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Rockland Community College Center for Personal & Professional Development

Credit-Free Programs Fall 2011

For information: 845-574-4151 888-807-4525 x 4151

sunyrockland.edu/go/cppd


From the Dean’s Desk…

At the Center for Personal & Professional Development, we continue to strive to develop and present courses that serve the diverse needs of our community. As you look through this catalog, in addition to many courses, you will also see new courses that reflect your needs based on our research. We hope you enjoy the new smaller format of our catalog, which was designed to save paper and handling costs. This is good for the environment, and allows us to continue to offer affordable course prices. One change we have not made is our commitment to offer a wide range of topics, including job and skills training courses as well as many classes aimed at personal enrichment and an improved quality of life. These are very important ingredients to leading a full and healthy lifestyle, and we honor our commitment to offering them to you! In addition to the main campus in Suffern, we offer many courses in the Spring Valley and Haverstraw Extension Centers. Please visit us on the web at: www.sunyrockland.edu/go/cppd Our website is easy for you to use and navigate. You can see course listings and descriptions and even sign up for classes. Check us out now to see an updated list of our current offerings. You can sign up for our monthly e-mail updates and stay informed as new programs are added - or even sign up to follow us on Twitter! You can also request a hard copy of our catalog. If you wish to speak to a friendly and helpful representative who will answer your questions, help you register, or arrange to send you a catalog, call us at: 845-574-4234. Your feedback is so important…please contact us at the number above or e-mail us at conted@sunyrockland.edu and let us know how we are doing! Richard Syrek, Dean The Center for Personal & Professional Development Yes! I wish to continue receiving future copies of your catalog sent to the address below. Name:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Address:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . City/State/Zip. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Email (Optional). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fill out the form on-line at: www.sunyrockland.edu/go/cppd OR mail to: Rockland Community College Center for Personal & Professional Development, Room 6102 145 College Road, Suffern, NY 10901 Or call us at: 845-574-4234 2


Professional Development

Business/Career Training.…………………………………30 Certified Public Accountants………………………………28 Health Professionals/Health Career Training ………………40 Insurance/Pre-Licensing ……………………………………25 Real Estate…………………………………………………27

ENVIRONMENTAL Classes .…………………………… 9 PERSONAL Development

Academy for Gifted & Talented Kids ………………………18 Computers………..……….………………………………37 Driving Programs......………………………………………25 English as a Second Language/Languages…………………35 Motorcycle…………………………………………………24 Safety Personal Enrichment …………………………………………15 Skills Improvement ………………………………………29

SENIOR Education

Adult Learning Center of Rockland.………………………44 Institute for Senior Education……...………………………19

ONLINE Courses

……………………....……………………………47 E-Learning LERN Online Classes……………………………………...46

SPECIAL Sites

Corporate and Workforce Training..………………………51 Dean’s Letter……………….……………………………… 2 Haverstraw Extension Center……………...………………43 Registration Information & Form….……………………… 8 Spring Valley Extension Center……………………………43 University Center…………………..………………………48

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RCC Locations MC: Main Campus BH: Brucker Hall AC I: Academic Building I, MC AC II: Academic Building II, MC FH: Fieldhouse, MC TC: Technology Center, MC SU: Student Union

HEC: Haverstraw Extension Center 37 West Broad Street, Haverstraw 845-786-2392

Other Locations JCC Y 450 West Nyack Road, West Nyack

RCBOR: Rockland County

SV: Spring Valley Extension Center

Board of Realtors 300 N. Middletown Rd., Pearl River

185 North Main Street, Spring Valley 845-574- 4151 or 845-574- 4324

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How to find your classroom

If you are taking a credit course, look at the four-digit room number given on the course schedule. The first digit identifies the building in which the class meets: 1-Academic I 7-Cultural Arts Center 2-Academic II 8-Technology Center 3-Student Union D-Building D 4-Library E-Building E 5-Fieldhouse 6- Brucker Hall The second digit identifies the floor the classroom is on. Room 1222, for example, is located in Academic I on the second floor.

Parking

No cost parking is available in designated areas on the Main Campus. Pick up your sticker at the Campus Security Office. Parking at Extension Centers depends on the facilities of the individual neighborhood center.

Telephones

Public telephones are located throughout the Main Campus in Academic I and II, Building D, Fieldhouse, Cultural Arts Center, Student Union and Brucker Hall.

Bus Service

To reach Main Campus or either Extension Center by bus, call Transport of Rockland anytime at 845-364-3333 for bus information and to receive free schedules, or visit www.rocklandgov.com, click on the bus icon. Additional timetables are available in the Library Media Center and Cultural Arts Center.

FIVE DIRECT TOR bus routes #59: Suffern-Tallman-RCC-Monsey-Spring Valley-Nanuet Mall-W. Nyack-Palisades Center-Nyack. #93: Sloatsburg-Hillburn-Suffern-Viola-

RCC-Monsey-Hillcrest-Spring Valley-Nanuet Mall. #94: Spring Valley-Monsey-RCC-Wesley Hills-Pomona-Mt.Ivy-Thiells-W. Haverstraw-Stony Point-Tompkins Cove. #95: Haverstraw Village-W. Haverstraw-Thiells-Garnerville-Mt. Ivy-Pomona-Wesley Hills-RCC Community Bus Loop #3 Suffern-Good Samaritan Hospital-Bon Aire Circle-Pond View Drive-Airmont Gardens-Walmart-Spook Rock Apts.-Montebello Commons-RCC-Monsey Pathmark.

Where do I get a bus pass?

At registration, students can purchase a discount student bus pass for unlimited rides on any Transport of Rockland (TOR) or TAPPANZEExpress bus for $48 per semester (Spring and Fall). Financial aid may be used for this purpose. After registration, the bus pass is available through the Bursar’s Office, 574-4417. Students may also buy Super Saver bus tickets at the Bursar’s office. Contact TOR at 364-3333 or online at rocklandgov. com, click on the bus icon. Coming From Tappan Zee Bridge Nyack Hillburn Sloatsburg Orange County

Driving On NY State Thruway

Directions to the Campus Leave at Exit 14B (Airmont). Turn on Airmont Road (right if coming from south and left if coming from north) which becomes Highview Road. Turn left at 5th stop-light, (or 4th from South) onto College Road. Follow College Road and turn left onto Campus at main entrance.

Haverstraw Stony Point West Point Points North

Rte. 9W or Rte. 202

Take Route 202 West past the Palisades Interstate Parkway. Turn left at 3rd stop-light onto Route 306. Turn right at 3rd stop-light onto Viola Road. Turn left at next stop-light onto College Road. The Campus is the next right.

Geo. Washington Bridge Palisades Interstate Orangeburg Parkway North Points South

Leave at Exit 9 (NY State Thruway west (toward Albany). Leave Thruway at Exit 14B (Airmont Road) and follow directions as described above.

Sloatsburg Tuxedo Points Northwest

Route 17 South

Leave Route 17 at the New York State Thruway south. Follow directions as described above.

New Jersey

Garden State Parkway

Go west (toward Albany) on NY State Thruway. Leave at Exit 14B (Airmont Road) and follow directions described above.

Nyack Points East

Route 59 West

Pass through Spring Valley, pass by Route 306. Continue on Route 59 and turn right onto College Road, Pass through two stop-lights, continue on College Road and turn left onto the Campus.

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Center for Personal & Professional Development Policies

Rockland Community College may cancel classes at its discretion. If a class is cancelled by the college, registrants will be notified and receive a full tuition refund. The college reserves the right to change instructors as necessary. The college does not always share opinions, advice and beliefs expressed in classes. Our instructors do not use the college as a way of selling services or products. If you believe this policy is being abused please call the dean at 845-574-4465. We reserve the right to correct any errors on our web site or in printed materials. All fees subject to change. Terms, content and brochure format are copyrighted. Any use, reproduction, imitation or other infringement is prohibited. Inclement Weather Cancellation - In the event of inclement weather/snow or other emergency, a class may be canceled. Please call 845-574-4034 for up-to-date information or visit www.cancellations.com Refunds - Students who withdraw from a class and notify the Center for Personal & Professional Development at least two working days prior to the first class (excluding weekends) are entitled to a tuition refund. No refunds are made thereafter. All refund requests must be made in writing. Refunds may take 4-6 week to be processed. Mail your request to Rockland Community College, Center for Personal & Professional Development, 145 College Road, Suffern, NY 10901 or fax to 845-574-4163. The following exceptions apply: • Motorcycle classes • Health Professional and Job Training for Health Professional classes require one week notice • Trips requiring two weeks’ notice Register Early Suggest a Course/Teach a Workshop On-Site Programs - On-site programs can be designed to meet the learning needs of your business or organization. For information, please contact the Center for Personal and Professional Development at 845-574-4151. Tax Deductions - Continuing education expenses (tuition, travel, meals and lodging) for courses taken to maintain and improve professional skills may be tax deductible. Texts - Some courses may require the purchase of a textbook. The Rockland Community College Bookstore is located on the main campus and will have a listing of required books for purchase. For information, please call 845-574-4465 or visit http://www.efollett.com Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) - Professional contact hours are provided when courses are approved by the appropriate professional organization. The CEU is applicable towards continuing education. One CEU is awarded for ONE contact hour of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction and qualified instruction. Ask us about getting your CEU certificate. Further Information - If you would like to be added to our mailing list or have suggestions, learning needs or questions about the Center for Personal and Professional Development offerings, please call 845-574-4234. Course Confirmation - If you have registered for a workshop, you will not receive a confirmation for your registration. Show up for your course. You will be contacted only in the event of cancellation. If your course is canceled, you will receive a refund. It is the policy of Rockland Community College not to discriminate on the basis of age, alienage, color, creed, disability, gender/sex, marital status, national origin, prior non-job related record of conviction, race, religion, sexual orientation or veteran status in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Vice President, Student Development, Room 8129, Technology Center, 145 College Road, Suffern, NY ~ 845-574-4206 6


Online: secure online registration

Board of Trustees Richard E. Voigt, Chair

www.sunyrockland.edu/go/cppd, 24 hours a day

Martin Wortendyke, Vice Chair

Fax: the completed form with your signed

Mary Lou Dillon, Secretary Arlene Clinkscale, LHD

credit card authorization to us at 845-574-4163

D. Penny Jennings, LPD

Mail:

Richard Kohlhausen

the completed registration form along with your check, money order or signed credit card authorization to:

Susan Oelkers-Ramos Caroline Osinga Sonya Shapiro, EdD

C. Wolfe, Rockland Community College Center for Personal & Professional Development Brucker Hall, Room 6102 145 College Road, Suffern, NY 10901

Senior Administration Cliff L. Wood, EdD, President

Institute for Senior Education

C. Wolfe, Rockland Community College Center for Personal & Professional Development, ISE, Brucker Hall, Room 6102 145 College Rd., Suffern, NY 10901 Call: 845-574-4151 or 845-574- 4234 Fax: 845-574-4163

Mort Meyers Executive Vice-President Susan Deer, PhD Vice-President of Academic Affairs Karen Gualtieri

Phone:

Interim Vice-President of Student Development

845-574-4151 or toll free 888-807-4525, ext. 4151, Mon. - Fri. Staff on duty from: 8:30 am - 5 pm.

Lawrence Ferrier Associate Vice-President

Walk-in:

of Finance/Controller

Rockland Community College Brucker Hall, Room 6102 Center for Personal & Professional Development Office ~ Mon. - Fri., 8:30 am - 5:00 pm (except school holidays) Mon. and Thurs. until 7 PM at the Records Office, located in the Technology Center. Tax Deductions: An income tax deduction is permitted for educational expenses including the cost of registration fees, transportation, meals and lodging incurred while maintaining and improving professional skills. (Per Treasury Reg. 1. 162-5; Coughlin vs. Commission, 203 F.2d 307.)

Anthony DeLuca, PhD Dean of Academic Services James Siegel, PhD Dean of Student Development

as of July 2011

Institute for Senior Education

Angel Torres, Student Trustee

Dana Stilley, Interim Dean of Enrollment Management Richard Syrek, Dean Center for Personal & Professional Development

RCC Fieldhouse Community Events Fall RV Marketplace Fri., Sept. 23 Sat., Sept. 24 Sun., Sept. 25

Indoor Lacrosse Fri., Nov. 25 Sat., Nov. 26 Sun., Nov. 27

Home Show Fri., Feb. 10 Sat., Feb. 11 Sun., Feb. 12

Irish Feis Sat., Oct. 1 Sun., Oct. 2

Gymnastics Sat., Dec. 3 Sun., Dec. 4

Autism Speaks Sat., Oct. 15

Tri State International Auto Show Fri., Jan. 27 Sat., Jan. 28 Sun. Jan. 29

RV New Product Show Fri., Feb. 17 Sat., Feb. 18 Sun., Feb. 19 Mon., Feb. 20 American Kennel Club Dog Shows Fri., Feb. 24

Sat., Feb. 25 Sun., Feb. 26 ASA Fishing and Outdoor Exposition Thurs., Mar. 1 Fri., Mar. 2 Sat., Mar. 3 Sun., Mar 4 Astronomy Show Sat., Apr. 28 Sun., Apr. 29

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Registration Form

Name o Male o Female Soc. Sec. # (optional)

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Address City/State/Zip County Home Phone

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E-mail address Please check categories that apply. Response is voluntary and information will be kept confidential. Refusal to provide this information will not result in any adverse treatment. Ethnic Origin: o American Indian/Alaskan Native o Black/Non Hispanic o Hispanic o Haitian

o White/Non Hispanic o Asian or Pacific Islander o Other ___________________ Have you ever been convicted of a felony? o Yes o No Have you ever been dismissed from college for disciplinary reasons? o Yes o No Felony/Disciplinary: A felony in New York State law is defined as a crime for which more than one year in prison may be imposed. The felony question applies if you have been convicted as an adult. If you answer yes to either question you will receive a letter requesting further information. Answering yes to either question does not automatically bar an applicant from admission. A campus committee will then review information provided. You must answer this question. Failure to do so will suspend the processsing of your application.

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Environmental Sustainability

Basic Electrical Theory

This course is for students with little or no background in electricity, or who need a refresher course. An overview of basic electrical concepts is recommended for those who are interested in taking the Introduction to Photovoltaics (PV) Systems or the Small Wind Energy Workshop and need to learn or review basic electrical concepts. Topics include components of the atom, how electrons flow through conductors, conductivity, series and parallel circuits, troubleshooting, voltage and current resistance, AC and DC voltage, single phase, three phase, and Ohm’s Law. The course includes a lab component. It is suggested that you take a short online test at www.sustainhv.org/cettc to determine whether taking this class is advisable before registering for the clean energy technology courses. DATE: Thurs., Sep. 15 – Nov. 6 (No class 9/29) TIME: 6:30 – 9:30 pm SESSIONS: 3 FEE: $75 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 385 461 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2123 INSTRUCTOR: Tom O’Reilly is a solar energy consultant, educator, & lecturer. He has a BS in Metallurgical Engineering from Lafayette College and has earned Photovoltaic Design Certification from Solar Energy International. “Teacher is great!” - George Doherty

Basic Math Mathematics for a technical career

This course provides a review of the basic arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, needed to successfully continue with a technical career, and is suggested for those who need a math refresher before taking clean energy technology courses.

It is suggested that you take a short online test at www.sustainhv.org/cettc to determine whether taking this class is advisable before registering for the clean energy technology courses. Materials needed: scientific calculator. DATE: Tues., Sep. 13 – 27 TIME: 6:30 – 9:30 pm SESSIONS: 3 FEE: $75 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 386 461 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2206 INSTRUCTOR: Tom O’Reilly “Great course/ great instructor.” - Thomas Ryan “Keep present teacher: extremely energetic & enthusiastic.” - Former Student

Introduction to Photovoltaics (PV) Recognized by NABCEP

Learn the basics of how to site, design, and install photovoltaic (PV) systems! This course includes sizing systems for both grid-connected and off-grid PV systems. Learn about the solar resource, problems associated with shading, and the best orientation and tilt for PV arrays. Discuss the required size and design of systems to serve a given electrical load. Learn safety procedures for installers and study the electrical code for PV systems in detail. Study various mounting systems for PV arrays and how they affect roofs. Includes a hands-on installation of a PV system! Students completing this course may sit for the NABCEP exam. Prerequisite: High school diploma; must be able to do simple arithmetic calculations; must have basic understanding of electricity including familiarity with volts, amps, and AC wiring. Required Textbook: Photovoltaic Systems, $85 ISBN: 9780826913081 Optional Textbook: Photovoltaics, $60 ISBN: 9780865715202 Optional Book: National Electrical Code Book (NEC 2011) $90 ISBN: 9781111542306

Questions: 845-574-4234 Registration: www.sunyrockland.edu/go/cppd or 845-574-4151 9


Environmental Sustainability Materials needed: scientific calculator, volt/amp meter for AC and DC voltage, AC and DC current of at least 10 amps DATE: Sat., Oct. 1 – Nov. 5 (No class 10/8) TIME: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm SESSIONS: 5 FEE: $599 Plus Text COURSE NUMBER: WFD 370 401 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2102 INSTRUCTOR: Tom O’Reilly

NEW! Entry Level Certificate of Knowledge of PV Systems Review

This course is for those who have completed the Photovoltaics (PV) Installer’s Course and feel that they need a review before taking the NABCEP Entry Level Certificate of Knowledge of PV Systems exam. The course will cover the ten skill sets listed on the NABCEP learning objectives. DATE: Tues. and Thurs., Nov. 8 and 10 TIME: 5:00 – 9:00 pm SESSIONS: 2 FEE: $125 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 393 461 LOCATION: SV, Room 305 INSTRUCTOR: Jason Novak

NEW! NABCEP Photovoltaics (PV) Entry Level Certificate of Knowledge Exam This exam is for those students who have completed the Photovoltaics (PV) Installer’s course and have mastered the ten skill set listed on the NABCEP learning objectives. (www. nabcep.org/learningobjectives.cfm). Materials needed: non-programmable scientific calculator, No. 2 pencil DATE: Fri., Nov. 11 TIME: 6:00 - 8:00 pm SESSION: 1 FEE: $99 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 396 461 LOCATION: TBA

Coming in Spring 2012!! Advanced Photovoltaic Systems

This course does not cover the basics, it is geared toward PV installers and engineers who already have experience with photovoltaic systems. Topics will include the future of solar energy systems, review of formulas needed to size PV, how to design a PV system with battery backup, PV mounting systems, calculating wind load, weight load on roofs, mounting, safety on roofs, calculating system efficiency, wire sizing, performance monitoring, shading analysis, troubleshooting and complying with NYSERDA forms and regulations.

PREREQUISITE: Introduction to Photovoltaics (WFD 370) DATE: TBA TIME: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm SESSIONS: 2 FEE: $350 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 383 201 LOCATION: TBA INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Gay E. Canough Dr. Canough is a NABCEP certified PV installer and ISP certified master trainer

Solar Hot Water System Design Hands-on Installer Training

Solar power isn’t just for electricity. Solar thermal systems (or Solar Hot Water) are less expensive and more efficient than solar photovoltaics and will qualify for lucrative federal and state tax credits. This course covers equipment such as collectors, tanks, pumps, piping and controllers and reviews major system designs such as “closed loop pressurized” and “drainback” as well as solar pool heating designs. This course is an 18-hour hands-on training for trades people, students in the trades, engineers, architects, HVAC practitioners and other professionals. This course is designed to meet training requirements for NABCEP installer exams. DATE: Fri. - Sun., Oct. 14 - 16 TIME: Day 1 - 1pm - 6pm (no lunch break) Day 2 - 10:30am - 5:30pm (1 hr. break for lunch) Day 3 - 10:30am - 5:30pm (1 hr. break for lunch) SESSIONS: 3 FEE: $599 (A $60 non-refundable textbook fee is included in the price.) COURSE NUMBER: WFD 371 401 LOCATION: TBA, Please call for an update. INSTRUCTORS: Pete Skinner, PE, President of E2G and Betsy Ferris Wyman of SunDog Solar.

NEW! Solar Sales Training

The solar industry has many engineers and scientists, but the industry also needs sales people. Attend this workshop to learn the basics of selling solar energy systems and the reasons why people buy these systems. Learn how to effectively talk to customers on the phone, how to sort and evaluate them, how to ask for the deal and to listen. Learn how to develop a proposal and set goals. During class you will develop proposals for various sized solar energy systems, put together presentations for prospective customers and look at various marketing techniques. Guest speakers will include marketing and Internet experts, a solar distributor representative and a million dollar solar seller. Course aligns with the NABCEP PV Techical Sales Job Task Analysis.

Questions: 845-574-4234 Registration: www.sunyrockland.edu/go/cppd or 845-574-4151 10


Environmental Sustainability PREREQUISITE: Electrical Theory, Photovoltaics and PowerPoint MATERIALS NEEDED: USB flash drive OPTIONAL MATERIALS: Photos of installations, digital Camera, certificates and endorsements related to your business. DATE: Wed. and Thurs., Nov. 16 & 17 TIME: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm SESSIONS: 2 FEE: $350 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 394 401 LOCATION: SV, Room 306 INSTRUCTOR: Francine Notte of ETM Solar

NEW! Conquering the Forms and Regulations of Solar Incentives

This workshop will cover NYSERDA and LIPA incentive paperwork, including allowable costs for reimbursement and rebate and how to use PowerClerk® to check application status (NYSERDA). Plus, the course covers applying for building permits, filling out permit applications, putting together complete packages for towns, getting stamped drawings, and other requirements of local building inspectors. The class will discuss how to deal with the utilities for interconnection, including: contracts, drawings and system information required by utilities, and navigating utility departments. Sample paperwork packages will be provided. DATE: Fri., Nov. 18 TIME: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm SESSIONS: 1 FEE: $250 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 395 401 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2203 INSTRUCTOR: Lori Johnson of ETM Solar

Small Wind Energy Workshop Learn how to locate and install a Small Wind Turbine

This five-day course guides participants through all necessary background information required to site and install a small wind turbine (up to 50 kW). All the steps required for a successful project including timelines, initial planning stages, site consideration, wind resource assessments and energy production estimates, tower considerations, zoning requirements, interconnection, insurance, permitting, equipment assembly, decommissioning, will be covered. This course is designed around the NABCEP Objectives and Task Analysis for a Small Wind Energy System Installer.

Day 1 provides an overview of wind turbines for those who simply want more information on wind systems, and is available and offered as an option. Required Textbook: Wind Power, $50, ISBN: 9781931498142 Optional Textbook: Power from the Wind, $25 ISBN: 9780865716209 Optional Software: 7th Wind Performance Calculator, available from 7th Generation Energy Systems, Inc. DATE: Mon. – Fri., Oct. 3 – 7 TIME: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm SESSIONS: 5 FEE: $599 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 372 401 LOCATION: TBA, Please call for an update. INSTRUCTOR: Roy Butler, Four Winds Renewable Energy, LLC One day option, WFD 380 401, is offered for $89

IGSHPA Accredited Geothermal Installation Course

This three day IGSHPA Accredited Installation Course focuses on the installation of geothermal heating and cooling systems and combines classroom learning with hands-on experience. A step by step example of a local closed loop system designed for residential applications is covered as well as geothermal marketing and sales for small and large companies. Course tuition includes seven manuals and guide books. Accreditation: Upon successful completion of the workshop and passing the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA) open book exam, you will be issued an IGSHPA accreditation as an installer of GSHP systems. You will also receive an installer’s card and a certificate. DATE: Tues. – Thurs., Nov. 15 - 17 TIME: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm SESSIONS: 3 FEE: $995 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 373 401 LOCATION: SV, Room 305 INSTRUCTOR: Peter Tavino, PE “Pete was great!” - Former Student “Enjoyed the class - want to learn more.” - Former Student

Questions: 845-574-4234 Registration: www.sunyrockland.edu/go/cppd or 845-574-4151 11


Environmental Sustainability Lighting, the Practical Application of New Technology How to Easily Reduce Your Electric Bill! Learn about the new lighting technology and what you need to know about these systems. How fixtures are made, differences in quality, and its impact on lighting performance. Different choices of lighting technology will be shown in the class including LED, Compact Fluorescents, Halogen, and ceramic Metal Halide. You will learn about the quality of light, energy use, service life, and installation do’s and don’ts.

DATE: Wed., Sept. 14 TIME: 6:30 – 8:30 pm SESSIONS: 1 FEE: $50 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 387 461 LOCATION: SV, Room 301 INSTRUCTOR: Howard Gurock is the President of Eco-Lite Products, LLC. For over a quarter of a century, Eco-Lite Products has been one of the leading suppliers of energy-efficient, productenhancing lighting to the jewelry, salon, optical and retail store industries. Eco-Lite also produces lighting for commercial and residential applications. Eco-Lite uses technologies such as LED, Ceramic Metal Halide, Compact Fluorescent and halogen. Howard is also frequently quoted in industry trade magazines about lighting issues and ways to increase lighting efficiency.

Building Analyst

This course helps you prepare for the Building Performance Institute’s Building Analyst written and field tests. This course will cover how the house works as a system, why some homes fail, and how to use the latest building science technology to help resolve residential heating, cooling, base load, and air leakage problems. By using a “whole house” performance-based approach, you will address a comprehensive range of interrelated building issues to provide your clients with a more comfortable, safe, durable, and energy efficient home. Prerequisites: Basic building science background is strongly recommended DATES: Classroom: Tues. - Fri., Oct. 4 - 7 8:30 am - 4:00 pm Field Sessions: Tues. and Wed., Oct. 11 and 12 – 8:30 am - 4:00 pm Written Exam (2 hour review + 2 hour exam): Thurs., Oct 13 – 8:30 am - 12:30 pm SESSIONS: 6 FEE: $1,045 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 390 401 LOCATION: SV, Room 305 INSTRUCTOR: Cliff Cooper Written exam: $200 (2 hour review + 2 hour online exam) This course is offered in cooperation with Ulster Community College. Please call 845-339-2025 to register.

Building Performance Institute (BPI) Training

Rockland Community College is proud to offer BPI Certification Training. BPI, Inc. is a recognized global leader in the development of professional building performance industry credentialing. By ensuring certified staff, quality management, and the delivery of consistent, high-quality services on every project, BPI Certification helps you raise the bar in home performance contracting.

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Environmental Sustainability Basics of Building Science

If you are new to building science and want to develop a foundation of skills and knowledge to prepare you for the BPI Building Analyst training & certification, this course is for you. This course teaches the basics of building science and how interacting relationships affect the performance of a home. Students will learn how to analyze the components of a home and how they work as a system (non-BPI class). In completing this course, the student will: • Understand fundamental principles related to building science • Acquire knowledge and skill sets that will enable the student to progress into BPI Building Analyst certification preparatory training • Gain awareness of tools and processes used to evaluate homes for health, safety, building durability, and energy saving measures This is not an in-depth building science course; it is an introduction with the intent to give the student a foundation upon which to build. The topics covered in this course are a good prerequisite for the advanced Building Performance Institute (BPI) Building Analyst certification training course. The general format of the class is 5 Modules completed over 5 weeks (i.e. one module per week). A new module becomes available on each Monday (12:00 am), and over the week the student will complete the reading, interactive message board assignments, and pass the module quiz w/ an 80% or better (they can take this quiz as many times as needed, but must pass it before they can move on to the next module). In all, the course is 15 hours of online participation (~3 hours per module/week). DCB 170-02 Fee: $300 Instructor: Cliff Cooper

The schedule, starting Monday, Sept 12th: Week 1 (Intro + Module 1): 9/12 – 9/18 Week 2 (Module 2): 9/19 – 9/25 Week 3 (Module 3): 9/26 – 10/2 Week 4 (Module 4): 10/3 – 10/9 Week 5 (Module 5): 10/10 – 10/17 To register, visit: www.hvcc.edu/ceebs/ trainings.html and scroll down to courses offered through SUNY Ulster. Follow link to the course registration form, then fill out and fax to 845-339-0780, or call registration office at 845-339-2025. NYSERDA reimburses 50% of the tuition fee upon successful completion of the course to qualified candidates that pay into the System Benefits Charge* (SBC). An additional 25% tuition reimbursement is available for those candidates employed by a participating Home Performance Contractor. NYSERDA only reimburses one time, per candidate, per course designation. Reimbursement for out-of-state candidates will be handled on a case-by-case basis. This incentive is being offered by NYSERDA for a limited time. You must complete the entire course to receive Proof of Participation and reimbursement. Reimbursement is subject to change at NYSERDA’s discretion. CEEBS is working with a US Department of Labor Community Based Job training (CBJT) grant, the goal of which is to support the development of career access ladder courses for economically, educationally and socially disadvantaged youth and adults in the energy efficiency or green job industry sector. To achieve this goal the CBJ grant will cover the cost of the program for eligible students to take the BASI course.

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Hudson Valley Educational Consortium What Is It?

Four Hudson Valley Community Colleges, Ulster, Sullivan, Rockland and Orange, have joined together in an exciting new regional collaboration. The purpose of the Hudson Valley Educational Consortium is to provide a wider scope of academic and continuing education programs to students. Another primary focus of the Consortium is to work with the community in the greater Hudson Valley to identify, develop and implement needed workforce training programs.

How Does It Work?

The Consortium is in the unique position of being able to meet evolving student and employer training demands by offering degree and continuing education opportunities primarily through long distance training technologies including interactive video television and online training. For example, a student attending Ulster Community College can enroll in courses originating from Sullivan Community College. Students participate in courses via interactive video training laboratory available on each campus and/or through online courses. This technology enables students to participate in classes and interact with the instructor, as well as the students at other colleges, through the interactive video educational environment. Interactive video television technology allows students to transcend the geographic barriers of degree programs offered at community colleges at geographically remote locations. In addition, Consortium programs give students the flexibility of taking their liberal arts courses from their “home” college.

Degree and Continuing Education Training Programs

Programs currently available through the Consortium include several emergency/homeland security related academic offerings: Associate of Applied Science degrees in Emergency Management, Cyber Security, Fire Protection Technology and Paramedic. Associate of Applied Science degree programs in the Innovative Technologies field are also available, including Green Building Maintenance and Management. The Consortium also offers an array of continuing education programs. Many programs are listed in the college schedules and educators are continually developing new programs based on emerging technologies and other areas of need. Orange, Rockland, Sullivan and Ulster Community Colleges are proactively working together to ensure that the regional needs of both students and employers are met through the Consortium.

Registration and Information

The Hudson Valley Educational Consortium’s programs are supported by the State of New York’s Education Department and Board of Regents. We look forward to hearing from both students and employers about how we may serve or enhance your educational needs. Registration for Consortium courses is easy! Students register for Consortium courses through the college they normally attend. If you have any questions, please contact your College Registrar or for CE class information contact your Continuing Education department. For specific questions on the Consortium, please contact Consortium staff at 845-341-4959. Thank you!

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Personal Enrichment

NEW! Comedy Workshop: Stand Up and Be Funny

Do you enjoy or have a talent for making people laugh? Do your friends say you should be doing stand-up comedy? Have you ever wanted to try your hand at stand-up... but need guidance or practice? Tune up your sense of humor-learn the art- and find your own comic voice. You know when other comedians are funny -- learn their techniques and why they work. Course Contents: • How to write comedy routines • Performing tips and exercises • Learn the key elements of comic performance and humor • Develop your stage presence and audience interaction skills DATE: Sat., Oct. 15 - Nov. 5 TIME: 10:30 am - 12:45 pm FEE: $175 SESSIONS: 4 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 099 401 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2104 INSTRUCTOR: Peggy Boyce has been performing, teaching, promoting, and producing comedy shows for over 20 years. Her students have been featured performers at Stand-Up New York, Gotham Comedy Club and other clubs and comedy festivals in the NY metropolitan area.

NEW! Resiliency in the Face of Adversity, Learn to Attract What You Want and Deserve

Do you want to strengthen your coping skills handling difficulties in positive ways? Do you have experience using a positive outlook, courage and group support when facing crisis? This class will assist you in focusing on ways you can reframe unexpected change and negative life experiences to create a stronger, healthier life. Adapting using personal development skills is the key to success. Class participants will create a comprehensive success plan, utilize vision board creation, goal setting and accountability to facilitate personal growth. Whether you want to start a foundation or find your own voice, this class can help you make your personal vision a reality. DATE: Thurs., Oct. 6 - 27 TIME: 7:00 - 9:30 pm FEE: $95 SESSIONS: 4 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 098 461 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2104 INSTRUCTOR: Pamela Charles is a school principal and educational consultant with extensive experience in coaching adults and children in personal growth and resiliency. She has two Masters Degrees from Columbia University and is completing her doctorate. Pamela has extensive experience educating children and adults in turning crisis into opportunity through personal growth. DATE: Thurs., Nov. 3 - Dec. 1 (no class 11/24) TIME: 7:00 - 9:00 pm FEE: $95 SESSIONS: 4 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 098 462 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Rom 2104 INSTRUCTOR: Pamela Charles

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Personal Enrichment NEW! PSAT/SAT Preparation Educational Services Center

The 24-hour course prepares students for the PSAT and SAT exams. Each three-hour class is divided equally between math and verbal sessions, covering the math and verbal skills required by the PSAT and the SAT Reasoning test. In the math sessions, students will review basic mathematical concepts in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, logic and functions. The verbal sessions include sentence completion, reading comprehension, grammar, vocabulary building and essay writing. ESC’s academically rigorous curriculum was developed by experts in the field over three decades. Our state-certified high school teachers prepare students by focusing on key academic concepts, innovative test-taking techniques, and improving time management skills. Through teacher support and practice with actual test sections and questions, students develop the confidence to take the test in a more relaxed manner and reach their maximum potential. DATE: Sun., Sept. 11 – Oct. 30 TIME: 9:30 am – 12:30 pm FEE: $429 includes all books and materials SESSIONS: 8 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 147 401 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2111 INSTRUCTOR: Educational Services Center Staff

Life Drawing

This course offers an opportunity for students to examine and creatively depict individual impressionist works, and realistic artistic renderings. Topics include: drawing elements of landscapes and organic forms (plants, animals, and humans), as well as man-made subjects including technological structures, machinery and architecture. Students will be expected to give creative artistic interpretations, as well as realistic representations of subjects taken from everyday life. DATE: Sat., Oct. 15 – 29 TIME: 10:00 am – 12:30 pm FEE: $75 SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 142 401 LOCATION: MC, CAC, Room 7200 INSTRUCTOR: Kenneth Savoury is an accomplished artist, focusing on realism and the study of the modern human world from a visual perspective. He is an enthusiastic instructor with a great passion for creative visual expression.

Pare Down/Cheer Up

A course/discussion group about the personal and societal benefits of learning to live comfortably with less. People want to limit their use of resources and simplify their lives for a great variety of reasons. Paring down can lower your stress and help you develop a more sustainable earth conscious lifestyle. Learn the best survival and technical skills, whether you are making the adjustment voluntarily or due to a loss in income. Register early, class size is limited. DATES: Sat., Sept. 17 - Oct. 1 TIME: 10:00 am - Noon FEE: $54 SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 144 401 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2104 INSTRUCTOR: Katherine Schwarz is an experienced professional educator in nutrition, health, and the environment, with expertise in integrating these three areas. Katherine has two Master’s degrees: one in Nutrition Education from Columbia University and the other in Community Health Education from Hunter College.

RCC Community Jazz Ensemble

The Jazz Ensemble is a big band that performs jazz from every era, from staples like Ellington and Basie to more modern works by today’s leading composers and arrangers. This ensemble is open to all musicians, from seniors in high school to the more experienced adults. Auditions are important for placement within the ensemble. You will perform jazz music of your choice for your instrument and do some sight-reading. Also, be prepared to solo over Bb blues. All pitched instruments will be prepared to play any of the 12 major scales with straighteighth legato articulation and jazz swingeighth articulation. Rhythm section players, be prepared to come and groove in a variety of jazz styles, including up-tempo swing, shuffle, jazz waltz, funk, Afro-Cuban, samba, and ballad. Guitar amp, bass amp and drum set will be provided. Bring sticks and brushes.

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Personal Enrichment DATE: Wed., Oct. 5 - Dec. 7 (No class 11/23) CONCERT: Tues., Dec. 14 TIME: 7:00 – 9:30 pm SESSIONS: 9 FEE: $25 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 141 461 LOCATION: MC, Library, Room 4122 INSTRUCTOR: Michael Smith, Music Director Supper Club All-Stars, Duke Ellington, East Ramapo 28 years, Town of Ramapo Jazz Workshop Director. Freelance Trumpet Performer.

Introduction to Digital Photography

Whether you own a point & shoot or Digital SLR camera or are looking to purchase one, this course will provide you with a practical and creative introduction to digital photography. Great images begin with an understanding of your camera, its features and its capabilities. This course is a great introduction to digital photography. It provides a clear explanation of terms and camera features - and classes are small to provide hands on time with your camera and the instructor. This class is also a great primer for the “Lighting & Composition” and “Adobe Photoshop Elements” class.

DIGITAL SLR Lighting & Composition Workshop:

Photography assignments and on-location shooting class. Learn to use the features of your DSLR camera to creatively use composition and lighting to improve your images. This class combines photography lectures and discussion with hands-on use of your camera, lens and flash, and provides a critique of the weekly shooting assignments. One of the class sessions will meet for an “on location” photography session. DATE: Wed., Oct. 12 – Nov. 9 TIME: 6:30 – 9:00 pm FEE: $199 SESSIONS: 5 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 339 461 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2300 INSTRUCTOR: George Potanovic Jr.

DATE: Mon., Sept. 12 – 26 TIME: 6:30 – 9:30 pm FEE: $165 SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: CED 185 461 LOCATION: HEC, Room 123 INSTRUCTOR: George Potanovic, Jr. is a professional photographer with more than 25 years experience in commercial advertising, corporate and fine art photography. DATE: Thurs., Oct. 13 – 27 TIME: 6:30 – 9:30 pm FEE: $165 SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: CED 185 462 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2213 INSTRUCTOR: George Potanovic, Jr. “Mr. Potanovic was a wonderful instructor. His enthusiasm and knowledge of this craft is very evident.” - Rachel Staulcup

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Academy for Gifted & Talented Kids

The Center for Personal & Professional Development offers innovative classes for gifted and talented children in grades 3-6. This program is designed for students who are currently participating in a gifted program or who have been tested as gifted. In the past, we have offered courses such as Young Architects, Go Green -- Build a Future Green City, and Medieval Times. All applicants must have eligibility forms filled out by school principals. Please contact Kathy Smith-DeGraw at 845-574-4730 for registration and application forms. During the application process we will forward a complete list of Fall 2011 course offerings as well as additional program information. Fall 2011 classes will be held Saturday mornings on the main Rockland Community College campus from 9:00 am – Noon, October, 15 – Nov. 19, 2011. Completed applications with all supporting documentation will be accepted through October 5, 2011. Class size is limited to 12 students.

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The Institute for Senior Education

Want to Teach Older Adults? The Institute for Senior Education needs Instructors. If you are a retired professional, or experienced in a hobby that you would like to share, please access our website at www. sunyrockland.edu/go/cppd and go to the Center for Personal & Professional Development under Continuing Education. The navigation bar on the left hand side will allow you to submit a proposal to suggest or teach a workshop. Institute for Senior Education classes are available to adults age 50 and older. REFUND POLICY 
100% before class begins 
100% cancelled classes 
50 % within the first two weeks. No refund after the first two weeks of class. FIVE WAYS TO REGISTER FAX: the completed form with your signed credit card authorization to 845-574-4163.

Continue to Route 45 (approx. 1 mile). Turn right onto Route 45. Continue through village (approx 3/4 mile). School is on left.

MAIL: the completed registration form along with your check, money order or signed credit card authorization to: C. Wolfe Rockland Community College Center for Personal & Professional Development, ISE Brucker Hall, Room 6102 145 College Road, Suffern, NY 10901 PHONE: 
845-574-4151 or 845-574- 4234 Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
 (except school holidays)

SENIOR ADULT AUDITS Adults age 60 and over can take credit courses free of charge on a space available basis. Seniors are responsible for program fees and are required to meet pre-requisites. Registrations can be mailed or faxed to 845-574-4499. They are processed in the order received, according to usage trends and availability. Call 854-574-4721 to request a schedule or visit us on the web at www. sunyrockland.edu

WALK-IN: SUNY RCC
 Center for Personal & Professional Development, Brucker Hall Room 6102, 145 College Rd., Suffern, 10901
 Monday – Friday, 8:30 am - 6:00 pm (except school holidays) ONLINE: www.sunyrockland.edu/go/cppd 24 hours a day

REGISTER EARLY! Our classes are based on the number of people enrolled. Please complete your registration two full business days before class is scheduled to begin to ensure course availability.

Directions to Spring Valley Center (SV) NORTH OR SOUTH - New York State Thruway, Exit 14, turn right onto Route 59.

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The Institute for Senior Education Watercolor for the Beginner

Learn the subtle ways in which watercolor differs from other art mediums as you experience the techniques that can make it work for you. Specific topics may include landscape, still life, floral and figure. A prior basic drawing course is highly recommended. The list of materials will be given at the first session and attendance at the first session is strongly recommended. A $14 fee for additional supplies is payable to the Instructor at the first class. Class size limited to 14. No new students admitted after the second class. DATE: Wed., Sept. 14 – Nov. 9 (No class 9/28) TIME: 1:00 - 3:00 pm FEE: $40 SESSIONS: 8 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 117 401 LOCATION: HEC, Room 118 INSTRUCTOR: Janet Elliott has an MA in Art Education from Hunter College. She has taught Elementary Art, Art Education, and drawing and painting courses.

Drawing for the Beginner

Release your inner Rembrandt and bring the world around you into greater focus by developing your drawing skills. Various materials will be used to capture still life, landscapes and the figure. A materials list will be provided. Bring drawing paper, #2 pencils and an eraser to the first session. A $14 fee for additional supplies is payable to the Instructor at the first class. Class size limited to 16. DATE: Thurs., Sept. 15 – Nov. 10 (No class 9/29) TIME: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm FEE: $40 SESSIONS: 8 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 399 401 LOCATION: HEC, Room 118 INSTRUCTOR: Janet Elliott

Drawing with Colored Pencils

Colored pencils are a vibrant, portable, and inexpensive medium for students to use. Learn the basic skills while drawing botanical, landscape, still life and portrait drawings. We will explore the newest papers and some mixed media techniques. Please bring following supply list to the first class: • Basic set of colored pencils (Prismacolor highly preferred) • Tablet of white paper for dry mediums (it will say “for pencil”) • Eraser • Pencil sharpener

DATE: Thurs. Oct. 20 – Dec. 15 (No class 11/24) TIME: 1:00 – 3:00 pm FEE: $40 SESSIONS: 8 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 146 401 LOCATION: SV, Room 302 INSTRUCTOR: Mary Sexton is a retired Art teacher who specializes in watercolors. She has taught grades K-8 and in several senior citizen programs.

LANGUAGE Conversational French - Intermediate

This course builds upon and expands the students’ foundation in conversational French, including some grammar and provides an introduction to French culture, history and literature. Textbook Practice Makes Perfect: Complete French Grammar by Annie Heminway. DATE: Fri., Sept. 9 – Nov. 18 (No class 10/7) TIME: 10:00 am – Noon FEE: $40 SESSIONS: 10 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 111 402 LOCATION: SV, Room 206 INSTRUCTOR: Greta Inowlocki

EXERCISE AND WELLNESS Seniorcize

A low to moderate impact aerobic/calisthenics class geared toward improving balance, muscle strength and stamina for the Young at Heart. The exercises are based on dance (ballet), yoga, and aerobic styles, using exercise bands and free weights. DATE: Mon., Sept. 12 – Nov. 28 TIME: 9:30 – 10:30 am FEE: $60 SESSIONS: 12 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 500 401 LOCATION: SV, Auditorium INSTRUCTOR: Diana Rohan is a group exercise instructor certified by the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America. She works at local fitness clubs, such as the New York Sports Club.

“Diana is a great aerobics instructor! You feel as if you have a personal trainer”. - Student Evaluation DATE: Mon., Jan. 2 – Feb. 13 (No class 1/16) TIME: 9:30 – 10:30 am FEE: $35 SESSIONS: 6 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 500 501 LOCATION: SV, Auditorium INSTRUCTOR: Diana Rohan

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The Institute for Senior Education NEW! Men’s Fitness

Now the guys have a class of their own! Improve your strength, tone muscles, and increase your overall fitness. Bring hand weights and/or jump rope if you have them. DATE: Tues., Sept. 13 – Nov. 15 TIME: 11:00 am – Noon FEE: $50 SESSIONS: 10 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 499 401 LOCATION: SV, Auditorium INSTRUCTOR: Johnny Benoit attends RCC, working on a degree in Physical Education. He has been coaching children and adults for more than 20 years.

Zumba Gold

It’s the latest exercise sensation! Latin, salsa, merengue and international music get you moving. Zumba is an aerobic fitness program that combines interval training with resistance to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. It’s exercise that feels like a party! DATE: Tues., Sept. 27 – Nov. 29 (No class 11/22) TIME: Noon – 1:00 pm FEE: $50 SESSIONS: 9 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 512 401 LOCATION: SV, Auditorium INSTRUCTOR: Milena Gralow is a certified Zumba Gold instructor. DATE: Tues., Jan. 10 – Feb. 14 TIME: Noon – 1:00 pm FEE: $35 SESSIONS: 6 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 512 501 LOCATION: SV, Auditorium INSTRUCTOR: Milena Gralow is a certified Zumba Gold instructor.

Tai Chi for Novice/ Beginners

This is an introduction to Tai Chi Chuan, the graceful meditative martial art that is appropriate for all fitness levels. Part I of the Yang style Tai Chi long form will be covered. DATE: Wed., Sept. 14 – Dec. 14 (No class 9/28, 11/23) TIME: 10:45 – 11:45 am FEE: $60 SESSIONS: 12 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 171 401 LOCATION: SV, Auditorium INSTRUCTOR: Barrie Austin has more than 10 years experience as a Tai Chi instructor, working at both the JCCY and Lifeplex.

DATE: Wed., Jan. 11 – Feb. 15 TIME: 10:45 – 11:45 am FEE: $30 SESSIONS: 6 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 171 501 LOCATION: SV, Auditorium INSTRUCTOR: Barrie Austin

Tai Chi Form Refinement

(Prerequisite: Tai Chi for Novice/Beginners or its equivalent). The intermediate level class is open to students who can perform at least Part 1 of the Yang Style Long Form independently. This class will integrate the philosophy of Yin and Yang, the 8 Energies and 5 Elements with the Form, providing students with an in-depth study of this “moving meditation.” DATE: Wed., Sept. 14 – Dec. 14 (No class 9/28, 11/23) TIME: 9:30 – 10:30 am FEE: $60 SESSIONS: 12 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 171 402 LOCATION: SV, Auditorium INSTRUCTOR: Barrie Austin DATE: Wed., Jan. 11 – Feb. 15 TIME: 9:30 – 10:30 am FEE: $30 SESSIONS: 6 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 171 502 LOCATION: SV, Auditorium INSTRUCTOR: Barrie Austin

Meditation for Beginners

Meditation can transform your life with greater happiness and contentment. The rewards of meditation are enormous, cumulative and farreaching. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a pillow or cushion and towel. Chairs will be used. DATE: Wed., Sept. 14 – Nov. 9 (No class 9/28) TIME: Noon – 1:00 pm FEE: $40 SESSIONS: 8 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 181 401 LOCATION: SV, Auditorium INSTRUCTOR: Barrie Austin

Easy Walking for Good Health

Enjoy 12 easy walks for good health and gain an appreciation of the parks and trails in our area. Each walk is no more than 3 miles and lasts no longer than 2 hours. After Daylight Saving Time begins, we will also walk the Piermont Pier at 6:45 pm on Tues. & Thurs. evenings.

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The Institute for Senior Education DATE: Wed., Sept. 7 – Nov. 30 (No class 9/28) TIME: 10:00 am – Noon FEE: $10 SESSIONS: 12 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 604 401 LOCATION: Trails will be visited in the following order: Mt. Ivy Swamp in Pomona, Rockland Lake, Nyack Beach, Esposito Trail, Clark Trail in Orangeburg, Clark Trail in Tappan, Hessian Lake, Dutch Town Greenway Trail in Haverstraw, Rockland Lake south to Nyack Beach, Tallman Greenway Trail on 9W, Congers Lake, Demarest Kill & Dutch Gardens. INSTRUCTOR: Louise Parnell is a retired NYC teacher who has hiked for many years. She and her husband lead easy walks for the Adirondack Mountain club.

Yoga for Seniors

This beginner class in Hatha Yoga includes stretching, deep relaxation and breathing techniques to relieve tension without strain. Students should wear comfortable clothing and bring a towel or mat for floor work. DATE: Thurs., Sept. 15 – Nov. 10 (No class 9/29 and 11/3) TIME: 9:00 – 10:00 am FEE: $40 SESSIONS: 7 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 172 401 LOCATION: SV, Room 308 INSTRUCTOR: Joan ‘Polly’ Flagiello has been studying Yoga for more than 20 years. She has taught Yoga for more than 10 years.

DANCE Latin Fusion Dance

Learn to dance Latin, swing, tango, and many more international dances. This class is upbeat and fun. DATE: Thurs., Oct. 6 – Dec. 1 (No class 11/24) TIME: 9:30 – 10:30 am FEE: $40 SESSIONS: 8 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 208 401 LOCATION: SV, Auditorium INSTRUCTOR: Marta DiGrado is a certified exercise instructor who works at the St. Lawrence Community Center.

COMPUTER MS PowerPoint and Power Sound Editor (Freeware)

DATE: Thurs., Sept. 8 – Nov. 3 (No class 9/29) TIME: 9:00 – 11:00 am FEE: $50 SESSIONS: 8 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 410 401 LOCATION: SV, Room 111 INSTRUCTOR: Ella Hill worked for 24 years at Lederle/Wyeth. She is a graduate of RCC and Dominican College and is an entrepreneur and certified trainer. She works with entrepreneurs, small business owners and “Seasoned Citizens” through “RIMS Connect The Dots Programs ™.” Her goal is to: Train to Retain, Inspire to Create and Teach to Live ©.

Digital Photo Editing

Learn how to upload photos to your computer from your digital phone or camera and edit them using free photo editing software. Please bring a USB Drive to class. DATE: Thurs., Sept. 8 – Nov. 3 (No class 9/29) TIME: 1:00 – 3:00 pm FEE: $50 SESSIONS: 8 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 411 401 LOCATION: SV, Room 111 INSTRUCTOR: Ella Hill

PERSONAL ENRICHMENT Theater Games Workshop

Enjoy an accessible approach to theater performance, good for any age-group. This workshop enhances acting skills for performers and non-performers and provides entertainment for players and observers. There is no learning curve; naturalness and unstudied responses are most effective. Two or three players are given a character and an objective - and a situation develops. Everyone has a good time! Explore your inner actor. Props are welcomed.

DATE: Tues., Sept. 13 – Nov. 15 TIME: Noon – 2:00 pm FEE: $40 SESSIONS: 10 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 179 401 LOCATION: SV, Room 206 INSTRUCTOR: Eve Bromberg, LMSW, has been a producer of a children’s theatre company and a performer in improvisational and stage productions.

Learn how to record and edit soundtracks or your voice; create sound files and retrieve in MS PowerPoint. Import sound or voiceovers for PowerPoint presentations. Please bring a USB Drive to class. Questions: 845-574-4730 Registration: www.sunyrockland.edu/go/cppd or 845-574-4151 22


The Institute for Senior Education Great Ideas in Astronomy

Study the history of astronomy from the Big Bang to Einstein’s Theory of Relativity by examining how human thought has changed over time. We’ve learned that the earth is not flat and that the sun does not revolve around the earth, but not until the 1920s did we learn there were galaxies besides our own, and that the universe is expanding. Today we also know that this expansion is speeding up. What’s happening? And how will it end?

DATE: Wed., Oct. 19 – Dec. 7 (No class 11/23) TIME: 10:00 am – Noon FEE: $40 SESSIONS: 7 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 169 401 LOCATION: SV, Room 310 INSTRUCTOR: Richard Edelstein, MD has been explaining astronomy exhibits at the American Museum of Natural History (home of the Hayden Planetarium), and has taught courses in Cosmology at Pearl River High School Adult Education, and at the Learning Collaborative at Long Island University.

GAMES Mah Jong

Learn or brush-up on the basic rules and strategies of this game which originated in China. Bring a 2011 Mah Jong card to the first class. Class is limited to 10 students.

DATE: Fri., Sept. 9 – Nov. 18 (No class 9/30, 10/14, 10/21) TIME: 1:30 - 3:30 pm FEE: $40 SESSIONS: 8 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 174 401 LOCATION: JCCY Rockland, 450 W. Nyack Rd., W. Nyack INSTRUCTOR: Philba Klinger has enjoyed playing Mah Jong for over 45 years and teaching it to others for the last several years.

Basic Bridge for Absolute Beginners

Learn the fundamentals of bidding and playing duplicate bridge. Bridge can be an enjoyable and intellectually stimulating pursuit for the rest of your life. Class is limited to 16 students. DATE: Fri., Sept. 23 – Dec. 2 (No class 9/30, 10/7, 11/25) TIME: 9:30 - 11:30 am FEE: $50 SESSIONS: 8 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 104 401 LOCATION: FountainView at College Road, Monsey INSTRUCTOR: David Herold is a master Bridge instructor and has taught classes for the last ten years in addition to providing private lessons.

MUSIC Exploring Classical Music

Look at the lives and times of composers of music performed by both the Rockland Symphony Orchestra and students of the Rockland Conservatory of Music. We will review technical details and aesthetic qualities through recordings and/or live performances.

DATE: Wed., Sept. 7 – Nov. 16 (No class 9/28) TIME: 10:00 am - Noon FEE: $40 SESSIONS: 10 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 122 401 LOCATION: SV, Room 103 INSTRUCTOR: Edward Simons is founder of the Rockland Symphony Orchestra and Community Music School. He has been an Instructor for the ISE program for many years.

Songs From Our Yesterdays

We’ll supply the words and music. I’ll tinkle the keys on our vintage piano and you will Sing! Sing! Sing! A guaranteed Happy Hour! DATE: Mon., Oct. 3 – Nov. 21 TIME: 2:00 - 3:00 pm FEE: $10 SESSIONS: 8 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 159 401 LOCATION: SV, Auditorium INSTRUCTOR: Lou Worby is a retired businessman. Playing piano and singing are his lifetime hobbies.

Golden Age of Opera

This workshop is an adventure and exploration of operatic masterpieces using choice recordings of outstanding performances. Participants will explore singers and their techniques, major composers, and their operas from the Ben Canto age through the romantic era to the present. No previous opera-going experience is necessary and all opera buffs are welcome. DATE: Mon., Sept. 12 – Nov. 14 TIME: 11:10 am – 1:10 pm FEE: $40 SESSIONS: 10 COURSE NUMBER: SOA 356 401 LOCATION: SV, Room 310 INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Irwin Elkins is president of Rockland Opera and a retired educational administrator from the East Ramapo Central School District. He is a musicologist and record collector specializing in the world of opera. He has been an enthusiastic opera attendee for over 50 years.

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Motorcycle Safety SmartRider Motorcycle Safety Program, Inc. • Work with M.S.F. certified, experienced RiderCoaches • Anyone who possesses a NY state driver’s license and a valid NY State motorcycle permit is eligible for the Road Test Waiver upon successful completion of the BasicRider Course • Motorcycles provided; helmets can be provided if needed • Course structure: approximately 1/3 classroom time and 2/3 riding time   Learn if motorcycle riding is for you through the MSF BasicRider Course. This is a 15 1/2 - 20 hour rider course. Your RiderCoaches are nationally certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF). You will be learning basic skills like straight line riding, turning, shifting and stopping. Once accomplished, you will progress to cornering, swerving, advanced/emergency braking, speed selection and more.  There will be both classroom time and riding course experience. Successfully completing the course entitles you to a DMV Motorcycle Road Test Waiver. This waiver is issued at the completion of the class. You are responsible for bringing the waiver to the DMV to receive your motorcycle endorsement, which will apply to your existing NYS Driver’s license. 

Requirements for BasicRider Course / Road Test Waiver   • • • •

A current and valid NYS Driver’s License. A current and valid MYS Motorcycle Permit (photocopies of both to be taken at class). Proper riding gear – visit www.smartridermsp.com for details Motorcycles and course material are supplied. SmartRider Motorcycle Safety Program, Inc. is the only certified motorcycle instruction school in Rockland County that offers the NY State DMV approved Road Test Waiver.

Register on-line at www.smartridermsp.com or Call 845-471-5800 Registration FEE: $350 SESSIONS: 15 1/2 (core curriculum) – 20 hrs. LOCATION: RCC Main Campus, Suffern, NY PRESENTER: SmartRider Motorcycle Safety Program, Inc.

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Pre-Licensing / Driving Programs New York State Life, Accident and Health Pre-Licensing Program

This course will fulfill the New York State requirements (Section 2103 (a)) of the Insurance Law concerning proper pre-license training for Life, Accident and Health in New York State. Separate state-issued qualifying exams required for licensure. Information is available at www.ins. state.ny.us DATES: Mon., Sept. 12, 19, 26 Tues., Sept., 20, 27 (final exam 5-9 pm) Wed., Sept. 14, 21 Thurs., Sept. 15, 22 TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $305 plus text SESSIONS: 9 COURSE NUMBER: BID 303 461 LOCATION: SV, Room 103 INSTRUCTOR: Laurel Stauffer-Daly, CLU, ChFC “The instructor was terrific!” - Joseph Marino “Laurel Stauffer-Daly was clear and very interested, which showed. She used real life examples, which was great.” - Dawn Cady

Property & Casualty Insurance Pre-Licensing Course

Rockland Community College is certified by New York State to offer the Property & Casualty Insurance course that state law requires in order to become a professional licensed agent or broker. Complete this course and the state licensing exam successfully, and you may apply for your license to act as an insurance broker or agent in New York State. This program helps prepare you to pass the New York State examination for property and casualty insurance. Topics include: Introduction to Property and Casualty Insurance, New York State Law and Insurance regulations, Role of the Agent and Broker, Operations of an Agency, Homeowners, Renters and Condominiums, Fair Plans, Flood, Auto and Livery Coverage. A certificate will be awarded upon successful completion of this course, school code: 73000

“The RCC class in Property & Casualty prepared me to pass my licensing exam. I am now working as a personal and commercial insurance broker.” - Kerry Burnett, Cambridge Brokerage Group “Very professional and knowledgeable. The instructor was the best!” - Joel Hoffman “The course was great! Thanks!” ­– Former Student

Defensive Driving DMV Approved: New York State Point and Insurance Reduction Program

“I Drive Safely” Point Insurance Reduction program is New York State approved and entitles licensed drivers and permit holders to a 10% reduction in the liability, collision and personal injury portion of their automobile insurance. All New York State insurance companies grant these deductions. This course may remove up to four points from your driving record. DATE: Sun., Sept. 11 TIME: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm FEE: $42 SESSIONS: 1 COURSE NUMBER: DED 100 401 LOCATION: MC, FH, Room 5211 INSTRUCTOR: TBA DATE: Sun., Nov. 20 TIME: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm FEE: $42 SESSIONS: 1 COURSE NUMBER: DED 100 402 LOCATION: MC, FH, Room 5211 INSTRUCTOR: TBA “It is perfect the way it is.” - Student

DATES: Mon. – Fri., Nov. 7 - 28 (No class 11/11, 24, 25) TIMES: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm FEE: $900 SESSIONS: 13 COURSE NUMBER: BID 201 401 LOCATION: SV, Room 301 INSTRUCTOR: Brenda Austin

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Pre-Licensing / Driving Programs RCC DDP Drinking Driver Program *NYS Drinking Driver Program at Rockland Community College*

Rockland Community College has been providing the NYS Drinking Driver Program since 1977. You have probably heard that driving while impaired or intoxicated is a serious traffic safety problem in the United States. In NYS, more than 20 percent of all highway deaths involve the use of alcohol/other drugs. But, the facts and statistics do not tell the whole story... behind the numbers are thousands of lives cut short, permanent or disabling injuries, and families devastated because someone drove while under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. Not every impaired or intoxicated driver causes a traffic crash, but each one is dangerous, risking his or her life and the lives of those sharing the road. Call DDP at 845-574-4421 or email rccddp@ sunyrockland.edu for the latest class schedule information and be sure to contact your local DMV Office to find out if you are eligible for RCC DDP. (Source: New York State DMV Driver’s Manual, Chapter 9)

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Real Estate Sales Licensing Course

Rockland County Board of Realtors and Rockland Community College have been certified by New York State to offer the Real Estate Sales course required by state law as a preliminary for licensing as a sales professional. Complete this course and the state-licensing exam successfully and you will meet the requirements for applying to act as a professional real estate salesperson working for any real estate broker in New York State. [New York State Approval Code #S-340] Certificates will be issued immediately upon successful completion of the course. Accelerated 75 Hours Course DATES: Tues. - Fri., Sept. 13 – 16 Mon. - Thurs., Sept. 19 - 22 Tues., Sept. 27 Mon. - Thurs., Oct. 3 - 6 Final Exam: Tues., Oct. 11 (Fridays 9:00am - 12:30pm only) TIME: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm FEE: $445 – includes textbook SESSIONS: 14 COURSE NUMBER: BID 842 401 LOCATION: Rockland Board of Realtors

Please call 845-574-4151 for registration forms. Separate state-issued qualifying exams required for permanent licensure. Information is available at www.dos.state.ny.us We use only licensed, experienced instructors with field experience. Rockland County Board of Realtors 300 N. Middletown Road Pearl River, NY 10965 845-735-0075

NEW! Real Estate Courses Online

NEW! Courses for Commercial and Investment Real Estate Professionals Financial Literacy For Commercial and Investment Real Estate

As the complexity of a commercial and investment real estate products and services increases, so does the knowledge base required for the commercial real estate practitioner! Commercial Real Estate Transactions are substantially more complex than that described by the basic economic transaction model. We will explore the financial literacy necessary to transact business in this highly complex world. We will introduce the basics for commercial real estate financial literacy: From Capitalization Rate to IRR from the investor’s perspective to cost of occupancy and the real estate decision based on impact to the financial statements. DATE: Tues., Sept. 6 TIME: 8:30 – 4:30 pm SESSIONS: 1 FEE: $179 COURSE NUMBER: BID 843 401 LOCATION: MC, Tech Center Ellipse, Room 8180 INSTRUCTOR: Joseph Larkin

Excel Calculator Class

This calculator course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of financial analysis tools, concepts and calculations necessary to compute and understand financial calculations for commercial real estate. It will prepare the student for basic financial calculations to an introduction to advanced IRR Calculations. Course Requirements: Students will need to bring a laptop, loaded with A FULL VERSION (activated) of Microsoft Excel to class. Students should have a basic understanding of net operating income, discounting, compounding, and general commercial real estate knowledge. Macs, with the most recent version of Excel, will NOT be able to run the Excel financial calculator spreadsheet. So, if you have a Mac, you will need the “Mac” older version of Excel. Visit www.ExcelCalculator.com.

Rockland Community College is partnering with Career Webschool to offer online real estate salesperson and broker courses. These prelicense courses are New York State approved and will qualify you to take the state exam. To register, go to www.sunyrockland.edu/cppd and click on the “Online Real Estate Courses” folder located in the Professional Development section in the navigation bar. Available courses online: DATE: Tues., Oct. 25 • Real Estate TIME: 1:30 – 4:30 pm • 30 Hour Remedial “Gap” Course SESSIONS: 1 • 75 Hour Sales Pre-license Course FEE: $59 • Exam Preparation COURSE NUMBER: BID 844 401 • Broker Pre-license LOCATION: MC, Tech Center Ellipse, Room 8180 • Continuing Education INSTRUCTOR: Joseph Larkin • Appraisal • Continuing Education • Exam Preparation Questions: 845-574-4465 Registration: www.sunyrockland.edu/go/cppd or 845-574-4151 27


Certified Public Accountants Attention Accountants in New York and New Jersey

Please call 845-574-4151 for information or to register. Tax Deductions: An income tax deduction is permitted for educational expenses including the cost of registration fees, transportation, meals and lodging incurred while maintaining and improving professional skills. (Per Treasury Reg. 1. 162-5; Coughlin vs. Commission, 203 F.2d 307.)

Tax Update and Review

Accounting and Auditing Updates

Rockland Community College Center for Personal & Professional Development is offering its next program to satisfy the New York and New Jersey professional education requirements for licensees engaged in the practice of public accounting. Approval Code numbers are: New York - 000175; New Jersey - E00274 Registration includes breakfast, lunch, a complete outline of Prof. Dyckman’s presentation, and a copy of J.K. Lasker’s Tax Guide DATE: Wed., Nov. 9, 2011 TIME: 8:15 am – 4:45 pm FEE: $179 COURSE NUMBER: CPA 111 401 CPE Credit: 8 hours LOCATION: MC, Tech Center Ellipse INSTRUCTOR: Samuel A. Dyckman DATE: Sun., Jan. 8, 2012 TIME: 8:15 am – 4:45 pm FEE: $179 (prior to 12/9/11) COURSE NUMBER: CPA 111 101 CPE Credit: 8 hours LOCATION: MC, Cultural Arts Theater INSTRUCTOR: Samuel A. Dyckman DATE: Sun., Jan. 8, 2012 TIME: 8:15 am – 4:45 pm FEE: After 12/9/11 $239 COURSE NUMBER: CPA 111 102 CPE Credit: 8 hours LOCATION: MC, Cultural Arts Theater INSTRUCTOR: Samuel A. Dyckman, CPA, J.D., LL.M, is professor emeritus at Baruch College-CUNY and frequently lectures for FAE and the AICPA on corporate and individual taxation topics. A nationally-renowned tax expert, Professor Dyckman has written numerous articles for professional publications and has received Outstanding Discussion Leader awards from FAE and the AICPA and is a recipient of the Baruch College Presidential Excellence in Teaching Award. Professor Dyckman is a member of the AICPA, the New York State Bar and the NYSSCPA. “As usual, this seminar is vital to kick off tax season to inform of new tax law features and review existing law. I appreciate to be able to attend Professor Dyckman’s seminar.” - Student Evaluation “Rating - Superior, excellent. The Instructor is super! His knowledge of the topics and his presentation skills are beyond comparison. He is a legend.” - Student Evaluation

Rockland Community College in conjunction with the Rockland Chapter of the NYS Society of Certified Public Accountants is offering the following accounting and auditing updates.

Accounting and Auditing Clinic - Part 1 Topics include: • State of the Profession • Engagement Efficiencies for Small and Medium Sized Clients • Best Practices for Local Practitioners with Risk Assessment/Internal Controls • Peer Review Avoiding Common Deficiencies • Fraud Considerations • Evaluating Going Concern and Related Issues • Asset Impairment Concerns • Status of New Lease Accounting Standard DATE: Wed., Oct. 19, 2011 TIME: 8:15 am – 4:45 pm FEE: $179 COURSE NUMBER: CPA 145 401 CPE Credit: 8 hours LOCATION: MC, Tech Center Ellipse INSTRUCTOR: Audit Watch, a division of Thomson Reuters

Accounting and Auditing Clinic - Part 2 Topics include: • Update – Reviews & Compilation • Update – Auditing Standards Board • Update – Professional Ethics • Update – Accounting Standards DATE: Tues., Nov. 15, 2011 TIME: 8:15 am – 4:45 pm FEE: $179 COURSE NUMBER: CPA 146 401 CPE Credit: 8 hours LOCATION: MC, Tech Center Ellipse INSTRUCTOR: TBA

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Skills Improvement Basic Math

This is a math refresher class that covers skills in basic math through algebra. The course provides a brush up of math before tackling college-level math classes. DATE: Tues., Sept. 13 – Oct. 18 TIME: 7:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $109 SESSIONS: 6 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 400 461 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2205 INSTRUCTOR: James Potoczak DATE: Thurs., Oct. 27 – Dec. 8 (No class 11/24) TIME: 7:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $109 SESSIONS: 6 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 400 462 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2123 INSTRUCTOR: James Potoczak

Basic Spelling

Are you embarrassed by misspelling or a poor vocabulary? Learn the phonetic and syllablebased rules that lead to correct spelling. You’ll also learn word roots and how to apply new words for improved communication. This course is recommended for anyone who wants to improve their spelling skills.

Improve Your Writing Skills

This course is for new writers or for those who are out-of-practice. Learn to write clearer sentences, develop effective paragraphs, design logical opening statements, and increase readability. Knowledge of basic grammar rules is assumed. DATE: Tues., Sept. 20 - Oct. 25 TIME: 10:00 am – Noon FEE: $109 SESSIONS: 6 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 998 401 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8274 INSTRUCTOR: Carol Bierman DATE: Mon., Nov. 7 - Dec. 12 TIME: 6:30 – 8:30 pm FEE: $109 SESSIONS: 6 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 998 461 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8274 INSTRUCTOR: Carol Bierman

Building a Good Vocabulary

Learn new words and their spelling, pronunciation and definition, and how to use them correctly in sentences. The importance of prefixes and suffixes in identifying the meaning of a word will be explained. Bring a paperback dictionary to class.

DATE: Thurs., Sept. 8 - 22 TIME: 7:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $54 SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 997 461 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2104 INSTRUCTOR: Carol Bierman

DATE: Thurs., Sept. 1 - 22 TIME: 10:00 am – Noon FEE: $109 SESSIONS: 4 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 999 401 LOCATION: SV, Room 103 INSTRUCTOR: Carol Bierman

DATE: Tues., Nov. 8 - 22 TIME: 10:00 am – Noon FEE: $54 SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 997 401 LOCATION: SV, Room 103 INSTRUCTOR: Carol Bierman

DATE: Thurs., Oct. 27 - Nov. 17 TIME: 7:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $109 SESSIONS: 4 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 999 461 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2127 INSTRUCTOR: Carol Bierman

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Business and Career Training

NYS Small Business Development Center

The SBDC is a small business resource for Rockland County small businesses and entrepreneurs providing specific, individualized management and technical assistance. From access to capital to business plans to market research to contracting to e-business and technology - the SBDC works directly with each small business and their business situation. If you’re looking to expand your business or capitalize on a growth opportunity or to meet the challenges of today’s economy and marketplace or an entrepreneur looking to start a business, the SBDC provides no-cost, direct, confidential assistance. The SBDC is the local small business source for a wide range of services and data including demographics, industry research, marketing and business plans - all handled with one-to-one advisement targeted to your individual business. The SBDC assistance provided to New York Small businesses is completely confidential and is provided at no charge. The SBDC at Rockland Community College is administered by the State University of NY and is supported by the County of Rockland, Rockland Community College and the US Small Business Administration. NYS Small Business Development Center at RCC 145 College Road, Suffern, NY 10901 P: 845-356-6065 • F: 845-356-6117 • e: sbdc@sunyrockland.edu For further information contact the SBDC at 845-574-4126.

Register Early!

Our classes are based on the number of people enrolled, so register early. We ask that you complete your registration two full business days before class is scheduled to begin to ensure course availability.

Why Job Training?

Our job training programs may be more relevant to you than a degree and they are faster to complete. We focus on hands-on training. If you are already working, our programs can complement your present skills and experience and help you show your employer your potential abilities.

Digital Patient Record Certification

This self study course fully prepares you for the Digital Patient Record Certification (DPRC) exam. DPRC completion demonstrates a healthcare professional or student’s basic ability to accurately, dependably, and legally manage patient records in the modern electronic era increasingly recognized as a foundation of knowledge from which healthcare delivery organizations and educational settings ”train up.” Broad topics of the course include:

Electronic health record systems and the important elements within, including Federal HIPAA regulations and “meaningful use” concepts; Navigating within and across digital patient records. The program includes a 38 page printed study guide, an e-learning course, online administration of the DPRC exam and, upon successful completion of the exam, the Digital Patient Record CertificationTM Certificate. DATE: Monthly FEE: $250 SESSIONS: Self-paced COURSE NUMBER: PPD 526 401

NEW! Healthcare Practice Management

Course This program is for those who want to pursue a career as a Medical Office Manager, Accounts Receivable Manager or Administrative Assistant in a hospital/healthcare facility. Participants must have basic computer skills, including Word, and be interviewed by the instructor prior to registering for the class. To set up the interview, please contact Madelon Berger, at 845-634-6500 ext. 226. The program consists of four modules covering:

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Business and Career Training • Revenue cycle management; • Organization, communication, and professional business skills; • Medical terminology; • Medical billing and coding, accounts receivable reimbursement tracking; • New informational technology requirements, and management responsibilities. • Note: Internship included. • All students will receive a certificate of completion upon successful meeting all program requirements. WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This program is designed for people already in the healthcare industry or for those looking for a career change in a growth industry. DATE: Mon. & Wed., Sept. 12 - Dec. 21 (No class 9/28, 11/23) TIME: 6:00 - 9:00 pm FEE: $1,499 SESSIONS: 26 COURSE NUMBER: PPD 127 461 LOCATION: SV, Room 302 INSTRUCTOR: TBA

Phlebotomy Technician Program

This 90-hour Phlebotomy Technician Program prepares professionals to collect blood specimens from clients for the purpose of laboratory analysis. Students will become familiar with all aspects related to blood collection and develop comprehensive skills to perform venipunctures completely and safely. Classroom and lab work include terminology, anatomy and physiology; blood collection procedures; specimen hands-on practice; and training in skills and techniques to perform puncture methods. Note: There is no outside externship rotation included with this program. DATE: Mon. & Wed., Oct. 5 - Dec. 21 Sat. Oct. 15, Nov. 5, Dec. 3 (No class 10/10, 11/23) TIME: 6:00 – 9:30 pm & Sat., 9:00 am – 3:00 pm FEE: $1,599 (Textbooks included) SESSIONS: 24 COURSE NUMBER: PPD 496 461 LOCATION: MC, AC I, Room 1119 INSTRUCTOR: TBA

Hemodialysis Technician: Introductory Course

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: RNs, LPNs, and nursing students TOPICS to be covered: • Introduction to the dialysis unit • Effects of End-Stage Renal Disease and treatment options • Technical systems: dialysis machines, water treatment, supplies and medical devices, reprocessing dialyzers • Safety and infection control according to OSHA OBJECTIVES: After taking this course, you should be able to: Identify the responsibilities of the dialysis technician as a member of the hemodialysis team; • Apply basic knowledge of End Stage Renal Disease to the use of hemodialysis as a treatment modality; • Practice infection control measures in the health care setting; • Operate, maintain, and troubleshoot procedures for technical equipment used in the hemodialysis setting; • Demonstrate performance skills necessary to function as an entry-level hemodialysis technician. A Rockland Community College Physical Examination Form must be completed by a physician prior to class registration. Please call 845-574-4518 for registration information. Enrollment is limited to the first 24 registrants. DATES: Mon., Sept. 12 - Dec. 12 Class meets two nights per week: Lecture: Mondays, Clinical: At Good Samaritan Hospital to be assigned - either Tuesday or Wednesday TIME: Class 6:00 – 9:00 pm Clinical: 5:30 – 9:30 pm FEE: $1,450.00 (includes $50 non-refundable application fee) An additional materials fee is payable at the first clinical experience SESSIONS: 14 COURSE NUMBER: PPD 128 461 LOCATION: MC, AC I, Room 1301 INSTRUCTOR: Susan Cacciola, RN, BSN, CLNC, Clinical Dialysis Nurse with a background in medical surgical nursing.

Successful completion of this 14-week introductory level course will qualify you for an entry-level position as a dialysis technician. As a dialysis technician you will be an important member of the Hemodialysis Team working with patients with kidney failure. The field offers great job opportunities with potential for economic and professional growth. Questions: 845-574-4518 Registration: www.sunyrockland.edu/go/cppd or 845-574-4151 31


Business and Career Training Medical Billing and Coding Program

This combined 80-hour billing and coding course offers the skills needed to solve insurance billing problems, how to manually file claims (using the CPT and ICD-9 manual), complete common insurance forms, trace delinquent claims, appeal denied claims and use generic forms to streamline billing procedures. The course covers the following areas: CPT (Introduction, Guidelines, Evaluation and Management), specialty fields (such as surgery, radiology and laboratory), ICD-9 (Introduction and Guidelines) and basic claims processes for medical insurance and third party reimbursements. Students will learn how to find the service and codes using manuals, (CPT, ICD-9 and HCPCS). After obtaining the practical work experience (six months to two years), students who complete this course could be qualified to sit for the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) – Certified Professional Coder Exam (CPC or CPC-H Apprentice); the American Health Information Association (AHIMA) Certified Coding Associate (CCA) exam; and/or other National Certification Exams. DATE: Tues. & Thurs., Sep. 27 – Dec. 22 (No class 9/29, 11/24) TIME: 6:00 – 9:30 pm FEE: $1,799 (Textbooks included) SESSIONS: 24 COURSE NUMBER: PPD 501 461 LOCATION: SV, Room 302 INSTRUCTOR: TBA

Pharmacy Technician Program

This comprehensive 50-hour course will prepare students to enter the pharmacy field and to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s PTCB exam. Technicians work in hospitals, home infusion pharmacies, community pharmacies and other health care settings working under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. Course content includes medical terminology specific to the pharmacy, reading and interpreting prescriptions and defining drugs by generic and brand names. Students will learn dosage calculations, I.V. flow rates, drug compounding, dose conversions, dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control and billing and reimbursement.

DATE: Tues. & Thurs., Oct. 18 – Dec. 8 (No class 11/24) TIME: 6:00 – 9:30 pm FEE: $999 (Textbooks included) SESSIONS: 15 COURSE NUMBER: PPD 477 461 LOCATION: SV, Room 103 INSTRUCTOR: TBA

ServSafe 9 Hour Certificate Course for Food Handlers

This NRAEF approved course is for food service and hospitality industry employees and business owners. Topics include purchasing, receiving, storage, preparation, cleaning and sanitation, pest management and safety training. A certification exam will be given at the conclusion of this course. DATES: Mon., Tues. & Wed., Sept. 19, 20 & 21 TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $239 Includes textbook and exam. SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 632 461 LOCATION: MC, SU, Room 3101 INSTRUCTOR: Scott Goldman, Certified Proctor and Instructor with over 25+ years experience in designing, owning and consulting to the restaurant and hospitality industry. DATES: Mon., Tues. & Wed., Oct. 17, 18 & 19 TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $239 Includes textbook and exam. SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 632 462 LOCATION: MC, SU, Room 3101 INSTRUCTOR: Scott Goldman DATES: Mon., Tues. & Wed., Nov. 7, 8 & 9 TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $239 Includes textbook and exam. SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 632 463 LOCATION: MC, SU, Room 3101 INSTRUCTOR: Scott Goldman DATES: Mon., Tues. & Wed., Dec. 5, 6 & 7 TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $239 Includes textbook and exam. SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 632 464 LOCATION: MC, SU, Room 3101 INSTRUCTOR: Scott Goldman

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Business and Career Training NEW! Air Brake Repair Certification Training

Be a trained technician and have access to real jobs at competitive salaries. The demand for certified commercial vehicle technicians is strong in the NY Metro area. There is a shortage of highly trained, certified technicians in the Automotive Service Industry. Students will have the opportunity to earn ASE certification from the National Institute for Automotive Excellence by passing one of these optional exams: • S-4 School Bus Brake • T-4 Medium Heavy Truck Brake • H-4 Transit Bus Brake This 16 week course is taught by an ASE certified instructor in a state of the art facility offering students access to the latest tools, equipment, and vehicles for classroom and hands-on training. DATES: Sat., Sept. 10 - Dec. 17 TIME 8:30 am - 3:00 pm FEE: $999 SESSIONS: 15 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 011 401 LOCATION: Brega Transport Corp. facilities, 12 N Route 9W, Congers, NY INSTRUCTOR: Henry Kaprovsky, ASE Master Tech and Air Brake Trainer for the MTA

Launching and Operating a Successful Business

Starting and operating a new business is an exciting journey. Each year, millions of people start new businesses, some fail and some become thriving entrepreneurs. Are you thinking of starting a new business? Are you currently in business and confused by the many challenges and obstacles you face? This course is for you. Starting from the very beginning, we take you on a journey through the whole process of starting, operating and succeeding in business. There are many, many rewards in owning and operating your own successful business. Take this course and learn how you too can become a successful entrepreneur!

As a business owner for more than seven years, this course allowed me to refresh my knowledge as well as to address areas I may have not done as efficiently or as effectively as I could have. - Jay S. Cohen

Are You a Start-Up? E-Marketing and More for Business Success

Are you using social media effectively to better promote your business? Do you know who how to identify, target and reach potential customers or evaluate your competition? Using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other web resources, this hands-on computer workshop will help you jump-start your business by successfully utilizing these social media tools. DATE: Wed, Sept. 21 TIME: 6:30 – 8:30 pm FEE: $45 SESSIONS: 1 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 529 461 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8174 INSTRUCTOR: Marie Monteagudo, M.A., M.L.S., is small business Marketing Consultant with more than 20 years in the field. She has consulted with small business start-ups throughout the Hudson Valley and at the Fashion Institute of Technology. She is a member of the Rockland Business Women’s Association and The Alliance of Hudson Valley Women’s Business Owners. DATE: Sat., Oct. 22 TIME: 10:00 am – Noon FEE: $45 SESSIONS: 1 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 529 401 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8272 INSTRUCTOR: Marie Monteagudo

Contact Nathaniel N. Williams for more information on credit courses in business and office technologies. nwillia2@sunyrockland.edu • 845-574-4762

DATE: Tues., Sept. 20 – Nov. 22 (No class 10/11, 11/8) TIME: 7:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $249 SESSIONS: 8 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 527 461 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8372 INSTRUCTOR: David R. Herman, CPA

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Business and Career Training Online Workforce Training Anywhere, anytime learning!

Designed to provide the workforce skills necessary to acquire professional caliber positions for many in-demand occupations. Gatlin Education Services in partnership with Rockland Community College offers the following online certificate programs:

Healthcare

Administrative Dental Assistant (240 Hours) Administrative Medical Specialist w/ Medical Billing and Coding (300 Hours) Advanced Coding for the Physician’s Office (80 Hours) Coding, Reimbursement and Documentation for Physicians (12 Hours) HIPAA Compliance (4 user licenses) (12 Hours) Human Resources for Healthcare Professionals (80 Hours) ICD-10 Medical Coding: Preparation & Instruction for Implementation (200 Hours)

Business

Administrative Professional w/ MOS (240 Hours) Bookkeeping the Easy Way (140 Hours) Certified Bookkeeper (80 Hours) Certified Financial Planner™ Certification Professional Education Program (600 Hours) Payroll Practice and Management (80 Hours) Six Sigma Black Belt (200 Hours) Six Sigma Green Belt (100 Hours)

New & Noteworthy Degree Offerings at RCC

Associate in Science (AS) • Corporate & Homeland Security • Engineering Science • Environmental Science • Fire Science Technology • International Business Associate in Arts (AA) • Liberal Arts & Sciences: Early Childhood Education • Liberal Arts & Sciences: Childhood Education • Liberal Arts & Sciences: Adolescence Education • Liberal Arts and Sciences: Speech/Communication Studies Contact us at 800-RCC-SOON or www.sunyrockland.edu for details Contact Nathaniel N. Williams for more information on credit courses in business and office technologies. nwillia2@sunyrockland.edu 845-574-4762

For further information call 845-574-4151 or visit the website at www.gatlineducation.com/sunyrockland

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ESL/Languages English as a Second Language

Do you want to improve your English? Do you or a family member want to study English, but have work or family obligations? Do you want to learn English on a college campus from a qualified instructor? If the answer is yes to these questions, then you should consider the English as a Second Language Program at Rockland Community College. Courses are offered on weekdays, evenings, or Saturdays for your convenience. The courses are three or four hours per week, taught by an experienced teacher. You may take one, two or three courses each semester, depending on your needs. Students are placed in the appropriate course, and are awarded a certificate after the successful completion of each course. We use the latest teaching techniques and learning materials. Our classes take place at RCC’s main campus and extension centers. For more information about our ESL programs, please call David Kalter at 845 - 574-4384. Individual Attention-Small Classes CED 121 is offered to students who are at the beginning, intermediate and upper intermediate levels of English. All courses focus on basics such as grammar, listening and speaking, spelling, reading and writing skills. Weekday, evening and Saturday classes are available at all levels. Registration now in Brucker Hall, 1st floor, Room 6102 Information: Call David Kalter 845-574-4384 When: Monday- Friday: 8:30 am - 4:30 am (except school holidays) Where: Brucker Hall, Room 6102

ESL OPEN HOUSE

Haverstraw, 37 West Broad Street Mon., Aug. 29, 6-8 pm, Room 113 Spring Valley, 185 North Main Street Tues., Aug. 30, 6-8 pm Main Campus, 145 College Road Wed., Aug. 31, 4-6 pm Special: Fall Registration Fee Reduced from $315 to $249 for ESL and Conversational English Courses

DATES: Mon. & Wed., Sept. 7 - Dec. 14 (No class 9/28) TIME: 9:00 - 10:30 am FEE: $249 SESSIONS: 28 COURSE NUMBER: CED 121 401 LOCATION: SV Room 201 INSTUCTOR: TBA DATES: Tues. & Thurs., Sept. 8 - Dec. 20 (No class 9/29, 11/24) TIME: 9:00 - 10:30 am FEE: $249 SESSIONS: 28 COURSE NUMBER: CED 121 402 LOCATION: HEC, Room 118 INSTRUCTOR: TBA DATES: Tues. & Thurs., Sept. 8 - Dec. 19 (No class 9/29, 11/24) TIME: 7:00 - 8:30 pm FEE: $249 SESSIONS: 28 COURSE NUMBER: CED 121 462 LOCATION: SV, Room 206 INSTRUCTOR: TBA DATES: Mon. & Wed., Sept. 7 - Dec. 14 (No class 9/28) TIME: 7:00 - 8:30 pm FEE: $249 SESSIONS: 28 COURSE NUMBER: CED 121 463 LOCATION: MC, AC I, Room 1201 INSTRUCTOR: TBA DATES: Sat., Sept.10 - Nov.12 TIME: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm FEE: $249 SESSIONS: 10 COURSE NUMBER: CED 121 404 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2213 INSTRUCTOR: TBA

Conversational English

This course is designed for students who are at an intermediate skill level in English. Students will learn to correct mistakes in the grammar of spoken English, as well as improve the use of expressions and pronunciation. Students will learn to express their ideas and thoughts in a natural, confident way. DATES: Mon. & Wed., Sept. 7 - Dec. 14 (No class 9/28) TIME: 7:00 - 8:30 pm FEE: $249 SESSIONS: 28 COURSE NUMBER: CED 128 461 LOCATION: SV, Room 206 INSTRUCTOR: TBA

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ESL/Languages Languages Conversational Yiddish in 12 hours

This course covers the basic skills needed for everyday conversation in Yiddish: reading the alphabet; using a bi-directional dictionary; constructing sentences in the past, present and future; conjugating verbs; pronouns; expressions on meeting new people; and elementary vocabulary and phrases. It is intended for professionals who deal with a Yiddish speaking population, (health-care providers, educators, and business people), as well as for people who just want to learn the language or better communicate with relatives and friends whose primary language is Yiddish. DATE: Sun., Oct. 30 – Nov. 20 TIME: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm FEE: $175 SESSIONS: 4 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 975 401 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2109 INSTRUCTOR: Ed Yisroel Susskind, is a psychologist (Ph.D., Yale, 1969) with over 40 years of experience as a professional educator, international lecturer, and author.

Intermediate Yiddish Conversational Skills

This course is a follow-up to the beginner course, “Conversational Yiddish in 12 hours,” which covered the basics skills as outlined in the previous course description. It is intended for professionals who deal with a Yiddish speaking population, (healthcare providers, educators, and business people), as well as for people who just want to learn the language or better communicate with relatives and friends whose primary language is Yiddish. Much of the class time will be spent practicing actual Yiddish conversation. In addition we will learn: idioms and folk sayings; words that describe thoughts, feelings and behaviors; using prepositions, prefixes and suffixes to create new words from basic roots.

Spanish for Beginners - Level I

Habla espanol un poco? No problemo. This class is for you. Through basic exercises in grammar and vocabulary you will learn simple conversational phrases. Lessons are practiced in a friendly atmosphere designed to encourage conversation in Spanish. DATE: Mon., Sept. 26 – Nov. 21 (No class 10/10) TIME: 7:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $199 SESSIONS: 8 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 561 461 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2309 INSTRUCTOR: Minerva Lopez

Spanish for Beginners – Level II

This course is designed to help students refine pronunciation, continue grammar instruction and reading comprehension. The course will also dedicate time to developing conversational skills, through individual and group practice. DATE: Wed., Oct. 12 – Dec. 7 (No class 11/23) TIME: 7:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $199 SESSIONS: 8 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 143 461 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2309 INSTRUCTOR: Minerva Lopez

DATE: Sun., Dec. 4 – 18 TIME: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm FEE: $130 SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: ESI 134 401 LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2109 INSTRUCTOR: Ed Yisroel Susskind

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Computers IMPORTANT!

Please read all descriptions carefully and be sure you are signing up for the right course for you. The computer classes have limited enrollment and fill up quickly. Please register early.

Introduction to Computer Essentials

Do you feel frustrated because you don’t know how to use a computer? Are you thinking of buying a computer but are afraid you won’t be able to use it once you have it? This course is designed for the new computer user, providing hands-on instruction that starts at the beginning. Students are guided at a comfortable pace through basic computer terminology, turning the computer on and off properly, using a mouse and working with various computer programs. The course is structured so students can practice at home between classes, and then bring any questions or problems to the next class. Textbook is available at the RCC Bookstore 845-574-4752. DATE: Sat., Sept. 17 – Oct. 15 (No class 10/8) TIME: 9:00 am – Noon FEE: $109 SESSIONS: 4 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 319 401 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8270 INSTRUCTOR: Ismael Macaluso DATE: Tues., Nov. 8 – 29 TIME: 6:30 – 9:30 pm FEE: $109 SESSIONS: 4 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 319 461 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8274 INSTRUCTOR: Ismael Macaluso

Introduction to Windows

Most new computers (except Apple) come preloaded with the Windows operating environment. In this foundation course, you will be introduced to the features that are common to all Windows programs. In addition, you will gain hands-on experience with typical word processing, spreadsheet, and database management software programs developed for Windows. Prerequisite: Introduction to Computer Essentials or comparable experience. Textbook is available at the RCC Bookstore 845-574-4752.

DATE: Sat., Oct. 22 – Nov. 5 TIME: 9:00 am – Noon FEE: $82 SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 264 401 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8270 INSTRUCTOR: Ismael Macaluso DATE: Tues., Dec. 6 – 20 TIME: 6:30 – 9:30 pm FEE: $82 SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 264 461 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8274 INSTRUCTOR: Ismael Macaluso

Introduction to Word

Learn how to create, edit, and print documents. Learn about font sizes and styles, how to set tabs and change margins, create headers and footers, copy and paste text as well as helpful tools such as the spelling and grammar check, plus much more. Prerequisite: Introduction to Windows or comparable experience. Textbook is available at the RCC Bookstore 845-574-4752. DATE: Thurs., Oct. 6 – Nov. 3 TIME: 6:30 – 9:30 pm FEE: $135 SESSIONS: 5 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 266 461 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8274 INSTRUCTOR: Ismael Macaluso DATE: Sat., Nov. 12 – Dec. 17 (No class 11/26) TIME: 9:00 am – Noon FEE: $135 SESSIONS: 5 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 266 401 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8270 INSTRUCTOR: Ismael Macaluso “Enjoyed having Issy Macaluso as instructor. Had very limited knowledge of Word going into this course. Happy with what I’ve accomplished - just need to practice a lot.” - Elizabeth Maloney

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Computers Introduction to PowerPoint

This class will provide you with the basic skills you need to create effective presentations using PowerPoint. Combine your creativity with PowerPoint technology and you can deliver your ideas with a WOW effect. Prerequisite: Introduction to Windows or comparable experience. DATE: Wed., Oct. 12 – Nov. 16 TIME: 6:30 – 8:30 pm FEE: $109 SESSIONS: 6 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 132 461 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8274 INSTRUCTOR: Hilton Kaufman, professional graphic artist designer and sales trainer with over 40 years of experience working with domestic and international Fortune 500 companies.

Introduction to Excel

Learn to organize data, the concept of calculations, and how to develop reports. If you are just starting to use Excel, this is the class for you. Prerequisite: Introduction to Windows or comparable experience. Textbook is available at the RCC Bookstore 845-574-4752. DATE: Tues., Sept. 13 – Oct. 11 TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $135 SESSIONS: 5 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 299 461 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8274 INSTRUCTOR: Robert Quinn DATE: Thurs., Nov. 10 – Dec. 15 (No class 11/24) TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $135 SESSIONS: 5 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 299 462 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8274 INSTRUCTOR: Robert Quinn “Mr. Quinn was patient and helpful to all students.” - Former Student “Learned a lot - the course was very informative.” - Joanne DeLucas

Intermediate Excel

Take your basic Excel knowledge to the next level in this course. Advanced formatting and charting functions will be explored, and you will learn the basics of macros and list boxes. With an introduction to VLOOKUP and IF functions, you will get started on the way to working with more complex spreadsheets. Prerequisite: Introduction to Excel or comparable experience. Textbook is available at the RCC Bookstore 845-574-4752. DATES: Thurs., Sept. 8 – 22 TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $149 SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 333 461 LOCATION: MC, TC Room 8274 INSTRUCTOR: Robert Quinn DATES: Tues., Oct. 18 – Nov. 1 TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $149 SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 333 462 LOCATION: MC, TC Room 8274 INSTRUCTOR: Robert Quinn

NEW! Introduction to Social Media

Welcome to the world of social media! Learn more about the social media tools and how they are changing the way people communicate all over the world. Instant messaging, Facebook, blogging, YouTube, LinkedIn… you’ve heard about how people and business are using these social media – come to this class and learn more about this new world of social media. This course provides an overview, discusses how the different services are starting to connect with each other, and will provide some hands-on experience. DATE: Wed., Sep. 7 – Oct. 5 (No class 9/28) TIME: 6:00 – 7:30 pm FEE: $99 SESSIONS: 4 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 014 461 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8274 INSTRUCTOR: Jon Jon Chua is a social media fanatic and has been using social media for the past 6 years. He currently maintains the Rockland Community College website, myRCC portal and RCC Google Mail system.

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Computers NEW! Introduction to Google Apps

Google Apps gives you virtually all the business and productivity software you need for free, or at extremely low cost. And, since Google Apps runs on Google’s network in the cloud, you can access your documents from anywhere as long as there is internet access. This course will explore how to utilize the various tools that come with Google Apps (Documents, Calendar, Sites, etc). DATE: Mon, Oct. 3 – Oct. 31 (No class 10/10) TIME: 6:00 – 8:00 pm FEE: $125 SESSIONS: 4 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 015 461 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8274 INSTRUCTOR: Jon Jon Chua

Introduction to QuickBooks

Discover the easiest and most efficient ways to perform common accounting tasks. Using a typical company as an example, you’ll learn to set up an accounting system and specify your preferences. Learn how to: invoice customers, receive and deposit funds, enter bills, write checks, reconcile bank accounts, handle bounced checks, back-up and restore your data, and much more. Learn the general accounting cycle and requirements of a good recordkeeping system for a small business. Prerequisites: Introduction to Windows and basic keyboarding and mouse skills. DATE: Sat., Oct. 15 – Nov. 5 TIME: 9:00 am – Noon FEE: $199 SESSIONS: 4 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 292 401 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8274 INSTRUCTOR: Jim Tappen, MBA, Registered QuickBooks Instructor, 10 years of QuickBooks experience, and college Business and Technology Instructor.

“Jim is very patient and is an excellent teacher.” – Former Student “I enjoyed the classes. My expectations were met. The professor was very efficient.” - Eulit Faison

Photoshop

This hands-on course will introduce you to the amazing powers of Photoshop. You will learn how to use Photoshop tools to correct images for color and exposure; clean dust and scratches; and do glamorous retouching to create beautiful portraits. Learn simple techniques to make extraordinary black and white images from color, and how to incorporate eye-catching text with your images. The course also covers how to adjust images for use on the Internet, how to optimize their color and download speed. Additionally, you will learn to use layers, combine images and produce collages. DATE: Sat., Sept. 17 – Oct. 22 (No class 10/8) TIME: 1:00 – 4:00 pm FEE: $315 SESSIONS: 5 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 217 401 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8170 INSTRUCTOR: Frank Collyer DATE: Sat., Nov. 5 – Dec. 10 (No class 11/26) TIME: 1:00 – 4:00 pm FEE: $315 SESSIONS: 5 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 217 402 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8170 INSTRUCTOR: Frank Collyer “This class was exactly what I was looking for. Not only did I gain knowledge, but I made friends and contacts that I am sure will be helpful to me in the future.” – Student Evaluation

DATE: Sat., Nov. 12 – Dec. 10 (No class 11/26) TIME: 9:00 am – Noon FEE: $199 SESSIONS: 4 COURSE NUMBER: WFD 292 402 LOCATION: MC, TC, Room 8274 INSTRUCTOR: Jim Tappen

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Health Professionals/Health Career Training

Health Professional and Health Career Training Program 845-574-4518 • conted@sunyrockland.edu Rockland Community College Program of Continuing Education for Health Professionals has been approved as a provider by the New York State Nurses’ Association’s Council on Continuing Education, which is accredited as an Approver of Nursing Continuing Education by the American Nurses’ Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. It has been assigned provider code number 62HLA3-11-PRV-11. At the completion of each program, participants will receive a certificate of attendance indicating the name of the program and the number of contact hours received. Individual offerings may be submitted for professional continuing education credits for registered dietitians, dietetic technicians, adult home administrators, nursing home administrators, dietary managers and certified case managers. For information regarding Continuing Education for Health Professionals offerings, please contact Wendy Shindler at the Continuing Education for Health Professionals Office of Rockland Community College, 845-574-4738 or 845-574-4518.

NEW! Introduction to Nursing Case Management

This course will discuss what case management is, and how it works in acute care, long term, and palliative care/hospice settings. The course will show a specific approach for the coordination of an individual’s health and human service needs and discuss the process of evaluating, planning, monitoring, and advocating with outside resources to promote quality and cost effective care. Who Should Attend: RNs/nursing students who are looking for a new field in nursing or nurses with case management experience who want to expand their knowledge. DATE: Tues., Sept. 6 - Nov. 22 TIME: 6:00 - 8:00 pm FEE: $245 SESSIONS: 12 COURSE NUMBER: PPD 121 461 CONTACT HOURS: 24.0 NYSNA LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2217 INSTRUCTOR: Magdalena Piacente, RN, CCM

NEW! Basic Physical Assessment and Beyond!

Physical assessment, along with the medical history of the patient, is the most important part of your nursing assessment. Learn the basics of physical assessment and appropriate documentation as the most important part of your nursing assessment. Learn how to put the pieces together to get a better grasp of the clinical picture for professional decision making. DATE: Thur., Sept. 15 TIME: 6:00 - 10:00 pm FEE: $63 SESSIONS: 1 COURSE NUMBER: PPD 124 461 CONTACT HOURS: 3.7 NYSNA LOCATION: MC, AC I, Room 1119 INSTRUCTOR: Susan M. Cacciola, RN, BSN, Legal Nurse Consultant, is a clinically active RN with over 30 years background in multi-specialty and multi-practice areas. She is a CEO of Legal Nurse LLC, a firm working with attorneys in cases involving health, illness and injury.

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Health Professionals/Health Career Training NEW! Advanced Physical Assessment: Taking in the Whole Picture! Be a “nurse detective” and discover how to put together the pieces of medical history and physical assessment, documentation and the clinical picture to: • Individualize the care plan; • Improve and bullet-proof your documentation; • Ensure appropriate referrals; • Access your chain of command. • Look at nursing from the legal perspective and learn to avoid common mistakes that lead to poor patient outcomes. DATE: Sun., Oct. 23 TIME: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm FEE: $63 SESSIONS: 1 COURSE NUMBER: PPD 125 401 CONTACT HOURS: 3.7 NYSNA LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2102 INSTRUCTOR: Susan Cacciola, RN, BSN, Legal Nurse Consultant

NEW! Spanish for the Healthcare Professionals

Learn to communicate effectively with Spanish speaking clientele on a basic level and improve communication during interview, intake history, payment issues authorization and signature. Who Should Attend: All healthcare professionals providing care to Spanish speaking clients. DATE: Sun., Oct. 16, 23, 30 TIME: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm FEE: $165 SESSIONS: 3 COURSE NUMBER: PPD 432 401 CONTACT HOURS: 12.0 NYSNA LOCATION: MC, AC I, Room 1210 INSTRUCTOR: Maria Stephenson, RN, Maternity Nurse at Nyack Hospital with many years of nursing experience

NYS Mandated Infection Control Education for Health Care Professionals

This updated course meets the New York State and Public Health law requirements for professional licensure and credentialing. This program will include discussion of: • Emerging drug resistant pathogens; • Mechanism of resistance; • Strategies for prevention and control;

• Current immunization practices for health care workers; • Occupational risks to health care workers including post-exposure prophylaxis. • Who Should Attend: All health professionals requiring this course for licensure renewal or credentialing. DATE: Tues., Sept. 13 TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $50 - includes certificate and handout materials SESSIONS: 1 COURSE NUMBER: PPD 325 461 CONTACT HOURS: 3.0 NYSNA LOCATION: MC, FH, Room 5211 INSTRUCTOR: John R. Hunziker, BS, MPS DATE: Tues., Oct. 11 TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $50 - includes certificate and handout materials SESSIONS: 1 COURSE NUMBER: PPD 325 462 CONTACT HOURS: 3.0 NYSNA LOCATION: MC, FH, Room 5211 INSTRUCTOR: John R. Hunziker, BS, MPS DATE: Tues., Nov. 15 TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $50 - includes certificate and handout materials SESSIONS: 1 COURSE NUMBER: PPD 325 463 CONTACT HOURS: 3.0 NYSNA LOCATION: MC, FH, Room 5211 INSTRUCTOR: John R. Hunziker, BS, MPS DATE: Tues., Dec. 13 TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 pm FEE: $50 - includes certificate and handout materials SESSIONS: 1 COURSE NUMBER: PPD 325 464 CONTACT HOURS: 3.0 NYSNA LOCATION: MC, FH, Room 5211 INSTRUCTOR: John R. Hunziker, BS, MPS “John was an excellent speaker, he presented the material in an interesting and humorous way! I really learned a lot – I’m so glad that I took the course and the info will help me be a better nurse!!!” – Former Student

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Health Professionals/Health Career Training Adult Intravenous Therapy Skills

This certification preparation course is designed to meet certification requirements needed by many health professionals for employment. Through lecture and demonstration practice on mannequins, you will learn IV insertion techniques and management skills. Who Should Attend: All nurses responsible for initiating IV therapy or caring for patients with intravenous therapy. DATE: Fri., Oct. 14 TIME: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm FEE: $129 SESSIONS: 1 CONTACT HOURS: 5.0 NYSNA COURSE NUMBER: PPD 263 401 LOCATION: TBA INSTRUCTOR: Kathy Hopkins, RN, MA

Basic Venipuncture/Phlebotomy Skills

Learn to draw blood for medical laboratory testing. Through lecture and hands-on demonstration and practice on a mannequin, you will learn safe venipuncture technique. Who Should Attend: All health professionals who wish to increase their clinical skills for use in home care, acute care, physicians’ offices, and community health care settings. DATE: Thurs., Oct. 6 TIME: 6:30 – 9:30 pm FEE: $75 SESSIONS: 1 CONTACT HOURS: 3.0 NYSNA COURSE NUMBER: PPD 298 461 LOCATION: MC, AC I, Room 1119 INSTRUCTOR: Carol Neil, RN, BSN, CRNI, is an experienced clinical infusion nurse specialist at the Valley Hospital, New Jersey.

Medication Safety for RNs

This course discusses how to reduce medication errors and addresses the efficacy of various prevention strategies. Participants will develop an understanding of drug safety and quality issues through a review of the literature and case studies. The class will highlight: • The nature and causes of medication errors; • The impact on patients; • The differences in causation, impact, and prevention across multiple points of health care delivery. DATE: Fri., Nov. 4 TIME: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm FEE: $53 SESSIONS: 1 COURSE NUMBER: PPD 525 401 CONTACT HOURS: 3.5 NYSNA LOCATION: MC, AC II, Room 2203 INSTRUCTOR: Kathy Hopkins, RN, MA

Nursing Skills Refresher Program A Mediated Course with a Mentor

This self-paced mediated course uses audiovisual tapes to review nursing skills and related theory. A simulated hospital laboratory is available for practice of selected skills with equipment currently used in the hospital setting. More than 30 skills are offered. Participants may review as many skills as desired, with four skills of their choice to be supervised by a mentor, for proficiency. Who Should Attend: Inactive RNs and LPNs and/or Excelsior (previously Regents) College students preparing for the Clinical Performance in Nursing Examination. Text: Clinical Nursing Skills & Techniques, 7th edition, Perry Potter, available at the Rockland Community College Bookstore. DATES: Tues., Dec. 27, 2011 - Fri., Jan. 20, 2012 TIME: select your own hours during nursing laboratory open hours (Mon. – Thur., 8:00 am – 7:00 pm, Fri. 8:00 am – 3:00 pm) FEE: $235 COURSE NUMBER: PPD 155 401 LOCATION: MC, Nursing Lab, Room 1219

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Spring Valley ~ Haverstraw Extention Centers Spring Valley Classes For Fall 2011 Course Title English as a Second Language Courses Senior Courses Adult Intravenous Therapy Skills Pharmacy Technician Program Medical Billing and Coding Air Brake Repair Certification Training Launching & Operating a Successful Business Intro to Digital Photography Solar Hot Water System Design Solar Sales Training Small Wind Energy Workshop IGSHPA Accredited Geothermal Installation Course Lighting, the Practical Application of New Technology Building Analyst Entry Level Certificate of Knowledge of PV Systems Review NABCEP Photovoltaics (PV), Entry Level Certificate of Knowledge Exam Basic Spelling Improve Your Writing Skills Building a Good Vocabulary NYS Life, Accident, and Health Pre-Licensing Property & Casualty Pre-Licensing

Where to find it English as a Second Language/Languages Institute for Senior Education Health Professionals Business/Career Training Business/Career Training Business/Career Training Business/Career Training Personal Enrichment Environmental Sustainability Environmental Sustainability Environmental Sustainability Environmental Sustainability Environmental Sustainability Environmental Sustainability Environmental Sustainability Environmental Sustainability Skills Improvement Skills Improvement Skills Improvement Insurance/Pre-Licensing Insurance/Pre-Licensing

Haverstraw Classes For Fall 2011 Course Title English as a Second Language Course Watercolor for the Beginner Drawing for the Beginner

Where to find it English as a Second Language/Languages Institute for Senior Education Institute for Senior Education

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Adult Learning Center (formerly Seniornet @Rockland) Adult Learning Center of Rockland 121 West Nyack Road, Nanuet, NY 10954 845-623-5467 The Adult Learning Center of Rockland is an organization of volunteers bringing computing skills to adults. Course levels vary from the complete novice to students interested in advancing their computing horizons. Courses are tailored to students preferring a slowerpaced and less intense approach. To this end, each class has a maximum of eight students and an instructor who is assisted by two coaches. Our goal: Students should learn in an enjoyable setting. Meals on Wheels Programs and Services of Rockland, Inc. sponsors this program as one of their many services to the adult community in Rockland. We are located at the offices of Meals on Wheels in the Demarest Mill Office Park. We are delighted to be recognized by and affiliated with Rockland Community College and consider it a privilege to offer our courses in the RCC bulletin as part of the Continuing Education Program. For more information about The Adult Learning Center, please call us at 845-623-5467 Volunteers are always needed: opportunities are available for instructors, coaches and other volunteers to help us administer our organization. Please call us at 845-623-5467, if this program looks enticing. Our courses are offered monthly.

Basic Skills (A course to get you clicking and tapping.) $15.00

We offer a 4-hour Basic Skills course prior to students taking Introduction to Computers (see below) to develop familiarity with the mouse and the keyboard. This course is for students with a confirmed enrollment in the Introduction to Computers course and it fulfills the prerequisite requirements for that course.

Introduction to Computers $47.00

This 4-week course provides a student with an introduction to using a computer, some word processing, accessing the Internet and using e-mail. Prerequisite: Limited familiarity with the mouse and the keyboard is expected. (See Basic Skills above.)

Basic Microsoft Word (Word Processing) $47.00

This 4-week course teaches the students the basic skills of word processing using Microsoft Word. This course includes typing and editing simple documents, formatting characters and words, formatting paragraphs, and formatting pages. At the end of this course you will be able to create letters and other documents. Prerequisite: Completion of the Intro course (above) or equivalent experience, and access to a personal computer.

Advanced Microsoft Word (Word Processing) $47.00

This extends the students knowledge gained from the Basic Microsoft Word course. This course includes the ability to insert clipart, create bullets, numbering, tabs, and tables. The student will be shown how to print a document. At the end of this course you will be able to create letters, envelopes and other documents. Prerequisite: Completion of the Basic Microsoft Word course (above) or equivalent experience, and access to a personal computer.

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Adult Learning Center Photoshop Elements $79.00

This 8-week course covers technical aspects of digital images, where they come from, and how to transfer them from a digital camera, a scanner, the Internet or a CD to your personal computer. You will learn how to modify or enhance them with Adobe Photoshop elements. We will show you how to share images by printing them, by attaching them to e-mail messages, or by incorporating them into letters, reports or greeting cards. Prerequisite: Completion of the Intro and Internet courses (above) or equivalent experience and access to a personal computer.

Picasa $47.00

In this 4-week course, the student will learn how to use this simple photo editing software. Prerequisite: Completion of the Intro and Internet courses (above) or equivalent experience and access to a personal computer.

Tracing You Roots with Genealogy $64.00

Using Family Tree Maker, you will learn to install your genealogy software and how to start a family file. You will gain experience entering information, showing relationships, adding pictures and sound and printing reports. An important aspect is the creation of GEDCOM files. On-line searches of standard and genealogy sources include the Social Security Death Index, Ellis Island ship and manifest list, state and federal census data, the Family History Center (Mormon Church), area specific mailing lists and other sources. Prerequisite: Completion of the Intro and Internet courses or equivalent experience, and access to a personal computer.

Internet $47.00

E-Mail $47.00

Starting with an overview of how the Internet works, you will learn, in this 4-week course, how to use an Internet browser. The student will learn how to navigate through the Web, search for information, and customize their browser. Prerequisite: Completion of the Intro course (above) or equivalent experience, and access to a personal computer.

In this 4-week course, the student will learn basic how to send and receive e-mail messages, address books and attachments. You will also learn how to setup an email account. Prerequisite: Completion of the Intro course (above) or equivalent experience, and access to a personal computer.

Computer Maintenance $15.00

How to Use a Digital Camera $15.00

In this 2-hour class, students will learn how to delete unnecessary files, improve the performance of the computer, Microsoft updates, backing up their data, and internet security. Prerequisite: Completion of the Intro course (above) or equivalent experience, and access to a personal computer.

This 2-hour class covers the basic skills of operating a digital camera. Students will also learn how to transfer images from the camera to the computer.

How To Use E-Bay Safely $15.00 eBay $15.00

During this 2-hour class, students will be introduced to eBay and have a typical auction page explained to them in detail. The bidding/ buying process will be discussed. Students will have the opportunity to explore auctions of particular, personal interest.

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LERN Online Classes

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UGotClass Online  Certificates  and  Courses  –     “Skills  for  the  21st  Century”  

Acquire new  or  enhance  your  current  employment  skills  through  this   convenient  program  that  fits  perfectly  into  your  life.  O nline  learning   is  easy.  It’s  fun!  Our  online  certificates  and  courses  are  provided  by   quality  colleges  and  associations  with  expert  instructors.  Participate   anytime  day  or  evening,  from  any  computer    

Fall 2011  -­‐  Choose  from  these  online  certificates  and  courses:     Creating  Cell  Phone  Apps  for  your   *Improving  Email  Promotions     Business     (ONL  213  401)    Sept.  6  –  30,  2011     (ONL  112  401)    Oct.  1–28,  2011,  Fee:   *  Boosting  Your  Website  Traffic     $245     (ONL  214  401)    Oct.  3  –  28,  2011       *  Online  Advertising     Cyber  Security     (ONL  215  401)    Nov  7  –  Dec.  2,  2011   (ONL  113  401]    Oct.  3–28,  2011,  Fee:       $245     Social  Media  for  Business     Certificate     Designing  Successful  Webinars   Three  one-­‐month  courses;  $495  for  all   (ONL  114  401)    Oct.  3–28,  2011  Fee$195     three  courses  or  $195  each  course       *  Introduction  to  Social  Media     Facebook  for  Business     (ONL  124  401)    Sept.  6  –  30,  2011     (ONL  115  401)    Oct.  3–28,  2011,  Fee:   *  Marketing  Using  Social  Media   $245     (ONL  220  401)    Oct.  3,  -­‐  28,  2011       *  Integrating  Social  Media  in  Your   Successful  Survey  Techniques     Organization     (ONL  116  401)    Oct.  3–28,  2011  Fee:  $395     (ONL  125  401)    Nov.  7  –  Dec.  2.  2011         YouTube  for  Business     Green  Building  &  Preparing  for  LEED   (ONL  117  401)    Oct.  3–28,  2011  Fee:  $195     Green  Associate  Exam     (ONL  216  401)    Sept.  6  –  Oct.  28,  2011,   Technology  Update  with  Gareth   Fee  $695     Mitchell       (ONL  118  401)    Oct.  17–21,  2011  Fee:  $45     Supervisory  &  Leadership  Certificate       (ONL  217  401)    Sept.  6  –  Oct.  28,  2011  Fee   Business  Research  Certificate     $395     Three  one-­‐month  courses;  $495  for  all     three  courses  including  readings     Entrepreneur  Boot  Camp     *  Introduction  to  Business  Research     (ONL  122  401)    Sept.  6  –  30,  2011,  Fee   (ONL  119  401)    Sept.  6  –  30,  2011     $195     *  Business  Statistics       (ONL  120  401)    Oct.  3–28,  2011     Mentoring  and  Coaching  in  the   *  Qualitative  Business  Research   Workplace      (ONL  121  401)    Nov.  7–Dec  2,  2011     (ONL  223  401)  Sept.  6  –  Oct.  28,  2011,  Fee   $295   E-­‐Marketing  Essentials  Certificate     Three  one-­‐month  courses;  $495  for  all   three  courses  including  readings  or  $195   each  course      

Center for  Personal  &  Professional  Development   For  more  detailed  information  please  visit  the  website  at:  

http://www.sunyrockland.edu/go/cppd

click the  link  for  online  courses    or  call  us  at  845-­‐574-­‐4234   Student  invitations  will  be  emailed  via  teacher@ugotclass.org  before  the   course  begins.    

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University Center – MOS Testing CERTIFICATION TESTING CENTER

WORK TOWARD YOUR PURCHASE COLLEGE BACHELOR’S DEGREE ON THE RCC CAMPUS Up to 90 Transfer Credits Accepted Attend Part-Time or Full-Time Affordable SUNY Tuition Evening Courses BA DEGREES OFFERED Liberal Studies: Interdisciplinary liberal arts Liberal Studies: Communications/Media Studies Liberal Studies: Legal Studies ADVISING & REGISTRATION TABLE Advisors will be available to assist you with registration from 5:30-7:30 pm Thursday, January 12, 2012 Wednesday, January 18, 2012 Location: AC I & AC II Bridge

A Certified Microsoft® User is someone who has demonstrated a mastery-level performance on a particular Microsoft® software application by successfully passing an examination. Certification examinations are “performance-based” so that the testing occurs on the software application rather than by answering questions about the application. Certification provides a valuable industry credential – proof that an individual has the skills required of a proficient or expert user. Certification tells people you have the comprehensive skills necessary to provide a wide range of tasks efficiently and effectively, are skill oriented, computer literate and possess the technical skills and knowledge that are in demand in today’s business environment. MOS Testing in: Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint 2010 Core and Proficient Level. Each test takes approximately 1 hour. Each Microsoft Office Specialist certification test requires you to purchase an exam voucher. The MOS voucher may be purchased online with or without retake option. Please note that the exam voucher fee is nonrefundable. Candidates do not have to be students at Rockland Community College to take MOS examinations. For further information, please call the Office of Assessment & Placement at 845-574-4288 or 845-574-4525. The office is located on the Main Campus in the Technology Center, third floor, Suite 8340.

Master’s Program

INFORMATION SESSION Wednesday, October 19, 2011 5:30 – 6:30 pm Location: AC I, Room 1301

Earn a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education on the RCC Campus We are in the process of enrolling a fourth Cohort to start the Master’s Program in September 2012. This Dual Master’s Program is 39-42 credits and is designed specifically for those who have a Bachelor’s in a field of study other than education.

TO RSVP FOR THE ABOVE EVENTS OR TO SCHEDULE AN ADVISING APPOINTMENTCONTACT US: 845-574-4744 rockland@purchase.edu www.purchase.edu/ce

Classes meet every Thursday evening from 6-9:45 pm and occasional Sundays 9:30-1:00pm here on the RCC campus. The cost is $1460 for each 3 credit graduate course. This Master’s Degree is sponsored by the College of New Rochelle. Two courses in the program must be taken at the New Rochelle Campus and are at the on-campus tuition rate. For More information please call Louise Schreier 845-574-4482.

SUNY Cobleskill is on your Campus

Earn a Bachelor Business Administration (BBA) Degree in Technology Management all right at Rockland Community College. Coursework will include courses taken at SUNY Cobleskill and at Rockland Community College. SUNY Cobleskill courses will consist of • Courses offered in the Rockland Community Colleges Video Conference classrooms on Saturday • Online courses • Rockland Community College courses can be taken day or evening. The BBA degree is designed to articulate with all AAS and AS degrees. For information on upcoming Advising, Information Sessions, and Course Offerings: CONTACT: Michael Cobbins, M.S., Associate Director for Transfer Affairs, cobbinmd@cobleskill.edu or (518) 255-5541

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CHILD CARE Campus Fun and Learn Child Development Center, Inc. at the

Theresa Morahan Simmons Center for Children and Families Give your child a rich and rewarding educational experience!

Programs for children 6 weeks to 5 years Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Infants Toddlers Pre-school program UPK site Open to the public Contact: Kyle Miller 845-574-4561

TOMORROW’S WORKPLACE ® With more than 20 years experience assisting individuals and companies with all aspects of employment. Tomorrow’s Workplace knows how to serve you best.

EMPLOYER/BUSINESS SERVICES



• Recruitment Opportunities & Referrals to qualified new hire. • Job listings & marketing for employment positions • Funding for Training New Hires

JOB SEEKER SERVICES



• Computer Training & Job Skills Development Opportunities • Job Openings & Referrals • Access to on site Resources • Assistance with Resume & Interviewing Development

Tomorrow’s Workplace

One Perlman Drive, Spring Valley, NY 10977

845-356-5100 www.tomorrowsworkplace.org Equal Opportunity Service Provider Accommodations available upon request to individuals with disabilities. 49


Start Here‌Go Anywhere! Degrees & Certificates

Associate in Arts (AA) Degrees

Liberal Arts and Sciences: Early Childhood Education (Teacher Education transfer) Liberal Arts and Sciences: Mathematics and Science Marketing Nursing Photography Physical Education Studies

Associate in Science (AS) Degrees

Associate in Applied Science (Aas) Degrees

Communication Media Arts Liberal Arts and Sciences: Humanities and Social Science Liberal Arts and Sciences: Mathematics and Science Liberal Arts and Sciences: Speech/Communication Studies Performing Arts

Accounting Business - Business Administration Business - Entrepreneurship Computer Information Systems Corporate & Homeland Security Criminal Justice – Police Engineering Science Environmental Science Fine Arts Fire Science Technology International Business Liberal Arts and Sciences: Adolescence Education (Teacher Education transfer) Liberal Arts and Sciences: Childhood Education (Teacher Education transfer)

Automotive Technology Business - Accounting Business - Business Administration Business - Entrepreneurship Business - Marketing Business - Office Technologies Computer Support Services Cyber Security Electronic & Computer Technology Emergency Management Emergency Medical Services Fire Protection Technology Graphic Design and Computer Graphics Hospitality and Tourism Occupational Therapy Assistant Paralegal Studies

Certificates Computer Web Development Culinary Arts Early Childhood Development Electronic and Computer Technology (specializing in Audio, CAD, Communications or Microcomputers) Fitness Specialist Paralegal Studies

Bookkeeping/Office Administration Business - Office Technologies Business Studies Business - Entrepreneurship Computer Assisted Design - CAD (Architecture & Landscape or Computer Animation) Computer Information Systems/ Computer Support 50


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Fall 2011

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