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CONTINUING EDUCATION

Chatham County Harnett County Lee County

Division of Economic & Community Development

Central Carolina Community College


Economic & Community Development Division Central Carolina Community College intends to serve your educational needs. As you prepare for the workforce, update your skills, or learn a new hobby, we want to provide you a quality learning experience. Continuing Education serves nearly 15,000 students each year in a variety of programs. This schedule showcases an array of those courses available to you within Continuing Education. Programs include business seminars, high school completion credits, professional development, and enrichment, just to name a few. You will also notice the new Center for Creative Retirement courses geared to those in or considering retirement. In addition, the college provides other services including career planning, workforce development assistance, industry support services, small business counseling, and degree programs. For more information about any of our programs, visit our website at www.cccc.edu or contact any of our offices. We look forward to serving you! Stelfanie Williams, Vice President of Economic & Community Development swilliams@cccc.edu Chatham County 919-545-8044

Harnett County 910-814-8823

Lee County 919-775-2122, ext. 7793

www.cccc.edu/ecd


Continuing Education Fall Schedule 2010 Table of Contents Continuing Education Policies.......................................................................................................................................... 2 Registration Dates, Locations, & Methods....................................................................................................................... 3 Contact Information.......................................................................................................................................................... 4 Disability Services............................................................................................................................................................ 5 Location Key/How to Use This Schedule......................................................................................................................... 6

Courses, Programs, & Seminars:

Adult Education................................................................................................................................................. 7 Artistry & Craftsmanship.................................................................................................................................. 10 Center for Creative Retirement.......................................................................................................................... 15 Computer & Technology................................................................................................................................... 17 Distance Education/Ed2Go................................................................................................................................ 19 Emergency Services Training............................................................................................................................ 21 Health Occupations............................................................................................................................................ 23 Human Resources Development (HRD)........................................................................................................... 28 JobsNOW........................................................................................................................................................... 32 Languages.......................................................................................................................................................... 34 Personal Enrichment.......................................................................................................................................... 35 Professional Development................................................................................................................................. 38 Small Business Seminars................................................................................................................................... 48 Sustainable & Green Education......................................................................................................................... 55

Central Carolina Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30333-4097 or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Central Carolina Community College. Note: The Commission on Colleges should be contacted only if there is evidence that appears to support an institution’s significant non-compliance with a requirement or standard.

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Continuing Education Fall Schedule 2010 Refunds

• Refunds for Continuing Education courses are made as follows: 100% if requested before a course begins or if the course is cancelled; 75% if requested after a course begins, but before 10% of the total class meetings.

Registration

Welcome to Central Carolina Community College! Thank you for choosing to continue your education with us at CCCC. Here you will find dedicated faculty and staff who are anxious to help you achieve your goals. We offer small classes, laboratories, and shops that are guided by highly qualified faculty. The equipment in these classrooms and laboratories is the latest industry standard. CCCC strives to provide you the highest level learning environment possible. Best wishes during your time at CCCC. Dr. T. Eston (Bud) Marchant President, Central Carolina Community College

CONTINUING EDUCATION POLICIES

Tuition and Fees/Fee Schedule Course fees are noted with each course listing. Payment of these course fees is required before the first class session. Some courses have additional charges for supplies, insurance, or other essential expenses, which are also listed with the course descriptions. Students are responsible for purchasing any special materials required for classes. No registration is complete without the payment of all applicable fees or receipt of official authorization for payment from third parties responsible for payment. Methods of payment include cash, check, money order, or credit card (MasterCard or Visa). The North Carolina General Assembly has set the following fees for Continuing Education classes:

• Register at least one week prior to the first class meeting for all Continuing Education courses. The college reserves the right to cancel a course based on enrollment. All registrations must be received before a course reaches 10% of its scheduled hours.

Course Repetition Policy

• Repeating occupational courses more than one time at the regular registration fee is prohibited by state regulations. Students taking a course more than twice in a five-year period will be required to pay the total cost of the course. This rule applies to courses taken since July 1, 1993. This regulation does not apply to licensure and certification courses. • Students may enroll in personal enrichment classes an unlimited number of times provided space is available and new students in a particular class are not displaced. Preference will be given to first-time enrollees. Repeat students will be allowed to enroll on the first scheduled class date if space permits.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

• The Division of Continuing Education will award Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for appropriate programs. The Commission on Colleges defines the CEU as follows: “One Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is ten (10) contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction.” CEUs reported to the Department of Public Instruction require a certificate of credit issued by the Division of Continuing Education. Students should notify instructors at the beginning of a course if CEUs are needed for public instruction certification.

Fee Schedule $65.00 for 1–24 hours $120.00 for 25–50 hours $175.00 for 51 or more hours

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For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Continuing Education Fall Schedule 2010 REGISTRATION INFORMATION • Registration for Fall 2010 Continuing Education courses begins on the following dates: August 3: Medical classes August 4: All other classes (Classes begin throughout the year.)

Ways to Register

Walk-In Registration

• Walk-In Registration allows registration at a Continuing Education office prior to a course’s start date. Cash, money order, check, or Visa/MasterCard are accepted forms of payment.

• Students may register at the following locations according to the following schedules on or after the following dates: Tuesday, August 3 for medical classes and Wednesday, August 4 for all other classes Chatham County – Pittsboro Campus (764 West St., Pittsboro, NC) Monday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Health/Small Business Bldg. (Building Two) 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Main Bldg. (Building One) Friday 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon Health/Small Business Bldg. (Building Two) Chatham County – Siler City Center (502 W. Third St., Siler City, NC) Monday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. •

Friday

8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon

Harnett County Campus – Continuing Education Bldg. Reception Area (1075 E. Cornelius Harnett Blvd., Lillington, NC) Monday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. • Friday 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Lee County – Lifelong Learning Center at W.B. Wicker (900 S. Vance Street, Suite 280, Sanford NC) Monday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. • Friday 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Call-In Registration

• Call-In Registration requires payment with Visa or MasterCard. Have the course number and title available when placing this call. Use the following numbers:

Chatham County: (919) 545-8044 Harnett County: (910) 814-8823 Lee County: (919) 775-2122, ext. 7793

Online Registration • Registration for a limited number of Fall classes will be done online through WebAdvisor.

Visit www.cccc.edu, click on the WebAdvisor logo at the top of the website, and then follow instructions to register for the classes identified by (Online Registration) after the course number.

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Continuing Education Fall Schedule 2010 CONTACT INFORMATION

Adult Education/Basic Skills Programs

• Chatham County: Sara Lambert.............(919) 742-2715, ext. 23 • Harnett County: Melody McGee.......... (910) 814-1123 • Lee County: Evangeline Smith...... (919) 777-7703

Career Readiness Certification

• Patricia Stone-Hackett (919) 718-7324

Customized Training

• Chatham, Harnett, and Lee counties: Cathy Swindell .........(919) 718-7212

• Chatham, Harnett, and Lee counties: Larry Tipton............... (919) 777-7706

Human Resources Development (HRD) Courses • Chatham County: Delphine Womack..... (919) 545-8047 • Harnett County: Nicole Brown............ (910) 814-8852 • Lee County: Jim Womack..............(919) 775-2122, ext. 7798

Occupational Courses

• Chatham County: Carl Thompson, Sr.....(919) 545-8015 • Harnett County: Len Royals................. (910) 814-8832 • Lee County: Cindy Ramsey........... (919) 775-2122, ext. 7790

Ed2Go

Ramona Leftwich........... (919) 545-8033

Emergency Services Training

• EMS, Fire, Law Enforcement, and Rescue Training Landis Phillips...........(919) 776-5601

Enrichment Courses

GED Testing Information

• Chatham County: Maggie Zwilling........(919) 545-8048 • Harnett County: Barbara Avery............(910) 814-8823 • Lee County: Charlotte Baggett....... (919) 775-2122, ext. 7789

Para mas informacion en espanol–

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Small Business Workshops, Seminars, and Counseling • Chatham County: Gary Kibler................ (919) 545-8013 • Harnett County: Nancy Blackman ......(910) 892-2884 • Lee County: Jim Felton..................(919) 774-6442

Registration Phone Numbers Chatham County: (919) 545-8044 Harnett County: (910) 814-8823 Lee County: (919) 775-2122, ext. 7793

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For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Continuing Education Fall Schedule 2010 SERVICES TO STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES • No individual shall, by reason of disability, be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity for which otherwise qualified. The college may make program adjustments in instructional delivery and may provide supplemental services to enable students with disabilities to participate in activities compatible with students’ conditions and interests. • Every candidate for General Educational Development (GED) should have a fair opportunity to demonstrate his/her knowledge and skills under appropriate test conditions. For some candidates, a disability may interfere with their ability to fully demonstrate what they know under standard testing conditions. • Accommodations in testing are available for adults with documented physical disabilities as well as learning disabilities, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and emotional or psychological disabilities. Each request is considered on an individual basis.

Books Pens Paper T-Shirts Books Hats Umbrellas Pencils Books Flash Drives Index Cards Purses Highlighters Books Bookbags Binders Mugs Kits Books

• If you would like to request accommodations or need additional information, contact one of the following individuals: Chatham County ­— Pittsboro

Judy Herndon (919) 545-8028

Chatham County — Siler City

Georgia Durso (919) 742-2715, ext. 21

Harnett County

Carma Baggett (910) 814-1123

Lee County Sue Tipton (919) 777-7707 You may also contact Larry Tipton, GED Chief Examiner, at (919) 777-7706 or via email at ltipton@cccc.edu.

Books and So Much More! Stop in the bookstore for all the things you need and stuff you want: textbooks, apparel, supplies, gifts and other merchandise. Monday: 7:30 am – 7:00 pm Tuesday – Friday: 7:30 am – 3:30 pm (919) 718-7275 • www.cccc.edu/bookstore Bookstores are located on Lillington, Pittsboro, and Sanford campuses

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Continuing Education Fall Schedule 2010 Location Codes

Location Key

Course Codes C H L S X

Chatham County Harnett County Lee County Small Business Centers Emergency Services Training

Days of the Week Codes M T W Th F Sa Su

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

How To Use This Schedule

CHOS Chatham Hospital DUNN Dunn Cosmetology DWCC Dennis Wicker Civic Center ECTR Enrichment Center ESTC Emergency Services Training Center HMC Harnett Main Campus HYBRID Hybrid Class JON Jonesboro Center LAEC Lillington Adult Education Center LDF Leaning Dogwood Farm LLC Lifelong Learning Center at W.B. Wicker LMC Lee Main Campus MMOA Moncure Museum of Art ONLINE Class is held online PMC Pittsboro Main Campus PTBO Class is held in Pittsboro SACC Sanford Area Chamber of Commerce SC Class located in Siler City SCC Siler City Center SMNR Sandhills Manor STVC Stevens Center TSEC Triangle South (Dunn) WBWICK Lifelong Learning Center at W.B. Wicker WFRG Wes Farrell Range

Course Title - Name of the course. Course Description - Information about the class, including required materials.

Course Code - Location of course followed by numerical section number. Day - The day(s) a class will meet each week. Cost - The price listed is the cost of the class. This amount does not include the cost of textbooks, supplies, or materials, if required, for the class.

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Open Studio Session I This time provides currently enrolled pottery students with the opportunity to hone their skills while working on class projects. Course #: C-3757 Start • End Date: 08/21/10 • 10/02/10 Day: Sa Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 40.00 Location Code: SC Building Location: Arts Incubator

Building Location The specific location where the class will meet.

Date - Beginning and ending date of the course. Time - The time the class will meet. Class times include morning, afternoon, and evening hours.

Location Code - The location where the class will meet. The abbreviation represents the location. The abbreviations are listed in the Location Key above.

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Adult Education Chatham County: Adult Basic Education (ABE) Improve your reading, writing, and math skills through classroom instruction. Start • End Date: 09/01/10 • 12/16/10 Day: TWTh Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Cost: Free Location Code: SCC Building Location: Siler City Center, Rm 6

Start • End Date: Day: TTh Cost: Free Building Location:

09/01/10 • 12/16/10 Time: 5:00P – 8:00P Location Code: SCC Siler City Center, Rm 4

Start • End Date: 09/01/10 • 12/16/10 Day: MW Time: 5:00P – 8:00P Cost: Free Location Code: PMC Building Location: Pittsboro Campus, Rm 216

Adult High School Diploma (AHSD) Complete the high school credits necessary to receive your Adult High School Diploma. Classes are offered day, evening, and online. Start • End Date: 08/11/10 • 12/15/10 Day: MTWTh Time: 8:30A – 1:30P Day: MW Time: 5:00P – 8:00P Cost: Free Location Code: PMC; SCC Building Location: Pittsboro Campus, Rm 213 / Siler City Center, Rm 11 Compensatory Education Compensatory Education classes serve adults with cognitive disabilities. Classes help students acquire the skills needed to be successful in daily living. Start • End Date: 09/01/10 • 12/16/10 Day: M–F Time: 8:30A – 3:00P (1:00P on Friday) Day: MW Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: SCC Building Location: Siler City Center, Rm 4

Fall 2010 English as a Second Language (ESL) Learn to read and write in English. Improve your English speaking skills. Aprende a leer y escribir en ingles. Start • End Date: 09/01/10 • 12/16/10 Day: M–F Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Day: MTWTh Time: 3:00P – 9:00P Cost: Clases son gratis Location Code: SCC Building Location: Siler City Center General Educational Development (GED) The GED high school credential can help move you to the next level – college or a better job. Start • End Date: 09/01/10 • 12/16/10 Day: TWTh Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Day: MTh Time: 4:30P – 7:30P Cost: Free Location Code: SCC Building Location: Siler City Center, Rm 1

Start • End Date: 09/01/10 • 12/16/10 Day: TTh Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Day: TTh Time: 5:00P – 8:00P Cost: Free Location Code: PMC Building Location: Pittsboro Campus, Rm 216

Note: Graduates of Adult High School Diploma and General Educational Development programs who participate in the graduation ceremonies will receive a voucher for one free college course (Continuing Education or Curriculum) to be taken at Central Carolina Community College within one year after graduation.

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Adult Education Harnett County: Adult Basic Education (ABE) Improve your reading, writing, and math skills through classroom instruction. Start • End Date: 09/01/10 • 12/16/10 Day: MTWTh Time: 8:30A – 1:30P Cost: Free Location Code: LAEC Building Location: Rm 0019 Adult High School Diploma (AHSD) Complete the high school credits necessary to receive your Adult High School Diploma. Classes are offered day, evening, and online. Start • End Date: 09/01/10 • 12/17/10 Day: M–F Time: 8:30A – 1:30P Cost: Free Location Code: LAEC Building Location: Rm 0014 Compensatory Education Compensatory Education classes serve adults with cognitive disabilities. Classes help students acquire the skills needed to be successful in daily living. Start • End Date: 09/01/10 • 12/21/10 Day: M–F Time: 8:30A – 3:30P Cost: Free Location Code: LAEC Building Location: Rm 0021

Fall 2010 English as a Second Language (ESL) Learn to read and write in English. Improve your English speaking skills. Aprende a leer y escribir en ingles. Start • End Date: 08/16/10 • 12/16/10 Day: MTWTh Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: Free Location Code: LAEC Building Location: Rm 0013 General Educational Development (GED) The GED high school equivalency can help move you to the next level – college and/or obtain a better job. Start • End Date: 09/01/10 • 12/16/10 Day: MTWTh Time: 8:30A – 1:30P Cost: Free Location Code: LAEC Building Location: Rm 0016 Note: Graduates of Adult High School Diploma and General Educational Development programs who participate in graduation ceremonies will receive a voucher for one free college course (Continuing Education or Curriculum) to be taken at Central Carolina Community College within one year after graduation.

Harnett Continuing Education: Fall Highlights Basic Self-Defense for Women Students will learn techniques to defend and protect themselves. Clothing appropriate for movement required and students may bring a water bottle. A one-day class on 09/18/10. Saturday from 9:00 AM–3:30 PM. The fee is $25.00 and the course # is H-3951. Beginning Photography Learn to take great pictures by taking this six-week course. A camera is required. Starting 10/04/10 and ending 11/08/10. Monday nights from 7:00P–9:00P. The fee is $40.00 and the course # H-3950. Small Engine Repair I This class is for the do-it yourself person who wants to learn how to repair small engines. Starting 09/13/10 and ending 11/22/10. Monday nights from 6:00P–10:00P. The fee is $120.00 and the course # is H-3948.

Coming Soon... Weathering Your Home • Manicurists Courses • Candy Making Call for information: (910) 814-8823

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For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Adult Education Lee County: Adult Basic Education (ABE) Improve your reading, writing, and math skills through classroom instruction. Start • End Date: 08/02/10 • 10/28/10 Day: M–F Time: 8:15A – 12:15P Day: M–F Time: 1:15P – 3:15P Evening: MTWTh Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location: WBWICK Adult High School Diploma (AHSD) Complete high school credits necessary to receive your Adult High School Diploma. Classes are offered day, evening, and online. Start • End Date: 08/02/10 • 10/28/10 Day: M–F Time: 8:15A – 12:15P Day: M–F Time: 1:15P – 3:15P Evening: MTWTh Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location: WBWICK Compensatory Education Compensatory Education classes serve adults with intellectual challenges. Classes help students acquire skills needed to be successful in daily living. Start • End Date: 08/14/10 • 10/28/10 Day: M–F Time: 8:00A – 12:00N Cost: Free Location: WBWICK

Fall 2010 English as a Second Language (ESL) Learn to read and write in English. Improve your English speaking, reading and writing skills. Aprende a hablar y leer y escribir en ingles. Start • End Date: 09/01/10 • 11/30/10 Day: M–F Time: 8:15A – 12:15P Day: MTWTh Time: 1:15P – 3:15P Evening: MTWTh Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: Clases son gratis. Location: WBWICK General Educational Development (GED) The GED high school diploma equivalency can help move you to the next level – college or a better job. Start • End Date: 08/01/10 • 10/31/10 Day: M–F Time: 8:15A – 12:15P Day: M–F Time: 1:15P – 3:15P Evening: MTWTh Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location: WBWICK Special Notification: Central Carolina Community College’s Jonesboro Center has moved to the Lifelong Learning Center at W.B. Wicker, located at 900 South Vance Street in Sanford. Please call (919) 777-7702 or (919) 777-7707 for information or if you have questions. Note: Graduates of Adult High School Diploma and General Educational Development programs who participate in graduation ceremonies will receive a voucher for one free college course (Continuing Education or Curriculum) to be taken at Central Carolina Community College within one year after graduation.

We Have Moved... From Jonesboro to the Lifelong Learning Center at W.B. Wicker Our Adult Education programs offer a variety of opportunities for lifelong learning. 900 South Vance Street Sanford, NC 27330 (919) 775-2122

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Artistry and Craftsmanship Basket Weaving Class is designed for the beginning basket maker, as well as the intermediate/advanced basket maker. Beginner will learn to make baskets that teach the basic techniques of basket weaving. Intermediate/advance basket makers will deal with more complicated designs. This is a great class for those looking for a different hobby–both young and senior population. Course #: C-3772 Start • End Date: 08/16/10 • 10/26/10 Day: M Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Cost: 75.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 226

Course #: C-3773 Start • End Date: Day: M Cost: 75.00 Building Location:

08/16/10 • 10/26/10 Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Location Code: PMC Bldg 1 Rm 226

Course #: C-3774 Start • End Date: Day: T Cost: 75.00 Building Location:

08/17/10 • 10/19/10 Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Location Code: PMC Bldg 1 Rm 226

Course #: C-3775 Start • End Date: Day: T Cost: 75.00 Building Location:

08/17/10 • 10/19/10 Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Location Code: PMC Bldg 1 Rm 216

Cake Decorating I Students will learn the basic techniques of cake decorating for home or work. Course #: C-3764 Start • End Date: 08/19/10 • 09/30/10 Day: W Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 55.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 226

Fall 2010

Course #: L-3171 Start • End Date: 09/27/10 • 11/01/10 Day: M Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 49.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 120

Cake Decorating II Students will enhance the skills achieved in Cake Decorating I. Techniques learned will include borders, flowers, basket weave, and fondant flowers. Course #: C-3765 Start • End Date: 10/06/10 • 11/10/09 Day: W Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 226

Course #: L-3172 Start • End Date: 11/08/10 • 12/13/10 Day: M Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 120

Glassblowing – Beginning Learn the basics of glass blowing. This class is designed to give those with no experience the tools to make solid and blown glass objects. Students will make at least one solid glass object and one blown glass object. Course #: C-3760 Start • End Date: 09/04/10 • 09/04/10 Day: Sa Time: 1:00P – 5:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: PTBO Building Location: Davis Studio

Course #: C-3761 Start • End Date: 09/18/10 • 09/18/10 Day: Sa Time: 1:00P – 5:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: PTBO Building Location: Davis Studio

Course #: H-3941 Start • End Date: 09/21/10 • 11/23/10 Day: T Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: 50.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 219

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For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Artistry and Craftsmanship Handweaving While learning the basics of handweaving, beginning students will produce projects; more advanced students will hone their skills working on projects. Course #: C-3763 Start • End Date: 09/07/10 • 10/26/10 Day: T Time: 6:30P – 8:30P Cost: 75.00 Location Code: SC Building Location: Arts Incubator Jewelry Making – Beginning Learn to make your own jewelry with wire works and bead works in this fun class. Course #: H-3946 Start • End Date: 10/07/10 • 11/11/10 Day: Th Time: 6:30P – 8:30P Cost: 40.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm TBD

Fall 2010

Jewelry Making – Rings and Things that Jingle Students will learn how to make various forms of necklaces, bracelets, and rings in class and learn how to continue making them on their own when the class has completed. Course #: L-3182 Start • End Date: 09/22/10 • 11/10/10 Day: W Time: 6:00P – 8:00P Cost: 49.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Bldg A Rm 105A Metal Art with a Twist In these creative, fun, and hands-on workshops, students will learn the process and design of outdoor art and fixtures, including design, layout, and construction. Metal fee $30.00. Course #: C-3746 Start • End Date: 09/15/10 • 11/17/10 Day: W Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 121.25 Location Code: SC Building Location: Sage Academy

Save the Date of November 11, 2010 for the Ethnic Arts Troupe of Jishou University Performance Come and enjoy an evening of music and dance performed by the Ethnic Arts Troupe of Jishou University. This award-winning troupe from China’s Hunan province is sure to offer the audience a performance full of ethnic flavor and arts. Event will be held at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center in Sanford, NC. Sign up to receive more information about this event and the Confucius Classroom at www.cccc.edu/confucius or call (919) 718-7448.

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Artistry and Craftsmanship Painting – Acrylics/Oils/Pastels Provides students with individual instruction of many types of techniques to achieve the desired painting results. Course #: L-3119 Start • End Date: 09/16/10 • 11/18/10 Day: Th Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Cost: 59.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Bldg A Rm 105A

Course #: L-3120 Start • End Date: 09/16/10 • 11/18/10 Day: Th Time: 1:00P – 4:00P Cost: 59.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Bldg A Rm 105A

Painting – Oriental Brush Provides students with instruction on the fine art of bamboo and orchid painting Course #: L-3153 Start • End Date: 09/13/10 • 11/15/10 Day: M Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Cost: 59.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Bldg A Rm 105A Painting – Watercolor Provides beginning and experienced students with an emphasis on developing a better understanding and mastery of basic watercolor techniques. Course #: L-3116 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 11/16/10 Day: T Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Cost: 59.00 Location Code: ECTR Building Location: Enrichment Center

Course #: L-3117 Start • End Date: 09/15/10 • 11/17/10 Day: W Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Cost: 59.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Bldg A Rm 105A

Course #: L-3118 Start • End Date: 09/16/10 • 11/18/10 Day: Th Time: 5:00P – 8:00P Cost: 59.00 Location Code: ECTR Building Location: Enrichment Center

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Fall 2010

Photography – Art of Photography Students will learn how to use their digital cameras to create works of art in the field of photography. Students need some knowledge of their cameras and photographic terminology although these topics will be covered briefly at the beginning of class. Course #: L-3127 Start • End Date: 09/07/10 • 11/02/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 8:00P Cost: 49.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Bldg A Rm 107A Photography – Beginning Students will gain a better understanding of the camera, its abilities, lenses, filters, processing (traditional and digital), special effects, and the final print. Course #: H-3950 Start • End Date: 10/04/10 • 11/08/10 Day: M Time: 7:00P – 9:00P Cost: 40.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm TBD Pottery – Carbonton Wood Firing This class is for those students who want to familiarize themselves with wood firing techniques. Coursework includes mixing glazes, loading kiln, and working together during firing cleanup. Course #: C-3752 Start • End Date: 10/22/10 • 10/31/10 Day: FSaSu Time: Variable Cost: 91.25 Location Code: SC Building Location: Arts Incubator Pottery – Fall Into Clay Session I This course will explore new techniques, designs, concepts, and skills used on the potter’s wheel. Clay fee $10.00. Course #: C-3753 Start • End Date: 08/20/10 • 09/24/10 Day: F Time: 12:00P – 3:00P Cost: 70.00 Location Code: SC Building Location: Arts Incubator

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Artistry and Craftsmanship Pottery – Fall Into Clay Session II This course will explore new techniques, designs, concepts, and skills used on the potter’s wheel. Clay fee $10.00. Course #: C-3754 Start • End Date: 10/15/10 • 11/19/10 Day: F Time: 12:00P – 3:00P Cost: 70.00 Location Code: SC Building Location: Arts Incubator Pottery – Hot & Salty Students learn how to glaze and fire in a cone 10 salt kiln. Clay fee $10.00. Course #: C-3756 Start • End Date: 11/05/10 • 11/19/10 Day: FSaSu Time: Variable Cost: 152.00 Location Code: SC Building Location: Arts Incubator Pottery – Open Studio Session I This time provides currently enrolled pottery students with the opportunity to hone their skills while working on class projects. Course #: C-3757 Start • End Date: 08/21/10 • 10/02/10 Day: Sa Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 40.00 Location Code: SC Building Location: Arts Incubator Pottery – Open Studio Session II This time provides currently enrolled pottery students with the opportunity to hone their skills while working on class projects. Course #: C-3758 Start • End Date: 10/16/10 • 11/20/10 Day: Sa Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 40.00 Location Code: SC Building Location: Arts Incubator

Fall 2010

Pottery – Raku Firing This course expands on basic firing techniques and teaches students how to prepare glazes while making, decorating, and raku firing pots. Clay fee $10.00. Course #: C-3749 Start • End Date: 09/24/10 • 09/25/10 Day: FSa Time: 3:00P – 7:00P (F); 9:00 A – 5:00P (Sa) Cost: 56.25 Location Code: SC Building Location: Arts Incubator Pottery – Scratching the Surface Ronan Peterson will show students how to enliven the surfaces of their ceramic vessels with a focus on developing interesting surfaces and effects using electric kilns and firing in oxidation. Information will be geared toward functional wheelthrowing pottery, but the techniques can be applied to sculptural and handbuilt work. Course #: C-3759 Start • End Date: 10/09/10 • 10/10/10 Day: SaSu Time: 9:00A – 6:00P Cost: 165.00 Location Code: SC Building Location: Arts Incubator Pottery – Throwing and Altering 101 This class is designed to change the way you may look at a pot fresh off wheel by altering its shape through various techniques. You must be able to throw independently. Course #: C-3755 Start • End Date: 09/18/10 • 09/19/10 Day: SaSu Time: 10:00A – 7:00P Cost: 55.00 Location Code: SC Building Location: Arts Incubator Pottery – Wheelthrowing (Beginning Session I) Beginning potters learn to throw basic forms on the wheel, create and attach handles, trim pots on the wheel, and standard glazing techniques. Clay fee $10.00. Course #: C-3747 Start • End Date: 08/16/10 • 09/27/10 Day: M Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 70.00 Location Code: SC Building Location: Arts Incubator

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Artistry and Craftsmanship Pottery – Wheelthrowing (Beginning Session II) Beginning potters learn to throw basic forms on the wheel, create and attach handles, trim pots on the wheel, and standard glazing techniques. Clay fee $10.00. Course #: C-3748 Start • End Date: 10/11/10 • 11/22/10 Day: M Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 70.00 Location Code: SC Building Location: Arts Incubator Pottery – Wheelthrowing (Intermediate Session I) This course is designed to challenge students who have some wheel experience and to build on previous skills through repetition and reflection. Students will learn to match the amount of clay with size of piece as well as re-centering, trimming, and finishing. Clay fee $10.00. Course #: C-3750 Start • End Date: 08/18/10 • 09/22/10 Day: W Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 70.00 Location Code: SC Building Location: Arts Incubator Pottery – Wheelthrowing (Intermediate Session II) This course is designed to challenge students who have some wheel experience and to build on previous skills through repetition and reflection. Students will learn adhering and combining forms, adding handles, darting, and sprigging. Clay fee $10.00. Course #: C-3751 Start • End Date: 10/13/10 • 11/17/10 Day: W Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 70.00 Location Code: SC Building Location: Arts Incubator Sewing Beginning and experienced students will learn to use patterns, cut fabrics, use the sewing machines and serger, and construct garments or other items of interest. Course #: L-3121 Start • End Date: 09/13/10 • 11/01/10 Day: M Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: 49.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 214

Fall 2010

Course #: L-3123 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 11/02/10 Day: T Time: 2:00P – 4:30P Cost: 49.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 214

Course #: L-3125 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 11/02/10 Day: T Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: 49.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 214

Course #: L-3122 Start • End Date: 11/08/10 • 12/13/10 Day: M Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: 39.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 214

Course #: L-3124 Start • End Date: 11/09/10 • 12/14/10 Day: T Time: 2:00P – 4:30P Cost: 39.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 214 Course #: L-3126 Start • End Date: 11/09/10 • 12/14/10 Day: T Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: 39.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 214

Welding – Beginning In these creative, fun, and hands-on workshops, students will learn how to use a MIG welder and a plasma cutter in order to create a functional piece of art with steel. Metal fee $30.00. Course #: C-3745 Start • End Date: 09/13/10 • 11/22/10 Day: M Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 136.25 Location Code: SC Building Location: Sage Academy

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For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Center for Creative Retirement (CCR) Basket Weaving Class is designed for the beginning basket maker, as well as the intermediate/advanced basket maker. Beginners will learn to make baskets that teach the basic techniques of basket weaving. Intermediate/advance basket makers will deal with more complicated designs. This is a great class for those looking for a different hobby–both young and senior population. Course #: C-3772 Start • End Date: 08/16/10 • 10/26/10 Day: M Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Cost: 75.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 226

Course #: C-3773 Start • End Date: 08/16/10 • 10/26/10 Day: M Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 75.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 226

Course #: C-3774 Start • End Date: 08/17/10 • 10/19/10 Day: T Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Cost: 75.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 226

Course #: C-3775 Start • End Date: 08/17/10 • 10/19/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 75.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 216

Fall 2010

Floral Design This course is designed to help students learn different floral designs. Course #: H-3945 Start • End Date: 09/16/10 • 11/04/10 Day: Th Time: 6:30P – 8:30P Cost: 50.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 240 Memories that Matter: Enriching Memoir Melissa Delbridge, author of memoir Family Bible, will share her expertise in teaching students to understand the difference between autobiography and memoir. Melissa will use “triggers” and exercises to tap into memories and add vivid detail to memoir. These classes are for anyone who wants to master the skills to bring life to their memories. Course #: C-3741 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 11/16/10 Day: Th Time: 7:00P – 9:00P Cost: 135.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 226 Painting – Oil Participants will learn basic oil painting skills. Course #: H-3947 Start • End Date: 09/16/10 • 11/18/10 Day: Th Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 60.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 219

Do you want to learn something new? Do you want to meet others with similar interests? If so, the Center for Creative Retirement may be for you.

For more information, call (919) 718-7225.

www.cccc.edu

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Center for Creative Retirement (CCR) Second Blooming for Women: Growing a Life That Matters After Fifty Whether you’re past fifty or planning for fifty, come learn step-by-step strategies to consciously and purposefully plan your future and be personally fulfilled while making valuable contributions to your community. Learn how to create paths to an abundant new stage of life. Course #: L-3199 Start • End Date: 10/07/10 • 10/07/10 Day: Th Time: 1:00P – 4:00P Cost: 39.00 Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Quad 1

Fall 2010

Tai Chi for Health Classes focus on relaxing the body, deepening the breath, increasing flexibility, and improving muscle strength, balance, and coordination. Anyone, regardless of age or physical ability, can practice Tai Chi. Course #: C-3762 Start • End Date: 08/18/10 • 11/03/10 Day: W Time: 6:30P – 7:45P Cost: 50.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Multipurpose Rm

Course #: L-3200 Start • End Date: 10/07/10 • 10/07/10 Day: Th Time: 5:30P – 8:30P Cost: 39.00 Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Quad 1

Center for Creative Retirement Free seminars

The seminars listed below are free. Please let us know that you plan to attend by calling (910) 814-8823 in Harnett County or (919) 775-2122 ext. 7193 in Lee County. This will not obligate you, but will provide us with information necessary for adequate preparation.

Harnett County:

Prepare for Retirement and Beyond

Three separate seminars hosted by Mariann R. Hundhausen, CLTC. Long-term Care Planning September 15 Financial Security throughout Retirement, Part I October 6 Financial Security throughout Retirement, Part II October 27

9:30A – 11:30A 9:30A – 11:30A 9:30A – 11:30A

HMC • TBD HMC • TBD HMC • TBD

10:00A – 12:00P 10:00A – 12:00P 10:00A – 12:00P

LLC • Main Bldg Rm 120 LLC • Main Bldg Rm 120 LLC • Main Bldg Rm 120

10:00A – 11:00A 10:00A – 11:00A 10:00A – 11:00A

LLC • Main Bldg Rm 120 LLC • Main Bldg Rm 120 LLC • Main Bldg Rm 120

Lee County: Financial Literacy

Three separate seminars hosted by Dargan Moore, CFP. Long Term Care September 14 Wills, Trusts, and Legal Assets October 12 Retirement Questions and Answers November 9

History of Lee County

One 3-day seminar presented by Jimmy Haire.

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September 21 September 28 October 5

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Computer & Technology

Fall 2010

Computers – Introduction Students will become familiar with the basic uses of personal computers. Students will acquire a basic knowledge of computer hardware and a brief introduction to operating systems. Course #: H-3873 Start • End Date: 09/03/10 • 11/05/10 Day: F Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 229 Course #: C-3261 Start • End Date: 09/09/10 • 11/11/10 Day: Th Time: 6:00P – 7:30P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: SCC Building Location: TBD

Internet with Applications This course is designed for the beginner to learn how to access and utilize the internet and World Wide Web at home or on the job to communicate electronically. It covers security, software tools, e-mail, news groups, searches, homepages, HTML, and other essential basics to navigate the Internet safely. The class will concentrate on letting students practice e-mailing, as well as searching and finding information from various sources. Class is designed for individuals with little or no background in Internet communications. Course #: L-3173 Start • End Date: 09/13/10 • 10/18/10 Day: M Time: 5:00P – 8:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Bldg A Rm 107A

Course #: C-3264 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 11/16/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P - 8:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Rm 208

Course #: L-3185 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 10/21/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P - 8:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Rm 104

Microsoft Excel – Introduction Students will learn to plan and create spreadsheets, populate cells, merge cells, write and troubleshoot formulas, use templates, and merge worksheets within a workbook. MS Excel 2007 will be used. Course #: C-3260 Start • End Date: 09/09/10 • 11/11/10 Day: Th Time: 7:35P – 9:05P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: SCC Building Location: TBD

Course #: C-3262 Start • End Date: 10/06/10 • 12/01/10 Day: W Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Rm 209

Course #: C-3265 Start • End Date: 09/16/10 • 11/18/10 Day: Th Time: 6:00P – 8:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Rm 208

Course #: L-3174 Start • End Date: 10/25/10 • 11/29/10 Day: M Time: 5:00P – 8:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Bldg A Rm 107A

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Computer & Technology Microsoft Office – Introduction Students will become familiar with and acquire a basic knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher. Course #: C-3266 Start • End Date: 09/08/10 • 11/10/10 Day: W Time: 6:00P – 8:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Rm 208 Microsoft Word & Excel Student is introduced to Word as a computer application used for composing, editing, formatting, and printing. Also, the student will learn to create spreadsheets, merge worksheets, use templates, and more in Excel. Course #: S-3470 Start • End Date: 08/23/10 • 09/20/10 Day: M Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: TSEC Building Location: Triangle South Enterprise Center

Course #: H-3874 Start • End Date: 09/13/10 • 11/15/10 Day: M Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 229

Microsoft Word – Introduction This course is designed to introduce the student to Microsoft Word as a computer application used for composition, editing, formatting, and printing. Course #: C-3263 Start • End Date: 10/06/10 • 12/01/10 Day: W Time: 1:00P – 4:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Rm 209

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Fall 2010

PowerPoint Learn to create professional presentations. Course #: S-3472 Start • End Date: 09/27/10 • 10/25/10 Day: M Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: TSEC Building Location: Triangle South Enterprise Center QuickBooks Pro – Introduction Coordinate your accounting needs with this powerful software package. Discover how to set up books, process billing, manage accounts receivable and accounts payable, inventory, bank reconciliation, and financial statements. Course #: S-3471 Start • End Date: 09/01/10 • 09/29/10 Day: W Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: TSEC Building Location: Triangle South Enterprise Center

Course #: L-3175 Start • End Date: 09/23/10 • 11/11/10 Day: Th Time: 5:00P – 8:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Bldg A Rm 107A

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Distance Education/Ed2Go

Fall 2010

Education To Go — Online Classes - www.ed2go.com/cccc

See Page 3 for registration information. Students must have an email address to register. For class descriptions and instructor profiles, visit www.ed2go.com/cccc. For more information or to register, contact the Chatham, Harnett, or Lee Continuing Education offices or Ramona Leftwich, CCCC Education To Go representative, at (919) 545-8033. Fall start dates: August (08/18/10), September (09/15/10), October (10/20/10), November (11/10/10), and December (12/08/10). Registration deadline is at least 48 hours prior to start date. For a complete list of classes and detailed descriptions, go to www.ed2go.com/cccc.

Hundreds of Classes.... A Writer’s Guide to Descriptive Settings Accounting Fundamentals Administrative Assistant Applications Adolescents, Understanding Aging Parents, Assisting An Introduction to Teaching ESL/EFL Anatomy and Physiology, Human Arts and Crafts Business, Start Your Own ASP.NET, Introduction to Braille Transcription, Beginning Business C++ Programming Caterer, Secrets of the Children, Writing for Classroom Discipline Problems II, Solving Communication Computer Skills Constitutional Law: Bill of Rights Consulting Practice, Start Your Own Creating the Inclusive Classroom Criminal Law, Introduction to CSS and XHTML Customer Service, Managing Database Development, Introduction to Debt Elimination Techniques That Work

Designing Effective Websites Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom Difficult People, Achieving Success with Digital Photography, Discover Drawing for the Absolute Beginner Dreamweaver eBay Drop Off Store, Start Your Own Editing, The Keys to Effective Employment Law Fundamentals European Art, Enjoying Evidence Law Finance, Personal Flash MX 2004, Introduction to Forensic Science for Writers French Genealogy Basics Get Funny! Grammar Grant Writing GRE Preparation - Part 1 & 2 Handling Medical Emergencies Home-Based Business, Start and Operate your own Homeschool With Success Human Resources Function, Understanding Illustrator CS3, Introduction to InDesign CS3, Introduction to

Individual Excellence Internet Japanese, Conversational Job Search, 12 Steps to a Successful Journaling Kids on the Internet, Guiding Language Development in Childhood, Enhancing Leadership Learning Disabled Students, Working Successfully With Learning Materials, Creating K-12 Life Story, Write Your Linux, Introduction to LSAT Preparation - Part 1 & Part 2 Luscious, Low-Fat, Lightning-Quick Meals Magazine Writing, The Craft of Manufacturing Fundamentals Mastery of Business Applications Math, Everyday Medical Coding Microsoft Programs Money Management, Keys to Successful Music Made Easy Nurse Consulting, Legal

... And Many More!

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Distance Education/Ed2Go Anatomy & Physiology – Introduction This course is designed to introduce basic anatomy and physiology. Emphasis is placed on the relationship between body structure and function and the proceedures common to healthcare. This is not a college transferable course. Course #: H-3863 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 08/22/10 • 12/12/10 Day: Online Time: Online Cost: 175.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 229 Orientation: 08/16/10 • 9:00A – 11:00A Employability Skills Online This course will focus on personal and professional development in the areas of time management, goal setting, communication skills, conflict resolution, resume preparation, interview strategies, and much more. Course #: H-3882 Start • End Date: 09/13/10 • 12/12/10 Day: Online Time: Online Location Code: HMC Building Location: Online Registration deadline: 09/03/10 Orientation: 09/10/10 Healthcare Billing & Coding Students will learn methods for selecting the appropriate CPT and ICD-9 codes and demonstrate proficiency in coding skills. Medical Terminology is a prerequisite for this class. Course #: H-3864 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 08/22/10 • 12/12/10 Day: Online Time: Online Cost: 175.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 229 Orientation: 08/16/10 • 9:00A – 11:00A

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Medical Terminology Medical Terminology covers specific words and phrases needed for effectively functioning and understanding the “language” of healthcare. Course #: H-3865 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 09/19/10 • 12/12/10 Day: Online Time: Online Cost: 175.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 229 Orientation: 09/13/10 • 9:00A – 11:00A Nurse Aide I Hybrid This course is designed to provide entry level nurse aide students with basic nursing skills required for personal care of patients, residents, or clients under the direction and supervision of a registered nurse. Course #: H-3861 Start • End Date: 10/03/10 • 01/23/10 Day: Online Time: Online Hybrid Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 229 Lab Days: T/Th: 5:30P – 9:30P Clinical: Sa/Su: 8:00A – 6:00P Orientation: 09/27/10 • 9:00A – 11:00A Nurse Aide I Refresher Hybrid To prepare the NA I whose North Carolina registry listing has expired to take the State Certification Exam. Course #: H-3862 Start • End Date: 10/03/10 • 11/28/10 Day: Online Time: Online Cost: 120.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 229 Lab Days: November 15 & 17, 2010 Lab Times: 6:00P – 9:00P Orientation: 09/27/10 • 9:00A – 11:00A

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Emergency Services Training Automotive Restoration Training Do you have an antique car, muscle car, or just a project car that you want to restore but don’t have the shop and tools to do the job? If so, you might be interested in the automotive restoration class at the ESTC. Automotive Restoration covers the basic skills applicable to automobile restoration, street rod, and custom car building as well as commercial auto body repair. Skills covered include dent removal, repairing rust damage, use of body filler, metal and fiberglass repair, basic wire and oxy-acetylene, fabricating and installing patch panels, trim removal, and installation as well as other skills fundamental to the auto repair industry. Students are required to supply all necessary hand tools for their projects; CCCC will provide the major auto body tools, including air tools as well as supplies such as sandpaper. Students must supply their own body filler, primer, and paint. For additional information and schedules of upcoming classes, contact the ESTC at (919) 776-5601 or (919) 777-7779.

Fall 2010

Emergency Medical Technician Training The Emergency Services Training Center offers the following EMT classes throughout the calendar year: Medical Responder (MR), Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Emergency Medical Technician-Intermediate (EMT-I), and Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic (EMT-P). All of the EMS classes are approved by the North Carolina Office of EMS and qualify the student for the OEMS state certification exam. Call Jerry Cornelison at the ESTC at (919) 777-7776 for additional class information, including dates and times.

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Emergency Services Training Motorcycle Safety Training Basic Rider Course (BRC) is designed for students who want to learn to ride a motorcycle and for re-entry riders who have not ridden in a long time. BRC students will ride motorcycles provided by the college. The BRC class meets on Friday 6:00P to 10:00P, Saturday and Sunday 8:00A to 6:00P, and 100% attendance is required. BRC graduates receive an exemption from the NC DMV riding exam when applying for a motorcycle license. Most insurance companies now offer discounts for BRC graduates. The motorcycle safety classes are offered at the CCCC Emergency Services Training Center (ESTC). The ESTC is located off Hwy 78 between Sanford and Tramway on Airport Rd. at the Old Sanford/Lee County Airport site. Classes are limited to 12 students and are filled on a firstcome basis. Pre-registration and pre-payment are required! To pre-register by credit card, please call (919) 776-5601. To pre-register in person, please go to the Emergency Services Training Center at 3000 Airport Rd. The class registration fee is $110.00. There is a 48 hour minimum cancellation notice in order to receive a fee refund. Course #: X-3001 Start • End Date: 08/20/10 • 08/22/10 Day: FSaSu Time: 6:00P – 10:00P (F); 8:00A – 6:00P (SaSu) Cost: 110.00 Location Code: ESTC Building Location: Emergency Services Training Course #: X-3002 Start • End Date: 08/27/10 • 08/29/10 Day: FSaSu Time: 6:00P – 10:00P (F); 8:00A – 6:00P (SaSu) Cost: 110.00 Location Code: ESTC Building Location: Emergency Services Training Course #: X-3003 Start • End Date: 09/24/10 • 09/26/10 Day: FSaSu Time: 6:00P – 10:00P (F); 8:00A – 6:00P (SaSu) Cost: 110.00 Location Code: ESTC Building Location: Emergency Services Training

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Course #: X-3004 Start • End Date: 10/01/10 • 10/03/10 Day: FSaSu Time: 6:00P – 10:00P (F); 8:00A – 6:00P (SaSu) Cost: 110.00 Location Code: ESTC Building Location: Emergency Services Training Course #: X-3005 Start • End Date: 10/08/10 • 10/10/10 Day: FSaSu Time: 6:00P – 10:00P (F); 8:00A – 6:00P (SaSu) Cost: 110.00 Location Code: ESTC Building Location: Emergency Services Training Course #: X-3006 Start • End Date: 10/15/10 • 10/17/10 Day: FSaSu Time: 6:00P – 10:00P (F); 8:00A – 6:00P (SaSu) Cost: 110.00 Location Code: ESTC Building Location: Emergency Services Training Course #: X-3007 Start • End Date: 11/05/10 • 11/07/10 Day: FSaSu Time: 6:00P – 10:00P (F); 8:00A – 6:00P (SaSu) Cost: 110.00 Location Code: ESTC Building Location: Emergency Services Training Course #: X-3008 Start • End Date: 11/12/10 • 11/15/10 Day: FSaSu Time: 6:00P – 10:00P (F); 8:00A – 6:00P (SaSu) Cost: 110.00 Location Code: ESTC Building Location: Emergency Services Training Course #: X-3009 Start • End Date: 11/19/10 • 11/21/10 Day: FSaSu Time: 6:00P – 10:00P (F); 8:00A – 6:00P (SaSu) Cost: 110.00 Location Code: ESTC Building Location: Emergency Services Training

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Health Occupations Anatomy & Physiology – Introduction This course is designed to introduce basic anatomy and physiology. Emphasis is placed on the relationship between body structure and function and the procedures common to healthcare. This is not a college transferable course. Course #: H-3863 Start • End Date: 08/22/10 • 12/12/10 Day: Online Time: Online Cost: 175.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 229 Orientation: 08/16/10 • 9:00A – 11:00A Cardiac Monitoring Technician Prepares the students academically and technically to recognize and report changes in a patient’s heart rhythm in a hospital setting. Course #: C-3706 Start • End Date: 11/08/10 • 12/10/10 Day: MTWThF Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 217 Orientation: 11/01/10 • 9:00A – 11:00A EKG Monitor Technician Teaches students to become proficient in reading and interpreting EKG rhythms. Upon successful completion, students will be qualified for employment in a telemetry unit of a hospital. Course #: L-3156 Start • End Date: 10/04/10 • 12/13/10 Day: MW Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 215 EKG Technician – Advanced Teaches a certified EKG technician advanced principles of EKG. Course #: L-3157 Start • End Date: 11/02/10 • 11/18/10 Day: TTh Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 215

Fall 2010 EKG Technician Prepares students to become a certified EKG technician, to operate an EKG machine, and run strips on patients in the hospital or doctors’ offices. Course #: L-3154 Start • End Date: 08/16/10 • 10/25/10 Day: MW Time: 1:00P – 4:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 215

Course #: L-3155 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 09/07/10 • 10/26/10 Day: TTh Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 215

HRD/CRC (required with L-3155) Course #: L-3178 Start • End Date: 09/08/10 • 10/13/10 Day: W Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 65.00 (Fee waiver possible) Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 118

Course #: C-3705 Start • End Date: 09/08/10 • 10/27/10 Day: MW Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Rm 205 Orientation: 08/30/10 • 5:00P – 7:00P

Course #: H-3866 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 11/02/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 240

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Health Occupations Healthcare Billing & Coding Students will learn methods for selecting the appropriate CPT and ICD-9 codes and demonstrate proficiency in coding skills. Medical Terminology is a prerequisite for this class. Course #: H-3864 Start • End Date: 08/22/10 • 12/12/10 Day: Online Time: Online Cost: 175.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 229 Orientation: 08/16/10 • 9:00A – 11:00A

Course #: C-3709 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 10/04/10 • 03/14/11 Day: MT Time: 5:30P – 9:30P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Rm 209 Orientation: 09/27/10 • 5:30P – 7:30P

Medical Insurance Billing This course prepares the student for an entry level billing position in a physician’s office. Successful completion of Medical Terminology and Medical Coding are prerequisites for this class. Course #: L-3158 Start • End Date: 08/24/10 • 10/28/10 Day: TTh Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Rm 108B Medical Insurance for Pharmacy Technician Expands and enhances the skills and opportunities of the pharmacy technician by teaching the student how to file pharmacy insurance claims. Course #: C-3701 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 10/28/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: CHOS & SCC Building Location: Chatham Hospital Cardiac Rehab, Siler City Center, Rm 007

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Fall 2010 Medical Office Learn office skills necessary to work in a clinical setting such as an optometrist office, doctor’s office, or clinic. You will learn the billing process, front office duties, scheduling, medical ethics, records management, and more. Course #: L-3159 Start • End Date: 09/08/10 • 12/08/10 Day: MW Time: 5:00P – 8:00P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Rm 108B Medical Terminology Medical Terminology covers specific words and phrases needed for effectively functioning and understanding the “language” of healthcare. Course #: H-3865 Start • End Date: 09/19/10 • 12/12/10 Day: Online Time: Online Cost: 175.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 229 Orientation: 09/13/10 • 9:00A – 11:00A Nurse Aide I This course is designed to provide entry level nurse aide students with basic nursing skills required for personal care of patients, residents, or clients under the direction and supervision of a registered nurse. Course #: L-2211 Start • End Date: 08/10/10 • 12/14/10 Day: TTh Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Rm 104A

Course #: L-3161 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 08/17/10 • 11/10/10 Day: TWTh Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Rm 104A

HRD/CRC (required with L-3161) Course #: L-3177 Start • End Date: 08/23/10 • 10/04/10 Day: M Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 65.00 (Fee waiver possible) Location Code: LLC Building Location: Rm 107A

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Health Occupations

Fall 2010

Course #: H-3851 Start • End Date: 08/17/10 • 11/18/10 Day: TWTh Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Bob Etheridge Rm 307

Course #: H-3853 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 10/19/10 • 02/03/11 Day: TWTh Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Bob Etheridge Rm 306

Course #: C-3703 Start • End Date: 08/30/10 • 01/26/11 Day: MTW Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: SCC Building Location: Rm 106 Orientation: 08/23/10 • 9:00A – 11:00A

Course #: C-3712 Start • End Date: 10/25/10 • 03/16/11 Day: MTW Time: 5:30P – 9:30P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 220 Orientation: 10/18/10 • 5:30P – 7:30P

Course #: H-3852 Start • End Date: 09/07/10 • 11/17/10 Day: TWTh Time: 9:00A – 2:30P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 228

Course #: L-3162 Start • End Date: 09/07/10 • 12/07/10 Day: TWTh Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Rm 102A

Course #: C-3704 Start • End Date: 11/02/10 • 05/03/11 Day: TTh Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: SCC Building Location: Rm 106 Orientation: 10/26/10 • 5:00P – 7:00P

Course #: C-3710 Start • End Date: 09/27/10 • 12/03/10 Day: MTWThF Time: 8:30A – 12:30P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 220 Orientation: 09/13/10 • 8:30A – 10:30A

Course #: L-3163 Start • End Date: 10/04/10 • 12/09/10 Day: MTWTh Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Rm 102A

Course #: H-3854 Start • End Date: 11/30/10 • 03/10/11 Day: TWTh Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Bob Etheridge Rm 307

Course #: L-3164 Start • End Date: 10/18/10 • 01/31/11 Day: MTWTh Time: 1:30P – 4:30P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Rm 102A

Course #: H-3855 Start • End Date: 11/30/10 • 03/31/11 Day: TW Time: 5:30P – 9:30P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Bob Etheridge Rm 307

Course #: H-3856 Start • End Date: 12/07/10 • 03/02/11 Day: TWTh Time: 9:00A – 2:30P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 228

Course #: C-3711 Start • End Date: 11/15/10 • 04/06/11 Day: MTW Time: 1:00P – 5:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 220 Orientation: 11/08/10 • 1:00P – 3:00P

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Health Occupations Nurse Aide I Hybrid This course is designed to provide entry level nurse aide students with basic nursing skills required for personal care of patients, residents, or clients under the direction and supervision of a registered nurse. Course #: H-3861 Start • End Date: 10/03/10 • 01/23/10 Day: Online Time: Online Hybrid Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Triangle South Lab Days: T/Th: 5:30P – 9:30P Clinical: Sa/Su: 8:00A – 6:00P Orientation: 09/27/10 • 9:00A – 11:00A Nurse Aide I Refresher Hybrid To prepare the NA I whose North Carolina registry listing has expired to take the State Certification Exam. Course #: H-3862 Start • End Date: 10/03/10 • 11/28/10 Day: Online Time: Online Cost: 120.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 229 Lab Days: November 15 & 17, 2010 Lab Times: 6:00P – 9:00P Orientation: 09/27/10 • 9:00A – 11:00A

Fall 2010 Nurse Aide II Prepares the Certified Nursing Assistant in advanced nursing procedures such as sterile technique, diabetes testing, catheterizations, etc. Course #: L-3165 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 08/17/10 • 11/16/10 Day: TWTh Time: 8:00A – 12:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Rm 103A

HRD/CRC (required with L-3165) Course #: L-3187 Start • End Date: 08/23/10 • 10/04/10 Day: M Time: 8:00A – 12:00P Cost: 65.00 (Fee waiver possible) Location Code: LLC Building Location: Rm 108B Course #: L-3166 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 12/14/10 Day: TWTh Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Rm 103A

Lee Continuing Education: Fall Highlights It’s electric! Earn continuing education credits–learn Electrical Coding or Commercial/Residential Wiring. L-3195, L-3196, L-3197, L-3198 Let the horses lead you! Outdoor teamwork and leadership workshop uses horses as supporting instructors. L-3192, L-3193 Boundaries are beautiful! New Landscape Design class teaches professionals and homeowners how to use boundaries to create beauty. L-3189 Chickens aren’t just country anymore. In town or out, raise hens for eggs and meat. L-3188 Bloom where you’re planted. CCR workshop teaches women how to grow and flourish as they reach a new stage of life. L-3199, L-3200 Free is better! Learn financial literacy and Lee County history in free workshops offered through the Center for Creative Retirement (www.cccc.edu/ccr)

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For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Health Occupations Optometric Assistant Provides students with knowledge of equipment, procedures, and techniques to function in an optometric practice. No prerequisites are required. Course #: L-2212 Start • End Date: 08/10/10 • 12/14/10 Day: TTh Time: 5:30P – 9:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 220H Pharmacy Technician Prepares students to work in a pharmacy under the supervision of a pharmacist. Drug categories, interactions, and effects are studied. Course #: L-3168 Start • End Date: 10/04/10 • 01/26/11 Day: MW Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 220H Phlebotomy Technician This course prepares students to draw patients’ blood in hospitals, doctors’ offices, and lab service companies. Course #: L-3169 Start • End Date: 08/24/10 • 12/14/10 Day: TWTh Time: 8:00A – 12:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 222

Course #: C-3707 Start • End Date: 08/30/10 • 12/03/10 Day: MTWThF Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 217 Orientation: 08/23/10 • 1:30P – 3:30P

Fall 2010

Course #: H-3859 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 10/11/10 • 12/16/10 Day: MTWTh Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 220

Course #: H-3860 Start • End Date: 10/11/10 • 12/16/10 Day: MTWTh Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 220

Course #: L-3170 Start • End Date: 10/12/10 • 02/16/11 Day: TWTh Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 222 Sleep Disorders Technician This course is designed to prepare individuals for employment as technicians in sleep disorder clinics/units. Program received initial CAAHEP accreditation and is recognized for substantial compliance with the nationally established accreditation standards. Course #: C-3702 Start • End Date: 08/23/10 • 01/15/11 Day: MW Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Day: Sa Time: 4:00P – 8:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: SCC Building Location: Rm 2 & Rm 103 Orientation: 08/16/10 • 5:00P – 7:00P

Course #: C-3708 Start • End Date: 09/13/10 • 01/14/11 Day: MTWTh Time: 5:30P – 9:30P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 217 Orientation: 09/07/10 • 5:30P – 7:30P

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Human Resources Development (HRD) Human Resources Development (HRD) courses provide skills assessment, employment skills training, and career development and enhancement. HRD courses are offered in short classes to equip you with the knowledge, values, and practical skills essential to applying for, keeping, and advancing in your job. Course fees are waived for qualified participants. Qualified participants are unemployed, have been notified of a lay-off, or underemployed. Underemployed persons are working part time and/or are eligible for the Federal Earned Income Tax Credit.

HRD: Chatham Introduction to Computers for the Workplace I Enhance self-esteem for getting back into the workforce. Assess fears and skills related to using a computer, gain a basic comfort level of computer skills, and enhance job seeking skills. Course #: C-3720 Start • End Date: 08/17/10 • 10/07/10 Day: TTh Time: 7:00P – 9:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: SCC Building Location: Rm 007 Introduction to Computers for the Workplace II Evaluate past and present strengths and accomplishments. Learn how to complete an application accurately with understanding of how to prepare a résumé. Work on interview process, discuss personality traits, and computer use in the employment process. Course #: C-3721 Start • End Date: 10/12/10 • 12/07/10 Day: TTh Time: 7:00P – 9:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: SCC Building Location: Rm 007 Job Seeker’s Employability Lab Assessment of each individual’s assets and limitations, development of a positive self-concept, employability skills, communication skills, and problem solving skills. Course #: C-3719 Start • End Date: 08/17/10 • 12/07/10 Day: TW Time: 5:00P – 7:00P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: SCC Building Location: Rm 007

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Fall 2010

Workplace Readiness for Health Careers A prerequisite for medical classes, this course is designed for the student to learn the language, job description, and daily activities of a healthcare professional. Course #: C-3722 Start • End Date: 08/16/10 • 08/25/10 Day: MTWThF Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: SCC Building Location: Rm 001 Course #: C-3723 Start • End Date: Day: MTWThF Cost: 120.00 Building Location:

08/16/10 • 08/25/10 Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Location Code: PMC MWF (Bldg 1 Rm 229); TTh (Bldg 2 Rm 209)

Course #: C-3725 Start • End Date: Day: MTWTh Cost: 120.00 Building Location:

08/24/10 • 09/02/10 Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Location Code: PMC MW (Bldg 1 Rm 229); TTh (Bldg 2 Rm 209)

Course #: C-3726 Start • End Date: Day: MTWThF Cost: 120.00 Building Location:

09/07/10 • 09/16/10 Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Location Code: PMC MWF (Bldg 1 Rm 229); TTh (Bldg 2 Rm 209)

Course #: C-3724 Start • End Date: Day: MTWThF Cost: 120.00 Building Location:

10/04/10 • 10/12/10 Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Location Code: PMC MWF (Bldg 1 Rm 229); TTh (Bldg 2 Rm 209)

Course #: C-3728 Start • End Date: Day: MTWTh Cost: 120.00 Building Location:

10/04/10 • 10/13/10 Time: 5:00P - 9:00P Location Code: PMC MW (Bldg 1 Rm 229); TTh (Bldg 2 Rm 209)

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Human Resources Development (HRD)

Course #: C-3729 Start • End Date: Day: MTWTh Cost: 120.00 Building Location:

10/11/10 • 10/20/10 Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Location Code: SCC Rm 007

Course #: C-3730 Start • End Date: Day: MTWThF Cost: 120.00 Building Location:

10/21/10 • 10/29/10 Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Location Code: PMC MWF (Bldg 1 Rm 229); TTh (Bldg 2 Rm 209)

Course #: C-3727 Start • End Date: Day: MTWThF Cost: 120.00 Building Location:

11/02/10 • 11/11/10 Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Location Code: PMC MWF (Bldg 1 Rm 229); TTh (Bldg 2 Rm 209)

Fall 2010

HRD: Harnett Career Readiness Lab Prepare for the WorkKeys® Assessments. Work at an individual pace to improve workplace skills in the areas of Applied Mathematics, Reading for Information, and Locating Information. Work on employability documents. Course #: H-3880 Start • End Date: 08/18/10 • 12/14/10 Day: MTWTh Time: 1:00P – 5:30P Day: F Time: 1:00P – 3:00P Cost: Free Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm TBD Computer & Employability Skills for the Workplace II For students who have mastered the basics of the computer, this course will introduce students to MS Office computer applications to prepare for job search, create employment documents, and increase employability skills. Course #: H-3883 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 12/15/10 Day: W Time: 8:00A – 5:00P Cost: Free Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 229 Computer Skills for Employment I Develop a moderate comfort level of basic computer use to prepare for the job search. Course #: H-3881 Start • End Date: 08/24/10 • 09/07/10 Day: MTWThF Time: 9:30A – 1:30P Cost: Free Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 229 Employability Lab Improve employability skills and prepare for the North Carolina Career Readiness Certificate. This is an open-entry lab. Course #: H-3887 Start • End Date: 09/02/10 • 12/10/10 Day: ThF Time: 9:00A – 2:30P Cost: Free Location Code: HMC Building Location: Triangle South Rm 102, Dunn

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Human Resources Development (HRD) Employability Skills Online This course will focus on personal and professional development in the areas of time management, goal setting, communication skills, conflict resolution, resume preparation, interview strategies, and much more. Course #: H-3882 Start • End Date: 09/13/10 • 12/12/10 Day: Online Time: Online Location Code: HMC Building Location: Online Registration Deadline: 09/03/10 Orientation: 09/10/10 Students Achieving in Learning (SAIL) Students will gain knowledge and confidence to successfully prepare for the job search and interviews. Course #: H-3884 Start • End Date: 09/01/10 • 09/30/10 Day: MTW Time: 9:00A – 2:30P Cost: Free Location Code: HMC Building Location: Triangle South Rm 102, Dunn

Course #: H-3885 Start • End Date: 10/01/10 • 10/29/10 Day: MTW Time: 9:00A – 2:30P Cost: Free Location Code: HMC Building Location: Triangle South Rm 102, Dunn

Course #: H-3886 Start • End Date: 11/01/10 • 11/30/10 Day: MTW Time: 9:00A – 2:30P Cost: Free Location Code: HMC Building Location: Triangle South Rm 102, Dunn Today’s Computer Skills Students will learn the basics of computers to search for jobs and develop interview techniques. Course #: H-3888 Start • End Date: 12/01/10 • 12/15/10 Day: MTW Time: 9:00A – 2:30P Cost: Free Location Code: HMC Building Location: Triangle South Rm 102, Dunn

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Fall 2010

Workshop Topic: Take the Stress Out of Interviewing Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Date: Friday, August 20, 2010 For more information, call (910) 814-8852.

HRD: Lee Career Readiness and Pathways This course provides employability skills training for unemployed and underemployed adults. Topics to be covered include career exploration, job seeking and keeping skills, entry-level skill awareness and development, training strategies including note-taking, test-taking, reducing test anxiety and stress, and preparation for certification or placement tests. Course #: L-3181 Start • End Date: 08/17/10 • 09/16/10 Day: TTh Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 118

Course #: L-3194 Start • End Date: 08/24/10 • 11/11/10 Day: TTh Time: 5:00P – 8:00P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 118

HRD Mission...

To educate and train individuals for success in the workplace For more information, contact Chatham County: (919) 545-8047 Harnett County: (910) 814-8852 Lee County: (919) 775-2122 ext. 7798 Toll-Free: (800) 682-8353

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Human Resources Development (HRD) Career Readiness Lab Students will prepare employment-related documents, practice typing, prepare résumés, and study for the WorkKeys Assessments to earn the North Carolina Career Readiness Certificate. Interviewing skills will be developed. Job search and keeping strategies will be taught. Course #: L-3179 Start • End Date: 08/16/10 • 10/01/10 Day: MWF Time: 9:00A – 2:00P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 118

Course #: L-3191 Start • End Date: 10/04/10 • 11/19/10 Day: MWF Time: 9:00A – 2:00P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 118

Fall 2010

Computer Skills for the Workplace Students who are in transition from one job to another will learn skills to make the students comfortable in using the computer in the workplace. Students will create résumés, cover letters, and thank you letters. The Internet will be used to connect with employers and research labor market information. Course #: L-3180 Start • End Date: 09/21/10 • 10/21/10 Day: TTh Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Building Rm 118

Course #: L-3190 Start • End Date: 10/26/10 • 11/18/10 Day: TTh Time: 9:00A – 2:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 118

Together, we can make a difference. The Central Carolina Community College Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose purpose is to serve, support, and promote the students, faculty, and staff of CCCC. The Foundation provides student financial assistance, supports educational programs, and funds special initiatives that advance the academic mission of the college. The direct management of the Foundation is vested in its board of directors, which is comprised of business, professional, and community leaders from Chatham, Harnett, and Lee counties. A gift to the CCCC Foundation is an investment in the future of your community. Please ask how to include CCCC in your Planned Giving.

For more information: CCCC Foundation • 1105 Kelly Drive, Sanford, NC 27330 • 1-800-682-8353 ext. 7231

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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JobsNOW Medical Occupations EKG Technician Prepares students to become a certified EKG technician, operate an EKG machine, and run strips on patients in the hospital or doctors’ offices. Course #: L-3155 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 09/07/10 • 10/26/10 Day: TTh Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 215

HRD/CRC (required with L-3155) Course #: L-3178 Start • End Date: 09/08/10 • 10/13/10 Day: W Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 65.00 (Fee waiver possible) Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 118

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Fall 2010 Healthcare Billing & Coding Students will learn methods for selecting the appropriate CPT and ICD-9 codes and demonstrate proficiency in coding skills. Medical Terminology is a prerequisite for this class. Course #: C-3709 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 10/04/10 • 03/14/11 Day: MT Time: 5:30P – 9:30P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Rm 209 Orientation: 09/27/10 • 5:30P – 7:30P Nurse Aide I Introduces the student to basic skills required to provide personal care for patients, clients, or residents in hospitals, doctors’ offices, or nursing homes. Course #: L-3161 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 08/17/10 • 11/10/10 Day: TWTh Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Rm 104A

HRD/CRC (required with L-3161) Course #: L-3177 Start • End Date: 08/23/10 • 10/04/10 Day: M Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 65.00 (Fee waiver possible) Location Code: LLC Building Location: Rm 107A

Course #: H-3853 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 10/19/10 • 02/03/11 Day: TWTh Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Bob Etheridge Rm 306

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


JobsNOW Nurse Aide II Prepares the Certified Nursing Assistant in advanced nursing procedures such as sterile technique, diabetes testing, catheterizations, etc. Course #: L-3165 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 08/17/10 • 11/16/10 Day: TWTh Time: 8:00A – 12:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Bldg A Rm 103A HRC/CRC (required with L-3165) Course #: L-3187 Start • End Date: 08/23/10 • 10/04/10 Day: M Time: 8:00A – 12:00P Cost: 65.00 (Fee waiver possible) Location Code: LLC Building Location: Rm 107A Phlebotomy Technician This course prepares students to draw patients’ blood in hospitals, doctors’ offices, and lab service companies. Course #: H-3859 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 10/11/10 • 12/16/10 Day: MTWTh Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 220

Fall 2010 Welding Welding This course will include the applications of TIG along with safety requirements and hands-on training. Course #: H-3877 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 08/17/10 • 12/16/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 202 Course #: H-3878 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 08/18/10 • 12/15/10 Day: W Time: 8:00A – 5:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 202 Welding – MIG This course is designed to teach the practical operation in the use of Gas Metal Arc Welding process. The course covers power sources, operation, shielding gases, and safe practices. Safety equipment is required. Course #: C-3278 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 09/07/10 • 11/30/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 176.25 Location Code: SC Building Location: Sage Academy Note for Harnett County students: HRD class is required for completion of JobsNOW courses; time and date, TBD.

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Languages Advanced Conversational Spanish for You and Your Business This 8-week course will give you an advanced understanding of Spanish to provide vocabulary needed for you to converse effectively with co-workers, customers, and your employees. Conversational Spanish is a prerequisite. Course #: S-3474 Start • End Date: 09/16/10 • 11/04/10 Day: Th Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: TSEC Building Location: Triangle South Enterprise Center Beginning Spanish This course introduces the student to the fundamentals of speaking and reading Spanish. Course #: C-3253 Start • End Date: 08/19/10 • 12/02/10 Day: Th Time: 8:30A – 11:00A Cost: 120.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 229

Course #: L-3186 Start • End Date: 09/13/10 • 10/20/10 Day: MW Time: 6:00P – 8:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 216

Course #: C-3252 Start • End Date: 09/15/10 • 11/17/10 Day: W Time: 2:00P – 3:30P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: SCC Building Location: TBD

Conversational Spanish for You and Your Business This 8-week course will broaden your Spanish speaking skills and will give you an understanding of Spanish to provide vocabulary needed for you to converse with co-workers, customers, and your employees. Course #: S-3473: Start • End Date: 09/13/10 • 11/01/10 Day: M Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: TSEC Building Location: Triangle South Enterprise Center

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Fall 2010 Intermediate Spanish The goal of the course is to become more proficient in the Spanish language and culture and review books written by contemporary Hispanic authors. Must have one to two years of recent Spanish studies. Course #: C-3254 Start • End Date: 09/07/10 • 12/02/10 Day: TTh Time: 12:00P – 2:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 229 Spanish–Fun with Spanish Students will learn correct pronunciations of everyday words and phrases, how to communicate effectively with different Spanish speaking individuals, and be able to ask questions and understand the answers. This class will be a relaxed and fun learning experience. Course #: L-3183 Start • End Date: 08/18/10 • 10/08/10 Day: WF Time: 12:00P – 1:30P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 216 Spanish for Healthcare Professionals Students will learn to merge grammar and healthcare terminology in the context of medical settings in order to communicate with Spanish speaking people. Students will communicate through dialogues, activities, and working with a partner playing roles and solving problems. Course #: L-3184 Start • End Date: 08/19/10 • 12/09/10 Day: Th Time: 6:00P – 8:30P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 120

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Personal Enrichment “Alive at 25” Will provide defensive driving techniques designed for persons under 24 years of age and may minimize or prevent the assessment of insurance points or premium surcharges on insurance policies and/or drivers’ licenses. Bring driver’s license and current citation. High school students must bring signed dual enrollment form to register. Course #: L-3138 Start • End Date: 08/28/10 • 08/28/10 Day: Sa Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 50.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Budd Rm 601

Course #: L-3139 Start • End Date: 09/25/10 • 09/25/10 Day: Sa Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 50.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Budd Rm 601

Course #: L-3140 Start • End Date: 10/23/10 • 10/23/10 Day: Sa Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 50.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Budd Rm 601

Course #: L-3141 Start • End Date: 11/20/10 • 11/20/10 Day: Sa Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 50.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Budd Rm 601

Backyard Chicken Schemes With limited space and experience plus a sense of humor, raise a small flock of happy chickens – even in the city. Farmer Judy Hogan shares her learning curve on the basics of chicks to healthy eggs and meat. Course #: L-3188 Start • End Date: 10/16/10 • 10/16/10 Day: Sa Time: 9:00P – 4:00P Cost: 29.00 Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Rm 102

Fall 2010 Creative Writing Students will learn to tap deeper into creative writing skills by starting a personal journal and will learn class tips on how to motivate emotions in writing. Course #: H-3949 Start • End Date: 09/23/10 • 10/28/10 Day: Th Time: 7:00P – 9:00P Cost: 40.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm TBD Dancing–Ballroom I This course is designed to teach basic fundamentals of Ballroom dancing. Course #: C-3768 Start • End Date: 09/10/10 • 10/08/10 Day: F Time: 8:00P – 9:00P Cost: 35.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Multipurpose Rm Dancing–Ballroom II This course is designed to continue teaching basic fundamentals of Ballroom dancing plus introduce more challenging steps. Course #: C-3769 Start • End Date: 10/22/10 • 11/19/10 Day: F Time: 8:00P – 9:00P Cost: 35.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Multipurpose Rm Dancing–Mambo/West Coast Swing I This course is designed to teach basic fundamentals of Mambo/West Coast Swing. Course #: C-3770 Start • End Date: 09/10/10 • 10/08/10 Day: F Time: 9:00P – 10:00P Cost: 35.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Multipurpose Rm Dancing–Mambo/West Coast Swing II This course is designed to continue teaching basic fundamentals of Mambo/West Coast Swing dancing plus introduce more challenging steps. Course #: C-3771 Start • End Date: 10/22/10 • 11/19/10 Day: F Time: 9:00P – 10:00P Cost: 35.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Multipurpose Rm

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Personal Enrichment Dancing–Shag I This course is designed to teach the basic fundamentals of Shag dancing. Course #: C-3766 Start • End Date: 09/10/10 • 10/08/10 Day: F Time: 7:00P – 8:00P Cost: 35.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Multipurpose Rm Course #: H-3944 Start • End Date: 09/22/10 • 10/27/10 Day: W Time: 7:00P – 8:00P Cost: 30.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Miriello Rm 135 Dancing–Shag II This course is designed to continue teaching basic fundamentals of Shag dancing plus introduce more challenging steps. Course #: C-3767 Start • End Date: 10/22/10 • 11/19/10 Day: F Time: 7:00P – 8:00P Cost: 35.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Multipurpose Rm Defensive Driving Defensive driving classes may minimize or prevent the assessment of insurance points or premium surcharges on insurance policies and/or drivers’ licenses. Bring driver’s license and current citation. Course #: L-3134 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 09/14/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 50.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Budd Rm 601

Course #: L-3135 Start • End Date: 10/12/10 • 10/12/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 50.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Budd Rm 601

Course #: L-3136 Start • End Date: 11/09/10 • 11/09/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 50.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Budd Rm 601

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Fall 2010 Course #: L-3137 Start • End Date: 12/14/10 • 12/14/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 50.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Budd Rm 601 Fundamentals of Investing This course educates investors on the basics of investing and financial planning. Course #: C-3271 Start • End Date: 09/13/10 • 11/08/10 Day: M Time: 6:00P – 8:00P Cost: 50.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 225 Genealogy Learn how to discover your family tree and uncover your rich roots. Course #: C-3270 Start • End Date: 09/15/10 • 10/27/10 Day: W Time: 7:00P – 9:00P Cost: 60.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 225 Guitar–Beginning Students will learn basic major and minor chords, strumming techniques, and how to read and play simple melodies. Course #: H-3943 Start • End Date: 10/04/10 • 11/22/10 Day: M Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 60.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Bob Etheridge Rm 306 Home Improvement and Repair: “Learning to Do it Yourself” This course will involve a collaborative process to help the student with home improvement projects. All skill levels are welcome. The student will learn what tools to gather, how to make good judgments, and secure materials, information, and support. Course #: C-3280 Start • End Date: 09/09/10 • 10/07/10 Day: Th Time: 7:00P – 9:00P Day: Sa Time: 9:00A – 3:00P Cost: 75.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Th (Bldg 1 Rm 111); Sa (MPR)

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Personal Enrichment Landscape Design–Understanding Boundaries Students will learn how to identify boundaries as part of site analysis and learn how to respect them as part of the landscape design process. Topics to be covered include sustainable design and plant selection, hardscapes, grading, and lighting. Great for homeowners or professionals. Course #: L-3189 Start • End Date: 08/16/10 • 11/29/10 Day: M Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Rm 105A Open Water Scuba Diver Pre-Certification Classroom instruction fee is $40.00. For more information on additional required lab fees that are paid directly to the seduction dive services, please contact (910) 892-7878. Course #: H-3942 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 10/26/10 Day: T Time: 8:30P – 9:30P Cost: 40.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: TBD

Fall 2010

Course #: L-3152 Start • End Date: 09/28/10 • 12/07/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 121.25 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Joyner 512

Tai Chi for Health Class focuses on relaxing the body, deepening the breath, increasing flexibility, and improving muscle strength, balance, and coordination. Anyone, regardless of age or physical ability, can practice Tai Chi. Course #: L-3151 Start • End Date: 08/17/10 • 10/21/10 Day: TTh Time: 12:00P – 12:30P Cost: 29.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Fitness Gym

Course #: C-3762 Start • End Date: 08/18/10 • 11/03/10 Day: W Time: 6:30P – 7:45P Cost: 50.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Multipurpose Rm

Self Defense–Beginning Students will learn techniques on how to react during a possible dangerous encounter. Please bring a water bottle. Course #: H-3951 Start • End Date: 09/18/10 • 09/18/10 Day: Sa Time: 9:00A – 3:30P Cost: 25.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Miriello Bldg Rm 135 Small Engine Repair In this course students will learn the basics of small engine repair. Course #: H-3948 Start • End Date: 09/13/10 • 11/22/10 Day: M Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 202

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Professional Development Auto Dealers This course reviews basic NC laws, provides updates, and renews dealer’s license. Course #: L-3132 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 09/09/10 • 09/09/10 Day: Th Time: 9:00A – 3:30P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Rm 103

Course #: H-3871 Start • End Date: 10/05/10 • 10/05/10 Day: T Time: 9:00A – 4:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 219

Course #: L-3133 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 11/11/10 • 11/11/10 Day: Th Time: 9:00A – 3:30P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Rm 103 Course #: H-3870 Start • End Date: 12/16/10 • 12/16/10 Day: Th Time: 9:00A – 4:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 219

Basic Electricity for the Apprentice/Helper This course is designed to increase safety awareness and teach electrical concepts and basic repairs. Completion of this course could lead to employment as an electrician’s helper or apprentice. Course #: C-3279 Start • End Date: 09/09/10 • 11/18/10 Day: Th Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 121.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 224

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Bioworks Bioworks is a training course for process technicians. It was developed in response to industry need to increase the pool of potential employees for entry-level process technician jobs in manufacturing areas. Bioworks will focus on typical biotechnology terms, procedures, and situations. Course #: H-3879 Start • End Date: 08/16/10 • 12/06/10 Day: MW Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 240

Course #: C-3282 Start • End Date: 09/09/10 • 11/18/10 Day: Th Time: 9:15A – 12:30P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Rm 207

Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Students will gain information and understanding of material within the driver manual in order to pass the written CDL test required by the DMV. General knowledge of pre-trip inspection, skill test, and driving test will be covered. Course #: C-3274 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 09/30/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 229 Course #: C-3275 Start • End Date: 10/12/10 • 10/28/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 229 Cosmetology in Spanish This course allows students who speak Spanish fluently to obtain their cosmetology certificates by completing 1500 hours. Course #: H-3875 Start • End Date: 08/16/10 • 10/14/10 Day: MTWTh Time: 3:30P – 10:30P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: DUNN Building Location: Dunn Cosmetology

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Professional Development Course #: H-3876 Start • End Date: 08/30/10 • 10/14/10 Day: MTWTh Time: 8:00A – 3:30P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Bldg 4 Rm 407 Effective Teacher Training Sessions included are learning experiences, time management, instructional methods, preparation, monitoring student interaction, non-instructional duties, and evaluation. Recommended for substitute teachers, teacher assistants, and prospective teachers. Course #: C-3273 Start • End Date: 09/11/10 • 10/02/10 Day: Sa Time: 8:00A – 4:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Rm 108

Course #: C-3272 Start • End Date: 10/19/10 • 11/18/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 224

Fall 2010

Electrical Coding Students examine all aspects of the electrical code in preparation for the NC Electrical Contractor’s License examination. Class has no prerequisites, but verified work experience is required to take the state test. Course #: L-3197 Start • End Date: 09/07/10 • 12/14/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 120 Electrical–Commercial/Residential Wiring Provides an in-depth, hands-on knowledge of the principles of electrical wiring as it applies to commercial/ residential applications. Course leads to skills needed for employment in the wiring industry. Course #: L-3198 Start • End Date: 09/01/10 • 12/15/10 Day: MW Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 176.25 Location Code: TBD Building Location: TBD Electrical Contractor–Analysis of NEC Changes Students will receive updated information on the latest changes in the National Electric Code and NC Electric Code. Class counts toward required CE credits. Course #: L-3196 Start • End Date: 09/23/10 • 09/23/10 Day: Th Time: 1:00P – 5:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 120 Electrical Contractor–License Renewal Review Students will review information necessary to test for electrical contractor license renewal. Class counts toward required CE credits. Course #: L-3195 Start • End Date: 09/23/10 • 09/23/10 Day: Th Time: 8:00A – 12:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Main Bldg Rm 120

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Professional Development General Contractor Licensing Preparation This course is designed to guide and assist licensing candidates in their successful preparation for the NC General Contractor’s Examination (both residential and building classification with the emphasis on residential.) Approximate book cost $600.00. Course #: C-3277 Start • End Date: 09/02/10 • 11/18/10 Day: Th Time: 6:30P – 10:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: SCC Building Location: TBD Landscape Design–Understanding Boundaries Students will learn how to identify boundaries as part of site analysis and learn how to respect them as part of the landscape design process. Topics to be covered include sustainable design and plant selection, hardscapes, grading, and lighting. Great for homeowners or professionals. Course #: L-3189 Start • End Date: 08/16/10 • 11/29/10 Day: M Time: 5:00P – 9:00P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: LLC Building Location: Bldg A Rm 105A

Fall 2010

Notary Public The Notary Public course is designed for the person working for a new commission and provides needed information for those already commissioned. Course #: L-3128 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 09/07/10 • 09/09/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Budd 601 Course #: C-3256 Start • End Date: 09/10/10 • 09/10/10 Day: F Time: 9:00A – 4:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Rm 109

Course #: H-3867 Start • End Date: 09/11/10 • 09/11/10 Day: Sa Time: 8:00A – 4:30P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 219

Course #: H-3868 Start • End Date: 10/09/10 • 10/09/10 Day: Sa Time: 8:00A – 4:30P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 219

Course #: C-3257 Start • End Date: 10/15/10 • 10/15/10 Day: F Time: 9:00A – 4:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Rm 109

Course #: L-3131 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 10/16/10 • 10/16/10 Day: Sa Time: 8:00A – 3:30P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Rm 103

Course #: L-3129 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 11/08/10 • 11/10/10 Day: MW Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Budd Hall 601

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Professional Development

Course #: C-3258 Start • End Date: 11/12/10 • 11/12/10 Day: F Time: 9:00A – 4:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Rm 109

Fall 2010

Course #: H-3869 Start • End Date: 11/13/10 • 11/13/10 Day: Sa Time: 8:00A – 4:30P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 219

Real Estate Pre-license Course Approved real estate pre-license course covering introductory real estate principles and practices: agency relationships and duties, legal and ethical considerations, and working with sellers. Prepares students for the state exam to obtain a provisional license. Course #: S-2457 Start • End Date: 08/09/10 • 10/11/10 Day: MT Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Dennis Wicker Civic Center

Course #: L-3130 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 12/06/10 • 12/08/10 Day: MW Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Budd Hall 601

Course #: S-3495 Start • End Date: 10/05/10 • 12/14/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 175.00 Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Dennis Wicker Civic Center

Course #: C-3259 Start • End Date: 12/08/10 • 12/08/10 Day: W Time: 9:00A – 4:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf 2 Course #: S-3475 Start • End Date: TBD Day: M Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 50.00 (plus book) Location Code: TSEC Building Location: Triangle South Enterprise Center

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Professional Development Real Estate Post-license Course: Broker Relationships and Responsibilities, #301 Approved real estate commission broker postlicense course, 30-hour continuing education credit. Topics include: agency relationships and legal duties, the functions and responsibilities when working with residential sellers and buyers, issues associated with agent compensation, agents changing firms, license status, and education issues. Course #: S-3494 Start • End Date: 08/10/10 • 09/09/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P-9:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Dennis A Wicker Civic Center Real Estate Elective (TBA) The elective is approved by the N.C. Real Estate Commission. The elective will be announced. Lunch included for those who attend both the morning session (real estate update) and the afternoon session (elective). Course #: S-3496 Start • End Date: TBD Day: F Time: 1:30P – 5:30P Cost: 45.00 (lunch, all-day attendees only) Location Code: TSEC Building Location: Triangle South Enterprise Center Real Estate Update # 9911 This is the required course for 2010-2011 (four-hour update credit). Lunch included for those who attend both the morning session (real estate update) and the afternoon session (elective). Course #: S-3476 Start • End Date: TBD Day: F Time: 8:30A – 12:30P Cost: 45.00 (lunch, all-day attendees only) Location Code: TSEC Building Location: Triangle South Enterprise Center

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REAL Business Owners Course B-280 Rural Entrepreneurship through Action Learning is a hands-on learning experience to manage your business or start one from the ground up in a fun, interactive style with others through curricula, training, and resources; includes opportunity to hear from business professionals. Course #: BUS-280-LJA Start • End Date: 08/25/10 • 12/15/10 Day: W Time: 6:00P – 9:45P Cost: 222.00 (plus book) Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Dennis Wicker Civic Center Small Engine Repair In this course students will learn the basics of small engine repair. Course #: H-3948 Start • End Date: 09/13/10 • 11/22/10 Day: M Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm TBD

Course #: L-3152 Start • End Date: 09/28/10 • 12/07/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 121.25 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Joyner 512

Supervision Series This course is designed to provide new supervisors with the knowledge to motivate, lead, and to teach a team to perform up to and above expectations, standards, and budgets. Course #: C-3276 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 10/26/10 Day: T Time: 1:00P – 5:00P Cost: 260.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf Rm 2

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Professional Development Team Building for Success Students will learn listening and observation skills that improve communication, learn how to be assertive without being threatening, and gain the ability to calmly multi-task. The workshop is offered in an exciting and enjoyable outdoor program using horses as supporting instructors. Course #: L-3192 Start • End Date: 09/23/10 • 09/23/10 Day: Th Time: 1:00P – 5:00P Cost: 66.25 Location Code: LDF Building Location: Leaning Dogwood Farm

Course #: L-3193 Start • End Date: 10/14/10 • 10/14/10 Day: Th Time: 8:30A – 12:30P Cost: 66.25 Location Code: LDF Building Location: Leaning Dogwood Farm

Fall 2010

Vehicle Safety Inspection and OBD Prepares auto technicians and service personnel as OBD inspectors for motor vehicles. Course topics include regulations and test inspection procedures required by the NC DMV Enforcement Section for OBD emission inspectors. Vehicle Safety Inspection Course #: L-3142 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 09/16/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Joyner 516

Course #: L-3143 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 10/12/10 • 10/14/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Joyner 516

Course #: L-3144 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 11/09/10 • 11/11/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Joyner 516

Course #: L-3145 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 12/07/10 • 12/09/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Joyner 516 OBD Course #: L-3146 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 09/28/10 • 09/30/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Joyner 516

Course #: L-3147 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 10/26/10 • 10/28/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Joyner 516

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Professional Development

Course #: L-3148 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 11/30/10 • 12/02/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Joyner 516

OBD Refresher Course #: L-3149 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 08/17/10 • 08/17/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Joyner 516

Course #: L-3150 (Online Registration) Start • End Date: 10/19/10 • 10/19/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: LMC Building Location: Joyner 516

Welding This course will include the applications of TIG along with safety requirements and hands-on training. Course #: H-3877 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 08/17/10 • 12/16/10 Day: TTh Time: 6:00P – 10:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 202

Fall 2010

Creative Writing Be the Bamboo: Part II “Learn of the pine from the pine; learn of the bamboo from the bamboo.” Through this workshop, Susan Broili will explore what this 17th Century Japanese poet meant in terms of the kind of attention that enables writers to create vivid descriptions. Participants do not need to have taken the first Be the Bamboo workshop in order to take this one. Course #: C-3739 Start • End Date: 10/09/10 • 10/09/10 Day: Sa Time: 2:00P – 5:00P Cost: 40.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf 2 Creative Writing Students will learn to tap deeper into creative writing skills by starting a personal journal and will learn class tips on how to motivate emotions in writing. Course #: H-3949 Start • End Date: 09/23/10 • 10/28/10 Day: Th Time: 7:00P – 9:00P Cost: 40.00 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm TBD

Course #: H-3878 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 08/18/10 • 12/15/10 Day: W Time: 8:00A – 5:00P Cost: 181.25 Location Code: HMC Building Location: Continuing Education Rm 202 Welding – MIG This course is designed to teach the practical operation in the use of Gas Metal Arc Welding process. The course covers power sources, operation, shielding gases, and safe practices. Safety equipment is required. Course #: C-3278 (JobsNOW course) Start • End Date: 09/07/10 • 11/30/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 176.25 Location Code: SC Building Location: Sage Academy

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Professional Development Literary Performance In this workshop, Karyn Trout will help students to use space, scripts, audience, and voice to present their written works in public performance or presentment. At the end of this workshop, students should be prepared to present their poems or prose works in a public setting, with increased comfort and effectiveness. Course #: C-3740 Start • End Date: 09/18/10 • 09/18/10 Day: Sa Time: 9:00A – 3:00P Cost: 55.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf 2 Memories that Matter: Enriching Memoir Melissa Delbridge, author of the memoir Family Bible, will share her expertise in teaching students to understand the difference between autobiography and memoir. Melissa will use “triggers” and exercises to tap into memories and add vivid detail to memoir. These classes are for anyone who wants to master the skills to bring life to their memories. Course #: C-3741 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 11/16/10 Day: T Time: 7:00P – 9:00P Cost: 135.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 226

Fall 2010

Poetry: A Reading & Writing Workshop Molly Luby will give beginners and well-practiced poetry writers a better understanding of the structure of poetry and the context for contemporary poetry. Writers will also learn about the greater movement in poetry writing in order to gain context for their own work. Course #: C-3744 Start • End Date: 09/01/10 • 11/03/10 Day: W Time: 6:00P – 8:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 224 The Heart of the Story: Learning Fiction Craft from the Masters Good fiction writing cannot rest on instinct alone. This course prepares writers for the tough, methodical work of chiseling the true from a rough draft. Marjorie Hudson zeroes in on the heart of the story and how to get there. Course #: C-3742 Start • End Date: 09/30/10 • 11/04/10 Day: Th Time: 6:00P – 8:30P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Rm 109

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Professional Development Whittling Words: Editing the Essay Tim McKee, managing editor of The Sun magazine, will lead participants through the editing of a specific essay. The focus will be on micro and macro editing. Course #: C-3738 Start • End Date: 09/25/10 • 09/25/10 Day: Sa Time: 10:00A – 4:30P Cost: 55.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf 2 Writing Novels for Children John Bemis will instruct aspiring authors in the fundamentals of writing novels for middle-grade (ages 8-12) and young adult readers (12+) and how to submit their novels for publication. Course #: C-3737 Start • End Date: 10/23/10 • 10/23/10 Day: Sa Time: 10:00A – 4:30P Cost: 55.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf 2 Writing to Sell If you have always wanted to write magazine articles, now is your chance. Ruth Morse, a well-known NC writer, will help you identify possible markets as well as learn to spot and identify possible articles and people for interview for various publications. Course #: C-3743 Start • End Date: 08/21/10 • 08/21/10 Day: Sa Time: 9:00A – 3:00P Cost: 55.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf 2

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Culinary Arts – The Natural Chef Basic Culinary Techniques Students will develop expertise as culinary professionals in basic culinary techniques such as knife skills, culinary math, and menu planning. Successful completion will prepare the student for employment in restaurants, hospitals, rest homes, catering, school food programs, private personal chef businesses, and other food-related businesses. Course #: C-3767 Start • End Date: 08/16/10 • 12/16/10 Day: MTWTh Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Cost: 176.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Sus Tech Bldg Rm 133 Registration & Orientation: 07/26/10 • 8:00A PMC, Multipurpose Rm Note: Total program cost for full-time students, including books and materials: 1074.38 Natural Chef Students will develop expertise as culinary professionals in holistic education and whole foods culinary advancement in culinary techniques with emphasis on local food systems, in season food preparation, fundamentals of nutrition, and the connection between food and wellness. Successful completion will prepare the student for employment in restaurants, hospitals, rest homes, catering, school food programs, private personal chef businesses, and other food-related businesses. Prerequisite: Certificate from a recognized Culinary Program or successful completion of Basic Culinary Techniques (C-3767). Course #: C-3768 Start • End Date: 08/16/10 • 12/16/10 Day: MTWTh Time: 1:00P – 4:00P Cost: 176.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Sus Tech Bldg Rm 133 Registration & Orientation: 07/26/10 • 8:00A PMC, Multipurpose Rm

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Professional Development Restaurant Class and Internship Culinary students will learn to plan, prepare, and serve meals to the public with an emphasis on local food systems, in season food preparation, fundamentals of nutrition, and the connection between food and wellness. Course #: C-3769 Start • End Date: 08/20/10 • 01/14/11 Day: F Time: 10:00A – 2:00P Cost: 176.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: TBD

Fall 2010

Basic Culinary Techniques (Part-time) Students will develop expertise as culinary professionals in basic culinary. Successful completion will prepare the student for employment in restaurants, hospitals, rest homes, catering, school food programs, private personal chef businesses, and other food-related businesses. The part-time Natural Chef program will continue in Spring 2011. The internship portion will take place Summer 2011. Course #: C-3770 Start • End Date: 08/16/10 • 12/17/10 Day: MWF Time: 5:30P – 9:30P Cost: 176.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Sus Tech Bldg Rm 133 Registration & Orientation: 07/26/10 • 8:00A PMC, Multipurpose Rm

Would you enjoy cooking creatively with nutritious food fresh from an organic farm? >> Natural Chef Culinary Arts at Central Carolina Community College is the program for you. It trains chefs and all lovers of good food to prepare delicious meals using locally produced, organically grown farm products. >> The program includes about 500 hours of hands-on training in the classroom, kitchen, and restaurant. >> Graduates earn a Natural Chef Culinary Arts certificate.

For more information, call the Continuing Education office at the Chatham County Campus, (919) 545-8044, or visit www.cccc.edu/naturalchef.

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Small Business Seminars Small Business Center: Chatham Seminars Business Value of Green Green creates a business advantage when it goes beyond being a label ….to delivering a more ecologically, socially, and economically sustainable result in the way we live, work, and do business. This workshop offers practical tools to guide your “green business value” discovery process. You will identify your business values, refine your vision for your company, and assess your efficiency and effectiveness in both the business and the green aspects of running a successful enterprise for emerging and existing business owners. Co-presented by Jane Norton, ReSourcing Natural Solutions, and Al Huntoon, Greenworks Initiative. Course #: S-3451 Seminar Date: 08/24/10 Day: T Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf Rm Make Your Green Business Standout Green businesses have special challenges when it comes to marketing. The approach your business takes can have an enormous impact on your ability to connect with customers and translate interest into sales. Learn how to use the 4 E’s – environment, efficiency, education, and economics – to ensure that your green business will be well positioned for success. Presented by Al Huntoon, Greenworks Initiative. Course #: S-3452 Seminar Date: 08/31/10 Day: T Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf Rm

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Greening Your Business Are you ready to start a green/sustainability initiative in your business or to expand the reach and impact of what you are already doing? Research indicates that green practices can help a business survive and thrive in challenging times. This class offers you a systems-based planning framework so you can effectively develop your company’s roadmap to sustainability. Learn what benefits other businesses have achieved by adopting this approach, assess where you are, and develop a vision and action plan for where you want to go. We address specific practice areas (energy efficiency, waste reduction, water conservation, purchasing) and green business certifications. Presented by Jane Norton, ReSourcing Natural Solutions. Course #: S-3453 Seminar Date: 09/07/10 Day: T Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf Rm Getting and Staying Organized Is your desk hidden under a pile of paper, but you swear you know where everything is? Do you spend money on advertising and new technology, but do nothing to improve your personal productivity? This seminar gives you practical, easy-to-implement ideas to help you get and stay organized. You’ll notice the difference in your environment, your life, and your wallet. Taught by Eileen Stevie. Course #: S-3454 Seminar Date: 09/14/10 Day: T Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf Rm Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers This is the first of a three-session course on understanding financial documents. The first session will focus on the income (profit and loss) statement. Presented by Carl Baumann. Course #: S-3455 Seminar Date: 09/21/10 Day: T Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf Rm

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Small Business Seminars Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers This is the second of a three-session course on understanding financial documents. The second session will focus on the cash flow and balance sheet statements. Presented by Carl Baumann. Course #: S-3456 Seminar Date: 09/28/10 Day: T Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf Rm Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers This is the final of a three-session course on understanding financial documents. This session will focus on learning to analyze the several statements you’ve been studying. You will be given financial statements from a fictitious company and asked to diagnose their condition. Presented by Carl Baumann. Course #: S-3457 Seminar Date: 10/05/10 Day: T Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf Rm

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Effective Business Writing in Five Simple Steps Do you sometimes feel your message isn’t getting across effectively? Would you like to produce memos, email messages, and reports that people will not only read, but also appreciate? Are you concerned about the image you project through your written materials? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then join us for a lively look at ways to improve your writing style. We’ll discuss five characteristics of effective business writing and learn how to employ them in virtually any situation. Presented by Kelly Klug. Course #: S-3459 Seminar Date: 10/19/10 Day: T Time: 7:00P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf Rm

Understanding and Working with Different Ages & Generations Each age group and generation have their own characteristics. Not knowing what they are can affect co-worker relationships, customer service, employee morale, productivity, and profit. Come listen to the music of each generation as we discuss the unique talents, struggles, defining events, and motivators of each. Learn how to understand and work with each group more effectively. Presented by Emily Ballance. Course #: S-3458 Seminar Date: 10/12/10 Day: T Time: 6:30P – 8:30P Cost: Free Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf Rm

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Small Business Seminars The Essential Internet: Free Online Resources for Small Businesses Small business owners often don’t have a large budget for marketing, research, and other essential business operations. There’s good news, however! A world of free and low-cost resources are available to you, and many of them are accessible 24/7 via the internet. In this seminar, we’ll look at how one business owner uses many of these resources in day-to-day operations. Presented by Kelly Klug. Course #: S-3460 Seminar Date: 10/26/10 Day: T Time: 7:00P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf Rm Marketing on Social Networking Sites Social networking sites help you make better use of your professional network and help the people you trust in return. Find out how they can help you successfully market your business. Please bring your own lunch. Course #: S-3461 Seminar Date: 11/02/10 Day: T Time: 7:00P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf Rm Essential Strategies to Grow Your Business Learn about the dangers that affect small businesses and the impact strategies to avoid or recover from them. Emphasis will be placed on the five areas that most affect profit and how businesses can make small changes in each area to make substantial gross profit increases. Presented by Michael Sink. Course #: S-3462 Seminar Date: 11/09/10 Day: T Time: 7:00P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 2 Conf Rm

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Small Business Center: Harnett Seminars Marketing on Social Networking Sites Social networking sites help you make better use of your professional network and help the people you trust in return. Find out how they can help you successfully market your business. Course #: S-3463 Seminar Date: 08/11/10 Day: W Time: 11:30A – 1:30P Cost: Free Location Code: TSEC Building Location: Triangle South Enterprise Center How to Use Your Blackberry and Other Smart Phones This seminar will help you get the most out your Smartphone, showing you shortcuts and different applications. Course #: S-3464 Seminar Date: 08/25/10 Day: W Time: 11:30A – 1:30P Cost: Free Location Code: TSEC Building Location: Triangle South Enterprise Center Trojans, Worms & Viruses: How to Keep Your Computer Safe Learn what things you can do to protect your computer from malicious attack, what things you do daily that can slow down a computer, and how you can keep your machine properly maintained and protected. Course #: S-3465 Seminar Date: 09/09/10 Day: Th Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: TSEC Building Location: Triangle South Enterprise Center

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Small Business Seminars Clean Up the Clutter In the hustle and bustle of our busy lives, we forget ourselves and the relaxation, renewal, and restoration we need. “Clean up the Clutter” will remind us that we need to clear our minds and unwind in order to be refueled for the next task. Course #: S-3466 Seminar Date: 09/28/10 Day: T Time: 3:00P – 3:50P Cost: Free Location Code: TSEC Building Location: P.K. Vyas Recreation Center, Jackson Road, Dunn, Green Business: Meeting Market Demand in Current & New Business Sectors Learn the latest on the new “Green” business industry. Pick up ideas for a business as well as more about special funding and grants in this fast growing industry. Course #: S-3467 Seminar Date: 09/28/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: TSEC Building Location: Triangle South Enterprise Center

Fall 2010

What is the Value of My Business Evaluating the market, sale, estate, insurance, and inheritance value of your small business is an awesome task. This seminar will help a small business owner begin the process and develop strategies to better suit your goals. Course #: S-3468 Seminar Date: 10/05/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: TSEC Building Location: Triangle South Enterprise Center How to Start a Small Business If you are thinking of starting a small business, this seminar should be the best part of the business planning phase and will guide you in the direction of a successful venture. Course #: S-3469 Seminar Date: 10/12/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: TSEC Building Location: Triangle South Enterprise Center

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Small Business Seminars Small Business Center: Lee Seminars Taking the “Work” out of Networking Most people know finding a new job or new client is through networking. However, networking can also help you build partnerships, improve communication skills, and move a career upwards. We’ll look at common networking myths and provide easy-to-follow successful methods for employing networking skills. Course #: S-3477 Seminar Date: 09/16/10 Day: Th Time: 11:30A – 1:30P Cost: $5 (no meal) – $10 (meal) Location Code: SACC Building Location: Sanford Chamber Starting a Green Business Learn the latest on the new “Green” business industry. All businesses can add green elements to differentiate your product or service. Learn how to avoid green-washing, save resources, and add clients in this growing economic sector. Course #: S-3478 Seminar Date: 09/16/10 Day: Th Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Dennis Wicker Civic Center

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Home Business Deductions & Taxes What are considered as legitimate business deductions? You may be surprised! Learn how and when you can take them. The instructor will also assist the attendee in taxes, forms, methods, and deadlines. Course #: S-3480 Seminar Date: 09/28/10 Day: T Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Dennis Wicker Civic Center New Worthless Check Program Details Learn the details of a new free service provided by the District Attorney’s office replacing the old system of processing worthless checks. Course covers: how the new system works, victim’s requirements to enter the program, which checks are and are not covered in this program, and how the program works from start to finish. Course #: S-3492 Seminar Date: 09/30/10 Day: Th Time: 11:30A – 1:00P Cost: $5 (no meal) – $10 (meal) Location Code: SACC Building Location: Sanford Chamber

Business Recordkeeping & Taxes Designed to identify records needing to be kept; how they are to be maintained and best format to use in doing so. Tax implications and entity-decision impact covered. Participants will work through the various records in the normal bookkeeping cycle. Course #: S-3479 Seminar Date: 09/21/10 Day: T Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Dennis Wicker Civic Center

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For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Small Business Seminars “Roadmap to Success: Creating a Plan for your New Business” What is the difference between a successful new business and one that fails? Answer: A business plan. Owners who create plans for their businesses are 60% more likely to succeed than those who don’t. In this seminar, learn how to pull together your resources, define your product or service, create a budget, research your competition, and organize your thoughts into a cohesive plan. A sample business plan format will be provided. Course #: S-3481 Seminar Date: 10/05/10 Day: T Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Dennis Wicker Civic Center Finding & Writing Grants Focuses on how to get organized to prepare grant proposals with grant-writing tips. Topics to be discussed include: identifying funding sources, how to be prepared as an organization, elements of a grant proposal, and more. An excellent seminar for non-profits. Course #: S-3487 Seminar Date: 10/07/10 Day: Th Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Dennis Wicker Civic Center

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Fundraising Strategies Provides participants with the fundraising concepts they must have in order to understand how to evaluate their organization’s existing fund raising strategies, develop new fund raising strategies, and provide for cost efficiency and the accurate determination of the “cost-per-dollar raised.” Course #: S-3482 Seminar Date: 10/14/10 Day: Th Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: DWCC Successful Marketing for Artists and Craftsman A hands-on seminar to aid the craftsperson in developing a marketing plan that will help increase their sales and profit. We will discuss branding and growing your business. Attendees are encouraged to bring examples of their products. Course #: S-3484 Start • End Date: 10/19/10 Day: T Time: 3:00P – 5:30P Cost: Free Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Dennis Wicker Civic Center

Small Claims Court This seminar focuses on use of small claims court, evictions, tenant and landlord rights, and other current and pertinent topics. Presented by the experts: Clerk of Courts, Magistrate, and Sheriff. A must for landlords, tenants, and real estate agents. Course #: S-3483 Seminar Date: 10/13/10 Day: W Time: 11:30A – 1:30P Cost: $7.00 (lunch) Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Dennis Wicker Civic Center

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Small Business Seminars Marketing & Developing the Business Image – (Chamber Co-Sponsored) Discover the image your business currently projects and find a variety of ways to mold that image. Learn how to choose the right name, how attitude and appearance affect business prosperity, why a marketing strategy is essential, and the ins and outs of effective advertising. Course #: S-3485 Seminar Date: 10/19/10 Day: T Time: 11:30A – 1:30P Cost: $5 (no meal) – $10 (meal) Location Code: SACC Building Location: Sanford Chamber The Essential Internet: Free Online Resources for Small Businesses Small business owners often don’t have a large budget for marketing, research, and other essential business operations. There’s good news, however! A world of free and low-cost resources are available to you, and many of them are accessible 24/7 via the internet. In this seminar, we’ll look at how one business owner uses many of these resources in day-to-day operations. Presented by Kelly Klug. Course #: S-3486 Seminar Date: 10/28/10 Day: Th Time: 11:30A – 1:15P Cost: $5 (no meal) – $10 (meal) Location Code: SACC Building Location: Sanford Chamber 10 Steps to Starting a Business Get an overall understanding of the steps you need to take to make your dream a reality–not a nightmare. Starting with what you should know before you commit. This seminar guides you through financial resources, markets, and tax requirements. Course #: S-3490 Seminar Date: 11/01/10 Day: M Time: 6:30P – 9:00P Cost: Free Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Dennis Wicker Civic Center

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Military Business Opportunity Workshop The Federal Government is ready to do business with qualified businesses that supply goods and services. Find out how to position your business to connect with this potential income opportunity and how to win those contracts. Businesses only. Course #: S-3488 Seminar Date: 11/09/10 Day: T Time: 1:00P – 3:30P Cost: Free Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Dennis Wicker Civic Center Finding Federal Bus / Reading and Responding to Government Proposals Attain a higher level of understanding for finding, tracking, and navigating through the myriad of government websites. Find more business opportunity online, understand how to assess a government proposal, and complete an actual bid for the project. Businesses only. Course #: S-3489 Seminar Date: 11/09/10 Day: T Time: 4:00P – 6:30P Cost: Free (no meal) – $7 (meal) Location Code: DWCC Building Location: Dennis Wicker Civic Center Introduction to Social Networking Social networking sites help you make better use of your professional network and help the people you trust in return. Find out how they can help you in your business life, how to create profiles, and find and connect with others. Course #: S-3491 Seminar Date: 11/11/10 Day: Th Time: 11:30A – 1:30P Cost: $5 (no meal) – $10 (meal) Location Code: SACC Building Location: Sanford Chamber

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.


Sustainable & Green Education Ecotourism Introduction to Ecotourism An introduction to ecotourism definition, practices, and principles. Exploration of the types of ecotourism businesses, both nonprofit and for profit. Course #: C-3241 Start • End Date: 09/14/10 • 11/16/10 Day: T Time: 6:00P – 8:00P Cost: 65.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Sus Tech Bldg Rm 134

Green Building BPI Building Analyst Training To prepare students to participate in weatherization programs, assessing building performance, remediation, and execute job site fixes. Students can sit for the BPI field and written exam (test fees: $250.00). Text required. Instructor: John Delafield Course #: C-3715 Start • End Date: 09/13/10 • 09/18/10 Day: M–Sa Time: 8:00A – 5:00P Cost: 121.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Sus Tech Bldg Rm 139

Fall 2010

BPI Building Envelope Training This course advances the building science skills developed in the Building Analyst level training, teaching more advanced diagnostic techniques and requiring a higher level of understanding of air flow, air sealing, and moisture movement issues. Text required. Field exam and test fees an additional $250. Building Analyst Certification Required as a prerequisite. Instructor: John Delafield Course #: C-3716 Start • End Date: 10/26/10 • 10/29/10 Day: TWF Time: 8:30A – 5:30P Cost: 66.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Sus Tech Bldg Rm 139 Exploring Sustainable Design and Construction – CCCC Campus CCCC has recently added two new state of the art campus green buildings. This class will explore sustainable building and landscape design, energy efficiencies, and alternative waste water treatment. Instructor: Tim Watson Course #: C-3771 Start • End Date: 09/16/10 • 12/02/10 Day: Th Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 121.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Sus Tech Bldg Rm 139

Chatham Continuing Education: Fall Highlights Carpentry, Electrical and Plumbing Students will learn the fundamentals for basic house construction or remodeling work from experienced builder, teacher, and farmer Kevin Meehan. Starting 09/14/10 and ending 11/30/10. Tuesday nights from 7:00P – 9:00P. The fee is $121.25 and the course # is C-3283. Class is located on PMC, Sus Tech Bldg Rm 135. Literary Performance In this workshop, Karyn Trout will help students to use space, scripts, audience, and voice to present their written works in public performance or presentment. At the end of this workshop, students should be prepared to present their poems or prose works in a public setting with increased comfort and effectiveness. Class is held on 09/18/10. Saturday from 9:00A – 3:00P. The fee is $55.00 and the course # is C-3740. Tai Chi for Health Class focuses on relaxing the body, deepening the breath, increasing flexibility, and improving muscle strength, balance, and coordination. Anyone, regardless of age or physical ability, can practice Tai Chi. Starting 08/18/10 and ending 11/03/10. Wednesday nights from 6:30P – 7:45P. The fee is $50.00 and the course # is C-3762.

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Sustainable & Green Education Introduction to Photovoltaic System Design Course covers basics of PV design and installation, preparing students for entry level PV careers, or professional development and personal use. Students are eligible to sit for the NABCEP–Entry Level Certificate Exam. Exam fees are $75.00. Instructor: David DelVecchio Course #: C-3281 Start • End Date: 09/15/10 • 12/08/10 Day: W Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 120.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Sus Tech Bldg Rm 140 LEED Green Associate Program and Building Rating System This course is designed to introduce students to the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Building Rating System and the new professional designation, Green Associate. Employers are increasingly seeking staff with the LEED certification. Class meets three consecutive Saturdays. Instructor: Alicia Ravetto, AIA, LEED AP Course #: C-3717 Start • End Date: 09/18/10 • 10/02/10 Day: S Time: 9:00A – 1:00P Cost: 210.00 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Sus Tech Bldg Rm 136 Residential Building Science This course is intended to develop a fundamental understanding of building science principles and applications, i.e. heat, air, moisture flow in buildings to optimize performance. Instructor: Dan McFarland, Southern Energy Management. Course #: C-3718 Start • End Date: 09/19/10 • 11/22/10 Day: M Time: 6:30P – 9:30P Cost: 121.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Sus Tech Bldg Rm 139 Water Conservation and Reuse: CCCC Campus CCCC recently installed a groundbreaking waste water treatment system, using plants to manage all waste water. Campus and community tours will describe this system as well as grey water options. Instructor: Dr. Hal House Course #: C-3255 Start • End Date: 08/26/10 • 09/23/10 Day: Th Time: 6:30P – 8:30P Cost: 66.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Sus Tech Bldg Rm 134

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Sustainable Agriculture Growing Organic Vegetables This course will present the fundamentals of organic vegetable growing and offer hands-on training in the most important skills involved. Grow, harvest, and utilize a variety of vegetables organically, and learn about irrigation installation and season extension structures. Course #: C-3773 Start • End Date: 09/07/10 • 10/27/10 Day: W Time: 6:00P – 9:00P Cost: 66.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Bldg 1 Rm 111 Sustainable Practices for Equine Operations Best management practices for horse owners. Overview of the issues related to non-point source pollution, horses vs. other livestock, pasture, nutrient and water source management. Taught by Barbara Oslund. Course #: C-3772 Start • End Date: 10/07/10 • 11/18/10 Day: Th Time: 7:00P – 9:00P Cost: 66.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Sus Tech Bldg Rm 135 Tree Identification This course is designed to equip the student to identify many locally encountered trees and have an appreciation of their importance in our environment, industry, and culture. Taught by Andy Upshaw. Course #: C-3775 Start • End Date: 08/24/10 • 09/28/10 Day: T Time: 9:00A – 12:00P Cost: 66.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Sus Tech Bldg Rm 135 Wildcrafting Local Flora This hands-on field study covers the topics of plant identification, ethical gathering, and preparation and use of medicinal and edible wild plants. Taught by Tony Mayer. Course #: C-3774 Start • End Date: 08/26/10 • 10/14/10 Day: Th Time: 5:00P – 7:30P Cost: 66.25 Location Code: PMC Building Location: Sus Tech Bldg Rm 111

For Registration information, refer to page 3. For Location Key, refer to page 6.

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Customized Training... We Can Help A well-trained workforce with up-to-date skills can mean the difference between profit and loss in modern industry. Central Carolina Community College’s Industry Services office works with industries in Chatham, Harnett, and Lee counties to maximize success through quality workforce training: >> Customized Industry Training Program >> Incumbent Workforce Development Program

Industry Services: Cathy Swindell, Director of Industry Services 919-718-7212

Visit us online at www.cccc.edu/industryservices

Sue Whitman, Industry Services Assistant 919-718-7490

NEW YORK TRIP Thursday, May 26 — Sunday, May 29, 2011 Trip includes: • Three nights at Broadway Millenium hotel • Two hit Broadway musicals • Three gourmet dinners • Behind-the-scenes private tour of Radio City Music Hall • Guided siteseeing tours including Times Square, Fashion Avenue, Greenwich Village, and other locations • Plus much, much more! Offered by Central Carolina Community College Continuing Education in partnership with Temple Theatre For more information or to register, please call Cindy Ramsey, CCCC Director of Continuing Education, 919-775-2122, ext. 7790.


Fall 2010 CE Schedule - v1  

The Division of Continuing Education will award Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for appropriate programs.

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