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Professional Development Fall 2011


elcome to the Kishwaukee College Center for Business Development and Continuing Education Schedule of Classes for the Fall 2011 semester!

Inside these pages are classes for community residents, who want to explore a new career, begin training for a career or upgrade their current skills. Additionally, there is information for local businesses to assist them to retool strategies, train groups of employees, or learn new ways to remain competitive in both the local and global economy. Local companies can take advantage of scheduled trainings—for example Unite for Impact series offered by several partnering Chambers of Commerce—or by meeting with our team of professionals to design a customized training that is as unique as your business. Take a few moments to see how the KC Center has the classes and training you want and need!

Table of Contents Online Classes 3 Small Business 4 Social Networking 4 Healthcare Careers 5

Training & Certifications 6 Unite for Impact 8 Lean Manufacturing 9 OSHA Training 10

Online Classes Anywhere, Anytime… Just a click away! Ed2Go


It’s easy for you to take high-quality, noncredit online courses, no matter where you are located. Choose from hundreds of online, instructor-facilitated courses. Classroom access is available 24/7 from anywhere with an Internet connection. New sessions of each course run every month.They last six weeks, with two new lessons being released weekly (for a total of 12). A dedicated expert instructor facilitates every course; pacing learners, answering questions, giving feedback, and facilitating discussions.

Prepare to launch a new career or advance in an existing one, no matter where you’re located! Develop new skills and knowledge in order to stand out in today’s competitive job market. The online career training opportunities are available to start anytime and range from three to six months, with many offering an extension period if necessary.They are entirely Web-based, but expert instructors provide office hours and quick responses to any student questions.

Check out the Web site listed below to find cost and more about the many classes under each of the following areas of interest:

Check out the Web site listed below to find cost and a detailed list of options under the following categories:

Accounting and Finance

Business and Professional


IT and Software Development

Computer Applications

Management and Corporate

Design and Composition

Media and Design

Healthcare and Medical

Hospitality and Service Industry

Language and Arts

Skilled Trades and Industrial

Law and Legal

Sustainable Energy and Going Green

Personal Development

Test Preparation

Teaching and Education (Note: Worth 24 CPDUs each.)


Writing and Publishing

Start dates: flexible To register or if you have questions, call 815-825-2086, ext 2040

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Small Business Series Begin your journey of owning your own business! Explore the fundamentals of running a small business in this new series. This series will help answer many of your small business start up questions and help you develop a great business model right from the start. Classes can be taken individually, or save money by enrolling in the series. BUS 703 3001 W 9/21-10/12/11 6:00p-9:00p A-220 4 Sessions $139 Susan Powell Do You Have What it Takes to Own Your Own Business? Have you ever daydreamed about owning your own business? Take the first step to realizing your dream. Explore business ideas you can start with little money and examine the reasons to own your own business. Learn what kind of personalities do best as entrepreneurs, find your strengths and weaknesses and see how feasible your business ideas really are. We invite you to explore a new future for yourself and meet others also interested in starting a new business. BUS 700 3001 W 9/21/11 6:00p-9:00p A-220 $42 Susan Powell

Understanding Marketing Strategy Are you looking to create a consistent marketing plan for your small business? Learn the seven part process to marketing strategy including finding your target market, analyzing your customers, reviewing the competition, examining your distribution channels, evaluating economic conditions and more. For many small business owners it is easy to get one or two of these key points correct, but aligning all seven creates the best chance of reaching your customers. BUS 701 3001 W 10/5/11 6:00p-9:00p A-220 $42 Susan Powell

Writing Business Plans Having a solid plan for your business can be the key to success or failure. Learn not only why you need a plan, but also what a great business plan should include. Topics covered include marketing plans, strategic organization, how to put together financial documents, as well as creating an elevator pitch and defining your business vision and mission statement. You will receive a CD of resources to take home and use to help you complete your plans. BUS 702 3001 W 9/28/11 6:00p-9:00p A-220 $42 Susan Powell

How to Manage Risk Risk! Every small business has it--strategic risk, financial risk, operational risk, circumstantial economic risk. Learn how to dodge risk whenever possible and how to effectively manage risk when it can’t be avoided. Learn how to identify problems, create action plans and monitor your performance before it is too late. BUS 703 3002 W 10/12/11 6:00p-9:00p A-220 4 Sessions $42 Susan Powell

Social Networking Series This series begins with an overview on the fundamentals of creating and managing social media for your small business and ends with more in-depth information and training of the most popular types of social media. Classes can be taken individually, or save money by enrolling in the series. BUS 701 3002 W 10/19-11/9/11 6:00p-9:00p A-350 4 Sessions $139 Susan Powell Marketing Your Business Through Social Networking Learn how to grow your social network, gain brand exposure and generate Web traffic for your business. Learn about the most popular types of social media, how to interact and attract customers with these media forms and the “do’s and don’ts” of social media etiquette. Information on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, LinkedIn as well as blogging for business will be presented. This timely class will also help you repurpose your business marketing materials into fresh and informative information to add content to your social media venues. BUS 701 3003 W 10/19/11 6:00p-9:00p A-350 $42 Susan Powell Facebook for Small Business Learn about Facebook and how to use it for small business. Students will open an account, set up a Facebook page and learn what Facebook can and can’t do for a small business. Join us to see how to reach out to customers with this social media tool and how to use Facebook time and resources to your advantage. BUS 701 3004 W 10/26/11 6:00p-9:00p A-350 $42 Susan Powell

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Twitter for Small Business Learn about Twitter and how to use it for your small business. Learn what a “hash tag” is and how to post interesting information about your business and products to gain Twitter followers. Students will open a Twitter account, design a Twitter page and learn the important points of posting for business. BUS 701 3005 W 11/2/11 6:00p-9:00p A-350 $42 Susan Powell Blogging for Small Business Are you looking to gain customers and increase your status in your industry? Blogging may be the answer! Learn how to open a blog account, what to write about in a business blog, as well as how to use material you may already have to create fun and interesting blog posts. BUS 701 3006 W 11/9/11 6:00p-9:00p A-350 $42 Susan Powell

Healthcare Careers If you have any questions about any of these healthcare programs or want an information packet sent to you, please call 877-216-7750, ext 124. You may wish to contact various healthcare facilities to find out more about the job market in your chosen field. Note: Students must have at least a 10th grade math and English (speaking and reading) level. The career preparation classes offered in partnership with Condensed Curriculum International, Inc. are noncredit programs. Federal and state financial aid do not apply to noncredit programs. CCI healthcare programs are eligible for WIA (Workforce Investment Act) grants. To check if you are eligible, contact the Illinois workNet Center, (DeKalb County: 815-756-4893, ext 239) or Partners for Employment (Ogle County: 815-562-3478).

So You Want a Healthcare Career — An Overview Learn details on Dental Assisting, Pharmacy Technician, and Medical Administrative Assistant. Class content, job outlook, and certification requirements will be provided. It is recommended that you attend this free session if you have any questions regarding these classes. In order to provide you with supplemental materials, advanced registration is required. Class meets at the Woodward Technology Center room 117 at Rock Valley College, 3301 North Mulford Rd, Rockford. CTH 702 3001 W 9/14/11 6:00p-7:30p Rockford-Rock Valley College-WT117 Pharmacy Technician This 50-hour course will prepare students to enter the pharmacy field and take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s PTCB exam. Technicians work in hospitals, home infusion pharmacies, community pharmacies and other healthcare settings - working under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. Course content includes medical terminology specific to the pharmacy, reading and interpreting prescriptions and defining drugs by generic and brand names. Students will learn dosage calculations, I.V. flow rates, drug compounding, dose conversions, dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control and billing and reimbursement. The Pharmacy Technician Program includes a good deal of math and you can contact Continuing Education at 815-825-2086, ext 2040 to obtain an information packet containing math questions. Cost includes textbook which you will receive the first evening of class. CE 082 3001 M,W 10/10-11/30/11 5:30p-9:00p A-330 15 Sessions $1005 Reg deadline 10/3 No refunds after 10/3 Skip 11/23

Dental Assisting This 60-hour course prepares students for entry-level positions in Dental Assisting. This course covers Administrative Aspects as well as Clinical Aspects. This course is ideal for students interested in pursuing a future formal Dental Hygienist program. There is no state or national certification objective with this course. Cost includes textbook which you receive the first evening of class. Class is held at Woodward Technology Center room 121 at Rock Valley College, 3301 N Mulford Rd, Rockford. CTH 704 3001 M,Th 10/10-12/8/11 6:00p-9:30p Rockford-Rock Valley College-WT121 17 Sessions $1299 Reg deadline 10/3 No refunds after 10/3 Skip 11/24 Medical Administrative Assistant This 70-hour course prepares students to function effectively in many of the administrative and clerical positions in healthcare. This course covers info on the profession and interpersonal skills, medical ethics and law, medical terminology, basics of insurance billing and coding, medical records management and management of practice finances. NOTE: This program meets the requirements of the National Healthcare Association’s (NHA)-Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) national certification exam. The CMAA exam will be given following the completion of this course for an additional charge. All materials are included in the course cost. Class is held at Student Center room 1222, 3301 N Mulford Rd, Rockford. CTH 706 3001 M,W 10/10-12/21/11 6:00p-9:30p Rockford-Rock Valley College-ST1222 21 Sessions $1299 Reg deadline 10/3 No refunds after 10/3 Skip 11/23

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Certificate/Training Personal Training Certification Get all the information you need to become a World Instructor Training Schools (WITS) Certified Personal Trainer. The class is taught over a five-week period. Lecture topics include: anatomy, exercise physiology, nutrition, and health screening. The class also includes fifteen hours of “hands-on” practical training to prepare students to work with clients one-on-one. The WITS national exam is administered on the sixth week. Upon successful completion of the class and written exam, a list of approved internship sites will be provided by WITS. Once the student provides proof of completing the required 30-hour internship and CPR certification, they will receive a Personal Training Certificate from WITS. Attendance is mandatory. Bring a lunch as no cafeteria facilities will be available. Cost includes $82 for the textbook. CTR 710 3001 Sa 10/8-11/12/11 8:00a-3:00p A-330 6 Sessions $599 Reg deadline 9/30 No refunds after 9/30 Home Inspection Pre-Licensing Preparation Prepare for the Illinois Home Inspection State Licensing Exam with this state-approved course, consisting of classroom, online, & in-field instruction with two live home inspections. Instructors are experienced licensed home inspectors and active members of The American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). Upon completion of the approved prelicensing course, applicants must pass the Home Inspection State Licensing Exam before they are eligible for a license in the state of Illinois. (Cost of exam is NOT included in the course fee.) E-mail access & an Internet connection are required. Classroom instruction will be held at Kishwaukee College, Computer Lab A350 for all but the last date. Note: Students MUST register prior to Sep 24 through Kishwaukee College. All materials are included in the course fee. Once registered, you will be mailed textbooks, syllabus, & instructions for the online portion of the class. Register early as there is homework which must be completed prior to the first full day of class. This class is offered in cooperation with Elgin Community College, Illinois Valley Community College, Kishwaukee College, & Rock Valley College. Must be at least age 21. Kishwaukee classroom sessions held ONLY on the following dates in A350 from 8a-4p: Sat. Oct 8, 22; Nov 5, 19; & Dec 3. The last class meeting will be in-field instruction with the classroom portion held in the Woodward Technology Center, room G02 at Rock Valley College, 3301 North Mulford Rd, Rockford, 61114: Sat. Dec 10 8 am - 6 pm. CTR 708 3002 Sa 10/8-12/10/11 $899 Reg deadline 9/24 Last class Sa 12/10 8:00a-6:00p No refunds after 9/24 So You Want to be a Home Inspector: Informational Seminar Find out about potential income, licensing process, and steps to become a home inspector. Learn about the blended learning pre-licensing program, consisting of classroom, online, and in-field instruction. Must be at least age 21. CTR 708 3001 Sa 9/10/11 9:00a-11:00a U-304

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Forklift Operators Training Gain basic knowledge and skills needed for safe powered industrial lift truck operation. The class includes lecture, discussion, video presentation, and hands-on training. After successful completion of a written exam and a driving skills class, students will receive an operator’s permit. The permit allows students to participate in on-site testing which must be administered by an employer. Please bring a sack lunch as the cafeteria is not available. Must be at least age 18. CE 019 3001 Sa 10/29/11 8:30a-4:00p Caukin Building-130 $108 John Boesche Reg deadline 10/24 Private Investigations Training Techniques, tips, and legal guidelines for conducting investigations are presented, ideal for pursuing a career in private investigations, or simply to learn investigative and research techniques. Tracing missing persons, undercover operations, background research, are covered. This course satisfies Illinois Department of Professional Regulation requirements of 20-hours of private investigation training for eligibility to apply for a permanent employee registration card. The required textbook Private Investigation - A Guide for the Beginner, Edward J Herdrich, ISBN 9781441584496 for the cost of $19.99, is available at Barnes & Noble or This class is in cooperation with Elgin Community College which is located at 1700 Spartan Drive, Elgin. The classroom is UBC 205, which is in the University Business Center. Park in Lot 9. CTR 709 3001 W 9/21-11/16/11 6:30p-9:00p Elgin Community College-UBC 205 8 Sessions $199 Edward Herdrich Skip 10/26 LEED Green Associate Training Prepare for the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Associates Exam. Earn your certificate for exam eligibility while learning core green concepts and strategies essential to a basic understanding of the USGBC’s LEED certification system. This class covers the key components of the LEED rating system, the certification process, general intents and concepts of credit categories with a closer look at individual credit requirements and incentives, strategies, and benchmarks for achieving certification. This course is for students new to LEED as well as students studying for the Green Associates Exam. Cost includes class manual and practice tests. Cost does not include books, study materials or exam. It is recommended students purchase the LEED Green Associate Study Guide and the Green Building and Core Concepts Guide available at www. This class is in cooperation with Elgin Community College, 1700 Spartan Drive, Elgin. The classroom is ICT 104 which is in the Instruction & Training Center. Park in lot 9. CTR 712 3001 Sa 10/15-10/22/11 10:00a-1:30p Elgin Community College-ICT104 2 Sessions $279

Additional Trainings A New Approach to Selling Today’s salesperson has to come equipped with sales principles and an understanding of non-verbal communication. This seminar will give you a basic understanding of what it takes to be better in sales. You will not only learn how to develop prospects, you’ll learn how to know if you are talking to the right person-and know if the right person is telling you the truth. This seminar will teach you where to stand and sit to better your chances of success, and how to express and read body language messages that will help you handle objections and close deals. If being more successful in sales is important to you, this seminar is a must. BUS 704 3001 W 10/12/11 6:00p-9:00p U-304 $50 James Zalud Ethics for Bodyworkers: Am I in Trouble? This course satisfies the state of Illinois license renewal requirement and covers six standards of practice. Based on codes of ethics, elements to be discussed include definition of terms, current legal considerations (including the impact of unlicensed massage practitioners), HIPAA compliance; framework issues (such as recordkeeping, hours and fees, advertising); roles and boundaries which encompass therapeutic relationship issues. Instructor Jeannette Vaupel, BSN, RN, NCTMB, LMT has been in the nursing field for 38 years and a massage therapist since 1986. She is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education approved provider. (3 CE) CTH 707 3001 Th 11/3/11 6:00p-9:00p U-304 $55 Jeannette Vaupel No refunds after; Reg deadline 10/26 Food Sanitation This class is a must for anyone working in the food service industry. Safe food handling practices from start to finish are covered throughout the class. Completing the class qualifies you to take the Illinois Food Service Sanitation Certification exam which is administered at the last class session. After passing the exam, the State of Illinois will assess a $35 certification fee. The certificate is good for five years. Attendance to each session is mandatory! CE 010 3001 M 10/17-11/28/11 6:00p-9:15p DeKalb High School 7 Sessions $138 Christel Springmire Food Sanitation Bring a sack lunch as the cafeteria is not available. CE 010 3002 Sa 10/29-11/19/11 9:00a-2:00p A-217 4 Sessions $138 Michael Dreyer

Food Sanitation Refresher This class meets the requirements set forth by the Illinois Department of Public Health for the renewal of the food service sanitation manager’s certificate. Students will be updated on current Illinois codes regarding food service sanitation. Attendance at each session is mandatory for recertification, and you must bring your current certification card. CTS 701 3001 Th 10/13-10/20/11 6:00p-9:15p DeKalb High School 2 Sessions $54 Christel Springmire Massage and Medications: Understanding the Basics Medication effects may come into play for clients with a condition that does not improve despite your best efforts, or a client who is bruised after a session, or for clients with chronic conditions such as diabetes. As a licensed professional, you have an obligation to make well-informed decisions based on a complete intake form and history taking, proper assessment and planning necessary session alterations, and analyzing session results. Class covers basic principles of pharmacology including terms, classifications of medications, discoveries through palpation, how to report adverse reactions, and cautions for diabetics. (3 CE) CTH 707 3002 F 11/4/11 9:00a-12:00p A-330 $55 Jeannette Vaupel No refunds after; Reg deadline 10/27 Massage and Medications: Advanced Assessment and Planning This advanced class will go into depth regarding specific categories of medications and their major side effects. Students need to complete the Massage and Medications: Understanding the Basics to take this class. This knowledge can lessen the risk of the massage making the side effects worse or instituting an inappropriate session plan. Each category includes implications for massage therapists and guidance on altering strokes for enhanced effectiveness and safety. In addition, information on nutrients depleted by specific medications will be provided. (3 CE) CTH 707 3003 F 11/4/11 1:00p-4:00p A-333 $55 Jeannette Vaupel No refunds after; Reg deadline 10/27 An Introduction to Voiceovers: Getting Started in Voice Acting Have you ever wanted to be the voice everyone hears on TV and radio commercials, or documentary or audiobook narrations? We will discuss the many different types of voiceovers and what it takes to get started as a voice actor. Your voice will be recorded as you read from real scripts so you can receive a professional voice evaluation later. Be warned, many who have taken this class have gone on to become real, bona-fide, professional Voice Actors. This class is taught by a professional voice actor from the voice acting training company, Voices For All. Must be at least age 18. CTR 706 3001 T 10/25/11 6:00p-8:00p A-217 $49 No refunds after; Reg deadline 10/18 • 7


Keynote Speaker Kishwaukee College Conference Center 21193 Malta Rd, Malta, IL  

September 21, 2011

8:30 a.m. -12:00 p.m. Registration Fee: $35 for participating Chamber members; $50 non-Chamber members Influential communication is the art of using the right words at the right time to produce positive results.   This content-rich program teaches all members of your team how to connect better with others.   The tools provided will: • Revitalize team communication • Train leaders • Help individuals build communication skills with customers      

Rebuild your message with strength! Contact Information: Register through your local Chamber of Commerce or contact Jo Landis at Kishwaukee College, 815-825-2086, ext. 2050,

United Chambers providing impactful training to strengthen business vitality. Participating Chambers of Commerce: DeKalb, Genoa, Kingston, Rochelle, Sycamore

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Continuous Improvement Series Prepare for a Lean Transformation that will drive company growth. Meeting today’s manufacturing challenges demands a lean enterprise--streamlining product design and manufacturing by applying lean manufacturing principles, concepts and techniques. The primary focus of this effort is the continuous elimination of waste in the company’s business processes. Implementing Lean practices involves changing a work area or a business process to maximize efficiency, improve quality and safety, eliminate unnecessary motion and inventory, and save time and resources. Implementing continuous improvement efforts can transform a company. Training practitioners can help their companies: • Be more flexible • Cut costs • Deliver on time • Boost quality • Increase capacity and grow sales Benefit from experienced facilitators. Designed by manufacturing professionals, and delivered by IMEC’s Lean Manufacturing Team, the course content and facilitation are based on real-life successes and bring practical solutions to today’s manufacturing challenges.

OCT. 6 - NOV. 10, 2010 (Thursdays) KISHWAUKEE COLLEGE CONFERENCE CENTER Room A-222 The six courses within the series Include: Lean Leadership Lean 101 Value Stream Mapping & 5/S Workplace Organization Quick Changeover Cellular/Flow Manufacturing Pull/Kanban Systems & Total Productive Maintenance Course times vary from 6 to 8 hours each

Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Cost: $1,950 per registrant Fees include all training materials. REGISTRATION DEADLINE Registrations are now being accepted. Seats are limited. Registration deadline is Sept. 23, 2011. 815-825-2086, ext. 2050 Fax: 815-825-2305 • 9

30 Hour OSHA

General Industry Training Many standards promulgated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) explicitly require the employer to train employees in the safety and health aspects of their jobs. Other OSHA standards make it the employer’s responsibility to limit certain job assignments to employees who are “certified,” “competent,” or “qualified” - meaning that they have had special previous training, in or out of the workplace. The term “designated” personnel means selected or assigned by the employer or the employer’s representative as being qualified to perform specific duties. These requirements reflect OSHA’s belief that training is an essential part of every employer’s safety and health program for protecting workers from injuries and illnesses. This program will include in-depth training on: Introduction to OSHA Working and Walking Surfaces, Exit Routes and Emergency Action Plans, Electrical, Lockout/Tagout, Personal Protective Equipment, Material Handling, Hazard Communication, Machine Guarding, Permit Required Confined Space, Powered Industrial Vehicles (forklifts), Fall Protection, Recordkeeping, and other selected OSHA topics to meet the site specific needs.   Participants will receive OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910 Regulations manual, sample safety policies, sample procedures, and training handouts to be used at their facility. OSHA’s 30 Hour General Industry card will be earned upon completion of this class. Attendance in class is required each day.   This program will be held at Illinois Valley Community College, 815 N. Orlando Smith Avenue, Oglesby and is offered in partnership with Rock Valley College and Kishwaukee Community College.     Mon-Thu Jeff Clark

8 a.m.-4 p.m. C-325, IVCC

Oct 24-27 FY12BID OSHA-431-0001

4 Sessions $499

To register call 815-825-2086, ext. 2050 or email *Continental Breakfast and Lunch are included in the course fee.

“Jeff Clark is entertaining and gets the materials across very effectively. None of us were looking forward to the training, but all came away saying that we had gotten a lot more out of the course than we had expected and actually enjoyed it. Jeff used a variety of materials and methods during the sessions, & broke the time up with jokes, cartoons etc…to keep us focused. Jeff was generous in sharing forms, etc, in addition to the class materials.” Diane Adkisson, Burrows Paper Corporation Jeff Clark 10 • Professional Development Fall 2011



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EntrepreneurQuickStart Are you thinking of starting a small business?

Join one of our FREE QuickStart business counseling sessions. These meetings are designed to help those who are in the beginning stages of starting a business. We will discuss: • General Start Up Information • Legal Structures (Sole Proprietorship, S-Corp, LLC, etc.) • Business Plan Preparation • Financial Projections • Financing Options and Requirements • Government Regulations

Upcoming Sessions: Held at Kishwaukee College Conference Center, Room A-228 Friday, Sept. 9 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. FY12BID PDV-414-0001 Friday, Nov. 11 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. FY12BID PDV-414-0003 Friday, Dec. 9 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. FY12BID PDV-414-0004 Time will be set aside for further discussion after the session.

Advanced registration is required. To sign up please call Kishwaukee College Center for Business Development & Continuing Education: 815-825-2086 ext. 2050.

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