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Corporate&&Continuing ContinuingEducation Education- General Information - Fall- 2009 Corporate Workforce Development Fall 2009 ATT E N T I O N !

Registration begins July 6 and is ongoing throughout the term. Contact Customer Service to register at 704-330-4223. Customer Service hours are Monday–Thursday 8 a.m.–6 p.m. The Customer Service Center is closed on Fridays through July 31. Beginning August 7, the Customer Service Center will be open Fridays 8 a.m.–5 p.m. • Online registration - http://mycollege.cpcc.edu • Automated Telephone Registration (CHRIS) - 704.330.6970

A D M I S S I O N S / R E G I ST R AT I O N / PAY M E N T • Continuing Education students are not required to submit an application to the college for enrollment and do not need to obtain previous transcripts. New students should call the Customer Service Center at 704.330.4223 to establish a profile and obtain a student identification number prior to registering for classes. • North Carolina residency is not required for Continuing Education classes. • Registration for Continuing Education students is ongoing throughout the term. Students may register for classes anytime before the class begins providing seats are available. • Methods of registration - Customer Service Center – 704.330.4223 - Online – www.cpcc.edu/cce - Automated Telephone – 704.330.6970 • North Carolina residents who are 65 years of age or older pay no tuition for Continuing Education Occupational Extension classes indicated by OE in the refund column of each course. Self-supporting Continuing Education classes denoted by SS in the refund column of each course require tuition payment. • Fees - A $4 CAPS fee per class (with a maximum $55 per semester) for Campus Access, Parking, and Security is required for Continuing Education courses that meet on college campuses. - A technology fee of $5 is charged for each Occupational Extension class. - Certain courses charge a $14 lab fee, with a maximum $56 per semester. - Student accident insurance and/or professional liability insurance may be required for certain courses. - Certain courses require books and/or additional materials.

REFUND POLICIES Self-supporting classes (indicated by SS after the course description under the “Refund” column) • Students must withdraw at least seven (7) business days prior to the start date of the class to be eligible for a full refund. After that, students are responsible for the entire class fee. • If you do not withdraw and do not attend, you are still responsible for payment. • Tuition will be refunded 100% for any classes canceled by the college. Occupational Extension classes (indicated by OE after the course description under the “Refund” column) • 100% of tuition paid will be refunded by the college if the student officially withdraws prior to the first day of the class. • 75% of tuition paid will be refunded by the college if the student officially withdraws on or after the first day through the 10% point of the class. • Tuition will be refunded 100% for any class canceled by the college.

A D D I T I O N A L I N F O R M AT I O N • Parking decals are required only for Continuing Education students attending class on the Central Campus. • Student identification cards cards are available to Continuing Education students, but are not required. Identification cards are necessary only to use the library, Academic Learning Center, and Testing Center. Student ID’s are made in the Central High Building on Central Campus and at all other CPCC campuses. • Bookstore information: Visit the website at www.bkstr.com • Offsite locations are listed at the following website: https://secure2.cpcc.edu/offcampusdir/ P A Y

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CPCC also offers degree, diploma, and certificate programs! CPCC not only offers outstanding classes for the business community and for those seeking professional and personal enrichment, CPCC is also a great first choice for students who want to earn a degree, start a career, change career direction, or get the courses needed to transfer to a four-year school. CPCC offers more than 100 innovative and effective degree, diploma and certificate programs. Take this opportunity to review our programs of study. Degree Programs

Diploma Programs

Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Accounting Advertising and Graphic Design Air Cond./Heating/Refrigeration Tech. Architectural Technology Automotive Systems Technology Baking and Pastry Arts Business Administration Human Resources Management International Business Concentration Marketing and Retailing Concentration Cardiovascular Technology Civil Engineering Technology Computer Engineering Technology Computer Information Technology Computer Programming Criminal Justice Technology Culinary Technology Database Management Dental Hygiene Early Childhood Education Electrical/Electronics Technology Electrical Engineering Technology Electronics Engineering Technology Fire Protection Technology Geospatial Technology Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology Flexography Concentration Health Information Technology Heavy Equipment and Transport Technology Horticulture Technology Hotel and Restaurant Management Human Services Technology Developmental Disabilities Concentration Substance Abuse Concentration Information Systems Security Interior Design Interpreter Education Machining Technology Manufacturing Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology Medical Assisting Medical Laboratory Technology Medical Office Administration Networking Technology Nondestructive Examination Nursing, Associate Degree Office Systems Technology Legal Concentration Paralegal Technology

Physical Therapist Assistant Respiratory Therapy Simulation and Game Development Surgical Technology Surveying Technology Sustainability Technologies Degree Turfgrass Management Technology Web Technologies Welding Technology

For information about CPCC diploma programs visit cpcc.edu/diplomas.

Pre-Majors Art Education Business Administration Computer Science Criminal Justice Education (Elementary, Middle, Special) English English Education Health Education History Nursing Physical Education Political Science Psychology Social Science Secondary Education Social Work Sociology Communications

Air Cond./Heating/Refrigeration Tech. Autobody Repair Automotive Systems Technology Computer Programming/Mainframe Programming Computer Programming/Object Oriented Programming Concepts of Manufacturing Support Concepts of Mechanical Design Dental Assisting Electrical/Electronics Technology Heavy Equipment and Transport Technology Horticulture Technology Hotel Management Machining Technology Mechanical Drafting Technology Medical Assisting Office Systems Technology/General Clerical Skills Office Systems Technology/Word Processing Operator Paralegal Technology Pre-architecture Residential Interior Decoration Restaurant Management Turfgrass Management Technology Welding Technology

Associate in Fine Arts (AFA)

Certificate Programs

Art Dance Music Art Pre-Major Middle Grades Education and Special Ed. Music Education Pre-Major

For information about CPCC certificate programs, visit www.cpcc.edu/certificates

Associate in Arts (AA)

Associate in General Ed. (AGE) Associate in Science (AS)

Basic Law Enforcement Training Cytotechnology Specialization Certificates For information about CPCC specialization certificates offered at CPCC, visit www.cpcc.edu/certificates

General Associate in Science degree program Pre-Majors Biology and Biology Education Chemistry and Chemistry Education Engineering Mathematics

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Table of Contents Computer Training

Workforce Development Advertising and Graphic Design

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Sustainable Graphic Design Creating a Digital Portfolio

Business of Design

Keyboarding Introduction to the Personal Computer and MS Windows Protecting Your Computer from Malware Introduction to Computers E-Mailing for Beginners

Intermediate Botanical Illustration Botanical Illustration Workshop

Constructing Visual Narratives: Comics, Graphic Novels and Picture Books Understanding Visual Narratives: Comics, Graphic Novels and Picture Books Visual Narrative Workshop

Visual Narratives

Crystal Reports, Level I Business Intelligence with Excel How to Buy and Sell on eBay

Business Technology

Photoshop Fundamentals Photoshop Dominance I Illustrator Fundamentals Illustrator Dominance I InDesign Fundamentals InDesign Dominance I

Desktop Publishing/Computer

Learning to Use Your Digital Camera

Digital Lifestyle

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Basic Appraisal Principles Basic Appraisal Procedures Market Analysis & Highest and Best Use The Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP)

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Automotive

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OSHA Forklift Training Counter-Balance

Forklift Training

Motorsports Heavy Fabrication Motorsports Assembly Motorsport Body Hanging Motorsport Paint, Body, and Decaling

Motorsports

Independent Auto Dealers License - Renewal North Carolina Independent Dealer Initial

NC Independent Dealer Classes

Vehicle Emissions Inspection OBD II Recertification Vehicle Emissions Inspection OBD II Inspection NCSI Safety Recertification NC Safety Inspection Initial Inspection

NC Vehicle Inspection

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Career Readiness Certificate

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Center for Sustainability

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What’s Your Carbon Footprint? Creating a Wildlife Habitat in Your Own Backyard Greening the Home Step-By-Step on a Budget Consumer’s Guide to Building a Green Home Ways to Live Greener at Home Home Energy Audits

Consumer Education

HTML 4.01: Web Authoring, Level 1 Dreamweaver CS3 - Introduction Dreamweaver CS3 - Advanced Macromedia Flash - Introduction

Web Development

Solid Modeling Level 1 Solid Modeling Level 2 Solid Modeling Level 3 Solid Modeling Level 4

Solid Modeling

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Comprehensive Review of the NC Residential Building Code

Building Codes

Residential Blueprint Reading and Estimating Home Construction Methods and Details Residential Contractor’s Exam Review Commercial Contractor’s Exam Review

Building Contractor Licensing

Practical “Green” for Realtors Environmental BioDiesel Technology and Business of Photovoltaics Wastewater Treatment Certification Level III & IV ServSafe Essentials (Spanish) Basics of Catering and Event Management Become a Professional Personal Chef Servsafe Essentials

Oracle 10g: Introduction to SQL Oracle 10g: Administration Workshop I

Construction

Professional Education

Charlotte Cooks - ProChef Boot Camp

Microsoft Project, Level I Personal Computer Training With Windows Microsoft Word, Level I Microsoft Word, Level II Microsoft Word, Level III Microsoft Excel, Level I Microsoft Excel, Level II Microsoft Excel, Level III Microsoft Access, Level I Microsoft Access, Level II Microsoft Access, Level III Microsoft Powerpoint Level I Microsoft Outlook, Level I

One-Day Classes

Oracle Certification Prep

Bank Teller

Career Readiness Certification Skills Gap Training

Microsoft Office - Introduction Microsoft Word - Introduction Microsoft Word - Advanced Microsoft Excel - Introduction Microsoft Excel - Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint - Introduction Microsoft Access - Introduction

MS Office Applications

Audio Engineering

Certified Bank Teller Program

Adobe InDesign - Introduction Adobe Illustrator - Introduction Adobe Illustrator - Advanced Adobe Photoshop - Introduction Adobe Photoshop-Advanced Adobe Photoshop Elements: Level I Adobe Photoshop Elements: Level II

Graphics and Publishing

Pre-Licensing

Audio Engineering 1 Audio Engineering 2 Audio Engineering 3 Techniques Audio Engineering Independent Project

AutoCAD Level 1 AutoCAD Level 2 AutoCAD 3D Drawing and Modeling AutoCAD Architecture AutoCAD VIZ

Basic Computer Skills

Illustration Concepts

Appraisal

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AutoCAD

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Carpentry I Carpentry II Carpentry III Professional Home Inspectors Training The House as a System

Carpentry

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Table of Contents - Corporate & Continuing Education - Fall 2009 Medical Receptionist CPR-Adult/Infant/Child/American Heart Association CPR-Adlt/Inf/Chld-AHA-Renewal Phlebotomy Training Pharmacy Technician Nurse Aide I

Code Qualification - Law and Administration Code Qualification - Building Level I Code Qualification - Building Level III Code Qualification - Electrical Level I Code Qualification -Electrical Level III Code Qualification - Mechanical Level I Code Qualification- Mechanical Level III Code Qualification - Plumbing Level I Code Qualification - Plumbing Level III

Code Qualification

Human Resources Strategic Human Resource Metrics Human Resource’s Seat at the Table The Training Process: Requirements and Best Practices ADA, FMLA, and WC: The Three Headed Hydra Managing the Different Generations in the Workplace

Ten Hour OSHA Construction Compliance 30 Hour OSHA Construction Training

Construction Safety DIY Home Weatherization

DIY Home Weatherization

Fundamentals of Human Resources Management Basic Employment Law for Human Resources Human Resources - Employee Relations Human Resources - Benefits Administration Effective Recruitment and Selection

Human Resources Certificate Program

Electrical Contractor’s Exam Review

Electrical Codes/Contractor Licensing Green Building and Remodeling

Green Building and Remodeling - NARI Wallpaper Hanging and Drywall Repair Light Electrical Ceramic Tile Installation Deck Building Basics Light Trim Carpentry

Home Improvement

Human Resource (PHR/SPHR) Certification Preparation Human Resources (GPHR) Preparation Review

PHR/SPHR/GPHR Preparation Review

Industry and Manufacturing

Bricklaying Basics Introduction to Brick Masonry

APICS-Preparation for CPIM Exams

Basic Plumbing Backflow Assembly Tester Certification Backflow Prevention Assembly and Tester Recertification

Plumbing

Certified Professional in Supply Management Bridge Exam Preparation

Institute of Supply Management

Residential/Commercial Plumbing Core Residential/Commercial Plumbing Level I, Part I Residential/Commercial Plumbing Level I, Part II Residential/Commercial Plumbing Level II, Part II

Plumbing - Apprenticeship

Institute for Entrepreneurship 22

Entrepreneurship

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Financial Planning

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Investment Planning Income Tax Planning

Introduction to ArcGIS 9.3 Introduction to ArcPad and GPS Analyst Building and Managing a Geodatabase in ArcGIS

Graphic Arts

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From Grant Seeking to Grant Writing Real Estate Investing: the Business Side

Business Development

Insurance

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NC Property Insurance Agent (Pre-licensing) NC Casualty Insurance Agent (Pre-licensing) NC Life Insurance Agent (Pre-licensing) NC Accident, Sickness & Health Agent (Pre-licensing)

Pre-Licensing

Flexography Concepts

Languages and Culture

Screen Printing Concepts Offset Concepts

Printing

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Basic Accounting With Quickbooks Quickbooks Level I Quickbooks Level II

Design Your First Business Website with Microsoft Office Live

Flexography

Exploring Medical Language Medical Reimbursement Specialist Hospital Coding Advanced Coding Hospital Nursing Unit Secretary Spanish for Healthcare Workers Holistic Wellness-Maximizing Health in Today’s World Medical Transcriptionist Medical Transcription Formatting/Editing Medical Keyboarding

Keys to a Successful Loan Package Income Taxes: Important Issues for the Small Business Owner Managing Your Account Receivables

Financial Matters

Internet Solutions

Photoshop Fundamentals Photoshop Dominance I Illustrator Fundamentals Illustrator Dominance I InDesign Fundamentals InDesign Dominance I

Allied Health

Writing a Business Plan I: First Steps Writing a Business Plan II: Doing Your Research

Accounting with Quickbooks

Desktop Publishing/Computer

Healthcare Training

New Ventures Certificate Program How to Start and Operate a Small Business Starting a Nonprofit

Business Plan Writing

CFP® Certification Education Program

Geospatial Technology Training

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Starting a Business

Dietary Manager See institute for entrepreneurship

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Fast Track: APICS Master Planning of Resources Fast Track: Detailed Scheduling and Planning Fast Track: Execution and Control of Operations Fast Track: Apics Strategic Management of Resources APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional Exam Prep

Masonry

Therapeutic Nutrition

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HRCI Approved HR Seminars

Intermediate Spanish Beginning French I Beginning French II Beginning German I Beginning German II Beginning Spanish I Beginning Spanish II Beginning Spanish III Beginning Italian I Beginning Italian II Beginning Italian III Beginning Conversational Chinese Beginning Chinese II Self-Paced, Lab-Based Language Learning

Foreign Languages

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Table of Contents - Corporate & Continuing Education - Fall 2009 Academic ESL Communication I TOEFL Preparation I TOEFL Preparation II

International Learning

American English Pronunciation Conversations in English Level I Conversations in English Level II ESL Fast Track Teacher Training

Situational Leadership Basic Coaching Skills Essential Interviewing Skills The 7 Habits Signature Program Leadership: Great Leaders, Great Teams, Great Results The 4 Disciplines of Execution The Seven Habits for Managers

Lifelong Learning Institute

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Securities

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Small Business

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Teacher Education

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Series 6 & 63 Review Series 7 Review See institute for entrepreneurship

Retirement Planning Today Financial Planning for Women

Purposeful Learning

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NC Loan Officer Fundamentals (Pre-Licensing)

Pre-Licensing

Reverse Mortgages for Senior Homeowners Title Insurance for Real Estate Professionals Understanding Credit Mortgage Fraud: A Dangerous Business FHA/VA Thriving and Surviving

Continuing Education

Introduction to Multiple Intelligences And Learning Styles Best Practices in Early Childhood Education Accommodating Diverse Learners Teaching Creative Math Steps to Success in an Online Course

Classroom Instruction

Discipline with Dignity Spanish for Educators Captivate, Activate and Energize Students

Instructional Methodology

Motivating Students Differentiating Instruction for All Students Successful and Effective Teaching

Online Courses

Mortgage Math Exam Prep: Loan Officer Fundamentals Review Introduction to Mortgage Lending Conventional Loan Processing Introduction to Underwriting

Professional Interest

Reading with Children’s Literature Enriching Reading Through Creative Strategies Reading in Elementary Classrooms

Reading Instruction

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Travel Professional

Payroll Certification Preparation

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Process Improvement

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Assertiveness Without Fear Essential Skills for Sales Success Be Your Own Editor Focus: Achieving Your Highest Priorities Punctuation and Grammar Business Writing Fundamentals of Event Planning

FHA/VA Thriving and Surviving Title Insurance for Real Estate Professionals Mortgage Fraud: A Dangerous Business

Real Estate Cram Review Real Estate Math How to Buy a Foreclosure - Deal or No Deal? Inspect Before You Buy When All Else Fails - Creative Strategies for Selling Your Home in a Down Market

Introduction to Computers E-Mailing for Beginners Learning to Use Your Digital Camera

Professional Development

Real Estate Broker ( Pre-Licensing)

Professional & Personal Interest

Technology

Process Management Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Six Sigma Black Belt Certification Review Project Management Program Lean Manufacturing Value Stream Mapping Lean Office The 5S System Lean Enterprise Certification Program

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Pre-Licensing

Continuing Education

Success to Significance Curve Ball Crazy: Coping With Life’s Changes New Ventures Certificate Program

PayTrain Fundamentals PayTrain Mastery

Emergency Medical Technician Basic EMT Renewal

Broker Post-Licensing Course - Relationships and Responsibilities Broker Post-Licensing Course - Contracts and Closings Broker Post-Licensing Course - Special Topics

Career Transitions

Notary Public I Electronic Notary Certification

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EMS

Post Licensing

Assisted Living Administrator Training Activity Director-MEPAP 2nd Edition Basic Training Course Aging Studies Certificate

Notary

Public Safety

Real Estate 34

Aging Studies

Mortgage Banking

41

Successful Site Management

Professional & Personal Conversations in English (ESL)

Leadership

Property Management

Launch Your Travel Career Travel Reservations Become a Cruise Vacation Agent On-Line Travel Professional Certification On-line Vacation Specialist Certification

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Personal Interest

41

Arts

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Automotive

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Broadway Dance - TAP So, You’ve Always Wanted to Play the Harp? Folk Harp Ensemble Piano for Beginners VOX Choral Ensemble Dance Performance Vocal Ensemble Basic Small Engines Basic Small Engine Overhaul Auto Empowerment Basic Auto Body Repair and Restoration Basic Autobody Restoration

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Table of Contents - Corporate & Continuing Education - Fall 2009 Charlotte Cooks

Basic Chinese Cooking Indian Vegetarian Cooking Soups, Stocks and More! Knife Skills Healthy From Home-Baby’s First Solid Foods Healthy From Home-Seasonal Eats The Art of Home Canning Tasty First Bites From Around the World Gingerbread House Holiday Cookies Chocolate Unrobed Bread Baking 101 Cake Decorating I Pizza, Pizza and More! Edible Holiday Decorations Wine Fundamentals Certificate Level 1 And 2

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Social Dance for Beginners Social Dance for Women Egyptian Belly Dance Beginning Shag

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Financial Education

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Fitness/Self Protection Tai-Chi for Health B.L.T. Fitness Hip-Hop/Latin Dance Aerobics Pilates for Beginners Introduction to Cardio Kick Boxing Bootcamp Fitness Strength and Stability Yoga for Beginners Introduction to Tai Chi Continuing Tai Chi

Home & Garden

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Travel

57

Writing

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Tennis for Beginners Golf for Beginners Women Are Golfers Too Kayaking for Beginners Charlotte 101

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ways to get your company to send you to class!

2 Show the course schedule.

Get them to read it. Attach it to a memo.

3 Stress the benefits.

Introduction to Sewing Made to Fit - Easy Alterations and Re- Styling

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Sports

A simple verbal request is usually all it takes.

Sewing

Birding in North Carolina The Craft of Storytelling Creating an Oral History: Preserving Memories of Everyday People Social Dance for Beginners Beginning Shag Charlotte 101

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Personal Trainer National Certification Nutrition for Fitness Professionals Workshop Exercise Program Design for Special Population

1 Ask.

Planning Your Own Home Landscape Design Planning Your Home Landscape Design II Organic Gardening for the Fall and Winter Seasons Composting Workshop

Just for Fun

Personal Training Certification

CORPORATE C O R P O R AT E & CONTINUING C O N T I N U I N G EDUCATION E D U C AT I O N

Landscaping/Gardening

Strength and Stability Tai-Chi for Health Yoga for Beginners

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Floral Designs Wedding Flowers Home Decorating Basics Home Decorating Reloaded Home Staging Basics

Health and Wellness

Painting/Creative Arts

Creative Writing How to Sell Everything You Write Freelance Journalism-Writing to Sell Writing for Women

Creative Interiors

Lifelong Learning Institute

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Motorcycle: Riding and Street Skills Motorcycle: Riding and Street Skills for Women Weekday Motorcycle: Riding and Street Skills Experienced Rider and License Waiver Prep Course Painting with Soft Pastels Stained Glass Workshop Basic Watercolor Techniques Intermediate Watercolor Techniques Basic Acrylic Painting Techniques Open Studio Painting

Dance

Financial Planning for Women Let the Buyer Beware Identity Theft: Prevention & Survival Retirement Planning Today Self-Help: Credit Repair Workshop Self-Help: Improving Your Credit Score How to Set Up and Maintain a Personal Budget for Financial Success! How to Get Out and Stay Out of Debt Investing for Life Taking Stock

Motorcycle Safety Skills

Additional skills training will make you a more productive employee.

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4 Emphasize the convenience.

Why go out of town for training when you can get quality training right here?

5 Compare the competitive pricing.

Your boss will be pleased to know that paying a little less gets a lot. Check the prices; they are hard to beat.

6 Direct invoicing

CPCC will invoice your employer directly for your registration fees if the amount exceeds $300. Go to www.trainingmatrix.com/cpcc to access the “Bill My Employer” form.


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Workforce Development Advertising and Graphic Design

Visual Narratives

Business of Design

CONSTRUCTING VISUAL NARRATIVES: COMICS, GRAPHIC NOVELS AND PICTURE BOOKS GRX7130 HOURS: 31.5 $225.00 This course, the second in the Visual Narrative Certificate program, focuses on the mechanics of constructing a complete visual narrative, including basic principles and elements of page layout, scriptwriting, storyboarding and character development. Students will continue to develop a complex visual narrative of their own.

SUSTAINABLE GRAPHIC DESIGN GRX8520 HOURS: 8.0 $135.00 This course is an introduction to practical methods and ideas for being an environmentally responsible designer, including a review of new processes and materials that are becoming available, operating a “green” studio, and strategies for engaging with clients in discussions of sustainable business practices. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42471) 01 HP 301 (HARPER CAMPUS)

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TIME 08:30A-04:30P

DATES REFUND 9/3-9/3 SS

CREATING A DIGITAL PORTFOLIO GRX8530 HOURS: 8.0 $135.00 The digital portfolio has become an integral measure of a designer?s skill and success. This class will introduce students to the tools necessary to design, create and publish a professional digital portfolio. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42488) 01 HP 207 (HARPER CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

DAY(S) S

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-05:00P 10/24-10/24 SS

INTERMEDIATE BOTANICAL ILLUSTRATION GRX8321 HOURS: 32.0 $225.00 Botanical imagery is used throughout the design world and has been a staple in design for thousands of years. In the last ten years there has been a renaissance of interest in botanical painting. This class is for those people who love the natural world and would like to try their hand at creating their own botanical illustrations. This class is continuation of GRX8320 BEGINNING BOTANICAL ILLUSTRATION. DAY(S) S

TIME DATES REFUND 11:00A-01:00P 8/15-12/12 SS

BOTANICAL ILLUSTRATION WORKSHOP GRX8323 HOURS: 32.0 $175.00 This workshop is designed for students who have completed or are currently enrolled in either GRX8320, GRX8321 or GRX8322 botanical illustration courses, and want to work on independent projects in a communal atmosphere, with minimal direction. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42490) 01 HP 320 (HARPER CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/5, 11/28.

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TIME DATES REFUND 02:00P-04:00P 8/15-12/12 SS

DAY(S) S

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-12:30P 10/24-12/12 SS

UNDERSTANDING VISUAL NARRATIVES: COMICS, GRAPHIC NOVELS AND PICTURE BOOKS GRX7120 HOURS: 31.5 $225.00 This course, the first in the Visual Narrative Certificate program, is an introduction to art of the visual narrative: comic books, graphic novels and picture books. Students will study the history and contribution of visual narrative and the many different forms it has taken over the ages. During the course students will create their own visual narratives. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42470) 01 HP 321 (HARPER CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/5.

Illustration Concepts

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42489) 01 HP 320 (HARPER CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/5, 11/28.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42468) 01 HP 321 (HARPER CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/28.

DAY(S) S

TIME 08:00A-12:30P

DATES REFUND 8/15-10/3 SS

VISUAL NARRATIVE WORKSHOP GRX7170 HOURS: 31.5 $180.00 This course is designed for students interested in working on individual or group projects in a communal setting. The instructor will facilitate discussions and critiques among students, who are expected to support each other in the pursuit of their goals. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42469) 01 HP 321 (HARPER CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/28.

DAY(S) S

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-12:30P 10/24-12/12 SS

Desktop Publishing/Computer PHOTOSHOP FUNDAMENTALS PRX7052 HOURS: 8.0 $149.00 Photoshop Fundamentals is a great starting point if you’re just beginning to learn Adobe Photoshop. Our Graphics Arts staff will walk you through Photoshop at an even pace so you can learn the techniques, functions, and tools used by everyday professionals. Our Mac labs provide state of the art technology to learn Photoshop in a Graphics environment. Knowledge of a Macintosh is not required for this class, since basic instruction will be given. 30 MINUTE LUNCH

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42035) 14 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) (42036) 15 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS)

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DAY(S) TH TH

TIME 08:00A-04:30P 08:00A-04:30P

DATES REFUND 8/20-8/20 SS 11/5-11/5 SS

PHOTOSHOP DOMINANCE I PRX7053 HOURS: 15.0 $269.00 Our Photoshop Dominance I class is designed by our Graphic Arts department to teach tools and tricks necessary to utilize Photoshop to its potential. The first level of our series will help you master, discover, learn, and manipulate this extremely powerful and popular raster editing software. This two-day course is great for beginners and novices alike. An understanding of the Photoshop Interface and the Apple operation system is a plus but not necessary as basic Mac interface instructions will be given to complete this class. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42041) 08 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

DAY(S) F TH

TIME 08:00A-04:00P 08:00A-05:00P

DATES REFUND 10/1-10/2 SS 10/1-10/2

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 ILLUSTRATOR FUNDAMENTALS PRX7062 HOURS: 8.0 $149.00 Illustrator Fundamentals is a great starting point if you’re just beginning to learn Adobe Illustrator. Our Graphics Arts staff will walk you through Illustrator at an even pace so you can learn the techniques,functions, and tools used by professionals. Our Mac labs provide state of the art technology to learn Illustrator in a Graphics/Printing environment. Knowledge of a Macintosh is not required for this class, since basic instruction will be given. 30 MINUTE LUNCH

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42042) 13 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) (42043) 14 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS)

DAY(S) TH TH

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-04:30P 9/17-9/17 SS 08:00A-04:30P 11/12-11/12 SS

BASIC APPRAISAL PROCEDURES APP7202 HOURS: 33.0 $210.00 This basic appraisal course provides an overview of real estate appraisal approaches to valuation procedures, value, property description, residential applications, commercial applications, improvement construction, home inspection, and appraisal math. Through theory, case studies, and examples, the course offers practical application of appraisal procedures. This course meets pre-qualifying criteria establish by the NC Appraisal Board. A calculator is recommended. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42348) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS)

DAY(S) MW

TIME 06:00P-09:00P

DATES REFUND 10/5-11/9 SS

ILLUSTRATOR DOMINANCE I PRX7063 HOURS: 15.0 $269.00 Our Illustrator Dominance I class is designed by our Graphic Arts department to teach tools and tricks necessary to utilize Illustrator to its potential. The first level of our series will help you master, discover, learn, and manipulate this extremely powerful and popular vector editing software. This two-day course is great for beginners and novices alike. An understanding of the Illustrator Interface and the Apple operation system is a plus but not necessary as basic Mac instruction will be given to complete the class.

MARKET ANALYSIS & HIGHEST AND BEST USE APP7203 HOURS: 16.0 $110.00 This course is designed to give students the tools needed to properly collect and analyze market data. Markets, sub-markets, market segmentation, supply side analysis, demand analysis and the importance of market analysis to the appraisal process are covered in the first half of this course. The second half focuses on the theory of Highest and Best Use. The two-step analysis along with the four tests for Highest and Best Use are covered in detail. Drill problems and a short case study allow students to put into practice the techniques presented in the course.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42044) 08 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

DAY(S) F TH

TIME 08:00A-04:00P 08:00A-05:00P

DATES REFUND 9/3-9/4 SS 9/3-9/4

INDESIGN FUNDAMENTALS PRX7072 HOURS: 8.0 $149.00 InDesign Fundamentals is a great starting point if you’re just beginning to learn Adobe InDesign. Our Graphic Arts staff will walk you through InDesign at an even pace so you can learn the techniques, functions, and tools used by everyday professionals. Our Mac labs provide state of the art technology to learn InDesign in a Graphics/Printing Environment. Knowledge of a Macintosh is not required for this class, since basic instruction will be given. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42045) 09 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) 30 MINUTE LUNCH

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TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-04:30P 10/23-10/23 SS

INDESIGN DOMINANCE I PRX7073 HOURS: 15.0 $249.00 Our InDesign Dominance I class is designed by our Graphic Arts department to teach tools and tricks necessary to utilize InDesign to its potential. The first level of our series will help you master, discover, learn, and manipulate this extremely powerful and popular vector editing software. This two-day course is great for beginners and novices alike. An understanding of the InDesign Interface and the Apple operation system is a plus but not necessary as basic instruction will be given. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42046) 07 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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Appraisal Pre-Licensing BASIC APPRAISAL PRINCIPLES APP7201 HOURS: 33.0 $210.00 This introductory appraisal course provides an overview of real property concepts and characteristics, legal consideration, value influences, real estate finance, types of value, economic principles, real estate markets and anaylsis, and ethics in appraisal practice. Thorough discussion of appraisal principles, accompanied by practical examples, provides a solid foundation in appraisal basics. This course meets pre-qualifying criteria establied by the NC Appraisal Board. A calculator is recommended. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

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THE UNIFORM STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONAL APPRAISAL PRACTICE (USPAP) APP7144 HOURS: 20.0 $273.00 The 15-hour National Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) course is designed to aid appraisers in all areas of appraisal practice seeking competency in the USPAP. This course is intended to fulfill the 15-hour requirement as established by the Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) of The Appraisal Foundation. Topics include appraisal standards, reviews, reports and the confidentially provisions as set forth by the Appraisal Foundation. Books are included in tuition. The course can be taken anytime after successful completion of Basic Appraisal Principles and Basic Appraisal Procedures. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42346) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS)

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Audio Engineering AUDIO ENGINEERING 1 AAC8002 HOURS: 32.0 $120.00 This course introduces the recording studio from an artistic and operational point of view. Emphasis is placed on audio consoles, microphones, multi-track recorders, and echo chambers. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate understanding of operation and function of recording equipment and its relationship to musician, sound engineer, and producer. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41927) 02 SL 211 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) M CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 10/12. (41926) 01 SL 208 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) T CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/13. (41928) 03 SL 103 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TH CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26.

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AUDIO ENGINEERING 2 AAC8003 HOURS: 64.0 $150.00 This course continues the study and application of recording techniques begun in Recording Engineering 1. Emphasis is placed on multitrack recording and mix-down, microphone placement, and patch bay function. Upon completion, students should be able to create projects demonstrating proficiency in the skills and use of the equipment studied. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (41911) 02 SL 203 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) S 09:00A-05:00P 8/19-12/9 SS SL 203 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) W 06:00P-08:00P 8/19-12/9 CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/25. SAT. LAB WILL MEET 9AM-5PM 9/12, 10/10, 11/7, 12/5.

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 AUDIO ENGINEERING 3 TECHNIQUES AAC8005 HOURS: 32.0 $120.00 This course introduces students to digital workstations in the digital lab. Using ProTools multi-track LE postproduction, and stereo editing Wavelab, students will input audio into the computer and edit, mix, and complete an audio CD recording.

MOTORSPORT PAINT, BODY, AND DECALING MSI8115 HOURS: 80.0 $1000.00 Students will be introduced to the process of prepping and painting race related vehicles. Students will learn both conventional and electrostatic paint applications. Students will also be introduced to body wrap and graphic applications..

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AUDIO ENGINEERING INDEPENDENT PROJECT AAC8026 HOURS: 26.0 $300.00 This course introduces students to working independently in the recording studio. Using digital and audio recording techniques acquired in previous levels, the student will apply recording/production postproduction techniques, then edit, mix and complete an audio CD recording. PREREQUISITES: AUDIO ENGINEERING 1 COREQUISITES: AUDIO ENGINEERING 2, AUDIO ENGINEERING 3

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (41923) 02 SL 203 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) M 08:10P-09:10P 8/17-12/14 SS CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 10/12. 10 HOURS OF LAB REQUIRED. LAB TIMES SCHEDULED DURING FIRST CLASS MEETING.

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Motorsports MOTORSPORTS HEAVY FABRICATION MSI8106 HOURS: 80.0 $1000.00 Students will learn the process of tube bending, tube notching, and construction skills pretaining to chassis construction. A continuation of welding skills for both aluminum and steel will be learned. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42222) 01 TS 122 (NORTH CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/14, 10/15.

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MOTORSPORTS ASSEMBLY MSI8109 HOURS: 80.0 $1000.00 Students will learn the process of chassis and component assembly. Car setup electrical, drivetrain and plumbing will be taught using NASCAR type vehicles. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42221) 01 TS 124 (NORTH CAMPUS) F 05:30P-10:30P 8/24-10/20 SS TS 124 (NORTH CAMPUS) MT 05:30P-10:30P 8/24-10/20 CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/12, 10/13. FRIDAY CLASS IS 9/11.

MOTORSPORT BODY HANGING MSI8112 HOURS: 80.0 $1000.00 Students will learn the technique of hanging sheet metal on racing applications. Students will also receive an introduction to complex panel placement and safety procedures. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42218) 01 TS 124 (NORTH CAMPUS) F 05:30P-10:30P 10/28-12/17 SS TS 124 (NORTH CAMPUS) WTH 05:30P-10:30P 10/28-12/17 CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26. FRIDAY CLASS IS 11/20.

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NC Independent Dealer Classes INDEPENDENT AUTO DEALERS LICENSE - RENEWAL AUX7560 HOURS: 6.0 $65.00 Are you a North Carolina Independent Automotive Dealer? North Carolina requires that you attend a recertification dealer class yearly. This 6 hour class will keep you current and in compliance. 1 HOUR LUNCH

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OSHA FORKLIFT TRAINING COUNTER-BALANCE AUX7500 HOURS: 4.0 $130.00 This course teaches the essentials for the safe operation of lift trucks and is OSHA certified. LOCATION TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS)

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NORTH CAROLINA INDEPENDENT DEALER INITIAL AUX7561 HOURS: 12.0 $200.00 This 12 hr. class meets all requirements for becoming an Independent Automobile Dealer in the state of North Carolina.

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NC Vehicle Inspection VEHICLE EMISSIONS INSPECTION OBD II RECERTIFICATION AUX8423 HOURS: 4.0 $80.00 This course recertifies current inspector-mechanics on test procedures, purposes and the importance of vehicles requiring OBD II testing registered in North Carolina. DMV Certifications will be processed upon full tuition payment. PH.CODE SEC (41840) 01 (41839) 02 (41838) 05 (41837) 06 (41836) 09 (41835) 10 (41834) 13 (41833) 14 (41832) 17 (41831) 18 (41830) 20 (41829) 21 (41828) 24 (41827) 25 (41826) 28 (42028) 29 (41841) 32 (41825) 33

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DATES REFUND 8/19-8/19 SS 8/19-8/19 SS 9/2-9/2 SS 9/2-9/2 SS 9/16-9/16 SS 9/16-9/16 SS 9/30-9/30 SS 9/30-9/30 SS 10/14-10/14 SS 10/14-10/14 SS 10/28-10/28 SS 10/28-10/28 SS 11/11-11/11 SS 11/11-11/11 SS 11/24-11/24 SS 11/24-11/24 SS 12/7-12/7 SS 12/7-12/7 SS

VEHICLE EMISSIONS INSPECTION OBD II INSPECTION AUX8823 HOURS: 8.0 $80.00 This course trains technicians to inspect vehicles registered in North Carolina on rules and regulations requiring OBD II testing. DMV Certifications will be processed upon full tuition payment. 1 HOUR LUNCH

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LOCATION JH 1104 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) JH 1104 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) JH 1104 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) JH 1104 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS)

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CPCC’s Center for Sustainability recognizes that environmental sustainability contributes to the overall well-being of the surrounding community, and that as Charlotte grows, it will become increasingly more important for each of us to do our part and choose “green.” The College’s Center for Sustainability courses teach you how to be more environmentally friendly and reduce your carbon footprint, while connecting \RX WR KLJKGHPDQG FDUHHUV LQ VXFK ¿HOGV DV VXVWDLQDEOH WHFKQRORJLHV CPCC offers classes throughout various programs that strive to raise awareness of these important environmental trends. Areas of study for fall 2009 include: Sustainable Energy ENV 7200: Photovoltaic Function, Design and Installation ENV 7135: Environmental Biodiesel Sustainable Homes ENV 7100: What’s Your Carbon Footprint ENV 7101: Creating a Backyard Wildlife Habitat ENV 7104: Consumer’s Guide to Buying and Building a Green Home ENV 7106: Ways to Live Greener at Home ENV 7102: Practical “Green” for Realtors ENV 7103: Greening the Home Step-By-Step On A Budget ENV 7107: Home Energy Audit Sustainable Gardens GDN 7050: Planning Your Own Home Landscape Design GDN 8050: Organic Gardening for the Fall & Winter Seasons GDN 8054: Composting Workshop TRF 130: Native Flora HOR 166: Soil and Fertilizers Green Building GRN 7000: Green Building and Remodeling GRN 7100: Home Weatherization CIX 7014: The House as a System Sustainable City WWT 7002: Wastewater Treatment 3 & 4 Whether you are a working professional or homeowner wanting to learn more environmentally friendly practices, CPCC can help you make a difference today.

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Career Readiness Certificate CAREER READINESS CERTIFICATION SKILLS GAP TRAINING CRC7000 HOURS: 65.0 $30.00 The Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) courses prepares students to pass the North Carolina CRC assessmnets at a base level of Bronze. Students may wish to continue training in order to achieve Silver or Gold status. Students that pass the assessments at the Bronze, Silver or Gold level will receive a certificate signed by the Govornor of North Carolina. PH.CODE SEC (41856) 01 (41855) 02 (41854) 03 (41857) 04

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Center for Sustainability NCSI SAFETY RECERTIFICATION AUX8425 HOURS: 8.0 $70.00 This course recertifies current inspector-mechanics on changes in safety, when inspecting vehicles registered in North Carolina. DMV Certifications will be processed upon full tuition payment. 1 HOUR LUNCH

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LOCATION JH 1104 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) JH 1104 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) JH 1104 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) JH 1104 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) JH 1104 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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DATES REFUND 8/21-8/21 SS 9/3-9/3 SS 9/18-9/18 SS 10/1-10/1 SS 10/16-10/16 SS 10/29-10/29 SS 11/13-11/13 SS 11/25-11/25 SS 12/8-12/8 SS

NC SAFETY INSPECTION INITIAL INSPECTION AUX8825 HOURS: 8.0 $70.00 This course trains technicians to inspect vehicles registered in North Carolina on rules and regulations requiring safety inspection. DMV Certifications will be processed upon full tuition payment. 1 HOUR LUNCH

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LOCATION JH 1104 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) JH 1104 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) JH 1104 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) JH 1104 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS)

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Consumer Education WHAT’S YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT? ENV7100 HOURS: 4.0 $20.00 As the scientific community now agrees that global warming is taking place, the question arises as to what impact humans are having on this environmental change and the increase of CO2 levels in the earth’s atmosphere. Our “carbon footprint” is a measurable indication of our personal impact. The average consumer today may be overwhelmed with information but unsure as to how their personal choices contribute to the equation. This class will offer general discussions on CO2, the human factor, and how our daily choices directly and indirectly affect the environment. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41844) 01 LV 2150 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

CERTIFIED BANK TELLER PROGRAM CBX8020 HOURS: 78.0 $175.00 The Bank Teller program is designed for individuals seeking entry level teller positions or for those new to the financial services industry who want to demonstrate they have met the minimum standards for today’s teller positions. Topics include: Today’s Teller, Banking Today, Business Etiquette, Dealing Effectively with Co-Workers, Effective Referrals, Ethical Issues for Bankers, Introduction to Relationship Selling, Regulatory Compliance and Revitalizing Customer Service. Our accelerated program includes eight of the nine courses required to sit for the Certified Bank Teller Exam, administered by the Institute of Certified Bankers (ICB).(For successful employment, we recommend that ESL students take the ESP: Bank Teller course prior to taking CBX 8020)

TIME 06:00P-08:00P

DATES REFUND 10/6-10/8 SS

CREATING A WILDLIFE HABITAT IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD ENV7101 HOURS: 4.0 $20.00 Participants will learn how to provide the four elements of a wildlife habitat, food, water, shelter and places to raise young, using a variety of manmade and natural products. Topics covered include sustainable gardening, planting with native plants, soil and water stewardship, reducing lawn size and reducing chemical usage. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41845) 01 LV 2150 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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DATES REFUND 9/22-9/24 SS

GREENING THE HOME STEP-BY-STEP ON A BUDGET ENV7103 HOURS: 12.0 $60.00 Greening the Home teaches the student how to make cost effective, eco-friendly choices to improve the quality of the home environment. Students will be able to create a step-by-step plan within a budget for continuing this greening process in their own homes. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41846) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS)

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CONSUMER’S GUIDE TO BUILDING A GREEN HOME ENV7104 HOURS: 8.0 $60.00 There are many things you can do as an individual and as a family, when planning a new Green home, which will make an impact in reducing your new homes carbon footprint. The actual construction of homes tends to require a lot of energy and resources. By pre-planning the necessary steps in the process, typically at minimal to no cost beginning in the design stage, a homeowner can gain significant benefits to the 3 P’s: People, Planet and Pocketbook. Start by getting your family on board with the idea, then your design and building team and the transition will be a lot easier and much more fun. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41932) 01 KR 311 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TTH

TIME 06:00P-08:00P

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PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42428) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26.

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PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (41973) 01 AT 300 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) MTWTHF 09:00A-05:00P 10/19-10/23 SS 1 HOUR LUNCH. LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED.

Visit our online library of courses that can be tailored to your business model at www.trainingmatrix.com/cpcc.

Contact a Corporate Learning Advisor at 704.330.4660 or via email at corporate.training@cpcc.edu. WAYS TO LIVE GREENER AT HOME ENV7106 HOURS: 12.0 $60.00 Participants will learn about energy effieciency and effective ways to lessen impact on our environment, beginning with our own homes. We will address recycling beyond paper and plastic, saving energy at home through new technologies, ways to remodel homes to save energy and money, and what to look for in a contractor. We will discuss tax incentives available, different organizations that promote green living and building such as the LEED rating system, Energy-Star and others. Discussion will include what we need to do in our communities to update neighborhood association by-laws to allow some of these more efficient systems. DAY(S) MW S

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HOME ENERGY AUDITS ENV7107 HOURS: 3.0 $45.00 You can easily conduct a home energy audit yourself. With a simple but diligent walk-through, you can spot many problems in any type of house. This class will teach you how and give you the tools you need. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41849) 01 CH 301 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) S

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Professional Education PRACTICAL “GREEN” FOR REALTORS ENV7102 HOURS: 4.0 $75.00 Green 101 for Realtors teaches students how to understand sustainability in homes, to recognize green features, to give clients information on green mortgages and to understand costs savings in tax breaks, rebates and incentives. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41847) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS)

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TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS OF PHOTOVOLTAICS ENV7200 HOURS: 35.0 $749.00 Upon completion of this course the students shall understand the detailed functionality of Photovoltaic system components, and all common PV systems from straight water pumping to stand alone battery based systems, and grid tie PV with and without batteries. Students will be able to design and size these systems. They will see what is involved with interconnection to the utility. This course prepares students to enter the workforce as a valuable resource to a company. This class prepares students to take the NABCEP (North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners) Entry Level Certificate of Knowledge Exam.

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ENVIRONMENTAL BIODIESEL ENV7135 HOURS: 30.0 $120.00 This course teaches the fundamentals of BioDiesel, students will learn to understand BioDiesel Chemistry, production of quality BioDiesel Fuel, commercial, agriculture and BioFuels. The students will learn to understand the Diesel Technology.

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WASTEWATER TREATMENT CERTIFICATION LEVEL III & IV WWT7003 HOURS: 60.0 $175.00 The course is designed to provide the individual with a general knowledge of the operation of wastewater treatment systems. The course will provide the individual with the knowledge of the laws and regulations related to wastewater treatment systems operations, and equipment usually employed in such plants, and the ability to describe the general maintenance requirements for such equipment. This course is designed to assist the individual in preparation for the North Carolina Water Pollution Control Systems Operators Certification Commission Examination. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41972) 01 (S. CREEKWASTETREATMENT) MW CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 10/12.

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Charlotte Cooks ProChef Boot Camp SERVSAFE ESSENTIALS (SPANISH) CKG8602 HOURS: 16.0 $95.00 Usted aprendera conocimientos estandares a nivel industrial para manejar de forma segura los alimentos. El programa ServSafe provee informacion exacta y actualizada a todos los empleados que trabajan con alimentos, desde recibimiento del producto, almacenamiento, preparacion y venta al publico. LLame hoy al CPCC e inscribase en la clase ofrecida para TODO el publico intersado. El libro tiene que tener una pagina para responder el examen. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42299) 20 H2 2136 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MT 30 MINUTE LUNCH

TIME DATES REFUND 08:30A-05:00P 11/16-11/17 SS

BASICS OF CATERING AND EVENT MANAGEMENT CUL7500 HOURS: 39.0 $325.00 Plan. Organize. Execute. With this course on the basics of catering and event management, you will have the critical tools you need to plan, establish, and manage a profitable catering business. In addition to lecture, discussion, and demonstration, you will also attend a professional meeting of the National Association of Catering Executives and take learning field trips. EARN 3.9 CEU’S (EDUCATIONAL CREDIT) FROM THE AMERICAN CULINARY FEDERATION.

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DATES REFUND 9/16-9/16 SS

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 BECOME A PROFESSIONAL PERSONAL CHEF CUL7600 HOURS: 24.0 $295.00 Turn your culinary skills into a new business opportunity as you learn the basics of becoming a personal chef. This class will give you the skills needed to provide a hungry customer healthy and nutritous dinners that will be enjoyed in the comforts of their own home. As you learn more about this growing industry, you’ll conclude with tips and techniques for success in business planning, financing, and marketing, plus learn to plan a successful formal dinner party for a large group. EARN 2.4 CEU’S EDUCATIONAL CREDIT FROM AMERICAN CULINARY FEDERATION.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42330) 01 CA 100 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TTH

TIME DATES REFUND 06:30P-08:30P 10/27-12/8 SS

SERVSAFE ESSENTIALS CUL8600 HOURS: 16.0 $95.00 You will gain knowledge from the industry standard in food safety training. The ServSafe program provides accurate, up-to-date information for all levels of employees on all aspects of handling food, from receiving and storing to preparing and serving. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED. PURCHASE SERVSAFE ESSENTIALS TEXTBOOK WITH EXAM ANSWER SHEET PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42301) 20 H1 2112 (HARRIS CAMPUS) 30 MINUTE LUNCH

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AutoCAD As private and public organizations increase their focus on “green” construction, professionals equipped with AutoCAD (computer-aided design) experience will be in high demand. If you have a flair for combining creativity with technical expertise, CPCC’s AutoCAD courses may be the perfect fit for you. Enroll in any of the following courses:

CAD7012 – CAD Level I (begins August 17 and September 14) CAD7110 – Architecture (begins August 24) CAD7116 – Autodesk VIZ (begins October 5) CAD7014 – 3D Drawing and Modeling (begins November 2)

For more information or to register call 704.330.4223. AUTOCAD 3D DRAWING AND MODELING CAD7014 HOURS: 24.0 $589.00 The course gives a thorough grounding in 3D fundamentals and explores the main features of AutoCAD’s advanced 3D workspace. This class covers such topics as 3D viewing techniques, working with 3D coordinates, 2D objects in 3D space, creating and modifying 3D solids, and rendering the model. MUST REGISTER NO LATER THAN ONE WEEK PRIOR TO CLASS TO ALLOW FOR ORDERING BOOKS. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS.

Computer Training

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41905) 40 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

AutoCAD AUTOCAD LEVEL 1 CAD7012 HOURS: 40.0 $899.00 Upon completion of AutoCAD Level 1, the student will be able to create a basic 2D drawing using drawing and editing tools, organize drawing objects on layers, add text and basic dimensions, and prepare to plot. MUST REGISTER NO LATER THAN ONE WEEK PRIOR TO CLASS TO ALLOW FOR ORDERING BOOKS. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME (41865) 40 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS) MW 06:00P-10:00P CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7 (41904) 20 H2 2123 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MTWTHF 08:00A-05:00P 1 HOUR LUNCH

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AUTOCAD LEVEL 2 CAD7013 HOURS: 32.0 $759.00 This course is for students comfortable with the basics of creating an AutoCAD drawing, as taught in AutoCAD Level 1. This course focuses on: using efficiency tools including grips and advanced object selection, drawing with complex objects including polylines, regions and advanced text objects, defining blocks and attributes, using external reference files and image files, using layouts and advanced plotting features, using sheet sets, and enhancing productivity with simple customization of AutoCAD. MUST REGISTER NO LATER THAN ONE WEEK PRIOR TO CLASS TO ALLOW FOR ORDERING BOOKS. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41906) 40 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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AUTOCAD ARCHITECTURE CAD7110 HOURS: 32.0 $839.00 AutoCAD Architecture is a course designed specifically for architects and gives them the tools for architectural drawings and design. Students gain the benefit of automation of tedious drafting tasks, better coordination with other design professionals, and the flexibility of working in the familiar AutoCAD environment. The user interface for AutoCAD architecture will be familiar to AutoCAD users with features and improvements designed specifically for architects. MUST REGISTER NO LATER THAN ONE WEEK PRIOR TO CLASS TO ALLOW FOR ORDERING BOOKS.TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41860) 20 H2 2123 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MTWTH 1 HOUR LUNCH

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AUTOCAD VIZ CAD7116 HOURS: 24.0 $759.00 Autodesk VIZ is one of the most sophisticated and powerful visualization tools in its class. With VIZ, it’s easier than ever to create your dream. Users learn to create photorealistic 3D renderings and animated 3D imagery. MUST REGISTER NO LATER THAN ONE WEEK PRIOR TO CLASS TO ALLOW FOR ORDERING BOOKS. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41862) 20 H2 2123 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MTW 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME 08:00A-05:00P

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TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-10:00P 10/5-10/28 SS

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INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS SNR7000 HOURS: 6.0 $49.00 Overcome your fears of technology by exploring the exciting world of computers. This is a hands-on course that offers simplified instruction on computers. If you have no computer experience, this class is strongly recommended as a prerequisite to Introduction to PC and Windows. NO TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED FOR THIS CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41880) 40 LV 2107 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (41884) 41 LV 2107 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

Do you need a better system for organizing and reporting your business’s numbers? If so, CPCC’s business technology courses can help. We’ll teach you how to build lists, organize data, create formulas, generate reports, operate Microsoft Excel and more. Learn how to use today’s current technologies to make smart business decisions by enrolling in one of the following programs:

DPX7001 – How to Buy and Sell on eBay (begins September 14) DPT7150 – Business Intelligence with Excel (begins September 29) DPT7009 – Crystal Reports, Level I (begins October 13)

Basic Computer Skills KEYBOARDING DPX7000 HOURS: 18.0 $99.00 Learn to type the easy way! No more hunt and peck, two finger typing. Whether you’re a beginner or a typing master, you can benefit from this class. Beginners are guided by animated hands to learn the keys while typing experts learn how to become the masters of speed typing. All classes are held in a computer classroom. NO TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED FOR THIS CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41921) 40 LV 2107 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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INTRODUCTION TO THE PERSONAL COMPUTER AND MS WINDOWS DPX7414 HOURS: 15.0 $89.00 This introductory course is perfect for the PC novice as well as those with computer experience. The course content includes basic computer terms, parts of the computer, uses of application software and Windows. In Windows you will learn how to manage your applications software, your desktop and your files. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS. NO PREREQUISITE

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PROTECTING YOUR COMPUTER FROM MALWARE DPT8204 HOURS: 1.0 FREE With SPAM, viruses and worms and Trojan horses constantly in the news, what steps do you need to take to lessen the probability that you’ll be one of the many affected? Students will learn that there are a few simple, easy steps that you can take to make your computing experience an enjoyable one. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42495) 500 LV 2150 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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E-MAILING FOR BEGINNERS SNR7015 HOURS: 6.0 $49.00 Do you have an email address? Are you using all the available functions of your email account to its maximum benefit? If not, then this class can help you! Learn how to create a Yahoo or Hotmail account, send email messages, attach documents, download graphics and photos, and manage your contact list. This class is designed for the beginner and will not cover email specifics of a particular software. PLEASE BRING THE NAME OF YOUR EMAIL PROVIDER AND YOUR PASSWORD TO CLASS. TEXTBOOK NOT REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41883) 40 LV 2107 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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DATES REFUND 9/19-9/26 SS

Business Technology CRYSTAL REPORTS, LEVEL I DPT7009 HOURS: 14.0 $399.00 Learn how to build lists and group reports that will work with almost any database. Locate and present data in a specified order, create groups to summarize data and build formulas to add additional data and display that data differently. Lastly, learn how to format, enhance, and distribute report data. PREREQUISITES: INTRO TO PC AND WINDOWS AND ACCESS LEVEL I OR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41908) 40 LV 2111 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE WITH EXCEL DPT7150 HOURS: 18.0 $399.00 Extract and analyze mission-critical data using Microsoft Office 2007. This course is a practical guide to the powerful new collaborative Business Intelligence tools available in Office 2007. Using real world examples and clear explanations, the student will learn to use Excel, Excel Services, with an introduction to SharePoint and PerformancePoint, using a wide range of stand- alone and external data in today’s networked office. The student will also learn how to analyze and generate reports, scoreboards, and dashboards with the Office tools they’re already using to help them in their everyday work. PREREQUISITE: EQUIVALENT OF INTERMEDIATE EXCEL EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41861) 40 LV 2106 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-09:00P 9/29-10/15 SS

HOW TO BUY AND SELL ON EBAY DPX7001 HOURS: 15.0 $149.00 Learn the proper procedures of buying and selling on eBay, including registration, buying, selling and researching to determine value. Class will be held in a computer lab with Internet access. PREREQUISITE: INTRO TO PC AND WINDOWS OR EQUIVALENT KNOWLEDGE AND INTERNET EXPERIENCE. SUPPLEMENTAL TEXTBOOK CAN BE PURCHASED IN CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41863) 20 H1 2239 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MW

TIME 06:00P-09:00P

DATES REFUND 9/14-9/28 SS

Digital Lifestyle LEARNING TO USE YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA MMG7944 HOURS: 12.0 $139.00 So, you just got a new digital camera! Now what? Has this little photographic wonder started collecting dust in the closet because you don’t know how to use it? As amazing as these little devices can be, they can also be quite intimidating. Get a crash course on the basics of using your digital camera. Learn everything from taking pictures to storing images to sharing photos; learn how to use the zoom, flash and shutter buttons as well as the different modes of your camera lens. BRING YOUR CAMERA TO CLASS. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41922) 40 LV 1206 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

Registration Options: CPCC Campuses • Online: www.cpcc.edu/cce Automated Telephone: 704.330.6970 • Customer Service: 704.330.4223

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Graphics and Publishing ADOBE INDESIGN - INTRODUCTION MMG7930 HOURS: 14.0 $269.00 Geared toward graphic designers and publishing professionals using the Adobe Creative Suite, this course gives step-by-step lessons in Adobe’s InDesign fundamentals plus plenty of tips and techniques to make your work process smarter and easier. After setting up your basic layout, you will learn ways to enhance your document with many creative elements including special text effects, color gradients, and various styles. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41882) 40 LV 2106 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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DATES REFUND 9/10-9/11 SS

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR - INTRODUCTION MMG7940 HOURS: 14.0 $269.00 Students will be introduced to the Adobe Illustrator work area, learn how to make selections, create basic shapes, paint and draw straight lines, draw curves, trace over fixed images, create symmetrical drawings, work with type, and work with layers. PREREQUISITE: INTRO TO PC AND WINDOWS OR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41910) 40 LV 1206 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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DATES REFUND 10/8-10/9 SS

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR - ADVANCED MMG7941 HOURS: 14.0 $269.00 Geared toward graphic designers, this course will cover more advanced topics in Adobe Illustrator. You will learn tips and techniques for working with blends, both shape and color, creating gradients, and compiling your own custom color palettes. Learn how to design your own symbols, patterns and brushes and save them for later use. Apply more styles and effects and explore spot colors and printing options for your best outcomes. PREREQUISITE: ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR INTRO OR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41896) 40 LV 1206 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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ADOBE PHOTOSHOP - INTRODUCTION MMG7950 HOURS: 14.0 $269.00 This hands-on, beginner-level class is designed to deliver the fundamentals of Photoshop. Photoshop terminology and workspace will be covered, along with file browser, basic photo correction, selection, layers, masks and channels, photo retouching and repairing, painting and editing, vector masks, paths, and shapes. PREREQUISITE: INTRO TO PC AND WINDOWS OR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41891) 40 LV 1206 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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ADOBE PHOTOSHOP-ADVANCED MMG7955 HOURS: 14.0 $269.00 This class is intended for intermediate to advanced users of Photoshop. This hands-on, project-based course will help you create realistic and fantastic effects, ranging from altering photographs to liquid painting. Topics will include: applying translucency, abstract and still life painting, liquid painting, lenticular printing, developing seamless patterns, and advanced image manipulation techniques. Web techniques may also be discussed if time permits. PREREQUISITE: INTRODUCTION TO ADOBE PHOTOSHOP OR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41894) 40 LV 1206 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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DATES REFUND 11/5-11/6 SS

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS: LEVEL I MMG7952 HOURS: 9.0 $159.00 This introductory course will cover the basics of the popular Adobe Photoshop Elements software. Students will learn how to enhance their photos by using powerful editing tools. Photo organization will also be covered along with learning how to print and share photos. PREREQUISITE: INTRO TO PC AND WINDOWS OR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41912) 40 LV 1206 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (41892) 41 CJ 137 (NORTH CAMPUS)

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ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS: LEVEL II MMG7953 HOURS: 9.0 $159.00 This course will cover more advanced applications of the popular Adobe Photoshop Elements software. Students will learn how to use advanced selection and layer techniques as well as how to apply painting effects to photos. Advanced photo printing and archiving will also be discussed. PREREQUISITE: PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS:LEVEL I OR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41897) 40 LV 1206 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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MS Office Applications MICROSOFT OFFICE - INTRODUCTION DPX7400 HOURS: 30.0 $179.00 This class is an overview and an introduction to the basic components of Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint. This course is designed for students needing basic level skills in each application. PREREQUISITE: INTRO TO PC AND WINDOWS. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41914) 40 LV 2107 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (41886) 50 CJ 137 (NORTH CAMPUS)

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MICROSOFT WORD - INTRODUCTION DPX7404 HOURS: 18.0 $109.00 In this class students will learn how to create, edit, format, save and print documents. Students will also learn to work with built in editing tools, use built in templates, insert headers and footers, and apply paragraph formatting. PREREQUISITE: INTRO TO PC AND WINDOWS. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41870) 40 CJ 137 (NORTH CAMPUS) TTH (41889) 20 H2 2123 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MW

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-09:00P 9/22-10/8 SS 06:00P-09:00P 10/5-10/21 SS

MICROSOFT WORD - ADVANCED DPX7405 HOURS: 18.0 $109.00 In this class students will learn to work with columns, create and format tables, use mail merge, incorporate graphics, design an online form, add a table of contents, create templates, record Macros and understand the Internet features of Word. PREREQUISITE: INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT WORD. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41877) 40 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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MICROSOFT EXCEL - INTRODUCTION DPX7406 HOURS: 18.0 $109.00 Students will learn how to create, save, edit, format, and print spreadsheets. In addition, students will learn how to build simple formulas and insert them into spreadsheets. PREREQUISITE: INTRO TO PC AND WINDOWS. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41887) 50 CJ 137 (NORTH CAMPUS) (41874) 40 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-09:00P 10/5-10/21 SS 09:00A-12:00P 10/12-10/28 SS

MICROSOFT EXCEL - ADVANCED DPX7407 HOURS: 18.0 $109.00 In this class students will learn how to design charts, use the drawing tools, manage data using sorts and filters, create pivot tables, design templates, use analysis tools, record Macros, and understand the Internet features of Excel. PREREQUISITE: INTRODUCTION TO MS EXCEL. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41920) 40 LV 2107 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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DATES REFUND 11/3-11/19 SS

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT - INTRODUCTION DPX7408 HOURS: 18.0 $109.00 In this class students will create, edit, format, save and print presentations using MS PowerPoint. Students will also learn how to change the Slide Master, create charts, add Word Art, work with Drawing Tools and use Clip Art to enhance presentations. Lastly, students will learn how to create slide transitions, run a slide show, and understand the internet features of PowerPoint. PREREQUISITE: WINDOWS EXPERIENCE. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41917) 40 LV 2107 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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TIME DATES REFUND 09:00A-12:00P 10/6-10/22 SS

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 MICROSOFT ACCESS - INTRODUCTION DPX7409 HOURS: 18.0 $109.00 In this class, students will create tables, set relationships, query tables, and design simple forms and reports using Wizards.

MICROSOFT EXCEL, LEVEL II DPT8015 HOURS: 7.0 $169.00 In this course students will learn how to use Microsoft Excel to streamline and enhance their spreadsheets with templates, charts graphs, and formulas.

PREREQUISITES: INTRO TO PC AND WINDOWS AND INTRO TO MICROSOFT WORD. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS. PREREQUISITE: EXCEL LEVEL I. 1 HOUR LUNCH.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41918) 40 LV 2107 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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One-Day Classes MICROSOFT PROJECT, LEVEL I DPT7440 HOURS: 7.0 $169.00 Students will learn how to use Microsoft Project to assist with their project planning. This includes identifying the steps involved in project planning, planning a project, linking tasks effectively and working with time constraints, assigning resources and their work schedules to tasks, and resolving time and resource conflicts. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS. PREREQUISITE: INTRO TO PC AND WINDOWS OR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41875) 40 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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PERSONAL COMPUTER TRAINING WITH WINDOWS DPT8002 HOURS: 7.0 $169.00 Students will learn fundamental PC concepts and terminology; use Explorer to manage files and folders; use WordPad and Paint; customize the desktop, and access the Internet. NO PREREQUISITES. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41866) 40 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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MICROSOFT WORD, LEVEL I DPT8009 HOURS: 7.0 $169.00 Learn how to create, edit, save and close documents; apply and remove character and paragraph formatting; manipulate text, tabs and margins; add/remove page breaks; create headers and footers; and how to save your document as a web page. PREREQUISITE: PC TRAINING WITH WINDOWS OR EQUIVALENT KNOWLEDGE. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41867) 40 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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MICROSOFT WORD, LEVEL II DPT8010 HOURS: 7.0 $169.00 In this course, students will learn how to add customized lists, tables, charts, and graphics to their Word documents. In addition, students will learn how to create macros and other personalized efficiency tools as well as how to perform mail merges. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS. PREREQUISITE: WORD LEVEL I OR EQUIVALENT KNOWLEDGE.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41871) 40 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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MICROSOFT WORD, LEVEL III DPT8030 HOURS: 7.0 $169.00 In this course, students will learn how to use Microsoft Word to create, manage, revise and distribute long documents, forms, and Web pages. Using Word with other programs such as Excel will also be covered. PREREQUISITE: WORD LEVEL II OR EQUIVALENT KNOWLEDGE. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41900) 40 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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MICROSOFT EXCEL, LEVEL I DPT8014 HOURS: 7.0 $169.00 Students will learn how to create a basic spreadsheet by entering text, values and formulas; creating formulas by using built-in functions, manipulating data, drag and drop editing; saving, printing and spell-checking a spreadsheet; and using formatting techniques. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS. PREREQUISITE: PC TRAINING WITH WINDOWS OR EQUIVALENT KNOWLEDGE. 1 HOUR LUNCH.

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MICROSOFT EXCEL, LEVEL III DPT8035 HOURS: 7.0 $169.00 Students will learn how to automate some common tasks in Excel, apply advanced analysis techniques to more complex data sets, collaborate on worksheets with others, and share Excel data with other applications. PREREQUISITE: EXCEL LEVEL II OR EQUIVALENT KNOWLEDGE. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41876) 40 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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MICROSOFT ACCESS, LEVEL I DPT8019 HOURS: 7.0 $169.00 An introduction to the concepts and terminology of databases. Students will learn how to design and create tables; enter and manipulate data in tables; use queries; create forms and reports; and perform basic database maintenance procedures. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS. PREREQUISITE: PC TRAINING WITH WINDOWS OR EQUIVALENT KNOWLEDGE.

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MICROSOFT ACCESS, LEVEL II DPT8039 HOURS: 7.0 $169.00 In this course students will learn how to design and create a new Access database, how to improve queries, forms and reports; and how to share Access data with other applications. Microsoft Office 2007 version. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS. PREREQUISITE: ACCESS LEVEL I OR EQUIVALENT KNOWLEDGE.

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MICROSOFT ACCESS, LEVEL III DPT8040 HOURS: 7.0 $169.00 In this class, students will learn some of the more specialized and advanced capabilities of Microsoft Access including writing complex queries and creating macros. In addition, students will learn how to make more effective forms and reports and improve data efficiency and integrity within a database. PREREQUISITE: ACCESS, LEVEL II OR EQUIVALENT KNOWLEDGE. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41901) 40 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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TIME 08:30A-04:30P

DATES REFUND 11/5-11/5 SS

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT LEVEL I DPT8023 HOURS: 7.0 $169.00 Students will learn on-screen features; how to create, edit and navigate through a presentation; incorporate clip art & word art; create & enhance organization charts; use MS Graph & slide master; run a slide show; add notes; and save as a web page. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41899) 40 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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TIME DATES REFUND 08:30A-04:30P 11/12-11/12 SS

MICROSOFT OUTLOOK, LEVEL I DPT8112 HOURS: 7.0 $169.00 In this course, you will learn the basics of using Microsoft Outlook as a communications tool. You will send and receive mail messages, use a calendar to schedule appointments, and coordinate business meetings with multiple participants. You will also keep track of personal and business contacts, and create task lists and notes to remind you of things that need to be done. PREREQUISITE: PC TRAINING WITH WINDOWS OR EQUIVALENT KNOWLEDGE. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41878) 40 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009

Oracle Certification Prep

CENTRAL C E N T R A L PIEDMONT P I E D M O N T COMMUNITY C O M M U N I T Y COLLEGE COLLEGE

ORACLE 10G: INTRODUCTION TO SQL DPT7976 HOURS: 40.0 $1495.00 This course introduces Oracle Database 10g technology and the relational database concepts of the powerful SQL programming language. This course will provide students with the essential SQL skills of querying the database, the metadata and creating database objects. In addition, the course also delves into advanced querying and reporting techniques, data warehousing concepts and manipulating large data sets in different time zones. MUST REGISTER NO LATER THAN ONE WEEK PRIOR TO CLASS TO ALLOW FOR ORDERING BOOKS. TEXTBOOKS PROVIDED IN CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41907) 40 LV 2111 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

DAY(S) MW

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-10:00P 9/14-10/14 SS

ORACLE 10G: ADMINISTRATION WORKSHOP I DPT7977 HOURS: 40.0 $1495.00 This course is designed to give students a firm foundation in basic database administration. Learn how to install and maintain an Oracle database while gaining a conceptual understanding of the Oracle database architecture and how its components work and interact with one another. Students will create an operational database and properly manage the various structures in an effective and efficient manner including performance monitoring, database security, user management, and backup/recovery techniques. This course is designed to prepare you for the corresponding Oracle Certified Associate exam. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS.PREREQUISITE: ORACLE 10G: INTRO TO SQL.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41909) 40 LV 2111 (LEVINE CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/25

DAY(S) MW

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-10:00P 10/26-11/30 SS

Web Development HTML 4.01: WEB AUTHORING, LEVEL 1 MMG7965 HOURS: 8.0 $199.00 Students will learn how to use good HTML coding practices to create Web pages that work and will continue to work in the ever-changing world of Web development. Students will learn concepts and perform tasks that include creating Web pages (writing tags, creating paragraphs, using images), structuring Web content (headers, lists, lines), linking Web pages, formatting text, and creating tables. PREREQUISITES: INTRO TO PC AND WINDOWS AND EXPERIENCE USING THE INTERNET. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41881) 40 LV 2106 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

DAY(S) TTH

TIME 06:00P-10:00P

DATES REFUND 8/25-8/27 SS

DREAMWEAVER CS3 - INTRODUCTION MMG7969 HOURS: 8.0 $249.00 Learn how to create web pages and organize entire websites using Dreamweaver. This is an entry level class that covers the Dreamweaver environment, defining a site, organizing files and folders, creating templates, lists, images, tables, links, fragments, accessibility and uploading files to a website. PREREQUISITES: WINDOWS EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE OF HTML HELPFUL. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO THE START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41902) 40 LV 1206 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (41885) 42 LV 1206 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (41893) 41 LV 2106 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-10:00P 9/21-9/23 SS 06:00P-10:00P 10/20-10/22 SS 08:00A-05:00P 10/24-10/24 SS

DREAMWEAVER CS3 - ADVANCED MMG7983 HOURS: 12.0 $299.00 Students will learn to use the advanced website creation features available, including rollovers, navigation bars, libraries, meta tags, CSS, layers, history, XML and forms. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS. PREREQUISITES: INTRODUCTION TO DREAMWEAVER.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41974) 40 LV 1206 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (41895) 41 LV 1206 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

DAY(S) TTH MW

TIME 06:00P-10:00P 06:00P-10:00P

DATES REFUND 9/1-9/8 SS 11/9-11/16 SS

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TToo register, register, call call 704.330.4223. 704.330.4223. MACROMEDIA FLASH - INTRODUCTION MMG7979 HOURS: 8.0 $199.00 Students will learn to use Flash to create animations that can be published on the Web or as stand-alone files. Students will work with imported graphics, incorporate text, and create several types of animations. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED IN CLASS. PREREQUISITES: WINDOWS EXPERIENCE AND FRONTPAGE OR DREAMWEAVER.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41890) 40 LV 1206 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

DAY(S) MW

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-10:00P 10/12-10/14 SS

Solid Modeling SOLID MODELING LEVEL 1 SOM7111 HOURS: 40.0 $849.00 Solid Modeling 1 teaches the students how to use parametric modeling software to build 3-D models of parts and transfer those into the manufacturing drawings. The studens will be able to use sketching, modeling, pattern, revolving and editing tools for real life 3-D solid modeling applications. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41734) 01 AT 202 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) F 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME 08:00A-05:00P

DATES REFUND 8/21-9/18 SS

SOLID MODELING LEVEL 2 SOM7112 HOURS: 16.0 $329.00 Solid Modeling Level 2 teaches the students how to use parametric modeling software to build 3-D assemby models. The students will be able to use assembly and editing tools for real life 3-D solid modeling applications. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41735) 01 AT 202 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) F 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-05:00P 10/30-11/6 SS

SOLID MODELING LEVEL 3 SOM7113 HOURS: 16.0 $329.00 Solid Modeling Level 3 teaches the students how to use parametric modeling software to build 3-D models of parts and transfer those into the manufacturing drawings. The students will be able to use sheet metal tools for real life 3-D modeling applications.

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PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41736) 01 AT 202 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) F 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-05:00P 11/13-11/20 SS

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 SOLID MODELING LEVEL 4 SOM7114 HOURS: 16.0 $329.00 Solid Modeling Level 4 teaches the students how to use parametric modeling software to build 3-D models of parts and transfer those into the manufacturing drawings. The students will be able to use weldments tools for real life 3-D solid modeling applications. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41733) 01 AT 202 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) F 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-05:00P 12/4-12/11 SS

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42405) 02 LV 1315 (LEVINE CAMPUS) T CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/13. (42404) 01 CH 301 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TH

Construction O.P. & W.T. Crowder Construction Institute COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF THE NC RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CODE CNT7011 HOURS: 39.0 $185.00 This course is desgined for construction supervisors and others currently working in the industry. It includes a comprehensive review of those sections of the North Carolina Residential Building Code applicable to Mecklenburg County residential construction. The class also includes a review of applicable state and local code interpretations, and Mecklenburg County’s code inspection procedures. A County Code Enforcement Official(s) will observe each class, and will conduct an inspection field trip where students will observe an actual code inspection, and have an opportunity to ask questions regarding the inspection and to discuss their concerns. TIME 01:00P-04:00P

DATES REFUND 8/19-11/11 SS

Building Contractor Licensing RESIDENTIAL BLUEPRINT READING AND ESTIMATING BPR7002 HOURS: 38.5 $120.00 A course covering the fundamentals of reading and interpreting residential blueprints and estimating the quantities of materials and labor required to construct a house. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42399) 01 KR 311 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) M CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 10/12. (42400) 02 LV 3311 (LEVINE CAMPUS) W

TIME 06:00P-09:30P

DATES REFUND 8/17-11/9 OE

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HOME CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND DETAILS CAR7101 HOURS: 38.5 $120.00 A course designed to assist the inexperienced builder to identify and evaluate information and procedures pertaining to home construction such as lot surveys, drainage, excavation & foundation construction, foundation wall, floor, wall and roof framing; appraise prefabricated walls and roof trusses, various types of duct work, heating and plumbing rough-in, electrical wiring; compare and select exterior wall coverings, plumbing-lighting-electrical fixtures and devices and hardware; evaluate the application of the construction materials and techniques. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42401) 01 KR 300 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) T (42403) 02 KR 300 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TH

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-09:30P 8/18-10/27 OE 06:00P-09:30P 8/20-10/29 OE

RESIDENTIAL CONTRACTOR’S EXAM REVIEW CAR7130 HOURS: 38.5 $120.00 This course is a review of the laws, codes, and procedures covered by the General Contractor’s License Examination for residential and light construction. This classification includes construction of all One and Two Family Dwellings covered by the NC Residential Code. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42394) 01 CH 301 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) T CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/13.

TIME 06:00P-09:30P

TIME 06:00P-09:30P

DATES REFUND 8/18-11/3 OE

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Building Codes

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42389) 15 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) W

COMMERCIAL CONTRACTOR’S EXAM REVIEW CAR7131 HOURS: 38.5 $120.00 This course is a review of the laws, codes and procedures covered by the General Contractor’s License Examination for commercial construction. This classification includes the construction of all commercial, industrial, individual, multi-family and residential construction. The financial requirements for the Commercial/Building classification are the same for the Residential classification.

DATES REFUND 8/18-11/3 OE

CARPENTRY I CIX7005 HOURS: 96.0 $175.00 This course provides construction apprentices; current craftworkers; and others with a certification of competency in basic construction knowledge. Topics covered in one semester include safety practices; construction math; blueprint reading; handtool use; power tool use; building materials, fasteners; and adhesives. Competency testing is required for area certification and will be both in written and practical form. This course is a required pre-requisite to taking any of CPCC’s Carpentry series courses. It is recommended to potential employees by the construction industry for pre-employment qualification as well as employed craftworkers as certified pre-qualification for advanced certification coursework in your craft. Those interested in becoming handy, or handier, will also find this course useful. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42406) 01 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) MW CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 10/12.

TIME 06:00P-09:00P

DATES REFUND 8/17-12/9 OE

CARPENTRY II CIX7006 HOURS: 112.0 $175.00 This course provides construction apprentices, current craftworkers and others with a certification of competency in basic floor; wall; ceiling; & roof framing. Completion of CIX 7005 Carpentry I; Wheels Of Learning Construction Core; or documented UBC Step 2 is a Prerequisite. Competency testing is required for area certification & will be both written and practical. Topics include platform floor; cantilevers; well openings; decking; snap-out; plating; detailing; metal and wood studding; RO’s; flat, vault & coffered ceilings; gable rafters and trusses, etc. Completion and certification in this course will allow trainees to pursue Carpentry III and IV Level course modules. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42407) 01 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) TTH CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/13, 11/26.

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-09:30P 8/18-12/10 OE

CARPENTRY III CIX7007 HOURS: 112.0 $175.00 This course provides construction apprentices; current craftworkers; and others with a certification of competency in several areas of advanced carpentry techniques. Completion of CIX 7006 Carpentry II; Wheels of Learning Carpentry I; or documented UBC step 3 is a pre- requisite. Competency testing is required for area certification & will be both written & practical. Topics will focus on exterior finishing operations. To include shingle roof application, cornice & siding application: vinyl siding, hardboard siding, cement board siding & shake shingle siding. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42408) 01 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) MW CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 10/12.

TIME 06:00P-09:30P

DATES REFUND 8/17-12/9 OE

PROFESSIONAL HOME INSPECTORS TRAINING CIX7013 HOURS: 112.0 $525.00 This course will provide students with sufficient information and skills so they will be prepared to perform home inspections. It will also provide the student with the knowledge for the Prelicensing Examination. Topics covered include licensing law, Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics, N.C. State Building Code for residential construction along with electrical, heating, plumbing and airconditioning systems. Also included are actual field inspections of houses with their associated written reports. There will be various guest lectures from professional Inspectors included. PREREQUISITES: CIX 7014 - THE HOUSE AS A SYSTEM.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42388) 01 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) MW 06:00P-09:00P 9/16-12/9 SS TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) S 08:00A-04:30P 9/16-12/9 CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/12. CLASS MEETS THESE SATURDAYS - 10/10, 10/24, 11/7, 11/21, 12/5. 30 MINUTE LUNCH

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 THE HOUSE AS A SYSTEM CIX7014 HOURS: 24.0 $110.00 This class is designed to cover information that will allow the student to complete a basic evaluation of a house and understand how it works as a system. Subjects covered will include Building Science; Methods of Construction; Insulation; Heating and Air Conditioning; Ventilation;Electrical; Plumbing; Building Codes; Footings and Foundations. This is designed for anyone involved in residential real estate, builders, and supervisors. It is the prerequisite course for anyone intending to take the Professional Home Inspection Course. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42387) 01 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) MW 30 MINUTE LUNCH, CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7.

TIME 06:00P-09:00P

DATES REFUND 8/17-9/14 SS

PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS. COURSE MATERIALS AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY ON BLACKBOARD.

Code Qualification CODE QUALIFICATION - LAW AND ADMINISTRATION COD7100 HOURS: 15.0 $65.00 The Law and Administration course is an overview of North Carolina’s building regulation system and is designed for the education and training of building, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and fire prevention code enforcement officials. Course participants will study the structure of the federal, state, and local governments, the history of the North Carolina State Building Code, the General Statutes relating to the Code and to code enforcement, and the enforcement responsibilities of local inspection departments. Upon completion, course participants will understand the scope of code enforcement and will be able to describe the powers and responsibilities of inspectors. In addition, with the successful completion of the Law and Administration course and others specified by the North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board, course participants will be eligible to take the State examination for inspector certification PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42008) 02 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) F TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) S 1 HOUR LUNCH

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CODE QUALIFICATION - BUILDING LEVEL I COD7101 HOURS: 48.0 $120.00 The Building Level I course is designed for the education and training of the Building Level I code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting residential and small commercial construction up to 20,000 square feet in size. Upon completion, course participants will have a better understanding of the Building Code, the Residential Code, and the Accessibility Code of the North Carolina State Building Code and will be able to apply the Codes in the inspection field. In addition, with the successful completion of the Building Level I and the Law and Administration courses in conjunction with other education and experience requirements specified by the North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board, course participants will be eligible to take the Building Level I State examination for inspector certification.

TIME 08:00A-05:00P 08:00A-04:00P

DATES REFUND 10/2-10/3 OE 10/2-10/3

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PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42037) 02 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) FSSU 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-05:00P 10/16-10/25 OE

CODE QUALIFICATION - BUILDING LEVEL III COD7103 HOURS: 40.0 $120.00 The Building Level III course is designed for the education and training of the Building Level III code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting all types of construction of unlimited size and is built upon information presented in the Building Level I and Building Level II Standard Inspection courses. Upon completion, course participants will have a better understanding of the Building Code and the Accessibility Code of the North Carolina State Building Code and will be able to apply the Code in the inspection field. In addition, with the successful completion of the Building Level III and the Law and Administration courses in conjunction with other education and experience requirements specified by the North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board, course participants will be eligible to take the Building Level III State examination for inspector certification. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS. COURSE MATERIALS AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY ON BLACKBOARD.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42038) 02 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) FSSU CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/23. 1 HOUR LUNCH

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 CODE QUALIFICATION - ELECTRICAL LEVEL I COD7104 HOURS: 40.0 $120.00 The Electrical Level I course is designed for the education and training of the Electrical Level I code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting residential and small commercial electrical installations in construction up to 20,000 square feet in size. Upon completion, course participants will have a better understanding of the Electrical Code of the North Carolina State Building Code and will be able to apply the Code in the inspection field. In addition, with the successful completion of the Electrical Level I and the Law and Administration courses in conjunction with other education and experience requirements specified by the North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board, course participants will be eligible to take the Electrical Level I State examination for inspector certification. PURCHASE ALL TEXTBOOKS PRIOR TO START OF CLASS. COURSE MATERIALS AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY ON BLACKBOARD.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42055) 02 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) FS 08:00A-05:00P 9/25-10/25 OE TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) SU 08:00A-12:00P 9/25-10/25 1 HOUR LUNCH ON FRI. & SAT. CLASS MEETS 9/25, 9/26, 9/27, 10/23, 10/24, 10/25.

CODE QUALIFICATION - PLUMBING LEVEL I COD7110 HOURS: 32.0 $120.00 The Plumbing Level I course is designed for the education and training of the Plumbing Level I code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting residential and small commercial plumbing installations in construction up to 20,000 square feet in size. Upon completion, course participants will have a better understanding of the Plumbing Code of the North Carolina State Building Code and will be able to apply the Code in the inspection field. In addition, with the successful completion of the Plumbing Level I and the Law and Administration courses in conjunction with other education and experience requirements specified by the North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board, course participants will be eligible to take the Plumbing Level I State examination for inspector certification. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS. COURSE MATERIALS AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY ON BLACKBOARD.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42023) 02 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) SSU 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-05:00P 10/17-10/25 OE

CODE QUALIFICATION -ELECTRICAL LEVEL III COD7106 HOURS: 32.0 $120.00 The Electrical Level III course is designed for the education and training of the Electrical Level III code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting electrical installations in all types of construction of unlimited size and is built upon information presented in the Electrical Level I and Electrical Level II Standard Inspection courses. Upon completion, course participants will have a better understanding of the Electrical Code of the North Carolina State Building Code and will be able to apply the Code in the inspection field. In addition, with the successful completion of the Electrical Level III and the Law and Administration courses in conjunction with other education and experience requirements specified by the North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board, course participants will be eligible to take the Electrical Level III State examination for inspector certification.

CODE QUALIFICATION - PLUMBING LEVEL III COD7112 HOURS: 16.0 $65.00 The Plumbing Level III course is designed for the education and training of the Plumbing Level III code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting plumbing installations in all types of construction of unlimited size and is built upon information presented in the Plumbing Level I and Plumbing Level II Standard Inspection courses. Upon completion, course participants will have a better understanding of the Plumbing Code of the North Carolina State Building Code and will be able to apply the Code in the inspection field. In addition, with the successful completion of the Plumbing Level III and the Law and Administration courses in conjunction with other education and experience requirements specified by the North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board, course participants will be eligible to take the Plumbing Level III State examination for inspector certification.

PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS. COURSE MATERIALS AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY ON BLACKBOARD.

PURCHASE TEXTBOOKS PRIOR TO START OF CLASS. COURSE MATERIALS AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY ON BLACKBOARD.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42040) 02 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) FS 08:00A-05:00P 10/16-10/31 OE CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/23, 10/24. 1 HOUR LUNCH

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42050) 02 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) SSU 1 HOUR LUNCH

CODE QUALIFICATION - MECHANICAL LEVEL I COD7107 HOURS: 32.0 $120.00 The Mechanical Level I course is designed for the education and training of the Mechanical Level I code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting residential and small commercial mechanical installations in construction up to 20,000 square feet in size. Upon completion, course participants will have a better understanding of the Mechanical Code and the Fuel Gas Code of the North Carolina State Building Code and will be able to apply the Code in the inspection field. In addition, with the successful completion of the Mechanical Level I and the Law and Administration courses in conjunction with other education and experience requirements specified by the North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board, course participants will be eligible to take the Mechanical Level I State examination for inspector certification.

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-05:00P 10/24-10/25 OE

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PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42024) 02 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) SSU 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-05:00P 10/17-10/25 OE

CODE QUALIFICATION- MECHANICAL LEVEL III COD7109 HOURS: 16.0 $65.00 The Mechanical Level III course is designed for the education and training of the Mechanical Level III code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting mechanical installations in all types of construction of unlimited size and is built upon information presented in the Mechanical Level I and Mechanical Level II Standard Inspection courses. Upon completion, course participants will have a better understanding of the Mechanical Code and the Fuel Gas Code of the North Carolina State Building Code and will be able to apply the Code in the inspection field. In addition, with the successful completion of the Mechanical Level III and the Law and Administration courses in conjunction with other education and experience requirements specified by the North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board, course participants will be eligible to take the Mechanical Level III State examination for inspector certification. PURCHASE ALL TEXTBOOKS PRIOR TO START OF CLASS. COURSE MATERIALS AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY ON BLACKBOARD.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42048) 02 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) SSU 1 HOUR LUNCH

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Construction Safety TEN HOUR OSHA CONSTRUCTION COMPLIANCE CNT7010 HOURS: 10.5 $125.00 OSHA 10-Hour Construction course provides compliance safety training to prepare all employees for the hazards found in all disciplines of construction. This course is the primary training program of the OSHA Outreach Training Program. Learn your rights & responsibilities. PH.CODE SEC (42459) 01 (42460) 02 (42461) 03

LOCATION TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS)

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TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-09:30P 8/18-8/20 SS 06:00P-09:30P 9/15-9/17 SS 06:00P-09:30P 10/20-10/22 SS

30 HOUR OSHA CONSTRUCTION TRAINING CNT7021 HOURS: 30.0 $395.00 This course provides compliance safety training to prepare all employees for the hazards found in construction companies. This course is the primary training program of the OSHA Outreach Training Program for those having safety responsibilities. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42390) 01 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) S TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) TTH 30 MINUTE LUNCH

TIME 08:00A-03:30P 06:00P-10:00P

DATES REFUND 9/15-9/26 SS 9/15-9/26

DIY Home Weatherization DIY HOME WEATHERIZATION GRN7100 HOURS: 8.0 $100.00 This class is designed for homeowners who want to learn how to weatherize their homes to lower energy cost. Topic include caulking, weatherstripping, insulation, ventilation, heating and air, windows and doors, and water heating. This course will be class room instruction and hands on training in the lab. LAB FEE REQUIRED

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42449) 01 HP 362 (HARPER CAMPUS) (42448) 02 HP 362 (HARPER CAMPUS)

DAY(S) S MT

TIME DATES REFUND 01:00P-05:00P 9/19-9/26 SS 05:00P-09:00P 10/12-10/13 SS

LIGHT ELECTRICAL HOM7002 HOURS: 16.0 $150.00 This class is designed for homeowners who want or need to make very light electrical repairs. Topics include safety, breaker box, light switches, outlets, ceiling fans with lights, and low-voltage lighting. This class is hands-on and tuition includes a small assortment of useful tools. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42457) 01 HP 311 (HARPER CAMPUS) 30 MINUTE LUNCH

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TIME DATES REFUND 09:00A-05:30P 10/10-10/17 SS

CERAMIC TILE INSTALLATION HOM7003 HOURS: 16.0 $150.00 This class is for homeowners who want to install or repair ceramic tile. Topics include floor preparation, tile selection, layout, installation, and replacement of damaged tiles. This class is hands-on and tuition includes a small assortment of useful tools. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42456) 01 HP 362 (HARPER CAMPUS) 30 MINUTE LUNCH

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TIME DATES REFUND 09:00A-05:30P 10/24-10/31 SS

DECK BUILDING BASICS HOM7004 HOURS: 16.0 $150.00 This class is for homeowners and craftworkers who want to build a new deck or repair an existing deck. Topics include basic deck building, building codes for wood decks, handrails, maintenance and repairs. This class is hands-on. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42455) 01 HP 362 (HARPER CAMPUS) 30 MINUTE LUNCH

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TIME DATES REFUND 09:00A-05:30P 11/14-11/21 SS

LIGHT TRIM CARPENTRY HOM7006 HOURS: 8.0 $75.00 This class is for homeowners who want to learn the basics of trim carpentry. Topics to include the cutting and installation of base board, chair rail and crown molding. This class will be hands on but will not include the use of any power tools. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42454) 01 HP 362 (HARPER CAMPUS)

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TIME 09:00A-05:30P

DATES REFUND 12/5-12/5 SS

Electrical Codes/Contractor Licensing

Masonry

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR’S EXAM REVIEW ELX7056 HOURS: 28.0 $120.00 This course reviews the National Electrical Code and Calculations for those who are preparing to take the exam to be licensed as an electrical contractor in NC.

BRICKLAYING BASICS MAS7001 HOURS: 128.0 $175.00 A course covering the fundamental techniques and practice in the building of brick walls, steps, corners, chimneys, and other brick structures. Emphasis is placed on the correct use of the mason’s trowel, level, plumb line and tape measure. Job safety and safe work habits will be covered.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42409) 01 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) M CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 10/12.

TIME 06:00P-09:30P

DATES REFUND 8/17-10/19 OE

Green Building and Remodeling NARI GREEN BUILDING AND REMODELING GRN7000 HOURS: 36.0 $140.00 This course will cover the basic principals, materials, and methods used in green building construction projects. This class is for both homeowners and professional builders and remodelers. This course is the National Association of the Remodeling Industry-NARI-Green Remodeling course and qualifies for NARI Green Certified Professional Certification continuing education. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42466) 01 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) T

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-09:00P 8/25-11/13 SS

Home Improvement WALLPAPER HANGING AND DRYWALL REPAIR HOM7001 HOURS: 8.0 $75.00 This class is for homeowners and craftworkers engaged in warranty work of existing drywall and those wanting to install wallpaper and borders. This class is hands-on and tuition includes a small assortment of useful tools. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42458) 01 HP 362 (HARPER CAMPUS) 30 MINUTE LUNCH

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PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42410) 01 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) TTH CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/13, 11/26.

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-10:00P 8/18-12/10 OE

INTRODUCTION TO BRICK MASONRY MAS7002 HOURS: 364.5 $175.00 Brick Masonry Training is an intensive program designed to teach participants the fundamental knowledge and skills necessary to enter and advance in the brick mason’s trade.Major emphasis is placed on participant’s mastery of the correct procedures, methods, & techniques utilized in laying brick & block. In addition to instruction in the correct use of equipment, materials, and tools, participants will have extensive practice in laying brick and block with individualized instruction in order to help them develop their skill proficiency and production speed. The different types and uses of concrete mixing and joints are also covered. During the final weeks of the course, participants will have the opportunity to further develop their skills. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42467) 01 HP 362 (HARPER CAMPUS) MTWTH 06:00P-10:00P 8/17-12/12 OE HP 362 (HARPER CAMPUS) S 08:00A-04:00P 8/17-12/12 30 MINUTE LUNCH CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/5, 9/7, 10/12, 10/13, 10/14, 11/26, 11/28.

DATES REFUND 9/12-9/12 SS

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Plumbing BASIC PLUMBING PLU7006 HOURS: 30.0 $150.00 This course provides an introduction to the basic methods, tools, and materials used to install plumbing pipe work and plumbing fixtures. Primary emphasis will be placed on plumbing systems for residential buildings. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42453) 01 LV 1224 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

DAY(S) S

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-01:00P 9/12-10/17 SS

BACKFLOW ASSEMBLY TESTER CERTIFICATION PLU7015 HOURS: 40.0 $120.00 This course will develop entry level skills and knowledge for backflow assembly field tester. A working knowledge of the causes and principles of backflow and backflow prevention will be demonstrated. Recognizing proper backflow prevention assembly application, installation, and operation is stressed. Record keeping and backflow program responsibilities are also covered. Student should have knowledge of hydraulic principles and laws, along with plumbing code requirements. Reading, math, and mechanical skills are also needed. 1 HOUR LUNCH

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME (42412) 01 LV 1224 (LEVINE CAMPUS) S 08:00A-05:00P LV 1224 (LEVINE CAMPUS) WTH 06:00P-10:00P (42413) 02 LV 1210 (LEVINE CAMPUS) MTWTHF 08:00A-05:00P

DATES REFUND 8/19-9/3 OE 8/19-9/3 10/5-10/9 OE

BACKFLOW PREVENTION ASSEMBLY AND TESTER RECERTIFICATION PLU7016 HOURS: 12.0 $65.00 This course will focus on reviewing the basic skills and knowledge for a backflow assembly field tester. The student must have completed a CMUD (Charlotte Mecklenburg Utility Department) approved course in cross connection control and require recertification of original certificate. 1 HOUR LUNCH

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42414) 01 LV 1208 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1210 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42415) 02 LV 1210 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1208 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42397) 03 LV 1208 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1210 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42396) 04 LV 1208 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1210 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42465) 05 LV 1210 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1208 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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TIME 08:00A-12:00P 08:00A-05:00P 08:00A-05:00P 08:00A-12:00P 08:00A-12:00P 08:00A-05:00P 08:00A-12:00P 08:00A-05:00P 08:00A-05:00P 08:00A-12:00P

DATES REFUND 11/5-11/6 OE 11/5-11/6 11/10-11/11 OE 11/10-11/11 11/19-11/20 OE 11/19-11/20 12/3-12/4 OE 12/3-12/4 12/8-12/9 OE 12/8-12/9

Plumbing - Apprenticeship RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL PLUMBING CORE PLU7010 HOURS: 72.0 $175.00 This preparatory apprenticeship training is designed to provide Plumbing Level I - Level 4 training required for journeyman plumbers. The program consists of four years of training with a minimum of 144 hours of instruction per year. Prerequisitie: Courses must be taken in sequence. This course was developed by contractors and the NC Department of Labor. Students in this program are intended to be indentured apprentices with the NC Department of Labor. THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND APPRENTICES. TEXTBOOK TO BE ORDERED BY LEVINE CAMPUS BOOKSTORE. MUST CALL CUSTOMER SERVICE AT 704-330-4223 TO REGISTER. CLASS WILL USE PLUMBING LAB 1208 ON AN AS NEEDED BASIS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (41996) 01 LV 1226 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TTH 06:00P-09:00P 8/18-11/24 OE CLASS WILL NOT MEET 8/20, 8/27, 9/3, 10/13, 10/15.

RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL PLUMBING LEVEL I, PART I PLU7017 HOURS: 72.0 $175.00 This preparatory apprenticeship training is designed to provide Plumbing Level 1 - Level 4 training required for journeymen plumbers. The program consists of four years of training with a minimum of 144 hours of instruction per year. Prerequisite: Students must complete the construction apprentice core skills course and courses must be taken in sequence. This course was developed by contractors and the NC Department of Labor. Students in this program are intended to be indentured apprentices with the NC Department of Labor THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND APPRENTICES. TEXTBOOK TO BE ORDERED BY LEVINE CAMPUS BOOKSTORE. CLASS WILL USE PLUMBING LAB 1208 ON AN AS NEEDED BASIS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42051) 01 LV 1225 (LEVINE CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7.

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TIME 06:00P-09:00P

DATES REFUND 8/17-11/9 OE

RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL PLUMBING LEVEL I, PART II PLU7018 HOURS: 72.0 $175.00 This preparatory apprenticeship training is designed to provide Plumbing Level 1 - Level 4 training required for journeymen plumbers. The program consists of four years of training with a minimum of 144 hours of instruction per year. Prerequisite: Courses must be taken in sequence. This course was developed by contractors and the NC Department of Labor. Students in this program are intended to be indentured apprentices with The NC Department of Labor. THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND APPRENTICES. TEXTBOOK TO BE ORDERED BY LEVINE CAMPUS BOOKSTORE. CLASS WILL USE PLUMBING LAB 1208 ON AN AS NEEDED BASIS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42005) 01 LV 1225 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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TIME 06:00P-09:00P

DATES REFUND 8/18-11/5 OE

RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL PLUMBING LEVEL II, PART II PLU7021 HOURS: 96.0 $175.00 This preparatory apprenticeship training is designed to provide Plumbing Level II required for journeyman plumbers. The program consists of four years of training with a minimum of 144 hours of instruction per year. Prerequisite: Students must complete the plumbing apprentice core skills course and courses must be taken in sequence. This course was developed by contractors and the NC Department of Labor. Students in this program are intended to be indentured apprentices with the NC Department of Labor. THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC AND APPRENTICES. TEXTBOOK TO BE ORDERED BY LEVINE CAMPUS BOOKSTORE. CLASS WILL USE PLUMBING LAB 1208 ON AN AS NEEDED BASIS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42003) 01 LV 1236 (LEVINE CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7.

DAY(S) MW

TIME 06:00P-09:00P

DATES REFUND 8/17-12/7 OE

Dietary Manager THERAPEUTIC NUTRITION HEA7318 HOURS: 135.0 $65.00 Content includes the basics of nutrition; nutrients, digestion, utilization of food, nutrition, needs across the life cycle, food preferences and customs, dietary guidelines, nutrition deficiency and excess and therapeutic nutrition; medical nutrition, diet modifications, patients/residents with special needs, nutritional assessment and care plans. 50 HOURS PRECEPTORSHIP WILTH AN APPROVED PRECEPTOR. HOURS MUST BE COMPLETED BY THE LAST DAY OF CLASS. THEY ARE SCHEDULED INDIVIDUALLY BY THE PRECEPTOR AND EACH STUDENT; TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42307) 20 H2 2136 (HARRIS CAMPUS) TH CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26.

TIME DATES REFUND 05:00P-10:00P 8/13-12/10 OE

Entrepreneurship SEE INSTITUTE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Financial Planning CFP® Certification Education Program INVESTMENT PLANNING CFE8003 HOURS: 36.0 $575.00 This course covers the various aspects of the principles of investments and their application to financial planning. It examines risk analysis and risk and return computations. Topics include stocks, bonds, investment companies, options and futures contracts. It also includes an extended discussion of tax issues in investing, as well as, issues in the practice of portfolio management, including strategic and tactical asset allocation. Many examples of ethical and practical issues in managing a client?s portfolio are provided. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42332) 01 H2 2126 (HARRIS CAMPUS) TTH

TIME 06:00P-09:00P

DATES REFUND 8/25-10/1 SS

INCOME TAX PLANNING CFE8004 HOURS: 36.0 $575.00 This course examines the federal income tax system with particular reference to the taxation of individuals. It covers topics such as items of gross income, exclusions from gross incomes, deductions, tax credits, capital gains and losses, taxation of life insurance and annuities, income taxation of partners, partnerships, corporations and shareholders. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42333) 01 H2 2101 (HARRIS CAMPUS) TTH

Registration Options: CPCC Campuses • Online: www.cpcc.edu/cce Automated Telephone: 704.330.6970 • Customer Service: 704.330.4223

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-09:00P 10/13-11/19 SS

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Geospatial TechnologyTraining INTRODUCTION TO ArcGIS 9.3 GIS7116 HOURS: 16.0 $296.00 ArcGIS 9.3 is a software package developed and sold by Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI). It has a long history and has been through many versions and changes. Originally developed for large mainframe computers, in the last 10 years it has metamorphosed from a system based on typed commands to a full-featured graphical user interface (GUI), which makes it easier to use. Because of the size and complexity of the suite of programs, and because users have come to depend on certain aspects of the software, much of the code is carried forward and included in new versions. Knowing this background helps a student of ArcGIS understand the nature of the ArcGIS system, and helps explain some of its odd features and characteristics. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42084) 01 LV 2101 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

DAY(S) THF

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-05:00P 12/17-12/18 SS

INTRODUCTION TO ArcPAD AND GPS ANALYST GIS7117 HOURS: 16.0 $396.00 A comprehensive suite of theory, techniques, and hands-on practice to learn to use GPS equipment and software for data collection, with the final product being a geospatial data layer. Course emphasis is on how to complete a GPS project from start to finish. The student will learn how to plan a field collection, create a data dictionary, download and correct GPS data, and then export to a GIS data format. Equipment and software used during the course for project planning and field exercises include Trimble Mapping GPS receivers, Pathfinder Office and GPS Analyst software, and ESRI ArcGIS and ArcPad software. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42057) 01 LV 2101 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

DAY(S) MT

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-05:00P 10/12-10/13 SS

BUILDING AND MANAGING A GEODATABASE IN ArcGIS GIS8600 HOURS: 16.0 $346.00 This class is designed to introduce basic concepts in building and managing a geodatabase and to explore advanced options for geodatabase use. The course will guide the student through the design process and illustrate mutiple methods in customizing a geodatabase. Special emphasis will be placed on topology, annotation, and coordinate systems. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42083) 01 LV 2101 (LEVINE CAMPUS) THF 08:00A-05:00P 11/19-11/20 SS 1 HOUR LUNCH. TUITION COVERS COST OF TEXTBOOK.

Graphic Arts Harper National Flexographic Center Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology Desktop Publishing/Computer PHOTOSHOP FUNDAMENTALS PRX7052 HOURS: 8.0 $149.00 Photoshop Fundamentals is a great starting point if you’re just beginning to learn Adobe Photoshop. Our Graphics Arts staff will walk you through Photoshop at an even pace so you can learn the techniques, functions, and tools used by everyday professionals. Our Mac labs provide state of the art technology to learn Photoshop in a Graphics environment. Knowledge of a Macintosh is not required for this class, since basic instruction will be given.

PHOTOSHOP DOMINANCE I PRX7053 HOURS: 15.0 $269.00 Our Photoshop Dominance I class is designed by our Graphic Arts department to teach tools and tricks necessary to utilize Photoshop to its potential. The first level of our series will help you master, discover, learn, and manipulate this extremely powerful and popular raster editing software. This two-day course is great for beginners and novices alike. An understanding of the Photoshop Interface and the Apple operation system is a plus but not necessary as basic Mac interface instructions will be given to complete this class. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42041) 08 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

DAY(S) F TH

TIME 08:00A-04:00P 08:00A-05:00P

DATES REFUND 10/1-10/2 SS 10/1-10/2

ILLUSTRATOR FUNDAMENTALS PRX7062 HOURS: 8.0 $149.00 Illustrator Fundamentals is a great starting point if you’re just beginning to learn Adobe Illustrator. Our Graphics Arts staff will walk you through Illustrator at an even pace so you can learn the techniques,functions, and tools used by professionals. Our Mac labs provide state of the art technology to learn Illustrator in a Graphics/Printing environment. Knowledge of a Macintosh is not required for this class, since basic instruction will be given. 30 MINUTE LUNCH

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42042) 13 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) (42043) 14 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS)

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TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-04:30P 9/17-9/17 SS 08:00A-04:30P 11/12-11/12 SS

ILLUSTRATOR DOMINANCE I PRX7063 HOURS: 15.0 $269.00 Our Illustrator Dominance I class is designed by our Graphic Arts department to teach tools and tricks necessary to utilize Illustrator to its potential. The first level of our series will help you master, discover, learn, and manipulate this extremely powerful and popular vector editing software. This two-day course is great for beginners and novices alike. An understanding of the Illustrator Interface and the Apple operation system is a plus but not necessary as basic Mac instruction will be given to complete the class. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42044) 08 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

DAY(S) F TH

TIME 08:00A-04:00P 08:00A-05:00P

DATES REFUND 9/3-9/4 SS 9/3-9/4

INDESIGN FUNDAMENTALS PRX7072 HOURS: 8.0 $149.00 InDesign Fundamentals is a great starting point if you’re just beginning to learn Adobe InDesign. Our Graphic Arts staff will walk you through InDesign at an even pace so you can learn the techniques, functions, and tools used by everyday professionals. Our Mac labs provide state of the art technology to learn InDesign in a Graphics/Printing Environment. Knowledge of a Macintosh is not required for this class, since basic instruction will be given. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42045) 09 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) 30 MINUTE LUNCH

DAY(S) F

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-04:30P 10/23-10/23 SS

INDESIGN DOMINANCE I PRX7073 HOURS: 15.0 $249.00 Our InDesign Dominance I class is designed by our Graphic Arts department to teach tools and tricks necessary to utilize InDesign to its potential. The first level of our series will help you master, discover, learn, and manipulate this extremely powerful and popular vector editing software. This two-day course is great for beginners and novices alike. An understanding of the InDesign Interface and the Apple operation system is a plus but not necessary as basic instruction will be given. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42046) 07 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

DAY(S) F TH

TIME 08:00A-04:00P 08:00A-05:00P

DATES REFUND 12/3-12/4 SS 12/3-12/4

30 MINUTE LUNCH

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42035) 14 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) (42036) 15 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS)

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TIME 08:00A-04:30P 08:00A-04:30P

DATES REFUND 8/20-8/20 SS 11/5-11/5 SS

Registration for CCE classes is ongoing throughout the semester.

Refund and Fees: A $4.00 CAPS Fee is required per class for courses meeting on college campuses. See page 1 for Fees and Refund Policies.

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Flexography FLEXOGRAPHY CONCEPTS PRX7012 HOURS: 8.0 $225.00 This course is a hands-on overview of Flexography. Topics include prepass, plate-making, plate mounting and press work. Students will participate in producing a label from design to print. STUDENT ACCIDENT INSURANCE REQUIRED. 30 MINUTE LUNCH

PH.CODE SEC (42029) 59 (42030) 60 (42032) 61 (42033) 62

LOCATION HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS)

DAY(S) F F F F

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-04:30P 8/21-8/21 SS 08:00A-04:30P 9/18-9/18 SS 08:00A-04:30P 10/9-10/9 SS 08:00A-04:30P 11/13-11/13 SS

Printing SCREEN PRINTING CONCEPTS PRX7032 HOURS: 8.0 $225.00 This Screen Printing overview class is designed for anyone that wants to learn more about the Screen Printing process. Our Graphics Arts and Imaging Technology staff will walk you through this class where you will get to go from concept to printed product. We keep the class size small to maximize the hands on time. If you work in any aspect of printing, this is a good textile based class for both beginner and novice and anyone wanting to learn more. STUDENT ACCIDENT INSURANCE REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42034) 09 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) 30 MINUTE LUNCH

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TIME 08:00A-04:30P

DATES REFUND 11/6-11/6 SS

OFFSET CONCEPTS PRX7122 HOURS: 8.0 $225.00 Our overview class for offset litho is designed for anyone that wants to learn more about the offset printing process. This class features hands on training in offset prepress and printing as well as an overview of the industry as a whole. Our Graphics Arts and Imaging Technology staff will walk you through the offset printing process from concept to actual printed product. We keep the class size small to maximize the hands on time. If you work in any aspect of printing this is a good offset overview class. STUDENT ACCIDENT INSURANCE REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42047) 10 HP 246 (HARPER CAMPUS) 30 MINUTE LUNCH

DAY(S) F

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-04:30P 10/16-10/16 SS

Allied Health EXPLORING MEDICAL LANGUAGE HEA7254 HOURS: 90.0 $175.00 This is a medical terminology course that includes the basics of anatomy and physiology, disease process and pharmacology. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

DATES REFUND 8/22-12/5 OE 8/24-12/7

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9/1-12/4

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PREREQUISITE: HEA 7254 AND HEA 7625. PERMISSION REQUIRED TO REGISTER. TEXTBOOKS REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME (41947) 12 IT 4134 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) S 09:00A-12:00P 48 HOURS ONLINE. CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/5, 11/28. (42049) 11 TBA TBA (NORTH CAMPUS) MW 06:00P-09:00P (41948) 10 IT 3122 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TTH 05:30P-08:30P CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26.

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HOSPITAL CODING HEA7280 HOURS: 70.0 $175.00 Prerequisite: HEA 7254 and HEA 7270. This course will give students instruction in ICD-9-CM diagnosis and CPT code assignments for hospital records. Students should be acquainted with basic coding before entering this course. MUST BE CPC (CERTIFIED CODER). DEPARTMENTAL PERMISSION REQUIRED. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41949) 02 ON LINE (INTERNET)

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ADVANCED CODING HEA7313 HOURS: 70.0 $175.00 Course is a continuation of basic and intermediate coding. Will provide in-depth coverage of ICD-9-CM and CPT coding. PREREQUISITE: HEA 7270. PERMISSION REQUIRED TO REGISTER. TEXTBOOKS REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41950) 04 IT 3135 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) MW CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7. (41944) 84 ON LINE (INTERNET)

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HOSPITAL NURSING UNIT SECRETARY HEA7320 HOURS: 164.0 $175.00 This course is designed to prepare individuals to perform competently as a secretary on a nursing unit. Students will learn and perform various clerical procedures such as telephone techniques, physician order interpretation, maintenance of the patient’s chart, scheduling appointments, and requesting supplies and/or equipment. PREREQUISITE/CO-REQUISITE: HEA7625. TEXTBOOKS REQUIRED. MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY INCLUDED IN CLASS. PERMISSION REQUIRED TO REGISTER.

Healthcare Training

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME (41940) 17 TBA TBA (NORTH CAMPUS) S 09:00A-12:00P 48 HOURS ONLINE. CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/5, 11/28. (41942) 15 KR 101 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) M 05:30P-08:30P CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7. 45 HOURS ONLINE (41943) 14 KR 101 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) MW 09:00A-12:00P CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7. (41941) 16 TBA TBA (NORTH CAMPUS) MW 06:00P-09:00P CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7. (41935) 85 ON LINE (INTERNET) -

MEDICAL REIMBURSEMENT SPECIALIST HEA7270 HOURS: 90.0 $175.00 Prerequisite: HEA 7254 and HEA 7625. Students will learn basic coding skills, Medicare, Medicaid, insurance terminology, and billing and reimbursement skills. Medical terminology and keyboarding at 35 wpm required.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME (41956) 05 KR 101 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TTH 09:00A-01:00P 48 HOURS ONLINE. CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26. (41955) 06 KR 101 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TTH 05:30P-08:30P CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26. 77 HOURS ONLINE.

DATES REFUND 8/25-12/3 OE 8/25-12/3

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SPANISH FOR HEALTHCARE WORKERS HEA7330 HOURS: 20.0 $65.00 Designed as a basic spanish class for healthcare works this course will cover basic vocabulary of greetings, daily living activities and anatomical features. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (41957) 03 TS 246 (NORTH CAMPUS) TH 06:00P-08:30P 9/10-10/22 OE CLASS MEETS ON CAMPUS 9/10, 9/24, 10/8, 10/22. REMAINING 10 HOURS ONLINE.

HOLISTIC WELLNESS-MAXIMIZING HEALTH IN TODAY’S WORLD HEA7340 HOURS: 30.0 $120.00 This course is designed to review various complementary and alternative approaches to wellness while participants develop a personal map of their own wellness. Participants will gain a greater understanding of the many different types of alternative substances and therapies available. Herbal and other supplements will be reviewed and participants will learn how to assess validity of the many products available. Practitioners of various approaches will be invited to the class to provide insight into their careers and perspectives. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41954) 04 TS 246 (NORTH CAMPUS)

Registration Options: CPCC Campuses • Online: www.cpcc.edu/cce Automated Telephone: 704.330.6970 • Customer Service: 704.330.4223

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DATES REFUND 9/14-11/16 OE

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTIONIST HEA7401 HOURS: 136.0 $175.00 Prerequisite: HEA 7254 and HEA 7625 or keyboard 45 WPM. Students learn basic medical transcription skills using a dictaphone and computer keyboarding. PERMISSION REQUIRED TO REGISTER. TEXTBOOK, FOOTPEDAL, AND HEADSET REQUIRED.

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MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION FORMATTING/EDITING HEA7405 HOURS: 40.0 $120.00 This course will prepare students with research skills, proofreading and editing ability, and also formatting of material to be transcribed. Provides students with more specialized terms related to the medical field as well as commonly confused terms, misspelled words, punctuation, grammar, and style guidelines of transcription. Familiarizes students with Microsoft Word as used by transcriptionists, including shortcuts and formatting. PREREQUISITE/CO-REQUISITE: HEA 7401. PERMISSION REQUIRED TO REGISTER.TEXTBOOKS REQUIRED.

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MEDICAL KEYBOARDING HEA7625 HOURS: 60.0 $175.00 Provides a basic keyboarding course designed for persons entering a health care field. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME (41966) 08 IT 3122 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) M 05:30P-08:30P 15 HOURS ONLINE. CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7. (41965) 09 IT 3122 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) S 09:00A-12:00P 21 HOURS ONLINE. CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/5, 11/28. (41963) 84 ON LINE (INTERNET) (41967) 07 KR 101 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TTH 01:30P-04:30P

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MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST HEA7630 HOURS: 60.0 $175.00 Prerequisite: HEA 7254 and keyboarding @ 35 WPM. Designed for students who want to work in a physician’s office doing front-desk receptionist skills, appointment scheduling and medical records management. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41960) 82 ON LINE (INTERNET)

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CPR-ADULT/INFANT/CHILD/AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION HEA8956 HOURS: 8.0 $50.00 This class is intended for licensed and certified healthcare professionals. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED - AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION-BASIC LIFE SUPPORT FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS. POCKET MASK REQUIRED. CLASS IS FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE EITHER WORKING IN A HEALTHCARE FACILITY OR WILL BE WORKING IN A HEALTHCARE FACILITY. 1 HOUR LUNCH.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42020) 04 CJ 119 (NORTH CAMPUS) (42019) 05 CJ 119 (NORTH CAMPUS)

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CPR-ADLT/INF/CHLD-AHA-RENEWAL HEA8982 HOURS: 4.0 $50.00 This class is intended for licensed and certified healthcare professionals.

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PHX7960 HOURS: 90.0 $175.00 Students learn skills such as medications and appropriate dosages which are necessary to function as a technician in a pharmacy. PREREQUISITE/CO-REQUISITE: HEA 7625. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED. PERMISSION REQUIRED TO REGISTER.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41968) 05 TBA TBA (NORTH CAMPUS) TTH CLASS WILL NOTE MEET 11/26. (41969) 06 IT 3132 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TTH CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26.

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NURSE AIDE I NUX7501 HOURS: 192.0 $175.00 Restricted Access. Prerequisites, test #434. Department permission & pre-registration required. All students are required to take a basic reading and math test prior to registration. The test is administered in the Testing Centers on the CPCC Central, North or Levine Campus. Ask for test #434. The centers are usually open from 7:30a- 6:30p Monday-Thursday and 7:30a-2:30p on Friday. Please call the testing center to confirm the hours. Individuals not currently enrolled at CPCC must fill out or update an admission form. This can be done on-line or in person in the Registration Office. The Nurse Aide I program has 3 components: on-line, classroom/lab and clinical time are all part of the course. Upon successfully completing the 192-hour Nurse Aide I program individuals are eligible to take the North Carolina Nurse Aide I Competency Test. TEXTBOOK/WORKBOOK/DVD REQUIRED. EXTENSIVE STUDY REQUIRED BEFORE CLASS STARTS. CURRENT IMMUNIZATIONS, MEDICAL, PHYSICAL, URINE DRUG SCREEN, AND CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK FORMS SUBMITTED ON FIRST DAY OF CLASS. 92 HOURS CLASS, 60 HOURS CLINICAL, 40 HOURS O

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (41993) 08 KR 112 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TWTH 07:00A-04:00P 8/18-10/8 OE KR 114 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TWTH 07:00A-04:30P 8/18-10/8 CLASS DATES: 8/18-8/20 MEETS 7:30-2:30PM, 8/25-9/3 MEETS 9:00-3:00PM, 9/89/17 MEETS 8:00-3:00PM, 10/7 - 10/8 MEETS 9:00-2:00PM. ALL CLASS DATES HAVE 1 HOUR LUNCH. CLINICAL DATES: 9/22 MEETS 7:00-4:30PM, 9/23-10/6 MEETS 7:00-4:00PM. ALL CLINICAL DATES HAVE 30 MINUTE LUNCH (41997)

09 LV 1202 (LEVINE CAMPUS) MTWTHF 07:00A-03:00P 8/24-10/9 OE LV 1223 (LEVINE CAMPUS) MTWTHF 07:30A-02:30P 8/24-10/9 CLASS DATES: 8/24, 8/27-9/17, 10/8-10/9 MEET 7:30-1:30PM. 8/25-8/26 MEET 7:302:30. ALL CLASS DATES HAVE 1 HOUR LUNCH. CLINICAL DATES: 9/22-10/7 MEET 7:00-3:00PM WITH 30 MINUTE LUNCH.

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LV 1223 (LEVINE CAMPUS) MTTH 05:30P-10:00P 8/29-12/9 OE (CAROLINAS MED CENTER) MTWS 07:30A-10:00P 8/29-12/9 LV 1223 (LEVINE CAMPUS) S 07:30A-04:00P 8/29-12/9 CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION: 8/29, 9/19, 10/3 HELD 7:30-4:00PM WITH 30 MINUTE LUNCH. 8/31-9/16, 9/21-9/30, 10/5-10/14 HELD 5:30-10:00PM. 11/30 HELD 6-9PM. 12/2 HELD 6-8:30. 12/7-12/9 HELD 6-8PM. CLINICAL: 10/17, 11/7 HELD 7:30-4PM WITH 30 MINUTE LUNCH. 10/19-11

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11 KR 113 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TWTH 07:00A-04:00P 10/20-12/10 OE KR 114 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TWTH 07:00A-04:30P 10/20-12/10 CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION: 10/20-10/22 MEETS 7:30-2:30PM. 10/27-11/5 MEETS 9:00-3:00PM. 11/10-11/19 MEETS 8:00-3:00PM. CLINICAL: 11/24 MEETS 7:004:30PM. 11/25-12/9 MEETS 7:00-4:00PM.

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12 LV 1202 (LEVINE CAMPUS) MTWTHF 07:00A-03:00P 10/26-12/11 OE LV 1223 (LEVINE CAMPUS) MTWTHF 07:30A-03:00P 10/26-12/11 CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION: 10/26, 10/29-11/19, 12/10-12/11 MEET 7:30-1:30PM. 10/27-10/28 MEET 7:30-2:30PM. ALL CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION DATES HAVE 1 HOUR LUNCH. CLINICAL: 11/23-12/9 MEET 7:00-3:00PM WITH 30 MINUTE LUNCH.

PREREQUISITE: STUDENTS MUST HAVE A CURRENT HEALTHCARE PROVIDER CPR CARD. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED - AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION-BASIC LIFE SUPPORT FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS. POCKET MASK REQUIRED. RENEWAL CLASS IS FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE EITHER WORKING IN A HEALT

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42017) 03 CJ 119 (NORTH CAMPUS) (42013) 04 CJ 119 (NORTH CAMPUS)

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PHLEBOTOMY TRAINING MLA8001 HOURS: 168.0

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DEPARTMENTAL PERMISSION REQUIRED - CALL 704-330-6508. MUST TAKE TEST 543. MUST BE A A HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE OR GED. IMMUNIZATIONS, DRUG SCREEN,, AND BACKGROUND CHECK REQUIRED. UNIFORMS, NAME TAG, AND LEATHER SHOES ARE REQUIRED FOR CLINICAL AREA. EXPLORING

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME (41971) 03 TBA TBA (NORTH CAMPUS) TTH 09:00A-12:00P CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION 9/8 - 10/22. CLINICAL 10/25 - 12/11. (41970) 04 TBA TBA (NORTH CAMPUS) TTH 06:00P-09:00P CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION 9/8 - 10/22. CLINICAL 10/25 - 12/11

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009

Human Resources

CENTRAL PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE

HRCI Approved HR Seminars

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STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE METRICS BUX8030 HOURS: 7.0 $159.00 How can we effectively measure the value that our employees bring to our organizations? How do we measure the effectiveness of our Human Resources Department? How can we be sure that our hiring practices are working efficiently? Utilizing proper metrics and benchmarking can provide the answers to these questions. This full-day seminar is designed to teach participants how to properly use metrics to evaluation organizational effectiveness. This program has been approved for 6.5 recertification credit hours (strategic) toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). Please be sure to note the program ID number on your recertification application form, which will be provided at the completion of the course. An interactive exchange of concepts, ideas, and applications will be achieved by using a fictitious case study to apply metric techniques. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42081) 500 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) F 1 HOUR LUNCH (42223) 501 H2 2124 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MW

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HUMAN RESOURCE’S SEAT AT THE TABLE BUX8031 HOURS: 4.0 $129.00 This half-day seminar will provide the student with the knowledge and tools to become more of a strategic player in their organization. Insight into practical and effective approaches to scrutinize the effectiveness in the delivery of human resource services will be examined. This program has been approved for 4.0 recertification credit hours (strategic) toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). Please be sure to note the program ID number on your recertification application form, which will be provided at the completion of the course. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HRCI homepage at www.hrci.org. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42216) 500 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) F (42099) 501 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) F 30 MINUTE LUNCH

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THE TRAINING PROCESS: REQUIREMENTS AND BEST PRACTICES BUX8032 HOURS: 7.0 $159.00 Organizations are required to train their employees on a variety of issues. One of the biggest issues facing organizations is to figure out what to train, who to train, and when to train. This one-day seminar will give insightful information on required and best practices in the field of employee training and development. This program has been approved for 6.5 recertification credit hours (general) toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). Please be sure to note the program ID number on your recertification application form, which will be provided at the completion of the course. For more informaiton about certification or recertification, please visit the HRCI homepage at www.hrci.org PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42100) 500 H2 2101 (HARRIS CAMPUS) F 1 HOUR LUNCH

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ADA, FMLA, AND WC: THE THREE HEADED HYDRA BUX8033 HOURS: 4.0 $129.00 The interaction between the ADA, FMLA, and Worker?s Compensation has perplexed human resources professional since the early 1990’s. An employee may have different rights under these three sets of laws and HR is required to make sure that the employee’s rights are respected. As a result employers must carefully consider the circumstances of each ill or injured employee on a case-by-case basis. This four-hour course will attempt to explain the interplay of these three sets of laws to help employers avoid litigation. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42219) 500 H2 2101 (HARRIS CAMPUS) T 30 MINUTE LUNCH

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MANAGING THE DIFFERENT GENERATIONS IN THE WORKPLACE LLI7046 HOURS: 8.0 $175.00 Can Boomers, Veterans, Gen Xers, and Nexters co-exist? The answer is a resounding yes! This course offers an exploration of the different generations in the workplace today: their habits, beliefs, differences and similarities. This seminar will provide the knowledge and tools to recruit, manage, and motivate the four distinct generations in the workplace. We’ll explore the innovations in doing business that these different generations offer and how to create the best possible workplace. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41859) 01 H2 2132 (HARRIS CAMPUS) W 1 HOUR LUNCH

Registration Options: CPCC Campuses • Online: www.cpcc.edu/cce Automated Telephone: 704.330.6970 • Customer Service: 704.330.4223

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009

Human Resources Certificate Program FUNDAMENTALS OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT BUX8006 HOURS: 15.0 $195.00 This is an overview of the role of human resources in successful organization management. The course is designed for newcomers to the field and for professionals who wish to review the fundamentals. The major components of the human resources management functions are identified and discussed. Some of the components discussed are; recruiting, interviewing and screening qualified applicants, legal aspects of the hiring process, preformance appraisals, motivating employees, wage and salary administration, EEO and Affirmative Action Programs, employee terminations, and non-defensive communications. Materials included. This is the first course in the five-course series for a certificate. It is recommended that participants take this course first to build foundation. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42071) 01 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MW CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7. (42072) 02 LV 2212 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TTH (42073) 03 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MW

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BASIC EMPLOYMENT LAW FOR HUMAN RESOURCES BUX8007 HOURS: 15.0 $195.00 The course provides a basic understanding of employment laws, State and Federal, for employers of all sizes. Laws are discussed based on coverage requirements by number of employees. Laws covered include: NC Employment Security Act, NC Department of Labor Wage and Hour, Civil Rights Act, Immigration Reform and Controls Act, Employee Polygraph Protection Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Family Medical Leave Act, NC Equal Employment Practices Act, NC Handicap Protection Act and Workers Adjustment and Retraining Act. This is the second course in the five course series for a certificate. However, it may be taken in any order. We do recommend that BUX 8006 (Fundamental of HR Management) be taken first. Materials included. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42074) 01 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MW (42075) 02 LV 2212 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TTH

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EFFECTIVE RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION BUX8010 HOURS: 15.0 $195.00 This course will provide participants with a basic understanding of Recruitment and Selection functions. It is designed to assist participants with “how to” skills and resources to assess their company’s employment need and to implement the necessary components to achieve that need. This is the fifth and final course in the series for a certificate; however, it may be taken in any order. We do recommend that BUX 8006 (Fundamentals of HR Management) be taken first. Materials included. This course replaces the previously offered course “Sexual Harassment Workshop.” PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42076) 01 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MW CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/25. (42103) 02 LV 2212 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TTH

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PHR/SPHR/GPHR Preparation Review HUMAN RESOURCE (PHR/SPHR) CERTIFICATION PREPARATION BUX7910 HOURS: 36.0 $795.00 This course provides an overview of key areas in human resources management to better prepare HR professionals for the national PHR (Professional in HR) or SPHR (Senior Professional in HR) exam, administered by the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). Students receive the latest edition of the SHRM Learning System to assist students in preparing for exams as well as general professional development. The Society of Human Resources (SHRM) and HRCI are two separate organizations; however, SHRM follows the HRCI body of knowledge outline in creating the SHRM Learning System. This course will in no way guarantee or ensure success on the HRCI exam. Requirements for PHR exam are at least two years exempt-level HR experience. For test info, visit www.hrci.org PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42069) 01 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) T CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/27. (42070) 02 LV 2314 (LEVINE CAMPUS) S

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HUMAN RESOURCES - EMPLOYEE RELATIONS BUX8012 HOURS: 15.0 $195.00 This course will provide participants with specific information that defines and outlines the strategic responsibilities and competencies necessary to successfully meet the challenges of a value-added Employee Relations program. Using multiple teaching strategies the facilitator will share strategies for assessing organizational needs, developing and implementing policies, and ensuring that personal actions are made and administered in a fair, consistent, and legally defensible manner. This is the third course in the five course series for a certificate. However, it may be taken in any order. We do recommend that BUX8006 (Fundamentals of HR Management) be taken first. Materials included. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42079) 01 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MW (42080) 02 LV 2215 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TTH

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HUMAN RESOURCES - BENEFITS ADMINISTRATION BUX8011 HOURS: 15.0 $195.00 This course will assist participants in developing strategies for evaluating their organization’s current benefits program and determining the program’s overall effectiveness in meeting the goals of the organization and the needs of the employees. Will become familiar with the legal aspects of benefits administration, learn how to reasearch various benefit vendors, compare products and conduct cost comparisons. Stategies for soliciting employee involvement and developing communication tools will be presented and explored by course participants. This is the fourth course in the five course series for a certificate. However, it may be taken in any order. We do recommend the BUX8006 (Fundamentals in HR Management be taken first. Materials included. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42077) 01 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MW (42078) 02 LV 2212 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TTH CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26.

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 HUMAN RESOURCES (GPHR) PREPARATION REVIEW BUX7920 HOURS: 36.0 $795.00 This 36-hour course provides an overview of key areas in global human resources management to better prepare HR professionals for the national GPHR (Global Professional in HR) administered by the HRCI (Human Resources Certificate Institute). HR professionals (with titles such as HR managers, consultants, directors, and above) with at least two years of exempt-level HR experience whose responsibilities include developing and implementing global HR strategies, managing operations overseas and international assignment management would benefit from review course. Students receive the latest edition of the SHRM Global Learning System to assist in preparing for exam. The Society of Human Resources (SHRM) and HRCI are two separate organizations; however, SHRM follows the HRCI body of knowledge outline in creating the SHRM Global Learning System. This course will in no way guarantee or ensure success on the HRCI exam. For test information and eligibility requirements, visit www.hrci.org PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42068) 01 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) TH CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/17, 10/15.

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All CCE students are required to pay for classes at the time of registration. CENTRAL PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE

CPSM® Bridge Exam Prep Course

Industry and Manufacturing APICS-Preparation for CPIM Exams FAST TRACK: APICS MASTER PLANNING OF RESOURCES APX7101 HOURS: 16.0 $525.00 This course helps individuals prepare for certification in inventory and Production Management by teaching fundamentals of planning, forecasting, demand management, and sales and operations planning. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42122) 01 H1 1222 (HARRIS CAMPUS) SSU 1 HOUR LUNCH

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FAST TRACK: DETAILED SCHEDULING AND PLANNING APX7310 HOURS: 16.0 $525.00 Explore various techniques for material and capacity scheduling, including concepts and techniques of material requirements planning, capacity requirements planning, inventory management practices, and procurement and supplier planning. New applications such as material-dominated scheduling and processor-dominated scheduling are applicable to the process industries as well as other mature production environments PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42123) 01 H2 2136 (HARRIS CAMPUS) SSU 1 HOUR LUNCH

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FAST TRACK: EXECUTION AND CONTROL OF OPERATIONS APX7401 HOURS: 16.0 $525.00 Candidates focus on the areas of prioritizing and sequencing work, executing work plans and implementing controls, reporting activity results, and providing evaluation feedback on performance. The course explains techniques for scheduling and controlling production processes, the execution of quality initiatives and continuous improvement plans, and the control and handling of inventories. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42124) 01 H2 2136 (HARRIS CAMPUS) SSU 1 HOUR LUNCH

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In today’s business climate, companies are looking at their bottom lines and relying on their supply management professionals for the answers to their tough business challenges. If you’re a certified purchasing manager (CPM) with an interest in ISM’s new Certified Professional in Supply Management® (CPSM) Certification, enroll in CPCC’s bridge exam prep course. Endorsed by business leaders around the globe, this certification will confirm your expanded knowledge of this complex field and give you the competitive edge you need to achieve your career goals.

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 FAST TRACK: APICS STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES APX7501 HOURS: 16.0 $525.00 Strategic Management of Resources explores the relationship of existing and emerging processes and technologies to manufacturing strategy and supply chain-related functions. The course addresses three main topics: aligning resources with the strategic plan, configuring, and integrating operating processes to support the strategic plan, and implementing change. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42121) 01 H1 1222 (HARRIS CAMPUS) SSU 1 HOUR LUNCH

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Institute of Supply Management CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL IN SUPPLY MANAGEMENT BRIDGE EXAM PREPARATION CPS7000 HOURS: 39.0 $795.00 The CPSM Bridge Exam is a single exam covering contemporary content and other material not covered in the current Certified Purchasing Manager (CPM) exam. The bridge exam will be available to test through the end of 2014. In order to sit for this exam, you must be CPM certified. Approximately 60% of the content has changed in the CPSM from the CPM materials. Certified Purchasing Managers who are in good standing and possess a four-year degree from an Institute of Supply Management (ISM) registered entity are eligible to bridge from CPM to CPSM. Tuition includes ISM Study Guide. For more information regarding eligibility to sit for the exam, please go to www.ism.ws

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APICS CERTIFIED SUPPLY CHAIN PROFESSIONAL EXAM PREP SCP8000 HOURS: 42.0 $1995.00 The APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional program is the first comprehensive educational program designed especially for supply chain management and operations professionals. The APICS CSCP program takes a broad view of operations, extending beyond internal operations to encompass the entire supply chain - from supplier, through the company, to the end consumer. The program provides professionals with the knowledge necessary to understand and manage the integration and coordination of end-to-end supply chain activities. To earn the APICS CSCP designation, candidates must pass one comprehensive four hour exam with 175 questions taken from more than 150 references.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41694) 01 H1 2103 (HARRIS CAMPUS) W CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/25.

Starting a Business NEW VENTURES CERTIFICATE PROGRAM SBX7352 HOURS: 40.0 $359.00 Embark on a journey through the key elements of successful business ownership—your passion, planning, and pursuit. This 16-week certificate program, developed by the internationally recognized Kauffman Foundation, blends expert classroom instruction and hands-on activities with the ease of on-line content to give you the best opportunity to fulfill your business dream. This extensive course allows you to assess your ability as an entrepreneur, evaluate the feasibility of your idea, develop a business plan, and gain confidence and credibility as a knowledgeable business owner.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (41695) 01 H2 2136 (HARRIS CAMPUS) F 08:30A-04:30P 9/11-11/20 SS CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/18,10/2, 10/16, 10/30, 11/13.

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Are you considering starting your own nonprofit organization to tackle a community or social issue? Have you been asked to help get a new nonprofit off the ground? Nonprofit organizations have grown in numbers, wealth and importance over the years. CPCC’s Institute for Entrepreneurship offers courses to meet the educational needs of those seeking to engage in the nonprofit sector.

Starting a Nonprofit (SBX 7337) Before you leap in, learn about all the intricacies surrounding this inspiring, rewarding and challenging endeavor. Monday/Wednesday evenings, September 21 – 30.

From Grant Writing to Grant Seeking (SBX 7468) Baffled with the thought of grants and not sure where to begin? Our step-by-step guidance will ease this daunting process. Enroll today and learn how to write proposals that get funded! Wednesday evenings, October 14 – 28.

To register call 704.330.4223 or visit www.cpcc.edu/e-institute. Back to Table of Contents

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 WRITING A BUSINESS PLAN II: DOING YOUR RESEARCH SBX7206 HOURS: 9.0 $89.00 A business plan can guide you through the various phases of your business, helping you identify and avoid roadblocks. It can also help secure loans, and attract investors. But where can you find the reliable information that should go into a business plan? This course focuses on the research required to produce a solid business plan. PRE-REQUISITE: SBX 7205

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Financial Matters KEYS TO A SUCCESSFUL LOAN PACKAGE SBX7470 HOURS: 9.0 $89.00 How much should I borrow? What lenders do I contact? What information does the lender need from me? Learn how to identify, create and organize the elements that make up a successful loan package. If you are interested in applying for a loan or line of credit this course is for you. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42451) 01 IT 5137 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) M

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INCOME TAXES: IMPORTANT ISSUES FOR THE SMALL BUSINESS OWNER SBX7450 HOURS: 4.0 $69.00 Thinking about taxes as a small business owner? This course will cover what you need to know about reporting and recordkeeping requirements, payroll taxes, independent contractors, estimated taxes, choice of tax entity and business deductions. You will also gain helpful ideas on how to minimize your tax liability. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42247) 01 IT 5137 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TTH

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HOW TO START AND OPERATE A SMALL BUSINESS SBX7301 HOURS: 24.0 $169.00 You can be one of the thousands of successful small business owners. Learn the elements of a small business, how it functions, and the details of successful operation. You will understand and address the components of a sound business plan; identify and apply necessary management skills through getting started, financial needs, taxes, marketing and sales, insurance, and legal concerns. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42226) 01 HL 215 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TTH

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STARTING A NONPROFIT SBX7337 HOURS: 12.0 $125.00 Are you considering starting your own nonprofit organization to tackle a community or social issue? Have you been asked to help get a new nonprofit off the ground? Before you leap in, it is critical to understand all the intricacies surrounding this inspiring, rewarding and challenging endeavor. This course carefully details the many aspects of taking a nonprofit start-up from vision to reality and on the road to becoming a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42229) 01 HL 215 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) MW

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Business Plan Writing WRITING A BUSINESS PLAN I: FIRST STEPS SBX7205 HOURS: 6.0 $79.00 You have a business idea or perhaps operate a small business, but now you need a business plan, maybe for financing, or to help you manage day-to-day operations, or to gauge your business progress. A business plan can be the most important tool a small business owner has. How should you begin? This course will help you determine the elements for your plan and provide insights for putting your plan on paper. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42224) 01 IT 5137 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) M

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MANAGING YOUR ACCOUNT RECEIVABLES SBX7469 HOURS: 6.0 $79.00 A good accounts receivable management strategy can turn hard earned uncollected sales dollars in to cash dollars for your company. Learn the key elements (credit, billing, collections) that will help you to maximize the conversion of your uncollected accounts receivable dollars in to actual cash. You will also learn about debt factoring and invoice discounting as a possible strategy to improve your cash flow. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42450) 01 HL 215 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) MW

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Accounting with Quickbooks BASIC ACCOUNTING WITH QUICKBOOKS SBX7439 HOURS: 6.0 $79.00 Build a solid foundation by learning the fundamentals of accounting and how it relates within QuickBooks. Understand the chart of accounts and what happens with bills, checks, and invoices are entered. No accounting knowledge or QuickBooks experience is required. Basic computer skills are required. PH.CODE SEC (42232) 01 (42271) 02 (42238) 03

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 QUICKBOOKS LEVEL I SBX7440 HOURS: 15.0 $159.00 Discover how to manage and maintain your business finances by automating your accounting and financial reporting functions. Use this computerized program to set your company’s chart of accounts, receive payments, pay bills, create lists, track cash sales, enter bills, create invoices, make deposits, reconcile bank accounts and write checks in order to more easily manage your financial decisions. PREREQUISITE: KNOWLEDGE OF WINDOWS & SOME BASIC ACCOUNTING. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS. QUICKBOOK 2009 VERSION TAUGHT.

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QUICKBOOKS LEVEL II SBX7460 HOURS: 15.0 $159.00 Already know the basics? This second level course will help you expand your QuickBooks knowledge. Delve into advanced features such as forms creation, report and graph generation, job costing, inventory, and trouble shooting. PRE-REQUISITES SBX 7440 OR 1 YEAR OF EXPERIENCE. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS. QUICKBOOK 2009 VERSION TAUGHT.

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Insurance Pre-Licensing NC PROPERTY INSURANCE AGENT (PRE-LICENSING) INX7501 HOURS: 24.0 $65.00 This class is required for individuals seeking a Property Insurance Agent sales license and recommended for those seeking an Adjusters license. Course content will cover general terms and concepts associated with property insurance, personal and commercial insurance coverage, and North Carolina statutes and regulations pertinent to property insurance. Upon successful completion (80% or higher), students will be eligible to sit for the state Property Insurance Agent Examination. Students seeking a sales license must attend all 100% classes. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED. MAY BE USED FOR BOTH PROPERTY AND CASUALTY.

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Business Development FROM GRANT SEEKING TO GRANT WRITING SBX7468 HOURS: 9.0 $99.00 Baffled with the thought of grants and not sure where to begin. This class helps you learn how to do the research, weigh the options, build relationships, incorporate what is needed in the proposals, and submit for funding. With step-by-step guidance you will become an effective grant seeker and will be on your way to writing a winning proposal. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42251) 01 HL 215 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) W

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REAL ESTATE INVESTING: THE BUSINESS SIDE SBX7328 HOURS: 10.0 $129.00 Develop a strategy for setting up a real estate investment business. This class delves into the main types of real estate investments and helps you discover which type best fits your entrepreneurial vision. Find out how a real estate investment business differs from operating other small businesses. No matter what type of real estate investment interests you, this class helps you create a plan for lasting success. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42275) 01 HL 215 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TTH

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 NC CASUALTY INSURANCE AGENT (PRE-LICENSING) INX7502 HOURS: 24.0 $65.00 This class is required for individuals seeking a Casualty Insurance Agent sales license and recommended for those seeking an Adjusters license. Course content will cover general terms and concepts associated with casualty insurance, personal and commercial insurance coverage, and North Carolina statutes and regulations pertinent to casualty insurance. Upon successful completion (80% or higher), students will be eligible to sit for the state Casualty Insurance Agent Examination. Students seeking a sales license must attend all 100% classes. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED. MAY BE USED FOR BOTH PROPERTY AND CASUALTY.

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NC LIFE INSURANCE AGENT (PRE-LICENSING) INX7503 HOURS: 24.0 $65.00 This class is required for individuals seeking a Life Insurance Agent sales license. Course content will cover the types of individual life insurance; annuities; policy provisions, options and various features; life insurance topics and North Carolina statutes and regulations pertinent to life insurance. Upon successful completion (80% or higher), students will be eligible to sit for the state Life Insurance Agent Examination. Students seeking a sales license must attend all 100% classes. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

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Languages and Culture Foreign Languages INTERMEDIATE SPANISH LAN7030 HOURS: 30.0 $120.00 This course is designed to further enable the student to communicate as a tourist, traveler, or businessperson in a Spanish-speaking country. The course will offer 8additional skills that have been attained during the first courses of Beginning Spanish. Emphasis will be placed on developing a general vocabulary and exposing students to cultural and geographical factors of Spanish-speaking countries. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41730) 01 LV 1320 (LEVINE CAMPUS) W CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/25. (41731) 02 (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) W CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/25. (41732) 03 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) TH CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26.

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BEGINNING FRENCH I LAN7301 HOURS: 30.0 $120.00 This is an entry level course designed for those students that have had little or no prior experience in the French language. It is a lifesaver course for those students planning a trip to a French-speaking country with an emphasis on real life situations. Grammar will be introduced as needed for communication. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41726) 01 (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) M CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 11/23

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BEGINNING FRENCH II LAN7302 HOURS: 30.0 $120.00 This course is designed to provide further and greater capabilities to communicate in a French- speaking environment. The course will build on the background and skills attained during Course I or during any other equivalent course or any real life experiences acquired during residence or work in a French-speaking environment. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41727) 01 (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) W CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/25.

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BEGINNING GERMAN I LAN7305 HOURS: 30.0 $120.00 This course is an entry level conversational course and is geared toward students who have not yet had any instruction in the target language. This is a life saver course for students planning a trip to the target country with an emphasis on real life situations. Grammar and conversational skills will be taught. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41728) 01 (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) M CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 11/23.

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BEGINNING GERMAN II LAN7306 HOURS: 30.0 $120.00 This course is designed to provide further and greater capabilities to communicate in a German speaking environment. The course will build on the background and skills attained during Course I or during any other equivalent course or any real live experiences acquired during residence or work in a German speaking environment. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41729) 01 (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) W CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/25.

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BEGINNING SPANISH I LAN7309 HOURS: 30.0 $120.00 This course is designed for students with little or no exposure to the Spanish language. Students will be introduced to fundamental vocabulary, grammar, speaking skills and cultural traits that will allow them to communicate through written and oral exercises. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41850) 03 LV 1226 (LEVINE CAMPUS) S CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/5, 11/28. (41702) 01 LV 1233 (LEVINE CAMPUS) M CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 11/23. (41706) 05 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) M CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 11/23. (41710) 09 (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) M CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 11/23. (41705) 04 LV 2314 (LEVINE CAMPUS) T CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/24. (41709) 08 TS 250 (NORTH CAMPUS) T CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/24. (41703) 02 LV 3316 (LEVINE CAMPUS) W CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/25. (41708) 07 (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) W CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/25. (41711) 10 CJ 140 (NORTH CAMPUS) W CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/25. (41707) 06 TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) TH CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26.

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 BEGINNING SPANISH II LAN7310 HOURS: 30.0 $120.00 This course is the second course in the series of three Beginning Spanish courses and is designed for the student who has completed Beginning Spanish I, or has had some exposure to the Spanish language. Focus will be placed on the continued development of speaking, listening, and writing skills.

BEGINNING CHINESE II LAN8019 HOURS: 30.0 $120.00 This course is designed for students with a basic knowledge of the Mandarin Chinese language. Students will be introduced to more vocabulary, grammar, speaking skills, and cultural traits that will allow them to communicate through oral exercises.

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BEGINNING ITALIAN I LAN7315 HOURS: 30.0 $120.00 This course is designed to provide the student with the basic capabilities to communicate in an Italian-speaking environment. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41720) 01 (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) M CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 11/23. (41721) 02 LV 3100 (LEVINE CAMPUS) W CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/25.

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BEGINNING ITALIAN II LAN7316 HOURS: 30.0 $120.00 This course is the second in a series of Beginning Italian courses and is designed for the student who has completed Beginning Italian I, or has had some exposure to the Italian language. Focus will be placed on the continued development of speaking, listening, and writing skills. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41722) 01 LV 1233 (LEVINE CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26.

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BEGINNING ITALIAN III LAN7318 HOURS: 30.0 $120.00 This course is a continuation of the Beginning Italian language series and is designed for the student who has completed Beginning Italian I and II or has had good exposure to the language. The course will focus on continued development of grammar, conversational skills and cultural review. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41842) 01 LV 1233 (LEVINE CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/24.

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BEGINNING CONVERSATIONAL CHINESE LAN8014 HOURS: 30.0 $120.00 This is an entry course in Mandarin, designed for those students who have had little or no prior experience in the language. Students will be introduced to fundamental vocabulary, grammar, speaking skills and cultural traits that will allow them to communicate in Chinese. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41724) 01 (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) W CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/25.

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SELF-PACED, LAB-BASED LANGUAGE LEARNING FOR7001 HOURS: 32.0 $100.00 Self-paced, lab-based language instruction is an option for students seeking to learn foreign languages in a lab environment at their own pace. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42315) 01 ON LINE (INTERNET)

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International Learning ACADEMIC ESL COMMUNICATION I EFL8024 HOURS: 15.0 $125.00 This course will provide instruction in integrated academic and professional language skills. Upon completion of the course, students should be able to complete specific listening, discussion, reading, and writing tasks at an intermediate level. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42447) 01 KR 203 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) W

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TOEFL PREPARATION I EFL8050 HOURS: 15.0 $125.00 This course will provide instruction in academic skills for non-native speakers of English. Emphasis is placed on specific reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills needed for the TOEFL. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42446) 02 KR 203 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) S (42443) 01 KR 203 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) T

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TOEFL PREPARATION II EFL8051 HOURS: 15.0 $125.00 This course will provide instruction in academic skills for non-native speakers of English. Emphasis is placed on specific reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills needed for the TOEFL. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42444) 02 KR 203 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) S (42445) 01 KR 203 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) T

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Professional & Personal Conversations in English (ESL) AMERICAN ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION ESL7005 HOURS: 30.0 $150.00 English language learners will target areas of their speech and comprehension to: speak clearly and with efficiency, understand native-English speakers better, practice conversational skills, improve interactions with others at work, school, and with others in real-life situations. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42059) 01 VE 315 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) MTWTH

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CONVERSATIONS IN ENGLISH LEVEL I ESL8007 HOURS: 20.0 $150.00 This first level course of CCE/Adult ESL English language course is for adults who already have a basic knowledge of English, but need to reinforce listening skills by being engaged in a variety of listening contexts, such as mini-lectures, broadcasts, public announcements, and voicemail. Students will listen for the main ideas, details, grammar and vocabulary. Key listening strategies will also be taught in this course. Speaking activities such as discussions, role play, and interviews accompany the listening activities. Students will be engaged in group activities to encourage independent speaking skills that can be used outside of the classroom. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 CONVERSATIONS IN ENGLISH LEVEL II ESL8008 HOURS: 20.0 $150.00 This is a continuation of Conversations in English I. This CCE/Adult ESL English language course is for adults who already have a basic knowledge of English, but need to reinforce listening skills by being engaged in a variety of listening contexts, such as mini-lectures, broadcasts, public announcements, and voicemail. Students will listen for the main ideas, details, grammar and vocabulary. Key listening strategies will also be taught in this course. Speaking activities such as discussions, role plays, and interviews accompany the listening activities. Students will be engaged in group activities to encourage independent speaking skills that can be used outside of the classroom. The book for Conversations in English I will also be used in this class. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42061) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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ESL FAST TRACK TEACHER TRAINING TSL8500 HOURS: 30.0 $263.00 This is a self-paced, 5-module, online training course for new ESL teachers or tutors who need to develop a foundation in teaching English to speakers of other languages while becoming knowledgeable about the core issues specific to the field of Adult ESL. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42441) 04 ON LINE (INTERNET) (42442) 05 ON LINE (INTERNET)

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Leadership SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP BUX7060 HOURS: 7.0 $395.00 This workshop introduces participants to the concept of Situational Leadership as developed by the Kenneth Blanchard Company. Included is: an overview of current leadership theories; practice in analyzing follower needs, and the matching of leadership style to follower competency and commitment levels. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42111) 01 H2 2101 (HARRIS CAMPUS) F 1 HOUR LUNCH

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DATES REFUND 9/11-9/11 SS

BASIC COACHING SKILLS DDI8000 HOURS: 16.0 $395.00 Coaching will always be a critical component of effective leadership. Through daily interactions, frontline leaders must inspire their teams to “give their all” so organizations can accomplish their goals. This course will allow leaders to master the basics of coaching - identifying the coaching need, planning and conducting effective coaching sessions and following through with appropriate support. Leaders will learn to “seek” instead of “tell”, to encourage involvement and build commitment to solutions. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42492) 01 H2 2132 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MT 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-05:00P 10/19-10/20 SS

ESSENTIAL INTERVIEWING SKILLS DDI8001 HOURS: 8.0 $225.00 Interviewers make the best hiring decisions when they gather meaningful, job-related information from applicants. Each job has inherent, distinct responsibilities, so each job has a unique set of competencies, behaviors, knowledge, and motivations that are needed to be successful in the job. The Essential Interviewing Skills course teaches participants how to interview for the behaviors, knowledge, and motivations that are needed to be successful in a job. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42104) 01 H2 2101 (HARRIS CAMPUS) F

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-05:00P 11/13-11/13 SS

THE 7 HABITS SIGNATURE PROGRAM FCT8000 HOURS: 21.0 $795.00 This course provides the most comprehensive foundation available for fostering change in your organization and your life. In three days, you will learn how to improve focus, communication and balance. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42105) 01 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) WTHF 1 HOUR LUNCH

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DATES REFUND 9/23-9/25 SS

LEADERSHIP: GREAT LEADERS, GREAT TEAMS, GREAT RESULTS FCT8001 HOURS: 21.0 $995.00 Leadership: Great Leaders, Great Teams, Great Results is FranklinCovey’s flagship leadership development program. It takes a “mind-set, skill-set, tool-set” approach to developing leaders who can unleash the talent and capability of their teams against the organization’s highest priorities. In addition to drawing from a proven legacy of developing effective leaders, FranklinCovey’s Leadership program also taps into the best thinking of leadership experts around the world, including: Jack Welch, Ram Charan, Fred Reichheld Clayton Christensen, Stephen R. Covey, and Stephen M.R. Covey. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42106) 01 H2 2101 (HARRIS CAMPUS) WTHF 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME DATES REFUND 09:00A-05:00P 10/14-10/16 SS

THE 4 DISCIPLINES OF EXECUTION FCT8002 HOURS: 7.0 $395.00 The hallmarks of great organizations include superior financial performance, customer loyalty, a winning culture, and intensely loyal customers. The 4 Disciplines of Execution helps managers and teams identify their highest priorities by separating the merely important from the wildly important. Each discipline taught in the course helps teams stay aligned to the true purpose of the organization. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42107) 01 H2 2132 (HARRIS CAMPUS) F 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME DATES REFUND 09:00A-05:00P 10/30-10/30 SS

THE SEVEN HABITS FOR MANAGERS FCT8003 HOURS: 14.0 $595.00 This two-day workshop focuses exclusively on the management applications of The 7 Habits, giving managers the tools to take initiative, resolve conflicts, and unleash the talents and passions of their teams. Designed to help managers and supervisors perform their roles effectively, this workshop will help you apply principles from The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People to create balance in a healthy, cohesive work environment. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42109) 01 H2 2132 (HARRIS CAMPUS) THF 1 HOUR LUNCH

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Lifelong Learning Institute Aging Studies ASSISTED LIVING ADMINISTRATOR TRAINING GEX7016 HOURS: 215.0 $175.00 This course provides training to individuals desiring to become an assisted living administrator. The course meets the state requirement for individuals by providing 75 hours of course work and a 140 hour preceptorship. The course work includes resource management, management of environmental services, finance, food services, marketing, budgeting and resident care. Preceptorship is on site of an approved assisted living community under the supervision of a state approved preceptor. 140 HOURS PERCEPTORSHIP REQUIRED. 37 HOURS ONLINE. 38 HOURS IN-CLASS. STUDENTS REQUIRED TO FIND THEIR PRECEPTOR. COURSE MATERIALS REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42482) 01 LV 2300 (LEVINE CAMPUS) S 08:30A-04:00P 9/10-12/5 OE LV 2212 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TH 06:00P-09:00P 9/10-12/5 CLASS WILL MEET 9/10, 9/12, 9/19, 10/3, 11/7, 12/5. 30 MINUTE LUNCH

ACTIVITY DIRECTOR-MEPAP 2ND EDITION BASIC TRAINING COURSE OAP7006 HOURS: 180.0 $175.00 This activity training course qualifies activity directors to work in assisted living and nursing homes according to NC state regulations. This course also will start Activity Directors on the track to certification with the National Certification council for Activity Professionals. The content includes the needs of the older adults as they age, activity assessments, interdisciplinary team planning, goal setting for residents, documentation in the health record, resources, volunteer namangement and regulations and requirements that impact delivery of activities in long term care settings. WEEKEND TRADITIONAL CLASS MEETINGS ARE MANDATORY. 90 HOUR PRECEPTORSHIP IS REQUIRED. TEXTBOOK FOR COURSE IS THE ESSENTIALS FOR THE ACTIVITY PROFESSIONAL IN LONG TERM CARE BY SUSAN LANZA.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42757) 01 LV 2212 (LEVINE CAMPUS) SSU 08:00A-04:00P 8/15-12/12 OE CLASS WILL MEET 8/15, 8/16, 9/19, 9/20, 11/14, 11/15. OPTIONAL ONLINE CHATS THURS. 7PM-8PM, 8/20-12/10. CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26. 30 MINUTE LUNCH. FINAL OPENS 12/10, CLOSES 12/12.

AGING STUDIES CERTIFICATE LLI7060 HOURS: 30.0 $135.00 The number of Americans age 55 and older will almost double by 2030, swelling from one in five today to nearly one in three Americans. This makes working with older adults one of the hottest, most relevant career paths available. In fact, the number of jobs in gerontology-related fields is expected to increase by more than 36 percent by 2012. If you are currently working with older adults or considering a career in the aging network, this course is for you. It will help you better understand the aging process and needs of older adults, including the many physical and mental challenges they face. With this understanding, caregivers and career professionals will develop or increase an awareness and sensitivity to meeting the complex needs of the older generation. Topics include - dementia, client centered care, grief and loss, advance care directives, activity programming and principles of volunteer program management. The course addresses the interests of those working with older adults and anyone who has older grandparents, parents or friends. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42512) 01 H2 2132 (HARRIS CAMPUS) S CLASS WILL MEET 1:30PM-3:30PM ON 10/31.

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Career Transitions SUCCESS TO SIGNIFICANCE LLI7064 HOURS: 12.0 $100.00 Are you thinking about a career change at midlife or beyond? Wondering what comes next as you re-enter the workforce or change jobs? This course is designed to help individuals over 40 gain confidence and assess their personal goals and strengths as they chart a new path. We will pose questions about your professional life, along with exploring what makes you happy and gives you a sense of purpose. This is a step-by-step course to identify your core strengths, write a personal mission statement, develop powerful resumes and master the techniques that will help guarantee success in your career journey. Hands on, practical advice sure to help you find your way toward a fulfilling future. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42479) 01 KR 203 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TH

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CURVE BALL CRAZY: COPING WITH LIFE’S CHANGES LLI7097 HOURS: 3.0 $55.00 Things are going along fine when all of a sudden life throws you a curve ball. You lose your job, the sudden death of a friend, a failed relationship. There it is, forcing us to face the unexpected. Crazy? Yes. But how you react to these curve balls makes all the difference. Fortunately, there is a proven, systematic approach that can help you deal with these major changes in your life. Such a process can offer you relief and hope that this change can result in new beginnings. This seminar will explore the phases of change and transition from the first step of assessment and letting go, to the final step of creating a plan to move forward. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42476) 500 HL 304 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) T

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NEW VENTURES CERTIFICATE PROGRAM SBX7352 HOURS: 40.0 $359.00 Embark on a journey through the key elements of successful business ownership—your passion, planning, and pursuit. This 16-week certificate program, developed by the internationally recognized Kauffman Foundation, blends expert classroom instruction and hands-on activities with the ease of on-line content to give you the best opportunity to fulfill your business dream. This extensive course allows you to assess your ability as an entrepreneur, evaluate the feasibility of your idea, develop a business plan, and gain confidence and credibility as a knowledgeable business owner. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42230) 01 IT 3137 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) W

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Technology INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS SNR7000 HOURS: 6.0 $49.00 Overcome your fears of technology by exploring the exciting world of computers. This is a hands-on course that offers simplified instruction on computers. If you have no computer experience, this class is strongly recommended as a prerequisite to Introduction to PC and Windows. NO TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED FOR THIS CLASS.

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E-MAILING FOR BEGINNERS SNR7015 HOURS: 6.0 $49.00 Do you have an email address? Are you using all the available functions of your email account to its maximum benefit? If not, then this class can help you! Learn how to create a Yahoo or Hotmail account, send email messages, attach documents, download graphics and photos, and manage your contact list. This class is designed for the beginner and will not cover email specifics of a particular software. PLEASE BRING THE NAME OF YOUR EMAIL PROVIDER AND YOUR PASSWORD TO CLASS. TEXTBOOK NOT REQUIRED.

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LEARNING TO USE YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA MMG7944 HOURS: 12.0 $139.00 So, you just got a new digital camera! Now what? Has this little photographic wonder started collecting dust in the closet because you don’t know how to use it? As amazing as these little devices can be, they can also be quite intimidating. Get a crash course on the basics of using your digital camera. Learn everything from taking pictures to storing images to sharing photos; learn how to use the zoom, flash and shutter buttons as well as the different modes of your camera lens. BRING YOUR CAMERA TO CLASS. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41922) 40 LV 1206 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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Refund and Fees: A $4.00 CAPS Fee is required per class for courses meeting on college campuses. See page 1 for Fees and Refund Policies.

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Purposeful Learning RETIREMENT PLANNING TODAY ECO8205 HOURS: 6.0 $35.00 Retirement planning has taken on a much greater importance as life expectancies have increased. People are retiring earlier, active retirement life styles have multiplied and traditional defined retirement benefit programs are declining. People have many options for financing their retirement, but many people don’t actually take the time to plan how they will live during their retirement years. Without a clear plan it is difficult to prepare financially for the next chapter of life. This course will review the traditional view of retirement and then look ahead to the new view of retirement with new opportunities and additional responsibilities. The first step is to create a retirement vision and then realistically look at expenses, income sources, roadblocks and risk management. This course is appropriate for people just starting out in their careers, as well as people considering retirement. Note: All CPCC Financial Education classes are taught for education purposes only - solicitation is not permitted. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42356) 01 LV 2150 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42357) 02 LV 2150 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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FINANCIAL PLANNING FOR WOMEN ECO8105 HOURS: 10.0 $45.00 Single women, widows, divorcees in today’s world have unique needs. There are circumstances they need to be aware of, understand and plan for. In this class, women will gain a base level of knowledge enabling them to become independent, involved financial planners. Topics such as budgeting, managing income, savings, taxes, investments, insurance, and estate planning will be covered in addition to the unique challenges a single woman faces. All CPCC Financial Education classes are taught for education purposes only. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42353) 01 LV 2200 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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Mortgage Banking Pre-Licensing NC LOAN OFFICER FUNDAMENTALS (PRE-LICENSING) MTG7325 HOURS: 24.0 $149.00 The purpose of this course is to raise the bar of professionalism for the NC mortgage industry. A new loan officer entering the industry should be knowledgeable of the requirements of the applicable state and federal laws. The 24 hour fundamentals course should prepare the loan officer with the ability to take a thorough, quality loan application and make disclosures in a timely manner to the applicant. The live course will also stress the importance of ethical behavior and fraud prevention. This course is required by the North Carolina Commissioner of Banks (NCCOB) for anyone seeking a Loan Officer license. Textbook is included with tuition and provided in class. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42416) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) MTWTH (42422) 03 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) MTWTH (42423) 04 H2 2124 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MTW 1 HOUR LUNCH

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REVERSE MORTGAGES FOR SENIOR HOMEOWNERS MTG7401 HOURS: 4.0 $39.00 Senior homeowners are the fastest growing segment of our population with more than 35 million people now older than 65. The reverse mortgage is a time tested program designed to allow senior homeowners to gain financial independence by borrowing against the equity in their homes. The course will cover various ways to use the reverse mortgage, along with examples for implementing the different types of reverse mortgage plans. This course is approved by the North Carolina Commissioner of Banks (NCCOB) and the SC Department of Consumer Affairs (SCDCA) for 4 hours of CE credit for loan officers. It is also an excellent course for consumers. All books and materials are included in the cost of the course.

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UNDERSTANDING CREDIT MTG7404 HOURS: 8.0 $69.00 Your credit score. It’s just three numbers, but it dictates whether you’ll get credit and what you’ll pay. Insurers use it to set premiums. Landlords use it to make renting decisions. Discover how your scores are affected by everything from applying for loans to closing accounts, how to cope with a credit crisis, how credit counseling really affects a score, why paying old debts can actually damage your score, how to reduce your exposure to identity theft and much more. This course is approved for 8-hours of Continuing Education credit by the NC Commissioner of Banks and the SC Department of Consumer Affairs. It is also an excellent course for consumers. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42420) 01 H2 2101 (HARRIS CAMPUS) W (42421) 02 LV 2212 (LEVINE CAMPUS) F 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME DATES REFUND 08:30A-05:30P 8/19-8/19 SS 08:30A-05:30P 11/13-11/13 SS

MORTGAGE FRAUD: A DANGEROUS BUSINESS MTG7405 HOURS: 4.0 $39.00 Mortgage Fraud is one of the fastest growing white-collar crimes in the U.S. While it may seem that mortgage fraud affects only those directly involved in the scams, this is not the case. Consumers pay the ultimate price with higher interest rates and fees for mortgage loans. This course is approved by the North Carolina Commmissioner of Banks (NCCOB), the SC Department of Consumer Affairs (SCDCA), and the NC Real Estate Commision (NCREC)for 4 hours of CE credit. It’s also an excellent course for consumers. Find out what you can do to identify potential fraud and take the necessary steps to prevent this epidemic from growing further. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42425) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) (42426) 02 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS)

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FHA/VA THRIVING AND SURVIVING REX7301 HOURS: 4.0 $39.00 The Federal Housing Administration, generally known as “FHA”, provides mortgage insurance on loans made by FHA-approved lenders throughout the United States and its territories. FHA insures mortgages on single family and multifamily homes including manufactured homes and hospitals. It is the largest insurer of mortgages in the world, insuring nearly 33 million properties since its inception in 1934. Students will gain insight of the FHA lending programs and learn the technical aspects of them. This course is approved by the NCREC and NCCOB for continued education. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42427) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS)

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PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42424) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) (42417) 02 LV 2218 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

TITLE INSURANCE FOR REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS MTG7402 HOURS: 4.0 $39.00 This course is designed for real estate brokers and lenders. It features a comprehensive explanation of why title insurance is important, who is involved in the insurance process and what paperwork is required. Attendees will review familiar principles of real estate law “the rights, title and interests” and relate them to the insuring of titles. This course is approved by the North Carolina Commissioner of Banks (NCCOB) and the SC Department of Consumer Affairs (SCDCA) and the NC Real Estate Commission (NCREC) for 4 hours of CE credit.

TIME DATES REFUND 08:30A-12:30P 9/18-9/18 SS 01:30P-05:30P 10/16-10/16 SS

MORTGAGE MATH MTG7312 HOURS: 18.0 $39.00 This course concentrates on the math used in the mortgage industry. Students will learn how to calculate payments, income, LTV, housing and debt ratios, and amortize a loan. This is an excellent class for students who want to become loan officers, processors, or underwriters. Students must have a calculator. All course materials are included in the tuition and will be distributed in class or provided online. STUDENTS TAKING AN ONLINE CLASS WILL NEED A CPCC LOGIN. GO TO WWW.CPCC.EDU. UNDER MYCPCC, ONLINE SERVICES CLICK ON CPCC LOGIN. TO ACCESS THE CLASS CLICK ON MOODLE.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42432) 81 ON LINE (INTERNET) (42430) 82 ON LINE (INTERNET)

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 EXAM PREP: LOAN OFFICER FUNDAMENTALS REVIEW MTG7313 HOURS: 12.0 $15.00 This online course serves as a review for anyone planning to take the NC Loan Officer state examination. Students are still required to take the pre-licensing course required by NCCOB. Practice quizzes concentrate on state and federal legislation, mortgage math, and general concepts used in the mortgage industry.

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STUDENTS TAKING AN ONLINE CLASS WILL NEED A CPCC LOGIN. GO TO WWW.CPCC.EDU. UNDER MYCPCC, ONLINE SERVICES CLICK ON CPCC LOGIN. TO ACCESS THE CLASS CLICK ON MOODLE.

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INTRODUCTION TO MORTGAGE LENDING MTG7314 HOURS: 24.0 $79.00 This is a foundation course for individuals without experience in mortgage lending. Topics include basic terms and concepts with an overview of the entire mortgage process. Online sections will have weekly assignments and quizzes. All materials are included in the cost of the course. STUDENTS TAKING AN ONLINE CLASS WILL NEED A CPCC LOGIN. GO TO WWW.CPCC.EDU. UNDER MYCPCC, ONLINE SERVICES CLICK ON CPCC LOGIN. TO ACCESS THE CLASS CLICK ON MOODLE.

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CONVENTIONAL LOAN PROCESSING MTG7318 HOURS: 24.0 $79.00 This course provides the student with basic terms and concepts used to process conventional mortgage loans. Topics include: regulatory disclosures, credit reports, housing and debt ratio calculations, income verification and calculations, loan-to- value, asset verification, and required funds to close. Tuition includes books and materials. Online students must call 704-330-4681 to make arrangements to pick up required materials one week prior to class start date. Online students need a SNAP account to access the course. For additional information on how to access the online course go to: www.cpcctraining.org/cceonline. STUDENTS TAKING AN ONLINE CLASS WILL NEED A CPCC LOGIN. GO TO WWW.CPCC.EDU. UNDER MYCPCC, ONLINE SERVICES CLICK ON CPCC LOGIN. TO ACCESS THE CLASS CLICK ON MOODLE.

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1. Incumbent Workforce Development Grant. Apply for up to $25,000 to train your existing employees. The next grant application deadlines will be in September and January. 2. Customized Training Program. Is your company expanding its workforce or making an appreciable capital investment? If so, you may be eligible for assistance.

Contact a Corporate Learning Advisor at 704.330.4660 or via email at corporate.training@cpcc.edu.

Refund and Fees: A $4.00 CAPS Fee is required per class for courses meeting on college campuses. See page 1 for Fees and Refund Policies.

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INTRODUCTION TO UNDERWRITING MTG7324 HOURS: 24.0 $79.00 This course introduces conventional mortgage underwriting concepts including: risk analysis, risk-layering, determination of credit worthiness of a borrower, decision making and settling loan conditions. We strongly recommend that students take MTG 7318 before taking this course. Online courses will have weekly assignments and quizzes. STUDENTS TAKING AN ONLINE CLASS WILL NEED A CPCC LOGIN. GO TO WWW.CPCC.EDU. UNDER MYCPCC, ONLINE SERVICES CLICK ON CPCC LOGIN. TO ACCESS THE CLASS CLICK ON MOODLE.

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Notary NOTARY PUBLIC I BUS7116 HOURS: 6.0 $92.00 Register at least one week or more before class date. Some classes fill completely 2-3 weeks in advance. Each student is required to purchase the Notary Public Guidebook from the CPCC Bookstore before attending class. Each class is taught by a certified instructor and provides a thorough introduction to the statutes which regulate the acts of North Carolina notaries. The purpose of the education requirement is to enable the applicant to become a responsible, qualified candidate for Notary Public commission. To register, call 330-4223. PRE-REGISTER 1 WK IN ADVANCE. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS. ONE DAY CLASSES-1 HOUR LUNCH.

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LOCATION DAY(S) LV 2218 (LEVINE CAMPUS) S TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) W H2 2101 (HARRIS CAMPUS) S LV 1236 (LEVINE CAMPUS) W TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) S HL 215 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) W CJ 131 (NORTH CAMPUS) W H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) S LV 1236 (LEVINE CAMPUS) W TS 250 (NORTH CAMPUS) S H2 2101 (HARRIS CAMPUS) W TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) S LV 1236 (LEVINE CAMPUS) W H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) S TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) W LV 2200 (LEVINE CAMPUS) S CJ 131 (NORTH CAMPUS) W TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) S LV 1315 (LEVINE CAMPUS) W TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) S LV 1315 (LEVINE CAMPUS) W H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) S CJ 131 (NORTH CAMPUS) W TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) S HL 215 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) W LV 2218 (LEVINE CAMPUS) S TS 250 (NORTH CAMPUS) S H2 2101 (HARRIS CAMPUS) W TS 250 (NORTH CAMPUS) S LV 1315 (LEVINE CAMPUS) W TBA TBA (HARPER CAMPUS) S CJ 131 (NORTH CAMPUS) W H2 2101 (HARRIS CAMPUS) S TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) W LV 2218 (LEVINE CAMPUS) S

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ELECTRONIC NOTARY CERTIFICATION BUS7117 HOURS: 3.0 $55.00 This course will instruct existing North Carolina notaries public in the newly legislated procedure required to exercise electronic notarial acts as set forth by North Carolina’s Secretary of State. Participants must hold a valid commission as a North Carolina notary public to qualify for this certification. The course will cover the N.C. E-Notary Act, eligibility and registration, E-notary processes, technology solutions and providers, ethics reg. E-notarizations, consequences of misconduct, security standards, best practices and departmental recommendations. PH.CODE SEC (41697) 01 (41698) 02 (41699) 03 (41700) 04 (41701) 05 (41696) 06

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Payroll Certification Preparation PAYTRAIN FUNDAMENTALS PPS7004 HOURS: 30.0 $795.00 This new 30-hour course, PayTrain Fundamentals, teaches fundamental payroll calculations and applications providing students with the basic knowledge and skills required to maintain payroll compliance and prevent costly penalties. Developed by the American Payroll Association, this course is ideal for new payroll professionals, those who support the payroll industry and are preparing for the Fundamentals of Payroll Certification (FPC) exam. In addition, this course is a prerequisite to the other course, PayTrain Mastery, designed to help students prepare for the Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) exam. PayTrain Fundamentals covers/reviews the calculations necessary to be successful in passing both the FPC and CPP exams. Participants receive live classroom instruction, textbook, and access to interactive online games and applications to reinforce topics learned. Although the program covers the body of knowledge tested by the FPC exam, completing the course does not guarantee a passing score on the exam. For test information and eligibility requirements, visit www.americanpayroll.org The Fundamental Payroll Certification (FPC) is open to all those who wish to demonstrate a baseline of payroll competency. The FPC is designed for: Entry-level Payroll Professionals, Sales Professionals and Consultants serving the payroll industry, Systems Analysts/Engineers writing payroll programs, and Payroll Service Bureau Client Representatives. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42217) 01 H2 2127 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MW H2 2127 (HARRIS CAMPUS) S CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/5, 9/7.

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DATES REFUND 8/26-9/16 SS 8/26-9/16

PAYTRAIN MASTERY PPS7005 HOURS: 36.0 $895.00 This new 36-hour course, Paytrain Mastery, developed by the American Payroll Association, is a comprehensive course providing students with a solid understanding of advanced payroll topics necessary for payroll managers and supervisors. This course is ideal for experienced payroll professionals seeking compliance training, professional development, or Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) certification preparation. Please note, the PayTrain Fundamentals course (PPS 7004), is a prerequisite. The PayTrain Mastery covers/reviews the calculations necessary to be successful in passing the CPP exam. Participants receive live classroom instruction, textbooks, and access to interactive online games and applications to reinforce topics learned. Although the program covers the body of knowledge tested by the CPP exam, completing the course does not guarantee a passing score on the exam. For test information and eligibility requirements, visit www.americanpayroll.org PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42066) 01 H2 2127 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MW H2 2127 (HARRIS CAMPUS) S

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Process Improvement PROCESS MANAGEMENT BUS7411 HOURS: 21.0 $325.00 This blended 21-hour course requires 12 hours in class and 9 hours of individual on-line activity (out of class) and is designed to help participants develop a road map that will enable process owners and teams to identify, define, manage, and improve their business processes. The class will address both current and new processes, and participants will learn how to ensure they meet business performance objectives. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42158) 01 H2 2138 (HARRIS CAMPUS) M 06:00P-09:00P 10/5-11/16 SS CLASS ONLY MEETS 10/5, 10/19, 11/2, 11/16. CLASS MEETS 12 HOURS IN-CLASS, 9 HOURS ONLINE.

SIX SIGMA BLACK BELT CERTIFICATION REVIEW BUS7435 HOURS: 100.0 $2995.00 Six sigma Black Belts lead cross-functional project teams to carry out identified improvement projects. They implement Six Sigma tools while providing statistical expertise. This course blends classroom instruction with required on-line assignments. The content is built around the American Society for Quality’s (ASQ’s) Body of Knowledge. To achieve certification, students must successfully complete all online modules, pass a 4-hour in-class CPCC certification exam, demonstrate proficiency of data analysis techniques with Minitab, and demonstrate proficiency in applying Six Sigma skills by documentation of a completed Six Sigma project. This course is preparation for the ASQ exam also, but the ASQ exam is not a requirement for this course. For more information on the ASQ exam, see www.asq.org. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME (42667) 01 H2 2125 (HARRIS CAMPUS) W 06:00P-09:00P 39 HRS. IN-CLASS/61 HRS. ONLINE CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/25.

DATES REFUND 9/9-12/9 SS

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM BUS8116 HOURS: 42.0 $995.00 This in-depth project management course is designed to provide the skills and experience needed to successfully manage projects from initiation to completion. The program highlights the following skills: targeting end objectives, project staffing, 9 skills of successful project management, project time management, integrating basic Six Sigma methodology into project management, project accounting, project management software tools. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42152) 01 H2 2136 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MW CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7. (42150) 02 H2 2136 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MW CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/25.

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LEAN MANUFACTURING MFR7000 HOURS: 8.0 $225.00 Course provides an overall understanding of LEAN Manufacturing. Working with a simple factory example, you’ll learn how to see value, differentiate value from waste, and eliminate the sources of waste by creating accurate current-state maps and leaner future-state maps for each of your product families. You’ll also develop implementation plans for achieving the future state. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42138) 01 H2 2132 (HARRIS CAMPUS) TH 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-05:00P 11/19-11/19 SS

VALUE STREAM MAPPING MFR7001 HOURS: 8.0 $225.00 This course introduces participants to the value stream mapping process. Value stream mapping techniques are applied to current streams the participants manage. Current and future state maps will be designed and then an action plan will be developed to achieve the future state. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42140) 01 H2 2136 (HARRIS CAMPUS) W 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME 08:00A-05:00P

DATES REFUND 11/4-11/4 SS

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SIX SIGMA GREEN BELT CERTIFICATION BUS7430 HOURS: 46.0 $1345.00 Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be locally certified as Six Sigma Green Belts. Six Sigma Green Belts work directly with cross-functional project leaders to carry out identified improvement projects. As such, Green Belts need to be able to implement all of the appropriate tools of Six Sigma and to lead independent local projects when necessary. This course blends classroom instruction with required on-line assignments. Actual participant on-line hours may vary based on experience and knowledge. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42156) 02 H2 2125 (HARRIS CAMPUS) T 06:00P-09:00P 8/25-12/1 SS 24 HRS. IN-CLASS/22 HRS. ONLINE CLASS ONLY MEETS 8/25, 9/8, 9/22, 10/6, 10/20, 11/3, 11/17, 12/1. (42157) 03 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS) S 08:30A-12:30P 8/29-11/7 SS 24 HRS. IN-CLASS/22 HRS. ONLINE CLASS ONLY MEETS 8/29, 9/12, 9/26, 10/10, 10/24, 11/7. (42155) 01 H2 2125 (HARRIS CAMPUS) TH 06:00P-09:00P 9/10-12/17 SS 24 HRS. IN-CLASS/22 HRS. ONLINE CLASS ONLY MEETS 9/10, 9/24, 10/8, 10/22, 11/5, 11/19, 12/3, 12/17.

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 EFFECTIVE BUSINESS WRITING Effective business writing is an important part of any successful career. This fall, CPCC is offering three writing courses that address specific writing skills. From the basics of Punctuation and Grammar (OSC7017) and Business Writing (OSC7018) to Be Your Own Editor (BUS8210), you will develop the ability to express yourself more clearly, concisely and professionally.

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LEAN OFFICE MFR7020 HOURS: 8.0 $225.00 This class introduces basic concepts of Lean Thinking and extends this thinking from a manufacturing environment to the office environment. Using an office simulation and various examples, participants learn to identify wastes in office activities such as long customer response times, queued work, too many hand-offs, poor communication processes, etc. The class also emphasizes those activities which are unique to Knowledge Workers. Various tools to achieve lean practices in the office are introduced and strategies to promote sustainable implementation of the Lean Office are explored. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42147) 01 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) TH 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-05:00P 10/15-10/15 SS

THE 5S SYSTEM MFR7100 HOURS: 8.0 $225.00 The 5S System is a systematic approach using the five activities of Sort, Set, Shine, Standardize, and Sustain to establish an uncluttered, well-organized, and understandable workplace. It promotes safety, improved workflow, better product quality, reduced inventory waster, and above all a sense that you, the users, are incontrol of your work area. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42142) 01 H2 2101 (HARRIS CAMPUS) TH 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME 08:00A-05:00P

DATES REFUND 10/1-10/1 SS

LEAN ENTERPRISE CERTIFICATION PROGRAM MFR7905 HOURS: 40.0 $995.00 This is a quick-start certification program providing comprehensive training and development in lean enterprise and the concepts of lean office work structure. Designed as a 40 hour certification course, this program sharply focused on the development of lean business practices in administrative and non-production functional areas. This high-impact program develops participant skills for proficiency in lean concepts, tools, and methods to advance operational effectiveness and efficiency. With this skill base, all organizations will derive profound benefit from this developmental program. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42143) 01 H2 2132 (HARRIS CAMPUS) M CLASS MEETS 6:00PM-10:00PM, 12/7 ONLY.

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Professional Development

Property Management

ASSERTIVENESS WITHOUT FEAR BUS7315 HOURS: 6.0 $99.00 Learn the skills to become more assertive in both personal and professional life in just one day. Purchase the book, “Assertiveness Skills,” in the CPCC bookstore prior to attending the first class.

SUCCESSFUL SITE MANAGEMENT PMG8010 HOURS: 40.0 $295.00 Successful Site Management covers the management of your entire property from A to Z in one course, including content to address the unique needs of affordable housing and student housing. Students will learn human resource and relationship management, legal issues and risk management strategies, on-site maintenance management, property financial management and marketing and leasing strategies. This course satisfies the education requirements and prepares students for national certification of the ARM (Accredited Residential Manager) administered by the Institute of Real Estate Management.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42113) 01 H2 2101 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MW

TIME 06:00P-09:00P

DATES REFUND 11/2-11/4 SS

ESSENTIAL SKILLS FOR SALES SUCCESS BUS7512 HOURS: 16.0 $695.00 Sales is a deliberate process, and Essential Skills for Sales Success leads participants through a comprehensive study of the essentials of sales success. From identifying unique buying behaviors, to prospecting, needs assessment, presenting solutions, and closing, participants learn the skills necessary to achieve success in todays fast paced selling environment. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42112) 01 H2 2132 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MT 1 HOUR LUNCH

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42486) 01 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MTWTHF 08:30A-05:30P 11/16-11/20 SS 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-05:00P 11/16-11/17 SS

BE YOUR OWN EDITOR BUS8210 HOURS: 6.0 $135.00 Have you ever asked yourself. “Did I get my point across in that e-mail? Did my report clearly communicate what we accomplished?” Good writing is a product of clear and logical thinking. The higher you go in an organization, the more your job requires the ability to write in an effective and professional manner. In order to gain credibility you must be able to write concisely yet allow your point of view to be communicated clearly. This workshop is designed to help you learn to craft well-written communication through self-editing techniques. Investing in your writing skills will have long-term payoff in your career. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41858) 01 H2 2138 (HARRIS CAMPUS) W

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-09:00P 10/7-10/14 SS

FOCUS: ACHIEVING YOUR HIGHEST PRIORITIES FCT8004 HOURS: 7.0 $395.00 The Focus workshop delivers results by first helping you examine what is most important to you, and then teaching you practical methods for living by your priorities. This engaging, one-day workshop is highly interactive and packed with learning. You will walk always with not only a clearer vision of what you want to accomplish in both your personal and professional life, but also a proven system for sticking to your plans, day after day. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42110) 01 H2 2132 (HARRIS CAMPUS) F 1 HOUR LUNCH

TIME DATES REFUND 09:00A-05:00P 12/11-12/11 SS

PUNCTUATION AND GRAMMAR OSC7017 HOURS: 12.0 $120.00 This course will help students learn to avoid common errors in written office communications. Students will achieve a better understanding of how appropriate grammar and punctuation reflect professionalism in written correspondence. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42101) 01 H2 2132 (HARRIS CAMPUS) TTH

TIME 09:00A-12:00P

DATES REFUND 9/22-10/1 SS

BUSINESS WRITING OSC7018 HOURS: 12.0 $120.00 This course will help students examine purpose, organization, sentence structure, and word choice to improve business writing. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42102) 01 H2 2132 (HARRIS CAMPUS) TTH

TIME DATES REFUND 09:00A-12:00P 10/6-10/15 SS

FUNDAMENTALS OF EVENT PLANNING PMM7200 HOURS: 60.0 $720.00 This 60 hour certificate will provide participants with an introduction to the event industry, including basic principles of planning and executing events, meetings and conferences, and to acquaint students with the skills and tools necessary for industry success. Participants will gain understanding of the meeting/event planning industry and required competencies through classroom study as well as practical application, guest lectures, and field trips PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42148) 01 H2 2132 (HARRIS CAMPUS) TTH

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Public Safety

Post Licensing

EMS

BROKER POST-LICENSING COURSE - RELATIONSHIPS AND RESPONSIBILITIES REX7107 HOURS: 30.0 $149.00 This 30-hour course is the first of three courses designed to assist the “provisional” broker to meet the 90-hour post-licensing educational requirements set by the NCREC. This course consists of a high-level of advanced instruction covering Agency relationships and duties to principals and third parties, working with sellers and working with buyers. This course also includes issues confronted when agents leave/change firms with the resulting license and education concerns.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN BASIC EMT7300 HOURS: 203.0 $65.00 Pre-requisite: Departmental permission required and entrance test or previous college course work. Test #157 administered in the Central High Testing Center, Levine Campus and at the North Campus. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED. LAB FEE CHARGED. THIS CLASS ALSO INCLUDES 12 HOURS ED AND MEDIC RIDE TIME.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42191) 07 CJ 119 (NORTH CAMPUS) MW 06:00P-10:00P 8/3-12/12 OE CJ 119 (NORTH CAMPUS) S 08:00A-05:00P 8/3-12/12 CJ 119 (NORTH CAMPUS) S 09:00A-01:00P 8/3-12/12 CLASS MEETS 6:00-9:00PM 12/9. SATURDAY CLASSES: 8/29, 9/19, 10/3, 11/14 9:001:00PM. 8/15, 12/12 8:00-5:00PM WITH 1 HOUR LUNCH. (42063) 06 LV 1320 (LEVINE CAMPUS) S 08:00A-05:00P 8/4-12/15 OE NO CLASS 11/26. SATURDAY CLASS DATES ARE 10/10, 12/5. 8 HOURS ONLINE (42082) 09 LV 1320 (LEVINE CAMPUS) S 08:00A-05:00P 8/4-12/17 OE LV 1320 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TTH 08:00A-12:00P 8/4-12/17 SATURDAY DATES ARE 10/3, 11/21. 4 HOURS ONLINE. (42063) 06 LV 1320 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TTH 06:00P-10:00P 8/4-12/15 OE NO CLASS 11/26. SATURDAY CLASS DATES ARE 10/10, 12/5. 8 HOURS ONLINE

EMT RENEWAL EMT7301 HOURS: 60.0 $175.00 This course will meet NCOEMS recertification guidelines for persons whosse certification has expired. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42062) 03 CJ 119 (NORTH CAMPUS)

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Real Estate Pre-Licensing REAL ESTATE BROKER ( PRE-LICENSING) REX7500 HOURS: 80.0 $175.00 This course is required to satisfy the educational requirements for a broker license and is designed to prepare the student to pass the real estate examination administered by the NC Real Estate Commission. Topics include: basic real estate principles and practices, law and contracts, financing, closing, valuation, fair housing, property management, taxation and math. This course also includes construction, land use, property insurance, environmental hazards, and real estate license laws, rules and regulations of the NC Real Estate Commision. This course is content intensive. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS. STUDENTS MUST ATTEND AT LEAST 80% OF CLASS TIME AND PASS THE COURSE TO RECEIVE A CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42369) 01 LV 3100 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TTH 05:30P-09:30P 8/18-11/3 OE CLASS WILL NOT MEET 8/25, 8/27, 9/17. (42371) 03 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) TTH 01:00P-05:00P 8/20-11/3 OE CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/17, 9/24. (42452) 02 CJ 119 (NORTH CAMPUS) MWF 09:00A-04:00P 8/21-9/25 OE 1 HOUR LUNCH, CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 9/16, 9/18. (42373) 04 H2 2126 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MWF 06:00P-10:00P 9/4-10/23 OE CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 9/16, 9/18. (42374) 05 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) MW 05:30P-09:30P 9/28-12/7 OE CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/14. (42377) 06 H2 2126 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MW 05:00P-10:00P 10/26-12/16 OE

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PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42363) 01 H2 2136 (HARRIS CAMPUS) MWF CLASS WILL NOT MEET 8/24, 8/26, 8/28, 9/7.

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BROKER POST-LICENSING COURSE - CONTRACTS AND CLOSINGS REX7108 HOURS: 30.0 $149.00 This 30-hour course is the second of three courses designed to assist “provisional” brokers to meet the 90-hour post-licensing educational requirements set by the NCREC. This course consists of a high-level of advanced instruction covering contracts and closing. It will also include license status and education issues. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED. MAY BE USED FOR ALL THREE POST LICENSING COURSES.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42364) 01 H2 2126 (HARRIS CAMPUS) TTH 05:30P-09:30P 11/10-12/8 SS CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26. LAST CLASS MEETS FOR 2 HOURS.

BROKER POST-LICENSING COURSE - SPECIAL TOPICS REX7109 HOURS: 30.0 $149.00 This 30-hour course is the third of three courses designed to assist the “provisional” broker to meet the 90-hour post-licensing requirements set by the NCREC. This course consists of a high-level of advanced instruction covering special topics. It includes land use controls, miscellaneous law issues, sale of undeveloped land, and other special topics. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED. MAY BE USED FOR ALL THREE POST LICENSING COURSES.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42365) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) TTH 05:30P-09:30P 11/5-12/3 SS CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26/09. LAST CLASS MEETS FOR 2 HOURS.

Continuing Education FHA/VA THRIVING AND SURVIVING REX7301 HOURS: 4.0 $39.00 The Federal Housing Administration, generally known as “FHA”, provides mortgage insurance on loans made by FHA-approved lenders throughout the United States and its territories. FHA insures mortgages on single family and multifamily homes including manufactured homes and hospitals. It is the largest insurer of mortgages in the world, insuring nearly 33 million properties since its inception in 1934. Students will gain insight of the FHA lending programs and learn the technical aspects of them. This course is approved by the NCREC and NCCOB for continued education. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42427) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS)

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TITLE INSURANCE FOR REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS MTG7402 HOURS: 4.0 $39.00 This course is designed for real estate brokers and lenders. It features a comprehensive explanation of why title insurance is important, who is involved in the insurance process and what paperwork is required. Attendees will review familiar principles of real estate law “the rights, title and interests” and relate them to the insuring of titles. This course is approved by the North Carolina Commissioner of Banks (NCCOB) and the SC Department of Consumer Affairs (SCDCA) and the NC Real Estate Commission (NCREC) for 4 hours of CE credit. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42418) 01 LV 2212 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 MORTGAGE FRAUD: A DANGEROUS BUSINESS MTG7405 HOURS: 4.0 $39.00 Mortgage Fraud is one of the fastest growing white-collar crimes in the U.S. While it may seem that mortgage fraud affects only those directly involved in the scams, this is not the case. Consumers pay the ultimate price with higher interest rates and fees for mortgage loans. This course is approved by the North Carolina Commmissioner of Banks (NCCOB), the SC Department of Consumer Affairs (SCDCA), and the NC Real Estate Commision (NCREC)for 4 hours of CE credit. It’s also an excellent course for consumers. Find out what you can do to identify potential fraud and take the necessary steps to prevent this epidemic from growing further.

HOW TO BUY A FORECLOSURE - DEAL OR NO DEAL? REX7307 HOURS: 3.0

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42425) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) (42426) 02 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS)

Whether buying or selling a home, you need to do a home inspection. As a seller, you want to know what’s wrong with your home so you can fix it before you put it on the market. As a buyer, you want to make sure the home you are looking at doesn’t have hidden problems. This course will give you a complete checklist of things to look for during an inspection. Topics include: commonly overlooked flaws, ways to spot leaking basements, ways to determine termite damage, how to check the plumming system, what to look for when checking the electrical outlets, how to spot leaks and how to check for any problems with the home’s cooling system.

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Professional & Personal Interest REAL ESTATE CRAM REVIEW REX7280 HOURS: 6.0 $39.00 This 6-hour courss has been designed to review all topics found on the North Carolina Real Estate Commission state exam including math and HUD-1 form. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42366) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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REAL ESTATE MATH REX7530 HOURS: 30.0 $60.00 The Real Estate Math course is a 30 hour course designed to teach students how to solve the most common real estate math formulas on the state pre-licensing exam. Students will learn simple approaches to correctly answer all types of real estate math problems, and will apply this knowledge by completing in-class practice problems and quizzes. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42378) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS)

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$39.00

This course is designed to help buyers and Realtors understand the differences regarding foreclosures. There are various types of foreclosed properties available to the average buyer. The information presented in this class is applicable for the Investor or First Time Home Buyer. Buying a foreclosed property can be a great deal - however - there are risks to consider, as well as, how much work is involved. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42473) 01 LV 1317 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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INSPECT BEFORE YOU BUY REX7308 HOURS: 3.0

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42475) 01 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) F

$39.00

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WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS - CREATIVE STRATEGIES FOR SELLING YOUR HOME IN A DOWN MARKET REX7309 HOURS: 3.0 $39.00 It’s a difficult market and you need to sell your home quickly and get the most money possible. Experts predict that the market may not completely turn around until 2012. If you can hold onto your real estate until then, great, but if you MUST sell, this course is for you. Professional Real Estate experts will guide you through creative and effective solutions to some of todays most challenging problems. In addition, you will gain a better understanding of value and the realitiy of selling a home in a down market. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42474) 01 TS 250 (NORTH CAMPUS)

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This course is a 16-hour comprehensive program designed to provide participants with the basic skills and working knowledge required to become unarmed security officers in North Carolina, as set forth in Chapter 74C of the North Carolina General Statutes. This course is designed to give participants the fundamental skills necessary to work as unarmed security officers. Students receive training in the functions of a security officer, legal issues for security officers, emergency response, communications, patrol procedures, field note taking and report writing, and deportment. Upon successful completion of the course, applicants will be eligible to apply for and work as unarmed security officers.

SATURDAYS 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. with one hour lunch break

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SERIES 6 & 63 REVIEW INX7404 HOURS: 21.0 $65.00 This course is designed as a review for individuals pursuing their Series 6 & 63 license through the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). It is also a great course for anyone wanting to learn more about their own personal investments. Upon completion students should be able to explain the laws applicable to variable annuities, mutual funds and Blue Sky transactions and pass both national exams.

Classroom Instruction

TEXTBOOK REQUIRED. TO REGISTER FOR THE SERIES 6 AND 63 EXAMS, YOU MUST BE SPONSORED BY A REGISTERED FINRA COMPANY.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42334) 01 LV 1237 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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SERIES 7 REVIEW INX7407 HOURS: 52.0 $175.00 Upon completion students should be able to describe the various equity markets, the types of equities, the tax advantages of various investments, the rules applying to client accounts, how margins work, short sales, and the economics that affect the equities market and taxation of securities transactions. Students should also be able to calculate conversions parity; transactions in margin accounts, financial ratios; read a consolidated tape and the financial news and complete a security analysis, read and understand applicable federal law and FINRA regulations and pass the Series 7 exam. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.TO REGISTER FOR THE SERIES 7 EXAM, YOU MUST BE SPONSORED BY A REGISTERED FINRA COMPANY.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42335) 01 H1 1120 (HARRIS CAMPUS)

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TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-10:00P 9/14-10/26 OE

Small Business SEE INSTITUTE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP

INTRODUCTION TO MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES AND LEARNING STYLES EDU7126 HOURS: 20.0 $90.00 Using Multiple Intelligence, this course explores theory and classroom practices for understanding how students learn. Experience how to access and teach to individual student learning styles. Develop lessons, activities and assessment tools to reach and teach all students. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42293) 85 ON LINE (INTERNET)

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BEST PRACTICES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION EDU7241 HOURS: 30.0 $125.00 The course will include theory, practical application, and insights, enabling the early childhood educator to incorporate developmentally appropriate practices into their classroom. Areas of focus include: identifying major benefits and the need for developmentally appropriate practices; increasing student initiated involvement through developmentally appropriate activities; assessing and modifying curriculum to better serve the needs of Pre-k children. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42317) 85 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS)

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TIME 05:30P-08:30P

DATES REFUND 9/14-10/5 SS

ACCOMMODATING DIVERSE LEARNERS EDU7324 HOURS: 20.0 $65.00 For teachers of diverse learners across grade levels and content areas. Learn strategies for teaching reading, writing, math, science, and social studies. Developing, selecting and modifying curriculum, along with concrete examples and recommendations will be provided. 10 contact hours=1 CEU. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42322) 10 H1 2113 (HARRIS CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 TEACHING CREATIVE MATH EDU7345 HOURS: 15.0 $65.00 This course will explore creative Mathematical Thinking and Learning. Topic areas include; looking at Math through the students eyes, effective teaching strategies to assure all students are successful in Math and creative ideas to reach reluctant learners. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42323) 10 LV 2314 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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TIME DATES REFUND 05:30P-08:30P 10/1-10/29 OE

STEPS TO SUCCESS IN AN ONLINE COURSE EDU7400 HOURS: 15.0 $65.00 Take an online course with confidence. This course will access and enhance your current technology skills, allow you to experience a Blackboard online course environment, and learn proven strategies to successfully complete your online course. Topic areas include; e-learning vocabulary, navigating through and online course, virtual communication, submitting assignments, online assessments, time management, exposure to several online learning environments, and general characteristics common to most online environments. This is a web enhanced class, email and internet access required. NO TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42326) 10 IT 3137 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) S IT 3137 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) T 30 MINUTE LUNCH SAT. 5 HOURS ONLINE.

TIME 09:00A-04:30P 05:30P-08:30P

DATES REFUND 8/18-8/22 OE 8/18-8/22

DIFFERENTIATING INSTRUCTION FOR ALL STUDENTS EDU7127 HOURS: 30.0 $125.00 This course will address the principles and strategies for differentiating instruction to provide success and challenge for academically-diverse students and to accommodate the needs of execeptional students in the classroom setting. 10 contact hours = 1 CEU. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42294) 85 ON LINE (INTERNET)

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SUCCESSFUL AND EFFECTIVE TEACHING EDU7260 HOURS: 30.0 $125.00 This course will focus on becoming an effective teacher through preparing the classroom, implementing discipline procedures, and maximizing learning time for students along with ways to grow professionally. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42319) 85 ON LINE (INTERNET)

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Reading Instruction READING WITH CHILDREN’S LITERATURE EDU7208 HOURS: 30.0 $125.00 This course will integrate children’s literature into the elementary school curriculum. Students will examine author themes, styles and purpose. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

Instructional Methodology

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42297) 85 ON LINE (INTERNET)

DISCIPLINE WITH DIGNITY EDU7257 HOURS: 30.0 $120.00 This course will focus on promoting student responsibility through social development rather than coercing students into making constructive changes in their behavior. Marvin Marshall’s “Raise Responsibility System” details theories behind the importance of reducing irresponsible behavior by viewing misbehavior as an academic difficulty and an opportunity to teach and learn. This approach creates a classroom in which students feel safe, enjoy learning and care for each other. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42327) 10 LV 2200 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 30 MINUTE LUNCH. NO CLASS 9/5

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DATES REFUND 8/15-9/26 OE

SPANISH FOR EDUCATORS EDU7309 HOURS: 20.0 $65.00 School administrators, teachers, counselors and support staff will build skills to communicate in Spanish with Hispanic students, parents and visitors. No prior Spanish necessary. 10 contact hours=1 CEU. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42321) 10 LV 1233 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 30 MINUTE LUNCH

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TIME DATES REFUND 09:00A-01:30P 10/24-11/21 OE

CAPTIVATE, ACTIVATE AND ENERGIZE STUDENTS EDU7352 HOURS: 20.0 $90.00 Explore research-based classroom strategies to arouse curiosity, promote participation, facilitate transitions, boost confidence, and enhance understanding and retention. Participants will discuss and actively engage in over 50 activities. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42324) 50 H2 2132 (HARRIS CAMPUS) W

TIME 05:15P-09:15P

DATES REFUND 10/7-11/4 SS

Online Courses MOTIVATING STUDENTS EDU7033 HOURS: 30.0 $125.00 Based on current theories of motivation from the field of Educational Psychology, this course will discuss underachievers and uninterested students as well as key concepts of personal and external factors that influence a student’s motivation to learn. Participants will develop practical classroom applications for individual learners at all grade levels. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42291) 85 ON LINE (INTERNET) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/5, 9/6, 9/7.

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ENRICHING READING THROUGH CREATIVE STRATEGIES EDU7223 HOURS: 30.0 $125.00 This course focuses on bringing creative strategies to teachers’ daily literacy instruction. It presesnts ideas and techniques that can be used in the elementary classroom in order to enrich reading practices and stimulate a passion for reading among students. Strategies are meant to support and engage children while teaching them about the various genres of literature, decoding, fluency and comprehension strategies, as well as strengthening the connection between reading and writing. Specific techniques are presented that are helpful when encouraging struggling or reluctant readers and writers, and may be taken immediately back to the classroom to increase student success. TEXT MAY BE REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42316) 50 H2 2130 (HARRIS CAMPUS) S 30 MINUTE LUNCH. NO CLASS 11/28

TIME 08:00A-04:00P

DATES REFUND 11/7-12/5 SS

READING IN ELEMENTARY CLASSROOMS EDU7353 HOURS: 30.0 $125.00 Elementary Reading presents successful approaches for teaching elementary reading across the curriculum. Topic areas include: phonics, comprehension skills, vocabulary building, and reading for pleasure, as well as approaches to addressing reading difficulties. Participants leave with a wealth of knowledge and an action plan they can use in their classroom. 10 contact hours=1 CEU. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42325) 85 ON LINE (INTERNET) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 11/26, 11/27, 11/28.

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Travel Professional LAUNCH YOUR TRAVEL CAREER TVL7500 HOURS: 18.0 $145.00 Are you interested in a second career in the field of travel and tourism? This course explores employment opportunities, skills needed for this service profession, a variety of travel suppliers, sales and marketing tools and what the future holds in store for the travel industry. Students have the option to take Become a Cruise Vacation Agent (TVL 8100) and/or Travel Reservations (TVL 8000) to earn a Certificate of Completion from CPCC. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42312) 20 H1 2240 (HARRIS CAMPUS) M

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-09:00P 9/21-10/26 SS

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Workforce Development - Fall 2009 TRAVEL RESERVATIONS TVL8000 HOURS: 63.0 $595.00 Take off on a career that feels like a vacation. Learn how to employ the technology used expansively throughout the travel and tourism industry. Students will be instructed on the Apollo/Galileo global distribution system. Upon completion, students have the option to take Home Based Travel Agent (TVL 8010) and receive a Travel Professional Certificate from CPCC. PURCHASE TRAVEL HANDBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42283) 20 H1 2240 (HARRIS CAMPUS) TTH

TIME 05:30P-09:00P

DATES REFUND 9/1-10/29 SS

BECOME A CRUISE VACATION AGENT TVL8100 HOURS: 21.0 $245.00 Fact: Twelve million people have taken a cruise in the last year. Are you one of them? If so, take the value of your cruise experience and use it to sell cruise vacation packages. The cruise lines have expanded to include diverse ports of call, new ship designs, more on board/on shore activities for universal appeal. You can profit from the cruise industry as we guide you through a new career opportunity. Upon completion, students have the option to take Launch Your Travel Career (TVL 7500) to receive a Cruise Sales Certificate for the Travel Professional. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42284) 20 H1 2240 (HARRIS CAMPUS) M

ON-LINE VACATION SPECIALIST CERTIFICATION TVL8510 HOURS: 120.0 $695.00 Enter the travel industry with the option to learn from home. The five online courses will provide the student with the knowledge to sell vacation packages. The five courses include: The Cruise Market, Developing Specialty Vacation Packages; Selling Vacation Packages and Tours; ASTA Family Travel Specialist, and ASTA Travel Marketing Specialist. The Students will have 15 weeks to complete the courses to receive the CPCC Vacation Specialist Certificate. Each course will take between 15 and 30 hours to complete. Once registered, students will receive a login ID and password to enter the course website. COURSE NOT SUPPORTED BY CPCC TECHNOLOGY SERVICES.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42314) 85 ON LINE (INTERNET)

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-09:00P 11/2-12/14 SS

ON-LINE TRAVEL PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION TVL8500 HOURS: 120.0 $800.00 Looking for a career option that fits your schedule? “Log On” for a certificate designed for the future travel professional. The six online courses provide an overview of the travel industry, terminology, expansion of product knowledge to plan and book air travel, and create reservations using the Sabre 174 RTS. Students will have 15 weeks to complete six on-line courses to receive the CPCC Travel Certificate. Each course will take between 15 and 30 hours to complete. Once registered, students will receive a log in ID and password to enter the course website. COURSE NOT SUPPORTED BY CPCC TECHNOLOGY SERVICES.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42313) 85 ON LINE (INTERNET)

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CPCC Login Account: allows you to login to CPCC's many personalized online services; is required to register for classes online; used to access online content for classes; and to login to computers in CPCC's many computer labs on campus.

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Corporate & Corporate Continuing&Education Continuing - Personal Education Interests - Fall 2009 - Summer 2009

Personal Interest Arts BROADWAY DANCE - TAP AAC8000 HOURS: 35.0 $100.00 This course provides the fundamentals of elementary tap dance technique. Emphasis is placed on sounds, rhythms, terminology, and body placement. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate significant progress in elementary tap skills. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41924) 01 OC 300 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) MW CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 10/12.

TIME 05:30P-06:45P

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SO, YOU’VE ALWAYS WANTED TO PLAY THE HARP? AAC8006 HOURS: 12.0 $105.00 This course introduces students to the most important basic principles of playing folk harp. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41936) 01 SL 200 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) M CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/12.

TIME 06:30P-07:30P

DATES REFUND 9/14-12/7 SS

FOLK HARP ENSEMBLE AAC8007 HOURS: 18.0 $112.50 This course is designed to provide harp students with an opportunity for learning new repertoire from the traditional folk music idiom in a supportive ensemble environment. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41934) 01 SL 200 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) M CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/12.

TIME 07:45P-09:15P

DATES REFUND 9/14-12/7 SS

PIANO FOR BEGINNERS AAC8018 HOURS: 16.0 $62.50 This adult education class as one geared toward learning to play the piano for the fun of it. There are lots of adults out there who say, “I wish I would have learned to play the piano when I was a kid.” It’s truly never too late to do a thing like that, and it is fun too. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41933) 02 LV 1309 (LEVINE CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/5.

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VOX CHORAL ENSEMBLE AAC8020 HOURS: 27.5 $117.20 Vox is 16-member, SATB (4 per part), fully professional chorus, sponsored by the Firebird Arts Alliance and Central Piedmont Community College PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41931) 01 SL 101 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) M

TIME DATES REFUND 07:00P-09:30P 9/14-11/23 SS

DANCE PERFORMANCE AAC8025 HOURS: 42.0 $110.00 This course will allow the student to maintain and improve ballet technique for a performance. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41930) 01 SL 221 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) MW CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7.

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-07:30P 8/24-11/30 SS

VOCAL ENSEMBLE AVO8722 HOURS: 45.0 $59.00 The North Mecklenburg Community Chorus is an outlet for learning and performing various styles of music in Christmas concerts and on stage in an annual spring revue. Participants have fun learning, share a love for music, and enjoy performing wholesome entertainment for the community. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41925) 01 CJ 131 (NORTH CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7, 10/12.

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Automotive BASIC SMALL ENGINES AUX7003 HOURS: 24.0 $130.00 This class is designed to teach basic skills needed to overhaul small engines such as those found in lawn mowers, weed eaters, chain saws, and leaf blowers. Participants may bring their own small engines for class projects. This class is a prerequisite to Aux 7004 (Small Engine Overhaul). PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41976) 03 TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS)

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BASIC SMALL ENGINE OVERHAUL AUX7004 HOURS: 24.0 $130.00 Gain the skills needed to fix small engines such as those found in lawn mowers, weed eaters, chain saws, and leaf blowers. Fix small engines yourself and save money! Participants may bring their own small engines for class projects. The prerequisite to Small Engine Overhaul is Aux 7003 Basic Small Engines. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41799) 03 TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS)

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AUTO EMPOWERMENT AUX8016 HOURS: 9.0 $130.00 This course is designed to provide the basic knowledge someone needs to safely jumpstart a car, check car fluids, change wiper blades, oil filters, and tires. Anyone who drives a car can benefit from this course! INSURANCE REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (41975) 02 TS 126 (NORTH CAMPUS) (41797) 50 JH 1140 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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BASIC AUTO BODY REPAIR AND RESTORATION AUX9000 HOURS: 128.0 $600.00 Do you enjoy the hobby of car restoration? If so, this is the course for you! CPCC will provide the expertise, space and equipment necessary for automobile restoration. You provide the car, supplies, and willingness to learn! Course information includes dent repair, rust removal, panel replacement and refinishing. For other auto body classes call 704-330-4223.

CPCC AND CORNELIUS... Partners in our community! CPCC thanks Cornelius PARC Department for their generosity in providing the use of facilities for Personal Interest classes.

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PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (41778) 01 TS 151 (NORTH CAMPUS) F TS 151 (NORTH CAMPUS) S CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/4, 9/5, 11/27, 11/28.

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BASIC AUTOBODY RESTORATION AUX9100 HOURS: 64.0 $400.00 This course covers safety, tools, and advance body repair and restoration. Topics include shop safety, damage analogies, tools and equipment, advance repair techniques, and material selection. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42126) 01 TS 151 (NORTH CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/4, 11/27

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PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42280) 01 CA 200 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) S

Charlotte Cooks BASIC CHINESE COOKING CKG7000 HOURS: 12.0 $125.00 Chef and Hong Kong native Alice Jenks returns to Charlotte Cooks kitchen by students’ popular request. Join Alice as she demonstrates how easy it is to prepare Chinese food. You’ll leave with the confidence to prepare a variety of popular dishes, including Sweet and Sour Chicken, Chinese fried rice, Chicken Lo Mein, Stir Fried Beef and much more! You will also enjoy a class field trip to an oriental market and Dim Sum Restaurant. As a bonus, you’ll take a Charlotte Cooks Collection recipe booklet. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42295) 20 H1 1127 (HARRIS CAMPUS)

HEALTHY FROM HOME-SEASONAL EATS CKG7515 HOURS: 3.0 $85.00 Get creative cooking seasonal fruits and vegetables from your garden or local farmers market. We will focus on the selection of foods that are available in our region for each growing season. Reap the benefits of better health for the individual, the family and the environment by adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet. You will take home a Charlotte Cooks recipe booklet that will show you how easy and affordable it is to prepare in your home kitchen.

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THE ART OF HOME CANNING CKG7600 HOURS: 4.0 $85.00 During this tough economy, learn how to beat rising food prices by shopping your local farmers’ market and then preserving your own food. We will demonstrate how you can use the fresh, locally grown produce to create your own healthy pantry by canning your own foods. See how easy and economical it is to preserve food which you’ll enjoy throughout the year. Take with you instructions on methods of canning with easy to follow recipes and tasty treats that you take home with you. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42309) 20 H1 1127 (HARRIS CAMPUS)

INDIAN VEGETARIAN COOKING CKG7003 HOURS: 7.0 $95.00 Indian cooking is less foreign than you may think. Most ingredients and foods that play key roles in an Indian diet are vegetables, flatbreads, rice, legumes, and yogurt. Add in a myriad of great spices distinctly unique to this culture, along with pickles and chutneys, and you are ready to create a refreshing authentic Indian meal. So what are you waiting for? Sign up today and excite your palate with one of the most profound cooking styles in the world. You’ll also enjoy a learners’ trip to an Indian restaurant and a grocery store – a popular feature among the Charlotte Cooks course.

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SOUPS, STOCKS AND MORE! CKG7101 HOURS: 5.0 $85.00 Soups and stocks are great to have on hand; they're so easy and inexpensive to make! Let the Charlotte Cooks chef explain step-by-step how you can make your own simply by combining base flavors, select ingredients and then simmering to bring out the intensity you want. Essential know-how for all home cooks, making stocks will let you create great soups and main dishes, plus perk up any store-bought or so-so recipes as you take control the fats and sodium. You’ll also take home a Charlotte Cooks Collection booklet filled with recipes for a variety of hearty, delectable soups and stocks. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42281) 01 CA 221 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) S

TIME DATES REFUND 09:00A-02:00P 10/17-10/17 SS

KNIFE SKILLS CKG7102 HOURS: 4.0 $95.00 Learn how to select, sharpen, care for and properly use an assortment of kitchen knives. Many useful knife techniques will be covered including mincing, shopping, dicing, brunoise, julienne, chiffonade and boning. This class is hands on and students are expected to bring to class a chef and paring knife. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42311) 20 CA 221 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) S

TIME DATES REFUND 09:00A-01:00P 10/24-10/24 SS

HEALTHY FROM HOME-BABY’S FIRST SOLID FOODS CKG7105 HOURS: 3.0 $59.00 You want what is best for your baby’s first bites. Where do you start? In this workshop, a registered dietician will give you advice and planning help on what foods to offer and when. You will learn about nutritious alternatives to the high salt and processed sugars from the supermarket- ones that you prepare in your own kitchen. You will take home a Charlotte Cooks recipe booklet that will show you how easy and affordable it is to prepare healthy foods in your home kitchen. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42285) 30 TS 246 (NORTH CAMPUS) (42286) 40 LV 2200 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Personal Interest - Fall 2009 TASTY FIRST BITES FROM AROUND THE WORLD CKG8120 HOURS: 3.0 $85.00 Whether you entertain two or 20, you need a repertoire of easy and impressive first dishes. Small, savory appetizers served as “first courses” are usually one or two bites and can be served hot or cold. This special seminar event is your chance to learn and to be a food critic for the evening. You’ll enjoy a glass of wine as you taste appetizers from world cuisines, prepared simply and using minimal ingredients. Come hungry and prepare to share appetizers that look as delicious as they taste. As a bonus, you’ll take home a Charlotte Cooks Collection recipe booklet. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42282) 20 CA 200 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) F

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GINGERBREAD HOUSE CKG8306 HOURS: 8.0 $105.00 Are you ready to create your own candy studded colorful gingerbread house for the holidays? During the first class, you will bake your gingerbread, design and cut your patterns; in the second class you will prepare the decorating icing, assemble and decorate your house. Supplies will be discussed in the first class. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42306) 20 H1 1142 (HARRIS CAMPUS)

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HOLIDAY COOKIES CKG8307 HOURS: 4.0 $85.00 How many times have you heard, don’t ruin your dinner? The aroma of fresh baked cookies brings your family rushing to the kitchen as they devour cookies straight from the oven. Add to your cookie collection with a variety of recipes prepared in assorted styles, which can range from tender-crisp to soft. You will prepare lots of cookies to share with family and friends. You’ll also take home a Charlotte Cooks Collection booklet filled with recipes that you learn and more. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42308) 20 H1 1142 (HARRIS CAMPUS)

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CHOCOLATE UNROBED CKG8309 HOURS: 3.0 $95.00 Whether it’s a velvety raspberry truffle or a piece of English Toffee, this delicious class will show you how to make the best candies and confections imaginable. You will leave class with delectable candies that will amaze and please family and friends. You’ll also take home a Charlotte Cooks Collection booklet filled with recipes that you learn and more. Skip lunch! PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42292) 20 H1 1142 (HARRIS CAMPUS)

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BREAD BAKING 101 CKG8310 HOURS: 5.0 $115.00 Bread is little more than flour, yeast, and water. It is a technique, knowledge of bread’s “lifecycle” and a good sense of touch that makes a great loaf of bread. In this beginners’ bread baking class, learn everything you need to know to start baking great loaves in your own home. You’ll also take home a Charlotte Cooks Collection booklet filled with recipes that you learn and more. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42287) 20 H1 1142 (HARRIS CAMPUS)

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DATES REFUND 11/7-11/7 SS

CAKE DECORATING I CKG8315 HOURS: 10.0 $95.00 Baking cakes for special occasions is a way to show your talent as well as your affection. Practice the techniques of the Wilton Method of Cake Decorating and learn how to prepare icing, execute simple borders and create beautiful roses. A SUPPLY LIST PROVIDED FIRST NIGHT OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42289) 40 LV 1218 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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PIZZA, PIZZA AND MORE! CKG8325 HOURS: 3.0 $90.00 The key to preparing savory pizza starts with the pizza dough. Our Charlotte Cooks pastry chef will demonstrate the steps for mixing, rising and shaping the pizza dough. Once you try it, you’ll be hooked on this international favorite. Learn about the variety of sauces and toppings and how to oven bake or grill your pizzas. You’ll also take home a Charlotte Cooks Collection booklet filled with recipes that you learn and more. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42279) 20 H1 1142 (HARRIS CAMPUS)

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EDIBLE HOLIDAY DECORATIONS CKG8425 HOURS: 4.0 $85.00 Delight in trimming your house for the holidays as you create your own holiday memories with edible ornaments. Some of the fun-filled items you’ll learn to prepare are tasty foods for your candy dish, salt dough ornaments and a holiday wreath. You will take home a Charlotte Cooks Collection recipe booklet. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42304) 20 H1 1142 (HARRIS CAMPUS)

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WINE FUNDAMENTALS CERTIFICATE LEVEL 1 AND 2 WNE8000 HOURS: 72.0 $0.00 Chocolate, cherry, and cloves, but leather? Perhaps. Designed for the novice wine enthusiast, this introductory course by the International Sommelier Guild gives you the knowledge and understanding to better enjoy wines or to pursue a career in hospitality. You will learn to taste as a professional and study the components of wine appearance, aroma, flavor, and the many grape varieties. Weekly, you will taste wines from around the world discerning their characteristics. Registration forms and payment for the course is required through the ISG website at www.internationalsommelier.com STUDENT REGISTRATION AND $1500.00 PAYMENT IS HANDLED BY THE INTERNATIONAL SOMMELIER GUILD.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42525) 500 CA 232 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) SU 12:00P-06:30P 10/4-1/17 SS 30 MINUTE LUNCH CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/11, 11/29, 12/27, 1/3.

Dance SOCIAL DANCE FOR BEGINNERS REC8211 HOURS: 10.0 $100.00 Steps, music and so much more! Dancing combines fun, exercise, social interaction, and mental stimulation to enhance your health, confidence, relaxation, and self-expression. This popular class will help get you started by introducing four dances: Foxtrot, Swing, Cha-Cha, and Waltz. Upon completion, participants will understand leading and following at a beginning level for social dancing. Learn approximately 4-5 steps in each dance to get you started in a great all-around exercise and give you confidence for any social event. WEAR COMFORTABLE SHOES WITH LEATHER SOLES. STUDENTS SHOULD ENROLL WITH A PARTNER. REGISTER INDIVIDUALLY.

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SOCIAL DANCE FOR WOMEN REC8216 HOURS: 9.0 $125.00 Ready to step out? YES! It’s “Girls Only” in this class designed for fun, great exercise, and to boost your personal confidence in dancing with future partners. You’ll learn the rhythm of dance and the basic female steps to follow the male lead. Practice and find comfort among friends as you perfect the basic steps in popular and traditional dances, including the Swing, Foxtrot, Rumba, Cha-Cha and Waltz and one additional dance, such as the Tango. WEAR COMFORTABLE SHOES WITH LEATHER SOLES.

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EGYPTIAN BELLY DANCE REC8600 HOURS: 12.0 $110.00 Belly dancing is a wonderful, fun way to exercise and celebrate the human form in all shapes and sizes. This ancient art form is performed to celebrate life, beauty, and creativity. Music is an integral part of the dance, which evolved as preparation for childbirth, “or from the belly, the source of life.” Today, belly dancing is highly regarded as a fun way to strengthen core muscles and keep fit. You’ll learn to isolate movements and control individual parts of the body, including arms and hands. WEAR COMFORTABLE LOOSE FITTING CLOTHING THAT DOES NOT RESTRICT YOUR MOVEMENT.

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Personal Interest - Fall 2009 BEGINNING SHAG REC8955 HOURS: 10.5 $105.00 Shag is the beloved and official dance of both Carolinas and a favorite at the beach, local clubs, and parties. This fun-filled beginner class gets you up to speed with the fundamental steps in shag dancing: basic 8-count, start, turn, pivot, lean and boogie walk, crossover, sugar foot and bellyroll. WEAR COMFORTABLE SHOES WITH LEATHER SOLES. STUDENTS SHOULD ENROLL WITH A PARTNER. REGISTER INDIVIDUALLY.

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LET THE BUYER BEWARE ECO8201 HOURS: 3.0 $20.00 If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is. This course is a must for savvy consumers. Learn how to protect yourself and your family from rip-offs, bogus deals, and other consumer headaches. This course will give - you - the buyer, the tools needed to make wise decisions in today’s marketplace. Topics cover most major expenses, from buying a new car to buying a home, paying for college, or booking a cruise. Participants will receive a copy of the GSA Consumer Action Handbook. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42354) 01 LV 2200 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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IDENTITY THEFT: PREVENTION & SURVIVAL ECO8204 HOURS: 3.0 $20.00 Identity Theft claimed over 10 million victims last year. Law-enforcement authorities call it the fastest growing crime in our country today. For a criminal, identity theft is a relatively low-risk, high-reward endeavor. Consequently, most victims don’t even know how it happened or who stole their financial information. Find out what steps you need to take to keep from becoming a statistic and what recourse you have if you are a victim. Arm yourself with knowledge and take control of your personal information. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42355) 01 LV 2200 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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RETIREMENT PLANNING TODAY ECO8205 HOURS: 6.0 $35.00 Retirement planning has taken on a much greater importance as life expectancies have increased. People are retiring earlier, active retirement life styles have multiplied and traditional defined retirement benefit programs are declining. People have many options for financing their retirement, but many people don’t actually take the time to plan how they will live during their retirement years. Without a clear plan it is difficult to prepare financially for the next chapter of life. This course will review the traditional view of retirement and then look ahead to the new view of retirement with new opportunities and additional responsibilities. The first step is to create a retirement vision and then realistically look at expenses, income sources, roadblocks and risk management. This course is appropriate for people just starting out in their careers, as well as people considering retirement. Note: All CPCC Financial Education classes are taught for education purposes only - solicitation is not permitted. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42356) 01 LV 2150 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42357) 02 LV 2150 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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SELF-HELP: CREDIT REPAIR WORKSHOP ECO8206 HOURS: 4.0 $20.00 Credit plays an important role in our society. It is often misunderstood and misused, which can have a negative impact on our lives for many years. The purpose of this class is to provide a basic understanding of credit reports. Participants will learn about important credit legislation and the truth about credit counseling, debt management, and bankruptcy program. Participants will also learn the right way to correct and restore their credit. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42358) 01 LV 2200 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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SELF-HELP: IMPROVING YOUR CREDIT SCORE ECO8207 HOURS: 4.0 $20.00 Credit scores are utilized by creditors, insurance companies, employers and even licensing agencies as a tool to determine a person’s creditworthiness and character. Unfortunately, many people do not fully understand the importance of this three-digit number. This class will examine credit scores and their potential impact on someone?s future. Participants will learn to improve and maintain good credit scores. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42359) 01 LV 2215 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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HOW TO SET UP AND MAINTAIN A PERSONAL BUDGET FOR FINANCIAL SUCCESS! ECO8208 HOURS: 4.0 $20.00 Many people live paycheck to paycheck without realizing where each dollar is spent. As a result, consumer debt has increased and financial goals are never met. The purpose of this class is to provide the participants with the knowledge to develope and maintain a workable financial budget. The class also discusses ways to reduce expenses and add income in order to meet budgetary needs. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42361) 01 LV 2212 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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HOW TO GET OUT AND STAY OUT OF DEBT ECO8209 HOURS: 4.0 $20.00 Consumer debt has increased substantially over the last decade, putting financial stress on families. The purpose of this class is to explain the negative effects of uncontrolled debt and how to use credit wisely. This course will provide fundamental tools for reducing overall consumer debt PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42362) 01 LV 2218 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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INVESTING FOR LIFE ECO8250 HOURS: 10.0 $45.00 New and more experienced investors alike will benefit from discussions on planning and setting investment goals. Survey stocks, mutual funds, IRA’s, government bonds and tax saving investments. Start here and get a handle on your financial future. All CPCC Financial Education classes are taught for education purposes only. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42351) 01 H2 2101 (HARRIS CAMPUS) T

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TAKING STOCK ECO8254 HOURS: 8.0 $45.00 This class will take an introductory look at what stock ownership means: the different classes of stocks, how best to analyze the stocks you have, and how to pick stocks with the best chance of giving you a winning return on your investment. Also discussed is how using stocks in a portfolio can help investors reach their investment goal using Fundamental and Technical Analysis. All CPCC Financial Education classes are taught for education purposes only. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42352) 01 TBA TBA (CATO CAMPUS)

TIME DATES REFUND 06:30P-09:30P 11/3-11/10 SS 09:00A-12:00P 11/7-11/14 SS

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TAI-CHI FOR HEALTH LLI7058 HOURS: 10.0 $65.00 Tai-Chi has long been practiced for its many healthy benefits. It has been shown to improve strength, balance, coordination, and circulation. Participants have used Tai-Chi as part of their treatment for arthritis, joint stiffness, hypertension, and diabetes. This beginner’s course will provide an introduction to the healthy experience of Tai-Chi. PH.CODE SEC (42198) 01 (42518) 02 (42519) 03

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B.L.T. FITNESS REC8108 HOURS: 5.0 $35.00 Are you ready to hit below the belt? Backside, Legs, and Thighs is a concentrated class that provides 30 minutes of targeted exercises. This low-impact class is a great place to start your journey to better health, and a great addition to any fitness program. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42199) 01 CJ 117 (NORTH CAMPUS)

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HIP-HOP/LATIN DANCE AEROBICS REC8109 HOURS: 10.0 $65.00 Looking for a new way to exercise? Dance it off! Learn a mixture of both Hip-Hop and Latin dance fitness routines. Get a great workout while learning a few new dance steps. Move to the exciting rhythms of both Hip-Hop and Latin sounds while burning calories and creating strength and muscle endurance. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42200) 01 LV 1200 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Personal Interest - Fall 2009 PILATES FOR BEGINNERS REC8115 HOURS: 10.0 $70.00 This course introduces the basic discipline of Pilates. Topics include proper breathing techniques, flexibility, reaching deep muscles for strengthening and toning, and achieving correct body postures.

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DRESS COMFORTABLY. BRING MAT, BLANKET, OR LARGE TOWEL.

FLORAL DESIGNS AVO8573 HOURS: 18.0 $125.00 Express your creativity in the ever popular art of floral design. As you create beautiful arrangements in fresh or silk flowers, you will learn proper care and handling techniques, the elements and principles of design and basic flower arranging skills. Topics include conditioning fresh flowers, using floral foam, tape, wire, and more. Bring in outside supplies (even from your own gardens!) to finish arrangements in varying styles as you work under the guidance of our expert instructor. This fun and informative course is designed for beginners, but open to all skill levels.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42201) 01 (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) W (42202) 02 LV 1200 (LEVINE CAMPUS) W

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-07:00P 9/9-11/11 SS 07:30P-08:30P 9/16-11/18 SS

INTRODUCTION TO CARDIO KICK BOXING REC8117 HOURS: 10.0 $65.00 Sick of staring at the treadmill or the TV? Looking for a not-so-boring workout alternative? Cardio Kickboxing is an up-tempo invigorating style of aerobics. You get a full body, high-energy workout of boxing and kickboxing without sparring or body contact. This introductory course will cover the basic technique and combinations. Benefits include cardio endurance, muscle strength, flexibility, and increased metabolism. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42203) 01 LV 1200 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42204) 02 CJ 117 (NORTH CAMPUS)

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BOOTCAMP FITNESS REC8118 HOURS: 9.0 $60.00 Add variety to your fitness regimen! Sign up for Bootcamp Fitness, a military style, motivational training class that’s packed with fun and energizing activities designed to help students reach their fitness goals. This class brings the discipline and training of our armed forces to regular people who are looking for a new and fun way to get in shape. Based on activity drills from military physical training, boot camp fitness can provide an intense physical workout in a very short period of time that challenges both the cardiovascular system and the larger muscles of the body. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42205) 01 LV 2202 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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TIME DATES REFUND 08:00A-09:30P 9/12-10/17 SS

STRENGTH AND STABILITY REC8200 HOURS: 10.0 $65.00 Join us in this combination of low-impact exercises to improve your strength and balance. Improving muscular strength and coordination is proven to boost your overall health and maintain a healthy active lifestyle. Activities are designed to address the common needs of overall strength and stability while working at your own pace and skill level. The class will use techniques taken from a variety of disciplines and use tools, including stability balls and hand weights. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42214) 01 LV 1200 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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YOGA FOR BEGINNERS REC8301 HOURS: 15.0 $95.00 Learn the tradition of Yoga. For 5,000 years Yoga has been used to enhance one’s physical and mental well-being.This course introduces the basic discipline of Yoga. Topics include proper breathing techniques, relaxation and correct body positions. DRESS COMFORTABLY. BRING MAT, BLANKET OR LARGE TOWEL.

PH.CODE SEC (42274) 02 (42207) 01 (42208) 03

LOCATION DAY(S) (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) W LV 1200 (LEVINE CAMPUS) M TS 153 (NORTH CAMPUS) T

TIME DATES REFUND 07:15P-08:45P 9/9-11/11 SS 07:30P-09:00P 9/14-11/16 SS 07:00P-08:30P 9/15-11/17 SS

INTRODUCTION TO TAI CHI REC8860 HOURS: 33.0 $185.00 Learn the fundamental principles that are the foundation of Tai Chi.Tai Chi is a gentle art form, practiced for thousands of years, that conditions both mind and body. Students will be guided by one of the areas leading instructors in traditional Tai Chi exercises, including form movements, breathing exercises, and the basics of Chi Gong, as it relates to Tai Chi. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42186) 01 CL 1121 (NORTH CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7.

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Creative Interiors

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WEDDING FLOWERS AVO8575 HOURS: 18.0 $125.00 Planning a wedding? Discover floral techniques and secrets to create your own arrangements. Focus will be on bridal bouquets, corsages, boutonnieres, and altar arrangements. A supply list will be provided in the first class. BASIC FLOWER ARRANGING TECHNIQUES REQUIRED. STUDENTS RESPONSIBLE FOR PURCHASING SUPPLIES. A SUPPLY LIST PROVIDED FIRST NIGHT OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42233) 40 LV 1210 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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HOME DECORATING BASICS HMK8300 HOURS: 18.0 $115.00 Obsessed with decorating shows on TV, but not sure where or how to begin? Study the elements of home decorating and complete several in-class, hands-on activities to help you launch your own projects. Class time will include several outside field trips to supplement in-class learning. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS AT LEVINE CAMPUS BOOKSTORE.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42255) 40 LV 1235 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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HOME DECORATING RELOADED HMK8301 HOURS: 12.0 $90.00 Ready to conceptualize and understand deeper the essentials of decorating? Revisit the topics in Home Decorating Basics with a heightened awareness. Explore furniture styles; new vs. antiques, kitchen design, window treatments and flooring, paint products and the psychology of color, and the use of art or accessories to maximize your room decor for an overall sense of making your house a home. PREREQUISITE: HMK 8300 OR PREVIOUS DECORATING EXPERIENCE.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42256) 40 LV 1235 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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HOME STAGING BASICS SLF7200 HOURS: 4.0 $75.00 Whether you’re a homeowner trying to sell your own house or a real estate professional looking to push sales, this session is for you. The half-day seminar will focus on the psychology of what truly makes a home stand out in today’s competitive market. Learn the insiders’ tips and techniques to decorate, market and properly stage a home. Even if you’re not selling, the techniques learned in this class will help to create a warm, inviting environment for your daily living, Class is taught by certified Feng Shui Home Staging Professionals. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42266) 01 H2 2101 (HARRIS CAMPUS) S

CONTINUING TAI CHI REC8960 HOURS: 33.0 $185.00 Participants will refine the fundamental principles that are the foundation of Tai Chi. Experienced students will continue to learn and practice traditional Tai Chi exercises, including movement sets, advanced breathing exercises, relaxation techniques, meditation techniques, advanced Chi Gong practices and practical application of Tai Chi principles. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42187) 01 CL 1121 (NORTH CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7.

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DATES REFUND 8/17-12/9 SS

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TIME 09:00A-01:00P

DATES REFUND 9/12-9/12 SS

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Sewing, crafts, writing, cooking, and more

ORGANIC GARDENING FOR THE FALL AND WINTER SEASONS GDN8050 HOURS: 12.0 $95.00 Fall is a busy time in Piedmont gardens; it’s time to grow collards and lettuce and build your soil through leaf composting. Organic and ecological gardening can help you create the beautiful, healthy landscape and garden of your dreams, without relying on expensive and dangerous pesticides and chemicals. The fall organic gardening class emphasizes compost making, soil building and preparation techniques, as well as cool season vegetables, flowers and herbs. Topics covered include basic selecting, pruning and transplanting of landscape plants (including fruit crops), fall/winter clean-up, ecological disease, and weed and pest control. These six fun, hands-on outdoor classes teach you how to succeed as an organic and ecological gardener in Charlotte. Our focus is on practical information you can use immediately in your own garden and follows a philosophy of working with Nature as a partner. Dress for gardening. Good things to bring to class: gardening gloves and water to drink. 1ST CLASS MEETS AT CATO. REMAINDER AT REEDY CREEK COMMUNITY GARDEN.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42252) 01 HO 112 (CATO CAMPUS) (42253) 02 HO 112 (CATO CAMPUS)

DAY(S) T TH

TIME 06:00P-08:00P 06:00P-08:00P

DATES REFUND 8/25-9/29 SS 8/27-10/1 SS

COMPOSTING WORKSHOP GDN8054 HOURS: 2.0 $35.00 In this workshop you will learn how to turn your yard waste into beneficial, economical organic mulch. Learn why composting is especially good for our growing zone; composting loosens clay soil, improves the soil’s fertility, retains moisture, provides nutritious food for your plants, and best of all is practically free to make! Note: Please dress to work in a garden type environment; class time is a combination of lecture and hands on composting. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42254) 01 HO 112 (CATO CAMPUS)

DAY(S) S

TIME 10:00A-12:00P

DATES REFUND 12/5-12/5 SS

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Landscaping/Gardening PLANNING YOUR OWN HOME LANDSCAPE DESIGN GDN7050 HOURS: 15.0 $100.00 Before you design the home landscape of your dreams or renovate the one you have, ask yourself a few questions: Do you want low-maintenance? Privacy? Play areas? Learn what questions to ask as you discover the process of landscape design. This course will give you all the tools and confidence you need to plan your own home landscape, whether it’s a new landscape or reclaiming one that no longer suits you. Site analysis, basic design principles, drawing and layout, suggested plants and more in this informative class. Suggested Supplemental Text: Landscape Plants of the Southeast-Halfacre/Shawcroft. STUDENTS RESPONSIBLE FOR PURCHASING SUPPLIES. A SUPPLY LIST PROVIDED FIRST NIGHT OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42248) 40 LV 2215 (LEVINE CAMPUS) CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/7.

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TIME DATES REFUND 06:30P-09:00P 8/31-10/12 SS

PLANNING YOUR HOME LANDSCAPE DESIGN II GDN7150 HOURS: 10.0 $85.00 Expand on your existing yard or plans developed in GDN 7050 in this level II class that includes a field trip, on site evaluations and a short video on landscape installation techniques. A randomly selected student’s yard will be used for an evaluation and design recommendations. Drafting techniques and design approaches will also be discussed. STUDENTS TO PROVIDE THEIR OWN DRAFTING SUPPLIES.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42250) 40 LV 2215 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

DAY(S) M

TIME DATES REFUND 06:30P-09:00P 10/26-11/16 SS

INTRODUCTION TO SEWING HMK8757 HOURS: 18.0 $155.00 Afraid of needles? Don’t be! Discover the world of sewing in this introductory class that will teach you about choosing fabrics, patterns and the supplies needed to begin sewing. Machines are provided to get you started! STUDENTS RESPONSIBLE FOR PURCHASING SUPPLIES. A SUPPLY LIST PROVIDED FIRST NIGHT OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC (42260) 50 (42258) 40 (42259) 41

LOCATION DAY(S) (CORNELIUS ARTS CENTER) W LV 1218 (LEVINE CAMPUS) W LV 1218 (LEVINE CAMPUS) S

MADE TO FIT - EASY ALTERATIONS AND RE- STYLING HMK8741 HOURS: 12.5 $120.00 Found a bargain, but it doesn’t quite suit you? Don’t toss it aside, re-style it! Learn quick and easy ways to make new or gently worn clothing fit. Plus, you’ll learn skills needed to re-style yesterday’s fashions (think thrift shops!) with a creative flair all your own. Participants should enter with basic machine sewing skill, but you will be guided in hands-on instruction to take your sewing skills to the next level as you master money-saving alteration techniques. BRING A GARMENT NEEDING ALTERATION OR REPAIR TO THE FIRST CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42257) 40 LV 1218 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

DAY(S) M

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-08:30P 9/28-10/26 SS

Lifelong Learning Institute Health and Wellness STRENGTH AND STABILITY REC8200 HOURS: 10.0 $65.00 Join us in this combination of low-impact exercises to improve your strength and balance. Improving muscular strength and coordination is proven to boost your overall health and maintain a healthy active lifestyle. Activities are designed to address the common needs of overall strength and stability while working at your own pace and skill level. The class will use techniques taken from a variety of disciplines and use tools, including stability balls and hand weights. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42214) 01 LV 1200 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-09:00P 8/26-9/30 SS 06:00P-08:30P 9/2-10/14 SS 10:00A-01:00P 9/19-10/24 SS

DAY(S) TH

TIME 01:30P-02:30P

DATES REFUND 9/17-11/19 SS

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Personal Interest - Fall 2009 TAI-CHI FOR HEALTH LLI7058 HOURS: 10.0 $65.00 Tai-Chi has long been practiced for its many healthy benefits. It has been shown to improve strength, balance, coordination, and circulation. Participants have used Tai-Chi as part of their treatment for arthritis, joint stiffness, hypertension, and diabetes. This beginner’s course will provide an introduction to the healthy experience of Tai-Chi. PH.CODE SEC (42198) 01 (42518) 02 (42519) 03

LOCATION DAY(S) LV 1200 (LEVINE CAMPUS) T CL 1121 (NORTH CAMPUS) TH (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) M

TIME DATES REFUND 01:30P-02:30P 9/8-11/10 SS 01:30P-02:30P 9/10-11/12 SS 07:00P-08:00P 9/21-11/23 SS

YOGA FOR BEGINNERS REC8301 HOURS: 15.0 $95.00 Learn the tradition of Yoga. For 5,000 years Yoga has been used to enhance one’s physical and mental well-being.This course introduces the basic discipline of Yoga. Topics include proper breathing techniques, relaxation and correct body positions. DRESS COMFORTABLY. BRING MAT, BLANKET OR LARGE TOWEL.

PH.CODE SEC (42274) 02 (42207) 01 (42208) 03

LOCATION DAY(S) (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) W LV 1200 (LEVINE CAMPUS) M TS 153 (NORTH CAMPUS) T

TIME DATES REFUND 07:15P-08:45P 9/9-11/11 SS 07:30P-09:00P 9/14-11/16 SS 07:00P-08:30P 9/15-11/17 SS

Just for Fun BIRDING IN NORTH CAROLINA LLI7082 HOURS: 8.0 $55.00 All about birds! This course is for the amateur bird enthusiast who wants to learn to identify native species by song and physical attributes, as well as to better understand migratory patterns, wildlife and man-made habitats. You will learn how to transform your backyard into a bird haven and discover how and where to look for birds in the Southeast. This course will include information about clubs, web links and other local resources for the avid bird watcher. From bird identification to bird location to bird emergency care - it’s all here. Start your bird watching journey today. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42480) 01 LV 1303 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

DAY(S) S

P E R S O N A L

TIME 10:00A-12:00P

DATES REFUND 9/12-10/3 SS

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THE CRAFT OF STORYTELLING LLI7090 HOURS: 8.0 $75.00 Since the beginning of time, storytellers have captured our minds in suspense, passed down oral history and tradition and provided rich emotions and entertainment. In this course you will study the key pieces of storytelling while learning to build a tale, layer by layer, through character development, flow and cadence, scene and plot. Forget today’s fast lane and take time to listen and rediscover the art of oratory and capture your audience’s attention. This is a perfect course for teachers, parents, grandparents, caregivers, and broadcast professionals. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42481) 01 LV 2218 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

DAY(S) S

TIME 10:00A-12:00P

DATES REFUND 9/12-10/3 SS

CREATING AN ORAL HISTORY: PRESERVING MEMORIES OF EVERYDAY PEOPLE LLI7077 HOURS: 10.0 $65.00 We all have stories to tell; unique personal stories that capture everyday memories and everyday people. Remember your Grandmother’s story of her schoolhouse? Perhaps you recall a favorite aunt’s account of the end of World War II? Properly gathered as living testimony, such oral histories enrich us all and preserve the unwritten history that could be otherwise lost. In this course you will learn to organize and record your stories and the stories of people around you as unique, valuable treasures for your family and your community. You will learn about asking and listening techniques, plus explore a variety of collection methods including audio visual sources. Irretrievable information is slipping away from us with every moment. Join us in creating and preserving something valuable from the past. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42487) 01 LV 2108 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

DAY(S) T

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-08:00P 9/15-10/13 SS

SOCIAL DANCE FOR BEGINNERS REC8211 HOURS: 10.0 $100.00 Steps, music and so much more! Dancing combines fun, exercise, social interaction, and mental stimulation to enhance your health, confidence, relaxation, and self-expression. This popular class will help get you started by introducing four dances: Foxtrot, Swing, Cha-Cha, and Waltz. Upon completion, participants will understand leading and following at a beginning level for social dancing. Learn approximately 4-5 steps in each dance to get you started in a great all-around exercise and give you confidence for any social event. WEAR COMFORTABLE SHOES WITH LEATHER SOLES. STUDENTS SHOULD ENROLL WITH A PARTNER. REGISTER INDIVIDUALLY.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42270) 01 (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) W (42261) 40 LV 1418 (LEVINE CAMPUS) TH

TIME DATES REFUND 07:00P-08:15P 8/26-10/14 SS 07:00P-08:15P 9/24-11/12 SS

BEGINNING SHAG REC8955 HOURS: 10.5 $105.00 Shag is the beloved and official dance of both Carolinas and a favorite at the beach, local clubs, and parties. This fun-filled beginner class gets you up to speed with the fundamental steps in shag dancing: basic 8-count, start, turn, pivot, lean and boogie walk, crossover, sugar foot and bellyroll. WEAR COMFORTABLE SHOES WITH LEATHER SOLES. STUDENTS SHOULD ENROLL WITH A PARTNER. REGISTER INDIVIDUALLY.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42265) 40 LV 1418 (LEVINE CAMPUS) T CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/15. (42264) 01 (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) M CLASS WILL NOT MEET 10/12.

TIME 07:00P-08:30P

DATES REFUND 9/8-10/27 SS

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CHARLOTTE 101 TVL7110 HOURS: 6.0 $65.00 A “beginner” course for newcomers to Charlotte and a refresher course for current residents and front line hospitality staff. Learn about Charlotte history, facts, attractions, local resources and what the future holds for the Queen City. This is a classroom and tour combination package limited to 40 students. Transportation sponsored by Trolleys, Inc. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42300) 01 HL 215 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) S 90 MINUTE LUNCH

TIME 09:00A-04:30P

DATES REFUND 10/3-10/3 SS

Study native species, habitats, birding trails and more in this new course.

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Motorcycle Safety Skills MOTORCYCLE: RIDING AND STREET SKILLS MIC8780 HOURS: 20.0 $175.00 This weekend course is specifically designed for those with no motorcycle riding experience, yet advanced enough to increase knowledge and riding skills of experienced riders.Course consists of class work and riding exercises on motorcycles provided by the college.Upon satisfactory completion of this course you will receive a waiver for the skills portion of the NC DMV license test. Must be at least 16 years old.If for any reason a student cannot successfully complete this class, they will need to re-register at their own expense. 1 HOUR LUNCH

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42177) 01 LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42178) 02 LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42179) 03 LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42180) 04 LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42159) 05 LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42160) 06 LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42161) 07 LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42162) 08 LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42165) 09 LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42215) 10 LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42167) 11 LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42168) 12 LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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TIME 06:00P-09:00P 07:00A-04:30P 06:00P-09:00P 07:00A-04:30P 06:00P-09:00P 07:00A-04:30P 06:00P-09:00P 07:00A-04:30P 06:00P-09:00P 07:00A-04:30P 06:00P-09:00P 07:00A-04:30P 06:00P-09:00P 07:00A-04:30P 06:00P-09:00P 07:00A-04:30P 06:00P-09:00P 07:00A-04:30P 06:00P-09:00P 07:00A-04:30P 06:00P-09:00P 07:00A-04:30P 06:00P-09:00P 07:00A-04:30P

DATES REFUND 8/14-8/16 SS 8/14-8/16 8/21-8/23 SS 8/21-8/23 8/28-8/30 SS 8/28-8/30 9/11-9/13 SS 9/11-9/13 9/18-9/20 SS 9/18-9/20 9/25-9/27 SS 9/25-9/27 10/9-10/11 SS 10/9-10/11 10/16-10/18 SS 10/16-10/18 10/30-11/1 SS 10/30-11/1 11/13-11/15 SS 11/13-11/15 12/4-12/6 SS 12/4-12/6 12/11-12/13 SS 12/11-12/13

EXPERIENCED RIDER AND LICENSE WAIVER PREP COURSE MIC8795 HOURS: 8.0 $80.00 The Experienced Rider/LicenseWaiver Preparation Course is designed for motorcycle riders who are already licensed or have a NC permit and wish to obtain full NC licensure. This one day course covers street riding strategies and reinforces important information about traction, cornering and counter-steering. Students must provide a safe, street-ready motorcycle. Riders must provide proof of insurance in class. Students looking to obtain a waiver for the skills portion of the NC DMV license test must pass a written and riding skills test. Must be at least 16 years old. If for any reason a student cannot successfully complete this class, they will need to re-register at their own expense. 1 HOUR LUNCH

PH.CODE SEC (42174) 40 (42175) 41 (42176) 42

LOCATION LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

DAY(S) F S SU

TIME DATES REFUND 07:00A-04:00P 9/11-9/11 SS 07:00A-04:00P 10/24-10/24 SS 07:00A-04:00P 10/25-10/25 SS

CAPS fees only apply to classes located on CPCC campuses.

MOTORCYCLE: RIDING AND STREET SKILLS FOR WOMEN MIC8784 HOURS: 20.0 $200.00 Ready to go solo? Join this section designed just for women wanting to learn to ride. The course is specifically designed for those with no motorcycle riding experience however; the student should have the balancing ability to ride a bicycle prior to class. Course consists of class work and riding exercises on motorcycles provided by the college. Upon satisfactory completion you will receive a waiver for the skills portion of the NC DMV license test. Must be at least 16 years old. If for any reason a student cannot successfully complete this class, he or she will need to re-register at their own expense. 1 HOUR LUNCH

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42169) 20 LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) (42170) 21 LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

DAY(S) F SSU F SSU

TIME 06:00P-09:00P 07:00A-04:30P 06:00P-09:00P 07:00A-04:30P

DATES REFUND 10/2-10/4 SS 10/2-10/4 11/6-11/8 SS 11/6-11/8

WEEKDAY MOTORCYCLE: RIDING AND STREET SKILLS MIC8785 HOURS: 20.0 $175.00 This weekday course is specifically designed for those with no motorcycle riding experience, yet advanced enough to increase knowledge and riding skills of experienced riders. Course consists of class work and riding exercises on motorcycles provided by the college. Upon satisfactory completion of this course you will receive a waiver for the skills portion of the NC DMV license test. Must be at least 16 years old. If for any reason a student cannot successfully complete this class, he or she will need to re-register at their own expense. 30 MINUTE LUNCH

PH.CODE SEC (42171) 30 (42172) 31 (42173) 32

LOCATION LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS) LV 1234 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

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TIME DATES REFUND 07:00A-05:30P 9/24-9/25 SS 07:00A-05:30P 10/12-10/13 SS 07:00A-05:30P 11/19-11/20 SS

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Painting/Creative Arts PAINTING WITH SOFT PASTELS AVO8782 HOURS: 18.0 $130.00 Discover Soft Pastels, the most popular of the pastel mediums and a fresh approach to creating art, especially for those used to painting with wet mediums of oils and acrylics. You’ll love the soft texture and the ability to paint on the colors to give you freedom and use of various techniques. Use blending and varying pressure as you learn and practice basic techniques through class demonstration and discussion. Bring images or photographs to inspire your work. SUPPLIES WILL BE DISCUSSED IN THE FIRST CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42243) 40 LV 1414 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

DAY(S) M

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-09:00P 9/21-10/26 SS

STAINED GLASS WORKSHOP AVO8720 HOURS: 24.0 $145.00 From antiquity to Tiffany, people have loved stained glass for great color, beauty and its unique structural and symbolic importance. Learn how artists and hobbyists carry on this tradition in this course designed for beginner and experienced students. Beginners will learn to cut, foil, and lead solder, as well as learn about patina, pattern selection and transfer, and framing. Experienced students will get advice and guidance on projects of their choice. Instructor will teach The American Style of stained glass techniques. Completed projects include a sun catcher and a bird. STUDENTS WILL RENT NEEDED TOOLS FROM THE INSTRUCTOR-$25

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42234) 01 GI 110 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TH (42236) 02 GI 110 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) TH

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TIME 02:00P-05:00P 06:00P-09:00P

DATES REFUND 9/17-11/5 SS 9/17-11/5 SS

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BASIC WATERCOLOR TECHNIQUES AVO8730 HOURS: 29.0 $160.00 It’s time to play in watercolor! Often called the most expressive paint medium, watercolor is sure to help you discover your creative spirit. Start with proper materials including paints, brushes and palettes; add tips and techniques in washes, glazing and more; then experiment with the design concepts of space, composition and color. STUDENTS RESPONSIBLE FOR PURCHASING SUPPLIES. A SUPPLY LIST PROVIDED FIRST NIGHT OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42237) 01 (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) M 1ST CLASS, 9/14, MEETS 6-8PM

TIME DATES REFUND 06:00P-09:00P 9/14-11/16 SS

INTERMEDIATE WATERCOLOR TECHNIQUES AVO8731 HOURS: 20.0 $140.00 Explore new and refine existing watercolor painting techniques using creative, new approaches in your work. Increase your knowledge and skills through class demonstrations, discussion and critiques. You will also learn to create maturity and drama in your art through the use of sound design principles. Prerequisite: AVO 8730-Basic Watercolor Techniques or classes taken prior that provide an understanding of the basics of watercolor techniques. BRING YOUR SUPPLIES TO CLASS THE FIRST NIGHT.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42240) 40 LV 1414 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

DAY(S) TH

TIME 06:30P-09:00P

DATES REFUND 9/3-10/22 SS

BASIC ACRYLIC PAINTING TECHNIQUES AVO8748 HOURS: 29.0 $160.00 Why wait? Acrylics are extremely versatile, fast-drying paints that can be used straight from the tube like oils or thinned and used like watercolors, with lots of play in between. This beginner course will get you started with basic techniques and design elements. Learn tips and tricks, as well as discover tools and materials to help you mix paints to achieve colors. You’ll work at your own pace while the instructor guides students individually. STUDENTS RESPONSIBLE FOR PURCHASING SUPPLIES. A SUPPLY LIST PROVIDED FIRST NIGHT OF CLASS. PORTABLE OR TABLE TOP EASELS ARE SUGGESTED FOR MYERS PARK.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42242) 01 (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) W 1ST CLASS, 9/16, MEETS 6:30-8:30PM

TIME 06:30P-09:30P

DATES REFUND 9/16-11/18 SS

OPEN STUDIO PAINTING AVO8745 HOURS: 30.0 $160.00 Need help completing your latest project? Bring your canvas and your supplies to this class and receive assistance with acrylic, watercolor, oil, and pastel painting techniques. SUPPLIES WILL BE DISCUSSED IN THE FIRST CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42241) 40 LV 1412 (LEVINE CAMPUS)

DAY(S) T

TIME 06:00P-09:00P

DATES REFUND 9/8-11/10 SS

PersonalTraining Certification

Release your creativity in our new studio arts classes this fall. To see our latest courses, visit www.cpcc.edu/pi.

PERSONAL TRAINER NATIONAL CERTIFICATION WIT7000 HOURS: 36.0 $550.00 This course is designed for transitional careers and personal knowledge in personal training. Prepare to become a CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER in this six week program. Fifteen hours of “hands-on” practical training prepares students to work with clients one-on-one in fitness facilities. Students participate in 15 hours of lectures including anatomy, exercise physiology, nutrition, musculoskeletal injuries, health assessments and more. The national exam is held the final week of class. Proof of CPR/AED Certification and 30 internship hours are required for certification. Textbook available in CPCC bookstore. PURCHASE TEXTBOOK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42188) 01 LV 1317 (LEVINE CAMPUS) SU 09:00A-04:00P 8/23-10/4 SS 1 HOUR LUNCH. CLASS WILL MEET IN LV 1317 AND LV 1416. CLASS WILL NOT MEET 9/6. (42189) 02 LV 1317 (LEVINE CAMPUS) S 09:00A-04:00P 10/17-11/21 SS 1 HOUR LUNCH. CLASS WILL MEET IN LV 1317 AND LV 1416.

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Corporate & Continuing Education - Personal Interest - Fall 2009 NUTRITION FOR FITNESS PROFESSIONALS WORKSHOP WIT7010 HOURS: 6.0 $130.00 Be more competitive in the marketplace and maximize your success as a certified Personal Trainer by helping clients with their nutritional needs. Course materials will guide you in setting up a comprehensive game plan for your clients’ health. Learn how to look and feel better through careful analysis of food labels and eating patterns, while learning how to age slowly through optimum diet. Athletes need certain special extras and those key components will be explored as well. This workshop will offer many valuable tips, ideas and approaches to make eating a fun, satisfying journey for your clients! You will receive 6 continuing education credits from World Instructor Training Schools. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42190) 01 LV 1317 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

DAY(S) S

TIME DATES REFUND 09:00A-04:00P 10/10-10/10 SS

EXERCISE PROGRAM DESIGN FOR SPECIAL POPULATION WIT7040 HOURS: 6.0 $130.00 Many personal fitness trainers limit themselves, their business and their income potential by serving only the young and fit. There are other populations who can benefit from your services and who need your guidance and assistance to improve their health and fitness. In addition, more mature individuals may not only need your expertise, but are also more likely to have the discretionary time and money to hire you. If you expand your business to serve special populations you will not only help more people, but also increase your income and profitability! This 6-hour workshop will take your profession to the next level. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42197) 01 LV 1317 (LEVINE CAMPUS) 1 HOUR LUNCH

DAY(S) SU

TIME 09:00A-04:00P

DATES REFUND 11/8-11/8 SS

Sports TENNIS FOR BEGINNERS REC8305 HOURS: 12.0 $90.00 Tennis is an affordable outdoor activity that can provide a lifetime of enjoyment. Students will learn the fundamentals of the game enabling them to enjoy recreational tennis. Tennis rules, etiquette, court play and basic strokes: forehand, backhand, serve, volley, overhead, dropshot and lob. STUDENTS MUST PROVIDE THEIR OWN RACQUETS & BALLS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42209) 01 (VETERANS PARK)

DAY(S) M

TIME DATES REFUND 06:30P-08:30P 9/14-10/19 SS

GOLF FOR BEGINNERS REC8401 HOURS: 12.0 $75.00 Golf is one of the most popular recreational pastimes, played for business and pleasure. This course emphasizes the fundamentals needed to practice and play the game of golf. Topics include the proper grips, alignment, stance and swings for the long and short game. STUDENTS MUST PROVIDE THEIR OWN CLUBS. PRICE OF BUCKET OF BALLS (APPROX. $6).

PH.CODE SEC (42182) 06 (42213) 04 (42181) 05 (42210) 01 (42212) 03 (42211) 02

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TIME 05:30P-07:30P 08:00A-10:00A 08:00A-10:00A 04:00P-06:00P 06:30P-08:30P 06:30P-08:30P

DATES REFUND 9/3-10/8 SS 9/12-10/17 SS 9/12-10/17 SS 9/13-10/18 SS 9/14-10/19 SS 9/15-10/20 SS

WOMEN ARE GOLFERS TOO REC8405 HOURS: 12.0 $75.00 Join the crowd. Don’t be the only person in your office or family that doesn’t know how to tee it up! Specifically designed for women to learn the fundamentals of golf including:grip,stance, posture, swing, rules and etiquette. Extra fees are charged for this course and are to be paid at the facility (Approximately $6 each class for range balls). STUDENTS SHOULD BRING THEIR OWN CLUBS, CLUBS DESIGNED FOR WOMEN PREFERABLE.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42183) 01 (MATTHEWS GOLF CENTER) W

TIME DATES REFUND 06:30P-08:30P 9/16-10/21 SS

KAYAKING FOR BEGINNERS REC8460 HOURS: 14.0 $115.00 From local reservoirs, mountain rapids, to the sea kayaking is a great way to explore the outdoors. This course is taught at one of local lakes and is designed to teach the basic skills of flatwater kayaking. Topics include forward and reverse strokes, sweeps and self-rescue skills. Seakayakers welcome in this course. Dress to get wet! $25 RENTAL FEE IS INCLUDED IN THE COST OF THE CLASS.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) TIME DATES REFUND (42185) 01 CJ 134 (NORTH CAMPUS) SSU 08:00A-04:00P 9/12-9/13 SS 1 HOUR LUNCH CLASS MEETS 8AM-10AM AT NORTH CAMPUS; CLASS MEETS 10:00AM-4:00PM AT LATTA PLANTATION.

Travel CHARLOTTE 101 TVL7110 HOURS: 6.0 $65.00 A “beginner” course for newcomers to Charlotte and a refresher course for current residents and front line hospitality staff. Learn about Charlotte history, facts, attractions, local resources and what the future holds for the Queen City. This is a classroom and tour combination package limited to 40 students. Transportation sponsored by Trolleys, Inc. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42300) 01 HL 215 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) S 90 MINUTE LUNCH

DATES REFUND 10/3-10/3 SS

Writing CREATIVE WRITING JOU8114 HOURS: 16.0 $120.00 Are you ready to test the waters of creative writing but not sure where to start or how? Maybe you’ve written before, but long ago. Or, maybe you never had an opportunity to learn. Our course will guide you as you let your creative thoughts roam. You will get tips on craft and practice as you use various imagination-stretching exercises, then write, building upon those ideas. This course will focus on fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Best of all? No grades to worry about! PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42267) 01 (MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL) TH

TIME 06:30P-08:30P

DATES REFUND 9/17-11/5 SS

HOW TO SELL EVERYTHING YOU WRITE JOU8203 HOURS: 16.0 $130.00 Looking to supplement your income? Maybe start a second career? In this course, we’ve paired an experienced writer and published author with a local editor to give you best advice and tips on how and where to sell your work. As a writer, you’ll learn to find and evaluate ideas for your articles or a book, plus how to query possible publishers, as well as perform research and write a successful proposal. Other topics include working with editors, with an agent and understanding a publishing contract. You are also invited to bring a draft work for review or critique. STUDENTS MAY BRING A WORK IN PROGRESS FOR REVIEW AND/OR CRITIQUE.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42269) 01 OC 256 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) W

TIME 07:00P-09:00P

DATES REFUND 9/16-11/4 SS

FREELANCE JOURNALISM-WRITING TO SELL JOU8150 HOURS: 12.0 $100.00 Freelance feature writing is a staple of magazines, alternative weeklies and daily newspapers. Whether you’re interested in entertainment, sports, travel, business, or profiles, this course offers a primer in the fundamental skills of interviewing, reporting, writing, and editing - all of which go into creating the thoughtful, vibrant and well-constructed feature stories editors want. We suggest participants already have basic writing skills. REQUIRED TEXT: ON WRITING WELL, BY WILLIAM ZINSER 30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION.

PH.CODE SEC LOCATION DAY(S) (42268) 01 OC 255 (CENTRAL CAMPUS) W

TIME 07:00P-09:00P

DATES REFUND 9/9-10/14 SS

WRITING FOR WOMEN JOU8200 HOURS: 12.0 $100.00 Love, parenting, health these are the things women want to read about. Writing for women’s magazines can be high-profile and lucrative and there are lots of opportunities for writers. Learn how to come up with great ideas, how to target your ideas and write stories that are filled with information and emotion. In class writing assignments and an article written outside of class will be required. PH.CODE SEC LOCATION (42288) 01 CT 166 (CATO CAMPUS)

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Refund and Fees: A $4.00 CAPS Fee is required per class for courses meeting on college campuses. See page 1 for Fees and Refund Policies.

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PARKING AREA LEGEND Deck 1 Student and Dental Parking Only. Enter right only from East 4th St. or right only from southbound Charlottetowne Avenue. Usually fills by 8:30 a.m. Deck 2 Student, College Visitors, and Tenant Customer Parking Only. Enter right from East 4th St. or via the PD Service Drive from northbound Charlottetowne Avenue or Torrence Street Lot 3

Student Parking Only. Enter left or right off Elizabeth Avenue. Usually fills by 7:30 a.m.

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Student Parking Only. Enter right off northbound Kings Drive. Usually fills by 7:30 a.m.

Lot 6 Student Parking Only. Enter left or right off Sam Ryburn Walk. Usually fills by 9:00 a.m. Lot 7

Student Parking Only. Enter left or right off Sam Ryburn Walk. Usually fills by 8:30 a.m.

Lot 9 Parking for CPCC Visitors. Requires $3.00, paid when exiting the lot. Enter right from Kings Drive or enter from Pease Lane. Deck A Faculty/Staff Theater Patron Parking. Enter right off 4th St. Lot B Faculty/Staff Parking Only. Lot C Faculty/Staff Parking Only. Lot D Visitor Parking. Enter right or left off East 7th St. Lot G Parking by Special Permit Only. Enter right off Kings Drive north bound. Lot H Motorcycle and ADA Handicapped Permit Parking Only. Enter right off Kings Drive or off Elizabeth Avenue onto Pease Lane. Bus Stop Special Transportation Services Stop

Lot 8 Student Parking Only. Enter left or right off East 7th Steet. Usually fills by 10:00 a.m.

Registration Options: CPCC Campuses • Online: www.cpcc.edu/cce Automated Telephone: 704.330.6970 • Customer Service: 704.330.4223

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CPCC CCE Fall 2009 Schedule  

CCE Fall 2009 Schedule at Central Piedmont Community Collge.

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