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NORT H S HORE COM M U N I T Y COL L EGE

Summer 2014

noncredit courses DANVERS • LYNN • BEVERLY

NEW CompTIA Cloud Essentials CSL Renewal CompTIA Dental Assisting EKG Event Planning Nurse Assistant Medical Interpreting Phlebotomy Real Estate

Career Night May 7th

corporate &

community

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Dean’s Message Summertime … and the livin’ is easy! Oh — it sure is after the winter we had! The shovels have been long put away, we are no longer gazing into the flames in our fireplaces, the ice scrapers have been tossed into the trunk, and the bag of salt is buried somewhere in the back of the garage! It is now time to set our sights on gazing at the summer sky with our new class: “Introduction to Astronomy: What’s Out There” or scraping our backyard grill off so we can fire it up after learning the hottest techniques in our “Thrill of the Grill” series. Toss your old computer out and take our brand new class “iPAD-U.” And that’s not snow up there in the clouds — it’s our new class: “CompTIA Cloud Essentials.” Whether you are looking for new skills or want to update your rusty skills, our Corporate and Community What good is the Education Division can help you. And if your kids are having summertime “cabin fever,” sign them up right away (before there is no room left) for our “Minecraft” class, “Video Gaming,” “LEGO Robotics,” or our ever-popular “Veterinarian” classes. There are so many options for your children, grades K-8 on both our Beverly Cummings Center and Danvers campuses. For a look at all our course offerings, check out community.northshore.edu!! Also, look for our new “Pop-Up” classes, created after our catalogue goes to print. There is always something new at NSCC.

warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness. JOHN STEINBECK

Speaking of new … by now you probably have noticed that our former Corporate Education area has a brand new look! We are now Corporate Training Solutions at NSCC! CTS is the leading provider of custom-designed, workforce training programs. Need training for your employees? You can reach us at corporate.northshore.edu for more information.

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Contents Certificate Programs ............................................. 4 Health Careers .......................................................... 9

Caring for People with Alzheimer’s: Habilitation Training ................................................9 Dental Assisting Program .........................................9 Dialysis Technician ...................................................9 EKG Technician .......................................................10 Medical Interpreting Certification Prep ................10 Nurse Assistant/Home Health Aide.......................10 Pharmacy Technician Program..............................11 Phlebotomy Technician ..........................................11 CPR & First Aid .......................................................11

Careers & Licensing...........................................12 Accounting & Finance ............................................12 American Management Association (AMA) ........12 Bartending & T.I.P.S. ..............................................13 Basic Culinary Arts..................................................13 Business Career Courses .........................................13 Eco-Friendly.............................................................14 Event Planning ........................................................14 Floral Design ............................................................14 Food Service Director..............................................15 H.R. Management....................................................15 Interior Design.........................................................15

Landscape Design & Maintenance.........................16 Nonprofit Courses ...................................................16 Real Estate Sales & Brokers ....................................17 Social Media .............................................................18

Trades .....................................................................19

Building Codes.........................................................19

Computers ............................................................19 Computer Training .................................................19 Computer Workshops .............................................20 Graphic Design ........................................................21 Web Design ..............................................................24

High Tech Computer Training......................24

SolidWorks...............................................................24 CompTIA Certifications..........................................24

Languages .............................................................25

Basic English as a Second Language ......................25 Foreign Languages ..................................................27

Arts ..........................................................................28 Hobbies & Other Crafts...........................................28 Painting & Drawing ................................................29 Photography.............................................................30 Digital Photography ................................................30

Mind, Body & Soul ............................................31

Fitness.......................................................................32

Other Interests ....................................................32 Performing Arts .................................................34

Acting & Comedy ....................................................34 Dance ........................................................................35 Music ........................................................................35

Test Preparation .................................................36 Writing & Literature .........................................36 Online Courses ....................................................37 ed2go ........................................................................37 ProTrain ...................................................................37 Youth Programs .................................................38 General Information ........................................... 41 Index ........................................................................... 43


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North Shore Career Centers Need help with a job search or would you like to learn about new career training options? The North Shore WIB believes and understands that a skilled workforce will ensure the State’s competitive economic advantage. North Shore Career Centers located in Salem, Lynn, and Gloucester are designed to help companies and individuals get all available services in the simplest and most efficient manner. Do I have to be unemployed to use the Career Centers? No. The career centers are open to everyone. As a matter of fact, many of our customers are currently employed but use our services to explore their options. Am I eligible for re-training dollars? The staff of the North Shore Career Center can help determine if you qualify for specialized funding. Training funds may be available to you if you meet eligibility criteria under the Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program, the National Emergency Grants (NEG), the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), the Education Rewards Loan Program, and the Federal/State Financial Aid (Pell Grants, Scholarships and Stafford Loans). How can I gain a competitive advantage in marketing my skills to employers? The North Shore Career Center and North Shore Community College are working together to assist job seekers and students earn an industry-recognized National Career Readiness Certificate to certify that they possess the essential skills needed for workplace success. As a business owner, what services can I receive from the Career Center? You may list your company’s job openings, get assistance with pre-screening job applicants, obtain information about the local labor market, assistance with basic worker recruitment or information related to participating in a job fair. North Shore Community College offers many credit and non-credit certificate training programs that may be qualify for funding. For more information visit www.nscareers.org or call 978-825-7200.

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Noncredit Programs of Study at North Shore Community College

Program

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Aesthetics and Skin Care

ZAE

AMA Certificate in Management

XCM

Auto Damage Appraisal

XAD

Basic Culinary Arts Certificate

XCR

4

Bookkeeping and Accounting Certificate

XBA

4

Central Sterile Processing

XSP

Cisco CCNA Discovery

XCC

CompTIA A+

XTA

24

CompTIA Networking Support Certification Program

XCT

8

CompTIA Security+

XAS

25

Dental Assisting

XDA

9

Dialysis Technician

XDT

9

EKG Technician

XET

10

Event Planning Certificate

XEP

5

Floral Design Certificate

XFL

5

Food Service Director Certificate

XFS

4

Front Office Essentials

XOE

5

Graphic Design Certificate

XGD

8

Interior Design Certificate

XID

6

Landscape Design Certificate

XLD

6

Landscape and Garden Maintenance Certificate

XLG

7

Medical Interpreting

XMC

10

Microsoft Office Suite Certificate

XMO

7

Nail Technician

ZNT

Nurse Assistant/Home Health Aide

XCN

10

PC and Networking Support

XPC

8

Pharmacy Technician Program

XPT

11

Phlebotomy Technician

XPH

11

SHRM Essentials of Human Resources Management

XSH

15

SHRM Learning System

XSL

Web Page Design Certificate

XWB

Coming Soon: Nonprofit Certificate

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Interested in a Credit Certificate or Degree Program? Did you know that some noncredit certificates and certification programs may be eligible for college credits?

BUSINESS

HEALTH PROFESSIONS/ALLIED HEALTH

Occupation

NSCC Academic Credit Course Equivalency

Central Sterile Processing Technician

CSA 666 OR Approved National Certification/License OR Prior Learning/Experiential Assessment OR Military Educational Experience

ALH 5__ (__ credits) TBD

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

CSA 687 OR Approved National Certification/License OR Prior Learning/Experiential Assessment OR Military Educational Experience

ALH 134 (5 credits)

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

Approved National Certification/License OR Military Educational Experience

EMS 104 (9 credits)

EKG Technician (EKG)

CSJ 470 OR Approved National Certification/License OR Prior Learning/Experiential Assessment OR Military Educational Experience

ALH 130 (3 credits)

Pharmacy Technician

CSA 270 noncredit course (didactic only)

ALH 164 (3 credits) + ALH 168 (1 credit)

Prior Learning/Experiential Assessment only OR Military Educational Experience only

ALH 166 (6 credits)

CSA 270 noncredit course (didactic and clinical internship) AND Prior Learning/Experiential Assessment OR Military Educational Experience

ALH 164 (3 credits) + ALH 168 (1 credit) + ALH 166 (6 credits) = 10 credits

National Certification/Registered

ALH 164 (3 credits) + ALH 168 (1 credit) + ALH 166 (6 credits) = 10 credits

Phlebotomy

CSJ 104 OR Approved National Certification/License OR Prior Learning/Experiential Assessment OR Military Educational Experience

ALH 132 (3 credits)

Bookkeeping and Accounting Certificate

CSP 286 QuickBooks Pro: Level 1

ACC110 (1 credit)

Bookkeeping and Accounting Certificate

CSP 115 Microsoft Excel: Level 1

BUS106 (1 credit)

Entrepreneurship

CSA052 Entrepreneurship AND CSL139 Marketing Essentials AND CSL118 Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-financial Managers

MGT206 (3 credits)

CSM962 Landscape Design Drawing: Level 1

HRT206 (3 credits)

Landscape Design Certificate LANDSCAPE

Noncredit and/or Alternative Studies to Credit Options

AND CSM984 Landscape Design Drawing: Level 2 AND CSM942 Landscape Design Drawing: Level 3 AND CSM993 Landscape Design Drawing: Level 4

Landscape Design Certificate

CSM286 ID and Culture of Trees

HRT210 (3 credits)

AND CSM293 ID and Culture of Shrubs AND CSM287 Perennials, Annuals, Vines: ID and Culture

Meet with a staff member in the Center for Alternative Studies and Educational Testing (CAS&ET) to review your transcript and determine possible credit award.


Certificate Programs AMA (American Management Association) (XCM) • Students must complete any six AMA courses to earn a certificate. • Courses vary each semester and are eligible for 1.5 to 2 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Basic Culinary Arts Certificate (XCR) Major employers: Restaurants and delis, schools, nursing and residential care facilities, hospitals, bars, bakers, fast food cooks, cafeteria workers. Average hourly rate: Based on experience, restaurant chefs earn between $12 and $24 per hour. Institution and cafeteria cooks earn between $11 and $17 per hour. Outlook: Growth spurred by increases in population, household income, and leisure time. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems

Required courses: • Intro to Culinary Arts: Part 1 • Intro to Culinary Arts: Part 2 • “ServSafe” Food Sanitation

• Three culinary electives* (two workshops equal one elective)

• In addition, students must provide documentation of 40 hours of supervised field work.

* New and different electives are offered every semester.

Food Service Director Certificate (XFS) Major employers: Fast food restaurants, full service restaurants, schools, grocery stores, nursing homes, hospitality. 42% of restaurant managers are self-employed. Average hourly rate: Depending on the level of supervision, food service supervisors earn $19-$35. Outlook: Growth will be slow in the new restaurant industry. Opportunities will be growing in grocery stores, retail, recreation and other fast food settings. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems

To earn a certificate: Complete studies and pass examinations in all four concentrations (may be taken in any order). • Intro to Culinary Arts: Part 1 • “ServSafe” Food Sanitation*

• How to Manage Conflict in the Organization • Nutrition for the Food Service Professional (scheduled with AMA classes) • HACCP Manager

Note: If you purchase a used copy of the text from another source, please be sure it includes a test taking “bubble sheet.” The National Restaurant Foundation will only accept tests submitted on this form. * According to Massachusetts State Law (105 CMR 590.000): “Effective October 1, 2001, every food service establishment must have at least one full-time employee who is at least 18 years of age and who has passed a food safety exam which is recognized by the Dept. of Public Health.” Certification is renewable every five years. “ServSafe” is recognized by the National Restaurant Association & Educational Foundation.

Bookkeeping and Accounting Certificate (XBA) Major employers: Billing clerk, bookkeeping and accounting firms, retail trade companies, finance and insurance agencies, and small local businesses. Average hourly rate: Clerks who use the computer can expect to earn higher wages, between $15 and $30 per hour. Outlook: A growing economy results in more demand for accounting services. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems

Required courses: • Bookkeeping and Accounting: Part I* • Bookkeeping and Accounting: Part II (formerly Payroll and Taxes) • QuickBooks Pro: Level 1**

• • • •

QuickBooks Pro: Level 2 QuickBooks Payroll Microsoft Excel: Level 1 Microsoft Excel: Level 2

• Making Money as a Freelance Bookkeeper • File Management Proficiency

* Prerequisite for QuickBooks. ** Prerequisite: Bookkeeping and Accounting: Part 1.

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Event Planning Certificate (XEP)

Major employers: Hotels, convention centers, wedding planning, large corporations, golf courses, visitors’ bureaus, religious organizations. Average hourly rate: Depending on the economics of the community and experience, between $20 and $35. Outlook: Industry demand various based on growth and versatility of the planner. Larger cities typically employ more planners. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems

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Required courses: • Event Planning • Event Design and Décor • Six electives (choose electives based on the type of event planning you want to specialize in) • In addition, students must provide documentation of 40 hours of supervised field work. Suggested electives: • Fundamentals of Catering • Microsoft Excel • Fundamentals of Modern Marketing • Floral Design • Time Management • Bookkeeping and Accounting: Part I • “ServSafe” Food Sanitation • Microsoft Project 2010 • Corporate Event Planning • Finance and Accounting for Non-financial • Wedding Flowers Managers • How to Manage Conflict in the Organization

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Floral Design Certificate (XFL) Major employers: Flower shops, event planner, grocery stores, hotels. 31% of floral designers are self-employed. Average hourly rate: Competition is strong. Florists look for persons with an eye for color and design $10-$17. Outlook: Growth is due to increases in the number of lavish weddings and special events. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems

Required courses: • Floral Design I* • Sympathy Floral Art • Floral Design II* • Creative Gift and Fruit Baskets • Floral Merchandising and Business Practices • Two floral electives (two workshops equal one elective). • Wedding Flowers

• In addition, students must provide documentation of 40 hours of supervised field work.

Electives: New and relevant workshops are offered every semester * Floral Design I must be taken prior to the Floral Design II course in the Floral Design Program.

Front Office Essentials Certificate (XOE) Major employers: General and medical office staff, temp. agencies, hospitals, schools, government agencies. Average hourly rate: There are many opportunities for advancement with experience. Starting $10-$17. Outlook: Strong growth, continuing knowledge of advancing technologies increases opportunities. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems

Required courses: • Introduction to the Computer • Microsoft Word: Level 1 • Microsoft Excel: Level 1 • File Management Proficiency • Training for the Front End Office

Summer 2014 Courses

• • • • •

Business Writing Time Management Microsoft Outlook Bookkeeping and Accounting: Part 1 QuickBooks Pro: Level 1

Electives: • Keyboarding • Customer Service • Preparing for the Interview • QuickBooks Pro: Level 2 • Social Media Networking

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Interior Design Certificate (XID) Major employers: Interior design firms, architecture firms, furniture stores, and retail businesses (Home Depot, Lowes, hardware stores…) Average hourly rate: Competition is strong based on talent, experienced designers earn between $17-$34. Outlook: 30% of interior designers are self-employed doing freelance work in addition to salaried jobs. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems

Required courses: • Drafting for Interior Designers*

• Color 3D Part I: Less Theory

• Fundamentals of Interior Design

• Color 3D Part II: Practice Makes Perfect

• Residential Interior Design Studio I

• At least two (2) interior design electives (including SketchUp Level 1)

• Residential Interior Design Studio II • Textiles and Materials • History of Furniture Styles

* Students must take Drafting for Interior Designers before any Studio course

Revised! Landscape Design Certificate (XLD) Major employers: Landscape designers, garden nurseries, self-employed landscaper, Estate preservation. Average hourly rate: Depending on the economics of the community and experience, between $23-$42. Outlook: Faster than average based on the growth of new home construction, environmental regulations and zoning. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems

Earn a certificate by passing the thirteen required courses plus students must complete 120 hours of field experience. Provide documentation in the form of a letter from one or more supervisors or clients stating number of hours of service. This experience can be voluntary or paid. Courses vary every semester. Required courses: • Perennials, Annuals and Vines – ID and Culture*

• Trees – Identification and Culture

• Landscape Design Drawing: Session 1*

• The Business of Landscaping

• Landscape Design Drawing: Session 2*

• Landscape Construction

• Shrubs – Identification and Culture

• Landscape Design Drawing: Session 3* • Landscape Design Drawing: Session 4* • Basic Design (formerly 2-D Design) • Landscape Garden Maintenance – Spring** • Landscape Garden Maintenance – Summer** • Landscape Garden Maintenance – Fall** * Please note Landscape Graphics I and II and Landscape Design Basics I and II have been revised, please contact Community Education if you are unsure of which class you need to complete your certificate. ** See Landscape and Garden Maintenance box for course information.

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Landscape and Garden Maintenance Certificate (XLG) Major employers: Landscaping and horticultural services, amusement parks and golf courses, parks and recreation departments. Average hourly rate: Wages vary by employer and level of experience $12-$22. Outlook: Growth rate is high due to the continued need for maintenance and updating of existing landscapes. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems

To earn a certificate: Complete the three seasonal courses below, plus 120 hours of field experience. Provide written documentation from one or more supervisors or clients stating the number of hours of service. The field experience can be volunteer or paid. Courses: • Landscape and Garden Maintenance – Spring • Landscape and Garden Maintenance – Summer • Landscape and Garden Maintenance – Fall

Microsoft Office Suite Certificate (XMO) Major employers: General and medical offices, hospitals, government agencies, schools. Average hourly rate: There are many opportunities for advancement with experience, starting $10-$20. Outlook: Varies by industry, continuing knowledge of advancing technologies increases opportunities. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems

To receive an NSCC Certificate in Microsoft Office, students must complete the nine (9) required courses. Workshops may not be used to fulfill requirements. Electives: • Keyboarding on the Computer • Microsoft Word: Level 3 • Microsoft Excel: Level 3 • Microsoft PowerPoint: Level 2 and 3 • Microsoft Access: Level 2 and 3

Required courses: • Introduction to the Computer* • Microsoft Word: Level 1 and Level 2 • Microsoft Excel: Level 1 and Level 2 • Microsoft PowerPoint : Level 1 • Microsoft Access : Level 1 • Microsoft Outlook • File Management Proficiency

* Students proficient with the computer may replace Intro to the Computer for a more advanced class.

You may enroll in any of these courses even if you are not in the certificate program

Revised! Web Page Design Certificate (XWB) Major employers: Computer systems design companies, telecommunications, financial and insurance agencies, marketing. Average hourly rate: Wages vary greatly based on education, experience and talent, starting $18-$55. Outlook: Growth continues to be strong as businesses continue to improve the appearance and functionality of their websites to attract more customers. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems

Revised: Earn a certificate from NSCC by completing one eight week course. Prerequisite courses: Windows and Navigating the Internet, or equivalent experience. Topics covered include: • • • •

HTML Dreamweaver Web Graphics Cascading Style Sheets

Summer 2014 Courses

• Boosting Your Website Traffic • JavaScript • Planning and Maintaining Your Website

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Graphic Design Certificate (XGD) Major employers: Graphic design companies, newspaper, magazine and book publishers, advertising agencies, printing. Average hourly rate: Competition is strong with the highest wages paid to the most talented designers, between $17 and $30. Outlook: Growth due to the increased use of the internet, and the need to design and layout webpages. Businesses continue to want visually appealing ideas for their products. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems

To earn a certificate, complete seven required courses, and at least two web design or social media workshops. Required courses: • Principles of Visual Design • Adobe Illustrator: Level 1 • Adobe Illustrator: Level 2 • Adobe InDesign: Level 1 • Adobe InDesign: Level 2 • Two (2) Web Design or Social Media workshops • Adobe Photoshop: Level 1 • Adobe Photoshop: Level 2

CompTIA Networking Support Certification Program Major employers: Computer systems design companies, colleges, information services, retail electronics/ computer stores. Average hourly rate: Based on experience and certifications, Computer Support Specialists earn $16-$30. Outlook: Growth is strong as the number of businesses using computers continues to grow and complex software is available to home users. The healthcare industry is expected to greatly increase its need for IT specialists. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems

PC and Networking Specialist Certification Program Average hourly rate: Based on experience and certifications, Computer Support Specialists earn $16-$30. Network Managers earn $25-$40. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems

CompTIA A+

CompTIA Network+

CompTIA Security+

Comp TIA Healthcare IT Tech

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Students interested in participating in an academic program that involves working with children, the disabled, or the elderly, or which includes a clinical affiliation, internship, or field placement with a private or public healthcare provider, may be required to undergo criminal background checks, including a national as well as local check (i.e. Massachusetts Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) and Sex Offender Record Information (SORI)). Depending on the contents of these criminal background check(s), a student’s participation in an academic program that involves working with children, the disabled, or the elderly or which includes a clinical affiliation, internship or field placement with a private or public healthcare provider may not be allowed, and therefore may impact a student’s ability to complete program requirements. Furthermore, please note that eligibility to participate in the program and/or clinical affiliation, internship or field placement as a result of screening requirements, such as criminal background checks, is not a guarantee of eligibility to sit for professional credentialing examination(s) or employment upon graduation.

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Caring for People with Alzheimer’s: Habilitation Training

Learn to care for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia through the curriculum in best Habilitation Therapy practices. Areas covered will be understanding Alzheimer’s and dementia; knowing and understanding the individual; communication: the language, understanding and responding; importance of their physical environment; activity and purposeful engagement; personal care; and understanding and working with families. Designed for individuals working directly with the Alzheimer’s/dementia population in an array of care settings. COURSE CODE

CSA832 XCH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64503

Jul 08

6:00PM-9:15PM

Tue/Thu

2 WEEKS

DANVERS

MURRAY

$149

Dental Assisting Program Major employers: Dental offices and clinics. Average hourly rate: Entry level dental assistants $16-$22 per hour. Outlook: Population growth and increasing trend for people to keep the natural teeth will fuel the demand for dental services. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems The Dental Assisting Program prepares students for entry-level positions in one of the fastest growing health care fields. Students will be familiarized with all areas of pre-clinical dental assisting and trained in the professional skills required to function as an assistant in a dental practice. Administrative aspects include: the history of dentistry and dental assisting, introduction to the dental office, the legal aspects of dentistry, policies and guidelines. Clinical aspects include: introduction to oral anatomy, dental operatory, dental equipment, introduction to tooth structure, primary and permanent teeth, the oral cavity and related structures, proper patient positioning, dental hand-pieces, sterilization, and other areas. In addition to the classroom lecture and hand-on labs, this program also includes an optional clinical rotation. A CORI check is required, come to the Beverly Cummings Center Campus, Building 100-E, to complete at least two weeks before class starts. Proof of immunizations and a negative TB test is required and given to the instructor at the first class. Designed to prepare students to sit for the DANB Radiology Health and Safety Examination (RHS). The State of Massachusetts requires that any dental office employee who will be performing radiological procedures (X-Rays) must take and pass the DANB RHS exam. The cost of this exam is not included as part of the cost of this program. The DANB exam is administered at Pearson Vue Testing Centers. Cost includes required textbook to be picked up at the Cummings Center, Beverly, three days before the start of class. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA340 BDH CSA340 XDH

64352 64182

Jun 02 Jun 24

6:00PM-9:00PM 1:00PM-5:00PM

Mon/Wed Tue/Thu

10 WEEKS 10 WEEKS

DANVERS DANVERS

CARRASQUILLO AGERSEA

$1,599 $1,599

Dialysis Technician Major employers: Hospitals, dialysis centers, home care agencies. Average hourly rate: Entry level dialysis techs earn between $11 and $15 per hour. Depending on area of country and certification, some technicians earn as much as $25 per hour. Outlook: Growth is steady due to the increasing number of treatments, medical procedures performed each year. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems The Dialysis Technician Program provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties required of Dialysis Technicians. Under the supervision of physicians and registered nurses, Dialysis Technicians operate kidney dialysis machines, prepare dialyzer reprocessing and delivery systems as well as maintain and repair equipment. Furthermore, technicians work with patients during dialysis procedures and monitor and record vital signs as well as administer local anesthetics and drugs as needed. Dialysis Technicians must also assess patients for any complications that occur during the procedure and must be ready to take necessary emergency measures including administering oxygen and performing Basic Cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Additionally, they may also be involved in the training of patients for at-home dialysis treatment and providing them with the emotional support they need for self-care. Note: This program does not include a national or state certification as part of its overall objectives. Federal Medicare law dictates individuals have 1,000 to 1,500 hours of work experience to sit for the exam. Additionally there is no student internship or clinical rotation offered as part of this program. Cost includes required textbook to be picked up at the Cummings Center, Beverly, three days before the start of class. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA342 XDH

64183

Jun 10

1:00PM-4:00PM

Tue/Thu

9 WEEKS

DANVERS

STAFF

$999

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EKG Technician Major employers: Hospitals, doctors’ offices, medical labs/clinics, outpatient care centers. Average hourly rate: Pay varies with the technologist’s level of education and skill $16-$23. Outlook: Growth will be due to the increase in number of people over 50. Opportunities are best for technologists who have multiple professional credentials, trained to do multiple procedures. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems This comprehensive EKG Technician Program prepares students to function as EKG Technicians and to take the ASPT, Electrocardiograph (EKG) Technician exam, and other National Certification Exams. Includes important practice and background information on anatomy and physiology of the heart, medical disease processes, medical terminology, medical ethics and legal aspects of patient contact, electrocardiography and stress testing. Additionally, students will practice with EKG equipment and perform hands-on labs including introduction to the function and proper use of the EKG machine, the normal anatomy of the chest wall for proper lead placement, 12-lead placement, and other clinical practices. Cost includes required textbook to be picked up at the Cummings Center, Beverly, three days before the start of class. The cost of this exam is not included as part of the cost of this program. COURSE CODE

CSJ470 XCH CSJ470 YCH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64197 64039

Jun 24 Jul 30

1:00PM-4:00PM 6:00PM-10:00PM

Tue/Thu Mon/Wed

9 WEEKS 7 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR

WRONKOWSKI RODRIGUEZ

$999 $999

Medical Interpreting Certification Prep Major employers: Interpretation/translation companies, hospitals, clinics. Average hourly rate: Depending on the setting, the language(s) spoken, and certification, $16-$30. Outlook: Growth of the health care industry will create more jobs. Certification is required for most jobs. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems Medical Interpreters are in great demand nationwide. In Massachusetts, where interpreters are legally mandated in acute care hospitals and behavioral health hospitals, the need for trained medical interpreters is booming. The Department of Labor Statistics says “Employment of interpreters and translators is expected to grow 42 percent from 2010 to 2020, much faster than the average for all occupations. Employment growth reflects an increasingly diverse U.S. population, which is expected to require more interpreters and translators.” This 54-hour course provides a working knowledge of the various aspects of medical interpreting such as the standards of practice, ethics, HIPAA regulations, cultural competency, role plays, and medical vocabulary development. The Course is open to all languages, but students must be able to fully comprehend and communicate in both English and at least one other language. For more information on certification, visit www.certifiedmedicalinterpreters.org/ getcertified. Because a selective interview is required before acceptance, students must enroll two weeks prior to the beginning of class. Please bring a 1-inch binder to the first class. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA044 ACN CSA044 XCN

64260 62736

Jun 02 Jun 24

9:00AM-12:00PM 6:00PM-9:00PM

Mon/Wed Tue/Thu

9 WEEKS 9 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR LYNN

STAFF STAFF

$999 $999

Nurse Assistant/Home Health Aide Major employers: Nursing and personal care facilities, hospitals, and residential care homes. Average hourly rate: Certified Nurse Assistants earn $12-$17. Home Health Aides, $10. Massachusetts requires all nursing assistants to be certified. Outlook: High growth rate due to the number of people in their 70’s or older. Many people employed as nursing assistants continue training in other medical fields. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems Prepare for an entry-level career in health care with a 100-hour dual-certification training program for Nurse Assistant (NA) and Home Health Aide. Fulfill your classroom hours on campus and your clinical experience in a local nursing facility with our Registered Nurse instructors. Prepare for the State Board examination to become a Certified Nurse Assistant, and receive a Home Health Aide Certificate. The skills taught in our State-licensed certificate program include vital signs, moving and turning patients, personal care basics, bed making, bed bath and feeding, record keeping and responding to emergencies. Prerequisites: (1) Reading Comprehension and Mathematics assessment testing (at the College’s Center for Alternative Testing) is required prior to registration. (2) Proof of immunizations and a negative TB test is required. (3) CORI check is required. Please read the first four chapters in the textbook prior to the first class. Students must take and pass the State Board examination to become a Certified Nurse Assistant/Home Health Aide in the state of Massachusetts. The cost of this exam is not included as part of the cost of this program. COURSE CODE

CRN

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CSA687 ADH CSA687 BDH CSA687 AOH CSA687 XDH

62881 64122 64023 63555

May 21 May 21 Jun 10 Jul 23

5:00PM-10:00PM 9:00AM-2:00PM 9:00AM-2:00PM 5:00PM-10:00PM

Mon thru Thu Mon/Wed/Fri Tue/Thu Mon thru Thu

6 WEEKS 8 WEEKS 12 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

DANVERS DANVERS FIELD DANVERS

MURRAY MAAS MAAS MURRAY

$999 $999 $999 $999

Nurse Assistant Skills Review

Do you want to practice your Nursing Assistant skills before the state exam? Are you already certified and want to sharpen your skills? Join this hands on course and perfect these skills! Prerequisite: Successful completion of Nurse Assistant Program. Please bring your skills book to class. COURSE CODE

CSA819 BDH

10

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64354

Aug 28

5:00PM-10:00PM

Thu

1 DAY

DANVERS

MAAS

$89

978-236-1200


HEALTH

Pharmacy Technician Program Major employers: Pharmacies and drug stores, hospitals, and grocery pharmacies. Average hourly rate: $12-$18. Massachusetts requires all Pharmacy Technicians to pass the PTCB exam. Outlook: Growth rate is increasing do to the aging population. Opportunities increase with formal training. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems This comprehensive 50 hour program will prepare students to work as a pharmacy technician in a retail or other pharmacy setting and to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s PTCB exam. Course content includes: pharmacy medical terminology, the history of pharmacy, the pharmacy practice in multiple environments, pharmacy calculations and measurements, reading and interpreting prescriptions and defining drugs by generic and brand names. Through classroom lecture and hands on labs, students will review dosage calculations, drug classifications, the “top 200 drugs”, I.V. flow rates, sterile compounding, dose conversions, aseptic technique, the handling of sterile products, total parenteral nutrition (TPN), dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control and billing and reimbursement. In addition to classroom lecture and labs, this program includes an optional clinical externship through a local pharmacy. To be eligible for the optional clinical externship, students must successfully complete the 50 hour program, submit to a thorough background check (CORI required), drug screening and meet other requirements. Note: The Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) – Certified Pharmacy Technician Exam (CPhT) is optional and not included in the cost of the program. For additional information on the PTCB exam, visit their website at www.ptcb.org or call 800-363-8012. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA270 BCH CSA270 XCH

64536 62423

May 19 Jul 14

9:00AM-12:00PM 6:00PM-9:30PM

Mon/Wed/Fri Mon/Wed

6 WEEKS 7 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR

DOYLE DOYLE

$1,199 $1,199

Phlebotomy Technician Major employers: Hospitals, medical laboratories, doctors’ offices and clinics. Average hourly rate: Phlebotomy Technicians earn between $14 and $17 per hour. Outlook: Growth is due to the number of medical test being performed each year and the new tests being developed. Opportunities are best for technologists who have multiple professional credentials, trained to do multiple procedures. — Data from Massachusetts Career Information Systems The Phlebotomy Technician Program prepares professionals to collect blood specimens from clients for the purpose of laboratory analysis. Students will become familiar with all aspects related to blood collection and develop comprehensive skills to perform venipunctures completely and safely. Classroom and lab work includes terminology, anatomy and physiology; blood collection procedures; specimen hands-on practice; and training in skills and techniques to perform puncture methods. In addition to the classroom lecture and hands on labs, this program also includes an optional 40 hours clinical rotation as part of the program. At the conclusion of this program, students will be able to sit for the National Healthcareer Association’s (NHA) Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) exam. This exam is not included in the cost of the program. A CORI check is required, come to the Beverly Cummings Center Campus, Building 100-E, to complete at least two weeks before class starts. Proof of immunizations and a negative TB test is required and given to the instructor at the first class. Call 978-236-1200 with any questions. Cost includes required textbook to be picked up at the Cummings Center, Beverly, three days before the start of class. COURSE CODE

CSJ104 ADH CSJ104 BDH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64034 64196

May 19 May 20

1:00PM-4:30PM 6:00PM-9:30PM

Mon/Wed Tue/Thu

13 WEEKS 14 WEEKS

DANVERS DANVERS

RODRIGUEZ VALDEZ

$1,799 $1,799

CPR & First Aid

Basic First Aid

Learn all of the essentials needed to be prepared for a medical emergency. Topics include, legal issues regarding providing care to strangers, protecting yourself from infectious disease while providing care, and how to respond when an emergency arises. Care for injuries including burns, bleeding and wound care, bandaging and splinting, and assisting with spine immobilization. Medical conditions considered include heart attack, stroke, diabetes, seizures, poisoning, and heat/cold emergencies. The course cost includes a full-color text to be picked up at the Cummings Center, Beverly, and read before the class. COURSE CODE

CSJ407 XDN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

62751

Jul 14

6:00PM-10:00PM

Mon

1 DAY

DANVERS

CHOPELAS

$64

CPR and AED

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and the use of an Automated External Defibrillator can greatly reduce the chance of death when a person is found in cardiac arrest. Basic life support skills will be taught along with rescue breathing, care for choking, and patient assessment skills to empower the student to respond with speed and confidence in a life-threatening emergency. Cost includes a full-color text to be picked up at the Cummings Center, Beverly and read before class. Note: This course does NOT meet the requirement for Health Profession students. COURSE CODE

CSJ330 BDN CSJ330 YDN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

62740 62742

Jun 02 Aug 11

6:00PM-9:30PM 6:00PM-9:30PM

Mon Mon

1 DAY 1 DAY

DANVERS DANVERS

CHOPELAS CHOPELAS

$64 $64

Professional Rescuer CPR

This advanced CPR course is required of healthcare professionals, lifeguards, and other first responders. Utilizing the 2010 Guidelines, students will be taught BLS skills for all ages of patients (infant, child, and adult) including rescue breathing, foreign body airway obstruction, 2-person CPR and AED use. Textbook included to be picked up at Cummings Center, Beverly and read before class. Successful completion of all skill stations and the final exam earns a certificate from the American Heart Association for Professional Rescuer CPR valid for two years. Attendance for the entire course is required for successful completion. Note: This course is the American Heart Association Healthcare Provider course. Meets the CPR requirement for accepted Health Professions students at NSCC. COURSE CODE

CSJ374 ADN CSJ374 ZDN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

62528 63959

Jun 23 Aug 04

5:30PM-10:00PM 5:30PM-10:00PM

Mon Mon

1 DAY 1 DAY

DANVERS DANVERS

CHOPELAS CHOPELAS

$89 $89

Summer 2014 Courses

www.northshore.edu

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DON’T WAIT

Careers & Licensing Accounting & Finance

Bookkeeping and Accounting: Part 1

An introduction to bookkeeping and accounting covering the accounting cycle. Analyze and record transactions using debits, credits, and T accounts. Posting in the journal and the ledger. Prepare trial balance, create adjustments, and produce financial statements. Textbook, calculator, and a ruler are required. Textbook available at the Danvers campus bookstore.

COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA405 ACN CSA405 BCN

62013 62737

May 22 Jun 03

9:00AM-11:30AM 6:00PM-8:30PM

Thu Tue

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR

TRIANTOS KELLEY

$199 $199

Bookkeeping and Accounting: Part 2

Continue the accounting cycle in more depth, covering banking procedures, cash and understanding payroll and payroll taxes. Work with SECURE YOUR sales and cash receipts including credits and accounts receivables. Purchases and accounts payable posting procedures will also be prepared.

Textbook, calculator, and a ruler are required. Textbook (same as Bookkeeping and Accounting: Part 1) available at Danvers Campus bookstore. SPOT! Prerequisite: Bookkeeping and Accounting Part I. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA406 BCN CSA406 XCN

64550 64381

Jul 10 Jul 15

9:00AM-11:30AM 6:00PM-8:30PM

Thu Tue

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR

TRIANTOS KELLEY

$199 $199

Making Money as a Freelance Bookkeeper

In these economic times, freelance bookkeeping may be the answer to a great career. All businesses need a bookkeeper. Start your own business while working at your regular job or freelance from home part-time or full-time. Learn what it takes to start, how to build a client base, how much you should charge, and what the startup costs are.

DON’T COURSEMISS CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA367 ACN CSA367 YCN

63804 63852

Jun 18 Aug 02

6:00PM-9:00PM 9:00AM-12:00PM

Wed Sat

1 DAY 1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR

KELLEY KELLEY

$69 $69

OUT!

QuickBooks 2013: Level 1

An introduction to the current version of QuickBooks 2013 for Windows. Topics include chart of accounts, list of vendors, items, customers, cash sales, invoicing, payments and deposits, bank reconciliation, bill payments, and creating reports and graphs. Knowledge of computers and Windows required. Flash drive required. Textbook available at Danvers Campus Bookstore. Prerequisite: Bookkeeping and Accounting: Part 1 or equivalent experience. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP286 ACN CSP286 BCN

63195 61536

May 27 Jul 18

6:00PM-8:30PM 9:00AM-11:30AM

Tue Fri

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR

TOYE TOYE

$259 $259

QuickBooks 2013: Level 2

Learn the various areas of QuickBooks that go beyond the basics such as reconciliations, credit cards and other liabilities, class usage, 1099 reporting, sales tax, utilities including importing and exporting files and various back up choices, budgeting, forecasting, and journal entries. Flash drive required. Textbook available at Danvers Campus Bookstore. Prerequisite: QuickBooks Pro: Level 1 or equivalent experience. COURSE CODE

CSP498 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

63197

Jul 08

6:00PM-8:30PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

TOYE

$259

QuickBooks Payroll

Learn how to set up payroll and employee accounts, distinguish between employees and 1099 subcontractors, prepare W2s and year-end reports, and the best way to pay taxes. COURSE CODE

CSP172 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

63192

Aug 19

6:00PM-8:30PM

Tue

3 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

TOYE

$149

American Management Association (AMA)

How to Manage Conflict in the Organization

Learn to resolve conflict before it destroys productivity and performance. Learn the practical knowledge, proven techniques, and psychological insights you need to resolve conflicts successfully. Respond quickly and effectively to issues as they arise, turn conflicts into constructive forces for improving your performance, and understand the fundamental processes and factors that cause and perpetuate conflicts. Tuition includes AMA text. COURSE CODE

CSL122 ACH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

63814

Jul 24

6:30PM-9:00PM

Thu

6 WEEKS

DANVERS

MIRANDI

$279

Time Management

Critical to the success of every planner are good time management skills. Learn techniques to plan and manage your time effectively. Whether you are juggling multiple events/projects simultaneously or just handling the day-to-day tasks in your office, this course will help you to prioritize tasks and improve productivity. Tuition includes AMA text. COURSE CODE

CSL110 XCH

12

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64341

May 29

6:30PM-9:30PM

Thu

5 WEEKS

DANVERS

MIRANDI

$279

978-236-1200


CAREERS

Bartending & T.I.P.S.

Bartending

Learn the basics of professional bartending for all your needs from a small house party to a large professional bar. Sorry, no alcohol used, but results will be the same. T.I.P.S. (Training Intervention Procedures of Servers of Alcohol) is included on the last night of class. (Textbook for T.I.P.S. purchased that evening from the instructor for $22). COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA100 ADH

61309

May 20

6:30PM-9:30PM

Tue

7 WEEKS

DANVERS

MURRAY

$239

Training Intervention Procedures of Servers of Alcohol (T.I.P.S.)

Learn about the effects of alcohol, blood alcohol content levels, how your body eliminates alcohol and how to intervene before a person becomes intoxicated. Fine-tune your “people” skills by observing different behavior cues that people exhibit when reaching their limits. Learn to key in absorption rate factors that can affect people’s tolerance. For bartenders, waitresses, and parents of teenagers. Textbook purchased from the instructor for $22. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA295 XDH

60902

Jul 01

6:00PM-10:00PM

Tue

1 DAY

DANVERS

GOLD

$69

Wine Appreciation: 101

Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about wine! Learn some of the basics of evaluating wines, including tasting technique and how to take notes to recall and compare what you’ve tasted. Learn the fundamentals of how white and red wines are made. Discuss food-wine pairing and enjoy small nibbles for hands-on practice! A $40 fee payable to instructor at class to cover wines and food. Bring four wine glasses to class. Must be 21 years or older to attend. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA095 AOH

63791

Jun 09

7:00PM-9:00PM

Mon

3 WEEKS

ALFALFA FARM

GILLEN

$119

Basic Culinary Arts New! Thrill of the Grill Series Sizzle up your summer with the Thrill of the Grill Series! Register for the individual topics that interest you or sign up for all four and receive a discount. Chicken Dinner, Pizza and Sangria, Seafood and a Martini, and Meat Every Which Way! Each course has a fee due to the instructor at the session. Must be 21 years or older COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA128 AOH

64004

May 27

6:30PM-9:30PM

Tue

4 WEEKS

ALFALFA FARM

ROSE

$219

New! Thrill of the Grill – Chicken Dinner Learn to create a complete chicken dinner on the grill, including roast chicken, grilled vegetables, and grilled fruit for dessert. You will also learn to make a perfect cosmopolitan to go with your dinner! Bring apron, cutting board, knife, towels, martini glass, food containers and $20 fee to instructor. Must be 21 years or older. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA153 XOH

63541

May 27

6:30PM-9:30PM

Tue

1 DAY

ALFALFA FARM

ROSE

$59

New! Thrill of the Grill – Pizza and Sangria! Learn how to grill the best crusts, then top with your favorite ingredients – sweet and savory – to wow your friends including margherita, vegetable, prosciutto and arugula, and a nutella strawberry pizza. Serve pizzas for appetizers, main meals, and dessert. You will also learn to make a summer sangria to accompany the pizzas. Bring apron, cutting board, rolling pin, knife, towels, wine glass, containers and $20 fee to instructor. Must be 21 years or older. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA228 AOH

64015

Jun 10

6:30PM-9:30PM

Tue

1 DAY

ALFALFA FARM

ROSE

$59

New! Thrill of the Grill – Seafood and a Martini! Learn to grill salmon, scallops, shrimp and clams, including variations. Learn to make a key lime martini to accompany the seafood. Bring apron, cutting board, knife, towels, martini glass, containers and $25 fee to instructor. Must be 21 years or older. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA189 AOH

63787

Jun 17

6:30PM-9:30PM

Tue

1 DAY

ALFALFA FARM

ROSE

$59

New! Thrill of the Grill – Meats Every Which Way! Learn to grill beef kabobs, lamb burgers, pork steaks, chicken wings and more. Class will include dry rubs, marinades and brines. You will also learn to make a spectacular passion fruit martini. Bring apron, cutting board, knife, towels, martini glass, containers and $25 fee to instructor. Must be 21 years or older. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA188 AOH

63802

Jun 24

6:30PM-9:30PM

Tue

1 DAY

ALFALFA FARM

ROSE

$59

Business Career Courses Online Course: Managing Real World Projects This online, self-paced introductory course presents a stream-lined approach to project management based on the best practices. It cuts through the clutter and focuses on the key principles of project management in the real world, offering tools and techniques for achieving project success. Managing Real World Projects™ provides you with a clear road map for leading a project through the five key project stages: Initiating, Planning, Controlling, Executing and Closing. Be exposed to the basic tools employed in each of these stages, including templates for a comprehensive project plan, work breakdown schedules, task list, issue list, risk register and close-out documents. Each stage is illustrated by examples and video commentary by project management professionals, where you can see how best practices are applied to solve project challenges. LEVEL: Introductory

ESTIMATED TIME TO COMPLETE: 10 hours

Summer 2014 Courses

FEE: $249

TO REGISTER: Please visit community.northshore.edu/online/mindedge.html

www.northshore.edu

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CAREERS

Interviewing – Preparation and Skills

Interviewing techniques and general questions usually asked during an interview will be discussed. Two business executives will join us during the last hour of the session to conduct mock interviews. COURSE CODE

CSA219 ACH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64247

Jun 19

6:00PM-9:00PM

Thu

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

HART

$39

Public Speaking for Impact

Do you admire people who seem to have a command of the English language and can entertain an audience easily? Learn techniques, methods, and tips, to diminish “stage fright,” improve your stage presence, and leave a lasting, memorable impression on your listeners. COURSE CODE

CSA535 ALH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64223

Jun 05

6:30PM-9:30PM

Thu

5 WEEKS

LYNN

VALENTINE KING

$129

Training for Front Office Personnel

Learn and practice a different skill needed for such employment. Speech, grammar, writing skills, business appearance, and efficient movement will be practiced as some of the qualities necessary for this profession. COURSE CODE

CSA816 XCH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64030

May 21

1:00PM-3:00PM

Wed

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

HART

$229

Eco-Friendly

Beekeeping – From A to BEES

Learn from an expert beekeeper all about bees, beekeeping, and acquiring the necessary equipment to get you started. An $18 fee is payable to the instructor ($15 for textbook; $3 for supplies to build a frame). A field trip will take place on a Saturday to be determined. Class held off-campus at instructor’s studio. Call 978-236-1200 for directions. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM449 AOH

63834

May 21

6:30PM-8:30PM

Wed

6 WEEKS

FIELD

GAGLIONE

$99

Luscious Lotions, Simple Salves

Create soothing, healing salves and lotions to pamper your skin! Learn the basics to make herbal infused oils, salves, lotions, and your own skinsoaking preparations without any synthetic ingredients. Especially helpful for those with sensitive skin. Bring home a lip balm, healing salve, and lotion, scented with individual choices of essential oils. A $12 materials fee is payable to instructor at first class. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM188 ACH

63586

Jun 28

10:00AM-1:00PM

Sat

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

WEAVER

$49

Event Planning

Event Planning

An event planner’s job is dynamic, rewarding, and fun. Learn the fundamentals of event planning, explore the various facets of an event planner’s job, define industry terms, and gain practical insight into the valuable tools and resources available to help you become a successful event planner. Wedding planning will also be covered. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA064 ADH

63248

May 28

6:30PM-8:30PM

Wed

8 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

SIROIS

$299

Event Design/Decor

Explore the techniques used for transforming any space from the ordinary to the extraordinary. By combining design elements from lighting and fabric to architectural structures and props, learn how to stretch your imagination. Embrace your personal style and unique vision by creating “emotional moments” that will have lasting memories for your clients. Whether it’s a wedding, gala black tie dinner or a business conference, Event Design and Décor will teach you how to carry a theme throughout your event space. Please note this is not an interior design course; it is geared toward event design only. Prerequisite: Event Planning. COURSE CODE

CSA151 XCH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64344

Aug 06

6:30PM-8:30PM

Wed

4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

SIROIS

$159

Floral Design

Floral Wreath and Arrangement Series

Get your tabletops ready for the season in this three part series. Register for the individual topics that interest you or sign up for all three and receive a discount: Fourth of July Arrangement; Vibrant Seaside Arrangement; and Sunflower Sensations. A $60 materials fee due at first class to cover all three courses or $20 per course. Class meets June 17, July 29 and August 19. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM514 ACH

64560

Jun 17

10:00AM-11:30AM

Tue

3 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

HUBERDEAU

$99

Fourth of July Arrangement

Celebrate America by creating a gorgeous red, white, and blue arrangement for your home or outdoor barbeque! A $20 Materials fee payable to instructor. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM574 ACH

64563

Jun 17

10:00AM-11:30AM

Tue

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

HUBERDEAU

$39

Vibrant Seaside Arrangement

Bring a little beach into your home with a beautiful vibrant colored arrangement. Think sand and shells. A $20 Materials fee payable to instructor. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM575 ACH

64561

Jul 29

10:00AM-11:30AM

Tue

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

HUBERDEAU

$39

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978-236-1200


CAREERS

Sunflower Sensations

Summer maybe coming to an end, but you can hold onto it just a bit longer with an array of sunflowers on your kitchen table! A $20 Materials fee payable to instructor. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM576 BCH

64564

Aug 19

10:00AM-11:30AM

Tue

1 Day

CUMMINGS CTR

HUBERDEAU

$39

Food Service Director

Fundamentals of Catering

Designed to teach you all about catering and events management. Learn setting up a catering business, vendor relations, client base, wedding catering, corporate catering, and much more. This is a non-cooking class. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA156 ADH

63797

Jul 29

6:30PM-9:00PM

Tue

4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

ROSE

$159

“ServSafe” Food Sanitation

Offered in conjunction with the Educational Foundation (EF) of the National Restaurant Association. Learn the sanitation aspects of food safety and current regulations governing food establishments. Successfully complete the exam and you will be awarded a certificate of completion and be registered with the EF. Textbook required, available at the Danvers campus bookstore. Please buy at least two weeks before class and begin reading the text. Test administered on the last day of class. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA487 ACH

62374

Jun 02

6:00PM-9:00PM

Mon

4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

MIRANDI

$199

HACCP Manager

HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) is a preventative system for assuring the safe production of food products. You will apply the system in the design of flowcharts, identification of critical control points, observation of employees, measuring times and temperatures, and correcting problems before food can become contaminated. Prerequisite: “ServSafe”. Textbook required, available in the Danvers bookstore. Instructor: Peter M. Mirandi, Registered Sanitarian. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA484 XDH

64506

Jul 28

6:00PM-8:30PM

Mon

5 WEEKS

DANVERS

MIRANDI

$199

H.R. Management

Online Course: Employee Selection

In this self-paced, online course, learn about the process of selecting the best candidate from a large, diverse pool of high-quality applicants. Based on D. Quinn Mills’ book, Principles of Human Resource Management, discuss how to conduct an effective job interview, ask questions that elicit relevant information and avoid questions that might be seen as discriminatory. Consider how to discover more about a candidate through the use of reference checks, background checks, and testing. By the end, skills will include how to conduct an effective job interview, analyze a candidate pool and identify the most qualified candidate given a job description and requirements, and deal productively and sensitively with internal candidates for a job opening. LEVEL: Introductory

ESTIMATED TIME TO COMPLETE: 3-5 hours

FEE: $79

TO REGISTER: Please visit community.northshore.edu/online/mindedge.html

SHRM Essentials of Human Resources Management

Knowledge of HR essentials can make you a better manager, protect your company from needless litigation, and help advance your career. In cooperation with the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), this course covers real-life HR issues, including employment law, selecting qualified employees, compensation, the employee performance process, and much more. You will earn a Certificate of Completion from NSCC and earn 1.5 CEUs. Textbook included. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA678 ACN

62457

Jul 21

6:30PM-9:00PM

Mon

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

DABRIEO

$399

Interior Design

Design Your Outdoor Space

Focus on creating perfect outdoor living spaces from simple porches or patios to luxurious outdoor lounges and dining spaces. Course includes the study of outdoor furnishings and fabrics, tile and sophisticated garden decor. Learn how to creatively use outdoor space from how to bring styles and design to a basic patio to more detailed and custom design projects such as outdoor fireplaces and kitchens, outdoor showers, and pool houses. This class does not cover design concepts or sources for “hardscaping.” COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA249 XCN

64187

Jun 02

6:30PM-8:30PM

Mon

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

SOSNOWSKI

$199

Designing Interiors with Feng Shui

Introduction to Feng Shui and its connection to all aspects of interior design. Feng Shui principles use design and placement of interior elements, along with detection and use of chi (energy) to attain visual harmony. Learn how to analyze and apply these principles through space planning, colors, textures, and shapes while adding another dimension to your interior design education. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA005 ACN

62728

Jul 15

6:00PM-8:00PM

Tue

8 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

P-RUTKOWSKI

$249

Fundamentals of Interior Design

Discuss new construction and renovation and provide the information required to enable designers to work with architects and to read/understand blueprints; provide basic knowledge of space planning, lighting, kitchen and bath design overviews; flooring selection and installation; study of imported and designer area carpets and rugs; and current trends in wall treatments and finishes. Consists of instructor lecture, guest lecturers and distributed materials. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA242 XCN

63198

Jul 10

9:00AM-11:00AM

Thu

8 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

MORAN

$249

Summer 2014 Courses

www.northshore.edu

15


CAREERS

History of Furniture Styles

Explore the extraordinary styles from Ancient, Renaissance, Georgian, Victorian, French, Art Nouveau, Arts and Crafts, Art Decor, and Contemporary periods. Identify their unique motifs, ornamentation, construction, and styles that are still classics today. COURSE CODE

CSA616 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

62444

May 19

6:00PM-8:00PM

Mon

8 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

NICHOLS

$249

Interior Design Bootcamp

An advanced design workshop focused on launching your interior design business including various business models, establishing trade accounts, marketing, blogging and social media and advanced design and client presentation techniques. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA238 ACN

64261

Jul 19

9:00AM-3:00PM

Sat

2 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

SOSNOWSKI

$199

Lighting for Interior Design

Enjoy a combination of lectures and classroom discussion designed to assist both professionals and homeowners with residential lighting. Topics include new construction, renovation, and retrofitting. Explore different types of lighting, including general purpose, task, and accent lighting and learn about the preparation through finalization methods for each type. Final class will be a field trip to a lighting fixture supplier. Students with existing projects are encouraged to bring their building plans for review and discussion with the class. COURSE CODE

CSA031 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64374

Jun 30

6:00PM-8:00PM

Mon

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

GLIDDEN

$199

Residential Interior Design Studio 1

Learn the technical requirements to complete an interior design project. Explore floor planning, color and material coordination, and furniture schedules. Complete project boards that will become part of your professional portfolio. A materials list will be distributed at the first class. Prerequisite: Introduction to Drafting for Interior Designers. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA402 ACN

62012

Jun 24

9:30AM-11:30AM

Tue/Thu

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

SOSNOWSKI

$349

Residential Interior Design Studio 2

A continuation of Residential Interior Design Studio 1. Incorporates more complex interior design problems and solutions. COURSE CODE

CSA617 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

61520

Aug 05

9:30AM-11:30AM

Tue/Thu

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

SOSNOWSKI

$349

Interior Designers Guide to Organizing

What part does organization play with your interior design projects and clients? We will cover fundamentals of organizing things and rooms, along with how to work successfully with varied clients on different projects. What impact does the “stuff” have on your work, while you are there and afterwards? What does the client think about the amount of stuff they have and how do you work with whatever they believe? We will also spend some time on the professional organizing industry: when it makes sense to refer, what to expect, and how to work together. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA274 BCN

64549

Aug 13

10:30AM-12:30PM

Wed

5 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

WEST

$199

Staging/Redesign

Whether for residential or business situations, are you looking to develop that knack of knowing what to place where in your design scheme to best use a space? One lucky student will have a free consultation in exchange for hosting the class one time during the course. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA073 ACN

63965

Jul 23

9:30AM-11:30AM

Wed

8 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

GLIDDEN

$249

Landscape Design & Maintenance

Landscape and Garden Maintenance – Summer

Gain hands-on experience at Long Hill, an outstanding country estate with historic gardens in Beverly owned by The Trustees of Reservations. Participate in summer landscaping and garden maintenance supervised by the Long Hill staff horticulturalists. Learn about planting, weed identification/removal, garden rejuvenation, summer pruning (including hedges), mulching, propagation and cuttings, stone laying, landscape equipment, design of summer containers, and more. Informational handouts provided. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM958 AOH

60720

Jun 03

9:00AM-12:00PM

Tue/Thu

10 WEEKS

FIELD

BOUCHARD

$239

Perennials, Annuals, Vines: Identification and Culture

Study and identify suitable plants for the New England area, including native, exotic, ornamental attributes, uses, horticultural requirements, and design implications. Foliage, flowers, texture, color, as well as performances in various seasons are discussed. One design project required. Textbook required, available at the Danvers campus bookstore. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM287 ADH

62801

May 20

6:30PM-8:30PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

DANVERS

FLANAGAN

$219

New Certificate Program! Nonprofit Courses

Online Course: Social Media for Nonprofits

In this self-paced, online course, learn to use social media in communicating, marketing, public relations, and fundraising for nonprofits. It explores the major social media platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn,Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest) as vehicles for nonprofits to reach their members, volunteers, and donors, and discuss the importance of each. Learn how social media can be used to better engage a nonprofit’s audience and outline the key questions nonprofits should consider as they become involved in social media including the strengths and weaknesses of different social media platforms, the costs involved and the measurement of effectiveness. LEVEL: Introductory

16

ESTIMATED TIME TO COMPLETE: 3-5 hours

FEE: $79

TO REGISTER: Please visit community.northshore.edu/online/mindedge.html

978-236-1200


CAREERS

Ethics and Nonprofit Practice

Explore critical aspects of ‘best practices’ in nonprofit organizations, such as ethical issues that impact accountability and transparency. Topics will include codes of conduct, ethical decision-making, mission and vision statements, and the role of non-profit leadership in maintaining ethical standards and practices. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA276 ACN

64557

Jun 05

5:30PM-8:30PM

Thu

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

FRASCA

$69

Financial Recordkeeping for Nonprofits

This is an introduction to nonprofit accounting (fund accounting), the basic means of recording and reporting financial information for their Board, Executive Director, contributors and State and Local governments. Discover the uses and limitations of such financial statements and related information and apply analytical tools in making both business and financial decisions. Topics examined include those related to financial position, operating results, cash flows, and financial strength. Study the basic accounting systems and learn how various accounting alternatives for recording financial transactions impact on the usefulness of the information provided for decision-making. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA240 BCN

64559

Jul 22

6:30PM-8:30PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

GERARDI

$279

Fundraising and Development in Nonprofits

Nonprofits need funding to become sustainable. Learn about the many methods of fundraising and development from grants to special events to online giving. We will differentiate fundraising from development, examine trends of the nonprofit sector in Massachusetts such as revenue streams, and create the case so you are prepared to make the ask. We will discuss the importance of donor retention and engaging the board and volunteers in order to generate revenue. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA346 BCN

64548

Aug 13

6:30PM-8:30PM

Wed

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

FRASCA

$279

Grant Writing Essentials

Learn the essentials of grant writing including how to compose well-developed, succinctly written grant proposals. Learn how to read and understand grant language and requirements and how to research, identify and approach appropriate funding sources with an effective message. No required reading. A suggested reading list will be provided in class. Come to class with AGM forms downloaded from www.agmconnect.org/cpf/ COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA700 ACN

60724

Jun 04

6:00PM-8:00PM

Wed

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

SZABO

$279

Legal Issues and Governance in Nonprofits

Learn the legal requirements and policy implications for nonprofit organizations. Nonprofits play an important role in our society and have unique legal. Topics will include state law issues, governance models, director fiduciary responsibilities, liability concerns, dissolution, state attorney general oversight and regulation of charitable solicitation and fundraising practices. Will also review “best practices” and ways for nonprofit organizations to demonstrate accountability to its donors and other stakeholders. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA277 ACN

64558

Jun 03

6:30PM-8:30PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

GERARDI

$279

Marketing and Promoting Nonprofits

Get your nonprofit and your cause noticed! Reach new supporters and better connect with and engage current supporters, volunteers and donors. Explore best practices and case studies in nonprofit marketing and gain hands-on tips currently being used by nonprofits to engage stakeholders. We will discuss the three objectives of promotion and the tools of the promotional mix and how it impacts the nonprofits. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA275 ACN

64547

Jul 02

6:30PM-8:30PM

Wed

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

FRASCA

$279

Principles of Managing a Nonprofit Organization

The course provides an introduction to all aspects of managing and leading a nonprofit organization in order to increase organizational effectiveness and sustainability.. Topics include reviewing the current state of the nonprofit sector, the basics of developing a mission statement, understanding the role of the board, fundraising, marketing, financial management, planning, and sustainability. We will examine and analyze through class discussions, handouts, and online research what other nonprofit organizations are doing in each of these areas. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA657 ACN

64546

May 21

6:30PM-8:30PM

Wed

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

FRASCA

$279

Strategic Planning Workshop

Strategic plans help provide a clear focus and alignment of resources to improve efficiency and effectiveness in an organization. In this workshop we will discuss key terms and concepts and you will learn the components of a strategic plan, and understand the importance of leadership, vision, and mission, as part of the plan. You will learn how to develop an action plan, and implement, monitor, measure, and evaluate a strategic plan. We will review strategic plans that some organizations created and help prepare you to get started on developing your own. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA347 ACN

64389

May 29

5:30PM-8:30PM

Thu

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

FRASCA

$69

Real Estate Sales & Brokers

MA Real Estate Broker’s Exam Preparation

42-hour course designed to provide knowledge and understanding of real estate principles and practices necessary to qualify for a position as a real estate broker. Preparation for the MA Real Estate Broker’s Exam. Includes property, contracts, closing, financing, brokerage, housing, zoning, appraisal, MA license law, and real estate math. Textbook required, available at the Danvers Campus bookstore. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA628 XCN

64382

Jul 07

9:00AM-12:00PM

Mon/Wed

7 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

LOTHROP

$399

Summer 2014 Courses

www.northshore.edu

17


CAREERS

Real Estate Salesperson’s Exam Preparation

Designed to provide knowledge and understanding of real estate principles and practices necessary to qualify for a position as a real estate salesperson. Prepare for the Massachusetts Real Estate Salesperson’s Examination. Explore property, contracts, closing, financing, brokerage, housing, zoning, appraisal, Massachusetts’ license law, and real estate math. Textbook required, available at the Danvers campus bookstore. COURSE CODE

CSA331 BLN CSA331 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

60591 62185

Jun 02 Jul 08

6:00PM-9:00PM 6:00PM-9:00PM

Mon/Wed Tue/Thu

7 WEEKS 7 WEEKS

LYNN CUMMINGS CTR

LOTHROP LOTHROP

$399 $399

Social Media

Introduction to Social Media

Meet the key social players. Learn about the latest updates, the impact they have on the industry and the up-and-coming stars that have potential to take social media by storm. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP207 ADN

63974

Jun 03

6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

O’NEIL

$99

LinkedIn – How to Make it Work for You

With over 259 million members worldwide, LinkedIn is the place to network online. Want to connect with industry movers and shakers? Follow business leaders, hear what they have to say, join groups of like-minded professionals? LinkedIn is a resource you can’t afford to miss out on. It is a living resume and will make your life easier when planning your next career move. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA222 ACN

64008

Jun 10

6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

O’NEIL

$99

Facebook

The social media giant recently made some changes to its algorithm, handicapping businesses in the news feed. It is a pay-to-play environment now. Learn about these latest changes, how it will affect your business and what you can do about it. COURSE CODE

CSP014 ACN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64375

Jun 17

6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

O’NEIL

$99

Twitter: An Introduction

Everyone understand Facebook, now they are tackling Twitter. Learn about the Twittersphere, what Hashtags really are and how they can help you find information and promote your news. In the Advanced class we take an in-depth look at Hootsuite, TweetDeck and promoted and sponsored tweets. COURSE CODE

CSP016 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64377

Jun 24

6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

O’NEIL

$99

Twitter: Advanced

Everyone understand Facebook, now they are tackling Twitter. Learn about the Twittersphere, what Hashtags really are and how they can help you find information and promote your news. In the Advanced class we take an in-depth look at Hootsuite, TweetDeck and promoted and sponsored tweets. COURSE CODE

CSP017 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64378

Jul 01

6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

O’NEIL

$99

Blogging: An Introduction

The social media machine runs on content. “Content Marketing” has quickly become a buzzword. Learn how to set up your blog, how to write a post and then use that content to fuel your social media accounts. In the introduction class we focus on the basics and in the advanced class we talk about content syndication and how to take your blog to the next level. COURSE CODE

CSP018 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64371

Jul 08

6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

O’NEIL

$99

Blogging: Advanced

The social media machine runs on content. “Content Marketing” has quickly become a buzzword. Learn how to set up your blog, how to write a post and then use that content to fuel your social media accounts. In the introduction class we focus on the basics and in the advanced class we talk about content syndication and how to take your blog to the next level. COURSE CODE

CSP019 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64372

Jul 15

6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

O’NEIL

$99

Social Media and Mobile Apps

Have you heard the term “There’s an app for that”? Well it is true. Apps have exploded into our smart phone world in the past few years. We will talk about the major ones including Instagram, Pinterest and Foursquare. All three have extreme potential in providing valuable content to your customers. Whether it is snapping behind-the-scenes photos with Instagram, pinning your blog posts on Pinterest or creating Foursquare promotions to draw people into your brick-and-mortar location – there is something for everyone. COURSE CODE

CSP020 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64379

Jul 22

6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

O’NEIL

$99

Social Media Marketing: Tying It All Together

We will talk about social media theory, how to strategize your accounts and make them work together. Essentially a capstone class but anyone can sign up for this course. COURSE CODE

CSP206 XCN

18

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

63973

Jul 29

6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

O’NEIL

$99

978-236-1200


Trades

Building Codes

Unrestricted Construction Supervisor License Renewal

REGISTER NOW!

SECURE YOUR

SPOT!

Massachusetts Unrestricted Construction Supervisors are required to obtain 12 hours of continuing education for each renewal. The following course is state approved, and satisfies all of your required and elective hours. Topics Include: Code Review, Workplace Safety, Business Practices/Workers’ Compensation, Energy and Lead Safe Practices. Must bring ICC Code book and Massachusetts amendments to first class. To purchase, visit www.iccsafe.org. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA261 ACN

64387

Jul 09

5:00PM-8:15PM

Wed

4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

VANDEWALLE

$199

Computers SIGN UP Computer Training

DON’T MISS

OUT!

EARLY!

Introduction to the Computer

An ideal beginner’s class. Start with computer hardware basics to exploring Windows and Office 2010 (covering Word). Learn through hands-on sessions how to open, close, size and switch between windows; create, edit, format, save and print a document. Build the necessary foundation for further study in computers. Knowledge of the keyboard is necessary. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP240 ACN CSP240 CCN

63978 62043

Jun 02 Aug 04

9:00AM-11:30AM 6:00PM-8:30PM

Mon thru Thu Mon

1 WEEK 4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR

IOCCO MCNEIL

$259 $259

Keyboarding on the Computer

Do you need to learn the keyboard to use computers more effectively? If you have little or no keyboarding experience, you will gain speeds from 25+ words per minute. With previous training, you can increase speed and advance to higher topics. COURSE CODE

CSP100 ALN CSP100 ACN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

60780 64192

May 20 Jul 28

6:30PM-8:30PM 6:30PM-8:30PM

Tue/Thu Mon/Wed

5 WEEKS 5 WEEKS

LYNN DANVERS

HANSON HANSON

$169 $169

Access 2010: Level 1

Access is the Microsoft Office Database Management System (DBMS). Discuss and utilize database management concepts as we create a database file along with the four major Access objects: tables to store, sort, and filter data; forms for data entry and display; queries to request specified fields and records from a table; and reports for formal printed output from a table or query. Textbook required, available at the Danvers campus bookstore. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP255 ACN

63556

Jul 24

6:00PM-9:00PM

Thu

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

PARTLAN

$259

Excel 2010: Level 1

Increase your productivity with this introduction to the popular spreadsheet program. Create budget and expense reports by entering and copying formulas and functions. Format spreadsheets with different fonts, styles, shading, and color. Create and print colorful bar, line, and pie graphs. Use the database functions to sort and print records. Textbook required, available at the Danvers and Lynn campus bookstore. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CSP115 ALN CSP115 BCN CSP115 CCN CSP115 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

60935 60406 62032 64552

May 22 Jun 03 Jun 11 Jul 31

6:00PM-9:00PM 6:00PM-9:00PM 12:00PM-3:00PM 9:00AM-12:00PM

Thu Tue Wed Thu

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

LYNN CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR

OSBAHR M PETROCCIA LAUZON MCNEIL

$259 $259 $259 $259

Excel 2010: Level 2

This course is appropriate for those people who have completed Level 1 course in Excel or have a solid working knowledge of the program. Topics include tables, templates, linking sheets and workbooks, range names, database filter and sorts, subtotals and outlines, pivot tables, and macros. Textbook required, available at the Danvers campus bookstore. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CSP108 ACN CSP108 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64194 64193

Jul 15 Jul 30

6:00PM-9:00PM 12:00PM-3:00PM

Tue Wed

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR

M PETROCCIA LAUZON

$259 $259

Mac Computers – Introduction

Designed for those who want to learn to use a Macintosh computer. Learn basic skills that will provide a solid foundation for using the Apple Operating System for everyday use. Topics include the desktop, finder and menus, files and folders, setting user preferences, customizing the doc, the dashboard widgets such as the dictionary, calculator and clock, MAC applications, and file sharing. In addition, learn how to connect the MAC to devices such as printers, digital cameras and iPods. Knowledge of the keyboard is necessary. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CSP110 ALN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64190

May 21

9:00AM-11:30AM

Wed

5 WEEKS

LYNN

OSBAHR

$229

Microsoft Project 2010

Learn the basic skills to plan and manage projects effectively with Microsoft Project 2010. Create a project plan containing tasks, organize these tasks in a work breakdown structure containing task relationships, create and assign resources, and finalize the project to implement the project plan. Learn the best strategies for navigating the application using the new Ribbon in Microsoft Project 2010. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CSP160 ACN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

62777

Jun 07

9:00AM-3:00PM

Sat

1 WEEK

CUMMINGS CTR

QURESHI

$179

Summer 2014 Courses

www.northshore.edu

19


COMPUTERS

Outlook 2010: Level 1

This course is more than a “how to” course. Sending and responding to emails is the easy part. Discuss the importance of using email responsibly and effectively as well as managing your calendar, contact information and utilizing the Tasks and Notes features. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CSP475 XCN CSP475 YCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

61581 61582

May 22 Jul 22

9:00AM-11:30AM 1:00PM-3:30PM

Thu Tue

4 WEEKS 4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR

PARTLAN PARTLAN

$199 $199

PowerPoint 2010: Level 1

Welcome to the world of presentation graphics. Create professional looking overheads, slides, signs and on-screen presentations. Explore creating, viewing, editing and formatting through the use of fonts, color, clip art and drawing tools. Review bar graphs, pie graphs and organization charts. Must have some experience with Windows and the keyboard. Textbook required, available at the Danvers campus bookstore. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CSP177 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

63550

Jul 21

9:00AM-12:00PM

Mon

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

MCNEIL

$259

SketchUp Level 1

Level 1 is designed to teach students the fundamentals of both 2D and 3D computer aided drawing. Emphasis will be placed on fully understanding the SketchUp interface and inference system. Lectures, tutorials, and in class assignments will guide students through the use of SketchUps drawing, construction, and modification tools. By the end of the course students will have a 3D model constructed of groups and layers which will be ready for further development in the Level 2 SketchUp Course. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CSP511 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

63819

Jun 03

6:00PM-8:00PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

MORAN

$249

Word 2010: Level 1

If you have some typing skills, are familiar with the keyboard and Windows, and have used some version of Word on a limited basis, this is the course for you. Create, format, and print all types of documents with MS Word 2010, the popular word processing program. Discuss file management, text management, formatting and much more. Keyboard knowledge required. Textbook required, available at the Danvers campus bookstore. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CSP116 ACN CSP116 BCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

60413 62571

May 22 Jun 11

6:00PM-9:00PM 9:00AM-12:00PM

Thu Wed

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR

MCNEIL LAUZON

$259 $259

Word 2010: Level 2

Learn how to create, sort, and modify tables, create styles and bookmarks, work with section breaks, insert graphic objects, work with advanced headers and footers, navigate with hyperlinks, create templates, format columns, create footnotes and endnotes, insert a table of figures, and create charts and diagrams. Prerequisite: A strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word. Textbook required, available at the Danvers campus bookstore. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CSP105 BCN CSP105 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64551 64394

Jul 10 Jul 30

6:00PM-9:00PM 9:00AM-12:00PM

Thu Wed

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR

MCNEIL LAUZON

$259 $259

Introduction to the Computer Workshop

Computer Workshops

Start with computer hardware basics, then explore Windows and Office 2010 (covering Word and Excel). Learn in a hands-on session how to open, close, size and switch between windows; create, edit, format, save and print a document; as well as build, revise and graph worksheets. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP246 ACH

60474

May 30

9:00AM-3:00PM

Fri

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

PARTLAN

$119

Access 2010 In a Day: Level 1

Store, retrieve, sort, organize, and print information as you automate your daily tasks with this database program. Create and format database tables, forms, reports, and queries. Index, sort and manipulate data to create useful reports. Review linking of tables and macros if time permits. You must have some experience with Windows. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP203 ACH

64207

Aug 01

9:00AM-3:00PM

Fri

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

PARTLAN

$119

Excel 2010 In a Day: Level 1

Create multiple spreadsheets and enter formulas and basic functions. Learn how to ‘absolute’ a cell and use it in a formula and apply specific formats to cells. Preview and set up a spreadsheet for printing. Work with multiple charts. COURSE CODE

CSP165 BCH CSP165 CCH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64203 64199

Jul 14 Aug 22

9:00AM-3:00PM 9:00AM-3:00PM

Mon Fri

1 DAY 1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR

PARTLAN MCNEIL

$119 $119

Excel 2010 In a Day: Level 2

Convert a spreadsheet to a table/database and filter, advance filter, sort, and subtotal data; manipulate and group worksheets, link and consolidate Excel data, password protect workbooks, create and use named ranges in a formula, and more with functions. Prerequisite: Completion of Excel Workshop: Part 1 or have some working knowledge of the program. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP200 ACH

64200

Jul 21

9:00AM-3:00PM

Mon

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

PARTLAN

$119

20

978-236-1200


COMPUTERS

Excel: Just Formulas and Functions

Gain hands-on experience with Microsoft Excel formulas and functions used to annualize data encountered in common business scenarios. We will import data and employ calculation, conditional and Lookup functions to extract useful information. Functions covered will include Average, If, VLookup, Count, CountIf and SumIf. We will discuss function arguments including relative and absolute references to cells and ranges. We will also discuss keyboard and mouse shortcuts for commonly used actions, as well as answer questions from participants. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP032 BCN

64589

Jul 11

9:00AM-12:00PM

Fri

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

PARTLAN

$99

Excel: Just Pivot Tables

Focus just on analysis and consolidation of data using an Excel PivotTable report. Learn to transform loosely organized lists of data into concise useful interactive summary reports that make it easy to visualize, use, and present your information in various configurations. Visual reports in the form of Pivot Charts will also be included. The Software utilized in this seminar is Microsoft Excel 2010, but the techniques covered will apply to Excel 2007 and 2013 and work similarly in earlier Excel versions. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP033 BCN

64590

Jul 25

9:00AM-12:00PM

Fri

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

PARTLAN

$99

File Management Proficiency

Create, delete, restore, rename, and copy files and folders. Organize and keep track of your files and folders more efficiently using ‘My Computer’ and the file manager ‘Explorer’. Become proficient in using a memory stick to store files and folders and transfer to another computer. Use a network drive and hierarchy to locate files and folders. Create shortcuts and perform searches. Memory stick required. Prerequisite: Completion of Introduction to the Computer or equivalent computer experience. COURSE CODE

CSP291 XCH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64329

Jun 06

9:00AM-3:00PM

Fri

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

MCNEIL

$119

iPad U – Getting Started

Get started on how to take full advantage of your iPad (iOS7). Learn through hands-on demonstrations how to customize your device including typing and using finger gestures, syncing your content, setting up email and much more. Navigate through Apple’s App Store and practice finding and installing various Apps on your iPad. Bring your own iPad to class COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP030 BCN

64580

May 28

6:30PM-9:30PM

Wed

2 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

KARACHI

$119

iPad U – Beyond the Basics

This hands-on session will expand your iPad knowledge beyond basic functionality. Dive deeper to get the most out of your iPad and enhance your productivity for both business and personal use. Bring your own iPad to class. COURSE CODE

CSP031 BCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64581

Jun 11

6:30PM-9:30PM

Wed

2 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

KARACHI

$119

PowerPoint 2010 In a Day

Welcome to the world of presentation graphics. Create professional looking overheads, slides, signs and on-screen presentations. Explore creating, viewing, editing and formatting through the use of fonts, color, clip art, and drawing tools. Review bar graphs, pie graphs and organization charts. Must have some experience with Windows and the keyboard. COURSE CODE

CSP201 ACH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64204

Aug 15

9:00AM-3:00PM

Fri

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

MCNEIL

$119

Word 2010 In a Day: Level 1

Cover text editing, file management, formatting, tables and columns, and more. Keyboard and Windows experience required. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP202 ACH CSP202 BCH

64209 64208

Jun 06 Aug 18

9:00AM-3:00PM 9:00AM-3:00PM

Fri Mon

1 DAY 1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR

PARTLAN PARTLAN

$119 $119

Word 2010 In a Day: Level 2

This course covers tables, setting tabs, templates, cover pages, page layout, headers and footers, envelopes and labels and mail merge. Previous knowledge of Microsoft Word required. COURSE CODE

CSP208 XCH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64218

Jun 13

9:00AM-3:00PM

Fri

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

PARTLAN

$119

Adobe Creative Suite 6

Graphic Design

Learn to use Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign in conjunction with each other to create graphics for print and web media. Discover the differences and similarities between these three programs, and how to choose the appropriate application for the job. This project-based class will take you through the various steps necessary to create and implement graphics across several types of media, to produce clean, eye-catching pieces that deliver! Prerequisite: Completion of Level 1 Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP022 ACN

64553

Jun 05

6:00PM-9:00PM

Thu

7 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

BUGDEN

$479

Adobe Illustrator: Level 1

Geared to both artists and non-artists who wish to create a variety of high quality graphics. Cover the program’s terms, menus, tools, palettes, objects, and type. Explore keyboard shortcuts and the pen tool, Illustrator’s most powerful tool. Learn to manipulate type to create artwork, manage color, make gradients, and create new illustrations. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP265 ACN

63557

May 27

6:00PM-8:30PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

BUGDEN

$259

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Registration Information Four Ways to Register for Courses: Online. If you have taken any course at NSCC within the last six years, you can easily register online. Step 1: Check the Online Schedule of Classes • From the NSCC home page (www.northshore.edu), search for the noncredit classes you want to take. • Write down the 5-digit CRN (course reference number) and the cost of each class. • If using the Noncredit Mailer, check online for any class updates such as date or time changes, cancellations, or new courses added. Step 2: Activate Your Campus Pipeline Account • If you have already activated your pipeline account, you can go to Step 3. • Go to www.northshore.edu and click on the Campus Pipeline link. • Click on Setup Your Account. You will be asked to verify your name, SSN, and date of birth. You will be given a username and assign yourself a password. Write this down in a safe place. • Once you have activated your account, go to Step 3.

Step 3: Log Into Campus Pipeline • Go to the Campus Pipeline login screen and login using your Username and Password created in Step 2. • Click on the School Services tab. • Click on Student Services, Registration, & Financial Aid. • Click on Registration, then on Add/Drop Classes. • Use the dropdown list to select the term you want, and click on Submit. • Scroll to the bottom of the next screen to “Add Classes Worksheet”. • Enter the CRNs for the classes you want, and click on Submit Changes. • Scroll down to “Current Schedule” to make sure the classes you registered for are listed with status of “Web Registered”. • If a class is full, the Status will say “Closed”. • When finished registering for all desired classes, scroll to the bottom of the screen and click on Complete Your Registration to view your Registration Fee Assessment, which will list the total amount you owe. • Scroll to the bottom and click on Credit Card Payment, and enter your credit card information and the amount of the payment. • Once you submit your payment, you will be able to print out your schedule.

You are now registered for the selected courses. You will not receive a confirmation in the mail; please print out your schedule once you complete your registration. If you are unable to register online, view the Pipeline FAQs on the login page.

Mail* your completed registration form along with your payment to: North Shore Community College, Enrollment & Records Office, 1 Ferncroft Road, P.O. Box 3340, Danvers, MA 01923-0840

Fax* your completed registration form with your Visa, MasterCard, or Discover Card number to: 978-762-4015. Walk in to the Lynn or Danvers Enrollment Center.

Completing the Registration Form: • Fill in all your personal information in the form at right, including your name, address, phone numbers and social security number. • Copy the 5 digit CRN (course reference number), course code(s), title(s), and course cost from this booklet as shown in the example below. Select a Program of Study on page 2 from this booklet as well and fill in the box. • Sign and date the form. • Include a check or money order for total amount payable to NSCC. Noncredit courses are priced individually. See the course description for cost. • If you would like to use MasterCard/VISA/Discover, fill in all credit card information requested. (Required for fax-in registration)

IMPORTANT Please enter BOTH the CRN and course code numbers on the registration form. This will ensure that you are registered for the course of your choice. Sample Form CRN

Course Code

Sec

6 0 7 6 2 CSP236 XCG Program of Study (see list on page 2 of catalog):

Course Title

Access 2000 Workshop Comp TIA Network+

Day

Time

Noncredit Course Cost

S

9 AM

$99.00 $99.00 Noncredit Total

* There is no deadline for Mail-in/Fax-in registrations. However, decisions to cancel courses because of under-enrollment will be made approximately one week prior to the start of classes. Register early to assure the best selection of classes.


Mail-in /Fax-in Registration Form – Noncredit Only BE SURE TO REGISTER EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION OF CLASSES!

Please complete all questions on this registration form.

Students with Disabilities who anticipate the need for accommodations are encouraged to visit www.northshore.edu/disability_services and follow the outlined procedure to request services at least four weeks before the start of classes. Disability Services provides academic accommodations and services for students with disabilities so that these individuals have equal access to programs and activities. For more information about Disability Services please visit our website or call: Danvers Campus: 978-762-4000, ext. 4501 or ext. 4373; Lynn Campus: 781-593-6722, ext. 2134 or ext. 6226.

Last Name:

Semester/Year:

Fall:

First Name:

Date of Birth: (Required)

Month:

REGISTRATION FORM

Middle Initial:

20

Winter:

20

Summer:

Day:

20

Year:

High School Name:

Street:

High School Graduation Year:

City: State:

GED:

Yes

No

Please fill the appropriate circle for demographic purposes: 1- Gender: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M

Zip Code: Home Phone:

(

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Bus. Phone:

(

)

F

2- US Citizenship: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Yes

No

If no, are you a Resident Alien (Green Card?) . . . . . . . . .

Yes

No

E-mail Address:

3- Permission to be listed in a public student directory: . . .

Yes

No

Student ID #:

4- Is English your primary Language: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Yes

No

5- Attended another college: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Yes

No

ext.

(if known)

Social Security #:

6- Race: .

(optional, but needed for Tax Credit or Financial Aid)

CRN

Course Code

Sec

White

Course Title

Black

Hispanic

Day

Asian

Time

Nat. Amer.

Other

Noncredit Course Cost

$

Program of Study (see list on page 2 of catalog):

Noncredit Total

Student Signature _________________________________________________

Date ___________________________________________________________

Please Note: We cannot accept cash payments. Personal checks, bank money orders and MasterCard/Discover/Visa are acceptable. For Mail-in and Fax-in, use MasterCard, Visa or Discover. Please complete the following: Account No.: _____________________________________________________

Expiration Date (mo)_________ /(yr) __________

Cardholder’s Signature _____________________________________________

Print Cardholder Name ____________________________________________

Parent/Guardian Info for Students under age 18 Last Name:

Address:

First Name:

City:

Home Phone:

(

)

State:

Cell Phone:

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)

Email Address:

Zip:

Mail completed registration form along with your payment to: North Shore Community College, Enrollment & Records Office, 1 Ferncroft Road, P.O. Box 3340, Danvers, MA 01923-08402 Or, fax (with your Visa, MasterCard, or Discover Card number) to: 978-762-4015


COMPUTERS

Adobe Illustrator: Level 2

Explore drawing and production strategies. Learn how to use the blend and gradient mesh tools, create original patterns, brushes, cross hatching effects, and save action sets. Emphasis will be on keyboard shortcuts for production speed and on the pen tool. Students must have knowledge of Illustrator or have completed the Level 1 course. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CSP421 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

63982

Jul 09

6:00PM-8:30PM

Wed

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

BUGDEN

$259

Adobe InDesign: Level 1

Learn the page-layout software most widely used in the graphic design and publishing industry. Learn the basic commands and features of InDesign to create various documents and the basic typographic design and page layout principles. These skills will enable you to quickly and effectively produce attractive documents. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CSP497 YCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

63564

Jul 23

6:00PM-9:00PM

Wed

5 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

HILDEBRAND

$259

Adobe Photoshop: Level 1

An introductory course designed to familiarize you with the software that has become the industry standard in digital imaging. Learn both basic and more advanced techniques, including computer imaging, scanning, memory management, and imaging basics for the World Wide Web. Prerequisite: working knowledge of the PC or Macintosh. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP270 ACN

60430

Jul 07

9:00AM-1:00PM

Mon

4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

HILDEBRAND

$259

Adobe Photoshop: Level 2

Explore the full power of Photoshop as a graphic design production tool. This course is a continuation of Photoshop: Level 1. Students must have knowledge of Photoshop or have completed the Level 1 course. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CSP422 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

62892

Aug 04

9:00AM-1:00PM

Mon

4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

HILDEBRAND

$259

Principles of Visual Design I

Focus on the basics of visual communication including elements of design, typography, developing concepts and visual problem solving. Participate in class projects, assignments and valuable critiques. Textbook required, available at the Danvers campus bookstore. COURSE CODE

CSA371 ACN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

62435

Jun 02

9:00AM-11:00AM

Mon

8 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

MORAN

$249

Web Design

Web Design Certificate

Earn your Web Design Certificate by taking this one class! Learn to create web pages for publishing on the World Wide Web. This course will provide students with the core skills to design, plan and develop websites. Topics include HTML tags, formatting with CSS, applications of JavaScript, and the use of advance tools such as Dreamweaver for site creation. This is a hands-on course using Windows. Students must have word processing skills, knowledge of Windows, and knowledge of the Internet. Flash drive required. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP028 ACN

64541

Jul 11

9:00AM-3:00PM

Fri

8 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

BEAULIEU

$999

Wordpress

Wordpress has grown to become one of the world’s most popular content management systems (CMS) and blogging tools. Creating a simple blog or website no longer requires any knowledge of HTML, PHP, JavaScript, or other programming languages. Using Wordpress allows non-technical users to create and manage a basic blog or website. Learn how to get your blog or website started. Learn the basics of Wordpress; how to install and configure the software; how to use themes, plugins, and widgets; and how to manage and update your website or blog. You will finish this course having designed and developed your first blog or website. COURSE CODE

CSP021 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64364

Jul 14

6:00PM-9:00PM

Mon

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

BEAULIEU

$99

High Tech Computer Training

REGISTER EARLY!

SolidWorks

DON’T

SolidWorks

WAIT

Use 3D parametric mechanical design software to learn how to model parts, assemblies and produce drawings. SolidWorks allows you to apply your drafting and design knowledge to a curriculum-based project that integrates real world applications. Create mechanical parts and assemble the parts to produce a working drawing of a model. Strong computer skills and knowledge of windows required. COURSE CODE

CSP175 ACN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

63185

Jun 02

6:00PM-9:00PM

Mon

7 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

BREEZE

$479

CompTIA A+ Certification

CompTIA Certifications

SECURE YOUR information technology (IT) professional or personal computer (PC) service technician, REGISTER If you are getting ready for a career as an entry-level the CompTIA A+ Certification course is the first step in your preparation. Build on your existing user-level knowledge and experience with SPOT! NOW! personal computer software and hardware to present fundamental skills and concepts that you will use on the job. Acquire the essential skills and 24

978-236-1200


HIGH TECH

information you will need to install, upgrade, repair, configure, troubleshoot, optimize, and perform preventative maintenance of basic personal computer hardware and operating systems. Voucher Included. Textbook required. To order, call 800-478-7788, option 1. Use NSCC ID #204256, book #093001SPEKT. When ordering the book, request getting the access key to online content. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP363 ACN

60465

Jun 03

6:00PM-10:00PM

Tue/Thu

7 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

RAIMO

$1,799

New! CompTIA Cloud Essentials The CompTIA Cloud Essentials certification course will target candidates in IT and non-IT job roles that could benefit from cloud education and testing on the high level business and technical concepts that make up the cloud computing landscape. The certification can also credential the cloud brokers, those who sell cloud services or whose strategic business plans include cloud technologies for their organization. The CompTIA Cloud Essentials certification demonstrates that an individual knows what cloud computing means from a business and technical perspective, as well as what is involved in moving to and governing the cloud. Voucher included. Textbook required. To order, call 800-478-7788, option 1. Use NSCC ID #204256, Book #085195SPK. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSP029 ACN

64537

Jul 07

6:00PM-9:00PM

Mon

8 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

SIMPSON

DON’T

CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician Certification

REGISTER

$999

WAIT

EARLY!

The recent explosion of the use of various IT systems in the healthcare arena have provided for a tremendous opportunity for IT professionals. The deployment and utilization of electronic record keeping systems for use in healthcare presents both an opportunity and a challenge to all involved. Course topics include computer and networking technologies, as well as concepts, structure, issues, and technical solutions specific to the healthcare industry. Upon completion of this course, be prepared to sit for the CompTIA Healthcare IT certification exam. Typical student for this course is an experienced IT professional in a role such as desktop support technician, network administrator, systems administrator, or database administrator, currently in or looking for opportunities within the healthcare industry. Prerequisite: CompTIA A+ or equivalent experience. Voucher included. Textbook required. To order call: 800-478-7788, Option 1. Use NSCC ID #204256, Book #085710S3PB. COURSE CODE

CSP010 XCN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64385

Jun 25

6:00PM-9:30PM

Wed

8 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

RAIMO

$999

CompTIA Security+

REGISTER NOW!

SECURE YOUR

SPOT!

You need Security+ Certification if your job responsibilities include securing network services, network devices, and network traffic. Take it to prepare for the CompTIA Security+ examination (exam number SYO-301). Build on your knowledge and professional experience with computer hardware, operating systems, and network as you acquire the specific skills required to implement basic security services on any type of computer network. Voucher Included. Textbook required. To order, call 800-478-7788, option 1. Use NSCC ID #204256, book #093021SPE. When ordering the book, request getting the access key to online content. COURSE CODE

CSP471 ACN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64391

May 28

5:30PM-9:30PM

Wed

8 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

SIMPSON

$1,299

Languages

SIGN UP

DON’T MISS

OUT!

EARLY!

Basic English as a Second Language Is English not your first language? Start learning English with non-credit courses in Basic ESL.

ESL Information Sessions. Attend the information session at the Lynn campus. Advisors will discuss the schedule of classes, types, levels, costs and financial aid possibilities for credit classes. You will be given an appointment for the assessment test.* For more information call the ESL hotline: 781-477-2188. Pruebas Del Gravamen. Todos los estudiantes necesitan tomar una prueba del gravamen antes de colocar para las clases. Para concertar una cita, venida al centro de prueba, centro para los estudios del alternativa (CAS), sitio LE-232 en el campus de Lynn. Por favor llamada 781-477-2188 para más información. Essais d’Évaluation. Tous les étudiants doivent prendre un essai d’évaluation avant l’inscription aux classes. Pour prendre un rendez-vous, venu au centre de test, centre pour les études d’alternative (CAS), salle LE-232 sur le campus de Lynn. S’il vous plaît appel 781-477-2188 pour plus d’information. Testes Da Avaliação. Todos os estudantes necessitam fazer exame de um teste da avaliação antes de registar para classes. Para fazer uma nomeação, vinda ao centro testando, centro para os estudos da alternativa (CAS), quarto LE-232 no campus de Lynn. Por favor atendimento 781-477-2188 para mais informação. * Before you can sign up for classes, you must take an assessment test to measure your speaking, reading, writing, and listening ability. These results will determine the right class to take.

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LANGUAGES

Basic English as a Second Language I

Introduction to English for true beginners whose first language is not English. The course includes extensive vocabulary development, simple reading and writing tasks, basic grammatical concepts, speaking, listening and student interaction. Textbook required, available at the Lynn campus bookstore. Prerequisite: Placement test administered at the Lynn campus (see box for more information). COURSE CODE

CSB234 ALH CSB234 XLH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

61486 62179

May 19 Jul 14

6:00PM-9:00PM 6:00PM-9:00PM

Mon/Wed Mon/Wed

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

LYNN LYNN

DESHAIES DESHAIES

$199 $199

Basic English as a Second Language II

Vocabulary development is stressed, integrated with grammar topics such as plural formation, question words, and basic parts of speech. Students write short paragraphs, develop basic strategies for listening comprehension, and improve oral skills. Textbook required, available at the Lynn campus bookstore. Prerequisite: Basic ESL I, or placement in ESL II according to the test administered at the Lynn Campus (see box for more information). COURSE CODE

CSB235 ALH CSB235 XLH

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DAY(S)

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FEE

61501 62178

May 20 Jul 15

6:00PM-9:00PM 6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue/Thu Tue/Thu

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

LYNN LYNN

MCCUNE-BARCA MCCUNE-BARCA

$199 $199

Basic English as a Second Language III

Students are introduced to more complex grammar structures. They practice writing short paragraphs and increase their vocabulary by reading a variety of texts. Speaking skills will be emphasized throughout the course. Textbook required, available at the Lynn campus bookstore. Prerequisite: ESL II or placement in ESL III according to the test administered at the Lynn campus (see box for more information). COURSE CODE

CSB236 ALH CSB236 XLH

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DAY(S)

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61502 62177

May 19 Jul 15

6:00PM-9:00PM 6:00PM-9:00PM

Mon/Wed Tue/Thu

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

LYNN LYNN

ALEXANDER STAFF

$199 $199

Basic English as a Second Language IV

A high-beginning course that focuses on improving reading skills and building vocabulary. Students plan and write short paragraphs and continue to work on speaking and listening skills. Textbooks required, available at the Lynn campus bookstore. Prerequisite: ESL III or placement in ESL IV according to the test administered at the Lynn campus (see box for more information). COURSE CODE

CSB237 ALH CSB237 XLH

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DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

61503 62181

May 19 Jul 14

6:00PM-9:00PM 6:00PM-9:00PM

Mon/Wed Mon/Wed

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

LYNN LYNN

WHEELER RODRIGUEZ

$199 $199

English Pronunciation and Oral Practice

For non-native speakers of English who want to improve their pronunciation of English sounds so that they can be more easily understood by native English speakers. You will meet individually with the instructor to help identify the sounds that are difficult. Pronunciation practice will include oral dialogues, poem recitation, and short presentations. Learn to understand the phonetic pronunciation symbols in dictionaries. Prerequisite: an intermediate level of English or above. Textbook required, available at the Lynn campus bookstore. COURSE CODE

CSB245 ALH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

62388

May 19

6:00PM-9:00PM

Mon/Wed

6 WEEKS

LYNN

AZENI

$199

Integrated Skills for Low-Intermediate ESL Students

Recommended for students intending to take credit ESL classes next semester. Concentrate on reinforcing and developing individual reading, writing, and oral skills in preparation for Intermediate ESL classes. Some sessions will take place in the ESL Multimedia Lab where you will use a variety of audio and video material. Textbook required, available at the Lynn campus bookstore. Prerequisite: ESL IV or placement in Integrated Skills according to test administered at the Lynn campus (see box for more information). COURSE CODE

CSB205 ALH CSB205 XLH

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STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

62379 63154

May 20 Jul 15

6:00PM-9:00PM 6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue/Thu Tue/Thu

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

LYNN LYNN

RODRIGUEZ RODRIGUEZ

$199 $199

Integrated Skills for High-Intermediate ESL Students

The course will focus on developing writing, reading, grammar and listening and speaking skills in preparation for more advanced ESL credit courses and to improve English skills for work. Some of the classes will be held in the ESL Multimedia lab using a variety of audio and video material, as well as online resources and exercises. Textbook required available at the Lynn campus bookstore. Prerequisite: Intermediate Integrated Skills for LowIntermediate ESL students or placement test administered at the Lynn Campus (see box for more information). COURSE CODE

CSB261 ALH CSB261 XLH

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STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64274 64232

May 20 Jul 15

6:00PM-9:00PM 6:00PM-9:00PM

Mon/Wed Tue/Thu

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

LYNN LYNN

SCHNECK SCHNECK

$199 $199

Integrated Skills High Advanced

Intended for advanced speakers of English as a Second Language looking to build further on their reading, writing, grammar, listening, and speaking skills. The class will focus on advanced vocabulary, essay writing, and grammar. Textbook required, available at the Lynn campus bookstore. Prerequisite: Advanced Integrated Skills or placement according to test administrated at Lynn campus (see box for more information). COURSE CODE

CSB254 ALH

26

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

63285

May 20

6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue/Thu

6 WEEKS

LYNN

CONNOLLY

$199

978-236-1200


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Integrated Skills for Advanced ESL Students

Intended for High-Intermediate and Advanced speakers of English as a Second Language who would like to improve their reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. Emphasis will be placed on building vocabulary, and increasing fluency and accuracy in all areas. Textbook required available at the Lynn campus bookstore. Prerequisite: Integrated Skills for High/Intermediate ESL or placement in Integrated Skills Advanced according to test administrated at Lynn campus (see box for more information). COURSE CODE

CSB229 ALH CSB229 XLH

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DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

62380 62382

May 19 Jul 14

6:00PM-9:00PM 6:00PM-9:00PM

Mon/Wed Mon/Wed

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

LYNN LYNN

CAKOUNES AZENI

$199 $199

ESL – Introduction to Academic Writing

Recommended to help low intermediate ESL and Basic IV students learn how to write correct academic English at the low intermediate level for preparation in taking academic, credit ESL classes at the intermediate 1 level, and to generally improve their writing skills. The focus will be on creating grammatically correct sentences, organizing ideas, learning the academic writing process, and revising and self-editing drafts. Learn to open a document in MS Word and attach a file to an e-mail message. Textbook required, available at the Lynn campus bookstore. Prerequisite: Completion of CSB 237, Basic ESL IV, or placement in Intermediate 1 level skill classes except for writing. New students must take the ESL assessment test on the Lynn Campus (see box for more information). COURSE CODE

CSB262 ALH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64269

May 20

6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue/Thu

6 WEEKS

LYNN

STAFF

$199

Foreign Languages New! American Sign Language I This course is designed to introduce American Sign Language (ASL) as a visual-gestural language as well as a primary method of communication by Deaf people. The primary focus of Beginning ASL I is to introduce the language of sign; the manual alphabet (fingerspelling); and the basic vocabulary, grammar, and syntax. It also provides an opportunity to explore Deaf community and history with articles. COURSE CODE

CSB111 ADH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64579

May 28

7:00PM-8:30PM

Wed

10 WEEKS

DANVERS

PARK

$209

Arabic for Beginners

Learn the Arabic language with emphasis on communicative skills as well as speaking, reading, and writing. Designed for beginners with step-bystep instructions to understanding and learning the Arabic language as well as exploring the Arabic culture and traditions. Textbook required through Amazon.com: Read and Speak Arabic for Beginners with Audio CD, 2nd Edition, Jane Wightwick and Mahmound Gaafar and Write it in Arabic by Naglaa Ghali. COURSE CODE

CSB109 BLH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64502

Jul 08

6:00PM-8:00PM

Tue

8 WEEKS

LYNN

ABDULLAH

$209

Italian I

Learn how to understand and carry on simple conversations in Italian. Explore cultural aspects along with various dialects spoken throughout Italy. COURSE CODE

CSB217 ADH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

61278

May 29

6:00PM-8:30PM

Thu

6 WEEKS

DANVERS

TARBOX

$209

Italian II

Expand upon your proficiency in listening, speaking, and writing skills in Italian, with an emphasis on increased conversation. Discuss cultural aspects of Italy. COURSE CODE

CSB221 XDH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

60867

Jul 17

6:00PM-8:15PM

Thu

7 WEEKS

DANVERS

TARBOX

$209

Portuguese I

Explore the fundamentals of the language in an interactive classroom environment along with an introduction to the Brazilian culture. Learn everyday vocabulary as well as useful phrases to carry on a conversation. COURSE CODE

CSB220 ALH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

63213

Jun 03

6:30PM-8:30PM

Tue

8 WEEKS

LYNN

ROSS

$209

Spanish 1

An informal approach to learning the Spanish language through interactive “in-class” communication, exchanging greetings, engaging in simple conversations and learning useful everyday vocabulary. You’ll enjoy conversing in class, at home, at work, or on vacation using your newly learned Spanish skills. COURSE CODE

CSB218 ADH CSB218 ALH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

61210 61208

May 21 May 21

6:30PM-8:45PM 6:30PM-8:45PM

Wed Wed

7 WEEKS 7 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR LYNN

STARK ZAMORANO

$209 $209

Spanish II

A continuation of Spanish I using supplemental materials that will take the learner from the present tense to begin exploring the past and then future tenses and more situational vocabulary. Cultural aspects are explored along with various dialects spoken in Spain and Latin America. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSB223 XDH CSB223 YLH

63173 64398

Jul 16 Jul 16

6:30PM-8:45PM 6:30PM-8:45PM

Wed Wed

7 WEEKS 7 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR LYNN

STARK ZAMORANO

$209 $209

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Calligraphy I

Develop the skill of beautiful lettering known as calligraphy. Learn the well-known style of Chancery script. Upon completion, you will be able to hand-letter poems, invitations, greeting cards and special projects. For optimum results, outside practice is essential. A materials kit is available for $20 payable to instructor at the first class.

COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

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DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM745 ACH

60708

May 27

10:00AM-12:00PM

Tue

5 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

KENDALL

$129

Cartooning: An Introduction

Create your own cartoon characters and explore the various illustration styles, tricks, and techniques used by professionals. Learn about facial expression, figure drawing, composition, perspective, and digital techniques. Bring to the first class: pencils, eraser, ruler, and a 9"x12" (or larger) drawing pad. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM203 ACH

63590

Jul 12

9:30AM-12:00PM

Sat

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

CORBETT

$189

New! Crochet I: The Chain Gang

Crochet is making a comeback! Whether you like afghans or amigurumi, this course will teach you the basics of crochet. Learn to chain, single crochet and double crochet while you make simple projects to treasure such as a scarf, baby blanket or smartphone covers COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM559 ADH

64511

Jun 02

6:30PM-8:30PM

Mon

6 WEEKS

DANVERS

WINGATE

$129

New! Crochet II: Not Your Granny’s Square

Move beyond the basics and into more complex crochet patterns. Learn how to read patterns and yarn bands, choose the right yarn and hooks for your projects and adjust for gauge. A more advanced project will be completed during this session such as a blanket, doll or chic shoulder bag. Open to students who have completed Crochet 1 or have comparable experience. COURSE CODE

CRN

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MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM563 ADH

64513

Jul 21

6:30PM-8:30PM

Mon

6 WEEKS

DANVERS

WINGATE

$129

New! Felting I: Fleece To Fabric

Dive into the exciting world of felting and learn to make your own custom wool artwork! Learn how felt is made, what home decor and wearables it can be used for and how to manipulate raw wool into something fabulous! You will be making simple projects such as table coverings, wall hangings and toys. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM564 ADH

64512

May 28

6:30PM-8:30PM

Wed

6 WEEKS

DANVERS

WINGATE

$129

New! Felting II: The Felt Resistance

Learn to use resists to create more complex, 3 dimensional felt projects. Pockets, vessels and many wearables, such as hats, are made using resists that prevent wool layers from felting together. We will complete projects such as pillow covers, bags and even hats! This course is open to students who have taken Felting I or have comparable experience. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM565 ADH

64510

Jul 23

6:30PM-8:30PM

Wed

6 WEEKS

DANVERS

WINGATE

$129

Knitting – Part 1

Never knitted before? Returning to knitting after an absence? Learn knitting practices and the basics while knitting a square. Begin a simple scarf using knit and purl stitches in a combination of garter stitch and stockinet stitch patterns. Please call 978-236-1200 for a supply list. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM427 ADH

63832

May 27

6:30PM-8:30PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

DANVERS

WINGATE

$129

Knitting – Part II

Have you just learned to knit and want to know more? Take the next step and learn how to do more basics. Find out how to measure gauge, knit on circulars and double pointed needles. Additionally, you will become familiar with reading knitting patterns, as well as how to read the yarn ball band. This class is open to any student who has taken Knitting: Part I or has equivalent experience and wishes to learn the skills covered in this class. A simple project such as knitting a hat in the round will be worked on during the class. Please call 978-236-1200 for a supply list. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM473 ACH

64571

Jul 22

6:30PM-8:30PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

DANVERS

WINGATE

$129

Sewing Basics

Learn or re-learn the basics of sewing and design. We’ll start at by reviewing different sewing supplies and sewing machine operation. Students will complete at least three projects using different types of patterns, including a pillow, reversible bag, and pajama pants. Please bring your sewing machine (in good working condition), owner’s manual, extension cord, thread, scissors, pins, needles, ruler, ½ yd. fabric, and fiberfill stuffing to the first class. An additional supply list will be provided in class. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM080 ACH CSM080 BCH

61992 63829

Jun 03 Aug 05

6:30PM-9:00PM 10:00AM-12:30PM

Tue Tue

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR

COLOZZI COLOZZI

$159 $159

New! Subway Art

Explore techniques for making custom subway art using decorative Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan. Learn a two color distressed base technique with proper wax application, adding a vinyl stencil created from a Silhouette machine. Other techniques using the Silhouette as well as other venues will be covered. Taught by a local stockist and certified instructor. Visit website at www.somelikeitoldornew.com/Workshops.html. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM570 AOH

64532

Aug 04

11:00AM-2:00PM

Mon

1 DAY

FIELD

STAFFIER-BIAL

$99

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New! Upholstery 101 Workshop: Bring Your Own Piece A hands on workshop to learn basic techniques in reupholstering a dining chair seat, foot stool, or small bench. You will learn the stripping process, measuring for and making the pattern, fabric placement, and the proper tools used in the process, This class is an open workshop format; instructor gives individual guidance based on student needs. All essential tools and equipment will be provided. Please call 978-236-1200 for supply list. Any questions regarding fabric requirements, please call Some Like It Old … Some Like It New … at 978-561-1462. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM569 BOH

64531

Jun 11

10:00AM-1:00PM

Wed

1 DAY

FIELD

STAFFIER-BIAL

$99

White-line Wood Block Printmaking

White-line woodcut, a uniquely American art form, has its roots among artists working in early 20th century Provincetown, Massachusetts. Like those artists, you will learn to create multiple-colored prints from a single woodblock. Drawing ability is a plus, but even if you can’t draw a straight line, you can achieve beautiful results with just a few simple tools! A $25 materials fee is payable to instructor at first class. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM493 ADH

64507

May 14

6:30PM-8:30PM

Wed

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

HANLON

$89

Drawing for Everyone

Painting & Drawing

Perfect for beginners and advanced students who would like to improve their drawing skills. Learn the fundamentals of shading, line, value, texture, negative space, and composition. Explore light and shadow while creating the illusion of three dimensions. Subjects include still life, landscapes, portraits, or reference photos. Class includes demonstrations in a variety of techniques and personal development. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM577 ACH

64568

May 22

9:30AM-11:30AM

Thu

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

STEINMAN

$199

Exploring the Versatility of Acrylics

Perfect for beginners and advanced students who would like to discover the versatility of acrylic painting. Learn how to select and use gels, mediums, and additives. Have fun exploring painting on various types of supports, brush strokes, and palette knife techniques. A $10 fee is payable to the instructor on the first day of class. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM061 ACH

64542

May 22

1:00PM-4:00PM

Thu

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

STEINMAN

$239

New! Chalk Paint 101 This hands-on FUN workshop uses Chalk Paint® decorative paint by Annie Sloan, taught by a local stockist and certified instructor. Learn three basic techniques, smooth, rustic, and two color distress techniques with proper wax application. Plus lots of tips to achieve amazing results on all of your projects. A $10 materials fee is payable to instructor at first class. For samples, visit instructor webpage at www.somelikeitoldornew.com/CHALKPAINT-TRANSFORMATIONS.html. Class located at Some Like It Old … Some Like It New … in Topsfield. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM566 AOH

64533

Jun 02

6:00PM-9:00PM

Mon

1 DAY

FIELD

STAFFIER-BIAL

$99

Beautiful Botanicals in Watercolors

Capture the beauty of floral subjects using watercolor and pencil techniques. Fine-tune your observation skills as you learn how to paint flowers and plants with attention to details. Explore light and shade, form, color mixing, and textures. A $10 still life fee is payable to the instructor on the first day of class. All abilities welcome. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM144 ACM

63215

Jun 03

6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

STEINMAN

$239

New! Bling It On with Chalk Paint Further explore the possibilities of this amazing Chalk Paint®. Learn Soft Gilded technique and specialized finishes using Artisan Enhancements products (metallic foils, pearl plaster, fine stone and stencils), and finish your samples with Scumble, which is a transparent, tintable “glaze like” medium. Leave inspired to create one of-a-kind products that are unlike any other. A $20 materials fee is payable to instructor at first class. Prerequisite: Chalk Paint® 101. For samples, visit instructor webpage at www.somelikeitoldornew.com/Workshops.html. Located at Some Like It Old … Some Like It New … in Topsfield. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM567 BOH

64534

Jun 16

6:00PM-9:00PM

Mon

1 DAY

FIELD

STAFFIER-BIAL

$99

New! Crackle It Up Welcome to the world of crackle. After painting your samples with your favorite Chalk Paint® colors, play with a two-step one-color craqueleur by Annie Sloan and Artisan Enhancements two color Crackle Tex and Easy Crackle mediums. Finish your samples with Scumble, which is a transparent, tintable “glaze like” medium. A $20 materials fee is payable to instructor at first class. Pre-requisite: Chalk Paint® 101. For samples, visit instructor webpage at www.somelikeitoldornew.com/Workshops.html. Class held at Some Like It Old … Some Like It New … in Topsfield. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM568 BOH

64535

Jun 30

6:00PM-9:00PM

Mon

1 DAY

FIELD

STAFFIER-BIAL

$99

Watercolors Loose and Free

Do you wish you could loosen up? Be more spontaneous? Let your creativity flow as you experiment with various ways of applying paint. We will explore wet-into-wet and dry brush techniques, color mixing, textures, and painting negative spaces, to create free flowing paintings. All abilities welcome. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM572 ACH

64543

Jul 22

9:30AM-12:30PM

Fri

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

STEINMAN

$239

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ARTS

Pet and People Portraits

Learn how to create portraits of pets and people in a fun and informative class. Focus on facial features, proportions, shading, and color. Students will be working from photos, in their choice of acrylics, watercolors, or graphite pencils. Prior experience is preferred but not required. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM365 ACM

62492

Jul 22

1:30PM-4:30PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

STEINMAN

$239

Airbrushing

Learn the fundamentals of painting with an Airbrush including equipment, materials and set up. Intermediate and more advanced techniques will also be covered. Whether you want to paint motorcycles, miniature figures, t-shirts or your nails, artist Robert Butler’s relaxed but thorough approach will provide you with a solid foundation. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM294 XCH

64355

Aug 21

6:00PM-8:00PM

Thu

2 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

BUTLER

$59

Photography

Basic Camera Techniques for Digital and Film

A “basic camera” course that teaches new photographers techniques for both 35-mm and digital adjustable cameras and accessories. Work outside of the automatic features on your camera. Covers f-stops, shutter speed, focusing, depth of field, composition, and when and how to use different film types and digital settings, plus proper use of filters and lenses. Bring to class your own adjustable 35-mm film camera or a digital camera that allows you to switch out of automatic mode. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM666 ALH CSM666 ACH CSM666 XCH CSM666 XLH

60369 60882 61065 60370

May 21 May 27 Jul 22 Jul 23

7:15PM-9:15PM 10:00AM-12:00PM 6:00PM-8:00PM 7:15PM-9:15PM

Wed Tue Tue Wed

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

LYNN CUMMINGS CTR CUMMINGS CTR LYNN

ROZAVSKY CONWAY CONWAY ROZAVSKY

$159 $159 $159 $159

Creative Lighting

Photography is light, painting with light, not splashing with light. The photographer needs to learn the characteristics of light as the foundation for the basic principles of lighting, posing, expression and background. Review available light, such as window light or other ambient light, flash as well as strobe and other studio lighting options with emphasis on the learning the properties of light and how you can modify these. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM258 ACH

64342

Jul 24

6:30PM-8:30PM

Thu

4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

STAFF

$139

Photographic Seeing and Techniques

Digital photography has made it technically possible to generate countless photographs at virtually no cost, yet the formal problems of picturemaking remain— how is it possible to create pleasing, well composed photographs? Explore basic technical issues joined with an exploration of seeing photographically, using shooting assignments and class critiques. Students must have a digital camera and basic computer literacy. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM236 XCH

64293

May 27

6:30PM-8:30PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

DANVERS

DUBE

$179

New! Picturing North Shore We live in one of the most picturesque areas of the state. Our oceans, beaches and quaint fishing ports lend themselves to great photographs. You will spend half the time out of the classroom and behind the camera discovering new and creative ways to see photographic possibilities right here in our own backyard. The course will consist of three Saturday field trips to selected locations in and around the North Shore as well as classroom time the following week to review and critique our images from the previous field trip. Students will need a digital camera they are familiar with and a basic understanding of computers. www.hotshotstudio.com COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM571 ACH

64538

Jun 09

6:30PM-8:30PM

Mon

4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

GOOBY

$149

Digital Photography

Adobe Photoshop for Photographers

Learn in-depth electronic image editing and processing techniques using Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. Class will focus on real-life processing issues including: exposure fixes, stitching, red eye, resolution issues, clone repair, marquee selection, layer operations, levels and curves, web and print concerns, color replacement, image montages, printing, batch processing, file types including raw, color rules, gradients, text, masking and much more. Basic knowledge of Microsoft Windows or Mac environments required. Camera not required. COURSE CODE

CSP121 ACH

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63573

Jun 04

6:30PM-9:00PM

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6 WEEKS

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MITCHELL

$219

Adobe Photoshop: Advanced

Learn advanced image editing and processing techniques using Adobe Photoshop. Focus on real-life processing techniques including: seamless digital manipulation with cloning and masking, how to edit portraits successfully, sharpening, multi-action batch processing with both Photoshop and Adobe Bridge. Basic knowledge of Microsoft Windows or Mac environments as well as Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Elements required. Camera not required. COURSE CODE

CSP198 XCH

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64343

Jul 23

6:30PM-8:30PM

Wed

6 WEEKS

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MITCHELL

$219

Making Money with Digital Photography

Hobbyists and enthusiast, at what point are your images valuable to others and what are the avenues available for selling images and/or working for clients? Come examine the opportunities for earning money with photography. Your work will be examined and critiqued, advice provided on areas for

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improvement along with brainstorming business opportunities. Topics will include required gear, digital workflow and security, the risks and benefits of working for clients, event shooting, copyright and other legal issues, stock photography, business models, pricing and marketing/promotion. COURSE CODE

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CSM227 YCH

64349

Jun 05

6:30PM-9:00PM

Thu

3 WEEKS

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WEST

$139

Chi Gong for Health and Longevity

Mind, Body & Soul

Chi Gong is the ancient Chinese practice of healing and energy balancing. Chi Gong literally means energy cultivation and is well known today as preventive medicine and for helping many illnesses and cancer. Learn the Primordial Chi Gong system of healing with meditation techniques, specialized postures, movements, breathing and visual imagery techniques. Train at your own level, cultivate and train your mind and body and feel the wonderful results. COURSE CODE

CSJ356 XOH

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DAY(S)

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LOCATION

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64367

Jul 21

5:15PM-6:15PM

Mon

6 WEEKS

ALFALFA FARM

KIRSHON

$89

New! Getting to the Root of your Digestion Do you ever wonder what the causes of common digestive symptoms are in the body? Symptoms are the way our bodies communicate to us that something is not working. Explore the root of common digestive symptoms like burping, gas, bloating, IBS, acid reflux, food sensitivities, diarrhea, and constipation. We will look at how common medications used to treat these symptoms work in the body and discuss alternative solutions that address the root of digestive symptoms. Instructor Heather Borghesi, MS. has a Masters of Science in Human Nutrition and is the owner of Butterfly Nutrition, www.butterflynutrition.com.

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COURSE CODE

CSJ114 BCH

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64566

Jun 25

6:30PM-8:00PM

Wed

1 DAY

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BORGHESI

$29

Feng Shui to Restore the Mind, Body, and Soul

Participants will learn the principles of feng shui and the healing effects of a balanced environment. Take the class on a journey through your own home to find the hidden messages and energetic obstacles. Make adjustments to restore the mind, body and spirit. Your home will inspire, motivate, and assist you in achieving your dreams! Taught by Feng Shui Practitioner and Registered Nurse. COURSE CODE

CSJ372 XCN

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DAY(S)

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64275

Jun 05

6:00PM-8:30PM

Thu

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

P-RUTKOWSKI

$159

New! Got Vegan? Are you wondering if being a vegan/vegetarian is the right lifestyle choice for you? Learn if your body is right for the vegan/vegetarian lifestyle. Learn the healthy way to eat when going vegan/vegetarian and what are the best ways to get essential nutrients with this lifestyle choice. Instructor Heather Borghesi, MS has a Masters of Science in Human Nutrition and is the owner of Butterfly Nutrition, www.butterflynutrition.com. COURSE CODE

CSJ115 BCH

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DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64567

Jun 30

6:30PM-7:30PM

Mon

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

BORGHESI

$19

Hypnosis and Meditation

A comprehensive course on hypnosis and self-hypnosis designed for the professional (physicians, dentists, psychologists, nurses, etc.) or for the layperson desiring habit control or personal motivation. Students taking this course may be hypnotized. COURSE CODE

CSJ205 XCH

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STARTS

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DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

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FEE

63821

May 27

6:00PM-8:00PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

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CONSTANTINO

$149

Mindful Eating

Why do you eat certain foods at certain times or why do you crave various foods? Your body is constantly trying to maintain balance through hormone and neurotransmitter responses triggered by digestion and blood sugar levels. Learn what our body’s messages are and what they need to maintain balance without taxing our system. Jen Tolo is a registered nurse, an ACE certified personal trainer, a certified nutrition consultant and a certified holistic health coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. COURSE CODE

CSJ107 ACN

CRN

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DAY(S)

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LOCATION

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FEE

64412

Jun 18

9:00AM-11:30AM

Wed

1 DAY

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TOLO

$59

New! Nutrition: The Essentials Do you wonder if you and your family are eating the essentials needed for good health? Learn what the essential nutrients are and what foods prevent us from getting these essentials. We will discuss what essential nutrients do in our bodies to provide optimal function and what it may look like when our bodies aren’t getting these nutrients. Learn good food sources for each essential nutrient and how these essentials look when creating a balanced meal. Instructor Heather Borghesi, MS, has a Masters of Science in Human Nutrition and is the owner of Butterfly Nutrition, www.butterflynutrition.com. COURSE CODE

CSJ113 ACH

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DAY(S)

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64565

Jun 02

6:30PM-7:30PM

Mon

4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

BORGHESI

$59

Nutrition and ADHD

Explore the definition, diagnostic criteria and treatment options for ADHD. The concept of NDD – Nutritional deficit disorder – as well as the nutritional impact on hyperactivity and attention will be explored using scientific research, subjective data and personal experience in an interactive format. Recommendation and generalized guidelines will be discussed as far as how to figure out your child’s nutritional sensitivities, how to create a balance between medical treatment and nutrition in balancing the roller coaster ride of ADHD. COURSE CODE

CSJ116 ACN

CRN

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DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

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64570

Jun 04

9:00AM-12:00PM

Wed

1 DAY

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TOLO

$69

Summer 2014 Courses

www.northshore.edu

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MIND, BODY & SOUL

Rightsizing Your Life

Downsize, organize, simplify. You’re at a time of your life when you are ready to simplify and downsize – whether you are moving or not. But you’ve been in your home for 25 or 30 years. Less stuff means more time for new priorities. Perhaps you had to deal with your parents’ things, and you don’t want your children to have to go through yours. Or you are widowed or divorced and want your home to reflect the next chapter of your life. You’ll choose a project so that you’ll practice what you’re hearing and discussing in class. A $20 fee for required workbook is payable to instructor at first class. COURSE CODE

CSJ105 ACN

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DAY(S)

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64410

May 28

10:30AM-12:30PM

Wed

5 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

WEST

$179

Tai Chi

These ancient Chinese systems of therapeutic exercises and flowing forms will be combined to make you feel invigorated with an overall sense of well-being. No prior training is necessary. COURSE CODE

CSJ284 XOH

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DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

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FEE

64320

Jul 21

4:00PM-5:00PM

Mon

6 WEEKS

ALFALFA FARM

KIRSHON

$89

Zumba

ZUMBA IS HERE! Add some Latin flavor and international zest to your life while getting in shape. For all ages, beginners to advanced. Come join the craze and have some fun. COURSE CODE

CSJ466 AOH CSJ466 XOH

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STARTS

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DAY(S)

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LOCATION

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FEE

63823 63824

May 21 Jul 23

6:00PM-7:00PM 6:00PM-7:00PM

Wed Wed

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

ALFALFA FARM ALFALFA FARM

LEBLANC LEBLANC

$89 $89

Fitness

Group Exercise Instructor Certification

This new group exercise course combines nine weeks of intense training and testing to help you safely and effectively lead a group exercise class. Topics covered include music, choreography, safety, as well as cardiovascular, muscular, and flexibility health. Practical labs will expand skill development for functional training, circuit, boot camp, dance, step, kickboxing, as well as other popular methods. Yoga and Pilates will be introduced so you can incorporate this knowledge into sections of your traditional class formats. Students who successfully complete the class, pass the exams and complete the 30 hour internship will receive their national certification. Training, testing and internship are included in the course fee. A valid CPR/AED card must be presented to get the certification issued. No class November 26 and 28. Two textbooks required. To purchase, visit www.witseducation.com or call 888-330-9487. COURSE CODE

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CSA209 ACN

64540

Jun 21

9:00AM-2:00PM

Sat

9 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

STAFF

$749

Nutrition for Fitness Enthusiasts

You will receive a basic understanding of sports nutrition, research based recommendations for fueling your body and fueling recovery. Explore timing of food pre and post workout as well as an overview of protein, supplements, diets and navigating the Food/ Fitness industry “hype” along with who/ what to get nutrition information from. COURSE CODE

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CSA229 ACN

64413

Jul 15

9:00AM-11:30AM

Tue

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

TOLO

$79

Personal Fitness Trainer Certification

Come join this fun profession and be a part of what Fortune Magazine and ABC NEWS.com states as the 4th hottest job in the U.S. at a national average of $34 an hour. Employers like 24 Hour Fitness, LA Fitness and Gold’s Gyms are just a few of the club groups that seek out our graduates. Whether a career move or for your own personal knowledge get all the information you need to become a Certified Personal Trainer. This challenging course is taught over a 8-week period for better retention and skill competency. The National Exam is held on the 9th week. This course is formatted as a 62-hour program and is comprised of 16 hours of lecture, 16 hours of hands on practical training and a 30-hour internship that networks many graduates right into a job. The course prepares you for success with key topics that include biomechanics, exercise physiology, fitness testing, and equipment usage and health assessment. CPR/AED is needed to receive the certificate. W.I.T.S. is the only major certifying body in the country providing comprehensive practical training and internship components. Textbook is required and not included in course fees. Call to order and start reading immediately: 888-330-9487 or www.witseducation.com. Hands-on practical training occurs off-site and you must provide your own transportation. COURSE CODE

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CSA186 ACN

63803

Jun 04

9:00AM-2:00PM

Wed

9 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

STAFF

$749

Other Interests

Antiques and Collectibles: What to Look For

Learn what to look for when buying antique furniture from the 1760s through the 1930s. Learn the differences in collectibles: what’s hot, what’s not! Learn to identify pottery and china marks and makers’ logos, how to use catalogues, reference tools, and manuals, and the pros and cons of buying at auction. Each night bring an item for identification or appraisal, followed by a question and answer period. COURSE CODE

CSR141 ACN

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DAY(S)

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61005

Jul 12

9:00AM-1:00PM

Sat

2 WEEKS

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GLIDDEN

$99

Bridge Basics 1: Introduction

Learn bridge by playing several hands each class beginning with the fundamental mechanics of the game. Learn and practice the principles of modern bidding: no trump opening bids and responses, major suit opening bids and responses, and minor suit opening bids and responses. By the end of this course you will be comfortable playing bridge with your friends. A $12 book fee payable to instructor at first class. COURSE CODE

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STARTS

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FEE

CSR346 ACH

64362

Jun 04

10:00AM-12:00PM

Wed

4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

STAFF

$79

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Bridge Basics 2: Competitive Bidding

When both sides are bidding for the contract, the meanings of many bids can change. Learn to handle competitive auctions (preemptive opening bids, overcalls and advances, takeout doubles and advances, then a mixture of these) by bidding and playing several hands each class. Learn how to get to your best spot, or to prevent the opponents from getting to their ideal contract, when both sides are competing to name the contract. Even seasoned players may overlook many of these concepts, so these sessions are valuable to a wide range of players. A $12 book fee payable to instructor at first class. COURSE CODE

CSR347 XCH

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DAY(S)

DURATION

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FEE

64363

Aug 06

10:00AM-12:00PM

Wed

4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

STAFF

$79

Genealogy for Beginners

Have you always wanted to trace your family tree but didn’t know where to start? If yes, this course is for you! A brief introduction to the fundamentals of how to begin your research and the resources available both online and locally. COURSE CODE

CSR114 ACH

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DAY(S)

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FEE

64016

Jun 07

10:00AM-12:00PM

Sat

2 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

RITTER

$59

New! Introduction to Astronomy – What’s Out There? Have you ever wanted to view the rings of Saturn , get a close up view of the craters on the moon? Do you look up at the night sky and wonder what a pattern of stars represents? Are you curious about worlds beyond our own? Come learn about our solar system, our home galaxy the Milky Way, and the Universe beyond along with observing objects in our Solar System – the moon, planets, comets and meteor showers. Lean about the different types of amateur telescopes, their features, basic operation, and the advantages and disadvantages of each type. You will then venture out of our Solar System to deep sky objects like star clusters, nebulae and other galaxies. Weather permitting, we will spend one evening under the stars observing with a telescope and there will also be opportunities for field trips to local observatories or local astronomy club star parties. No telescope required, just bring your enthusiasm and curiosity. COURSE CODE

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CSR353 ADH

64509

May 27

7:00PM-9:00PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

DANVERS

HOCKER

$129

New England’s Crazy Weather

From the roof of New England; Mount Washington to the rolling hills and jagged rocks of our coastline, we New Englanders talk about the weather. It affects our lives, messes with our plans and sometimes brings hardships. Hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards and ice storms constantly remind us of the awesome power and fury of Mother Nature. Drawing on the resources of the Mount Washington Observatory, Plymouth State University and our local meteorologists, we will relive many of these natural disasters via video and photographs, and see firsthand the tools and local savvy that meteorologists use on the job. COURSE CODE

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CSR352 BCN

64556

Jul 08

10:00AM-12:00PM

Tue

4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

DIPOLI

$99

Investments Made Simple

For those who have trouble understanding or managing their investments, there is hope. You will be delighted to know there are simple points to remember. You will understand 401(k) plans, Roth IRAs, mutual funds, dollar cost averaging and the 100% Principle, which informs you how to invest based on your age and investment temperament. Remember, Social Security alone will not get you to retirement. Instructor is not affiliated with any financial institution. COURSE CODE

CRN

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CSO101 ACN

64545

Jun 17

6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue

2 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

BALDUCCI

$39

Paranormal Studies

Interested in Ghost Hunting? Learn the practice of professional paranormal Investigation, paranormal terminology, ghost hunting DO’s and DON’Ts, research basics, investigative psychology, and debunking evidence. Bring your evidence with you and we may chose it for in-class evaluation. Come get the skills needed for serious field investigations or just some needed answers. Instructed by J.M. Jones, Senior Investigator from the Cape Ann Paranormal Society and member of The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS) Family. COURSE CODE

CSR343 ALH

CRN

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MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

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FEE

64229

May 22

6:30-8:30PM

Thu

4 WEEKS

LYNN

JONES

$139

Practical Tarot

Did you always want to read tarot cards but could never get past the symbols? Are you familiar with tarot but need a refresher? Using the RiderWaite deck, explore basic tarot card meanings, new and ancient spreads, and the ethics, trappings and attitudes that will make you a good reader. A Rider-Waite tarot deck is required for class. COURSE CODE

CSR205 XCH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

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FEE

64220

May 28

6:30PM-8:30PM

Wed

3 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

MACGOWN

$79

Practical Tarot 2

Have you had some exposure to tarot cards and want to improve your skills? Do you want to know what the tarot card symbols mean, or need a place to practice? Using the Rider-Waite deck, go beyond the basic Practical Tarot class to help you improve and perfect your reading abilities. COURSE CODE

CSR206 XCH

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STARTS

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DAY(S)

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LOCATION

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FEE

60955

Jul 09

6:30PM-8:30PM

Wed

4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

MACGOWN

$99

Sea Glass Art: Mosaic and Collage

Learn how to create beautiful sea glass décor in a relaxing atmosphere! All skill levels welcome! A $20 materials fee payable to instructor at first class. COURSE CODE

CRN

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DAY(S)

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LOCATION

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FEE

CSM490 ACH

64539

Jun 21

1:30PM-3:30PM

Sat

2 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

REDINGER

$69

Summer 2014 Courses

www.northshore.edu

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Sea Glass Excursion

Discover the joy of sea glass hunting at one of our own local beaches! Learn how to investigate the history of the glass, sea glass crafts, and much more! We will meet at the Cummings Center before heading out to the beach. Rain Date: May 17. COURSE CODE

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CSR349 ACH

64348

Jun 21

9:00AM-12:00PM

Sat

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

REDINGER

$39

Spice Rack Remedies

Do you know you have what you need to help with digestion, colds, flu, and other daily ailments right in your kitchen cabinet? Your spice rack holds flavorful herbs that also have many health benefits and offer relief of problems like colds, indigestion, and other unpleasant health issues. Learn how to use these herbs in teas and in foods, go home with samples, and discover the healing secrets in your spice rack. A $5 material fee payable to instructor. COURSE CODE

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CSR350 BCH

64569

Jun 28

1:30PM-4:30PM

Sat

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

WEAVER

$49

Spiritual Awareness through Mediumship and Healing Arts – Part 1

An introduction and hands on approach to spirituality through psychic medium ship and healing arts. You will learn how to use and understand your intuition, healing strengths, tools of divination (pendulums or rods), how to read auras, and understanding chakras in conjunction with crystal healing. Develop your own psychic ability to help your life and the life of others. COURSE CODE

CSR101 ADH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64610

May 27

6:30PM-8:00PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

DANVERS

ALEXANDER

$99

New! Spiritual Awareness through Mediumship and Healing Arts – Part 2 Take a deeper look and continuation of light work through medium ship and healing arts. You will hone in on and fine-tune intuition and healing strengths and apply into your daily life. Gain confidence with aura work, chakra healing, crystal healing, and tools of divination and psychic abilities. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

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FEE

CSR354 BDH

64611

Jul 22

6:30PM-8:00PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

DANVERS

ALEXANDER

$99

The Civil War

Examine the personalities, places, and events of the “Great Rebellion.” Our focus will be on the impact of the war on our society and how the constitution was reinterpreted to clarify equality and justice across the spectrum of a divided nation. Participants will share and learn from the documents, photographs, and artifacts that convey history to our modern classroom. Join us for a visit with an America torn apart, and the struggle to rebuild it better than ever. COURSE CODE

CSR351 ACN

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64555

Jun 03

10:00AM-12:00PM

Tue

4 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

DIPOLI

$99

Understanding the Stock and Bond Markets

You will be able to understand stocks and bonds and the differences between them and their function in the economy. Learn how to read and understand the stock tables, the current ratio, return on capital, book value and price-earning ratios, all factors in choosing stocks to buy and sell. You will also learn how to buy bonds, understand bond ratings and convertible bonds and the impact that interest rates have on bond prices. Instructor is not affiliated with any financial institution. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

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FEE

CSO102 ACN

64544

Jun 04

6:00PM-9:00PM

Wed

2 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

BALDUCCI

$39

DON’T WAIT

Performing Arts Acting & Comedy

Acting for Beginners

This course focuses on preparing adults to become comfortable, confident and aware on stage. Through a series of theatre games, warm-up activities and on-stage experience, you will learn the basics of acting in front of an audience, and results in a last day performance.

COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

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FEE

CSM225 ADH

63592

Jun 02

6:30PM-9:00PM

Mon

5 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

PAYETTE

$139

Stand-up Comedy

How many times have your friends and family said that “You should be a stand-up comic!”? But trying to do stand-up is a scary prospect, right? Learn to build a basic, usable tool-kit for generating and brainstorming material using life experiences creating a unique five minute stand-up SECURE routine YOUR in a fun and supportive environment. Class will end with a live performance at a local venue to showcase the students’ final work. Instructor Amy Tee is a veteran comedian with 10 years experience performing stand-up throughout New England and on national tours.

SPOT! COURSE CODE

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DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

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FEE

CSM374 ADH

62468

May 27

6:30PM-8:30PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

DANVERS

TEE

$149

YOU’RE ON THE AIR (How to Really Make it in Voice-Overs!)

Voice-Overs are hot today! With such notable talent as James Earl Jones, Linda Hunt, and Donald Sutherland lending their voices to commercials, films and videos, one would think that it would be next to impossible to break into this field. Not so! You’ll learn about an exciting new way to get around the competition and turn voice-overs into a thriving full or part-time job. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

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DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSA539 XCN

60736

Jul 19

9:00AM-11:00AM

Sat

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

STAFF

$59

DON’T MISS

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PERFORMING ARTS

Basic Ballroom – Beginners: Dancing with the Moon

Dance

All beginners welcome. Learn the steps to four basic ballroom dances: Waltz, Foxtrot, Rumba and Swing. Practice leading and following, and get a feel for many types of rhythms that will be used. A good review if you’ve been off the dance floor for a while and need to brush up. Class consists of demonstration and practice time. Singles welcome. Please wear smooth-soled shoes. COURSE CODE

CRN

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DAY(S)

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LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM844 AOH

62864

May 21

7:15PM-9:15PM

Wed

6 WEEKS

ALFALFA FARM

MOON

$139

Ballroom Dance – Intermediate: Dancing with the Moon

Review what you know and what you may have forgotten, as you build your ballroom dancing skills and confidence. Each week, review a different dance style for an hour. The second hour will be open dancing with individualized assistance from the instructor. For anyone who has taken Basic Ballroom or has Ballroom dance experience. Please wear smooth-soled shoes. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

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FEE

CSM846 XOH

63569

Jul 23

7:15PM-9:15PM

Wed

6 WEEKS

ALFALFA FARM

MOON

$139

Basic Ballroom – Latin Style: Dancing With the Moon

Introduces adults of all ages to the step of four basic Latin dances and the basic footwork or dance step patterns. Emphasis is on the Tango, Cha Cha, Samba and Hustle. Also a good review if you’ve been off the dance floor for a while and need to brush up. Class consists of demonstration and practice time. After learning the dance techniques and with a little practice, you’ll be leading and following. Make your move. Singles welcome. Please wear smooth-soled shoes. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

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LOCATION

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FEE

CSM836 AOH

63152

May 22

7:15PM-9:15PM

Thu

6 WEEKS

ALFALFA FARM

MOON

$139

Music

Instant Piano (for Hopelessly Busy People)

Some music teachers may not want you to know this, but you don’t need years of weekly lessons to learn piano. In just half a day you can learn enough to give you years of musical enjoyment. The traditional approach teaches note reading, while professional pianists use chords. Learn all the chords you’ll need to play any song in this one session. You’ll then perfect your technique at home, using a resource book and CD provided by the instructor. It’s easy, fun, and musically correct! A $30 material fee payable to instructor at class. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM327 XCH

64045

Jun 24

6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

LYONS

$59

Play Piano by EAR

Learn to play songs without relying on music. Presentation on predicting chord progressions, learning from recordings, and transposing. An ideal follow-up to the “Instant Piano” class is open to anyone who has a basic understanding of chords on any instrument. A $30 materials fee for Piano Ear Book & Practice CD payable to the instructor at first class. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM328 XCH

64046

Jul 22

6:00PM-9:00PM

Tue

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

LYONS

$59

Intro to Irish Fiddling

Dust off your grandfather’s fiddle and get ready to learn the difference between a jig and a reel! We will cover the basics of fiddling, from the mechanics of how to hold the instrument, bow hold and introduction to reading musical notation. Progress to playing simple melodies, focusing on developing rhythm, timing, and intonation. Discover the joy of making music! Rental instruments available; contact the instructor prior to first class. Instructor Kate Hanlon is an avid and enthusiastic fiddler and a member of Westford, MA based Oh, CONTRAire! contra dance band. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM495 ADH

64508

Jun 25

6:30PM-8:00PM

Wed

6 WEEKS

DANVERS

HANLON

$139

Guitar: Level I

Are you ready to take your first steps into the world of guitar playing? Cover music reading, melody playing, chords, strumming patterns, and ensemble work. Bring a six-string acoustic guitar and a 3-ring binder. The instructor will provide sheet music. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM454 ACH

61265

Jul 29

6:00PM-7:30PM

Tue

7 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

BUTLER

$149

Blues Guitar

Learn in a relaxed yet efficient approach to playing Blues guitar styles. Through class performances, analysis of recorded music and individual instruction, you will develop solid Blues fundamentals including rhythm, chord and solo techniques while learning the history behind this great American guitar style. Trained at Berklee College of Music, teacher and performer Robert Butler provides all music and texts. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM537 XCH

64554

Jul 29

7:45PM-9:45PM

Tue

7 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

BUTLER

$149

Just ONCE Guitar for Busy People

Have you ever wanted to learn the guitar but difficult to find time? Learn enough about playing the guitar to give you years of musical enjoyment, and you won’t have to take private lessons to do it. Learn basic chords to get you playing along with your favorite songs right away. Bring your acoustic guitar. For ages 13+. Materials fee of $29 will be collected in class by the instructor for the Instant Guitar Workbook and practice DVD. For more information go to our website: instantguitarnow.com. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSM510 ACH

63985

Jun 07

9:30AM-12:00PM

Sat

1 DAY

CUMMINGS CTR

KINSCHECK

$49

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PERFORMING ARTS

Ukulele

Much more than a musical instrument, the tiny ukulele is a Pandora’s box of joy. You will explore the percussive, harmonic and melodic possibilities of the mighty uke, and develop basic strums and chords with an eye toward vocal accompaniment. Those with previous string experience will learn to adapt their skills to the smaller scale. The cross-cultural development of the instrument, and its use in both Hawaiian and early 20th C. popular music, will be explored. Written materials and practice recordings will be provided. C tuned uke required. COURSE CODE

CSM311ACH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64366

Jun 02

6:00PM-8:00PM

Mon

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

HICKS

$149

Grammar: The Mystery Solved

Test Preparation

This comprehensive English grammar review class (with related punctuation) is for those planning to take the TEAS, SAT or similar tests. It is also for English students, foreign language students, non-English speakers, and others who want or need to sharpen their English speaking/writing skills, all in a friendly, non-threatening environment. COURSE CODE

CST128 ACH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

64225

May 22

3:30PM-5:30PM

Thu

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

CONSTANTINO

$119

Preparation for the College Board SAT – Mathematics

Prepare to achieve the highest possible score on the new Math SAT. Discuss test-taking strategies such as time utilization, “guessing” possibilities, and problem types. For both high and low aptitude students, those who have never taken the SATs and for those who have and wish to raise their scores. Beneficial to 10th and 11th graders, as well as seniors. This course can be worth 100 points or more to the diligent student. Textbook required, available at Danvers campus bookstore. COURSE CODE

CST101 XCH CST101 YLH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

60575 62496

Jul 08 Aug 05

8:00AM-10:00AM 8:00AM-10:00AM

Tue/Thu Tue/Thu

3 WEEKS 3 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR LYNN

MCGUINNESS MCGUINNESS

$119 $119

Preparation for the College Board SAT – Verbal

Prepare for the SAT critical reading and writing test. Develop skills for critical reading of long and short reading passages, sentence completion, and vocabulary building. Discuss strategies, timing, pacing, and guessing. Please bring a short writing sample of at least one paragraph to class. For ALL high school students; those who wish to improve their verbal scores and those who have never taken the test. Bring a notebook. COURSE CODE

CST100 XDH CST100 YLH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

60574 62495

Jul 08 Aug 05

10:15AM-12:15PM 10:15AM-12:15PM

Tue/Thu Tue/Thu

3 WEEKS 3 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR LYNN

MCNIFF MCNIFF

$119 $119

TEAS Test Prep for Health Programs – Science

Preparation for those planning on taking the TEAS test. Life Science, Human Body Science and Vocabulary, Chemical and Physical Science, and General Science will be covered. Textbook required, available at the Danvers Campus bookstore. COURSE CODE

CST129 ADH CST129 YLH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

63850 64401

Jun 02 Jul 23

5:30PM-7:30PM 6:30PM-8:30PM

Mon Wed

6 WEEKS 6 WEEKS

DANVERS LYNN

ST PIERRE DECKER

$119 $119

TEAS Test Prep for Health Programs – Math

A preparation class for transitional health students and nursing students who are preparing to take the TEAS (Test Essential Academic Skills) test. Focus on whole numbers, fractions and decimals, percentages, ration and proportion, metric conversions, and algebraic equations. Pre-test study guide required, available at the Danvers campus bookstore. COURSE CODE

CST131 XCH CST131 YLH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

61619 62816

Jul 08 Aug 05

10:15AM-12:15PM 10:15AM-12:15PM

Tue/Thu Tue/Thu

3 WEEKS 3 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR LYNN

MCGUINNESS MCGUINNESS

$119 $119

TEAS Test Preparation for Health Programs – Verbal

Preparation for those planning on taking the TEAS test. Reading development (including maps, charts, and graphs), English grammar and punctuation will be covered. If time allows, other areas will be reviewed according to student interest and need, and by specific student request. Students must have a basic knowledge of English grammar and punctuation. COURSE CODE

CST130 XDH CST130 YLH

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

61618 62815

Jul 08 Aug 05

8:00AM-10:00AM 8:00AM-10:00AM

Tue/Thu Tue/Thu

3 WEEKS 3 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR LYNN

MCNIFF MCNIFF

$119 $119

Writing & Literature

Business Writing

Explore the newest business formats for creating letters, memos, emails and other documents. Students will also review and utilize grammar and writing techniques needed to perfect these forms. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSW141 XCH

64024

May 28

1:00PM-3:00PM

Wed

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

STAFF

$239

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WRITING

Creative Writing

Do you have a story to tell? An emotion to convey? Each class will begin with an exercise that will initiate you into the process of creative writing. We will mainly explore the genre of short fiction, but student writers are welcome to explore creative non-fiction and poetry as well. Topics of discussion will include strategies for keeping the process flowing in the midst of our busy lives and ways to publish your work in print or online. You will have the opportunity to share your work and receive feedback from other writers. Current writers are welcome, but no prior experience is necessary. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSW103 ADH

62501

May 21

6:00PM-8:00PM

Wed

8 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

ROSS

$179

Novel Bootcamp, Part I: First Word to First Draft

Join author and former Bantam Doubleday Dell editor, Anthony Gangi in a course that will guide you through the steps of getting from beginning to end of that ever elusive first draft. With a bulk of the writing being done outside class time, this intensive course will guide you through the process of writing a novel with a full draft completed by the end of the 8 week cycle. Particular emphasis will be paid to structure, characterization, and dialogue. Daily support will be provided by the instructor and fellow students. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

CSW145 ADH

64029

May 21

6:30PM-8:30PM

Wed

8 WEEKS

Poetry Writing Workshop

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

DANVERS

GANGI

$179

REGISTER

DON’T WAIT

EARLY!

For anyone and everyone interested in sharing his/her “poetic visions” with others and, as a result, learning more about poetry as an art form. Small group sharing followed by large group sharing will be emphasized. Group discussions regarding philosophies of art, creativity and poetry will be encouraged. Participants should bring two short original poems to class. COURSE CODE

CRN

STARTS

MTG TIME

DAY(S)

DURATION

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

FEE

CSW146 ACH

64211

Aug 05

6:00PM-8:00PM

Tue

6 WEEKS

CUMMINGS CTR

CONSTANTINO

$119

Online Courses

REGISTER NOW!

SECURE YOUR

SPOT!

(Formerly Gatlin Education Services) Online Career Training anytime, anywhere…just a click away! North Shore Community College, in partnership with ed2go (formerly Gatlin Education Services), offers online open enrollment programs designed to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional level positions for many in-demand occupations. Our programs are designed by a team of professionals from each respective field, who work to provide you with an effective web-based DON’T MISS learning experience. Instructors/mentors are actively involved in your online learning experience. They respond to any questions or concerns, as well as encourage and motivate you to succeed. Registration is now a Simple, One-Step Process! Go to www.ed2go.com/nscc and visit the Courses page, select the course you want to take. Click on the Enroll Now button, enter your information, and pay with a credit card on the Ed2Go website.

SIGN UP EARLY!

OUT!

Benefits of Online Career Training: Learn in-demand job skills • Start anytime • Set your own pace • Affordably priced These courses are not eligible for state tuition remission waivers.

Protrain Online Online Training + You = Success! As you explore our website, you will see that North Shore Community College offers many excellent short-term career certificates, associate degrees, lifelong learning programs plus transfer agreements with great four-year colleges and universities nationwide – all at a reasonable cost. NSCC.theknowledgebase.org

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North Shore Community College Proudly Presents:

Cool Classes for Kids in Grades K-8 WHEN Most classes meet Monday through Friday for one of the following weeks: Week 1: July 7-11 Week 2: July 14-18 Week 3: July 21-25 Week 4: July 28-August 1 COST

$175 per week* plus materials fee * Except where noted otherwise.

WHERE Except for Baseball Clinic, classes meet at either: Beverly Campus

181 Elliott Street 100 Cummings Center, Suite 121E 978-236-1200 Danvers Campus

1 Ferncroft Road 978-762-4000 Please be sure to note at which campus your class meets.

CONTACT Nancy Tracy 978-236-1232 or 978-236-1200 ntracy@northshore.edu

Sign Up Today!

Let the Summer of 2014 Be All About YOU!

North S Communit hore y Inspiring k College: ids today, encouragin g seek highe them to r education in the futu re!

North Shore Community College is offering a lot of cool classes and all we need is YOU! Have fun while getting to know other kids who share the same passions and interests as you. With the whole summer ahead of you, take that blank slate and add some color, creativity, new skills, technology, and friendships to your palette! Turn an ordinary summer into an extraordinary one that offers you time for fun in the sun as well as some time to take a class in one of your favorite subjects! Come to classes at our Beverly Campus at the Cummings Center and our Danvers Campus. Parents, while you may have children at our Danvers Campus from 9:00 AM– 12:00 Noon, taking Vet Science, American Girl Doll, or Cooking, you can also drop a child off at our Beverly Campus in time for 9:30–11:30 AM classes including LEGOS Robotics, Art, Painting and Drawing, Cartooning, and Digital Photography, and be back in time for pick up in Danvers at Noon! Afternoon classes at our Beverly Campus will be busy with the very popular Minecraft and Video Gaming classes. We also offer specialty classes for kids including Acting, Storm Chasers for our weather enthusiasts, Art, and American Red Cross Babysitting. Plus, Baseball Clinics are at Frasier Field in Lynn, with the collegiate North Shore Navigators team. Look over the options. We promise you fun, interesting, and challenging classes taught by the best instructors ever! Classes may cancel if minimum enrollment requirements are not met. Please register early. Your registration may be the enrollment that makes the class run or be cancelled! Thank you for choosing North Shore Community College! Until this summer!

Nancy Tracy, Youth Programs ntracy@northshore.edu 978-236-1232

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Special Offering:

Baseball Clinic With North Shore Navigators Collegiate Baseball Team

Classes fill up quickly so sign up early! Cooking For Kids: Let’s Eat! Where: Danvers Campus When: Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-12 Noon Weeks Offered: All Four Weeks Grades: K-3 Little Veterinarian Where: Danvers Campus When: Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-12 Noon Weeks Offered: Weeks 2 and 4 Grades: K-3

Summer Time with My American Girl Doll Where: Danvers Campus When: Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-12 Noon Weeks Offered: Weeks 1 and 3 Grades: K-3 An Art Class a Day Takes the Boredom Away! Where: Beverly Campus When: Monday-Friday, 9:30-11:30 AM Weeks Offered: All Four Weeks Grades: K-3

Veterinary Science Where: Danvers Campus When: Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-12 Noon Weeks Offered: Weeks 1 and 3 Grades: 4-8 LEGO Robotics Where: Beverly Campus When: Monday-Friday, 9:30-11:30 AM Weeks Offered: All Four Weeks Grades: 4-8 Minecraft Construction Where: Beverly Campus When: Monday-Friday, 12 Noon-2:00 PM Weeks Offered: All Four Weeks Grades: 4-8 Acting For Fun Where: Beverly Campus When: Monday-Friday, 1:00-4:00 PM Weeks Offered: Week 2 Grades: 4-8 Video Game Design Where: Beverly Campus When: Monday-Friday, 2:00-4:00 PM Weeks Offered:

All Four Weeks Grades: 4-8

Join the semi-pro baseball team, the North Shore Navigators and learn all aspects of America’s favorite past-time! Break into groups by age and ability, and team up with some of the best college players in the country. Receive instruction on hitting fundamentals, throwing and catching, pitching mechanics, catcher skills, infield play, outfield play, base running, sliding, and speed and agility. Includes 5 free tickets to any home game. Bring a glove, hat, water, snack, and wear sunscreen each day. Where: Fraser Field, 365 Western Avenue, Lynn, MA When: Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-12 Noon Weeks Offered:

All Four Weeks Grades: 3-8


FAQs How much does a course cost? Each class is $175. Instructors may charge a material fee which is indicated by the course description. Please pay this fee at the first class, to the instructor.

Are there discounts if I sign up for two classes or have more than one child registering? North Shore Community College is committed to keeping the cost as low as possible, therefore, tuition is priced accordingly so that no other discount is available.

How do I register?

Your early registration matters! Classes with insufficient

There are three easy ways: fax, mail, or over the phone. See Registration Form on inside back cover of this catalogue.

enrollment as of one week prior to the start date will be cancelled.

Why do classes sometimes get cancelled and how can I help to be sure they run?

Storm Chasers Where: Beverly Campus When: Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:30-8:00 PM One 3-Week Session Offered: July 7-23 Cost: $175 Grades: 3-8 Digital Photography and Photoshop Where: Beverly Campus When: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:30-11:30 AM One 3-Week Session Offered: July 8-24 Cost: $175 Grades: 6-8 Drawing & Painting People, Animals, and More Where: Beverly Campus When: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:30-11:30 AM Two 3-Week Sessions Offered: Session 1: July 8-24 Session 2: July 29-August 14 Cost: $175 per session Grades: 6-8

We need to give our instructors five days notice if their class is not going to run. Therefore, if we can get as many registrations in as early as possible, everyone wins.

How do I know if our class is cancelled due to inclement weather? The college is responsible for closing the college based on severe weather conditions. Call our weather line if you have questions at 978-762-4200. Note: You will receive a medical history form and media release form in the mail. You MUST complete and return by mail or on the first day of class. We cannot allow any student to attend class unless this paperwork is completed and returned.

Cartooning and Drawing Plus! Where: Beverly Campus When: Mondays and Wednesdays, 9:30-11:30 AM One 3-Week Session Offered: July 7-23 Cost: $175 Grades: 6-8 American Red Cross Babysitting Where: Beverly Campus When: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:00-8:00 PM One 3-Week Session Offered: July 8-24 Cost: $175 Grades: 6-8 or Ages: 11-14

Please call 978-236-1200 to register or for more details. For complete descriptions of classes, visit our website: community.northshore.edu/ youth_programs.html


General Information Campus Locations Danvers

The Danvers Campus at 1 Ferncroft Road is located off Route 1 and houses administrative offices, a Health Professions and Science Building, and Frederick E. Berry Building, a new state-of-the-art academic building and Learning Resource Center. The Hathorne Campus, on Route 62 in Danvers, is the site of classrooms and laboratories for our Agricultural, Food, Animal and Environmental Technology Programs. From the south to Ferncroft Road, Danvers. Route 1 North to Danvers or Route 95 North to Danvers, Exit 50. From either route follow signs for NSCC onto Route 1 South. Take right onto Ferncroft Road. NSCC Campus first left. From the north to Ferncroft Road, Danvers. Route 95 south to Danvers, Exit 50, Route 1 south. Right onto Ferncroft Road. NSCC campus first left. From Route 128 South. Take Route 62 West toward Middleton. Take Route 1 North – passing the Route 95 exit – to Route 1 South (you will essentially be making a U-turn from Route 1 North to South). Take the first right onto Ferncroft Road. NSCC is on your left. Hathorne Campus (Essex Aggie). College is located on Maple Street (Route 62) in the Hathorne section of Danvers. Take I-95 to Route 62 west. Maude Hall is on the left, Berry Hall is on the right.

Alfalfa Farm. Take Route 95 to exit 50 (Route 1 North in Danvers.) Go left on North Street (there will be a set of lights, a Mobil station on the left and an Exxon station on the right.) Drive about a half-mile. Alfalfa Farm is on the left after the “Entering Topsfield” sign.

Beverly. Institute for Corporate Training and Technology, Cummings Center, Suite 121E. Take Route 128 to Route 62 east. Follow Route 62 (Elliott Street) east approximately two miles to Cummings Center at 181 Elliott Street, Beverly. Cummings Center will be on your left. Enter at building front, doorway 100E, proceed straight to end of hall.

Lynn. The Lynn Campus located at 300 Broad Street, adjacent to the Lynnway, includes science and technology laboratories and a library. The College also houses Community Education courses, classrooms, offices and the Campus Police Office at the MBTA station across from the Lynn Campus on the corner of Broad and Market Streets. From south on Route 1A to Lynn Campus, 300 Broad Street. Route 1A from Callahan Tunnel onto the Lynnway. Follow signs for Route 1A/Downtown Lynn. At second lights take right onto Broad Street. Campus immediately on right. To park: right onto Washington Street. Parking lot is on right, behind campus building. From north/south to Lynn Campus, 300 Broad Street. Route 128 to Route 1 south. From Route 1 south, take Route 129 east. Follow Route 129 past Atlanticare Medical Center to traffic lights at intersection of Boston Street (pond on your left.) Continue straight onto Chestnut Street (Route 129A) and follow to end (intersection of Lewis and Broad Streets). Right onto Broad Street. Pass through 5 sets of lights, campus (McGee Building) on left. To park: before campus, take left from Broad Street onto Washington Street. Parking lot is on right behind campus building. Lynn MBTA Building. Is located on the corner of Market and Broad Streets across from McGee Building. Entrance to garage parking within facility is directly off Market Street. Off Campus. Call 978-236-1200 for locations and directions.

Noncredit Course Refund Policy

You must officially withdraw from a noncredit course by completing a Student Action Form (available from NSCC administrators at most campus locations), by fax (978-762-4015), or by dated letter (Enrollment & Student Records, NSCC, Com. Ed. Div., 1 Ferncroft Rd., PO Box 3340, Danvers, MA 01923-0840). • Withdraw before the second class meeting: Total Refund • Withdrawal after the second class meeting: No Refund To withdraw from a one or two meeting activity, you must contact Corporate and Community Education in writing at least 72 hours before the activity begins if you wish a tuition refund.

Summer 2014 Courses

Tuition Waivers

Students with approved tuition waivers, tuition remission, or tuition vouchers may register at any time. Tuition waivers, tuition remission, or tuition vouchers do not apply to special programs, seminars, or online courses. Individuals will be placed in the class on a space available basis, no sooner than five business days before the start of the course. In the event that the class is cancelled, the employee has the option to resubmit for the next scheduled class. For all courses offered, student registrations must meet the cost of delivering the course before any waivers will be honored. Individuals with tuition waivers will be responsible for the cost of all materials and/or books even when materials are included in tuition.

Policies

Information Subject to Change. The college reserves the right to add or delete courses and programs or to revise tuition, fees, and insurance requirements to allow for unforeseen developments. The college cannot guarantee that the instructor whose name is printed by the course will teach that course. Course Cancellation. Individual courses may be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. NSCC makes every effort to notify students by phone and/or mail as soon as the decision is made. Noncredit courses are generally cancelled one week prior to start date. Students may choose another course or receive a refund. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity. North Shore Community College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on basis of race, creed, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information, maternity leave, and national origin in its education programs or employment pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 151B and 151C, Title VI, Civil Rights Act of 1964; Title IX, Education Amendments of 1972; Section 504, Rehabilitation Act of 1973; Americans with Disabilities Act, and regulations promulgated thereunder, 34 C.F.R. Part 100 (Title VI), Part 106 (Title IX) and Part 104 (Section 504). All inquiries concerning application of the above should be directed to the College’s Affirmative Action Officer and/or the College’s Coordinator of Title IX and Section 504. A complete copy of the Affirmative Action Policy is available in the Library, in the Human Resources Office, and on the college website. Disability Services. Students with disabilities who anticipate the need for accommodations are encouraged to visit www.northshore.edu/disability and follow the outlined procedure to request services at least four weeks before the start of classes. Disability Services provides academic accommodations and services for students with disabilities so that these individuals have equal access to programs and activities. Through collaboration, Disability Services works toward assisting students in maximizing their academic potential, while also promoting self-awareness, self-advocacy, and ultimately, personal responsibility and independence. For more information about Disability Services please visit our website: www.northshore.edu/disability, or call: Danvers Campus: 978-762-4000, ext. 4501, or ext. 4373; Lynn Campus: 781-593-6722, ext. 2134, or ext. 6226. Community Notification of Where to Access Sex Offender Information. In accordance with federal law, the College is required to advise the campus community where information concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained. Information concerning Level 2 and Level 3 offenders is available to the general public by contacting the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board, located at P.O. Box 4547, Salem, MA 01970-4547, 978-740-6400, or the following Police Departments: Lynn Police Department (300 Washington Street, Lynn, MA 01901), Danvers Police Department (120 Ash Street, Danvers, MA 01923), Beverly Police Department (193 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA 01915). Level 3 offender information is also available on-line at www.mass.gov/sorb. If you have any questions regarding access to sex offender information, please feel free to contact the Colleges Chief of Police, Douglas P. Puska at 781-593-7032. Drug Free Schools and Campuses. North Shore Community College strictly adheres to the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act. For further information, contact Director of Human Resource Development: 978-739-5470 or 781-593-6722 x5470.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Policies, continued Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act. North Shore Community College is committed to assisting all the members of the college community in providing for their own safety and security. The annual security compliance document is available on the North Shore Community College Website at www.northshore.edu/services/police/index.html. If you would like to receive a booklet called the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy & Crime Statistics Act, which contains this information, you can stop by the Campus Police Desk at our Lynn Campus or you can request a copy be mailed to you by calling 978-762-4090. The website contains information on campus security and personal safety, including crime prevention, college police

law-enforcement authority, crime reporting policies, disciplinary procedures, and other important matters about security on campus. It also contains statistics for the three previous calendar years on reported crimes that occurred on campus and certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by North Shore Community College, and on public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. This information is required by law and provided by the Campus Police Department. Parking. Parking permits are available from the Campus Police Officer on duty at the Lynn and Danvers campuses. Free parking for students is provided within the white lined spaces.

Information Directory

Connecting All Departments Adverse Weather Hotline (for Sunday classes at Cummings Center only) Alternative Studies Bookstore Corporate Training Solutions Credit Courses Emergency – Campus Police Emergency Assistance – Evenings, Weekends, and Holidays Enrollment and Student Records Evening Administrator

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The College Bookstore

Danvers Campus • 1 Ferncroft Road, Danvers, MA 01923 • 978-762-4046 Lynn Campus • 300 Broad Street, Lynn, MA 01901 • 781-477-2127

Summer 2014 Store Hours Session I: Both Bookstores May 19-21 M-W May 22 TH May 23 F May 26 M May 27-29 T-TH May 30 F June 2-26 M-TH June 6,13,20,27 F June 30 F July 1 T

8:30 AM – 6:30 PM 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM 8:30 AM – 3:45 PM Closed for the holiday 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM 8:30 AM – 3:45 PM 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM 8:30 AM – 3:45 PM 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM Closed for inventory

Session II: Both Bookstores July 2,3 W, TH July 4 F July 7-10 M-TTH July 11 F July 14-17 M-TH July 18 F July 21-24 M-TH July 25 F July 28-31 M-TH

8:30 AM – 4:00 PM Closed for the holiday 8:30 AM – 6:30 PM 8:30 AM – 3:45 PM 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM 8:30 AM – 3:45 PM 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM 8:30 AM – 3:45 PM 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Please note: E-learning course books are in both bookstores. Lynn bookstore supplies books for the Lynn campus students only. All others must purchase books in Danvers. 10% senior citizens’ discount given at time of purchase for registered students with proof of age and registration. Cash, personal check drawn on Massachusetts bank with pictured ID, Master Card, Visa, and Discover are accepted. Out-of-state and company checks are not accepted at either bookstore.

Summer 2014 Holiday Schedule The following is a list of holidays/breaks when the college is closed: May 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Memorial Day July 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Independence Day September 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Labor Day For additional academic calendar information, please go to www.northshore.edu/calendar

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Index Access 2010 In a Day: Level 1 ......................................... 20

Cartooning: An Introduction ........................................... 28

New! Getting to the Root of your Digestion ...........31

Access 2010: Level 1...........................................................19

New! Chalk Paint 101..................................................... 29

New! Got Vegan?..............................................................31

Acting for Beginners .......................................................... 34

Chi Gong for Health and Longevity................................31

Grammar: The Mystery Solved ....................................... 36

Acting For Fun..................................................................... 39

CompTIA A+ Certification ................................................ 24

Grant Writing Essentials .....................................................17

Adobe Creative Suite 6 ......................................................21

New! CompTIA Cloud Essentials................................ 25

Group Exercise Instructor Certification ......................... 32

Adobe Illustrator: Level 1 ..................................................21

CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician Certification ........ 25

Guitar: Level I...................................................................... 35

Adobe Illustrator: Level 2 ................................................. 24

CompTIA Security+ ............................................................ 25

HACCP Manager..................................................................15

Adobe InDesign: Level 1 .................................................. 24

Cooking For Kids: Let’s Eat! ............................................. 39

History of Furniture Styles.................................................16

Adobe Photoshop: Advanced ......................................... 30

CPR and AED .......................................................................11

How to Manage Conflict in the Organization ..............12

Adobe Photoshop for Photographers ........................... 30

New! Crackle It Up ......................................................... 29

Hypnosis and Meditation ..................................................31

Adobe Photoshop: Level 1 .............................................. 24

Creative Lighting................................................................. 30

Instant Piano (for Hopelessly Busy People) ................ 35

Adobe Photoshop: Level 2 .............................................. 24

Creative Writing .................................................................. 37

Integrated Skills for Advanced ESL Students ............... 27

Airbrushing .......................................................................... 30

New! Crochet II: Not Your Granny’s Square.......... 28

American Red Cross Babysitting .....................................40

New! Crochet I: The Chain Gang............................... 28

Integrated Skills for High-Intermediate ESL Students...................................................................... 26

New! American Sign Language I ............................... 27

Dental Assisting Program ....................................................9

An Art Class a Day Takes the Boredom Away!............ 39

Designing Interiors with Feng Shui.................................15

Antiques and Collectibles: What to Look For .............. 32

Design Your Outdoor Space .............................................15

Arabic for Beginners .......................................................... 27

Dialysis Technician ................................................................9

Ballroom Dance – Intermediate: Dancing with the Moon ........................................................................... 35

Digital Photography and Photoshop .............................40

Bartending ............................................................................13

Drawing & Painting People, Animals, and More ........40

Baseball Clinic with North Shore Navigators Collegiate Baseball Team................................................ 39

EKG Technician ....................................................................10

Basic Ballroom – Beginners: Dancing with the Moon ........................................................................... 35

English Pronunciation and Oral Practice ...................... 26

Basic Ballroom – Latin Style: Dancing With the Moon ........................................................................... 35

Drawing for Everyone ....................................................... 29

Online Course: Employee Selection ..........................15 ESL – Introduction to Academic Writing ...................... 27 Ethics and Nonprofit Practice ...........................................17

Basic Camera Techniques for Digital and Film ........... 30

Event Design/Decor............................................................14

Basic English as a Second Language I .......................... 26

Event Planning .....................................................................14

Basic English as a Second Language II ......................... 26

Excel 2010 In a Day: Level 1............................................ 20

Basic English as a Second Language III ........................ 26

Excel 2010 In a Day: Level 2............................................ 20

Basic English as a Second Language IV ........................ 26

Excel 2010: Level 1..............................................................19

Basic First Aid .......................................................................11

Excel 2010: Level 2..............................................................19

Beautiful Botanicals in Watercolors ............................... 29

Excel: Just Formulas and Functions ................................21

Beekeeping – From A to BEES ........................................14

Excel: Just Pivot Tables.......................................................21

New! Bling It On with Chalk Paint............................. 29

Exploring the Versatility of Acrylics ................................ 29

Blogging: Advanced ............................................................18

Facebook ...............................................................................18

Blogging: An Introduction .................................................18

New! Felting I: Fleece To Fabric ................................. 28

Blues Guitar ......................................................................... 35

New! Felting II: The Felt Resistance .......................... 28

Bookkeeping and Accounting: Part 1 .............................12

Feng Shui to Restore the Mind, Body, and Soul .........31

Bookkeeping and Accounting: Part 2 .............................12

File Management Proficiency ...........................................21

Bridge Basics 1: Introduction .......................................... 32

Financial Recordkeeping for Nonprofits ........................17

Bridge Basics 2: Competitive Bidding ........................... 33

Floral Wreath and Arrangement Series..........................14

Business Writing ................................................................. 36

Fourth of July Arrangement..............................................14

Calligraphy I ........................................................................ 28

Fundamentals of Catering.................................................15

Caring for People with Alzheimer’s: Habilitation Training ............................................................9

Fundamentals of Interior Design.....................................15

Cartooning and Drawing Plus!........................................40

Genealogy for Beginners ................................................. 33

Summer 2014 Courses

Fundraising and Development in Nonprofits ..............17

Integrated Skills for Low-Intermediate ESL Students...................................................................... 26 Integrated Skills High Advanced ..................................... 26 Interior Design Bootcamp .................................................16 Interior Designers Guide to Organizing ........................16 Interviewing – Preparation and Skills .............................14 New! Introduction to Astronomy – What’s Out There? ......................................................... 33 Introduction to Social Media ............................................18 Introduction to the Computer..........................................19 Introduction to the Computer Workshop .................... 20 Intro to Irish Fiddling......................................................... 35 Investments Made Simple ............................................... 33 iPad U – Beyond the Basics .............................................21 iPad U – Getting Started ...................................................21 Italian I .................................................................................. 27 Italian II ................................................................................. 27 Just ONCE Guitar for Busy People ................................ 35 Keyboarding on the Computer........................................19 Knitting – Part 1 ................................................................. 28 Knitting – Part II ................................................................. 28 Landscape and Garden Maintenance – Summer .......16 Legal Issues and Governance in Nonprofits.................17 LEGO Robotics.................................................................... 39 Lighting for Interior Design...............................................16 LinkedIn – How to Make it Work for You .....................18 Little Veterinarian ............................................................... 39 Mac Computers – Introduction .......................................19 Making Money as a Freelance Bookkeeper ..................12 Making Money with Digital Photography ..................... 30 Online Course: Managing Real World Projects .....13 MA Real Estate Broker’s Exam Preparation...................17 Marketing and Promoting Nonprofits ............................17

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INDEX

Video Game Design .......................................................... 39

Microsoft Project 2010........................................................19

SHRM Essentials of Human Resources Management ......................................................................15

Mindful Eating......................................................................31

SketchUp Level 1 ............................................................... 20

Web Design Certificate ..................................................... 24

Minecraft Construction ..................................................... 39

Social Media and Mobile Apps ........................................18

White-line Wood Block Printmaking.............................. 29

New England’s Crazy Weather........................................ 33

Online Course: Social Media for Nonprofits ..........16

Wine Appreciation: 101......................................................13

Novel Bootcamp, Part I: First Word to First Draft ...... 37

Social Media Marketing: Tying It All Together ..............18

Word 2010 In a Day: Level 1 ............................................21

Nurse Assistant/Home Health Aide ................................10

SolidWorks ........................................................................... 24

Word 2010 In a Day: Level 2 ............................................21

Nurse Assistant Skills Review ...........................................10

Spanish 1 ............................................................................. 27

Word 2010: Level 1............................................................ 20

Nutrition and ADHD...........................................................31

Spanish II ............................................................................. 27

Word 2010: Level 2............................................................ 20

Nutrition for Fitness Enthusiasts ..................................... 32

Spice Rack Remedies ........................................................ 34

Wordpress ............................................................................ 24

New! Nutrition: The Essentials ....................................31

Spiritual Awareness through Mediumship and Healing Arts – Part 1 ....................................................... 34

YOU’RE ON THE AIR (How to Really Make it in Voice-Overs!) ................................................................ 34

New! Spiritual Awareness through Mediumship and Healing Arts – Part 2 ............................................ 34

Zumba................................................................................... 32

Medical Interpreting Certification Prep ..........................10

Outlook 2010: Level 1 ....................................................... 20 Paranormal Studies............................................................ 33 Perennials, Annuals, Vines: Identification and Culture .........................................................................16 Personal Fitness Trainer Certification............................. 32 Pet and People Portraits ................................................... 30 Pharmacy Technician Program ........................................11 Phlebotomy Technician .....................................................11 Photographic Seeing and Techniques ........................... 30 New! Picturing North Shore ........................................ 30 Play Piano by EAR .............................................................. 35 Poetry Writing Workshop ................................................. 37 Portuguese I ........................................................................ 27 PowerPoint 2010 In a Day.................................................21 PowerPoint 2010: Level 1 ................................................. 20 Practical Tarot ...................................................................... 33 Practical Tarot 2 .................................................................. 33 Preparation for the College Board SAT – Mathematics ...................................................................... 36 Preparation for the College Board SAT – Verbal .................................................................................. 36 Principles of Managing a Nonprofit Organization.......17 Principles of Visual Design I ............................................ 24 Professional Rescuer CPR..................................................11 Public Speaking for Impact ...............................................14

Staging/Redesign.................................................................16 Stand-up Comedy .............................................................. 34 Storm Chasers.....................................................................40 Strategic Planning Workshop ...........................................17 New! Subway Art ............................................................ 28 Summer Time with My American Girl Doll ................. 39 Sunflower Sensations .........................................................15 Tai Chi ................................................................................... 32 TEAS Test Preparation for Health Programs – Verbal .................................................................................. 36 TEAS Test Prep for Health Programs – Math............... 36 TEAS Test Prep for Health Programs – Science .......... 36 The Civil War ....................................................................... 34 New! Thrill of the Grill – Chicken Dinner ................13 New! Thrill of the Grill – Meats Every Which Way! .......................................................................13 New! Thrill of the Grill – Pizza and Sangria! ..........13 New! Thrill of the Grill – Seafood and a Martini! ............................................................................13 New! Thrill of the Grill Series.......................................13 Time Management .............................................................12 Training for Front Office Personnel.................................14

QuickBooks 2013: Level 1 .................................................12

Training Intervention Procedures of Servers of Alcohol (T.I.P.S.) ............................................................13

QuickBooks 2013: Level 2 .................................................12

Twitter: Advanced ................................................................18

QuickBooks Payroll .............................................................12

Twitter: An Introduction .....................................................18

Real Estate Salesperson’s Exam Preparation ................18

Ukulele.................................................................................. 36

Residential Interior Design Studio 1 ...............................16

Understanding the Stock and Bond Markets .............. 34

Residential Interior Design Studio 2 ...............................16

Unrestricted Construction Supervisor License Renewal ................................................................19

Rightsizing Your Life .......................................................... 32 Sea Glass Art: Mosaic and Collage ................................ 33 Sea Glass Excursion ........................................................... 34 “ServSafe” Food Sanitation...............................................15 Sewing Basics ...................................................................... 28

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Watercolors Loose and Free............................................ 29

New! Upholstery 101 Workshop: Bring Your Own Piece ......................................................................... 29 Veterinary Science .............................................................. 39 Vibrant Seaside Arrangement...........................................14

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REGISTRATION FORM Summer 2014

NSCC Youth Programs

Call us at 978-236-1200 to register over the phone Fax registration to: 978-236-1220 Mail to: NSCC, Youth Programs, 1 Ferncroft Road, Danvers, MA 01923 Make checks payable to: NSCC Participant Information KIDS TO COLLEGE (GRADES K-5)

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Upgraded workforce skills and opportunities Company Jaqueline’s Gourmet Cookies Salem, MA

Challenge A group of employees spoke little to no English, hindering communication between those employees, staff, and members of management.

Solution The employees took English as a Second Language (ESL) training plus a Supervisory Training program.

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President, Jacqueline’s Gourmet Cookies

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North Shore Community College's corporate and community education course catalog. Summer 2014.

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