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SHORT-TERM TRAINING FOR A LONG-TERM CAREER

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

WORKFORCE, COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIVISION

FALL 2017 PROGRAM BOOK

Information Technology – A Tri-C® Center of Excellence Manufacturing Technology – A Tri-C® Center of Excellence Public Safety – A Tri-C® Center of Excellence Health Care Transportation Center Corporate College® ABLE/Literacy Services


ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY What is the Advanced Technology Academy (ATA)? ATA prepares students for job opportunities in high-demand careers through classroom instruction and hands‑on, paid internships with local employers. Students are considered for full-time employment at the end of their internship. Most programs are 16 weeks or less, including job readiness skills training. Students who are eligible for the ATA program receive tuition, books, supplies and support services at no cost.

Earn while you learn with ATA:

SHORT-TERM TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES: • Precision Machining Technology • Industrial Welding • Private Security • CNC Machining • Auto Technology • Integrated Systems • EMT • Information Technology • Hospitality • Health Care

• Paid internships of up to 100 hours

Participant Requirements:

• Average wages of graduates are $12 - $18 per hour (dependent on program) • Programs offered at no cost • Support services and transportation provided • Stipends awarded throughout the semester

• Age 16 - 24 • High school diploma or GED preferred • Drug-free • Cuyahoga County resident

Advanced Technology Academy Cuyahoga Community College Advanced Technology Training Center 3409 Woodland Ave. Cleveland, OH 44115

For more information 216-987-6304

www.tri-c.edu/ATA


HOW TO REGISTER Visit www.tri-c.edu/workforce to download a printable form.

By Phone: 866-933-5175 Have credit card information available.

By Mail: Complete registration form. Mail with check, money order or purchase order to: Manufacturing Technology Center (formerly UTC) 2415 Woodland Ave. Cleveland, OH 44115

By Fax: 216-987-3210 To register and pay with credit card or purchase order. In Person: Effective Oct. 1, 2015, credit cards will not be accepted for in-person registration. You may still pay in person with checks or cash. Credit cards are accepted with other methods of registration. Stop by any Enrollment Center: • Metropolitan Campus/ Manufacturing Technology Center 2415 Woodland Ave. Cleveland, OH 44115

TABLE OF CONTENTS Fall 2017 August - December Courses/Programs Glossary of Terms/ Important Phone Numbers ...................... 2 Information Technology .......................... 3 Cisco Technical Training Institute ........ 17 Online Training ...................................... 23 Manufacturing Technology ................... 26 Public Safety ........................................ 51 Health Care ........................................... 64 Transportation Center ........................... 77 Corporate College ................................. 85 ABLE/Literacy Services ..................... 110 How to Register/ Textbook Information .......................... 113

• Eastern Campus 4250 Richmond Road Highland Hills, OH 44122 • Western Campus 11000 Pleasant Valley Road Parma, OH 44130 • Westshore Campus 31001 Clemens Road Westlake, OH 44145 • Brunswick University Center 3605 Center Road Brunswick, OH 44212 • Corporate College East 4400 Richmond Road Warrensville Heights, OH 44128 • Corporate College West 25425 Center Ridge Road Westlake, OH 44145

Register and Pay Online: To register and pay with a check or credit card, go to www.tri-c.edu/workforce. Select the program you’re interested in and click on Register and Pay. Fall 2017 • To register call 866-933-5175 • For complete course listing: www.tri-c.edu/workforce - 1 -


Glossary of Terms and Important Phone Numbers KEY TO DAYS OF THE WEEK

KEY TO LOCATIONS

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday Th Thursday F Friday Sa Saturday Su Sunday

MATTC Advanced Technology Training Center 3409 Woodland Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115

HOLIDAY CLOSINGS INDEPENDENCE DAY July 4 LABOR DAY Sept. 4 VETERANS DAY (OBSERVED) Nov. 10 THANKSGIVING Nov. 23-26 WINTER LEAVE Dec. 22-Jan. 1 Program 60 (course auditing) does not apply for courses held at Corporate College East or West, or selected courses at other sites.

MTC

Manufacturing Technology Center 2415 Woodland Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115

CCE

Corporate College East 4400 Richmond Road, Warrensville Heights, OH 44128

CCW

Corporate College West 25425 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, OH 44145

Metro

Metropolitan Campus 2900 Community College Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115

East

Eastern Campus 4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills, OH 44122

West

Western Campus 11000 Pleasant Valley Road, Parma, OH 44130

BUC

Brunswick University Center 3605 Center Road, Brunswick, OH 44212

WS

Westshore Campus 31001 Clemens Road, Westlake, OH 44145

Registration........................................................................ 866-933-5175 If you have specific questions regarding a course or program, please call the program area directly. Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering ................................... 216-987-3204 AutoCAD/Solidworks................................................................... 216-987-3040 Basic Police Academies ............................................................. 216-987-3199 Career Services.......................................................................... 216-987-4913 Cisco Technical Training Institute................................................. 216-987-3094 Corporate College ...................................................................... 216-987-0233 Event Planning ........................................................................... 216-987-2909 Firefighters and EMS................................................................... 216-987-5063 GED/Literacy.............................................................................. 216-987-3029 Health Care................................................................................. 216-987-2925 IT Training and Online Training..................................................... 216-987-4770 Job Preparation and Placement Services ..................................... 216-987-4391 Law Enforcement Advanced Training ........................................... 216-987-3199 Transportation Center................................................................. 216-987-3226 Discrimination against any individual based upon a person’s age, ancestry, color, disability, genetic information, military status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or veteran status is prohibited. Any employee, student or other person who wishes to report discrimination or harassment based on any of the aforementioned protected classes should contact the College’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion at Cuyahoga Community College, 2500 E. 22nd St., Cleveland, OH 44115 or 216‑987‑4772. The College’s Title IX (related to sex discrimination) and Section 504 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (related to disability discrimination) coordinator is also the director of Diversity & Inclusion. The coordinator can be reached at the above address and telephone number.

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY A Tri-C® Center of Excellence

The IT Center of Excellence at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) aims to increase the number of IT professionals trained for middle-skill careers in Northeast Ohio. Middle‑skill IT jobs pay an average of $53,000 per year – about 10 percent more than other jobs with similar educational requirements. The IT Center of Excellence provides streamlined pathways toward IT careers while being responsive to the needs of both industry and community partners. The IT Center of Excellence offers both shortterm and advanced certificates in areas such as IT project management and web application development as well as associate degrees in business solutions, programming and development, computer networking hardware, and networking software. The center also includes the Tri-C Cisco Training Academy/ASC, one of the most recognized academies in Ohio, offering a variety of Cisco certification training and short‑term certificates.

INSIDE: Cleveland Codes Tri-C Software Developers Academy........................................................ 4 Microsoft Administrative Professional (MAP) Academy........................................................ 8 PMI® Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) .................................. 10 Cisco Technical Training Institute .................. 17 Cisco Certified Network Support Technician (NST) .......................................... 21 Online Training ............................................. 23


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Complete in 16 Weeks

Cleveland Codes Tri-C Software Developers Academy Completion time:

16 weeks on campus Full time | 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. | M-F

Upon completion students get:

Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification in Software Development Fundamentals (Exam 98-361)

Job opportunities:

• Entry-level Software Developer • Junior Software Developer • Applications Developer • Quality Assurance (QA) Software Tester

Salary range students expected to earn:

$50,000–$74,000 annually

Salary source:

Burning Glass Labor Insights

Where our past program graduates are employed:

• American Greetings • Amtrust Financial • Hyland Software • Safeguard Properties Inc.

Program cost:

$8,500

Included in cost:

All materials including books, test vouchers for certification exams, and any test prep materials

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

Learn and apply essential software development skills • Core tenets of computer programming, including objectoriented programming • Algorithms and data structures; arrays, stacks, queues, linked lists and sorting algorithms • Web applications and client-side development with HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Microsoft ASP.NET • Characteristics and capabilities of console-based applications and Windows services • Relational databases, structured query language (SQL) and database connection methods Continued on next page

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Complete in 16 Weeks

Cleveland Codes is a full-time, 16-week IT Fast Track Program. This fully immersive approach to learning provides students with the skills necessary to pursue a career in web application and development, learning to program C# within the .NET framework. Students take the Microsoft Development Fundamentals Exam 98-361 in order to receive their Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification. Included in the 16 weeks of technical training is a 40-hour career development course, plus a capstone project that enables the student to build an application they can share with future employers. With successful completion of all program requirements, students will have the opportunity to connect with many resources to assist with internships and or job placement.

Other important information:

This program is highly competitive, and the application process has several steps. Cleveland Codes candidates must apply online, take an online skills assessment, complete a mini-project and participate in an interview in order to gain a spot in the program. Applications open three months in advance of the course start. To learn more and apply, visit www.tri-c.edu/clevelandcodes Upcoming full-time dates: June 2017–January 2018 Part-time evening and weekend program: September 2017 January 16–May 1, 2018

Contact information:

IT Center of Excellence 216-987-4770 ITFastTrack@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/clevelandcodes Updated: 5/10/2017

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Program description:


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BECOME A

CERTIFIED PROJECT MANAGER Project Management Institute (PMI®) Exam Prep Courses Project Management Institute (PMI®) credentials are recognized assets that will distinguish you in the job market and enhance your credibility and effectiveness working with project teams. LEARN HOW TO: • Recognize processes and project management terminology • Create repeatable processes that will improve project results • Recognize and plan for key components, requirements and obstacles in early project planning • Illustrate best practices in project management • Day, evening and intensive weeklong courses available COST STARTING AS LOW AS $1,395 For upcoming course dates and information:

tri-c.edu/projectmanagement 216-987-4770

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Launch a New IT Career with

CompTIA™ Certification Become a CompTIA Certified Computer Support Specialist through the new IT Gateway Program.

WHY CompTIA CERTIFICATION?

WHY TRI-C?

• Computer technicians are increasingly at the front line of cybersecurity

• Flexible scheduling options are available:

• Network infrastructure has become more reliant on the cloud

- Full time or part time - Day, night or weekend

• Provides foundational level skills and is vendor neutral • Prepares today’s IT professionals for tomorrow’s technology

• Courses available for a variety of skill levels: - Entry (IT Fundamentals) - Associate (CompTIA A+) - Professional (Network+, Security+) • State-of-the-art classrooms with certified instructors

PROGRAM COURSES • CompTIA IT Fundamentals

• CompTIA A+ Course Part 2

• CompTIA A+ Course Part 1

• CompTIA A+ Certification Exam Prep

The CompTIA Certified Computer Support Specialist program prepares students to earn the CompTIA A+ certification and transition into in-demand, entry-level LEARN MORE: information technology roles in www.tri-c.edu/comptia Northeast Ohio.

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Complete in 8-16 Weeks

Microsoft Administrative Professional (MAP) Academy Completion time:

8 weeks | 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. | M-Th 12 weeks | 8 a.m.–1 p.m. | 3 days per week 16 weeks | 6–9:30 p.m. | 2 nights per week

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of Completion and preparation for four Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) 2016 certifications

Job opportunities:

Administrative support staff in any company using Microsoft products • Executive Assistant • Legal Assistant • Administrative Coordinator • Secretary • Concierge

Salary range students expected to earn:

$13–$18 hourly or $35,672–$50,000 annually

Salary source:

Burning Glass Labor Insights

Program cost:

Full time intensive: $4,995 Part time: $2,995

Included in cost:

All materials including books, test vouchers for certification exams and any test prep materials.

Financial aid eligibility:

No Continued on next page

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Complete in 8-16 Weeks

The Microsoft Administrative Professional (MAP) Academy is an IT Gateway program that can put you on a path to a rewarding career in fewer than 16 weeks. Some key learning outcomes include: • Word: Format text, paragraphs and sections; create tables and lists; create and manage references; insert and format images • Outlook: Customize settings; search, mark as read/unread; set reminders; create and manage calendars; create and manage contacts and groups • PowerPoint: Create and manage presentations; insert and format text, shapes and images; insert tables, charts, SmartArt and video; integrate slide transitions and animations • Excel: Create and manage worksheets and workbooks; manage data cells and ranges; create tables; execute operations with formulas and functions; create and manipulate charts and objects

Program description:

The MAP Academy is a series of courses when completed together results in four Microsoft certifications. Each Microsoft course covers levels one, two and three to prepare students to sit for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification. Students will also receive career development and soft skills training. MAP Academy also provides career development, covering essential office professional skills such as keyboarding and interpersonal communication.

Other important information:

Students must apply online and complete an assessment and a face-to-face interview to gain a spot in the program. Upcoming dates: Full time Part time (Day) July 3, 2017 August 28, 2017 October 30, 2017 January 16, 2018 April 23, 2018

Contact information:

Part time (Night) August 28, 2017 January 16, 2018

IT Center of Excellence 216-987-4770 ITFastTrack@tri-c.edu | www.tri-c.edu/map Updated: 5/10/2017

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Program highlights:


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Complete in 5-10 Weeks

PMI® Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) Completion time:

Tuesday and Thursday evenings for 5 weeks or Wednesday evenings for 10 weeks 6–9:30 p.m.

Upon completion students get:

Preparation for the CAPM® certification exam. The CAPM® exam is not included in this course. It is a separate process that must be executed through the Project Management Institute (PMI)

Job opportunities:

• Entry-level Project Manager • Program Coordinator • Program Manager • Junior Project Manager • Product Manager

Salary range students expected to earn:

$50,000–$74,000 per year

Salary source:

Burning Glass Labor Insights

Program cost:

$1,395

Included in cost:

All materials included

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

Project Management Principles: • Introduction to project, program and portfolio management • Project, program and portfolio selection • Initiating projects • Project integration, scope, time and cost management • Project quality, human resources, communications, risk and procurement management • Executing projects • Monitoring and controlling projects • Closing projects and best practices Continued on next page

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Complete in 5-10 Weeks

PMI® Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) is a hands-on program that is aligned with the Project Management Institute's Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). This program is designed for those new to project management, changing careers or already serving as a subject matter expert on project teams and preparing to sit for the PMI-CAPM® exam. As a result of this course you will be able to: • Define the basics of a project and identify its goals and objectives • Determine project parameters that impact business needs and organizational requirements • Use professional project management tools to properly plan a project and its phases through estimates, assessments, analysis and scheduling • Learn management and human resources skills that ensure proper execution of project tasks and activities • Learn techniques that ensure quality control and quality assurance of project deliverables • Learn basic presentation skills and deliver an effective project plan as a course requirement • Identify PMI's CAPM® exam philosophy and summarize the requirements necessary for successful completion of the exam and ultimate certification

Other important information:

The optional CAPM exam is a separate fee and process scheduled through the Project Management Institute (PMI): www.pmi.org/certifications/types/certified-associate-capm Upcoming dates: August 29–October 5, 2017 (5 weeks) at Corporate College West

Contact information:

IT Center of Excellence 216-987-4770 ComputerTraining@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/projectmanagement Updated: 5/10/2017

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Program description:


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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COURSES Introduction to SQL Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$495

3.5

35

ZMCP

1086

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

T/Th

6-9:30 p.m.

CCE

30626

Nov. 7-Dec. 12

Staff

Data Analytics for Business Transformation Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$495

0.7

ZDTM

1007

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30617

Oct. 6

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

CCE

7

F

Staff

Excel Data Analysis Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$495

2.1

21

ZMCP

1086

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30615

Sep. 26-Oct. 12

T-Th

6-9:30 p.m.

CCE

Staff

Introduction to Web Design with WordPress Cost

$495

CEU Hours

3

Subject Code

30

ZDES

1027

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30619

Nov. 14-Dec. 19

T/Th

6-9:00 p.m.

CCE

Staff

Microsoft Tune Up for Professionals Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$799

3.5

ZMSA

1152

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30613

Aug. 30-Nov. 1

W

6-9:30 p.m.

ATTC

Staff

30612

Sep. 16-Oct. 7

Sa

8 a.m.-4 p.m.

CCE

Staff

35

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Microsoft Word 2016 Certification Package: Levels 1-3 Plus Test Voucher Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$499

3.5

35

ZMSA

1160

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30532

Aug. 4-24

F

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

CCE

Staff

30537

Sep. 12-25

T-Th

8 a.m.-1 p.m.

ATTC

Staff

30535

Sep. 25-Oct. 13

T/Th

6 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

CCE

Staff

30536

Sep. 25-Oct. 13

T/Th

6 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

CCW

Staff

Microsoft Outlook 2016 Certification Package: Levels 1-3 Plus Test Voucher Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$499 3.5 35

ZMSA 1162

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30542

Sep. 15-Oct. 5

F

8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

CCE

Staff

30533

Oct. 9-20

T-Th

8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

ATTC

Staff

30543

Nov. 2-22

T/Th

6-9:30 p.m.

CCE

Staff

30544

Nov. 2-22

T/Th

6-9:30 p.m.

CCW

Staff

Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Certification Package: Levels 1-2 Plus Test Voucher Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$499 2.1 21

ZMSA 1163

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30548

Aug. 25-Sep. 15

F

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

CCE

Staff

30551

Sep.25-Oct. 6

T-Th

8 a.m.-1 p.m.

ATTC

Staff

30549

Oct. 13-Nov. 2

T/Th

6-9:30 p.m.

CCE

Staff

30550

Oct. 13-Nov. 2

T/Th

6-9:30 p.m.

CCW

Staff

Microsoft Excel 2016 Certification Package: Levels 1-3 Plus Test Voucher Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$499 3.5 35

ZMSA 1161

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30556

Oct. 6-26

F

8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

CCE

Staff

30559

Oct. 20-Nov. 2

T-Th

8 a.m.-1 p.m.

ATTC

Staff

30557

Nov. 27-Dec. 15

T/Th

6-9:30 p.m.

CCE

Staff

30558

Nov. 27-Dec. 15

T/Th

6.-9:30 p.m.

CCW

Staff

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COURSES


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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COURSES OnBase System Administrator Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$1,000 3.0 30

ZKNO 1001

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30621

Oct. 10-Nov. 9

T/Th

6-9:30 p.m.

WS

Bisbee

30622

Apr. 3-May 3

T/Th

6-9:30 p.m.

WS

Bisbee

Introduction to Agile Project Management Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$495 .8 8

ZLSS 1012

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30504

Nov. 3

F

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

BUC

Staff

30518

Mar. 31

Sa

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

CCE

Staff

ScrumMaster Certification Course Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$1295

1.6

16

ZKNO

1002

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30276

Dec. 5-6

T/W

8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

CCW

Staff

30277

Dec. 7-8

Th/F

8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

CCE

Staff

PMI® Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$1,395 3.5 35

ZLSS

1055

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30374

Aug. 29-Sep. 28

T/Th

6-9:30 p.m.

CCW

Staff

30372

Sep. 13-Nov. 15

W

6-9:30 p.m.

CCE

Staff

PMI® Project Management Professional (PMP®) Exam Prep Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$2195 3.5 35

ZLSS 1071

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30381

Aug. 14-18

M-F

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

CCE

Staff

30376

Sep. 5-Oct. 5

T/Th

6-9:30 p.m.

CCW

Staff

30373

Sep. 6-Nov. 8

W

6-9:30 p.m.

ATTC

Staff

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Level 1: Introduction to MS Project 2016 Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$495 0.8 8

ZMGT 1019

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30434

Jul. 14

F

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

CCE

Staff

30435

Sep. 15

F

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

ATTC

Staff

30436

Oct. 14

a

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

CCW

Staff

Level 2: MS Project 2016 Advanced Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$495 0.8 8

ZMGT 1020

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30591

Jul. 28

F

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

CCE

Staff

30593

Sep. 29

F

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

ATTC

Staff

30594

Oct. 28

F

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

CCW

Staff

Introduction to Web Design with HTML5 Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$495 3.0 30

ZINT 1016

CRN

Date

Day

30709

Sep. 5-Oct. 5

T/Th 6-9 p.m.

Time

Location Instructor CCE

Staff

Advanced Web Design with JavaScript Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$495 3.0 30

ZPRG 1029

CRN

Date

Day

30565

Oct. 10-Nov. 9

T/Th 6-9 p.m.

Time

Location Instructor CCE

Staff

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COURSES


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“I learned how to keep up with our growth. I take time every day to think about how to stay ahead of the growth and how to make calculated next steps.” – Martina Moore President, Moore Counseling and Mediation Services Euclid, OH

Build your next success with... • A world-class business education • Access to capital • A supportive network of advisors and peers

For more information:

www.tri-c.edu/10ksb

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Cisco certification ensures high standards of technical expertise. Achieving Cisco certification at any level means joining the ranks of skilled network professionals who have earned recognition and respect in the industry. The first three levels of certification and specialization that Cisco provides for IT professionals can follow several different tracks to meet individual needs. There are many paths to Cisco certification, but only one requirement: Passing one or more exams to demonstrate knowledge and skills.

1st LEVEL OF CERTIFICATION Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND1) Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated (CCNAX) v2.0 (Boot Camp) Cisco Certified Voice Associate (CCVA) Introducing Cisco Voice and UC Administration (ICOMM) v8.0 Cisco Certified Service Provider (CCNA SP) Building Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Networks, Part 1 (SPNGN1) Implementing Cisco IOS Unified Communication Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA) Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions Cisco Certified Security: Security Associate (IINS) Implementing Cisco IOS Network Security Cisco CCNA Wireless Certification (IUWNE) Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Networking Essentials (IUWNE) Cisco CCNA Data Center Introducing Cisco Data Center Networking (DCICN) Introducing Cisco Data Center Technologies (DCICT) Cisco CCNA Industrial Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies (200-601 IMINS2) Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing Cisco CCNA Cloud Understanding Cisco Cloud Fundamentals (CLDFND) Introducing Cisco Cloud Administration (CLDADM) Fall 2017 • To register call 866-933-5175 • For complete course listing: www.tri-c.edu/workforce - 17 -

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CISCO TECHNICAL TRAINING INSTITUTE


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2nd LEVEL OF CERTIFICATION Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Three courses to be taken in preparation for the CCNP exam: Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE) Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH) Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks Cisco Certified Design Professional (CCDP) Three courses to be taken in preparation for the CCDP exam: Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE) Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH) Designing Cisco Network Service Architectures (ARCH) CCNP Voice Five courses to be taken in preparation for the CCVP exam: Implementing Cisco Unified Communications and QoS v8.0 (CVOICE) Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Part 1 v8.0 (CIPT1) Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Part 2 v8.0 (CIPT2) Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Communications (TVOICE) Integrating Cisco Unified Communications Applications (CAPPS) CCNP Security Four courses to be taken in preparation for the CCSP exam: Implementing Cisco Secure Access Solutions (SISAS) Implementing Cisco Edge Network Security Solutions (SENSS) Implementing Cisco Secure Mobility Solutions (SIMOS) Implementing Cisco Threat Control Solutions (SITCS) CCNP Service Provider Four courses to be taken in preparation for the CCNP Service Provider exam: Deploying Cisco Service Provider Network Routing (SPROUTE) Deploying Cisco Service Provider Advanced Routing (SPADVROUTE) Implementing Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Core Network Services (SPCORE) Implementing Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Edge Network Services (SPEDGE)

3rd LEVEL OF CERTIFICATION Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE)

SPECIALIST CERTIFICATIONS Cisco Wireless Technology Specialist Certifications Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Networking Essentials Cisco Advanced Wireless LAN Field Specialist Wireless Security Securing Cisco Networks with Threat Detection and Analysis (SCYBER)

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CISCO COURSES Visit www.tri-c.edu/cisco for more information. CCNA: Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND1) v3.0 CEU Hours

$1295

3.2

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Subject Code

ZCIS

1000

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30086

Jul. 5-26

M/W

6-10 p.m.

MATTC

Staff

CCNA: Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (CCNA Routing and Switching v3.0 Boot Camp) Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$1395

4.0

40

ZCIS

1002

CRN

Date

Day

Time

Location Instructor

30087

Jul. 31-Aug. 30

M/W

6-10 p.m.

MATTC

Sprang

Oct. 3-Nov. 2

T/Th

6-10 p.m.

MATTC

Sprang

CCNA: Interconnecting Cisco Wireless Networking Fundamentals Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$1395

4.0

40

ZCIS

1036

CRN

Date

Day

Time

30091

Sep. 30-Oct. 28

Sa 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Location Instructor MATTC

Staff

CCNA Security: Cisco Certified Security Associate (IINS) Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$1395

4.0

40

ZCIS

1036

CRN

Date

Day

Time

30088

Aug. 5-Sep. 2

Sa 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Location Instructor MATTC

Sprang

CCNP Series: Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (Switch v2.0) Cost

CEU Hours

Subject Code

$1395

3.5

35

ZCIS

1007

CRN

Date

Day

Time

30093

Nov. 27-Dec. 20

M/W 6-10 p.m.

Location Instructor MATTC

Mirrotto

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Complete in 1 Year

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Cisco Short-Term Certificate Completion time:

One year (21 credit hours)

Upon completion students get:

Short-term certificate and ability to take the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exam

Job opportunities:

• Network Technician Level 1 and Level 2 • Network Engineer • Network Help Desk

Program cost:

Tri-C tuition plus textbooks and testing fees

Financial aid eligibility:

Yes

Program highlights:

This program prepares students for the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification. The certificate and courses are currently offered as part of the Associate of Applied Science degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology with a concentration in Computer Networking Hardware

Program description:

The Cisco short-term certificate is a 21-credit hour program. Successful completion will prepare an individual for the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exam. Certificate credit hours can also be applied toward an Associate of Applied Science degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology with a concentration in Computer Networking Hardware. Current A+ certification or the prerequisites listed below are required prior to the Cisco coursework: Prerequisites (9 credit hours): IT 1025: Information Technology Concepts for Programmers ITNT 2300: Networking Fundamentals ITNT 2310: TCP/IP Cisco Courses (12 credit hours): EET 1302: Cisco 1 – Basic Networking Technology EET 1312: Cisco 2 – Basic Routing and Switching EET 2302: Cisco 3 – Intermediate Routing and Switching EET 2312: Cisco 4 – Basic WAN Technologies

Other important information:

Apply fundamental concepts of Cisco routing and switching hardware, operating systems, business applications, networking, security, backup and recovery procedures to troubleshoot, maintain and support Cisco hardware and software to ensure an efficient and effective operation

Contact information:

IT Center of Excellence 216-987-4770 ComputerTraining@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/programs/information-technology/ networking/cisco-short-term-certificate.html Updated: 5/13/16

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Complete in 10 Weeks

Cisco Certified Network Support Technician (NST) 10 weeks on campus

Upon completion, students get:

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Cisco Certified Network Associate Wireless (CCNA Wireless)

Job opportunities:

• • • • •

Salary range students expected to earn:

$18-$22 hourly with no IT experience $22-$25 hourly with one to two years of IT experience $25-$37.50 hourly with three or more years of IT experience and a bachelor’s degree in a related field

Salary source:

Ohio Labor Market Information

Where our past program graduates are employed:

• Cleveland Clinic • Sherwin-Williams • University Hospitals

Program cost:

$7,235

Included in cost:

All books, test vouchers and materials included. Fee of $50-$100 for background check prior to application. Test vouchers distributed when students sign up for exam.

Financial aid eligible:

No

Program highlights:

•S  tart and advance a successful career in the high demand field of IT networking while increasing your earning potential and aligning your skills to the industry leader • Progressive career ladder framework resulting in two industry-recognized IT credentials • Skills and certifications acquired during the program and training build toward multiple professional competencies • Courses designed specifically for network engineers and administrators requiring full knowledge of Cisco routing and switching and configuration

Network Technician Network Technical Analyst Network Tech Support IT Infrastructure Specialist Field Network Technician

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Program description:

The Certified Network Support Technician program prepares individuals to pass four industry-standard Cisco certification exams: CCENT (Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician), CCNA (Cisco Certified Networking Associate), CCNA Wireless (Cisco Certified Networking Associate Wireless) and CCSA (Cisco Certified Security Associate) and begin a career in the networking, security and telecommunication industries. Skills and certifications acquired during the program will provide a base of Cisco networking experience that can be built upon in the future.

Other important information:

This program is highly competitive, and the application process has several steps. Candidates must apply online, take an online skills assessment and participate in an interview in order to gain a spot in the program. NST candidates should have some prior IT networking training or experience. To learn more and apply, visit www.tri-c.edu/nst Upcoming dates: September 25–November 30, 2017 March 26–May 29, 2018

Contact information:

IT Center of Excellence 216-987-4770 ITFastTrack@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/nst Updated: 5/10/17

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ONLINE TRAINING Start Now and Connect with Success Anytime! Benefits of taking online courses at Tri-C: n n

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Affordable prices Select from a wide variety of course options You pick the start date Learn at your own pace Instructor-led courses Gain in-demand job skills Earn continuing education units (CEUs) upon successful completion

Online courses provide the perfect opportunity for you to learn new skills when and where you want. None of our online courses require you to be online at a specific time, so you can work around your busy schedule while learning something that will enrich your life. Courses start monthly and range in length from eight hours to six months. It is recommended that two to four hours per week be allocated to each course.

COURSE NAME

CRN#

FEE

A to Z Grantwriting

40660

$199

Introduction to SQL

40805

$199

Introduction to InDesign CS6

40798

$199

Intro to QuickBooks 2016

40835

$199

Supervision&MgmtFundamentals I 40780

$199

Accounting Fundamentals I

40661

$199

Introduction to Photoshop CS6

40803

$199

Stocks, Bonds and Investing

40810

$199

Intermediate C# Program

40676

$199

Intermediate SQL - Online

40695

$199

Intro to PC Troubleshooting

40787

$199

Creating WordPress Websites I

40670

$199

Creating Successful Business Plan 40672

$199

Intro to Microsoft Excel 2013

40699

$199

Introduction to Networking

40789

$199

Introduction to Java Program

40799

$199

Skills for the Workplace

40826

$199

Inter Microsoft Excel 2016

40829

$199

Accounting Fundamentals II

40662

$199

Analysis & Valuation of Stocks

40668

$199

Introduction to C# Programming

40743

$199

SharePoint 2013 Cert Training

40751

$885

Fundamentals of Tech Writing

40782

$199

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COURSE NAME

CRN#

Intro Microsoft Excel 2016

40828

Intermediate Quickbooks 2016

40836

CompTIA A+ Certification

FEE

COURSE NAME

CRN#

$199

Creating Web Pages I

40669

$199

$199

Creating WordPress Websites II

40671

$199

40837 $1,995

Intermediate Access 2013

40675

$199

Advanced Grant Proposal

40908

Intermediate MS Excel 2013

40678

$199

Advanced Web Pages - Online

40667 $ 199

Intermediate Oracle

40680

$199

Distribution & Logistics Mgmt

40673

$199

Intermediate PHP and MySQL

40693

$199

Effective Business Writing

40674

$199

Intro to QuickBooks 2015

40700

$199

Intermediate MS Excel 2010

40679

$199

Introduction to ASP.NET

40742

$199

Intro to Microsoft Access 2013

40698

$199

MS Word 2013 Certification

40750

$685

Excel 2013 Certification

40748

$685

Intro to Google Analytics

40785

$199

Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5 40779

$199

Intro to Programming - Online

40788

$199

Fundamentals of Supervision II

40781

$199

Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5

40797

$199

Introduction to C++ Programming Online

Introduction to Lightroom 5

40801

$199

40784

$199

Photoshop Elements 12

40808

$199

Intro PHP and MySQL Online

40791

$199

Introduction to Oracle

40802

$199

Teaching Smarter With SMARTBoards

40811

$199

Using Social Media in Business

40813

$199

Advanced Microsoft Excel 2016

40824

$199

Intro Microsoft Access 2016

40831

$199

Intermediate Access 2016

40830

$199

Intermediate Word 2016

40832

$199

CompTIA Security+ Training

40839 $1495

Introduction to Word 2016

41035

$199

Project Management Applications

41970

$199

Advanced CSS3 and HTML5

40663

$199

Project Management Fundamentals 41971

$199

Advanced Microsoft Excel 2010

40664

$199

Introduction to Photoshop CS5

$199

$199

42130

FEE

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TAKE YOUR PROJECT MANAGEMENT CAREER

TO THE NEXT LEVEL Project Management Fundamentals – Essential Skills for Project Managers Learn all the basics needed for a new project manager or supervisor to successfully complete a project. This class supports all the charts and graphs needed for perfect implementation and includes a full day discussing people skills and negotiation for project resource usage. After each step, each participant works on an independent, self-generated project. COST: $1,050

Microsoft Project Levels 1 and 2 Create a project plan and schedule in Project 2016. • Add resources in Project 2016 • Resolve common scheduling issues • Track project progress • Create project reports • Integrate project information with other projects and programs COST: $495 For course dates and information:

tri-c.edu/projectmanagement 216-987-4770


MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY A Tri-C® Center of Excellence

Tri-C’s newest Center of Excellence offers hands-on training in state-of-the-art labs at the Manufacturing Technology Center and the Advanced Training Technology Center. There is a huge demand for skilled workers in Northeast Ohio’s manufacturing industry. Stackable certificates build skills for those seeking entry‑level jobs as well as professionals seeking career advancement, with many programs allowing students to earn credit toward an associate degree. Tri-C’s Manufacturing Technology Center of Excellence builds upon the long history and strength of manufacturing in Northeast Ohio, with a goal of supporting the continued growth of the region’s manufacturing industry and employers by being the leader in job training, supplying talent needed for middle-skill jobs and providing pathways to higher education.

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

A TRI-C® CENTER OF EXCELLENCE

INSIDE: 3D Digital Design and Manufacturing Technology ............................... CNC Machining and Composites Manufacturing ............................. CNC Technology Certificate Program................. Computer Aided Design (CAD) ......................... Electrical Technician Certificate of Completion ... Facility Technician ........................................... FirstEnergy Power Systems Institute (PSI)......... Integrated Systems Engineering Technology...... Manufacturing Technical Readiness Program ......................................... Mechatronics One Year Credit Certificate ......... Nondestructive Testing (NDT) and Quality Assurance (QA) .................................... Precision Machining Technology 3 (PMT 3) ....... Right Skills Now CNC Operations Program ........ Fast-Track Welding Certificate Program............. Introductory Welding........................................ Welding Technology ........................................ Industrial Welding ........................................... Steelworkers for the Future ............................. Industrial Automation Certificate of Completion...

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• A high-tech digital fabrication lab accessible to students, community members and industry • Promotes innovation, creativity and collaboration, and facilitates mastery of new and emerging technologies • Springboard for entrepreneurship within the community and a portal for project-based, hands‑on STEM education • Offers industrial-grade fabrication equipment such as 3D printers, laser engravers, 4x8 CNC router, vinyl cutter, 3D scanner and electrical tools, plus open-source software

Who can use the Ideation Station?

• Tri-C and other college students through lab hours open to all of the Tri-C community • Area employers and industry partners with new and existing relationships with Tri-C for custom workforce training and lab rental • K-12 students who access the lab through the Nuts and Bolts STEM camps • Nuts and Bolts Academy learning workshops, weekends and evening activities for all ages • Community members attending open lab hours, family‑oriented activities and community events

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What is the Ideation Station?


Complete in 1 Year

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3D Digital Design and Manufacturing Technology Completion time:

One year

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of Proficiency

Job opportunities:

• • • • • • •

Salary range students expected to earn:

$31,000 - $47,000 annually

Salary source:

Indeed.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Various employers in the medical and manufacturing industries

Program cost:

See Tri-C Tuition and Fee Schedule (based on residency)

Included in cost:

N/A

Financial aid eligibility:

Yes

Program highlights:

• • • •

Program description:

The 3D Digital Design and Manufacturing Technology certificate program trains skilled workers in the field of 3D digital design and subtractive and additive manufacturing technologies

Other important information:

• Classes begin each semester • Noncredit professional development courses are available.

Contact information:

Alethea V. Ganaway 216-987-2769 3Dmfg@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/3dmfg

Production Technician Project Coordinator Project Manager Production Engineer 3D Solid Modeler CAD Drafter Manufacturing Technician

Earn a certificate after only 32 credit hours Flexible scheduling for day and evening courses Internship opportunities Job placement and career services

Updated: 5/5/2016

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3D Printing? 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is changing the world. The uses of additive manufacturing are limitless, and companies need people trained in using this new technology.

That’s where Tri-C® can help.

The 3D Digital Design & Manufacturing Technology certificate program trains skilled workers in the field of 3D digital design and subtractive and additive manufacturing technologies. HIGHLIGHTS: • Earn a certificate after only 32 credit hours • Flexible scheduling for day and evening courses • Internship opportunities • Job placement and career services CAREER OPTIONS: • 3D Designer • 3D Solid Modeler • CAD Technician • Additive Technician • Manufacturing Technician

Salaries range from $31,000 - $47,000 Source: www.indeed.com/salary

• CAD Drafter • Solidworks Designer • Engineering Technician • Prototyping Technician • Production Technician

For more information, call 216-987-2769, email 3Dmfg@tri-c.edu or visit www.tri-c.edu/3dmfg Fall 2017 • To register call 866-933-5175 • For complete course listing: www.tri-c.edu/workforce - 29 -

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Complete in 28 Weeks

| ADVANCED MANUFACTURING AND ENGINEERING |

CNC Machining and Composites Manufacturing Completion time:

Two semesters (28 weeks)

Upon completion students get:

CNC Machining and Composites Manufacturing short-term certificate

Job opportunities:

• CNC operator • Manual machine operator • CNC machinist • Toolmaker • Job placement and internships available

Salary range students expected to earn:

$30,000 first year $50,000 and up after four years

Salary source:

payscale.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Northeast Ohio manufacturing companies: • Kennametal Inc. • SSP Fittings Inc.

Program cost:

$4,162 • $2,303 first semester • $1,858 second semester

Included in cost:

Books and lab fees

Financial aid eligibility:

PELL grant eligible

Program highlights:

• CNC Machining certificate in 27 credit hours • Day and evening classes

Program description:

This program provides a CNC Machining and Composites Manufacturing certificate to students who wish to acquire skills in precision machining with an emphasis on manual machine tools, blueprint reading, shop math, precision measuring instruments and the setup, programming and operation of computer numerical controlled (CNC) machine tools.

Other important information:

Stop in our machining lab (MTC 161, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays) or call 216-987-3058 for more information

Contact information:

David Bredenbeck 216-987-3058 David.Bredenbeck@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/CNCMachining Updated: 1/30/2015

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Complete in 28 Weeks

CNC Technology Certificate Program 28 weeks • Five classes and five hands-on labs

Upon completion students get:

• Certificate for each class or lab successfully completed • Program certificate for completing all five classes

Job opportunities:

• CNC Machine Operator • CNC Setup • CNC Programmer

Salary range students expected to earn:

$13 - $18 hourly to start

Salary source:

payscale.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

• • • • •

Program cost:

$4,450 for entire program • $595 per class • $295 per lab

Included in cost:

Books, handouts, calculator and cutting stock

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

Continuing and professional education classes

Program description:

The CNC Technology certificate program offers training for both new and experienced personnel. Students new to CNC can complete the entire program to learn the skills necessary for entry level employment as a CNC operator. Experienced CNC personnel can attend any of the courses they choose to upgrade their skills.

Other important information:

Program entry requirements: • Ability to read basic blueprints • Ability to read a micrometer • Ability to describe milling and turning

Contact information:

Michael White 216-987-3040 Michael.White@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/cnc

Swagelok Trec Industries Pyrotek Christopher Tool Interstate McBee

• • • • •

Voss Industries Earnest Machine Dupont SSP Fittings Gearing Solutions

Updated: 1/29/2015

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Completion time:


Complete in 4-5 Weeks

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Computer Aided Design (CAD) Completion time:

Four to five weeks per course Individual courses in AutoCAD, Revit or SolidWorks software for professional growth

Upon completion students get:

Certificate for each course completed

Job opportunities:

• Draftsperson • CAD Operator • CAD Designer

Salary range students expected to earn:

$28,000 - $55,000 annually

Salary source:

payscale.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Manufacturing, architecture, electrical engineering, construction engineering

Program cost:

$475 - $695 per course

Included in cost:

Books, handouts and parking

Financial aid eligibility:

None

Program highlights:

Continuing and professional education courses

Program description:

The Computer Aided Design (CAD) program offers courses designed for business and industry professionals who want to quickly learn or enhance their skills in AutoCAD, Revit or SolidWorks software. Students can enroll in any or all courses based on their specific needs.

Other important information:

Program entry requirements: • Basic computer skills

Contact information:

Michael White 216-987-3040 Michael.White@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/cad Updated: 1/29/2015

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Complete in 1 Year

Electrical Technician Certificate of Completion One year

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of completion

Job opportunities:

Electrical Maintenance Technician

Salary range students expected to earn:

$14.04 - $29.61 hourly

Salary source:

payscale.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Mainly industrial facilities

Program cost:

Approximately $2,500

Included in cost:

N/A

Financial aid eligibility:

Eligible with ISET degree

Program highlights:

Program provides fundamental and advanced training required to obtain jobs in the growing area of electrical maintenance.

Program description:

Participants receive hands-on training in the knowledge and skills needed to maintain, install and troubleshoot today’s automated electrical systems in business and industry.

Contact information:

Virgil Chichernea 216-987-3073 or 216-987-3204 virgil.chichernea@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/electricalmaintenance Updated: 1/29/2015

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Completion time:


Complete in 1 - 1.5 Years

| ADVANCED MANUFACTURING AND ENGINEERING |

Facility Technician Completion time:

1 - 1 1/2 years

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of proficiency

Job opportunities:

Electrical and Mechanical Building Maintenance Technician

Salary range students expected to earn:

$11.39 - $24.49 hourly

Salary source:

payscale.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Building maintenance

Program cost:

Approximately $3,000

Included in cost:

N/A

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

Program provides fundamental and advanced training required to obtain jobs in building maintenance.

Program description:

Participants receive hands-on training and knowledge to maintain, install and troubleshoot today’s building maintenance systems.

Contact information:

Virgil Chichernea 216-987-3073 or 216-987-3204 virgil.chichernea@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/facilitymaintenance Updated: 1/29/2015

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Complete in 2 Years

FirstEnergy Power Systems Institute (PSI) Two years

Upon completion students get:

Associate of Technical Studies degree in Electric Utility Technology

Job opportunities:

This program is designed to get students ready to work at FirstEnergy, climbing poles and working in the outdoor elements. Linemen are in high demand.

Salary range students expected to earn:

$30,628 - $96,787 annually

Salary source:

payscale.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

FirstEnergy

Program cost:

If selected, FirstEnergy pays for tuition and associated fees and books.

Included in cost:

Flame-retardant uniform

Financial aid eligibility:

Yes

Program highlights:

• 21 months to complete – five days per week split between classroom time and FirstEnergy’s skills training facility. • Program begins fall semester 2017 • Must complete pre-admission requirements and pass special skills testing.

Program description:

Completion of the program prepares you for a job in the electric utility industry. PSI is a unique two-year program that combines classroom learning with hands-on training. Includes an internship during the first- and second-year terms.

Contact information:

James Boone 216-987-2814 james.boone@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/firstenergy Updated: 1/29/2015

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Completion time:


Complete in 2 Years

| ADVANCED MANUFACTURING AND ENGINEERING |

Integrated Systems Engineering Technology Completion time:

Two years

Upon completion students get:

Associate of Applied Science degree

Job opportunities:

• • • •

Salary range students expected to earn:

$14.50 - $35.10 hourly

Salary source:

payscale.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Various employers

Program cost:

67 or 68 credit hours, depending on degree track

Included in cost:

N/A

Financial aid eligibility:

Yes

Program highlights:

• Learn to identify and use proper test equipment and tools • Learn core electrical skills and basic knowledge of advanced skills such as PLCs, electronics and digital applications • Acquire cross-functional skills to differentiate between thermal, mechanical, fluid and electrical power systems and isolate faults to a particular subsystem • Learn to collaborate and perform in a professional fashion in diverse environments

Program description:

The Integrated Systems Engineering Technology program prepares students to diagnose and resolve industrial equipment problems using technical assessments and core electrical skills.

Contact information:

Virgil Chichernea 216-987-3073 Virgil.Chichernea@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/integratedsystems

Maintenance Repair Technician Electrical Maintenance Technician Instrument Control Technician Integrated Systems Technician

Updated: 2/9/2015

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Manufacturing Technical Readiness Program Completion time:

Individual professional and continuing education courses in the basic skills needed for employment in manufacturing.

Upon completion students get:

Certificate for each course completed

Job opportunities:

• • • •

Salary range students expected to earn:

$10 - $15 hourly to start

Salary source:

payscale.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Machine shops, fabrication shops, production facilities

Program cost:

$125 - $650 per course

Included in cost:

Books, handouts and lab supplies

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

Continuing and professional education courses

Program description:

The Manufacturing Technical Readiness program offers courses designed for anyone working in manufacturing who wants to improve their shop safety, shop math, blueprint reading, measurement and gauging. Students looking to start a career in manufacturing can take courses to build a foundation for entry-level employment. Students may enroll in any or all courses based on their specific needs.

Contact information:

Michael White 216-987-3040 Michael.White@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/manufacturing

Production Worker Machine Operator Assembler Inspector

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Updated: 1/29/2015


Complete in 1 Year

| ADVANCED MANUFACTURING AND ENGINEERING |

Mechatronics One Year Credit Certificate Completion time:

One year

Upon completion students get:

Short-term credit certificate

Job opportunities:

Electrical, Mechanical and/or Automation Technician

Salary range students expected to earn:

$14 - $29.60 hourly

Salary source:

payscale.com

Program cost:

Approximately $5,000

Included in cost:

N/A

Financial aid eligibility:

Yes

Program highlights:

Program provides fundamental and advanced training required to obtain jobs in the area of electrical, automation and mechanical maintenance.

Program description:

Participants receive hands-on training and knowledge in the skills needed to maintain, install and troubleshoot today’s automation systems in various industrial environments.

Contact information:

Virgil Chichernea 216-987-3073 virgil.chichernea@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/mechatronics Updated: 1/29/2015

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A mechatronics technician is a high-tech jack-of-all-trades. Machines developed in the 21st century have both mechanical and electronic parts, so industry requires technicians who know both disciplines. Examples of mechatronics systems include robotics, smart cars, renewable energy systems, advanced manufacturing and defense systems, providing you with career opportunities in almost any industry. Upon completion, you will know how to: • Read blueprints and schematics • Identify and use proper test equipment • Conduct electrical and mechanical troubleshooting • Operate industrial robots and programmable logic controllers • Test for American Welding Society’s nationally recognized welding certification Job placement assistance available.

For more information, call us today at 216-987-3204 or visit www.tri-c.edu/mechatronics

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Nondestructive Testing (NDT) and Quality Assurance (QA) Completion time:

Individual professional and continuing education courses in Visual, Liquid Penetrant, Magnetic Particle, Radiographic and Ultrasonic Inspection.

Upon completion students get:

Certificate for each course completed.

Job opportunities:

• Quality Engineer • Inspector • NDT Personnel

Salary range students expected to earn:

$12 - $15 hourly to start

Salary source:

payscale.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Manufacturing, aerospace, transportation and construction industries

Program cost:

$495 - $775 per course

Included in cost:

Books, handouts, lab supplies and parking

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

Continuing and professional education classes

Program description:

The Nondestructive Testing and Quality Assurance program offers courses designed for business and industry professionals who want to quickly learn or enhance their skills in nondestructive testing or dimensional part inspection

Other important information:

NDT training is done in accordance with SNT-TC-1A and NAS410 standards. Completion of NDT courses qualifies as formal training but does not alone certify a student as an inspector. Certification, governed by specific industry standards, also requires written testing and on-the-job training under the supervision of a Level 3 technician.

Contact information:

Michael White 216-987-3040 Michael.White@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/ndt Updated: 1/30/2015

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Complete in 14 Weeks

Precision Machining Technology 3 (PMT 3) Completion time:

14 weeks (one semester)

Upon completion students get:

Precision Machining Technology 3 certificate

Job opportunities:

• • • •

Salary range students expected to earn:

$30,000 in the first year $50,000 - $60,000 after four years

Salary source:

payscale.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Local Northeast Ohio manufacturing companies, including: • SSP Fittings Inc. • Alcoa

Program cost:

$1,520

Included in cost:

Books and fees

Financial aid eligibility:

Eligible for Pell Grant

Program highlights:

More advanced study in CNC machining and Mastercam CNC programming (CAD/CAM)

Program description:

One-semester course to develop more advanced skill in CNC and CAD/ CAM Mastercam CNC programming software

Other important information:

Evening classes only, fall and spring semesters

Contact information:

David Bredenbeck 216-987-3058 David.Bredenbeck@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/workforce

CNC Operator Machinist CNC Machinist Toolmaker

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Right Skills Now CNC Operations Program Completion time:

8 weeks (180 hours) day classes or 10 weeks (180 hours) evening classes, plus 8-week internship at Swagelok (40 hours per week)

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of completion • Opportunity to earn NIMS Level 1 CNC operator certificate • Full-time CNC operator position at Swagelok

Job opportunities:

CNC Machine Operator

Salary range students expected to earn:

$15 - 16 hourly

Salary source:

Swagelok

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Swagelok

Program cost:

$4,295

Included in cost:

Books, calculator, registration and exam fee for National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) Level 1 CNC Operator credential

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Fast-track training • Paid internship • Permanent job upon completion

Program description:

Cuyahoga Community College collaborated with Swagelok to create this fast-track training program. Right Skills Now combines 180 hours of training at Tri-C with a 320-hour paid internship at Swagelok. Students who successfully complete the program will be offered a full-time CNC operator position at Swagelok.

Other important information:

Program Entry Requirements: • High school diploma or GED • Score level 4 or higher on WorkKeys, math, reading and locating-information tests • Swagelok interview • Background check

Contact information:

Michael White 216-987-3040 Michael.White@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/right-skills-now Updated: 1/29/2015

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Right Skills Now CNC Boot Camp Get fast-track training with paid internship and job placement* Right Skills Now is a fast-track 500‑hour training program that prepares individuals for careers in the manufacturing industry. *Successful candidates who complete the program will be offered a full-time position at Swagelok.

HIGHLIGHTS • Day program – Eight weeks of training and an eight‑week paid internship at Swagelok | Start date: Sept. 5, 2017 • Evening program – Ten weeks of training and an eight‑week paid internship at Swagelok | Start date: Oct. 9, 2017 • Right Skills Now is an acceleration of the NAM Endorsed Manufacturing Skills Certification System • Receive national certification from the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) • High school diploma or equivalent • Skills validation of achieving a WorkKeys Silver NCRC Level 4 in WorkKeys: Applied Math, Locating Information, Reading for Information • Ability to attend all program sessions • Agree to background check/drug test

Tuition: $4,295 (Includes job placement services; scholarships available for those who qualify.)

For more information, visit www.tri-c.edu/right-skills-now or call 216-987-3040.

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Requirements


Complete in 10 Weeks

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Mobile Training Unit Cuyahoga Community College’s Manufacturing Technology Center of Excellence builds upon the long history and strength of manufacturing in Northeast Ohio by recognizing the need for trained professionals in the region’s manufacturing sector. We continue to expand our efforts to provide customized training solutions.

Tri-C’s Mobile Training Unit The 53-foot unit features an instructor station and seating for 10 students, including one handicap-accessible station. • Provides demand-driven training at client sites • Can accommodate multiple training classes • Helps retain employees and keeps businesses competitive through skills upgrade and process improvements • Initial training programs include • CNC Machining • Welding Techniques • 3D Printing • Programmable Logic Control

For more information, visit www.tri-c.edu/mobileunit or contact Starr Sherman at starr.sherman@tri-c.edu or 216-987-0146

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Complete in 1-2 Semesters

Introductory Welding 1-2 semesters

Upon completion students get:

Short-term certificate

Job opportunities:

Welder

Salary range students expected to earn:

$10 - $18 hourly

Salary source:

BLS data, job listings, former students

Program cost:

$4,314.77

Included in cost:

Books, lab fees (consumables), certification test fees, personal protective gear

Financial aid eligibility:

Yes

Program highlights:

• Students can earn multiple national welding certifications • New welding lab with high-tech equipment from Lincoln Electric • Job placement assistance available

Program description:

This program provides basic training in the fundamental skills of Stick, MIG, TIG and OxyFuel welding technologies and prepares students for careers in the welding industry with the potential to earn three nationally recognized certifications. At the conclusion of the MIG, TIG and Stick welding classes, students submit a test piece (between 1F and 4G) for certification evaluation.

Contact information:

Sheila Gibson 216-987-3030 sheila.gibson@tri-c.edu Updated: 5/5/16

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Completion time:


Complete in 1-2 Semesters

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Welding Technology Completion time:

1-2 semesters

Upon completion students get:

Short-term certificate

Job opportunities:

• Welder • Welding/fitting • Robotic Welder Operator

Salary range students expected to earn:

$12 - $20 per hour

Salary source:

BLS data, job listings, former students

Program cost:

$2,195.34 (lab fees to be determined)

Included in cost:

N/A

Financial aid eligibility:

Yes

Program highlights:

• Learn to program welding robots • Learn introductory nondestructive weld evaluation techniques • Complete a complex fabrication project • Job placement assistance available

Program description:

This program provides additional workplace skills for students who have already been trained in the fundamentals of welding. Students will gain familiarity with additional workplace safety, programming of welding robots, metallurgy, fabrication and some nondestructive testing techniques.

Contact information:

Sheila Gibson 216-987-3030 sheila.gibson@tri-c.edu Updated: 5/5/16

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Complete in 2-3 Semesters

Industrial Welding 2-3 semesters

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of proficiency

Job opportunities:

• Welder • Welding/fitting • Robotic Welder Operator

Salary range students expected to earn:

$12 - $20 hourly

Salary source:

BLS data, job listings, former students

Program cost:

$6,690 (additional fees to be determined)

Included in cost:

Lab fees, books, certification test fees

Financial aid eligibility:

Yes

Program highlights:

• Students can earn multiple national welding certifications • New welding lab with high-tech equipment from Lincoln Electric • Learn to program welding robots • Learn introductory nondestructive weld evaluation techniques • Complete a complex fabrication project • Job placement assistance available

Program description:

This program provides basic training in the fundamental skills of Stick, MIG, TIG and OxyFuel welding and introduces additional industry technologies such as programming of welding robots, fabrication, nondestructive testing techniques, metallurgy and workplace safety. Students have the potential to earn three nationally recognized certifications. At the conclusion of the MIG, TIG, and Stick welding classes, students submit a test piece (between 1F and 4G) for certification evaluation.

Contact information:

Sheila Gibson 216-987-3030 sheila.gibson@tri-c.edu Updated: 5/5/16

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Completion time:


Short-Term Welding Certificates • Short-Term Certificate in Introductory Welding • Short-Term Certificate in Welding Technology • One-Year Certificate of Proficiency in Industrial Welding

Highlights

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Tri-C now offers three short-term, stackable certificates providing basic and advanced training in MIG, TIG, Stick, Robotic and OxyFuel welding:

• • • •

Students can test for multiple national welding certifications in accordance with AWS standards (2F - 4G) New welding lab with high-tech equipment from Lincoln Electric Financial aid available for those who qualify Job placement assistance available

• Average entry-level salary: $12-15 per hour (source: Ohio Department of Labor)

Program prerequisites:

For more information:

• High school diploma or GED • ACCUPLACER assessments for English and math

Frank Malley, 216-987-4968 or frank.malley@tri-c.edu

Integrated Systems Technology (ISET) Short-Term Certificate in Introductory Welding Program requirements Credits ISET-1100 Welding Blue Print Reading 2 ISET-2100 Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) 4 ISET-2110 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG) 4 ISET-2120 Shielded Metal Arc Welding (STICK) 4 ISET-2130 OxyFuel Gas Welding 4 Core program total: 18 credit hours Upon completion of both short-term certificates, participants will receive a one-year certificate of proficiency in Industrial Welding.

Short-Term Certificate in Welding Technology Program requirements Credits HLTH-1230 Standard First Aid and Personal Safety 1 ISET-2130 OxyFuel Gas Welding 4 ISET-2140 Non-Destructive Testing 3 ISET-2150 Robotic Welding 3 ISET-2160 Structural Fabrication 4 MET-1300 Engineering Materials and Metallurgy 3 SPCH-1000 Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communication 3 Core program total: 21 credit hours

This workforce product was funded by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. The product was created by the grantee and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Department of Labor. The U.S. Department of Labor makes no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership. Please note: Course and program information subject to change. Visit the website (www.tri-c.edu/welding) for the most up-to-date information.

tri-c.edu/welding

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Complete in 2 Years

Steelworker for the Future Associate of Technical Studies with Electrical Technology and Mechanical Technology options 2 years

Upon completion students get:

Associate of Technical Studies degree

Job opportunities:

• Electrical Maintenance Technician • Mechanical Maintenance Technician

Salary range students expected to earn:

Up to $90,000 annually

Salary source:

Arcelor Mittal

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Arcelor Mittal and other employers

Program cost:

62/65 credit hours cost

Included in cost:

N/A

Financial aid eligibility:

Yes

Program highlights:

• Eligible for two paid, full-time internships, eight weeks each • Associate of Technical Studies degree with options in Electrical Technology or Mechanical Technology • Gain the knowledge and practical experience to maintain and troubleshoot electrical and mechanical systems • Receive mentoring opportunities

Program description:

The Steelworker for the Future program, developed in partnership with Arcelor Mittal, the world’s leading steel and mining company, is targeted toward high-tech, wellpaying jobs in electrical and mechanical technology.

Contact information:

Virgil Chichernea 216-987-3073 or 216-987-3204 Virgil.Chichernea@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/steelworker Updated: 2/9/2015

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Completion time:


Complete in 1 Year

Completion time:

1 year

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of proficiency

Job opportunities:

Electrical or Mechanical Maintenance Technician

Salary range students expected to earn:

$15.80 - $30.70 per hour

Salary source:

payscale.com

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Industrial Automation Certificate of Completion

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Mainly industrial facilities

Program cost:

Approximately $4,000

Included in cost:

N/A

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

Program provides fundamental and advanced training required to obtain jobs in the growing area of hightech maintenance.

Program description:

Participants receive hands-on training in the knowledge and skills needed to maintain, install and troubleshoot today’s automated systems in business and industry.

Contact information:

Virgil Chichernea 216-987-3073 virgil.chichernea@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/automationtechnician Updated: 1/29/2015

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PUBLIC SAFETY

A Tri-C® Center of Excellence

Tri-C has provided high-quality law enforcement and fire training in Northeast Ohio since 1982. As a Tri-C Center of Excellence, the Public Safety Training Center continues to provide basic training through the police, fire, private security, corrections and bailiff academies; emergency medical technology programs; and advanced training for law enforcement and fire professionals. The center now includes Captioning and Court Reporting; Environmental, Health and Safety Technology; Criminal Justice and Paralegal programs as well. For more information about our programs, visit www.tri-c.edu/publicsafety. The Public Safety Training Center on the Western Campus, which opened in September 2014, was renamed the KeyBank Public Safety Training Center in June 2016 in recognition of KeyBank's support of the College and the community. It features specialized simulation areas that provide opportunities for realistic, hands-on skills training. Tri-C’s public safety academies train more emergency response professionals than any other academy in Ohio.

INSIDE: Basic Police Academy .................................. 54 Private Security Academy ............................. 57 Emergency Medical Technician Short-Term Basic Certificate.......................... 58 Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic Certificate of Proficiency ............................... 60 Advanced EMS Training ................................ 61 Drone Academy............................................ 62 911 Telecommunications ............................. 63


PUBLIC SAFETY The Law Enforcement and Fire academies at Cuyahoga Community College’s Public Safety Institute offer the opportunity for police and fire students to learn the skills and teamwork necessary to be prepared when called upon for duty.

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The academies provide state-certified training for police officers, firefighters, security officers, corrections officers, and bailiff personnel, as well as advanced training in law enforcement and fire. Experienced instructors provide hands‑on training.

Basic Police Academy

Private Security Academy

Tri‐C’s Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) certified program is designed for individuals seeking employment as a police officer in the state of Ohio. The open enrollment academy is also open to individuals who have been sworn with a department and need to complete their Peace Officer Basic Training. This paramilitary-structured academy includes all of the training mandated by OPOTC. The academy includes certifications in the following areas: HAZ‐MAT Operations Level, Taser Operator Certification, Active Shooter Training and First Aid/CPR certifications.

This Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) certified course is designed for individuals currently employed or seeking employment in commercial/retail loss prevention, asset protection, private security or other private security officer functions. Average starting salaries for graduates may range from $23,000 - $37,000 annually.*

Fall 2017 Full‐Time Day Academy Start Dates All courses held at the Western Campus KeyBank PSTC. Monday‐Friday, 8 a.m.‐5 p.m. Start dates: Sept. 8 (Tentative, see website for more information.) MAXIMUM CLASS SIZE IS 30 All requirements must be completed with academy paperwork turned in on or before Feb. 6, 2017. Fall 2017 Part-Time Evenings and Saturdays Academy Start Dates Start date: Sept. 18 Monday-Thursday, 6-10 p.m. and Saturdays 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Please visit the website for updated information as it becomes available for start date and application information. MAXIMUM CLASS SIZE IS 30 Call 216-987-3076 to request an application packet.

*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

All courses held at the Western Campus KeyBank PSTC. Fall 2017 Start Dates Evening Academy - Aug. 28 Weekend Academy - Aug. 26 Day Academy - Sept. 18 Spring 2018 Start Dates* Evening Academy - Jan. 29 Weekend Academy - Feb. 3 Day Academy - Feb. 5 *Spring 2018 dates are tentative. Please check our web page for updated information

Completed academy applications are due two weeks prior to the academy start date. Call 216-987-3037 to request an application packet or for more information.

Fire Training Academy All courses held at the Western Campus KeyBank PSTC.

Fall 2017 Dates: Aug. 28-Nov. 3 Day Academy Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:45 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Evening/Weekend Academy Tuesdays and Thursdays 6-10 p.m. Saturdays 8:45 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Call 216-987-5076 to request an application packet or for more information.

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KEYBANK PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING CENTER WESTERN CAMPUS Cuyahoga Community College’s KeyBank Public Safety Training Center (PSTC) incorporates ideas and needs of area fire, law enforcement, rescue, emergency medical services and public safety agencies. This 37,000-square-foot, 10-acre facility is designed for academic and tactical fire, police, emergency medical and rescue operation training. • Indoor firing range • Military-style fitness and obstacle course • Above-ground trenches for confined space maneuvers • Dual burn trailers • Propane quad fire training system • 4,000-square-foot, two-story burn building and training tower • Retention pond for water rescue training • 180’ x 600’ paved area for defensive driving and pursuit-driving techniques • Classrooms, labs and much more

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PROGRAMS Basic Police Academy....................................... 216-987-3076 Private Security Academy ................................. 216-987-3037 Fire Academy .................................................. 216-987-5076 Law Enforcement Advanced Training .................. 216-987-3033 Fire and Emergency Medical Services Advanced Training ........................................... 216-987-5429 Emergency Medical Technician ......................... 216-987-4449 Public Safety Training Center ....................... www.tri-c.edu/pstc Public Safety Programs .................... www.tri-c.edu/publicsafety


Complete in 4 1/2-

8 Months

Basic Police Academy Full-time academy – approximately 4½ months Part-time academy – approximately 8 months

Upon completion students get:

Eligibility to receive a commission as a police officer in the state of Ohio

Job opportunities:

• Police Officer • Armed Security Officer (with OPOTC firearms certification)

Salary range students expected to earn:

$35,000 - $70,000 annually to start

Salary source:

salary.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Police Departments: Apple Creek Bainbridge Beach City Beachwood Brunswick Hills Canton Case Western Reserve University Cedar Point PD Cleveland Clinic Cleveland Metroparks CMHA CMSD East Cleveland Highland Hills Kelleys Island Lakewood Linndale

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Completion time:

Sheriff's Departments: Cuyahoga County Geauga County Lake County Summit County Portage County

Maple Heights Mentor Mentor-On-the-Lake Milan MetroHealth Systems North Olmsted Notre Dame College Parma Put-In-Bay Sagamore Hills Seven Hills South Amherst Twinsburg University Circle Valley View Village of Brady Lake Wakeman Westlake Other Paragon Solutions NASA Security

Program cost:

Cuyahoga County Residents: $4,900 Other Ohio Residents: $5,553.52

Included in cost:

All printed materials, uniform, template for traffic crash investigation

Financial aid eligibility:

Yes. Scholarships are also available through the KeyBank Public Safety Scholarship for those who qualify. Visit www.tri-c.edu/PublicSafetyScholarship for information. Continued on next page

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In addition to the mandatory course of instruction as required by the OPOTC for basic peace officer training, Cuyahoga Community College Police Academy cadets participate in additional training and will receive certificates in the following areas: • SFST (standardized field sobriety testing), special certificate for 32 hours of training • TASER • Rapid Action Immediate Deployment (RAID) I active school shooter training (8 hours) • HAZMAT/WMD Operations Exercise (8 hours) • WMD Incidents I Operations Level (16 hours) • RADAR/LIDAR

Program description:

This rigorous program is designed for individuals who have made the decision to be peace officers in the state of Ohio. In addition to the state‑mandated 608-hour Peace Officer Basic Training curriculum, cadets participate in specialized training that enhances their background, providing greater career opportunities. Cadets who complete their Peace Officer Basic Training Academy will have earned 24 credit hours and met the police academy requirement for the Criminal Justice – Basic Police Academy degree at Tri-C.

Other important information:

Tri-C offers full-time (40 hours/week) and part-time (24 hours/week) academies in the fall. A full-time academy is offered in spring. A completed police academy application is required. See website for details.

Contact information:

Nancy Nekoranec 216-987-3076 Nancy.Nekoranec@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/police Updated: 1/2015

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Program highlights:


KeyBank Public Safety Scholarship The KeyBank Public Safety Scholarship Initiative was established to support efforts to increase the number of minorities and females in the public safety career field. The scholarship provides funding for select Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) Public Safety programs, including:

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EMT Paramedic • Fire Academy • Basic Police Academy • Corrections • Criminal Justice KeyBank Public Safety Scholarship Requirements:

HOW TO APPLY: Visit www.tri-c.edu/PublicSafetyScholarship

• Must be a minority and/or female. • All students must complete the FAFSA and utilize any Pell funding offered before scholarship funds will be awarded. • All students awarded funding will be required to fulfill a minimum number of community and/or service hours. • Students will not be accepted into any public safety program or awarded scholarship funding if they have an outstanding debt with the College. • Students must meet all of the program requirements and be accepted into the program before any scholarship funds will be awarded.

for scholarship application information. For more information: For academic advising and next steps, contact Gabe Crenshaw at Gabrielle.Crenshaw@tri-c.edu or 216-987-0272; or Victoria Berry at Victoria.Berry@tri-c.edu or 216-987-3044. For questions regarding program options and academy application information, contact Terry Muff at Terry.Muff@tri-c.edu or 216-987-5474.

Scholarship recipients will be selected by a committee comprised of representatives from Cuyahoga Community College’s Public Safety programs and academies.

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Complete in 9-14 Weeks

Private Security Academy Completion time:

9 to 14 weeks

Upon completion students get:

Opportunity to receive Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) certification

Job opportunities:

Public and private security

Salary range students expected to earn:

$24,020 annually

Salary source:

Bureau of Labor Statistics

Where our past program graduates are employed:

• Cleveland Metropolitan Schools District • Cleveland Public Library • Quicken Loans Arena • Securitas • Safe Choice Security

Program cost:

County resident with firearms training: $2,350 County resident without firearms training: $2,200 Out-of-county resident: $2,680

Included in cost:

Uniforms, books, state test

Financial aid eligibility:

Yes

Program highlights:

• 12 credit hours earned • Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) certification • Homeland Security certifications • Taser Operator certification • Subject Control/Unarmed Self Defense • Optional firearms training

Program description:

Our Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) certified program is designed for individuals who are either currently employed or seeking employment in commercial/retail loss prevention, assets protection, private security or other private security functions. This paramilitary-structured academy includes Homeland Security certifications, Taser Operation or certification and First Aid/CPR certifications. Firearms training is optional.

Contact information:

Terry Muff 216-987-3037 www.tri-c.edu/security

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R-Cap Security Royce Security Horseshoe Casino United Security Services Cleveland Clinic

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Complete in 14 - 16 Weeks

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Emergency Medical Technician Short-Term Basic Certificate Completion time:

14 or 16 weeks

Upon completion students get:

Opportunity to sit for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician Exam

Job opportunities:

• Ambulance Services • Transport Services • Fire Departments - Part-time and minimal full-time opportunities

Salary range students expected to earn:

$9 - 12 hourly

Salary source:

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Where our past program graduates are employed:

• • • •

Program cost:

Cuyahoga County residents: $1,260; Ohio residents $1,450

Included in cost:

N/A

Financial aid eligibility:

None. Scholarships (including KeyBank Public Safety Scholarship) available for those who qualify.

Program highlights:

• • • •

Program description:

This program is designed for individuals interested in pursuing a career as an emergency medical technician and prepares students for entry-level positions with ambulance and emergency medical services. As many emergency medical services are a component of fire departments, the certification is also important for those pursuing a career as a firefighter. Students who successfully complete this program are eligible to take the National Registry of EMTs examination. Successful completion of this examination is necessary for state of Ohio EMT certification.

Cleveland EMS Cleveland Fire Columbia Township Fire Valley City Fire Department

Practice checking vital signs Learn how to assess a patient’s condition Train in patient transportation Study techniques for treating shock and fractures

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Complete in 14 - 16 Weeks

Other important information:

Spring 2018 Schedule • Eastern Campus: Jan. 29-May 13, T,Th 8:45 a.m.-12:55 p.m. • Eastern Campus: Jan. 29-May 13, T,Th 5:50-10 p.m. • Metropolitan Campus: Jan. 16-May 13, T,Th 9 a.m.-12:50 p.m. • Western Campus: Jan. 16-May 13, T,Th 6-9:50 p.m. • Westshore Campus: Jan. 29-May 13, M,W 5:50-10 p.m. Summer 2018 Schedule • Eastern Campus: May 29-Aug. 5, T,Th 6-9:50 p.m. • Metropolitan Campus: May 29-Aug. 5, T,Th 9 a.m-3:40 p.m. • Western Campus: May 29-Aug. 5, T,Th 6-9:50 p.m. • Westshore Campus: May 29-Aug. 5, M,W 6-9:50 p.m.

Contact information:

Edward Bak 216-987-4449 www.tri-c.edu/emt Updated: 10/14/2016

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Complete in 1 Year

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Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic Certificate of Proficiency Completion time:

One year

Upon completion students get:

Opportunity to sit for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians Paramedic Exam

Job opportunities:

• • • •

Salary range students expected to earn:

$12 - 15 per hourly

Salary source:

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Where our past program graduates are employed:

• • • • •

Program cost:

Cuyahoga County residents: $3,265; Ohio residents: $4,414

Included in cost:

N/A

Financial aid eligibility:

Yes. Students may also qualify for college financial aid and scholarships (including the KeyBank Public Safety Scholarship).

Program highlights:

• • • •

Program description:

This program is designed for emergency medical technicians interested in pursuing paramedic certification. It prepares students to advance their career with ambulance and emergency medical services (EMS). As many EMS services are a component of fire departments, it is also important for those pursuing a career as a firefighter. Students who successfully complete this program are eligible to take the National Registry of EMTs Paramedic examination. Successful completion of this examination is necessary for Ohio paramedic certification.

Other important information:

Spring 2018 Schedule • Eastern Campus: Jan. 16 - May 13, M-Th, 8:45 a.m.-12:55 p.m. or 5:50 p.m.-10 p.m. • Western Campus: Jan. 16 - May 13, M-Th, 6 - 10:40 p.m.

Contact information:

Edward Bak 216-987-4449 www.tri-c.edu/emt

Ambulance Services Transport Services Fire Department Life Flight

Cleveland EMS Cleveland Fire Columbia Township Fire Lakewood Fire North Ridgeville Fire

• • • •

Olmsted Falls Fire Olmsted Township Fire Parma Fire Rocky River Fire

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Advanced EMS Training Completion time:

Varies with each course

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of completion

Job opportunities:

• • • •

Salary range students expected to earn:

$20,000 - $55,000 annually

Salary source:

Careerinfonet.org

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Emergency rooms, private ambulance companies, fire departments

Program cost:

Varies according to course

Included in cost:

Varies according to course

Financial aid eligibility:

EMT basic and paramedic are financial-aid-eligible; non‑credit advanced EMS training is not.

Program highlights:

• • • • • •

Program description:

These programs provide training for all levels of EMS providers. Tri-C offers the Critical Care Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic (CCEMTP) and cross-over nurse to paramedic programs. This training updates information for recertification of all levels of EMS providers.

Contact information:

Gwen Kovach 216-987-5429 www.tri-c.edu/publicsafety

Emergency Medical Responder EMT Basic EMT Paramedic Critical Care Paramedic

BLS for Healthcare Providers Emergency Medical Refresher Paramedic Refresher Critical Care Paramedic Nurse to Paramedic Program Public Safety Dispatch

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Complete in 1 Week

Drone Academy Completion time:

One week

Upon completion students get:

An understanding of how and when to utilize drones for emergency and homeland security situations

Prequalification:

Professional development for law enforcement, fire or other first responders, or receive approval from Chief Clayton Harris

Program cost:

$500

Included in cost:

Course handouts and materials

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

Hands-on experience

Program description:

This one-week drone operator course introduces first responders to drone technology, including its capabilities and uses in law enforcement and other emergency response situations. The course provides hands-on experience via simulations and practice drills. Upon completion, first responders will have an understanding of how and when to utilize drones for emergency and homeland security situations.

Contact information:

Teresa Bryan 216-987-4121 www.tri-c.edu/droneacademy

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Complete in 2 to 7 Weeks

911 Telecommunications 2 to 7 weeks

Upon completion students get:

Certifications in 911 Telecommunications, CPR and Emergency Medical Dispatch

Job opportunities:

Law enforcement agencies or military

Salary range students expected to earn:

$38,870 - $42,940 annually

Salary source:

Bureau of Labor Statistics

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Police and fire departments, ambulance dispatch centers, transportation/freight companies, call centers

Program cost:

911 Telecommunications - $300 Emergency Medical Dispatch - $250 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) - $50 Combined Course - $600

Included in cost:

Polo shirt, class materials

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

911 Telecommunications • APCO Public Safety Telecommunicator (PST) certified course • Meets American National Standards as contained in the ANSI-approved minimum training standard for public safety telecommunicators (APCO ANS 3.103.2.2015) Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation • Participants receive First Aid/CPR/AED certification upon successful completion Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) • Prepares participants to test for APCO EMD Certification

Program description:

911 Telecommunications • Five-week, 80-hour course consisting of classroom and hands-on training, including keyboarding and listening and responding to actual 911 and non-emergency calls Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation • Eight-hour American Heart Association course Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) • Two-week, 40-hour course identifying roles and responsibilities, legal and liability issues, quality assurance and stress management for Emergency Medical Dispatchers Combined Course • Designed for those seeking certifications in 911 Telecommunications, CPR and EMD

Contact information:

Carrie Havens 216-987-3033 www.tri-c.edu/dispatch Updated: 5/2017

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Completion time:


HEALTH CARE

INSIDE: State-Tested Nursing Assistant – Accelerated Program .................................... 65 State-Tested Nursing Assistant ..................... 67 Community Health Worker ............................ 69 Patient Access Specialist ............................. 71 Comprehensive Certified Professional Medical Coder (CPC) – Online........................ 72 Comprehensive Certified Professional Medical Coder (CPC) .................................... 74 Lean Six Sigma Yellow and Green Belt for Health Care ........................... 76

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Complete in 2 Weeks

State-Tested Nursing Assistant – Accelerated Program Completion time:

Three weeks

Upon completion, students get:

•A  merican Heart Association BLS CPR for Health Care Providers • Clinical experience (16 hours) • Skills Test Review Sessions/State Exam Preparation • Graduation Ceremony • Tri-C Certification of Completion • Certificate from the State of Ohio (upon successfully passing test) • Eligibility to take the Ohio Department of Health Nurse Aide Competency Exam for certification • Job readiness/professionalism

Types of jobs students can expect to get:

Student would be eligible to work as a state-tested nursing assistant in long-term and acute care facilities (i.e., nursing homes, hospice agencies, assisted living, independent living, home health agencies, hospitals, patient-centered medical homes and clinics).

Salary range students can expect to earn:

$18,900 - $31,900 annually

Salary source:

careeronestop.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

• • • • •

Program cost:

$1,000

Included in cost:

Textbook, background check and state competency examination fees

Financial aid eligibility:

Scholarships, third-party funders, self-pay and payment plans available

Program highlights:

• • • •

Program description:

If you are a caring individual who enjoys helping people, the STNA position is for you. STNAs work in a variety of health care settings to improve their patients' well-being by assisting them with personal care and monitoring progress with their recovery goals. STNAs work as Care Partners, Patient Care Assistants, Caregivers, Clinical Assistants, Home Health Aides, Resident Assistants and more.

 niversity Hospitals U Cleveland Clinic Kindred Healthcare Westlake Village St. Augustine Manor

Safety Communication Infection control Resident's rights

• Basic nursing skills • Personal care skills • Professionalism in health care

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Complete in 2 Weeks

Other important information:

This is an accelerated (fast-paced) program. Class registration may close seven days prior to start of classes. Successful BCI fingerprinting and background check is required along with completion of immunization requirements. Immunization requirements include two-step TB testing and influenza (seasonal only). Contact the office for further details and to arrange STNA packet pickup.

Contact information:

216-987-3171 www.tri-c.edu/stna

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Complete in 6 1/2 Weeks

State-Tested Nursing Assistant Completion time:

6 1/2 weeks

Upon completion, students get:

•A  merican Heart Association BLS CPR for Health Care Providers • Clinical experience (16 hours) • Skills Test Review Sessions/State Exam Preparation • Graduation Ceremony • Tri-C Certification of Completion • Certificate from the State of Ohio (upon successfully passing test) • Eligibility to take the Ohio Department of Health Nurse Aide Competency Exam for certification • Job readiness/professionalism

Types of jobs students can expect to get:

Student would be eligible to work as a state-tested nursing assistant in long-term and acute care facilities (i.e., nursing homes, hospice agencies, assisted living, independent living, home health agencies, hospitals, patient-centered medical homes, hospitals and clinics).

Salary range students can expect to earn:

$18,900 - $31,900 annually

Salary source:

careeronestop.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

• • • • •

Program cost:

$1,500

Included in cost:

Textbook and state competency examination fees

Financial aid eligibility:

Scholarships, third-party funders, self-pay and payment plans available

Program highlights:

• • • • • • •

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Safety Communication Infection control Resident's rights Basic nursing skills Personal care skills Professionalism in health care


Complete in 6 1/2 Weeks

Program description:

If you are a caring individual who enjoys helping people, the STNA position is for you. STNAs work in a variety of health care settings to improve their patients' well-being by assisting them with personal care and monitoring progress with their recovery goals. STNAs work as Care Partners, Patient Care Assistants, Caregivers, Clinical Assistants, Home Health Aides, Resident Assistants and more.

Other important information:

Class registration may close seven days prior to start of classes. Successful BCI fingerprinting and background check is required along with completion of immunization requirements. Immunization requirements include two-step TB testing and influenza (seasonal only). Contact the office for further details and to arrange STNA packet pickup.

Contact information:

216-987-3171 www.tri-c.edu/stna

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Complete in 24 Weeks

Community Health Worker Completion time:

24 weeks

Upon completion students get:

• Certificate of completion • American Heart Association BLS CPR for Health Care Providers

Types of jobs students can expect to get:

Community Health Worker or Community Health Advocate working for social service agencies, government agencies, medical insurance companies, health clinics

Salary range students expected to earn:

$24,274 - $45,516 annually

Salary source:

payscale.com

Program cost:

$2,000

Anything included in cost beyond course:

Textbooks

Financial aid eligibility:

Scholarships, third-party funding programs and payment plans available for those who qualify

Program highlights:

• Community health worker core and health promotion • Medical terminology • Anatomy and physiology • Electronic health records • Professionalism in health care

Program description:

The community health worker (CHW) serves as a bridge between the community and the health care, government and social service systems. Job scope includes: • Provide clients with the psychosocial support needed to cope with chronic, acute or terminal illnesses • Advocate for clients or patients to resolve crises • Collaborate with other professionals to evaluate patients’ medical or physical condition and to assess client needs • Refer patient, client or family to community resources to assist in recovery from illness and to provide access to services such as financial assistance, legal aid, housing, job placement or education Continued on next page

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Complete in 24 Weeks

Other important information:

The CHW student must complete 100 hours of classroom training and 130 hours of field service. A successful background check is required. A completed application along with a $35 fee will be forwarded to The Ohio Board of Nursing for certification. The classroom training is offered in the evening and the vast majority of the field service opportunities are during the day hours. Please contact the office for further details.

Contact information:

Shawanna Rice 216-987-3171 shawanna.rice@tri-c.eduu

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Complete in 18 Weeks

Patient Access Specialist Completion time:

18 weeks

Upon completion students get:

• Certificate of completion • Eligibility to sit for the Certified Healthcare Access Associate (CHAA) exam through the National Association of Healthcare Access Management (NAHAM)

Types of jobs students can expect to get:

Patient Access Specialist in hospital setting

Salary range students expected to earn:

$19,600 - $49,600 annually

Salary source:

careeronestop.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Hospitals and ambulatory health centers throughout Northeast Ohio

Program cost:

$3,000

Included in cost:

Textbooks and CHAA exam fees

Financial aid eligibility:

Scholarships, third-party funders, self-pay, and payment plans available

Program highlights:

• • • • • •

Program description:

The Patient Access Specialist program is a fast-track program designed to prepare individuals for multiple entry-level opportunities available in the inpatient health care setting. The Patient Access Specialist role includes providing medical office support for a physicians practice, hospital clinic or outpatient department. Tasks and responsibilities may involve patient registration, admission/ discharge procedures, insurance verification, patient billing, scheduling, financial counseling and customer service to patients and family members.

Other important information:

Job shadowing/externship placement is contingent upon local employer needs

Contact information:

Shawanna Rice 216-987-3171 shawanna.rice@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/pas

Medical terminology Essentials of Electronic Heath Records Patient Access Specialist fundamentals Externship experience Experience in professional health care environment Fundamentals of billing reimbursement

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Complete in 24 Weeks

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Comprehensive Certified Professional Medical Coder (CPC) – Online Completion time:

24 weeks

Upon completion students get:

• Certificate of completion • Eligibility to sit for the AAPC CPC (Certified Professional Coder) exam

Types of jobs students can expect to get:

CPCs are needed in hospitals, clinics, physician offices, long-term care facilities and medical billing companies.

Salary range students expected to earn:

$24,000 - $50,000 annually

Salary source:

AAPC Salary Survey Data

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Health care employers across Northeast Ohio

Program cost:

$4,200

Included in cost:

Textbooks, CPC exam fees and student AAPC membership; background check is not included in cost

Financial aid eligibility:

Scholarships, third-party funders, self-pay, and payment plans available

Program highlights:

• Medical terminology • Anatomy and physiology • CPT coding

Program description:

Professional Medical Coders are an important component of the medical billing process and the health care team. Every time a patient receives care in a physician practice, hospital outpatient facility or ambulatory surgical center, the provider must document what services were performed. The Professional Medical Coder reviews the documentation in the medical record to determine the work that was done and assigns codes (CPT codes, ICD-10 codes, and HCPCS codes) so that the medical claims can be submitted for reimbursement. This comprehensive online program utilizes the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) curriculum, and is designed to prepare individuals to take the Certified Professional Coder examination. Job shadowing/externship placement is contingent upon local employer needs.

• HCPCS coding • ICD-10 coding

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Complete in 24 Weeks

Other important information:

This is an online course through AAPC's Distance Learning program. This course is recommended for those with previous medical billing and coding experience. Students are given access to the AAPC online Practicode tool, which provides authentic coding case studies and exercises to develop coding skills. Registration is suggested one week prior to start of classes to allow for shipment of text materials. Classroom based training is also available.

Contact information:

Shawanna Rice 216-987-3171 shawanna.rice@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/medcoding Updated: 9/22/2015

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Complete in 24 Weeks

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Comprehensive Certified Professional Medical Coder (CPC) Completion time:

24 weeks

Upon completion students get:

• Certificate of completion • Eligibility to sit for the AAPC CPC (Certified Professional Coder) exam

Types of jobs students can expect to get:

CPCs are needed in hospitals, clinics, physician offices, long-term care facilities and medical billing companies.

Salary range students expected to earn:

$24,000 - $50,000 annually

Salary source:

AAPC Salary Survey Data

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Health care employers across Northeast Ohio

Program cost:

$5,600

Anything included in cost beyond course:

Textbooks, CPC exam fees and student AAPC membership; background check is not included in cost

Financial aid eligibility

Grants, scholarships, third-party funders, self-pay, and payment plans available

Program highlights:

• Medical terminology • Anatomy and physiology • CPT coding • HCPCS coding • ICD-10 coding

Program description:

Professional Medical Coders are an important component of the medical billing process, and the health care team. Every time a patient receives care in a physician practice, hospital outpatient facility or ambulatory surgical center, the provider must document what services were performed. The Professional Medical Coder reviews the documentation in the medical record to determine the work that was done and assigns codes (CPT codes, ICD-10 codes and HCPCS codes) so that the medical claims can be submitted for reimbursement. This comprehensive program utilizes the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) curriculum, and is designed to prepare individuals to take the Certified Professional Coder examination. Job shadowing/externship placement is contingent upon local employer needs. Continued on next page

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Complete in 24 Weeks

Other important information:

Students are given access to the AAPC online Practicode tool, which provides authentic coding case studies and exercises to develop coding skills. Classroom based courses are offered both day and evening. An online course is also available for experienced health care professionals.

Contact information:

Shawanna Rice 216-987-3171 shawanna.rice@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/medcoding Updated: 9/22/2015

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Complete in 3-5 Months

Lean Six Sigma Yellow and Green Belt for Health Care Completion time:

3 – 5 months (68 contact hours)

Upon completion students get:

Lean Six Sigma Yellow or Green Belt certification

Job opportunities:

Work directly with project leaders to carry out improvement projects using LSS methodologies in a health care organization

Salary range students expected to earn:

$39,000 – $89,000 annually

Salary source:

Quality Progress (www.qualityprogress.com)

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Health care organizations

Program cost:

Yellow Belt: $1,400 Green Belt: $3,700 (both Yellow and Green Belt content; no prerequisities)

Included in cost:

Course materials, online modules, lunches, certification exam for Green Belt

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Virtual online options available • LSS course customized to meet the needs of current and future health care professionals • Blends 40 hours of traditional classroom instruction with 28 hours of required online learning and assignments

Program description:

To receive certification, participants must attend all class sessions, complete all online assignments and complete a College-approved Lean Six Sigma project (Green Belt only).

Contact information:

Open Enrollment Programs 216-987-2909 CorporateCollege@corporatecollege.com www.tri-c.edu/quality

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TRANSPORTATION CENTER

INSIDE: Class A CDL Truck Driver Training .................. 78 Class B CDL Accelerated Training.................. 80 Class A or B CDL Refresher Course ............... 82 Passenger and School Bus Training .............. 83 Powered Industrial Truck/ Forklift Operator Training .............................. 84


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Complete in 5-9 Weeks

Class A CDL Truck Driver Training Completion time:

160 hours: • Day classes: 4 weeks of training plus testing in the 5th week • Evening classes: 8 weeks of training plus testing in the 9th week • Weekend classes: 8 weeks of training plus testing in the 9th week

Upon completion students get:

Tri-C Achievement Award and certificate from state of Ohio

Job opportunities:

There is a driver shortage in every area of the field. It is estimated that 120,000 drivers are needed today to fill the openings, and the demand will continue to grow. In Northeast Ohio, drivers are needed for every industry and, with oil and gas exploration, many new jobs will be created just for that industry. Regional, local and specialized drivers are in high demand across the country. Transit bus, school bus and charter bus drivers are also needed now.

Salary range students expected to earn:

$29,000-$45,000 annually

Salary source:

Payscale.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Local and national transportation companies.

Program cost:

$5,295 plus non-refundable $200 administrative fee

Included in cost:

• • • • •

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• • • •

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160 hours of classroom and hands-on training and testing provides instruction in driver safety, transporting cargo safety, air brakes, combination vehicles, tank vehicles, and hazardous materials. Training includes pre-trip vehicle inspection, vehicle control and on-road driving (required for skills testing) Course includes: • 40 hours classroom instruction • 10 hours CDL permit testing preparation • 40 hours minimum actual behind-the-wheel time that combines skills training (maneuverability) and road training. • 70 hours of combined time spent observing skills, working on the pre-trip inspection required to pass the state CDL test, plus the actual state CDL test itself.

Other important information:

Prerequisites: • 18 years of age or older • Valid Ohio driver’s license • Must pass DOT physical/drug screen prior to training • High school diploma or GED A separate program application is required (available online or in person). This program is licensed by the Ohio Department of Public Safety as a CDL driver training school.

Contact information:

Andrea Hare 216-987-3231 Transportation@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/transportation Updated: 1/30/2015

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Complete in 4-7 Weeks

Class B CDL Accelerated Training Completion time:

120 hours: • Day classes: 3 weeks plus testing in the 4th week • Evening classes: 6 weeks plus testing in the 7th week • Weekend classes: 6 weeks plus testing in the 7th week

Upon completion students get:

Tri-C Achievement Award and state certificate

Job opportunities:

Charter bus drivers are needed now. Employment of drivers is good, with increases in the number of class B jobs occurring in the summer.

Salary range students expected to earn:

$17,000-$40,000 annually

Salary source:

Payscale.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Municipalities, concrete companies and local trash collection companies

Program cost:

$4,000 plus $200 non-refundable administrative fee

Included in cost:

• • • • •

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• • • •

Program description:

This 120-hour course is designed to familiarize the student with the skills required to obtain a Class B CDL driver’s license. It includes classroom work, driving-skills training and road driving. • 40 hours of classroom time and testing, covering all federal requirements • Minimum 8 hours of skills pad (maneuverability) training • Minimum 10 hours of on-the-road training • Minimum of another 12 hours behind the wheel working on maneuverability or road skills • 40 hours for pre-trip, test preparation and testing

CDL learner's permit DOT physical and drug screen Classroom materials CDL state test CDL license upon passing state testing Industry-related equipment Manual-shift transmission Small classes Virage simulator training

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Prerequisites: • 18 years of age or older • Valid Ohio driver’s license • Must pass DOT physical/drug screen prior to training • High school diploma or GED A separate program application is required (available online or in person). This CDL training program is licensed by the Ohio Department of Public Safety as a CDL driver training school.

Contact information:

Andrea Hare 216-987-3231 TruckDriving@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/truckdriving Updated: 1/30/2015

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Complete in 1 Week

Class A or B CDL Refresher Course Completion time:

One week (40 hours of classroom and skills instruction)

Upon completion students get:

Tri-C Achievement Award

Job opportunities:

There is a driver shortage in every area of the field. It is estimated that 120,000 drivers are needed today to fill the openings, and the demand will continue to grow. In Northeast Ohio, drivers are needed for every industry, and with oil and gas exploration, many new jobs will be created just for that industry. Regional, local and specialized drivers are in high demand across the country. Transit bus, school bus and charter bus drivers are needed now and as populations grow.

Salary range students expected to earn:

$29,000-$45,000 annually, depending on the type of vehicle and company position

Salary source:

Payscale.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

A variety of local and national companies

Program cost:

$1,495 plus $200 non-refundable administrative fee

Included in cost:

N/A

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• • • • • • •

Program description:

Includes classroom and hands-on training and observation time

Other important information:

Prerequisites: • 18 years of age or older • Current Ohio CDL A or B license • Current DOT physical/drug screen card This CDL training program is licensed by the Ohio Department of Public Safety as a CDL driver training school.

Contact information:

Andrea Hare 216-987-3231 Transportation@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/transportation

Industry-related equipment Eaton auto-shift transmission 10-speed manual transmission Eaton’s VORAD® collision-avoidance radar Small classes Virage simulator training 6-speed manual transmission box truck

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Complete in 1 Week

Completion time:

One week (40 hours)

Upon completion students get:

Tri-C Achievement Award

Job opportunities:

School bus drivers are needed now and as populations grow. Employment of bus drivers is projected to grow nine percent from 2012 to 2022.

Salary range students expected to earn:

$17,000-$40,000 annually

Salary source:

Payscale.com

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Cities, school districts, motor coach companies

Program cost:

$900 plus $200 non-refundable administrative fee

Included in cost:

N/A

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• • • •

Program description:

40 hours of instruction for current Ohio CDL holders only. Includes classroom and hands-on training and observation time.

Other important information:

Prerequisites: • 18 years of age or older • Current Ohio CDL A or B license • Current DOT physical/drug screen card A separate program application is required (available online or in person). This CDL training program is licensed by the Ohio Department of Public Safety as a CDL driver training school.

Contact information:

Andrea Hare 216-987-3231 Transportation@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/transportation

Industry-related equipment Virage simulator training Auto-shift transmission Small classes

Updated: 1/30/2015

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Passenger and School Bus Training


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Complete in 1 Day

Powered Industrial Truck/Forklift Operator Training Completion time:

One day (8 hours)

Upon completion students get:

Tri-C Achievement Award and wallet card

Job opportunities:

Considered an entry-level supply chain job, trained PIT/ forklift operators are positioned to understand more about distribution operations and take on more responsibility related to warehouse duties.

Salary range students expected to earn:

$20,000-$40,000 annually

Salary source:

Payscale.com

Program cost:

$200

Included in cost:

N/A

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Industry-related equipment • Hands-on training in warehouse conditions • Small classes

Program description:

This eight-hour introductory class provides initial and continued training opportunities for the operation of powered industrial trucks in line with industry standards. The course, based on OSHA 1910.78 objectives, is focused on safety and basic knowledge. Classroom and hands-on training are provided in warehouse conditions.

Other important information:

Must be 18 years of age or older

Contact information:

Andrea Hare 216-987-3231 Transportation@tri-c.edu www.tri-c.edu/transportation Updated: 1/30/2015

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CORPORATE COLLEGE®

INSIDE: Enrolled Agent .............................................. 86 Frontline Manager Certificate Program ........... 87 Plexus AS9100D Understanding and Internal Auditing (Aerospace) .................. 88 Exemplar Global Certified/Plexus: ISO 9001: 2015 Lead Auditor Training............................ 89 Exemplar Global Certified/Plexus: ISO 9001 Understanding and Internal Auditor Training ... 90 Plexus: ISO 13485:2016 - Medical Devices Understanding and Internal Auditor ................ 91 Plexus Understanding and Internal Auditing for ISO 14001:2015........................................... 92 Exemplar Global Certified /Plexus: ISO 9001:2015 Internal Auditor Training with IATF 16949:2016 Automotive Emphasis ......... 93 Lean Six Sigma: Yellow Belt, Green Belt, Black Belt ..................................................... 94 Lean Six Sigma Yellow and Green Belt for Health care ............................................. 96 LeanOhio Boot Camp: Transforming the Public Sector ................................................ 97 Microsoft Administrative Professional (MAP) Academy....................................................... 98 Certified Manager of Apartments.................. 100 Budgeting Certificate................................... 101 Home Inspector Training .............................. 102 Individual Professional Development Courses (not part of a certificate program) ................ 104


Complete in 3 Months

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Enrolled Agent Completion time:

Three months

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of completion

Job opportunities:

Tax preparation specialist for individuals, businesses, corporations and public organizations

Salary range students expected to earn:

$45,000 - $90,000 annually

Salary source:

BLS.gov

Program cost:

$1,269

Included in cost:

Course materials

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Blended learning • Flexible weekend schedule • Flexible payment plans available

Program description:

Enrolled agents are licensed by the federal government and have demonstrated special competence in tax matters and professional ethics. They can practice before the IRS anywhere in the United States. The Enrolled Agent program is a blended learning program intended to prepare participants to pass the IRS Special Enrollment Examination (SEE). Sessions are structured based on the Gleim System for Success. The SEE is a three-part exam administered by Prometrics on behalf of the IRS. You must successfully pass all three parts to receive IRS-EA certification.

Other important information:

• All EA candidates must obtain a Preparer Tax Identification number (PTIN) • EA’s require 72 hours of continuing education every two years • Exams are $115 per part; students must register and schedule exams with Prometrics directly • Visit www.irs.gov/tax-professionals/enrolled-agents for more information

Contact information:

Open Enrollment Programs 216-987-2909 CorporateCollege@corporatecollege.com www.tri-c.edu/finance Updated: 10/12/2015

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Complete in 3-6 Months

Frontline Manager Certificate Program Three to six months depending on course sequence

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of completion for each course as well as program certificate

Job opportunities:

For students with a bachelor’s degree, management positions are available in all industries from heath care, to marketing, financial services and manufacturing. For students with a high school diploma, management positions are available in food services, lodging and real estate.

Salary range students expected to earn:

With a bachelor’s degree: $60,000 – $80,000 annually With a high school diploma: $46,000 – $52,000 annually

Salary source:

U.S. Department of Labor

Program cost:

$1,550 ($99/$169 per course)

Included in cost:

Course materials

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

Flexible payment plans available

Program description:

Every year, thousands of employees are hired or promoted into their first management role - and every year, many of them fail. Frontline employees play a critical role in your business. Selecting and building management skills is central to an organization’s business strategy. While strong leaders set an organization’s vision, strong supervisors and managers communicate and realize that vision.

Other important information:

Courses included in the certificate program: • Effective Communication • Becoming a Team Player • Dealing with Difficult People • Delivering Great Customer Service • Embracing Change at Work • Frontline Leadership • Handling Conflict at Work • Prioritizing My Time • Professionalism • Using Your Strengths

Contact information:

Open Enrollment Programs 216-987-2909 CorporateCollege@corporatecollege.com www.tri-c.edu/leadership Updated: 5/18/2015

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Completion time:


Complete in 3 Days

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Plexus AS9100D Understanding and Internal Auditing (Aerospace) Completion time:

Three days

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of completion

Job opportunities:

Quality Management Systems Auditors

Salary range students expected to earn:

$65,000 - $75,000 annually depending on education, experience, size of organization and location

Salary source:

ASQ (2015) Salary Survey

Program cost:

$1,095

Included in cost:

Course materials and lunch

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Perform audits based on the ISO 9001:2011 and AS 9101F guidance • Identify the requirements of an auditor • Form an audit team; plan, prepare and execute an audit; and conduct an audit meeting • Certification exam taken in class • Flexible payment plans available

Program description:

This three-day course is designed for both new auditors and those looking to sharpen their auditing skills. It will provide the tools to effectively audit your organization’s AS9100 quality management system. Participants will acquire the skills to become leaders in preparing and conducting first- and second-party audits through interactive teaching methods.

Other important information:

Course includes all Revision D updates.

Contact information:

Open Enrollment Programs 216-987-2909 CorporateCollege@corporatecollege.com www.tri-c.edu/quality Updated: 10/13/2015

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Complete in 5 Days

Exemplar Global Certified/Plexus: ISO 9001:2015 Lead Auditor Training Five days

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of completion

Job opportunities:

Auditor

Salary range students expected to earn:

$65,000 - $75,000 annually depending on education, experience, size of organization and location.

Salary source:

ASQ (2015) Salary Survey

Program cost:

$1,850

Included in cost:

Course materials and lunch

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Perform audits based on the ISO 9001:2015 standard • Form an audit team and conduct audit meetings • Flexible payment plans available

Program description:

This course is designed for both new auditors and those looking to sharpen their current auditing skills. Participants will acquire the necessary skills to become leaders in preparing and conducting first- and second- party audits through interactive methods. ISO International Standards ensure that products and services are safe, reliable and of good quality. These strategic tools reduce costs by minimizing waste and errors and increasing productivity. They help companies access new markets, level the playing field for developing countries and facilitate free and fair global trade.

Other important information:

A written exam covering the content of ISO 9001 and the application of audit principles and practices based on ISO 19011 will be administered during class. Those who pass will receive a certificate of completion, which satisfies the training requirement for individual quality management auditor certification by Exemplar Global. Those who do not pass will receive a certificate of attendance from Corporate College.

Contact information:

Open Enrollment Programs 216-987-2909 CorporateCollege@corporatecollege.com www.tri-c.edu/quality Updated: 5/13/2016

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Completion time:


Complete in 3 Days

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Exemplar Global Certified/Plexus: ISO 9001 Understanding and Internal Auditor Training Completion time:

Three days

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of completion

Salary range students expected to earn:

$65,000 - $75,000 annually depending on education, experience, organization and location

Salary source:

ASQ (2015) Salary Survey

Program cost:

$1,195

Included in cost:

Course materials and lunch

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Perform audits based on the ISO 9001:2015 standard • Form an audit team and conduct audit meetings • Flexible payment plans available

Program description:

This course provides new or current internal auditors an understanding of ISO 9001:2015 and a process-approach methodology. Participants will acquire the skills to become leaders in preparing and conducting first- and second-party audits through interactive teaching methods. Successfully completing Exemplar Global Certified Internal Auditor Training will allow you to meet the training requirements for certification of individual QMS internal auditors.

Other important information:

A written exam covering the content of ISO 9001 and the application of audit principles and practices based on ISO 19011 will be administered during class. Those who pass receive a certificate of successful completion, which satisfies the training requirement for individual quality management auditor certification by Exemplar Global. Those who do not pass will receive a certificate of attendance from Corporate College.

Contact information:

Open Enrollment Programs 216-987-2909 CorporateCollege@corporatecollege.com www.tri-c.edu/quality Updated: 10/13/2015

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Complete in 3 Days

Plexus: ISO 13485:2016 – Medical Devices Understanding and Internal Auditor Three days

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of completion

Job opportunities:

Biomedical Auditor in the medical device, instruments and supplies industry

Salary range students expected to earn:

$65,000 - $75,000 annually depending on education, experience, organization and location

Salary source:

ASQ (2015) Salary Survey

Program cost:

$1,095

Included in cost:

Course materials and lunch

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Perform audits based on the ISO 19011 standard • Comply to the ISO 13485 standard by applying the Process Approach to your quality management system • Form an audit team and conduct an audit meeting • Written exam taken in class • Flexible payment plans available

Program description:

ISO 13485 specifies requirements for a quality management system where an organization demonstrates its ability to provide medical devices and related services that consistently meet customer requirements and regulatory requirements applicable to medical devices and related services. Designed for new and current internal auditors, this course provides an understanding of ISO 13485 and the skills to evaluate the effectiveness of the quality management system at your organization. You will be guided through the internal audit process, from planning an audit to reporting on audit results and following up on corrective actions.

Other important information:

A written exam that covers the content of ISO 13485 and the application of audit principles and practices based on ISO 13485 will be administered during class

Contact information:

Open Enrollment Programs 216-987-2909 CorporateCollege@corporatecollege.com www.tri-c.edu/quality Updated: 10/13/2015

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Completion time:


Complete in 3 Days

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Plexus Understanding and Internal Auditing for ISO 14001:2015 Completion time:

Three days

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of completion

Job opportunities:

Auditor

Salary range students expected to earn:

$65,000 - $75,000 annually depending on education, experience, organization and location

Salary source:

ASQ (2015) Salary Survey

Program cost:

$1,095

Included in cost:

Course materials and lunch

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Perform audits based on ISO 19011 standard • Demonstrate an understanding of ISO 14001 • Form an audit team • Conduct an audit meeting • Determine needed documentation and organize to the standard • Classify, record and resolve nonconformities • Implement preventative measures to avoid future nonconformities

Program description:

An environmental management system (EMS) based on the ISO 14001 standard is recognized worldwide as a superb methodology for reducing environmental hazards, maintaining regulatory compliance and as a cost-saving vehicle. Environmental management system internal auditors assist an organization in maintaining an effective EMS and in meeting environmentally sensitive targets and objectives. Using environmental methodology and tools, this ISO 14001:2015 EMS internal auditor class helps your organization drive continuous improvement.

Other important information:

A written exam covering the content of ISO 14001 and the application of audit principles and practices based on ISO 14001 will be administered during class. Those who pass receive a certificate of successful completion.

Contact information:

Open Enrollment Programs 216-987-2909 CorporateCollege@corporatecollege.com www.tri-c.edu/quality Updated: 10/13/2015

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Complete in 3 Days

Exemplar Global Certified/Plexus ISO 9001:2015 Internal Auditor Training with IATF 16949:2016 Automotive Emphasis Three days

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of completion

Salary range students expected to earn:

$65,000 - $75,000 annually depending on education, experience, organization, location, etc.

Salary source:

ASQ (2015) Salary Survey

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Automotive industry, including Chrysler, Ford Motor Co., and General Motors

Program cost:

$1,195

Included in cost:

Course materials and lunch

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Implement IATF 16949 • Translate links to automotive core tools and customer requirements • Perform and apply audit skills • Certification exam taken in class • Flexible payment plans available

Program description:

Internal auditors in the automotive industry are essential to providing the objective feedback required for maintaining and continuously improving an effective IATF 16949 quality management system. Recommended for new or current internal auditors responsible for internal quality audits, this course provides an in-depth review of ISO 9001:2015 and IATF 16949:2016.

Other important information:

A written exam that covers the content of IATF 16949 and the application of audit principles and practices based on IATF 16949 will be administered during class. Those who pass receive a certificate of successful completion, which satisfies the training requirement for individual quality management system internal auditor certification through Exemplar Global. Those who do not pass receive a certificate of attendance from Corporate College.

Contact information:

Open Enrollment Programs 216-987-2909 CorporateCollege@corporatecollege.com www.tri-c.edu/quality Updated: 10/13/2015

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Completion time:


Complete in 1-6 Months

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Lean Six Sigma: Yellow Belt, Green Belt, Black Belt Completion time:

Yellow: Three weeks Green: Seven weeks Black: Six months

Upon completion students get:

Lean Six Sigma Belt Certification

Job opportunities:

Lean Six Sigma skills are applicable to any position within any industry

Salary range students expected to earn:

Varies, but ASQ reports that those who have completed any level of Six Sigma training outearn those without Six Sigma by $17,033

Salary source:

ASQ Salary Survey (2014)

Program cost:

Yellow: $1,400 Green: $2,300 – Prerequisite: Yellow Belt Black: $3,725 – Prerequisite: Green Belt

Included in cost:

Course materials, online modules, lunch and certification exam for green and black belts

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Blended learning reduces time away from the office and ensures class time is spent reinforcing learning through hands-on activities and class discussions • Virtual online options available • Two hours of individual project coaching with instructor outside of class for green and black belts • Master black belt instructor with more than 20 years of experience teaching and consulting in LSS and continuous improvement methodologies • QI Macros one-year license included in green belt registration • MiniTab one-year license included with black belt registration • Flexible payment plans available Continued on next page

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LSS is a data-driven process that uses statistics, the DMAIC method, graphs and other tools to provide a framework for breakthrough performance improvement. The central idea behind LSS is that if an organization can measure how many “defects” there can be in a process, then it can easily and systematically identify ways to eliminate them with the aim of reaching as close to zero (no defects) as possible.

Other important information:

• Participants need a laptop for in‑class green and black belt sessions. • Participants must complete a yellow belt before moving to green belt, and a green belt before moving to black belt.

Contact information:

Open Enrollment Programs 216-987-2909 CorporateCollege@corporatecollege.com www.tri-c.edu/quality Updated: 10/13/2015

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Program description:


Complete in 3-5 Months

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Lean Six Sigma Yellow and Green Belt for Health Care Completion time:

3 – 5 months (68 contact hours)

Upon completion students get:

Lean Six Sigma Belt certification

Job opportunities:

Work directly with project leaders to carry out improvement projects using LSS methodologies in a health care organization

Salary range students expected to earn:

$39,000 – $89,000 annually

Salary source:

Quality Progress

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Health care organizations

Program cost:

Yellow Belt: $1,400 Green Belt: $3,700 (both Yellow and Green Belt content; no prerequisities)

Included in cost:

Course materials, online modules, lunches and certification exam for Green Belt

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Virtual online options available • Customized to meet the needs of current and future health care professionals • Blends 40 hours of traditional classroom instruction with 28 hours of required online learning and assignments

Program description:

To receive certification, participants must attend all class sessions, complete all online assignments and complete a College-approved Lean Six Sigma project (Green Belt only).

Contact information:

Open Enrollment Programs 216-987-2909 CorporateCollege@corporatecollege.com www.tri-c.edu/quality Updated: 10/13/2015

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Complete in 4 Days

LeanOhio Boot Camp: Transforming the Public Sector Four days

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of completion

Where our past program graduates are employed:

Ohio cities, townships, county governmental agencies, school districts and other public sector organizations

Program cost:

$1,395

Included in cost:

Course materials and lunch

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Make invisible processes visible so they can be dramatically simplified • Be an effective improvement team member • Flexible payment plans available

Program description:

LeanOhio Boot Camp is an intensive, four-day training that gets people learning and using Lean methods and tools. The program is tailored to the public sector workplace. Participants will be able to use their new knowledge and skills immediately – making government simpler, faster, better and less costly.

Contact information:

Open Enrollment Programs 216-987-2909 CorporateCollege@corporatecollege.com www.tri-c.edu/quality Updated: 10/13/2015

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Completion time:


Complete in 8-16 Weeks

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Microsoft Administrative Professional (MAP) Academy Completion time:

8 weeks | 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. | M-Th 12 weeks | 8 a.m.–1 p.m. | 3 days per week 16 weeks | 6–9:30 p.m. | 2 nights per week

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of Completion and preparation for four Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) 2016 certifications

Job opportunities:

Administrative support staff in any company using Microsoft products • Executive Assistant • Legal Assistant • Administrative Coordinator • Secretary • Concierge

Salary range students expected to earn:

$13–$18 hourly or $35,672–$50,000 annually

Salary source:

Burning Glass Labor Insights

Program cost:

Full time intensive: $4,995 Part time: $2,995

Included in cost:

All materials including books, test vouchers for certification exams and any test prep materials.

Financial aid eligibility:

No Continued on next page

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The Microsoft Administrative Professional (MAP) Academy is an IT Gateway program that can put you on a path to a rewarding career in fewer than 16 weeks. Some key learning outcomes include: • Word: Format text, paragraphs and sections; create tables and lists; create and manage references; insert and format images • Outlook: Customize settings; search, mark as read/unread; set reminders; create and manage calendars; create and manage contacts and groups • PowerPoint: Create and manage presentations; insert and format text, shapes and images; insert tables, charts, SmartArt and video; integrate slide transitions and animations • Excel: Create and manage worksheets and workbooks; manage data cells and ranges; create tables; execute operations with formulas and functions; create and manipulate charts and objects

Program description:

The MAP Academy is a series of courses when completed together results in four Microsoft certifications. Each Microsoft course covers levels one, two and three to prepare students to sit for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification. Students will also receive career development and soft skills training. MAP Academy also provides career development, covering essential office professional skills such as keyboarding and interpersonal communication.

Other important information:

Students must apply online and complete an assessment and a face-to-face interview to gain a spot in the program. Upcoming dates: Full time Part time (Day) July 3, 2017 August 28, 2017 October 30, 2017 January 16, 2018 April 23, 2018

Contact information:

Part time (Night) August 28, 2017 January 16, 2018

IT Center of Excellence 216-987-4770 ITFastTrack@tri-c.edu | www.tri-c.edu/map Updated: 5/10/2017

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Program highlights:


Complete in 1 Month

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Certified Manager of Apartments Completion time:

One month

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of completion

Job opportunities:

Apartment manager Leasing manager

Salary range students expected to earn:

$12 – $25 hourly

Salary source:

Northeast Ohio Apartment Association

Program cost:

$1,319

Included in cost:

Course materials

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Learn how to hire and manage property staff • Become familiar with fair housing/property policies and policies for residents • Learn about leasing and leases, rent payments, maintaining properties, marketing strategies, converting prospects into residents and more • Flexible payment plans available

Program description:

Northeast Ohio Apartment Association (NOAA) is committed to providing quality properties and services of the highest professional standards. To further this mission, Corporate College, and NOAA have partnered on a certification program to enhance the knowledge and skills of apartment managers in Northeast Ohio. NOAA members can apply their membership discount by calling the Enrollment Center at 216-987-3075.

Contact information:

Open Enrollment Programs 216-987-2909 CorporateCollege@corporatecollege.com Updated: 5/18/2015

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Complete in 2 Days

Budgeting Certificate

Two days

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of completion for each course as well as a program certificate

Program cost:

$638

Included in cost:

Course materials

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Comprehend the budgeting process, common types of budgets, and widely used methods of budgeting • Learn what a budget is and why it is important • Understand how to build budgets efficiently and effectively

Program description:

This program pays for itself several times over by giving participants potential ideas for budget savings that help reduce expenses and a more efficient budget process. Participants get hands-on practice building, reviewing, discussing and analyzing budgets. Real-world scenarios taught by an industry expert help participants practice and implement budgeting techniques. This program is ideal for employees who are new to budgeting or want to review budgeting and financial forecasting principles.

Other important information:

Courses included in the certificate program: • Introduction to Budgeting • Advanced Budgeting and Forecasting

Contact information:

Open Enrollment Programs 216-987-2909 CorporateCollege@corporatecollege.com www.tri-c.edu/finance Updated: 5/3/2017

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Completion time:


Complete in 1 Week

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Home Inspector Training Completion time:

One week

Upon completion students get:

Certificate of completion

Job opportunities:

Home Inspector

Salary range students expected to earn:

$58,000 annually

Salary source:

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Program cost:

$1,997

Included in cost:

Course materials and lunch

Financial aid eligibility:

No

Program highlights:

• Be your own boss • Flexible class scheduling • Good earning potential • Hands-on training with live home inspections • Quality training from experienced instructors

Program description:

This six-day training boot camp covers proper home inspection processes in addition to small business practices. This unique, hands-on approach includes classroom props, live inspections of real homes and community guest speakers. A Cleveland-area realtor will present on how to gain referrals and market to broker and real estate offices. Hands-on field training and instruction on building a client base and increasing profits are the building blocks that differentiate this course from others.

Contact information:

Open Enrollment Programs 216-987-2909 CorporateCollege@corporatecollege.com www.tri-c.edu/finance Updated: 5/3/2017

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Event Planning Institute

Check our website for Fall 2017 courses www.tri-c.edu/eventplanning Through 2022, job openings in Ohio's event and meeting planning industry in Ohio are expected to grow over 30 percent through 2022.* With the growth in new hotels, restaurants and venues, event planning is the skill set to have in Northeast Ohio. THE PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO: • Educate you in the fundamentals and practical knowledge of event and meeting planning • Provide you with the skills necessary to develop, plan, market and execute a successful event • Explain how to advance your event planning career

*Source: Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, Bureau of Labor Market Information, December 2014

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CORPORATE COLLEGE COURSES BUSINESS AND PERFORMANCE DEVELOPMENT Future of Aerospace Industry #30389 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Th,F Staff

From Sensors to Wearables to Health Monitoring $2,000 #30392 Oct. 19-20 8 a.m.-5 p.m. CCE Th,F Staff

FINANCE Finance for Non-Financial Managers $319 #30387 Sept. 11 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE M Mastrandrea #30391 Oct. 10-12 6-10 p.m. CCE T, Th Mastrandrea

ISO TRAINING AND CONSULTING Core Tools I: Plexus Understanding and Implementing APQP, Control Plans, PPAP and FMEA $995 #30419 Oct. 3-5 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE T-Th Staff

Core Tools II: Plexus Understanding and Implementing MSA and SPC $675 #30409 Nov. 7-8 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE T,W Staff

New! Plexus: Transitioning

ISO 9001:2008 to 2015

$725 #30162 Sep. 19-26 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE T Staff #30217 Oct. 31-Nov. 1 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. BUC T,W Staff

IATF 16949:2016

$725 #30172 Oct. 3-10 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE T Staff #30237 Nov. 14-15 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. BUC T,W Staff

LEADERSHIP Communicating for Leadership Success (Online) $120 #30351 Jul. 3, 2017- Online Staff Jun. 30, 2018 Note: Participants will have one month to complete course.

New! Addressing Poor Performance

$250 #30123 Sep. 13 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. CCE W Djordjevich #30230 Nov. 8 6-10 p.m. CCE W Staff

Addressing Poor Performance (Online) $120 #30347 Jul. 3, 2017- Online Jun. 30, 2018

Staff

Note: Participants will have one month to complete course.

Coaching for Peak Performance (Online) $120 #30348 Jul. 3, 2017- Online Jun. 30, 2018

Staff

Note: Participants will have one month to complete course.

Building and Sustaining Trust (Online) $120 #30353 Jul. 3, 2017- Online Jun. 30, 2018

Staff

Note: Participants will have one month to complete course.

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$2,000 Sep. 14-15 CCE

New! Plexus: Transitioning to


CORPORATE COLLEGE COURSES (continued) Leadership Skills for Working in a Lean/ Lean Six Sigma Environment

Professional Business Writing

New! Maximizing Team Performance

Advanced Professional Business Writing

Leading Virtually (Online)

Dynamic Presentation Skills

New! Fostering Innovation

$250 #30400 Sep. 6 8 a.m.-12 p.m. CCE W Djordjevich #30401 Nov. 1 6-10 p.m. CCE W Staff $120 #30349 Jul. 3, 2017- Online Jun. 30, 2018

Staff

Note: Participants will have one month to complete course.

New! Making Meetings Work (Online)

$120 #30350 Jul. 3, 2017- Online Jun. 30, 2018

Staff

Note: Participants will have one month to complete course.

New! Strategies for Influencing Others $250 #30404 Oct. 11 6-10 p.m. CCE W Staff #30405 Dec. 1 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. CCE F Schafer

$169 #30203 Oct. 20 1-5 p.m. CCE F Zawacki #30243 Nov. 29 6-10 p.m. CCE W Zawacki $199 #30154 Sep. 14 1-5 p.m. CCE Th Kline #30215 Oct. 28 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. CCE Sa Ryan #30236 Nov. 14 6-10 p.m. CCE T Kline

Authentic Self Through Strengths’ Application $199 #30136 Sep. 21 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. CCE Th Tonti #30242 Nov. 28 1-5 p.m. BUC T Tonti

Personal Strengths Strategy Coaching with Polly Tonti $499 #30399 Jul. 3, 2017- TBD Jun. 30, 2018 CCE TBD Tonti Note: Coaching sessions will be scheduled based on participant availability.

Fall 2017 • To register call 866-933-5175 • For complete course listing: www.tri-c.edu/workforce - 105 -

| CORPORATE COLLEGE |

$250 #30165 Sep. 27 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. CCE W Schafer #30212 Oct. 25 6-10 p.m. CCE W Webb

$250 #30148 Sep. 22 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE F Zawacki #30218 Oct. 10-12 6-10 p.m. CCE T,Th Zawacki #30231 Nov. 8 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE W Zawacki #30252 Dec. 9 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE Sa Zawacki

$1,250 #30202 Oct. 20-Nov. 3 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE F Barker


CORPORATE COLLEGE COURSES (continued)

| CORPORATE COLLEGE |

Connecting With People through Strengths

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

$199 #30221 Nov. 2 1-5 p.m. CCE Th Tonti #30249 Dec. 6 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. BUC W Tonti

New! Introduction to Agile Project

New! Emotional Intelligence (EQ) 2.0

PMI® Project Management Professional (PMP®) Exam Prep

$199 #30124 Sep. 18 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. CCE M Kline #30214 Oct. 27 1-5 p.m. CCE F Kline

Service Excellence Certificate $1,250 #30167 Sep. 29-Oct. 13 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE F Tonti

Strategy and Sales Solution Selling Workshop $879 #30201 Oct. 20-27 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE F Surtman

The Impact of Strengths on Your Career Path $199 #30181 Oct. 9 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. BUC M Tonti #30234 Nov. 13 1-5 p.m. CCE M Tonti

Train-the-Trainer Boot Camp $1,250 #30110 Aug. 1-15 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE T Windelspecht #30206 Oct. 23-Nov. 6 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE M Windelspecht

Management

$495 #30504 Nov. 3 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. BUC F Staff

$2,195 #30381 Aug. 14-18 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE M-F Staff #30376 Sep. 5-Oct. 5 6-9:30 p.m. CCW T,Th Staff #30373 Sep. 6-Nov. 8 6-9:30 p.m. ATTC W Staff

Level 1: Introduction to MS Project 2016 $495 #30434 Jul. 14 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE F Staff #30435 Sep. 15 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. ATTC F Staff #30436 Oct. 14 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCW Sa Staff

Level 2: MS Project 2016 Advanced $495 #30591 Jul. 28 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE F Staff #30593 Sep. 29 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. ATTC F Staff #30594 Oct. 28 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCW F Staff

Fall 2017 • To register call 866-933-5175 • For complete course listing: www.tri-c.edu/workforce - 106 -


CORPORATE COLLEGE COURSES (continued) QUALITY Leadership Skills for Working in a Lean/ Lean Six Sigma Environment Certificate $1,250 #30202 Oct. 20-Nov. 3 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE F Barker $275 #30153 Oct. 16-23 6-10 p.m. CCE M Arraiza-Monteux

New! Safety, Failure Modes and Effect Analysis: Using DMAIC

$275 #30210 Oct. 24 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE Th Nicol

Value Stream and Process Mapping $625 #30147 Sep. 22-Oct. 13 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE F Nicol Note: Online session is Sep. 22 and in-person sessions are Oct. 6 and 13.

Problem Solving: Blended Learning $650 #30200 Oct. 20-Nov. 17 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE F Sommers Note: Online session is Oct. 20 and in-person sessions are Nov. 3 and 17.

Lean for Education: Introduction $195 #30096 Jul. 3, 2017- Online Jun. 30, 2018

Staff

Note: Students have one month to complete course from date of registration confirmation.

Lean for Education: Comprehensive $375 #30370 Jul. 3, 2017- Online Jun. 30, 2018

Staff

$250 #30207 Oct. 24 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CCE Th Fazekas

Lean for Health Care: Comprehensive $375 #30371 Jul. 3, 2017- Online Jun. 30, 2018

Staff

Note: Students have one month to complete course from date of registration confirmation.

WorkOut: GE WorkOut Change Acceleration Process $425 #30152 Sep. 25-Oct. 11 6-9:30 p.m. CCE M,W Dixon

Lean Six Sigma GREEN BELT: Virtual Online *Note: This course contains both Yellow and Green Belt content and meets virtually online. There are mandatory virtual sessions where you are required to log into your computer and be on the phone for 2.5 hours at a specific date and time. Details below.

$3,700 #30150 Sep. 12, 2017- Online Feb. 12, 2018

Staff

Note: Mandatory 2.5-hour virtual sessions at 10 a.m. or 2:30 p.m. on Oct. 3, 31, Nov. 14, and Jan. 9.

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt to BLACK BELT: Virtual Online *Note: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification or knowledge is required prior to taking this class. This course meets virtually online. There are mandatory virtual sessions where you are required to log into your computer and be on the phone for 2.5 hours at a specific date and time. Details below.

$3,725 #30151 Sep. 12, 2017- Online Apr. 6, 2018

Staff

Note: Mandatory 2.5-hour virtual sessions at 10 a.m. or 2:30 p.m. on Oct. 3, 31, Nov. 14, and Jan. 9.

Note: Students have one month to complete course from date of registration confirmation.

Fall 2017 • To register call 866-933-5175 • For complete course listing: www.tri-c.edu/workforce - 107 -

| CORPORATE COLLEGE |

New! Lean and the Supply Chain

Lean Essentials Boot Camp Basics: Manufacturing Based


CORPORATE COLLEGE COURSES (continued) ASQ

HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

New! Certified Manager of Quality/

| CORPORATE COLLEGE |

Organizational Excellence (CMQ/OE) Refresher

$625 #30178 Oct. 7-Nov. 11 9 a.m.-1 p.m. CCE Sa Netzel Note: ASQ Member Pricing: $575

New! Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) Refresher

Food Industry online classes coming soon. Please visit our website for the following online classes being offered Jul. 3, 2017Jun. 30, 2018: • Ohio Level Two: Food Safety Manager Certificate • Allergen Friendly Series • Strategies for Increasing Sales

$615 #30199 Oct. 19-Dec. 14 6-9 p.m. CCE Th Brown Note: ASQ Member Pricing: $565

New! Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) Refresher

$695 #30171 Oct. 3-Dec. 12 6-9 p.m. CCE Th Demarco Note: ASQ Member Pricing: $645

New! Certified Quality Improvement Associate (CQIA) Refresher

$610 #30141 Sep. 2-30 9 a.m.-1 p.m. CCE Sa Netzel Note: ASQ Member Pricing: $560

New! Certified Quality Technician (CQT) Refresher

$615 #30163 Sep. 20-Nov. 8 6-9 p.m. CCE W Quarrick Note: ASQ Member Pricing: $565

EVENT PLANNING

New! Fundamentals of Meeting & Event Management

$597 #30445 Sep. 19-Dec. 12 6-9:30 p.m. CCE T Luketic

Fall 2017 • To register call 866-933-5175 • For complete course listing: www.tri-c.edu/workforce - 108 -


| CATEGORY |

Encore 55+ Adult Education FALL 2017

| CATEGORY |

The Encore 55+ Adult Education program promotes successful aging through the development of lifelong learning opportunities for adults 55 and older in diverse community and institutional settings.

For more information and course schedules: www.tri-c.edu/encore | 216-987-2274


ABLE/LITERACY SERVICES

INSIDE: ABLE/ESOL Classes................................... 111 ABLE/ESOL Off-Campus Classes ................ 112


ABLE/ESOL CLASSES – FREE You must register and attend an orientation before starting class. Register online at www.tri-c.edu/ABLE. Jul. 3-Aug. 23 MATTC TBD

10 a.m.-1 p.m. MW Allen, S

Jul. 3-Aug. 23 MTC 135

10 a.m.-1 p.m. MW Coats, T

Jul. 3-Aug. 23 MTC 135

5:30-8:30 p.m. MW Jenkins, C

Jul. 3-Aug. 23 ESS 1203-B

10 a.m.-1 p.m. MW James, K

Jul. 3-Aug. 23 ESS 1203-A

10 a.m.-1 p.m. MW Poskocil, J

Jul. 3-Aug. 23 West TBD

6-9 p.m. MW

Jul. 6-Aug. 24 MATTC 241

10 a.m.-1 p.m. TTh Chauhan, R

Jul. 6-Aug. 23 MATTC 251

10 a.m.-1 p.m. TTh Allen, S

Jul. 6-Aug. 23 UTC 135

10 a.m.-1 p.m. TTh Poskocil, J

Jul. 6-Aug. 24 UTC 135

5:30-8:30 p.m. TTh Franklin, A

Jul. 6-Jul. 24 ESS 1203-B

10 a.m.-1 p.m. TTh James, K

Jul. 6-Aug. 24 ESS 1203-B

10 a.m.-1 p.m. TTh Everett, L

Jul. 6-Aug. 24 ESS 1203-A

6-9:00 p.m. TTh Perkins, S

Jul. 6-Aug. 24 ESS 1203-B

5:30-8:30 p.m. TTh Chauhan, R

Aug. 28-Oct. 18 MATTC 131

10 a.m.-1 p.m. MW Allen, S

Aug. 28-Oct. 18 MTC 135

10 a.m.-1 p.m. MW Coats, T

Aug. 28-Oct. 18 MATTC 129

10 a.m.-1 p.m. MW Scipio, B

Aug. 28-Oct. 18 MATTC 133

5:30-8:30 p.m. MW Jenkins, C

Aug. 28-Oct. 18 MATTC 129

5:30-8:30 p.m. MW James, K

Caroniti, J

Aug. 28-Oct. 18 ESS 1203-B

10 a.m.-1 p.m. MW Daly, M

Aug. 28-Oct. 18 ESS 1203-A

10 a.m.-1 p.m. MW Poskocil, J

Aug. 28-Oct. 18 ESS 1203-B

10 a.m.-1 p.m. MW Chauhan, R

Aug. 28-Oct. 18 ESS 1203-A

5:30-8:30 p.m. MW Allen, S

Aug. 29-Oct. 19 MATTC 131

10 a.m.-1 p.m. TTh Everett, L

Aug. 29-Oct. 19 MATTC 129

10 a.m.-1 p.m. TTh Coats, T

Aug. 29-Oct. 19 MTC 135

10 a.m.-1 p.m. TTh Poskocil, J

Aug. 29-Oct. 19 MATTC 131

5:30-8:30 p.m. TTh Chauhan, R

Aug. 29-Oct. 19 ESS 1203-B

10 a.m.-1 p.m. TTh Daly, M

Aug. 29-Oct. 19 ESS 1203-B

10 a.m.-1 p.m. TTh Everett, L

Aug. 29-Oct. 19 ESS 1203-A

6-9:00 p.m. TTh Perkins, S

Aug. 29-Oct. 19 ESS 1203-B

5:30-8:30 p.m. TTh Scipio, B

Oct. 23-Dec. 13 MATTC 131

10 a.m.-1 p.m. MW Allen, S

Oct. 23-Dec. 13 MTC 135

10 a.m.-1 p.m. MW Coats, T

Oct. 23-Dec. 13 MATTC 129

10 a.m.-1 p.m. MW Scipio, B

Oct. 23-Dec. 13 MATTC 129

5:30-8:30 p.m. MW Jenkins, C

Oct. 23-Dec. 13 MTC 135

5:30-8:30 p.m. MW James, K

Oct. 24-Dec. 14 MATTC 131

10 a.m.-1 p.m. TTh Everett, L

Oct. 24-Dec. 14 MATTC 129

10 a.m.-1 p.m. TTh Coats, T

Fall 2017 • To register call 866-933-5175 • For complete course listing: www.tri-c.edu/workforce - 111 -

| ABLE/LITERACY SERVICES |

| ABLE/LITERACY SERVICES |

ABLE/Basic Skills


| ABLE/LITERACY SERVICES |

Oct. 24-Dec. 14 MTC 135

10 a.m.-1 p.m. TTh Poskocil, J

Oct. 24-Dec. 14 MTC 135

5:30-8:30 p.m. TTh Chauhan, R

Oct. 24-Dec. 13 ESS (East 3) 1203B

10 a.m.-1 p.m. MW Daly, M

Oct. 24-Dec. 13 ESS (East 3) 1203A

10 a.m.-1 p.m. MW Poskocil, J

Building Hope in the City

Oct. 24-Dec. 13 ESS (East 3) 1203B

5:30-8:30 p.m. MW Chauhan, R

Cleveland Heights High School

Oct. 24-Dec. 13 ESS (East 3) 1203A

5:30-8:30 p.m. MW Allen, S

Cleveland Sight Center

Oct. 25-Dec. 14 ESS (East 3) 1203B

10 a.m.-1 p.m. TTh Daly, M

Oct. 25-Dec. 14 ESS (East 3) 1203B

10 a.m.-1 p.m. TTh Everett, L

Oct. 25-Dec. 14 ESS (East 3) 1203A

6-9 p.m. TTh

Oct. 25-Dec. 14 ESS (East 3) 1203B

5:30-8:30 p.m. TTh Scipio, B

Perkins, S

* College Closed - July 4, Sept. 4, Nov. 23

OFF-CAMPUS

These courses are flexibly scheduled through the semester. Call 216-987-3029 or 216-987-2135, or visit www.tri-c.edu/ABLE, for more information or to enroll. Angela Mia Catholic Charities Cleveland Public Library Collinwood Library Cuyahoga Valley Career Center (CVCC) Delisle Center East Cleveland Library Esperanza Fatima Family Center Glenville Library Mayfield Library Murtis Taylor PNC Fairfax Connection Shaker Heights Library

English Language Skills I

Shore Cultural Centre

Jul. 3-Aug. 23 CCW TBD

Solon Library

9-11:30 a.m. MW Emblom, V

English Language Skills III Jul. 3-Aug. 23 CCW TBD

9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. MW Muntean, G

Jul. 3-Aug. 23 CCW TBD

9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. MW Timura, M

Jul. 3-Aug. 23 CCW TBD

5:30-9:00 p.m. MW Emblom, V

Jul. 3-Aug. 23 CCW TBD

5:30-9:00 p.m. MW Hinson, D

Taft School Towards Employment Urban Community School U.S. District Courthouse University Settlement

Fall 2017 • To register call 866-933-5175 • For complete course listing: www.tri-c.edu/workforce - 112 -


NONCREDIT REGISTRATION INFORMATION Payment Payment or appropriate information regarding payment (if your employer or an agency is paying) must be submitted at the time of registration. Accepted credit cards are MasterCard, VISA, American Express and Discover. Credit cards will not be accepted for in-person registration, but are accepted via online registration. A 2.4% service fee will apply to payments made by credit card.* Checks should be made payable to Cuyahoga Community College. A $30 processing fee will be charged for all checks returned for non-payment.

Program 60 Program 60 does not apply to courses held at Corporate College West or East or selected courses at other sites. Please call 866-933-5175 for more information.

Cancellations You will be contacted by phone, mail or email if a course is canceled or changed.

Workforce Drops, Cancellations and Transfers/Refund Policy Need to drop your class? For workforce open enrollment courses, a full refund is given if a completed withdrawal request is received before the class begins. No refund is given after the class begins.

Withdrawal Requests Withdrawal requests must come directly from the student or his/her designee. The official receipt date is the day and time the request is received in the Workforce, Community and Economic Development Division/Corporate College registration office. All refunds are paid by check from Cuyahoga Community College District to the student regardless of the method or source of original registration payment. Please allow three to four weeks for the refund check to be processed and mailed to the address given at the time of registration. If there has been an address change, please provide the corrected address with your withdrawal request.

Withdrawals and Substitutions for Corporate College and IT Courses • A full refund will be issued to the registered student if a completed withdrawal request is received prior to five business days before the class start date.

• A 50 percent refund will be issued for withdrawal requests received on or after five, but prior to three business days before the class start date. • There is no refund for withdrawal requests received on or after three days prior to the class start date; no exceptions will be made. • If unable to attend, you may substitute another person at no additional cost; please notify of change or substitution at least one day prior to class start date. • Withdrawal requests must come directly from the student or his/her designee; the official receipt date is the day and time the request is received in the Corporate College registration office.

Concurrent with Credit Classes Continuing education courses that are “linked” with credit courses will adhere to the stated Workforce, Community and Economic Development Division refund policy.

Canceled Classes If Cuyahoga Community College cancels a class, a full refund is automatically processed for students who do not choose to transfer to another available class. Using contact information you have provided, College personnel will make every attempt to contact you in the event that a class is canceled. Please make sure we have a valid daytime phone number on file. You may also inquire by calling the Workforce, Community and Economic Development Division/Corporate College registration office.

Transfer Requests Students may request a transfer to another available section on a seat-available basis.

How Do I Get My Textbooks? If your class is at … • MTC - Books are available online at www.tri-c.edu/books or at Metro Campus Book Center. • CCW - Books are available online at www.tri-c.edu/books or at Western Campus Book Center. • CCE - Books are available online at www.tri-c.edu/books or at Eastern Campus Book Center. If you have any questions, please call 866-933-5175.

Fall 2017 • To register call 866-933-5175 • For complete course listing: www.tri-c.edu/workforce - 113 -


NONCREDIT REGISTRATION INFORMATION Student Records You may access records for purpose of review and may question their content in accordance with existing College guidelines and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended by Public Law 93-568.

Continuing Education Units (CEU) One continuing education unit (CEU) is 10 contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction and qualified instruction. Continuing education units are awarded upon completion of demonstrated participation in an organized continuing education experience and are based on a minimum of 90 percent attendance and/or a competency evaluation. A student will earn all or none of the CEUs awarded.

Parking Protected, lighted parking is provided at all Cuyahoga Community College campuses. Free parking is available at Corporate College East. Information on parking for students can be obtained online through the following link: www.tri-c.edu/parking/index.html.

REGISTER AND PAY ONLINE This site allows the convenience of registering and paying for noncredit classes online by credit card or electronic check. You can also search for current courses by title, CRN or keywords.

IMPORTANT PAYMENT INFORMATION *Effective July 15, 2014, a 2.4% service fee will apply to all payments made by credit card for Cuyahoga Community College credit and noncredit tuition, fees and other student account charges. Call 216-987-3075 with any questions. Effective Oct. 1, 2015, payment by credit card will no longer be available in person. Credit card payments may still be made by registering online. Call 216-987-3075 with questions.

For maps to our locations, visit www.tri-c.edu/campuses. For public transportation information, call the RTAnswerline at 216-621-9500.

HOW TO REGISTER Visit www.tri-c.edu/workforce to download printable form. BY PHONE: 866-933-5175

Have credit card information available. BY MAIL

Complete form and mail with check, money order or purchase order to: Tri-C/Manufacturing Technology Center MTC Enrollment Center 2415 Woodland Ave. Cleveland, OH 44115 BY FAX: 216-987-3210

To register and pay with credit card or purchase order. IN PERSON

Effective Oct. 1, 2015, credit cards will no longer be accepted in person at the registration window. Payment may still be made by check or cash. To pay by credit card, you must complete registration online. Stop by Enrollment Center: • Metropolitan/Advanced Technology Training Center 3409 Woodland Ave. Cleveland, OH 44115 • Metropolitan/Manufacturing Technology Center 2415 Woodland Ave. Cleveland, OH 44115 • Eastern Campus 4250 Richmond Road Highland Hills, OH 44122 • Western Campus 11000 Pleasant Valley Road Parma, OH 44130 • Brunswick University Center 3605 Center Road Brunswick, OH 44212 • Westshore Campus 31001 Clemens Road Westlake, OH 44145 • Corporate College® East 4400 Richmond Road Warrensville Hts., OH 44128 • Corporate College® West 25425 Center Ridge Road Westlake, OH 44145

Fall 2017 • To register call 866-933-5175 • For complete course listing: www.tri-c.edu/workforce - 114 -


The workforce program prepared me for the career I have now.

Through workforce training at Tri-C®, Chris Groomes gained the skills he needed to begin a new career.

Chris came to Cuyahoga Community College’s Workforce, Community and Economic Development program right out of high school. His goal was to gain the skills he needed to become gainfully employed. After receiving certifications in Precision Machining and CNC programming, Chris got a job as a machinist in the aerospace industry. Tri-C gave Chris the opportunity to enter the workforce with career-building skills.

Are you ready to start a new career? Tri‑C’s Workforce, Community and Economic Development Division offers noncredit and credit training for individuals, including fast-track training programs with convenient class times that meet your schedule. Tri-C is the smart choice to get your start.

tri-c.edu/workforce 216-987-6000


Workforce, Community and Economic Development Division 2415 Woodland Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44115

FALL 2017 PROGRAM BOOK SHORT-TERM TRAINING FOR A LONG-TERM CAREER

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

WORKFORCE, COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIVISION

Health Care • Transportation Center • Corporate College • ABLE/Literacy Services tri-c.edu/workforce | 866-933-5175

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