www.starkstate.edu/ce 330-966-5455 Continuing Education Center 265 East Maple Street, North Canton
FALL 2013 CLASS SCHEDULE
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Ohio Insurance Pre-Licensing Courses Life | Health | Property | Casualty State Requirements
Resident candidates for an Ohio agent license in life, health, property and casualty insurance must complete either a 20-hour classroom course or an online self-study course before taking the state’s licensing exam. Stark State College is an approved provider of self-study courses. Ohio Revised Code requires all resident applicants to pass a criminal background check conducted by the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Identification.
To access our online self-study courses, go to www.starkstate.edu/ce and click on online self-study under insurance pre-licensing.
Standard course $129.95 Flex package $149.95 (includes online flashcards and MP3 audio files) Advantage package $194.95 (includes PASS study guide and audio CD)
[ MEDICAL/HEALTH CARE ] Pharmacy Technician Training Program
This course will prepare you to enter the pharmacy field in hospitals, home infusion pharmacies or retail pharmacies under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. When you complete this course you may register to take the pharmacy technician certification exam to become a certified pharmacy technician. Course fee includes textbooks and certification exam preparation software. Basic math assessment required for admission to the program. Instructor: Janice Sprankle, PT CRN: 20127 Tuesdays, August 27 - December 10 6 - 9 p.m. Fee: $699
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Nurse Aide/Home Health Aide Training You’ll be prepared to function in a traditional nursing assistant role in nursing centers such as hospitals and nursing homes or as a home health aide in home settings. The course includes 16 hours of clinical training and 59 hours devoted to lecture and skills laboratory practice. When you successfully complete the program you’ll be eligible to take the nursing assistant state competency test or you may choose to seek work as a home health aide. The attendance policy, per the Ohio Department of Health, allows no absenteeism within the first 16 hours of instruction. Class requirements include a current physical examination report along with a negative TB test or negative chest x-ray and liability insurance available through the college. Text required. Instructor: Marilyn Freer CRN: 20104 Monday/Wednesday/Friday September 9 - October 4 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Fee: $599 — OR — CRN: 20105 Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday October 8 - November 21 Tuesdays and Thursdays 6 - 9 p.m. Saturdays 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Fee: $599
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Medical Math Handling Medical Emergencies Certificate in Perinatal Issues HIPPA Compliance … and many more
For additional information on dates and times for the following three courses, contact Bonnie Stich at firstname.lastname@example.org or 330-494-6170, Ext. 4724.
AHA Healthcare Provider/BLS
The Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers course is designed to provide a wide variety of healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. Text required. CRN: 20008 Fee: $35 plus text
This EMT refresher course provides theory and practical skills training and review at the EMT level and follows the objectives as listed in the Ohio Administrative Code. This course may be used as • a prerequisite for completion of National Registry testing • continuing education for NR or state of Ohio • a transition course to maintain NR certification CRN: 20007 Fee: $150
Paramedic Refresher/Transition Course
This course offers theory and practical skills training and review at the paramedic level and follows the objectives as listed in the Ohio Administrative Code. This course may be used for • a prerequisite for completion of National Registry testing • continuing education for NR or state of Ohio • a transition course to maintain NR certification CRN: 20006 Fee: $300
[ PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS ] Each class qualifies for five professional development hours
Introduction to Renewable and Advanced Energy Technologies and Distributed Generation Learn about leading renewable energy technologies: hydro, solar, wind, wave, nuclear and emerging technologies such as fuel cells. We’ll discuss the concept of renewable and advanced energy and how these forms of energy are used in the U.S. and around the world. In addition to a hands on lab exercise, the class will include a discussion of the basic principles of thermodynamics, the definition of efficiency, and a review of the latest developments in green energy technologies. Class held at the Test and Technology Center Instructor: Susan Shearer CRN: 20098 Saturday, October 12 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Fee: $89
Introduction to Wind Energy
Learn about the wind energy industry and discusses the basic meteorology of wind, extraction of energy from wind, wind farm development, and the environmental and ecological impact of wind energy. The class will include lab exercise and a review of case studies involving wind farms and residential wind turbines operating in the U.S. and around the world. Class held at the Test and Technology Center Instructor: Susan Shearer CRN: 20099 Saturday, November 16 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Fee: $89
Introduction to Fuel Cells and Fuel Cell Vehicles
A fuel cell is an electrochemical device that converts a fuel source into electricity. We’ll discuss the concept of electrochemical energy and explore fuel cell technologies used for distributed power generation and transportation. This class will include a hands-on lab using hydrogen as a fuel. This course will addresses fuel cell terminology covering components, fuels and types of fuel cells. Class held at the Test and Technology Center Instructor: Susan Shearer CRN: 20101 Saturday, December 14 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Fee: $89
[ LAW ENFORCEMENT ] Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation
We’re proud to bring this famed John A. Reid & Associates program back to our campus. Learn to develop a strategic game plan for every interrogation based on profiling the suspect using case facts, evidence and the results of interviews. Highlights include • interview and interrogation preparation • behavior symptoms • Reid behavior analysis interview • nine steps of interrogation Instructors: Lou Senese, Reid Staff CRN: 20063 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, October 29 - 31 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Fee: $420
Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation - Advanced Advanced topics will include how to • psychologically profile suspects for interrogation • legally overcome the suspect’s fear of the consequences • get defiant suspects to listen to you • change the suspect’s perception of the interrogator • dramatically increase admissions of guilt Pre-requisite: Three-day Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation Instructor: Lou Senese, Reid Staff CRN: 20064 Friday, November 1 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Fee: $175 —————————————— Use CRN 20139 to enroll in both classes for a reduced fee of $550.00 ——————————————
[ DENTAL ] Registration will end one week prior to the course start date. A minimum number of students is required to run all courses.
Dental Assisting Clinical Exam Preparation [ NEW ]
This course is designed for dental assistants who are interested in reviewing for the clinical portion of the Ohio Dental Assisting Certification exam (CODA). This review course allows dental assistants studying for the state certification exam a face-to-face experience that includes review and clinical practice in the techniques of various assisting duties including: types of dental materials, radiography exposure/mounting, instrument identification, and practical patient management skills necessary for the CODA exam. No textbook is required, and supplemental review and reference
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textbooks for the Dental Assisting Certification exam will be discussed. Lunch provided. Instructor: Jill Kohler CRN: 20142 Saturday, September 28, 2013 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Fee: $250
Oral Health Access Provider
This course will prepare dental hygienists to properly and safely practice dental hygiene under the oral health access supervision program (OHASP). We’ll cover the basic concepts that allow a dental hygienist to provide dental hygiene services to patients when the oral health access supervising dentist is not present. This eight-hour course will cover topics such as treatment of geriatric, medically compromised, developmentally disabled and pediatric patients; common oral conditions; medical considerations; medications; behavioral management; recognition of abuse; recognition of what constitutes a medically significant change to a patient’s medical or dental history; infection control; and ethical and legal considerations. As required by 4715.372(B)(2) (b) of the Revised Code, the course will include all recordkeeping practices outlined in board rule 4715-9-01, and those pertaining to the OHASP as stated in 4715.361 to 4715.375 of the Revised Code and will be inclusive of all forms required by the board in association with the OHASP. Registration will end one week prior to the class start date. Lunch provided. Instructor: Nancy Stanwick, RDH, MS CRN: 20122 Saturday, October 26 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Fee: $395
Sharpen Up Your Instrumentation Skills
This 8-hour lecture, hands-on course is designed to assist the practicing dental hygienist in revitalizing their instrumentation skills. Through a hands-on lab session participants will have the opportunity to practice advanced instrumentation techniques while using common dental hygiene instruments (scalers and sickles) and the latest instruments designed to make their jobs easier (micro mini’s, chisels, NEVIs). Instructors will assist students with improving their ergonomics and instrument utilization for improved efficiency and effectiveness in the care of their patients. This is a hands-on course. Besides practicing on tooth models, participants will practice on student partners. All participants are required to serve as participant partners during the clinical training portion of the course and will need to complete a medical history report prior to the start of clinicals. Course will be held in the Stark State College Dental Hygiene Clinic under the supervision of a dentist and qualified dental hygienist faculty. Instructor: Nancy Stanwick, RDH, MS CRN: 20141 Saturday, November 2 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Fee: $179
Coronal Polishing for the Certified Dental Assistant This self-study and hands-on course teaches basic anatomy, exposure control procedures, and indications and contraindications for coronal polishing. You’ll complete a three-hour online module prior to the first day of the class. Online you’ll learn the basic concepts to prepare for the five-hour face-to-face lecture and clinical practice session. You’ll practice and demonstrate appropriate coronal polishing techniques on anatomical models and on a fellow student. Current certification by DANB or the Ohio Commission on Dental Assisting required. You can access the online course and contact course instructors upon registration using the login provided. Course modules will be available one week before the start of the clinical portion. Registration will end one week before the class start date. Lunch provided. Due prior to the first clinical session • Copy of current CDA certificate (DANB or Ohio) • Copy of current BLS certification • Completed health history forms that provide measles, mumps, rubella, varicella and tetanus vaccination/immunity history* • Proof of HepB vaccination/immunity* *Information about these items is available online. You can access the online course and contact the course instructors upon registration using the login provided. Course modules will be available two weeks before the start of the clinical portion. Instructor: Sheri Herbert, RDH CRN: 20117 Saturday, November 9 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Fee: $395
Local Anesthesia for the Dental Hygienist This self-study, lecture and hands-on course prepares dental hygienists in Ohio for the safe and effective administration of local anesthesia and pain control. Topics include anatomy and physiology; and pharmacology, administration, indications, precautions and limitations of local anesthesia. You’ll first complete a 12-hour online module, followed by a three-hour lecture and 14 hours of clinical practice in the techniques of local anesthetic administration on anatomical models and lab partners. You are required to serve as participant partners during the clinical training portion of the course. Completion of this course prepares you to take the NERB examination required for dental hygiene local anesthesia credentialing in Ohio. This course is approved by the Ohio State Dental Board and meets the standards for dental hygienists to be able to administer local anesthesia in the state of Ohio. It will be held in the Stark State College Dental Hygiene Clinic
under the supervision of a dentist and qualified dental hygienist faculty. Registration will end two weeks prior to the class start date. Lunch provided. Requirements • required textbook from college bookstore before completing online module • online learning modules completed according to the assigned schedule (online portion will be available two weeks prior to the clinical portion to paid registrants only) • 75% on all online exams Due prior to the first clinical session • copy of current Ohio dental hygiene license • copy of current CPR/BLS certification • completed health history forms that provide measles, mumps, rubella, varicella and tetanus vaccination/immunity history* • proof of HepB vaccination/immunity* • proof of TB vaccination/immunity* *Information about these items is available online. You may access the online course and contact the course instructors upon registration using the login provided. Course modules will be available two weeks before the start of the clinical portion. Instructor: Nancy Stanwick, RDH, MS CRN: 20118 Saturday and Sunday, September 21 and 22 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Fee: $1,095
Dental Sealants for the Certified Dental Assistant This course meets the guidelines outlined in the statutes of the Ohio Dental Practice Act for sealant application by certified dental assistants in Ohio. You’ll receive two hours of didactic instruction focusing on terminology, anatomy, exposure control, dental materials and placement procedures and six clinical hours of demonstration, practice, and clinical competency of sealant placement. During the lab practice session, you’ll practice and demonstrate appropriate sealant application techniques on anatomical models and on a fellow student. Current certification by DANB or the Ohio Commission on Dental Assisting required. Registration will end one week prior to the class start date. Lunch provided. Due at first class session • copy of current CDA certificate (DANB or Ohio) • copy of current CPR/BLS certification • completed health history forms that provide measles, mumps, rubella, varicella and tetanus vaccination/immunity history • proof of HepB vaccination/immunity Instructor: Nancy Woodruff, RDH, EFDA CRN: 20119 Saturday, October 5 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Fee: $395
Medical Emergencies for the Dental Professional This four-hour course provides information on the recognition of common medical emergencies and emergency protocol including prevention, management and response in a dental office setting. You’ll learn to identify potential risks for emergencies reported in patient medical and dental histories. We’ll discuss recognition of symptoms, first aid treatment and possible outcomes for patients in emergency situations. This course meets the guidelines as outlined in the statutes of the Ohio Dental Practice Act required for a dental hygienist to practice when the dentist is not physically present in the office. Registration will end one week prior to the class start date. Instructors: Kelly Gruver, RDH CRN: 20120 Saturday, November 16 8 a.m. - noon Fee: $125
CDA Exam Preparation This continuing education course is designed for dental assistants who are interested in reviewing for the Dental Assisting National Board Examination (DANB) and/or the Ohio Dental Assisting Certification exam (CODA). This review course allows dental assistants studying for either the national or state dental assisting certification exams a face-to-face interaction that includes review, discussion and question/answer session on each examination subject area. The 4.5-hour course will review dental anatomy, radiography and infection control subject areas necessary for preparation for the DANB exam. Other topics will include chairside and lab skills and procedures, dental materials and sterilization techniques necessary for the CODA exam. No textbook is required and supplemental review and reference textbooks for the dental assisting certification exams will be discussed. Registration will end one week prior to the class start date. Lunch provided. Instructor: Kelli DeCarlo, RDH, MS CRN: 20121 Saturday, September 14 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Fee: $129
[ ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAMS ]
“The OSI model is theoretical, and the instructor tied the parts to real world scenarios. Outstanding!” — Joshua Siderius on Network+ Certification taught by David Besse
“Very informative, met all my goals and expectations. Instructor is outstanding and very knowledgeable.” — Darcy Coggins on Pharmacy Technician Training taught by Janice Sprankle
“Hands-on, down to earth training. I learned a lot; highly recommend this class.” — Steve Taylor on Basic Electricity for Maintenance taught by Bill DeCoste
E-learn in the comfort of your own home or office with our many online classes. Stark State is pleased to partner with several providers of quality online courses. You must have Internet access and an email address.
Online, Instructor-led Classes Classes begin each month. Each course runs for six weeks and consists of 12 lessons, supplemented by interactive quizzes, assignments, tutorials and online discussions. Get your lessons and ask questions of your instructor at the time most convenient for you. Classes are available in computer/Internet, business, Web design, personal interest, courses for teachers and many more. For a full list of courses, complete course descriptions and fees, go to www.ed2go.com/ ssct. To register, call 330-966-5455. Online Career Training Programs Begin a course whenever you want – you’ll be assigned an instructor for one-on-one assistance! All books, equipment and materials are included in the course fee. Courses include > Administrative Medical Specialist > Advanced Coding for the Physician’s Office > Administrative Professional with Microsoft Office Specialist > Certified National Pharmaceutical Representative > Medical Transcription > Six Sigma, Green Belt > Six Sigma, Black Belt > CompTIA A+ and Security + Certification > CISCO - CCNA Certification Training > Search Engine Optimization > Starting and Running Your Own Business > Bookkeeping the Easy Way with QuickBooks > Webmaster Certification > AutoCad 2007 > AutoCad 2009 For complete course information and course demos, go to www.gatlineducation.com. To register, call 330-966-5455.
OTHER COMPUTER COURSES AVAILABLE ONLINE
> Introduction to Crystal Reports > Peachtree Accounting > Introduction to Illustrator CS5 > Keyboarding … and many more DETAILS: www.ed2go.com/ssct
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[ IT CERTIFICATIONS ] When you successfully complete any IT certification you’ll receive credit for the comparable class(es) in our associate degree IT programs.
A+ Certification In this hands-on, lab-based course, you’ll learn the skills required to become A+ certified. Cover the fundamentals of computer technology; installation and configuration of PCs, laptops and related hardware; and basic networking. We’ll also install and configure PC operating systems, as well as configure common features (e.g., network connectivity and email) for mobile operating systems, Android and Apple iOS. Instructor: David Besse CRN: 20128 Tuesdays and Thursdays, October 22 - November 21 5:30 - 9:30 p.m. Fee: $999 (includes textbook)
Security + Certification This class prepares you for Security+ certification (SY0-301, JK0-018) through hands-on and instructor-led delivery. We’ll discuss and explore network devices, ports, risk mitigation and network vulnerability. Prerequisite: one to two years of IT, preferably network-related experience or equivalent. Instructor: David Besse, CISA, CISSP, MCSE CRN: 20132 Mondays and Wednesdays, September 16 - October 2 5:30 - 9:30 p.m. Fee: $799 (includes textbook)
Network + Certification Prepare for Network+ certification through hands-on and instructor-led delivery. Along with traditional foundations of network concepts, we’ll focus on network security, virtual networking and the seven-layer OSI model as prescribed by the N10-005 exam. Some network-related experience helpful, but not required. Instructor: David Besse, CISA, CISSP, MCSE CRN: 20134 Days TBD November 25 - December 18 5:30 - 9:30 p.m. Fee: $799 (includes textbook)
[ INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE ] Quality System Audit Training This comprehensive training covers all aspects of ISO 9001:2008 and process auditing. Our 12-hour course is designed for aspiring auditors and anyone else with a need to understand the requirements and basic skills needed to audit, manage or implement a quality management system. Instructor: Jim Linkie, RABQSA, MSSC CRN: 20116 Wednesdays September 18 - October 9 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Fee: $450
Industrial Service Technician Certificate Program Earn a certificate in industrial maintenance. Select the track that best meets your needs and those of your company, or work towards earning a certificate in each track.
Basic Electricity for Maintenance Troubleshooting Machine Controls I Troubleshooting Machine Controls II Hydraulics/Pneumatics Troubleshooting I Troubleshooting PLCs - The Basics
Basic Electricity for Maintenance Troubleshooting Machine Controls I Hydraulics/Pneumatics Troubleshooting II Strategic Industrial Maintenance Programming Variable Frequency Drives
Electrical PLUS Mechanical tracks Troubleshooting PLCs -Systems CNC Programming CNC Maintenance or CNC Operations or Servo Systems Blueprint Reading for the Machine Trades —————————————— All course fees include textbooks. ——————————————
Basic Electricity for Maintenance This is a noncredit course designed for current maintenance employees to update and refresh their skills. No previous knowledge of electrical systems is required. You’ll learn electrical fundamentals, meters, measurements, and basic electrical circuits and how to troubleshoot those circuits in the work place. Text required. Instructor: Bill DeCoste CRN: 20076 Mondays and Wednesdays, September 23 - October 30 (no class Oct. 14 and 16) 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Fee: $629 (includes textbook)
Troubleshooting Machine Controls I This noncredit course is for current maintenance employees to update and refresh their skills. Previous knowledge of electrical systems or Basic Electricity for Maintenance is required. You’ll learn how to troubleshoot and properly wire motor control circuits, pilot devices, limit switches and other industrial devices. Text required. Instructor: Bill DeCoste CRN: 20077 Mondays and Wednesdays, November 4 - December 9 (no class Nov. 27) 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Fee: $639 (includes textbook)
Strategic Industrial Maintenance Start pulling it all together with this course covering predictive, preventive and reactive maintenance. We’ll cross all crafts to enhance the skills of maintenance professionals, helping solve modern day-to-day problems efficiently. We’ll cover pumps, fasteners, valves, couplings, bearings, prints and drive components. Text required Instructor: Greg McInnes CRN: 20080 Tuesdays and Thursdays, September 24 - October 24 5 - 8 p.m. Fee: $549 (includes textbook)
Hydraulic/Pneumatic Troubleshooting I This noncredit course is custom-designed for maintenance personnel. You’ll learn the operation and troubleshooting techniques of hydraulic and pneumatic systems. This includes component and circuit principals, safety, symbols, fluids, compressors, pumps, accumulators, control valves, cylinders, and motors using hands-on troubleshooting techniques. Text required. Instructor: Jim Hardin CRN: 20081 Mondays and Wednesdays, September 23 - October 28 (no class Oct. 14) 6 - 9 p.m. Fee: $599 (includes textbook)
National Electric Code 2011 Update (Residential)
Here’s a chance to study all the updates and changes to the 2011 NEC with an emphasis on residential construction. Bring a calculator and your 2011 codebook with you. Approved for 5 continuing education hours by OCILB and for professional engineers and surveyors. Instructor: John Labriola, ESI CRN: 20087 Saturday, September 28 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Fee: $89
[ GAS AND OIL EXPLORATION] IADC Rig Pass with SafeLAND USA and SafeGULF Training
This fully accredited, nationally recognized safety training course provided by the International Association of Drilling Contractors will address the health, safety and environmental training and requirements for oil and gas service contractors and exploration and production employees both on shore and off shore. This course covering an industry-standardized curriculum will give you basic knowledge of • work site safety • overview of government agencies and applicable regulations • employee responsibilities • environmental protections • incident reporting procedures After completing the course, you’ll be issued a completion card with an identification number that will be entered into the national databases for IADC Rig Pass, SafeLAND USA and SafeGULF. CRN: 20066 Friday November 8 7:30a.m. - 5 p.m. Fee: $159 (includes box lunch)
[ HEALTH AND RECREATION ] Orientation to Fitness Training
This FREE one-hour personal fitness training orientation is designed to provide information for anyone interested in the fitness profession or in becoming a fitness trainer. Topics include personal training, group exercise, senior fitness, children’s fitness and aqua fitness. CRN: 20074 Saturday, September 14 9 - 10 a.m. Free
Personal Trainer National Certification
Whether for a career move or your own personal knowledge, get all the information you need to become a certified personal trainer. Sixteen hours of hands-on practical training, held at the Powerhouse Gym, prepares you to work with clients one-on-one. Also receive 16 hours of lecture, including anatomy, exercise physiology, nutrition, musculoskeletal injuries, health screening and more. National exam is given in the last week. Proof of CPR and a 30-hour internship required for certification to be issued. For more information: www.witseducation.com. To order your textbook directly, call 1-888-330-9487. Course fee includes workbook and certification exam. Instructor: Staff, World Instructor Training Schools CRN: 20136 Saturdays, October 5 - December 7 (no class Nov. 30) 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Fee: $699
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Students must register and pay for classes before the class begins. Early registration is recommended for sufficient enrollment to conduct classes. CLASS LOCATION Unless otherwise noted, all classes are held at the Continuing Education Center, located in the Hoover District at 265 E. Maple Street, North Canton, OH 44720. CERTIFICATES OF COMPLETION Stark State College awards students with certificates for satisfactory completion of continuing education offerings. The College follows national guidelines for continuing education and is a member of the Ohio Continuing Higher Education Association (OCHEA). In order to achieve satisfactory completion, students must attend at least 80% of the continuing education course/offering. WITHDRAWAL AND REFUND POLICIES Continuing education students who wish to withdraw from classes before classes begin must notify the Continuing Education Office, 330-966-5455, at least two days before the first day of class. Refunds will be mailed within 30 days after withdrawals. A $7 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. NO REFUNDS will be made after the first class session. CANCELLATIONS Stark State College reserves the right to cancel a course due to insufficient enrollment, in which case a full refund will be mailed to you within 30 days. PARKING Free, lighted parking is available across E. Maple Street from the Continuing Education Center. For continuing education classes on the main campus, students will receive parking permits. ROOM ASSIGNMENTS Room number for classes will be posted in the Continuing Education Center lobby on the first day of the class.
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COMPANY DISCOUNTS Companies enrolling three or more employees into the same class will receive a 10% discount. Discount does not apply to credit courses.
SENIOR CITIZENS Senior citizens (60+) will receive a 15% discount on course fees by presenting their Golden Buckeye Cards at the time of registration. This discount applies to “in person” registrations only and does not include special senior citizen classes or company-paid registrations.
Continuing Education Center 265 E. Maple Street North Canton, OH 44720 Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. 330-966-5455
TAX DEDUCTION If the purpose of attending workshops or classes is to help you maintain or improve your skills relating to employment or business, expenses for fees and books may be tax-deductible according to I.R.C. Reg. 1.162-5. You may also qualify for a Lifelong Learning tax credit. Consult your tax advisor for more information.
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