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Make checks payable and mail to: Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center 15181 S. R. 58 South • Oberlin, OH 44074 Elyria/Oberlin 440.774.1051 Extension 2254 • Lorain 440.986.6601 Extension 2254 www.lcjvs.com/adult

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REGISTRATION is required for all courses. Admission is open to anyone 16 years of age or older. To confirm your registration, a minimum of $100 is required for programs not requiring a counseling appointment. This will be applied to your tuition. The balance is to be paid BEFORE the first class meeting unless a payment plan is established. Anyone registering for career development programs must call for registration information. Registration for classes may be made as follows:

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Why Choose the Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center? Career Development Programs Dental Assisting/Radiography.......................3 n Phlebotomy Technician...................................3 n Medical Office. . .................................................3 n STNA..................................................................3 n

Attending classes at the Adult Career Center means joining more than 3,000 adults like you who are committed to improving their lives through career–technical training. Our focus is on providing short–term training to offer you the certifications and skills employers ask for most. Whether you’re looking to start a new career, improve current job skills or enhance your daily life, we’re here to help.

Affordable Training…

We are committed to providing quality, relevant programming at a great price. This is made possible through the support of our community. Compare yourself and see the JVS difference!

Financial Aid…

Many of our programs are eligible for funding assistance for those who qualify. Our friendly financial aid specialist will walk you through your options. We are also a proud partner of the Employment netWork.

College Credit Options…

Many of our courses have articulated credit agreements with local colleges and universities that allow you to save additional money. Some courses also participate in the Career–Technical Credit Transfer (CT2) initiative, which allows for approved technical coursework to be transferred to state 2– and 4–year institutions for college credit.

Hands–On Training…

The JVS invests in state–of–the–art facilities that mirror today’s work environments. In addition, we hire instructors with real–world experience in their field to ensure their training is relevant and practical for your future.

Connected with Local Business…

Our advisory boards benefit from input from business leaders who share training requirements they expect of new employees, and help coordinate internships and work–studies at their companies to give you needed experience in the field.

Our Success Rate…

The Lorain County JVS was recognized as having the 2nd highest graduation rate in the state at 85% among public two–year college as reported to the U. S. Department of Education. In addition, we boast a 90% positive post–program placement rate, meaning our students go on to work in the industry in which they received training or on to college to continue their studies! Add it all up and you’ll find that the Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center provides the training employers need you to have so you can quickly become employed in jobs that are available now…and in the future.

What are you waiting for? Let’s Get to Work! Call 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2254 or online at www.lcjvs.com/adult

Healthcare OCCUPATIONS Home Health Care Aide NEW!.........................4 n Medical Terminology.......................................4 n Medical Coding and Billing.............................4 n Advanced Medical Coding..............................4 n Acute Care Specialty NEW!. . ............................4 n

Safety Occupations n Emergency Medical Technicians.. ...................5 n EMT Refresher.. .................................................5 n Emergency Medical Responder. . ....................5 n First Responder Refresher. . .............................5 SERVICE Occupations Managing Manicurist.. .....................................6 n Cosmetology Continuing Education. . ............6 n Serve Safe.........................................................6 n A Culinary Foundation.. ...................................6 n

Manufacturing Trades Intro To Machining...........................................7 n Intro to CNC......................................................7 n CNC Programming...........................................7 n Commercial Electricity. . ...................................7 n Computer Aided Drafting I (CAD). . .................7 n Computer Aided Drafting II (CAD) II.. .............7 n Basic Electricity/Electronics............................8 n Industrial Electricity. . .......................................8 n Intro to PLC’s.....................................................8 n Metallurgy – Non–Ferrous Metals. . ................8 n Metallurgy – Ferrous Metals...........................8 n Hydraulics and Pneumatics Fundamentals....9 n Advanced Hydraulic– Pneumatics.................9 n Lubrication. . ......................................................9 n Welding Beginning..........................................9 n Welding Advanced...........................................9 n

Building Trades Masonry......................................................... 10 n Plumbing. . ...................................................... 10 n Residential Wiring. . ....................................... 10 n

Information Technology Basic Computer Skills.. ............................. 10 n Quick Books 2012. . .................................. 10 n Microsoft Office Suite 2010...................... 11 (Word / Excel / PowerPoint) n Intro to Mac OS X. . ................................... 11 n Photoshop.............................................. 11 n Creating a Website for Small Business....... 11 n Using your Digital Camera I...................... 12 n Using your Digital Camera II..................... 12 n Basic Home Computer Repair................... 12 n

Finance Financial Planning................................... 12 n Retirement Planning. . .............................. 12 n

Cooking Baby Food Made at Home........................ 13 n Home Remedies...................................... 13 n Meals On a Budget.. ................................. 13 n Utilizing Your Leftovers. . .......................... 13 n

Landscape/ Floral Flower Arranging.................................... 13 n Landscape Design and Maintenance......... 13 n

Agricultural support courses Succession Planning I.. ............................. 14 n Succession Planning II. . ............................ 14 n Liabilities I (Seminar)............................... 14 n Liabilities II (Seminar).............................. 14 n Smartphones for the Agriculture Community: Is there an app for that?........................... 14 n

SPECIAL INTEREST Cake Decorating. . .................................... 15 n Advanced Cake Decorating...................... 15 n Sign Language........................................ 15 n Conversational Spanish........................... 15 n Spanish II................................................ 15 n Writing Your Story................................... 16 n Grant Proposal Writing............................ 16 n Military History Seminars. . ....................... 16 n Online Graduate Courses......................... 17 n Online Courses......................................... 17 n GED/ABLE. . ..................................................... 17 n Apprenticeship Information........................ 18 n General Information – Financial. . ................ 19 n General Information..................................... 20 n

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Why Choose the Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center? Career Development Programs Dental Assisting/Radiography.......................3 n Phlebotomy Technician...................................3 n Medical Office. . .................................................3 n STNA..................................................................3 n

Attending classes at the Adult Career Center means joining more than 3,000 adults like you who are committed to improving their lives through career–technical training. Our focus is on providing short–term training to offer you the certifications and skills employers ask for most. Whether you’re looking to start a new career, improve current job skills or enhance your daily life, we’re here to help.

Affordable Training…

We are committed to providing quality, relevant programming at a great price. This is made possible through the support of our community. Compare yourself and see the JVS difference!

Financial Aid…

Many of our programs are eligible for funding assistance for those who qualify. Our friendly financial aid specialist will walk you through your options. We are also a proud partner of the Employment netWork.

College Credit Options…

Many of our courses have articulated credit agreements with local colleges and universities that allow you to save additional money. Some courses also participate in the Career–Technical Credit Transfer (CT2) initiative, which allows for approved technical coursework to be transferred to state 2– and 4–year institutions for college credit.

Hands–On Training…

The JVS invests in state–of–the–art facilities that mirror today’s work environments. In addition, we hire instructors with real–world experience in their field to ensure their training is relevant and practical for your future.

Connected with Local Business…

Our advisory boards benefit from input from business leaders who share training requirements they expect of new employees, and help coordinate internships and work–studies at their companies to give you needed experience in the field.

Our Success Rate…

The Lorain County JVS was recognized as having the 2nd highest graduation rate in the state at 85% among public two–year college as reported to the U. S. Department of Education. In addition, we boast a 90% positive post–program placement rate, meaning our students go on to work in the industry in which they received training or on to college to continue their studies! Add it all up and you’ll find that the Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center provides the training employers need you to have so you can quickly become employed in jobs that are available now…and in the future.

What are you waiting for? Let’s Get to Work! Call 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2254 or online at www.lcjvs.com/adult

Healthcare OCCUPATIONS Home Health Care Aide NEW!.........................4 n Medical Terminology.......................................4 n Medical Coding and Billing.............................4 n Advanced Medical Coding..............................4 n Acute Care Specialty NEW!. . ............................4 n

Safety Occupations n Emergency Medical Technicians.. ...................5 n EMT Refresher.. .................................................5 n Emergency Medical Responder. . ....................5 n First Responder Refresher. . .............................5 SERVICE Occupations Managing Manicurist.. .....................................6 n Cosmetology Continuing Education. . ............6 n Serve Safe.........................................................6 n A Culinary Foundation.. ...................................6 n

Manufacturing Trades Intro To Machining...........................................7 n Intro to CNC......................................................7 n CNC Programming...........................................7 n Commercial Electricity. . ...................................7 n Computer Aided Drafting I (CAD). . .................7 n Computer Aided Drafting II (CAD) II.. .............7 n Basic Electricity/Electronics............................8 n Industrial Electricity. . .......................................8 n Intro to PLC’s.....................................................8 n Metallurgy – Non–Ferrous Metals. . ................8 n Metallurgy – Ferrous Metals...........................8 n Hydraulics and Pneumatics Fundamentals....9 n Advanced Hydraulic– Pneumatics.................9 n Lubrication. . ......................................................9 n Welding Beginning..........................................9 n Welding Advanced...........................................9 n

Building Trades Masonry......................................................... 10 n Plumbing. . ...................................................... 10 n Residential Wiring. . ....................................... 10 n

Information Technology Basic Computer Skills.. ............................. 10 n Quick Books 2012. . .................................. 10 n Microsoft Office Suite 2010...................... 11 (Word / Excel / PowerPoint) n Intro to Mac OS X. . ................................... 11 n Photoshop.............................................. 11 n Creating a Website for Small Business....... 11 n Using your Digital Camera I...................... 12 n Using your Digital Camera II..................... 12 n Basic Home Computer Repair................... 12 n

Finance Financial Planning................................... 12 n Retirement Planning. . .............................. 12 n

Cooking Baby Food Made at Home........................ 13 n Home Remedies...................................... 13 n Meals On a Budget.. ................................. 13 n Utilizing Your Leftovers. . .......................... 13 n

Landscape/ Floral Flower Arranging.................................... 13 n Landscape Design and Maintenance......... 13 n

Agricultural support courses Succession Planning I.. ............................. 14 n Succession Planning II. . ............................ 14 n Liabilities I (Seminar)............................... 14 n Liabilities II (Seminar).............................. 14 n Smartphones for the Agriculture Community: Is there an app for that?........................... 14 n

SPECIAL INTEREST Cake Decorating. . .................................... 15 n Advanced Cake Decorating...................... 15 n Sign Language........................................ 15 n Conversational Spanish........................... 15 n Spanish II................................................ 15 n Writing Your Story................................... 16 n Grant Proposal Writing............................ 16 n Military History Seminars. . ....................... 16 n Online Graduate Courses......................... 17 n Online Courses......................................... 17 n GED/ABLE. . ..................................................... 17 n Apprenticeship Information........................ 18 n General Information – Financial. . ................ 19 n General Information..................................... 20 n

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BUSINESS SERVICES

Career Development Programs

The JVS Advantage: Customized Training Solutions for Business and Industry

Dental Assisting/Radiography

The Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center works closely with business and industry partners to create assessment and training programs specific to your needs. The JVS advantage is felt when our industry experts meet with your team to assess your specific challenges and then create a program with your team. It’s the people behind our organization who make the difference–helping to problem–solve with your employees and then providing them the guided hands–on skills to help your organization move forward. Whether you need initial training for new employees, skill enhancement for your current staff, or assessment services to help make the right hiring and advancement decision, our experts will provide you with a personal touch to get you where you want to be. Benefit from the following advantages: • Training at the JVS or at your location • Flexible training schedule to meet round the clock shift needs • Affordable consulting solutions • Training at all levels of your organization Call today to meet with a training expert: Assessment Services Diana Gott 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2200 Cosmetology, Continuing Education Marge Daidone 440.774.1051, ext 2274 Health and Safety Services Marsha Leonard 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2291 Industrial Maintenance Russ Beach 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2279 Machining, OSHA, and Quality Testing Ralph Bentley 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2287

Have a specific training need that you don’t see here? Just give us a call.

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This program prepares students for a chair side position in a dental office. The course introduces dental anatomy, terminology, dental specialties, chair side assisting, laboratory procedures, infection control, sterilization procedures, dental instruments and mixing dental materials. The course also offers a 7–hour initial training course for Dental Assistant Radiographer. This is the first step towards obtaining a Dental Assistant Radiography certificate in Ohio. BLS Healthcare provider CPR and First Aid and Safety included. Must have the Hepatitis B vaccination series started. Books are included in tuition. Class size is limited to 18 students. DAR 12B 132 HOURS Feb. 4, 2013 – June 10, 2013 6 – 10 PM M, W $1220

Phlebotomy Technician

Phlebotomy technicians draw quality blood samples from patients or blood donors and prepare those specimens for medical testing. Many patients have phobias when it comes to blood and needles, and giving blood can be the most difficult part of an office visit. Phlebotomy technicians create an atmosphere of trust and confidence with patients while drawing blood specimens in a skillful, safe and reliable manner. Upon completion of this program and the NHA national exam, entry–level job opportunities are excellent at hospitals, outpatient clinics or physicians’ labs. The program includes: Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology, CPR and a non–paid supervised externship with hours of M–F 8:00 am–5:00 pm. Books included in tuition. Class size limited to 18 students. PHTE12B 468 HOURS Jan. 29, 2013 – Apr. 26, 2013 11 AM – 3 PM T, W, TH F $4030 9 AM – 3 PM

Medical Office

This program teaches students the basic administrative and clinical skills needed to work in the front or back office of a medical facility. This program contains a non–paid work–based component, healthcare provider CPR and NSC first aid certification. Students will take the NHA Certified Medical Administrative assistance exam at the end of the class. Books and testing fees are included in tuition. Class size limited to 20 students. MDOF12B 153 HOURS Jan. 28, 2013 – June 5, 2013 5:30 – 10 PM M, W $1590

STNA

Are you a person who has a passion for people and a dedication to caring? State Tested Nursing Assistants work in both nursing homes and long–term care facilities. Our classes prepare students for entry–level positions in the healthcare field and are designed for students with or without previous medical experience. Content in our classroom and skills lab includes communication, personal care, infection control, safety, body mechanics, basic nursing and restorative care. Students learn the latest trends and practices with a hands–on approach. Books included in tuition. Graduates of this course are eligible to take the Ohio STNA exam. Class size limited to 16 students. STNA12B 101 HOURS Jan. 22, 2013 – Apr. 16, 2013 5 – 10 PM T, TH $1040

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BUSINESS SERVICES

Career Development Programs

The JVS Advantage: Customized Training Solutions for Business and Industry

Dental Assisting/Radiography

The Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center works closely with business and industry partners to create assessment and training programs specific to your needs. The JVS advantage is felt when our industry experts meet with your team to assess your specific challenges and then create a program with your team. It’s the people behind our organization who make the difference–helping to problem–solve with your employees and then providing them the guided hands–on skills to help your organization move forward. Whether you need initial training for new employees, skill enhancement for your current staff, or assessment services to help make the right hiring and advancement decision, our experts will provide you with a personal touch to get you where you want to be. Benefit from the following advantages: • Training at the JVS or at your location • Flexible training schedule to meet round the clock shift needs • Affordable consulting solutions • Training at all levels of your organization Call today to meet with a training expert: Assessment Services Diana Gott 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2200 Cosmetology, Continuing Education Marge Daidone 440.774.1051, ext 2274 Health and Safety Services Marsha Leonard 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2291 Industrial Maintenance Russ Beach 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2279 Machining, OSHA, and Quality Testing Ralph Bentley 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2287

Have a specific training need that you don’t see here? Just give us a call.

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This program prepares students for a chair side position in a dental office. The course introduces dental anatomy, terminology, dental specialties, chair side assisting, laboratory procedures, infection control, sterilization procedures, dental instruments and mixing dental materials. The course also offers a 7–hour initial training course for Dental Assistant Radiographer. This is the first step towards obtaining a Dental Assistant Radiography certificate in Ohio. BLS Healthcare provider CPR and First Aid and Safety included. Must have the Hepatitis B vaccination series started. Books are included in tuition. Class size is limited to 18 students. DAR 12B 132 HOURS Feb. 4, 2013 – June 10, 2013 6 – 10 PM M, W $1220

Phlebotomy Technician

Phlebotomy technicians draw quality blood samples from patients or blood donors and prepare those specimens for medical testing. Many patients have phobias when it comes to blood and needles, and giving blood can be the most difficult part of an office visit. Phlebotomy technicians create an atmosphere of trust and confidence with patients while drawing blood specimens in a skillful, safe and reliable manner. Upon completion of this program and the NHA national exam, entry–level job opportunities are excellent at hospitals, outpatient clinics or physicians’ labs. The program includes: Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology, CPR and a non–paid supervised externship with hours of M–F 8:00 am–5:00 pm. Books included in tuition. Class size limited to 18 students. PHTE12B 468 HOURS Jan. 29, 2013 – Apr. 26, 2013 11 AM – 3 PM T, W, TH F $4030 9 AM – 3 PM

Medical Office

This program teaches students the basic administrative and clinical skills needed to work in the front or back office of a medical facility. This program contains a non–paid work–based component, healthcare provider CPR and NSC first aid certification. Students will take the NHA Certified Medical Administrative assistance exam at the end of the class. Books and testing fees are included in tuition. Class size limited to 20 students. MDOF12B 153 HOURS Jan. 28, 2013 – June 5, 2013 5:30 – 10 PM M, W $1590

STNA

Are you a person who has a passion for people and a dedication to caring? State Tested Nursing Assistants work in both nursing homes and long–term care facilities. Our classes prepare students for entry–level positions in the healthcare field and are designed for students with or without previous medical experience. Content in our classroom and skills lab includes communication, personal care, infection control, safety, body mechanics, basic nursing and restorative care. Students learn the latest trends and practices with a hands–on approach. Books included in tuition. Graduates of this course are eligible to take the Ohio STNA exam. Class size limited to 16 students. STNA12B 101 HOURS Jan. 22, 2013 – Apr. 16, 2013 5 – 10 PM T, TH $1040

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Healthcare OCCUPATIONS

Safety Occupations

Home Health Care Aide

Emergency Medical Technicians

NEW!

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to perform as a homemaker–home health aide. Students will study communication, health and safety issues and strategies and methods of providing holistic care to clients with culturally diverse and special needs backgrounds. You must have a valid STNA certification to register. Books are included in tuition. HHCA12 30 HOURS Apr. 18, 2013 – May 14, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $600

Medical Terminology

This is an introduction course to familiarize the student with medical terms and abbreviations that include medical prefixes, suffixes, and basic vocabulary. This course is a prerequisite for Medical Coding and Billing, and Advanced Medical Coding. Books are included with tuition. MT12 48 HOURS Jan. 15, 2013 – Feb. 21, 2013 5:30 – 9:30 PM T, TH $430

Medical Coding and Billing

This course is an introduction to medical coding and billing. Students will learn how to complete and submit the varied claims required in the medical field. You will learn to use the ICD–9 , Introduction to ICD-10, CPT–4, and HCPCS. In addition, a variety of payment systems are presented: DRG, RUSLLL, and APC. Prerequisite: Medical Terminology. Books are included in tuition. MCC12 60 HOURS Feb. 26, 2013 – Apr. 30, 2013 5:30 – 9:30 PM T, TH $750

Advanced Medical Coding

This course is designed for students who already have knowledge of coding but want to take it to the next step. Students will embark on a comprehensive study of the principles of medical coding and billing management. Through practice with patient cases, students will decode using a wide spectrum of medical specialties and prepare for their certification exam. Prerequisite – two years of coding experience required. Same books from Medical Coding and Billing required. If not taking Medical Coding and Billing, please inquire for book pricing. AMC12 60 HOURS May 2, 2013 – June 20, 2013 5:30 – 9:30 PM T, TH $545

Acute Care Specialty

NEW!

This course provides students with knowledge and skills to perform as an aide in an adult acute care setting. Students will study adult daily living skills, infection control practices, nutritional basics, adult mobility concepts, and safety and legal issues. You must have a valid STNA certification to register. Books are included in the tuition. ACS12 60 HOURS Jan. 29, 2013 – Mar. 21, 2013 6 - 10PM T,TH $985

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The new 150 hour EMT course is based on the new EMS Educational standards. The course is required for certification as an EMT in the state of Ohio. The curriculum which contains more pathophysiology is designed to prepare an individual to serve on ambulance services and fire departments. Prerequisites: 18 years of age, high school diploma or GED, driver’s license and not been convicted of, plead guilty to or had judicial finding of guilty to crimes listed in OAC 4765–8–01. Books are included in the cost of tuition. The cost of the national exam is extra. Accreditation #119. EMT12B Feb. 11, 2013 – July 17, 2013 6 – 10 PM M, W $900

EMT Refresher

This 30–hour course meets recertification requirements for EMT in the state of Ohio. It can also be used for continuing education hours for other levels of training. Call Marsha Leonard at 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2291 for further information.

Emergency Medical Responder

This 48–hour course is required for certification as an Emergency Medical Responder in the state of Ohio. The curriculum is designed especially for those who first arrive at any emergency scenes: police, firefighters and industrial workers. Prerequisites: 18 years of age, high school diploma or GED, driver’s license, and have not been convicted of, plead guilty to or had judicial finding of guilty to crimes listed in OAC 4765–8–01. Books are included in the cost of tuition. The cost of the National Registry Exam is extra. Accreditation #119. FR12B 48 HOURS Jan. 15, 2013 – Feb. 21, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $425

First Responder Refresher

This 15–hour course meets recertification requirements for First Responder in the state of Ohio. Course scheduled upon request. Continuing Education programs can be delivered on–site or at a facility of your choice by calling the Adult Career Center.

Safety & Health Training

Knowing how to respond to a First Aid or CPR emergency is one of the most important skills a person can possess. The National Safety Council is one resource you can depend on to provide this valuable knowledge. Our sources offer the latest skills, techniques and expertise in life–saving situations. Program content and learning activities can be customized. All programs can be delivered on–site or at a facility of your choice. Our experienced staff will work with you to assess your needs and create a special program that best fits your situation. Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center offers NSC classes in all levels of CPR, First Aid, First Responder, Blood–borne Pathogens and Emergency Vehicle Operation. Call Marsha Leonard at 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2291 for further information.

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Healthcare OCCUPATIONS

Safety Occupations

Home Health Care Aide

Emergency Medical Technicians

NEW!

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to perform as a homemaker–home health aide. Students will study communication, health and safety issues and strategies and methods of providing holistic care to clients with culturally diverse and special needs backgrounds. You must have a valid STNA certification to register. Books are included in tuition. HHCA12 30 HOURS Apr. 18, 2013 – May 14, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $600

Medical Terminology

This is an introduction course to familiarize the student with medical terms and abbreviations that include medical prefixes, suffixes, and basic vocabulary. This course is a prerequisite for Medical Coding and Billing, and Advanced Medical Coding. Books are included with tuition. MT12 48 HOURS Jan. 15, 2013 – Feb. 21, 2013 5:30 – 9:30 PM T, TH $430

Medical Coding and Billing

This course is an introduction to medical coding and billing. Students will learn how to complete and submit the varied claims required in the medical field. You will learn to use the ICD–9 , Introduction to ICD-10, CPT–4, and HCPCS. In addition, a variety of payment systems are presented: DRG, RUSLLL, and APC. Prerequisite: Medical Terminology. Books are included in tuition. MCC12 60 HOURS Feb. 26, 2013 – Apr. 30, 2013 5:30 – 9:30 PM T, TH $750

Advanced Medical Coding

This course is designed for students who already have knowledge of coding but want to take it to the next step. Students will embark on a comprehensive study of the principles of medical coding and billing management. Through practice with patient cases, students will decode using a wide spectrum of medical specialties and prepare for their certification exam. Prerequisite – two years of coding experience required. Same books from Medical Coding and Billing required. If not taking Medical Coding and Billing, please inquire for book pricing. AMC12 60 HOURS May 2, 2013 – June 20, 2013 5:30 – 9:30 PM T, TH $545

Acute Care Specialty

NEW!

This course provides students with knowledge and skills to perform as an aide in an adult acute care setting. Students will study adult daily living skills, infection control practices, nutritional basics, adult mobility concepts, and safety and legal issues. You must have a valid STNA certification to register. Books are included in the tuition. ACS12 60 HOURS Jan. 29, 2013 – Mar. 21, 2013 6 - 10PM T,TH $985

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The new 150 hour EMT course is based on the new EMS Educational standards. The course is required for certification as an EMT in the state of Ohio. The curriculum which contains more pathophysiology is designed to prepare an individual to serve on ambulance services and fire departments. Prerequisites: 18 years of age, high school diploma or GED, driver’s license and not been convicted of, plead guilty to or had judicial finding of guilty to crimes listed in OAC 4765–8–01. Books are included in the cost of tuition. The cost of the national exam is extra. Accreditation #119. EMT12B Feb. 11, 2013 – July 17, 2013 6 – 10 PM M, W $900

EMT Refresher

This 30–hour course meets recertification requirements for EMT in the state of Ohio. It can also be used for continuing education hours for other levels of training. Call Marsha Leonard at 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2291 for further information.

Emergency Medical Responder

This 48–hour course is required for certification as an Emergency Medical Responder in the state of Ohio. The curriculum is designed especially for those who first arrive at any emergency scenes: police, firefighters and industrial workers. Prerequisites: 18 years of age, high school diploma or GED, driver’s license, and have not been convicted of, plead guilty to or had judicial finding of guilty to crimes listed in OAC 4765–8–01. Books are included in the cost of tuition. The cost of the National Registry Exam is extra. Accreditation #119. FR12B 48 HOURS Jan. 15, 2013 – Feb. 21, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $425

First Responder Refresher

This 15–hour course meets recertification requirements for First Responder in the state of Ohio. Course scheduled upon request. Continuing Education programs can be delivered on–site or at a facility of your choice by calling the Adult Career Center.

Safety & Health Training

Knowing how to respond to a First Aid or CPR emergency is one of the most important skills a person can possess. The National Safety Council is one resource you can depend on to provide this valuable knowledge. Our sources offer the latest skills, techniques and expertise in life–saving situations. Program content and learning activities can be customized. All programs can be delivered on–site or at a facility of your choice. Our experienced staff will work with you to assess your needs and create a special program that best fits your situation. Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center offers NSC classes in all levels of CPR, First Aid, First Responder, Blood–borne Pathogens and Emergency Vehicle Operation. Call Marsha Leonard at 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2291 for further information.

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Service Occupations

Manufacturing Trades

Managing Manicurist

Intro to Machining

Learning the latest trends and techniques of artificial enhancements and natural nails. Pedicures for health and relaxation, salon management, sales and product knowledge are also learned and practiced. We prepare you for the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology’s license exam. Includes one uniform top, nail kit and books. COS12A 300 HOURS Feb. 4, 2013 – May 30, 2013 4:30 – 9:30 PM M, T,W,TH $2839. 00

Cosmetology Continuing Education

We are a Continuing Education Provider for Ohio State Board of Cosmetology required hours for license renewal. Check our website, www.lcjvs.com/adult for classes, dates and times or call for information 440–774–1051 ex. 2274.

Massage Certification CEU Jan. 7, 2013 10 AM – 7 PM M

Train-The-Trainer

CEU Jan. 14, 2013 10 AM – 7 PM M

8 HOURS $125 8 HOURS $125

Serve Safe

Prepare for certification by the National Restaurant Association (NRA) and the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). Completing this curriculum for food safety training will allow you to act as Person–in– Charge for food facilities, schools, churches etc. Course covers principles of food microbiology, food– borne diseases, and standards and measures for prevention of food–borne diseases. Book and Test included in tuition. SS12 20 HOURS Feb. 4, 2013 – Feb. 20, 2013 6 – 10 PM M W $200

A Culinary Foundation

You will start with getting your Serve Safe certification. You will then learn knife skills that every employer wants. You will acquire the skill to produce fast and accurate cuts. Next we will move on to learn how to make stocks, soups, and sauces. You will learn how to make the five mother sauces, and also what proteins to pair them with. Then we will move on to basic fabrication of chicken, beef, and seafood. You will also learn the basic cooking techniques to cook each of the proteins. You will be practicing frying, sautéing, braising, poaching, and grilling. You will also be making pasta. We won’t forget about the desserts. 120 HOURS Feb. 4, 2013 – May 29, 2013 6 – 10 PM M, W $1600

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This course is a great way to prepare for CNC courses at the JVS. Hands–on operations, setup and tooling for lathes, mills, and surface grinders. Class size limited to 12. MACH12C 40 HOURS Jan. 15, 2013 – Feb. 14, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $420

Intro to CNC

This course is designed to present an introduction and overview of Computerized Numerical Control (CNC). Hands–on operations, programming cycles and axis movements are included using Fanuc controls and language. Class size is limited to 12. CNC12C 40 HOURS Feb. 19, 2013 – Mar. 26, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $420

CNC Programming

This course provides instruction in Computerized Numerical Controls programming. It includes G code and M code programming as well as hands–on programming on two and three axis machines with interactive mill cam and lathe cam. Prerequisite: Introduction to CNC. CNCP12C 40 HOURS Apr. 16, 2013 – May 16, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $420

Commercial Electricity

This course focuses on wiring materials, outlets, switch boxes, service, installation rough–in and finish wiring with emphasis on commercial applications. Learn the proper methods to bending conduit (EMT and Rigid), three–phase connections and applying the National Electric Code. Books included in tuition. CMEL12B 60 HOURS Mar. 18, 2013 – May 13, 2013 6 – 10 PM M, W $790

Computer Aided Drafting I (CAD)

This class is an introduction to Computer Aided Drafting. You will learn to plan and create drawings using basic AutoCAD commands. You will also learn how to create basic shapes, edit drawings, add text, use layers, use object snap modifiers and obtain information about your drawing. Prerequisite: Windows experience. Books included in tuition. CAD12B 60 HOURS Jan. 15, 2013 – Mar. 5, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $685

Computer Aided Drafting II (CAD) II

This class is a continuation of Computer Aided Drafting I. You will learn to use object selection techniques, add hatch patterns, create multi–view drawings, place dimensions on your drawing and use advanced editing techniques. Books are included in tuition. CADII12B 60 HOURS Mar. 12 – May 28, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $685 (cont. )

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Service Occupations

Manufacturing Trades

Managing Manicurist

Intro to Machining

Learning the latest trends and techniques of artificial enhancements and natural nails. Pedicures for health and relaxation, salon management, sales and product knowledge are also learned and practiced. We prepare you for the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology’s license exam. Includes one uniform top, nail kit and books. COS12A 300 HOURS Feb. 4, 2013 – May 30, 2013 4:30 – 9:30 PM M, T,W,TH $2839. 00

Cosmetology Continuing Education

We are a Continuing Education Provider for Ohio State Board of Cosmetology required hours for license renewal. Check our website, www.lcjvs.com/adult for classes, dates and times or call for information 440–774–1051 ex. 2274.

Massage Certification CEU Jan. 7, 2013 10 AM – 7 PM M

Train-The-Trainer

CEU Jan. 14, 2013 10 AM – 7 PM M

8 HOURS $125 8 HOURS $125

Serve Safe

Prepare for certification by the National Restaurant Association (NRA) and the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). Completing this curriculum for food safety training will allow you to act as Person–in– Charge for food facilities, schools, churches etc. Course covers principles of food microbiology, food– borne diseases, and standards and measures for prevention of food–borne diseases. Book and Test included in tuition. SS12 20 HOURS Feb. 4, 2013 – Feb. 20, 2013 6 – 10 PM M W $200

A Culinary Foundation

You will start with getting your Serve Safe certification. You will then learn knife skills that every employer wants. You will acquire the skill to produce fast and accurate cuts. Next we will move on to learn how to make stocks, soups, and sauces. You will learn how to make the five mother sauces, and also what proteins to pair them with. Then we will move on to basic fabrication of chicken, beef, and seafood. You will also learn the basic cooking techniques to cook each of the proteins. You will be practicing frying, sautéing, braising, poaching, and grilling. You will also be making pasta. We won’t forget about the desserts. 120 HOURS Feb. 4, 2013 – May 29, 2013 6 – 10 PM M, W $1600

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This course is a great way to prepare for CNC courses at the JVS. Hands–on operations, setup and tooling for lathes, mills, and surface grinders. Class size limited to 12. MACH12C 40 HOURS Jan. 15, 2013 – Feb. 14, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $420

Intro to CNC

This course is designed to present an introduction and overview of Computerized Numerical Control (CNC). Hands–on operations, programming cycles and axis movements are included using Fanuc controls and language. Class size is limited to 12. CNC12C 40 HOURS Feb. 19, 2013 – Mar. 26, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $420

CNC Programming

This course provides instruction in Computerized Numerical Controls programming. It includes G code and M code programming as well as hands–on programming on two and three axis machines with interactive mill cam and lathe cam. Prerequisite: Introduction to CNC. CNCP12C 40 HOURS Apr. 16, 2013 – May 16, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $420

Commercial Electricity

This course focuses on wiring materials, outlets, switch boxes, service, installation rough–in and finish wiring with emphasis on commercial applications. Learn the proper methods to bending conduit (EMT and Rigid), three–phase connections and applying the National Electric Code. Books included in tuition. CMEL12B 60 HOURS Mar. 18, 2013 – May 13, 2013 6 – 10 PM M, W $790

Computer Aided Drafting I (CAD)

This class is an introduction to Computer Aided Drafting. You will learn to plan and create drawings using basic AutoCAD commands. You will also learn how to create basic shapes, edit drawings, add text, use layers, use object snap modifiers and obtain information about your drawing. Prerequisite: Windows experience. Books included in tuition. CAD12B 60 HOURS Jan. 15, 2013 – Mar. 5, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $685

Computer Aided Drafting II (CAD) II

This class is a continuation of Computer Aided Drafting I. You will learn to use object selection techniques, add hatch patterns, create multi–view drawings, place dimensions on your drawing and use advanced editing techniques. Books are included in tuition. CADII12B 60 HOURS Mar. 12 – May 28, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $685 (cont. )

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Basic Electricity/Electronics

A basic course in electricity that covers Ohm’s law, resistor color codes, transformers, inductors and capacitors, AC theory, operation of digital multi–meters and ladder logic. This course is highly recommended to be taken prior to any other electrical courses. Scientific calculator needed. Books included in tuition. BEL12B 52 HOURS Jan. 14, 2013 – Mar. 11, 2013 6 – 10 PM M, W $730

Industrial Electricity

This class will cover AC and DC Electromotive principles and motor ratings, construction of basic motor control circuitry, motor protection devices, motor control circuits using relay ladder logic, wiring configurations and load distribution. Basic Electricity is strongly recommended as a prerequisite. This course is a prerequisite if taking Intro to PLCs. Books included in tuition. INEL12B 60 HOURS Jan. 22, 2013 – Mar. 14, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $740

Intro to PLCs

Learn systems configuration and programming using Allen Bradley SLC 500 and Micrologix 1000. Course will review binary, octal, hexadecimal and BCD numbering systems used in PLC control. PLC ladder diagram construction, I/O addressing, and circuit interfaces will be heavily stressed with use of RS Logix as a programming platform. Prerequisite: Industrial Electricity or experience. Books included in tuition. PLC 12B 60 HOURS Apr. 9, 2013 – May 28, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $785

Metallurgy – Non–Ferrous Metals

Pre–Requisite: None The production and application of non–ferrous metals. Topics covered include: Non–ferrous metals, theory of alloys, physical metallurgy, aluminum, magnesium, copper, bearing metals, die casting, powder metallurgy surface treatment, new metals and applications and welding metallurgy. Books are not included in tuition. AMNF12 32 HOURS Apr. 9, 2013 – May 28, 2013 6 – 10 PM T $250

Metallurgy – Ferrous Metals

Pre–Requisite: None The production and application of ferrous metals. Topics include: Properties of ferrous metals, production of steel, classification of steel, iron carbon diagram, shaping and forming of steel, cast iron, wrought iron and a general overview of basic heat treatment of steel. Books are not included in tuition. AMFR12 32 HOURS Jan. 28, 2013 – Mar. 25, 2013 6 – 10 PM M $250

Hydraulics and Pneumatics Fundamentals

Pre–Requisite: None This course is designed to provide the basic principles of pneumatics and hydraulics for those who are intending to take advanced studies in these subjects. Books are not included in tuition. AHF12 32 HOURS Jan. 23, 2013 – Mar. 13, 2013 6 – 10 PM W $250

Advanced Hydraulic– Pneumatics

Pre–Requisite: Hydraulics and Pneumatics Fundamentals This course is designed to provide advanced principles of pneumatics and hydraulics on a wide range of pumps and valves and instruction on care and use. Books are not included in tuition. AAHYPN12 32 HOURS Apr. 10, 2013 – May 29, 2013 6 ��� 10 PM W $250

Lubrication

This class will cover sliding and rolling friction and how lubricants reduce friction and wear. This class will review oil and grease properties, terms and identifiers. You will also review oil sampling methods and record keeping. Books included in tuition. LUB12 16 HOURS Mar. 5, 2013 – Mar. 26, 2013 6 – 10 PM T

Welding Beginning

An introduction to welding using both oxy–acetylene flame and electric arc. Course includes shop safety, fusion of metals, identification of electrodes and equipment set up. Practice in running beads on flat, horizontal surfaces and joints included. Books included in tuition. Student must provide own welding gear. WLDB12B 60 HOURS Jan. 29, 2013 – Mar. 21, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $960

Welding Advanced

Develop skills with further training and practice with gas and arc on vertical and overhead welding. Increase skills with brazing and cutting. TIG and MIG May be included along with heliarc welding in all positions. With the instructor’s approval, student will be eligible to take State Certification test for structural welding (vertical and overhead). Certification test extra. Prerequisite: Welding Beginning or experience. Book supplied from previous prerequisite course. Student must provide own welding gear. WLDAV12B 60 HOURS Apr. 9, 2013 – May 28, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $960

Mechanical Maintenance Technician Certificate Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center in partnership with Lorain County Community College. Spring 2013 semester begins the week of January 22nd and ends the week of May 12.

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To get started, contact the LCJVS Adult Career Center at 774-1051, ext. 2279, Russ Beach, and schedule an appoitment.

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Basic Electricity/Electronics

A basic course in electricity that covers Ohm’s law, resistor color codes, transformers, inductors and capacitors, AC theory, operation of digital multi–meters and ladder logic. This course is highly recommended to be taken prior to any other electrical courses. Scientific calculator needed. Books included in tuition. BEL12B 52 HOURS Jan. 14, 2013 – Mar. 11, 2013 6 – 10 PM M, W $730

Industrial Electricity

This class will cover AC and DC Electromotive principles and motor ratings, construction of basic motor control circuitry, motor protection devices, motor control circuits using relay ladder logic, wiring configurations and load distribution. Basic Electricity is strongly recommended as a prerequisite. This course is a prerequisite if taking Intro to PLCs. Books included in tuition. INEL12B 60 HOURS Jan. 22, 2013 – Mar. 14, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $740

Intro to PLCs

Learn systems configuration and programming using Allen Bradley SLC 500 and Micrologix 1000. Course will review binary, octal, hexadecimal and BCD numbering systems used in PLC control. PLC ladder diagram construction, I/O addressing, and circuit interfaces will be heavily stressed with use of RS Logix as a programming platform. Prerequisite: Industrial Electricity or experience. Books included in tuition. PLC 12B 60 HOURS Apr. 9, 2013 – May 28, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $785

Metallurgy – Non–Ferrous Metals

Pre–Requisite: None The production and application of non–ferrous metals. Topics covered include: Non–ferrous metals, theory of alloys, physical metallurgy, aluminum, magnesium, copper, bearing metals, die casting, powder metallurgy surface treatment, new metals and applications and welding metallurgy. Books are not included in tuition. AMNF12 32 HOURS Apr. 9, 2013 – May 28, 2013 6 – 10 PM T $250

Metallurgy – Ferrous Metals

Pre–Requisite: None The production and application of ferrous metals. Topics include: Properties of ferrous metals, production of steel, classification of steel, iron carbon diagram, shaping and forming of steel, cast iron, wrought iron and a general overview of basic heat treatment of steel. Books are not included in tuition. AMFR12 32 HOURS Jan. 28, 2013 – Mar. 25, 2013 6 – 10 PM M $250

Hydraulics and Pneumatics Fundamentals

Pre–Requisite: None This course is designed to provide the basic principles of pneumatics and hydraulics for those who are intending to take advanced studies in these subjects. Books are not included in tuition. AHF12 32 HOURS Jan. 23, 2013 – Mar. 13, 2013 6 – 10 PM W $250

Advanced Hydraulic– Pneumatics

Pre–Requisite: Hydraulics and Pneumatics Fundamentals This course is designed to provide advanced principles of pneumatics and hydraulics on a wide range of pumps and valves and instruction on care and use. Books are not included in tuition. AAHYPN12 32 HOURS Apr. 10, 2013 – May 29, 2013 6 – 10 PM W $250

Lubrication

This class will cover sliding and rolling friction and how lubricants reduce friction and wear. This class will review oil and grease properties, terms and identifiers. You will also review oil sampling methods and record keeping. Books included in tuition. LUB12 16 HOURS Mar. 5, 2013 – Mar. 26, 2013 6 – 10 PM T

Welding Beginning

An introduction to welding using both oxy–acetylene flame and electric arc. Course includes shop safety, fusion of metals, identification of electrodes and equipment set up. Practice in running beads on flat, horizontal surfaces and joints included. Books included in tuition. Student must provide own welding gear. WLDB12B 60 HOURS Jan. 29, 2013 – Mar. 21, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $960

Welding Advanced

Develop skills with further training and practice with gas and arc on vertical and overhead welding. Increase skills with brazing and cutting. TIG and MIG May be included along with heliarc welding in all positions. With the instructor’s approval, student will be eligible to take State Certification test for structural welding (vertical and overhead). Certification test extra. Prerequisite: Welding Beginning or experience. Book supplied from previous prerequisite course. Student must provide own welding gear. WLDAV12B 60 HOURS Apr. 9, 2013 – May 28, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $960

Mechanical Maintenance Technician Certificate Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center in partnership with Lorain County Community College. Spring 2013 semester begins the week of January 22nd and ends the week of May 12.

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To get started, contact the LCJVS Adult Career Center at 774-1051, ext. 2279, Russ Beach, and schedule an appoitment.

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Building Trades Masonry

This course combines classroom and hands–on training in the areas of flatwork cutting, chipping and laying in position concrete blocks and bricks. Experience the use of different hand tools and bonding materials. Books included in tuition. Necessary hand tools are to be provided by the student. MAS12A 60 HOURS Jan. 29, 2013 – Mar. 31, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $605

Plumbing

Learn the fundamentals of beginning plumbing. Topics covered include: codes, take–offs, soldering, PVC and ABS, installing showers, tubs, toilets, sinks and hot water tanks. Books are included in tuition. PLUM12A 60 HOURS Feb. 19, 2013 – Apr. 23, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $650

Residential Wiring

Gain the ability to do wiring acceptable to electrical inspectors and power companies using the National Electrical Code. Learn about wiring materials and devices, splices, outlets, switch boxes, service installation, rough in and finish work. Books included in tuition, necessary tools provided by student. RESWR12B 60 HOURS Feb. 25, 2013 – Apr. 22, 2013 5:30 – 10 PM M, W $985

For the beginner or experienced student, increase or polish your skills with the following MS Office programs. Prerequisite: Windows 7 or experience with Windows environment. Books included in tuition.

Microsoft Word 2010 MWD12B 28 HOURS Jan. 14, 2013 – Mar. 6, 2013 6 – 8 PM M, W $250

Microsoft Excel 2010 MEX12B Mar. 12, 2013 – May 9, 2013 6 – 8 PM T, TH

28 HOURS $250

Presentation Graphics – Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 PPT12B Apr. 15, 2013 – June 3, 2013 6 – 8 PM M, W

28 HOURS $250

Intro to Mac OS X

Information Technology

This course is designed for individuals with previous experience using a computer in a Windows environment, to translate that knowledge to the wonderful world of Macintosh. Students will become familiar with operating a Macintosh computer running Mac OS X 10. 6. You will learn to perform various tasks including running applications, managing files, configuring system settings, browsing the Internet, installing software and more. Class taught by an Apple–certified trainer. Books included in tuition. OSX12A 20 HOURS Jan. 28, 2013 – Mar. 4, 2013 6 – 8 PM M, W $205

Basic Computer Skills

Photoshop

This is a great place to start to get “hands–on” computer experience. Learn about computers in plain English. Students will learn the basics of word processing, spreadsheets and database programs and their applications. Also covers Windows 10 basic operations. Books included in tuition. BCS12B 28 HOURS Jan. 15, 2013 – Feb. 28, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM T, TH $256

Quick Books 2012

Microsoft Windows and Accounting classes or experience are recommended prior to this course. Topics include: Tour of QuickBooks, Chart of Accounts, Banking, Customers & Sales, Vendors, Purchases & Inventory, Employees & Payroll, Reports & Graphs and Setting Up Your Own Company in QuickBooks. Book included in tuition. QB12B 24 HOURS Mar. 4, 2013 – Mar. 27, 2013 6 – 9 PM M, W $340

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Microsoft Office Suite 2010

This course introduces students to the industry standard for photo manipulation: Adobe Photoshop. Whether for personal or professional use; become comfortable creating images from scratch, manipulating photographs, preparing your work for use in print and on the web. Learn the purpose of each Photoshop tool, how to customize the application for efficiency, as well as various photo enhancement techniques for a variety of applications. Books included in tuition. PS12A 30 HOURS Apr. 15, 2013 – May 15, 2013 6 – 9 PM M, W $350

Creating a Website for Small Business

Creating a website sounds complicated, doesn’t it? It isn’t. You don’t need to be a techie or learn any type of complicated code. This course is designed to assist non–profits, consultants and organizations with small budgets with creating a website for the first time. You’ll learn about getting a domain name that represents your organization simply, choosing a good Web host that doesn’t take advantage of you and creating a website that’s easy for your audience to use. And you can do it all with a very small budget and minimal technical skills. Give it a try! SMWEB12A 12 HOURS Feb. 4, 2013 – Feb. 13, 2013 6:30 – 9:30 PM T, TH $105 (cont. )

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Building Trades Masonry

This course combines classroom and hands–on training in the areas of flatwork cutting, chipping and laying in position concrete blocks and bricks. Experience the use of different hand tools and bonding materials. Books included in tuition. Necessary hand tools are to be provided by the student. MAS12A 60 HOURS Jan. 29, 2013 – Mar. 31, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $605

Plumbing

Learn the fundamentals of beginning plumbing. Topics covered include: codes, take–offs, soldering, PVC and ABS, installing showers, tubs, toilets, sinks and hot water tanks. Books are included in tuition. PLUM12A 60 HOURS Feb. 19, 2013 – Apr. 23, 2013 6 – 10 PM T, TH $650

Residential Wiring

Gain the ability to do wiring acceptable to electrical inspectors and power companies using the National Electrical Code. Learn about wiring materials and devices, splices, outlets, switch boxes, service installation, rough in and finish work. Books included in tuition, necessary tools provided by student. RESWR12B 60 HOURS Feb. 25, 2013 – Apr. 22, 2013 5:30 – 10 PM M, W $985

For the beginner or experienced student, increase or polish your skills with the following MS Office programs. Prerequisite: Windows 7 or experience with Windows environment. Books included in tuition.

Microsoft Word 2010 MWD12B 28 HOURS Jan. 14, 2013 – Mar. 6, 2013 6 – 8 PM M, W $250

Microsoft Excel 2010 MEX12B Mar. 12, 2013 – May 9, 2013 6 – 8 PM T, TH

28 HOURS $250

Presentation Graphics – Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 PPT12B Apr. 15, 2013 – June 3, 2013 6 – 8 PM M, W

28 HOURS $250

Intro to Mac OS X

Information Technology

This course is designed for individuals with previous experience using a computer in a Windows environment, to translate that knowledge to the wonderful world of Macintosh. Students will become familiar with operating a Macintosh computer running Mac OS X 10. 6. You will learn to perform various tasks including running applications, managing files, configuring system settings, browsing the Internet, installing software and more. Class taught by an Apple–certified trainer. Books included in tuition. OSX12A 20 HOURS Jan. 28, 2013 – Mar. 4, 2013 6 – 8 PM M, W $205

Basic Computer Skills

Photoshop

This is a great place to start to get “hands–on” computer experience. Learn about computers in plain English. Students will learn the basics of word processing, spreadsheets and database programs and their applications. Also covers Windows 10 basic operations. Books included in tuition. BCS12B 28 HOURS Jan. 15, 2013 – Feb. 28, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM T, TH $256

Quick Books 2012

Microsoft Windows and Accounting classes or experience are recommended prior to this course. Topics include: Tour of QuickBooks, Chart of Accounts, Banking, Customers & Sales, Vendors, Purchases & Inventory, Employees & Payroll, Reports & Graphs and Setting Up Your Own Company in QuickBooks. Book included in tuition. QB12B 24 HOURS Mar. 4, 2013 – Mar. 27, 2013 6 – 9 PM M, W $340

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Microsoft Office Suite 2010

This course introduces students to the industry standard for photo manipulation: Adobe Photoshop. Whether for personal or professional use; become comfortable creating images from scratch, manipulating photographs, preparing your work for use in print and on the web. Learn the purpose of each Photoshop tool, how to customize the application for efficiency, as well as various photo enhancement techniques for a variety of applications. Books included in tuition. PS12A 30 HOURS Apr. 15, 2013 – May 15, 2013 6 – 9 PM M, W $350

Creating a Website for Small Business

Creating a website sounds complicated, doesn’t it? It isn’t. You don’t need to be a techie or learn any type of complicated code. This course is designed to assist non–profits, consultants and organizations with small budgets with creating a website for the first time. You’ll learn about getting a domain name that represents your organization simply, choosing a good Web host that doesn’t take advantage of you and creating a website that’s easy for your audience to use. And you can do it all with a very small budget and minimal technical skills. Give it a try! SMWEB12A 12 HOURS Feb. 4, 2013 – Feb. 13, 2013 6:30 – 9:30 PM T, TH $105 (cont. )

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Using your Digital Camera I

Learn how to operate your camera to utilize all its functions (SLR and DSLR) and produce quality pictures. Bring your camera and manual. Class limited to 8 students. UDC12 4 HOURS Sec C: Jan. 29, 2013 – Jan. 31, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM T, TH $40 Sec D: Feb. 26, 2013 – Feb. 28, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM T, TH $40 Sec. E: Mar. 11, 2013 – Mar. 13, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM M, W $40

Using your Digital Camera II

You’ve taken your pictures…now what? Continue to use your camera’s functions and learn what you can do with your pictures including storage, slideshows and editing. Computers and available software will be used. Bring your camera, manual and computer hookups. Class size limited to 8 students. UDCII12 4 HOURS Sec A: Feb. 12, 2013 – Feb. 14, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM T, TH $40 Sec B: Mar. 25, 2013 – Mar. 27, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM M, W $40 Sec C: Apr. 8, 2013 – Apr. 10, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM M, W $40

Basic Home Computer Repair

Do you want to work on your computer? Learn to add memory, a CD–ROM drive, printers and other devices. Having software problems? Learn about virus and spyware protection. Is your computer running slow? Learn to maximize its potential. You will remove the internal components and rebuild a computer and troubleshoot common problems. Books and tool kit are included in tuition. BHCR12B 20 HOURS Feb. 4, 2013 – Feb. 20, 2013 6 – 10 PM M, W $240

Finance Financial Planning

Baby Food Made at Home

Learn how to make homemade baby food. Make sure your little ones are eating the very best. Its quick easy and much more nutritional than store bought. All of that and it will still cost you less money than brand names. Take home instructions, recipes and ideas. COOK12A Feb. 27, 2013 6 – 8:30 PM W $20

Home Remedies

Learn how to make your own laundry detergent, hand cleaners, and other beauty products. Keep your family and the environment safe. COOK12B Mar. 6, 2013 6 – 8:30 PM W $20

Meals On a Budget

Learn how to make nutritional and delicious food cheap. I will show you how to please your family without blowing your budget. COOK12C Mar. 13, 2013 6 – 8:30 PM W $20

Utilizing Your Leftovers

Sick of that chicken in your fridge? You hate to throw it away but you are sick of eating it. In this class you will learn how to transform your leftovers into gourmet meals. Take home packets of recipes provided. COOK12D Mar. 20, 2013 6 – 8:30 PM W $20

Landscape/ Floral

This course is designed to assist you in achieving your financial goals. Types of investments covered include: certificates of deposit, mutual funds, annuities, tax–free investments, and more. No book necessary for this course. FP12B 14 HOURS Feb. 4, 2013 – Feb. 27, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM M, W $99

Flower Arranging

Retirement Planning

Landscape Design and Maintenance

Learn the best financial steps toward retirement. Includes: SEP, profit sharing, 401K, TSA and IRAs, investments, social security and rollovers. No book necessary for this course. RP12B 12 HOURS Mar. 5, 2013 – Apr. 16, 2013 7 – 9 PM T $90

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Cooking

Practice the principles of design and color with the use of accessories, figurines and driftwood. Work with fresh and dried flowers to make special seasonal arrangements. Supplies are extra. FLAR12B 30 HOURS Jan. 31, 2013 – Apr. 25, 2013 6:30 – 9:30 PM TH $180 Learn the principles of landscape design, including site selection, appropriate plant choices, planting techniques and maintenance including pruning and fertilizing. 24 HOURS Feb. 5, 2013 – Mar. 26, 2013 6:30 – 9:30 PM T $135

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Using your Digital Camera I

Learn how to operate your camera to utilize all its functions (SLR and DSLR) and produce quality pictures. Bring your camera and manual. Class limited to 8 students. UDC12 4 HOURS Sec C: Jan. 29, 2013 – Jan. 31, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM T, TH $40 Sec D: Feb. 26, 2013 – Feb. 28, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM T, TH $40 Sec. E: Mar. 11, 2013 – Mar. 13, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM M, W $40

Using your Digital Camera II

You’ve taken your pictures…now what? Continue to use your camera’s functions and learn what you can do with your pictures including storage, slideshows and editing. Computers and available software will be used. Bring your camera, manual and computer hookups. Class size limited to 8 students. UDCII12 4 HOURS Sec A: Feb. 12, 2013 – Feb. 14, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM T, TH $40 Sec B: Mar. 25, 2013 – Mar. 27, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM M, W $40 Sec C: Apr. 8, 2013 – Apr. 10, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM M, W $40

Basic Home Computer Repair

Do you want to work on your computer? Learn to add memory, a CD–ROM drive, printers and other devices. Having software problems? Learn about virus and spyware protection. Is your computer running slow? Learn to maximize its potential. You will remove the internal components and rebuild a computer and troubleshoot common problems. Books and tool kit are included in tuition. BHCR12B 20 HOURS Feb. 4, 2013 – Feb. 20, 2013 6 – 10 PM M, W $240

Finance Financial Planning

Baby Food Made at Home

Learn how to make homemade baby food. Make sure your little ones are eating the very best. Its quick easy and much more nutritional than store bought. All of that and it will still cost you less money than brand names. Take home instructions, recipes and ideas. COOK12A Feb. 27, 2013 6 – 8:30 PM W $20

Home Remedies

Learn how to make your own laundry detergent, hand cleaners, and other beauty products. Keep your family and the environment safe. COOK12B Mar. 6, 2013 6 – 8:30 PM W $20

Meals On a Budget

Learn how to make nutritional and delicious food cheap. I will show you how to please your family without blowing your budget. COOK12C Mar. 13, 2013 6 – 8:30 PM W $20

Utilizing Your Leftovers

Sick of that chicken in your fridge? You hate to throw it away but you are sick of eating it. In this class you will learn how to transform your leftovers into gourmet meals. Take home packets of recipes provided. COOK12D Mar. 20, 2013 6 – 8:30 PM W $20

Landscape/ Floral

This course is designed to assist you in achieving your financial goals. Types of investments covered include: certificates of deposit, mutual funds, annuities, tax–free investments, and more. No book necessary for this course. FP12B 14 HOURS Feb. 4, 2013 – Feb. 27, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM M, W $99

Flower Arranging

Retirement Planning

Landscape Design and Maintenance

Learn the best financial steps toward retirement. Includes: SEP, profit sharing, 401K, TSA and IRAs, investments, social security and rollovers. No book necessary for this course. RP12B 12 HOURS Mar. 5, 2013 – Apr. 16, 2013 7 – 9 PM T $90

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Cooking

Practice the principles of design and color with the use of accessories, figurines and driftwood. Work with fresh and dried flowers to make special seasonal arrangements. Supplies are extra. FLAR12B 30 HOURS Jan. 31, 2013 – Apr. 25, 2013 6:30 – 9:30 PM TH $180 Learn the principles of landscape design, including site selection, appropriate plant choices, planting techniques and maintenance including pruning and fertilizing. 24 HOURS Feb. 5, 2013 – Mar. 26, 2013 6:30 – 9:30 PM T $135

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Agricultural support courses

SPECIAL INTEREST

SUCCESSION PLANNING

Cake Decorating

Succession Planning I

Prepare your business for the transition of Management. Seminar includes information on the following questions you likely have: Do you have a plan for moving your business forward to the next generation? How will you go about including the next generation into management and decision making positions? What internal and external factors to the business need to be considered as transitions are planned? What retirement plan is in place for each generation? How do I make sure this farm remains a farm, but keep the family a family, too? AG12A 3 HOURS Feb. 13, 2013 6 – 9 PM W $40

Succession Planning II

Learn about the legal side of transitioning your business. Estate planning is discussed in this seminar. Even though the tax liability is less, estate planning is still very important. There are many tools available, and choosing the one that works for you and your family is very important for a successful business transfer to the next generation. AG12B 3 HOURS Feb. 20, 2013 6 – 9 PM W $40

Liabilities seminar Liabilities I

What are the external forces that can affect your business? How can you protect yourself against political and social threats? What type of liability insurance and how much do you really need to protect your business? These topics and more will be addressed in this seminar. AG12C 3 HOURS Jan. 30, 2013 6 – 9 PM W $40

Liabilities II

This seminar focuses on recent law changes that can affect your business. Keeping up to date on changes to laws is essential to protecting your business. AG12D 3 HOURS Feb. 6, 2013 6 – 9 PM W $40

Smartphones for the Agriculture Community: Is there an app for that?

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Have a smartphone or trying to decide if one would benefit you? Attend a one night session to learn what applications are out there for smartphone’s that can enhance your productivity. Learn how to watch the market from the field or make decisions from the cab! Learn about the apps that are available both from Universities as well as Private industry. And, yes there are apps for farming, everything from marking grain, to determining the rate of N for corn, to soil types and more! AG12E 3 HOURS Feb. 27, 2013 6 – 9 PM W $40

Use decorating tools to prepare icings and frostings, piping borders, making flowers and writing. Learn color selection. Ingredients provided by the student, no book necessary for this course. Limited to 12 students. CD12B 18 HOURS Jan. 28, 2013 – Mar. 11, 2013 6 – 9 PM M $95

Advanced Cake Decorating

Learn techniques and develop skill in: stacked and tiered cakes, buttercream icing & rolled fondant, buttercream, royal icing, and fondant flowers and draping. Supplies provided by student, no book necessary for this course. Prerequisite: Cake Decorating. Class limited to 12 students. CD212B 18 HOURS Mar. 18, 2013 – Apr. 29, 2013 6 – 9 PM M $95

Sign Language

Students will learn how to begin a conversation and increase their signed vocabulary. This class is beneficial if you have a friend, relative or business associate who is hearing impaired. Students will learn the symbols of ASL. SL12B 15 HOURS Feb. 26, 2013 – Mar. 26, 2013 6:30 – 9:30 PM T $90

Conversational Spanish

This course is designed to introduce or reintroduce you to Spanish. If you’ve never taken Spanish before or took it long ago, this class is for you. Come prepared to participate. You will have opportunities to speak, hear, read and write Spanish. Your instructor has a Master’s in Spanish as well as a degree in Education and understands the frustrations of learning Spanish as a second language. Bring your sense of humor and give it a try! SP12B 20 HOURS Feb. 12, 2013 – Mar. 19, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM T, TH $140

Spanish II

This 20–hour course is designed as a continuation of the beginning course, “Conversational Spanish I”. Join us as we add to our basic vocabulary and practice listening and speaking skills. SPII12A 20 HOURS Apr. 9, 2013 – May 9, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM T, TH $140

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Agricultural support courses

SPECIAL INTEREST

SUCCESSION PLANNING

Cake Decorating

Succession Planning I

Prepare your business for the transition of Management. Seminar includes information on the following questions you likely have: Do you have a plan for moving your business forward to the next generation? How will you go about including the next generation into management and decision making positions? What internal and external factors to the business need to be considered as transitions are planned? What retirement plan is in place for each generation? How do I make sure this farm remains a farm, but keep the family a family, too? AG12A 3 HOURS Feb. 13, 2013 6 – 9 PM W $40

Succession Planning II

Learn about the legal side of transitioning your business. Estate planning is discussed in this seminar. Even though the tax liability is less, estate planning is still very important. There are many tools available, and choosing the one that works for you and your family is very important for a successful business transfer to the next generation. AG12B 3 HOURS Feb. 20, 2013 6 – 9 PM W $40

Liabilities seminar Liabilities I

What are the external forces that can affect your business? How can you protect yourself against political and social threats? What type of liability insurance and how much do you really need to protect your business? These topics and more will be addressed in this seminar. AG12C 3 HOURS Jan. 30, 2013 6 – 9 PM W $40

Liabilities II

This seminar focuses on recent law changes that can affect your business. Keeping up to date on changes to laws is essential to protecting your business. AG12D 3 HOURS Feb. 6, 2013 6 – 9 PM W $40

Smartphones for the Agriculture Community: Is there an app for that?

14

Have a smartphone or trying to decide if one would benefit you? Attend a one night session to learn what applications are out there for smartphone’s that can enhance your productivity. Learn how to watch the market from the field or make decisions from the cab! Learn about the apps that are available both from Universities as well as Private industry. And, yes there are apps for farming, everything from marking grain, to determining the rate of N for corn, to soil types and more! AG12E 3 HOURS Feb. 27, 2013 6 – 9 PM W $40

Use decorating tools to prepare icings and frostings, piping borders, making flowers and writing. Learn color selection. Ingredients provided by the student, no book necessary for this course. Limited to 12 students. CD12B 18 HOURS Jan. 28, 2013 – Mar. 11, 2013 6 – 9 PM M $95

Advanced Cake Decorating

Learn techniques and develop skill in: stacked and tiered cakes, buttercream icing & rolled fondant, buttercream, royal icing, and fondant flowers and draping. Supplies provided by student, no book necessary for this course. Prerequisite: Cake Decorating. Class limited to 12 students. CD212B 18 HOURS Mar. 18, 2013 – Apr. 29, 2013 6 – 9 PM M $95

Sign Language

Students will learn how to begin a conversation and increase their signed vocabulary. This class is beneficial if you have a friend, relative or business associate who is hearing impaired. Students will learn the symbols of ASL. SL12B 15 HOURS Feb. 26, 2013 – Mar. 26, 2013 6:30 – 9:30 PM T $90

Conversational Spanish

This course is designed to introduce or reintroduce you to Spanish. If you’ve never taken Spanish before or took it long ago, this class is for you. Come prepared to participate. You will have opportunities to speak, hear, read and write Spanish. Your instructor has a Master’s in Spanish as well as a degree in Education and understands the frustrations of learning Spanish as a second language. Bring your sense of humor and give it a try! SP12B 20 HOURS Feb. 12, 2013 – Mar. 19, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM T, TH $140

Spanish II

This 20–hour course is designed as a continuation of the beginning course, “Conversational Spanish I”. Join us as we add to our basic vocabulary and practice listening and speaking skills. SPII12A 20 HOURS Apr. 9, 2013 – May 9, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 PM T, TH $140

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Writing Your Story

In this creative writing workshop, students will engage in a variety of writing styles, including fiction, poetry and memoir. The class will include a general discussion of ways to become an amazing writer, writing exercises designed to generate new material and a seminar on publishing and the literary world. CWR12B 40 HOURS Jan. 28, 2013 – Apr. 15, 2013 6 –10 PM M $340

Grant Proposal Writing

If you want to learn the essentials of writing or acquiring grants for private, public, or government use, this program is perfect for you. You’ll discover how to develop successful grants by focusing on the skills needed to prepare professional, competitive compelling grant proposals. An experienced grant writer will show you how to create proposals that get funded. Books included in tuition. GPW12 30 HOURS Feb. 5, 2013 – Mar. 12, 2013 6 – 9 PM T, TH $380

Military History Seminars These seminars on military history come alive each night as a different time period in history is studied. Your instructor will be in period attire complete with uniform, equipment, weaponry, food, as well as enemy items from the time period being portrayed. Instructor bio: Dan Reed is an historian, published author/director, historical tour guide, re–enactor, teacher, and military history buff. He has over 20 years of historical study and collecting. HIST12 Seminars include:

Civil War/Indian War Cavalry Sec. A Feb. 26, 2013 6 – 9 PM

Online Graduate Courses Teachers working on license renewal can earn one or two graduate credit hours from Ashland University. To earn the graduate credit, students must complete all course requirements which include online quizzes, and online final, and a final project and paper. Course requirements are sent upon request. You can access an online syllabus from our website at www.lcjvs.com/adult. One Credit Hour Class: Tuition is $245. Two Credit Hour Class: Tuition is $375. For more information contact Laura Dowdell at 440–774–1051 ext. 2252 or email ldowdell@lcjvs. net, or visit our website at www.lcjvs.com/adult.

Online Courses Earn valuable certifications or simply improve your personal development through our online classes. We offer over 300 online courses that you can take 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Find the course that is right for you by logging on to our website at www.lcjvs.com/adult/online–courses. Courses are offered through Gatlin Education Services and Education to Go. Requirements: All courses require Internet access, email, Netscape Navigator or MS Internet Explorer. Some courses may have additional requirements. Please review the online course syllabus for details. Most courses are six weeks long and include multiple quizzes, assignments, exams, demonstrations and exercises, giving you the kinds of hands–on practical experience you’ll need. For more information contact Laura Dowdell at 440–774–1051 ext. 2252 or email ldowdell@lcjvs. net, or visit our website at www.lcjvs.com/adult.

$20

GED/ABLE

World War 1 U.S. Marine Sec. B Mar. 5, 2013 6 – 9 PM

$20

World War 2 D–Day Soldier Sec. C Mar. 12, 2013 6 – 9 PM

$20

Vietnam, 1965 Early War “We Were Soldiers. . . ” Sec. D Mar. 19, 2013 6 – 9 PM

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$20

We offer combined GED and Adult Basic & Literacy Education (ABLE) classes, FREE of cost, designed to help you reach your education goals. ABLE/GED students receive instruction to improve reading, writing, and math skills for: • Official GED test preparation • COMPASS test preparation • Work Keys test preparation • Basic skills improvement for job training or job advancement Morning and evening classes are available. Orientation is required of new students and is held throughout the year. To register for an orientation, please call 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2241. 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM M, T, W, TH 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM M, T, W, TH

FREE CLASS FREE CLASS

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Writing Your Story

In this creative writing workshop, students will engage in a variety of writing styles, including fiction, poetry and memoir. The class will include a general discussion of ways to become an amazing writer, writing exercises designed to generate new material and a seminar on publishing and the literary world. CWR12B 40 HOURS Jan. 28, 2013 – Apr. 15, 2013 6 –10 PM M $340

Grant Proposal Writing

If you want to learn the essentials of writing or acquiring grants for private, public, or government use, this program is perfect for you. You’ll discover how to develop successful grants by focusing on the skills needed to prepare professional, competitive compelling grant proposals. An experienced grant writer will show you how to create proposals that get funded. Books included in tuition. GPW12 30 HOURS Feb. 5, 2013 – Mar. 12, 2013 6 – 9 PM T, TH $380

Military History Seminars These seminars on military history come alive each night as a different time period in history is studied. Your instructor will be in period attire complete with uniform, equipment, weaponry, food, as well as enemy items from the time period being portrayed. Instructor bio: Dan Reed is an historian, published author/director, historical tour guide, re–enactor, teacher, and military history buff. He has over 20 years of historical study and collecting. HIST12 Seminars include:

Civil War/Indian War Cavalry Sec. A Feb. 26, 2013 6 – 9 PM

Online Graduate Courses Teachers working on license renewal can earn one or two graduate credit hours from Ashland University. To earn the graduate credit, students must complete all course requirements which include online quizzes, and online final, and a final project and paper. Course requirements are sent upon request. You can access an online syllabus from our website at www.lcjvs.com/adult. One Credit Hour Class: Tuition is $245. Two Credit Hour Class: Tuition is $375. For more information contact Laura Dowdell at 440–774–1051 ext. 2252 or email ldowdell@lcjvs. net, or visit our website at www.lcjvs.com/adult.

Online Courses Earn valuable certifications or simply improve your personal development through our online classes. We offer over 300 online courses that you can take 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Find the course that is right for you by logging on to our website at www.lcjvs.com/adult/online–courses. Courses are offered through Gatlin Education Services and Education to Go. Requirements: All courses require Internet access, email, Netscape Navigator or MS Internet Explorer. Some courses may have additional requirements. Please review the online course syllabus for details. Most courses are six weeks long and include multiple quizzes, assignments, exams, demonstrations and exercises, giving you the kinds of hands–on practical experience you’ll need. For more information contact Laura Dowdell at 440–774–1051 ext. 2252 or email ldowdell@lcjvs. net, or visit our website at www.lcjvs.com/adult.

$20

GED/ABLE

World War 1 U.S. Marine Sec. B Mar. 5, 2013 6 – 9 PM

$20

World War 2 D–Day Soldier Sec. C Mar. 12, 2013 6 – 9 PM

$20

Vietnam, 1965 Early War “We Were Soldiers. . . ” Sec. D Mar. 19, 2013 6 – 9 PM

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$20

We offer combined GED and Adult Basic & Literacy Education (ABLE) classes, FREE of cost, designed to help you reach your education goals. ABLE/GED students receive instruction to improve reading, writing, and math skills for: • Official GED test preparation • COMPASS test preparation • Work Keys test preparation • Basic skills improvement for job training or job advancement Morning and evening classes are available. Orientation is required of new students and is held throughout the year. To register for an orientation, please call 440. 774. 1051 ext. 2241. 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM M, T, W, TH 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM M, T, W, TH

FREE CLASS FREE CLASS

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APPRENTICESHIP INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION – FINAnCIAL

Apprentice Training in Industrial Maintenance, Millwright, Machine Repair, Automatic Screw Machine, Tool & Die, Machinist or Sheet Metal Fabrication is a combination of on–the–job experiences designed to provide the apprentice with the skill and knowledge necessary to function as a journeyman. In order for courses to apply toward a journeyman’s card, the student must be registered with the Bureau of Apprenticeship Training approved program sponsored by their employer. Listed below are apprentice classes for the Spring semester. 32 hours. Tuition is $250 per class. Books extra.

Financial Aid may be available to help pay tuition and other education expenses. Each funding source has different eligibility requirements. Call today for an appointment: 440–774–1051, ext. 2322

Pell Grants

Many of our students have tuition and books paid for through some type of financial aid. Programs of 600 hours or more are Pell Grant eligible. What is a Pell Grant? It is a federal grant that provides money to individuals to assist with expenses. It does NOT have to be repaid. Who is eligible? Grants are based on income, family size, etc. , and have various guidelines. Students enrolled in less than 900–hour programs have prorated grants. How do I apply for the Pell Grant? Complete a free application at www.fafsa.ed.gov OR we will be glad to assist you in completing it. You will need your Federal Income Tax Return or income information from 2011. Call for an appointment.

Course Description

Class Codes

Dates

Time

Day

Computer Aided Drafting I (CAD I) – 60 Hours*

CADII12A

Jan. 15 – Mar. 5

6 pm to 10 pm

T & TH

Industrial Electricity – 60 Hours* INEL12B

Jan. 22 – Mar. 14

6 pm to 10 pm

T & TH

Lubrication

ALUB12

Jan. 22 – Mar. 12

6 pm to 10 pm

T

Cutting Dies I

ACDI12

Jan. 23 – Mar. 13

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Basic Electricity for Non Electrical AEL12 Trades

Jan. 23 – Mar. 13

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Hydraulic Fundamentals

AHF12

Jan. 23 – Mar. 13

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Geometry

AGM12

Jan. 28 – Mar. 25

6 pm to 10 pm

M

Metallurgy Ferrous

AMFR12

Jan. 28 – Mar. 25

6 pm to 10 pm

M

Introduction to Maintenance

AIM12

Jan. 28 – Mar. 25

6 pm to 10 pm

M

Principles of Mig Welding

AMWL12

Jan. 28 – Mar. 25

6 pm to 10 pm

M

Introduction to CNC – 40 Hours* CNC12B

Feb. 19 – Mar. 26

6 pm to 10 pm

T & TH

Commercial Electricity – 60 Hours*

CMEL12B

Mar. 18 – May 13

6 pm to 10 pm

M&W

Direct Loans are low–interest loans for students and parents to help pay for the cost of a student’s education after high school. The lender is the U. S. Department of Education. With Direct Loans, you borrow directly from the federal government and have a single contact–your loan servicer– for everything related to repayment, even if you receive Direct Loans at different schools.

Trigonometry

ATRIG12

Apr. 8 – June 3

6 pm to 10 pm

M

Employment netWork Funding

Electronic Trouble Shooting and Repair

AETS12

Apr. 8 – June 3

6 pm to 10 pm

M

Introduction to PLC’s – 60 Hours* PLC12B

Apr. 9 – May 28

6 pm to 10 pm

T & TH

Metallurgy Non Ferrous

AMNF12

Apr. 9 – May 28

6 pm to 10 pm

T

Tool and Gage

ATGD12

Apr. 9 – May 28

6 pm to 10 pm

T

Machine Shop Lab

AMSL12

Apr. 10 – May 29

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Cutting Dies II

ACDII12

Apr. 10 – May 29

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Measurement Fundamentals

AMF12

Apr. 10 – May 29

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Advanced Hydraulics – Pneumatics AAHYPN12

Apr. 10 – May 29

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Introduction to SPC

AISPC12

Apr. 10 – May 29

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Compound Angles

ACA12

Apr. 11 – May 30

6 pm to 10 pm

Th

Apr. 16 – May 16

6 pm to 10 pm

T & TH

CNC Programming – 40 Hours* CNCP12B

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Financial Aid

*These classes have additional hours of instruction with increased tuition. Please consult catalog for rate and course description.

William D. Ford Federal Direct Stafford Loans

As a partner of the Employment netWork, the Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center provides on–site access to services for jobseekers, workers and employers in the community. The Employment netWork offers some funding assistance to those who qualify.

Payment Plans

Students may conveniently make payment plan arrangements by speaking to an Adult Career Center secretary. A valid Visa, MasterCard, or Discover credit card must be presented. Debit cards are not accepted. Note: The cardholder must be present to sign the payment plan. Tools and other related expenses cannot be covered on the payment plan. The first payment of any payment plan is due prior to the first class meeting. Subsequent payments are assigned.

By signing the payment plan agreement, students are obligated to make payments as scheduled. If a payment is missed, it will be applied to the credit card on file. Students may be administratively withdrawn for past due payments. A certificate of completion will not be given to any student who has a payment plan balance. Students with payment plans who withdraw are subject to the terms and conditions of the LCJVS Withdrawal/ Refund Policy. Payment in full is expected for any withdrawals after the refund period. Program Hours: 119 – 170 hours. After $100 deposit is paid, the balance will be divided into two installments. Program Hours: 171–299 hours. After $100 deposit is paid, the balance will be divided into three installments Program Hours: 300–599 hours. After $100 deposit is paid, the balance will be divided into four installments. Program Hours: 600+ hours. After $100 deposit is paid, the balance is divided into seven installments.

Gainful Employment Disclosure Requirements The Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center is proud to publish gainful employment information in recognized occupations to consumers. As per the regulations by the U. S. Department of Education in accordance with student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, this information is easily accessible on our website at www.lcjvs.com/adult/financial–aid and on each eligible program’s webpage. Consumers will find the following information about each of our Title IV funded programs: The name and U. S. Department of Labor’s Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code of the occupations that the program prepares students to enter, along with links to occupational profiles on the U. S. Department of Labor’s O*NET Web site; the on–time graduation rate for students completing the program; the tuition and fees the institution charges a student for completing the program within normal time; the typical costs for books and supplies; the job placement rate for students completing the program; the median loan debt incurred by students who completed the program.

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APPRENTICESHIP INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION – FINAnCIAL

Apprentice Training in Industrial Maintenance, Millwright, Machine Repair, Automatic Screw Machine, Tool & Die, Machinist or Sheet Metal Fabrication is a combination of on–the–job experiences designed to provide the apprentice with the skill and knowledge necessary to function as a journeyman. In order for courses to apply toward a journeyman’s card, the student must be registered with the Bureau of Apprenticeship Training approved program sponsored by their employer. Listed below are apprentice classes for the Spring semester. 32 hours. Tuition is $250 per class. Books extra.

Financial Aid may be available to help pay tuition and other education expenses. Each funding source has different eligibility requirements. Call today for an appointment: 440–774–1051, ext. 2322

Pell Grants

Many of our students have tuition and books paid for through some type of financial aid. Programs of 600 hours or more are Pell Grant eligible. What is a Pell Grant? It is a federal grant that provides money to individuals to assist with expenses. It does NOT have to be repaid. Who is eligible? Grants are based on income, family size, etc. , and have various guidelines. Students enrolled in less than 900–hour programs have prorated grants. How do I apply for the Pell Grant? Complete a free application at www.fafsa.ed.gov OR we will be glad to assist you in completing it. You will need your Federal Income Tax Return or income information from 2011. Call for an appointment.

Course Description

Class Codes

Dates

Time

Day

Computer Aided Drafting I (CAD I) – 60 Hours*

CADII12A

Jan. 15 – Mar. 5

6 pm to 10 pm

T & TH

Industrial Electricity – 60 Hours* INEL12B

Jan. 22 – Mar. 14

6 pm to 10 pm

T & TH

Lubrication

ALUB12

Jan. 22 – Mar. 12

6 pm to 10 pm

T

Cutting Dies I

ACDI12

Jan. 23 – Mar. 13

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Basic Electricity for Non Electrical AEL12 Trades

Jan. 23 – Mar. 13

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Hydraulic Fundamentals

AHF12

Jan. 23 – Mar. 13

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Geometry

AGM12

Jan. 28 – Mar. 25

6 pm to 10 pm

M

Metallurgy Ferrous

AMFR12

Jan. 28 – Mar. 25

6 pm to 10 pm

M

Introduction to Maintenance

AIM12

Jan. 28 – Mar. 25

6 pm to 10 pm

M

Principles of Mig Welding

AMWL12

Jan. 28 – Mar. 25

6 pm to 10 pm

M

Introduction to CNC – 40 Hours* CNC12B

Feb. 19 – Mar. 26

6 pm to 10 pm

T & TH

Commercial Electricity – 60 Hours*

CMEL12B

Mar. 18 – May 13

6 pm to 10 pm

M&W

Direct Loans are low–interest loans for students and parents to help pay for the cost of a student’s education after high school. The lender is the U. S. Department of Education. With Direct Loans, you borrow directly from the federal government and have a single contact–your loan servicer– for everything related to repayment, even if you receive Direct Loans at different schools.

Trigonometry

ATRIG12

Apr. 8 – June 3

6 pm to 10 pm

M

Employment netWork Funding

Electronic Trouble Shooting and Repair

AETS12

Apr. 8 – June 3

6 pm to 10 pm

M

Introduction to PLC’s – 60 Hours* PLC12B

Apr. 9 – May 28

6 pm to 10 pm

T & TH

Metallurgy Non Ferrous

AMNF12

Apr. 9 – May 28

6 pm to 10 pm

T

Tool and Gage

ATGD12

Apr. 9 – May 28

6 pm to 10 pm

T

Machine Shop Lab

AMSL12

Apr. 10 – May 29

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Cutting Dies II

ACDII12

Apr. 10 – May 29

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Measurement Fundamentals

AMF12

Apr. 10 – May 29

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Advanced Hydraulics – Pneumatics AAHYPN12

Apr. 10 – May 29

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Introduction to SPC

AISPC12

Apr. 10 – May 29

6 pm to 10 pm

W

Compound Angles

ACA12

Apr. 11 – May 30

6 pm to 10 pm

Th

Apr. 16 – May 16

6 pm to 10 pm

T & TH

CNC Programming – 40 Hours* CNCP12B

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Financial Aid

*These classes have additional hours of instruction with increased tuition. Please consult catalog for rate and course description.

William D. Ford Federal Direct Stafford Loans

As a partner of the Employment netWork, the Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center provides on–site access to services for jobseekers, workers and employers in the community. The Employment netWork offers some funding assistance to those who qualify.

Payment Plans

Students may conveniently make payment plan arrangements by speaking to an Adult Career Center secretary. A valid Visa, MasterCard, or Discover credit card must be presented. Debit cards are not accepted. Note: The cardholder must be present to sign the payment plan. Tools and other related expenses cannot be covered on the payment plan. The first payment of any payment plan is due prior to the first class meeting. Subsequent payments are assigned.

By signing the payment plan agreement, students are obligated to make payments as scheduled. If a payment is missed, it will be applied to the credit card on file. Students may be administratively withdrawn for past due payments. A certificate of completion will not be given to any student who has a payment plan balance. Students with payment plans who withdraw are subject to the terms and conditions of the LCJVS Withdrawal/ Refund Policy. Payment in full is expected for any withdrawals after the refund period. Program Hours: 119 – 170 hours. After $100 deposit is paid, the balance will be divided into two installments. Program Hours: 171–299 hours. After $100 deposit is paid, the balance will be divided into three installments Program Hours: 300–599 hours. After $100 deposit is paid, the balance will be divided into four installments. Program Hours: 600+ hours. After $100 deposit is paid, the balance is divided into seven installments.

Gainful Employment Disclosure Requirements The Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center is proud to publish gainful employment information in recognized occupations to consumers. As per the regulations by the U. S. Department of Education in accordance with student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, this information is easily accessible on our website at www.lcjvs.com/adult/financial–aid and on each eligible program’s webpage. Consumers will find the following information about each of our Title IV funded programs: The name and U. S. Department of Labor’s Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code of the occupations that the program prepares students to enter, along with links to occupational profiles on the U. S. Department of Labor’s O*NET Web site; the on–time graduation rate for students completing the program; the tuition and fees the institution charges a student for completing the program within normal time; the typical costs for books and supplies; the job placement rate for students completing the program; the median loan debt incurred by students who completed the program.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

If the high school sessions are not held at the Lorain County JVS due to weather conditions, the Adult Career Center classes will also be cancelled.

The Career Services Office serves as a liaison between students and the employment community. An ongoing database of available employment opportunities is maintained and made available to job seekers. Job seekers are directed to potential employment opportunities based on their skills, training and experience.

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School Closings

Employment Opportunities

DWAY BROA

The Adult Career Center will cancel courses that do not attain the required minimum enrollment. The Center reserves the right to cancel, postpone or combine courses before or at the first class meeting. Attempts are made to contact all students whose courses have been cancelled. In the event a class is cancelled, a full refund will be given. Arrangements may be made to transfer to another course by contacting the Adult Career Center Office.

Some career development programs are Pell Grant or ITA (Individual Training Accounts through the Employment Network) eligible and require a high school diploma or GED. Some safety–sensitive education programs may require drug testing and/or background checks prior to admission. Career Development Programs include placement assistance and employability skills training.

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Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center is accredited by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement. All teachers are qualified practitioners in their area of instruction and are certified by the Ohio Department of Education.

The Privacy Act of 1974 does not permit the Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center to share information regarding a student’s grades, attendance or other issues except with prior written permission.

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Accreditation

Privacy Notification

OBERLIN NORTH RD.

Textbooks are included in course fees unless otherwise stated. Students must provide their own hand tools when necessary.

If a student finds it necessary to withdraw from a course, the student must contact the Adult Career Center. Students who wish to withdraw who receive Title IV funding (Pell Grants and/or Federal Direct Stafford Loans) must meet with the Student Services Department of the Adult Career Center. Refunds are given to students who withdraw prior to the first day of class with the exception of the following fees that will be withheld: 100 hours and above: $100 administrative fee will be held 99–21 hours: $25 administrative fee will be held 20 hours and below: $10 administrative fee will be held following the start of class, refunds will follow the protocol below, based on tuition paid in full: 100 hours and above: A 90% REFUND IS GIVEN DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASS, AFTER THE $100 ADMINISTRATIVE FEE IS RETAINED. REFUNDS ARE CALCULATED BASED ON FULL TUITION FEES. After the first week of class, no refunds are given. If a balance remains, the student is required to pay. 99–21 hour classes: A 90% REFUND IS GIVEN DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASS, AFTER THE $25 ADMINISTRATIVE FEE IS RETAINED. REFUNDS ARE CALCULATED BASED ON FULL TUITION FEES. After the first week of class, no refunds are given. If a balance remains, the student is required to pay. HURON Under 20 hours: A 50% REFUND IS GIVEN AFTER THE FIRST NIGHT OF CLASS, AFTER THE $10 ADMINISTRATIVE FEE IS RETAINED. REFUNDS ARE CALCULATED BASED ON FULL TUITION FEES. After the first NIGHT of class, no refunds are given. If a balance remains, the student is required to pay.

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Textbooks

Withdrawals and Refunds

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A certificate of completion will be awarded to each student who has attended 90% of scheduled classes hours and has satisfactorily completed the required work for the course.

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Certificates of Completion

GENERAL INFORMATION

Oberlin College

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Please allow four weeks for refunds to be processed.

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OOPS! We have proofread this publication before going to press, but errors still sneak into print. We regret if this contains any such errors; therefore, the contents should not be regarded as a contract with the Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center.

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The Lorain County JVS Board of Education and its staff are dedicated to providing equal educational opportunities and equal employment opportunities without regard to gender, race, color, creed, national origin, religion, age or handicap.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

If the high school sessions are not held at the Lorain County JVS due to weather conditions, the Adult Career Center classes will also be cancelled.

The Career Services Office serves as a liaison between students and the employment community. An ongoing database of available employment opportunities is maintained and made available to job seekers. Job seekers are directed to potential employment opportunities based on their skills, training and experience.

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School Closings

Employment Opportunities

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The Adult Career Center will cancel courses that do not attain the required minimum enrollment. The Center reserves the right to cancel, postpone or combine courses before or at the first class meeting. Attempts are made to contact all students whose courses have been cancelled. In the event a class is cancelled, a full refund will be given. Arrangements may be made to transfer to another course by contacting the Adult Career Center Office.

Some career development programs are Pell Grant or ITA (Individual Training Accounts through the Employment Network) eligible and require a high school diploma or GED. Some safety–sensitive education programs may require drug testing and/or background checks prior to admission. Career Development Programs include placement assistance and employability skills training.

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Cancelled Classes

Career Development Programs

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Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center is accredited by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement. All teachers are qualified practitioners in their area of instruction and are certified by the Ohio Department of Education.

The Privacy Act of 1974 does not permit the Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center to share information regarding a student’s grades, attendance or other issues except with prior written permission.

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Accreditation

Privacy Notification

OBERLIN NORTH RD.

Textbooks are included in course fees unless otherwise stated. Students must provide their own hand tools when necessary.

If a student finds it necessary to withdraw from a course, the student must contact the Adult Career Center. Students who wish to withdraw who receive Title IV funding (Pell Grants and/or Federal Direct Stafford Loans) must meet with the Student Services Department of the Adult Career Center. Refunds are given to students who withdraw prior to the first day of class with the exception of the following fees that will be withheld: 100 hours and above: $100 administrative fee will be held 99–21 hours: $25 administrative fee will be held 20 hours and below: $10 administrative fee will be held following the start of class, refunds will follow the protocol below, based on tuition paid in full: 100 hours and above: A 90% REFUND IS GIVEN DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASS, AFTER THE $100 ADMINISTRATIVE FEE IS RETAINED. REFUNDS ARE CALCULATED BASED ON FULL TUITION FEES. After the first week of class, no refunds are given. If a balance remains, the student is required to pay. 99–21 hour classes: A 90% REFUND IS GIVEN DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASS, AFTER THE $25 ADMINISTRATIVE FEE IS RETAINED. REFUNDS ARE CALCULATED BASED ON FULL TUITION FEES. After the first week of class, no refunds are given. If a balance remains, the student is required to pay. HURON Under 20 hours: A 50% REFUND IS GIVEN AFTER THE FIRST NIGHT OF CLASS, AFTER THE $10 ADMINISTRATIVE FEE IS RETAINED. REFUNDS ARE CALCULATED BASED ON FULL TUITION FEES. After the first NIGHT of class, no refunds are given. If a balance remains, the student is required to pay.

E

Textbooks

Withdrawals and Refunds

KO LB

A certificate of completion will be awarded to each student who has attended 90% of scheduled classes hours and has satisfactorily completed the required work for the course.

BAUMHART RD.

Certificates of Completion

GENERAL INFORMATION

Oberlin College

83

GRAFTON

OBERLIN

61

Please allow four weeks for refunds to be processed.

Lorain County JVS ★Adult Career Center

20

57 301 57 83

303

N RD.

LaGRANGE ASHLAND-KIPTO

OOPS! We have proofread this publication before going to press, but errors still sneak into print. We regret if this contains any such errors; therefore, the contents should not be regarded as a contract with the Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center.

WAKEMAN-LaGRANGE-RICHFIELD RD.

WELLINGTON MEDINA-NORWALK RD.

18

511

ROCHESTER 162

NEW LONDON-LAFAYETTE RD.

20

The Lorain County JVS Board of Education and its staff are dedicated to providing equal educational opportunities and equal employment opportunities without regard to gender, race, color, creed, national origin, religion, age or handicap.

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Make checks payable and mail to: Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center 15181 S. R. 58 South • Oberlin, OH 44074 Elyria/Oberlin 440.774.1051 Extension 2254 • Lorain 440.986.6601 Extension 2254 www.lcjvs.com/adult

Registration Form

Course Title & Number____________________________________________________________________________

Name__________________________________________________________________________________________

Address_________________________________________________________________________________________

City___________________________________________ State _____________________ Zip____________________

Home Telephone ________________________________________________________________________________

Employer’s Name_________________________________________________________________________________

Business Address ________________________________________________________________________________

Card Number________________________________________ Exp. Date________________________________

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3-digit CVV# on signature line of card ___________________ Amount Enclosed/Charge_____________________ F022

REGISTRATION Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:00 am-10:00 pm | Friday 8:00 am-2:30 pm

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ATTENTION EMPLOYERS: When paying employee tuition, a memo on your letterhead must accompany the registration form.

FAX: 440.776.2070 using MasterCard, Visa or Discover. When your registration is received, you will receive a confirmation.

PHONE: Oberlin/Elyria 440.774.1051, Ext. 2254 or Lorain 440.986.6601, Ext. 2254 using MasterCard, Visa or Discover.

ELECTRONICALLY: www.lcjvs.com/adult using MasterCard, Visa or Discover.

MAIL: Make checks payable and mail to: Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center, 15181 S. R. 58 South, Oberlin, OH 44074.

IN PERSON: At the Adult Career Center office.

The Lorain Lorain County County JVS JVS Board Board of of Education Education and and its its staff staff are are dedicated dedicated to to providing providing equal equal educational educational opportunities opportunities and and equal equal The employment opportunities without regard to gender, race, color, creed, national origin, religion, age or handicap. D0722 employment opportunities without regard to gender, race, color, creed, national origin, religion, age or handicap. D0722

REGISTRATION is required for all courses. Admission is open to anyone 16 years of age or older. To confirm your registration, a minimum of $100 is required for programs not requiring a counseling appointment. This will be applied to your tuition. The balance is to be paid BEFORE the first class meeting unless a payment plan is established. Anyone registering for career development programs must call for registration information. Registration for classes may be made as follows:

Registration will be taken through the class start date. To assure yourself a place in the class, register as soon as possible. Courses that do not attain minimum enrollment will be cancelled the week prior to start date.

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Winter/Spring Catalog 2013