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Continuing Education Course Offerings Senior Education Programs......................... 1 Arts & Crafts............................................... 2 Business & Industry.................................... 4 Career Skills & Training .............................. 6 Aviation & Manufacturing.................... 7 Communication......................................... 10 Computer Technology ................................11

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Computer Workshops........................ 14 Professional IT Certification............... 15

Registration Information.............................................37 Refund Policy..............................................................37 Location Key...............................................................38 How to Use This Schedule............................................38 Application Forms.......................................................39 Disclaimer / Schedule Statements...............................40 Campus Maps..............................................................41

Cooking.................................................... 16 Health, & Fitness....................................... 17 Defensive Driving Programs...................... 18 Finance & Consumer Education.................. 19 Foreign Language..................................... 20 Health & Safety ....................................... 21 Home & Garden........................................ 22 General Contractor.................................... 23 Insurance ................................................. 23 Small Business.......................................... 23 Music........................................................ 24 Notary ..................................................... 24

Basic Skills / Adult Education

Photography............................................. 25

Adult High School (AHS)..............................................32 Adult Basic Education (ABE).........................................32 High School Equivalent (HSE)......................................32 Compensatory Education (CED)...................................32 Basic Skills Plus...........................................................32 English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL).........34

GTCC Conference Center............................. 26 Project Management ................................ 27 Real Estate .............................................. 28 Sewing, Quilting, and Needlework............ 29 Special Interest......................................... 30 Training from ed2go................................. 31

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Visit www.gtcc.edu/LL to view courses, register and pay for classes. 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..................... 57001 Community Service (GSO).......................... 53037 Community Service (HP)............................. 55033 Compensatory Education (GSO)................ 53084 Compensatory Education (HP)................... 55010 Computer Classes....................................... 53062 Continuing Education (GSO)..........53043 / 53019 Continuing Education (HP).......................... 55033 Corporate Training..........................57007 / 57003

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.direct dial 334-4822/454-1126

Nursing Assistant 1.......................53062 / 50388 Quick Careers Training................................ 53108 Real Estate.................................................. 53062 Small Business Center ............................... 62001 Teacher Recertification................................ 57009 TTY........................................ direct dial 841-2158


“ Steppin’ N2 Life” is a senior education program which is targeted towards older adults and is designed to offer courses to help older adults to celebrate healthy aging, making healthy lifestyle choices and providing lifelong training opportunities for personal enrichment. Sign up for any of these series!

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Basic Computer Training for Older Adults In this course, students will learn the basics of computing. This is an introductory course to computing that focuses on enabling seniors to utilize their computers comfortably. Topics discussed are hardware, software, navigation, internet and email. Students will participate in instructor lead projects to solidify knowledge. Course Code: CSP-4000-SEN3 Date: September 8-September 29, Thursday, 4:30p-6:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: M. Thomas Cost: $40 Course Code: CSP-4000-SEN13 Date: October 13-November 3, Thursday, 4:30p-6:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: M. Thomas Cost: $40

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Social Media for the Older Adult In this course, students will discover and explore the possibilities of social media. Topics discussed are Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Pinterest. Course Code: CSP-4000-SEN23 Date: October 5-October 26, Wednesday, 4:30p-6:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: M. Thomas Cost: $40

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Chair Yoga This class is designed as an introduction to the practice of yoga for those that are more comfortable with the support and stability of a chair and/or are not able to move up and down from the floor with ease. Poses are modified so that everyone can enjoy the benefits of a more traditional practice. Emphasis will be on breathing, balance, and taking things at your own pace. Chair Yoga is suitable for all ages, fitness levels and physical conditions. Beginners are welcomed. Please wear comfortable clothing. Although no experience is necessary to learn and enjoy the benefits of yoga for your mind and body, you should always check with your doctor before beginning any new exercise regimen. Course Code: CSP-4000-SEN33 Date: September 9-October 14, Friday, 10a-11:15a Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 117 Instructor: J. Dossey Cost: $40

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Basic Photography for Older Adults This course is a basic introduction to photography with no pre-requisites. Students will learn about the basic mechanics of a camera and how each part is used to create quality photographs. They will learn the terms associated with photography and gain an understanding of how each of the terms relates to photography and to them as a photographer. Students will learn to see the world through the lens of the camera and will learn to create strong photographic images. Course Code: CSP-4000-SEN43 Date: September 21-October 26, Wednesday, 10a-11:30a Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 224 Instructor: R. Harris Cost: $40

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Fall 2016 Stained Glass Learn the basic techniques for fabricating stained glass or be able to hone skills in cutting, grinding, etc. Patterns may be of students' own design or selected from class patterns and can be fabricated in either copper foil or lead. Students should bring 2-3 pieces of stained glass to begin project on the first day of class. (Additional $10 fee due for provided miscellaneous supplies). Contact sansuglass@yahoo.com for questions. Course Code: CSP-4000- CY3 Date: September 12–October 3, Monday, 6p-9p Location: H1-High Point Campus Room #: 132 Instructor: S. Smith Cost: $40 Course Code: CSP-4000- CZ3 Date: October 17-November 7, Monday, 6-9p Location: H1-High Point Campus Room #: 132 Instructor: S. Smith Cost: $40

Painting Tip: For easy clean-up use tinfoil on your paint tray. The next time you need you paint something, cover your paint tray with a layer of tinfoil before you pour the paint in the tray. When you're done, just remove the foil and throw it away. Your paint tray won't have a drop of paint on it and will still be good as new. You'll never have to wash another paint tray.

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ARTS & CRAFTS Oil Painting Master Class This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of traditional oil painting techniques. Still life painting is featured, so drawing basics when working from life are covered, in addition to time honored methods and materials which are unique to oil painting. Includes instructor demonstrations and one-on-one time. Extra cost for materials. These are explained on the first day. Visit www.donstewart.com/gtcc for all of the details. Course Code: CSP-4000-PN3 Date: August 22-October 3, Monday, 9a-12p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 116 Instructor: D. Stewart Cost: $60 No class held on 9/5 Course Code: CSP-4000-PW3 Date: October 17-December 5, Monday, 9a-11:30a Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 116 Instructor: D. Stewart Cost: $60 No class held on 10/31 Course Code: CSP-4000-NM3 Date: August 24-October 5, Wednesday, 6:45p-9:15p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 116 Instructor: D. Stewart Cost: $60 Course Code: CSP-4000-NU3 Date: October 19-December 7, Wednesday, 6:45p-9:15p Location: CEC, Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 116 Instructor: D. Stewart Cost: $60 No class held on 11/23

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Basket Making with a Twist of Paper This course is designed to teach you the basics to advanced level of basketry techniques and terms included in 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 2-3 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-MC3 Date: August 30-October 18, Tuesday, 12:30p-3:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 117 Instructor: M. Adelman Cost: $65 No class held on 10/11 Course Code: CSP-4000-PT3 Date: October 25-December 6, Tuesday, 12:30p-3:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 117 Instructor: M. Adelman Cost: $65 Course Code: CSP-4000-PU3 Date: September 1-October 13, Thursday, 12:30p-3:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 117 Instructor: M. Adelman Cost: $65 Course Code: CSP-4000-PZ3 Date: October 20-December 8, Thursday, 12:30p-3:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 117 Instructor: M. Adelman Cost: $65 No class held on 11/24

Introduction to Basket Making This introductory class will teach all the basics of making your own baskets. You will learn how to set up the base of the basket and how to build the sides by weaving. The material that will be used to create the baskets is basket reed. Reed can be dyed many different colors so your baskets can be fun and colorful. Each student should be able to complete two baskets. Additional materials fee will be required. First project will be picked by the instructor. Any additional projects will be chosen by the student. Students need to bring a water basin, heavy sheers, a small screw driver, clothes pins, a cloth for drying reed, hands etc. that can get dirty, a tape measure and a pencil.

Drawing on Right Side of Brain In this course you will learn and practice the 5 basic skills of drawing in a fun, effective way which is inspired by Betty Edwards' best-selling book, Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain. Bring a 9" x 12" drawing pad and #2 pencils with eraser to the first class. Additional supplies will be needed at students' cost. Visit www.donstewart.com/gtcc for all of the details.

Course Code: CSP-4000-RD3 Date: September 14-October 19, Wednesday, 5:30p-7:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 117 Instructor: M. Adelman Cost: $45

Course Code: CSP-4000-QM3 Date: October 22-December 10, Saturday, 9a-11:30a Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 116 Instructor: D. Stewart Cost: $60 No class held on 11/26

Course Code: CSP-4000-NL3 Date: August 27-October 8, Saturdays, 9a-11:30a Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 116 Instructor: D. Stewart Cost: $60

Chrismons The word Chrismon is the combination of two words, Christ and monogram. Each Chrismon depicts a specific Christian element in the form of a hanging Christmas tree ornament. These decorations are made with pearls, gold beads and crystal beads strung on wire. There is an extra cost for materials. Course Code: CSP-4000-PE3 Date: September 13-November 22, Tuesday, 6:30p-9p Location: WMM-West Market United, Greensboro Room #: 413 Instructor: B. Betts Cost: $65 No class on 10/11 Course Code: CSP-4000-PD3 Date: September 9-November 11, Friday, 9a-11:30a Location: WMM, West Market United, Greensboro Room #: 413 Instructor: B. Betts Cost: $65 __________________________________________

ART IS NOT WHAT YOU SEE BUT WHAT YOU MAKE OTHERS SEE. -DEGAS

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AutoCAD Basics and Productivity 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. Course Code: DFT-3100-648 Date: August 30-September 22, Tuesday & Thursday, 6p-9p Location: C1-Cameron Campus, Oak Ridge Room #: 169 Cost: $78 Required Supplies: 4G flash drive to save work AutoCAD Basics 2.0 **NEW COURSE** There has been an AutoCAD skills training gap. Participants in AutoCAD Basics and Productivity persistently requested additional skills training in AutoCAD Basics, and the instructor identified skills gaps in readiness for Revit Productivity course. The result: AutoCAD Basics 2.0! This course provides additional basic AutoCAD skills and practice to close the gaps in basic AutoCAD skills and preparation for Autodesk Revit Productivity. 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 and Productivity continuing education course. Course Code: DFT-3100D-649 Date: October 4-October 27, Tuesday & Thursday, 6p-9p Location: C1-Cameron Campus, Oak Ridge Room #: 169 Cost: $78

Materials Needed: • clean, empty glass jars • glitter • clear glue • 1" flat artist's brush • spoon • pillar or flameless candles

Required Supplies: 4G flash drive to save work

Apply Glue to Jars Use a 1" flat artist's brush to apply clear glue to the inside of the jar. Brush the glue on heavier towards the bottom of the jar and lighter towards the top. Feather edges of the glue towards the top and leave about 1/4 of the top of jar free of glue.

Recommended prerequisites: Must have AutoCAD experience from industry OJT/use in versions AutoCAD versions 2015 or higher, academic coursework, or completion of AutoCAD Basics and Productivity and AutoCAD Basics 2.0 continuing education courses. Have a good understanding of building materials, terminology and use.

Apply Glitter to Glue Immediately sprinkle glitter onto wet glue using a spoon (Image 1). Roll jar around to allow glitter to coat all of the areas where glue was applied (Image 2). Pour excess glitter back into container to be reused. Insert Candle When ready to use lanterns, insert candles and light. Use outdoors, only in dry/clear weather. Never leave a candle unattended. Tip: To use jars for another purpose, simple soak in water to remove the glue and glitter.

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Autodesk Revit Productivity This course provides advanced CAD design training with Revit 3D software including CAD file management, productivity and CAD customization skills. Emphasis is placed on developing advanced proficiency techniques through better understanding of software and creation of walls, doors and libraries. Autodesk 2016 software is used in GTCC computer labs.

Course Code: DFT-3100A-650 Date: November 8-December 8, Tuesday & Thursday, 6p-9p Location: C1-Cameron Campus, Oak Ridge Room #: 169 Cost: $78 / class will not meet 11/22 or 11/24 due to Thanksgiving holiday Required Supplies: 4G flash drive to save work For more information about the Autodesk AutoCAD and Revit courses, please contact 336-334-4822, extension 57003 or corporatetraining@gtcc.edu.

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BUSINESS & INDUSTRY TRAINING OSHA General Industry Certifications OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Certification The 30-hour General Industry Training is targeted to workers and supervisors with some level of safety responsibility. In addition to the 7 hours of mandatory training topics, students will learn about Managing Safety and Health, Materials Handling, and cover at least five (5) elective topics from a given list for a total of 30 hours of general industry safety training. Participants will receive instruction from authorized OSHA Outreach trainers and a certification card upon successful completion of training and final exam. Certification requirement: 100% participation in 30 contact hours is required to earn the certification. Course Code: SAF-3027-651 Date: September 12-September 16, Monday-Friday, 8:30a-3:30p Location: C1-Cameron Campus, Oak Ridge Room #: 174 Instructor: OSHA Outreach Instructor Cost: $133 (includes certification card) Textbook required: OSHA General Industry Standards 29 CFR 1910 – may be purchased in Cameron Campus bookstore OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Certification The 10-Hour General Industry training program is targeted to entry level workers and covers general industry safety and health hazards which may be encountered. Required in 7 hours of the training are an Introduction to OSHA, Walking and Working Surfaces, Emergency Action Plans and Fire Prevention/Protection, Electrical Safety, Personal Protective Equipment, and Hazard Communication. At least two additional topics from an electives list will be covered for a total of ten (10) training hours. Course Code: OSH-3015-652 Date: August 30-August 31, Tuesday-Wednesday, 8:30a-2:30p Location: C1-Cameron Campus, Oak Ridge Building/Room: C1 174 Room #: 174 Instructor: OSHA Outreach Instructor Cost: $91 (includes certification card) Course Code: OSH-3015-653 Date: November 2-November 3, Wednesday-Thursday, 8:30a-2:30p Location: C1-Cameron Campus, Oak Ridge Building/Room: C1 174 Room #: 174 Instructor: OSHA Outreach Instructor Cost: $91 (includes certification card) Contact corporatetraining@gtcc.edu or 336-334-4822 extension 57003 for more information about the OSHA General Industry classes.

Forklift Operator This forklift operator training is taught by an OSHA compliant Instructor. Training is 11 hours. It is a comprehensive, hands-on program that covers every aspect of lift truck training. This 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. The TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED to be purchased PRIOR to the first day of class. The cost is approximate: $8.00. The textbook can be purchased at the campus bookstore PRIOR to class.

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Course Code: OSH-3012-212 Date: July 26-July 28, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 4:30p-8:30p Location: TEC-Tech Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: D. Hanna Cost: $78 Course Code: OSH-3012-313 Date: August 20-August 27, Saturday 8:30a – 2:30p Location: C1-Cameron Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: D. Hanna Cost: $78 Course Code: OSH-3012-314 Date: August 23-August 25, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 4:30p-8:30p Location: TEC-Tech Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: D. Hanna Cost: $78 Course Code: OSH-3012-315 Date: September 10-September 17, Saturday, 8:30a-2:30p Location: C1-Cameron Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: D. Hanna Cost: $78 Course Code: OSH-3012-316 Date: September 27-September 29, Tuesday, Wednesday,Thursday, 4:30p-8:30p Location: TEC-Tech Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: D. Hanna Cost: $78

Course Code: OSH-3012-319 Date: October 22-October 29, Saturday, 8:30a-2:30p Location: C1-Cameron Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: D. Hanna Cost: $78

Course Code: OSH-3012-317 Date: October 1-October 8, Saturday, 8:30a-2:30p Location: C1-Cameron Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: D. Hanna Cost: $78

Course Code: OSH-3012-320 Date: November 12-November 19, Saturday, 8:30a-2:30p Location: C1-Cameron Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: D. Hanna Cost: $78

Course Code: OSH-3012-318 Date: October 11-October 13, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 4:30p-8:30p Location: TEC-Tech Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: D. Hanna Cost: $78

Course Code: OSH-3012-321 Date: December 3-December 10, Saturday, 8:30a-2:30p Location: C1-Cameron Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: D. Hanna Cost: $78

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CAREER SKILLS & TRAINING NC Career Readiness Certificate

Human Resources Development Human Resources Development (HRD): Employment Skills Education Are you unemployed and trying to determine your next move? Perhaps you are considering a career change, or just haven't found the position that is right for you. The Human Resources Development (HRD) program at GTCC can provide the guidance and assistance for which you seek. The HRD program provides assessment services, employability skills training, and career development counseling to the unemployed, underemployed, individual in transition, and the emerging workforce. It not only provides instruction, but also provides the necessary support for unemployed and dislocated workers within the college service areas. Courses are offered at various agencies and GTCC campuses. A current course listing and schedule is available at www.gtcc.edu …Noncredit Classes … Human Resources Development (HRD).

Quick Careers Training

Are you unemployed or under-employed, looking for a better job, or lacking job-specific skills? Are you tired The NC Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) is a of being turned down for job opportunities because credential that promotes career development your skills are not up-to-date? Do you lack employment and skill attainment and confirms to employers that credentials? Improving your future is quicker than you an individual possesses basic workplace skills in the think. The Quick Careers Training program offers a following areas: Reading for Information, Applied Math wide variety of short-term training options at affordable and Locating Information. With the Career Readiness prices. Courses are offered during day and evening Certificate, individuals prove they have the skills needed hours, including hybrid courses*. Additionally, students to successfully enter and advance in the workplace. may be eligible to sit for and earn a third-party, A growing number of employers view the NC Career industry-recognized credential**. Awards of completion Readiness Certificate as evidence of essential skills and are earned at the successful completion of all of the may require a CRC during the hiring process. requirements for the course. Visit a CRC Employability Lab Today! A high school diploma or GED and good computer Greensboro Campus skills are required to participate. Students are required Continuing Education Center (CEC) Room 242 to attend a Human Resources Development (HRD)*** Monday, Wednesday, Friday-8:30a-12:30p class and earn a NC Career Readiness Certificate*** by Tuesday & Thursday, 5:30p-9:30p the end of training. High Point Campus H-4 Building Room 117 Thursday, 8:30a -12:30p Jamestown Campus Community Training Center (CTC) Room 122 Thursday, 5:30p -9p Interactive Resource Center (IRC) Friday: 9:45a - 12:45p 407 E. Washington Street, Greensboro, NC (336) 332-0824

*Hybrid Courses are taught using two instructional formats, combining traditional face-to-face classroom instruction with computer-based distance education. Students registered in a Hybrid Course MUST attend the first day of class. Students who are absent the first day of class, will not be allowed to enter class. **Thirdparty, Industry credential tests are conducted outside of GTCC with an additional cost.

*** The registration fee for the Human Resources Development (HRD) class is $78; students may be eligible for a fee waiver. The WorkKeys Exam for the Guilford County NC Works Career Centers *Individuals must first register as an NCWorks customer. NC Career Readiness Certificate is $30.00; students are responsible for the cost of the exam. Payment of the There is a minimal fee for each HRD course, however Greensboro NC Works (2301 Meadowview Road) fees will be discussed in class. The Human Resource Wednesday: 4p-7p individuals may be eligible for a fee waiver if they meet Monday: 1p-4p | Development and NC Career Readiness Certificate at least one of the following criteria: classes/labs, are components of the courses. NOTE: High Point NCWorks (607 Idol Street) • Unemployed; or 3 – 4 additional days may be scheduled on a different Thursday: 1p-5p • Received notification of a pending layoff; or day than the regular class meeting day (i.e. a class • Working and eligible for the Federal Earned For more information go to www.gtcc.edu or contact scheduled for Wednesdays may also meet on an Income Tax Credit (FEIT); or Gwendolyn Roy at (336) 334-4822 ext. 53087, crc@ occasional Thursday). • Working and earning wages at or below two hundred gtcc.edu. Information is also available at your local percent (200%) of the federal poverty guidelines. NCWorks Career Center. Schedules are subject to change. Current course listings and schedules are available at www.gtcc.edu … HRD Courses Noncredit classes ….Quick Careers Training. Estimated • Career Exploration book costs for each class are listed on our website. For • Communications for the Workplace additional information, contact us: 336-334-4822; ext. • Computer Skills for Today’s Job Seekers 53108 or quickcareers@gtcc.edu • Employability Skills • Employment Resolutions • Introduction to Computers for Job Seekers • Job Search Skills • Job Seeker Technology Awareness • Money Smart • Pathways to Employment • Skills for Employment • Winning Resumes Any additional questions regarding Human Resource Development can be directed to Jennifer Smith, jfsmith@gtcc.edu, 336-334-4822, ext. 55057.

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CAREER SKILLS & TRAINING Accounting Specialist (Hybrid) Are you a sharp individual who enjoys working with numbers? Are you good at keeping records? Accounting Specialists perform routine accounting activities such as maintenance of the general ledger, preparation of various accounting statements and financial reports, and accounts payable/receivable functions. Course material will be structured to the MOS Certification for MicrosoftÂŽ Excel 2010. Course Code: ACC-4107-HQ23 Date: August 24-December 7 Wednesday, 8:30a-1:30p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 117 Instructor: TBA Cost: $188 plus cost of books 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. Successful completion of this course fulfills one of the requirements for the Certificate for Apartment Maintenance Technicians (CAMT). Course Code: MNT-3066-Q4 Date: September 8-December 8, Tuesday, Thursday, 5:30p-9:30p Location: TEC-Tech Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: TBA Cost: $188 plus cost of books

Computer Integrated Machining 1 (Course 1) Course Code: MEC-3010 Date: TBA, Monday-Friday, Days/Times Vary Location: TEC-TechEd Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: TBA Cost: $188 plus cost of books & supplies Computer Integrated Machining 2 (Course 2) Course Code: MEC-3010 Date: TBA Monday-Friday, Days/Times Vary Location: TEC-Tech Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: TBA Cost: $188 plus cost of books & supplies

Call Center Agent This course has been developed to prepare individuals to work in an entry-level position as a Call Center Agent. In Guilford County, there are a number of call centers that recruit individuals who are equipped with the essential workplace readiness skills needed to thrive in this type of work environment.

Medical Interpreter - Spanish/English Spanish/English Bilingual? Enjoy helping people? If you've answered yes, a career as a Medical Interpreter may be right for you. Medical Interpreters work in healthcare settings and help patients communicate with doctors, nurses, and other staff. This course consists of a series of 3 courses* that prepare students for a career as a Medical Interpreter and prepare them to earn a Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters credential. *Awards of Completion are earned upon successful completion of all courses.

Course Code: MKT-3101-03 Date: August 16-December 8, Tuesday, Thursday, 9a-1p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 237 Instructor: L. White Cost: $188 plus cost of books

National Standards & Ethical Practices (Course 1) Course Code: FLI-3700N-Q8 Date: August 2-September 27, Tuesday, 9a-1p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 102 Instructor: G. Vettor Cost: $133 plus cost of books

HVAC/Refrigeration Technician This course introduces basic heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration processes used in mechanical refrigeration and air conditioning systems. And prepares students for HVAC/R related career opportunities. This course will prepare individuals for the Universal Certification exam.

Spanish/English Medical Terminology (Course 2) Course Code: NUR-3235T-Q8 Date: August 4-October 31, Monday, Thursday, 9a-1p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 102 Instructor: G. Vettor Cost: $188 plus cost of books

Course Code: AHR-3123-Q2 Date: September 20-December 15, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 5:30p-9:30p Location: TEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: J. Gales Cost: $188 plus cost of books

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Computer Integrated Machining (CNC Machine Operator) Students will be taught to interpret blueprints, set up manual and CNC machines, perform basic and advanced machining operations, and make decisions to ensure that work quality is maintained. *Awards of Completion are earned at the successful completion of all of the courses in the program. Course material will be structured to the National Institute of Metalworking Skills for 2 NIMs credentials. This program is in partnership with the Guilford County Workforce Development Board. Interested persons should submit an interest application to www.triadjoblink.com/ machinist

Medical Interpreter Case Studies (Course 3) Course Code: FLI-3717C-Q8 Date: November 7-December 12, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 9a-1p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 102 Instructor: G. Vettor Cost: $188 plus cost of books

Pharmacy Technician Pharmacy Technicians are supervised by licensed Pharmacists and perform duties that do not require the pharmacist's expertise, like labeling prescription bottles and helping patients to complete medical insurance forms. Upon successful completion, a student should be equipped to pass a national certified exam and be registered by the State Board of Pharmacy as a Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT). (Strong math skills recommended) Course Code: PHM-3250-Q24 Date: August 29-December 7, Monday, Wednesday, 9a-1p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 238 Instructor: TBA Cost: $188 plus cost of books Pharmacy Technician (Hybrid) Pharmacy Technicians are supervised by licensed Pharmacists and perform duties that do not require the pharmacist's expertise, like labeling prescription bottles and helping patients to complete medical insurance forms. Upon successful completion, a student should be equipped to pass a national certified exam and be registered by the State Board of Pharmacy as a Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT). Strong math skills recommended. Prerequisite: Take an Assessment and demonstrate Level 5 skills. For additional information, visit www.gtcc.edu or contact us: 336-334-4822; ext. 53108 or quickcareers@gtcc.edu Course Code: PHM-3250-HQ17 Date: September 13-November 15, Tuesday, 6p-9p Location: CTC-Community Training Ctr -J'twn Campus Room #: 122 Instructor: TBA Cost: $188 plus cost of books

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Production & Machine Operator Certified production technicians use different technologies to set-up, test, and adjust advanced manufacturing machinery or equipment. The program will prepare you to be a productive team member in a manufacturing environment. Instruction includes Safety, Manufacturing Processes and Production, Quality Practices & Measurement, and Maintenance. It also will prepare you to take the Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC) certification exams. *Awards of Completion are earned at the successful completion of all of the courses in the program. Prerequisite: visit www.gtcc.edu or contact us: 336334-4822; ext. 53108 or quickcareers@gtcc.edu Safety & Quality Practices, Measurement (course 1 of 2) Course Code: MNT-3111-Q1 Date: July 13-September 19, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 6p-9:30p Location: Cameron Campus Center Room #: 231-B Instructor: B. Morrison Cost: $188 plus cost of books & supplies Manufacturing Processes & Production, Maintenance Awareness (Course 2 of 2) Course Code: MNT-3111-Q2 Date: September 26-December 7, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 6p-9:30p Location: Cameron Campus Center Room #: 231-B Instructor: B. Morrison Cost: $188 plus cost of books & supplies


Welder ("MIG") This course introduces gas metal arc welding (GMAW). Topics include equipment setup and fillet and groove welds with emphasis on application of GMAW electrodes on carbon steel plate. Upon completion, students should be able to perform fillet welds on carbon steel with prescribed electrodes in the flat, horizontal, and overhead positions. The Quick Careers Welder program consists of a series of 3 courses* designed to not only prepare students for a career as a Welder but also to prepare them to earn American Welding Society certification. *Awards of Completion are earned at the successful completion of all of the courses in the program. Introduction to Welding (Course 1) Course Code: MNT-3111- Q19 Date: October 31-November 30, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 5:30p-9:30p Location: CTC-Community Training Ctr -J'twn Campus Room #: 115 Instructor: C. Blake Cost: $188 plus cost of books & supplies Welding – MIG (Course 2) Course Code: WLD-3106-Q19 Date: December 5-February 16, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 5:30p-9:30p Location: WLD, Jamestown Campus Room #: Shop Instructor: C. Blake Cost: $188 plus cost of books & supplies HRD Skills for Employment (Course 3) Course Code: HRD-3011 Date: TBA, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 5:30p-9:30p Location: CTC-Community Training Center, Jamestown Campus Room #: 115 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78 (students may be eligible for a fee waiver)

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12 Surprising Job Interview Tips Paraphrased from article written by Jon Youshaei / Forbes Magazine For complete article, click here: http://tinyurl.com/jsq2n5s

1. Research Earnings Calls, Quarterly Reports, and Blog Posts. In other words, look past the company homepage. Dig inside to find out more about the company, what makes them unique and what you can do to help them stand apart from the competition.

2. Use Google Alerts. Google Alerts allows you to keep up with company news in real time without having to search about current events, which can be time consuming. Updates on the company will be sent to you via email anytime a news story appears for the specific term that you set the alert to.

3. Use Social Sweepster to Clean Your Facebook and Twitter Accounts Anytime you are interviewing, know that 91% of employers are searching for red flags through social media. Using Social Sweepster will help detect items that may make a bad impression of you.

4. Schedule for Tuesday at 10:30 am Research has shown that the best time to interview is at 10:30 am on Tuesday and is the best time to catch your potential supervisor in their best mood. Also, it is best to take the earliest time slot available, as many times hiring decisions are made early on in the process.

5. Craft Your "Story Statement" Show potential employers that you are a human being, not just a professional!

6. Wear a Subtle Fashion Statement Wearing something that represents your culture or background can often become an opportunity to discuss something more personal about you, giving you that opportunity to connect one on one with potential employers. Be sure to be subtle and tasteful and that you keep in mind the image of company that you are interviewing with.

7. Prepare for the "What's Your Weakness?" Question Tell what your struggles are, but then tell your employer how you work to improve upon those weaknesses. Your potential employers will like that you were honest and appreciate that you know how to turn your weaknesses into strengths.

8. Brainstorm 3 "PAR" Anecdotes Board of Elections Training The Guilford County Board of Elections will provide advanced training to citizens serving or interested in becoming election officials or poll workers. For additional information, contact Megan Varnadore at mlvarnadore@ gtcc.edu, or (336) 334-4822 ext. 53024. Course Code: LEX-4000-303 Date: July 25-August 29, Monday, 6p-9p Location: CTC-Community Training Center, Jamestown Campus Room #: 115 Instructor: D. Lassiter Cost: $78 Course Code: LEX-4000-304 Date: July 27-August 31, Wednesday, 9a-12p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: D. Lassiter Cost: $78

Prepare to tell stories that 1) Identify the Problem, 2) Explain the Action you took to solve it, and 3) tell the Results that occurred.

9. During the Interview, Think Aloud on Analytical Questions Be sure to talk through your thinking, show the interviewer how you got to your answer.

10. Ask Questions that Kill Two Birds with One Stone This is a great opportunity to ask questions while also revealing something new about yourself.

11. Grow a Backbone & Ask This Final Question It takes courage and boldness, but before your interview ends, ask "Have I said anything in this interview or given you any other reason to doubt that I am a good fit for this role?

12. Email a Personalized Thank You Note

Be sure to thank your interviewer. This not only makes a good impression, but it keeps you on the employers mind and also opens the door to dialogue even if you don't get the job.

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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-QH3 Date: September 6-September 27, Tuesday, 6:30p-8p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 216 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 the entire speech can be fun and enlightening. Let your voice be heard and felt. Supplies need: pencil, 3x5 note cards and a bottle of water. Course Code: CSP-4000-NV3 Date: October 4-October 25, Tuesday, 6:30p-8p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 216 Instructor: J. Jeffries Cost: $45 Improv Yourself with Improv THINK FAST...on your feet! Always wanted to be the one with the witty "come back" or the right thing to say? Tired of awkward situations? Just want to have fun? THIS is the class for you! Improv is re-visited with real-life situations that teach you how to "think fast on your feet" and have fun while learning. Students need sneakers or comfortable footwear to move in safety, comfortable clothes, folder, water bottle, and desire to have fun! Course Code: CSP-4000-QD3 Date: November 8-November 29, Tuesday, 6:30p-7:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 117 Instructor: J. Jeffries Cost: $35

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Aspiring Writer’s Workshop Are you nurturing a tale – or tales – in your head and heart? Are you overwhelmed, haunted, or besieged by ideas and portrayals which won't go away? Are figments of your imagination intruding on your life at unexpected intervals? Can you visualize the setting or see a story unfolding? Have you begun to write, only to find yourself unsure of what to do next? Do you start – stop – and start again, as if caught in a vicious cycle, rewriting, editing, and unable to reach a satisfying conclusion? The Aspiring Writer's Workshop was designed with you in mind. This course is organized to provide techniques, tips, and resources to guide the learner through a process which includes writing a synopsis, development of a draft document, and ends with a discussion on options for publishing. Learners will be introduced to methodology for translating concepts into sagas with a beginning, middle, conclusion, multidimensional characters, and plausible plots. Course Code: CSP-4000-PV3 Date: September 22-October 27, Thursday, 6p-9p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 206 Instructor: T Bennett-Wilkes Cost: $65 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 their own set of cultural traditions and values. Students will become familiar with Deaf culture, history, folklore, community, and sub-communities such as the DeafBlind 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 in the Deaf Community. 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. Book is optional, Signing Illustrated the Complete Learning by Mickey Foldi and can be purchased at the GTCC Bookstore. Course Code: CSP-4000-CH3 Date: August 22-October 24, Monday, 6p-8p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 326 Instructor: Coleman Cost: $65 No classes held on 9/5 & 10/10 American Sign Language (ASL) Intermediate Course Code: CSP-4000-CG3 Date: October 31-December 5, Mondays, 6p-8p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 326 Instructor: Coleman Cost: $55

8 WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR COMMUNICATION RIGHT NOW List taken from article written by Kevin Daum / Inc. 500 entrepreneur Summaries paraphrased Please visit http://tinyurl.com/z7zokok for complete article.

1. Have One Conversation at a Time There's nothing more frustrating than trying to talk to someone that is distracted. Be sure to give the person you are talking to your undivided attention.

2. Look People in the Eye Making eye contact will give you a better understanding of the person and the conversation through emotional cues and body language.

3. Ask Two Questions Be sure to ask at least two thought provoking questions in every conversation, it will help you be more fully engage.

4. Write Things Down Nobody can remember everything! Be sure to take notes and write down the most important details for future reference.

5. Read and Respond to the Entire Email You may have a bad habit of speed reading through emails, but that can make your communication efforts less efficient and frustrate your co-workers. Read your emails and respond to every question or concern. It will save you time and you won't keep getting bombarded with follow-up emails.

6. Create a Response Schedule Set a timeframe of when others can expect a response from emails, text messages, or voicemails.

7. Assume Best Intentions With digital communication, it is easy for emotions to get lost in the transition. Give others the benefit of the doubt and don't read into something that was probably never intended.

8. Close the Loop Follow up on responses with a quick "Thank You" or "Got It" to let others know the message was received.


COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY Beginner Courses

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Beginning Computers with Windows 10 You will become familiar with the computer keyboard, the parts of the computer, terminology and a basic introduction to some of the important software programs needed in the business world (Word and Excel). File and folder management are also discussed. Having taken this course, you will be prepared to take other computer classes with confidence! Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught PRIOR to class. Course Code: CIS-3100-303 Date: October 19-December 14, Wednesday, 1p-4p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 222 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

Windows Courses

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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 bookstore where the course is taught PRIOR to class. Course Code: CIS-3100-312 Date: September 6-September 29, Tuesday, Thursday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 124 Instructor: Vergie Brinson Cost: $78 Course Code: CIS-3100-313 Date: September 12-November 7, Monday, 1p-4p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

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-3100-311 Date: October 3-October 31, Monday, Wednesday, 9a-12p Location: C1 - Cameron Center Campus Room #: 213 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-3100-310 Date: November 2-November 30, Monday, Wednesday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 115 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-3100-309 Date: September 7-October 26, Wednesday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: Barry Slate Cost: $78

Photography with Photoshop Learn to take your landscape and outdoor photos and enhance their natural beauty with Photoshop. In this class, you will learn basic editing techniques as well as more advanced skills such as working with filters and blend modes to create a beautiful image with visual impact. This class is accessible to all skill levels. No textbook required. Course Code: SGR-3100-318 Date: November 7-December 5, Monday, Wednesday, 9a-12p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: Barry Slate Cost: $78 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-3100-316 Date: October 4-October 27, Tuesday, Thursday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: Sabrina Tatum 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-3100-317 Date: November 15-December 13, Tuesday, Thursday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: Sabrina Tatum Cost: $78

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Excel 2013 Intermediate Learn advanced formulas, sorting and filtering data as well as applying conditional formatting. Learn to create name ranges, create templates and use 3D references to link workbooks and worksheets. Prerequisite: Beginning Excel 2013 or comparable experience. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught PRIOR to class.

Microsoft Office Courses Access 2013 Learn the fundamentals of Access 2013. This class teaches you to create tables, enter, edit and format records, create forms for inputting records as well as learning to use filters. Learn to create simple queries, multiple criteria. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught PRIOR to class. Course Code: OST-3100-301 Date: August 30-September 22, Tuesday, Thursday, 9a-12p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 222 Instructor: Steven Wilson Cost: $78 Access 2013 Intermediate Learn to manage field properties in tables, work with advanced form and report techniques, work with action queries and design complex reports. A discussion of Macros in included. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught PRIOR to class. Course Code: OST-3100-302 Date: October 18-November 15, Tuesday, Thursday, 9a-12p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 222 Instructor: Steven Wilson Cost: $78 Excel 2013 Learn spread sheets 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 bookstore where the course is taught PRIOR to class. Course Code: OST-3100-305 Date: August 29-October 24, Monday, 6p-9p Location: C1 - Cameron Center Campus Room #: 213 Instructor: Sabrina Tatum Cost: $78

Course Code: OST-3100-307 Date: November 7-December 5, Monday, Wednesday, 6p-9p Location: C1 - Cameron Center Campus Room #: 213 Instructor: Vergie Brinson Cost: $78 Course Code: OST-3100-308 Date: November 15-December 13, Tuesday, Thursday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 115 Instructor: Matt Hall Cost: $78 PowerPoint 2013 Learn to create, edit, save, run and print presentations. Topics include creating and working with presentations, inserting graphics, applying design themes for a consistent look, using SmartArt to visually enhance text, apply animation and slide transition effects, customize background and bullets and insert tables. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught PRIOR to class. Course Code: OST-3100-319 Date: September 12-October 5, Monday, Wednesday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 222 Instructor: Tiffanie Tatum Cost: $78 Publisher 2013 Publisher 2013, a powerful desktop publishing program covers, creating and editing text boxes, inserting and manipulating graphics, drawing objects, and creating e-mail publications. Learn to create Business Information Sets, use the Format Painter, create newsletters, use autoflow, create and format tables. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught PRIOR to class. Course Code: OST-3100-320 Date: November 7-December 5, Monday, Wednesday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: Carolyn Hill Cost: $78

Course Code: OST-3100-306 Date: October 4-October 27, Tuesday, Thursday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 115 Instructor: Matt Hall Cost: $78

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Word 2013 Now’s the perfect time to get up to speed in Word 2013! Learn to format documents quickly and efficiently using styles, Live Preview, keeping frequently used text blocks readily available with Quick Parts, setting preferences and collaborating with users of earlier versions of Word. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught PRIOR to class. Course Code: OST-3100-321 Date: September 12-October 5, Monday, Wednesday, 9a-12p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 124 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78 Course Code: OST-3100-322 Date: October 10-November 7, Monday, Wednesday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 222 Instructor: Tiffanie Tatum Cost: $78 Word 2013 Intermediate Learn special document formats, columns, mail merge, collect text and graphics and paste into documents. Learn techniques to insert SmartArt graphics insert hyperlinks and save documents as web pages. Creating and saving templates, working with styles and creating form letters are discussed. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught PRIOR to class. Course Code: OST-3100-323 Date: October 17-November 9, Monday, Wednesday, 9a-12p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 124 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78 Course Code: OST-3100-324 Date: November 14-December 12, Monday, Wednesday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 222 Instructor: Tiffanie Tatum Cost: $78 Introduction to MS Office 2013 Microsoft has made several improvements to the Office suite. The Ribbon replaces the menus and toolbars in the core applications, Office 2013 also features a number of exciting advances. This class will give you the basic skills need to use Microsoft Office 2013. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught PRIOR to class. Course Code: OST-3100-314 Date: September 6-November 1, Tuesday, 9a-12p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 115 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78 Course Code: OST-3100-315 Date: October 4-October 27, Tuesday, Thursday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 222 Instructor: Vergie Brinson Cost: $78


COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY PC Troubleshooting and Repair Courses 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-3100-325 Date: September 6-September 29, Tuesday, Thursday, 6p-9p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 117 Instructor: Skip Foster Cost: $78

PC Troubleshooting & Repair II Building on the skills learned PC Troubleshooting and Repair I, this course is designed to teach you common error messages, their meaning and 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-3100-326 Date: October 11-November 3, Tuesday, Thursday, 6p-9p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 117 Instructor: Skip Foster Cost: $78 Laptop Troubleshooting & Repair You will learn to install and maintain laptop hardware and software systems. You will learn to diagnose and repair laptop components and functions and learn to solve failures when they occur. No textbook is required. (Previous PC Troubleshooting and Repair classes are not a prerequisite for this class.)

Web Development Courses Beginning WordPress WordPress powers millions of blogs and websites. Learn to create your own with this powerful publishing platform. You learn to get the most out of the selfhosted version of WordPress and create feature-rich blogs and websites. This class explains how to create and publish posts and pages; customize your site with themes, widgets, and custom 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-3100-304 Date: September 6-September 29, Tuesday, Thursday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: Barry Slate Cost: $78

Course Code: CET-3100-327 Date: November 15-December 13, Tuesday, Thursday, 6p-9p Location: C1 - Cameron Center Campus Room #: 233 Instructor: Skip Foster Cost: $78

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COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOPS Excel 2013 Workshop Following an overview of the program environment and a glimpse of the power of Excel, you 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. You will also learn to format and print spreadsheets. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught PRIOR to class. Course Code: CPX-7064-302 Date: September 9, Friday, 9a-4p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: Elaine Porter Cost: $54 Excel 2013 Intermediate Workshop Building on the skills learned in the Excel 2013 Basics workshop, this workshop teaches advanced formulas, sorting, filtering, applying conditional formatting as well as charting and graphing. Learn to create PivotTables and PivotCharts. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught PRIOR to class. Course Code: CPX-7065-303 Date: September 23, Friday, 9a-4p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: Elaine Porter Cost: $54

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-7062-304 Date: October 7, Friday, 9a-4p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: Elaine Porter Cost: $54 Word 2013 Intermediate Workshop Extend the basic skills and knowledge of Microsoft Word 2013 to create more intricate and varied documents. Existing skills and knowledge are enhanced by covering advanced aspects of key topics; formatting, tables, lists, and new features such as merging and envelopes. Quick Parts, AutoCorrect, clip art and graphics are also introduced. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught PRIOR to class.

Photoshop CC Workshop Learn the basic operations of 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. Handouts will be provided. Course Code: CPX-7084-301 Date: September 16, Friday, 9a-4p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: Barry Slate Cost: $54

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Course Code: CPX-7063-305 Date: October 21, Friday, 9a-4p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: Elaine Porter Cost: $54

Top 10 Computer Jobs of the Future #1 Mobile Application Developer

#5 Network Administrator

#9 Health Information Technician

#2 Database Administrator

#6 IT Security Specialist

#10 Technology Manager

#3 Software Engineer

#7 Computer System Analyst

10-Year Growth Rate: 292,000 new jobs Average Salary $95,000 10-Year Growth Rate: 33,900 new jobs Average Salary $82,000 10-Year Growth Rate: 270,900 new jobs Average Salary $90,000

#4 Video Game Designer

10-Year Growth Rate: 270,900 new jobs Average Salary $80,000

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10-Year Growth Rate: 96,600 new jobs Average Salary $69,000 10-Year Growth Rate: 65,700 new jobs Average Salary $87,000 10-Year Growth Rate: 12,400 new jobs Average Salary $79,000

#8 Web Developer

10-Year Growth Rate: 37,700 new jobs Average Salary $46,000 10-Year Growth Rate: 55,800 new jobs Average Salary $111,000

Source: Daniel Greenspan / IT Career Finder http://www.itcareerfinder.com/brain-food/blog/ entry/best-computer-jobs-for-the-future.html

10-Year Growth Rate: 65,700 new jobs Average Salary $91,000

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PROFESSIONAL IT CERTIFICATIONS Cisco CCNET-ICND1 This 2 module course will prepare students for 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 mediumsize enterprise branch networks with more complex connections. Pre-Requisite: This is the 1st module course and there are no pre-requisites. Course Code: NET-3100-C03 Date: August 30-October 27, Tuesday, Thursday,, 6p-9p Saturday, 9a-4p (9/10, 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/8, 10/15, 10/22) Location: C1-Cameron Campus, Colfax Room #: 213 Instructor: Steven Pearsall Cost: $188 Maximum Class Size: 20 Students Registration is first come, first served. This is the 1st module course. The 2nd module will be available in Spring 2017. Stay tuned!

Required Textbook for 1st 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#s are for the textbook and the simulator component. To be purchased from the Cameron Campus Center Bookstore only. The Cameron Campus bookstore hours are: Tuesday & Wednesday ONLY from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm (closed from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm). You may also buy books online at: www. gtcc.bkstr.com Additional Information: At the end of the course students will be eligible to sit for the ICND1 exam. The cost for the exam is $125.00. The three local testing centers are: • NC Elite Career Center of Greensboro 9C Dundas Circle Greensboro, North Carolina 27407 • New Horizons Computer Learning Center 7017-A Albert Pick Road Greensboro, North Carolina 27409 • ECPI University 7802 Airport Center Drive Greensboro, North Carolina 27409

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COOKING Cake Decorating Beginning In this class you will learn how to ice your cake evenly, make a decorative border around the cake, 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 instructor will contact you prior to class beginning and there will be an extra cost for supplies. Course Code: CSP-4000-CP3 Date: August 30-September 27, Tuesday, 6p-8p Location: H1, High Point Campus Room #: 132 Instructor: B. Taylor Cost: $45 Course Code: CSP-4000-NX3 Date: September 19-October 24, Tuesday, 6p-8:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 117 Instructor: S. Sanders Cost: $50 No class held on 10/10 Cake Decorating-Intermediate In this class, students will learn more intermediate techniques for working with both buttercream and fondant. This class will also 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; beginning cake decorating or mid-level cake decorating skills. A list of supplies will be given on the first day of class or instructor will contact you regarding supplies prior to class beginning and there will be an extra cost for supplies. Course Code: CSP-4000-CQ3 Date: October 18-November 15, Monday, 6p-8p Location: H1, High Point Campus Room #: 132 Instructor: B. Taylor Cost: $45 Course Code: CSP-4000-PB3 Date: November 7-December 5, Monday, 6p-8:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 117 Instructor: S. Sanders Cost: $50

Very Vanilla Frosting • • • •

3 cups granulated sugar 3 oz. (2/3 cup) unbleached all-purpose flour 3 cups whole milk 2/3 cup heavy cream

• 1-1/2 Tbs. vanilla paste or pure vanilla extract • 24 oz. (3 cups) cold unsalted butter, cut into 1/2inch pieces

In a small bowl, whisk the sugar and flour, breaking up any lumps of flour. In a 4-quart heavy-duty saucepan, bring the milk and cream to a boil over medium-high heat. Reduce to medium low and whisk in the flour and sugar a little at a time until incorporated. Increase the heat to medium high, bring the mixture to a boil, and cook, whisking frequently, until thickened to a pudding-like consistency, 10 to 11 minutes. Strain through a medium-mesh sieve into the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment. Beat on high speed until cool, 7 to 8 minutes. Reduce to low and add the vanilla. Add the butter a few pieces at a time, increasing the speed to medium after most of the butter is added. Stop the mixer after all of the butter is incorporated; the frosting will look chunky. Let it sit at room temperature for at least 2 hours and up to overnight. With the whisk attachment, whip the frosting on medium-high speed to emulsify and incorporate air; this will take up to 20 minutes. The frosting should become more pale and voluminous. If too soft, place the bowl in the refrigerator to chill slightly, then beat again. If too firm, set the bowl over a pot of simmering water and beat until spreadable. If at any point during frosting it looks broken, simply rewhip it. You can’t overbeat it. Recipe from NYC's Baked / Fine Cooking Magazine. For article and recipe click here: http://tinyurl.com/z3a6uvy

Very Vanilla Cake

• 4 oz. (8 Tbs.) unsalted butter, softened; more for • 1/2 cup well-shaken buttermilk the pans • 1/2 cup vegetable shortening • 10 oz. (2-1/2 cups) cake flour; more for the pans • 1-3/4 cups granulated sugar • 3-3/8 oz. (3/4 cup) unbleached all-purpose flour • 2 Tbs. pure vanilla extract • 1 Tbs. baking powder • 1 large egg • 1 tsp. baking soda • 3 large egg whites, at room temperature • 3/4 tsp. kosher salt • 1/4 tsp. cream of tartar • 1 cup ice-cold water • 1 batch of Very Vanilla Frosting • 1/2 cup whole milk Position a rack in the center of the oven and heat the oven to 325°F. Butter three 8- or 9-inch round cake pans, line the bottoms with parchment paper, and butter the parchment. Dust with flour and knock out the excess flour.

DANCE, FITNESS, & HEALTH

Sift the flours, baking powder, baking soda, and salt into a medium bowl. Set Fitness aside. In a small bowl, whisk together the water, milk, and buttermilk. In a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, beat the butter and shortening on medium speed until creamy, 3 to 4 minutes. Add the sugar and vanilla, and beat on medium speed until fluffy, about 3 minutes. Scrape down the bowl, add the egg, and beat until just combined. On low speed, add the flour mixture in three additions, alternating with the water mixture in two additions, beginning and ending with the flour. Increase the speed to medium for a few seconds to incorporate. Scrape down the bowl, then mix on low speed for a few more seconds. In a medium bowl with a hand mixer, beat the egg whites and cream of tartar on medium speed until soft peaks form; do not overbeat. With a silicone spatula, gently fold the egg whites into the batter. Divide the batter among the prepared pans, and smooth with a small offset spatula. Bake, rotating the pans halfway through the baking time, until a toothpick inserted in the center of each cake comes out clean, 35 to 45 minutes. Transfer the cakes to a wire rack and let cool for 20 minutes. Invert the cakes onto the rack, remove from the pans, and let cool completely. Remove the parchment. Frost with Very Vanilla Frosting or with another favorite frosting.

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Recipe from NYC's Baked / Fine Cooking Magazine. For article and recipe click here: http://tinyurl.com/gqqep9f


Personal Fitness Certification Course Come join this fun field and be a part of what ABC NEWS.com states as the 4th hottest job in the US at a national average of $34 an hour. Whether a career move or for your own personal knowledge, get all the information you need to become a CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER. This challenging course is taught over a 5-week period for better retention and skill competency. The National Exam is held on the 6th week. This course is formatted as a 60-hour program and is comprised of 15 hours of lecture, 15 hours of practical training and a 30-hour internship that networks many graduates right into a job. It covers topics including biomechanics, exercise physiology, fitness testing, equipment usage and health assessment. CPR/AED is needed to receive the certificate. W.I.T.S. is the only major certifying body in the country providing comprehensive practical training and internship components. Textbook is required and not included in course fees. Practical sessions are held at the Maximum Performance, 108 B S Walnut Circle, Greensboro. One hour is allowed for a lunch break. Visit website: witseducation.com or call 888-330-9487 for additional information. No Refunds or drop/adds given once class has begun. Course Code: CSP-4000-MX3 Date: October 1-November 5 Saturday, 9a-4p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 216 Instructor: WITS Cost: $700

FITNESS & HEALTH NEW!!!

ZUMBA ®Fitness This course provides a Latin-inspired dance-fitness program that incorporates Latin and international music and dance movements, creating a dynamic, exciting, exhilarating, and effective fitness system. The ZUMBA Fitness Party™ combines fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body using an aerobic/fitness approach to achieve a unique blended balance of cardio and muscle-toning benefits. The goal of the ZUMBA Fitness-Party™ is to keep moving and to have fun. Many participants see benefits from the cardio-based dance movements and easy-to-follow steps resulting in body sculpting, targeting gluteus, legs, arms, core, abdominals, and most importantly- the heart. Course Code: CSP-4000-BN3 Date: September 12-October 24 Monday, 6p-7p Location: CC-Medlin Campus Center, Jamestown Campus Room #: 100 Instructor: K. Kraft Cost: $35 / No class held on 10/10

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Yoga I This class is designed as an introduction to the practice of yoga. Class will move at a slow pace while focusing on developing clear and safe alignment in foundational poses, breath awareness, balance & relaxation. Although no experience is necessary to learn and enjoy the benefits of yoga for your mind and body you should always check with your doctor before beginning any new exercise regimen. You should be comfortable sitting on and getting up from the floor. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring your personal yoga mat. Suggested items to bring: yoga blanket or large towel, yoga strap or long scarf/belt and yoga blocks. Course Code: CSP-4000-RB3 Date: August 30-October 4, Tuesday, 6:30p-7:45p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room#: 117 Instructor: J. Dossey Cost: $45

Tai Chi This course is designed to teach students the basic tenants of Tai Chi with relation to Goju Ryu Karate. Students will learn basic stances, hang/leg techniques, and forms combination stances, hand and leg techniques. 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 7 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 for such programs.

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Yoga II This class is designed for students who have attended level 1 yoga classes and are ready for a more advanced class. The basic postures are presented in a more challenging way while maintaining focus on alignment and the breath. Although no experience is necessary to learn and enjoy the benefits of yoga for your mind and body you should always check with your doctor before beginning any new exercise regimen. You should be comfortable sitting on and getting up from the floor. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring your personal yoga mat. Suggested items to bring, yoga blanket or large towel, yoga strap or long scarf/belt and yoga blocks. Course Code: CSP-4000-RC3 Date: October 18-November 22, Tuesday, 6:30p-7:45p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room#: 117 Instructor: J. Dossey Cost: $45

Course Code: CSP-4000-CZ3 Date: September 13-October 25, Tuesday, 5p-6p Location: CC-Medlin Campus Center, Jamestown Campus Room #: 100 Instructor: D. Hyde Cost: $45 Course Code: CSP-4000-RG3 Date: September 17-October 22, Saturday, 10a-11a Location: Campus Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 100 Instructor: W. Washington Cost: $45

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DEFENSIVE DRIVING PROGRAMS 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. DDC-4 Hour If you want a refresher course in the latest rules of the road, this class may be for you. 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 to see how reckless driving is a result of their own actions. Please visit http://conedhome.gtcc.edu/personal-enrichment for more information about these classes. Note: All Classes are classroom instruction only. All our instructors are certified through the National Safety and Health Council of North Carolina. Safety First This 1.5 hour, fast paced classroom program is ideal for the candidates that 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. Registration Fee: $25.00 Please visit http://conedhome.gtcc.edu/personal-enrichment for more information about these classes.

NCDOT Oversized & Overload Escort Vehicle Training The North Carolina Department of Transportation requires that all Oversize-Overweight Load Escort Vehicle Drivers must 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 8-hour DOT Escort Vehicle Course. Registration Information All materials are included in the class registration fee and all classes are classroom instruction only. The Registration fee for the DOT 4-Hour Recertification is $65.00. The Registration fee for the DOT 8-Hour Class is $110.00. PREREGISTRATION is REQUIRED prior to attending class. You may register on our website: http://conedhome.gtcc.edu/product/ escort-operator-certification-program-dot/ NCDOT 8 Hour Beginner Course Course Code: CSP-4000-B330 Date: August 13, Saturday, 8a-5p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 205 Instructor: Giacobbe Cost: $110 Course Code: CSP-4000-B331 Date: September 10, Saturday, 8a-5p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 205 Instructor: Giacobbe Cost: $110 Course Code: CSP-4000-B332 Date: October 8, Saturday, 8a-5p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 205 Instructor: Giacobbe Cost: $110 Course Code: CSP-4000-B333 Date: November 19, Saturday, 8a-5p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 205 Instructor: Giacobbe Cost: $110 NCDOT 4 Hour Recertification Course Course Code: CSP-4000-R334 Date: September 20, Tuesday, 6p-10p Location: C1-Cameron Campus, Oak Ridge Room #: 231A Instructor: Giacobbe Cost: $65 Course Code: CSP-4000-R335 Date: November 5, Saturday, 8a-12p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 205 Instructor: Giacobbe Cost: $65

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Motorcycle- Basic Rider Course (BRC) This updated Basic Rider Course curriculum is a hybrid style course that includes a 3-4 hour online course that is prerequisite for the range exercises. Participants will be able to learn safe motorcycle riding skills under the direction of the NC 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, 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 need for the training course: a) a helmet designed to meet DOT standards and proper eye protection (Face shields are acceptable) b) over the ankle footwear c) long sleeved shirt or jacket d) long non-flare denim pants or materials of equivalent/better durability e) full-fingered gloves with grip material Motorcycles are provided for the Basic Riders Course (BRC) and PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED prior to attending class. The NC 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 our office at 336-334-4822 ext. 55021 or visit our website: http:// tinyurl.com/zxjl2lz Course Code: MTC-8001-3AA Date: August 26, 27, 28 Location: AT, Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus (Fri) PS-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus (Saturday and Sunday) Room #: 264 (Fri) & 224 (Sat & Sun) Cost: $195


Course Code: MTC-8001-3AB Date: September 9, 10, 11 Location: AT, Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus (Fri) PS-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus (Saturday and Sunday) Room #: 264 (Fri) & 224 (Sat & Sun) Cost: $195 Course Code: MTC-8001-3AC Date: September 23, 24, 25 Location: AT, Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus (Fri) PS-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus (Saturday and Sunday) Room #: 264 (Fri) & 224 (Sat & Sun) Cost: $195 Course Code: MTC-8001-3AD Date: October 7, 8, 9 Location: AT, Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus (Fri) PS-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus (Saturday and Sunday) Room #: 264 (Fri) & 224 (Sat & Sun) Cost: $195 Course Code: MTC-8001-3AE Date: October 21, 22, 23 Location: AT, Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus (Fri) PS-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus (Saturday and Sunday) Room #: 264 (Fri) & 224 (Sat & Sun) Cost: $195 Course Code: MTC-8001-3AF Date: November 4, 5, 6 Location: AT, Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus (Fri) PS-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus (Saturday and Sunday) Room #: 264 (Fri) & 224 (Sat & Sun) Cost: $195 Course Code: MTC-8001-3AG Date: November 18, 19, 20 Location: AT, Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus (Fri) PS-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus (Saturday and Sunday) Room #: 264 (Fri) & 224 (Sat & Sun) Cost: $195 Course Code: MTC-8001-3AH Date: December 2, 3, 4 Location: AT, Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus (Fri) PS-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus (Saturday and Sunday) Room #: 264 (Fri) & 224 (Sat & Sun) Cost: $195

FINANCES & CONSUMER EDUCATION Time Management: The 90 Day Focus Everyone knows that they need to manage their time effectively, but sometimes it’s a challenge. This 3 hour workshop will help you develop techniques to: • Enlighten you on habits that need to be improved • Enhance your schedule to increase productivity with specific tools • Enrich your personal and professional goals by providing a realistic time-frame to achieve your goals • Empower you to stay focused to create lifelong habits for successful time and organization. This class is great for individuals who want to make changes in their personal, professional, and business lives. Attendees should bring a flash drive and can purchase The 90 Day Focus as an option. Worksheets and online sites will be used in this three-hour workshop.

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Retirement Planning Today© Retirement Planning Today© is both entertaining and informative. Unlike other financial seminars that focus on a specific topic this comprehensive course helps you see the “big picture”. It examines many aspects of personal finance and how they can work together to create an integrated retirement plan. Course materials provided. Course Code: CSP-4000-CC3 Date: October 6, Thursday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 207 Instructor: T. Mellon Cost: $35 Course Code: CSP-4000-CD3 Date: October 13, Thursday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 207 Instructor: T. Mellon Cost: $35

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Course Code: CSP-4000-NJ3 Date: August 22, Monday, 6p-9p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 152A Instructor: Pennix-Brown Cost: $35 Course Code: CSP-4000-NB3 Date: September 19, Monday, 6p-9p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 152A Instructor: Pennix-Brown Cost: $35 Time is the scariest resource, and unless it is managed nothing else can be managed. – Peter Drucker

Rejuvenate Your Retirement This comprehensive course focuses on the issues and financial concepts that are important to retirees. In straightforward language, this course explains financial strategies designed to accomplish objectives such as tax-efficient income planning, lifestyle preservation, inflation protection and providing a legacy. However, money is only one aspect of post-retirement planning. We introduce fun and fulfilling activities such as travel, hobbies, sports, crafts, socializing, business ventures, and lifelong learning to help you make the most of your retirement years. Course Code: CSP-4000-MY3 Date: September 27 & October 4, Tuesday, 1:30p-3:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 152c Instructor: G. Mosseller Cost: $40 Course Code: CSP-4000-M23 Date: September 29 & October 6, Thursday, 9:30a-11:30a Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 205 Instructor: G. Mosseller Cost: $40

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FOREIGN LANGUAGE French

Italian

Beginners French This course will introduce you to the basics of French, focusing on conversation for everyday occurrences including greetings and basic conversations. Textbook required and can be purchased at GTCC Greensboro bookstore. Communicating in French, Elementary Level by Conrad J. Schmitt. Course Code: CSP4000-NA3 Date: September 12-November 7 Monday, 6:30p-9p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 224 Instructor: K. Setzer Cost: $80 No class held on 10/10

Italian Beginners Have fun while learning pronunciation and common phrases and vocabulary essential to travel and use everyday conversation. The instructor is a native speaker and will give you insights into Italian culture and life. Text book required, "Practice Makes Perfect Series, Italian Conversation" by Marcel Danesi and can be purchased at the GTCC Greensboro bookstore. Course Code: CSP-4000-QX3 Date: September 6-November 1, Tuesday, 6p-9p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 210 Instructor: A. Mundula Cost: $85 No class held on 10/11

Spanish Beginners Spanish This course is designed for students who have had some basic Spanish or Beginners level Spanish and who want to improve their conversational skills. Emphasis is place on oral communication, reading of basic phrases, expressions and grammar instruction required to facilitate meaningful conversation. Book is required, "Easy Spanish Step-by-Step" by Barbara Bregstein for class and can be purchased at the Greensboro Bookstore Course Code: CSP-4000-BU3 Date: August 23-September 27, Tuesday, 6:30p-9p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 256 Instructor: M. Smith Cost: $65 Course Code: CSP-4000-QJ3 Date: August 25-September 29, Thursday, 6:30p-9p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 224 Instructor: M. Smith Cost: $65

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Intermediate Spanish This course is for those completing Beginning Spanish who want to increase their conversational skills. Emphasis is place on oral communication, reading of basic phrases, expressions and grammar instruction required to facilitate meaningful conversation. Book is required "Easy Spanish Step-by-Step " by Barbara Bregstein for class and can be purchased at the GTCC Bookstore. Course Code: CSP-4000-QK3 Date: October 6-November 10, Thursday, 6:30p-9p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 224 Instructor: M. Smith Cost: $65 Course Code: CSP-4000-CM3 Date: October 18-November 22, Tuesday, 6:30p-9p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 256 Instructor: M. Smith Cost: $65 Advanced Spanish This course follows Intermediate Spanish and is designed for conversation by class interaction. There will be reading and writing of paragraphs and short stories by each student. Textbook purchased at the bookstore, needed for grammatical reference especially for the use of the different verb tenses. Book is required "Easy Spanish Step-by Step" by Barbara Bregstein for class and can be purchased at the GTCC Bookstore. Course Code: CSP-4000-BD3 Date: October 19-November 30, Wednesday, 6:30p-9p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 253 Instructor: M. Smith Cost: $65 No class held on 11/23

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HEALTH & SAFETY COURSES 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 NC Division of Health Services Regulation. The Medication Aide employed in a long term care/skilled facility 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 adult care 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 NC Registry. This can be verified on line at https://www. ncnar.org/verify_listings1.jsp. Schedules & Program information can also be found on our website at www.gtcc. edu/NA1 or you may call the NA 1 Office at (336) 334-4822 ext. 53062 or email aeleonard@gtcc.edu. Total Hours: 24 Registration Fee: $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 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 before and have a high school diploma from another country, it will need to be validated through our Student Success Dept. You may contact Ashley Mackey-Whitworth to set up an appointment at 336-334-4822 ext. 50076 or via email at admackeywhitworth@gtcc.edu.) 3. MUST have a U.S. government-issued Social Security Card, signed and nonlaminated.

NA Training Refresher Course The NA Training Refresher Course is offered to enrollees who have (1) been listed or are currently listed on the NC 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 skill 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 you have taken the North Carolina NNAAP test three times within a two-year period, and failed, you are ineligible to take a refresher class and must re-take the complete Nursing Assistant 1 course. References to this rule may be found in the NC Nurse Aide I Candidate Handbook.) Additional Note: If your goal is to enroll in Nursing School, this course will NOT meet the required pre-requisite 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 before and have a high school diploma from another country, it will need to be validated through our International Advising Dept. You may contact Ashley Mackey-Whitworth to set up an appointment at 336-3344822 ext. 50076 or via email at admackeywhitworth@gtcc.edu. 3. Enrollees must 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. MUST have a U.S. government-issued Social Security Card, signed and nonlaminated. 5. Have an unexpired Government issued photo ID such as a Driver's License or Passport (must bring a copy of this to the first class) 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 will not need to bring your high school diploma or GED certificate to the first class and will only need to bring your original Social Security card and copy of your Photo ID. If you are unsure if it is on file or not, you may email Amy Leonard at aeleonard@gtcc.edu and she can check for you. STUDENTS MUST PURCHASE THE REQUIRED STUDENT MANUAL PRIOR TO FIRST CLASS

4. Have an unexpired Government issued photo ID such as a Driver’s License or Passport (must bring a copy of this to the first class)

Schedules & Program information can also be found on our website at www.gtcc. edu/NA1 or you may call the NA 1 Office at (336) 334-4822 ext. 53062 or email aeleonard@gtcc.edu.

You MUST bring all of the above documents to the first class for verification by the instructor.

Total Hours: 50 Registration Fee: $133

If GTCC already has your transcripts on file, you will not need to bring your high school diploma or GED certificate to the first class and will only need to bring your original Social Security card and copy of your Photo ID. If you are unsure if it is on file or not, you may email Amy Leonard at aeleonard@gtcc.edu and she can check for you. STUDENTS MUST PURCHASE THE REQUIRED STUDENT MANUAL PRIOR TO FIRST CLASS/ORIENTATION Schedules & Program information can also be found on our website at www.gtcc. edu/NA1 or you may call the NA 1 Office at (336) 334-4822 ext. 53062 or email aeleonard@gtcc.edu. Total Hours: 198 Registration Fee: $204.50

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HEALTH & SAFETY COURSES CPR Classes 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 - TM2 Date: August 16, Tuesday, 6p-10p Location: PSB - Public Safety Jamestown Campus Room #: 213 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

Course Code: SAF 3010AB - TB3 Date: August 27, Saturday, 8:30a - 5:00p Location: PSB-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus Room #: 213 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

Course Code: SAF 3010A - TD3 Date: September 12, Monday, 6p-10p Location: CEC Wendover Campus Room #: 229 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

Course Code: SAF 3010AB - TF3 Date: September 24, Saturday, 8:30a - 5:00p Location: PSB-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus Room #: 213 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

Course Code: SAF 3010A -TH3 Date: October 18, Tuesday, 6p-10p Location: PSB-Public Safety Jamestown Campus Room #: 213 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

Course Code: SAF 3010AB -TK3 Date: October 22, Saturday, 8:30a - 5:00p Location: PSB-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus Room #: 213 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

Course Code: SAF 3010A -TN3 Date: November 7, Monday, 6p-10p Location: CEC Wendover Campus Room #: 229 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

Course Code: SAF 3010AB -TQ3 Date: November 19, Saturday, 8:30a - 5:00p Location: PSB-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus Room #: 213 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

Course Code: SAF 3010A -TS3 Date: December 13, Tuesday, 6p-10p Location: PSB -Public Safety, Jamestown Campus Room #: 213 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

Course Code: SAF 3010AB -TU3 Date: December 17, Saturday, 8:30a - 5:00p Location: PSB-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus Room #: 213 Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

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.

Course Code: EMS 3044-302 Date: August 16-December 15 Tuesday, Thursday, 6p-9:30p, and every other Saturday from 8a-5p Location: C1, Cameron Campus Room #: 214 Instructor: Allen Cost: $198

TO REGISTER: Go to the Assessment Center. Take the reading exam and score 65 or higher. Take your reading test score and go to registration. Course must be paid for at the time of registration. Make sure you bring your receipt and reading test score with you the first day of class. If you are affiliated with a fire/EMS/police agency, you must present valid proof during registration and a letter from your agency of affiliation for the fee to be waived. No registrations accepted after the first day of class. Course Code: EMS 3044-301 (This class requires online work and a workbook) Date: September 7-November 16 Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9a-4p Location: CEC Wendover Campus Room #: 229 Instructor: Saville Cost: $198

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Course Code: EMS 3044-303-Hybrid Course (This class requires online work) Date: August 27-December 17 Saturday, 8:30a-5p Location: PSB-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus Room #: 220 Instructor: Shina Cost: $198 Course Code: EMS 3044-304 Date: August 22-November 4 Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9a-4p Location: PSB-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus Room #: 220 Instructor: Langley Cost: $198 EMT Refresher Course Code: EMS-3075-305-Hybrid course Date: September 16-October 28, Friday, 8a-5p Classroom attendance required 9/16, 10/21 and 10/28 Location: PSB-Public Safety, Jamestown Campus Room #: 213 Instructor: Shina Cost: $188 For more information contact: Tori Shina at ext. 50378

HOME & GARDEN Furniture Re-upholstery Learn how to reupholster chairs, sofas, and other pieces of fine furniture. Learn how to sew cushions, skirts, and all covers for re-upholstery; how to re-tie and tie springs; how to brace the frame; and how to secure the webbing. Also included will be fabric layout and cutting, some techniques of refinishing the legs, and fabric patterns and styles. Bring to the first class: a pair of regular pliers and a tack puller (can be purchased at a hardware store) and a "small project" (footstool, dining room chair etc.) and fabric. A list of other needed tools will be provided at the first class (approximate cost $40 - $60). Course Code: CSP-4000-CF3 Date: September 12-November 14, Monday, 6p-9p Location: H2-High Point Campus Room #: 200 Instructor: L. Alford Cost: $125 No class held on 10/10 Course Code: CSP-4000-BL3 Date: August 27-October 8, Saturday, 9p-1p Location: H2-High Point Campus Room #: 200 Instructor: E. Piotrowski Cost: $125 Course Code: CSP-4000-BM3 Date: October 15-December 3, Saturday, 9p-1p Location: H2, High Point Campus Room #: 200 Instructor: E. Piotrowski Cost: $125 No class held on 11/26

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. The textbook costs approximately $45.75. For additional information, contact Megan Varnadore at mlvarnadore@gtcc.edu, or (336) 334-4822 ext. 53024 Course Code: HSE-3264-313 Date: August 25-December 8, Thursday, 6p-9p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 238 Instructor: J. Nichols Cost: $188


GENERAL CONTRACTOR’S PREP

INSURANCE Insurance: Life, Accident, & Health Under the approval of the NC Department of Insurance, this course prepares and certifies you to sit for the State Licensing Examination for Life, Health, and Accident. Upon successful completion of the course, you will have the knowledge of types of individual life insurance, annuities, policy provisions, health insurance policies and relevant NC statutes and regulations. Textbooks are required and must be purchased from the Jamestown Campus Bookstore PRIOR to class. The textbook costs approximately $63.25. For additional information, contact Megan Varnadore at mlvarnadore@gtcc.edu, or (336) 3344822 ext. 53024 Course Code: INS-3385-309 Date: September 15-September 25, Thursday, Friday 6p-10p, Saturday, Sunday 8a-5p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 329 Instructor: W. Batista Cost: $133

Insurance: Property & Casualty This is the course required by the NC Insurance Commission for eligibility to take the State Licensing Examination. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to discuss automobile insurance, general liability exposures and insurance, workers' compensation, commercial fire and other insurance, homeowners' insurance, crime insurance and government fire and casualty insurance. Textbooks are required and must be purchased from the Greensboro Campus Bookstore PRIOR to class. The textbook/CD costs approximately $102.25. For additional information, contact Megan Varnadore at mlvarnadore@@gtcc.edu, or (336) 334-4822 ext. 53024 Course Code: INS-3385-304 Date: September 19-November 10, Monday, Thursday, 6p-9:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: G. Skeeters Cost: $188

This course has four components – making students aware of the requirements to becoming a Residential General Contractor in North Carolina, information on the application process, information on the state licensing exam, and study of working in the field through an examination of blueprint reading and other topics – building terminology, estimating, safety, employment regulations, building and administrative codes. Individuals must meet specific requirements to become a General Contractor. Please go to www.nclbgc.org and see if you meet these requirements PRIOR to registering for this class. Textbooks are required and must be purchased from the Greensboro Campus bookstore PRIOR to class. The required textbooks cost approximately $345.00. For additional information, contact Megan Varnadore at mlvarnadore@gtcc.edu, or (336) 334-4822 ext. 53024 Course Code: CAR-3118-301 Date: September 1-December 8, Thursday, 6:30p-9:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: TBA Instructor: J. McNeill Cost: $133

Course Code: INS-3385-311 Date: November 3-November 13, Thursday, Friday 6p-10p, Saturday, Sunday 8a-5p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 329 Instructor: W. Batista Cost: $133 Insurance: Medicare Pre-Licensing Prep Under the approval of the NC Department of Insurance, this course prepares and certifies you to sit for the State Licensing Examination for Medicare. Upon successful completion of this course, you will have the knowledge of types of Medicare, policy provisions, health insurance policies and relevant NC statutes and regulations. Textbooks are required and must be purchased from the Jamestown Campus bookstore PRIOR to class. Textbook costs approximately $32.00. For additional information, contact Megan Varnadore at mlvarnadore@gtcc.edu, or (336) 334-4822 ext. 53024 Course Code: INS-3385-310 Date: October 5-October 12, Monday, Wednesday, 6p-10p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 329 Instructor: W. Batista Cost: $78 Course Code: INS-3385-312 Date: November 30-December 7, Monday, Wednesday, 6p-10p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 329 Instructor: W. Batista Cost: $78

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MUSIC Piano This course will teach students to read and play in C and G positions with staff note reading. Students will learn theory to include scales, intervals, chords, rhythmic notation. Rhythmic exercises, technique, sight reading, and practice skills are included. Textbook required Course Code: CSP-4000-CL3 Date: September 7-October 26, Wednesday, 6:45 p-8:45p Location: H4, High Point Campus Room #: 102 Instructor: King Cost: $65

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 is available in the GTCC bookstore for $25.75. You must purchase this from the campus bookstore where the course will be taught PRIOR to class. 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 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM that will include a one hour break. Self-supporting class. Course Code: CSP-4000-N376 Date: August 26, Friday, 9a-5p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 152A Instructor: Routh Cost: $78 Course Code: CSP-4000-N377 Date: August 27, Saturday, 9a-5p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 203 Instructor: Outlaw Cost: $78 Course Code: CSP-4000-N378 Date: September 10, Saturday, 9a-5p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 203 Instructor: Sudduth Cost: $78 Course Code: CSP-4000-N379 Date: September 13 and September 15, Tuesday & Thursday 6p-9:30p Location: CT, Community Training Building, Jamestown Campus Room #: 115 Instructor: Outlaw Cost: $78

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Course Code: CSP-4000-N380 Date: September 24, Saturday, 9a-5p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 152A Instructor: Stephenson Cost: $78

Course Code: CSP-4000-N387 Date: November 11, Friday, 9a-5p Location: C1-Cameron Campus, Oak Ridge Room #: 231B Instructor: Routh Cost: $78

Course Code: CSP-4000-N381 Date: September 30, Friday 9a-5p Location: C1-Cameron Campus, Oak Ridge Room #: 231B Instructor: Routh Cost: $78

Course Code: CSP-4000-N388 Date: November 19, Saturday 9a-5p Location: CT-Community Training Building, Jamestown Campus Room #: 115 Instructor: Outlaw Cost: $78

Course Code: CSP-4000-N383 Date: October 7, Friday, 9a-5p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 152A Instructor: Stephenson Cost: $78 Course Code: CSP-4000-N384 Date: October 15, Saturday 9a-5p Location: CT, Community Training Building, Jamestown Campus Room #: 115 Instructor: Routh Cost: $78 Course Code: CSP-4000-N385 Date: October 29, Saturday, 9a-5p Location: H4-High Point Campus Room #: 203 Instructor: Outlaw Cost: $78 Course Code: CSP-4000-N386 Date: November 5, Saturday, 9a-5p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 152A Instructor: Stephenson Cost: $78

Course Code: CSP-4000-N389 Date: December 3, Saturday, 9a-5p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 152A Instructor: Stephenson Cost: $78 E-Notary Existing Notary Publics will receive instruction in the newly legislated procedure required to exercise electronic notarial acts as set forth by the NC Secretary of State. You must hold a valid commission as a NC notary public. Please note that this is not an online class. Note: A manual will be provided in class at no extra charge. The following must be with you in order to take the final exam: Notary Number, Photo I.D. (Driver’s License) and email address. Course Code: CSP-4000-EN382 Date: October 1, Saturday, 9a-12p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 219 Instructor: Outlaw Cost: $58

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PHOTOGRAPHY Basics of Portrait Photography Basic 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 with interchangeable lenses. Course Code: CSP-4000 –BE3 Date: August 23-September 27, Tuesday, 6p-9p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 326 Instructor: M. Sherrill Cost: $65 Course Code: CSP-4000 –BA3 Date: October 18-November 22, Tuesday, 6p-9p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 326 Instructor: M. Sherrill Cost: $65

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Creative Photo Through exciting hands-on lessons, challenging and fun assignments and honest insightful critiques you will learn creative ways of capturing that special shot. You will learn line, light, shadow, color and compositional designs that will expand your visual perspective and allow you to create better artistic photographs. This course is geared to intermediate and serious amateur photographers. Please bring camera and flash drive on first day of class.

Abstract Photography This course is designed to expand the student's understanding of photographic composition by completing a series of challenging assignment. Each week the student will be given a new assignment using different elements to create visually appealing abstract images. Once the assignment is complete it will be shared with the entire class for review. Upon successful completion for the class, the 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-QE3 Date: September 6–October 18, Tuesday, 6:30p-9p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 238 Instructor: D. Huffines Cost: $55 No class held on 10/11

Course Code: CSP-4000-RE3 Date: September 13-October 25, Tuesday, 6p-9p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 152A Instructor: R. Harris Cost: $60

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-QG3 Date: September 12-October 24, Mondays, 6:30p-9p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 238 Instructor: D. Huffines Cost: $55 No class held on 10/10

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Introduction to Basic Photography This course is a basic introduction to photography with no pre-requisites. Students will learn about the basic mechanics of a camera and how each part is used to create quality photographs. They will learn the terms associated with photography and gain an understanding of how each of the terms relates to photography and to learn them as a photographer. Students will learn to see the world through the lens of the camera and will learn to create strong photographic images. Course Code: CSP-4000-AA3 Date: September 12-October 24, Monday, 6p-8:30p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 325 Instructor: A. Davis Cost: $55 Course Code: CSP-4000-AB3 Date: October 31-December 5, Monday, 6p-8:30p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 325 Instructor: A. Davis Cost: $55

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT ESSENTIALS AND PMP CERTIFICATION PREP The Project Leadership Series SM is presented in collaboration with Tanden, a premier project management consulting and education firm headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina. Tanden is a Global Registered Education Provider (REP) of the Project Management Institute (PMI).

The Project Leadership Series SM is presented in collaboration with Tanden, a premier project management consulting and education firm headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina. Tanden is a Global Registered Education Provider (REP) of the Project Management Institute (PMI). 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.

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-7064-600 Date: December 5-December 9, Monday-Friday, 8:30a-4:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center - Greensboro Campus Room #: 225 Instructor: Tanden LLC Cost: $1795 for 35 hours Questions? Visit www.gtcc.edu or contact Amy Leonard at aeleonard@gtcc.edu or (336) 334-4822 ext. 53062. Recommended Prerequisites: A basic understanding of math

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

Potential instructors: Chris Wright, is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®) with over 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®), has 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 over 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 90's. 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 tele-communication, transportation, and Federal government agencies. Mike has recently earned his Master’s degree in Project Management (MPM) from Western Carolina University.

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REAL ESTATE

Broker Post-Licensing

Selected Topics Topics addressed in this course include commercial real Broker Pre-Licensing estate brokerage, residential property management, land use controls, loan fraud, license law issues and case studies, fair housing, establishing a brokerage firm, and manufactured and modular homes. Real Estate Math The primary objectives of this course are to (1) provide PROVISIONAL BROKER LICENSE IS REQUIRED TO you with the necessary skills to apply math in the real TAKE THIS CLASS. Required text is North Carolina Real Estate Manual and this must be purchased from estate setting, and (2) to assist in preparing you for enrolling in the real estate Broker Pre-Licensing course. the campus bookstore where the course will be taught The real estate math course provides basic instruction PRIOR to class. Photo ID & Pocket Card is required to attend the class. Students need to read Chapter 19 in mathematics applicable to real estate situations. before the first class Topics include: finance calculations, interest, debt service, profit, loss, closing statements, property Course Code: RLS-3704-303 taxes, loan underwriting, appraisal calculations, and area computations. Upon completion, you should be Date: September 13-October 13, Tuesday, Thursday, 5:30p-8:30p able to demonstrate proficiency in applied real estate Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus mathematics. This course is NOT a prerequisite but Room #: 205 Instructor: Marlys Currie is extremely beneficial as a precursor to the Broker Cost: $133 Pre-Licensing course, especially if math is not your strength. Textbook required and must be purchased Broker Relationships & Responsibilities from the campus bookstore where the course will Topics addressed in this course include a review of be taught PRIOR to class. Note to students: It is recommended to take the Math class BEFORE taking agency relationships in real estate sales transactions the Broker Pre-Licensing class and NOT recommended and a real estate agent’s legal duties to clients and customers, a step-by-step review and discussion of to take them simultaneously. the functions and responsibilities of a real estate agent when working with residential sellers and buyers, a Course Code: MAT-3713R-302 Date: September 7-November 16, Wednesday, 6p-9p review of issues associated with agent compensation Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus and agents changing firms, and a review of license status and education issues. PROVISIONAL BROKER Room #: 223 Instructor: Marcus Washington LICENSE IS REQUIRED TO TAKE THIS CLASS. Cost: $133 Required text is North Carolina Real Estate Manual and Residential Square Footage Guidelines and they Broker Pre-Licensing must be purchased from the campus bookstore where This is the required course you need in preparation to become a “provisional broker”. This course covers the course will be taught PRIOR to class. Photo ID & basic real estate principles and practices, including real Pocket Card is required to attend the class. Students need to read Chapter 8 before the first class. estate law, contracts, brokerage practices, financing, closing, valuation, fair housing, property management, Course Code: RLS-3702-304 taxation, and mathematics as well as other related Date: September 28-November 7, topics. To qualify for the IN-CLASS final exam, you Monday, Wednesday, 8:30a-11:30a MUST have a combined average score of 80% on the 7 weekly tests given during class. You may then take Location: C1 - Cameron Center Campus Room #: 231B Instructor: Marlys Currie the final exam, and if you pass this, you are eligible Cost: $133 to take the North Carolina Real Estate Commission exam that is required to become a licensed real estate Contracts & Closing broker. Textbook & materials are required and must Topics addressed in this course include selected be purchased from the campus bookstore where the basic contract law concepts, real estate sales contract course will be taught PRIOR to class. NOTE TO STUDENTS: Please have read Chapters 1, 2 & 3 prior preparation, sales contract procedures, closing procedures and closing statement preparation, and to attending 1st class. real estate license status and education issues. PROVISIONAL BROKER LICENSE IS REQUIRED TO Course Code: RLS-3700-301 TAKE THIS CLASS. Required text is North Carolina Date: September 6-November 15, Real Estate Manual and this must be purchased from Monday, Tuesday & Thursday, 1p-4p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus the campus bookstore where the course will be taught PRIOR to class. Photo ID & Pocket Card is required Room #: 152A&B Instructor: Larry Lee to attend the class. Students need to read Chapter 10 Cost: $188 before the first class.

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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 and supply list will be given in first day class. Course Code: CSP-4000-PP3 Date: August 23-October 11, Tuesday, 6:45p-9:15p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 115 Instructor: M. Christie Cost: $65 Course Code: CSP-4000-PR3 Date: October 18-December 6, Tuesday, 6:45p-9:15p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 115 Instructor: M. Christie Cost: $65 Course Code: CSP-4000-PI3 Date: October 17-December 5, Monday, 6p-8:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 115 Instructor: Pinnix Cost: $65 ___________________________________________

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Advanced Sewing Includes intermediate through 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 first class. Course Code: CSP-4000-MS3 Date: August 25-October 13, Thursday, 6:45p-9:15p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 115 Instructor: M. Christie Cost: $65 Course Code: CSP-4000-PQ3 Date: October 20-December 8, Thursday, 6:45p-9:15p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 115 Instructor: M. Christie Cost: $60 No class held on 11/24 Sewing All Levels This course teaches beginners through intermediate sewing. Students select their own projects and fabric. This course also includes any alterations of their patterns if necessary. Beginners may bring a simple pattern and other instruction and supplies needed, will be given at the first class session. Course Code: CSP-4000- BJ3 Date: August 23-October 4, Tuesday, 8:30a-11a Location: H1-High Point Campus Room #: 136 Instructor: I. Booker Cost: $60 Course Code: CSP4000- BK3 Date: August 23-October 4, Tuesday, 11:30a-2p Location: H1, High Point Campus Room #: 136 Instructor: I. Booker Cost: $60

Quilting 101 This course is designed to teach all levels of quilters basic to advanced skills and techniques useful in creating quilts. The course will cover use of a mat and rotary cutter, instruction for a variety of blocks patterns, and tips for piecing a final quilt top. Upon completion of the course, you should have a finished quilt top. Please bring to class: fabric scissors, neutral colored thread, cutting mat, ruler, rotary cutter, and pins. There will be an additional cost for materials. Course Code: CSP4000-NW3 Date: September 21-November 2, Wednesday, 6p-8:30p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 115 Instructor: E. Frankenfield Cost: $60 Course Code: CSP4000-AF3 Date: October 13-December 1, Thursday, 9a-11:30a Location: H1-High Point Campus Room #: 136 Instructor: E. Frankenfield Cost: $60 Tailoring for Advanced Sewers Tailoring a quality garment is the goal most want to achieve. Proper fit, pressing and special sewing techniques will be covered. This course is not for beginners and students should have sewing skills. Supplies will be discussed in first class. Course Code: CSP-4000-RF3 Date: October 18-November 29, Monday, 11:30a-2p Location: H1-High Point Campus Room #: 136 Instructor: I. Booker Cost: $60

Course Code: CSP-4000- BV3 Date: October 18-November 29, Tuesdays, 8:30a-11a Location: H1, High Point Campus Room #: 136 Instructor: I. Booker Cost: $60 Course Code: CSP-4000- BW3 Date: October 18-November 29, Tuesday, 11:30a-2p Location: H1, High Point Campus Room #: 136 Instructor: I. Booker Cost: $60

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SPECIAL INTEREST Wedding Planning and Directing Part 1 This course is designed to help you learn the details of planning a wedding. You will receive instruction in setting a time line, etiquette, budget responsibilities, rehearsal, & elegance in style. Special emphasis will be placed on how to direct a wedding. Course Code: CSP-4000-PL3 Date: August 23-October 18, Tuesday, 6p-8p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 206 Instructor: S. Sharpe Cost: $65 No class on 10/11 How to Become a Life Coach This course will bring focus to life coaching which is a wide and fast growing field. Life coaches specialized in all areas, careers and personal growth. Students must have a deep desire for listening, studying and commitment to others. Learning outcomes are what is/is not Life Coaching?, who needs a coach, in depth overview of types of coaches and what makes an excellent coach, do you identify with coaching and reviewing your strengths and opportunities in Coaching. Supplies needed, notebooks and paper, handouts will be given in class, no book to purchase. Course Code: CSP-4000-NG3 Date: August 30-September 27, Tuesday, 6p-8:15p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 242 Instructor: D. Seyni Cost: $65

Jewelry Making for Beginners Come join in the fun of making jewelry! Students will receive basic information on making jewelry and the tools needed. The instructor will guide the students to make several pieces of jewelry including necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings. Students will need to bring a min tool kit for the jewelry making to class. Additional costs for supplies, estimate $20-$25.

Life Coaching 2~Mobilizing the Coachee This course is a continuation of “How to Become a Life Coach" and will mobilize the Coachee to seek to understand and unlock their coaching potential; all while mentoring coaching, coaching for purpose and enabling client transformation. Students should completed "How to Become a Life Coach" or similar experience.

Course Code: CSP-4000-AC3 Date: September 12-October 3, Monday, 6p-8p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 124 Instructor: D. Schmitz Cost: $35

Course Code: CSP-4000-MP3 Date: October 4-November 1, Tuesday, 6p-8p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus Room #: 237 Instructor: D. Seyni Cost: $60 No class held on 10/11

Course Code: CSP-4000-AD3 Date: October 17-November 7, Monday, 6p-8p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 124 Instructor: D. Schmitz Cost: $35 Jewelry Making - Intermediate This class is designed for students that have either taken the Fun with Jewelry or have some jewelry making experience. Students will learn more advanced techniques in the art of jewelry making. Course Code: CSP-4000-AE3 Date: November 14-December 5, Monday, 6p-8p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 124 Instructor: D. Schmitz Cost: $35

Beginning Fly Fishing This beginning class is designed to cover the basics of fishing with a fly rod- casting, knot tying, equipment, presentation, and fly identification, entomology, and information on fly fishing opportunities locally and abroad. While we will cover all the previously mentioned areas, we will practice the various elements of fly casting every session. It will be necessary to have a rod and reel to use for the class. To conclude the class, we will have a 1 day field trip (Saturday) at Country Park, you will need a valid NC comprehensive fishing license. Course Code: CSP-4000-NS3 Date: September 13-September 27, Tuesday, 6:30p-9:30p Saturday, October 8, 6a-3p Location: CEC-Con Ed Center, Greensboro Campus CPK - Country Park, Greensboro Room #: 224 Instructor: Wilkins Cost: $65

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Gospel Choir This course is designed for anyone that is a member of a gospel choir, or has an interest in gospel music. This course will demonstrate that gospel music goes beyond the sound and sight often associated with the music. Participants in this course will be given tools to enhance their gifts and musical talents. Those completing the course will be better equipped for effective leadership in ministry and will possess an increased appreciation for the rich history and current trends in gospel music. This course will also serve in the important task of helping participants make the connection between the lyrics of gospel music and the scriptures, thereby helping them understand the why and the who behind the lyrics. Course Code: CSP-4000-CK3 Date: September 15-October 27, Thursday, 6:30p-7:30p Location: AT-Applied Tech, Jamestown Campus Room #: 120 Instructor: Campbell Cost: $50


TRAINING FROM ED2GO.COM/GTCC2GO Take non-credit classes online! Online, instructorled 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, an 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: August 17 October 12 September 14 November 9

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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 with instructions for registration options. Payment must be received before the course start date.

ONLINE COURSE OFFERINGS: • Advanced CompTIA A+ Certification Prep • Advanced Microsoft Excel 2010 • Assisting Aging Parents • Basic CompTIA A+ Certification Prep • CompTIA® Network+ Certification Prep • CompTIA® Security Prep 1 • CompTIA® Security Prep 2 • Crating Mobile Apps with HTML 5 • Creating WordPress Websites • Discover Sign Language • GRE Preparation – Part 2 (Quantitative) • GRE Preparation. Part 1 • Intermediate CompTIA A+ Certification Prep • Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2010 • Intermediate WordPress Websites • Internet: Creating Web Pages • Introduction to Interior Design • Introduction to Lightroom 5 • Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010 • Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2013 • Advanced Grant Proposal Writing • Get Grants • Grammar Refresher • Grant Writing A to Z

TEACHER RE-CERTIFICATION ONLINE COURSES • Creating a Classroom Website • Creating Classroom Centers • Differentiating K-12 Assessments • Empowering Students with Disabilities • Enhancing Language Development in Childhood • Guided Reading and Writing: Strategies for Maximum Student Achievement • Solving Classroom Discipline Problems • Solving Classroom Discipline Problems II • Spanish in the Classroom • Survival Kit for New Teachers • Teaching Adult Learners • Teaching High School Students • Teaching Preschool: A Year of Inspiring Lessons Contact us at ed2go@gtcc.edu for more information.

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. 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.

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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). Please DO NOT fill out the registration forms in this brochure.

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.

Greensboro AIM (CED) Enrollment* Call Brenda Robinson at (336) 334-4822, ext. 53084. On-campus: Adult Education Center, 3505 E. Wendover Ave, Room 140. Greensboro Off-Campus Locations: Howell Center -1508 Gatewood Ave. Alberta Professional Services - 3107 #A S. Elm-Eugene St. AbleCare - 305 S. Westgate Dr. #A Choice Behavioral Health - 2302 W. Meadowview Rd. Morehead Building, Suite 228 The Shoppe - 500 Spring Garden St. True Blessings Care - 2902 E. Market St. WesCare - 10-A Oak Branch Drive Edward Douglas Center - 108 Winola Dr. High Point AIM (CED) Enrollment* Call Karen Shaw (336)454-1126 ext. 55010. On campus: 901 S. Main St., H1 Office #129, High Point Off-Campus Locations: RHA Health Services - 1701 Westchester Dr. Suite 940, High Point, NC Lifespan Guilford - 908 McClellan Place High School Equivalency (HSE) This self-paced, flexible program prepares adults age 18 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 tests on the GED test: Reasoning through Language Arts, Social Studies, Science and Math. Students must pass 5 subjects test on the HiSet test: Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies and Math.

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 Ave. Registration: Tuesdays 9a-10:30a; 5p-6:30p Orientation: Monday – Friday 9a-12p; Monday - Thursday, 5:30p-9p You must start the Orientation Process on Monday. Please arrive on time. GSO ABE/ASE/HSE Off-Campus Locations: Interactive Resource Center - 407 E. Washington St. Foust Elementary School - 2610 Floyd Street Goodwill - 1235 S. Eugene St. New Hope Baptist Church - 306 S. English Street Step Up Greensboro - 707 Green Street One Step Further - 623 Eugene Ct Wiley Elementary School - 600 W. Terrell Street Guilford Middle School - 320 Lindley Road High Point AHS/HSE/ABE Campus Contacts Sybil Newman (AHS/HSE & ABE) (336) 334-4822 ext. 55072 901 S. Main St., H3 Office #124 Registration GTCC-High Point Campus

The Official GED and HiSet exams are available in Spanish. GED preparation courses are also available online at both campus locations (prerequisites may apply).

On campus: 901 S. Main Street 901 S. Main St., H3 Office #124 Weekly Registration - Thursdays, 9a-11a; 5p-7p

High School Equivalency preparation courses are also available online at both campus locations. .

Orientation: Monday - Friday, 8:30a-11:30p; Monday - Thursday, 5:30p-8:30p You must start the orientation process on a Monday. 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 336-3344822, 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 and writing. Class levels range from basic to advanced. TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) and citizenship 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 8:30-12p or 5:30-8:30p Off-Campus Locations Archer Elementary School - 2610 Four Seasons Blvd., Greensboro Morehead Elementary School - 4630 Tower Rd., Greensboro Senior Resource Center of Guilford (55 and older) 301 East Washington Street Grace United Methodist Church, 438 West Friendly Avenue Guilford Middle School 320 Lindley Road Rankin Elementary School 1501 Spry Street McLeansville Elementary School 5315 Frieden Church Road, Mcleansville, NC New Hope Missionary Baptist Church 306 South English Street Peace United Methodist Church 2714 West Market Street Glen Haven Apartments 424F Greenbriar Road

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High Point Campus Contact Michael Brandon Bost 336-454-1126 ext 55001 H4 Building 901 South Main Street Room #128 High Point ESOL Registration Hours for continuing students GTCC-High Point Campus 901 S. Main St., H4 Office #128 Thursday, 9a-12p or 6p-7:30p Orientation: Monday - Wednesday 9a-12n or 6p-9p. You must attend all three days. Please arrive on time, no appointment necessary. Off-Campus Locations: St. Mary’s Episcopal Church (Family Literacy Class) 108 W. Farris Ave., High Point, NC Macedonia Family Resource Ctr. (Family Literacy Class) - 104 Lake Ave., High Point, NC Emerywood Baptist Church 1300 Country Club Drive High Point, NC First Presbyterian Church (Family Literacy Class) 918 N. Main St., High Point, NC Northwood Elementary School 818 W Lexington Ave, High Point, NC 27262

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 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 y examen localizador Miércoles Mañana 8:15a-5:15p. Exame de Ingreso y registración Jueves Mañana 8:30a or Tarde 5:30p. Inscribirse en High Point GTCC-High Point Campus 901 S. Main St., H4 oficina#128. Orientación: lunes-miércoles 9a-12p ó 6p-9p. Tiene que comenzar el proceso de la orientación un lunes y Favor de llegar a tiempo


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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.

Dropping and Adding Classes

If you want to drop a class and receive a refund, the amount of your refund will depend on when you drop 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 of a Registration Form from our website: https://www. day of class. In addition, you can replace one course 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 shown on the form. GTCC accepts Visa, MasterCard, The Refund Policy American Express, and Discover debit/credit cards. If In compliance with State Board policy, GTCC will paying by check, the account holder's name, address refund 100% of tuition and fees if you officially drop and account number must be pre-printed on the from the class before the first class meeting by check. Do not mail cash. contacting the appropriate Departmental Coordinator 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 a Registration Form in advance by printing a withdraw from the class on or before the class 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 Counters on the Greensboro, Jamestown and High No refunds will be issued if you withdraw from a Point Campuses. Because payment is due at the course after the census date. time of registration, after you are registered for your course(s), you will visit the cashier’s office to make If a class is canceled or full, GTCC will make a full payment. Acceptable forms of payment include: refund. checks, cash, money orders, and Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover credit/debit cards. Non-attendance is not a basis for refund of tuition. When paying in person by check or credit card, please bring two forms of ID. One must be a photo ID. Please visit the Cashiers Page for acceptable Fees, Books, Supplies forms of ID at: Registration fees, which are listed with each class http://www.gtcc.edu/enrollment-services/cashiersdescription, do not include the cost of textbooks or office/required-id.aspx supplies. Registration Locations: • 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 8a-5p course. Some of the courses listed in this catalog • Greensboro, 3505 E. Wendover Avenue, Continuing require textbooks, which are sold at the GTCC Education Center, Monday - Thursday, 8:30a-6p Bookstores and you should buy books and supplies and Friday 9a-Noon at the bookstore of the campus you will be attending • High Point, 901 S. Main St, H1, Monday-Thursday, class. 8:30a-6p and Friday 9a-Noon

Who May Register?

If you’re 18 years old or older, you may register for a course. Applicants who are still enrolled in high school, but are at least 16 years of age, should secure authorization from his/her high school principle in the form of a letter. A letter must be secured 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.

Bookstore Locations:

• Jamestown, 601 High Point Road, Monday Thursday, 8a-8p, and Friday 8a-4p. • Greensboro, 3505 E. Wendover Avenue, Monday Thursday, 8:30a-6p and Friday 9a-Noon • High Point, 901 S. Main St, Monday - Thursday, 8:30a-6p and Friday 9a-Noon Some courses require supplies/materials and you are accountable for purchasing the necessary items. Students in all continuing education classes will be assessed a $5 CAPS fee to help cover expenses associated with providing campus access, parking and security at the college. Some programs require malpractice insurance. These fees, where applicable, are included in the published course fee.

Course Repetition Policy

In 1993, the N.C. legislature enacted a law that requires anyone who takes the same occupational extension course more than twice within a five-year period to pay an additional cost of $6.41-$7.12 per scheduled hour. You are exempt from this policy if you are required by law to have certification/licensure.

Sponsorships

The purpose of a sponsorship is to help pay college expenses (tuition, fees, books, and supplies). Sponsors may include your employer or government agencies (i.e. Employment Security Commission, Job Link, or Vocational Rehabilitation). Each semester, detailed sponsor information must be received by GTCC. This information may be mailed, faxed, or brought in person to the Cashiers Office located in the Luther R. Medlin Campus Center. Authorizations must be received at the time of registration. If authorizations are not received at the time of registration, the student is expected to pay registration fees. It is the student’s responsibility to make sure the Cashiers Office has received an authorization for each class. Contact the cashier’s office when you register to ensure your sponsor information has been received and processed. GTCC Sponsor Agreement forms can be obtained from the Cashiers Office. 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 must also be printed on company/agency letterhead, state the amount of detailed expenses to be paid for each student being sponsored, and include an agency representative name and phone number. Bookstore charges may be applied to a sponsorship only if specified in the sponsor authorization.

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

GCH

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

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Guilford College Methodist Church 1205 Fleming Rd.

High Point Locations DRGR

Deep River Golf Range 2835 Hwy. 68 S.

GUMC Grace United Methodist Church 438 W. Friendly Ave.

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High Point Campus Main Building

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Lees Chapel United Methodist Church 2303 Lees Chapel Rd.

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High Point Campus Upholstery Building,

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Maximum Performance 108 B.S. Walnut Circle

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High Point Campus Literacy Building

Jamestown Campus 601 High Point Road

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

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High Point Campus Entertainment Technology

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Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship 1451 S. Elm Eugene St.

HPC High Point Chamber of Commerce 1101 N. Main St.

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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T.H. Davis - GTCC Aviation Center 260 Regional Rd.

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Starmount Country Club 1 Sam Sneed Dr.

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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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Piedmont Environmental Center 1220 Penny Road

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Business Hall Jamestown Campus

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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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