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WCC - CONTINUING EDUCATION SERVICES

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SPRING 2013 SCHEDULE OF COURSES Reception Desk - 919-739-6900 Basic Skills Dept. - 919-739-6908

CES Table of Contents Continuing Education Services Registration Form ................ 2 WCC Continuing Education Services ................................. 3-4 Adult Literacy and Basic Skills Program ............................. 4-9 Orientation and Placement Sessions ................................ 5 Adult High School ........................................................... 5-6 Basic Skills Plus ................................................................ 7 GED and English as a Second Language Classes ............ 8-9 Allied Health ..................................................................... 9-14 Medical Billing / Coding Certificate .................................... 9 Medical Term / Basic Anato. and Phys. (Online) ............. 10 Medical Billing and Coding W/Legal (Online) .................. 10 Understanding CPT/Proc and ICD Coding (Online/Opt) . 10 Health Unit Secretary/Coordinator (Hybrid) ..................... 10 Medication Aide ................................................................11 Med Tech State Exam Prep ..............................................11 Nurse Aide Level II Competency Evaluation Testing ........11 Substance Abuse/Fundamental Skills Series ...................11 Nurse Aide Level I ........................................................... 12 Nurse Aide Level II ......................................................... 12 Nurse Aide Refresher ...................................................... 13 ServSafe Food Safety Training....................................... 13-14 Wayne Business and Industry Center ............................ 14-17 Certification/Licensure .................................................... 17-19 OBD II Emission Control/Auto Safety Insp. ..................... 17 Basic Welding I ................................................................ 17 Basic Welding II ............................................................... 17 HVAC I ............................................................................. 18 EPA Refridge Recovery/Recycle Certification ................. 18 SOLIDWORKS ................................................................ 18 CATIA .............................................................................. 18 Intro to MASTERCAM ..................................................... 19 Intro to Basic Tire Manufacturing ..................................... 19 Notary Public Education .................................................. 19 Real Estate Pre-Licensing ............................................... 19 Leisure / Recreational Programs .................................... 20-23 Defensive Driving ............................................................ 20 Leisure / Recreational Programs for Seniors....................... 23 Specialty Occupational Extension Courses .................... 23-27 American Sign Language II ............................................. 23 Basic Plumbing I ......... .....................................................24 Electrical 101 ................................................................... 24 Home Improvement ......................................................... 24 NEC Electrical Contractors License Prep ........................ 24

Intro to Interior Design ..................................................... 25 Preparing and Delivering Effective Presentations ........... 25 Spanish-Workplace Conversational ................................ 25 Community Interpreter Spanish ....................................... 25 Teacher Effectiveness Training....................................... 25-27 Effective Teacher Training ............................................... 25 Differentiated Instruction.................................................. 26 The Human Side of Education......................................... 26 Building Character ........................................................... 26 Classroom Management ................................................. 26 Creative Problem Solving ................................................ 26 Programs and Strat for Pre-K Classrooms ...................... 27 Effective Teacher Training Plus ....................................... 27 Inclusion of Special Needs Students ............................... 27 Computer Programs ....................................................... 27-29 Online Courses (over 250 ed2go) ................................... 27 Administrative Assistant Certificate Program................... 28 Microsoft Powerpoint 2010 Intro ...................................... 28 Computer Repair / A+ Cert Prep ..................................... 28 Computer Intro Windows 7 (Slow-Paced) ....................... 28 Computer Intermediate Windows 7 (Slow-Paced)........... 29 Digital Photography and Photo Correction ...................... 29 Adobe Photoshop CS5 .................................................... 29 Web Design - Word Press ............................................... 29 Human Resources Development (HRD) ........................ 30-31 Project Skill-Up / Get Hired! ................................................... 31 EMS/Fire/Law Enforcement............................................ 32-35 Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) ................................... 35 WCC Career Services-WLC 141 ......................................... 36 Free Citizenship Classes ..................................................... 37 Moodle Access / CampusCrusier ........................................ 38 WCC Bookstore and Higher Education Opportunity Act ........... 39 Campus Map ....................................................................... 40

3000 Wayne Memorial Drive Goldsboro, NC • 919-735-5151 www.waynecc.edu/continuing-ed Creating Success for you! HOPE • OPPORTUNITY • JOBS

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REGISTRATION FORM INSTRUCTIONS Review our available courses in this schedule. You will need the Start Date, Course Title, and Course ID (CID Example: JH-40332). Fill out all items on the Continuing Education Services Registration Form. You will need one form for each course you wish to take. Be sure to sign and date the form. Mail, drop-off, or fax your Registration Form and course fee to the Continuing Education Services Division (we accept cash, check, money order, or credit card - Visa or MasterCard. Note: All course fees are due at time of registration).

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E-mail completed Registration Form to: wcc-faxce@waynecc.edu. NOTE 1: For credit cards: After we receive your Registration Form, we will contact you for your Credit Card information. NOTE 2: We strongly suggest you leave off your Social Security Number information when you FAX your registration. You can call our office with your Social Security Number for security purposes.

Mail your completed Registration Form and course fee to: Wayne Community College, Continuing Education Services ATTN: REGISTRAR, P.O. Box 8002, Goldsboro, NC 27533-8002

NOTE 3: Recent change Section 8.4(a)amends G.S. 115D-5(b) to authorize the waiver of one course of noncredit (Occupational Extension) instruction per academic semester for legal residents of North Carolina age 65 or older.

Drop-off completed Registration Form and course fee to Walnut Building, Continuing Education Services Receptionist. Fax completed Registration Form to 919-739-7133.

Scan here with your Smart Phone to go to our Registration web page.


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WCC - CONTINUING EDUCATION SERVICES Continuing Education Services provides education and training to the lifelong learners in the diverse communities we serve. We are committed to improving the quality of life for individuals and the community by offering learning opportunities to promote workforce, economic, and personal development. The concept of life-long learning is our commitment to our students, community, and industry needs. Both our on-line courses and interactive classes offer flexible scheduling and are structured to accommodate your busy lifestyle. Although workforce and economic development are at the heart of what we provide, you will also find classes that serve our community through personal interest and cultural enrichment programs. From custom woodworking and stained glass classes to line dance, we offer programs that can enhance your life. Continuing education courses are offered at various locations throughout the city of Goldsboro and Wayne County. We welcome requests for courses and suggestions for providing improved services to the area. If you have a particular training need or would like to learn more about how Continuing Education can assist you or your company, please give us a call or drop by our campus.

GENERAL INFORMATION Continuing Education students may register early for classes in the Continuing Education Services Office (Walnut, Room 127) or the first day of class as shown in the schedule. Some classes have limited enrollment and will fill up quickly on a first-come, first-served basis.

ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS WCC maintains an open-door admission policy to all applicants who are high school graduates or who are at least 18 years of age. Student admission processing and placement determination shall be performed by the officials of each college. Admission requirements for an emancipated minor shall be the same as for an applicant 18 years old or older. Provisions with respect to admission of minors are set forth in Rule 23 NCAC 2C.0305, in accordance with Community College Laws of North Carolina. WCC’s Board of Trustees may adopt policies regulating admission and graduation of students enrolled in courses mandated under G.S. 17C, North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission, or G.S. 17E, North Carolina Sheriffs’ Education and Training Standards Commission. These policies may limit enrollment to law enforcement officers or persons sponsored by law enforcement agencies and may require a student to maintain sponsorship by a law enforcement agency until completion of the program. Policies adopted pursuant to this paragraph shall be published and made available to students and prospective students. A minor, 16 years old or older, may be considered a student with special needs and may be admitted to an appropriate program at a college if the local public or private educational agency determines that admission to the program is the best educational option for the students and the admission of such student to the program is approved by the college.

A high school student, 16 years old or older, based upon policies approved by the local, public, or private Board of Education and Board of Trustees, may be admitted to appropriate courses, except adult high school, concurrently under the following conditions: a. Upon recommendation of the chief administrative school officer and approval of the president of the college; b. Upon approval of the student’s program by the principal of the school and the president of the college; c. Upon certification by the principal that the student is taking at least three high school courses and is making appropriate progress toward graduation. High school students taking courses pursuant to the above paragraphs shall not displace adults but may be admitted any semester on a space-available basis to any continuing education course. Once admitted, they shall be treated the same as all other students. Reference 23 NCAC 2C.305 from Community College Laws of N.C.

REFUND POLICY FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION SERVICES The refund policy for Continuing Education courses, as established by the N.C. State General Assembly, allows a 75% refund, prior to or on the 10 percent point of the scheduled hours of the class. A 100% refund shall be made if the student officially withdraws prior to the first day of class of the academic semester or term. Also, a student is eligible for a 100% refund if the class in which the student is officially registered is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. There are no refunds for self-supporting classes. Under this policy, the college shall notify the student of the right to receive a refund at the time of official withdrawal.

OCCUPATIONAL EXTENSION COURSE REPETITION POLICY A student who takes an occupational class more than twice is required to pay a fee to be determined using the computation below. For example, the first and second time a student takes an occupational extension class, the fee will be based on the sliding fee scale (see below). The third and subsequent times will be based on the number of hours that the class meets multiplied by $6.80. Example: 33 hours x $6.80 = $224.40 registration fee. Senior citizens (65 or older) are eligible to take a class free of charge, will also be required to pay for classes they take more than twice. Recent changes to Section 8.4(a) amends G.S 115D-5(b) to authorize the waiver of one course of noncredit (Occupational Extension) instruction per academic semester for legal residents of North Carolina age 65 or older. Students are primarily responsible for monitoring class repetitions; however, the college shall review records and charge students full cost for classes taken more than twice. Students are exempt from this policy if class repetition is required for certification, recertification, or licensure.

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...WCC-Continuing Education Services, Continued SLIDING FEE SCALE: 1 to 24 hours - $65.00; 25 to 50 hours - $120.00; 51+ hours - $175.00. NOTE: Charges are subject to change based on budget.

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY FEE Pursuant to the North Carolina Administrative Code, Title 23 NCAC, paragraph 2D.0201, a NON-REFUNDABLE Computer Technology Fee of $5.00* dollars will be charged each semester to all individuals who take computer courses through the Continuing Education Services. This technology fee is charged only once during a semester, regardless of how many computer classes an individual may register for and take. The technology fee was established to support the purchase, operations, and repair of computers and other instructional technology, including the supplies and materials which support computer technology. This fee also supports Continuing Education computer classes held off campus at various locations. If you have any questions concerning the Computer Technology Fee, please contact the Continuing Education Services at 919-739-6900. *Fee subject to change.

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STUDENT ACCIDENT INSURANCE AND PARKING FEE Students have the option to pay $1.25 Student Accident Insurance Fee for all Continuing Education courses that meet four or more weeks during a semester. This fee is paid once during a semester regardless of the number of classes taken. Both day and night students are required to display a parking decal. The Student Parking Fee is $2.00. Parking decals must be purchased in the Continuing Education Services Office at the time of registration. Effective summer 2012 all Continuing Education students must have an ID card. The ID card is $3.00 and must be purchased in the Continuing Education Services Office at the time of registration.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT OR CALL www.waynecc.edu/continuing-ed/ • Reception Desk 919-739-6900 • Basic Skills Dept. 919-739-6908

ADULT LITERACY AND BASIC SKILLS PROGRAM Classes Begin the Week of January 7, 2013 Pre-Registration for AHS Classes: December 10, 2012-January 4, 2013 General Information: Ms. Corbin, 919-739-6908 or scorbin@waynecc.edu Teaching Opportunities: Ms. Redmon, 919-739-6903 or sonja@waynecc.edu Basic Skills Plus: Ms. Goroski, 919-739-6918 or legoroski@waynecc.edu Distance Learning Classes: Ms. Williams, 919-739-6922 or shelly@waynecc.edu English as a Second Language: Ms. Abalo-Zarate, 919-739-6924 or mfabalo-zarate@waynecc.edu or Ms. Hall, 919-739-6911 or ajhall@waynecc.edu

Call 919-739-6908 or stop in the Basic Skills department today to learn of many exciting opportunities! We are located in Walnut Building on the second floor.

YOUR FUTURE IS CALLING! By completing the GED test, you can answer the call. Complete the GED test by the end of 2013, and then go on to college, a better job, the respect you deserve, and the accomplishment of earning your high school diploma. The GED test will be computer based effective January, 2014. At that time, the test fee will increase. With this change quickly approaching, we highly recommend that all former students who began their GED, but did not complete come in today in order to do so. It is also recommended that anyone thinking about going back to school to earn a GED, do so right away.


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MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS HOW OLD MUST A STUDENT BE TO ENROLL?

WHERE ARE YOUR CLASSES LOCATED?

Students must be 18 or older to enroll. Minors (16 and 17 year old) can enroll only after being officially released from public school. Other restrictions apply. Contact our Admissions Coordinator at lrabhan@waynecc.edu.

We offer classes on the campus at Wayne Community College on the second floor of the Walnut Building. We also offer GED and English as a Second Language classes at convenient locations throughout Wayne County such as Mount Olive.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ADULT HIGH SCHOOL (AHS) DIPLOMA PROGRAM AND THE GED DIPLOMA PROGRAM?

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO GET A GED?

In collaboration with the N.C. Department of Public Instruction and the Wayne County Public Schools, adults can earn an AHS diploma by completing 15 core courses, five electives, and the Career Readiness Certification. Minors must complete 15 core courses, six electives, and the Career Readiness Certification. A minimum of 10 credits must be transferred from a public or private high school. The General Educational Development diploma (GED) is earned by completing a series of five tests which are Language Arts Reading, Language Arts Writing, Social Studies, Science, and Math. The tests are closely matched with high school curriculum at a 12.9 grade level and are regularly revised by the GED Testing Service in Washington, D.C. and the American Council on Education.

The answer to this question is different for each individual. The length of time will be determined by the amount of knowledge the student has in the beginning as well as the amount of time and effort the student puts into the program. For some students, it only takes a couple of months. For others, it may take a couple of years. Once the initial placement test is taken, an advisor will be able to discuss the probable length of time it should take a student to earn a GED.

HOW MUCH DOES THE PROGRAM COST? Basic Skills programs are tuition free; however, GED students are required to pay a $25.00 fee to take the Official GED test. Note: GED testing fee will increase January, 2013.

ORIENTATION AND PLACEMENT SESSIONS Orientation sessions are for four days, three hours each day. Most sessions are held on Monday through Thursday, with the exception of a few noted below. All four days must be attended before becoming eligible to enroll. For more information, you may call 919-739-6908 or 919-739-6904.

ORIENTATION AND PLACEMENT SESSIONS SCHEDULE: DATE

TIME

DATE

TIME

DATE

TIME

Jan 2-4

9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 2:00-5:00 p.m. 2:00-5:00 p.m. 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Feb 18-21 Feb 25-28

2:00-5:00 p.m. 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Mar 18-21 Mar 25-28 May 13-16

2:00-5:00 p.m. 5:30-8:30 p.m. 2:00-5:00 p.m.

Jan 22-24 Jan 28-31

ADULT HIGH SCHOOL Spring I AHS pre-registration is December 10-January 4. Classes begin Monday, January 7. Pre-registration ensures space in the class. Many of the classes listed below are also offered online. Ask your advisor about taking online classes! “HY” before a course name indicates that this is a hybrid class which means part of the course is completed independently online and part is completed in the classroom with face-to-face instruction. To see an updated Spring AHS schedule, go to our web site at www.waynecc.edu/continuing-ed/index.php/basic-skills/.

AHS FALL I SCHEDULE CLASS TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

U.S. History pt. 1 Algebra 1 English 3 HY Earth Science APP Algebra 2 HY Biology HY Phys Science HY English 3 HY U.S. History pt. 1

1/7-2/28 1/7-5/8 1/7-2/28 1/7-5/6 1/7-2/28 1/7-5/6 1/7-5/6 1/7-5/6 1/7-2/28 1/7-2/28

8:50-10:20 a.m. 8:50-10:20 a.m. 10:30.-12:00 p.m. 10:30-12:00 p.m. 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 1:00-2:30 p.m. 1:00-2:30 p.m. 2:45-4:15 p.m. 1:00-2:30 p.m. 2:45-4:15 p.m.

M-F M-F M-F M-F M-TH M-TH M-TH M-TH M-TH M-TH

Walnut 225 Walnut 224 Walnut 225 Walnut 205 Walnut 223 Walnut 224 Walnut 225 Walnut 205 TBA TBA

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Hooks McCrae Hooks Mitchell Goroski McCrae Mitchell Mitchell Hooks Hooks


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AHS FALL II SCHEDULE CLASS TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

U.S. History pt. 2 Algebra 1 English 3 HY Earth Science APP Algebra II HY Biology HY Phys Science HY English 4 HY U.S. History pt. 2

3/4-5/8 1/7-5/8 3/4-5/8 1/7-5/6 3/4-5/6 1/7-5/6 1/7-5/6 1/7-5/6 3/4-5/8 3/4-5/8

8:50 a.m.-10:20 a.m. 8:50 a.m.-10:20 a.m. 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. 2:45 p.m.-4:15 p.m. 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. 2:45 p.m.-4:15 p.m.

M-F M-F M-F M-F M-TH M-TH M-TH M-TH M-TH M-TH

Walnut 225 Walnut 224 Walnut 225 Walnut 205 Walnut 223 Walnut 224 Walnut 225 Walnut 205 TBA TBA

N/A N/A N/A NA N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Hooks McCrae Hooks Mitchell Goroski McCrae Mitchell Mitchell Hooks Hooks

Holidays and Break Days: January 21, March 1, March 29, April 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 The Basic Skills Program at Wayne Community College prepares students for an Adult High School Diploma, a GED, or a Career Readiness Certificate (CRC). Discover a path to a successful future using the tools and resources in our program. Students eligible for the Basic Skills Program at Wayne Community College will be advised and then registered for classes appropriate for their individual needs. Classes are held each day, Monday through Friday for math, reading, writing, CRC, GED, and high school. Math and reading modules are 4 weeks long each.

SPRING SEMESTER REGISTRATION FOR CLASSES AND MODULES: JANUARY 3RD AND 4TH REGISTER FOR A READING AND MATH CLASS 1.5 hour per day math module: Whole Numbers, Whole Numbers II, Fractions, Decimals and Percents, Geometry, Pre-Algebra, or GED TOP 50 1.5 hour per day reading: STAR class, Academic Vocabulary, Reading Lab or GED Lab

ARE

YOU READY?

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GET READY

COLLEGE OR A CAREER!

DISTANCE LEARNING IS THIS FOR YOU? Are you a self-starter? Do you work well independently? Is transportation an issue? Do you work different shifts? Do you have small children at home? Do you simply enjoy working on your own at a time most convenient for you?

Students must be able to attend during their SCHEDULED class times each day. If you are not able to come to the main campus each day we have many off-campus sites that are available throughout Wayne County. These classes are listed under Community GED Classes.

If so, you can improve skills in reading, writing, social studies, science and math; prepare for the GED test; earn credits toward an Adult High School diploma; or study for the Career Readiness Certificate using online educational software. To get started you need to come to a four-day Orientation and Placement Session and let the instructor know you are interested in the distance learning program.

For more information, contact Karen Burnette at 919-739-6906 or kburnett@waynecc.edu

For more information, contact Shelly Williams at 919-739-6922 or shelly@waynecc.edu.

Project IDEAL Don’t just get a job, work toward a career by earning your Career Readiness Certificate! Eligible participates can now earn their CRC through our new program, Project IDEAL. This program, which begins in January, is funded through a special grant that Improves Distance Education for Adult Learners. This may be IDEAL for you! For an application, contact Jamie Griswold at 919-739-6922 or jegriswold@waynecc.edu


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BASIC SKILLS PLUS Earn your GED or ADULT HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA while you start a career in one of the following fields. • Medical Office Insurance Certificate • EMT Emergency Medical Technician • Industrial Systems Technology Certificate • Turfgrass Managment Certificate For more information, contact Leigh Goroski at 919-739-6918 or legoroski@waynecc.edu

TWO OF OUR RECENT SUCCESS STORIES! Walnicia McNair was our graduation speaker for 2012. She completed CNA I while finishing her Adult High School Diploma. Now she is working towards her Associate Degree in Nursing here at WCC.

Porsha Reid successfully completed MAT060 and CIS 070 as a Basic Skill Plus student while finishing her Adult High School Diploma. She is now enrolled in the Medical Office Administration program here at WCC.

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COMMUNITY GED CLASSES registration card for a seat in the next available class. A student who is absent from class without sufficient reason will lose his or her seat in the class.

COMMUNITY LOCATIONS Fall classes begin the week of January 2. For information about any Community GED class, please call 919-739-6903 or e-mail sonja@waynecc.edu. We have GED classes in Mount Olive, Pikeville, and Goldsboro!

DO I HAVE TO ATTEND ORIENTATION PRIOR TO REGISTRATION? Adult students from community classes are invited, but not required, to attend orientation held on campus each week. Students between the ages of 16 and 18 must come on campus to meet with the Admissions Coordinator. Call 919-739-6917 or e-mail lrabhan@waynecc.edu for more information.

HOW DO I REGISTER FOR CLASSES? Students should report directly to the site with a picture ID. Students will only be registered during the first week of each month (the 15th of each month at DRC). There are a limited number of seats for each site. Once a class is full, interested students will be either referred to a nearby site or given a CLASS TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

GED

1/2-5/6

MW

Day Reporting Center (DRC)

N/A

Reid

GED GED GED

1/3-5/7 1/2-5/6 1/2-5/7

3:00-5:00 p.m. 5:30-7:30 p.m. 5:30-8:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 6:00-8:00 p.m.

TTH MWTH MTTH

Mount Olive Presbyterian CH WAGES Pikeville Library

N/A N/A N/A

Beck Monroe Batten

Holidays and Break Days: January 21 and April 1.

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) SCHEDULE INFORMATION NEW ESL STUDENTS

INFORMACIÓN SOBRE LAS CLASES DE INGLÉS (ESL) ESTUDIANTES NUEVOS

The ESL curriculum is competency based and provides individualized and group instruction for adults with limited English proficiency to acquire skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing, and comprehension of the English language. Focus is also placed on employability skills acquisition.

Las clases de ESL pueden ser individualizadas y en grupo para mejorar las habilidades de la persona adulta en las distintas áreas del entendimiento del idioma: conversación, lectura y escritura. Se hace también énfasis en el desarrollo de las habilidades necesarias para tener éxito en el trabajo.

New students to the ESL Program must complete a two-day orientation session on campus on the following dates. Please go to the Walnut Building, Office 220. For more information, contact Amelia Hall at 919-739-6911 (habla español).

Estudiantes nuevos que entran al programa de ESL deben asistir a dos días de orientación, en una de las siguientes fechas. Por favor preséntese en la Oficina 220 en el Edificio Walnut. Para más información llama a Amelia Hall al 919739-6911 o a María Abalo-Zarate al 919-739-6924.

ESL TESTING AND PLACEMENT January 29 and 31 February 26 and 28 March 26 and 28 April 30 and May 2

TIME/HORA 10:00 a.m or 5:30 p.m. 10:00 a.m. or 5:30 p.m. 10:00 a.m. or 5:30 p.m. 10:00 a.m. or 5:30 p.m.

SCHEDULE INFORMATION FOR RETURNING ESL STUDENTS

LOS ESTUDIANTES QUE REGRESAN

Students who have been attending a class in the ESL program may return on the following dates to register for the fall session. January 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 February 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 April 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 May 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30 DATE/FECHA

COURSE/CURSO

ON CAMPUS (DAY) 1/7-5/8 ESL LAB 1/7-7/8 Computer Lab

PROGRAMA DE ORIENTACIÓN 29 y 31 de Enero 26 y 28 de Febrero 26 y 28 de Marzo 30 de April y 2 de Mayo

Estudiantes que han participado en el programa del ESL pueden regresar durante las siguientes fechas para la sesión del otoño. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 de Enero 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 de Febrero 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 de Abril 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30 de Mayo

TIME/HORA

DAYS/DIAS

LOCATION/LUGAR

8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

MTWTH MTWTH

Walnut 203 Walnut 222-B


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LOCATION/LUGAR

ESL - ON CAMPUS (NIGHT) 1/8-5/8 Beginning 1/8-5/8 Intermediate 1/8-5/8 Advanced

6:00-9:00 p.m. 6:00-9:00 p.m. 6:00-9:00 p.m.

TTH TTH TTH

Walnut 203 Walnut 223 Walnut 225

ESL - OFF CAMPUS 1/7-5/8 ESL LAB

9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

MTW

1/7-5/8

5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

MWTH

WAGES Head Start 612 Breazeale Avenue Mount Olive Seven Springs Town Hall 301 West Spring Street Seven Springs

6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

M F

ESL LAB

CITIZENSHIP CLASS 1/7-5/8 Citizenship 1/7-5/8 Citizenship

Walnut 203 Walnut 203

For future ESL classes and location information, please contact Maria Abalo-Zarate 919-739-6924 or Amelia Hall 919-739-6911 or Dayna Fountain 919-739-6920. ESL - EN EL CAMPUS (DÍA) 1/7-5/8 ESL LAB

8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

1/7-5/8

8:00 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

Computer LAB

lunes, martes, miércoles, jueves, lunes martes, miércoles, jueves

Walnut 203 Walnut 222-B

ESL - EN EL CAMPUS (NOCHE) 1/8-5/8 Nivel Principiante 1/8-5/8 Nivel Intermedio 1/8-5/8 Nivel Avanzado

6:00-9:00 p.m. 6:00-9:00 p.m. 6:00-9:00 p.m.

martes, jueves martes, jueves martes, jueves

Walnut 203 Walnut 223 Walnut 225

ESL - AFUERA DEL CAMPUS 1/7-5/8 ESL LAB

9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

lunes, martes, miércoles

1/7-5/8

5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

lunes, miércoles, jueves

WAGES Head Start 612 Breazeale Ave. Mount Olive Seven Springs Town Hall 301 West Spring Street Seven Springs

6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

lunes viernes

ESL LAB

CLASE DE CIUDADANÍA 1/7-5/8 Ciudadanía 1/7-5/8 Ciudadanía

Walnut 203 Walnut 203

Para más información acerca de las clases de ESL en el condado por favor comuníquese con María Abalo-Zarate 919-739-6924, Amelia Hall 919-739-6911 o Dayna Fountain 919-739-6920.

ALLIED HEALTH Health care is the one of the most rapidly growing industries in America and WCC Continuing Education Services offers a number of programs to prepare you for this dynamic field. The Continuing Education Allied Health courses are designed to train you for entry-level careers in the health care industry including Nurse Aide and Substance Abuse Counselor. Average salaries for these positions in North Carolina range from $9.00 to $13.00 an hour and may vary regionally. It is our goal in Continuing Education Services to teach you the occupational skills and the industry knowledge needed to quickly become a valuable resource in the health care economy.

Contact Joyce Hamilton-Fleming at 919-739-6929 or jhfleming@waynecc.edu

MEDICAL BILLING AND CODING ONLINE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM This certificate program consists of two online courses that will lead to a certificate in billing and coding. The classes are designed for those seeking experience in coding and billing for health care agencies. Upon satisfactory completion of both classes(Medical Billing and Coding with Legal Issues/Understanding CPT/Procedure Coding), students will be awarded a medical billing/coding certificate. Students are encouraged and may be able to seek certification as a Certified Professional Coder (CPC) awarded by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) credentialing agency. Additional Coding Courses are available for those seeking additional knowledge of coding, such as Medical Terminology with Basic Anatomy and Physiology and Coding Exam Prep courses.


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MEDICAL BILLING AND CODING WITH LEGAL ISSUES (ONLINE) This course introduces fundamentals of medical coding, billing and insurance. Students will learn methods for selecting the appropriate CPT and ICD codes and demonstrate proficiency in coding skills. This course also introduces the complex legal, moral and ethical issues involved in providing health-care services. Upon completion students should be able to demonstrate working knowledge of current medical law and accepted ethical behavior Prerequisites: None CID/TYPE TITLE

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CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

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TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

JF-47084

1/22-5/4

MSU

ONLINE / $175.00

See Below*

See Below* Stephenson

6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

*TEXTS: 1. Understanding Health Insurance: A Guide To Billing and Reimbursement 10th Ed./Delmar Cengage 2. 2011 ICD-9-CM for Physicians Vol. 1 and 2 / Contexto Publ. 3. 2010 CPT Standard / Delmar 4. Law and ethics for Medical Careers, 5th ed.

9781111035181 9781437711929 9781603592161 9780073402060

UNDERSTANDING CPT/PROCEDURAL AND ICD CODING (ONLINE) This course provides an in-depth coverage of procedural coding. Emphasis is placed on CPT and HCPCS rules for billing. It also provides an in-depth study of diagnostic coding with emphasis on the ICD coding system. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ CLASS END DATES TIME

JF-47088

1/28-4/27

CLASS DAYS

6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. MSU

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

Online/ $175.00

See below*

See below* Quine

*TEXTS: 1. Understanding Procedural Coding - A Worktext, 3rd Edition/ Delmar Cengage/Bowie and Shaffer 2. Understanding ICD-9-CM-Coding - A Worktext, 3rd Edition/Delmar Cengage/Bowie and Shaffer

ISBN:-10:1-111-31732-1/ ISBN-13:978-1-1113-1732-4 ISBN-1--1110-3746-9/ ISBN-13:978-1-1110-3746-8

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY WITH BASIC ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY (ONLINE) Optional Course This course introduces prefixes, suffixes, and word roots used in the language of medicine. Topics include medical vocabulary and the terms that relate to the anatomy, physiology, pathological conditions, and treatment of selected systems. Upon completion, students should be able to pronounce, spell and define medical terms as related to selected body systems and their pathological disorders. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

JF-47086

1/22-5/4

4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. M-SU

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

ONLINE / $175.00

See Below*

See Below* Stephenson

TEXTS: 1. Medical Terminology in a Flash: A Multiple Learning Approach; 2nd ed. Sharon Eagle, FA Davis 2. Anatomy and Physiology for Health Professionals, Colbert, Ankley and Lee, Pearson

9780803625662 9780135060773 ISBN-13:978-1-1113-1732-4

HEALTH UNIT SECRETARY/COORDINATOR (HYBRID) This course is designed to prepare a student for an entry-level position as a hospital unit secretary. Medical terminology will be stressed as a basis for all other skills of communication, maintaining records, reports, charts, and data entry, and basic medical law and ethics will be presented as well. Entry level fundamental skills are essential to providing unit secretarial services in a variety of health care inpatient care settings. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

JF-47083

1/29-4/2

5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. T

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

Spruce 214 / $175.00

Health Unit Coordinator 6th Ed. / La-Fleur-Brooks / Gillingham and Siebel

9781416041726 Brewington/ Hamilton-Fleming


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MEDICATION AIDE This course is designed to meet the training requirements for becoming qualified to be a Medication Aide in a skilled facility. The course covers the six rights of medication administration for non-licensed personnel. Topics will include medication administration via the oral, topical and instillation routes, medical asepsis, hand hygiene, terminology, and legal implication. Upon completion, students should be able to take the competency exam and demonstrate skills necessary to qualify for listing on the North Carolina Medication Aide Registry. This certification does not qualify the person to work in an Adult Care Home. Listing on Nurse Aide I (NAI) registry is advised. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

JF-47092

3/18-4/10

5:35 p.m.-8:35 p.m. MW

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

Magnolia 205 / $65.00

Medication Aide / Print Shop

Print Shop Hamilton-Fleming

MED TECH - PREP FOR STATE EXAM This course is designed for those who desire to learn to give medications in adult care homes, assisted living facilities and group homes. This course will prepare you for the Medication Administration Exam under the NC DHHS/Division of Health Services Regulation - Adult Care Licensure section. Current listing on the NC NA I registry may be required by some hiring agencies, but is not required to register for the class. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

JF-47089

1/14-1/28

5:35 p.m.-8:35 p.m. MW

JF-47090

3/4-3/13

5:35 p.m.-8:35 p.m. MW

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

Magnolia 205 / $65.00 Magnolia 205 / $65.00

Print Shop / Print Shop Print Shop / Print Shop

Print Shop Delia Print Shop Delia

NURSE AIDE LEVEL II COMPETENCY EVALUATION TESTING This course provides the competency (only) evaluation portion of the NA II program. It is designed for those who have taken a NA II class and have lost certification by the Board of Nursing. The person must be active on NA I registry. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

JF-TBA

TBA

5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. MW

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

Magnolia 205 / $65.00

Print Shop /

Print Shop Davis

SUBSTANCE ABUSE/FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS SERIES Courses offered within this series are designed to meet the North Carolina Substance Abuse Certification Board’s requirements for training towards becoming a Substance Abuse Counselor. Participants seeking certification must complete 200+ CEU hours. The courses will cover topics relevant to areas needed for certification or re-certification. Individuals interested in becoming Substance Abuse Counselors should visit the NCSAPB website, www.ncsapb.org, to see the requirements of the board. CID/TYPE TITLE

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Co-Occurring Disorders and Substance Abuse JF-47082 1/5-2/9 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

S

Instructor Guided /

JF-TBA

S

WLC 208 / $65.00 WLC 208 / $65.00

Instructor Guided Headen Instructor Guided Headen

3/2-4/13

CLASS TIME

9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

Instructor Guided /


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NURSE AIDE LEVEL I This course introduces basic nursing assistant skills required to provide personal care for patients, residents, or clients in a health care setting. Topics include communication, safety, patients’ rights, personal care, vital signs, elimination, nutrition, emergencies, rehabilitation, and mental health. Upon successful completion of the 174+ hours of classroom, lab and clinical components, the student is eligible to make application for the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP) examination necessary for certification and listing on the North Carolina Nurse Aide I Registry. The NC State Exam is comprised of a written and skills exam. This course is offered in a variety of settings: hybrid (with weekday or Saturday labs) or face-to-face classes. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

JF-47127 1/15-5/14 (Evening Class)

5:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

TTH

Magnolia 203/ $175.00

JF-47126 (Day Class)

1/14-4/16

8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

MTW

Magnolia 205/ $175.00

Nursing Assistant Care 2nd edition / Hedman; Fuzy’ Rymer Nursing Assistant Care 2nd edition / Hedman; Fuzy’ Rymer

JF-47128 (Day Hybrid)

1/22-5/1

8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

TW

Magnolia 203/ $175.00

Nursing Assistant Care 2nd edition / Hedman; Fuzy’ Rymer

5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

MW

Magnolia 203/ $175.00

Nursing Assistant Care 2nd edition / Hedman; Fuzy’ Rymer

9781604250039 (004-6 Workbook) Davis/Bryan 9781604250039 (004-6 Workbook) Richardson / Simmons 9781604250039 (004-6 Workbook) Cutler/Pearsall/ Crumpler 9781604250039 (004-6 Workbook) Wallace

JF-47129 1/14-5/1 (Evening Hybrid)

Registration Process: 1. Attend a 30-minute Mandatory Information Session before you can register. 2. Take Compass Reading test and score 50 or above or completion of Reading 080, 090 or English 111 (unofficial transcripts accepted). Scores greater than three years old are not accepted. 3. Complete criminal background check and drug screen by designated due date (must use designated online and laboratory for tests and screens).

Start of Class Requirements: 1. TB Skin test. 2. Vaccination Records: MMR Records - Documentation of two immunization shots or titer. 3. Pregnancy: If pregnant or become pregnant, must obtain a letter from MD stating there are no limitations to taking the class. 4. Copy of GED, high school diploma or transcript with dates of graduation.

NURSE AIDE LEVEL II This course prepares students to perform more complex skills for patients or residents. Emphasis is on infection control including sterile technique and dressing changes; elimination procedures including catherizations, irrigations, and care of established ostomies; intravenous site care; suctioning, tracheostomy care, observation and maintenance of oxygen therapy; breaking/removing fecal impactions; and enteral nutrition for existing infusion. A skill/competency evaluation is required in the classroom. Upon satisfactory completion of the course and skills/competency evaluation, graduates are eligible to apply for listing as a Nursing Aide II by the North Carolina Board of Nursing. The Nurse Aide II class includes 80 hours of classroom/lab instruction and 80 hours of clinical rotation. Saturday clinical is required. CID/TYPE TITLE

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JF-47095

1/22-4/23

5:35 p.m.-9:35 p.m. 7:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

MW SA

Magnolia 205/ $175.00

NC Nurse Aide II Bundle/ NC Board of Nursing Pub

9781113344079 Cyrus/Sampson

Registration Process: 1. Attend a 30-minute Mandatory Information Session before you can register. 2. Must be listed on NA I Registry or scheduled for state NA I exam. 3. Complete criminal background check and drug screen by designated due date (must use designated online and laboratory for tests and screens).

Start of Class Requirements: 1. TB Skin test. 2. Vaccination Records: MMR Records - Documentation of two immunization shots or titer. 3. Pregnancy: If pregnant or become pregnant, must obtain a letter from MD stating there are no limitations to taking the class. 4. Copy of GED, high school diploma or transcript with dates of graduation.


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NURSE AIDE REFRESHER This course is designed to provide individuals with a review of the knowledge, skills, and abilities that must be demonstrated on the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP), the examination necessary for listing on the North Carolina Nurse Aide I Registry. Persons who have not been off the NA I registry more than four years qualify to take this course; others need to consult with the program coordinator/director for admission. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

JF-47091

2/4-2/27

5:30-8:30 p.m.

MW

Magnolia 203/ $65.00

Appendix A-Performance Packet / printed-bookstore

Print Shop/ Carmichael

SERVSAFE FOOD SAFETY TRAINING This course is designed to provide Food service managers the essential knowledge to help keep the food establishment safe. It prepares students to take the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Ceritification Exam. It covers critical principles including: personal hygiene, cross contamination, time and temperature, receiving and storage, food safety management systems, training hourly employees and more. An ANS I accredited food safety manager exam is required at the end of the course for certification. The exam will be given at the end of the class. Cost of the exam is included in the registration fee. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

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1/12-1/19 1/26

8:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m.-10 a.m.

Sat Sat

Magnolia 203 Magnolia 203

ISBN:0133075680/ TBA

JF-47107

1/14-1/17

1:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m.

M-Th

Magnolia 205

JF-47110

1/28-1/31

6:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m.

M-Th

Pine 224

ServSafe/ National Restaurant Association ServSafe/ National Restaurant Association ServSafe/ National Restaurant Associaton

2/2, 2/9 2/16

8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

Sat Sat

Magnolia 203 Magnolia 203

ISBN:0133075680/ TBA

JF-47112

2/4-2/7

1:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m.

M-Th

Magnolia 205

JF-47113

2/18-2/21

6:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m.

M-Th

Pine 224

ServSafe/ National Restaurant Association ServSafe/ National Restaurant Association ServSafe/ National Restaurant Associaton

3/2, 3/9 3/16

8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

Sat Sat

Magnolia 203 Magnolia 203

ISBN:0133075680/ TBA

JF-47117

3/4-3/7

1:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m.

M-Th

Magnolia 205

JF-47118

3/18-3/21

6:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m.

M-Th

Pine 224

ServSafe/ National Restaurant Association ServSafe/ National Restaurant Association ServSafe/ National Restaurant Associaton

JF-47120

4/6, 4/13 4/20 4/1-4/4

8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m.

Sat Sat M-Th

Magnolia 203 Magnolia 203 Magnolia 205

ISBN:0133075680/ TBA ISBN:01330756880/ TBA

JF-47121

4/15-4/18

6:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m.

M-Th

Pine 224

ServSafe/ National Restaurant ServSafe/ National Restaurant Association ServSafe/ National Restaurant Associaton

January JF-47101

February JF-47111

March JF-47115

April JF-47119

ISBN:01330756880/ TBA ISBN:01330756880/ TBA

ISBN:01330756880/ TBA ISBN:01330756880/ TBA

ISBN:01330756880/ TBA ISBN:01330756880/ TBA

ISBN:01330756880/ TBA


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CID/TYPE TITLE

SPRING 2013

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

JF-47122

TBA TBA 5/6, 5/9

8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-10 a.m. 1:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m.

Sat Sat M-Th

TBA TBA Magnolia 205

ISBN:0133075680/ TBA ISBN:01330756880/ TBA

JF-TBA

TBA

6:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m.

M-Th

TBA

ServSafe/ National Restaurant ServSafe/ National Restaurant Association ServSafe/ National Restaurant Associaton

May JF-TBA

ISBN:01330756880/ TBA

WAYNE BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY CENTER SMALL BUSINESS CENTER, NC MILITARY BUSINESS CENTER, CUSTOMIZED TRAINING PROGRAM, AND WORKS INITIATIVE (CRC, SOFT SKILLS/CRITICAL EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS AND CAREER SERVICES)

THE SMALL BUSINESS CENTER The Small Business Center provides one-on-one counseling for exploring business ideas, starting a business, or expanding an existing business. For assistance with writing a business plan, licensing, taxes, federal and state government regulations, business ownership, preparing loan and grant proposals, locating money sources (including grants), researching markets, developing cash flow projections, or managing a business, contact Renita Dawson, Small Business Center Director, at 919-739-6941 or rddawson@waynecc. edu. The Small Business Center offers free seminars and a business resource library.

DESCRIPTION OF SPRING SEMINARS - PRE-REGISTRATION RECOMMENDED. How To Write a Business Plan: The Blueprint for Your Business: If you are considering starting or buying a small business, you’ll find this seminar enlightening. Things are changing quickly in the business world. Topics will include choosing a business that suits your business skills, dreams and resources and business plan development. The Best Small Business to Start Right Now: This might be the best time in decades to start a business. Competitors are hardhit, resources are cheaper, and good people aren’t hard to find. What would be the best small business for you to start right now? Would a business bring in extra income or provide a job. This seminar can help you answer those questions. The program will focus on four areas: • How to create a business idea that fits you • Businesses you can start for under $100 • “Hot” businesses that will grow in coming years. (The program will list over 30 types of businesses with growth potential.) • Five easy-to-use steps to starting a business. If you think the time is right for you to start a business - you’re right! This program will help you get started in the right way. Intro to SBA and Its Resource Programs: The U.S. Small Business Administration has a number of programs providing a variety of resources available to assist small businesses. This seminar will help you gain knowledge that may help you grow your business opportunities through SBA programs and partnerships that are available in your area. This presentation by the SBA will provide resource information about SBA lending programs, preparing for natural disasters, qualifying for lending assistance, and an overview on SBA managed procurement programs (HUBZONE and 8a) to help market your business with the federal government. 337 Ways To Enhance Sales and Increase Profits In Your Business: Every business has a marketing expense and they key to any successful marketing activity is the ability to measure results and keep marketing costs low. Maximize your marketing investment by learning how to improve your strategic visibility and generate leads and increase bottom line profits. This course is a “must see” for those small businesses seeking to gain maximum exposure of their product or service within their community and be able to better measure the effectiveness of their marketing efforts through a step by step formula. Using LinkedIn To Drive Revenue for Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, and Sales Professionals: LinkedIn is the number one business networking site worldwide. When your profile is properly created and managed, it accelerates trust and enhances credibility. Employers, employees and customers are increasingly using LinkedIn to screen potential choices. In this seminar you will learn: Optimizing your profile: how to build a LinkedIn profile that stands out to customers and referral partners, How to make your profile appear frequently in search results, Rules of engagement: how to appropriately contact prospective customers on LinkedIn, Maneuvering the Answers area, How to develop relationships inside companies and use them to reach decision-makers, and Fine tuning your LinkedIn skills.


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Protecting You and Your Small Business from Identity Theft: Identity theft criminals are equal opportunity thieves. When an identity thief strikes, the emotions can feel similar to those experienced during a house fire. All of a sudden, everything you’ve worked for is threatened. Come to this seminar to discover how to protect your small business from one of the fastest growing crimes in North America. Introduction to Grant Writing: Are you a beginning grant writer or fundraiser? Are you interested in picking up some pointers to improve your grant applications? In this seminar, you will gain a better understanding of the grant-writing process, examine all elements of a grant application, and have the opportunity to review real grant applications. In addition, you will learn how to “hunt for funders” and “mine” data and other resources to justify funding your concept. How To Raise Your Credit Score in 60 Days: An excellent credit score is considered to be 740 points or higher. Should you have one credit card or four? Now more than ever, having a good credit score is important in being able to obtain a personal or business loan. In this seminar we will discuss how to read a credit report and what factors are used in calculating your FICO or Beacon score. The seminar will also include information about the importance of maintaining good credit and the positive financial consequences it produces. Make plans to attend now! How To Hire the Right Employees for Your Small Business: Businesses are learning the importance of hiring the right employee for the right job the first time. For the small business owner, this practice becomes even more important, especially as you look for ways to keeps costs under control. This seminar will detail current hiring laws, illegal interview questions and discuss EEOC and ADA regulations along with other practices and tips to take the guesswork out of hiring the right employee for your company. Registration: Please preregister on-line at www.ncsbc.net (click Contact your Local SBC, select Wayne County, choose an event and click Register) and bring a completed registration form found under the Small Business Center heading at www.wayneworksnc.com. You may also preregister by contacting Linda Berard at 919-739-6940 or lrberard@waynecc.edu CID/TYPE TITLE

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TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

How To Write a Business 1/8 Plan: The Blueprint for Your Business

6:00 p.m. -9:00 p.m.

T

Walnut 101

N/A

N/A Carver

The Best Small Business to Start Right Now

1/10

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

TH

Walnut 101 None

N/A

N/A Collins

Intro to SBA and Its Resource Programs

1/22

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

T

Walnut 101 None

N/A

N/A Spry

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

T

Walnut 101 None

N/A None

N/A Spry

Using LinkedIn To Drive 2/7 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. TH Revenue for Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, and Sales Professionals

Walnut 101 None

N/A

N/A Brossman

Protecting You and Your 2/12 Small Business from Identity Theft

6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

T

Walnut 101 None

N/A

N/A Johnston/Guadalupe

Intro to Grant Writing

2/19

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

T

Walnut 104 None

N/A

N/A Moore

How To Raise Your Credit Score in 60 Days

2/20

5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

W

Wayne Co. Library N/A None

N/A Cantwell

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

T

Walnut 101 None

N/A Cantwell

337 Ways To Enhance Sales 1/29 And Increase Profits in Your Business

How To Hire the Right 4/02 Employees for Your Small Business

SMALL BUSINESS CENTER SPRING 2013 WOMEN IN BUSINESS SERIES In honor of Women’s History Month, the following select seminars will focus on topics of interest to women entrepreneurs and business women. Who should attend: Women interested in starting a business and current women in business and other female business professionals. Resources Available to Start or Expand Your Business Tuesday, March 5, 2013 Walnut Building, Room 101

SBA Representative 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Fee: No Charge

Credit 101: Are You Bankable? Wednesday, March 6, 2013 Walnut Building, Room 101

SBA Representative 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. Fee: No Charge

N/A


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Women in Business: Success Panel Discussion Tuesday, March 12, 2013 Walnut Building, Room 101

Local Business Owners 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Fee: No Charge

How Women Can Work Together More Effectively Tuesday, March 19, 2013 Walnut Building, Room 101

Emily Ballance 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Fee: No Charge

SPRING 2013

WORKS INITIATIVE (WORK-READY WAYNE COUNTY) WORKS (Wayne Occupational Readiness Keys for Success) is a workforce and economic development initiative unique to Wayne County. The mission is to develop and market a skilled workforce for Wayne County to attract and retain jobs, leading to a better quality of life for our citizens. WORKS offers a variety of avenues for developing Wayne County’s human resources, such as WorkKeys and Career Readiness Certification (CRC) testing, job profiling, soft skills training, and the WorkReady Communities Initiative. To find out how businesses and individuals may support a WorkReady Wayne County, call Diane Ivey at 919-739-7003 or go to http://ncworkready.org. MILITARY BUSINESS CENTER Interested in federal contracting? Wayne Business and Industry Center is home to a local office of the NC Military Business Center (NCMBC). NCMBC identifies current local military and federal business opportunities, locates businesses in Wayne County and across North Carolina that are certified and/or registered to compete for them, and notifies those businesses of the opportunities. Contact Pam Pogue, MBC Coordinator, at 919-739-6943 or ncmbc@waynecc.edu for assistance. CUSTOMIZED TRAINING PROGRAM The Customized Training Program’s purpose is to provide tailor-made training assistance in support of full-time production and direct customer service positions created in the state of North Carolina. The objective of the Customized Training Program at Wayne Community College is to enhance the growth potential of qualified companies located in Wayne County. Contact Steve Herring at gsherring@waynecc.edu or 919-739-6944 for more information. CRITICAL EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS (SOFT SKILLS) Soft skills are non-technical, critical employability skills that are essential in today’s workplace. These transferable skills are vital in any industry or occupation and are often among the deciding factors in employee selection and promotion. Through the WORKS Initiative, Wayne Community College offers a one-week, 30-hour, dynamic training that addresses the soft skills gap within our current workforce and teaches individuals how to improve these skills. Participants will have an interactive, hands-on learning experience and will be evaluated on such skills as teamwork, appearance, organization, productivity and communication. Registration and mandatory orientation occurs prior to the start of each class. Contact Jena Cantwell at 919739-7011 or jmcantwell@waynecc.edu for more information. CID/TYPE TITLE

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TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

Critical Employability Skills/Soft Skills Critical Employability Skills/Soft Skills Critical Employability Skills/Soft Skills Critical Employability Skills/Soft Skills

01/28-02/01

9:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

M-TH F M-TH F M-TH F M-TH F

WLC 227 None* WLC 227 None* WLC 227 None* WLC 227 None*

N/A

N/A Cantwell N/A Cantwell N/A Cantwell N/A Cantwell

02/25-03/01 03/25-3/28 04/22-04/26

N/A N/A N/A

*This course is available at no cost to unemployed or under-employed individuals or those persons whose income is 200 percent of poverty level. Fees may apply to full-time employed individuals not meeting income guidelines. INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING: SKILLS FOR EMPLOYMENT IN MANUFACTURING This two-part course is designed to familiarize students with the basics of manufacturing, provide an understanding of the manufacturing processes, tools, safe work habits, building quality into a product, and mathematics used in the manufacturing environment. The first part of the course, ISC 3500 Introduction to Manufacturing, includes core topics of basic math and English review, good manufacturing processes, industry-related technology, and computer skills. Students will also complete SNAP-ON certification training (Basic Hand Tools and Torque) and assessments for Career Readiness Certification. During part two of this class, MLS 3812 Soft Skills for Manufacturing, students will focus on effective time management and soft skills. Core topics will include time-wasting behaviors, effective communication skills, organizational strategies, and stress management techniques. Through hands-on training, factory tours, practice interviews and soft skills training, students who complete the class successfully will have a general understanding of manufacturing job requirements and opportunities in Wayne County industry. In addition, they will have the opportunity to earn third-party credentials that will enhance their employment opportunities. Training will include lecture and hands-on activities with evaluation based on attendance, class participation and demonstration of skills. This course is endorsed by Franklin Baking Company, Cooper Standard Automotive, Cooper Bussmann, AAR, AP Exhaust, and Mt. Olive Pickle Company. This endorsement does not mean that completers will be hired. SCHOLARSHIPS MAY BE AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED PARTICIPANTS. Contact Jena Cantwell (jmcantwell@waynecc.edu, 919739-7011) for more information or to register for the classes.


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DI-45607 02/4-02/15 Intro to Manufacturing DI-45609 02/4-02/15 Soft Skills for Manufacturing

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CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

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TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

12:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.

MTWTH

N/A

8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

MTWTH F

Mag 101 $120.00 WLC 227 $120.00

N/A TBD N/A Cantwell

N/A

CERTIFICATION/LICENSURE OBD II EMISSION CONTROL/ AUTO SAFETY INSPECTION AND RENEW These courses are designed to prepare auto technicians and service personnel as On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) emission inspectors or auto safety inspector renewal for motor vehicles. Course topics include regulations and test inspection procedures required by the NC DMV Enforcement Section for OBD emission inspectors. Upon completion, a student should understand the rules, regulations and procedures for OBD emission inspections, be able to inspect a vehicle properly and be prepared to sit for the state certification exam. CID/TYPE TITLE

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TH-47061 OBD II TH-47062 OBD II TH-47063 OBD II TH-47064 OBD II TH-47065 Auto TH-47066 Auto TH-47067 Auto TH-47068 Auto

1/15-1/16

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

TW

N/A

Woodard

2/12-2/13

1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

TW

N/A

Woodard

3/12-3/13

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

TW

N/A

Woodard

4/16-4/17

1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

TW

N/A

Woodard

1/8-1/9

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

TW

N/A

Loftin

2/5-2/6

1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

TW

N/A

Loftin

3/5-3/6

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

TW

N/A

Loftin

4/9-4/10

1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

TW

Magnolia 101/ $65.00 Magnolia 101/ $65.00 Magnolia 101/ $65.00 Magnolia 101/ $65.00 Magnolia 101/ $65.00 Magnolia 101/ $65.00 Magnolia 101/ $65.00 Magnolia 101/ $65.00

N/A

Loftin

BASIC WELDING I This course is designed to familiarize students with the basics of welding, provide an understanding of the hazards of welding, and teach the use of all safety equipment available. Students will learn why they should use the right type of rod for different kinds of metal. Topics will include gas welding, operation of cutting torch, electric welding, heliarc welding and safety. Training strategies will include lecture and hands-on activities with evaluation based on attendance, class participation and demonstration of skills. CID/TYPE TITLE

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CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

TH-47034

1/7-3/4

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

M

N/A

TH-47035

1/12-2/2

8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

S

TH-47036

3/9-3/30

8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

S

Hocutt 170/ $65.00 Hocutt 170/ $65.00 Hocutt 170/ $65.00

N/A Wise N/A Perez N/A Perez

N/A N/A


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BASIC WELDING II This course is designed to further familiarize students with the basics of welding. Training strategies will include lecture and hands-on activities with evaluation based on attendance, class participation and demonstration of skills. This course will also move students to a deeper knowledge and understanding of topics to include gas welding, operation of cutting torch, electric welding, heliarc welding and safety. CID/TYPE TITLE

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CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

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TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

TH-47037

2/9-3/2

8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

S

N/A

TH-47038

3/11-5/6

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

M

TH-47040

4/6-4/27

8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

S

Hocutt 170/ $65.00 Hocutt 170/ $65.00 Hocutt 170/ $65.00

N/A Perez N/A Wise N/A Perez

N/A N/A

HVAC I This course provides instruction on HVAC/refrigeration basic systems, trouble shooting and repair/replacement. Format for the course will include classroom instruction and hands-on practice. The course objectives are to develop a basic understanding of systems trouble shooting, repair and replacement. CID/TYPE TITLE

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CLASS DAYS

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TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

TH-46983

1/3-3/28

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

TH

Magnolia 108/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Turner

EPA REFRIGERANT RECOVERY/RECYCLING CERTIFICATION This course is a training course designed for HVAC technical personnel to assist in meeting Environmental Protection Agency-mandated requirements related to Air Quality Standards. Topics include refrigerant chemistry; oils and application; ozone depletion; Montreal Protocol; Clean Air Act; recovery, recycling, and reclamation; containers-safe handling and transport of refrigerants; conservation-servicing and testing; waste oil; and high pressure and low pressure industrial/ commercial chillers. CID/TYPE TITLE

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CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

TH-46993

1/7-2/4

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

M

Magnolia 108/ $65.00

CFC Study Guide

N/A Turner

SOLIDWORKS This course introduces basic skills required to construct solid models. Topics include basic drawing, basic sketching techniques, basic medication tools, extrusion creation, cut creation, and part modeling. This course is the first of a series and intended for a user who is computer literate with no experience in CAD drafting. Please contact Todd King for more information at 919-739-6814 or stk@waynecc.edu. CID/TYPE TITLE

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CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

TH-47059

1/15-2/7

5:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

TTH

Spruce 234/ $65.00

N/A

N/A Staff

CATIA This course is a basic introduction to Catia V5 software. Topics include basic drawing tools, basic sketching techniques, and basic modification tools and parts modeling. This course is the first of a series and intended for a user who is computer literate with no experience in CAD drafting. Please contact Todd King for more information at 919-739-6814 or stk@waynecc.edu. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

TH-47050

1/15-2/7

5:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

TTH

Magnolia 219/ $65.00

N/A

N/A Staff


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INTRO TO MASTERCAM This course introduces computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) with the use of MasterCam software. Topics include basic 2D drawing, tool assignments, machine code, and tool set-up. The Intro to MasterCam course is the first of a series and is for the user who is computer literate with no CAD/CAM experience. CID/TYPE TITLE

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CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

TH-47137

1/22-2/28

6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

TTH

Spruce 234/ $65.00

N/A

N/A Koger

INTRO TO BASIC TIRE MANUFACTURING This course prepares individuals for entry-level operator jobs at a tire manufacturing facility. Course content will provide students with foundational and basic technical knowledge of tire manufacturing processes. Topics include a basic overview of the tire industry, production processes, safety standards, quality systems, measurement skills, and communication skills. CID/TYPE TITLE

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CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

TH-47060

1/28-3/18

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

MTH

Magnolia 109/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Woodard

NOTARY PUBLIC EDUCATION This course provides instruction to individuals who want to become commissioned as a notary public or those who are up for recertification. Topics include legal, ethical and procedural requirements of the Notary Act as described in N.C. General Statute 10B Article 1. Upon completion of this course with a passing exam grade of 80%, a person is eligible to make application with the N.C. Secretary of State’s Office. For more information, go to www.secretary.state.nc.us/notary. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-45919

1/28-1/30

5:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

MW

LN-45920

2/25-2/27

5:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

MW

LN-45921

3/25-3/27

5:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

MW

LN-45922

4/29-5/1

5:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

MW

Spruce 120/ $65.00 Spruce 120/ $65.00 Spruce 120/ $65.00 Spruce 120/ $65.00

Notary Guidebook for North Carolina, 10th Ed Notary Guidebook for North Carolina, 10th Ed Notary Guidebook for North Carolina, 10th Ed Notary Guidebook for North Carolina, 10th Ed

9781560114802 Selzer 9781560114802 Selzer 9781560114802 Selzer 9781560114802 Selzer

REAL ESTATE PRE-LICENSING This course is required to satisfy the educational requirements for a provisional broker and is designed to prepare the student to pass the real estate license examination administered by the NC Real Estate Commission. Topics include basic real estate principles and practices, law and contracts, financing, closing valuation, fair housing and real estate laws. For more information, go to www.ncrec.state.nc.us. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-47114

2/5-4/18

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

TTH

Spruce 120/ $175.00

Modern Real Estate Practice In NC, 8th

9781427738226 Leonard


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LEISURE/RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS Leisure/Recreational Programs are designed to provide lifelong learning for adults. These programs also contribute to the community’s overall cultural, civic and intellectual growth. Leisure / Recreational Programs offerings include courses that focus on an individual’s personal or leisure needs. These courses cover a wide variety of areas in the fine arts, consumer education, defensive driving and other cultural and civic needs.

DEFENSIVE DRIVING This course prepares individuals for entry-level operator jobs at a tire manufacturing facility. Course content will provide students with foundational and basic technical knowledge of tire manufacturing processes. Topics include a basic overview of the tire industry, production processes, safety standards, quality systems, measurement skills, and communication skills. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-45909

1/10-1/10

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

TH

LN-45910

1/26-1/26

8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

S

LN-45911

2/7-2/7

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

TH

LN-45912

2/23-2/23

8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

S

LN-45913

3/7-3/7

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

TH

LN-45914

3/23-3/23

8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

S

LN-45915

4/4-4/4

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

TH

LN-45916

4/20-4/20

8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

S

LN-45917

5/2-5/2

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

TH

WLC 210/ $50.00 WLC 210/ $50.00 WLC 210 / $50.00 WLC 210/ $50.00 WLC 210/ $50.00 WLC 210/ $50.00 WLC 210/ $50.00 WLC 210/ $50.00 WLC 210/ $50.00

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A Sheffield N/A Sheffield N/A Sheffield N/A Sheffield N/A Sheffield N/A Sheffield N/A Sheffield N/A Sheffield N/A Sheffield

DOG OBEDIENCE In this course dogs will learn to heel-sit, heel left/right, and about turns, sit-stay, down, enforcing the down, and recall games; review all the commands; and participate in the graduation. The commands that are taught during the six-week program are very useful for building a common language between the student and the dog. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-45898

2/9-3/16

11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

S

LN-47407

4/6-5/11

11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

S

MAINTP/ $50.00 MAINTP/ $50.00

N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A Sherrod N/A Sherrod

FLORAL DESIGN This course teaches students how to design their own centerpieces, bows, door wreaths, corsages and much more. At the end of this course students will be confident in preparing their desired arrangement. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-45906

1/28-3/4

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

M

LN-45907

3/18-4/22

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

M

Dogwood 206/ $35.00 Dogwood 206/ $35.00

N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A Staff N/A Staff


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GOLF BEGINNING AND INTERMEDIATE This course is designed for students to develop an appreciation for the sport of golf and to develop an enjoyment of the game. The student will learn to identify the different clubs, explain and apply rules, etiquette, and scoring. They will also be able to demonstrate pre-swing fundamentals and swing fundamentals associated with full swing. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-47408

3/23-5/11

1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

S

Holly 141/ $50.00

N/A N/A

N/A Parson

JEWELRY MAKING This course is designed to teach students to utilize their creative abilities and to learn the enjoyment of creating beaded necklaces, earrings, or bracelets. The student will obtain the understanding of various styles of jewelry. Students will learn to string the jewelry with comfort and ease. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-45897

1/15-2/19

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

T

LN-45903

3/19-4/23

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

T

Azalea 207/ $35.00 Azalea 207/ $35.00

N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A Lanier N/A Lanier

LINE DANCE This is a course that offers the student the opportunity to exercise and have lots of fun while dancing. The “Electric Slide” and the “Cupid Shuffle” are two of the dance styles that are taught in this class. This is a great opportunity to relieve stress and to sweat. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-45899

1/2-2/20

5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

W

LN-45908

3/6-5/8

5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

W

WLC AUD/ $35.00 WLC AUD/ $35.00

N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A Speight N/A Speight

BEGINNING SEWING This course is designed for beginner students. The students are taught how to operate a sewing machine and how to use a pattern, fabric, and thread to create a finished project. Sewing terms, tools of the trade, how to read patterns and layout instructions are introduced. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-45884

1/15-3/5

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

T

LN-45894

3/19-5/7

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

T

Spruce 108 and 106/ $35.00 Spruce 108 and 106/ $35.00

N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A Price N/A Price

ADVANCED SEWING This course is designed for advanced students. The students are taught advanced methods in sewing and broader terminology of it. More detailed functions of the sewing machine are also taught. CID/TYPE TITLE

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CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-45889

1/17-3/7

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

TH

LN-45895

3/21-5/9

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

TH

Spruce 108 and 106/ $35.00 Spruce 108 and 106/ $35.00

N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A Price N/A Price


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SMALL GAS ENGINE REPAIR This course is designed to teach participants the basic techniques of small engine repair. Topics such as chain saws, lawn mowers, weed trimmers, and blowers are covered. Shop safety and use of special tools are included. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-45885

1/7-3/4

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

M

LN-45887

3/18-5/6

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

M

TBD $35.00 TBD $35.00

N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A Olmsted N/A Olmsted

STAINED GLASS This course teaches the art of stained glass and the colors, textures, and uses. Tools of the trade, choice of patterns, and selection of glass are introduced. Students will learn how to cut, grind, and shape art for the project of their choice. In this process they will learn to foil pieces to form the base for assembling with lead solder. Solder techniques will be demonstrated as well as finishing techniques. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-45883

1/15-3/5

6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

T

LN-45886

3/26-5/14

6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

T

Dogwood 206/ $35.00 Dogwood 206/ $35.00

N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A Worley N/A Worley

QUILTING This course will teach students how to use rotary cutters and tools to cut quilt pieces, and piecing techniques for strip piecing, half square triangles, quarter square triangles and flying geese. These pieces will be used in the five blocks that will be made into a wall hanging or table topper. They also will learn how to sash blocks and add borders to their patterns. Simple hand or machine quilting will be used to complete the item. CID/TYPE TITLE

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CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-45904

2/4-3/11

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

M

LN-45905

4/8-5/13

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

M

Spruce 108 and 106/ $35.00 Spruce 108 and 106/ $35.00

N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A Trott N/A Trott

YOGA This course is designed to heal, detoxify and exhilarate the body and mind with emphasis on movement, balance and intention. No matter your age, strength or flexibility level, yoga can help enhance your quality of life. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-45892

1/28-3/4

5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.

M

LN-45896

3/25-4/29

5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.

M

Azalea 210/ $35.00 Azalea 210/ $35.00

N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A Griego N/A Griego


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LEISURE/RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR SENIORS PAINTING, OIL - BOB ROSS This course teaches proper use of Bob Ross paints, brushes and the techniques involved with completing a landscape or seascape painting. The foundation needed to experience the joy of the Bob Ross method of wet-on-wet oil painting is also taught. A painting is completed by the end of each class. CID/TYPE TITLE

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CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-45888

2/5-3/26

6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

T

Senior Ctr Golds/ $35.00

N/A N/A

N/A Edwards

SEWING BASICS This course is designed for beginners and advanced students. The students are taught how to operate a sewing machine and how to use a pattern, fabric, and thread to create a finished project. Sewing terms, tools of the trade, and how to read patterns and layout instructions are introduced. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-45893

2/5-3/26

12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

T

Senior Ctr Golds/ $35.00

N/A N/A

N/A Price

SEWING LINGERIE This course will teach the students how to use a pattern, fabric, and thread to create a finished piece of lingerie. The student will also learn sewing terms, tools of the trade, and how to read patterns and layout instructions. The student should have prior basic knowledge of sewing. CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-47148

2/7-3/28

12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

TH

Senior Ctr Golds / $35.00

N/A N/A

N/A Hall

INTRO TO COMPUTERS This course is designed to assist students desiring to become familiar with the basic use of a personal computer. The student will be introduced to computer software and hardware and their functions. Microsoft Office Word and Publisher will be introduced. Students will also be given a chance to learn or enhance their typing skills and navigating the Internet. CID/TYPE TITLE

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CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-45890

2/4-3/25

12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.

M

LN-45891

2/5-3/26

12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.

T

Senior Ctr Golds/ $35.00 Senior Ctr Golds/ $35.00

N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A Selzer N/A Selzer

SPECIALTY OCCUPATIONAL EXTENSION COURSES REGISTRATION AVAILABLE ANY TIME PRIOR TO START OF CLASS. CONTACT LARRY M. JOHNSON AT 919-739-6930 OR LMJOHNSON@WAYNECC.EDU FOR MORE DETAILS.

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I This course gives the student a basic understanding of sign language and familiarizes the student with deafness and the problems involved. The students will develop the ability to sign understandably and clearly, read sign language well, and develop a basic sign language vocabulary. Lecture and hands-on activities are the principal methods of instruction. CID/TYPE TITLE

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CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-47149

1/8-4/16

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

T

WLC 210/ $120.00

N/A N/A

N/A Olson


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BASIC PLUMBING I The goal of the course is to teach basic plumbing to students wanting to seek a career in the plumbing trade or for those who simply want to learn how to plumb. It addresses the many issues plumbers must use on a daily basis including water supply systems, soldering, drains and vents, fixtures, installation, and more. Students will explore outside areas that will further their knowledge in plumbing techniques and materials. CID/TYPE TITLE

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CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

LN-47152

2/7-4/25

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. TH

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

WLC 203/ $120.00

Plumbing 101, 6th Edition 978-1133281535 PHCC Educational Foundation Zacharzuk

ELECTRICAL 101 This course is designed to provide training in the electrical trade that will give students the proper course work in safety, code, equipment, and knowledge of the trade. Instruction includes fundamentals of electricity, power distribution, mathematics, national code requirements for commercial and industrial, and residential wiring requirements. This course includes classroom and hands-on lab work. CID/TYPE TITLE

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CLASS DAYS

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TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

LN-47181

1/22-4/9

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

T

Hocutt 250/ $120.00

House Wiring, 3rd Edition 1111306214 Delmar Cengage Jarmon

HOME IMPROVEMENT This course provides instruction related to the core skills used by individuals interested in home improvement. Topics include safety, hand/power tool use, site preparation, measurement and layout, footings and foundations, construction framing, and other related topics. Upon completion, students should be able to repair structures and fixtures made of wood, such as building frameworks, including partitions, joists, studding, and rafters; wood stairways, window and door frames; and hardwood floors. CID/TYPE TITLE

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LN-47489

2/5-4/23

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

T

TBA/ $120.00

N/A N/A

N/A Batten

NEC ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS LICENSE PREP This course is designed to prepare the student for the Electrical Contractor’s licensing examination for the State of North Carolina. Students examine all aspects of the electrical code and are tested to evaluate competency during the class. CID/TYPE TITLE

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LN-47182

4/2-5/9

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

MTH

AZA 207/ $120.00

N/A N/A

N/A Jarmon

INTRODUCTION TO INTERIOR DESIGN This course is designed to provide entry-level interior design skills for persons currently employed, seeking to update skills, or pursuing employment in the area of interior design. Area furniture showrooms, galleries, and design consulting firms will provide employment opportunities for the students. CID/TYPE TITLE

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LN-47464

1/22-2/26

5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

T

LN-47467

4/2-5/7

5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

T

WLC 212/ $65.00 WLC 212/ $65.00

N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A Rutland N/A Rutland


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PREPARING AND DELIVERING EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONS This course helps students become familiar with basic computer operations and programs enhancing their abilities to research and develop accurate communications such as promotional/informational flyers, brochures, newsletters, online documents and PowerPoint presentations. Students will be introduced to Microsoft Office Programs with a concentration on Microsoft Word, Publisher, PowerPoint and a brief introduction to the Excel program. Students will also work towards proficiency in locating and using online resources and online document sharing tools, as well as e-mail. CID/TYPE TITLE

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LN-47449

1/7-3/4

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

M

LN-47450

3/18-5/6

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

M

Magnolia 219/ $65.00 Magnolia 219/ $65.00

N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A Bradford N/A Bradford

SPANISH - WORKPLACE CONVERSATIONAL This course will prepare students to have conversations with Spanish-speaking individuals. Topics include basic fundamentals of grammar, oral comprehension, various dialects, and basic conversations. (For business/industry/agency personnel). CID/TYPE TITLE

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LN-47158 Level 3 LN-47179 Level 1 LN-47180 Level 2

1/8-2/14

6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

TTH

2/19-3/28

6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

TTH

4/2-5/9

6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

TTH

Magnolia 222/ $65.00 Magnolia 222/ $65.00 Magnolia 222/ $65.00

Beginning Spanish for the Workplace Beginning Spanish for the Workplace Beginning Spanish for the Workplace

N/A Curl N/A Curl N/A Curl

COMMUNITY INTERPRETER - SPANISH This course is designed to train those individuals working in the field of language interpretation with increased understanding of the differences between interpretation and translation, modes of interpretation, uses of consecutive interpretation, fidelity in interpretation, note taking techniques, coping tactics in interpretation, the interpreter’s code of ethics, professional expectations of interpreters and related topics. CID/TYPE TITLE

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LN-47215

2/5-4/04

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

TTH

SPR 208/ $175.00

N/A N/A

N/A Santori

TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS TRAINING EFFECTIVE TEACHER TRAINING This course is designed to provide practical training in five critical skills areas that include planning, instruction, behavior management, human relations, and professional growth. Additionally, extensive opportunities will be provided for the learner to focus on instructional feedback, presentation skills, learning expectations, monitoring student interaction, social interaction, time management, non-instructional duties, and evaluation. Finally, this course will provide a seamless correlation of the NC Professional Standards, the Classroom Walk Through, and Responsiveness to Instruction. CID/TYPE TITLE

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ML-45599

1/8-2/7

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

TTH

Azalea 204/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Isler


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DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION This course is designed to examine a method of teaching that requires balancing learning styles with abilities. Differentiation is best achieved through planned grouping of children at comparable educational levels to enhance the learning process. This type of teaching is student-centered and hinges on flexibility. It is all-encompassing of an array of strategies and methods that meet the needs of all students in a given classroom. The learner will understand of the major components that drive instruction in the differentiated classroom which include: planning, grouping, implementation, and assessment. CID/TYPE TITLE

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ML-45600

1/8-2/7

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

TTH

Spruce 138/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Staff

THE HUMAN SIDE OF EDUCATION This course is designed to provide a way of approaching continuous, quality education. Focusing on life in schools, this course provides a structure for appreciating educators as people and leadership as an art. Much emphasis is place on human behavior, organizational functioning and managerial styles to build a compassionate level of cooperation between leaders and the individuals they lead. During this course the learner will analyze, conceptualize, and internalize the “heart and soul” of education. CID/TYPE TITLE

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ML-45601

1/7-2/11

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

MW

Spruce 138/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Staff

BUILDING CHARACTER This course is designed to create a school climate that fosters ethical, responsive and responsible, considerate young people by teaching and modeling high-quality character. This course will highlight common core values - trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, citizenship, honesty, courage, diligence, and integrity - that are shared globally. Emphasis is placed on critical and creative thinking. Moral and ethical questions will be posed to foster a commitment to moral and ethical behavior. Upon completion, the learner will: 1) understand that character education is a developmental process and 2) be inspired to provide children with extensive opportunities to demonstrate moral and ethical behavior in challenging, realitybased situations. CID/TYPE TITLE

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ML-45602

1/8-2/7

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

TTH

Spruce 206/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Staff

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT This course is designed to provide research-based coverage of general teaching methods while emphasizing contemporary topics such as learning communities, differentiated instruction, and modifications for student differences. The content of this course is designed to promote student understanding, manage lesson delivery, apply motivational techniques for instruction and assessments, and work with colleagues and parents. In addition, this course thoroughly covers classroom management, discipline, and ways to create a positive learning environment. Finally, this course is correlated to the Common Core Standards, Praxis III Standards, and the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS). CID/TYPE TITLE

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ML-45598

1/8-2/7

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

TTH

Azalea 204/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Whitney

CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING The course will give learners an understanding of the problem-solving process. The four basic steps in the problem solving process will engage the learner in defining the problem, generating alternatives, evaluating and selecting alternatives, and implementing solutions. Skills and techniques that will be covered during this course include: brainstorming, information gathering, identifying resources, and analyzing data. Upon completion, the learner will appreciate the significance of problem solving skills in the workplace. CID/TYPE TITLE

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ML-45603

1/7-2/11

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

MW

Spruce 142/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Staff


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PROGRAMS AND STRATEGIES FOR PRE-K CLASSROOMS The course is designed to facilitate providers of early care and educational services by enhancing their knowledge and skills with the latest strategies, techniques, methods, and research to meet the dynamic needs of young children (Birth to Pre-K) and their families. As set forth by the NC Division of Child Development, this course deals with nine topic areas: 1) planning a safe, healthy learning environment, 2) children’s physical and intellectual development, 3) children’s social and emotional development, 4) productive relationships with families, 5) program management, 6) professionalism, 7) observing and recording children’s behavior, 8) child growth and development, and 9) inclusion of children with special needs. CID/TYPE TITLE

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ML-45604

1/8-8/7

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

TTH

Spruce 142/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Staff

EFFECTIVE TEACHER TRAINING PLUS This course is designed to provide practical training in five critical skills areas that include planning, instruction, behavior management, human relations, and professional growth. Additionally, extensive opportunities will be provided for the learner to focus on instructional feedback, presentation skills, learning expectations, monitoring student interaction, social interaction, time management, non-instructional duties, and evaluation. This course will provide a seamless correlation of the NC Professional Standards, the classroom walk through, and responsiveness to instruction. Subject matter covered includes: introduction to education, effective teaching, technology, English, reading and writing methods, mathematics, and public speaking. This is a three-part, single course. CID/TYPE TITLE

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ML-45730

1/8-3/20

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

TTH

Spruce 220/ $175.00

N/A

N/A Staff

INCLUSION OF SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS This course meets the requirement for certification renewal in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, and Secondary Education. Two topics will be dealt with in this course. First, Theory and Research - the focus is on background knowledge, research, and theories about the different types of special needs in the classroom, some including learning disabilities and developmental delays. Next, Theory into Practice - there is an examination of the teachers’ role in creating an inclusionary classroom with appropriate practices and intervention techniques for working with individual students’ needs. CID/TYPE TITLE

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ML-45782

1/7-2/11

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

MW

Azalea 207/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Staff

COMPUTER PROGRAMS Get the computer skills you need for a great new job! Take advantage of low-priced training on some of today’s top software programs. We understand your busy schedule so we offer courses though a variety of delivery methods including traditional (in-class), Web supported, hybrid (part in-class/part online), and totally online classes. Web Supported and Hybrid are courses of instruction that blend face-to-face learning with various distance education delivery methods. We also offer Slow Paced courses for students new to the computer.

For more information contact Monica Edwards at 919-739-6933 or mdedwards@waynecc.edu. For details on our CISCO Networking Academy visit us at www.waynecc.edu/continuing-ed/index.php/cisco/

ONLINE ED2GO COURSES We offer more than 200 online computer courses covering almost every subject imaginable! Courses for teaching professionals, Microsoft Office, computer troubleshooting, computer networking, wireless networks, Web page design, languages, personal development, child care, business administration, and so much more. All courses are 24 hours long (2.4 CEUs), run for six weeks, and cost $65.00. New courses start every month! Go to www.waynecc.edu/continuing-ed/index. php/online-courses/ for a course listing and detailed registration procedures.


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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE PROGRAM GET READY FOR A NEW JOB! In one course you will learn the skills that will equip you with the extensive computer ability most in demand by today’s employers. Subjects covered: basics of computer operation and maintenance (fire walls, spyware, ad ware, malicious code, MS updates, hard drive clean-up and defragmenting, etc.). Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Internet Explorer programs are also covered. The course is offered in a threepart or single class format - both are exactly the same curriculum wise. Register today! Click here with your smart phone for additional program details.

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ME-47429

1/15-5/14

6:00 p.m.9:00 p.m.

T

Magnolia 221/ $175.00

Microsoft Office 2007: Essentials / Labyrinth

9781591361855 Elliott

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2010 INTRO Learn to use one of the most popular presentation programs used in today’s business environment. You will discover the tips, tricks and techniques used to create professional looking presentations quickly and efficiently. Animation, clip art, and timing effects theory are explained in detail. The prime focus of this course is to familiarize the student with how this powerful program can be used to enhance your organizational environment. CID/TYPE TITLE

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ME-47425

1/17-5/16

9:00 a.m.12:00 p.m.

TH

Magnolia 220/ $120.00

N/A N/A

N/A Lloyd

COMPUTER REPAIR/A+ CERT PREP Our expert instructors walk you through the basics to trouble-shoot, update, and maintain your home or business notebook or desktop computer. Replace major components such as the hard-drive or an optical CD or DVD ROM drive. Upgrade memory (RAM), re-load operating systems such as Windows XP, VISTA or Windows 7, recover from computer viruses, and more. Learn everything needed to take the A+ Certif cation examinations. CID/TYPE TITLE

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ME-47430 (Hybrid)

1/17-5/16

6:00 p.m.9:00 p.m.

TH

Spruce 202/ $175.00

A+ Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC/ Labyrinth

9780619217587 Newton

COMPUTER INTRODUCTION MICROSOFT WINDOWS 7 (SLOW PACED) Are you new to the computer? Do you feel over-whelmed with technology? If so, then this is the course for you! Our professional (and patient!) Instructors understand your frustration and will provide you with the foundation you need to feel comfortable using the computer for a variety of tasks at home or work. These courses cover everything from turning the computer on to doing basic maintenance such as defragmenting your hard drive, using the Internet and protecting your computer from viruses, spyware, and much more! CID/TYPE TITLE

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ME-47423

1/16-5/15

W

1/15-5/14

Magnolia 220/ $120.00 Bear Creek Ch/ $120.00

N/A

ME-47431

9:00 a.m.12:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.12:00 p.m.

N/A Elliott N/A Lloyd

T

N/A


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COMPUTER INTERMEDIATE MICROSOFT WINDOWS 7 (SLOW PACED) Are you wanting to go to the next level in knowing your computer? Do you feel over-whelmed with technology? If so, then this is the course for you! Our professional (and patient!) Instructors understand your frustration and will provide you with the foundation you need to feel comfortable using the computer for a variety of tasks at home or work. These courses cover more advanced techniques in operating your computer and much more! CID/TYPE TITLE

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ME-47422

1/14-5/13

9:00 a.m.12:00 p.m.

M

Magnolia 220/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Elliott

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY AND PHOTO CORRECTION Learn to use your “point-n-shoot” or high-end digital SLR camera! Subjects include lighting techniques, depth-of-field tricks, white balance, aperture settings, and image composition. Basic photo correction, exposure adjustments, and some interesting tricks to make your photos look fantastic. Also covered are the procedures for transferring your digital images from the camera to the computer, e-mailing photos, and more! CID/TYPE TITLE

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ME-47420

1/16-5/15

6:00 p.m.9:00 p.m.

W

Magnolia 220/ $120.00

Photo - pedia/ Que Publishing

0789737256 Breault

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS5 Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) instructors help you master the ultimate in graphic arts, Web page, and print publication software programs! Restore and repair old photos; create Web sites and graphics; and correct color casts, over/under exposure and white balance problems in Photoshop. We offer instruction in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat (Online), Dreamweaver (see below), and Flash. CID/TYPE TITLE

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ME-47428 1/15-5/07 Photoshop Intro 2013 (Hybrid)

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6:00 p.m.8:30 p.m.

T

Magnolia 220/ $175.00

N/A/ N/A

N/A Foster

WEB DESIGN-WORD PRESS Explore the magic of WordPress! You’ll discover how to create an attractive, dynamic blog or website - without learning any special code. Adobe Certif ed Expert (ACE) instructors help you master the ultimate in Web page design, and create Web sites and graphics. We offer instruction in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat (Online), Dreamweaver (see below), and Flash. You will also plan your project and set goals for yourself. CID/TYPE TITLE

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ME-47427 1/17-4/25 Photoshop Intro 2013 (Hybrid)

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6:00 p.m.8:00 p.m.

TH

Magnolia 220/ $120.00

N/A/ N/A

N/A Foster

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT MONICA EDWARDS AT 919-739-6933 OR MDEDWARDS@WAYNECC.EDU.

VISIT OUR WEB PAGE FOR AN UPDATED CURRENT COURSE SCHEDULE: WWW.WAYNECC.EDU/CONTINUING-ED/INDEX. PHP/COMPUTER-COURSES/


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HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT (HRD) HRD will help you improve your chances for better employment! We offer short-term, preemployment training sessions. For more information, contact Shirlene Owens at 919-739-6926 or e-mail at srowens@waynecc.edu. Tuition and fees may be waived for enrollment in these classes if you meet at least one of the following criteria: unemployed, have received notification of a pending layoff, working and eligible for the Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (FEIT), or working and earning wages at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines. Get Hired! - (On Campus) - This course provides basic job readiness training with step-by-step instructions for conducting a job search to uncover the hidden job market, interviewing skills and tips for making a good first impression. 40 hours. CID/TYPE TITLE

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SO-47732

1/7-1/24

M-F

2/4-2/21

SO-47734

3/4-3/21

SO-47735

4/8-4/25

WLC 221/ $120.00 WLC 221/ $120.00 WLC 221/ $120.00 WLC 221/ $120.00

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SO-47733

9:00 a.m.12:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.12:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.12:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.12:00 p.m.

N/A Sawyer N/A Sawyer N/A Sawyer N/A Sawyer

M-F M-F M-F

N/A N/A N/A

HRD Employability - (Day Reporting Center) CID/TYPE TITLE

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SO-47739

1/7-3/14

9:00 a.m.12:00 p.m.

TTH

Day Reporting Center/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Staff

BOUNCE (Anger Management) - (Day Reporting Center) CID/TYPE TITLE

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SO-47739

1/7-3/14

1:00 p.m.3:00 p.m.

TTH

Day Reporting Center/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Staff

Thinking for a Change - (Day Reporting Center) - This course provides an integrated, cognitive behavior change approach that includes cognitive restructuring, social skills development, and development of problem solving skills. 40 hours. CID/TYPE TITLE

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SO-47739

1/7-3/14

3:30 p.m.5:30 p.m.

TTH

Day Reporting Center/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Staff

Parenting - (Day Reporting Center) CID/TYPE TITLE

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SO-47739

1/7-3/14

5:30 p.m.7:30 p.m.

TTH

Day Reporting Center/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Staff

Introduction to Customer Service - (Day Reporting Center) CID/TYPE TITLE

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SO-47739

3/5-3/11

3:30 p.m.5:30 p.m.

TTH

Day Reporting Center/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Staff


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Job Retention - (Day Reporting Center) CID/TYPE TITLE

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SO-47739

3/5-4/11

5:30 p.m.7:30 p.m.

TTH

Day Reporting Center/ $120.00

N/A

N/A Staff

Money Smart - (Day Reporting Center) - What you need to know to successfully balance a checkbook, manage a savings and checking account, save for a home, apply for a loan and much more! 24 hours CID/TYPE TITLE

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SO-47736

3/5-4/11

1:00 p.m.3:00 p.m.

TTH

Day Reporting Center/ $65.00

N/A

N/A Staff

Work-Life-Balance - (Day Reporting Center) - This course provides basic job readiness training with step-by-step instructions for conducting a job search to uncover the hidden job market, interviewing skills and tips for making a good first impression. 60 hours. CID/TYPE TITLE

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SO-47737

3/5-4/11

9:00 a.m.12:00 p.m.

TTH

Day Reporting Center/ $175.00

N/A

N/A Staff

HRD/CRC Success Lab - What you need to know to improve your Career Readiness Certification (CRC) scores, complete an employment application, prepare for an interview, develop the art of networking, develop good work ethics and more! 30 hours CID/TYPE TITLE

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SO-47742

1/7-5/13

M

1/7-5/13

SO-47742

1/8-5/14

SO-47742

1/8-5/16

SO-47742

1/10-5/16

WLC 141/ $120.00 WLC 141/ $120.00 WLC 141/ $120.00 WLC 141/ $120.00 WLC 141/ $120.00

N/A

SO-47742

9:00 a.m.11:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m.4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.9:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.11:30 a.m.

N/A Newsome N/A Newsome N/A Newsome N/A Culbreth N/A Newsome

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N/A N/A N/A N/A

PROJECT SKILL-UP JOB TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES! Wayne Community College was awarded a Project Skill-Up grant funded by the NC Tobacco Trust Fund. Funds are designated to assist Wayne County residents who have been adversely affected by the decline in tobacco-related industries with obtaining short-term occupational training. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT MURIAL LANIER AT 919-739-6938 OR MWLANIER@WAYNECC.EDU

WE GIVE YOU THE NECESSARY SKILLS TO BE “JOB READY”! This course covers these important topics: • Step-by-step instructions for conducting a successful job search! • The hidden job market you may not have known existed! • Skills you need to feel more comfortable during a job interview! • Tips and skills needed for making a great first impression!

TO FIND OUT MORE, CONTACT SHIRLENE OWENS AT 919-739-6926 OR SROWENS@WAYNECC.EDU


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EMS/FIRE/LAW ENFORCEMENT CLASSES

INFORMATION ON CLASSES CAN BE OBTAINED FROM OUR WEBSITE: WWW.WAYNECC.EDU/CONTINUING-ED CONTACT BEVERLY DEANS, PUBLIC SAFETY DIRECTOR, AT 919-739-6798 OR BDEANS@WAYNECC.EDU EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES CLASSES On-line and traditional classes are offered on a monthly schedule. All classes are open to all individuals, not just EMTs and paramedics. CID/TYPE TITLE

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EMS 3050-006 Pediatrics BD-47157 1/9-1/9

6:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m.

W

Pine 130/ $0.00

N/A N/A

N/A K. Oakley

EMS 3050-007 Trauma BD-47164 1/14-1/14

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

M

WNET/ $0.00

N/A N/A

N/A C.Walker

Pine 112/ $0.00

N/A N/A

N/A D. DiRico

EMS 3050-008 PALS Refresher BD-47166 February 8:00 a.m.-12:00pm TBA EMS 3050-009 Patient Assessment BD-47167 3/13-3/13 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

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WNET/ $0.00

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EMS 3050-010 Medications BD-47168 3/18-3/18

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Pine 112/ $0.00

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N/A D. DiRico

WNET $0.00

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N/A C. Walker

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

EMS 3048-011 ACLS Refresher BD-47169 March 8:00 a.m.-12:00 pm TBA EMS 3050-012 Cardiovascular BD-47170 4/8-4/8 6:00 p.m.-12:00 p.m.

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PRE-REQUISITES FOR ALL EMS PROGRAMS The EMS Program courses train individuals to become emergency medical personnel. Evening classes will meet two days a week for four hours per meeting. Day classes will meet one day a week for eight hours. There will be occasional Saturday classes scheduled within the course. This will be a hybrid course, which constitutes seated classroom time with online instruction. The instructor will provide a course description and syllabus the first evening of class to better explain. It will also be posted on our Web page via Moodle. Course requisite: Students must purchase a designated uniform shirt to be worn at clinical sites and within the classroom setting for approximately $16.02 (S-XL); malpractice insurance for $13.00 and student insurance for $1.25 from the college; and obtain a criminal background and drug screening check prior to beginning field clinical rotations. Textbook are required for these classes.


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If you are affiliated with a fire or EMS agency, you must provide a letter of affiliation from the department chief as confirmation to receive fee exempt status. Please contact Kim Boswell, EMS Coordinator, to schedule an interview appointment as soon as possible, but no later than 10 business days before class starts to receive your information packet at 919-739-6893 or kmboswell@waynecc.edu. Documents within the packet are due by the first night of the class. There will be no admission to class without the submission of all supporting documentation. NO EXCEPTIONS.

EMT-EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN - BASIC COURSE At least 16 years, 9 months of age, high school diploma, GED certificate, or a letter of recommendation from your high school principal and a college placement score in reading of 70 or higher (prior to the beginning of class). CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

BD-47150 EMT-Basic (Hybrid) EMS 3044-001 01/07-05/15

CLASS TIME

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

MTWTH $175.00

Pine: Room TBA

TBA/ McGraw-Hill

978-0-7-338289-0 D. Santifort

EMT-EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN INTERMEDIATE AND PARAMEDIC COURSE At least 18 years of age, a current NC EMT Basic Certification, and a minimum college placement score of 81 in reading, 70 in writing, and 45 in math (prior to the beginning of class). CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

BD-47151 EMT-Intermediate (Hybrid) EMS 3045-002 01/08-05/08 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. $175.00

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

MTWTH

Pine: Room TBA

TBA Brady

0-13-113607-0EMS J. Gray

EMT-EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN - PARAMEDIC COURSE CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

EMS 3031-003 Paramedic (Hybrid) (Two Semesters) BD-47155 01/07-11/15 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

MTWTH

Pine: Room TBA $175.00 (per semester)

TBA AAOS

978-0-7637-8172-9 J. Bright

EMT-EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN - PARAMEDIC COURSE CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

EMS 3031-004 Paramedic (Hybrid) (Two Semesters) BD-47153 01/09-11/15 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

MTWTH

Pine: Room TBA $175.00 (per semester)

TBA AAOS

978-0-7637-8172-9 A. Westbrook

CLASS DAYS

CLASS LOCATION/FEE

TEXT AND PUBLISHER

TEXT ISBN AND INSTRUCTOR

ONLINE

ONLINE / $175.00

TBA Brady

0-13-042298-3 K. Oakley

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY (Pre-requisite or Co-requisite for Paramedic course) CID/TYPE TITLE

BEGIN/ END DATES

CLASS TIME

EMS 3000-005 Anatomy & Physiology (ONLINE) BD-47156 1/28-5/6 ONLINE


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FIRE SERVICE TRAINING Wayne Community College uses State-certified instructors to offer a variety of fire service courses to the Goldsboro and Wayne County fire departments. The training is flexible and mobile so that it can reach every department in Wayne County. Offerings include the Fire Training Standards Program, Firefighter I and II State Certification. Specialty programs and courses in the latest technology are offered locally on a regular basis. Our Public Safety Training Division offers fire and rescue training classes at fire departments throughout Wayne County. Classes are also available to business and industries for required fire regulations. Fire/Rescue Coordinator Steve Mozingo, 919-739-6803, semozingo@waynecc.edu. CID/type Title

Begin/ End Dates

Class Time

class Days

class Location/fee

Text and Publisher

Text ISBN and Instructor

COD 3120-01 / Fire Inspections Level I BD-47175 TBA 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

SSU

Pine 127/ $120.00

2102 Code Insp. Book

TBA R. Klus

COD 3121-06 / Fire Inspections Level II BD-47176 TBA 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

SSU

Pine 127/ $120.00

2102 Code Insp. Book

TBA R. Klus

TBA FD/ $65.00

TBA

TBA TBA

FIP 5601-001 TR: General Rescue Ops (Certification) BD-47171 2/25-2/28 7:00 p.m.-9:45 p.m. MTWTH FIP 3307-005 Forcible Entry I and II BD-47177 2/25-2/28 7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.

MTWTH

TBA FD/ $65.00

TBA

TBA TBA

FIP 3354-002 HAZ-MAT Air Monitoring and Sampling BD-47173 2/25-2/28 7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.

MTWTH

TBA FD/ $65.00

TBA

TBA TBA

FIP 6400-004 NCRIT Rapid Intervention BD-47174 TBA 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

MTWTH S

Elroy FD/ $120.00

TBA Instructor

TBA R.Loreman/Adjuncts

NOTE: INFORMATION FOR WINTER FIRE SCHOOL - FEBRUARY 25-28, 2013. CHECK WEBSITE FOR MORE DETAILS.

FIRE SCHOOL Contact Fire/Rescue Coordinator Steve Mozingo at 919-739-6803 or semozingo@waynecc.edu


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DETENTION OFFICER CERTIFICATION COURSE (DOCC) FALL 2013! The Detention Officer Certification Course is a 168-hour training program that all sworn detention officers in the state of North Carolina must complete within the first year of employment. This course consists of 21 topics that the Sheriff’s Commission requires all detention officers to learn to successfully complete the training, including but not limited to transportation of inmates, subject control techniques, physical fitness, communication skills, legal aspects of management, and ethics for detention personnel. At the end of the course, the students must take and pass a state comprehensive exam which is administered by the Sheriffs’ Standards Division. This course is offered every fall semester during evening hours, 6:00-10:00 p.m. Monday–Thursday and some Saturdays 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. All students must be high school graduates, and obtain criminal background checks and physical examinations prior to beginning the class. Registration fee for this course is $175.00. Students must purchase a uniform shirt for $25.00, a T-shirt for physical fitness for $16.15 and student insurance for $1.25 from the college. The total cost of the course is approximately $275.00.

Call 919-739-6798 or 919-739-6799 for more information.

LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING Wayne Community College uses State-certified instructors to offer a variety of law enforcement courses to law enforcement agencies. The training is flexible and mobile so that it can reach every department in Wayne County. Offerings include the Mandated In-Service Training, Radar Certification and ReCertification, Basic Law Enforcement Training, among Specialized Certification Courses. Specialty programs and courses in the latest technology are offered locally on a regular basis. Our Public Safety Training Division offers training classes on campus and throughout Wayne County.

Classes are available to all sworn law enforcement personnel. Law Enforcement Instructor/Coordinators Angie Blizzard, 919-739-6801, asblizzard@waynecc.edu or Lee Szatkowski, 919-739-6946, lees@waynecc.edu.

For a current schedule listing of all Fire/EMS/Law Enforcement courses go to www.waynecc.edu/continuing-ed/wp-content/uploads/fire-ems.pdf

CAREER READINESS CERTIFICATE (CRC) CAREER READINESS CERTIFICATION LAB Wayne Learning Center, Suite 141 This lab is designed to help students build skills needed for the workplace through assessments and gap training. Students earn a Career Readiness Certificate (Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum) by undergoing testing related to Applied Mathematics, Reading for Information, and Locating Information through the WorkKeys assessment system.

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WCC CAREER SERVICES-WLC 141 • Career Services is available to students and the community through one-on-one sessions, group sessions, and self-directed, Web-based resources. • Our goal is to assist you in making career and educational decisions leading to professional success. • We not only offer traditional style appointments in person, but we are also available by phone or e-mail. • Call or stop in today to learn about the services available to you. Topics include but are not limited to the following areas: • Resume Assistance • Interviewing Strategies • Career Assessment • Career and Major Counseling There are no fees for our services.

CONTACT LORIE WALLER AT 919-739-7005 OR LORIEW@WAYNECC.EDU

YOUR FUTURE IS CALLING! By completing the GED test, you can answer the call. Complete the GED test by the end of 2013, and then go on to college, a better job, the respect you deserve, and the accomplishment of earning your high school diploma. The GED test will be computer based effective January, 2014. At that time, the test fee will increase. With this change quickly approaching, we highly recommend that all former students who began their GED, but did not complete come in today in order to do so. It is also recommended that anyone thinking about going back to school to earn a GED, do so right away.


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CAMPUS CRUISER WCC Campus Cruiser, or WCC Cruiser, is a Web-based portal that enables the college to provide all students with free e-mail accounts and 24/7 access to their student records and online services. The WCC cruiser e-mail is the college’s primary means of student communication for instructor correspondence, registration dates and times, award letters, final grades, tax documentation, and general campus announcements. Students can access personal records such as course schedules, grades, GPA, financial profile, financial aid reports, etc. Online services include online registration, class searches, and electronic tuition payments. Refer to the College Website at www.waynecc.edu for more information.

instructors and other important communications such as pre-registration dates.

Notes on Student e-mail: Check it often and keep it cleaned out. If your e-mail box gets full, it will block e-mails and you may not receive critical information from

Go to www.waynecc.edu • Click the Campus Cruiser link on the right side of the page. • Log In information is on the Campus Cruiser site.

REGISTER ONLINE Students who have enrolled in classes during the previous academic year (Fall, Spring and Summer) will be eligible to register online through Campus Cruiser. All new students must come to campus to register and will have Campus Cruiser access the first day of classes.

SUPPORT If you need assistance, call 919-739-7029 or 919-739-7023 or send an e-mail to wcc-de@waynecc.edu.

TO ACCESS CAMPUS CRUISER:

MOODLE MOODLE ACCESS The college’s primary online course platform is Moodle. Courses may be entirely online or may be used to web enhance face to face classes, called hybrid classes and supplemental. Students must access all online, hybrid and supplemental courses using Moodle via the Internet. For more information and access instructions go to moodle. waynecc.edu (For other platforms such as Course Compass, My Math Lab, or Web Assign, etc., access and user information will be provided by the course instructor in the seated course). If you are enrolled in an Online course you must access the course and complete initial assignments within the first 48 hours of the day your class is scheduled to begin. Note: Online courses will be available after 8 a.m., the day your class is scheduled to begin.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ONLINE COURSES: 1. It is recommended online students complete or test out of RED 090. 2. Have a reliable Desktop or Laptop computer with Windows XP or better with a minimum of 512mb of RAM and 2G of free hard disk space. 3. Have a reliable Internet connection with at least a 56K modem (high speed internet connection is recommended.) 4. Be able to compose, send and receive e-mail with attachments. 5. Have and be able to compose and save files using Microsoft Word. 6. The latest version of your web browser. Firefox is recommended. 7. Be able to use an Web browser, conduct searches, download and/or upload files from the Internet. 8. If applicable, obtain or download additional software required for the course. 9. Complete and submit all coursework on time. In

order to remain enrolled in the online course, students are expected to maintain academic progression through the course. Students who have not accessed and/or participated in a course in any two week period may be dropped.

TO ACCESS TO YOUR ONLINE COURSE: Step 1 - Go to www.waynecc.edu • Click the Moodle link on the right side of the page. • Log In information is on the Moodle site. Step 2 - To enter your course: • Once logged in, click the title of the course(s). If you do not see the course(s) for which you registered and paid tuition, contact the admissions office 919-739-6720. Step 3 - To stay enrolled in the course, you must: • In the first 48 hours of the class start time, you must read the welcome announcements and complete initial assignments, the student verification and icebreaker activity. • For additional information, please visit www.waynecc.edu/de If you would like to preview a WCC Moodle course site: • Go to moodle.waynecc.edu Type “wccguest” for your user name and “wccguest” for your password. • Click the title of the WCC Moodle Demo Course. • Click the “Logout” button to exit. NOTE: Online courses will be available after 8 a.m., the day your class is scheduled to begin. Please refer to your class schedule to determine your class start date. You must access the course site and complete initial assignments within 48 hours of the class start time. If you need assistance, call 919-739-7029 or 919-739-7023 or send an e-mail to wcc-de@waynecc.edu.


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WCC BOOKSTORE The Wayne Community College Bookstore is your headquarters for Textbooks, School Supplies, WCC Apparel and Merchandise, Graduation Items and much more! BOOKSTORE RETURN POLICY Items may be returned within two days of the purchase date, with original receipt. Textbooks must be in the same condition as purchased, and if shrink-wrapped, must be in the original, unopened wrap.

TEXTBOOK BUY BACK You may sell your books back at any time during the year, with the exception of the first two weeks of the semester. You must have a current student ID or driver’s license when selling back your books. Prices can not be quoted over the phone, as textbooks must be scanned and inspected before buying. Just bring in your textbooks and we will be happy to assist you.

TEXTBOOK RENTAL - 3 EASY STEPS Rent: Come to the bookstore and look for the textbooks with an “available for renting” sign. Bring them to the counter and you’ll save up to 50% instantly. Use: Study. Get good grades. Use rental books like you would any other book, except you’ll feel a little smarter since you saved so much cash. Return: Bring them back in good condition within two weeks of the last class date. No worrying about selling them and searching for the best price, you already found the deal of the year.

The Higher Education Opportunity Act requires all institutions to provide textbook information at the time a student registers for a class. The following link will provide the textbook information you will need.

Visit www.wayneccbookstore.com OUR HOURS OF OPERATION ARE MONDAY AND THURSDAY FROM 8:30 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY FROM 8:30 A.M TO 6:30 P.M., AND FRIDAY FROM 8:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. CALL 919-731-2271 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

PICK UP YOUR COPY OF THE SPRING 2013 CURRICULUM SCHEDULE TODAY OR VIEW IT ONLINE. www.waynecc.edu/


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Magnolia Azalea Hocutt

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Maple

Maintenance Staff Parking

Holly Parking Lot

Oak

Holly Plonk Clock

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South Parking Lot

Staff Parking

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Veterans Memorial Emergency Services Memorial

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Wayne Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Wayne Community College. The Commission on Colleges may be contacted only if there is evidence that Wayne Community College is significantly non-compliant with a requirement or standard. Accreditation standards are located at: http://www.sacscoc.org/principles.asp The purpose for publishing the Commission ‘s access and contact numbers is to enable interested constituents (1) to learn about the accreditation status of the institution, (2) to file a third-party comment at the time of the institution’s decennial review, or (3) to file a complaint against the institution for alleged non-compliance with a standard or requirement. Inquiries about Wayne Community College, such as admission requirements, financial aid, educational programs, etc. should be addressed directly to Wayne Community College and not the Commission’s office. Wayne Community College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action College and accommodates the needs of individuals with disabilities. It is the intent of the College that all courses be accessible to all qualified students. It is the student’s responsibility to make his or her disability known sixty days prior to enrollment. The student must request academic adjustments by contacting the Disability Services Counselor at 919-739-6728. Student Right-to-Know: Information regarding the persistence rate of enrolled students toward graduation and transfer-out-rate is available in the Office of Admissions and Records. Student rights under FERPA are available at www.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fcpo/ferpa/index.html or in the Office of Admissions and Records and in the Office of Counseling Services. Wayne Community College issues this schedule for the purpose of furnishing prospective students and other interested persons with information about the institution and its programs. Announcements contained herein are subject to change without notice and may not be regarded in the nature of binding obligations on the college or state. Efforts will be made to keep changes to a minimum, but changes in policy by the State Board of Community Colleges, the Community College System, or by local conditions may make some alterations in curriculums, fees, etc., necessary. For additional information, contact the college at (919) 735-5151 or visit our Web site at www.waynecc.edu. Wayne Community College is a tobacco-free institution.


WCC CES Spring 2013 Course Schedule