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TABLE OF CONTENTS Index of Courses, alphabetical.......................... 4

English as a Second Language (ESL)...............33

Employee Training & Workforce Development.......................................................... 7

Test Preparation..................................................37

Veteran Approved Non-Degree Programs...... 8 Online Courses....................................................... 9 Health Care.........................................................10

Construction..........................................................38 Specialized Careers...........................................39 Personal Enrichment............................................41

Business.................................................................23

Kids & Teens.........................................................52

Computers and Technology...............................29

Registration Form................................................56

Careers in Education..........................................34

Policy & Refund Information.............................57

___________ OPEN HOUSES ___________ Medical Billing, Medical Coding, & Health Information Management as a Career

Saturday, January 21 • 9:00am–Noon • Snow date: Saturday, January 28 Grunin Center (Bldg. #11) • Rm. A224

Spring Open House Tuesday, January 24 • 3:30-6:30pm • Snow date: Thursday, January 26 Library (Bldg. #3) • Ground Floor

Business, Technology, & Specialized Careers Tuesday, February 7 • 3:30-6:30pm • Snow date: Thursday, February 9 Library (Bldg. #3) • Ground Floor

Kids' & Teens' Summer Camp Saturday, February 25 • 9:00am-1:00pm • Wednesday, March 1 • 4:00pm-6:30pm Library (Bldg. #3) • Ground Floor

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT OPTIONS • online • in-person • phone • mail

• Register and pay online with credit/debit card. Visit our website at www.ocean.edu/cpe.htm • Register and pay by phone with credit/debit card. Call 732-255-0404. • Register in person at the CPE Office (Building #3, ground floor) and pay at the Cashier’s Office (Building #1, 2nd floor) with cash, check, money order, credit/debit card. • Sallie Mae loans are available for select certificate programs. Submit your loan application at www.salliemae.com and get approval before registering for your class. • OCC Payment plans are available for CPE courses with next to the title. Register in CPE office (Building #3 ground floor). Complete and submit the payment plan with deposit in person at the Cashier’s office (Building #1, 2nd floor). • Register by mail and pay with check or money order. Send your completed registration form to CPE (Continuing & Professional Education). Ocean County College, PO Box 2001, Toms River, NJ 08754 (Make check payable to Ocean County College. • Sponsored registration & billing purchase orders, vouchers, and letter of intent are accepted by mail, email, or fax. A completed registration form must accompany these documents. For more information about registration and payment options, contact cpeinfo@ocean.edu or call 732-255-0409. Page 2 

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CAREER & CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS • SPRING 2017 We offer opportunities for fast track career training leading to immediate employment upon program completion. Most of these fast track training programs run from three to six months and serve as a successful career ladder with future educational growth. Specific programs may articulate to college credit and/or prepare you to take the exams for/or provide state/national certifications.

Health Careers

Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist Certificate • Certified Medication Aide Certificate Dental Assisting Certificate • EKG Technician Training Certificate Health Information Management • Homemaker/Home Health Aide Certificate Massage Therapy Professional Development • Medical Assistant Certificate Medical Billing Professional Certificate • Medical Coding Professional Certificate Medical Office Specialist Certificate • Meditation Series Program NEW! Nutrition Specialist Certificate • NEW! Patient Care Technician/Assistant Certificate Personal Trainer Certificate • Pharmacy Technician Certificate Phlebotomy Technician Training Certificate • Physical Therapy Aide Certificate

Business

Bookkeeping & Office Manager Certificate Program Entrepreneur Certificate • Legal Office Assistant Certificate

Technology

Adobe Photoshop Certificate • Digital Blueprint Certificate • Excel Certificate QuickBooks Certificate • System Administrator Certificate (Security+, Network+, A+)

Specialized Careers

Animal Control Officer Certification • Bartending Certification Child Development Associate Credential • ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification Uniform Construction Technical Assistant Certification

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INDEX OF OF COURSES OFFERED OFFERED INDEX COURSES COURSES......................................................... Page Course Code A Business Plan......................................................................... 23 CEBM-233-01 A+ Prep..................................................................................... 31 CECI-749-01 Adult Hip Hop.......................................................................... 44 CEPE-431-01 Alternative Dispute Resolution.............................................. 25 CEBM-406-01 Anatomy & Physiology Online.............................................. 14 CEHO-104-OL 01 Anatomy & Physiology........................................................... 14 CEHS-194-01 Animal Control Officer Certification................................... 39 CEPA-118-01 Barnegat Bay Naturalists (Ages 18+)................................. 40 CEBS-135-01 Bartending Certification........................................................ 40 CEFO-204-01 Bartending Certification........................................................ 40 CEFO-204-02 Bartending Certification........................................................ 40 CEFO-204-03 Bartending Certification........................................................ 40 CEFO-204-04 Basic & Intermediate Genealogy........................................ 47 CESS-123-01 Basic Sign Language.............................................................. 46 CECC-212-01 Basic Sign Language: Part II................................................. 46 CECC-213-01 Basics of Board Meetings...................................................... 25 CEBM-732-01 Becoming the Ideal Leader................................................... 27 CEED-239-01 Beginner Spanish..................................................................... 46 CEFL-216-01 Belly Dancing...........................................................................44 CEPE-014-02 Belly Dancing...........................................................................44 CEPE-014-03 Birdie Golf (Ages 6-10)......................................................... 51 CEPE-343-01 Birdie Golf (Ages 6-10)......................................................... 51 CEPE-343-02 Birdie/Eagle Golf: Intermediate (Ages 8-15)................... 51 CEPE-357-01 Birdie/Eagle Golf: Intermediate (Ages 8-15)................... 51 CEPE-357-02 Building Trust: Training & Retaining Your Employees....... 28 CEBM-731-01 Building Positive Relationships.............................................. 34 CEED-194-01 Business & Professional Writing........................................... 28 CEBM-730-01 Business Start-Up Workshop................................................. 23 CEBM-231-01 Child Development Associate 102....................................... 34 CEED-358-01 Certified Medication Aide Certificate................................ 20 CEHS-344-01 Classic Watercolor.................................................................. 41 CEFA-443-01 Classroom Management........................................................ 34 CEED-154-01 Computerized Medisoft Billing............................................. 12 CEHS-192-01 Computerized Medisoft Online.............................................11 CEHO-108-OL 01 Computers 101......................................................................... 29 CECI-689-01 Conversational Italian I.......................................................... 46 CEFL-101-01 Conversational Italian II......................................................... 46 CEFL-102-01 CPC Exam Prep........................................................................ 15 CEHS-267-01 CPT Coding I & II..................................................................... 15 CEHS-309-01 Creative Art Experience........................................................ 34 CEED-131-01 Curriculum Planning................................................................ 34 CEED-127-01 Defensive Driving DDC-6...................................................... 47 CEPA-117-01 Dental Assisting Certificate................................................... 19 CEHS-126-01 Dental Assisting Certificate................................................... 19 CEHS-126-02 Digital Photography: Intermediate...................................... 42 CEFA-727-01 Digital Photography: Advanced........................................... 42 CEFA-750-01 Digital Photography: Intro..................................................... 42 CEFA-726-01 Eagle Golf (Ages 11-15)........................................................ 51 CEPE-350-01 Eagle Golf (Ages 11-15)........................................................ 51 CEPE-350-02 EHR & CEHRS Exam Prep...................................................... 12 CEHS-333-01 EHR & CEHRS Exam Prep Online......................................... 12 CEHO-109-OL 01 EKG Technician Training Certificate.................................... 18 CEHS-168-01 Excel 2013 Advanced............................................................ 30 CECI-635-01 Excel 2013 Advanced............................................................ 30 CECI-635-02 Excel 2013 Beginner............................................................... 30 CECI-684-01 Excel 2013 Beginner............................................................... 30 CECI-684-02 Excel 2013 Intermediate........................................................ 30 CECI-634-01 Excel 2013 Intermediate........................................................ 30 CECI-634-02 Exercise Special Populations................................................. 18 CEHS-311-01 FastTrack CPT Coding I & II Online..................................... 14 CEHO-120-OL 01 Page 4 ď Ž

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Course Dates 2/18/2017 2/13/2017-5/17/2017 1/26/2017-3/16/2017 3/9/2017 2/21/2017-5/19/2017 2/21/2017-5/9/2017 2/13/2017-6/5/2017 4/5/2017-5/24/2017 1/23/2017-1/27/2017 2/18/2017-2/26/2017 3/20/2017-3/24/2017 4/24/2017-4/28/2017 2/25/2017-4/1/2017 2/7/2017-3/14/2017 3/28/2017-5/2/2017 2/23/2017-2/23/2017 2/4/2017 1/25/2017-2/22/2017 1/23/2017-4/10/2017 1/28/2017-4/8/2017 4/1/2017-4/22/2017 5/6/2017-5/27/2017 4/2/2017-4/23/2017 5/7/2017-5/28/2017 3/6/2017-3/8/2017 5/1/2017-5/10/2017 4/13/2017-4/20/2017 2/4/2017 3/13/2017-5/24/2017 2/13/2017-3/4/2017 2/28/2017-4/11/2017 3/27/2017-4/5/2017 2/27/2017-5/1/2017 2/22/2017-5/19/2017 4/18/2017-5/2/2017 3/7/2017-5/2/2017 3/2/2017-4/27/2017 2/17/2017-5/20/2017 2/13/2017-5/15/2017 2/6/2017-2/15/2017 3/13/2017-3/22/2017 4/22/2017 2/10/2017-6/9/2017 2/10/2017-6/9/2017 3/14/2017-4/4/2017 4/25/2017-5/9/2017 2/21/2017-3/7/2017 4/1/2017-4/22/2017 5/6/2017-5/27/2017 2/15/2017-5/10/2017 2/23/2017-5/19/2017 2/15/2017-5/3/2017 4/13/2017-4/27/2017 3/7/2017-3/14/2017 3/2/2017-3/16/2017 2/7/2017-2/14/2017 3/23/2017-4/6/2017 2/21/2017-2/28/2017 5/6/2017-5/6/2017 2/21/2017-5/19/2017

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INDEX OF COURSES OFFERED COURSES......................................................... Page Course Code Financing a Small Business.................................................... 23 CEBM-232-01 Fire Protection HHS................................................................. 38 CEPS-412-01 Forensics: "MysteryGunfire" (Ages 8-16)........................... 52 CEED-232-01 Forensics: "Serial Killer" (Ages 10-16)................................ 52 CEED-233-01 Forensics: "Catch a Bank Robber" (Ages 10-16).............. 52 CEED-234-01 Get Golf Ready....................................................................... 49 CEPE-346-01 Get Golf Ready....................................................................... 49 CEPE-346-02 Get Paid to Talk (Ages 18 & Up)......................................... 40 CEFA-421-01 Get Paid to Talk (Ages 18 & Up)......................................... 40 CEFA-421-02 Google Docs 101.................................................................... 29 CECI-744-01 Health Info Management Certification Online................. 16 CEHO-125-OL 01 Healthcare Career Exploration............................................ 10 CEHP-312-01 Healthcare Provider CPR....................................................... 20 CEHS-269-01 Healthcare Provider CPR....................................................... 20 CEHS-269-02 High School Equivalency Prep (Ages 16+)........................ 37 CEED-350-01 High School Equivalency Prep (Ages 16+)........................ 37 CEED-350-02 High School Equivalency Prep (Ages 16+)........................ 37 CEED-350-03 High School Equivalency Prep (Ages 16+)........................ 37 CEED-350-04 Hip Hop for Boys (Ages 8-13).............................................. 50 CEPE-297-01 Hip Hop for Girls (Ages 8-13).............................................. 50 CEPE-298-01 Hip Hop/Lyrical Combo (Ages 14-18)................................ 50 CEPE-300-01 Hip Hop/Lyrical Combo (Ages 9-13)................................... 50 CEPE-299-01 Homemaker/Home Health Aide........................................... 19 CEHS-340-01 HOPA House Older Person Act............................................ 25 CEBM-708-01 HR: Employee Issues for Small Business Owners............... 28 CEBM-725-01 HR for Small Business Owners.............................................. 28 CEBM-724-01 HR Management: The Essentials........................................... 28 CEBM-718-01 HR: Job Description, Succession Planning, & Recruit........ 28 CEBM-719-01 HR: Legal Primer/Managing Employee Issues................... 28 CEBM-717-01 ICD-10-CM Coding................................................................. 15 CEHS-312-01 ICD-10-CM Coding Online................................................... 14 CEHO-126-OL 01 Intermediate Spanish.............................................................. 46 CEFL-217-01 Intro to Blogging...................................................................... 25 CECI-724-01 Intro to Teaching Profession.................................................. 35 SRED-510-01 Intro to Teaching Profession.................................................. 35 SRED-512-01 Lady Golf for Beginners........................................................ 49 CEPE-344-01 Lady Golf for Beginners........................................................ 49 CEPE-344-02 Lady Golf Intermediate......................................................... 49 CEPE-356-01 Lady Golf Intermediate......................................................... 49 CEPE-356-02 Legal Correspondence........................................................... 26 CELW-114-01 Legal Office Procedures........................................................ 26 CELW-111-01 Legal Office Projects.............................................................. 26 CELW-115-01 Legal Terminology................................................................... 26 CELW-107-01 Let's Enjoy Piano: Beginner (18+)......................................... 46 CEFA-735-01 Let's Enjoy Piano Jazz: Beginner (18+)............................... 46 CEFA-742-01 Luminous Palette of Pastels................................................... 41 CEFA-437-01 Marketing Strategies.............................................................. 23 CEBM-277-01 Medical Insurance Practices Online.....................................11 CEHO-103-OL 01 Medical Terminology I & II Online........................................11 CEHO-102-OL 01 Medical Assistant Certificate................................................ 16 CEHS-305-01 Medical Assistant Certificate................................................ 16 CEHS-305-02 Medical Billing & Insurance Practices................................. 12 CEHS-274-01 Medical Genealogy............................................................... 47 CESS-126-01 Medical Malpractice for Paralegal..................................... 20 CEHS-314-01 Medical Office Specialist Certificate................................. 17 CEHS-188-01 Medical Terminology II........................................................... 12 CEHS-117-01 Medical Terminology I............................................................ 12 CEHS-112-01 Meditation Series Program................................................... 21 CEPE-436-01 Microsoft Office 2013............................................................ 29 CECI-632-01 To Register

visit www.ocean.edu/cpe.htm

or call 732.255.0404

Course Dates 2/18/2017 2/6/2017-5/22/2017 2/4/2017-2/18/2017 3/4/2017-3/18/2017 4/22/2017-5/6/2017 4/5/2017-4/26/2017 5/3/2017-5/24/2017 2/13/2017 5/11/2017 2/18/2017-2/25/2017 2/27/2017-5/15/2017 2/7/2017-2/9/2017 2/25/2017 4/29/2017 2/3/2017-2/24/2017 2/18/2017-3/11/2017 3/10/2017-3/31/2017 5/6/2017-6/3/2017 1/23/2017-3/27/2017 1/24/2017-3/14/2017 1/25/2017-3/15/2017 1/25/2017-3/15/2017 3/20/2017-4/17/2017 2/9/2017-2/16/2017 3/18/2017-3/25/2017 4/1/2017-4/8/2017 3/6/2017-3/8/2017 3/20/2017-3/22/2017 3/13/2017-3/15/2017 2/15/2017-5/17/2017 2/22/2017-5/19/2017 3/1/2017-4/5/2017 2/2/2017 2/3/2017-2/5/2017 4/26/2017-5/22/2017 4/1/2017-4/22/2017 5/6/2017-5/27/2017 4/1/2017-4/15/2017 5/6/2017-5/20/2017 3/1/2017-3/23/2017 4/3/2017-5/2/2017 3/29/2017-4/20/2017 2/27/2017-3/27/2017 2/4/2017-2/25/2017 3/4/2017-3/25/2017 2/27/2017-4/10/2017 4/8/2017-4/22/2017 2/21/2017-5/19/2017 2/21/2017-5/19/2017 2/6/2017-6/1/2017 2/7/2017-11/30/2017 2/16/2017-5/4/2017 5/6/2017-5/13/2017 2/14/2017-4/4/2017 2/13/2017-5/18/2017 2/15/2017-5/3/2017 2/13/2017-5/8/2017 2/23/2017-3/16/2017 3/21/2017-4/25/2017  Page 5


INDEX OF COURSES OFFERED COURSES......................................................... Page Course Code MS Office 2016: Conversion Training................................. 29 CECI-745-01 MS Outlook 2013.................................................................... 29 CECI-746-01 Network + & PC Administration........................................... 31 CECI-716-01 Nutrition Detectives (Ages 7-12)........................................... 51 CEED-237-01 Nutrition Specialist Certificate............................................. 20 CEHS-350-01 Office Specialist Certified Bookkeeper............................. 27 CEBM-728-01 Oil Painting............................................................................... 41 CEFA-107-01 Organ Donation....................................................................... 21 CEHS-299-01 Patient Care Tech/Assistant Certificate.............................. 17 CEHS-313-01 Personal Branding................................................................... 27 CEBM-729-01 Personal Trainer Certificate.................................................. 18 CEHS-193-01 Pharmacy Tech & PTCB Prep................................................ 18 CEHS-315-01 Pharmacy Tech & PTCB Exam Prep..................................... 18 CEHO-127-OL 01 Phlebotomy Technician Training Certificate...................... 18 CEHS-283-01 Photoshop.................................................................................. 32 CECI-625-01 Photoshop, Advanced............................................................. 32 CECI-620-01 Physical Therapy Aide Certificate....................................... 20 CEHS-412-01 Professionalism......................................................................... 34 CEED-189-01 Qigong/Tai Chi Advanced.................................................... 44 CEPE-284-01 Qigong/Tai Chi for Beginners.............................................. 44 CEPE-214-01 QuickBooks Certificate........................................................... 30 CECI-748-01 Recordkeeping for Small Business....................................... 23 CEBM-276-01 Reiki and Chakras................................................................... 22 CEPE-438-01 Reiki Symbols............................................................................ 21 CEPE-437-01 Retirement Planning Today................................................... 47 CEFP-016-01 Retirement Planning Today................................................... 47 CEFP-016-02 SAT Prep.................................................................................... 37 CEED-361-01 Science and the Young Child................................................ 34 CEED-137-01 Security+................................................................................... 31 CECI-750-01 Sensitivity Super Powers........................................................ 50 CEED-231-01 ServSafe Food Protection Certificate................................. 39 CEFO-802-01 ServSafe Food Protection Certificate................................. 39 CEFO-802-02 ServSafe Food Protection Certificate................................. 39 CEFO-802-03 ServSafe Food Protection Certificate................................. 39 CEFO-802-04 Seva Acupressure - Self Care............................................... 22 CEHS-348-01 Sharing Via Dropbox, MS365.............................................. 32 CECI-747-01 Social Media Strategy........................................................... 25 CECI-718-01 Spanish for Healthcare Professionals Certificate............. 21 CEHP-501-01 Spring into Health: Hormone Balance................................ 43 CEED-236-01 TEAS Prep................................................................................. 20 CEHS-332-01 TEAS Prep................................................................................. 20 CEHS-332-02 Technical Assistant Cert.......................................................... 38 CEPS-127-01 The Brilliant Dog...................................................................... 39 CEPE-360-01 The Sugar Blues....................................................................... 43 CEED-238-01 Using Facebook & Pinterest.................................................. 25 CECI-722-01 Using LinkedIn & Google+.................................................... 25 CECI-721-01 Using Twitter & Instagram..................................................... 25 CECI-725-01 Veterinary Assistant................................................................ 16 CEHS-416-01 Western European Genealogy............................................ 47 CESS-124-01 White Light Reiki Certification Level 1............................... 22 CEPE-105-01 White Light Reiki Certification Level 2............................... 22 CEPE-106-01 World of Model Rockets (Ages 7-12).................................. 52 CEET-168-01 Yoga for Everybody - Beginner........................................... 45 CEPE-266-01 Yogalates.................................................................................. 45 CEPE-254-01 Zumba Toning........................................................................... 45 CEPE-271-01 Page 6 ď Ž

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Course Dates 3/11/2017-3/18/2017 3/7/2017-3/14/2017 2/14/2017-5/23/2017 4/15/2017 4/2/2017-4/30/2017 2/13/2017-6/15/2017 3/7/2017-5/16/2017 3/8/2017 2/13/2017-6/2/2017 3/27/2017-4/5/2017 2/12/2017-3/19/2017 2/13/2017-3/23/2017 2/21/2017-3/24/2017 2/16/2017-6/2/2017 3/13/2017-4/3/2017 4/24/2017-5/15/2017 2/21/2017-4/11/2017 5/15/2017-5/24/2017 4/4/2017-5/9/2017 2/21/2017-3/28/2017 3/1/2017-5/24/2017 4/29/2017 3/4/2017 2/18/2017 3/2/2017-3/9/2017 3/7/2017-3/14/2017 1/26/2017-3/16/2017 1/23/2017-2/1/2017 2/16/2017-6/1/2017 3/11/2017-5/13/2017 2/7/2017 3/21/2017 4/18/2017 5/9/2017 4/1/2017 3/25/2017-4/1/2017 1/26/2017 1/24/2017-3/21/2017 2/18/2017 2/18/2017-4/29/2017 2/16/2017-3/30/2017 2/7/2017-3/28/2017 5/3/2017-5/10/2017 3/25/2017 3/28/2017 3/23/2017 4/6/2017 2/12/2017-5/21/2017 4/8/2017-4/22/2017 2/25/2017 3/11/2017 5/13/2017-5/14/2017 2/9/2017-3/30/2017 1/24/2017-3/28/2017 1/23/2017-3/27/2017

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ATTENTION EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES! OCC Business Engagement works with employers to provide your employees with skills training. In some instances, training may be grant funded tuition free and can be customized to individual industries.

COURSES INCLUDE: Basic Skills

„„Computers: Windows, Excel, Word, Power Point, Outlook, C+, C#, SharePoint „„Verbal, Written & Customer Service Communications „„Mathematics & Measurement „„ESL & Spanish in the Workplace

Enhancing Employability Skills

„„Team Building: How to Work on a Committee „„Problem Solving „„Personal Management & Business Professionalism „„Time Management „„Customer Service for All Businesses „„How to Answer the Telephone „„Upward Mobility Managerial Development Workshop Series

Other Available Services „„Conduct a Needs Analysis „„Provide a Cost Benefit Analysis „„Curriculum to Meet Company Specific Needs „„Training in Person or Online „„After Training Evaluation „„Opportunity to Use Company

Employees as Instructors

Contact

Michael Forcella, Manager of Business Engagement 732.255.0400 ext. 2157 mforcella@ocean.edu OCC is a member of NJ Community College Consortium for Workforce & Economic Development and the New Jersey Business and Industry Association (NJBIA)

To Register

visit www.ocean.edu/cpe.htm

or call 732.255.0404

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KEY TO COURSE SYMBOLS OCC Payment plans are available for CPE courses with the dollar-sign icon next to the title. Register in person at the CPE office (OCC Library, Building #3, ground floor). Complete and submit the payment plan with deposit in person at the Cashier’s office (Building #1, 2nd floor).

The Department of Veterans Affairs has approved the following programs for veterans educational benefits. Look for the ribbon throughout the catalog. „„ Adobe Photoshop „„ Animal Control Officer „„ Certified Electronic Health Record „„ Certified Professional Coder

Exam Prep

„„ Child Development Associate

Credential

„„ Dental Assisting „„ EKG Technician „„ Entrepreneur Certificate „„ Medical Assistant Certificate „„ Medical Billing Professional Certificate „„ Medical Office Specialist „„ Patient Care Technician

„„ Personal Trainer „„ Pharmacy Technician „„ Phlebotomy Technician „„ Physical Therapy Aide „„ QuickBooks „„ System Administrator Certificate „„ Technical Assistant „„ Test of Essential Academic Skills Prep

(TEAS)

Become a Certified Veterinary Assistant! Veterinary Assistants are an integral part of the veterinary healthcare team.

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Too Busy to Travel to Campus? STUDY

WITH OCC!

 OCC Continuing Education Online Learning Flexible, fast-track training approach to instructor-led online learning. For additional information or to register for these courses, visit our website www.ocean.edu/cpe.htm or call 732-255-0409.

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 nline Learning: Instructor-Led Courses O & Career Training Programs

Instructor-Led Courses Are you looking for professional development or personal enrichment online courses? These six-week online courses are the perfect way to learn a new skill or enhance existing ones. A new session starts every month; you can sign up anytime. Career Training Programs Are you looking to start a new career or gain skills to advance in your existing one? You can start these online career training programs anytime and work at a pace that suits your individual style. For additional information or to register for these courses, visit www.ed2go.com/ocean.

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Online: A Variety of Self-Paced Classes

Ocean County College now offers a variety of self-paced classes in partnership with MindEdge Online Learning. Courses include Communication, Finance, Human Resource Management, International Trade, Leadership, Project Management Long Courses and Six Sigma & Lean. For a list of courses or to register, visit http://ocean.mindedgeonline.com/partner/courses/index.php For more information or questions regarding OCC's online options and programs, please email cpeinfo@ocean.edu.

Students in the Certified Veterinary Assistant course are trained to provide assistance in the following: „„Office procedures & client relations „„Pharmacy/preventative healthcare „„Behavior & restraint „„Animal nursing „„Laboratory procedures „„Surgical & recovery room assistance „„Radiology & emergency response Successful graduates will receive an Ocean County College Certificate of Completion and will be eligible to sit for the National Approved Veterinary Assistant Exam. (NAVTA exam fee not included in tuition). See page 16 for Spring 2017 course information. To Register

visit www.ocean.edu/cpe.htm

or call 732.255.0404

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HEALTH CARE HEALTH CARE

FUTURES IN HEALTH CARE

OPEN HOUSE

Medical Billing, Medical Coding & Health Information Management as a Career

Saturday, January 21 • 9:00am-Noon (Snow date Saturday, January 28)

Jay and Linda Grunin Center for the Arts • Room A224 Be a part of the growing health care industry by starting a career as a billing, medical coding and HIM professional. Medical billers, coders, and Health Information Management specialists hold a very important position in the medical field. Achieve a rewarding job opportunity in the health care industry, either in a home business or working in a health care facility. Learn how to complete a medical billing, coding, EHR, & Health Information Management certificate either online or in a traditional classroom. No cost. For more information, email cpeinfo@ocean.edu.

Health Care Career Exploration Seminar Many jobs in the Allied Health field are in demand! Start now to find out about a career in Allied Health so that you can make an informed decision on what direction you want to go. You will learn how to research for information such as the job outlook, nature of the work, earnings, qualifications and employment history for the training opportunities in our Allied Health program. Cost: $29 • Course Code: CEHP-312-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • Feb 7-Feb 9 • T,TH • 9:00am-12:00pm “I owe my Health Information Management success and continuing personal growth to Ocean County College! I have been able to promote up through the “ranks” of the Medical Record/Health Information Management field/industry over these last six years. My current title is: Health Information Specialist for a Community Health Center. In my realm of employment, I am able to utilize the skills and knowledge which I gained from OCC through their online CPE Health Care Certification programs.” Stacey Spilka, CEHRS

Displaced Homemakers Program of Ocean County Have you lost your major source of financial support because of death, disability, separation or divorce? The Displaced Homemakers Program of Ocean County can help! SERVICES AVAILABLE

 Pre-employment counseling & training  Career counseling & planning  Educational & training opportunities  Academic advising  Supportive counseling  Health, wellness, self esteem, & confidence building  Much more!

Questions? Contact us! 732-255-0400, ext. 2297 • www.ocean.edu Page 10 

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HEALTH CARE

Medical Billing Professional Certificate Aside from patient care, the billing practices of hospitals and physicians' offices are of the utmost importance. Experienced medical billers are in great demand. The Medical Billing Professional Certificate program will provide you with the skills necessary to seek employment as a certified medical biller or enable you to start a home-based business. Complete the program in one semester or at your own pace. ONLINE TRACK

„„ Fast Track Medical Terminology I & II Online................................................................................ CEHO 102 „„ Medical Insurance Practices Online.................................................................................................. CEHO 103 „„ Computerized Medisoft Billing Online............................................................................................. CEHO 108 „„ EHR & CEHRS Exam Prep Online...................................................................................................... CEHO 109 TRADITIONAL TRACK

„„ Medical Terminology I........................................................................................................................... CEHS 112 „„ Medical Terminology II.......................................................................................................................... CEHS 117 „„ Medical Billing & Insurance Practices.................................................................................................CEHS 274 „„ Computerized Medisoft Billing............................................................................................................CEHS 192 „„ Electronic Health Record & CEHRS Exam Prep for Allied Health Careers................................CEHS 333

FAST TRACK CAREER TRAINING The Fast Track to Health Care Careers

The TAACCT Grant Program: Helping students get the skills they need for in-demand jobs in health care professions!

Attention all CPE allied health students!

You may be eligible for the following benefits:

• One-on-one job search coaching • Resume & cover letter advisement • Job interview preparation Questions? Contact us! 732.255.0400 ext. 2459 • careersinhealthcare@ocean.edu

Fast Track Medical Terminology I & II This accelerated noncredit course allows you to complete the terminology prerequisites for OCC's Continuing Education health care certificate programs in one semester. Textbook required. 8.4 CEUs Cost: $669 • Course Code: CEHO-102-OL 01 • Dates: 24 Modules • Feb 21-May 19

Medical Insurance Practices A variety of carriers will be covered including Medicare, HMOs, Medicaid, Workers' Compensation and traditional plans with an emphasis on Medicare rules and regulations for billing. Learn to accurately complete the CMS-1500 claim form. Textbook required. 4.80 CEU Cost: $399 • Course Code: CEHO-103-OL 01 • Dates: 17 Modules • Feb 21-May 19

Computerized Medisoft Billing Using medical software, learn to input patient information, post payments, schedule appointments, handle billing and produce various lists and reports. This course will include an introduction to the Electronic Health Record. Textbook required. 3.60 CEU Cost: $399 • Course Code: CEHO-108-OL 01 • Dates: 15 Modules • Feb 22-May 19

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EHR & CEHRS Exam Prep Gain hands-on experience working with an electronic health records software package. Preparation for the NHA National Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist Exam (CEHRS) is provided with study guide. Exam is optional and the cost of the exam ($115) is not included in tuition. Access to the Internet required. Textbooks required. 4.55 CEUs Cost: $399 • Course Code: CEHO-109-OL 01 • Dates: 13 Modules • Feb 23-May 19

Medical Terminology I Gain an understanding of terminology and how it relates to the organization and complexity of the body. This is a non-credit course and does not substitute for AHMT 110 Medical Terminology. Textbook required. 4.2 CEUs Cost: $329 • Course Code: CEHS-112-01 • Dates: 12 Sessions • Feb 13-May 8 • M • 6:30pm-10:00pm

Medical Terminology II Gain an understanding of the specific word elements and a thorough examination of the anatomy & physiology, pathology & diagnostic tools related to several fields. This is a non-credit course and does not substitute for AHMT 210 Medical Terminology II. Textbook required. 4.2 CEUs Cost: $329 • Course Code: CEHS-117-01 • Dates: 12 Sessions • Feb 15-May 3 • W • 6:30pm-10:00pm

Medical Billing & Insurance Practices A variety of carriers will be covered including Medicare, HMOs, Medicaid, Workers' Compensation and traditional plans, with an emphasis on Medicare rules and regulations for billing. Instruction will be given to accurately complete the CMS-1500 claim form. Textbook required. 4.8 CEUs Cost: $399 • Course Code: CEHS-274-01 • Dates: 12 Sessions • Feb 16-May 4 • TH • 6:00pm-10:00pm

Computerized Medisoft Billing Using medical software, learn to input patient information, schedule appointments, handle billing, and produce various lists and reports. Textbook required. Flash drive required. 3.5 CEUs Cost: $359 • Course Code: CEHS-192-01 • Dates: 10 Sessions • Feb 27-May 1 • M • 6:30pm-10:00pm

Electronic Health Record & CEHRS Exam Prep for Allied Health Careers Designed for those already working in healthcare. Topics include the use of the EHR in ambulatory and hospital facilities. Understand why electronic records are needed and the terminology of EHR systems. Gain hands-on experience working with an electronic health records software package. Preparation for the NHA Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist Exam (CEHRS) is provided and the cost of the exam ($115) is not included in the tuition. Textbooks required. 4.55 CEUs Cost: $359 • Course Code: CEHS-333-01 • Dates: 13 Sessions • Feb 15-May 10 • W • 6:30pm-10:00pm

OCC Payment plans are available for CPE courses with the dollar-sign icon next to the title. Register in person at the CPE office (OCC Library, Building #3, ground floor). Complete and submit the payment plan with deposit in person at the Cashier’s office (Building #1, 2nd floor).

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Medical Coding Professional Certificate Coders interpret doctor-originated information from patient charts, classify it and assign appropriate numerical codes. These codes are necessary for statistics, billings and quality assurance. The person who assigns these codes must be fully trained and accurate. Experienced instructors are experts in the field and are trained to teach you the latest industry standards and practices. This program is designed to meet the professional needs of those seeking careers in Medical Coding. LPNs and RNs may be exempt from Medical Terminology I and II and Anatomy and Physiology. ONLINE TRACK

„„ Fast Track Medical Terminology I & II Online................................................................................ CEHO 102 „„ Medical Insurance Practices Online.................................................................................................. CEHO 103 „„ Anatomy & Physiology for the Health Care Professional Online.............................................. CEHO 104 „„ Fast Track CPT Coding I & II Online..................................................................................................CEHO 120 „„ ICD-10-CM Coding Online..................................................................................................................CEHO 126 TRADITIONAL TRACK

„„ Medical Terminology I........................................................................................................................... CEHS 112 „„ Medical Terminology II.......................................................................................................................... CEHS 117 „„ Anatomy & Physiology for the Allied Health Professional............................................................ CEHS 194 „„ Medical Billing & Insurance Practices.................................................................................................CEHS 274 „„ CPT Coding I & II................................................................................................................................... CEHS 309 „„ ICD-10-CM Coding................................................................................................................................ CEHS 312

Fast Track Medical Terminology I & II This accelerated noncredit course provides an opportunity to complete the terminology prerequisites for OCC's Continuing Education health care certificate programs in one semester. Textbook required. 8.4 CEUs Cost: $669 • Course Code: CEHO-102-OL 01 • Dates: 24 Modules • Feb 21-May 19

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Medical Insurance Practices A variety of carriers will be covered including Medicare, HMOs, Medicaid, Workers' Compensation and traditional plans with an emphasis on Medicare rules and regulations for billing. Learn to accurately complete the CMS-1500 claim form. Textbook required. 4.80 CEU Cost: $399 • Course Code: CEHO-103-OL 01 • Dates: 17 Modules • Feb 21-May 19

Anatomy & Physiology for the Health Care Professional This online course is a prerequisite to receiving a coding, transcription and electronic medical records certification. This is a noncredit course which does not substitute for Human Anatomy & Physiology I & II (BIOL 130 & 131). Textbook required. 4.8 CEUs Cost: $399 • Course Code: CEHO-104-OL 01 • Dates: 21 Modules • Feb 21-May 19

Fast Track CPT Coding I & II

Prerequisite: Medical Terminology I or equivalent; Medical Terminology II required.

Learn the basics of CPT coding and how to use the current procedural terminology manual: a listing of descriptive terms and identifying codes necessary for billing medical services and procedures. CPT II topics include a more in-depth look at coding evaluation and management services, modifiers and surgical procedures. Textbooks required. 4.5 CEUs Cost: $439 • Course Code: CEHO-120-OL 01 • Dates: 16 Modules • Feb 21-May 19

ICD-10-CM Coding This course will provide students with the knowledge, skills, and expertise necessary to function as a medical coder using ICD-10-CM coding. The goal of this course is to explain the differences in ICD-10 versus the ICD9-CM previous system and assist students in becoming proficient with the ICD-10-CM coding system. 5.60 CEU Cost: $479 • Course Code: CEHO-126-OL 01 • Dates: 14 Modules • Feb 22-May 19

Medical Terminology I Medical Terminology is the prerequisite for several certificate programs in the health care field. Gain an understanding of terminology and how it relates to the organization and complexity of the body. This is a noncredit course and does not substitute for AHMT 110 Medical Terminology. Textbook required. 4.2 CEUs Cost: $329 • Course Code: CEHS-112-01 • Dates: 12 Sessions • Feb 13-May 8 • M • 6:30pm-10:00pm

Medical Terminology II This advanced course gives you a confident understanding of the specific word elements and a thorough examination of the anatomy & physiology, pathology & diagnostic tools related to several fields. This is a noncredit course and does not substitute for AHMT 210 Medical Terminology II. Textbook required. 4.2 CEUs Cost: $329 • Course Code: CEHS-117-01 • Dates: 12 Sessions • Feb 15-May 3 • W • 6:30pm-10:00pm

Anatomy & Physiology for the Allied Health Professional Understand the basic structure and functions of the human body and apply this knowledge to further study within your chosen health-related profession. This is a noncredit course which does not substitute for Human Anatomy & Physiology I & II (BIOL 130 & 131). It is a prerequisite to receiving a coding and transcription certification. Textbook and workbook required. 4.8 CEUs Cost: $399 • Course Code: CEHS-194-01 • Dates: 12 Sessions • Feb 21-May 9 • T • 6:00pm-10:00pm

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CPT Coding I & II Learn the basics of CPT coding and how to use the current procedural terminology manual: a listing of descriptive terms and identifying codes necessary for billing medical services and procedures. Emphasis will be on selecting the appropriate codes. CPT II topics include a more in-depth look at coding evaluation and management services, modifiers, and surgical procedures. Focus will be on coding appropriately for optimum reimbursement. Textbook required: 4.5 CEU Cost: $439 • Course Code: CEHS-309-01 • Dates: 13 Sessions • Feb 13-May 15 • M • 6:00pm-9:30pm

ICD-10-CM Coding This course will provide students with the knowledge, skills and expertise necessary to function as a medical coder using ICD-10-CM coding. The goal of this course is to explain the differences in ICD-10 versus the ICD9-CM previous system and assist students in becoming proficient with the ICD-10-CM coding system. 5.60 CEU Cost: $479 • Course Code: CEHS-312-01 • Dates: 14 Sessions • Feb 15-May 17 • W • 6:00pm-10:00pm

Certified Professional Coder Exam Prep (CPC)

Prerequisite: Medical Terminology I & Medical Terminology II or equivalent, ICD-10-CM Coding, CPT Coding, Anatomy & Physiology and/or work experience suggested.

This is a comprehensive overview that will help the student expand and enhance the coding skills needed to sit for the CPC national board exam. The emphasis will be on coding for medical practices. Certification exam fees will be paid directly to the national organization by the student. Textbooks required. 3.6 CEUs Cost: $379 • Course Code: CEHS-267-01 Dates: 13 Sessions • Feb 17-May 19 • F • 6:30pm-9:30pm • May 20 • S • 8:00am-4:00pm

Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist Certificate Paper medical records are not meeting the needs of doctors and patients. There is an increase in errors, health care costs are rising, and there seems to be a missing link in a patient's coordination of care. Many of these errors can be overcome if information technology is applied throughout the healthcare system. As you prepare for a career in the health care workplace, it is important that you develop a clear understanding of the significant impact an EHR system has on work processes in a healthcare environment. When you begin your career, you will either immediately, or very soon thereafter, use an EHR system as a primary tool to support your duties and the office workflow. The EHR knowledge and experience gained through this certificate program will be a valuable component of the full set of competencies and skills you bring to your workplace. ONLINE TRACK

„„ Fast Track Medical Terminology I & II Online................................................................................ CEHO 102 „„ Medical Insurance Practices Online.................................................................................................. CEHO 103 „„ Anatomy & Physiology for the Health Care Professional Online.............................................. CEHO 104 „„ Computerized Medisoft Billing Online............................................................................................. CEHO 108 „„ EHR & CEHRS Exam Prep Online...................................................................................................... CEHO 109 TRADITIONAL TRACK

„„ Medical Terminology I........................................................................................................................... CEHS 112 „„ Medical Terminology II.......................................................................................................................... CEHS 117 „„ Medical Billing & Insurance Practices.................................................................................................CEHS 274 „„ Anatomy & Physiology for the Allied Health Professional............................................................ CEHS 194 „„ Computerized Medisoft Billing............................................................................................................CEHS 192 „„ Electronic Health Record & CEHRS Exam Prep for Allied Health Careers................................CEHS 333

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Health Information Management Certificate This certificate, which consists of one online course, is designed to provide a framework in health information management concepts. The course will consist of 12 modules that provide perspectives related to health care delivery services, health care management and human resources, financial accounting concepts, health care informatics, as well as an introduction to the legal and regulatory aspects of health information management. Health information managers perform essential functions within the healthcare industry. Typically, their employment responsibilities include confidentiality and security of patient health information, management of employees, budgeting, report generation, interdisciplinary team participation, accreditation preparation, and Health Information Technology which emphasizes student understanding and knowledge of health care IT applications, such as electronic health records. Satisfactory completion of this course will result in a Health Information Management Certificate. 4.8 CEUs Cost: $399 • Course Code: CEHO-125-OL 01 • Dates: 12 Modules • Feb 27-May 15

FAST TRACK CAREER TRAINING Veterinary Assistant Veterinary Assistants are an integral part of the veterinary healthcare team, working under the direct supervision of a veterinarian or credentialed veterinary technician. Through classroom and clinical instruction, get trained to provide assistance in the following: office procedures and client relations, pharmacy, preventative healthcare, behavior and restraint, animal nursing, laboratory procedures, surgical and recovery room assistance, radiology, and emergency response. 150 hours (80 classroom, 70 clinical). Successful graduates will receive an Ocean County College Certificate of Completion and will be eligible to sit for the National Approved Veterinary Assistant Exam (NAVTA exam fee is $100). REQUIRED: Medical/physical exam, tetanus shot, student health & insurance waiver. Professional liability and student accident insurance must be purchased after the first class. Class meets Saturday and/or Sunday. 15.00 CEU Cost: $2499 • Course Code: CEHS-416-01 • Dates: 20 Sessions • Feb 12-May 21 • S,SU • 8:00am-4:00pm

Medical Assistant Certificate The Certified Clinical Medical Assistant Certificate program prepares a student for a career in the field of assisting. CCMA performs routine administrative and clinical tasks under the supervision of a physician, other health practitioner, or office manager. Clinical skills include obtaining all vital signs, including blood pressure using aneroid BP cuffs, assisting with the primary physical exam and other specialty exams, preparing patients for minor surgical procedures, providing patient education, administering injectable medications, and assisting in the collection, using phlebotomy techniques, of laboratory specimens. Administrative skills include coordinating and scheduling patient appointments, receiving and processing patients in the office, preparing and maintaining patient records. Students are eligible to sit for three (3) national certifications including Certified Clinical Medical Assistant through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) $115 each, not included in tuition. Textbook, scrubs, and student liability insurance required. Acknowledgement of risk and responsibility health insurance and waiver must be signed. Clear background check required. GED or HS diploma required. 34.80 CEUs Cost: $3695 Daytime Program Course Code: CEHS-305-01 • Dates: 58 Sessions • F eb 6-Jun 1 • M,T,TH • 9:00am-3:30pm Feb 25-May 20 • S • 9:00am-3:30pm Evening Program Course Code: CEHS-305-02 • Dates: 86 Sessions • Feb 7-Nov 30 • T,TH • 6:00pm-10:00pm

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Medical Office Specialist Certificate Prepare for one of today's fastest growing careers! Employment opportunities include: yyPhysicians' Offices yyInsurance & Medical Billing Companies yyHealthcare & Managed Care Facilities yyHospital Medical Records/Unit Clerk/Intake Specialist/Outpatient Clerk yyMedical Office Administrative Assistant Intensive Training in: yyElectronic Health Records Coding for the Medical Office yyHealth Information Management yyMedical Billing/Insurance Practices Rapid review of: yyMicrosoft Word, Outlook, and Excel yyResume/Job Searching yyMedical Terminology and Anatomy & Physiology Training Certificates: yyOCC Medical Office Specialist Certificate yyHIPAA Certification yyJob Shadowing/Physician's Office yyMedical Billing/Coding Prep/Exam National Certification (NHA) yyEmployment/Externship Portfolio & Verification yyNational Healthcare Association (NHA) Exams/Certifications The Medical Office Specialist course includes a study guide, review, and preparation for the following NHA Certification Exams. Students may choose to sit for some or all of these exams for an additional cost. The cost of the exams is not included in the tuition. Details about these Certification Exams will be discussed the first day of class. Optional fees: Certified Billing & Coding Specialist (CBCS) $115, Certified Medical Administration Assistant (CMAA) $115, Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist (CEHRS/EHRS) $115. Textbooks and flash drive required and available at OCC Bookstore. PLEASE NOTE: Clear criminal background check required. 39.60 CEU Cost: $3399 • Course Code: CEHS-188-01 Dates: 66 Sessions • Feb 13-May 18 • M,T,W,TH,F • 8:30am-3:00pm

Patient Care Technician/Assistant Certificate Doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals rely on Patient Care Technicians/Assistants to assist with the critical day-to-day care some patients require. As a PCT/A, you'll provide hands-on assistance to serve patients' basic needs, as well as work alongside other healthcare professionals. More patients require special care, sometimes around-the-clock. Needs vary from patient to patient, making it vital that the Patient Care Technician/Assistant has a diverse range of knowledge and skills to provide their basic care. During this program you will learn venipuncture, electrocardiography, vital signs and direct patient care. Clinical sites provide the opportunity to practice all activities under the supervision of hospital staff. Upon successful completion of the program, you are eligible to sit for the Patient Care Technician certification (NHA). Medical evaluation and vaccination requirements must be met prior to clinical participation. 90% didactic and 100% clinical attendance required. Acknowledgement of risk and responsibility health insurance and waiver must be signed. Clear criminal background check required. CPR included. Student liability insurance required and must be purchased after the first class. Navy blue scrub top and stethoscope required. Textbook required. *NOTE: Clinical hours are scheduled by health care facility. 22.00 CEUs Cost: $2999 • Course Code: CEHS-313-01 • Dates: 55 Sessions DIDACTIC Feb 13-May 4 • M,W,TH • 6:00pm-10:00pm CLINICAL* May 8-Jun 2 • M,T,W,TH,F • 7:00am-7:00pm To Register

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Phlebotomy Technician Training Certificate Topics include: anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, blood collection equipment & procedures, capillary procedures, and interpersonal relations. Textbook required. Acknowledgement of risk and responsibility of health insurance and waiver must be signed. Clear criminal background check required. Medical evaluations & vaccinations required. *NOTE: Clinical hours are scheduled by health care facility. 19.60 CEU Cost: $2475 • Course Code: CEHS-283-01 • Dates: 49 Sessions DIDACTIC Feb 16-Apr 20 • T,TH • 6:00pm-10:00pm CLINICAL* Apr 24-Jun 2 • M,T,W,TH,F • 6:00am-10:00pm

EKG Technician Training Certificate Topics covered include cardiac anatomy & physiology, electrode application technique, operation of the EKG machine and other monitoring devices, and the fundamental elements of an EKG strip. You will be able to sit for the national certification exam through NHA for EKG Technician. $115 exam fee not included in tuition. Textbook required. 3.6 CEUs Cost: $625 • Course Code: CEHS-168-01 • Dates: 12 Sessions • Feb 15-May 3 • W • 6:30pm-9:30pm

Personal Trainer Certificate

After completing personal trainer certificate follow up with CEHS-311 Exercise for Special Populations (recommended).

Course includes practical training and lectures including anatomy, exercise, physiology, nutrition, musculoskeletal injuries, and health screening. The National Exam is given at the last class. CPR certification recommended 3.60 CEU Cost: $599 • Course Code: CEHS-193-01 • Dates: 6 Sessions • Feb 12-Mar 19 • SU • 9:00am-4:00pm

Exercise for Special Populations Explore modifications for clients with specific health concerns such as hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, and more. Many fitness professionals are now working with clients who are living with chronic diseases or conditions but have received clearance from their physician to participate in a non-clinical exercise program. This six hour lecture/workshop reviews selected common chronic diseases, and shows how to design safe and effective exercise programs for these clients. Co-sponsored with World Instructor Training Schools (W.I.T.S.) and provides 6.0 CEUs. Cost: $129 • Course Code: CEHS-311-01 • Date: 1 Session • May 6 • S • 9:00am-4:00pm

Pharmacy Technician Certificate Pharmacy Technician & PTCB Prep Course content will include medical terminology specific to the pharmacy, drug interactions, defining drugs by generic and brand names, route of administration, and side effects. In addition, students will learn IV flow rates, drug compounding, dose conversion, and inventory control in the pharmacy. Great preparation for PTCB (Pharmacy Technician Certification Board) exam. After completion of the course, students may sit for the national certification exam. High school diploma or GED required. Basic math knowledge is required. Textbook required. 5.7 CEU Cost: $979 • Course Code: CEHS-315-01 • Dates: 18 Sessions • Feb 13-Mar 23 • M,W,TH • 6:00pm-9:00pm

Pharmacy Tech & PTCB Exam Prep Includes pharmacy-specific medical terminology, drug interactions, product recognition, and side effects. Learn IV flow rates, drug compounding, dose conversion, and inventory control. Great preparation for PTCB (Pharmacy Technician Certification Board). After completion of the course, students may sit for the national certification exam. High school diploma or GED required. Basic math knowledge required. Textbook required. 5.7 CEU Cost: $979 • Course Code: CEHO-127-OL 01 • Dates: 13 Modules • Feb 21-Mar 24

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Dental Assisting Certificate This is a complete foundation course for the dental assisting field including terminology, infection control, anatomy, equipment, instruments, "hands-on" presentation of dental procedures, materials and four-handed assisting techniques. Upon completion of this course, you will be qualified to seek employment as a dental assistant. This program serves as a prerequisite for a Dental Radiology program. Job shadowing experience is included. It is designed for students who have little or no dental background. Career development workshop included. Textbook required. 6.60 CEUs Cost: $699 DAYTIME PROGRAM Course Code: CEHS-126-01 • Dates: 17 Sessions • Feb 10-Jun 9 • F • 9:00am-1:00pm EVENING PROGRAM Course Code: CEHS-126-02 • Dates: 17 Sessions • Feb 10-Jun 9 • F • 5:30pm-9:30pm

Homemaker/Home Health Aide Certification Program Prerequisites: English language proficiency.

Conditions for application issues include NJ Board of Nursing Disqualifying Crimes, Default on Education Loan, Default on Payment of Child Support and Non-citizens do not possess proper documentation. US Citizens will need to bring birth certificate and non-citizens bring green card to last day of class for submission to Board of Nursing with application. NJ requires fingerprinting of all CHHA candidates prior to issuance of certification. Physical exam including documentation of Immunization for Rubella/Rubeola and 2 Step PPD are required for employment. Certified Home Health Aides are in great demand in the workforce. Successful completion of the curriculum requirements as well as NJ Board of Nursing application approval is necessary for employment. If you are compassionate and want to help people in a home care setting, this is the occupation for you! The 76 hour course provides skills training needed to effectively care for clients in their homes. It requires 60 hours of classroom instruction and 16 hours of clinical skills conducted in a lab setting. Textbook required is: Providing Homecare (approximately $60), which must be brought to class on the first day. 100% attendance is required. The cost of state certification is approximately $80 and must be submitted with your application to the NJ Board of Nursing. (THIS IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE TUITION COST). 7.6 CEUs Cost: $699 • Course Code: CEHS-340-01 • Dates: 13 Sessions • Mar 20-Apr 17 • M,T,W • 9:00am-3:30pm Location: 192 Jack Martin Blvd., B4, Brick, NJ

Grant-Funded, Tuition-Free Training Available for Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA) ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: • NJ Resident • 18 years of age or older • Unemployed for 6 months or more • Had an unemployment claim in the past 2 years

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Certified Medication Aide Certificate

Prerequisites: Students must already be a CNA or CHHA with an active and in good standing license for the state of NJ. Upon registration the student will need to provide their CNA or CHHA license number, the expiration date and the last 4 numbers of their social security.

The Certified Medication Aide program is a state regulated training and certification program that prepares Certified Nurse Aides to administer medications in an Assisted Living setting. Students receive instruction and training in the preparation and administration of medications; observe, report, and document resident's status; review principles of safety; and demonstrate knowledge of measurement systems, body systems, and common diseases. This course is approved by the NJ Department of Nursing governing medication aides. 4.0 CEUs Cost: $495 • Course Code: CEHS-344-01 • Dates: 5 Sessions • Feb 13-Mar 4 • M,S • 9:00am-5:00pm

Nutrition Specialist Certificate This comprehensive certification course will enable you to implement successful strategies for effective nutritional guidance. It will cover the essentials of nutrition and explore the dynamics of the dietary supplement industry. Case studies and methods for practical application and coaching techniques will be discussed. The curriculum meets the training program standard for the American Academy of Sports Dietitians and Nutritionists' (AASDN) Nutrition Specialist credential. On-line Certification exam available on the last day of class. 2.40 CEU Cost: $589 • Course Code: CEHS-350-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Apr 2-Apr 30 • SU • 9:00am-4:00pm

Physical Therapy Aide Certificate The physical therapy aide is responsible for carrying out non-clinical duties such as preparing treatment areas, answering phones, ordering supplies, and transporting patients under the direct supervision of a Physical, Occupational or Speech Therapist. This training prepares you for employment in hospitals, orthopedic clinics, nursing homes and sports rehabilitation centers. 1.6 CEUs Cost: $499 • Course Code: CEHS-412-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Feb 21-Apr 11 • T • 6:00pm-8:00pm

HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Healthcare Provider CPR Learn how to provide CPR to victims of all ages, including the use of an automated external defibrillator and relief of choking. Intended for participants who provide health care to patients in a wide variety of settings. This certification can be used to meet the CPR requirement for the OCC nursing program. Students must bring $20 to class to cover AHA textbook and certification card. 0.6 CEU Cost: $79 Course Code: CEHS-269-01 • Date: 1 Session • Feb 25 • S • 9:00am-3:30pm Course Code: CEHS-269-02 • Date: 1 Session • Apr 29 • S • 9:00am-3:30pm

Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) Prepare to successfully complete the TEAS-V test. This test serves as the entrance test for Nursing School and includes: Two electronic practice tests with supporting study guide. 3.9 CEUs Cost: $435 Course Code: CEHS-332-01 • Dates: 10 Sessions • Feb 18-Apr 29 • S • 9:00am-1:00pm Course Code: CEHS-332-02 • Dates: 13 Sessions • Feb 16-Mar 30 • T,TH • 4:30pm-7:30pm

Medical Malpractice for Paralegals You will be introduced to responsibilities of a paralegal in the field of medical malpractice. It focuses on client interviews, witness interrogation, HIPPA laws, confidentiality and confidentiality agreements, case analysis and tort reforms. You will learn how to identify and understand the anatomy of malpractice with emphasis on case studies and legal terminology. You will have a basic understanding of malpractice, organize evidence, and assist at trials. 2.40 CEUs Cost: $149 • Course Code: CEHS-314-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Feb 14-Apr 4 • T • 6:00pm-9:00pm Page 20 

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Spanish for the Healthcare Professional Certificate No prior knowledge of Spanish is needed for this course! This course provides an introduction and foundation of Spanish vocabulary and communication skills. The aim of the course is to provide students with the knowledge, resources, and skills needed to use Spanish to communicate with patients within the context of their work environment. Classes will be taught using language immersion, interaction, and direct application of Spanish. The instructor's goal is to teach and empower students to be able to use the language within their professions by the end of the eight weeks. 2.40 CEU Cost: $249 • Course Code: CEHP-501-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Jan 24-Mar 21 • T • 6:15pm-9:15pm

Organ Donation This continuing education course is required by the New Jersey Board of Nursing for every licensed professional nurse. NJ Sharing Network will give a short presentation about organ and tissue donation to clear up some misconceptions about the subject. Afterwards, a certified NJ Sharing Network volunteer will share their personal experience with organ and tissue donation. There will also be a Q&A period. Note: 1 contact hour awarded. 0.1 CEU Cost: $10 • Course Code: CEHS-299-01 • Date: 1 Session • Mar 8 • W • 5:00pm-6:00pm

Meditation Series Program Appropriate for beginners as well as experienced meditators. This class will introduce you to various types of meditations. Meditation does not have to be difficult. With practice, you can learn how to cultivate peace, balance, and manifest what you really desire in your life. Please wear loose, comfortable clothing. Week 1: Reducing Stress and Anxiety Begin to shift your thoughts to more peaceful ones. This class will help you to achieve clarity, peace of mind and balance. Week 2: Building Self Confidence Learn how to clear your mind of negative, self-sabotaging thoughts and replace them with positive, empowering ones to help you move forward towards your goals. Week 3: Motivation and Peak Performance Gain the tools necessary to become motivated and become the successful person you were meant to be. Week 4: Moving Meditation A more conscious form of exercise. Learn how to maintain health, calm your mind and reconnect with your spirit. 0.40 CEU Cost: $79 • Course Code: CEPE-436-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Feb 23-Mar 16 • TH • 6:30pm-7:30pm Location: Point Pleasant Boro HS

Massage Therapy Professional Development We are offering 5 individual massage therapy professional development courses for existing massage therapists to maintain their state and national licenses.

Reiki Symbols This class is open to all Reiki Level II practitioners ONLY with proof of Reiki Level II Certification. This class will consist of lecture, discussion that will entail the deeper exploration of Reiki symbols, implications, Eastern variations, their history, how they came to be; various translations and meanings from the East to the West, how their meanings have transformed over time and through various societies. Students will also review/practice drawing the symbols, discuss how they personally use them and be able to explain the meanings of each kanji within a symbol shape as we piece together the full message of each symbol. Thirty-minute break from 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Students are encouraged to bring a sustaining snack/beverage. Five (5) Contact hours, approved by the NCBTMB for Massage Therapists. 0.50 CEU Cost: $75 • Course Code: CEPE-437-01 • Date: 1 Session • Feb 18 • S • 9:00am-2:00pm

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White Light Reiki Certification Level 1 Level 1 White Light Reiki training is a class consisting of lecture, discussion and hands on experience. Reiki works on physical, emotional and spiritual levels. It promotes inner harmony and peace, enhances the immune system and accelerates the body's healing process. This class is open to anyone interested in learning how to use Reiki to reduce their own stress as well as provide Reiki for others. Training includes level I Reiki student manual, history of Reiki, Reiki ethics, level I Reiki energy attunement, introduction to the human energy system (Chakras) and Reiki guide meditation. Participants will learn how to provide a full Reiki session as well as a full self-treatment. Participants will also receive a certificate of completion as well as 7 CE Hours approved by the NCBTMB for NJ Licensed Massage Therapists continuing education. 0.70 CEU Cost: $179 • Course Code: CEPE-105-01 • Date: 1 Session • Feb 25 • S • 9:00am-4:00pm

Reiki & Chakras This class is open to practitioners of all Reiki levels with proof of Reiki Level 1 Certification. This course will include scientific theory and discussion of the Endocrine System and how it directly relates to the chakras in the body, as well as our human energy fields and the need for self-care. An open, holistic approach and discussion will explore the physical, mental/emotional, and spiritual functions and purposes of the chakras, and how energetic blockages are created in the body which, in turn, can cause meridian/facial blockages in the flow of Qi; idiopathic diseases at the cellular level in the body, and physical and emotional pain in the mind and spirit. Continuing Education, seven (7) CE hours approved by the NCBTMB for Massage therapists who have completed a minimum of Reiki Level I, one session. 0.70 CEU Cost: $149 • Course Code: CEPE-438-01 • Date: 1 Session • Mar 4 • S • 9:00am-5:00pm

White Light Reiki Certification Level 2 This class is open to anyone who has completed a level 1 Reiki certification class. Level 2 includes: level 2 attunement, Reiki guide meditation, knowledge and use of Level 2 Reiki symbols, advanced energy diagnostic procedures, distant Reiki session procedure and advanced hand placements. Level 2 certificate upon completion. Participants will also receive a certificate of completion as well as 7 CE Hours approved by the NCBTMB for NJ Licensed Massage Therapists continuing education. 0.70 CEU Cost: $179 • Course Code: CEPE-106-01 • Date: 1 Session • Mar 11 • S • 9:00am-4:00pm

Seva Acupressure-Self Care & Others This 6-hour workshop teaches you how to use the Seva acupressure protocol for self-care, addressing needs from general relaxation and well-being to shock and stress. "Seva", a Sanskrit word that means "selfless, compassionate service", is simple to learn, easy to perform, and profoundly supportive for physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Experience receiving the Seva Stress Release; learn how to use Seva with others; review and practice use of an Awareness Journal and Chakra Tai Chi. No prior bodywork experience needed. Massage Therapists (NCBTMB), Nurses (AHNA), Acupuncturists and Oriental Medicine Practitioners (NCCAOM) 6.0 CEUs Cost: $99 • Course Code: CEHS-348-01 • Date: 1 Session • Apr 1 • S • 9:00am-3:30pm

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Entrepreneur Certificate The Monmouth/Ocean Small Business Development Center provides small and new businesses with consulting services in a variety of areas such as management, finance and business start-up. For information about these services, call 732-255-0468 or visit the web site: www.mosbdc.com. The business development workshops are co-sponsored by the Monmouth/Ocean Small Business Development Center. All classes are held on the OCC Main campus.

„„ Business Start-Up Workshop............................................................................................................... CEBM 231 „„ Financing a Small Business................................................................................................................... CEBM 232 „„ A Business Plan....................................................................................................................................... CEBM 233 „„ Recordkeeping for Small Business...................................................................................................... CEBM 276 „„ Marketing Strategies for Small Business...........................................................................................CEBM 277

Business Start-Up Workshop Examine the legal forms of ownership, how to register a business, setting up bookkeeping records, taxation, understanding financial statements, payroll, insurance, and licensing. Fee includes textbook. 0.6 CEU Cost: $97 • Course Code: CEBM-231-01 • Date: 1 Session • Feb 4 • S • 9:00am-3:30pm

Financing a Small Business Learn about SBA loans, venture capital, working with local banks, use of a business plan to secure financing, and services provided by the Small Business Development Center. 0.3 CEU Cost: $55 • Course Code: CEBM-232-01 • Date: 1 Session • Feb 18 • S • 9:00am-12:00pm

A Business Plan Comprehensive plans include sales forecasts, market identification, personnel, and income projections. Learn how to make your plan convincing. Fee includes workbook. 0.35 CEU Cost: $65 • Course Code: CEBM-233-01 • Date: 1 Session • Feb 18 • S • 12:30pm-4:00pm

Recordkeeping for Small Business Understand financial statements, including their development, use and effective methods of analysis. Using business & accounting software, learn the general accounting cycle and how it reflects business transactions. 0.6 CEU Cost: $99 • Course Code: CEBM-276-01 • Date: 1 Session • Apr 29 • S • 9:30am-4:00pm

Marketing Strategies for Small Business Learn about target marketing & segmentation, types of competition, databases, and internal analysis. Build a customer database and create a viable marketing mix through advertising, promotions and sales. 1.5 CEUs Cost: $269 Course Code: CEBM-277-01 • Dates: 3 Sessions • A  pr 8-Apr 15 • S • 9:00am-3:30pm Apr 22 • S • 9:00am-12:00pm

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MARKETING Digital Blueprint Certificate There has been a transformational shift in the marketing industry. An entrepreneur's approach in connecting with both new and existing customers/clients does not resemble the standard approaches used only a few years ago. Effective social media and digital campaigns go beyond simple posts and soft skills. They require planning and executing a strategy based on industry knowledge, research, measurable interactions, analytics and readjustments throughout the process. The Digital Blueprint Certificate, brought to you by the New Jersey Small Business Development Center and Ocean County College gives entrepreneurs and small business owners the opportunity to gain skills in digital technologies, including social media and website development and optimization techniques. By creating a "Digital Blueprint", you walk away with a strategic plan to attract and retain customers and/or clients, drive online traffic, increase revenues, and manage your brand. This certificate is awarded to students who successfully complete eight courses-six core and two electives (100% attendance required). See more at Digital Blueprint Certificate Program. CREATING A "DIGITAL BLUEPRINT This 24 hour certificate program equips entrepreneurs and small business owners with the skillset necessary to plan, implement, manage and monitor successful digital and social media strategies. CORE CLASSES

„„ Social Media Strategy........................................................................................................................... CECI 718 „„ Planning Your Website........................................................................................................................... CECI 719 „„ Intro to SEO...............................................................................................................................................CECI 720 „„ Social Media B2B- LinkedIn & Google+............................................................................................ CECI 721 „„ Social Media B2C- Facebook & Pinterest..........................................................................................CECI 722 „„ Intro to Google Analytics....................................................................................................................... CECI 723 ELECTIVES (CHOOSE 2)

„„ Intro to Blogging......................................................................................................................................CECI 724 „„ Social Media: Using Twitter & Instagram...........................................................................................CECI 725 „„ Intro to Google AdWords...................................................................................................................... CECI 726 „„ Creating Video for the Web.................................................................................................................CECI 727

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Social Media Strategy In today's market, it is essential to approach social media with a sound strategy that's the right match for your small business. From Facebook Business Fan Pages, to Twitter, to LinkedIn and Google+, you will discover the most efficient and effective tools to help sustain business growth 0.30 CEU Cost: $69 • Course Code: CECI-718-01 • Date: 1 Session • Jan 26 • TH • 6:00pm-9:00pm

Intro to Blogging If you already have a website and want to rank higher in search engines, showcase your expertise, and provide education and information to get new customers, blogging is a great way to do just that. In this workshop, participants will learn the basics including blogging platforms, layout and vocabulary; blogging benefits, content creation and creating a blog editorial calendar. 0.30 CEU Cost: $69 • Course Code: CECI-724-01 • Date: 1 Session • Feb 2 • TH • 6:00pm-9:00pm

Social Media B2B: LinkedIn & Google+ Does your business provide products and services to other businesses? LinkedIn and Google+ are social networks that focus on business and professional connections. In this workshop, participants will learn the basics and benefits to creating a presence on these two platforms. 0.30 CEU Cost: $69 • Course Code: CECI-721-01 • Date: 1 Session • Mar 23 • TH • 6:00pm-9:00pm

Social Media B2C: Facebook & Pinterest Does your business provide products and services to consumers? Facebook and Pinterest are social networks that focus on reaching the consumer and retail markets. In this workshop, participants will learn the basics and benefits to creating a presence on these two platforms. 0.30 CEU Cost: $69 • Course Code: CECI-722-01 • Date: 1 Session • Mar 28 • T • 6:00pm-9:00pm

Social Media: Using Twitter & Instagram Is your business ready to expand its social media reach to include the use of hashtags, microblogging and images? Twitter and Instagram are social networks that focus short messages and images that optimize the use of hashtags for search. In this workshop, participants will learn the basics and benefits to creating a presence on these two platforms. 0.30 CEU Cost: $69 • Course Code: CECI-725-01 • Date: 1 Session • Apr 6 • TH • 6:00pm-9:00pm

TRAINING FOR COMMUNITY AND ASSOCIATION BOARDS NEW! Basics of Board Meetings & Associations Whether you are new to your board/association or have had a chair at the table for years, this class will teach you how to have more effective and productive Board and Association meetings. The class is taught by an attorney with expertise in mediation and ADR for communities and associations. Topics include bylaws, leading effective Association/Board meetings, the role of Directors vs. Trustees & effective communication with other Board/Association members and Community members. 0.30 CEU Cost: $69 • Course Code: CEBM-732-01 • Date: 1 Session • Feb 23 • TH • 6:30pm-9:30pm

HOPA: Housing for Older Persons Act This class covers the Housing for Older Persons Act of 1995, (HOPA). It covers what the Act means, updated regulations, requirements from discrimination for senior citizens regarding housing. 0.40 CEU Cost: $139 • Course Code: CEBM-708-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • Feb 9-Feb 16 • TH • 6:30pm-8:30pm

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Arbitration and mediation are the two methods most commonly used in reaching a settlement. Discuss the various forms of ADR, the process and how to determine whether and when this form of dispute resolution is preferable to litigation. 0.20 CEU Cost: $69 • Course Code: CEBM-406-01 • Date: 1 Session • Mar 9 • TH • 6:30pm-8:30pm To Register

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Legal Office Assistant Certificate This certificate prepares administrative and office support specialists for work in legal offices assisting attorneys and paralegals. You will learn how to read, interpret and prepare legal documents for various areas of law including probate, criminal law, civil actions and litigation. This certificate program will also instruct trial and appellate procedures, civil matters from filing through discovery and trial and project work. At the completion of this certificate you will have acquired the skills necessary to be successful in a legal office support career.

„„ Legal Terminology.................................................................................................................................CELW 107 „„ Legal Office Procedures.......................................................................................................................CELW 111 „„ Legal Correspondence......................................................................................................................... CELW 114 „„ Legal Office Projects............................................................................................................................ CELW 115

Legal Terminology This course begins with crime and criminal law terminology. Comprehend the constitutional language and its role in protecting defendants and their prosecution. Discover the law of torts and the element of tort action. Contract formation, classification, obligations, and agreement terms are covered, as well as pretrial hearing and jury trial preparation steps in criminal and civil case practice. Dissect legal documents dealing with estates, directives, revocations, and will clauses. Property, titles, deeds, and mortgage assignment agreements are covered. Textbook required. 2.7 CEUs Cost: $369 • Course Code: CELW-107-01 • Dates: 9 Sessions • Feb 27-Mar 27 • M,T • 6:30pm-9:30pm

Legal Correspondence Become familiar with various fields of law and the proper preparation of the legal documents utilized in each field: Litigation, civil actions criminal law, probate procedures regarding wills, trusts, contracts and leases and domestic relations regarding marriage, separation and divorce, important citation skills are gradually developed. Textbook required. 1.6 CEUs Cost: $210 • Course Code: CELW-114-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Mar 1-Mar 23 • W,TH • 6:00pm-8:00pm

Legal Office Projects

Prerequisite: Students must have legal terminology textbook.

This course will help you be proficient at office projects to include preparing memos, correspondence and legal documents using transcription. Prepare new client files, calculate and preparing client bills and maintaining records, prepare check requests and distribution to vendors, expense reports, update the office calendar and research the Internet for information relevant to a case the firm is handling. Textbook required: Legal Office Projects with CD (approx $55). 1.60 CEU Cost: $225 • Course Code: CELW-115-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Mar 29-Apr 20 • W,TH • 6:00pm-8:00pm

Legal Office Procedures

Prerequisite: Students must have legal terminology textbook

This course provides a background of the law office and an overview of the duties required of the legal support staff. The preparation of pleadings and other court papers used in civil matters from the initial filing of a lawsuit through discovery, trial and the appellate procedures are examined. Other areas of the law are described such as family, wills, trusts and probate; business organizations; real estate; and criminal law. Actual legal cases provide realistic training in these areas of the law. Students are assessed to help those seeking employment in a law office. Textbook: Legal Office Procedures (approx. $70). 3.00 CEU Cost: $399 • Course Code: CELW-111-01 • Dates: 10 Sessions • Apr 3-May 2 • M,T • 6:30pm-9:30pm

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Medical Malpractice for Paralegals You will be introduced to responsibilities of a paralegal in the field of medical malpractice. It focuses on client interviews, witness interrogation, HIPPA laws, confidentiality and confidentiality agreements, case analysis and tort reforms. You will learn how to identify and understand the anatomy of malpractice with reemphasis on case studies and legal terminology. You will have a basic understanding of malpractice, organize evidence, and assist at trials. 2.40 CEUs Cost: $149 • Course Code: CEHS-314-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Feb 14-Apr 4 • T • 6:00pm-9:00pm

Becoming the Ideal Leader in Life & Business The Energy Leadership Development System is firmly rooted in the 7 levels of awareness, and will catapult your energy and performance to a level that is perceived by all those around you as the "ideal" for leadership. You'll understand the concept of the levels of energy and how they are related to leadership excellence. You'll then learn how to shift your energy to present yourself in a way that inspires greatness in others. Students will learn the 8 Building Blocks of the Energetic Leader which include: Emotional Intelligence • Dynamic Communication • Influencing & Engaging Others • Problem Solving • Productivity & Decision Making • High Energy Relationships • Health & Wellness • Time Management and Balance. Cost: $49 • Course Code: CEED-239-01 • Date: 1 Session • Feb 4 • S • 9:00am-12:00pm

Personal Branding Are you just starting out in the job market or are you trying to re-enter in a new career? With all of the social media and online networking in today's modern society, managing your "PERSONAL BRAND" is essential. Learn the social media "dos and don'ts", the importance of face to face networking, how to organize your job hunt, interviewing techniques, how to interact and maintain professional etiquette in today's social media driven society. Students will learn how to keep their resume update and current, how to use and not use Facebook and LinkedIn, Instagram etc. to ensure their social media "online life" doesn't stop them from getting that next big job! 1.20 CEU Cost: $139 • Course Code: CEBM-729-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Mar 27-Apr 5 • M,W • 6:30pm-9:30pm

Bookkeeping & Office Manager Certificate Program Earn 3 Credentials in 1 Semester! Students will earn a certificate in:

„„ QuickBooks- Bookkeeping & Accounting software program „„ Microsoft Office- programs include Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint „„ Certified Bookkeeper CB credential: Professional certification established & issued after passing required exams by The American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB). By successfully passing three separate examinations and signing a written code of ethics, bookkeepers with at least two years of work experience earn the right to put "CB" after their name. 18.50 CEU Course schedule for this class by topic:

„„ Bookkeeping: Monday & Thursday • Feb 13-June 15 • 6:00pm-9:30pm „„ QuickBooks: Wednesday • March 1-May 24 • 5:30pm-9:30pm „„ Microsoft Office: Tuesday • March 21-April 25 • 6:00pm-9:00pm Cost: $2559 • Course Code: CEBM-728-01 • Dates: 52 Sessions • Feb 13-Jun 15

The Ocean County Board of REALTORS® Educational Center (OCBREC) offers a variety of programs to help individuals grow as industry professionals. The mission of the OCBREC is to prepare students to pass the New Jersey State Real Estate Salesperson/Broker Licensure Exam and to become competent real estate agents. For additional information or course schedules, visit their website at www.oceancountyrealtors.org To Register

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HUMAN RESOURCES & MANAGEMENT TRAINING Building Trust: Training & Retaining Your Employees Trust is the One Thing that changes everything, and is fast becoming the key leadership competency in our new economy. This class is perfect for Small Business owners and people managers. Learn how to build trust with your employees and how to effectively train and develop your staff. Employee morale impacts your sales and your revenue! Learn how to build a relationship of trust and increase loyalty, employee dedication, and customer satisfaction for your business. 0.60 CEU Cost: $99 • Course Code: CEBM-731-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • Mar 6-Mar 8 • M,W • 6:00pm-9:00pm

HR Management: The Essentials This class is an introduction to Human Resources. It will give you a broad overview of the human resources function in the workplace environment. This course will cover Hiring and Firing, documenting performance issues and how to address basic Employee Relation Issues and Employee Development. 0.60 CEU Cost: $99 • Course Code: CEBM-718-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • Mar 6-Mar 8 • M,W • 6:30pm-9:30pm

HR: Legal Primer/Managing Employee Issues This comprehensive course is packed with essential HR training and covers FLSA, EEO, ADA, Benefit Basics (workers' comp, FMLA, COBRA, exempt vs. non-exempt), documentation retention and the basics of documenting employee coaching and counseling. This course is perfect for the independent business owner, new manager or someone starting to work in Human Resources. 0.60 CEU Cost: $99 • Course Code: CEBM-717-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • Mar 13-Mar 15 • M,W • 6:30pm-9:30pm

HR: Employee Issues for Small Business Owners Learn how to address employee issues in your business including; excessive absence/tardiness, poor performance, customer service issues. This class is taught by an HR professional and allows you the opportunity to have an interactive experience with Q&A. 0.60 CEU Cost: $99 • Course Code: CEBM-725-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • Mar 18-Mar 25 • S • 9:00am-12:00pm

HR: Job Description, Succession Planning, & Recruitment This course will assist you in understanding employee laws and the "how to" of hiring. People are your number 1 commodity and you need to plan to protect your resources and your business. In this course you will learn how to write effective job descriptions and why they are important, succession planning, and the process of recruitment and applicant selection. 0.60 CEU Cost: $99 • Course Code: CEBM-719-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • Mar 20-Mar 22 • M,W • 6:30pm-9:30pm

Business & Professional Writing This class will cover writing etiquette, spelling, punctuation and grammar, revising and proofreading and use of eloquent language to enhance your communications in emails, papers, and documents used in professional careers, business ownership and education. 0.60 CEU Cost: $99 • Course Code: CEBM-730-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • Apr 13-Apr 20 • TH • 6:30pm-9:30pm

HR for Small Business Owners This course is ideal for any small business owner. Make sure you know the employment laws and how to effectively and appropriately handle employee issues and situations. Topics will include FMLA, Workers Compensation, Sexual Harassment, Workplace Violence, Policy and Procedures. 0.60 CEU Cost: $99 • Course Code: CEBM-724-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • Apr 1-Apr 8 • S • 9:00am-12:00pm

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Getting Started with MS Office Computers 101

The course is for the student who has had little or no experience within the computer environment. Learn computer terminology, how to open and customize the desktop, create, save and manage files and folders, explore the common tools and programs within the Windows environment, computer safety, and how to open and download additional software applications. Students will learn how to access and explore the internet for research and fun. Topics also include how to access and send emails and attachments. 2.0 CEUs Cost: $299 • Course Code: CECI-689-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Apr 18-May 2 • T,TH • 5:30pm-9:30pm

Microsoft Office 2013 Prerequisite: Windows skills

Topics include: Microsoft Word, a powerful word processing program; Excel, a graphical electronic spreadsheet application; and PowerPoint, a program for preparing presentations. Textbook required. Students must bring a USB flash drive to the first class. 1.8 CEUs Cost: $239 • Course Code: CECI-632-01 • Dates: 6 Sessions • Mar 21-Apr 25 • T • 6:00pm-9:00pm

MS Office 2016: Conversion Training This class is for students who are proficient in earlier versions of Microsoft Office and are seeking support and guidance in learning the changes and shortcuts in the latest Office version, 2016. Students must be proficient in Microsoft Office and computer usage. 0.60 CEU Cost: $69 • Course Code: CECI-745-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • Mar 11-Mar 18 • S • 9:00am-12:00pm

MS Outlook 2013 Topics include creating and organizing email via file folders, contacts, distribution lists, managing your calendar or multiple calendars, archiving, settings (out of office, fonts, signatures, junk/spam mail). Students must have basic computer skills. 0.60 CEU Cost: $99 • Course Code: CECI-746-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • Mar 7-Mar 14 • T • 6:00pm-9:00pm

Google Docs 101 Everywhere you look people are using Google Docs. Teachers are using it to post and share assignments with their students, organizations and hobby/sport groups are using it to share and gather info from teammates and parents. This class will walk you through the basics of how to effectively and proficiently use Google Docs software. Students must be proficient in using a computer and email. 0.60 CEU Cost: $69 • Course Code: CECI-744-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • Feb 18-Feb 25 • S • 9:00am-12:00pm

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Excel Certificate This certificate instructs students on all aspects of the Excel software program. It is structured in 3 modules; Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. The beginner class instructs the student on terminology, formatting basic spreadsheets and formulas. In the Intermediate class students will learn how to create charts, more complex formulas and managing multiple worksheets and workbooks. The Advanced Excel class will include query tables, payment functions and how to protect worksheets and work with macros. This certificate is ideal for any individual seeking to be more productive in using Excel at work or for home budgets and projects.

„„ Excel 2013 Beginner...............................................................................................................................CECI 684 „„ Excel 2013 Intermediate........................................................................................................................CECI 634 „„ Excel 2013 Advanced.............................................................................................................................CECI 635

Excel 2013 Beginner Beginner Excel 2013 is a basic course that introduces students to Excel terminology and the concepts of workbooks and spreadsheets. Learn how to create, edit, format, and print Excel spreadsheets; how to enter and edit data on a spreadsheet. Calculate values using formulas and simple functions. Edit spreadsheets by moving and copying data; inserting and deleting rows. Learn how to use text and number formatting; change column width and row height. Use charts to visually display data to enhance your spreadsheet. Textbook required. Must bring USB flash drive to class. 0.90 CEU Cost: $155 Course Code: CECI-684-01 • Dates: 3 Sessions • Mar 2-Mar 16 • TH • 6:00pm-9:00pm Course Code: CECI-684-02 • Dates: 3 Sessions • Feb 7-Feb 14 • T,TH • 9:00am-12:00pm

Excel 2013 Intermediate Prerequisite: Excel Beginner (CECI 684) or equivalent

Excel Intermediate 2013 is for students that know basic Excel and want to increase their knowledge. Students will learn techniques to view and print large worksheets; work with multiple worksheets and link worksheets and workbooks. More advanced formatting and the use of cell names will be covered. Use sorting, filtering, and creating tables to further manipulate your data; use emailing spreadsheets, hyperlinks, and protecting data spreadsheets when sharing workbooks. Textbook required. Must bring USB flash drive to class. 0.90 CEU Cost: $155 Course Code: CECI-634-01 • Dates: 3 Sessions • Mar 23-Apr 6 • TH • 6:00pm-9:00pm Course Code: CECI-634-02 • Dates: 3 Sessions • Feb 21-Feb 28 • T,TH • 9:00am-12:00pm

Excel 2013 Advanced

Prerequisite: Excel Intermediate (CECI 634) or equivalent experience

Learn more complicated functions and formulas; how to use lookup functions to improve work efficiency. Work with Pivot tables and Pivot charts; advanced filtering and data validation; exporting and importing data. Macros and the use of visual basic code will be introduced. Textbook required. Must bring USB flash drive to class. 0.90 CEU Cost: $155 Course Code: CECI-635-01 • Dates: 3 Sessions • Apr 13-Apr 27 • TH • 6:00pm-9:00pm Course Code: CECI-635-02 • Dates: 3 Sessions • Mar 7-Mar 14 • T,TH • 9:00am-12:00pm

QuickBooks Certificate Being able to effectively work with QuickBooks software is essential to being successful in bookkeeping, accounts payable/receivable and accounting office careers as well as for the small business owner. This is a comprehensive certificate course that offers hands on instruction for the latest QuickBooks software. This is an ideal skill to add to a resume to increase your potential as a candidate in a highly competitive job market. QuickBooks is essential for the small business owner to assist with tracking payments, debits, credits, payroll and other accounting needs. 5.20 CEU Cost: $849 • Course Code: CECI-748-01 • Dates: 13 Sessions • Mar 1-May 24 • W • 5:30pm-9:30pm

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System Administrator Certificate Earn your CompTIA A+, Security+ and Network+ credentials. Technology continues to be an in demand job field as support of new and existing technologies continues to increase for companies. System Administrators ensure performance, resources and security of computers, networks and servers. Jobs in this area include Network, Database & Security Administrators. Our highly experienced instructor, possessing over 15 years' experience, will prepare students for their exams and offer support in our A+/hardware lab. Students will be able to physically work on hardware and gain valuable hands' on experience. This certificate prepares students for the A+, Network+ and Security+ national certificate exams. These are valuable credentials to add to your resume, giving you an advantage in this challenging job market. Earn 6 college credits for "Computer Science Elective credit" after successfully completing CECI-603, CECI-717 or CECI-749 (A+) and passing the CompTIA A+ certification exams and matriculating at Ocean County College.

„„ Security+................................................................................................................................................... CECI 750 „„ Network + & PC Administration........................................................................................................... CECI 716 „„ A+ Prep...................................................................................................................................................... CECI 749

Security+ Earn your CompTIA Security+ credential. Learn the new challenges faced in Network Security, including identifying common security attacks and risk management procedures. Learn how to configure network perimeter settings and monitor security threats within a server environment. Identify and preserve optional security policies to ensure corporate compliance. Topics include understanding the transmission of data, network infrastructure and policies, cryptography and email encryption, email headers, malicious code attacks and the countermeasures needed to thwart its proliferation. Textbook required. Students are required to read Chapter 1 prior to the first class. 4.50 CEU Cost: $749 • Course Code: CECI-750-01 • Dates: 15 Sessions • Feb 16-Jun 1 • TH 6:30pm-9:30pm

Network+ & PC Administration Earn your CompTIA Network+ credential. Learn how to install and configure network operating systems, troubleshoot network protocols and devices and form a network model using modem technology. Our experienced instructor will work with you in our hands-on hardware lab. Students are required to read chapter 1 prior to the first class. Textbook required. 4.5 CEUs Cost: $799 • Course Code: CECI-716-01 • Dates: 15 Sessions • Feb 14-May 23 • T • 6:30pm-9:30pm Mar 04 & Mar 18 • S • 1:00pm-4:00pm

A+ Prep Earn your CompTIA A+ credential. This intensive program offers training in PC configuration, upgrading, installation of software & hardware, Windows operating systems (including Windows 7), preparation for the A+ testing & more. Students will be able to learn in our hands on A+ lab, working on hardware to solve for issues, gaining valuable experience. At the end of this course students will be prepared for the A+ certificate exams. Additional fee will be required to take the exams. Textbook and Lab Manual required. Students should read Chapter 1 of the A+ textbook prior to the first class. 10.00 CEU Cost: $1300 • Course Code: CECI-749-01 • Dates: 31 Sessions • Feb 13-May 17 • M,W • 6:30pm-9:30pm Mar 04-Apr 29 • S • 9:00am-12:00pm

OCC payment plans are available for CPE courses with the dollar-sign icon next to the title. Register in person at the CPE office (OCC Library, Building #3, ground floor). Complete and submit the payment plan with deposit in person at the Cashier’s office (Building #1, 2nd floor).

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Adobe Photoshop Certificate Whether you are seeking to add to your skills for a career as a web professional or looking to take your photography hobby to the next level, Adobe Photoshop can help you. This certificate instructs the student on the Photoshop tools and functions for photographers such as correction, layers and retouching. Students will also explore advanced photo manipulation, montage techniques and processing RAW images.

„„ Photoshop............................................................................................................................................ CECI 625 „„ Photoshop, Advanced....................................................................................................................... CECI 620

Photoshop

Prerequisite: Strong Windows skills needed.

Discover the basics of Adobe Photoshop image editing software. Tools and functions specific to photographers, such as managing layers, exposure correction, color balancing, selection, masks, and retouching will take your photographs to the next level. Students must bring a USB flash drive to class. 1.0 CEU Cost: $199 • Course Code: CECI-625-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Mar 13-Apr 3 • M • 6:30pm-9:00pm

Photoshop, Advanced

Prerequisite: Adobe Photoshop CECI 625 or equivalent skills.

Explore advanced photo manipulation skills in Adobe Photoshop including transformations, blend modes, restoration and a variety of montage techniques. In addition, learn how to combine graphic design elements and text with your photographs for effective use in layouts and print. Students must bring a USB flash drive to class. 1.0 CEU Cost: $199 • Course Code: CECI-620-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Apr 24-May 15 • M • 6:30pm-9:00pm

Sharing Files, Photos & More Via Dropbox & MS365 As our data grows with pictures, documents, movies and other information so does our need for sharing it. Email providers (Hotmail, Google, Yahoo) are starting to limit the size of what we share directly via email. This class will walk you through how to use services such as Dropbox and MS365 to share larger files with other individuals via email. Learn how to use these services so you never get the dreaded error message "File is too large" again! Students must be proficient in email usage. 0.60 CEU Cost: $69 • Course Code: CECI-747-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • Mar 25-Apr 1 • S • 9:00am-12:00pm Page 32 

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Child Development Associate Credential You will identify effective teaching strategies and techniques and practice these strategies during each course. To earn your Early Childhood Education certificate from OCC, you must complete the classes in CDA 101 (Fall), 102 (Spring), 103 (Summer) and 104 (CDA prep). Classes align with curriculum for both Infant & Toddler and Preschool CDA programs. To earn your credential you must complete 120 hours of formal Early Childhood Education training. For information about the CDA credential visit: www.cdacouncil.org. GrowNJKids participants should enroll in CDA 101, 102, 103 & 104. For information about the scholarship program visit: www.GrowNJKids.com. Students can start the program at any time with any of the classes. It is not necessary to take these classes in order. To enroll in CORE classes or GrowNJKids, register with course codes below:

CDA 102 4.00 CEU Includes these four classes: • Building Positive Relationships • Classroom Management & Behavior Guidance • Curriculum Planning • Professionalism Cost: $500 • Course Code: CEED-358-01 • Dates: 16 Sessions • Mar 13-May 24 • M,W • 6:30pm-9:00pm To enroll in CORE classes individually, register with course codes below:

Building Positive Relationships 1.00 CEU Cost: $130 • Course Code: CEED-194-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • May 1-10 • M,W • 6:30-9:00pm Classroom Management & Behavior Guidance

1.00 CEU Cost: $130 • Course Code: CEED-154-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Mar 27-Apr 5 • M,W • 6:30pm-9:00pm

Curriculum Planning 1.00 CEU Cost: $130 • Course Code: CEED-127-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Mar 13-22 • M,W • 6:30pm-9:00pm Professionalism 1.00 CEU Cost: $130 • Course Code: CEED-189-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • May 15-24 • M,W • 6:30pm-9:00pm To enroll in ELECTIVES, to enhance your CDA professional education or to meet continuing education requirements to renew your CDA, register with course codes below:

Creative Art Experience 1.00 CEU Cost: $130 • Course Code: CEED-131-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Feb 6-Feb 15 • M,W 6:30pm-9:00pm Science and the Young Child

1.00 CEU Cost: $130 • Course Code: CEED-137-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Jan 23-Feb 1 • M,W • 6:30pm-9:00pm

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New Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey is an alternate route teacher education program.

Students may choose to take the program as either a certification requirement to become a teacher in New Jersey, or for graduate-level credit toward a Master of Arts degree from NJCU. This alternate route to teaching program is a partnership between NJ community colleges, New Jersey City University, the NJ Department of Education, the NJ Association of School Administrators, and the NJ Principals and Supervisors Association. A Certificate of Eligibility (CE) is required for New Pathways to Teaching in NJ. For persons who do not hold a CE, or who are seeking to obtain (an) additional CE(s), the following class is required: Introduction to Teaching. For more information, visit our website www.ocean.edu/alternate.htm or email cpeinfo@ocean.edu

Introduction to the Teaching Profession 24-Hour Program New Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey and Ocean County College are pleased to offer this program, a prerequisite from the NJ Department of Education for all CE applications received after October 30, 2009. This is a 20 hour program of class work and a 4 hour classroom observation. Upon successful completion, students will receive documentation to apply for their CE. LAST CHANCE TO TAKE THIS CLASS! 2.40 CEU Cost: $200 Course Code:SRED-510-01 • Dates: 3 Sessions • Feb 3 • F • 5:00pm-9:00pm Feb 4-Feb 5 • S,SU • 8:00am-5:00pm

NEW! Introduction to the Teaching Profession (Previously "The 24 Hour Class")

This class is the first step on your path to becoming a teacher. This 50 hour class is comprised of 30 hours of lecture and 20 hours of clinical work. Clinical work would include observation of classrooms, tutoring, substitute teaching, and teaching in an after-school program. Cost: $349 • Course Code: SRED-512-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Apr 26-May 22 • M,W • 5:00pm-9:00pm

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Advanced Placement Teachers – Ocean County College AP certification classes every summer! offers AP certification classes every summer! Classes are held on our main campus in Toms River, NJ

from the Jersey Shore) Classes are held(just onminutes our main campus in Toms River, NJ Augustminutes 7–10 • Monday–Thursday • 8 am– 4 pm (just from the Jersey Shore) August 7–102017 • Monday–Thursday • 8:00am– 4:00pm Summer available subject options may include:

Biology AP • Calculus AB • English Literature and Composition • Computer Science Summer 2017 available options include: U.S. History • Government andsubject Politics-U.S. • Statisticsmay • Chemistry Biology AP • Calculus ABLanguage • English Composition • Computer Science English andLiterature Composition and • Physics 1: Algebra-Based

U.S. History • Government and Politics-U.S. • Statistics • Chemistry To be added to our mailing list or for additional information, contact us: English Language and Composition • Physics 1: Algebra-Based 732.255.0409 or APocc@ocean.edu

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High School Equivalency Prep (Ages 16+) Students must be able to read and write English. For students who did not graduate from high school, this course focuses on learning the skills to pass the High School Equivalency Test. Learn about the testing process and improve your comprehension skills in math, reading, writing, social studies, and science. Upon completion, you will be prepared to successfully complete the High School Equivalency Test series. You will be given information at the end of class to make an appointment to take the tests at the Ocean County College Testing Center. Please bring a notebook and pen to class. Handouts included. For more information please call 732-255-0409. Cost: $189 Course Code: CEED-350-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Feb 3-Feb 24 • F • 6:00pm-8:30pm Course Code: CEED-350-02 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Feb 18-Mar 11 • S • 10:00am-12:30pm Course Code: CEED-350-03 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Mar 10-Mar 31 • F • 10:00am-12:30pm Course Code: CEED-350-04 • Dates: 4 Sessions • May 6-Jun 3 • S • 10:00am-12:30pm

SAT Prep Making the decision to attend college is probably one of the most important decisions you'll ever make and your performance on college entrance exams is instrumental in determining your college choice. This 15 hour course will help prepare students to take the NEW SAT exam, which started March 2016. Areas covered include Reading, Writing & Language, Mathematics, and essays. Cost: $299 • Course Code: CEED-361-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Jan 26-Mar 16 • TH • 6:30pm-8:30pm

Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) Prepare to successfully complete the TEAS-V test. This test serves as the entrance test for Nursing School and includes: Two electronic practice tests with supporting study guide. 3.9 CEUs Cost: $435 Course Code: CEHS-332-01 • Dates: 10 Sessions • Feb 18-Apr 29 • S • 9:00am-1:00pm Course Code: CEHS-332-02 • Dates: 13 Sessions • Feb 16-Mar 30 • T,TH • 4:30pm-7:30pm

The Testing Center at Ocean County College ...provides services to the community in addition to administering and proctoring tests for our students. We offer CLEP and DSST exams that allow you to earn credit for prior learning; various certification and licensing exams through our affiliations with Castle Worldwide, Inc., Comira, NHA, the National Certification Board for Anticoagulation Providers; and the ETS ParaPro exam for prospective paraprofessionals in K-12 education. We also offer test administration and proctoring services for members of the community enrolled in distance learning courses at other schools. Contact the Testing Center at 732-255-0401 or via email at occtesting@ocean.edu for more information.

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Advance your career in the construction industry. Open to anyone with an interest in construction and mandatory for those desiring licensure. Courses are approved for licensure by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) pursuant to NJAC 5:23–5.20 and must be taken in the proper sequence (RCS-ICS-HHS). The DCA issues technical licenses in five areas: Building, Electrical, Elevator, Fire Protection, and Plumbing. Administrative licenses are issued in Subcode Official and Construction Official. Licensing application packets and related inquiries should be directed to the DCA Licensing Unit at 609-984-7834. It is suggested that you review this packet before you undertake the course. Students who successfully complete a course and have applied for licensing may be refunded up to 75 percent of their tuition (more information provided in class.)

Uniform Construction Code Training SPRING 2017 COURSE

Additional Offerings

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Camden Atlantic Cape May Camden Camden Camden Camden OCEAN Atlantic Cape May Camden Camden Camden Camden OCEAN Atlantic Cape May Camden

2/7-4/25 2/21-5/16 2/6-4/10 2/14-4/4 2/6-5/15 2/8-5/17 2/6-5/22 3/13-5/17 2/6-4/25 2/7-4/25 2/8-4/26 2/11-4/15 2/7-3/28 3/6-4/24 2/8-5/17

6:00pm-10:00pm 6:00pm-9:00pm 6:00pm-10:00pm 6:00pm-10:00pm 6:00pm-10:00pm 6:00pm-10:00pm 6:00pm-10:00pm 6:00pm-9:00pm 5:30pm-9:30pm 6:00pm-10:00pm 6:00pm-10:00pm 9:00am-1:30pm 5:30pm-9:30pm 6:00pm-9:00pm 6:00pm-9:00pm

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BUILDING HHS ELECTRICAL ICS ELECTRICAL HHS FIRE PROTECTION HHS PLUMBING ICS ELEVATOR HHS ADMINISTRATIVE SO ADMINISTRATIVE CO ADMINISTRATIVE TA

Uniform Construction Technical Assistant Certification Ocean County College offers courses that meet the education requirements for licensure of New Jersey technical assistants. The NJ Department of Community Affairs (DCA) pursuant to NJAC 5:23 (UCC regulations) oversees licensing. Call the DCA's Licensing Unit at 609-984-7834 for more information. You may also visit their website at www.nj.gov/dca/codes/licensingunit. Technical Licenses: Technical Assistant Certification. Textbooks required: 1. NJ Construction Code, 2. NJ Municipal Procedures Manual. Books take 4-6 weeks for delivery, please order in advance. 609-984-0040 4.5 CEUs Cost: $450 • Course Code: CEPS-127-01 • Dates: 15 Sessions • Feb 7-Mar 28 • T,TH • 5:30pm-8:30pm

Fire Protection HHS This 60-hour program is designed to prepare the students to obtain the licensing in the Fire Protection discipline of the NJ UCC, after they have completed Fire Protection ICS (CD 496). The HHS class is for high rise and hazardous structures only as stated in NJAC 5:23-5. Course work includes the building use groups, types of construction, height and area, fire protection systems and means of egress. Students will learn when the building codes require such systems and equipment in new renovated structures along with the standards for systems installations and acceptance testing. Textbooks required are the same as used in Fire ICS (current editions). 6.00 CEU Cost: $729 • Course Code: CEPS-412-01 • Dates: 15 Sessions • Feb 6-May 22 • M • 6:00pm-10:00pm

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ServSafe® Food Protection Manager Certification

This ServSafe® course provides comprehensive training in all areas of food safety and sanitation: Preventing Food Borne Illness, Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP), Cleaning and Sanitizing, Pest Control, Food Security, Proper Food Temperatures, Food Worker Hygiene, Food Allergies, and more. Training is provided by a registered ServSafe® instructor and proctor. You will be given instruction to help you prepare for and take an exam at the end of the class. A certificate will be issued to those who successfully complete the exam. A picture ID is required for exam. This training is recognized by the following organizations: National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation; New Jersey Restaurant Association; American National Standards Institute (ANSI); Conference for Food Protection; New Jersey State Department of Health; and the Ocean County Health Department. Participants who successfully complete this educational program will be awarded 0.7 NJ Public Health Continuing Education Contact Hours (CEs). Ocean County College has been approved by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services as a provider of New Jersey Public Health Continuing Education Contact Hours (CEs). The cost of this course includes instruction and exam. A textbook is required and must include an answer sheet for the exam. NOTE: Students must purchase the textbook in advance and bring it to the class. Students should bring the textbook (with included answer sheet) and Photo ID with them to the class. Cost: $219 Course Code: CEFO-802-01 • Date: 1 Session • Feb 7 • T • 9:00am-4:00pm Course Code: CEFO-802-02 • Date: 1 Session • Mar 21 • T • 9:00am-4:00pm Course Code: CEFO-802-03 • Date: 1 Session • Apr 18 • T • 9:00am-4:00pm Course Code: CEFO-802-04 • Date: 1 Session • May 9 • T • 9:00am-4:00pm

Animal Control Officer Certification This course prepares students for the certificate exam. This is a state certificate, which is required for all Animal Control Officers in New Jersey. Other careers that this course would be appropriate for training include animal care and welfare (veterinary technicians and assistants), animal shelter workers and volunteers, Animal groomers and trainers. Please see the New Jersey Certified Animal Control Officers Association site for more information specific to a career in Animal Control: www.njcacoa.org. Topics covered in this class include legal authority for animal control, procedures for court action, animal identification, behavior and handling, disease recognition and prevention, first aid on the road, community relations, shelter operations, euthanasia and adoption. In addition to classroom hours, there is a requirement of twenty (20) hours of ride-alongs with certified Animal Control Officers. Students are responsible for researching and scheduling shelter visits and ride-alongs. Workbook included. Textbooks required. Cost: $699 • Course Code: CEPA-118-01 • Dates: 15 Sessions • Feb 13-Jun 5 • M • 6:00pm-9:00pm

The Brilliant Dog Learn to speak dog! This program investigates how dogs develop from birth into adulthood and the impact of each stage on a dogs' cognitive behavioral development. Topics such as: breed differences, learning styles, thinking vs. action training, behavioral influences, facts about socialization, becoming a calm leader and how behavior problems develop. Attendees will also learn how to interpret and understand how dogs speak to each other such as: communication skills; calming signals and why understanding the value of what your dog is saying influences who they become as adults. At the completion of the program, you will see the absolute brilliance in your dog! Cost: $69 • Course Code: CEPE-360-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • May 3-May 10 • W • 7:00pm-9:00pm

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Barnegat Bay Volunteer Master Naturalist (Ages 18 & Up) Experience a great opportunity to learn how to become a Barnegat Bay Master Naturalist. Wednesday evening programs will be held on Campus at Ocean County College in Toms River. Programs will feature interpretive techniques and special guest speakers, focusing on the unique natural and cultural resources of the Barnegat Bay watershed. During the 4 Saturday field trips, participants will explore the forests, marshes, streams, and shorelines of state and county parks throughout Ocean County, hiking, kayaking, seining, photographing, and collecting data with experienced master naturalists, environmental educators, and field ecologists. Participants will need to complete a field journal during the 40 hours of course work. To receive and maintain the BBVMN certificate, participants will need to complete and document 40 hours of volunteer service and 8 hours of environmental training each year. Students must be 18 years of age or older to take this course. Trips are announced upon registration. For more information please visit the BBP website at bbp.ocean.edu 6.60 CEU Cost: $299 • Course Code: CEBS-135-01 • Dates: 14 Sessions Apr 5-May 24 • W • 7:00pm-9:00pm Apr 8-May 13 • S • 9:00am-3:00pm

Bartending Certification You will receive total hands-on training behind a real bar. Mixology book, career development and job counseling are included in the course. Cost: $399 Course Code: CEFO-204-01 • Dates: 5 Sessions • Jan 23-Jan 27 • M,T,W,TH,F • 10:00am-2:00pm Course Code: CEFO-204-02 • Dates: 5 Sessions • Feb 18-Feb 26 • S,SU • 10:00am-3:00pm Course Code: CEFO-204-03 • Dates: 5 Sessions • Mar 20-Mar 24 • M,T,W,TH,F • 10:00am-2:00pm Course Code: CEFO-204-04 • Dates: 5 Sessions • Apr 24-Apr 28 • M,T,W,TH,F • 10:00am-2:00pm Location: Art of Bartending School, 3103 Veeder Ave, Toms River, NJ

Get Paid to Talk: An Introduction to Professional Voice Acting (Age 18 & Up) Explore numerous aspects of voice-acting work for television, film, radio, books on tape, animation, documentaries, and the internet. We will cover all the basics, including how to prepare your demo. Record a commercial script and have the opportunity to hear examples of actual demos recorded by professional voice actors. Cost: $49 Course Code: CEFA-421-01 • Date: 1 Session • Feb 13 • M • 6:30pm-9:00pm Course Code: CEFA-421-02 • Date: 1 Session • May 11 • TH • 6:30pm-9:00pm

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Oil Painting Paint with the infamous Lou Riccio! This course will teach composition, design, and how to progress as an artist. Students will paint subject matter that is of interest to them including landscape, portraiture, and still life. Information on course materials will be discussed during the first class. Cost: $169 • Course Code: CEFA-107-01 • Dates: 9 Sessions • Mar 7-May 16 • T • 6:30pm-9:30pm Location: Point Pleasant Boro HS

Classic Watercolor This class is taught by Sven Widen, professional artist and instructor; a superb colorist and draftsman. Sven is beloved as a teacher, known for his good-humored patience, playfulness and ability to inspire every student! Be creative and learn how to use watercolor as your expressive medium! After acquainting yourself with the basic materials: pigment, paper, and brushes, you will practice the four fundamental approaches in this versatile and classic technique. We will start by depicting simple objects, progressing towards more complex still life arrangements. Individual guidance allows each student to advance at their own pace. Cost: $119 • Course Code: CEFA-443-01 • Dates: 6 Sessions • Feb 28-Apr 11 • T • 6:30pm-9:00pm

Luminous Palette of Pastels Class is taught by Lizzi Schippert, NJWCS, professional artist and instructor who is experienced in guiding each student to find their own voice while allowing the media and the motif to speak for themselves. Pastels offer many versatile and creative options for luminous artistic expression. After becoming acquainted with the supplies, we will focus on the basic ways of applying, blending, and layering colors. Using both pale and toned papers, we will proceed from simple studies of objects from observation to more complex still life compositions. Individual guidance will be given to students so they can advance at their own pace. Cost: $119 • Course Code: CEFA-437-01 • Dates: 6 Sessions • Feb 27-Apr 10 • M • 6:30pm-9:00pm

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Digital Photography: Intro

Prerequisite: Working knowledge of your camera and accessories. Required: DSLR camera interchangeable lenses). Suggested: tripod, alternate lenses.

Take your camera off automatic and gain creative control of your images in manual mode. In this course, students will explore the evolving media of digital photography including digital capture and camera operation. Students will learn various techniques and camera functions, such as aperture and shutter speed, while creating original photographs. In addition, valuable workflow, maintenance and storage options will be covered. Students must bring their fully charged DSLR camera to class. Cost: $139 • Course Code: CEFA-726-01 • Dates: 3 Sessions • Feb 21-Mar 7 • T • 6:30pm-9:00pm

Digital Photography: Intermediate

Prerequisite: CEFA 726, Digital Photography: Intro or equivalent knowledge. Required: DSLR camera-working knowledge in manual mode, tripod. Suggested: alternate lenses.

Take your images to the next level by applying the necessary technical skills to achieve your desired aesthetic. This course is designed to help photography students achieve even more success with their digital images. Students will learn how to use time and motion, lighting effects and compositional techniques to enhance the impact of their photographs. Portraiture, landscape, action and night photography will be explored. In addition, valuable workflow and storage options will be covered. Students must bring a fully charged camera DSLR camera to class. Cost: $139 • Course Code: CEFA-727-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Mar 14-Apr 4 • T • 6:30pm-9:00pm

Digital Photography: Advanced

Prerequisites: Digital Photography: Intro, Digital Photography: Intermediate & Photoshop Intro for Photographers or equivalent experience in manual DSLR operation and photo editing. Required equipment: DSLR camera, USB flashdrive. Suggested equipment: Alternate lenses, flash.

In this workshop-style class, students will learn advanced photographic techniques such as window lighting for portraiture and still life. Special attention will be given to difficult subject matter and mastering "tricky" lighting situations using flash. Through critique and hands-on practice of new methods, students will be able to sharpen both their technical and aesthetic skills with the camera, as well as with post production editing in Adobe Photoshop through the use of RAW image processing. Come prepared with a USB flash drive of images to work on and share, as well as your fully charged DSLR camera. Cost: $139 • Course Code: CEFA-750-01 • Dates: 3 Sessions • Apr 25-May 9 • T • 6:30pm-9:00pm

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HEALTH & WELLNESS WORKSHOPS Spring into Healthy Hormone Balance Are you experiencing fatigue, sluggishness, intense sugar cravings, weak muscle tone, digestive distress, hair loss, weight gain (despite exercise & healthy eating) and mood swings galore? Gain clarity on hormone disruptors and natural modalities to encourage hormone homeostasis. Discover ways to incorporate elements of nature, movement, breath work and meditations to bring balance back into the physical and emotional bodies and ease the endocrine and nervous system. Experiment with essential oils that promote a deep sense of calm, relaxation and uplift your spirits. Explore ancient nutritional practices and simple herbal & homeopathic remedies to further support and assist your mind and body back into alignment. *This class is for all stages of life: PMS, Peri-Menopause, Menopause & Post-Menopause. This class does not take the place of a doctor's recommendation or prescribed treatment plan including prescription medication. Cost: $49 • Course Code: CEED-236-01 • Date: 1 Session • Feb 18 • S • 1:00pm-4:00pm

The Sugar Blues Are you tired of sugar cravings controlling your life? Do you constantly crave sweets and are not sure why? Are you tired of always being tired and having low energy? Do you want to gain control over your cravings and not deprive yourself? This workshop will permanently change your relationship with sugar. You'll learn: • Top ways sugar is negatively affecting your health and happiness • Tips to eat foods you enjoy and not deprive yourself • How your lifestyle affects your cravings If you're ready to have more energy, fewer cravings, and take back control of your life; if you're ready to permanently change your relationship with sugar, then you don't want to miss this workshop!! Cost: $49 • Course Code: CEED-238-01 • Date: 1 Session • Mar 25 • S • 10:00am-12:00pm

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DANCE/FITNESS Adult Hip Hop Hip Hop is a street style of dancing primarily performed to hip hop music. It is a dance derived from Jazz with movements that include popping, locking, breaking, & krumping. Dancers love this fun loving, energetic style of current dance moves & never want it to end! This class is geared towards the adult learner. For parents and caregivers who are taking this, we also offer a Hip Hop class for children. Cost: $99 • Course Code: CEPE-431-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Jan 26-Mar 16 • TH • 7:00pm-8:00pm Location: Ultimate Dance Studios • 1174 Fischer Blvd., Toms River, NJ

Belly Dancing This ten-week course will cover a basic introduction to this beautiful, classic dance form. Students will learn the graceful isolation movements for hips, arms, and abdomen and gain an understanding of the music and rhythms of this dance. Students will also learn fun folk dances from Morocco, Egypt, Arabia, and Lebanon; along with use of finger cymbals. Cost: $79 Course Code: CEPE-014-02 • Dates: 10 Sessions • Jan 23-Apr 10 • 7:00pm-8:00pm Course Code: CEPE-014-03 • Dates: 10 Sessions • Jan 28-Apr 8 • S • 10:00am-11:00am

Meditation Series Program Appropriate for beginners as well as experienced meditators. This class will introduce you to various types of meditations. Meditation does not have to be difficult. With practice, you can learn how to cultivate peace, balance, and manifest what you really desire in your life. Please wear loose, comfortable clothing. Week 1: Reducing Stress and Anxiety Begin to shift your thoughts to more peaceful ones. This class will help you to achieve clarity, peace of mind and balance. Week 2: Building Self Confidence Learn how to clear your mind of negative, self-sabotaging thoughts and replace them with positive, empowering ones to help you move forward towards your goals. Week 3: Motivation & Peak Performance Gain the tools necessary to become motivated and become the successful person you were meant to be. Week 4: Moving Meditation A more conscious form of exercise. Learn how to maintain health, calm your mind, and reconnect with your spirit. 0.40 CEU Cost: $79 • Course Code: CEPE-436-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Feb 23-Mar 16 • TH • 6:30pm-7:30pm Location: Point Pleasant Boro HS

Integral Qigong/Tai Chi for Beginners Combining gentle movements, deep breathing and focused intention; this integral style of Qigong/Tai Chi's great appeal is that everyone can benefit regardless of age or level of fitness. Concentration will be on developing a practice that maintains optimum health and well-being that, with regular practice, can help reduce stress, improve balance and create serenity, while healing the body and spirit. Cost: $79 • Course Code: CEPE-214-01 • Dates: 6 Sessions • Feb 21-Mar 28 • T • 7:00pm-8:00pm Location: Point Pleasant Boro HS

Qigong/Tai Chi Advanced This class is open to anyone who has completed the beginner integral Qigong/Tai Chi class or has basic knowledge of Qigong or Tai Chi. Training includes integral Qigong/Tai Chi manual, advanced movements, selfmassage techniques, advanced Qi breathing techniques, and qigong meditation. Participants will learn how to perform advanced integral Qigong/Tai Chi safety effectively. 0.60 CEU Cost: $79 • Course Code: CEPE-284-01 • Dates: 6 Sessions • Apr 4-May 9 • T • 7:00pm-8:00pm Location: Point Pleasant Boro HS

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Yoga for Everybody: Begin Your Journey Yoga is for everybody! This dynamic blend of physical postures, breathing; meditation, movement, stretching, and relaxation bring balance to the mind, body and soul. Learn about yoga in a safe and welcoming environment. Everyone, regardless of age, flexibility or fitness level, can benefit from this ancient practice. The benefits include improved health, stress reduction and joy! This program is designed for the beginner student but all levels are welcome. Cost: $99 • Course Code: CEPE-266-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Feb 9-Mar 30 • TH • 6:00pm-7:15pm Location: River Yoga, 111 Princeton Ave, Brick NJ

Yogalates A blend of Yoga and Pilates to strengthen, tone, and tighten your body. These exercises build strength and stamina. Get in touch with your inner self and learn to relax to bring heightened energy and optimal well-being. Bring a mat and water bottle. Cost: $149 • Course Code: CEPE-254-01 • Dates: 10 Sessions • Jan 24-Mar 28 • T • 7:00pm-8:00pm Location: Ultimate Dance Studios, 1174 Fischer Blvd, Toms River NJ

Zumba Toning Combine targeted body-sculpting exercises and high-energy cardio work with Latin-infused Zumba® moves to create a calorie-torching, strength-training fitness dance party. Along with light-weight upper body resistance, you'll work against gravity or the floor to define your leg and ab muscles. Please note that this program is designed to tone rather than build muscle for a "re-defining" total body cardio workout! Bring your own 1-3 lb. hand weights or toning sticks, water and a mat to class. Cost: $110 • Course Code: CEPE-271-01 • Dates: 10 Sessions • Jan 23-Mar 27 • M • 7:00pm-8:00pm Location: Ultimate Dance Studios, 1174 Fischer Blvd, Toms River NJ

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LANGUAGE Basic Sign Language: Adults Learn the sign language for ABCs, numbers, introductions, food, animals, basic emergency, health & more. We will also focus on learning about the Deaf, their history, culture and language. Textbook recommended. Cost: $179 • Course Code: CECC-212-01 • Dates: 6 Sessions • Feb 7-Mar 14 • T • 6:30pm-9:00pm

Basic Sign Language: Part II Adults This is a continuation of basic sign language skills focusing on everyday conversation and common phrases. Cost: $179 • Course Code: CECC-213-01 • Dates: 6 Sessions • Mar 28-May 2 • T • 6:30pm-9:00pm

Conversational Italian I In this very basic conversational Italian course, students will learn common greetings, phrases and sentences used in everyday conversation. Learn about the culture, the cuisine, the music and art of the Italian nation before visiting Italy. Textbook required and available at the OCC Bookstore. Cost: $149 • Course Code: CEFL-101-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Mar 7-May 2 • T • 6:30pm-8:30pm

Conversational Italian II Building on the foundation of Conversational Italian I, students in the second half of this course will focus on building their vocabulary, verb usage and sentences in conversation as well as continuing to learn about Italy's vast cultural heritage and more. A must for those who plan to travel to Italy in the near future. Textbook required and available at the OCC Bookstore. Cost: $149 • Course Code: CEFL-102-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Mar 2-Apr 27 • TH • 6:30pm-8:30pm

Beginner Spanish No prior knowledge of Spanish is needed for this course! This course provides an introduction and foundation of Spanish vocabulary and communication skills. Classes will be taught using language immersion, interaction, and direct application of Spanish. Cost: $179 • Course Code: CEFL-216-01 • Dates: 5 Sessions • Jan 25-Feb 22 • W • 6:15pm-9:15pm

Intermediate Spanish Building on the foundation of Beginner Spanish, students in the second half of this course will focus on building their vocabulary, verb usage and sentences in conversation as well as continuing to learn about Hispanic cultural and heritage. Cost: $179 • Course Code: CEFL-217-01 • Dates: 5 Sessions • Mar 1-Apr 5 • W • 6:15pm-9:15pm

MUSIC Let's Enjoy Piano: Beginners (ages 18+) Not your traditional piano class. This proven breakthrough method of learning to "read the keyboard" and play by chord shapes is innovative, fun, and practical. Learn what you really "need to know" to play a song now! Fundamentals of music made easy. Even if you have had a few lessons before, why not give it a try? The Let's Enjoy Piano method instruction book is required and available at the OCC Bookstore. Cost: $119 • Course Code: CEFA-735-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Feb 4-Feb 25 • S • 10:00am-12:00pm

Let's Enjoy Piano Jazz!: Beginners (ages 18+) Learn to jam the Blues, Jazz, and Rock & Roll! No note reading required. Learn to think like a musician and read the keyboard, express yourself, and have some musical fun. Some basic familiarity with the keyboard is preferred, but not necessary. The Let's Enjoy Piano instruction book is available at the OCC bookstore. Website: www.letsenjoypiano.com www.youtube.com/letsenjoypiano Cost: $119 • Course Code: CEFA-742-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • March 4-March 25 • S • 10:00am-12:00pm

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PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT The Brilliant Dog Learn to speak dog! This program examines how dogs develop from birth into adulthood and the impact of each stage on a dogs' cognitive behavioral development. Topics such as: breed differences, learning styles, thinking vs. action training, behavioral influences, facts about socialization, becoming a calm leader and how behavior problems develop. Attendees will also learn how to interpret and understand how dogs speak to each other such as: communication skills; calming signals and why understanding the value of what your dog is saying influences who they become as adults. At the completion of the program, you will see the absolute brilliance in your dog! Cost: $69 • Course Code: CEPE-360-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • May 3-May 10 • W • 7:00pm-9:00pm

Basic & Intermediate Genealogy This course will cover the following nationalities/geographic regions; Ireland, Wales, Scotland, England, Italy, France, Netherlands, Spain, and Germany. This course is strongly recommended for novice students. Cost: $99 • Course Code: CESS-123-01 • Dates: 6 Sessions • Feb 25-Apr 1 • S • 10:00am-12:00pm

Western European Genealogy Join genealogist, author, and historian, Russ Dutcher, through peaks and valleys associated with both certified official government documents and the not-so-reliable posted family histories. Learn the proper way to verify and document your family history through various types of primary and secondary source documents. Please bring a flash drive to class for the uploading of documents. French, English, Dutch, Italian, Belgian, Irish, Welsh, and Scottish records will be included in this course. CESS-123, Basic & Intermediate Genealogy is a great companion class and strongly recommended. Cost: $49 • Course Code: CESS-124-01 • Dates: 3 Sessions • Apr 8-Apr 22 • S • 10:00am-12:00pm

Medical Genealogy Family health history or "Medical genealogy" is gaining interest and being used in conjunction with modern medicine for early diagnosis and risk analysis. Many of the factors that determine our health (or illnesses) today were inherited from our ancestors. Experts state that about 3000 of the 10,000 known diseases have genetic links, and that many diseases "run in families," including colon cancer, heart disease, alcoholism and high blood pressure. Learn how to create a family health history that you can use as a tool to aid you and your medical care provider in interpreting patterns of health, illness and genetic traits for you and your descendants. CESS 123, Basic and Intermediate Genealogy, is a great companion class and strongly recommended. Cost: $39 • Course Code: CESS-126-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • May 6-May 13 • S • 10:00am-12:00pm

Defensive Driving Course DDC-6 This National Safety Council defensive driving course is a comprehensive driver improvement program offering practical knowledge and techniques to avoid crashes and to choose safe, responsible and lawful driving behaviors. Certificate of Completion makes you eligible for a 2 point reduction by the NJ Motor Vehicle Commission, ticket dismissal or reduction on insurance (check with your insurance company). Please bring to class separate payment of $10 to process point reduction paperwork charged by the New Jersey Safety Council. Book included. Instructed by MONOC Medical Emergency Services. Cost: $70 • Course Code: CEPA-117-01 • Date: 1 Session • Apr 22 • S • 9:00am-3:30pm

Retirement Planning Today – Plan to Retire Early! This informative workshop will help you and your spouse make sense of the choices you face in building your financial future. Learn how to create a plan to retire early, integrate your finances with your goals and values, use new tax law changes to your advantage, properly allocate your assets within your employer retirement plan, make informed financial decisions, understand employee benefits and retirement plans; ask the right questions when evaluating insurance coverage, and protect your assets from long-term health care costs, and ensure your estate plan still functions properly under new laws. Financial education can be the best investment of your life. You work hard for your money. Now, learn to make your money work harder for you. Cost: $49 Course Code: CEFP-016-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • Mar 2-Mar 9 • TH • 6:30pm-9:30pm Course Code: CEFP-016-02 • Dates: 2 Sessions • Mar 7-Mar 14 • T • 6:30pm-9:30pm To Register

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Becoming the Ideal Leader in Life & Business The Energy Leadership Development System is firmly rooted in the 7 levels of awareness, and will catapult your energy and performance to a level that is perceived by all those around you as the "ideal" for leadership. You'll understand the concept of the levels of energy and how they are related to leadership excellence. You'll then learn how to shift your energy to present yourself in a way that inspires greatness in others. Students will learn the 8 Building Blocks of the Energetic Leader which include: Emotional Intelligence • Dynamic Communication • Influencing & Engaging Others • Problem Solving • Productivity & Decision Making • High Energy Relationships • Health & Wellness • Time Management and Balance. Cost: $49 • Course Code: CEED-239-01 • Date: 1 Session • Feb 4 • S • 9:00am-12:00pm

Personal Branding Are you just starting out in the job market or are you trying to re-enter in a new career? With all of the social media and online networking in today's modern society, managing your "PERSONAL BRAND" is essential. Learn the social media "dos and don'ts", the importance of face to face networking, how to organize your job hunt, interviewing techniques, how to interact and maintain professional etiquette in today's social media driven society. Students will learn how to keep their résumé up to date and current, how to use and not use Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, etc. to ensure their social media "online life" doesn't stop them from getting that next big job! 1.20 CEU Cost: $139 • Course Code: CEBM-729-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Mar 27-Apr 5 • M,W • 6:30pm-9:30pm

Barnegat Bay Volunteer Master Naturalist (Ages 18 & Up) Experience a great opportunity to learn how to become a Barnegat Bay Master Naturalist. Wednesday evening programs will be held on Campus at Ocean County College in Toms River. Programs will feature interpretive techniques and special guest speakers, focusing on the unique natural and cultural resources of the Barnegat Bay watershed. During the 4 Saturday field trips, participants will explore the forests, marshes, streams, and shorelines of state and county parks throughout Ocean County, hiking, kayaking, seining, photographing, and collecting data with experienced master naturalists, environmental educators, and field ecologists. Participants will need to complete a field journal during the 40 hours of course work. To receive and maintain the BBVMN certificate, participants will need to complete and document 40 hours of volunteer service and 8 hours of environmental training each year. Students must be 18 years of age or older to take this course. Trips are announced upon registration. For more information please visit the BBP website at bbp.ocean.edu. 6.60 CEU Cost: $299 • Course Code: CEBS-135-01 • Dates: 14 Sessions • A  pr 5-May 24 • W • 7:00pm-9:00pm Apr 8-May 13 • S • 9:00am-3:00pm

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SPORTS Get Golf Ready Never played golf before but always wanted to? Let us help you "Get Golf Ready" in just 4 days! This program is a 4-lesson group package, which includes on-course activities during each of the four lessons. You will learn swing fundamentals, short game, rules, etiquette and other essentials that every golfer should know. Cost: $105 Course Code: CEPE-346-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Apr 5-Apr 26 • W • 5:45pm-7:00pm Course Code: CEPE-346-02 • Dates: 4 Sessions • May 3-May 24 • W • 6:00pm-7:15pm Location: Eagle Ridge Golf Club, 2 Augusta Blvd, Lakewood

Lady Golf for Beginners This is a beginning or novice class taught by a female instructor. It is a program specifically designed for women and their bodies. Learn the basics including the rules, etiquette, and swing fundamentals. Golf clubs are provided for those women who do not have equipment. All classes are taught by an Eagle Ridge Golf Academy instructor. Cost: $105 Course Code: CEPE-344-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Apr 1-Apr 22 • S • 10:00am-11:15am Course Code: CEPE-344-02 • Dates: 4 Sessions • May 6-May 27 • S • 10:00am-11:15am Location: Eagle Ridge Golf Club, 2 Augusta Blvd, Lakewood

Lady Golf Intermediate This class is for the intermediate player. Improve your "on course" game. 4 hours of the class will be on course. It covers all aspects of the game from full swing to short game. You will strengthen and improve your mechanics, improve course and shot management while learning better ways to practice. Your instructor will teach you new drills and practice techniques you can utilize on your own. Cost: $135 Course Code: CEPE-356-01 • Dates: 3 Sessions • Apr 1-Apr 15 • S • 4:00pm-6:00pm Course Code: CEPE-356-02 • Dates: 3 Sessions • May 6-May 20 • S • 4:00pm-6:00pm Location: Eagle Ridge Golf Club, 2 Augusta Blvd, Lakewood

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KIDS' CAMP OPEN HOUSES Saturday, Feb. 25 • 9:00am-1:00pm Wednesday, March 1 4:00pm-6:30pm

AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER PROGRAM Sensitivity Super Powers SSP is an enrichment based program for high functioning Autistic children created to align sensory sensitive kids with their "super powers" and become the hero of their own story. In this program, we focus on each child's unique ABILITIES and foster empowerment, confidence, and compassion. Children will be exposed to music, art, yoga, animals, comedy & play therapy. Trips include a visit to Chariot Riders horse farm in Manchester, an educational tour of Silverton Farms in Toms River, the Toms River library for a sensory reading session, and a sensory specific laser show at the Planetarium here on campus. Classes are held on campus unless otherwise indicated. A calendar of all events and trips will be provided during parent orientations held on February 25th at 11am & March 1st at 5:30pm. Cost: $399 • Course Code: CEED-231-01 • Dates: 9 Sessions • Mar 11-May 13 • S • 9:00am-12:00pm

DANCE Hip Hop (Ages 8-13) Hip Hop is a street style dance primarily performed to hip hop music. It is derived from Jazz, with movements that include popping, locking, breaking, and krumping. Dancers love this fun loving, energetic style of current dance moves and never want it to end! Boys

Cost: $99 • Course Code: CEPE-297-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Jan 23-Mar 27 • M • 5:30pm-6:15pm Location: Ultimate Dance Studios, 1174 Fischer Blvd, Toms River, NJ Girls

Cost:$99 • Course Code: CEPE-298-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Jan 24-Mar 14 • T • 5:30pm-6:15pm Location: Ultimate Dance Studios, 1174 Fischer Blvd, Toms River, NJ

Hip Hop/Lyrical Combo Hip Hop is a street style dance primarily performed to hip hop music. It is derived from Jazz with movements that include popping, locking, breaking, and krumping. Dancers love this fun loving, energetic style of current dance moves and never want it to end! Lyrical is a fusion of Ballet and Jazz, with expressive movements that tell a story. Dancers will learn technique along with how to express emotion through dance. Ages 9-13

Cost: $119 • Course Code: CEPE-299-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Jan 25-Mar 15 • W • 5:00pm-6:00pm Location: Ultimate Dance Studios, 1174 Fischer Blvd, Toms River, NJ Ages 14-18

Cost: $119 • Course Code: CEPE-300-01 • Dates: 8 Sessions • Jan 25-Mar 15 • W • 6:00pm-7:00pm Location: Ultimate Dance Studios, 1174 Fischer Blvd, Toms River, NJ

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HEALTH & WELLNESS Nutrition Detectives Does your child eat the same foods over and over again? This unique course is sure to inspire change and motivate the whole family to adopt a healthier approach to balanced eating and meal planning. Nutrition Detectives is an innovative program for elementary school children. It shows them "5 clues" to read food labels and detect marketing deceptions while learning to identify and choose healthful foods. The program is novel, engaging, and efficient; imparting crucial information in minimal time. The presentation is followed by a handson activity in which children apply their "detective" skills with real food items. This program is credited to Drs. David and Catherine Katz. This is a food allergy friendly course. Cost: $49 • Course Code: CEED-237-01 • Date: 1 Session • Apr 15 • S • 10:00am-12:00pm

SPORTS Birdie Golf (Ages 6-10) This class is designed to teach juniors (Ages 6-10) basic golf terminology, rules, and etiquette. They will learn the basic fundamentals of the game including the grip, set-up, stance and posture. They will receive instruction on the full swing, putting, chipping, pitching, and bunker shots. Golf clubs are provided for juniors who do not have clubs. Cost: $99 Course Code: CEPE-343-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Apr 1-Apr 22 • S • 1:00pm-2:00pm Course Code: CEPE-343-02 • Dates: 4 Sessions • May 6-May 27 • S • 1:00pm-2:00pm Location: Eagle Ridge Golf Club • 2 Augusta Blvd, Lakewood, NJ 08701

Eagle Golf (Ages 11-15) This class is designed to teach basic golf terminology, rules, and etiquette. Students will learn the basic fundamentals of the game including the grip, set-up, stance and posture. They will receive instruction on the full swing, putting, chipping, pitching, and bunker shots. Golf clubs are provided for those who do not have them. Cost: $99 Course Code: CEPE-350-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Apr 1-Apr 22 • S • 2:15pm-3:15pm Course Code: CEPE-350-02 • Dates: 4 Sessions • May 6-May 27 • S • 2:15pm-3:15pm Location: Eagle Ridge Golf Club • 2 Augusta Blvd, Lakewood, NJ 08701

Birdie/Eagle Golf: Intermediate (Ages 8-15) This class is for the intermediate junior player. 4 hours of the class will be spent on the course. The classes cover all aspects of the game from full swing to short game. Juniors will strengthen and improve their mechanics while learning better ways to practice. The instructor will teach them new drills and practice techniques they can utilize when they are on their own. Juniors must have their own clubs. Cost: $135 Course Code: CEPE-357-01 • Dates: 4 Sessions • Apr 2-Apr 23 • SU • 4:00pm-5:30pm Course Code: CEPE-357-02 • Dates: 4 Sessions • May 7-May 28 • SU • 4:00pm-5:30pm Location: Eagle Ridge Golf Club • 2 Augusta Blvd, Lakewood, NJ 08701

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SCIENCE World of Model Rockets (Ages 7-12) This 2 day workshop was designed to accommodate the child who loves everything about space including the world of model rockets. Hand-on learners will have the opportunity to learn about the world of model rocketry and the science behind it. Students will build their own rockets from start to finish, paint them, and put the finishing touches on them. In addition, they will learn a history of NASA's program while learning about the physics behind the flight of the rocket including the calculation of how high their rocket will go. This will prepare students for future model rocket programs offered by OCC. In addition, students will be treated to a program in OCC's newly renovated planetarium. This promises to be a fun-filled space adventure. Please bring a snack, lunch, and a windbreaker. Cost: $125 • Course Code: CEET-168-01 • Dates: 2 Sessions • May 13-May 14 • S,SU • 9:00am-3:00pm

Forensics: "Mystery Gunfire" (Ages 8-16) Attention all CSI fanatics, detective sleuths, and future forensic scientists, psychologists and nurses! OCC presents its first Fall Forensic & Crime Scene Investigation Camp. Learn from a local forensic teacher and get your detective game on! Collect and identify data to identify the shooter, the makings of a line up, how to sketch and photograph a crime scene, fingerprint, collect and analyze blood trails and ballistic-related evidence, make casts and impressions of foot prints and tire tracks, and analyze microscopic hair and fibers to narrow down the suspects. Cost: $139 • Course Code: CEED-232-01 • Dates: 3 Sessions • Feb 4-Feb 18 • S • 9:00am-12:00pm

Forensics: "Serial Killer" (Ages 10-16) The mystery magic continues in our second Forensic and CSI camp as students search the Campus for human bones and analyze data to identify victims and the person responsible. Students will use a grid search technique to locate skeletal remains, seine oil for buried evidence, DNA fingerprinting to confirm identities, handwriting documentation and analysis, analyzation of bones to determine sex, height, and age of victim as well as blood splatter analysis to seal the case! Cost: $139 • Course Code: CEED-233-01 • Dates: 3 Sessions • Mar 4-18 • S • 9:00am-12:00pm

Forensics: Catch a Bank Robber (Ages 10 -16) Forensics Science & CSI: "Catching a Bank Robber" A series of unsolved bank robberies has plagued the area and although there are no reported serious injuries, the robber is becoming increasingly violent. You're invited to be a part of the mystery and assist police in stopping them before any more crimes are committed! RSVP to the last Forensic and CSI camp and learn about geographic profiling, serial number restoration, bullet trajectory, gunshot residue detection, counterfeit detection, and GPS tracking. Cost: $139 • Course Code: CEED-234-01 • Dates: 3 Sessions • Apr 22-May 6 • S • 9:00am-12:00pm

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SAFE SAILING FOR EVERYONE!!!

OCC SAFE sailing program is dedicated to the proposition that sailing is for everyone! We offer a fun, beginner sailing experience to the community. It is directed towards nonsailors using specially accessible boats for people unfamiliar with sailing and boating. We have adaptable boats for people with disabilities, impaired veterans, the elderly, and beginner sailors. We will be introducing the fun and freedom of sailing to those who would otherwise not be able to access these experiences. OCC Safe sailing program will provide instruction, boats, safety equipment, and everything needed to experience the water. Just be prepared to have a unique and fun experience!

Course Code: SAIL-1701-01 • Dates: 1 Session • May 30 • T • 10:00am-2:00pm *Additional classes will be offered June through October Held at Mill Creek Park • 111 Chelsea Avenue • Berkeley Township, NJ 08721 For more information: Paul Coward, Mill Creek Sailing Center Coordinator • pcoward@ocean.edu Sessions run from 10am to 2pm. Please bring a lunch. Up to 8 people per session, please register early. Registration: $90 per session. Ocean County College is a DDD Qualified Provider To register, call 732-255-0404.

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Look for information on 2017 Kids' Summer Camp! KIDS' CAMP OPEN HOUSES Saturday, Feb. 25 • 9:00am-1:00pm Wednesday, March 1 • 4:00pm-6:30pm

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When you visit Ocean County, visit Ocean County College! Concerts P Theater P Jazz P Dance P Planetarium P Family Shows

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION You can register & pay for most classes by visiting www.ocean.edu/cpe.htm. Click the Register Online Now! link. Student Name_____________________________________________________________________________________ Last

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Parent Name______________________________________________ Parent Preferred Phone______________________ Parent Email (required)____________________________________ Family Physician Name/#______________________ Emergency Contact Name__________________________________ Emergency Contact Phone______________________ List any Allergies____________________________________________________________________________________ Authorized Adults for pickup/drop-off: 1. Name______________________________________________ Phone #__________________________________ 2. Name______________________________________________ Phone #__________________________________ 3. Name______________________________________________ Phone #__________________________________ I give consent for photographs/video of my child to be used solely for OCC promotional and/or public information purposes.  Yes  No TO REGISTER IN PERSON visit the OCC Main Campus in Toms River, Library Building #3, Ground Floor 732-255-0404 OR visit the SEC (Southern Education Center) 195 Cedar Bridge Rd, Manahawkin. 609-978-2077. TO REGISTER BY PHONE call 732-255-0404. Page 56 

TO REGISTER BY MAIL send your completed registration form to CPE (Continuing & Professional Education), Ocean County College, PO Box 2001, Toms River, NJ 08754 (Make check payable to Ocean County College) REGISTER AND PAY ONLINE www.ocean.edu/cpe.htm

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There are no requirements to attend most noncredit Continuing Education classes for adults. Most classes do not require a high school diploma or GED, although some experience may be necessary. Check course description for details and required prerequisites or call the Department of Continuing & Professional Education at 732-255-0409. Class Confirmation Course confirmations/registration receipts are emailed upon registration. (Note: a registration receipt can be printed when registering online.) It is the responsibility of the student to confirm the start of the course and the room assignment by checking online at www.ocean.edu/cpe.htm. The weekly schedule goes online each Friday. All classes are at OCC, unless noted. IMPORTANT! You must bring your registration receipt/ confirmation to class with you. If you register close to the start of the class you may not appear on the instructor’s attendance sheet, so you will not be allowed in the class unless you show your payment receipt.

Refund Policy We will be pleased to offer you a refund for a class ONLY if you withdraw at least four days prior to the start date of the class. Refunds will be issued within 2-4 weeks based on the original payment method. There will be no refunds issued should a student be dismissed from class for misconduct. Student substitutions will not be permitted for courses.

You Can Reach Us! We are located in Library Bldg., #3 (Parking Lot #1) on the OCC main campus. All correspondence may be mailed to: Ocean County College, Attn: CPE, College Drive, PO Box 2001, Toms River, NJ 087542001. Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:00am-4:00pm For information about programs, call 732-255-0409. To register, call 732-255-0404.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) CEUs are awarded for participation in occupations and professional development courses. CEU eligible courses are identified in this brochure. 80% of attendance and in some cases, a passing grade, are necessary to receive CEUs.

Certificate Programs & Transcripts When you successfully complete all the courses in a Certificate Program, you may request your certificate by sending an email to cpeinfo@ocean.edu. Provide your OCC ID# and your name, the name of the certificate you are requesting, and your current mailing address. You may request a transcript letter by following this same procedure.

Employer-Sponsored Registration Purchase orders, vouchers and letter of intent (on company letterhead for pre-approved companies only) are accepted by mail. A completed registration form must accompany these documents.

Course Changes/Cancellations Ocean County College reserves the right to cancel a course entirely or to change its time, location or instructor. In the event a course is changed, students will be notified. Notification of course change/ cancellation will be made by phone or email. If a course is cancelled, all registered students will be issued a full refund.

Disability Accommodations Ocean County College complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. If you feel that you are entitled to accommodations based on disability, please contact the office at 732-255-0409. We request that documentation of disability and accommodations be presented at least three weeks prior to the beginning of class.

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION Emergency Closing For emergency/inclement weather closing information, check the college website at www.ocean.edu or call 732-255-0400. Information will also be broadcast on local radio stations.

Bookstore Textbooks are available at the College Bookstore, Bldg. #8 on the Toms River Campus, unless stated otherwise in the brochure text. Books can also be purchased online from the Bookstore page of the college’s website at www.ocean.edu. For bookstore hours, call 732-255-0333.

Parents of All Students Under the Age of 18 A “Health and Waiver Form” must be completed and submitted prior to your camp start date or be brought with you on first day of class. In case of an emergency, OCC will administer First Aid and/or arrange for transport to a hospital unless otherwise notified.

Student Misconduct Student misconduct on OCC’s campus is not tolerated at any time. For a list of misconduct examples, see the OCC Student Campus Life Policy #5247 at www.ocean.edu. OCC administration will address all Continuing Education (CPE) student misconduct incidents and deal with each situation appropriately.

Disclaimers Ocean County College does not endorse or recommend any specific vendor listed in this brochure. The college is not responsible for brochure text omissions or errors.

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Heating and Power Plant.........(CHP) Instructional Computer Center .(ICCT) Information Technology ...........(OITE) Technology Building .................(TECH) William T. Hiering Science Building .......................(HIER) 29 Health & Human Performance Center ..................(HPEC) 30 SECURITY/WELCOME CENTER .(SWC)

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65 Maintenance Building ..............(MBLO) 66 Facilities Management Bldg....(WARE) 67 Administrative Support Building .(ADSB)

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General Parking

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map version 22-Sep-2015

OUR OFFICE IS IN THE LIBRARY BUILDING! The Continuing & Professional Education Office is located in the Ocean County College Library, building #3, parking lot #1. Registration forms can be found on our website at: www.ocean.edu/cpe.htm (click the Registration link)

Spring 2017 Continuing & Professional Education

Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders*

Ocean County College Board of Trustees*

John P. Kelly, Director

Patricia D. Fenn Assistant Vice President of CPE, Workforce Development & Community Services

Gerry P. Little, Deputy Director

Carl V. Thulin, Jr., Chair Linda L. Novak, Vice Chair Jerry J. Dasti, Treasurer Stephan R. Leone, Secretary Dr. Judith DeStefano-Anen Frank J. Dupignac, Jr. Emil A. Kaunitz, Jr. Thomas Monahan Joanne Pehlivanian Dr. Wilda Smithers Joseph E. Teichman John C. Sahradnik, Counsel Danielle Robleski

Produced by the OCC Office of College Relations

John C. Bartlett, Jr.

Liaison to Ocean County College

Virginia E. Haines Joseph H. Vicari

*at the time of publication To Register

visit www.ocean.edu/cpe.htm

or call 732.255.0404

Student/Alumni Trustee

 Page 59


www.ocean.edu/cpe.htm

Saturday, February 25 • 9:00am–1:00pm Wednesday, March 1 • 4:00–6:30pm

Kids & Teens Summer Camps

CECTO

Tuesday, February 7 • 3:30–6:30pm Library (Bldg. #3) • Ground Floor • Snow date: Feb. 9

Business, Technology & Specialized Careers

Tuesday, January 24 • 3:30–6:30pm Library (Bldg. #3) • Ground Floor • Snow date: Jan. 26

Spring Open House

Saturday, January 21 • 9:00am–Noon Grunin Center (Bldg. #11) • Rm. A224 • Snow date: Jan. 28

Medical Billing & Coding & Health Information Management as a Career

OPEN HOUSES

OCC CONTINUING & PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED

Department of Continuing & Professional Education College Drive • P.O. Box 2001 Toms River, New Jersey 08754-2001

PAID

PERMIT NO. 27

TOMS RIVER, NJ 08754

NON PROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE

Send your completed registration form to CPE (Continuing & Professional Education) Ocean County College, PO Box 2001, Toms River, NJ 08754 (Make check payable to Ocean County College) www.ocean.edu/cpe.htm

OCEAN COUNTY COLLEGE

ONLINE

BY MAIL

BY PHONE Call 732-255-0404

IN PERSON Visit the OCC Main Campus in Toms River, Library Bldg. #3, Ground Floor or visit the SEC (Southern Education Center) 195 Cedar Bridge Rd., Manahawkin 609-978-2077

• online • in-person • phone • mail

Four Ways To Register


Spring 2017 catalog