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OREGON COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Catch theWave

Winter Term 2014 Schedule

• community education classes • small business classes • credit classes


Catch the Wave

© 2013-14 Oregon Coast Community College 400 SE College Way Newport, OR 97366 541-867-6200 oregoncoastcc.org

Winter Term 2014 • Contents Credit Courses

pages 8 to 11

Community Education Classes pages 3 to 5

OREGON COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE REGISTRATION/ADMISSION FORM

[community ed. & small business classes only. to register for credit classes, visit oregoncoastcc.org.]

Date: ________ Term that you plan to enroll in:

Fall ___ Winter ___ Spring ___ Summer___

____________________________________________________________________________________ SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER:

Online Education page 13

(PROVIDING YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER IS VOLUNTARY)

OCCC WOULD APPRECIATE RESPONSE TO THE FOLLOWING:

NAME:__________________________________ LAST

FIRST

HIGH SCHOOL: DID NOT COMPLETE HIGH SCHOOL GED STILL IN HIGH SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE

____________________________________________________________ CITY STATE ZIP EMAIL ADDRESS:___________________________________________

NAME OF SCHOOL____________________________ STATE:_______________________________________

TELEPHONE:_______________________________________________ BIRTHDATE:_______________________________________________ MONTH DAY YR

GENDER: F M Y N U.S. CITIZEN: OREGON RESIDENT Y N ARE YOU A VETERAN OF THE MILITARY:

HAVE YOU EVER ATTENDED ANOTHER COLLEGE OR Y N UNIVERSITY? NAME OF COLLEGE________________________________ STATE:____________________________________________

Y

N

EMPLOYMENT STATUS:

Highest education your parents completed: Father: Middle School/Jr High (1) High School (2) College or beyond (3)

Work 35 or More Hours Work less than 35 hours per week Not Employed Retired WHAT IS YOUR MAIN REASON FOR ATTENDING OREGON COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE? Improve Job Skills

pages 6 & 7

WHITE AFRICAN AMERICAN HISPANIC AMERICAN INDIAN ASIAN/PACIFIC ISLANDER

MI

ADDRESS_______________________________________________

Registration Details

Personal Enrichment

Mother: Middle School/Jr High (1) High School (2) College or beyond (3) Oregon Coast Community College releases only very limited information regarding students: dates of enrollment, degree or certificate, or honors awarded. If you do not want any person outside the college, including prospective employers, to know any of these, you must file a “Request for Non-Disclosure of Student Information” form with the Registrar.

I certify that all statements on this application that are completed are true. I also understand that if I am admitted and do not enroll for the term to which I admitted, I will need to reapply for admission. No submitted materials will be returned and/or duplicated.

SIGNATURE:_____________________________________________ DATE:___________________ Course Reference Number

Class Title

Start Date/ End Date

Day

Time

Location

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Small Business, Accounting, Technology & Social Media Classes pages 14-19

Discover the ‘sweet’ life, here on the Oregon Coast Dear Lincoln County Community,

When good works are performed on a continual basis over a long period of time, such efforts don’t get noticed readily. I believe that many who work at OCCC contribute to the exemplary works of your community college. I agree with one of our former students who expressed that we have a “Sweet college.” Why this proclamation? Well, he experienced good instructors, services that addressed student needs, cordial and knowledgeable staff, good facilities, and social camaraderie amongst students.

Last year, we serviced a greater number of individuals (180) and increased the number of hours taught (7.2% increase) than the previous year! This increase is in contrast to the overall 4.7% decline in Oregon community college enrollment. The College serves many types of people. High school students, retirees, business owners, individuals who are strengthening their English language skills, and students who have their sights on transferring to four-year institutions utilize the College. The College also prepares individuals to earn their GED and to be college- and work-ready, through Adult Basic

Skills and Adult Education. Others pursue a specific course of study such as Aquarium Science, Nursing, Criminal Justice, Medical Assistant or Certified Nurse Assistant. If you know any OCCC students, encourage them to complete their goals. Maybe you know someone who could benefit by the positive learning environment at Oregon Coast? If so, call 541-265-2283 and we’ll lend assistance. Remember, we have a “Sweet college” that will get even “Sweeter.” Bruce Koike Interim President Oregon Coast Community College oregoncoastcc.org • winter 2014 • 2


Community Education Classes

winter 2014: newport/central campus

Class

Date

Day

Time

Location

Course #.

Price

AARP Driver Safety

Jan. 6 & 7

Mon & Tues

9am-Noon

Newport, Rm. 140

Free

5

AARP Driver Safety

Feb. 3

Monday

9am-4pm

Newport, Rm. 151

Free

5

American Sign Language for Beginners

Jan. 14 to Feb. 11

Tuesday

6-8pm

Newport, Rm. 244

1063825

$87

5

Electricity Information for Homeowners

Jan. 15 & 22

Wednesday

6-9pm

Newport, Rm. 249

1062401

$30

5

Estate Planning & Wills

Feb. 13 to Feb. 27

Thursday

3-5pm

Newport, Rm. 249

1062268

$27

4

French: Basic to Intermediate

Jan. 6 to Feb. 24

Monday

6-8:20pm

Newport, Rm. 47

1062392

$97

4

Introduction to Acting

Jan. 30 to March 6

Thursday

6-8pm

Newport, Rm. 47

1063750

$54

3

Managing Conflict

Feb. 3 & 10

Monday

1-4pm

Newport, Rm. 244

1062393

$27

4

Spanish for Beginners

Jan. 13 to March 5

Mon & Wed

6-8pm

Newport, Rm. 61

1063715

$95

5

Class

Date

Page

winter 2014: lincoln city/north campus

Day

Time

Backyard Beekeeping on the Oregon Coast Jan. 23 to Jan. 30

Thursday

6-9pm

Location

Lincoln City, Rm. 208

Course #

Beginning Computers: Word & Excel

Jan. 21 to Feb. 25

Tuesday

1-4pm

Birding Basics

Feb. 11 to Feb. 20

Tues & Thurs

Devils Lake: Water Quality 101

Feb. 26

Wednesday

Handgun Safety

Feb. 18 & 25

Photography Turkish History & Culture

Price

Page

$27

4

Lincoln City, Rm. 222

$60

3

1:30-3pm

Lincoln City, Rm. 208

1063706

$25

3

10am-1pm

Lincoln City, Rm. 217

1063703

$10

4

Tuesday

6-9pm

Lincoln City, Rm. 108

1062400

$50

4

Feb. 24 to March 17

Monday

1-3:30pm

Lincoln City, Rm. 211

1063707

$45

5

Jan. 8 to March 12

Wednesday

1-4pm

Lincoln City, Rm. 123

1063708

$95

5

Beginning Computers: Microsoft Word & Excel

1063879

Introduction to Acting

Do you have questions about how to use Microsoft Word and Excel? This class is for you. Students will learn the basics of these word-processing and spreadsheet applications. This class will also teach you how to search the Internet, upload and download, organize your computer, and run system tests to keep your computer in good running order.

Introduction to acting is a hands-on activity based approach to teaching pantomime, improvisation and skit-making. The participants in the class will be taught team building, confidence and acting craft. Activities and games will be used to build a scene from scratch. Students will use start-ups, add-ons and transformations to acquire scene-building skills. Participants will be led from skill building to performance level.

Six Sessions • Tues., Jan. 21 through Feb. 25 $60 • 1-4pm • Lincoln City Campus, Rm. 222 Instructor: Mona Martin

Six Sessions • Thurs., Jan. 30 through March 6 $54 • 6-8pm • Newport Campus, Rm. 47 Course #1063750 • Instructor: David Crayk

Birding Basics

Do you find yourself listening to an odd chirp while walking or gardening? Are you fascinated by the random rustlings in the bushes? Do you notice and enjoy the birds in your world, but wish you knew more about these clever and busy neighbors? This is just the class for you! Participants will learn how birds behave so it will be easier to find, watch, and identify the type you are seeing. Bird identification, adaptations, and habitat will be introduced. Birds of the Oregon Coast will be our focus during this 4-week class. Participants will have access to bird guides and binoculars and will learn how to use them. The final day of class will be a field trip to identify birds in the area. Four Sessions • Tues. & Thurs., Feb. 11 through Feb. 20 $25 • 1:30-3pm • Lincoln City Campus, Rm. 208 Material Fee: $5, paid to instructor at first class Meadowlark photo by George Jameson – Courtesy usgs.gov. Course #1063706 • Instructors: Caren Willoughby & Laura Doyle 3 • winter 2014 • @occcsharks


Community Education Classes Backyard Beekeeping on the Coast

An active beehive can be kept in a surprisingly small area. Unlike yellow jackets, honeybees do not aggressively follow humans and are much more likely to travel miles from your yard looking for pollen and nectar. In this class you will learn about the habits of honeybees that make them easy neighbors, and make beekeeping a fun and rewarding hobby. We’ll cover... - Where to purchase your first colony of bees - Getting bees best suited to the Oregon Coast - How to purchase or build a backyard beehive - How to feed bees when they have no honey stores or food available from plants - What to do if/when you get a “swarm” - How to check your bees without getting stung… most of the time - A basic understanding of the roles of the queen, workers and drones

Devils Lake Water Quality 101

This is an introductory class into the water quality parameters monitored on Devils Lake. Students will be provided with a basic understanding as to why each of the parameters are monitored, when they are monitored, and by what means. This course will be part lecture, part demonstration and, depending on class size, part hands-on, as students will be given the opportunity to calibrate meters and conduct some water quality testing. While this introductory course focuses on Devils Lake, it will provide some foundation for students interested in volunteer water quality monitoring conducted elsewhere by local watershed councils and other non-profit organizations. One Session • Wednesday, Feb. 26 $10 • 10am-1pm • Lincoln City Campus, Rm. 217 Course #1063703 • Instructor: Paul Robertson

Estate Planning and Wills

Are you looking for some financial peace of mind? Do you wish you knew how your needs were going to be met in the near future and beyond? This short course will address fundamental issues involved in creating an effective estate plan. The class teaches you the strategies needed for effective management of your assets as you age (including, during periods of incapacity), and guidelines for the appropriate disposition of assets upon death. Content of the class involves a discussion of the use of wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and health care directives. We will also consider questions of planning that include IRA’s and other retirement assets. Three Sessions • Thurs., Feb. 13-27 $27 • 3-5pm • Newport Campus, Rm. 249 Course #1062268 • Instructor: Brian Haggerty

Two Sessions • Thurs., Jan. 23 & Jan. 30 $27 • 6-9pm Lincoln City Campus, Rm. 208 Course #1063879 Instructor: Gretchen Ammerman

French: Basic to Intermediate

Having a hard time remembering those high school French lessons from 20 years ago? Ready for a little winter enrichment? Whether you’re preparing for a dream trip to Paris or just hoping to finally be able to read that Perrier label, this class is for you! Eight Sessions • Mon., Jan. 6 - Feb. 24 $97 • 6-8:20pm Newport Campus, Rm. 47 Course #1062392 • Instructor: Eric Poli

Handgun Safety

This course will cover the basic fundamentals of safety, the cardinal rules, and responsible operation of a handgun. After completion of the course, you will receive a certificate to take to the Sheriff ’s office to apply for your concealed weapons certificate. Do not bring any firearms to class. Two Sessions • Tues., Feb. 18 & 25 $50 • 6-9pm • Lincoln City Campus, Rm. 108 Course #1062400 • Instructor: Ernie Hanson

Managing Conflict

This workshop will help participants understand the nature of conflict; learn tools for handling conflict; and learn how to peacefully resolve disputes with neighbors, family, members, work colleagues and others. Participants will have an opportunity to practice communication and conflict resolution skills. Two Sessions • Mon., Feb. 3 & 10 $27 • 1-4pm • Newport Campus, Rm. 244 Course #1062393 • Instructor: Jim Reim oregoncoastcc.org • winter 2014 • 4


Community Education Classes Photography

A study of how to select and set different camera settings. 4 Sessions • Mon., Feb. 24 – March 17 $45 • 1-3:30pm • Lincoln City Campus, Rm. 211 Course #1063707 • Instructor: Kimberly Hanson

Spanish for beginners

Students will learn the basic vocabulary needed for essential communication, such as the alphabet, personal information, everyday basic questions (where is the bathroom, etc.?), numbers and more. There will be music from different Latin countries, games and a guest speakers so the students will have the opportunity to use their new skills. 16 Sessions • Mon & Wed., Jan. 13 – March 5 $99 • 6-8pm • Newport Campus, Rm. 61 Course #1063715 • Instructor: Diana Perez

Turkish History and Culture

Explore Turkey through the eyes of a Turk – its varied culture, traditions, food, art, music, and language. Learn about Turkey’s unique role throughout history and in today’s geopolitics. Good information for those planning to travel to this fascinating country, or for those just interested in the country itself. 10 Sessions Wed., Jan. 8 –March 12 $95 • 1-4pm • Lincoln City Campus, Rm. 123 Course #1063708 Instructor: Sener Otrugman

AARP Safe Driving

This course explains the changes that occur in vision, hearing, and reaction time as we age, and provides useful driving tips to safely handle these changes. Designed for drivers aged 50 and older who wish to participate in discussions surrounding safety and aging. One does not have to be a member of AARP to take this class. Oregon State law provides a discount on your auto insurance premium for completing this course. If you have already taken this or a similar course, most insurance companies require that a refresher course be taken every three years to continue to receive the discount; or every two years if you are 70 or over. 2 Sessions • Mon & Tues, Jan. 6 & 7, 9am-Noon, Room 140 Or, 1 Session • Monday, Feb. 3, 9am-4pm, Room 151 Newport Campus $15 for Members, $20 for Non-Members (Fee paid to instructor at time of class) To register, contact Holly at 541-574-2684 or rsvp@ocwcog.org.

American Sign Language for Beginners

A basic introduction to American Sign Language and the Deaf Community, communicating with others respectfully and expressively. Basic vocabulary and conversational skills, questions, manual alphabet, numbers and other topics to be included. 5 Sessions • Tues., Jan. 14 to Feb. 11 $87 • 6-8pm • Newport Campus • Rm. 244 Instructor: Linda Capshaw Course #1063825

Electricity information for homeowners

In this class, participants will learn basic electrical theory, residential electrical service, wiring methods and more. You will discover trouble-shooting methods and repair strategies. Learn about national electrical codes, permits and inspections. This class includes topics such as low-voltage wiring, plus hands-on installation of receptacles, lighting outlets, and switches (if time allows). Two Sessions • Wed., Jan. 15 & 22 $30 • 6-9pm • Newport Campus, Rm. 249 Course #1062401 • Instructor: Larry Epperson

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How to Register ...for small business classes Registering for any of the Small Business classes (pages 14-19)

is easy. Simply call 541-994-4166 during business hours, or visit oregoncoastbusiness.com, 24 hours a day, and fill out our online survey. An SBDC staffer will be in touch afterwards to collect payment information and confirm your reservation. Pre-registration is required. Alternatively, you may simply fill out the paper registration form on the facing page and email it to shirley.hill@occc.cc.or.us, or fax it to 541-996-4958.

...for community ed classes You must pre-register for classes. Here’s how to do it:

...for credit classes Never gone to college? Just a little rusty? No problem! In four easy steps, you will be on your way to taking credit classes: 1) Take the College Placement Test Call 541-867-8501 (Central Campus) or 541-996-6222 (North Campus) to schedule an appointment to take the COMPASS college placement test to discover which reading, writing and math courses are the best match for your academic level. After the COMPASS test, you will schedule an appointment to attend a New Student Orientation/ Advising Session.

Step 1. Registration

2) Transfer Students If you have previous college credit, call 541-867-8501 to schedule an individual appointment with an academic advisor.

Step 2. Submit your form

3) Attend a New Student Orientation/Advising Session (Required for all new credit students.) At the academic orientation you will: • be advised for your first term class schedule • learn about OCCC policies, term deadlines, transfer and career technical programs • learn to read the class schedule and catalog and be cleared to register • learn about different options to consider when determining how to pay for college

To register online: Go to www.oregoncoastcc.org At the top of the page, click on “Prospective Students.” On the drop-down, menu choose “non-credit admission.” To register by mail, or in person: Complete the registration form located on page 9, or use the one available online at oregoncoastcc.org. There are three ways to submit your completed form: A) You may drop off your completed form at any OCCC campus B) Mail with payment to: 3788 SE High School Drive, Lincoln City, OR 97367 C) Submit online, at oregoncoastcc.org.

Step 3. Show up for your class Once you have registered, you may attend your class, held at one of the various locations listed in this publication. Prices, Fees, and Refunds for Community Education / Small Business Classes The price for non-credit classes varies with each class (see individual class listings for details). Some courses may require additional fees for materials, which are also listed in the class description.

4) Register Register for the classes you selected at your new-student orientation/ advising session. Registration is completed online. Login to your myOCCC account to begin. Registration dates can be found on the academic calendar at http://oregoncoastcc.org/academic-calendars REMEMBER: You will not be able to register without first meeting with an academic advisor.

Payment The college accepts all traditional forms of payment including cash, checks, MasterCard, VISA, Discover and debit cards. Refunds If the college cancels a class, students are entitled to a full refund of tuition and applicable fees. Students who drop a class, or classes, will be issued a refund based on the following criteria: Class length Drop deadline 3 to 12 weeks Before second class meeting Less than 2 weeks Prior to the first class meeting No refunds will be provided for withdrawals or drops after the drop deadlines shown above. Community Education Courses

Community Education courses are available to students ages 16 and older, unless otherwise stated, who are interested in pursuing a new hobby or pastime. Community Education provides fun classes which include special, personal, professional, hobby, and recreational interests. Classes are offered throughout the community and the college is always working to expand course offerings in many locations throughout Lincoln County. oregoncoastcc.org • winter 2014 • 6


[community ed. & small business classes only. to register for credit classes, visit oregoncoastcc.org.]

Date: ________ Term that you plan to enroll in:

LAST

NAME:__________________________________

Course Reference Number FIRST

GENDER: F M Y N U.S. CITIZEN: OREGON RESIDENT Y N ARE YOU A VETERAN OF THE MILITARY:

Improve Job Skills

Class Title

7 • winter 2014 • @occcsharks

Fall ___ Winter ___ Spring ___ Summer___

____________________________________________________________________________________ SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER:

(PROVIDING YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER IS VOLUNTARY)

Y

Personal Enrichment

Start Date/ End Date

OCCC WOULD APPRECIATE RESPONSE TO THE FOLLOWING:

MI

ADDRESS_______________________________________________ WHITE AFRICAN AMERICAN HISPANIC AMERICAN INDIAN ASIAN/PACIFIC ISLANDER

____________________________________________________________ CITY STATE ZIP

EMAIL ADDRESS:___________________________________________ HIGH SCHOOL: DID NOT COMPLETE HIGH SCHOOL GED STILL IN HIGH SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE

TELEPHONE:_______________________________________________ NAME OF SCHOOL____________________________ STATE:_______________________________________

BIRTHDATE:_______________________________________________ MONTH DAY YR HAVE YOU EVER ATTENDED ANOTHER COLLEGE OR Y N UNIVERSITY?

NAME OF COLLEGE________________________________ STATE:____________________________________________

N

EMPLOYMENT STATUS:

Work 35 or More Hours Work less than 35 hours per week Not Employed Retired Father: Middle School/Jr High (1) High School (2) College or beyond (3)

WHAT IS YOUR MAIN REASON FOR ATTENDING OREGON COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE?

Highest education your parents completed:

Mother: Middle School/Jr High (1) High School (2) College or beyond (3)

Oregon Coast Community College releases only very limited information regarding students: dates of enrollment, degree or certificate, or honors awarded. If you do not want any person outside the college, including prospective employers, to know any of these, you must file a “Request for Non-Disclosure of Student Information” form with the Registrar.

I certify that all statements on this application that are completed are true. I also understand that if I am admitted and do not enroll for the term to which I admitted, I will need to reapply for admission. No submitted materials will be returned and/or duplicated.

SIGNATURE:_____________________________________________ DATE:___________________

Day

Time

Location

Use of Social Security Numbers: The following is Oregon Coast Community College’s official disclosure statement regarding use of social security numbers: Official Disclosure Statement: AR 581-41-460 authorizes Oregon Coast Community College to ask students to provide their social security numbers. The number will be used by the College for reporting, research, and record keeping. Numbers will also be provided by the College to the Oregon Community College Unified Reporting System (OCCURS), which is a group made up of all community colleges in Oregon, the State Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development, and the Oregon Community College Association. OCCURS gathers information about students and programs to meet state and federal reporting requirements. It also helps colleges plan, research, and develop programs. This information helps the colleges to support the progress of students and their success in the workplace and other education programs. OCCURS, or the College may provide social security numbers to the following agencies or match it with the records from the following systems: • State and private universities, colleges, and vocational schools, to find out how many community college students go on with their education and find out whether community college courses are a good basis for further education; • The Oregon Employment Department, for analysis which helps state and local agencies plan education and training services to help Oregon citizens get the best jobs available; • The Oregon Department of Education, to provide reports to the state and federal governments. The information is used to learn about education, training, and job market trends for planning, research, and program improvement. • The Workers Compensation Division, to track the successful training of injured workers. • The Oregon Department of Revenue and collection agencies only for purposes of processing debts and only if credit is extended to the student by the College. • The National Student Loan Clearinghouse for student financial aid processing and/or research on transfer. • The American College Testing Service, if students take the ASSET placement test, for research purposes. • The Internal Revenue Service, to provide required information related to the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997. Oregon Coast may also release social security numbers to firms or agencies under contract with the College to provide instruction or research services. Social security numbers will be used only for the purposes listed above. State and federal laws protect the privacy of student records.

OREGON COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE REGISTRATION/ADMISSION FORM


OCCC Credit Courses: Winter 2014

O

CCC students may explore careers, retrain, update skills, pursue personal interests or broaden their horizons, by attending either full- or part-time. Our students can complete the first two years of a bachelor’s degree, earn an associate degree, earn a GED, learn English as a second language, or take courses for personal enrichment. The credit classes listed on these pages can help you achieve your academic goals, right here on the Oregon Coast. Building a Bridge to Your Four-Year Degree More than half of our graduates continue their education at a four-

year institution. Our transfer agreements with Oregon’s public universities will help you continue your college education. Scholarships and Awards We offer several different types of scholarships and awards to incoming and current students to help lessen the cost of a college education. Make an appointment with an academic advisor to help determine the best course for you. Dozens of students receive scholarships and awards every year. For more information, visit oregoncoastcc.org.

Lincoln City/North Campus Credit Classes crn 1063195 1063557 1063560 1062139 1062136 1062597 1062174 1062180 1062185 1062190 1062221 1062230 1062233 1062872

course number ART116 ART250 ART251 BI102L BI102 G202 MTH030 MTH060 MTH070 MTH095 PSY202 SP115 SP219 WR122

section title Basic Design II Introduction To Ceramics I Introduction To Ceramics II General Biology-Lab General Biology Physical Geology Basic Mathematics Pre-Algebra Algebra - Beginning Algebra - Intermediate General Psychology Intercultural Communication Small Group Discussion English Composition-Argument

days M W M W M W T R T R M W M W M W M W M W F R F T R

time 9-11:50AM 1-3:50PM 1-3:50PM 2:30-3:50PM 1-2:20PM 1-3:50PM 8:30-10:50AM 8:30-10:50AM 8:30-10:50AM 8:30-10:50AM 9-11:50AM 9-11:50AM 9-11:50AM 8:30-9:50AM

campus Lincoln City Lincoln City Lincoln City Lincoln City Lincoln City Lincoln City Lincoln City Lincoln City Lincoln City Lincoln City Lincoln City Lincoln City Lincoln City Lincoln City

instructor BROOKS, BEN O. BROOKS, BEN O. BROOKS, BEN O. ANDERSON, SKYE ANDERSON, SKYE BERNHARDT, GILBERT T. STEVENS, MARGARET D. STEVENS, MARGARET D. STEVENS, MARGARET D. STEVENS, MARGARET D. QUARLES, JEANNE C. BISHOP, JANICE M. BISHOP, JANICE M. RUSH, LANI C.

Newport/Central Campus Credit Classes 1062126 1062127 1062128 1062129 1062130 1062131 1062590 1063196

AQS110 AQS226 AQS232 AQS252 AQS270 ART116 ART132 ART132

Aquarium Science Practicum 1 Biology of Diverse Captive Species Reproduction and Nutrition of Aquatic Animals Exhibits and Interpretation Fish and Invertebrate Health Management Basic Design II Introduction To Drawing II Introduction To Drawing II

M F M W T R T M W T R T R

5-5:50PM 9-11:50AM TBA 9-11:20AM TBA 9-11:50AM 1-3:50PM 6-8:50PM

Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport

CLAUSEN, STUART E. STAFF, STAFF HAWKYARD, DONALD M. SPAULDING, CHRIS MILLER-MORGAN, TIMOTHY PENCE, JULIA ALLISON HAUG, JARED C. OSGOOD, LYNNE M.

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OCCC Credit Courses: Winter 2014 Newport/Central Campus Credit Classes crn 1062589 1062591 1063197 1062132 1062133 1062137 1062871 1062135 1062870 1062141 1062140 1062143 1062144 1062142 1062146 1062146 1062145 1062592 1062148 1062593 1063052 1062594 1062595 1062873 1062874 1062156 1062596 1062162 1062167 1062172 1062173 1062176 1062178 1062179 1062182 1062183 1062184 1062186 1062187

course number ART205 ART232 ART232 ART281 ART284 BI102L BI102L BI102 BI102 BI143L BI143 BI232L BI232L BI232 BI234L BI234L BI234 CJ107 CJ110 CJ210 CJ225 CJ280 CJ281 ENG104 ENG205 FA256 G202 HD100 HST202 MTH030 MTH030 MTH030 MTH060 MTH060 MTH060 MTH070 MTH070 MTH070 MTH070

section title History of Western Art II Drawing: Intermediate II Drawing: Intermediate II Introduction To Painting I Painting: Intermediate I General Biology-Lab General Biology-Lab General Biology General Biology Marine Biology-Lab Marine Biology Human Anatomy and Physiology II -Lab Human Anatomy and Physiology II -Lab Human Anatomy and Physiology II -Lec Introduction to Microbiology-Lab Introduction to Microbiology-Lab Introduction To Microbiology Criminal Justice Workshop Introduction To Law Enforcement Criminal Investigation Corrections Law CWE: Criminal Justice CWE Seminar: Criminal Justice Intro to Literature-Fiction English Literature-Renaissance Understanding Movies: The Great Film Directors Physical Geology College Survival and Success History of The United States Basic Mathematics Basic Mathematics Basic Mathematics Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Algebra - Beginning Algebra - Beginning Algebra - Beginning - Lecture Format Algebra - Beginning

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days T R T R M W M W M W M W T R M W T R R T M W M W M W T R T R T R W M M T TBA W M W M W T R M W M W R M W T R M W M W T R M W M W T R T R M W

time 10:30-11:50AM 1-3:50PM 6-8:50PM 1-3:50PM 1-3:50PM 1-2:20PM 7-8:20PM 10-11:50AM 5:30-6:50PM 3-5:50PM 3-5:50PM 10:30-11:50AM 1-2:20PM 9-10:20AM 10:30-11:50AM 1-2:20PM 9-10:20AM 9-11:50AM 9-11:50AM 1-3:50PM 9-11:50AM TBA 4-4:50PM 4:15-5:45PM 2:30-3:50PM 12-2:20PM 6-8:50PM 1:30-2:50PM 1-3:50PM 9-11:20AM 12-2:20PM 5:30-7:50PM 9-11:20AM 12-2:20PM 5:30-7:50PM 9-11:20AM 12-2:20PM 9-11:20AM 5:30-7:50PM

campus Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport

instructor HAUG, JARED C. HAUG, JARED C. OSGOOD, LYNNE M. PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON STAFF ANDERSON, SKYE STAFF ANDERSON, SKYE TROWBRIDGE, CYNTHIA D. TROWBRIDGE, CYNTHIA D. NASH, HAL B. NASH, HAL B. NASH, HAL B. NASH, HAL B. NASH, HAL B. NASH, HAL B. TAUFAASAU, ANDREW T. TAUFAASAU, ANDREW T. TAUFAASAU, ANDREW T. HAVNER, GRETCHEN TAUFAASAU, ANDREW T. TAUFAASAU, ANDREW T. BEARDSLEY, SHARON PAVLISH, CATHERINE ANN ELLSTON, SANDRA BERNHARDT, GILBERT T. HAMILTON, LAURA K. JACKSON, TUCKER ZERR, AMANDA ZERR, AMANDA BURAK, MARGE M. ZERR, AMANDA ZERR, AMANDA BURAK, MARGE M. ZERR, AMANDA ZERR, AMANDA ZERR, AMANDA BURAK, MARGE M.


OCCC Credit Courses: Winter 2014 Newport/Central Campus Credit Classes crn 1062188 1062189 1063642 1062193 1062197 1062198 1062199 1062201 1062601 1062602 1062203 1062204 1062205 1062206 1062208 1062209 1062210 1062211 1062207 1062214 1062215 1062216 1062218 1062213 1062219 1062220 1062222 1062223 1062224 1062225 1062228 1062229 1062232 1062234 1062235 1062237 1062238

course number MTH095 MTH095 MTH095 MTH111 MTH112 MTH243 MUP171 MUP180 MUS131 MUS137 MUS197 MUS202 MUS212 NUR095 NUR142A NUR142A NUR142L NUR142L NUR142 NUR242A NUR242A NUR242L NUR242L NUR242 PSY101 PSY202 PSY215 PSY219 RD090 RD115 SOC205 SP111 SP219 SPAN102 SPAN102 SPAN202 WR090

section title Algebra - Intermediate Algebra - Intermediate Algebra - Intermediate - Lecture Format College Algebra Elmntry Functns: Trigonometry Intro: Probability & Statistcs Individual Lessons: Piano Private Lessons Individual Lessons: Guitar Private Lessons Group Piano Group Guitar Chorus Intro: Music Literature Music Theory II Cert. Nursing Assist. Level 2: Acute Care (1/15/12) Skills Application for NUR142 Skills Application for NUR142 Care of Acutely Ill Pts Dv Fm 1-Lab Care of Acutely Ill Patients and Developing Famili Care of Acutely Ill Patients and Developing Famili Skills Application for NUR242 Skills Application for NUR242 Care of Patients in Situations of Crisis and in Co Care of Patients in Situations of Crisis and in Co Care of Patients in Situations of Crisis and in Co Psychology of Human Relations General Psychology Intro: Developmntl Psychology Intro: Abnormal Psychology Preparation/College Reading II Academic Reading and Thinking General Sociology--Social Issues Fundamentals Public Speaking Small Group Discussion First Year Spanish First Year Spanish Second Year Spanish Fundamentals of Writing

days M W T R T R M W T R M TBA TBA T R T R MTWR T R M W TW R R TW TW M R M M RF TW M W M W M W T R T R M W M W T W F T R M W M W T R

time 9-11:20AM 12-2:20PM 5:30-7:20PM 10-11:50AM 10-11:50AM 9-10:50AM TBA TBA 1-1:50PM 1-1:50PM 12-12:50PM 10:30-11:50AM 1-3:20PM 2-8:30PM 12-3:50PM 12-3:50PM TBA 6:00AM-1:20PM TBA 12-3:50PM 12-3:50PM 6:30AM-1:50PM TBA 9-11:50AM 9-10:20AM 1-2:20PM 2:30-3:50PM 9-10:20AM 9-10:20AM 10:30-11:50AM 3-5:50PM 6-8:50PM 9-11:50AM 8-10:20AM 6-8:20PM 2-4:20PM TBA

campus Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport

instructor ZERR, AMANDA ZERR, AMANDA BURAK, MARGE M. BURAK, MARGE M. BURAK, MARGE M. LAUGHLIN, RICK SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SPICER, DEBBORA R. BARTON, LYNN R. BARTON, LYNN R. REANEY, BONNIE J. JACOBS, DIANE MOLLINO, LINDA A. BARTON, LYNN R. BARTON, LYNN R. PERMAN, BETTE REANEY, BONNIE J. BARTON, LYNN R. QUARLES, JEANNE C. QUARLES, JEANNE C. QUARLES, JEANNE C. QUARLES, JEANNE C. HAMILTON, LAURA K. HAMILTON, LAURA K. RESZ, SUSAN D. BONNEY, J CHRIS BONNEY, J CHRIS WALES, ANN WALES, ANN WALES, ANN HAMILTON, LAURA K.

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OCCC Credit Courses: Winter 2014 Newport/Central Campus Credit Classes crn 1062239 1062240 1062241 1062242 1062243 1062246 1062248 1063568 1062252

course number WR115 WR115 WR121 WR121 WR121 WR122 WR122 WR123 WR242

section title Intro to College Writing Intro to College Writing English Composition-Exposition English Composition-Exposition English Composition-Exposition English Composition-Argument English Composition-Argument English Composition-Resrch Wr. Creative Writing: Poetry

days T R M W T R M W M W M W T R T R T R

time campus 2:30-3:50PM Newport 2:30-3:50PM Newport 11:00AM-12:20PM Newport 1-2:20PM Newport 6-7:20PM Newport 1-2:20PM Newport 9-10:20AM Newport 11:00AM-12:20PM Newport 1-2:20PM Newport

instructor HAMILTON, LAURA K. MISITI, PATRICK J. STAFF, STAFF MISITI, PATRICK J. AUSTIN-ZACHARIAS, PETER J. PAVLISH, CATHERINE ANN PAVLISH, CATHERINE ANN RUSH, LANI C. PAVLISH, CATHERINE ANN

Online Learning Credit Classes 1063798 1063793 1063755 1063794 1063756 1063759 1062163 1062165 1062166 1062168 1063757 1063627 1063758 1063795 1063796 1063797 1063760 1063763 1063764 1062231 1062245 1062247 1062249 1062250 1062251

ANT103 BA211 CS131 EC201 ECE130 ENG108 HFS226 HPE295 HST102 HST202 HST277 LIB127 NFM225 NFM225 PHL102 PS202 PSY101 PSY202 PSY215 SP218 WR121 WR122 WR122 WR123 WR227

Intro: Cultural Anthropology Principles Of Accounting I Introduction to Computer Information Systems Principles of Economics Nutrition, Health and Safety World Lit:Medieval/Renaissance Growing Years: Child Develpmnt Health and Fitness For Life History of Westrn Civilization History of The United States History of the Oregon Trail Information Research Skills Human Nutrition Human Nutrition Ethics American Government Psychology of Human Relations General Psychology Intro: Developmntl Psychology Interpersonal Communication English Composition-Exposition English Composition-Argument English Composition-Argument English Composition-Resrch Wr. Technical Report Writing

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

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STAFF, STAFF ALBIAR, CRYSTAL REDWINE, TOMMIE STAFF, STAFF LAMAN, GRACE BROWN, JULIE ETERNO, PATRICIA BRUCE, ERIC ALLEN ANAND, LILIA D. JACKSON, TUCKER KASPAR, DEBBIE ADOLF, DARCI LAMAN, GRACE STAFF, STAFF SELLARS, JEFFREY COLES, CHRIS RUSSELL, DENISE RUSSELL, DENISE MANSELL, ROBERT BISHOP, JANICE M. MCALPINE, JEFFREY B. STAFF, STAFF PAVLISH, CATHERINE ANN JEFFRESS, LYNN MCALPINE, JEFFREY B.

Waldport/South Campus Credit Classes 1062169 1062170 1062171 1063808

MA113 MA121 MA133 EMT152

Med Assistant:Clinical Proc II Body Structure and Function II Med Assist:Clin Practicum I EMT Basic Part I

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TBA 9-10:50AM TBA 6-9:30PM

Waldport Waldport Waldport Waldport

WAY, ANN WAY, ANN WAY, ANN STAFF


Winter Term 2014

Earn your GED GED testing has changed, from paper-and-pencil to computerbased testing. Anyone wanting to take a GED test must first attend a GED Testing Orientation. Please call the Testing Center at 541-867-8505 to make an appointment. Eligibility to test will be determined at the orientation. All GED candidates must present valid government issued photo (Oregon-issued) identification that shows name, signature, address, date of birth and photo. High School ID is not acceptable. All candidates should also know their Social Security Number. Candidates under 18 must present an Exemption from Compulsory Attendance (expires after 6 months) from the last school attended. Candidates who have been home-schooled need to present the Letter of Assurance form from the county’s ESD office that acknowledges

the withdrawal from public school. The number to call for information is (541) 812-2687. If a candidate is transferring from another testing center or state, please alert the proctor before orientation. Since the transfer process varies from state to state, contact the Testing Specialist at 541-8678505 for specific information, If a candidate has an IEP in school, they may need accommodations for testing. If you feel you may need accommodations, call the Testing Specialist at 541-867-8505 to start the process to request approval. All GED testing is by appointment only. Please plan on arriving early for your testing appointment. No one is allowed to enter the testing room once testing has begun.

ESOL update Las clases de inglés como lenguaje secundario estan disponibles para los estudiantes que no hablan inglés, o quieren mejorar sus capacidades de hablar inglés. Se enseñara a leer, escuchar, hablar y escribir asί como la cultura americana. Las clases se ofrecen en varias horas y lugares en Newport. El horario de OCCC tiene las horas y los lugares exactos en que las clases ocurren. Las clases cuesten solomente $20 por 11 semanas. Los estudientes pueden comenzar las clases en cualquier dia del termino. No tiene que registrarse antes de la clase. El registro se hace en la primera clase. Para más información sobre las clases de ESL llame al 541-867-8517 o 541-574-1620 para información en español. oregoncoastcc.org • winter 2014 • 12


Learning, on your terms Want to take some Community Education classes, but don’t have the time? Can’t find a babysitter? Don’t have a second car to drive to the college? Can’t afford to miss work to take a class? At Oregon Coast Community College, we have the answer for you... it’s ed2go! We offer a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely over the Internet. All of these courses are led by expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. Our online courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient – and geared just for you.

• 6-Week Online Classes • Just 2 to 4 hours per week • Lively, enjoyable learning environment • Expert instructors • New sessions start monthly – join in anytime! • Certificate of completion

Here is just a sample of what you can find on the ed2go website (www.ed2go.com/occc): mEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

This course teaches medical terminology from an anatomical approach. Root terms are divided by each body system. The origin, a combined form, and an example of non-medical everyday usage is provided for each root term. Word Associations are provided as a learning tool. Unusual and interesting information is provided in regards to each term. Root terms are combined with prefixes and suffixes as your learning will culminate in the interpretation of several paragraphs of medical notes.

WRITING EFFECTIVE GRANT PROPOSALS

Preparing successful grant proposals to receive funding from corporations or foundations requires careful research, meticulous preparation, and graceful writing. Grant administrators tell us that many grant requestors have no real understanding of the proposal writing process and as a result, their worthy causes lose out. If you learn how to avoid the errors that lead to the rejection of your proposal, you will be better prepared to help the causes you most admire. This course will walk you through all of the essential steps--including an important discussion of what you must do when the grant arrives!

intro to microsoft access

Take control over your data! Whether you’re a novice or an experienced database user, this course will show you how to harness the full power of Microsoft Access 2010. In these practical and project-oriented lessons, you’ll learn how to use this award-winning MS Office software to create and customize tables. You’ll build relationships between your tables to eliminate redundancies and slash data entry time. And you’ll discover how to achieve huge reductions in data entry errors by setting default values, creating validation rules, and building input masks. 13 • winter 2014 • @occcsharks

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I took an ed2go class to learn how to use InDesign. The content of the course and what I learned was well worth the price. I am now proficient in InDesign, something that I never could have achieved by myself in six weeks. This course helped me to upgrade my skills so that I could utilize software available in my office and create professional-looking documents for various purposes. I highly recommend ed2go courses for those who are interested in enhancing their professional skills. – Hallie Price, Newport I supervise the student workers in my department and recognized my need for some professional development related to this task, so I signed up for an ed2go course called Fundamentals of Supervision and Management. Through this course, I learned how to communicate expectations more effectively, how to maintain department motivation, how to evaluate employee performance, and how to utilize my employees’ strengths. In the Fall 2013 term, these student workers helped the College successfully host an outreach event at OCCC – “College Nights” – and we were all pleased with the result. The ed2go class allowed me to know what to delegate and when to be more involved. – Kimberly Jones, Newport

OCCC students Kendall cable and Angel demers, working ‘College Nights’ last Fall term.


Small Business Development Center newport/central OCCC campus Class Date Day Accounting Shoebox Bookkeeping Feb. 12 Wednesday QuickBooks: Intro & More Feb. 13 & 20 Thursdays Quickbooks Pro For Business March 13 & 20 Thursdays Cloud-Based Business Tools Google: Gmail, Calendar & Drive Feb. 5 Wednesday E-Commerce Build Your Own Website (Incl. Open Lab) Jan. 7 - Feb. 4 Tuesdays SEO: Google Hummingbird Feb. 25 Tuesday Website Tune-Up Workshop March 11 Tuesday Free Business Workshops Managing Your Online Reputation: Using Yelp!, Travelocity & More Jan. 16 Thursday Pub Talk: Tech Update: 3D Printing & More Jan. 23 Thursday Small Business Management Program: To register or request information, call 541-487-4855. iSBM: Websites: Securing Domain/Hosting Jan. 15 Wednesday iSBM: Websites: WordPress Basics Feb. 19 Wednesday iSBM: Websites: Themes & Plug-Ins March 19 Wednesday SBM Classic: Risk Management Jan. 8 Wednesday SBM Classic: Tax Issues Feb. 12 Wednesday SBM Classic: Legal Issues March 12 Wednesday Social Media Social Media Open Lab March 13 Thursday Facebook & Twitter: Getting Started Feb. 26 Wednesday

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XBA9600D XCS9602Q XCS9602Q

Newport, Rm. 244 Newport, Rm. 70 Newport, Rm. 70

$39 $99 $99

17 17 17

6-9pm

XBA9600E

Newport, Rm. 70

$30

17

2-5pm & 6-9pm 6-9pm 6-9pm

XCS9606A XBA9600M XCA9602X

Newport, Rm. 244/70 Newport, Rm. 140 Newport, Rm. 70

$180 $30 $30

16 18 16

6-9pm 6-9pm

Newport, Rm. 140 Nana’s Irish Pub

Free Free

19 19

9am-Noon 9am-Noon 9am-Noon 6-9pm 6-9pm 6-9pm

XBA9503D-Z1 XBA9503D-Z1 XBA9503D-Z1 XBA9503D-Z1 XBA9503D-Z1 XBA9503D-Z1

Newport, Rm. 70 Newport, Rm. 70 Newport, Rm. 70 Newport, Rm. 151 Newport, Rm. 151 Newport, Rm. 151

Varies Varies Varies Varies Varies Varies

15 15 15 15 15 15

6-9pm 6-9pm

XCS9700A XCS0001D

Newport, Rm. 70 Newport, Rm. 70

$30 $30

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lincoln city/north OCCC campus Accounting Shoebox Bookkeeping Feb. 25 Tuesday Quickbooks 5-Part Series (Five Weeks) Feb. 4 to March 18 Tuesdays (Take all five courses for $159, or choose from the specific classes, below, for $39 each.) QuickBooks: Financial Reports Feb. 4 Tuesday QuickBooks: Tips & Tricks Feb. 11 Tuesday QuickBooks: Sales Transactions March 4 Tuesday QuickBooks: Vendor Transactions March 11 Tuesday QuickBooks: Payroll March 18 Tuesday Business Planning Business Start-Ups & Tune-Ups Jan. 14 - March 18 Tuesdays Cloud-Based Business Tools Google Analytics & Web Tools Feb. 6 Thursday Google: Gmail, Calendar & Drive Jan. 30 Thursday Google Picasa: Managing Photos Jan. 9 Thursday Google+, LinkedIn & Pinterest Jan. 29 Wednesday E-Commerce Build Your Own Website (Incl. Open Lab) Feb. 13 to March 6 Thursdays Constant Contact: E-Mail Marketing Jan. 8 Wednesday Start Your Online Store: Basic Jan. 23 Thursday Free Business Workshops 10 Best Mobile Apps for Your Business Jan. 9 Thursday Small Business Management Program: To register or request information, call 541-487-4855. iSBM: Setting up a Cloud Jan. 21 Tuesday iSBM: Google: Gmail, Drive, Calendar Feb. 18 Tuesday iSBM: Apps for the Cloud, incl. Insightly March 18 Tuesday SBM Classic: Pricing: Margin v. Mark-Up Jan. 7 Tuesday SBM Classic: Develop a Value Proposition Feb. 11 Tuesday SBM Classic: Customer Relationship Mgt. March 11 Tuesday Social Media (Two powerful classes in one day, in the same location. Sign up for both!) Facebook & Twitter: Getting Started March 20 Thursday Facebook & Twitter: Advanced for Business March 20 Thursday

6-9pm 6-9pm

XBA9600D XCA9602C

Lincoln City, Rm. 119 Lincoln City, Rm. 222

$39 $159

17 18

6-9pm 6-9pm 6-9pm 6-9pm 6-9pm

XCA9602G XCA9602D XCA9602E XCA9602F XCA9602H

Lincoln City, Rm. 222 Lincoln City, Rm. 222 Lincoln City, Rm. 222 Lincoln City, Rm. 222 Lincoln City, Rm. 222

$39 $39 $39 $39 $39

18 18 18 18 18

6-9pm

XBA9503T

Lincoln City, Rm. 208

$180

16

6-9pm 6-9pm 6-9pm 6-9pm

XBA9600L XBA9600E XCS9600G XCS0001F

Lincoln City, Rm. 222 Lincoln City, Rm. 222 Lincoln City, Rm. 222 Lincoln City, Rm. 222

$30 $30 $30 $30

17 17 17 18

2-5pm & 6-9pm 6-9pm 6-9pm

XCS9606A XBA9601D-Z1 XBA9601F

Lincoln City, Rm. 222 Lincoln City, Rm. 208 Lincoln City, Rm. 222

$180 $30 $30

18 18 18

6-8pm

Lincoln City, Rm. 108

Free

19

6-9pm 6-9pm 6-9pm 2-5pm 2-5pm 2-5pm

XBA9503D-Z1 XBA9503D-Z1 XBA9503D-Z1 XBA9503D-Z1 XBA9503D-Z1 XBA9503D-Z1

Lincoln City, Rm. 222 Lincoln City, Rm. 222 Lincoln City, Rm. 108 Lincoln City, Rm. 208 Lincoln City, Rm. 208 Lincoln City, Rm. 208

Varies Varies Varies Varies Varies Varies

15 15 15 15 15 15

1-4pm 6-9pm

XCS0001D XCS0001E

Lincoln City, Rm. 222 Lincoln City, Rm. 222

$30 $30

16 16

Small Business Management Program: To register or request information, call 541-487-4855. iSBM: Setting up a Cloud Jan. 15 Wednesday 6-9pm iSBM: Google: Gmail, Drive, Calendar Feb. 19 Wednesday 6-9pm iSBM: Apps for the Cloud, incl. Insightly March 19 Wednesday 6-9pm

waldport/south OCCC campus XBA9503D-Z1 XBA9503D-Z1 XBA9503D-Z1

Waldport Campus Waldport Campus Waldport Campus

Varies Varies Varies

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Small Business Management

Businesses: Join the SBM! The Small Business Management Program features one classroom session each month over the course of one year, plus monthly one-on-one counseling sessions ... and much more! What gets you up in the morning? What keeps you up at night? How would you like to have your own personal business consultant to meet with every month? Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to pick up the phone or e-mail someone whenever you had an inspiration, or a challenging business question? For almost two decades, the Oregon Coast Community College’s Small Business Development Center has offered a powerful Small Business Management Program, which can help you with: Money Management • Determine the exact level of sales that you will need to be profitable and pay for new assets, pay existing loans and make a living. • Read financial statements, and master the 25 key words that will make you sound like you have an MBA. • Track two expense percentages which are critical to your business’ success. • Use spreadsheets and QuickBooks to help run your business to achieve positive cash flow. Marketing • Collect and record the one key element to successful marketing in the Internet age. • Recognize a hidden aspect of marketing that, when mastered, can drastically improve operations and delivery. • Know the answer to the question, “Why should I choose you?” by developing your Unique Value Proposition. • Build customer trust and loyalty... and, while you’re at it, a better community for Lincoln County. Human Resources • Effectively build a supportive team at work and at home. • Create manuals and checklists so that you can manage effectively. • Build a business that complements your life and that builds wealth for your retirement

Over the course of a threeterm academic year, our participants receive: • Ten one-to-one, two-hour meetings with their SBM leader • Meetings with an informal support group of a number of other SBM members • Nine SBM-I classes, plus access to more than 21 SBM Advanced classes attended by your business peers.

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The SBM program is open to existing businesses. Pick the one that’s right for you! Our new iSBM program features in-depth technology-focused classroom instruction, and one-on-one counseling opportunities, along with traditional business education content. Led by Misty Lambrecht and Ron Spisso, the iSBM is the latest iteration of this powerful, cutting edge business education program. SBM I focuses on businesses in the early stages of development by concentrating on financial management and moving owners from a checkbook mentality to understanding financial statements. SBM II assists growing and mature businesses by helping owners increase market share and concentrating on developing efficient systems that result in higher profit margins. The cost of the program is $900 a year. All small businesses will qualify for local, state and national scholarships that typically bring the yearly cost down anything from zero dollars, to between $200 and $400, depending on funding from our sponsors. If you would like more information about the SBM program, contact the Small Business Development Center at Oregon Coast Community College, at 541-994-4166 or 541-487-4855, to request a free one-hour interview to see whether this program is for you.

Business scholarships available Many business owners don’t realize they are eligible for 100% tuition assistance for many SBDC programs. This year, Lincoln City businesses located within the city’s Urban Renewal District are eligible for 100% tuition assistance for one business class or program per term, thanks to a generous Economic Development Grant. All over the county, thousands of residents – and many small business owners – qualify as “low” or “moderate” income earners. Many don’t

realize that many of their neighbors, as well as their own families, may fit these criteria. For example, a family of four with an annual income of $44,800 would be defined as “moderate income,” and would be eligible for no-cost services from the SBDC for some of its most popular classes and programs. Are you eligible? Call 541-994-4166 to find out.

This material is based upon work supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration under Cooperative Agreement Number SBAHQ-12-B-0069. SBA’s funding is not an endorsement of any products, opinions, or services. All SBA funded programs are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested in advance. Contact the SBDC at Oregon Coast Community College, 3788 SE High School Dr., Lincoln City, OR 97367, or call 541-994-4166.

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Small Business Classes

Social media suite

Build Your Own Website (Includes Open Lab)

Social Media Open Lab

Work on your social media platforms live, with personal assistance

If you have attended a previous Social Media class at Oregon Coast Community College and would like to discuss the latest updates, changes made since the last class, or issues related to your fan page, this lab is for you. We will discuss the latest updates, plus tools like promote, insights, and the latest apps – along with Twitter changes. This is your chance to dig deeper into Social Media related issues and updates.

NEWPORT CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Thursday, March 13 • 6-9pm • Course #XCS9700A $30 • Room 70 • Instructor: Misty Lambrecht

Facebook & Twitter: Getting Started

This four-week course features 12 hours of instruction time in four three-hour sessions and lab time of four three-hour sessions to build a website with hands-on help from the instructor. Session One: Hosting, domain name, website layout, plan and strategy. Session Two: Picking your template and adding the pages for content and images. Session Three: Picking the right plug-ins for advanced functions and customer use. Session Four: Launching your site, tracking success. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to create a website using a template and modify the content of the website, add special features to the website with plug-in modules and choose where to host the website.

NEWPORT CAMPUS

With each passing year, Social Networking becomes more critical to the success of your business. Marketing your business is a dynamic and ever-changing challenge. This workshop will introduce you to social networking fundamentals such as Facebook fan pages. Participants will build a fan page, discuss page settings, upload cover and profile photos, discuss basic posts on the page and how to build an audience for their pages.

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Tuesdays • Jan. 7 to Feb. 4 (Excl. Jan. 21) • 2-5 pm & 6-9pm $180 • Room 244 & 70 • Instructor: Misty Lambrecht Course #XCS9606A

LINCOLN CITY CAMPUS

LINCOLN CITY CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Thursday, March 20 • 1-4pm • $30 • Rm. 222 Part of Social Media Day! Sign Up for “Advanced,” 6-9pm. See below. Instructor: Misty Lambrecht • Course #XCS0001D

NEWPORT CAMPUS

Wednesday, Feb. 26 • 6-9pm • Course #XCS0001D $30 • Room 70 • Instructor: Misty Lambrecht

Facebook & Twitter: Advanced for Business

Ready to take the next step in your business’ Social Media efforts? Participants in this advanced session will learn about Facebook applications that can help create more user-friendly pages. The class will also delve into Facebook insights, and will create Facebook ads. Participants will explore how to use Twitter to market their business, blog or website. After attending this session, you will be able to use the latest tools to help make social media easier and more manageable – and to do it in just 15 minutes a day! Among other tools, participants will learn how to use HootSuite to more efficiently manage social media platforms, enabling them to post Facebook updates, tweets and images.

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Thursdays • Feb. 13 to March 6 • 2-5pm & 6-9pm $180 • Room 211 & 222 • Instructor: Misty Lambrecht Course #XCS9606A

Website Tune-up Workshop

So, you have a website, but it lacks a certain... something. Perhaps your website is a little out of date. Maybe you’re curious about Google Analytics. Why aren’t people staying on your site longer? Why is no one clicking on a certain page? How can your website be more mobile friendly? Find answers to all these questions at this tune-up workshop, featuring one-on-one help from SBDC instructor, Misty Lambrecht.

NEWPORT CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Tuesday, March 11 • 6-9pm • $30 • Room 70 • Course #XCA9602X Instructor: Misty Lambrecht

lincoln city CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Thursday, March 20 • 6-9pm • Course #XCS0001E $30 • Room 222 • Instructor: Misty Lambrecht

Business Start-Ups & Tune-Ups

10-Week Entrepreneur’s Planning Course “This course is a must for those BEFORE they start a business, and a great ‘tune up’ for those already in business.” So said just one of our happy “Start Ups & Tune-Ups” students. To find out why our students are so passionate about this cornerstone SBDC course, sign up! This 30-hour course will help you match your personal and professional goals. You will assess your entrepreneurial make-up if you are a start-up business. If you are already in business, you will learn how to tune-up your business

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to run more smoothly. By developing a business plan framework that includes a mission statement, financial forecasts, marketing strategies, location, pricing, personnel and more, you will be planning for your future success. The $180 tuition includes a comprehensive notebook and study guide valued at $80. (Spouses and/or business partners may attend FREE, but must pre-register.)

LINCOLN CITY CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Tuesdays • Jan. 14 to March 18 6-9pm • Course #XBA9503T Rm. 208 • $180 • Scholarships available! Instructor: Reuben Johnsen oregoncoastbusiness.com • winter 2014 • 16


Small Business Classes Google Picasa:

Managing your photos, files and more in the Google cloud

Learn to use Google to find, edit and share your photos with the free Google Picasa utility. We will take a closer look at Google documents, presentations, and spreadsheets. You will learn to embed maps, calendars, videos and links, as well as how to translate documents to different languages, add headers, footers and more. Upon completion of the course a student will be able to: • Use Google documents with templates, embedded maps, videos, gadgets and translations • Edit and upload photos into Picasa • Create slide shows and simple collages with Picasa • Share pictures and video online and on websites Prerequisite: Must have Gmail account with username and password prior to first class. (Free, at google.com)

LINCOLN CITY CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Thursday • Jan. 9 • 6-9pm • Course #XCS9600G $30 • Room 222 • Instructor: Misty Lambrecht

Google: Gmail, Calendar & Drive

If people always tell you that you ‘have your head in the clouds,’ congratulations! Now, let us help you put your business there, too! In this course, you’ll enhance your Google search with product searches, book searches and blog searches. Then, we move beyond Google search to even more uses of Google products. This class will give an overview of Google’s free cloud-based software solutions including Google Documents, Calendar, Reader, Google 411 and more. Learn to create documents, create and share informational calendars and create news searches for feeds into your personal reader. Prerequisite: Must have Gmail account with username and password prior to first class. (Free, at google.com)

NEWPORT CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Wednesday • Feb. 5 • 6-9pm $30 • Room 70 • Instructor: Misty Lambrecht Course #XBA9600E

LINCOLN CITY CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Thursday, Jan. 30 • 6-9pm $30 • Room 222 • Course #XBA9600E Instructor: Misty Lambrecht

Google Analytics & Webmaster Tools

Google Analytics provides powerful digital analytics for anyone with a web presence, large or small. It’s one of the most powerful digital analytics solutions available – and it’s free for anyone to use. This class will help you see how Google analytics can track your ROI in the online presence you are investing in for your business. If you have website for your business, this is the tool to use to track its performance. Where are your visitors coming from? What are they doing while they are there? How did they find you? How many are using a mobile phone to view your site? This is critical information as your company grows its global presence. Participants will learn how to use Analytics to track a variety of webbased content. • Tracking multiple websites • Google Analytics can track all the websites you own. Learn how to set up multiple profiles in your account, so you can view individual reports for specific domains or sub-domains. • Participants will also learn how to use Google Analytics to track their pages on Facebook, WordPress or other platforms. Prerequisite: Must have Gmail account with username and password prior to first class. Free, at google.com

LINCOLN CITY CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Thursday, Feb. 6 • 6-9pm • $30 • Room 222 Instructor: Misty Lambrecht • Course #XBA9600L 17 • winter 2014 • @occcsharks

The SBDC’s accounting suite Shoebox Bookkeeping

Good-old “low-tech” accounting! Would you like to learn some basic, fundamental accounting skills? This class will cover the basics, such as: setting up a general ledger and chart of accounts, accounts payable and receivable and recording start-up costs. This class is also a good refresher course for individuals who currently do computer bookkeeping. Please bring your calculator.

NEWPORT CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Wednesday, Feb. 12 • 1-4pm • Course #XBA9600D $39 • Room 244 • Instructor: TBA

LINCOLN CITY CAMPUS

Tuesday, Feb. 25 • 6-9pm Course #XBA9600D Lincoln City Campus • $39 • Room 119 Instructor: Kathie Gordon-Brooks

QuickBooks 1 Intro & More (Two weeks)

QuickBooks is an easy-to-use accounting system for small businesses and has become the software of choice for many business owners. This course will give you a look at the scope of capabilities of QuickBooks Pro 2013 and how to use the basic functions to get started. Topics will include the chart of accounts, financial management glossary, creating a company file, recording sales and paying bills. You will receive a comprehensive Student Guide. Students must have a basic knowledge of working with MS Windows or receive prior approval from the instructor. It is also highly recommended that students take “Shoebox Bookkeeping” as a refresher to this course. This will be a hands-on computer course with active discussion. This 6-hour class will be held in 3-hour blocks over two sessions.

NEWPORT CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Thursdays, Feb. 13 & 20 • 9am-Noon • Course #XCS9602Q $99 • Room 70 • Instructor: TBA

QuickBooks Pro For Business

This 6-hour class is for more advanced users. You will look at the scope of the capabilities of the software, learn how to master its basic functions and customize it to your way of working. You will discuss creating a chart of accounts, vendors, and customers, recording sales and paying bills. During the second session you will learn how to produce reports, how to reconcile accounts, and create journal entries. Students must have a basic knowledge of working with MS Windows and computers. This is a hands-on computer course; a comprehensive workbook will be provided and used to teach QuickBooks Pro 2013. This 6-hour class will be held in 3-hour blocks over two weeks.

NEWPORT CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Thursdays, March 13 & 20 • 1-4pm • Course #XCS9602Q $99 • Room 70 • Instructor: TBA


Small Business Classes Start Your Online Store: Basic

Before you decide which kind of online store software to choose, you first need to know some of the basics. In this 3-hour class you will learn what options are available for an online shopping cart. When you leave you will understand the basics of selling online, including making choices on a shipping carrier, shopping cart, hosting, and online sales management. You will also learn how to best display your products online and how to market your online website using the right keywords. In addition you will know when to get a merchant account, how to set up PayPal buttons, PayPal calculated shipping, product display pictures and Google checkout. This class will help you in determining the best type of store for the number of products you have to sell. This workshop does not include selling on eBay.

LINCOLN CITY CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Thursday, Jan. 23 • 6-9pm $30 • Room 222 • Instructor: Misty Lambrecht Course #XBA9601F

Social Media Marketing: Google Plus, Linkedin & Pinterest

QuickBooks Pro 2013: 5-Part Series in Lincoln City

This course combines five 3-hour QuickBooks Pro 2013 classes under one course. 1) QuickBooks Financial, 2) QuickBooks Tips and Tricks, 3) QuickBooks Sales Transactions, 4) QuickBooks Vendor Transactions, and 5) QuickBooks Payroll. The total cost is $159. Or, take individual classes as listed below.

LINCOLN CITY CAMPUS

Rm. 222 Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Time: 6 pm to 9 pm Instructor: Kathie Gordon-Brooks Cost: $159 for 5, or choose individual sessions at $39/ea. Course #XCA9602C

1—QuickBooks Financial Reports • Feb. 4 ($39)

Learn how to record the various transactions you have in your business, reconcile your checking accounts, reconcile your loans, and provide your banker with accurate reports. You will also learn how to understand your Profit and Loss Report and what a Balance Sheet tells you. Finally, you will learn what you need to do at year-end for governmental reporting and business analysis.

Enhance your business with Google Plus. This new kid on the Social Media block gives you powerful tools to connect directly with clients and other social media platforms. In this course, participants will learn how to create circles and find public circles and to use Hangouts to connect directly with clients. Want to create a business page within Google Plus? Get ideas for content for your social media efforts, help to understand keywords, and “become social” in the platform that’s right for your business. The course will also explore other social media sites, including, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Kickstarter.

LINCOLN CITY CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Wednesday, Jan. 29 • 6-9pm • Course #XCS0001F $30 • Room 222 • Instructor: Misty Lambrecht

E-mail marketing: Constant Contact

Ready to really connect with your customers? Keep in touch, and keep them informed, using Constant Contact, one of the leading and easiest-to-use email marketing platforms available. This class will introduce you to the power of Constant Contact, and walk you through the basic operations. It’s a great way to “test-drive” the program prior to purchasing the service, or to ramp-up your skills if you’re already a user.

LINCOLN CITY CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Wednesday, Jan. 8 • 6-9pm • $30 • Room 208 • Course #XBA9601D-Z1 Instructor: Misty Lambrecht

2—QuickBooks Tips and Tricks • Feb. 11 ($39)

Learn how to navigate through the QuickBooks software like a pro. You will learn the software “big picture,” version choices, capabilities, chart of accounts, backing up, keyboard shortcuts, memorized transactions, pre-set forms, customizing other forms, and some trouble-shooting. Q & A encouraged.

3—QuickBooks Sales Transactions • March 4 ($39)

Learn how to record the various transactions you have with customers and have QuickBooks give you understandable reports. You will also learn ways to understand your accounts receivable, aging reports, record payments on account, record recurring sales invoices, and analyze customer statistics.

4—QuickBooks Vendor Transactions • March 11 ($39)

Learn how to record the various transactions you have with vendors and have QuickBooks give you understandable reports. You will also learn ways to understand your accounts payable, cash flow needs, and cost reports.

Google Hummingbird: SEO Revisited

Google’s powerful new algorithm will make your searches more intuitive, effective and quick. But, how will it affect your business’ website’s performance and ranking? Find out in this powerful new one-night class.

NEWPORT CAMPUS

Fast sign-up, at oregoncoastbusiness.com Tuesday, Feb. 25 • 6-9pm • $30 • Room 140 • Course #XBA9600M Instructor: Misty Lambrecht

5—QuickBooks Payroll • March 18 ($39)

Learn how to process payroll checks, payroll taxes, payroll liabilities and payroll reports. Record the various transactions you have in your business, reconcile your checking accounts, reconcile your loans, and provide your banker with accurate reports. Also, learn ways to understand your Profit and Loss Report and what a Balance Sheet tells you. oregoncoastbusiness.com • winter 2014 • 18


Small Business Classes Free business workshops

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Warm up your business this winter with these powerful – and FREE – events, presented by your local Small Business Development Center. We select these topics for our free events based on new, powerful tools we encounter that could be of value to Oregon Coast businesses, and based on comments and requests from you – the business owners and managers we serve. Have a suggestion for a future free workshop? Call 541-994-4166 and let us know!

The 10 best mobile apps for you ... and your business Odds are, you’ve got more computing power in your hip pocket right now than did the computers that powered Apollo 11 on its voyage to the moon. Your customers carry those smartphones, too ... and they are just as reliant on those tools as you are. Don’t miss this free workshop, featuring Lincoln City entrepreneur Lindsey Johnson, who will walk you through some of the best apps to help drive sales, and boost productivity. Johnson will be using Android-based devices, though many apps may work on iOS and Windows platforms, too.

lincoln city CAMPUS

Thursday, Jan. 9 • 6-8pm FREE • Room 108 • Instructor: Lindsey Johnson Reserve your seat! Call 541-994-4166

Managing your online reputation: Yelp!, Travelocity & more

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Consumers are relying more and more on the “crowd in the cloud” to help make travel, dining and shopping decisions. Find out key strategies you can implement to ensure your business is represented favorably on these platforms. People are talking about your business right now, like it or not. Here’s your chance to jump into the conversation to help better inform existing customers and potential prospects.

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Thursday, Jan. 16 • 6-9pm FREE • Room 140 • Instructor: Misty Lambrecht Reserve your seat! Call 541-994-4166

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Pub Talk: New business technologies... in 3-D!

3-D printing is already showing up in various applications here in Oregon. What might this new technology mean for your business? What of other new technological developments? As the world gets ever more mobile, this free workshop is designed to help you make the most of these new tools and tactics. Join the informal, after-hours conversation over snacks and no-host beverages.

NEWPORT CAMPUS

Thursday, Jan. 23 • 6-9pm Instructor: Ron Spisso Reserve your seat! Call 541-994-4166 19 • winter 2014 • @occcsharks

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