Fall/Winter 2011â€”2012 Workforce Education Catalog
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Reach Out for New Opportunities! • High-Tech Training • Basic Skills Training • Computer Training • Medical Training • Career Planning • Résumé Assistance • Career Assessments • Job-Seeking Skills • Customized Training for Business • Specialty Classes • GED
Mission Statement Our mission is to guarantee that all students Empower themselves, Excel in the emerging workplace, and Enrich their community.
Core Values We believe that: People are personally responsible for their choices and actions. Treating people with dignity and respect will enhance learning. Attitude and goals drive achievement. All people can learn. All people can make positive contributions. Change is exciting and essential for growth.
Welcome to Comprehensive Training and Development Programs for Individuals, Business and Industry Career Development Programs Alternative Energy Integrator ............................................ 6 Automotive Technology ..................................................... 7 Automotive Collision Repair .............................................. 7 Construction ....................................................................... 8 Culinary Arts ....................................................................... 8 Firefighter Level I & II ......................................................... 8 Heating & Air Conditioning ................................................ 8 Office Specialist .................................................................. 9 Paramedic.......................................................................... 10 STNA .................................................................................. 10 Welding ................................................................................ 9 Career Enhancement Programs Computer ........................................................................... 18 Fire Short Classes ............................................................ 17 Forklift/OSHA .................................................................... 14 Information Technology Certifications ........................... 22 Industrial............................................................................ 14 Manufacturing Certifications ........................................... 15 Medical / Public Safety ..................................................... 12 Volunteer Fireâ€Ś.. .............................................................. 14 Career Resources and Planning ................................................ 25 Customized Training for Industry .............................................. 24 Lifelong Learning Lab/GED/Able ............................................... 28 Policies ........................................................................................... 3 Registration Career Development Registration ..................................... 5 Career Enhancement Registration .................................. 11 Financial Aid ....................................................................... 5 School Calendar .......................................................................... 30 Auburn Career Center 800-544-9750 / 440-357-7542 Adult Education Office ................................................................. 8212/8213 Career Resources .................................................................................. 8007 GED/ABLE .............................................................................................. 8237 Customized Business & Industrial Training ....................................... 8244 Financial Aid .......................................................................................... 8276 EMS Coordinator ................................................................................... 8238 Adult Director ........................................................................................ 8017 Evening Program Coordinator ............................................................. 8276 www.auburncc.org
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further information, please call Ed Molzon at 440-357-7542 ext. 8244 or email him at email@example.com. Auburn Career Center shall not be held liable for any injury(s) to individuals while on Auburn Career Center properties or any loss(es) and/or damage(s) to an individual's property that may occur while on Auburn Career Center properties. All students are responsible for following safety codes and procedures related to individual study courses. Students are expected to respect and adhere to school policies and course regulations. All students enrolled in any program at Auburn Career Center are expected to display good conduct and self-discipline. Non-Discrimination The Auburn Vocational School District affirms that no person shall, on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, national origin or handicap, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any educational program or activities conducted under its auspices. This shall extend to employees therein and admissions thereto. Inquiries concerning the application of this policy may be referred to the superintendent or designated coordinator. The policy prevails in all Board policies concerning school employees and students. The Board of Education designates: Title VI, Title IX and Section 504. the Superintendent, 8140 Auburn Road, Concord Township, Ohio 44077; 440-357-7542 or 800-5449750. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. The Ohio Relay Service phone number is 800-750-0750. Safety Some Workforce Education programs require protective clothing and/or safety equipment. It is mandatory that students wear or use this equipment in every hands-on class. This includes safety glasses, which may be purchased in the Workforce Education Office. Eligibility for Workforce Education Programs Registration is open to any adult or student over the age of 16. High school applicants 16 years of age or older may enroll with written permission from parents and school principal or counselor prior to registration for Workforce Education classes. Please note that some programs require a high school diploma and/or application as part of enrollment.
Auburn Career Center is a non-smoking campus
Withdrawal Policy Students may withdraw and receive a refund from a registered class if the request is made in writing two business days prior to the first day of class. A processing fee of $25 applies. Classes are self-supporting; there are no refunds after the first day of class. Refunds will be issued within four weeks of cancellation. Classes Cancelled for Inclement Weather The Workforce Education Division of Auburn Career Center adheres to a school calendar for scheduled holidays. The calendar may be accessed at the school website or by asking for a copy from the Workforce Education Office. Unscheduled school closings will be announced over television stations or online. Our school closing announcements will be listed as Auburn Career Center Workforce Education. Unscheduled class cancellations occur mainly during the winter months. Workforce Education classes do NOT necessarily follow the high school protocols. Students should use their discretion to determine if weather conditions preclude attending class. Students who choose not to attend when Auburn remains open will be counted absent. Textbook and Lab Fees Unless specified, textbook and laboratory fees are not included in the cost of the program. Students may purchase textbooks from the Workforce Education Office. Special delivery charges may apply for book orders placed for students who register later than five days before the class start date. In some classes, students may be required to have their own hand tools and/or uniform. Certification A certificate of completion from Auburn Career Center is awarded to each student who
To assure we have adequate supplies and
books, please register at least five business days before classes begin. satisfactorily completes required coursework and attends 90% of scheduled classes. www.auburncc.org
Class Cancellations Classes may be cancelled if the minimum enrollment is not met. Auburnâ€™s Workforce Education Program reserves the right to cancel, discontinue, postpone or combine courses before or after the first scheduled class. Students enrolled in a class that is cancelled will be contacted by phone and have the option to transfer to another class or receive a full refund. Refunds will be issued within four weeks. Auburn cannot assume responsibility for any conflict in business or personal affairs that result from class cancellations.
Career Development Programs Registration
Registration for Career Development Programs 1. Call Career Resources at 440-357-7542 ext. 8007 to meet with a career counselor and to schedule a WorkKeys assessment. The assessment cost is $100 which is non-refundable. 2. To finalize registration, complete an application and make payment arrangements with the Workforce Education Office. WorkKeys Assessment Test The WorkKeys assessment is required for all Career Development Programs. The assessment is an evaluation of reading and math skills measuring your skills to the skills necessary to successfully complete the Career Development Programs. Anyone who would like to improve his or her reading and/or math skills may attend the Lifelong Learning Lab free of charge. Payment Options for Career Development Programs Federal Pell Grant – Available for Career Development Programs with a minimum of 600 hours. Contact the Financial Aid Office at 800-544-9750 ext. 8276 for further information. Apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Auburn’s school code is 030514. Students who are Pell Grant eligible and verified by the Financial Aid Coordinator, may use the Pell Grant with an additional $500 for their down payment. The student is required to sign a tuition agreement with credit/debit card information and make equal monthly interest-free payments for the balance of the tuition. Pell Grant recipients must attend 90% of scheduled class time to remain eligible for financial aid. Failure to maintain 90% attendance will result in loss of Pell Grant funding and the student will be responsible for the balance of the account. VA Benefits – Some Career Development Programs have been approved by the State of Ohio Approving Agency. Contact the Financial Aid Office at 800-5449750 ext. 8276 for further information. Automatic Payment Plan – To participate in the payment plan, submission of a valid VISA, MasterCard, or Discover must be submitted with a signed Tuition Agreement form. A self-paying student is required to put down one-third of the tuition. Balance is payable in equal monthly interest-free installments due on the 15th of each month. A Tuition Agreement must be completed along with a valid credit card number. Contact the Workforce Education Office at 440-357-7542 or 800-544-9750 ext. 8212 for further information. Application Fee - There is a $15 application fee for all Career Development Programs.
Registration deadline for Career Development classes is August 26th. 5
Alternative Energy Integrator
Level One covers four areas: 1. Direct Current 2. Alternating Current 3. Energy Areas: Photovoltaic Wind Micro Hydro Fuel Cells 4. Physics: Chemistry Meteorology Mathematics This program will prepare someone for jobs in the rapidly expanding field of ―GREEN.‖ The cutting edge nature of ―Alternative Energy‖ opens the door to a wide variety of job opportunities in this area. Electricity is still the fundamental control for all forms of energy and is a ―must know‖ in this field. Heavy emphasis is placed on having a good understanding of the basics in Electricity and fundamental Electronic components. New technology and improvement in existing technologies creates a need for a workforce that understands the Physics and Chemistry of how energy is stored, transferred and produced. Fuel cells, and the accompanying technology, are currently part of our local industry and require the understanding of a PEM type fuel cell. Photovoltaic and Wind Energy require a fundamental understanding of Meteorology in order to properly place these devices. The integration of these devices in our everyday lives will steadily increase and will be soon found in homes, cars, and industry. The State of Ohio has targeted Alternative Energy as the number one industry for transforming its workforce. Upon completion of this course you will receive an Auburn Certificate and will be prepared to take the ETA, Alternative Energy Integrator exam. The ETA International organization was founded in 1978 and is a not-for-profit professional association for promoting excellence in electronics technologies through certifications (www.eta-i.org). Book additional (approx. $150.00) – ETA exam fees are additional. ITP 918 600 Hrs M-F $5182 9/6/11—6/6/12 11:30 am—3:15 pm (Down payment $1727.36 with 8 payments of $431.83)
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This intensive course will prepare individuals for Level One Certification in the path of Alternative Energy Integrator through ETA International (www.eta-i.org).
Career Development Programs
Automotive Technology Automotive technicians must make quick and accurate diagnoses and possess good reasoning ability and total knowledge of automobiles. Students will gain actual hands-on experience and training in preparation to take the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification tests. Course is equal to one-half year work experience towards the 2 years needed to take the ASE test. Course includes a 10-hour OSHA Safety Program. Books additional (approx. cost $100). Tools required, request list from Workforce Education Office. Tools are required before the end of the first week. *Pell Grant eligible ITP 902 600 Hrs M–Th $4090 9/6/11—6/26/12 6:00—10:00 pm (Down payment $1363.36 with 8 payments of $340.83)
Automotive Collision Repair This program develops skills necessary for repairing and refinishing interior and exterior components of conventional and unitized body vehicles. It covers all aspects of automotive refinishing, collision repair, basic introduction to major collision rebuilding, frame straightening and unibody repair. Learn the basics of metal shrinking, basic oxyfuel and MIG welding, panel replacement, filler applications and rough out methods. Final refinishing procedures include painting, color sanding, machine polishing/buffing and pinstriping. Includes a 10-hour OSHA Safety Program. Books additional (approx. cost $150). Tools required, request list from Workforce Education Office. ITP 904 300 Hrs T/Th $2563 9/6/11—6/21/12 6:00—10:00pm (Down payment $854.36 with 8 payments of $213.58) Automotive Collision Short Courses A.
Basic Welding & Sheet Metal Repair 75 Hrs. $673 9/6/11—11/8/11 6:00—10:00 pm Learn the basics of MIG and oxy welding, minor sheet metal repair, use of body fillers, heat shrinking, plastic repair. B. Basic Restoration 75 Hrs. $673 11/10/11—2/2/12 6:00—10:00 pm Intermediate welding techniques, restoration repair, fabrication, plastic welding. C. Basic Refinishing Technology 100 Hrs. $897 2/7/12—5/8/12 6:00—10:00 pm Paint mixing theory, base coat and clear coat application, detailing, masking, paint troubleshooting. D. Basic Structural Repair 50 Hrs. $448 5/10/12—6/21/12 6:00—10:00 pm Body dimension theory, tram gauge use, welding panel replacement, structural sectioning, corrosion protection. All short courses will also cover basic safety issues involved in each topic. A 10-hour OSHA Safety Certificate is also available with any short course for $20 and will require online work outside the class. Tools for each short course are required.
Culinary Arts This course covers the techniques and procedures of quality food production, basic cooking principles, and large and small equipment identification and its use. Course topics include: stocks, sauces, soups, meat, poultry, and seafood cooking techniques; principles of fruit and vegetables, baking and pastry, food service sanitation, first aid techniques, and employability skills. ITP 912 310 Hrs T/W/Th $2873 9/6/11—3/22/12 6:00—10:00 pm (Down payment $957.64 with 8 payments of $239.42)
Firefighter Levels I & II Receive the highest level of training to become a certified firefighter. Limited space available. Students successfully completing this course may receive credit toward four fire science technology courses at Lakeland Community College. To receive an application for this program, call the Workforce Education Office at 440-357-7542 or 800-544-9750 ext. 8213. Additional cost for books (approx. cost $120). Prerequisite: WorkKeys Assessment FIR 042 256 Hrs $999 A. 8/25/11—12/20/11 Selected T/Th 6:30 pm—10:30 pm Selected Sat/Sun 8:00 am—5:00 pm (Down payment of $333 with 2 payments of $333)
Heating and Air Conditioning This two-year program encompasses the ever-expanding heating and air conditioning fields. CFC refrigeration recovery/recycling certification test is included. NATE test is offered. Includes a 10-hour OSHA Safety Program. Tools required, request list from the Workforce Education Office. Books additional (approx cost $135). *Pell Grant eligible. ITP 909 600 Hrs T/Th $4681 9/6/11—6/2013 6:00—10:00 pm (Down payment $1560.28 with 12 payments of $260.06)
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Receive a broad spectrum of training in all of the construction trades by building a home, or working on various other construction projects with a local construction company. Tools are required, request list from the Workforce Education Office. *Pell Grant eligible. ITP 903 600 Hrs M—Th $4090 9/6/11—6/26/12 6:00—10:00 pm (Down payment $1363.36 with 8 payments of $340.83)
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Licensed Practical Nursing Program The program will prepare individuals to specialize in delivering high-quality nursing care to patients in any stage of wellness or illness. LPN graduates will work closely with physicians, registered nurses and other healthcare professionals to deliver highly skilled nursing care. As part of our Health Career Pathway partnership with Lakeland Community College, students who complete the program will be able to continue their career pathway education in Lakeland’s twoyear nursing program. The program consists of theory, skill development and patient contact through a variety of clinical experiences. Admission to the program is an application process which is explained at the mandatory Information session. Please call 440-357-7542 ext. 8366 for information. Inquiries are being accepted to determine a possible start date for a Day/ Night Practical Nursing Program. *Pell Grant eligible. HEA 500 1200 Hrs. Dates, time and cost to be announced.
Office Specialist Develop the skills necessary to be an Administrative Professional. Students will master technology, be provided with top-notch interpersonal and communication skills, and learn to manage projects. Topics include: communication and employability skills, office procedures for the 21st century, basic medical terminology, automated accounting and Microsoft Office. Students will also have the opportunity to apply their new skills during a one week internship. Books not included (approx. $250). ITP 923 10 weeks M–F $3000 (Down payment $1000 and 2 equal payments of $1000) A. 9/6/11—11/3/11 1:00—4:00 pm B. 1/9/12—3/8/12 9:00—Noon
Welding This course provides in-depth training towards AWS certification in SMAW, GTAW, GMAW, MIG, and TIG Welding. Oxyfuel cutting is included. Extensive hands-on experience in all position welding with various types of joints. Includes a 10-hour OSHA Safety Program. Certification fees not included. To receive information about finance and scholarship programs available through the American Welding Society, call 800-443-9353 or visit the web at www.aws.org. Books additional (approx. cost $100). Tools required, request list from the Workforce Education Office. Each student is responsible to have a welding helmet, gloves, leather boots and safety glasses prior to the start of class. ITP 913 420 Hrs M–W $4030 9/6/11—6/11/12 5:00—9:30 pm (Down payment $1343.36 with 8 payments of $335.83)
State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) This Ohio Department of Health certified course prepares individuals for employment in long-term care facilities, hospitals, and home health care. Coursework includes: Basic Nursing Skills, Infection Control, Safety and Emergency Needs, Personal Care Skills, Mental Health and Social Service Needs, Basic Restorative Services and Residents’ Rights. 26-hour clinical experience provides supervised application of skills. At the end of the course, trainees are eligible to take the STNA exam (included in the tuition). Punctuality and attendance are critical for this course. Students cannot miss any time during the first 16-hours of class or any clinical days or they may be withdrawn from the course. Instructors meet all State of Ohio Trainer requirements. Medical malpractice insurance is covered by Auburn for students during the course. Books additional (approx. $30). Documentation Required with Application: Verification of negative 2-step TB test or 1-step test with proof of prior 2-step BCI background check with no criminal history HEA 405 92.5 Hrs M/T/W/Th Evenings $670 A. 10/4/11—11/22/11 6:00—10:00 pm B. 3/19/12—5/14/12 6:00—10:00 pm (Clinical times may vary from these days.) HEA 405 92.5 Hrs M-F Days $670 C. 9/7/11—10/6/11 9:00 am—3:00 pm D. 1/3/12—2/2/12 9:00 am—3:00 pm E. 2/13/12—3/14/12 9:00 am—3:00 pm F. 5/14/12—6/13/12 9:00 am—3:00 pm www.auburncc.org
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Prerequisite: EMT-Basic or Intermediate EMT, CPR Provider. This intensive, 852-hour course is a comprehensive, rigorous State of Ohio accredited program designed to take an EMT Basic or EMT Intermediate to the next level in their EMS or firefighting career. The course integrates online, classroom practical, and clinical experiences to provide refinement of skills learned. Students who successfully complete the program will be able to sit for the National Registry Paramedic exam. The National Registry test fee is not included in the cost of tuition. Successful completion of this exam is necessary for State of Ohio Paramedic certification. The application process includes proof of immunizations, TB skin test, and reading comprehension exam. A physical exam, criminal background check, and drug test must be completed through an approved source at the student’s expense, prior to admission to the program. Books and uniform additional (approx. cost $400). ODPS Accreditation #302. PAR 910 852 Hrs (432 class/lab, 420 clinical) M/W/F $4635 9/7/11—6/27/12 6:00—10:00 pm (Down payment $1545.03 with 9 payments of $343.33)
Career Enhancement Programs - Registration Form
FIVE EASY WAYS TO GET A SEAT IN THE CLASS YOU WANT Phone: To register by phone, call 440-357-7542 or 800-544-9750 ext. 8212. Please have all the information requested on the registration form below ready before calling. Phone registrations will be accepted using Visa, MasterCard or Discover only. Online: Register online at www.auburncc.org — The Workforce Education Center Walk In: To register in person, come to the Workforce Education Office during the following hours: School Year Office Hrs: Mon-Thurs, 8:00 am–8:00 pm / Fri, 8:00 am–3:30 pm Summer Office Hours: Mon-Friday, 7:30 am–3:00 pm Evening office hours are not available when evening classes are not in session. This occurs during holiday periods and the summer hours. To ensure someone will be available to assist you, please call 440-357-7542 ext 8212.
Mail: Complete and return the registration form with your check, money order or Visa, Mastercard, or Discover information to Auburn Career Center, Attention: Workforce Education, 8140 Auburn Road, Concord Twp., Ohio 44077. Fax: Complete the registration form below including Visa, MasterCard, or Discover information and fax it to 440-392-2390. Report for class on the starting date and time indicated unless otherwise notified. (Print Clearly) Check enclosed $________________________________________________________ Visa/MC/Disc #_______________________________________ Expiration Date______ Signature (for charges only)________________________________________________ Name__________________________________________________________________ Address____________________________________Home Phone__________________ City_____________________________ State____________ Zip___________________ Business Name___________________________
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HCA (Home Health Care) Aide The HCA class is a 15-hour bridge curriculum required for STNA’s to be eligible to take the National Home Care Aide Certification exam. The exam costs $40 additional at the student’s expense. Proof of completion of a 75-hour STNA program must be presented at registration. Prerequisite: Successful pass rate on the STNA exam. HEA 406 15 Hrs W/Th/F Days $130 A. 12/14/11—12/16/11 9:00 am—3:00 pm B. 6/13/12—6/15/12 9:00 am—3:00 pm HEA 406 15 Hrs T/W/Th/M Evenings $130 C. 2/7/12—2/13/12 6:00—10:00 pm
This official 132-hour EMT program is accredited by the State of Ohio. This course provides instruction and practice in handling airway obstruction, dealing with cardiac arrest, controlling bleeding, treating shock, immobilizing fractures, assisting with emergency childbirth and giving initial care for burns and poisonings. Learn how to administer oxygen, use backboards, suction devices, splints, and stretchers. You must be 18 years of age or older, have a high school diploma or GED, and possess a valid Ohio driver's license. Application process includes proof of vaccination/TB status, BCI background check, and drug screen at student’s expense. Upon completion, you will be eligible to take the National Registry EMT exam. The National Registry exam fee is not included in the cost of tuition. Call the Workforce Education Office to request an application. Additional clinical hours are required for state certification. Additional fee for book and uniform shirt apply (approx. cost for books $110). ODPS Accreditation #302. HEA 205 132 Hrs. + 24 Hrs. clinical time T/Th $762 A. 9/6/11—1/19/12 6:00—10:00 pm
EMT-Basic Refresher - 30 Hour This course meets the curriculum guideline for the State of Ohio EMT-Basic Refresher course. Students must successfully complete the written final and practical tests. No clinical hours required. Current EMT-Basic book of the student’s choice is required. ODPS Accreditation #302 HEA 211 30 Hrs M/W $230 10/3/11—10/26/11 5:00—10:00 pm
Paramedic Refresher Course (48 Hour) This course meets the curriculum guidelines for the State of Ohio EMT-Paramedic Refresher curriculum. Students must successfully complete all written and practical tests. No clinical hours are required. Book provided by student or can be purchased in office. ODPS Accreditation #302 www.auburncc.org
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PAR 900 48 Hrs 10/11/11—11/17/11
T/Th $284 6:00—10:00 pm
ACLS Refresher This is an 8-hour American Heart Association Course recertification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support. Students MUST possess current American Heart Association ACLS Provider cards prior to enrollment. HEA 220 8 Hrs $95 A. 9/20/11 & 9/22/11 T/Th 6:00—10:00 pm B. 10/27/11 & 11/3/11 Th/Th 6:00—10:00 pm
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CPR Instructor This 10-hour American Heart Association CPR Instructor course is designed to provide the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to coordinate and teach their own courses. Two letters of reference are required. Students MUST possess a current American Heart Association BLS Healthcare Provider card prior to enrollment and complete the AHA Online CORE Instructor curriculum prior to the first class. Students are required to have a BLS Heathcare Provider manual. If you do not have one, the cost will be $15. CPR Instructor manual is required (approx. cost $35.00). HEA 224 10 Hrs T/Th $165 A. 10/11/11 & 10/13/11 5:00—10:00 pm The American Heart Association strongly promotes proficiency in ACLS, PALS and CPR and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent income to the American Heart Association (AHA required disclaimer).
Medical Terminology/Anatomy – Traditional Classroom Delivery This class provides introductory knowledge that is essential to working in any medical profession. Medical terminology and anatomy focuses on body systems, anatomical structures and diagnostic procedures. Content presented in this course is helpful to individuals interested in pursuing a career in a health-related field. Additional cost for books (approx. cost $70). HEA 215 78 Hrs M/W $520 A. 9/12/11—12/14/11 6:00 – 9:00 pm B. 2/13/12—5/21/12 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Medical Billing – Traditional Classroom Delivery This course is designed for those with a medical terminology background and those already employed in the medical field that wish to transition their career into the medical coding field. The content of this course focuses on ICD-9 and CPT coding and how to use this information for medical billing, insurance referrals, patient registration, and preparing requisitions for x-rays, labs and more. Book fee additional (approx. cost $95). HEA 21 54 Hrs T $458
Medical Transcription – Traditional Classroom Delivery This course is designed for the student who is interested in becoming a medical transcriptionist. Requirements for this course include basic computer knowledge, typing skills and medical terminology. Certification is possible upon completion of this course. HEA 21 78 Hrs T/Th $575 A. 2/14/12—5/17/12 6:00—9:00 pm
Forklift: Operator Safety and Certification This two-hour course is designed for experienced operators. Students earn certification to drive a forklift truck. This course consists of theory and hands-on training. A written test and driving evaluation will be administered. An Auburn certificate will be awarded upon successful completion. FRO 100 2 Hrs Th $80 A. 9/8/11 3:00—5:00 pm B. 11/10/11 3:00—5:00 pm C. 1/12/12 3:00—5:00 pm D. 3/8/12 3:00—5:00 pm E. 5/10/12 3:00—5:00 pm
New Training Opportunities for Industry Training consists of online learning and hands-on activities with the online portion being accessible anywhere high-speed internet is available. Topics available are: Fluid Power - Hydraulics and Pneumatics Hydraulic Troubleshooting AC/DC Electrical Electric Relay Controls Electric Motor Controls - Motor, Electronic Sensor, Variable Frequency AC Drive Programmable Controller Mechanical Drives Quality Assurance Open lab is every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 5:00-9:00pm. Each Learning Activity Packet (LAP) consists of objectives, activities, and skills. Each LAP is four to six hours of work and cost $125.00 a LAP. To enroll or get www.auburncc.org 14
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Upon successful completion of class training, students are eligible to take the state exam for Volunteer Firefighter Certification. Must be 18 years of age and out of High School. This class contains strenuous physical activity. Physical required by first class. Additional cost for books (approx. cost $100). FIR 036 36 Hrs Th $465 A. 9/8/11—11/10/11 6:00 – 10:00 pm
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Auburn and Kennametal Manufacturing Program A new partnership has been forged with Kennametal Inc. to deliver a new stateof-the-art manufacturing training program. This manufacturing program is designed to provide the beginner with the skills necessary to be entry-level ready for the industry. The beginning of this blended program will be at Auburn Career Center and will consist of the traditional classroom, a hands-on laboratory, plus online learning experiences. At Auburn the program will afford students learning opportunities such as blueprint reading, operation of manual mills, lathes, and will end with a thorough introduction to CNC. The second part of this program will be conducted at Kennametal in Solon. This will consist of hands-on training on the shop floor with Kennametal equipment along with classroom instruction. Certifications that are obtainable include: MSSC (Manufacturing Skills Standards Council), NIMS (National Institute of Metalworking Skills), and 10-hour OSHA Safety card. Requirements: safety shoes (steel toed) and safety glasses TRI 202 $4600 Auburn Training Approx. 350 Hrs M/W/F 9:00—3:30 pm Kennametal Training Approx. 300 Hrs M/T/W/Th/F 8:00—4:00 pm A. 9/7/11—5/11/2012
Introduction to Manufacturing with MSSC Certification The Introduction to Manufacturing program will acquaint the student with topics such as: electricity, fluid power, mechanical drives, and PLC’s. The student will also be presented with information pertaining to safety, math review, print reading, communication skills, measurement skills and proper use of hand tools. This will be a blended program in which the student will have on line courses and traditional classroom presentations. The program will give the student the opportunity to obtain a 10-hour OSHA safety certification and a CPT (Certified Production Technician) certification through MSSC (The Manufacturing Skill Standards Council). Books additional (approx. $200). TRI 682 150 Hrs T/Th $1500 A. 9/6/11—2/2/12 5:00—9:00 pm
Auburn partners with the AWT (a collaborative initiative between Lakeland Community College, Auburn and over 95 local manufacturers) to promote and increase the awareness of manufacturing careers in Lake County and surrounding areas.
Introduction to Architectural CAD (SoftPlan) This course teaches students to create basic residential floor plans and elevations. Topics include: simplified floor plans, roof plans, joist layouts, drawing organization, drawing changes, drawing annotations and complete construction. TRI 711 21 Hrs T/Th $270 A. 10/4/11—10/20/11 6:00—9:30 pm
Small Engine Repair & Maintenance – Lawn & Garden
Basic Home Project Welding Learn how to operate your portable welding equipment in a class designed for the do-it-yourselfer and hobbyist. Course covers MIG welding on sheet metal, AC/DC stick welding on sheet metal, and oxy-acetylene welding/cutting. Emphasis is placed on safety, machine operation and plenty of hands-on training using portable welding equipment. TRI 402 21 Hrs Th $275 A. 9/22/11—11/3/11 6:00—9:00 pm B. 2/9/12—3/22/12 6:00—9:00 pm
Advanced Home Project Welding A continuation of the Basic Home Project Welding course, this class sharpens your skills in TIG welding, plasma cutting and MIG welding heavy plate, with plenty of hands-on training. All welding is done with portable welding equipment. TRI 403 21 Hrs Th $275 A. 12/1/11—1/5/12 6:00—9:00 pm
Basic Electrical — Residential Learn the basic electrical principles and procedures found in new construction and remodeling projects. Troubleshooting techniques are also taught. Book cost extra (approx. $10). TRI 848 48 Hrs T/Th $400 A. 10/4/11—11/10/11 6:00—10:00 pm
Introduction to the National Electrical Code This course focuses on the proper navigation of the National Electrical Code. Books additional (approx. cost $95). TRI 830 16 Hrs. M $225 A. 9/12/11—10/31/11 5:15—7:15 pm
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Learn to troubleshoot, service, and repair various types of small engines. Additional cost for book (approx. cost $80). TRI 680 48 Hrs M/T $445 A. 9/26/11—11/15/11 6:00—9:00 pm
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Introduction to the Residential Code of Ohio This course focuses on the proper navigation of the current Residential Code of Ohio. Learn code requirements for all aspects of residential construction. Books additional (approx. cost $90). TRI 841 16 Hrs M $225 A. 9/12/11—10/31/11 7:30—9:30 pm B. 1/9/12—3/12/12 7:30—9:30 pm
State of Ohio Electrical Contractors Exam Preparation This is an exam preparation course which focuses on residential, commercial and industrial requirements for the Ohio Electrical Contractors Exam. Books additional (approx. cost $95). TRI 839 18 Hrs M $225 A. 1/9/12—3/12/12 5:15—7:15 pm
Fire Short Courses Ice Rescue Covers scene safety, ice formation, hypothermia, cold-water near drowning, rescue equipment, and operational planning. Class includes both classroom and practical training on ice. FIR 100 8 Hrs $200 A. 1/21/12 Sat 8:00—5:00 pm B. 1/22/12 Sun 8:00—5:00 pm C. 2/11/12 Sat 8:00—5:00 pm D. 2/12/12 Sun 8:00—5:00 pm
Fire Pumps Cover pump theory, friction loss, electronic pump controls, proper pump operator procedures. Students will work with several types of pumps, change operations from tank to hydrant, operate multiple lines, set relief valves, and monitor operations of various field conditions. FIR 101 8 Hrs. $200 A. 10/9/11 Sun 8:00—5:00 pm
Fire Attack, Engine Company Ops
Covers basic engine company operations including hose lays, hoseline advancements, suppression tactics, low and high pressure systems, line selection and equipment. Includes live burn. FIR 102 8 Hrs. $200 A. 7/17/11 Sun 8:00—5:00 pm B. 8/21/11 Sat 8:00—5:00 pm C. 9/18/11 Sun 8:00—5:00 pm D. 10/16/11 Sun 8:00—5:00 pm
Covers movement of water from static sources and tanker operations. Student will set up various drafting operations and move water to main flow to fire. FIR 103 8 Hrs. $200 9/18/11 Sun 8:00—5:00 pm
Electrical Safety Covers fundamental elements of electrical flow, electrical fire hazards; transformers, circuit breakers, autoreclosers and capacitors found on utility poles. Both residential and commercial circuits will be covered. FIR 104 8 Hrs. $200 11/13/11 Sun 8:00—5:00 pm
Computer Courses Computer Fundamentals This course is for the student who has little or no experience with personal computers and wants to learn the basics. Students will learn the basic elements of the Windows interface, how to navigate Windows Explorer, organize files and folders, search for items on their computers and personalize Windows. Books not included (approx. cost of book $25). BOE 200 12 Hrs $268 A. 7/18/11—7/21/11 M/T/W/Th 6:00—9:00 pm B. 9/6/11—9/9/11 T/W/Th/F 1:00—4:00 pm C. 1/9/12—1/12/12 M/T/W/Th 9:00—Noon
Word 2010 Level I Students will learn how to use the help system and navigate documents. You will enter and edit text, create and save documents, learn how to enhance the appearance of a document, create tables, insert headers and footers, proof and print documents, and insert graphics. Books not included (approx. cost of book $25). BOE 228 6 Hrs $150 A. 7/5/11—7/6/11 T/W 6:00—9:00 pm B. 7/25/11—7/26/11 M/T 9:00—Noon www.auburncc.org
Career Enhancement Programs
Career Enhancement Programs
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Word 2010 Level II Students will format tables, print labels and envelopes, and work with graphics. They will use document templates, manage document revisions, and work with Web features. Books not included (approx. cost of book $25). BOE 229 6 Hrs $150 A. 7/11/11—7/12/11 M/T 1:00—4:00 pm B. 8/15/11—8/16/11 M/T 9:00—Noon C. 9/14/11—9/15/11 W/Th 1:00—4:00 pm D. 9/19/11—9/20/11 M/T 6:00—9:00 pm E. 10/10/11—10/11/11 M/T 9:00—Noon F. 11/9/11—11/10/11 W/Th 6:00—9:00 pm G. 12/7/11—12/8/11 W/Th 1:00—4:00 pm H. 1/11/12—1/12/12 W/Th 6:00—9:00 pm I. 1/18/12—1/19/12 W/Th 9:00—Noon
Word 2010 Level III Students will perform mail merges, create and use forms, and create master documents that include a table of contents, a table of figures, footnotes, endnotes, an index, bookmarks, cross-references and Web frames. Books not included (approx. cost of book $25). BOE 230 6 Hrs $150 A. 7/18/11—7/19/11 M/T 1:00—4:00 pm B. 8/24/11—8/25/11 W/Th 9:00—Noon C. 9/28/11—9/29/11 W/Th 6:00—9:00 pm D. 11/14/11—11/15/11 M/T 9:00—Noon E. 1/17/12—1/18/12 T/W 6:00—9:00 pm
Excel 2010 Level I
Discover the power of using formulas and functions in Excel. Books not included (approx. cost of book $25). BOE 236 6 Hrs $150 A. 7/13/11—7/14/11 W/Th 9:00—Noon B. 7/25/11—7/26/11 M/T 1:00—4:00 pm C. 8/10/11—8/11/11 W/Th 1:00—4:00 pm D. 8/22/11—8/23/11 M/T 9:00—Noon E. 9/12/11—9/13/11 M/T 9:00—Noon
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Move beyond the basics and discover the powerful features of Excel. Books not included (approx. cost of book $25). BOE 237 6 Hrs $150 A. 7/20/11—7/21/11 W/Th 1:00—4:00 pm B. 8/17/11—8/18/11 W/Th 9:00—Noon C. 9/20/11— 9/22/11 T/Th 1:00—4:00 pm D. 9/21/11—9/22/11 W/Th 6:00—9:00 pm E. 10/17/11—10/18/11 M/T 9:00—Noon F. 11/16/11—11/17/11 W/Th 6:00—9:00 pm G. 12/14/11—12/15/11 W/Th 1:00—4:00 pm H. 1/3/12—1/4/12 T/W 6:00—9:00 pm I. 1/24/12—1/25/12 T/W 9:00—Noon
Excel 2010 Level III
The student will expand their knowledge of advanced functions and add power to a spreadsheets using Excel’s data analysis tools. Books not included (approx. cost of book $25). BOE 238 6 Hrs $150 A. 7/27/11—7/28/11 W/Th 1:00—4:00 pm B. 9/26/11—9/27/11 M/T 9:00—Noon C. 10/31/11—11/1/11 M/T 6:00—9:00 pm D. 1/9/12—1/10/12 M/T 1:00—4:00 pm
Access 2010 Level I Students will learn how to design and create databases. Then they will work with tables, fields, and records; sort and filter data; and set field properties and data entry rules. Students will then learn to create queries, forms, and reports. Books not included (approx. cost of book $25). BOE 240 6 Hrs $150 A. 8/2/11—8/3/11 T/W 6:00—9:00 pm B. 10/4/11—10/5/11 T/W 1:00—4:00 pm C. 10/19/11—10/20/11 W/Th 9:00—Noon D. 12/7/11—12/8/11 W/Th 9:00—Noon E. 1/5/12—1/6/12 Th/F 9:00—Noon
Access 2010 Level II www.auburncc.org
Career Enhancement Programs
Excel 2010 Level II
Career Enhancement Programs
Students will learn how to normalize data, manage table relationships, enforce referential integrity, work with lookup fields and subdatasheets, create join queries, calculated fields, and summary values and much more. Books not included(approx. cost of book $25). BOE 241 6 Hrs $150 A. 7/13/11—7/14/11 W/Th 6:00– 9:00 pm B. 9/1/11—9/2/11 Th/F 9:00—Noon C. 10/6/11—10/7/11 Th/F 1:00—4:00 pm D. 11/16/11—11/17/11 W/Th 1:00—4:00 pm E. 12/14/11—12/15/11 W/Th 9:00—Noon F. 1/23/12—1/24/12 M/T 1:00—4:00 pm
Access 2010 Level III Students will learn how to query with SQL; create crosstab, parameter, and action queries; create macros; import, export, and link database objects and much more. Books not included (approx. cost of book $25). BOE 242 6 Hrs $150 A. 7/27/11—7/28/11 W/Th 6:00—9:00 pm B. 11/21/11—11/22/11 M/T 9:00—Noon
Windows 7 Basic Students will learn how to use the Start menu and taskbar; move and resize windows; create and manage files, folders, and libraries; edit file metadata and search for content on their computers. Books not included (approx. cost of book $25). BOE 204 6 Hrs $150 A. 8/2/11—8/3/11 T/W 1:00—4:00 pm B. 8/31/11—9/1/11 W/Th 6:00—9:00 pm C. 11/9/11—11/10/11 W/Th 1:00—4:00 pm
PowerPoint 2010 Basic Impress your co-workers and clients with a professional presentation. Books not included (approx. cost of book $25). BOE 202 6 Hrs $150 A. 8/24/11—8/25/11 W/Th 1:00—4:00 pm B. 9/27/11—9/29/11 T/Th 1:00—4:00 pm C. 10/24/11—10/25/11 M/T 9:00—Noon D. 12/12/11—12/13/11 M/T 9:00—Noon E. 1/26/12—1/27/12 Th/F 9:00—Noon
PowerPoint 2010 Advanced Student will customize PowerPoint by modifying the Ribbon and changing application settings. They will also apply themes and templates, and work with SmartArt graphics and tables. Learn how to integrate PowerPoint with Word and Excel. Books not included (approx . cost of book $25). BOE 203 6 Hrs $150 A. 8/29/11—8/30/11 M/T 1:00—4:00 pm B. 9/30/11—10/3/11 F/M 1:00—4:00 pm
QuickBooks Pro – Computerized Accounting for Businesses
Outlook 2010 Basic Students will learn how to read, create, send, and forward e-mail messages. Learn how to manage messages and attachments, configure message options, and use search folders. Learn how to manage contacts, use the People Pane, work with tasks, create appointments and schedule meetings. Books not included (approx. cost of book $25). BOE 271 6 Hrs $150 A. 8/10/11—8/11/11 W/Th 9:00—Noon B. 9/7/11—9/8/11 W/Th 6:00—9:00 pm C. 10/20/11—10/21/11 Th/F 1:00—4:00 pm D. 11/7/11—11/8/11 M/T 1:00—4:00 pm E. 1/30/12—1/31/12 M/T 1:00—4:00 pm
Learn Online with Optional Instructor Supported Open Lab Microsoft Office 2007 12 Weeks Online & 8 Hours of Optional Instructor Supported Open Lab In today’s fast paced, collaborative business world, proficiency in Microsoft Office is a must. You will be guided step-by-step through the basics to more advanced features. This series provides three sessions each of Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word, and five sessions of Access and Excel. BOE 267 $1295
CompTIA A+ 8 Weeks Online & 8 Hours of Optional Instructor Supported Open Lab The A+ program covers a broad base of knowledge and competency in core hardware and operating system technologies including installation, configuration, diagnosing, preventive maintenance and basic networking. Upon successful completion of this course you will receive an Auburn certificate and will be prepared to take the industry specific exams. BOE 293 $995
CompTIA Network+ 6 Weeks Online & 6 Hours of Optional Instructor Supported Open Lab
Career Enhancement Programs
Easy to use and learn! Get started using QuickBooks Pro to handle all the accounting for your business. Books not included (approx. cost of book $60). BOE 271 18 Hrs $386 A. 7/5/11—7/12/11 T/W/Th/F/M/T 9:00—Noon B. 10/10/11—10/18/11 M/T/W/Th/M/T 1:00—4:00 pm
Expand your knowledge of two main areas of competency: Network Technology and Networking Practices. BOE 299 $800
Career Enhancement Programs
CompTIA Security+ 6 Weeks Online & 6 Hours of Optional Instructor Supported Open Lab CompTIA Security+ covers industry-wide topics, including communication security, infrastructure security, cryptography, access control, authentication and operational security. Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive an Auburn certificate and will be prepared to take the industry specific exam. BOE 294 $800
Online Learning Windows 7 Configuration Learn basic technologies that the Vista system provides. Learn about the new features and functions built into Vista. Once you understand the changes you will find the OS a pleasure to work with. Besides all the productivity tools built into the OS, you will get world experience as you are taken through the complete experience of deploying Vista, and setting up the tools to work in your environment. This course prepares you for Windows Vista Configuration exam 70 -620. BOE 210 $390 3 Weeks Online
Windows 7 Client Enterprise Support Unleash the power of Vista in your environment and learn about the inner workings of the Vista client. Vista has many new features and tools for administrators such as troubleshooting and user account control. You will learn about group policies as well as how to work with and around the built-in functionality of Vista. At the conclusion of this course, you will have the knowledge and understanding to implement this operating system effortlessly and effectively. This course prepares you for MCITP exam 70-622. BOE 211 $390 3 Weeks Online
MCITP – Server Administrator All the training you’ll need to pass the MCITP – Server Administrator Certification. This informative, in-depth series covers the required MCTS exams including: Windows Server 2008 Active Director Configuration 70-640 Windows Server Network Infrastructure 70-642 Windows Server Administrator 70-646 BOE 212 $1195 8 Weeks Online
Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Administrator This course takes you through the process of setting up enterprise server solutions IPv4 or IPv6, building Active Directory Objects, Domain Controller roles, and replication issues. You will learn about new methods of application deployment throughout the enterprise including Certificate services and using MSI packages. Provide IIS and Hyper-V virtualization options along with the services you will need to deploy to provide enterprise solutions. This course prepares you for Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Administrator Exam 70-647. BOE 213 $390 3 Weeks Online
Diversified Industrial Training Make Auburn Career Center your one stop for your industrial training. In addition to the array of standard courses with fixed dates, fixed hours, and fixed costs, we offer the ability to design a program that will meet your specific needs. A program can be designed with flexible hours and locations. We strive to be flexible for the demands of today’s industry.
• Blueprint Reading • Tech Math • Forklift Operation • Manual & CNC
• PLC • Quality Control • Maintenance Items
• Machine Operation • Industrial Electricity • MSSC Certification Machine Operation
Dimensioning & Tolerancing
• Technology Future Worker
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For more information on the training listed above, or for a tour of our facility, please call Ed Molzon at 440-357-7542 or 800-544-9750 ext. 8244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Customized Training for Industry
As we partner with Lakeland Community College and other organizations, the options are almost endless. Some of the areas that training can be customized are:
Need a CPR, First Aid, or Bloodborne Pathogens Course for your company or medical office? Call our Workforce Education Office for a course tailored to your business. Course student minimum of eight. For more information, please call Ed Molzon at 440-357-7542 or 800-544-9750 ext. 8244 or email email@example.com
Career Resources and Planning
SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS Welcome to the Career Resource Department. We provide a variety of career planning services to individuals in our community which prepare and promote their careers. Career Screening A snapshot of your skills, interests and values related to real jobs in our community. Come participate in a three part assessment, meet with a counselor and create your career path. Fee $150. Career Assessment A detailed look at your skills, interests, work values, personality traits and transferable skills. Meet with a career counselor, discuss your career plans and options, obtain training information, and potential job openings related to your results and career goal(s). Fee $280. Comprehensive Vocational Evaluation An in-depth look at your skills, interests, work values and personality. Includes transferable skills analysis and a comprehensive review of disability issues related to work. Meet with a career counselor, identify barriers and strategies to employment, obtain information on related services designed to facilitate a persons return to work. Fee $840. Career Counseling Jump start your career or job change! Meet with a career counselor, discuss your hopes and dreams, develop a plan and a road map for success. Individual appointments are available day and evening. Fee $50 per hour. Resume Development
Develop a resume that creates a lasting impression. Our counselors will help you stand out with a professional resume and cover letter designed to capture employerâ€™s interest and interviews. Fee $150. Job Placement Assistance Gain in-depth knowledge of how to approach your job search and develop job winning techniques. Learn about online job search strategies and the art of networking for jobs. Fee $70 per hour, length of service determined by need.
Additional information on all services can be provided at 440-358-8007 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SERVICES FOR EMPLOYERS
Career Development Interested in developing your employees to meet your ever-changing and growing workplace needs? Our professional career counselors can assist you and your employees in developing individual career plans designed to capitalize on individual worker strengths and interests and apply them to the growing needs of your business. Group training and/or individual sessions can be provided. Outplacement Are you downsizing? company size, services are emotions during strategies, resume writing and are available in individual very affordable
Services experiencing a Regardless of your quality outplacement essential. Managing job loss, job search and cover letter interview coaching group programs and sessionsâ€”all at a rate!
Employee Assessment Interested in identifying employees skills and strengths? Need to know who will make the best managers? Employee assessment can help! We provide assessments in the following areas: www.auburncc.org
Career Resources and Planning
Our corporate clients tell us we provide professionally effective programs designed to facilitate employeesâ€™ career development across their working lifespan. We provide customized programs led by experienced and highly qualified professionals. Contact us, describe your needs and we will be glad to devise an affordable group or individual program. Contact Gail Michalski at 440-358-8007.
FUTURE AUBURN CAREER CENTER STUDENTS Advising/Counseling Center The Career Resource Center plays an important role in the academic experience at Auburn Career Center. Professional counselors provide academic advising to all students whether they are undecided or know what classes they want to take. Counselors can also assist in developing individualized career plans. Students are required to meet with a counselor prior to registering for classes. As a service to students, counselors also provide personal and short-term crisis counseling, career counseling, resume development, and testing services. All counseling sessions of this nature are kept confidential.
Career Resources and Planning
Other services offered by the Counseling Center include: admissions processing, employability skills training, job placement assistance, student follow-up and alumni career services. The Counseling Center is located in the Technology Learning Center. The Center is open Monday 8:00am to 7:00pm, Tuesday thru Thursday 8:00am to 4:00pm, and Friday 8:00am to 3:30pm. Telephone inquires can be directed to 440-358-8007.
GED Classes and Official GED Practice Test Earn your GED diploma with FREE GED classes that will prepare you for the Official GED test. When you are ready, we will administer the Official GED practice test free. This test will help determine your readiness for the Official GED test. We will then help you complete your application and schedule an appointment to take the Official GED test. We offer classroom, small group, individual, and computer-based instruction. We offer daytime and evening classes. To be eligible for classes, a student must be at least 19 years of age. Students 16-18 years of age must meet the age exceptions listed in the Ohio Administrative Code.
How do I enroll? You must first attend a two-day orientation held on selected Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 6:00â€”9:00pm. Call or visit our website www.auburncc.org for specific orientation dates. Registration is required. Register for orientation for any of our sites by calling Mary Ann Kerwood or Rexene Madl at 440-357-7542 ext. 8237. For the Madison program call Darlene Billy at 440-428-9370. For Geauga County call Auburn at 440-357-7542 ext. 8237 or Madison at 440-428-9370. ESOL Classes (English Speakers of Other Languages) Classes are held at the Madison Memorial Complex on Monday and Wednesday from 9:00amâ€”12:00pm. To enroll, call Madison at 440-428-9370. Other Education Services in the Lifelong Learning Lab ABLE Program Refresher classes in reading, math, and writing. Improve your WorkKeys scores Brush up on skills before taking pre-employment test Improve your academic skills for your job College readiness skills Volunteers are needed to work with adults in basic reading, writing, and math in all of our ABLE programs. For more information about the next tutor training, call CARES Literacy Coalition at 440-357-7542 ext. 8302.
Lifelong Learning Lab / GED / ABLE
Where are classes held? Lake County: Classes are held at Auburn Career Center, Madison Memorial Complex, Lakeland Community College East in Madison and Lakeland Main Campus. Geauga County: Classes are held in Burton, Chardon, Middlefield, and the Geauga One-Stop.
TRAIN + TEST
Testing & Certification Schedule Testing: Pearson VUE www.pearsonvue.com Kryterion www.kryteriononline.com Prometric www.prometric.com
Auburn Career Center Technology Learning Center 8221 Auburn Road Concord Twp OH 44077 Phone: 440-358-8044 Fax: 440-358-8022 www.AuburnCC.org
We are partnered with world-class comprehensive certification testing providers as a testing site that offers global computer-based testing for IT, academic, government, professional and corporations. PEARSON VUE offers CompTIA, Cisco, Citrix, National Registry KRYTERION, provides testing for Construction Manager CI, American Assoc. Poison Control, Council for Service Management, Institue of Hazardous Materials, International Association of Plumbing and Elecrical. PROMETRIC, offers testing for Blackberry, Microsoft, CompTIA, Oracle. These are a few examples of the many tests we offer. Visit the websites for a complete list. These services are provided at cost for our clients and students. They are integral to the success of industry, businesses and directly related to economic growth of the community. Train and test at Auburn Career Center and the Technology Learning Center. Call us to advance your career and life today!
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8140 Auburn Rd. Concord Twp. OH 44077 Administration: Margaret Lynch, Superintendent Janis Svoboda, Adult Director
Auburn Vocational Board of Education Ken Blair-President Mary Javins-VP Jean Brush Robert Dawson David Foote, Sr. Joan Hamilton Ken Klima Brian Kolkowski Roger Miller Ann Radcliffe Paul Stefanko Carolyn Bennettâ€” Treasurer
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