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Training and Educational Solutions for Workers and Employers The Continuing & Professional Development Division of San Jacinto College offers programs and courses for individuals to retain or advance in their jobs, or make career transitions.  We provide training to companies and their employees to meet employers’ demands for a highly skilled workforce, while helping incumbent workers reach their potential.   No matter what your professional and educational goals, Continuing & Professional Development at San Jacinto College is your training connection for career success. Our courses are designed to provide practical skills and hands-on training in a targeted, time limited, training environment rather than a purely academic background. We stand ready to help you manage the rapid changes and new realities of today’s workplace.

Linked Classes Key to Days of Week

Classes labeled “Linked” are held in conjunction with academic/credit classes. Enrollment into these sections is limited and is on a space-available basis. CPD students in linked CE sections do not have to be admitted into the College and are TASP/THEA exempt. Courses that are linked with academic courses will adhere to the stated Continuing & Professional Development refund policy.

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Take Your Choice Any of over 1500 courses offered from our Credit Schedule can be taken for Non-credit. Contact the appropriate Credit Division for more information. 


Table of Contents Business and Professions

Health Occupations Emergency Health. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

Business. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

• Assessment

• Business and Marketing

• Leadership

• Quality

• Project Management

• Lean Manufacturing

• Teambuilding and Customer Service

• Command Spanish®

Professions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

• Bookkeeping

• Human Resource Management

• Financial – Bank Teller

• Real Estate

• Photography Technician

• Secretarial/Administrative Assistant

• Teacher/Education Training

• CPR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

• Advanced Cardiac Life Support – ACLS. . . . . . . . . 25

• International Trauma Life Support – ITLS. . . . . . . 25

• Emergency Medical Technician –  Basic. . . . . . . . . 25

• Emergency Medical Technician –  Intermediate . . . 26

• Emergency Medical Service Operations – EMS . . . 27

• Certified Medication Aide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

• Certified Nurse Aide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

• Suturing for Surgical Technologists. . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

• EKG Technician. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

• Phlebotomy Technician. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

• Sterile Processing Technician. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Medical Imaging. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

• Sectional Anatomy for Medical Imaging. . . . . . . . . 29

• Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Clinical . . . . 29

Medical Office. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Small Business Development Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Computers/IT Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

18

• Medical Office Professional. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

• Professional Medical Coding for CPC . . . . . . . . . . 30

• Optician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Applied Technologies and Trades. . . . . . . . . . .

32

Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32



Begin Here/Foundations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

• Welding

• Sheetmetal

Business Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

• Pipefitting

• HVAC/Refrigeration

Web Publishing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

• Automotive

Digital Graphics/Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

• Electrical/Electronics

IT Project Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

• Nondestructive Testing

Programming/Applications/Web Development . . . . . . 22

• Drafting

Networking/Web Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Aeronautics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Truck Driving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

• Computer Core Concepts • Microsoft Office Specialist

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Languages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Fast Track/Skills Development Programs. . . .

• English as a Second Language/Workplace Communication

• Welder Training

• Study Skills

• Automated Bookkeeping Specialist

• Certified Nurse Aide

• Business Application User

• Customer Service Specialist – Bilingual

• Nondestructive Testing

Personal Enrichment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

• Arts and Crafts

• Dance

• Financial Management

• Motorcycle Riders

• Music

• Sports and Recreation

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General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

62

Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

66

Test Preparation/GED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54

Registration Form. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

56

Maps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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• Business and Careers

• Computer and IT

• Writing and Language

• Personal and Professional Development

• Health Care

• Nonprofit Management

How To Read The Schedule Course Title Course ID

Introduction to International Business & Trade

Course Description

IBUS 1005

Prerequisites: None Study techniques for entering the international marketplace. Emphasis on the impact and dynamics of socio-cultural, demographic, economic, technological, and political-legal factors in the foreign trade environment. Note: Textbook required

Cost Course Reference Number

$220 # 50514 Sep 05–Sep 08 *Skip 11/21

CEU: 4.8 North 7:00p–10:00p

Time Class is Held No Class Held on that Day

HRS: 48 T

Hours

Continuing Education Units

Day Class is Held

Campus (room and building information will be provided to you at registration)

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440




Business and Professions Workforce Assessments

Thousands of companies worldwide use WorkKeys to measure their employees' job skills.

Benefits of Using WorkKeys • Identify gaps between employees’ skills and employment needs • Develop more efficient training strategies • Improve employees' success in entry-level and subsequent jobs Call 281.476.1839 for more information.

DISC Assessments Behavioral research suggests that the most effective people are those who understand themselves, both their strengths and copy to come weaknesses, so they can develop strategies to meet the demands of their environment. Four dimensions will be measured.

• • • •

How you respond to problems and challenges; How you influence others to your point of view; How you respond to the pace of the environment; and How you respond to rules and procedures set by others.

For more information call 281.476.1839.

Need training for your employees or your department? Experienced consultants at the Continuing & Professional Development Division of San Jacinto College are able to custom-design curriculum to meet your specific training and employee development needs

Training and development programs include: • • • • • • • •

Employee Assessment Business Processes Customer Service/Satisfaction Information Systems/Technology Employee Development/Leadership Training Communication in the Workplace including Command Spanish® and English Language Skills Licensure, Registration and Certification Programs Specialized Training for Industry Sectors: – Petrochemical – Aerospace – Health Care – Maritime – Nondestructive Testing

For information call: 281.476.1839 

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Principles of Management BMGT 1012

Prerequisites: None Study to learn the concepts, terminology, principles, theory and issues that are the substance of the practice of management. (BMGT 1303) Note: Textbook required

Business and Marketing Introduction to Business BUSG 1001

This course teaches fundamental business principles, including structure, function, resources, and operational processes. Prerequisites: BUSI 1301 $229 CEU: 4.8

HRS: 48

$229

CEU: 4.8

HRS: 48

#50284 North Aug 25 - Dec 11 10:30a - 11:50a

MW

#50283 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 5:00p - 6:20p

M

#50311 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 6:30p - 9:30p

M

Production and Operations Management

#50310 North Aug 25 - Dec 11 7:00p - 10:00p

M

BMGT 1031

#50312 North Aug 25 - Dec 11 10:30a - 11:20a

MW

Small Business Management BUSG 2009

Prerequisites: None Learn the details to starting and operating your own small business. Topics include facts about a small business, essential management skills, how to prepare a business plan, financial needs, marketing, strategies, and legal issues. (BUSG 2309) Note: Textbook required $229

CEU: 4.8

HRS: 48

#50300 North Aug 25 - Dec 11 8:00a - 9:30a

MW

#50299 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:30p - 9:30p

T

Prerequisites: None Fundamentals of the various techniques used in the practice of production management to include location, design, and resource allocation. (BMGT 1331) Note: Textbook required $229

BMGT 1013

Prerequisites: None Learn the purchasing process as it is related to such topics as inventory, control, price determination, vendor selection, negotiation techniques, and ethical issues. (BMGT 1313) Note: Textbook required $229

CEU: 4.8

HRS: 48 T

Business Communications POFT 2012

HRS: 48 T

(BUSI 2304)

Note: Textbook required #50194 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:30p - 9:30p

MW

Prerequisites: None Study the practical principles of word usage, language structure, and writing mechanics. Detailed attention is given to report writing and to the construction of letters concerned with sales, credits, collections, inquiries, adjustments, orders, recommend.

(BUSI 2301)

CEU: 4.8

HRS: 48

Principles of Purchasing

Business Law I

CEU: 4.8

#50288 North Aug 25 - Dec 11 5:30p - 6:50p

BUSG 2005

$229

#50286 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 7:00p - 10:00p

Prerequisites: None Principles of law which form the legal framework for business activity including applicable statutes, contracts, and agency.

Business and Professions

Business and Professions

Note: Textbook required $229

CEU: 4.8

#50193 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 6:00p - 9:00p

HRS: 48 M

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440




Instructors Wanted

Salesmanship BMGT 1017

$229

CEU: 4.8

#50296 North Aug 27 - Dec 11 7:00p - 9:00p

Wanted!

We are always looking for qualified individuals who have teaching ability and are interested in sharing their expertise with others.

HRS: 48 W

Send your resume to:

cpd@sjcd.edu

Principles of Marketing

A member of our team will contact you if there is a match between our needs and your qualifications.

MRKG 1011

Prerequisites: None Introduction to the marketing functions; identification of consumer and organizational needs; explanation of economic, psychological, sociological, and global issues; and description and analysis of the importance of marketing research.

Linked Classes

(MRKG 1311)

Note: Textbook required $229

CEU: 4.8

#50285 North Aug 25 - Dec 11 7:00p - 10:00p

Classes labeled “Linked” are held in HRS: 48 M

conjunction with academic/credit classes.

Enrollment into these sections is limited and is on a space-available basis. CPD students in linked CE sections do not have to be admitted into the

Supervision BMGT 1001

College and are TASP/THEA exempt. Courses that

Prerequisites: None Take an in-depth study of the role of supervisor. Study the managerial functions as they apply to leadership, counseling, motivation, and human skills. (BMGT 1301) Note: Textbook required

are linked with academic courses will adhere to the

$229



Instructors

Part-time

Prerequisites: None Introduces and evaluates the principles of personal salesmanship; a study of methods, problems, techniques or motivating customers to buy. (BUSI 1311) Note: Textbook required

CEU: 4.8

stated Continuing & Professional Development refund policy.

HRS: 48

#50302 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:30p - 9:30p

T

#50303 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 8:30a - 9:50a

TR

Key to Days of Week

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Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Stay up to date on the management strategies, systems and techniques to run your business. Join us for one or the entire series.

Day Series on Fridays

• $395 per person • Materials and lunch provided

Leadership Essentials Change Management Effective Coaching Communicating for Success Managing Conflict Leading to Achieve High Performance

#50494 #50476 #50480 #50543 #50498 #50496

Sept 05 Sept 19 Oct 03 Oct 17 Oct 31 Nov 14

Evening Series on Tuesday and Thursday Leadership Essentials Leading to Achieve High Performance Change Management Effective Coaching Communicating for Success Managing Conflict

#50493 #50495 #50475 #50479 #50477 #50497

8:30a-5:00p 8:30a-5:00p 8:30a-5:00p 8:30a-5:00p 8:30a-5:00p 8:30a-5:00p

8 8 8 8 8 8

Central Central Central Central Central Central

• $395 per person • Materials and snacks provided

Oct 14 –Oct 16 Oct 21 – Oct 23 Oct 28 – Oct 30 Nov 04 – Nov 06 Nov 11 – Nov 13 Nov 18 – Nov 20

6:00p-10:00p 6:00p-10:00p 6:00p-10:00p 6:00p-10:00p 6:00p-10:00p 6:00p-10:00p

8 8 8 8 8 8

Leadership Essentials

Communicating for Success

BMGT 1020

BMGT 1022

Training Space Training Space Training Space Training Space Training Space Training Space

Prerequisites: None This course teaches leaders how to get results through people. You will learn a set of essential skills to meet both practical business needs and people's personal needs. You acquire a set of proven interaction skills, discover seven Leadership Imperatives for Meeting today's challenges, and realize your role as a catalyst leader-a leader who inspires others to act. Note: Materials and lunch provided

Prerequisites: None Improving people’s interaction skills will improve the way your workforce thinks and acts. This course presents the basics on how to work well together, reduce wasted time, lessen conflict, and influence interactions in a positive way. Note: Materials and lunch provided

Change Management

BMGT 1012

Leading to Achieve High Performance

BMGT 1012

Prerequisites: None This course provides team leaders with the tools and skills to perform three primary responsibilities – diagnose, coach, and reinforce – that support their team’s growth. Leaders learn to diagnose behaviors and conditions that limit team performance. They are equipped to assess team strength and weakness, as well as to use coaching and reinforcing skills to be a catalyst for high performance and continuous improvement. Note: Materials and lunch provided

Effective Coaching Strategies

Managing Conflict

Prerequisites: None This course focuses on leaders' crucial role in effectively leading change initiatives in the workplace. Leaders learn how to introduce a change initiative and lead discussions with employees to explore how best to implement the changes. They also learn to help others overcome their resistance to change. These skills enhance a leader's ability to minimize the potentially negative effects of change on morale, processes, and productivity. Note: Materials and lunch provided BMGT 1012

Prerequisites: None This course develops leaders who help people achieve their goals and avoid problems-a positive experience for themselves and those being coached. Leaders learn a proven coaching process–a continuous cycle that ensures they identify coaching opportunities, provide needed coaching and support, observe performance, and measure results until the desired outcomes are achieved. You will learn how coaching for success benefits individuals, strengthens work groups, and supports company objectives and priorities. Note: Materials and lunch provided

Business and Professions

Leadership Series

BMGT 1004

Prerequisites: None This course teaches you how to recognize that a conflict is escalating and minimize damage by using the most appropriate resolution tactic - regardless of which stage a conflict is in. You also learn the true cost of conflict to an organization and techniques for handling even the most challenging conflict-related discussions effectively. This course also discusses how to manage conflict by dealing with differing ideas, interests, or perceptions. Note: Materials and lunch provided

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440




Quality Plexus International has gained a reputation as an internationally acclaimed developer and provider of training for organizations seeking to improve their performance and comply or certify to ISO 9000-based quality management systems.  You’ll have all the tools, knowledge and understanding to embark on a full compliance program — and put your organization firmly on the path of measurable performance improvement. For information call or e-mail: David Lewis at 281.542.2061 • david.lewis@sjcd.edu

Quality Understanding ISO: 9001/2000

Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA)

QCTC 1008

QCTC 1091

Prerequisites: None Highlights include introduction to the ISO 9000 series, quality system philosophies, process approach, documentation and in-depth interpretation of ISO 9001:2000 requirements with application exercises. Participants should leave with a good understanding of the ISO 9001 standard and its application from both as auditor’s and implementer’s view. Note: Materials provided $495 CEU: 1.6 HRS: 16 #50539 Training Space TR Sep 09 - Sep 18 6:00p - 10:00p #50538 Central MW Sep 29 - Oct 01 8:00a - 5:00p

Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP)



Prerequisites: None This one-day course develops the participants' understanding of the MSA Reference Manual through group activities and individual participation. In general, attendees will gain an understanding of the MSA Reference Manual and its impact on quality systems. Note: Materials provided $375

#50499 Sep 15 - Sep 15

CEU: .8

HRS: 8

Central 8:00a - 5:00p

M

#70527 Training Space Dec 15 - Dec 17 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

Fundamentals of Internal Quality Auditing

QCTC 1010

QCTC 1008

Prerequisites: None Learn the skills needed to implement the APQP process, develop Control Plans and complete the Production Part Approval Process smoothly and efficiently in your company. Acquire the skills to complete all APQP phases from "voice of the customer" through final output, including Control Plan Methodology and PPAP submission. Note: Materials provided $550 CEU: 1.6 HRS: 16 #50463 Training Space TR Sep 30 - Oct 02 6:00p - 10:00p #70524 Central MW Dec 01 - Dec 03 8:00a - 5:00p

$495

Prerequisites:None Acquire the skills to conduct successful internal quality system audits for ISO 9001:2000. This course includes a fully simulated audit under the guidance of a Plexus Trainer so you can develop and refine your skills. Note: Materials provided

#50488 Oct 13 - Oct 15

CEU: 1.6

HRS: 16

Central 8:00a - 5:00p

MW

#50489 Training Space Oct 27 - Nov 05 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Quality System Documentation

QCTC 1091

QCTC 1091

Prerequisites: Knowledge of ISO standards You will learn the concepts of ISO 9001:2000 and how the standard can become a valuable part of your business management system. You will engage in activities that create an understanding of each standard element and the benefits of each element for your organization. In this class you will acquire the skills to conduct successful internal quality systems audits for ISO 9001:2000. The course makes extensive use of activities and case studies to help participants fully understand the requirements of auditing to the ISO 9001:2000 standard. Note: Materials provided

Prerequisites: Knowledge of ISO standards Learn to document an ISO 9001:2000 system effectively. You will leave with "real" work accomplished – real documentation for your company. Through group activities and individual participation you will understand what documentation is needed and how to write it concisely. Most of all you will learn how to complete it efficiently and how it will benefit you and your company. Note: Materials provided

$795

#50545 Sep 09 - Oct 02

CEU: 3.2

HRS: 32

Central 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50546 Central Nov 10 - Nov 13 8:00a - 5:00p

$475

CEU: 1.6

HRS: 16

#50525 Sep 22 - Sep 24

Central 8:00a - 5:00p

MW

#70532 Training Space Dec 02 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

Business and Professions

Internal Quality Auditor Training

TR

MTWR

Basic Statistical Process Control (SPC) QCTC 1008

Instructors Wanted Part-time

Instructors

Wanted!

We are always looking for qualified individuals who have teaching ability and are interested in sharing their expertise with others. Send your resume to:

cpd@sjcd.edu A member of our team will contact you if there is a match between our needs and your qualifications.

Prerequisites: Knowledge of ISO standards Roll up your sleeves for hands-on practice with a variety of SPC tools, such as Pareto Analysis, process capability indexes, distributions, and control chart for variables and attributes. Understand how SPC integrates into the total quality system. You will benefit by receiving a better understanding of statistical process capability. Note: Materials provided $375

CEU: .8

HRS: 8

#50469 Sep 03 - Sep 03

Central 8:00a - 5:00p

W

#50470 Sep 23 - Sep 25

Training Space 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA) QCTC 1008

Key to Days of Week

Prerequisites: Knowledge of ISO/TS standards Note: Materials provided

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Obtain skills to understand and use FMEAs and the concept of risk reduction and defect prevention. This course introduces these concepts by identification of "things gone wrong" followed by activities designed to reduce risk. This course will help you successfully develop and maintain, design and process FMEAs for your company, which will include identifying and reducing risk factors.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

$375

CEU: .8

HRS: 8

#50486 Sep 02 - Sep 04

Training Space 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50487 Oct 08 - Oct 08

Central 8:00a - 5:00p

W

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440




Do you need everyone effectively together towards a successful conclusion?

Project Management: The Most Important Factor For Project Success Project Management: Fundamentals The Project Management Fundamentals course overviews the basics of project management. It provides the theory and core methodology you will need to manage projects or participate on project teams. This course does not make use of any project management software application, but instead focuses on the conceptual underpinnings that students must know in order to use any project management software application effectively. Target Student:  Students enrolling in this course should be planning to lead a project (primary audience) or serve on a project team (secondary audience).

Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Preparation Your ability as a project manager to demonstrate best practices in project management—both on the job and through professional certification—is becoming the standard to compete in today's fastpaced and highly technical workplace. This course expands upon the basic concepts of project management you discovered in the Project Management Fundamentals course, and offers a job-related approach to successful project management across application areas and industries. Course Objective: You will apply the generally recognized practices of project management acknowledged by the Project Management Institute (PMI®) to successfully manage projects. Target Student: This course is designed for experienced project managers who want to increase their project management skills, apply a standards-based approach to project management, and apply for Project Management Institute, Inc. (PMI®) Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification.

For information call or e-mail: David Lewis at 281.542.2061 • david.lewis@sjcd.edu

Just In Time – Lean Manufacturing A lean enterprise produces more with existing resources by eliminating non-value added activities. Businesses today are facing increased worldwide competition and the stakes are high. Whether you are interested in improving your organization or your personal growth, we can help. Get the results you want through our experienced-based training and consulting. Our goal is to help you maximize impact and your bottom-line.

Courses include:

Principles of Lean Manufacturing The 5S System: Workplace Organization & Standardization Principles of Lean Office & Administration Value Stream Mapping Set-Up Reduction Total Productive Maintenance For information call or e-mail: David Lewis at 281.542.2061 • david.lewis@sjcd.edu

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To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Always looking for new customers and not capitalizing on repeat business?

Improve Team Interaction and Customer Service Team Effectiveness

Achieving Stellar Service Experiences Reaching for Stellar Service Caring for Customers Healing Customer Relationships Dazzling Your Customers Guiding Customers Conversations Teaming Up for Seamless Service Serving a World of Customers Developing Others Giving Constructive Feedback Recognizing Others

The Team Advantage The Basic Principles of Teamwork Keeping Your Team on Course: Tools and Techniques Playing a Vital Role in Team Decisions Developing Team Plans Raising Difficult Issues with Your Team

Business and Professions

Teambuilding and Customer Service Training

WorkSkills What it Takes to Succeed Getting the Information You Need Speaking with Confidence Positive Responses to Change Diffusing Emotionally Charged Situations Helping Your Team Work Managing Life Outside of Work: Handling Emergencies and Resisting Temptations

Licensed Official Registered Provider

Real Spanish for Real People Command Spanish® language programs are available from San Jacinto College to help you invest in your company’s greatest asset – its employees. Using Command Spanish curriculum experts shadow employees in various job environments to develop authentic vocabulary and exercises tied to each occupation. Your employees’ can learn occupational Spanish language in the following fields: Dental & Medical • • • • • •

Spanish for Dental Spanish for the Physician’s Office Spanish for Nursing Spanish for Respiratory Therapists Spanish for Eye Care Providers Spanish for Pharmacists

Education

Industry & Manufacturing • Spanish for the Workplace • Spanish for Industry, Manufacturing, and Warehousing • Spanish for Construction Sites • Spanish for Safety Supervisors • Spanish for Custodial and Maintenance Supervisors • Spanish for Nurseries, Landscaping and Grounds Keeping

• Survival Spanish for School Hospitality Administrators, Teachers, and Staff • Meeting the Needs of Hispanic Students • Spanish for Hotel and Motel Staff • Spanish for Restaurant Staff Cross-Cultural Training for Schools • Spanish for Library Staff • Spanish for Childcare Facilities

Criminal Justice • • • • •

Survival Spanish for Law Enforcement Officers Survival Spanish for Jail Facilities Survival Spanish for Correctional Staff Survival Spanish for Probation Officers Survival Spanish for Highway Drug Interdiction

Public Safety • Emergency Spanish for Firefighters • Survival Spanish for Paramedics and EMT’s • Emergency Spanish for 9-1-1 Business & Commerce • • • • • • • • •

Spanish for Business Professionals Spanish for Office Personnel Spanish for Retail Sales Spanish for Automobile Sales and Service Spanish for Car Insurance Agents Spanish for Real Estate Agents Spanish for Mortgage Loan Officers Spanish for Banking S  panish for Requesting Personal Information and Data

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Professions

Human Resource Management Human Resources Management HRPO 2001

Bookkeeping

Prerequisites: None Study behavioral and legal approaches to the management of human resources in organizations. (HRPO 2301) Note: Textbook required

Bookkeeping ACNT 1001

Prerequisites: None $229 CEU: 4.8 Learn to compute, classify, and record numerical data to #50233 North keep financial records complete. Perform any combination Aug 26 - Dec 11 5:30p - 6:50p of routine calculating, posting, and verifying duties to obtain primary financial data for use in maintaining accounting records. Note: Materials provided Human Relations $395

#50474 Sep 08 - Oct 15

HRS: 48

HRPO 1011

South 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

Prerequisites: None Learn practical application of the principles and concepts of the behavioral sciences to interpersonal relationships in the business and industrial environment. (HRPO 1311)

ACNT 1003

Prerequisites: None A study of analyzing, classifying, and recording business transactions in a manual and computerized environment. Emphasis on understanding the complete accounting cycle and preparing financial statements, bank reconciliations, and payroll. (ACNT 1303) Note: Textbook required

CEU: 4.8

#50393 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 7:20p

T

ACNT 2003

Prerequisites: ACNT 1031 Analyze the general accepted accounting principles, concepts, and theories underlying the preparation of financial statements. (ACNT 2303) Note: Textbook required

CEU: 4.8

Note: Textbook required $229

HRS: 48

#50231 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 10:00a - 11:20a

TR

#50230 Central Aug 28 - Dec 11 6:30p - 9:30p

R

#50232 North Aug 28 - Dec 11 7:00p - 10:00p

R

HRS: 48

#50392 North Aug 25 - Dec 11 7:00p - 10:00p

M

#50391 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 6:30p - 9:20p

M

Essentials of Human Resource Management HRPO 1000

Prerequisites: None Offered in partnership with SHRM, the Essentials of Human Resource Management course provides an overview of the human resource function and covers real-life HR issues and today's most vital and timely topics, including employment law, selecting qualified employees, compensation, orientation and training, and the employee performance process. If you are new to HR or simply want to strengthen your employee management skills, the SHRM Essentials of Human Resource Management course is for you. Knowledge of the essentials can make you a better manager, protect your company from needless litigation, and help advance your career. Note: Materials provided $495

#50485 Oct 22 - Oct 23

12

CEU: 4.8

HRS: 48

Intermediate Accounting I

$229

TR

CEU: 4.8

Intro to Accounting I

$229

HRS: 48

CEU: 1.5

HRS: 15

Central 8:30a - 5:00p

WR

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Real Estate Principles of Real Estate II

HANDLE HR ISSUES WITH EASE THESE COURSES ARE DESIGNED TO HELP FRONTLINE MANAGERS, SUPERVISORS AND JUNIOR-LEVEL HR STAFF EFFECTIVELY HANDLE ISSUES RELATED TO PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT, RECRUITING, RETENTION, AND THE LATEST UPDATES IN LABOR LAWS SUCH AS FLSA, FMLA AND MORE. Essentials of Human Resource Management Topics include essentials of human resource management, employment law in your workplace, ensuring quality performance and many more. Base Compensation This course offers a comprehensive overview of base compensation, with an emphasis on pay for performance and merit pay. PHR/SPHR Certification Preparation Course Gain a comprehensive overview of the entire body of HR knowledge while preparing for the PHR or SPHR exam.

Hire The Right Person For The Job The best hiring decisions result in productive employees who enjoy their responsibilities and contribute to your organization's success. Hiring the wrong person for the job can be very costly in terms of time, money, resources, customer relations, productivity and employee morale.

Essentials of Interviewing Skills Interviewers make the best hiring decisions when they gather meaningful, job-related information from applicants.

RELE 1038

Prerequisites: None Overview of licensing as a broker or salesperson. Includes ethics of practice as a license holder, titles to and conveyance of real estate, legal descriptions, deeds, encumbrances and liens, distinctions between personal and real property, appraisal, finance and regulations, closing procedures, and real estate mathematics. Covers at least three hours of classroom instruction on federal, state, and local laws relating to housing, discrimination, housing credit discrimination, and community reinvestment.

Business and Professions

Human Resources Courses

(RELE 1238) Note: Textbook required

$210

CEU: 3.2

#50287 Central Oct 21 - Nov 13 6:00p - 10:00p

HRS: 32 TR

Law of Agency RELE 2001

Prerequisites: None A study of law of agency including principal-agent and master-servant relationships, the authority of an agent, the termination of an agent's authority, the fiduciary and other duties of an agent, employment law, deceptive trade practices, listing or buying procedures, and the disclosure of an agency. (RELE 2301) Note: Textbook required $229

#95836 Aug 25 - Oct 16

CEU: 4.8

HRS: 48

North 6:00p - 10:00p

MTR

Financial – Bank Teller Bank Teller Training BNKG 1004

Prerequisites: None Get on the fast track to a great career! Apply the functions related to negotiable instruments, cash control, handling money, and balancing. Understand compliance and regulation as each affects bank tellers. Note: No textbook required $260 CEU: 2.0 HRS: 20 #50468 North M Sep 15 - Oct 13 6:00p - 10:00 #50467 Central S Oct 18 - Nov 15 8:30a - 12:30p #70526 South M Nov 17 - Dec 15 6:00p - 10:00p

Real Estate Mathematics RELE 1025

Prerequisites: None Basic arithmetic skills. Includes mathematical logic, percentages, interest, time value of money, depreciation, amortization, and estimation of closing statements. (RELE 1325)

Note: Textbook required $229

#95720 Aug 25 - Sep 18

CEU: 4.8

HRS: 48

Central 6:00p - 10:00p

MTR

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Photography Technician

Portrait Photography

Introductory Professional Photography

Prerequisites: Introductory Professional Photography and completion or concurrent enrollment in Intermediate Professional Photography Study the photographic principles applied to portrait lighting, posing, printing, and subject rapport. You will learn to use a variety of basic lighting patterns; relate the principles of subject rapport and aesthetic posing methods; produce effective finished portraits; and analyze the subject. The photography will be done in color and/or black and white. The students will produce a portfolio of their work from at least five different portrait sessions that will be critiqued by the instructor and their fellow classmates. The students will provide their own digital camera or 35mm single lens reflex cameras, memory card, and film processing. Note: Criteria for buying camera will be discussed with instructor first day of class.

PHTC 1004

Prerequisites: None Get instruction in camera functions, types of lenses, choosing film and filters, flash photograph. This course will introduce you to film exposure and print finishing. This course covers the basics of a digital camera and/or 35mm camera, including f-stops, shutter speed, ASA ratings, and picture-taking techniques. Criteria for buying a camera will be discussed with the instructor on the first day of class. Note: Criteria for buying camera will be discussed with instructor first day of class. $250 CEU: 2.4 HRS: 24 #50492 South MW Sep 08 - Sep 24 6:00p - 10:00p

Intermediate Professional Photography

PHTC 1091

$352

CEU: 3.2

#50515 South Nov 10 - Dec 08 6:00p - 10:00p *skip 11/26

HRS: 32 MW

PHTC 2004

Prerequisites: Introductory Professional Photography Continue learning Professional Photography with emphasis on social, portrait, studio, fashion, theatrical, publicity, and convention photography as well as landscapes and still life. Creative use of flash and camera functions will also be covered. Note: Criteria for buying camera will be discussed with instructor first day of class. $250 CEU: 2.4 HRS: 24 #50490 South MW Oct 13 - Oct 29 6:00p - 10:00p

Please note:  All classes have limited enrollment.  Register early to guarantee a seat in your desired class. 

Photography Technician Certificate Program Program Description: This program will enable you to perform the basic photography functions in order to seek an entry-level career as a Photographer. Requirement for completion: You must complete a minimum of 144 required contact hours in the courses listed below: Coursework Contact Hours Introductory Professional Photography 24 Intermediate Professional Photography 24 Portrait Photography 32 PhotoShop for Photographers Level I 32 PhotoShop for Photographers Level II 32 144 For Information call 281.922.3440

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To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


PhotoShop II for Photographers

ITSW 1003

ARTC 1051

Prerequisites: Introductory Professional Photography, Intermediate Professional Photography, Portrait Photography, Windows for the Desktop or equivalent knowledge This course for Portrait/Wedding Photographers provides hands-on experience and systematic instructions on how to use Adobe PhotoShop to enhance images. Students will develop techniques to update and change images proficiently. Note: Each student must purchase a USB flash drive; no textbook required; hand-outs and other resources will be provided

Prerequisites: Introductory Professional Photography, Intermediate Professional Photography, Portrait Photography, Windows for the Desktop or equivalent knowledge, PhotoShop I for Photographers This course for the Portrait/Wedding Photographers provides additional hands-on experience and systematic instructions on how to use Adobe PhotoShop to enhance digital images. Each student will learn retouching techniques. Note: Each student must purchase a USB flash drive; no textbook required; hand-outs and other resources will be provided

$295

#50511 Oct 07 - Oct 30

#50510 Sep 09 - Oct 02

CEU: 3.2

HRS: 32

Training Space 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

$295

CEU: 3.2

HRS: 32

Training Space 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

Business and Professions

PhotoShop I for Photographers

Certified Professional Secretary copy to come

SAN JACINTO COLLEGE IS OFFERING A REVIEW CLASS PREPARE TO TAKE THE CERTIFICATION EXAM

The skills required to remain effective and competitive in today’s work environment are rapidly changing. New technologies and organization structures and process demand employees to engage in constant renewal and review. The Certified Professional Secretary (CPS) course provides a review for today’s office worker. The CPS designation is a unique certification program for secretaries and other administrative support staff. The CPS review course is designed as a refresher class for individuals planning to take the CPS exam to attain the CPS rating. Class curriculum is based on the CPS Examination Review Series published by Prentice Hall. Registrants should have previous knowledge of the topics covered.

Certified Professional Secretary Review Comprehensive POFT 1049 Prerequisites: Meet requirements of IAAP (International Association of Administrative Professionals) This course is review preparation for Part I – III of the Certified Professional Secretary Exam Note: Materials Included $1045 CEU: 12.0 #50478 Central Oct 02 - Dec 13 6:00p - 10:00p *skip 11/24-11/25

HRS: 120 MTR

Visit www.iaap-hg.org for exam dates. Get prepared to take the exam and earn your certification. For more information, call or e-mail David Lewis: 281.542.2061 • david.lewis@sjcd.edu

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Teacher/Education Training

Para Educator Certification Re-Take

Para Educator Institute Training

Prerequisites: Para Educator Training Paraprofessional Certification re-take provided for those students needing to retake Paraprofessional Exam. Note:

NFND 0000

CDEC 1032

Prerequisites: None The first two days of each institute will consist of training in four modules. On day three, participants will take the Consortium for the Advancement of Professional Excellence (C.A.P.E.) Para Educator's Assessment of Competencies. Based on test results, participants will either receive certification or an opportunity to receive tutorial and re-test support. Note: Materials provided $195

CEU: 1.8

HRS: 18

#50504 Sep 13 - Sep 27

South 8:00a - 3:30p

S

#50505 Oct 11 - Oct 25

South 8:00a - 3:30p

S

#50506 South Nov 01 - Nov 15 8:00a - 3:30p

S

#70530 South Dec 06 - Dec 20 8:00a - 3:30p

S

CDEC 1032

Prerequisites: None. The first two days of each institute will consist of training in four modules. On day three, participants will take the C.A.P.E. Para Educator's Assessment of Competencies. Based on test results, participants will either receive certification or an opportunity to receive tutorial and re-test support. This class is geared toward the districts within the College's service region. Note: Materials provided.

CEU: .6

HRS: 6

#50501 Sep 27 - Sep 27

South 8:00a - 3:30p

S

#50503 Oct 25 - Oct 25

South 8:00a - 3:30p

S

#50502 South Nov 15 - Nov 15 8:00a - 3:30p

S

#70529 South Dec 20 - Dec 20 8:00a - 3:30p

S

Alternative Teacher

Certificate Program

You can be certified to teach in the state of Texas without a Degree in Education through the Alternative Teacher Certification Program (ATCP).

Para Educator Institute Training ISD

$175

$65

CEU: 1.8

HRS: 18

#50509 Sep 13 - Sep 27

South 8:00a - 3:30p

S

#50508 Oct 11 - Oct 25

South 8:00a - 3:30p

S

#50507 South Nov 01 - Nov 15 8:00a - 3:30p

S

#70531 South Dec 06 - Dec 20 8:00a - 3:30p

S

Minimum criteria for all applicants are: • Completed Bachelor’s Degree (in any discipline) from an accredited college or university • Minimum overall 2.50 GPA or in last 60 semester hours 2.50 GPA in Core/Content Area Join us for a FREE Information Session: Free information sessions are offered to provide detailed materials and to answer your questions concerning this fast-paced program. The location is the North Campus, Chablis Restaurant located in the Student Center. Time is 6:00p – 8:00p on the following dates:

August 12 September 9 October 14 November 11 December 8

These are the certification programs that we offer: EC-12 Special Education EC-4 Bilingual Generalist EC-4 Generalist

Call 281.459.7119

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To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Business and Professions

SAN JACINTO COLLEGE DISTRICT SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER Training Classes • September - December, 2008 Access our FREE one-on-one consulting to start and manage your business – call 281/485-5214 for more information. $40 HOW TO GET A BUSINESS LOAN

FIRST STEP: A BUSINESS STARTUP WORKSHOP

$25 Learn the fundamentals of putting together a proposal and the necessary paperwork to get a business loan. Instructors: SBDC consultants.

This is a seven-hour, two-night workshop. Learn how to define your business idea, determine its market potential, find out about incorporating and conduct a feasibility study. Instructors: SBDC consultants.

50458 Thursday October 23 50453 Thursdays September 11 & 18 6:00-9:30 p.m. (Central) B104 50459 Tuesday November 11 50454 Thursdays October 9 & 16 6:00-9:30 p.m. (Pearland) Ste.101 50455 Thursdays November 6 & 13 6:00-9:30 p.m. (Central) B104

STARTING A BUSINESS INTRODUCTORY QUICKBOOKS This hands-on class provides users with a sound understanding of QuickBooks functions. Class covers setting up a company, invoicing, payables, journal entries, reconciliation and other necessary functions. Time allotted for Q & A. Instructor: Annette Taylor, Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor 50456 Thursday September 11

INTERMEDIATE QUICKBOOKS

2:00-5:00 p.m.

(Central) B104 (Pearland) Ste.101

$15

$79 Consider your personal skills and experience, the market potential of your idea, general rules for operating a small business and sources of funding. Instructors: SBDC consultants

(Pearland) Ste.101

6:00-9:00 p.m. 6:00-9:00 p.m.

50460 50461 50462 70521 70522 70523

Thursday Thursday Thursday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday

September 25 October 23 November 20 December 9 December 11 December 16

6:00-9:00 p.m. 6:00-9:00 p.m. 6:00-9:00 p.m. 6:00-9:00 p.m. 6:00-9:00 p.m. 6:00-9:00 p.m.

(North) (North) (North) (Pearland) (Central) (North)

S112 S112 S112 Ste.101 B104 S112

$160 ** S112 is Chablis Room

This two-day, seven-hour class will help you delve further into QuickBooks – address job costing, purchase orders, invoicing, customizing templates and analyzing financial data. Time allotted for questions and answers. Instructor: Annette Taylor, Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor 50457 Tue. & Wed. September 23 & 24 2:00-5:00 p.m. (Pearland) Ste.101

Providing Effective Business Solutions

CLASS LOCATIONS: SBDC office, 2006 E. Broadway, Pearland Central Campus: 8060 Spencer, Pasadena North Campus: 5800 Uvalde, Houston South Campus: 13735 Beamer, Houston

Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. The San Jacinto College SBDC is a business consulting and training center of the University of Houston Small Business Development Center Network, which serves 32 counties in Southeast Texas. Reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact the Small Business Development Center at 281/485-5214 or 2006 E. Broadway, Ste. 101, Pearland, 77581 for arrangements. SBDC programs are extended to the public on a non-discriminatory basis.

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Computers and Information Technology Begin Here/Foundations Keyboarding on the PC POFT 1010

Prerequisites: None Be introduced to the computer keyboard while receiving instruction in fundamental techniques such as finger position and movement as well as increasing speed and reducing errors. Note: Textbook required $160

Windows for the Desktop ITSC 1006

Prerequisites: Computer Concepts or equivalent knowledge Open the Window on computer opportunities. Understand the desktop and icons; create shortcuts to applications and documents. Utilize Windows Explorer, My Computer and the Start menu. Create, find, move and delete files, documents and folders. Modify desktop properties and view the desktop in different styles. Use the Control Panel to customize the Windows environment. Understanding this desktop operating system will increase your productivity and decrease your frustration! Note: Textbook required $160

CEU: 1.6

HRS: 16

#50441 Sep 23 - Oct 02

Central 8:30a - 12:30p

TR

CEU: 1.6

HRS: 16

#50394 Sep 02 - Sep 18

Central 8:30a - 10:30a

TRF

#50444 Oct 06 - Oct 15

Training Space 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

#50397 Sep 15 - Sep 30

Training Space 6:00p - 8:00p

MTR

#50443 Oct 21 - Oct 30

North 8:30a - 12:30p

TR

#50396 Sep 30 - Oct 16

North 8:30a - 10:30a

TRF

#50442 Central Nov 03 - Nov 12 6:00p - 10:00p

#50395 Oct 06 - Oct 29

Central 6:00p - 8:00p

MW

ITSC 1006

Prerequisites: None Survey the components and operations of a microcomputer system. Learn about input, output, storage devices and software. Understand the purpose and usage of operating systems. Become familiar with the Windows operating system. Learn basic operation of common peripheral devices such as the mouse, printer, etc. Note: Textbook required

Computer Core Concepts/Foundations Program Description:

Computer Concepts

$160

MW

CEU: 1.6

HRS: 16

#50321 Sep 02 - Sep 18

Central 10:30a - 12:30p

TRF

#50322 Sep 15 - Sep 30

Training Space 8:00p - 10:00p

MTR

#50320 Sep 30 - Oct 16

North 10:30a - 12:30p

TRF

#50319 Oct 06 - Oct 29

Central 8:00p - 10:00p

MW

There are a certain amount of foundation computer skills that are needed in order to build your information technology career. Whether you simply wish to use a computer to enhance your productivity, or are interested in another one of the many IT functions such as build/repair computers or administer/develop systems, you must begin with the building blocks presented in this comprehensive 64 contact hour program.

Requirements/Training Learn or enhance your keyboarding skills, survey the components and operations of computer systems, study file and disk concepts of the Windows operating system and learn the basic concepts, technologies, and resources of the Internet and World Wide Web.

Prerequisites: None Course Work* Topic Keyboarding on the PC Computer Concepts Windows for the Desktop

Hrs 16 16 16

*Successful completion of these courses or equivalent skills is necessary before taking advanced IT Training classes.

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To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Business Aplications

Microsoft Office

Word - Basic Skills

Classes

POFI 1024

$160

CEU: 1.6

HRS: 16

#50450 Sep 08 - Sep 17

Central 8:30a - 12:30p

MW

#50449 Oct 07 - Oct 16

Central 8:30a - 12:30p

TR

#50446 Oct 20 - Oct 29

Training Space 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

#50447 North Nov 04 - Nov 13 8:30a - 12:30p

TR

#50448 Central Nov 17 - Nov 25 6:00p - 10:00p

MWMT

Word - Intermediate Skills POFI 2025

Prerequisites: Word - Basic Skills Build upon your basic Microsoft Word skills. Learn to use the language tools, work with blocks of text, create envelopes and labels, mail merge, use templates and wizards, insert tables and charts, and much more. Note: Textbook required $160 #50451 Sep 22 - Oct 01

CEU: 1.6 Central 8:30a - 12:30p

#50452 North Nov 18 - Nov 25 8:30a - 12:30p

HRS: 16 MW TRMT

Learn Both – 2003 And 2007 Our research shows that more companies in this area are using Office 2003 as opposed to Office 2007. The majority of instruction in our Microsoft Office classes will be 2003; but you will also receive an overview of instruction and reference material for 2007.

Computers/IT Training

Prerequisites: Windows for the Desktop or equivalent knowledge Explore the fundamentals of Microsoft Word for use at home or at the office. Use this word processor's features to create, format, and print documents. Learn to create letters, memos, flyers, and more. Save your work for future use as a printed document or as a Web page. Note: Textbook required

Word - Advanced Skills POFI 1042

Prerequisites: Word - Intermediate Skills Become an Expert User in Microsoft Word. Learn to define and adjust structures for tables; create tables and templates; write macros; and perform object linking and embedding (OLE) functions. This course emphasizes topics and problems encountered in business and industry. Note: Textbook required $160

#50445 Oct 06 - Oct 15

CEU: 1.6

HRS: 16

Central 8:30a - 12:30p

MW

Please note:  All classes have limited enrollment.  Register early to guarantee a seat in your desired class. 

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Excel - Basic Skills ITSW 1022

Prerequisites: Windows for the Desktop or equivalent knowledge Explore the fundamentals of Microsoft Excel for use at home or at the office. Understand the basic concepts of spreadsheets. Learn to enter and format data, create formulas, insert charts and graphs using your data, and much more. Note: Textbook required $160

CEU: 1.6

HRS: 16

#50342 Sep 02 - Sep 11

Central 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50343 Oct 07 - Oct 16

North 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50341 Oct 21 - Oct 30

Central 8:30a - 12:30p

TR

#50344 Training Space Nov 03 - Nov 12 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

#70507 Dec 01 - Dec 10

MW

Central 6:00p - 10:00p

Excel - Intermediate Skills ITSW 2029

Prerequisites: Excel - Basic Skills Build upon your basic Microsoft Excel skills. Learn more advanced uses of formulas and charts, as well as functions. Obtain the ability to work with ranges, customize & audit worksheets, summarize data, and work with multiple worksheets. Also learn the power of macros. Note: Textbook required $160

CEU: 1.6

HRS: 16

North 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50346 Central Nov 04 - Nov 13 8:30a - 12:30p

TR

#50347 Training Space Nov 17 - Nov 25 6:00p - 10:00p

MWMT

#50345 Oct 21 - Nov 30

Excel - Advanced Skills ITSW 2049

Prerequisites: Excel - Intermediate Skills Become an expert user in Microsoft Excel. Learn to utilize advanced spreadsheet functions, create and design macros and devise solutions utilizing linked worksheets and merged data. This course emphasizes topics and problems encountered in business and industry. Note: Textbook required $160

#70542 Dec 02 - Dec 11

20

CEU: 1.6

HRS: 16

Central 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

Business

Applications

Specialist

Program Description: This program develops the skills needed to effectively use word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software packages and teaches participants how to increase productivity by integrating these tools to produce professional looking end-results. Prerequisites: IT Core Concepts/Foundation Skill Classes or equivalent knowledge. Coursework: Word (Beginning, Intermediate or Advanced) Excel (Beginning, Intermediate or Advanced) Access (Beginning and Advanced) PowerPoint (Beginning or Advanced) Outlook Basic

32 32 32 8 8

Specialized Study Consider adding one or all of the following to focus on an area of specialization including: Web Page Design Course Title Hrs FrontPage 16 HTML: Web Page Authoring Fundamentals 16 Automated Accounting Course Title QuickBooks – BASIC

Hrs 32

Certified Internet Webmaster – Associate Course Title Internet Fundamentals HTML: Web Page Authoring Networking Fundamentals

Hrs 16 16 16

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Outlook - Basic Skills

ITSW 1053

ITSW 1030

Prerequisites: Windows for the Desktop or equivalent knowledge Explore the fundamentals of Microsoft Access. Understand the basic concepts of databases. Learn to interpret data through tables, forms, reports, queries and much more. Note: Textbook required

Prerequisites: Windows for the Desktop or equivalent knowledge Explore the fundamentals of Microsoft Outlook for use at home or at the office. Learn to create new messages, schedule appointments and tasks, manage messages, create and manage contacts, and create and manage tasks and notes. Communicate and coordinate your schedule with family, friends and colleagues. Note: Textbook required

$195

#50315 Sep 08 - Sep 17

CEU: 1.6

HRS: 16

Training Space 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

Access - Advanced Skills ITSW 2047

Prerequisites: Access - Intermediate Build upon your basic Microsoft Access skills and become an expert user. Learn to import and export information from other databases and programs; run complex queries; relationships; and macros. Note: Textbook required $195

#50313 Sep 22 - Oct 01

CEU: 1.6

HRS: 16

Training Space 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

PowerPoint - Basic Skills ITSW 1037

Prerequisites: Windows for the Desktop or equivalent knowledge Explore the fundamentals of Microsoft PowerPoint. Learn to create, run, and print presentations for home or office use. Get creative by inserting new slides, applying slide transitions, and sound effects. Add that personal touch using color schemes, pictures, and animation. Note: Textbook required $80

CEU: .8

HRS: 8

#50434 Sep 02 - Sep 04

North 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50432 Oct 07 - Oct 09

Central 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50433 Training Space Nov 04 - Nov 06 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#70519 Dec 15 - Dec 17

MW

Central 8:30a - 12:30p

$80

CEU: .8

HRS: 8

#50428 Sep 08 - Sep 10

Central 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

#50427 Oct 06 - Oct 08

North 8:30a - 12:30p

MW

#50429 Central Nov 18 - Nov 20 8:30a - 12:30p

Computers/IT Training

Access - Basic Skills

TR

QuickBooks - Basic Skills ACNT 1010

Prerequisites: Working knowledge of basic accounting Learn procedures to complete a computerized accounting cycle; perform installation and start-up procedures; journal entries; print reports and financial statements. Note: Textbook required $350

#50436 Oct 27 - Nov 19

CEU: 3.2

HRS: 32

Central 8:30a - 12:30p

MW

#50435 Training Space Nov 11 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p *skip 11/25, 11/27

TR

Web Publishing FrontPage - Basic Skills IMED 1002

Prerequisites: Windows for the Desktop and Internet Fundamentals or equivalent knowledge Learn to advertise your skills, product, or company on the World Wide Web. Design and create attractive and professional web pages using Microsoft's FrontPage software. Note: Textbook required $290

#50350 Oct 07 - Oct 23

CEU: 2.4

HRS: 24

Training Space 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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HTML: Web Page Authoring Fundamentals ITNW 1002

Prerequisites: Internet Fundamentals or equivalent knowledge Catch up with the rest of the world on the Web. Learn to create web pages using Hypertext markup language (HTML). Students will plan content and structure of a basic web page. Topics will include tables, formatting, images and colors. Note: Textbook required $195

CEU: 1.6

#50390 Training Space Nov 11 - Nov 20 6:00p - 10:00p

HRS: 16 TR

See Photography p. 14–15

Digital Graphic Design PhotoShop - Basic Skills

IT Project Management Microsoft Project – Introductory Skills ITSC 1018

Prerequisites: Windows for the Desktop, Project Management Concepts or equivalent Examine the critical skills necessary to create and modify a project plan file that contains tasks, resources, and resource assignments using Microsoft Project. Create a project plan, insert tasks and their durations, and create a project specific calendar. Create a work breakdown structure for your project, and define task constraints. Create a set of resources, and use Microsoft Project's easy to use tools to assign the resources to tasks. View your project's critical path, save the project baseline to help you monitor your project's progress, and view that data through a variety of built-in reporting tools. Note: Textbook required

ITSW 1003

$140

Prerequisites: Graphics/Desktop Publishing An introduction to digital imaging on the computer using Adobe PhotoShop. Get creative with your photos at home or at your business. Learn to apply color techniques and add type to an image, use layers, channels, and paths; create special effects with filters, and much more. Note: Textbook required

#70543 Dec 02 - Dec 11

$295

#50430 Sep 16 - Oct 09

CEU: 1.6

HRS: 16

Central 8:30a - 12:30p

TR

Programming/Applications/Web Development Introduction to C++ Programming

CEU: 3.2

HRS: 32

ITSE 1007

Training Space 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

Prerequisites: Department chair approval or ITSE 1331 Learn structured design, development, testing, and implementation; syntax; data and file structures; coding; testing; and debugging. (ITSE 1307)

PhotoShop - Advanced Skills GRPH 1096

Prerequisites: PhotoShop- Basic Skills This course is a continuation of PhotoShop-Basic Skills. Students will learn how to create and use masks and vector paths; create fills and overlays to enhance images, to automate repetitive tasks, and to apply creative special effects to both images and text. Note: Textbook required $295

#50431 Oct 14 - Nov 16

CEU: 3.2

HRS: 32

Training Space 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

Introduction to Mainframe ITSC 1091 Prerequisites: None $229 CEU:  9.6 #95813   Online Aug 25-Dec 11       

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HRS: 96  

Note: Textbook required $249 CEU: 6.4 #95714 Aug 25 - Dec 11 #50241 North Aug 27 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

HRS: 64

W

Cisco Exploration 2 – LAN Routing Protocols ITCC 1004

Prerequisites: Cisco Exploration 1 Learn architecture, operation of routers, and routing protocols; analyze, configure, verify, and troubleshoot RIPv1, RIPv2, EIGRP, and OSPF. (ITCC 1404) Note: Textbook required $249 CEU: 6.4 HRS: 64 #50200 North MTWRF Oct 20 - Dec 11 12:00p - 2:00p

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Cisco Exploration 3 – LAN Switching and Wireless ITCC 2008

Note: Textbook required $249

#50201 Aug 26 - Oct 16

CEU: 6.4

HRS: 64

North 5:00p - 10:00p

TR

Networking Fundamentals ITNW 1004

Prerequisites: None This course is a great place to start to learn the basics of networking. This introductory lecture course surveys fundamental networking concepts and practices. Examine topics such as network architecture and standards, cabling and topologies, networking protocols, network servers, server- side scripting, database connectivity and security basics. Note: Textbook required $295

Cisco Exploration 4 – Accessing the WAN ITCC 2010

Prerequisites: Cisco Exploration 1, Cisco Exploration 2 Learn traffic control principles, access control lists, and protocols at the data link layer for wide-area access. Implement PPoE, DSL, and Frame Relay. (ITCC 2410) Note: Textbook required $249

#50202 Oct 21 - Dec 11

CEU: 6.4

HRS: 64

North 5:00p - 10:00p

TR

Linux +Certification

Program

Program Description: This entry-level hands-on lab based program introduces participants to the Linux operating system and covers installation, administration and management areas. Requirements/Training: Two courses will prepare you to fulfill your professional objectives by giving you the knowledge and skills needed to work as a Linux Administrator and to pass the rigorous industry exam(s). Although becoming “certified” by taking and passing the requisite exam(s) is recommended, it is not required to take this course of study. Prerequisites: IT Foundation/Core Skills or equivalent classes are required. Coursework Course Title Introduction to Linux Linux Administration

Hours 32 32

CompTIA XKO-002

CEU: 1.6

HRS: 16

#50426 Sep 02 - Sep 11

North 8:30a - 12:30p

TR

#70518 Dec 01 - Dec 10

Central 8:30a - 12:30p

MW

Computers/IT Training

Prerequisites: Cisco Exploration 1 Learn how switches operate in a LAN environment for small and large networks; VLAN, Rapid Spanning Tree Propocol, VLAN Trunking Protocol. (ITCC 2408)

Networking/Web Administration

Linux - Introduction ITSC 2036

Prerequisites: Networking Fundamentals or equivalent knowledge/skill recommended Enter the growing world of UNIX via the Linux operating system. Designed for students with no previous UNIX background, this class will introduce you to Linux operations, the Linux file system and commands, text editing, shell commands and shell scripts. Note: Textbook required $375

#50398 Oct 06 - Oct 29

CEU: 3.2

HRS: 32

Training Space 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

Linux Administration ITSC 2036

Prerequisites: Linux – Introduction Learn the Network Operating System (NOS) that the Internet was created with: UNIX. You will develop the skills needed to administer a stand-alone or networked UNIX/Linux system and peripherals. Strengthen your comprehension of Linux file systems, user account management, system security, system backup, printing and terminal handling, configuration of Linux kernels, Single Number System (SNS), Network Information Service (NIS), Network File System (NFS), Linux remote commands and electronic mail. Note: Textbook required $375

CEU: 3.2

#50399 Training Space Nov 03 - Dec 03 6:00p - 10:00p *skip 11/24, 11/26

HRS: 32 MW

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Security MS 2800: Microsoft Security Clinic NFND 0000

Prerequisites: None After attending the clinic, attendees will understand the common types of security attacks and practical solutions to help protect their organizations from internal and external threats. Clinic presentation topics include identifying assets and security access.

(ISC)2 CISSP CBK Review and Certification Exam

Note: Microsoft Official Curriculum provided $95

CEU: .4

HRS: 4

#50500 Sep 12 - Sep 12

Training Space 8:00a - 12:00p

F

#70528 Dec 12 - Dec 12

Training Space 8:00a - 12:00p

F

Coming to

San Jacinto College in Fall 2008! For Professionals who develop Information Security policies and procedures and manage Information Security across an organization

Call 281.922.3440 for information

MS 2800 Microsoft Security Clinic After attending this clinic, you will understand the common types of security attacks and practical solutions to help protect your organization from internal and external threats. Clinic presentation topics include: Identifying assets Planning security measures Managing service packs and security updates Accessing security risks Protecting servers and workstations Responding to security incidents Note: Microsoft official materials provided Date Sept 12 Dec 12

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Time 8:30a – 12:30p 8:30a – 12:30p

Day Location F Clear Lake F Clear Lake

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Health Occupations

ITLS Provider EMSP 1045

Emergency Health CPR (American Heart Association) EMSP 1019

$85

CEU: .8

HRS: 8

#50558 Sep 20 - Sep 20

Central 8:00a - 5:00p

S

#50559 Oct 18 - Oct 18

Central 8:00a - 5:00p

S

#50560 Central Nov 15 - Nov 15 8:00a - 5:00p

S

#70536 Central Dec 05 - Dec 05 8:00a - 5:00p

F

#70535 Central Dec 13 - Dec 13 8:00a - 5:00p

S

ACLS Provider (American Heart Association) EMSP 2035

Prerequisites: Current healthcare professional level CPR card. Call 281-476-1862 before registering. Skill development for professional personnel practicing in critical care units, emergency departments, and paramedic ambulances. Establishes a system of protocols for management of the patient experiencing cardiac difficulties. An ACLS card is issued upon completion. (EMSP 2444) Note: Textbook required $199

CEU: 1.6

#50549 Central Nov 08 - Nov 09 8:00a - 5:00p

HRS: 16 SU

$199

CEU: 1.6

#70537 Central Dec 06 - Dec 07 8:00a - 5:00p

HRS: 16 SU

EMT Basic EMSP 1001

Prerequisites: Must be 18 by the class end date and have a high school diploma/GED to be eligible for certification. This course provides the introduction to the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) – Basic level of emergency care. All of the skills necessary to provide emergency medical care at a basic life support level with an ambulance service or other specialized services are taught. Course includes American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR. Must also enroll in the EMT-Basic Clinical. (EMSP 1501) Note: Textbook required $320

CEU: 13.6

HRS: 136

#50221 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

#50222 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50220 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 8:00a - 12:00p

TR

#50219 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 9:50p

TR

#50223 Oct 20 - Dec 11

TR

Central 8:00a - 5:00p

Health Occupations

Prerequisites: None Perform the lifesaving skills for respiratory, cardiac and choking emergencies for adults, children, and infants. Two rescuer CPR and AED training are included. Provides the Healthcare Provider CPR certification required for nurses, nursing students, EMT's and other allied health professionals involved with clinical patient care. Trains the general public in lifesaving techniques needed until 911 arrives on scene. A CPR card is issued upon completion. Note: Textbook Required

Prerequisites: None Intense skill development in emergency field management, systematic rapid assessment, resuscitation, packaging, and transportation of patients. Includes experience necessary to meet initial certification requirements. An ITLS card is issued upon completion. (EMSP 1355) Note: Textbook required

Please note:  All classes have limited enrollment.  Register early to guarantee a seat in your desired class. 

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Emergency Response Training

EMT Basic Clinical EMSP 1060

Prerequisites: Must be taken in conjunction with EMT Basic. Attendance is required at Clinical Orientation, Saturday, September 13, 2008, 1-5 pm at Central Campus, Ballroom. Background check is required and is an additional student expense. Immunization records will be required. Call 281-476-1862 for details. This is a work-based learning experience with direct client care. This course enables the student to apply the theory, skills and concepts learned in the EMT Basic course. Specific learning objectives are developed by faculty. Must also enroll in EMT Basic. (EMSP 1160) Note: Dates, times and location determined by instructor. Additional information sheet provided at registration. $105

CEU: 8.4

HRS: 84

#95708 North Aug 25 - Dec 11 -

MTWRF

#95710 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 -

MTWRF

#95709 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 -

MTWRF

#50224 Oct 20 - Dec 11

MTWRF

Central -

EMT Intermediate Prerequisites: EMT-Basic Certification This course constitutes the introduction to the advanced life support program. Students are provided with the knowledge and participate in the skills necessary to reach competence in trauma assessments, management of patients with traumatic injuries, medical assessments and advanced airway management Course includes International Trauma Life Support – ITLS training utilizing the advanced therapies and interventions. Emphasis will be on the DOT Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) - Intermediate guidelines. Must also enroll in EMT Intermediate Clinical. (EMSP 1338),(EMSP 1355), (EMSP 1356) Note: Textbook required

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CEU: 17.6

Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) and/or Paramedics determine the nature and extent of the patient’s condition while trying to ascertain whether the patient has pre-existing medical problems. Following strict rules and guidelines, they give appropriate emergency care and, when necessary, transport the patient.

Prerequisites Current immunizations and a criminal background check may be requirements for any clinical assignments. Individuals should contact the EMT Department at 281-476-1862 before enrolling to be certain all necessary registration requirements are met.

Certification

EMSP 1041

$749

Overview

HRS: 176

#95764 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

MTR

#95763 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 8:00a - 12:00p

MTR

Texas has four levels of certification. The highest is paramedic followed by EMT-Intermediate, EMT-Basic and Emergency Care Attendant (ECA). You must hold at least an EMT-Basic level certificate before you are eligible to gain a higher level certification. Initial certification requirements in Texas include: must be 18 years old; high school or GED; successful completion of an approved EMS training course; and pass the National Registry exam.

EMT Intermediate Clinical EMSP 1060

Prerequisites: EMT Basic Certification. Must be taken in conjunction with EMT Intermediate. Attendance is required at Clinical Orientation Saturday, September 13, 2008, 8 am-noon at Central Campus, Ballroom. Background check is required and is an additional student expense. Immunization records will be required. Call 281-476-1862 for details. This is a work-based experience and direct client care. This course enables the student to apply the theory, skills and concepts learned in the EMT Intermediate course. Specific learning objectives are developed by faculty. Must also enroll in EMT Intermediate. (EMSP 1260) Note: Dates, times and location determined by instructor. Additional information sheet provided at registration. $138 CEU: 13.2 HRS: 132 #95765 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 #95712 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 #95711 North Aug 25 - Dec 11 #95766 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 -

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


EMS Operations

Certified Nurse Aide

EMSP 2038

NURA 1001

Prerequisites: Department Chair approval, Call 281-476-1862. A detailed study of the knowledge and skills to safely manage the scene of an emergency. At the completion of this class, you will be able to safely manage medical incidents, rescue situations, hazardous materials and crime scenes. Practical field exercises are performed and may require some weekend participation. Students must meet the expected outcomes and terminal objectives of the class. (EMSP 2338) Note: Textbook required

CEU: 11.2

#50218 Central Aug 27 - Dec 11 6:00p - 9:40p

HRS: 112 W

Health Care Professional Certified Medication Aide NURA 1013

Prerequisites: Nursing home employment as CNA or non-licensed direct care staff on first day of class. Proof of high school diploma/ GED completion. Background check is required and is an additional student expense. Learn how to prepare and administer drugs in a licensed health care agency. Topics include: drug legislation, drug references, basic anatomy and physiology and common diseases. You will learn medical abbreviations, symbols, terminology, and common equivalents (apothecary, metric, and household measurements) required for medication administration. After completion of the class, you will be prepared to take the Texas Department of Human Services Medication Aide Licensure Exam. Includes 10 hours of clinical practice. Note: Textbook required. Signed copy of TDHS application requirements for the exam to be presented when registering for the class. $599

CEU: 14.4

HRS: 144

#50550 Central Aug 28 - Oct 27 1:00p - 5:00p *skip 8/29, 9/1, 10/13-10/17

MTWRF

#50551 Central Oct 20 - Dec 19 6:00p - 10:00p *meet 10/24, 12/19

MTWR

Please note:  All classes have limited enrollment.  Register early to guarantee a seat in your desired class. 

$725 #50556 Aug 28 - Sep 25 *skip 9/1

CEU: 9.2 Central 8:00a - 12:00p

HRS: 92 MTWRF

#50552 Sep 02 - Oct 02 *meet Friday 9/5

South 8:00a - 12:00p

MTWR

#50553 South Oct 06 - Nov 06 8:00a - 12:00p

MTWR

#50555 South Oct 13 - Nov 13 6:00p - 10:00p

MTWR

#50557 Central Oct 20 - Nov 20 8:00a - 12:00p

MTWR

#50554 South Nov 10 - Dec 12 8:00a - 12:00p *skip 11/26 & 11/27; add 12/5

MTWR

Health Occupations

$260

Prerequisites: Current negative TB test and Health Care Provider CPR (or Professional Rescuer CPR). Background check is required and is an additional student expense. Enter the field of nursing by becoming a Certified Nurse Aide. This class will teach you the skills, knowledge and abilities to care for residents of long-term care facilities. You will learn how to provide safety and preventive measures in the care of residents as well as how to function as a member of the health care team. You will be prepared for entry level employment in long-term care facilities, hospitals, and doctor's offices. After completion of the class, you will be eligible to take the State of Texas Certified Nurse Aide Certification Exam. Includes 24 hours of clinical practice. Note: Textbook and clinical scrubs required.

Suturing for the Surgical Technologist SRGT 2000

Prerequisites: None For the practicing surgical technologist, this course provides a didactic and skill approach to increase effectiveness in the Operating Room. Students will learn the basic principles of wound closure, knots, running sutures, instrument and vessel ties, two and one-handed ties, staple closures, Derma-bonding, mattress sutures and review the limitations of practice. Emphasis is placed on hands-on skills with a proficiency exam to complete the training day. This course is approved for CE credits with the Association of Surgical Technologists, Inc. Note: Student must bring a small bag of pig's feet. $95

CEU: .8

HRS: 8

Central 8:00a - 5:00p

S

#70540 Central Dec 06 - Dec 06 8:00a - 5:00p

S

#50574 Oct 18 - Oct 18

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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EKG Technician

Phlebotomy Technician Basic

ECRD 1011

PLAB 1023

Prerequisites: None Learn the fundamentals of anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system and the role of the EKG, electrocardiograph, in patient assessment. As an EKG Technician, you will perform diagnostic tests to assess the heart rhythm and rate in patients. The EKG technician is an integral part of the management of patients with heart disease and is employed by hospitals, medical/surgical clinics, and insurance companies. Course includes American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR. After meeting all EKG Technician course requirements, you will be eligible to take the American Society of Phlebotomy Technician National Certification Exam for EKG Technician. Note: Textbook required

Prerequisites: Proof of high school diploma/GED completion. Students are involved in skill development to perform a variety of blood collection methods using proper techniques and universal precautions. This course includes vacuum collection devices, syringes, capillary skin puncture, butterfly needles and blood culture, and specimen collection on adults, children, and infants. Emphasis is placed on infection prevention, proper patient identification, labeling of specimens and quality assurance, specimen handling, processing, and accessioning. Professionalism, ethics, and medical terminology topics are also included in the course. Must also enroll in the Phlebotomy Practicum.

$575

#50561 Aug 25 - Oct 06

CEU: 5.2

HRS: 52

North 1:00p - 5:00p

MW

#50562 Central Oct 06 - Nov 12 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

#50563 Central Oct 29 - Dec 10 1:00p - 5:00p *add 11/25, skip 11/26

MW

EKG Technician Training Overview EKG technicians assist physicians in diagnosing and treating cardiac (heart) and peripheral vascular (blood vessel) ailments. Cardiovascular technicians who specialize in electrocardiograms (EKGs), stress testing, and Holter monitors are known as EKG technicians. To take a basic EKG, technicians attach electrodes to the patient’s chest, arms, and legs, and then manipulate switches on an EKG machine to obtain a reading. An EKG is printed out for interpretation by the physician. This test is done before most kinds of surgery or as part of a routine physical examination, especially on persons who have reached middle age or who have a history of cardiovascular problems. They also explain the procedure to patients, record any additional medical history the patient relates, select appropriate equipment settings, and change the patient’s position as necessary. Some EKG technicians schedule appointments, type doctors’ interpretations, maintain patient files, and care for equipment.

Note: Textbook required $395 #50564 Sep 02 - Oct 23

CEU: 4.8 Central 4:00p - 7:00p

HRS: 48 TR

#50565 Central TR Oct 24 - Dec 04 4:00p - 8:00p *meet on Friday 10/24 first class only; class meets Tuesday and Thursday remainder

Phlebotomy Technician Practicum PLAB 1064

Prerequisites: Proof of high school diploma/GED completion. Proof of negative TB skin test and Hepatitis B vaccine. Background check is required and is an additional student expense. This is a work-based learning experience with direct client care. This course enables the student to apply the theory, skills and concepts learned in the basic phlebotomy class in a supervised clinic or lab setting. Specific learning objectives are developed by faculty. Must also enroll in Phlebotomy Technician Basic. Note: Taken after completion of Phlebotomy Technician Basic. Dates, times, and location determined by instructor $175

CEU: 12.0

HRS: 120

#50566 Central Oct 27 - Nov 20 7:00a - 4:00p

MTWRF

#70538 Central Dec 01 - Dec 19 7:00a - 4:00p

MTWRF

Clinical Requirement This training includes classroom lab sessions only. No outside clinical is included.

Certification This training prepares you to take the EKG Technician Exam offered by the American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians (ASPT). Please refer to the ASPT for complete certification eligibility requirements.

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To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Sterile Processing Technician Overview Sterile Processing Technicians work in hospitals, medical clinics, surgical centers, and veterinarian clinics. They provide the critical role of cleaning, packaging, sterilizing, storing and handling of sterile supplies and medical instruments, with a focus on infection control and aseptic techniques.

Certification This training prepares you for the national certification exam with the Certification Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution, Inc. (CBSPD)

Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging MRIT 2030 Prerequisites: Must have current national registration in X-Ray (ARRT), Nuclear Medicine (NMTCB or ARRT) or Radiation Therapy (ARRT) Focuses on the underlying scientific theory and practice leading to magnetic resonance imaging. Includes the concepts and scientific principles employed in magnetic resonnance imaging techniques. Emphasis on principles of magnetismand interactions of living matter within magnetic fields. Category A CE credit is approved by the ASRT for this class. (MRIT 2330) Note: Textbook required $229

CEU: 4.8

#50282 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 7:00p - 9:50p

HRS: 48 M

Sterile Processing Technician

Sectional Anatomy for Medical Imaging

SRGT 1044

RADR 2040

Prerequisites: None The sterile processing technician disinfects, processes, issues, and stores medical/surgical instruments. Students learn how to operate sterilizing units and how to package sterile supplies. Emphasis is placed on infection control and aseptic techniques. The sterile processing technician works in hospitals, doctor's offices, surgical centers, veterinary clinics, etc. This program prepares the student to take the certification exam for sterile processing and distribution. Note: Textbook required

Prerequisites: Must have current national registration in X-Ray (ARRT), Nuclear Medicine (NMTCB or ARRT) or Radiation Therapy (ARRT) This class is designed to familiarize the student with anatomic relationships that are present under various sectional orientations as depicted by Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or Ultra-sonography. Category A CE credit is approved by the ASRT for this class. (RADR 2340) Note: Textbook required

$550

#50298 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 7:00p - 9:50p

CEU: 4.8

HRS: 48

Central 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50572 Central Oct 14 - Nov 20 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50573 Sep 02 - Oct 09

Please note:  All classes have limited enrollment.  Register early to guarantee a seat in your desired class. 

$229

CEU: 4.8

Health Occupations

Clinical Requirements This training includes classroom lab sessions only. No outside clinical is included.

Medical Imaging

HRS: 48 T

MRI Clinical I MRIT 2061

Prerequisites: Sectional Anatomy for Medical Imaging and Principles of MRI, and Must have current national registration in X-Ray (ARRT), Nuclear Medicine (NMTCB), or Radiation Therapy (ARRT) This course is designed to provide you specialized instruction and experience in the performance of the various procedures normally found in a magnetic resonance imaging facility. (MRIT 2360) Note: Textbook required. Dates, times and location determined by instructor. $236

CEU: 9.6

#95718 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 -

HRS: 96 MTWRF

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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MRI Clinical II MRIT 2061

Prerequisites: MRI Clinical I, and Must have current national registration in X-Ray (ARRT), Nuclear Medicine (NMTCB), or Radiation Therapy (ARRT) This course is designed to provide you specialized instruction and experience in the performance of the various procedures normally found in a magnetic resonance imaging facility.

Certified Medical Coder PMI Saturday classes in September

(MRIT 2361)

Note: Textbook required. Dates, times and location determined by instructor. $236

CEU: 9.6

#95719 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 -

Class runs five Saturdays: Sept 13, 20, 27 Oct 4 & 11

HRS: 96 MTWRF

Medical Office

8:30a – 4:30p

Medical Office Professional For Information Call

MDCA 1021

Prerequisites: None This class will prepare you to work in a medical office setting and will provide a foundation for more advanced medical records careers. The content includes basic office procedures, medical records administration, medical terminology, and pathophysiology. This is a prerequisite course for the Medical Billing and Coding Specialist. Note: Textbook required $1399

CEU: 9.0

#50576 South Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:30p - 9:30p *skip 9/1, 11/26

Medical Transcription I

HRS: 90 MW

AAPC Professional Medical Coding Curriculum for CPC Certification

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713.448.6787 (PMI)

MRMT 1007

Prerequisites: Medical Terminology and word processing skills Learn the fundamentals of medical transcription with hands-on experience in transcribing actual physician dictation. This class is designed to develop speed and accuracy. (MRMT 1307) Note: Textbook required

HITT 1041

$239

CEU: 4.8

Prerequisites: Successful completion of Medical Office Professional or prior medical office/coding experience. The AAPC's Professional Medical Coding Curriculum is developed to present the latest information related to medical or insurance reimbursement. You will learn the theory of coding, gain an understanding of the coding fundamentals and then incorporate this learning by using the lab book to work coding reports. The CPC certification exam is included and will be administered the last class day. Note: Includes AAPC textbooks, AAPC Membership and CPC exam. You must bring your own current CPT and ICD 9 and HCPCS Coding Manuals. $1595 CEU: 9.0 HRS: 90 #50575 Central MW Aug 25 - Dec 13 6:30p - 9:30p *skip 9/1, 11/26

#50400 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 6:30p - 9:30p

HRS: 48 M

Please note:  All classes have limited enrollment.  Register early to guarantee a seat in your desired class. 

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Vision Care Instructors Wanted

Optician Technician

Instructors

Part-time

Wanted!

Optician Training Program

Opticians work with optometrists and ophthalmologists in medical offices and retail environments filling prescriptions and dispensing eyewear. Students are involved in 128 hours of skill development designed to introduce the basic principles of frame selection, styling, refractive errors, lens design the techniques required to measure, adjust and properly dispense spectacles. Emphasis is placed on the finishing portion of the fabrication of spectacles. This course includes lens mark-up, blocking, edging, beveling, impact resistance, tinting, insertion, and inspection of single vision and multi-focal lenses to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and other accepted standards. Additional skill instruction on specialty lens and frame production procedures will be provided. There will be 128 hours of work-based learning experience with simulated and actual direct client care. Students will be supervised in all simulated and actual lab settings. This course enables the student to apply the theory, skills and concepts learned in the Optician Training Program. Specific learning objectives are developed by faculty. The course will involve 7 hours of intensive review to improve student proficiency on the American Board of Opticianry (ABO) National certification Exam. An additional 7 hours will assist the student with resume and job interview skills.

Send your resume to:

cpd@sjcd.edu A member of our team will contact you if there is a match between our needs and your qualifications.

Linked Classes Classes labeled “Linked” are held in

conjunction with academic/credit classes.

Enrollment into these sections is limited and is on a space-available basis. CPD students in linked CE sections do not have to be admitted into the College and are TASP/THEA exempt. Courses that are linked with academic courses will adhere to the stated Continuing & Professional Development refund policy.

Note: Textbooks, scrubs and ID are included in the program price. Dates, times and location of actual lab experiences will be determined by instructor. $1,800 Central

CEU: 27.0

HRS: 270

TWR

6:00p - 10:00p

Spring 2009 start date January 15, 2009 to May 16, 2009.

Call Mary for information at 281-542-2059.

Health Occupations

We are always looking for qualified individuals who have teaching ability and are interested in sharing their expertise with others.

Prerequisites: Must be 18 and provide proof of high school diploma/GED by the class end date to be eligible for certification. Proof of negative TB skin test. Background check is required and is an additional student expense.

Key to Days of Week

M T W R F S Su

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Applied Technologies

Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) WLDG 2043

Construction CORE Curriculum: Introductory Craft Skills OSHT 1007

$343

CEU: 12.8

HRS: 128

Prerequisites: None Students will understand the obligations of workers to maintain a safe workplace, properly use power and hand tools along with worksite skills such as lock-out/tag-out and personal protective equipment. Note: Textbook Required

#95694 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 10:45a - 1:15p

MWF

#95693 North Aug 25 - Dec 10 10:30a - 12:40p

MWF

#50168 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

$300

#50169 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

CEU: 7.3

#50544 North Aug 26 - Dec 02 6:00p - 8:30p *skip 11/26-11/30

HRS: 73 TR

Introduction to Gas Metal ARC Welding (MIG) WLDG 1030

Welding Introduction to Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) WLDG 1028

Prerequisites: None An introduction to shielded metal arc welding process. Emphasis placed on power sources, electrode selection, oxy-fuel cutting, and various joint designs. Instruction provided in SMAW fillet welds in various positions. (WLDG 1528)

Note: No textbook required $343

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Prerequisites: WLDG 1528 or approval of department chair. Advanced topics based on accepted welding codes.Training provided with various electrodes in shielded metal arc welding with open V-groove joints in all positions. (WLDG 2543) Note: No textbook required

CEU: 12.8

HRS: 128

#95716 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 8:00a - 10:30a

MWF

#95715 North Aug 25 - Dec 10 7:30a - 10:00a

MWF

#50255 North Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

#50254 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

Prerequisites: None A study of the principles of gas metal arc welding, setup and the use of GMAW equipment, and safe use of tools and equipment. Instruction in various joint designs. (WLDG 1530) Note: No textbook required $343

CEU: 12.8

#50247 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

HRS: 128 TR

Introduction to Gas Tungsten ARC Welding (GTAW) WLDG 1034

Prerequisites: None An introduction to the principles of gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), setup/use of GTAW equipment, and safe use of tools and equipment. Welding instruction in various positions on joint designs. (WLDG 1534) Note: No textbook required $343

CEU: 12.8

HRS: 128

#50248 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50250 North Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

#50249 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 8:00a - 12:00p

TR

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Advanced Gas Tungsten ARC Welding (GTAW) WLDG 2051

Prerequisites: Intro Shield Metal ARC Welding (SMAW) or approval of department chair Advanced topics based on accepted welding codes. Training provided with various electrodes in shielded metal arc welding with open V-groove joints in all positions. (WLDG 2551) Note: No textbook required $343

CEU: 12.8

Instructors Wanted Part-time

Wanted!

We are always looking for qualified individuals who have teaching ability and are interested in sharing their expertise with others. Send your resume to:

cpd@sjcd.edu

HRS: 128

#50164 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

#50163 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

Instructors

A member of our team will contact you if there is a match between our needs and your qualifications.

WLDG 1035

WLDG 1091

Prerequisites: Adv Shield Metal Arc Weld (SMAW) or department chair approval An introduction to welding of pipe using the shielded metal arc welding process, including electrode selection, equipment setup, and safe shop practices. (WLDG 1535)

Prerequisites: WLDG 2551 or department chair approval An in-depth study of welding stainless steel. Instruction provided on SMAW and GTAW welding in various position groove welds.

Note: No Textbook required

$343

$343

CEU: 12.8

HRS: 128

#50252 North Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

#50253 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

#50251 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 8:00a - 12:00p

TR

(WLDG 2571)

Note: No textbook required

CEU: 12.8

#50301 North Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:00p - 10:00p

HRS: 128 MW

Applied Technologies and Trades

Stainless Steel (GTAW/SMAW)

Introduction to Pipe Welding

Sheetmetal Sheetmetal I: Sheetmetal 1B MCHN 1001

Prerequisites: None An introduction to the materials, tools, and techniques used in WLDG 2053 the sheet metal industry. Review of trade math problems involving Prerequisites: WLDG 1535 - Intro to Pipe Welding or chair approval measurement of lines, area, volume, weight, and geometric figures. Advanced topics involving welding of pipe using the shielded Note: Textbook required metal arc welding (SMAW) process. Topics include electrode CEU: 7.2 HRS: 72 selection, equipment setup, and safe shop practices. Emphasis on $300 North M weld positions 5G and 6G using various electrodes. (WLDG 2553) #50526 Aug 25 - Dec 08 6:00p - 10:30p Note: No textbook required *skip 9/1 $343 CEU: 12.8 HRS: 128

Advanced Pipe Welding

#50166 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50167 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Sheetmetal II: 2A

Pipefitting

MCHN 1049

Prerequisites: None An introduction to various types of pipe and fittings. Emphasis on principals and type fittings for radial line development and factors that influence bend allowance. Note: Textbook required $300

CEU: 7.2

#50527 North Aug 26 - Dec 09 6:00p - 10:30p

HRS: 72 T

Pipefitting Installation & Blueprint Reading: Pipefitting 2A PFPB 1043

Prerequisites: None Students will learn to explain the procedures for installing pipe, interpret piping drawings, identify different piping systems, use math applied to pipefitting operations and fabricate socket welding piping. Note: Textbook required

Sheetmetal III: Sheetmetal 3A

$225

MCHN 1053

#50513 North Aug 25 - Dec 08 6:00p - 10:00p *skip 9/1

Prerequisites: None An introduction to the principles of air flow as applied to HVAC air distribution systems in addition to the components of HVAC and the basic refrigeration cycle. Introduction to welding, brazing, and field measurements. Application of extensive triangulation layout and fabrication and fiberglass duct work. Note: Textbook required $300

CEU: 7.2

#50528 North Aug 27 - Dec 10 6:00p - 10:30p *skip 11/26-11/30

HRS: 72 W

MCHN 2030

Prerequisites: None A comprehensive review of development and fabrication techniques. Introduction to the concepts of shop production and organization, elements of air balance and specialty applications related to louvers, dampers, access doors, ventilators, fume, and exhaust systems. Note: Textbook required $300

CEU: 7.2

#50529 North Aug 28 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:30p *skip 11/26-11/30

HRS: 72 R

CEU: 6.4

M

PFPB 1043

Prerequisites: None Continuation of socket and butt weld pipe fabrication, rigging, pipe hangers and supports, advanced blueprint reading, standards and specifications, and advanced trade math. Note: Textbook required

CEU: 6.4

#50512 North Aug 26 - Dec 09 6:00p - 10:00p

HRS: 64 T

Pipefitting Standards, Specifications, & Installation: Pipefitting 3A PFPB 2032

Prerequisites: None Skill development in motorized equipment, above-ground pipe installation valves, field routing and vessel trim, spring can supports, testing piping systems and equipment, basic plumbing, planning work activities, and Nondestructive Testing (NDT). Note: Textbook required $225

CEU: 6.4

#50514 North Aug 27 - Dec 10 6:00p - 10:00p *skip 11/26-11/30

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HRS: 64

Pipefitting Fabrication & Blueprint Reading: Pipefitting 2B

$225

Sheetmetal IV: Sheetmetal 4A

HRS: 64 W

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Pipefitting Installation & Testing: Pipefitting 3B

HVAC/Refrigeration

PFPB 2007

Basic Electricity for HVAC: HVAC 1C

Prerequisites: None Continuation of installation practices with trade math, pipe hangers/supports, and testing piping systems. Note: Textbook Required $225

CEU: 6.4

#50542 North Aug 28 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p *skip 11/26-11/30

HRS: 64 R

Lean Manufacturing

See page 10 for details

Linked Classes Classes labeled “Linked” are held in

conjunction with academic/credit classes.

Enrollment into these sections is limited and is on

Prerequisites: None Principles of electricity as required by HVAC, including proper use of test equipment, electrical circuits, and component theory and operation. (HART 1401) Note: Textbook required $285

CEU: 9.6

HRS: 96

#50191 North Aug 25 - Dec 10 7:00p - 10:00p

MW

#95697 North Aug 25 - Dec 11 7:30a - 9:20a

MWF

Gas & Electrical Heating: HVAC 2A HART 1045

Prerequisites: HART 1401 Basic Electricity for HVAC and HART 1407 Refrigeration Principles Study of the procedures and principles used in servicing heating systems including gas fired furnaces and electric heating systems. (HART 1445) Note: Textbook required $285

CEU: 9.6

#50228 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 10:30a - 1:20p

HRS: 96

Applied Technologies and Trades

CLASSES ARE OFFERED IN LEAN MANUFACTURING

HART 1001

TR

a space-available basis. CPD students in linked College and are TASP/THEA exempt. Courses that

Residential Air Conditioning: HVAC 3A

are linked with academic courses will adhere to the

HART 1041

CE sections do not have to be admitted into the

stated Continuing & Professional Development refund policy.

Key to Days of Week

M T W R F S Su

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

Prerequisites: HART 1401 Basic Electricity for HVAC and HART 1407 Refrigeration Principles A study of components, applications, and installation of mechanical air conditioning systems including operating conditions, troubleshooting, repair, and charging of air conditioning systems. (HART 1441) Note: Textbook required $285

CEU: 9.6

HRS: 96

#50293 North Aug 25 - Dec 10 7:00p - 10:00p

MW

#50294 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 7:30a - 10:20a

TR

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Refrigeration Principles HART 1007

Prerequisites: None An introduction to the refrigeration cycle, heat transfer theory, temperature/pressure relationship, refrigerant handling, refrigeration components, and safety. (HART 1407) Note: Textbook required $285

CEU: 9.6

Automotive Electrical System AUMT 1007

Prerequisites: None Get an overview of your vehicle's automotive electrical system. Learn to test, diagnose and repair batteries and electrical accessories. (AUMT 1407) Note: Textbook required

HRS: 96

$286

#95721 North Aug 25 - Dec 10 9:30a - 11:20a

MWF

#50179 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:00p - 10:00p

MW

#50292 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 7:00p - 10:00p

TR

#95695 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 10:30a - 1:00p

MWF

#50180 Central Aug 29 - Dec 07 6:00p - 10:00p (F) 8:00a-12:00p (S)

FS

Heat Pumps HART 2049

Prerequisites: HART 1401 or HART 1407 or department chair approval Students will study heat pumps, control systems, defrost controls and auxiliary heat. (HART 2449) Note: Textbook required $285

CEU: 9.6

#50229 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 7:00p - 10:10p

HRS: 96 TR

CEU: 12.8

HRS: 128

Auto Heat & Air Conditioning AUMT 1045

Prerequisites: None Theory of automotive air conditioning and heating systems. (AUMT 1345)

Note: Textbook required $253

CEU: 9.6

#50175 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 6:00p - 9:00p 8:00a - 11:00a

Automotive Intro to Automotive Technology

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HRS: 96 MW

Automotive Engine Repair

AUMT 1005

AUMT 1019

Prerequisites: None Introduce yourself to the world of automotive technology. Learn the history, safety practices, shop equipment and tools for vehicle maintenance. (AUMT 1305) Note: Textbook required

Prerequisites: None Learn the fundamentals of engine operation, diagnosis and repair. Emphasis will be given to overhauling, disassembly, repair and reassembly of selected engines. (AUMT 1419) Note: Textbook required

$286

HRS: 128

$286

#95713 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 8:00a - 10:00a

MWF

#50181 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 8:00a - 12:00p

TR

#50240 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 9:00p

TR

#50182 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50239 Central Aug 29 - Dec 07 8:00a - 11:00a

FS

CEU: 12.8

CEU: 12.8

HRS: 128

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Auto Suspension and Steering Systems

Electrical Calculations I ELPT 1015

Prerequisites: None The course focuses on the theory and operation of automotive suspension and steering systems, including tire and wheel problem diagnosis, component repair, and alignment procedures. It may be taught with manufacturer-specific focus. (AUMT 1316) Note:

Prerequisites: None Introduction to mathematical applications utilized to solve problems in the electrical field. Topics include fractions, decimals, percentages, simple equations, ratio and proportion, metric conversion, and applied geometry. Electrical calculations to solve AC and DC electrical circuits are covered. (ELPT 1215) Note: Textbook required

$253

HRS: 128

$196

#50178 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 8:00a - 11:00a

TR

#50215 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 8:20p

TR

#50176 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 9:00p

TR

#50214 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 8:00a - 8:50a

TR

#50177 Central Aug 29 - Dec 07 6:00p - 9:00p

FS

#50484 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 5:00p - 5:50p

TR

AUMT 1016

CEU: 12.8

CEU: 3.2

HRS: 32

National Electric Code I ELPT 1025

Basic Electrical Theory ELPT 1011

Prerequisites: None Basic theory and practice of electrical circuits. Includes calculations as applied to alternating and direct current. Also covers electrical terminology, circuit analysis and mathematical formulas. (ELPT 1311) Note: Textbook required $239

CEU: 6.4

HRS: 64

Prerequisites: None An introductory study of the National Electric Code (NEC). Emphasis will be on wiring design, protection, methods and materials; equipment for general use, and basic calculations. (ELPT 1325)

Note: Textbook required $229

CEU: 4.8

HRS: 48

#50270 Central Aug 25 - Dec 08 6:45p - 9:45p

M

#50186 North Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:00p - 8:50p

MW

#50271 North Aug 25 - Dec 10 8:00p - 9:30p

MW

#50189 North Aug 25 - Dec 10 11:30a - 1:30p

MW

#50269 North Aug 25 - Dec 10 10:10a - 11:00a

MW

#50188 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 1:00p - 2:50p

TR

#50272 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 3:00p - 4:20p

TR

#50187 Central Aug 26 - Dec 09 6:00p - 10:00

T

#50190 Central Aug 28 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

R

Applied Technologies and Trades

Electrical/Electronics

Please note:  All classes have limited enrollment.  Register early to guarantee a seat in your desired class. 

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Digital Fundamentals CETT 1025

Prerequisites: None Analyze digital circuits such as combinational logic circuits, clocking and timing circuits, and analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog devices; troubleshoot various digital circuits using schematic diagrams; and solve problems involving binary, octal, decimal, and hexadecimal numbering systems. (CETT 1325) Note: Textbook required $243 CEU: 6.4 #50209 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 2:00p - 3:55p

HRS: 64 TR

#50208 Central Aug 27 - Dec 10 6:00p - 9:00p

W

Microprocessor CETT 1045

Prerequisites: CETT 1325/1025 or department chair approval An introductory course in microprocessor software and hardware: architecture, timing sequence, operation, and programming. Discussion of appropriate software diagnostic language and tools. (CETT 1345) Note: Textbook required $243

CEU: 6.4

#50266 Central Aug 28 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

HRS: 64 R

Linear Integrated Circuits CETT 1057

Prerequisites: CETT 1329 or department chair approval Students will cover the characteristics, operations, testing and feedback techniques for integrated circuits. (CETT 1357) Note: Textbook required $243

CEU: 6.4

#50261 Central Aug 29 - Dec 07 6:00p - 10:00p

CPMT 1003

Prerequisites: None A fundamental computer course that provides in-depth explanation of the procedures to utilize hardware and software. Emphasis on terminology, acronyms, and hands-on activities. (CPMT 1303)

Note: Textbook required $243

CEU: 6.4

HRS: 64

#50243 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 4:00p - 4:55p

TR

#50242 Central Aug 26 - Dec 09 6:00p - 10:00p

T

#50245 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 4:00p - 5:55p

TR

#50244 Central Aug 28 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

R

Industrial Electronics ELMT 2033

Prerequisites: CETT 1357 or department chair approval Students will cover the devices, circuits and systems used in automated manufacturing. (ELMT 2333) Note: Textbook required $243

CEU: 9.6

#50234 Central Aug 30 - Dec 06 1:00p - 5:00p

HRS: 96 S

Residential Wiring

HRS: 64

ELPT 1029

F

Prerequisites: None Wiring methods for single family and multi-family dwellings. Includes load calculations, service entrance sizing, proper grounding techniques, and associated safety procedures. (ELPT 1429) Note: Textbook required

Please note:  All classes have limited enrollment.  Register early to guarantee a seat in your desired class. 

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Introduction to Computer Technology

$280

CEU: 6.4

HRS: 64

#95728 North Aug 25 - Dec 10 8:00a - 10:00a

MWF

#50295 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:45p - 9:45p

TR

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Motor Controls

Electrical Machines

ELPT 1041

ELPT 1051

Prerequisites: ELPT 1311 or approval of department chair A study of operating principles dealing with solid-state and conventional controls along with their practical applications. Includes braking, jogging, plugging, and safety wiring,

Prerequisites: ELPT 1311 Students will cover DC motors, single phase and polyphase alternating current motors and generators. (ELPT 1351) Note: Textbook required

(ELPT 1441)

$239

Note: Textbook required $272

CEU: 9.6

CEU: 6.4

HRS: 64

#50216 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 6:00p - 10:00p

HRS: 96

#95717 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 10:10a - 12:00p

TRF

M

Review And Renewal for Electricians Master Electrician Exam Review

Prerequisites: None Preparation for journeyman electrician licensure with emphasis on calculations, and the National Electrical Code (NEC), Special attention is directed toward test taking skills, and practice exams as they apply to the state journeyman exam (ELPT 2301)

ELPT 1040 Prerequisites: None Introductory study of electrical theory, code calculations and interpretations applicable to becoming a master electrician. Emphasis is on residential, commercial and industrial installations using the current edition of the National Electric Code (NEC). (ELPT 1440)

$289

ELPT 2001

#50258 Aug 27 - Dec 10

CEU: 4.8

HRS: 48

$262

CEU: 6.4

HRS: 64

Central 7:00p - 10:00p

W

#50265 Aug 27 – Dec 10

Central 6:00p – 10:00p

W

Applied Technologies and Trades

Journeyman Electrician Exam Review

Texas Electrician's License Renewal Course ELPT 2000

Prerequisites: Texas Electrician's License Identify recent changes to the National Electrical Code; identify the most commonly used Tables in the National Electrical Code; list rules and regulations applicable to electrical licenses; and discuss how new code changes will affect work situations. Note: License number must be provided during class $65

CEU: .4

HRS: 4

#50535 Sep 06 - Sep 06

North 8:00a - 12:00p

S

#50536 Oct 04 - Oct 04

North 8:00a - 12:00p

S

#50537 Nov 01 - Nov 01

North 8:00a - 12:00p

S

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Motors and Transformers

Electric Motors: Electrical 3

ELPT 2005

IEIR 1006

Prerequisites: ELPT 1311 or approval of department chair Motors and Transformers Operation of single and three-phase motors and transformers. Includes transformer banking, power factor correction, and protective devices. Also included are three-phase power concepts, transformer and motor connections, transformer and motor connections. (ELPT 2405) Note: Textbook required

Prerequisites: None Fundamentals of single phase alternating current motors and direct motors including operating principles, characteristics, application, selection, and troubleshooting. Note: No textbook required

$262

CEU: 6.4

HRS: 64

#50267 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 1:10p - 2:30p

TR

#50268 Central Aug 27 - Dec 10 6:00p - 10:00p

W

$343

Prerequisites: ELPT 2325 or approval of department chair Electrical design of commercial and/or industrial projects including building layout, types of equipment, placement, sizing of electrical equipment, and all electrical calculations according to the requirements of the National Electrical Code (NEC). (ELPT 2343) Note: Textbook required CEU: 4.8

#50217 North Aug 26 - Dec 11 11:30a - 1:00p

Introduction to Corrosion Prerequisites: None An introduction to internal, external, and atmospheric corrosion including terminology, causes of common corrosion problems in industry, and general remedies such as cathodic protection, protective coatings, material selection, and chemical treatments. (METL 1313) Note: Textbook required

HRS: 48

$243

TR

#50246 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 4:15p - 5:55p

Prerequisites: None Study the fundamentals of direct current including Ohm's law, Kirchhoff's laws and circuit analysis techniques. Emphasis on circuit analysis of resistive networks and DC measurements. (CETT 1303)

Note: Textbook required CEU: 6.4

CEU: 6.4

HRS: 64 MW

Welding Metallurgy I

CETT 1003

W

METL 1013

DC Circuits

$243

HRS: 128

Nondestructive Testing

ELPT 2043

CEU: 12.8

#50483 Central Aug 28 - Dec 10 6:00p - 10:00p *skip 11/26-11/30

Electrical System Design

$229

METL 1001

Prerequisites: None A comprehensive study of refining properties, mechanical properties, and physical properties of ferrous and nonferrous materials including the theory of alloys, heat treatment, and testing. (METL 1405) Note: Textbook required

HRS: 64

$286

#50206 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 12:00p - 1:55p

TR

#50309 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 7:00p - 10:00p

#50207 Central Aug 26 - Dec 09 6:00p - 10:00p

T

CEU: 9.6

HRS: 96 MW

Please note:  All classes have limited enrollment.  Register early to guarantee a seat in your desired class. 

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To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Liquid Penetrant and Magnetic Particle

Film Interpretation of Weldments

NDTE 1010

NDTE 1001

Prerequisites: None An introduction to the study of nondestructive testing in accordance with SNT-TC-1A of materials before and after they are welded. An integral part of the course is the interpretation of nondestructive testing in accordance with building codes in liquid. (NDTE 1410) Note: Textbook required

Prerequisites: Course designed to give clear insight into interpretation of radiographic images and evaluation of the quality of film. Mathematics involved requires knowledge of algebra, studies in such areas as simple stresses, physical principles, history of industrial radiography, general principles of examination of materials with penetrating radiation, interaction between penetrating radiation and matter, absorption, and scatter and related tables, and density calculations. (NDTE 1301)

$286

CEU: 9.6

#50262 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 1:15p - 4:10p

HRS: 96 MW

NDTE 1054

Prerequisites: None Basic theory and applications of the ultrasonic techniques of materials testing covering the theoretical material from the certification test for Ultrasonic Level I American Society of Nondestructive Testing. (NDTE 1454) Note: Textbook required $286

CEU: 9.6

HRS: 96

#50238 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 1:15p - 4:10p

TR

#50237 Central Aug 30 - Dec 06 8:30a - 11:30a

S

Preparation for Welding Inspector NDTE 2011

Prerequisites: None General principles of welding inspection including welding processes, terms and definitions, welding discontinuities, duties and responsibilities of inspectors, destructive and nondestructive testing, quality assurance/ quality control, welding codes and blueprints, procedures, and case studies. An overview of welding tools and equipment, metallurgy, chemistry, and joint design. (NDTE 2411) $286

CEU: 9.6

HRS: 96

#50279 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 7:00p - 10:00p

MW

#50280 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 7:00p - 10:00p

TR

CEU: 6.4

#50225 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 8:00p - 10:00p

HRS: 64 TR

Pressure Vessel Inspection NDTE 2039

Prerequisites: General principles of pressure vessel inspection; covers American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and American Petroleum Institute (API) documents that pertain to pressure vessel inspection; emphasis will be on preparing students to take the API 510 certification examination. (NDTE 2440) Note: Textbook required $286

CEU: 12.8

#50281 Central Aug 30 - Dec 06 4:00p - 10:00p

HRS: 128

Applied Technologies and Trades

Intermediate Ultrasonic Testing

$253

S

Eddy Current Testing NDTE 1040

Prerequisites: None Students will be able to apply eddy current testing and procedures. (NDTE 1440) Note: Textbook required $286

CEU: 9.6

#50213 Central Aug 30 - Dec 06 4:00p - 10:00p

HRS: 96 S

Key to Days of Week

M T W R F S Su

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Introduction to Metrology MCHN 1020

Prerequisites: None An introduction to dimensional metrology with emphasis on the application of precision measuring instruments associated with the machining trade. Note: Textbook required $300

CEU: 4.8

#50491 North Aug 28 - Dec 11 6:00p - 9:00p *skip 11/26-11/30

HRS: 48 R

Advanced Computer-Aided Drafting DFTG 2032

Prerequisites: DFTG 1409 This course focuses on advanced techniques, including the use of a customized system and the presentation of advanced drawing applications, such as three-dimensional solids modeling and linking graphic entities to external non-graphic data. (DFTG 2432) Note: Textbook required $286

CEU: 9.6

#50162 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:45p - 9:45p

Drafting

DFTG 2023

DFTG 1005 Prerequisites: None Introduction to the principles of drafting to include terminology and fundamentals, including size and shape descriptions, projection methods, geometric construction, and sections. (DFTG 1405) Note: Textbook required

MW

Pipe Drafting

Technical Drafting

$286

HRS: 96

CEU: 9.6

#50304 Central Aug 25 - Dec 11 6:45p - 9:45p

HRS: 96 MW

Prerequisites: DFTG 1409 or department chair approval A study of pipe fittings, symbols, specifications and their applications to a piping process system. Creation of symbols and their usage in flow diagrams, plans, elevations and isometrics. (DFTG 2423) Note: Textbook required $286 CEU: 9.6 #50278 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:45p - 9:45p

HRS: 96 MW

#50632 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 12:00p - 2:50p

MW

Basic Computer-Aided Drafting Blueprint Reading for Metal DFTG 1009 Trades Workers Prerequisites: DFTG 1405 or DFTG 1413 or department chair approval. An introduction to computer-aided drafting. Emphasis is placed on drawing setup; creating and modifying geometry; storing and retrieving predefined shapes; placing, rotating, and scaling objects, adding text and dimensions, using layers, coordinate systems; and plot/print to scale. (DFTG 1409) Note: Textbook required $286

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CEU: 9.6

HRS: 96

#50184 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:45p - 9:45p

MW

#50185 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:45p - 9:45p

TR

DFTG 1023

Prerequisites: None Provides students with the symbols and interpretation of working drawings used in the metal trades. Note: Textbook required $300

CEU: 2.4

#50471 North Aug 27 - Oct 15 6:00p - 10:00p *skip 11/26-11/30

HRS: 24 W

Please note:  All classes have limited enrollment.  Register early to guarantee a seat in your desired class. 

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Aeronautics

Aviation Meteorology AIRP 1016

Flight Theory

Prerequisites: None Determine the meteorological phenomena affecting aircraft flight. This course is one of three private pilot ground school Prerequisites: None courses required to enter the Professional Pilot Program leading Receive instruction in basic flight information needed for to certification for employment in the aviation industry. Take flight in the National Aerospace System. This course qualifies as part of a program leading to Federal Aviation Administration an in-depth look at aviation meteorology from a weather data certification. One of three Private Pilot Ground School courses. perspective for flight planning. (AIRP 1307) (AIRP 1311) Note: Textbook required Note: Textbook required $229 CEU: 4.8 HRS: 48 $229 CEU: 4.8 HRS: 48 #50183 Central MW Aug 25 - Nov 12 10:30a - 12:20p #50227 Central M Aug 25 - Nov 10 1:00p - 5:00p AIRP 1011

#50226 Central Aug 26 - Nov 13 8:00a - 9:50a

TR

AIRP 1051

Prerequisites: Air Navigation, Aviation Meteorology, and Flight Theory or Private Pilot Certificate Learn the fundamentals of basic radio and navigation used in instrument flight. This course qualifies as part of a program leading to Federal Aviation Administration Certification. Plus includes 5 hours of flight simulator training. (AIRP 1451) Note: Textbook required

CEU: 6.4

HRS: 64

#50236 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 2:30p - 4:20p

TR

#50235 Central Aug 27 - Dec 10 6:00p - 10:00p

W

Commercial Ground School AIRP 2037

Prerequisites: Air Navigation, Aviation Meteorology, and Flight Theory or Private Pilot Certificate Advance your studies in aviation topics. This course can be used for Federal Aviation Administration certification at the commercial pilot level. Includes preparation for Commercial Airplane written test. (AIRP 2337) Note: Textbook required $229

CEU: 4.8

#50205 Central Aug 26 - Nov 13 10:00a - 11:50a

HRS: 48

Prerequisites: None Prepare to receive your private pilot's license and/or certification ratings. This course is one of three private ground school courses required to enter the Professional Pilot Program leading to certification for employment in the aviation industry. (AIRP 1301) Note: Textbook, flight computer and plotter are required $229

CEU: 4.8

HRS: 48

#50172 Central Aug 26 - Nov 18 12:30p - 2:20p

TR

#50171 Central Aug 27 - Nov 12 1:00p - 5:00p

W

Applied Technologies and Trades

Instrument Ground School

$262

Air Navigation AIRP 1001

Advanced Air Navigation AIRP 1041

Prerequisites: None Develop your air skills in airplane systems and performance. This course may be used as part of a program leading to Federal Aviation Administration certification. You will advance your skills in radio navigation and cross-country flight planning. (AIRP 1341) Note: Textbook required $229

CEU: 4.8

HRS: 48

#50161 Central Aug 25 - Dec 08 6:30p - 9:30p

M

#50160 Central Aug 26 - Nov 20 12:30p - 1:50p

TR

TR

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Truck Driving

Professional Truck DrivingDefensive Driving

Professional Truck Driver 1

NFND 0000

CVOP 1013 Prerequisites: Must sign up for Professional Truck Driver 2 at the same time General truck driving with hands-on skills development and instruction coordinated with the Department of Transportation. This course includes the required six hour Defensive Driving course to meet state requirements. Note: Textbook required. Runs concurrently with Professional Truck Driver 2 $1085

CEU: 12.6

HRS: 126

#50516 Sep 22 - Oct 30

Central 7:00a - 6:00p

MTWR

#50518 Nov 01 - Feb 08

Central 7:00a - 6:00p

S, Su

#50517 Central Nov 03 - Dec 18 7:00a - 6:00p

MTWR

Professional Truck Driver 2 CVOP 1040 Prerequisites: Must sign up for Professional Truck Driver 1 at the same time A continuation of Professional Truck Driver 1. General truck driving with hands-on skills development and instruction coordinated with the Department of Transportation. Students receive instruction in the operation of a tractor-trailer combination in city and highway conditions, including control and maneuvering of the vehicle through various traffic situations in different conditions with numerous tractor-trailer combinations. Note: Textbook required. Runs concurrently with Professional Truck Driving I $965

CEU: 12.0

HRS: 120

#50519 Sep 22 - Oct 30

Central 7:00a - 6:00p

MTWR

#50520 Nov 01 - Feb 08

Central 7:00a - 6:00p

S, Su

#50676 Central Nov 03 - Dec 18 7:00a - 6:00p

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MTWR

Prerequisites: None Required certification course for professional truck drivers. The course is for certification and insurance purposes only and cannot be utilized for traffic violations. This six hour course is to meet state requirements. Note: No textbook required $52

CEU: .6

HRS: 6

#95748 Aug 29 - Aug 29

Central 8:00a - 2:00p

F

#50524 Sep 13 - Sep 20

Central 8:00a - 12:00p

S

#50522 Oct 10 - Oct 10

Central 8:00a - 2:00p

F

#50523 Central Nov 28 - Nov 28 8:00a - 2:00p

F

FREE TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING FOR THOSE WHO QUALIFY

Call to find out if you qualify for this FREE training 281.478.2786

Key to Days of Week

M T W R F S Su

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Languages Great Beginnings

English Communication Skills 1

COMG 1000

Prerequisites: Pre-assessment This course is designed for students whose primary language is other than English. This is a four-skill, standards-based program for low beginning students of English. This course is a presentation of industry-related basic reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. This course emphasis the high-frequency vocabulary (basic sight words) and phonics; refines oral and written production and listening skills for enhanced job productivity; and increases control of the English sound system to minimize on-the-job miscommunication  or misperception due to foreign accent. Note: Textbook required $130

HRS: 60

#50388 Sep 03 - Oct 03 *meet 9/4

North 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

#50387 Sep 03 - Oct 03 *meet 9/4

South 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

#50389 Sep 03 - Oct 03

Central 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

#50386 Sep 15 - Oct 17

South 6:00p - 10:00p

MWF

#50385 Sep 15 - Oct 17

Central 6:00p - 10:00p

MWF

Please note: Don’t let your class cancel. Enroll with payment no later than 3 business days before your class is scheduled to begin. Atención: No deje que su clase se cancele por falta de alumnos. Inscríbase cuando menos 3 días hábiles antes de la fecha de inicio de su clase.

Prerequisites: Pre-assessment Designed for students, whose primary language is other than English, this course presents industry-related basic reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. The emphasis is on high-frequency vocabulary (basic sight words) and phonics; refining oral and written production; assists with listening skills for enhanced job productivity; and increasing control of the English sound system to minimize on-the-job miscommunication or misinterpretation due to foreign accent. This is the first class in our nine levels of English language instruction. Note: Textbook required $150

CEU: 6.0

HRS: 60

#50327 Sep 02 - Oct 21

South 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50328 Sep 02 - Oct 21

North 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50330 Sep 02 - Oct 21

Central 6:00p - 10:00p

TR

#50334 South Oct 06 - Nov 07 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

#50333 North Oct 06 - Nov 07 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

#50331 Central Oct 06 - Nov 07 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

#50332 Oct 20 - Nov 21 #50329 Oct 20 - Nov 21

MWF

South 6:00p - 10:00p Central 6:00p - 10:00p

Languages

CEU: 6.0

COMG 1000

MWF

Beginning French I NFND 0000

Prerequisites: None Fundamental skills in listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Also, includes basic vocabulary, grammatical structures, and culture. (FREN 1411) Note: Textbook Required $266

#95732 Aug 25 - Dec 11

CEU: 4.8

HRS: 48

Central 8:30a - 10:20a

MWF

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Inglés como Segundo Idioma ¡Venga e inscríbase en clases de comunicación de inglés como Segundo idioma y aprenderá o mejorará sus habilidades de hablar, escuchar, leer, y escribir en inglés!

Inscríbase ¡Hoy!

Cursos intensivos de 5 semanas Estas clases son diseñadas para quienes su idioma principal no es el inglés. Los estudiantes pueden tomar hasta nueve niveles de la enseñanza del inglés como segundo idioma. Hay nueve niveles los cuales incluyen introducción, intermedio, y avanzado. Conversación, pronunciación, lectura, escritura y gramática se enseñan en una combinación basada en las habilidades relacionadas con el empleo y son el énfasis de éste programa de inglés. Antes de inscribirse en el programa, los estudiantes deben tomar un exámen de evaluación. Esta evaluación lo califica para el nivel más apropiado para usted:

Ventajas Mejorará su habilidad de comunicación en inglés y sus oportunidades de empleo o para agrandar su productividad en el trabajo. Después de haber completado satisfactoriamente cada nivel, los alumnos recibirán un certificado de dominio del idioma y CEUs (Unidades de Educación Contínua).

Clases a precios Accesibles La cuota de inscripción es muy accesible; $150 por nivel de 60 horas.

Inscríbase ¡Hoy!

Clase

Principiante

Nombre de la clase/Descripción Grandes Principiantes Estudio de lenguaje de alta frecuencia, sobrevimiento y vida social.

Introductorio Comunicación en Inglés I y 2 Estudio de lenguaje de alta frecuencia; sonidos y refina sus habilidades escritas y orales. Intermedio

Comunicación en Inglés 3 y 4 Desarrollo de Habilidades de comunicación en un trabajo dinámico

Intermedio Comunicación en Inglés 5 y 6 Continuación de refinamiento de comunicación en el Trabajo; Reconocimiento idiomático, analogías, antónimos y sinónimos y tips de contenido Avanzado

Comunicación en Inglés 7 y 8 Se enfoca en elvocabulario del trabajo e industria

Avanzado Habilidades de Hablar y Escuchar 9 Se enfoca en comunicación interna y externa del trabajo, con clientes cubre solución de problemas y cómo tomar decisiones

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Lugares: Las clases de inglés se ofrecen en tres localidades: San Jacinto College Central Campus 8060 Spencer Hwy., Pasadena Llame al: 281.476.1838 San Jacinto College North Campus 5800 Uvalde Road, Houston Llame al: 281.459.7119 San Jacinto College South Campus 13735 Beamer Road, Houston Llame al: 281.922.3440

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


English Language Skills Sign up for English as a Second Language classes and you will learn or improve your speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills.

Advantages

Designed for students whose primary language is NOT English. Students can take up to nine levels of English as a Second language. Class levels include: beginning, introductory, intermediate and advanced levels. Classes cover: conversation, pronunciation, reading, writing and grammar – with special emphasis on the skills for survival. Before entering the program, students take the required English language placement test. Based on your score, you will be placed in the appropriate class.

Affordable Classes

Class

Improve your English communication skills which will lead to enhancing on the job performance. After the successful completion of each level, students receive a certificate of mastery and CEUs (Continuing Education Units).

Languages

Five (5) Week ESL English Classes

$150 per class

Class Name/Description

Beginner

Great Beginnings Covering basic reading, writing and practicing speaking

Introductory English Communication Skills 1 & 2 Studying high frequency vocabulary (basic sight words); phonics; refining oral and written skills Intermediate

English Communication Skills 3 & 4 Improving on the job dynamic communication skills

Intermediate English Communication Skills 5 & 6 Continuing to improve on the job communication; recognition of idioms, analogies, antonyms and synonyms and content clues Advanced

English Communication Skills 7 & 8 Focusing on job/industry related vocabulary

Advanced Listening and Speaking Skills 9 Focusing on internal on the job communication and external communication with clients and customers; covering problem-solving and decision-making skill

Register Today!

Locations: Classes are scheduled at the three campuses: San Jacinto College Central Campus 8060 Spencer Hwy., Pasadena

281.476.1838 San Jacinto College North Campus 5800 Uvalde Road, Houston

281.459.7119 San Jacinto College South Campus 13735 Beamer Road, Houston

281.922.3440

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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English Communication Skills 2 COMG 1000

Prerequisites: Pre-assessment or successful completion of Level 1 This is a continuation of English Communication Skills Level 1. The emphasis is on high-frequency vocabulary (basic sight words) and phonics; refining oral and written production; assists with listening skills for enhanced job productivity; and increasing control of the English sound system to minimize on-the-job miscommunication or misinterpretation due to foreign accent. Note: Textbook required $150

CEU: 6.0

HRS: 60

#50338 South Oct 23 - Dec 18 6:00p - 10:00p *skip 11/25, 11/27

TR

#50340 North Oct 23 - Dec 18 6:00p - 10:00p *skip 11/25, 11/27

TR

#50336 Central Oct 23 - Dec 18 6:00p - 10:00p *skip 11/25, 11/27

TR

#50339 South Nov 10 - Dec 19 8:00a - 12:00p *skip 11/24, 11/26, 11/28

MWF

#50337 North Nov 10 - Dec 19 8:00a - 12:00p *skip 11/24, 11/26, 11/28

MWF

#50335 Central Nov 10 - Dec 19 8:00a - 12:00p *skip 11/24, 11/26, 11/28

MWF

COMG 1003

Prerequisites: None This course addresses essential listening and speaking skills and assists students in improving verbal communication skills in English. Note: Textbook required

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CEU: 2.4

Effective Study Skills (ESS) COMG 1091

Prerequisites: None Effective Study Skills (ESS) is a copyrighted, nationally published, and scientifically validated system for study developed by Houston sociologist James K. Semones. Taught to thousands of high school, college, and graduate students throughout the United States, this seminar will be taught in person by its author and developer. ESS is designed for learners 15 years of age and up. In one dynamic seminar, students are taught how to use a comprehensive, skill-based system to earn superior grades in school. Skills covered include how to read a textbook for maximum comprehension and retention, get the most out of class, take effective notes, manage time effectively, prepare for different types of exams in order to earn superior grades, conquer test anxiety, etc. The seminar also incorporates a confidential pretest to enable each participant to accurately pinpoint current skill levels and areas that need improvement. (Note: One or both parents may attend for free for each participant registered high school student. Note: Bring 2 pens and writing paper. $75 CEU: .8 HRS: 8 #50482 North S Oct 11 - Oct 11 8:00a - 5:00p #50481 North S Nov 29 - Nov 29 8:00a - 5:00p

English as a Second Language/English Communication Skills

Conversational English

$80

Adult Basic Education

HRS: 24

#50325 North Nov 01 - Dec 13 10:00a - 2:00p

S

#50324 Central Nov 01 - Dec 13 10:00a - 2:00p *skip 11/29

S

#50323 South Nov 01 - Dec 13 10:00a - 2:00p *skip 11/29

S

Join us for a FREE 30-minute class and learn how much fun you can have while learning to speak, read, write and listen in English. The class is followed by an assessment. Additional information will be given. Class times are 6:00p – 6:30p and 6:45p to 7:15p. Class size is limited. Please call to reserve a seat. (Phone numbers are below.) North Campus – Tue, Jul 29 (NSTC S215) Central Campus – Wed, Jul 30 (CILC T109) South Campus – Thu, Jul 31 (SADM 2224)

Inglés como segundo idioma/Habilidades de comunicación en inglés Venga a disfrutar de una lección GRATIS de 30 minutos y aprenda a escribir, leer y escuchar en inglés mientras se divierte. Después de las clases se le evaluará y se le proporcionará información adicional. Los horarios son de 6:00pm – 6:30pm and 6:45pm to 7:15pm.  El cupo es limitado, favor de reservar. Campo Norte – Martes, Jul 29 (NSTC S215) Campo Central – Miércoles, Jul 30 (CILC T109) Campo Sur - Jueves, Jul 31 (SADM 2224)

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Personal Enrichment

NFND 0000

Arts and Crafts

Prerequisites: None Exploring the potentials of painting media with emphasis on color and composition. (ARTS 2316)

Ceramics I

$239

NFND 0000

Prerequisites: ARTS 1312 Studio Course. An introduction to basic ceramic processes and an exploration of clay as an artistic medium. Includes mechanical (wheel-thrown) and hand-built techniques, and glazing and firing processes. (ARTS 2346) Note: No textbook required $249

CEU: 9.6

MW

#50197 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:00p - 8:50p

MW

NFND 0000

Prerequisites: ARTS 2346 Studio course. A continuation of ARTS 2346. Exploration of clay as an artistic medium, concentrating on combinations of mechanical and hand-built techniques. (ARTS 2347) Note: No textbook required CEU: 9.6

#50198 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 11:30a - 2:20p

MW

TR

#50274 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 8:50p

TR

#50273 South Aug 26 - Dec 11 11:30a - 2:20p

TR

Painting II NFND 0000

$239

CEU: 9.6

HRS: 96

#50277 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 11:30a - 2:20p

TR

#50276 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 8:50p

TR

Sculpture I NFND 0000

Prerequisites: None This is an exploration of various sculptural approaches in a variety of media, including additive and subtractive techniques. (ARTS 2326)

Drawing I NFND 0000

Prerequisites: None A beginning course investigating a variety of media, techniques and subjects, exploring perceptual and descriptive possibilities with consideration of drawing as a developmental process, as well as an end in itself. (ARTS 1316) CEU: 9.6

#50275 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 11:30a - 2:20p

$249

CEU: 9.6

#50297 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 11:30a - 2:20p

Personal Enrichment

MW

HRS: 96

HRS: 96

#50199 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:00p - 8:50p

$239

CEU: 9.6

Prerequisites: None Continuation of Painting I with emphasis on individual expression. (ARTS 2317)

Ceramics II

HRS: 96

#50196 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 11:30a - 2:20p

$249

Painting I

HRS: 96 TR

HRS: 96

#50212 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 6:00p - 8:50p

MW

#50211 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 8:30a - 11:20a

MW

#50210 South Aug 26 - Dec 11 8:30a - 11:20a

TR

Please note:  All classes have limited enrollment.  Register early to guarantee a seat in your desired class. 

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Studies in Contemporary Art NFND 0000

$216

CEU: 8.0

HRS: 80

#50663 Central Aug 29 – Dec 11 10:00a – 12:50p

F

#50664 Central Aug 29 – Dec 11 10:00a – 12:50p

F

#50665 Central Aug 29 – Dec 11 10:00a – 12:50p

F

Ballroom Dancing II (American Social Style) NFND 0000

Prerequisites: None Perfect your Ballroom Dancing skills with Carl Rentz. Stay in the world of dance and have fun, fun, fun. Meet new friends and go dancing for a healthy lifestyle. Dance the TANGO SALSA RHUMBA and SAMBA. Note: A partner is not required $80

CEU: 1.2

HRS: 12

South 8:00p - 10:00p

W W

NFND 0000

#50318 South Oct 15 - Nov 19 8:00p - 10:00p

Prerequisites: None Introduction to the basic techniques and materials of transparent and opaque watercolors. (ARTS 2366)

Country & Western Dance I

#50317 Sep 03 - Oct 08

Watercolor I

$239

CEU: 9.6

HRS: 96

#50307 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 6:00p - 8:50p

TR

#50308 South Aug 26 - Dec 11 11:30a - 2:20p

TR

NFND 0000

Prerequisites: None Emphasis will be on mastering the basic steps and turns of the Texas 2-Step, Waltz, and Texas Polka. Partners are not required; everyone will be requested to change partners after each exercise or dance. Note: A partner is not required $80

Ballroom Dancing I (American Social Style) Prerequisites: None Learn to dance the Foxtrot, Swing, Waltz, and Cha Cha with Carl Rentz. EASY FUN RELAXING. Get ready to dance at weddings, on cruises, and at parties. Great heathy exercise. Your friends will be impressed. Dance to music of Gershwin, Cole Porter, Berlin, Rodgers and Hart, Jerome Kern, and many others. Note: A partner is not required

Central 7:00p - 9:00p

W

NFND 0000

Prerequisites: None This is an objective education course that examines many aspects of personal finance and how they can work together to create an integrated successful retirement plan. Shows you how to assess your financial situation and develop a personalized plan to achieve your financial and retirement goals.

HRS: 12

$60

South 6:00p - 8:00p

W

#50316 South Oct 15 - Nov 19 6:00p - 8:00p

W

#50314 Sep 03 - Oct 08

HRS: 12

Retirement Planning Today

CEU: 1.2

CEU: 1.2

Financial Management

NFND 0000

50

#50326 Sep 03 - Oct 08

Dance

$80

CEU: .9

HRS: 9

#50438 Sep 30 - Oct 14

Central 6:30p - 9:30p

T

#50437 Oct 02 - Oct 16

South 6:30p - 9:30p

R

#50439 Oct 04 - Oct 18

South 9:00a - 12:00p

S

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Motorcycle Riders Course NFND 0000 Prerequisites: Student must have a valid drivers license or instructional permit. Student must be able to ride a bicycle. Upon successful course completion, certificate is issued for submission to the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). Motorcycles are furnished (250cc). Students must wear a helmet, over-the-ankle leather shoes/boots with heels, gloves, and long sleeve shirt. Note: Motorcycle and helmet for class will be provided . $180

CEU: 1.9

HRS: 19

Meets Friday 6:00p – 9:30p, Saturday & Sunday 7:30a – 3:30p

Central Campus

North Campus

Central

Sep 05 - Sep 07

#50415

North

Sep 05 - Sep 07

#50416

Central

Sep 12 - Sep 14

#50402

North

Sep 12 - Sep 14

#50417

Central

Sep 19 - Sep 21

#50411

North

Sep 19 - Sep 21

#50412

Central

Sep 26 - Sep 28

#50410

North

Sep 26 - Sep 28

#50418

Central

Oct 03 - Oct 05

#50409

North

Oct 03 - Oct 05

#50419

Central

Oct 10 - Oct 12

#50408

North

Oct 10 - Oct 12

#50420

Central

Oct 17 - Oct 19

#50407

North

Oct 17 - Oct 19

#50425

Central

Oct 24 - Oct 26

#50406

North

Oct 24 - Oct 26

#50421

Central

Oct 31 - Nov 02

#50405

North

Oct 31 - Nov 02

#50422

Central

Nov 07 - Nov 09

#50413

North

Nov 07 - Nov 09

#50423

Central

Nov 14 - Nov 16

#50404

North

Nov 14 - Nov 16

#50424

Central

Nov 21 - Nov 23

#50403

North

Nov 21 - Nov 23

#70517

Central

Dec 05 - Dec 07

#70514

North

Dec 05 - Dec 07

#70516

Central

Dec 12 - Dec 14

#70513

North

Dec 12 - Dec 14

#70515

Central

Dec 19 - Dec 21

#70512

North

Dec 19 - Dec 21

Personal Enrichment

#50414

To Register Call: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Music

Sports and Recreation

Class Guitar I

Martial Arts

NFND 0000

NFND 0000

Prerequisites: None Have you ever wanted to learn to play the guitar? Calvin Arnold, a local musician, is offering beginning guitar class. Each student must have his or her own, acoustic or electric guitar. Students will learn to read music and proper fingering techniques. Open to ages 13 and up. (MUSI 1192) Note: Textbook required, guitar required.

Prerequisites: None A fun way to learn this non-competitive, non-aggressive, self-defense Japanese Martial Art. This multi-level course will be open to beginners as well as advanced students. Warm-up exercises, throws and pins, basic Aikido history, theory, and tradition are taught. Emphasis is on movement, stress control, and self-defense. By redirecting an attacker's strength and momentum, even a smaller person can effectively deal with a much larger person's aggression. This class is affiliated with the Aikido Association of America. Certified rank promotion and testing are available through this class. Classes are coed, and anyone in reasonably good health can participate. No uniforms or books are required for the class. Instructor is certified through the Aikido Association of America. (PHED 1140) Note: Textbook required

$163

CEU: 3.2

#50203 South Aug 28 - Dec 11 6:00p - 8:00p

HRS: 32 R

College Choir NFND 0000

Prerequisites: None The College Choir performs many styles of sacred and secular literature. (MUEN 1141) $163

CEU: 4.5

#50204 South Aug 26 - Dec 09 6:00p - 9:00p

HRS: 45 T

Prerequisites: None Membership is open to all students on the basis of audition and/or conference. Instruments in the jazz ensemble include trumpets, trombones, saxophones, clarinets, flutes, piano, bass, guitar and drums. (MUEN 1125) CEU: 4.5

#50256 South Aug 25 - Dec 08 6:00p - 9:00p

HRS: 45 M

NFND 0000

Prerequisites: Knowledge of all major scales required Course designed to provide background knowledge of basic materials and skills used in improvising jazz solos. (MUSI 1163)

CEU: 4.5

#50257 South Aug 25 - Dec 10 11:30a - 12:50p

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HRS: 48

#50264 Central Aug 25 - Dec 08 6:30p - 9:30p

M

#50263 South Aug 26 - Dec 11 7:00p - 8:20p

TR

Prerequisites: None A continuation of the Aikido Introductory class. Students that practice Aikido learn how to defend themselves without hurting others. (PHED 2140) Note: Textbook required $165

CEU: 4.8

#50165 South Aug 26 - Dec 11 8:30p - 9:50p

HRS: 48 TR

Beginning & Intermediate Swimming

Jazz Improvisation I

$163

CEU: 4.8

NFND 0000

NFND 0000

Advanced Martial Arts

Jazz Ensemble

$163

$165

HRS: 45 MW

NFND 0000

Prerequisites: None Explanation, demonstration, and practice in the five basic strokes, diving, survival skills, and basic elements of water safety. (PHED 1105)

$165

CEU: 4.8

#50192 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 8:30a - 9:50a

HRS: 48 MW

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Golf – Beginning

Racquetball

NFND 0000

Prerequisites: None Basic skills and strokes are stressed. Includes rules and etiquette of the game. Students must bring their own clubs and a few golf balls. Additional money will also be needed for purchase of golf balls at a driving range where some of the instruction will be conducted. Note: Do not bring golf clubs to the first class $50

NFND 0000

Prerequisites: None This course introduces the student to the rules, terms, safety, basic skills and strategies necessary to play racquetball. (PHED 1109) $165 CEU: 4.8 #50289 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 11:30a - 12:50p

HRS: 48 MW

CEU: .8

HRS: 8

Central 5:30p - 6:50p

T

#50291 Central Aug 25 - Dec 08 6:30p - 9:30p

M

#50381 Central Oct 14 – Nov 18 5:30p - 6:50p

T

#50290 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 11:30a - 12:50p

TR

#50382 Sep 02 - Oct 07

Tai Chi

Golf – Intermediate

NFND 0000

NFND 0000

Prerequisites: None Attention is given to proper stance, grip, swing, and game process. Supervised help in developing control and accuracy. Students must bring their own golf clubs and a few golf balls. Additional money will also be needed for purchase of balls at a driving range where some of the instruction will be conducted. Note: Do not bring golf clubs to the first class $50

HRS: 8

Central 5:30p – 6:50p

R

#50384 Central Oct 16 – Nov 20 5:30p – 6:50p

R

#50383 Sep 04 - Oct 09

Kickboxing for Fitness NFND 0000

Prerequisites: None Kickboxing is a fitness program designed to improve muscle tone and cardiovascular endurance through constant motion and repetition using martial arts techniques. (PHED 1145)

$165

CEU: 4.8

#50259 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 11:30a - 12:50p

HRS: 48 MW

$90

#50440 Sep 10 - Nov 12

CEU: 1.5

HRS: 15

South 6:30p - 8:00p

W

Water Aerobics NFND 0000

Personal Enrichment

CEU: .8

Prerequisites: None Tai Chi is an ancient system for maintaining well-being. Sifu Rich McKay offers instruction in the popular Yang style short form. The classes will include an explanation of the martial aspects of the art and instruction in chi kung and easy exercises that promote feelings of energy and relaxation. You should dress in loose-fitting, comfortable clothing and be capable of mild exertion and slow, rhythmic movements. Beginners are welcome. Note: No textbook required

Prerequisites: None A total body fitness program including cardiovascular and muscular endurance, strength and flexibility in the water. (PHED 1116)

$165

CEU: 4.8

HRS: 48

#50306 Central Aug 25 - Dec 10 1:00p - 2:20p

MW

#50305 Central Aug 26 - Dec 11 1:00p - 2:20p

TR

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Test Preparation

GED Preparation: Social Studies/ Science NFND 0000

GED Preparation Tutorial NFND 0000

Prerequisites: GED practice test The longer GED Preparation series allows for a greater focus on subject matter than the traditional GED Review. Subject matter is covered at a slower pace and a more in-depth level than the GED Review. The series includes Mathematics, Social Studies/Science, and Language Arts. Take each course separately or as a series and save. Note: Textbook and Casio FX-260 calculator are required

$80

CEU: 2.4

HRS: 24

#50368 Central Nov 12 - Nov 24 6:00p - 10:00p

MWF

#50367 South Nov 12 - Nov 24 6:00p - 10:00p

MWF

#50366 North Nov 12 - Nov 24 6:00p - 10:00p

MWF

$300 #50353 Sep 03 - Nov 24

CEU: 9.6 South 6:00p - 10:00p

HRS: 96 MWF

#50354 Sep 03 - Nov 24

North 6:00p - 10:00p

MWF

#70508 South Dec 01 - Dec 12 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

#50352 Sep 03 - Nov 24

Central 6:00p - 10:00p

MWF

#70510 Central Dec 01 - Dec 12 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

#50355 Central MWF Oct 06 - Dec 12 8:00a - 12:00p *skip 11/17, 11/19, 11/21. 11/24, 11/26, 11/28 #50351 South MWF Oct 06 - Dec 12 8:00a - 12:00p *skip 11/17, 11/19, 11/21, 11/24, 11/26, 11/28

GED Preparation: Math NFND 0000

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Prerequisites: None For GED applicants who have yet to complete the Social Studies and Science portions of the test. This course is ideal for GED candidates who need more intense tutoring and practice. Test-taking preparation is included. Note: Textbook required

GED Preparation: Language Arts NFND 0000

Prerequisites: GED practice test For GED applicants who have yet to complete the Language Arts-Writing and Language Arts-Reading portions of the test. This course is ideal for GED candidates who need more intense tutoring and practice in reading and writing. Like the traditional GED Preparation class, test-taking preparation is included. Note: Textbook required

Prerequisites: GED practice test This course is ideal for GED applicants who need more intense review in math including those who will be learning some mathematical concepts for the first time. The Math preparation includes test-taking techniques. Note: Textbook and Casio FX-260 calculator required

$110

$110

CEU: 3.6

HRS: 36

#50365 Sep 03 - Oct 06

South 6:00p - 10:00p

MWF

#50364 Sep 03 - Oct 06

North 6:00p - 10:00p

MWF

#50362 Sep 03 - Oct 06

Central 6:00p - 10:00p

MWF

#50361 Oct 06 - Oct 24

South 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

#50363 Oct 06 - Oct 24

Central 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

CEU: 3.6

HRS: 36

#50358 South Oct 08 - Nov 10 6:00p - 10:00p

MWF

#50359 Central Oct 08 - Nov 10 6:00p - 10:00p

MWF

#50357 North Oct 08 - Nov 10 6:00p - 10:00p

MWF

#50356 South Oct 27 - Nov 14 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

#50360 Central Oct 27 - Nov 14 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


GED Review NFND 0000

Prerequisites: GED practice test This comprehensive course includes instruction in all five sections of the GED exam, test taking strategies, and problem solving skills. It is designed for students who have some prior knowledge of the material, but who need a refresher in the subject matter, and who need to acquire or improve test-taking skills. Each course in the series includes practice test reviews. Take as a series or take course separately. Note: Textbook and Casio FX-260 calculator required $150 CEU: 5.4 HRS: 54 #50369 North MWF Sep 03 - Oct 03 8:00a - 12:00p #50370 South MWF Sep 03 - Oct 03 8:00a - 12:00p #50371 Central MWF Sep 03 - Oct 03 8:00a - 12:00p

GED Review: Math

GED Review: Social Studies, Reading & Science NFND 0000

Prerequisites: GED practice test This course is ideal for GED applicants who need more intense review in Social Studies and Science including those who will be learning these concepts for the first time. The Social Science and Science preparation includes test-taking techniques. Note: Textbook required $40 CEU: 1.2 HRS: 12 #50376 South MWF Sep 29 - Oct 03 8:00a - 12:00p #50375 North MWF Sep 29 - Oct 03 8:00a - 12:00p #50377 Sep 29 - Oct 03

Central 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

GED Review: Writing NFND 0000

NFND 0000

Prerequisites: GED practice test This course is ideal for GED applicants who need more intense review in math including those who will be learning some mathematical concepts for the first time. The Math preparation includes test-taking techniques. Note: Textbook and Casio FX-260 calculator are required $80 CEU: 2.4 HRS: 24 #50372 North MWF Sep 03 - Sep 15 8:00a - 12:00p #50374 Central MWF Sep 03 - Sep 15 8:00a - 12:00p #50373 South MWF Sep 03 - Sep 15 8:00a - 12:00p

Prerequisites: GED practice test For GED applicants who have yet to complete the Language Arts portion of the test. This course is ideal for GED candidates who need more intense preparation and practice in reading and writing. The Language Arts preparation includes test-taking practice. Note: Textbook required $55

CEU: 1.8

HRS: 18

#50379 Sep 17 - Sep 26

North 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

#50378 Sep 17 - Sep 26

Central 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

#50380 Sep 17 - Sep 26

South 8:00a - 12:00p

MWF

You must sign up to take a free GED practice exam prior to enrolling into a class. Taking the practice test is a prerequisite for all GED classes. Location August North Campus South Campus Central Campus

Date

Time

Room

Sat, Aug 9 Sat, Aug 16 Sat, Aug 23

8:00 am - 12:00 pm 8:00 am - 12:00 pm 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

NOCC B1020 SADM 2225B CILC T109

September North Campus South Campus Central Campus

Sat, Sept 13 Sat, Sept 20 Sat, Sept 27

8:00 am - 12:00 pm 8:00 am - 12:00 pm 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

NOCC B1020 SADM 2121 CILC T109

December North Campus South Campus Central Campus

Sat, Dec 6 Sat, Dec 13 Sat, Dec 13

8:00 am -12:00 pm 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

NSTC S204 SADM 2121 CILC T109

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

Test Preparation

Working toward getting your GED?

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Online Your Training Connection ONLINE Offerings connecting you with success 24/7 Welcome to Learning Your Way through the Continuing & Professional Development Division. These mentored offerings will fit your training needs and your life style. All you need is Internet access, e-mail, and a web browser (Internet Explorer, Netscape or Firefox.)

You will receive an e-mail orientation package a couple of days before the start of your class. This package will give you orientation information and instruct you on how to set up your username and password to take the class. You will have 6 weeks to finish the course. Two chapters are released per week. Once released, you will have access to them for the duration of the course. The instructor is available via e-mail and during specific times during the week.

How ONLINE works: To register: Choose a course and then choose a start date: • Sept 17 • Oct 15 • Nov 12 Register by contacting any location using the Section No. listed.

Online Summer 08 Course Title

Section No. Tuition

Section No. Cost

Sales Management, Principles of - ONLINE

50125

$99.00

$99.00

Supply Chain Management Applications - ONLINE

50131

$99.00

$99.00

Supply Chain Management Fundamentals - ONLINE

50132

$99.00

50048

$99.00

Technical Documents, Writing Great - ONLINE

50133

$99.00

Administrative Assistant Fundamentals - ONLINE

50049

$99.00

Technical Writing, Fundamentals of - ONLINE

50134

$99.00

Business Writing, Effective - ONLINE

50054

$99.00

Total Quality Applications - ONLINE

50135

$99.00

Communicating Like a Leader - ONLINE

50059

$99.00

  

Communication, High Powered - ONLINE

50060

$99.00

Construction Business Management, Successful - ONLINE 50064

$99.00

 A+ Certification, Advanced - ONLINE

50041

$149.00

50042

$149.00

Business and Careers Accounting Fundamental II - ONLINE

50046

Accounting Fundamentals - ONLINE

50047

Administrative Assistant Applications - ONLINE

Computer and IT

Creating a Successful Business Plan - ONLINE

50067

$99.00

A+ Certification, Basic - ONLINE

Criminal Law, Introduction to - ONLINE

50068

$99.00

A+ Certification, Intermediate - ONLINE

50043

$149.00

$99.00

Access 2003, Introduction - ONLINE

50044

$99.00

50045

$99.00

Difficult People, Achieving Success with - ONLINE

50071

Distribution and Logistics Management - ONLINE

50072

$99.00

Access 2007, Introduction - ONLINE

Editing, The Keys to Effective - ONLINE

50075

$99.00

ASP.NET, Introduction - ONLINE

50051

$99.00

50076

$99.00

C# Programming, Intermediate - ONLINE

50055

$99.00

Fundamentals of Supervision and Management - ONLINE 50084

$99.00

C# Programming, Introduction - ONLINE

50056

$99.00

$99.00

C++ for the Absolute Beginner - ONLINE

50057

$99.00

50058

$99.00

Employment Law Fundamentals - ONLINE

Human Resources Function, Understanding the - ONLINE 50088 Leadership - ONLINE

50092

$99.00

C++ Programming, Introduction - ONLINE

Marketing your Business on the Internet - ONLINE

50095

$99.00

CompTIA Network+Certification Prep - ONLINE

50061

$149.00

50062

$149.00

Photography, Discover Digital - ONLINE

50108

$99.00

CompTIA Security+Certification Prep - ONLINE

Photography, Secrets of Better - ONLINE

50109

$99.00

Computer Skills for the Workplace - ONLINE

50063

$99.00

$99.00

Creating a Small Office Network - ONLINE

50066

$99.00

50069

$99.00

Project Management Applications - ONLINE

50117

Project Management, Fundamentals - ONLINE

50118

$99.00

Crystal Reports 10, Introduction to - ONLINE

Purchasing Applications - ONLINE

50119

$99.00

CSS and XHTML, Introduction - ONLINE

50070

$99.00

$99.00

Dreamweaver MX 2004, Introduction to - ONLINE

50073

$99.00

Purchasing: Fundamentals - ONLINE

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Course Title

50120

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Course Title

Section No. Tuition

Course Title

Section No. Tuition

Excel 2003, Advanced - ONLINE

50077

$99.00

Excel 2003, Intermediate - ONLINE

50078

$99.00

Beginning Braille Transcription - ONLINE

50052

$99.00

Excel 2003, Introduction - ONLINE

50079

$99.00

Business and Marketing Writing - ONLINE

50053

$99.00

Excel 2007, Introduction - ONLINE

50080

$99.00

ESL, Grammar for - ONLINE

50152

$99.00

Fireworks MX 2004, Imaging for the Web Using - ONLINE 50081

$99.00

ESL, Writing for - ONLINE

50153

$99.00

FrontPage 2003, Introduction to - ONLINE

50083

$99.00

French, Beginning Conversational - ONLINE

50082

$99.00

Home Network, Creating - ONLINE

50085

$99.00

Intermediate Braille Transcription - ONLINE

50157

$99.00

Java Programming, Introduction - ONLINE

50089

$99.00

Life Story, Write Your- ONLINE

50093

$99.00

Keyboarding - ONLINE

50090

$99.00

Spanish II, Speed - ONLINE

50126

$99.00

Linux, Introduction - ONLINE

50094

$99.00

Spanish, Speed - ONLINE

50127

$99.00

Writeriffic: Creativity Training for Writers - ONLINE

50149

$99.00

Writer's Workshop, Beginning - ONLINE

50150

$99.00

Writing for Children - ONLINE

50151

$99.00

Writing and Language

Microsoft Windows Certification Prep: Exam 70-270 - ONLINE

50096

$99.00

Networking, Introduction to - ONLINE

50097

$99.00

Networking, Wireless - ONLINE

50098

$99.00

Oracle, Intermediate - ONLINE

50100

$99.00

Oracle, Introduction - ONLINE

50101

$99.00

Aging Parents, Assisting - ONLINE

50050

$99.00

Outlook 2003, Intro - ONLINE

50102

$99.00

Business and Marketing Writing - ONLINE

50053

$99.00

Outlook 2007, Introduction - ONLINE

50103

$99.00

Consulting Practice, Start Your Own - ONLINE

50065

$99.00

PC Security, Advanced - ONLINE

50104

$99.00

EBay, Learn to Buy and Sell - ONLINE

50074

$99.00

PC Security, Introduction - ONLINE

50105

$99.00

GED Language Arts, Writing Test, Prepare for the - ONLINE 50145

$99.00

PC Troubleshooting, Introduction - ONLINE

50103

$99.00

GED Math Test, Prepare for the - ONLINE

50155

$99.00

Perl Programming, Introduction - ONLINE

50107

$99.00

GED Preparation - ONLINE

50156

$99.00

Photoshop 7, Introduction - ONLINE

50110

$99.00

Photoshop CS2 for Digital Photographer - ONLINE

50111

$99.00

Home-Based Business, Start and Operate Your Own - ONLINE

50086

$99.00

50091

$99.00

 

Personal and Professional Development

PowerPoint 2003, Intro to MS - ONLINE

50115

$99.00

Kids on the Internet, Guiding - ONLINE

PowerPoint 2007, Introduction - ONLINE

50116

$99.00

PMP Certification Prep 1 - ONLINE

50112

$99.00

50113

$149.00

QuickBooks 2007 for Contractors - ONLINE

50121

$99.00

PMP Certification Prep 2 - ONLINE

QuickBooks 2007, Introduction - ONLINE

50122

$99.00

Poetry, Pleasures of- ONLINE

50114

$99.00

QuickBooks Payroll - ONLINE

50123

$99.00

Real Estate Investing - ONLINE

50124

$99.00

50129

$99.00

50130

$99.00

SQL, Introduction to - ONLINE

50128

$99.00

Stock Options, Introduction to - ONLINE

User Requirements Documents, Creating - ONLINE

50136

$99.00

Stocks, Bonds, and Investing: Oh, My! - ONLINE  

50137

$99.00

VB.NET, Introduction - ONLINE

50138

$99.00

Visual Basic 2005, Introduction to - ONLINE

50140

$99.00

Web Pages II, Creating - ONLINE

50141

$99.00

Web Pages, Creating - ONLINE

50142

$99.00

Windows Vista, Introduction - ONLINE

50143

$99.00

Windows XP, Introduction to - ONLINE

50144

$99.00

Word 2003, Advanced - ONLINE

50145

$99.00

Word 2003, Intermediate - ONLINE

50146

$99.00

Word 2003, Introduction - ONLINE

50147

$99.00

Word 2007, Introduction - ONLINE

50148

$99.00

 Health Care

 Health and Healing, Introduction to Natural - ONLINE

50158

$99.00

Human Anatomy and Physiology - ONLINE

50087

$99.00

Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach - ONLINE 50159

$99.00

Veterinary Assistant, Become a - ONLINE

50139

$99.00

50099

$99.00

 

Nonprofit Management

Nonprofit Management, Introduction to - ONLINE

Online

VB.NET, Intermediate - ONLINE

 

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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FREE* Training – Scholarships Available Welder Training Description of training Shielded Metal Arc Welder (SMAW) – Basic training will prepare you for a job working as a welder in a refinery, shipyard, manufacturing plant, contracting companies and in federal, state or local governments, or other firms requiring maintenance/ repair personnel. Topic Covered 1. Interpreting welding drawings and symbols 2. Set-up for SMAW operations 3. Operate SMAW equipment 4. Make groove and fillet welds 5. Identify the variables involved in SMAW 6. Perform visual inspections of resulting welds following AWS D1.1 standards 7. Describe the significance of bend testing on welds 8. Demonstrate effective techniques for writing a resume, locating job opportunities, interviewing techniques and follow-up. Choose Your Session and Location: Class Dates: S  ept 15 – October 10 Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 4:30 pm Location: San Jacinto College Central Campus 8060 Spencer Highway • Pasadena • 77505 Class Dates: Oct 20 – Nov 14 Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 4:30 pm Location: San Jacinto College North Campus 5800 Uvalde Road • Houston • 77049 Class Date: Starts Jan 26, 2009 Location: San Jacinto College North Campus 5800 Uvalde Road • Houston • 77049 Training Requirements: An English proficiency evaluation may be required. Requires a high school diploma or GED Space is limited. Scholarships available. Value of training $1,500* *Must provide own industry approved welding helmet

Automated Bookkeeping Specialist Certificate Program

Description of training This program develops marketable skills teaching the most current bookkeeping concepts and procedures. Topic Covered 1. Understand accounting concepts and procedures 2. Analyze and record business transactions (Debits and Credits) 3. Post to the ledger and prepare the trial balance 4. Prepare a worksheet 5. Prepare the financial statements from the worksheet 6. Journalize and post adjusting entries and closing entries 7. Prepare a post-closing trial balance 8. Understand banking procedures and control of cash 9. Create formulas, format data, insert charts and graphs, and print a variety of spreadsheets documents using a windows based Excel program. 10. Apply computerized accounting using QuickBooks 11. Identify opportunities for employment and for professional growth in bookkeeping and related occupations Note: Student will purchase portable jump drive for class. Class Dates: Sept 22 – October 30 Monday – Thursday* 8:30 am- 3:30 pm *Please note: additional class date Friday, October 31 8:30 am – 11:30 am Location:   San Jacinto College South Campus 13735 Beamer Road • Houston • 77089 Space is limited. Scholarships available Value of training: $1,225

(nominal $50.00 value)

Call: 281.478.2786 *For qualified participants, scholarships may be available through the Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG) fund, Workforce Investment Act (WIA) or other college scholarship programs. Some courses may require minimal contributions (under $100) by eligible candidates.

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To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


FREE* Training – Scholarships Available CNA – Certified Nurse Aide Program Description of training This program develops marketable skills in the field of nursing by becoming a Certified Nurse Aide. A high demand exists for CNAs. This includes effectively providing safety and preventative measures in the care of residents, as well as how to function as a member of the healthcare team. The student will be prepared for entry level employment in long-term care facilities, hospitals, home health agencies, and medical offices. After successful completion of the class, students are eligible to take the Texas Certified Nurse Aide Certification Exam. Additional training can be added to this certification to further enhance the marketability and earning potential for the successfully certified student. Job readiness training is included. The student will receive assistance to develop their resumes and practice their interviewing skills and techniques. The student will participate in a review of basic job skills including dressing for the workplace and the importance of good attendance and attitude. Program Prerequisites: • BACKGROUND CHECK WILL BE REQUIRED PRIOR TO ACCEPTANCE IN THE PROGRAM. THE COST OF THE BACKGROUND CHECK, LESS THAN $60, WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CNA STUDENT. • MUST BE ABLE TO READ, WRITE AND COMMUNICATE WITH PATIENTS IN ENGLISH. • MUST HAVE A VALID SOCIAL SECURITY CARD OR INDIVIDUAL TAXPAYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER AND PHOTO ID (NAMES MUST MATCH ON BOTH DOCUMENTS). • MUST HAVE A NEGATIVE TB TEST < 1 YR OLD OR CLEAR CHEST X-RAY BY THE SECOND DAY OF CLASS.

Orientation Date: Aug 14, Thursday from 6-8 pm, Mandatory Class Dates: A  ug 27 – Oct 21 Monday – Thursday* 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm *Please note: skip Sept 1, add Fri Sept 5 Clinical dates, TBD, 6:30 am – 2:30 pm Location: San Jacinto College Central Campus 8060 Spencer Highway • Pasadena • 77505 Training Requirements: Age 17 or older, No HS diploma or GED required. Space is limited. Scholarships available. Value of training $1,500

Business Application User Description of training This program develops marketable skills teaching the most current office procedures, communication skills and technologies. This includes effectively using word processing, spreadsheet and e-mail tools teaching participants how to increase productivity by integrating these tools to produce professional end-results. Topic Covered 1. Computer Keyboarding, Computer Concepts and Internet Fundamentals 2. Microsoft® Office Suite including: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook 3. Communication Skills, Interpersonal and Teamwork Skills 4. Resume Writing and Interview Skills Note: Students must furnish their own flash drive for class assignments (approximately $20.00). Choose Your Session and Location: Class Dates: Oct 6 – Nov 19 Monday – Thursday 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Friday 8:30 am - 11:30 am Location:   San Jacinto College North Campus 5800 Uvalde Road • Houston • 77049 Class Date: Starts Feb 23, 2009 Location:   San Jacinto College South Campus 13735 Beamer Road • Houston • 77089 Space is limited. Scholarships available Cost: $75 (Value of training $920)

Call: 281.478.2786 *For qualified participants, scholarships may be available through the Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG) fund, Workforce Investment Act (WIA) or other college scholarship programs. Some courses may require minimal contributions (under $100) by eligible candidates.

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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FREE Training

Customer Service Specialist – Bilingual (Spanish/English)

A customer service specialist works at a desk with a headset and a computer. Typical duties include placing outbound phone calls to potential customers and taking incoming calls from people. Topics: 1. Basic computer skills using Microsoft® Windows & Word 2. Spanish/English skills for the workplace 3. Customer service skills 4. Workplace skills including internship Location: San Jacinto College Central Campus, Pasadena Training value: $1,800. Once training is completed job placement assistance is available. Space is limited. Only 20 people per class.

CALL FOR CLASS DETAILS AND RESERVE YOUR SEAT. If your primary language is Spanish and you speak some English please call Carmen at:

281.478.3663 Para más información, llame a Carmen.

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To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Good Paying Jobs If you are looking for an entry-level job in the petrochemical or power industries working with testing equipment — you may qualify for FREE training opportunities.

Free Training is being offered for those who qualify. Find out about becoming a TECHNICIAN or INSPECTOR in the Nondestructive Testing Industry. What is Nondestructive testing? Nondestructive testing (NDT) is testing that does not destroy the test object and is vital for constructing and maintaining all types of components and structures in industries such as petrochemical, power, aircraft and automotive.

Reasons to Consider a Career in NDT • NDT is an exciting and challenging career field. • The demand for qualified technicians is high. • Once trained, the field of NDT is filled with opportunities for career growth and advancement. • Competitive pay with benefits and career stability. • When trained, it is easy to find employment.

Must be 18 years old and be a high school graduate or have your GED Must be able to speak, read and understand English Have current driver’s license You must be able to climb extension ladders and work overhead; balance, kneel, bend, and move within confined areas; move, push, pull or lift tools and equipment weighing approximately 30+pounds. Job may require a willingness to travel

For information about how to start the qualification process, visit www.apip-usa.org/training_form.php or call 281.542.2067.

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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General Information How To Contact Us

Telephone Registration

Continuing & Professional Development (CPD) offices are located on each San Jacinto College campus:

Register by phone. Please have the student personal information and all course information when you call. For hours, see preceding How to Contact Us section.

Central Campus: 281.476.1838, Room T128, Interactive Learning Center, 8060 Spencer Highway, Pasadena, TX 77505 North Campus: 281.459.7119, Room S-104, Slovacek Student Center, 5800 Uvalde Road, Houston, TX 77049 South Campus: 281.922.3440, Room 2134, Academic Administration Building, 13735 Beamer Road, Houston, TX 77089 Office hours at all campuses are: Mon-Thurs: 8:00a–6:45p Fri: 8:00a–4:30p

North Campus 281.459.7119 South Campus 281.922.3440

Fax or E-mail Registration Fax or e-mail your completed registration form at any time. A blank registration form is located in this schedule. Fax and e-mail access are available 24-hours a day. Central Campus

Información General Para adquirir información en español sobre los programas, llame a los siguientes números: Campo Central 281.476.1838 Campo Norte 281.459.7119 Campo Sur 281.922.3440 y pida que se le envíe ésta información.

Registration Is Easy You can register at any time for most Continuing and Professional Development (CPD) classes. There are normally no special registration days. Registration is accepted by telephone, fax, e-mail, in person, or web/online (for those who have previously enrolled in credit or non-credit classes at San Jacinto College). Inquire early about any classes you are interested in taking since all classes have limited enrollment and some classes fill very quickly. Please register no later than three business days prior to the first class date. Unless otherwise stated in the course description, the minimum age for independent participation in CPD courses is 18 years.

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Central Campus 281.476.1838

Fax: 281.476.1833 North Campus Fax: 281.459.7196 South Campus Fax: 281.922.3422 E-mail: registration.cpd@sjcd.edu

In Person Registration Visit our offices at the following locations. For hours, see preceding How to Contact Us section. Central Campus - Interactive Learning Center, Room T128, 8060 Spencer Hwy, Pasadena North Campus - Slovacek Student Center Building., Room S-104, 5800 Uvalde Road, Houston South Campus - Administration Bldg., Room. 2134, 13735 Beamer Road, Houston

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


Payment

Student Web Payment Process

To complete registration for a course, payment must be made at the time of class selection, regardless of method of enrollment. Non-payment will result in an automatic withdrawal from the selected class(es). The college accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and electronic checks. Debit cards are accepted for in-person payment only. Payment may be made in person at the campus Business Office, or online at www.sanjac.edu by accessing the SOS system.

Prior to access to the SOS Login screen, you must have been admitted and/or registered for your class(es).

Web Registration Access the San Jacinto College website at www.sanjac.edu. The SOS Login is on the top section of the page. If you have ever taken credit or non-credit classes at San Jacinto College, enter your User ID (Student Identification Number that begins with “G”) and your PIN (date of birth for first time Web Registrants). If you have not taken classes before, call the campus that is offering your desired course and speak with a registration specialist. If you are currently admitted as a San Jacinto College student, you may access Web registration. Step 1. Go to the SJC college homepage at www.sanjac.edu. Find the SOS Login on the top section of the screen. To log in: Step 2. Enter your user ID – this is your nine-digit SJC student ID (GXXXXXXXX). Step 3. Enter your six-digit PIN– initially this is your birth date: MMDDYY (e.g., 042482=April 24, 1982). Step 4. When you use the SOS system for the first time, you will be taken to a page requiring you to change your PIN to an individual six-digit number. This number is confidential and should not be shared with anyone. Step 5. Select “My Student Records, Registration and Financial Aid” and then follow the detailed directions under “My Registration.” Step 6. When asked to select a term: select “Continuing Education 2008-09 Sep-Nov” or “Continuing Education 2008-09 Dec-Feb.”

• Access the San Jacinto college web site at www.sanjac.edu and go to the SOS Login on the top section of the screen. • First enter your User ID# (Student ID number) • Enter your PIN number (initially this is your birthdate) – Format: mmddyy • First Time Users: If you are a first time user you will be prompted to enter a new PIN number for your password. To Make a Payment on a Student Account: Step 1. Select My Student Records, Registration and Financial Aid Step 2. Select My Registration Step 3. Select Step 5: Registration Fee and Assessment/ Credit Card Payment Step 4. Registration Fee Assessment: – CPD Students must make payment at the time of registration – You can view the Refund Policy from this screen – Classes at least 4 weeks in length are eligible for a Convenient Payment Plan (CPP). Payment plans can be set up by selecting this payment option and entering your information by following the directions given. Step 5. Select a Payment Option and Select a Term – Submit. Please make sure to choose a Continuing Education term then submit to process – Example: If your class starts between Sep 2008 – Nov 2008, you would choose: Continuing Education 2008-09 Sep-Nov. Step 6. Process Payment according to online directions. Please verify that all of your information is correct before you submit your payment. • Once processed, please print out the confirmation page for your records. If you should have any problems or questions, please contact your Continuing and Professional Development Registration office or the campus Business Office.

Step 7. Be sure to check your schedule to ensure that all classes selected are at the campus or extension center location you desire. Step 8. After you have selected your classes, click “Complete My Registration.” Step 9. To complete your registration, select a payment method from the bottom of the page and follow the directions.

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Convenient Payment Plan (CPP)

Cancelled Classes

Convenient Payment Plans are available to Continuing and Professional Development (CPD) students under the following guidelines:

If San Jacinto College cancels a class, a 100% refund is automatically processed for students who do not choose to transfer to another available class. CPD personnel will make every attempt to contact you in the event a class cancels using contact information you have furnished. Please make sure we have a valid daytime phone number on file for you. You may also inquire by calling your respective campus or by logging onto the S.O.S. system on the college website: www.sanjac.edu.

1. The length of the Course Section must be a minimum of 30 calendar days. 2. Two plans are available: one for classes 4-7 weeks in length; the other for classes 8-16 weeks in length. There will be a $25 setup fee for the CPP payable with the first payment. 3. For a 4-7 week class, the student will pay 50% plus the $25 setup fee for the initial payment. One installment payment for the remaining 50% balance is due 30 days after the set-up date for the CPP. 4. For an 8-16 week class, the student will pay 50% plus the $25 setup fee on the first payment; the first of two installment payments (each 25% of the remaining balance) is due 30 days after the set-up date. The second, final installment payment is due 60 days after the set-up date. The student will be assessed a $25 late payment fee for failure to pay on or before the prescribed payment due dates. 5. A student will be limited to only one CPP during the same term. 6. A student will be limited to a maximum of two plans with a current balance. 7. Failure to make all payments may result in the CPP being forwarded to the collection agency of the College and subject to additional collection fees.

Drops, Cancellations, and Transfers / Refund Policy Need to drop your class? • A 100% refund is given if a withdrawal request is received before the class begins. No refund is given after the class begins. • Courses that are linked with academic courses will adhere to the stated CPD refund policy. • Withdrawal requests must come directly from the student or his/her designee. A Withdrawal/Transfer Request form will be completed by the person making the request (if the request is by telephone, the CPD registration staff will complete the form to include all pertinent information). The official receipt date is the day and time the request is received in the CPD office. All refunds are paid by check 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.

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Transfer Requests Students may request one transfer into another available section prior to the first class of the course for which they are registered. Transfers are considered only on an available seat basis.

Transcript Requests Most CPD courses earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) which are reported as part of your permanent student record. You may request copies of your transcript in person or by mail by contacting one of the campus Enrollment Services Offices. That office will need a completed Transcript Request Form and a copy of your photo ID.  For questions call 281.998.6150.

Screening Requirements for Classes with Clinicals A criminal background check is required before a student can participate in a clinical assignment. This is a requirement of all clinical facilities in the Houston/Gulf Coast Area, as mandated by JCAHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.) The approximate cost of the screening is $50. Information on where to obtain this screening is available from the instructor.

Linked Classes Classes labeled “Linked” are held with academic/credit classes but do not earn semester credit or transfer toward academic certificates or degrees. Enrollment into these courses is extremely limited and is on a space-available basis. Should the credit course completely fill, the concurrent/linked CPD course may be cancelled. Although CPD students in linked academic classes are TASP/THEA exempt, they are held to the same performance standards required for semester credit students. Additionally, the course costs may differ for the credit section. *Courses that are linked with academic courses will adhere to the stated CPD refund policy. Students enrolling into “linked” classes should receive from the CPD Registration Office an informational form for their review. Please ask for this information when you choose to enroll into “linked” classes.

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


College Closings

Instructors Wanted

Instructors

Part-time

INCLEMENT WEATHER & EMERGENCIES

Wanted!

Local television and radio stations may broadcast bulletins concerning campus closings. However, for the most up-to-date information students and college personnel may call the college at 281.991.2696, and press “0” to access the emergency response system, or visit the college website at www.sanjac.edu to view current bulletins and announcements.

We are always looking for qualified individuals who have teaching ability and are interested in sharing their expertise with others.

Important Notices • Information contained in the schedule is subject to the policies and procedures of the San Jacinto College District and is subject to change without notice.

Send your resume to:

• All courses are taught in English, unless specified otherwise.

A member of our team will contact you if there is a match between our needs and your qualifications.

cpd@sjcd.edu

• Classes may be cancelled because of low enrollment. • Instructors may be changed as conditions warrant. • Room assignments and building locations may be changed as conditions warrant. • Students must attend the class section for which they are registered.

Linked Classes

• CPD staff and instructors provide information, not advice.

Classes labeled “Linked” are held in

• San Jacinto College requires that its instructors not solicit business for personal gain in the classroom. Any business transaction resulting from a class is the responsibility of the student, not the college.

• Classes labeled “Linked” are held with academic/credit classes but do not earn semester credit or transfer toward academic certificates or degrees. Enrollment into these courses is extremely limited and is on a space-available basis. Should the credit course completely fill, the concurrent/linked CPD course may be cancelled. Although CPD students in linked academic classes are TASP/THEA exempt, they are held to the same performance standards required for semester credit students. Additionally, the course costs may differ for the credit section.

CE sections do not have to be admitted into the

conjunction with academic/credit classes.

Enrollment into these sections is limited and is on a space-available basis. CPD students in linked College and are TASP/THEA exempt. Courses that are linked with academic courses will adhere to the stated Continuing & Professional Development refund policy.

*Courses that are linked with academic courses will adhere to the stated CPD refund policy. Students enrolling into “linked” classes should receive from the CPD Registration Office an informational form for their review. Please ask for this information when you choose to enroll into “linked” classes.

Key to Days of Week

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Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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A A+ Certification, Advanced - ONLINE A+ Certification, Basic - ONLINE A+ Certification, Intermediate - ONLINE AAPC Professional Medical Coding Curriculum for CPC Certification Access - Advanced Skills Access - Basic Skills Access 2003, Introduction - ONLINE Access 2007, Introduction - ONLINE Accounting I, Intermediate Accounting Fundamental II - ONLINE Accounting Fundamentals - ONLINE Accounting I, Intro to ACLS Provider (American Heart Association) Administrative Assistant Applications ONLINE Administrative Assistant Fundamentals ONLINE Aging Parents, Assisting - ONLINE Air Navigation Air Navigation, Advanced ASP.NET, Introduction - ONLINE Auto Heat & Air Conditioning Auto Suspension and Steering Systems Automotive Electrical System Automotive Engine Repair Automotive Technology, Intro to Aviation Meteorology

B Ballroom Dancing II Bank Teller Training Blueprint Reading for Metal Trades Workers Bookkeeping Braille Transcription, Beginning - ONLINE Braille Transcription, Intermediate - ONLINE Business and Marketing Writing - ONLINE Business Communications Business Law I Business Writing, Effective - ONLINE Business, Introduction to

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50 13 42 12 57 57 57 5 5 56 5

C# Programming, Intermediate - ONLINE 56 C# Programming, Introduction - ONLINE 56 C++ for the Absolute Beginner - ONLINE 56 C++ Programming, Introduction - ONLINE 56 C++ Programming, Introduction to 22 Ceramics I 49 Ceramics II 49 Certified Medical Coder 30 Certified Medication Aide 27 Certified Nurse Aide 27 Change Management 7 Choir, College 52 Cisco Exploration 2 - LAN Routing Protocols 22 Cisco Exploration 3 - LAN Switching and Wireless 23 Cisco Exploration 4 - Accessing the WAN 23 Commercial Ground School 43 Communicating for Success 7 Communicating Like a Leader - ONLINE 56 Communication, High Powered - ONLINE 56 CompTIA Network+Certification Prep - ONLINE 56 CompTIA Security+Certification Prep - ONLINE 56 Computer Concepts 18 Computer Skills for the Workplace - ONLINE 56 Computer Technology, Introduction to 38 Computer-Aided Drafting, Advanced 42 Computer-Aided Drafting, Basic 42 Construction Business Management, Successful - ONLINE 56 Consulting Practice, Start Your Own - ONLINE 57 Core Curriculum: Introductory Craft Skills 32 Corrosion, Introduction to 40 Country & Western Dance I 50 CPR (American Heart Association) 25 Creating a Small Office Network - ONLINE 56 Creating a Successful Business Plan - ONLINE 56 Criminal Law, Introduction to - ONLINE 56 Crystal Reports 10, Introduction to - ONLINE 56 CSS and XHTML, Introduction - ONLINE 56 DC Circuits 40

Course Title D

Difficult People, Achieving Success with ONLINE Digital Fundamentals Distribution and Logistics Management ONLINE Drawing I Dreamweaver MX 2004, Introduction to ONLINE

E EBay, Learn to Buy and Sell - ONLINE Eddy Current Testing Editing, The Keys to Effective - ONLINE Effective Coaching Strategies Effective Study Skills (ESS) EKG Technician Electric Motors: Electrical 3 Electrical Calculations I Electrical Machines Electrical System Design Electrical Theory, Basic Electricity for HVAC: HVAC 1C, Basic Employment Law Fundamentals - ONLINE EMS Operations EMT Basic EMT Basic Clinical EMT Intermediate EMT Intermediate Clinical English Communication Skills 1 English Communication Skills 2 English, Conversational ESL, Grammar for - ONLINE ESL, Writing for - ONLINE Excel - Advanced Skills Excel - Basic Skills Excel - Intermediate Skills Excel 2003, Advanced - ONLINE Excel 2003, Intermediate - ONLINE Excel 2003, Introduction - ONLINE Excel 2007, Introduction - ONLINE

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Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA) Film Interpretation of Weldments Fireworks MX 2004, Imaging for the Web Using - ONLINE Flight Theory French, Beginning French, Beginning Conversational - ONLINE FrontPage - Basic Skills FrontPage 2003, Introduction to - ONLINE Fundamentals of Internal Quality Auditing Fundamentals of Supervision and Management - ONLINE

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G Gas & Electrical Heating: HVAC 2A Gas Metal ARC Welding (MIG), Introduction to Gas Tungsten ARC Welding (GTAW), Advanced Gas Tungsten ARC Welding (GTAW), Introduction to GED Language Arts, Writing Test, Prepare for the - ONLINE GED Math Test, Prepare for the - ONLINE GED Preparation - ONLINE GED Preparation Tutorial GED Preparation: Language Arts GED Preparation: Math GED Preparation: Social Studies/Science GED Review GED Review: Math GED Review: Social Studies, Reading & Science GED Review: Writing Golf – Beginning Golf – Intermediate Great Beginnings Guitar I, Class

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Health and Healing, Introduction to Natural ONLINE Heat Pumps Home Network, Creating - ONLINE Home-Based Business, Start and Operate Your Own - ONLINE HTML: Web Page Authoring Fundamentals Human Anatomy and Physiology - ONLINE Human Relations Human Resource Management, Essentials of Human Resources Function, Understanding the - ONLINE Human Resources Management

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Industrial Electronics Instrument Ground School Internal Quality Auditor Training ITLS Provider

38 43 9 25

J Java Programming, Introduction - ONLINE Jazz Ensemble Jazz Improvisation I Journeyman Electrician Review Exam

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K Keyboarding - ONLINE Keyboarding on the PC Kickboxing for Fitness Kids on the Internet, Guiding - ONLINE

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L Law of Agency Leadership - ONLINE Leadership Essentials Leading to Achieve High Performance Life Story, Write Your- ONLINE Linear Integrated Circuits Linux - Introduction Linux Administration Linux, Introduction - ONLINE Liquid Penetrant and Magnetic Particle

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M Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Principles of Management, Principles of Managing Conflict Marketing your Business on the Internet ONLINE Marketing, Principles of Martial Arts Martial Arts, Advanced Master Electrician Exam Review Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA) Medical Office Professional Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach - ONLINE Medical Transcription I Metrology, Introduction to Microprocessor Microsoft Project - Introductory Skills Microsoft Windows Certification Prep: Exam 70-270 - ONLINE

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Motor Controls Motorcycle Riders Course Motors and Transformers MRI Clinical I MRI Clinical II MS 2800: Microsoft Security Clinic

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N National Electric Code I Networking Fundamentals Networking, Introduction to - ONLINE Networking, Wireless - ONLINE Nonprofit Management, Introduction to ONLINE

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O Optician Technician Oracle, Intermediate - ONLINE Oracle, Introduction - ONLINE Outlook - Basic Skills Outlook 2003, Intro - ONLINE Outlook 2007, Introduction - ONLINE P Painting I Painting II Para Educator Certification Re-Take Para Educator Institute Training Para Educator Institute Training ISD PC Security, Advanced - ONLINE PC Security, Introduction - ONLINE PC Troubleshooting, Introduction - ONLINE Perl Programming, Introduction - ONLINE Phlebotomy Technician Basic Phlebotomy Technician Practicum Photography, Discover Digital - ONLINE Photography, Introductory Professional Photography, Portrait Photography, Secrets of Better - ONLINE PhotoShop - Advanced Skills PhotoShop - Basic Skills PhotoShop 7, Introduction - ONLINE PhotoShop CS2 for Digital Photographer ONLINE PhotoShop I for Photographers PhotoShop II for Photographers Pipe Drafting Pipe Welding, Advanced Pipe Welding, Introduction to Pipefitting Fabrication & Blueprint Reading: Pipefitting 2B

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Pipefitting Installation & Blueprint Reading: Pipefitting 2A Pipefitting Installation & Testing: Pipefitting 3B Pipefitting Standards, Specifications & Installation: Pipefitting 3A PMP Certification Prep 1 - ONLINE PMP Certification Prep 2 - ONLINE Poetry, Pleasures of- ONLINE PowerPoint - Basic Skills PowerPoint 2003, Intro to MS - ONLINE PowerPoint 2007, Introduction - ONLINE Pressure Vessel Inspection Product Quality Planning (APQP), Advanced Production and Operations Management Professional Photography, Intermediate Project Management Applications - ONLINE Project Management, Fundamentals - ONLINE Purchasing Applications - ONLINE Purchasing, Principles of Purchasing: Fundamentals - ONLINE

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9 21 57 57 57

R Racquetball Real Estate II, Principles of Real Estate Investing - ONLINE Real Estate Mathematics Refrigeration Principles Residential Air Conditioning: HVAC 3A Residential Wiring Retirement Planning Today

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Sales Management, Principles of - ONLINE Salesmanship Sculpture I Sectional Anatomy for Medical Imaging Sheetmetal I: Sheetmetal 1B Sheetmetal II: 2A Sheetmetal III: Sheetmetal 3A Sheetmetal IV: Sheetmetal 4A Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Introduction to Shielded Metal ARC Welding (SWAM), Advanced Small Business Management Spanish II, Speed - ONLINE Spanish, Speed - ONLINE SQL, Introduction to - ONLINE Stainless Steel (GTAW/SMAW) Statistical Process Control (SPC), Basic Sterile Processing Technician Stock Options, Introduction to - ONLINE Stocks, Bonds, and Investing: Oh, My! ONLINE Studies for Contemporary Art Supervision Supply Chain Management Applications ONLINE Supply Chain Management Fundamentals ONLINE Suturing for the Surgical Technologist Swimming, Beginning & Intermediate

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VB.NET, Intermediate - ONLINE VB.NET, Introduction - ONLINE Veterinary Assistant, Become a - ONLINE Visual Basic 2005, Introduction to - ONLINE W Water Aerobics Watercolor I Web Pages II, Creating - ONLINE Web Pages, Creating - ONLINE Welding Inspector, Preparation for Welding Metallurgy I Windows for the Desktop Windows Vista, Introduction - ONLINE Windows XP, Introduction to - ONLINE Word - Advanced Skills Word - Basic Skills Word - Intermediate Skills Word 2003, Advanced - ONLINE Word 2003, Intermediate - ONLINE Word 2003, Introduction - ONLINE Word 2007, Introduction - ONLINE Writeriffic: Creativity Training for Writers ONLINE Writer's Workshop, Beginning - ONLINE Writing for Children - ONLINE

T Tai Chi 53 Technical Documents, Writing Great - ONLINE 56 Technical Drafting 42 Technical Writing, Fundamentals of - ONLINE 56 Texas Electrician's License Renewal Course 39 Total Quality Applications - ONLINE 56 Truck Driver 1, Professional 44 Truck Driver 2, Professional 44 Truck Driving - Defensive Driving, Professional 44 U Ultrasonic Testing, Intermediate Understanding ISO: 9001/2000 User Requirements Documents, Creating - ONLINE

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Q Quality System Documentation QuickBooks - Basic Skills QuickBooks 2007 for Contractors - ONLINE QuickBooks 2007, Introduction - ONLINE QuickBooks Payroll - ONLINE

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To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Facility Rental: Classroom & Computer Labs • Continuing Education • Professional Development • Workforce Training å

San Jacinto College has convenient locations to hold an off-site business meeting or training class. We offer: • High speed Internet connections • Overhead projection in every lab • High performance workstations featuring the latest technology • Comfortable, ergonomic environment • Technical staff on-site for your assistance • Catering, snack and beverage service available

For information call 281.476.1839

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Maps Central

Campus Directory Building Code Bldg. Name Code Gilbert C. McCollum Administrative Bldg. CADM Richard S. Slocomb Fine Arts Bldg CFNA 3 W.M. Newton Student Center CSTC 4 Lee Davis Library CLIB 5 Baptist Student Ministries 6 William R. Davison, D.D.S. Technical Bldg CDAV 7 Gordon E. Ball Technical Bldg CBAL 8 Jack. W. Anderson Technical Bldg CAND 9 Franis G. Anders Physical Ed Bldg CGYM 10 Vincent Henrich Science Bldg CSCI 11 W.C. Frels Science Bldg CSCI 12 Science Lecture Bldg CSLC 13-14 Maintenance 15 Pro Shop Quarters CGOF 16 Dormitory CDRM 17-19 Industrial Bldgs CIN1–3 21 Golf Course Maintenance Bldg 22 Mechanical Bldg 23 Track Bldg 24 Health Science Bldg CHSC 25 Music Bldg CMUS 26 Interactive Learning Center CILC No. 1 2

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Campus Directory Building Code Bldg. Name Code North Wing/Administration Bldg SNAD Homer I. Longenecker Academic Admin Bldg SADM Wing/Administration Bldg J.D. Bruce Student Center SSTC Parker Williams Library SLIB W.L. (Levi) Smallwood Health and Physical Education Bldg SGYM Maintenance Bldg./Yard SMAI Roy B. Swanson Children’s Center SCCC S.R. (Buddy) Jones, Jr. Vocational/Technical Bldg STEC Auto Paint and Body Shop SAUB Interactive Learning Center SAIL Marie Spence Flickinger Fine Arts Center SFAB

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440

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Mission and Purpose Statements OUR MISSION The mission of San Jacinto Community College District is to deliver accessible, affordable, high-quality post-secondary education programs designed to meet the needs of the citizens of Southeast Harris County. The primary focus of the College is helping students to achieve their personal and professional goals, create seamless transitions among educational levels, and to prepare students to enter the job market or transfer to senior institutions. Through its programs and services and partnerships with industry, the College supports the economic growth of the community and the region.

OUR PURPOSE San Jacinto Community College District is a comprehensive, public, and two-year community college which carries out its mission through the following programs and services: College-Level Programs The College offers technical programs leading to certificates and/or Associate of Applied Science degrees. The College offers Associate of Arts, Associate of Science and Associate of Arts in Teaching degrees, and courses for transfer to senior institutions. Continuing & Professional Development The College provides non-credit courses for personal and professional growth, in keeping with the College’s commitment to lifelong learning. The College provides specialized workforce development training for business and industry. College Preparatory Programs The College offers developmental courses to prepare academically disadvantaged students for entry into college-level courses. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

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Campus Directory Building Code Bldg. Name Code Spencer Administration Bldg NADM Brightwell Technical Bldg NTEC Burleson Classroom Bldg NBCB Slovacek Student Center NSTC Mechanical Bldg Nichols Gymnasium NGYM Ogden Child Care Center Williams Natatorium (Swimming) NNAT Vocational Bldg–Auto Body/Diesel Maintenance Bldg Industrial–Commercial– NIN1 & Welding Bldg NIN3 Construction Technology Edwin E. Lehr Library NLIB Ruede Wheeler Occupational Technical Bldg NOCC Interactive Learning Center NILC Fine Arts Center NFAB

Student Support Services The College provides student support services, including admission, testing, career guidance, advisement, financial aid, and counseling. The College provides social and academic support, including library services, tutoring, special populations support services, student organizations, and recreational and cultural activities. Economic Development Programs The College promotes the economic development of the region by providing workforce development for new and expanding businesses and industries and retraining for displaced workers.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT It is the policy of San Jacinto College not to discriminate on the basis of sex, disability, race, religion, color, age, national origin, or veteran status.

ACCREDITATION STATEMENT San Jacinto College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the associate degree. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of San Jacinto College.

To Register: Central: 281.476.1838 • North: 281.459.7119 • South & Clear Lake: 281.922.3440


CPD Fall08 Schedule