Course Schedule Fall 2016

Course Schedule Fall 2016 Continuing Education Classes for Fall, 2016 Academic Classes for Fall, 2016 Beaufort County Community College Serving Be...
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Course Schedule Fall 2016

Continuing Education Classes for Fall, 2016 Academic Classes for Fall, 2016

Beaufort County Community College

Serving Beaufort, Hyde, Tyrrell, & Washington Counties table of contents General Information

Contact Information.......................................................................................... Back Cover Registration & Payment........................................................................................................3 Who May Register?................................................................................................................3 Fees, Books & Supplies.........................................................................................................3 Refunds......................................................................................................................................3 Scholarship Opportunities & Funding Assistance................................................... 28 Registration Form................................................................................................................ 29

College & Career readiness

Purpose of College & Career Readiness.........................................................................4 College & Career Readiness Class Fees...........................................................................4 Complete the College & Career Readiness Orientation...........................................4 Adult Basic Education & High School Equivalency....................................................4 English as a Second Language..........................................................................................4 Take the High School Equivalency Exam.......................................................................4

Healthcare Programs

Phlebotomy..............................................................................................................................5 Nurse Aide I..............................................................................................................................5 Nurse Aide II.............................................................................................................................5 Registered Medical Assistant.............................................................................................5 Registered Medical Assistant (Hybrid)............................................................................5 BLS CPR/First Aid/AED..........................................................................................................6 Pharmacy Technician............................................................................................................6

Human Resources Development

Exploring Healthcare Careers............................................................................................7 Overcoming Barriers to Employment Success.............................................................7 National Career Readiness Certification (NCRC) Prep Classes................................7 Keyboarding for the Job Seeker........................................................................................7 MS Word for the Job Seeker...............................................................................................7

Emergency medical services

Emergency Medical Technician Initial Provider (Hybrid)...................................................8 EMT to Advanced EMT (Intermediate) Initial Provider........................................................8 EMT to Paramedic (Hybrid)..............................................................................................................8 Online Anatomy for Physiology for Paramedics....................................................................8 Online Critical Care Review Class..................................................................................................8 Survival Spanish for Emergency Medical Services (EMS)..................................................8

fire training

NIMS 400-EPT-4400.............................................................................................................................9 Public Safety Weekend......................................................................................................................9 Fire Academy..........................................................................................................................................9

Personal Enrichment

Defensive Driving DDC-4.................................................................................................. 10 Small Engine Repair ........................................................................................................... 10 Learn to Play Guitar............................................................................................................ 10 Excursion/Opera, Mozart’s Don Giovanni.................................................................... 10 Excursion/A Sense of Place.............................................................................................. 10 Beekeeping Basics............................................................................................................... 10 Cake Decorating I................................................................................................................ 10 Welding for Fun.................................................................................................................... 11 Bow Hunting Basics............................................................................................................ 11 Yoga.......................................................................................................................................... 11 Line Dancing......................................................................................................................... 11 Carolina Shag Dancing-Intermediate.......................................................................... 11 Golf Fundamentals............................................................................................................. 11 Golf: Improving Your Swing............................................................................................. 11 Tai Chi...................................................................................................................................... 11 Quilting................................................................................................................................... 12 T Shirt Quilting..................................................................................................................... 12 iPhone/iPad Workshop I.................................................................................................... 12 Android Workshop.............................................................................................................. 12 Musical Keyboarding......................................................................................................... 12 Making a Carolina Snowflake.......................................................................................... 12 Holiday Party Foods............................................................................................................ 12 Making Monotype Prints.................................................................................................. 12 Tobacco Stick Stars............................................................................................................. 13 Critical Incident Preparation & Response................................................................... 13 Unarmed Self-Defense for Women............................................................................... 13 Concealed Carry Handgun Training............................................................................. 13 Advanced Concealed Carry Handgun......................................................................... 13

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Fall 2016 Beginners Handgun-Semi-Automatics........................................................................ 13 Beginners Handgun-Revolvers....................................................................................... 13

Workforce Programs

Title IX Seminar.................................................................................................................... 14 Notary Public........................................................................................................................ 14 American Sign Language................................................................................................. 14 Broker in Charge Update & Elective.............................................................................. 14 Industrial Maintenance Mechanic................................................................................. 14 HVAC: Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning.................................................... 14 Introduction to Conversational French....................................................................... 15 Introduction to Conversational Spanish..................................................................... 15 Medical Office Specialist................................................................................................... 15 Real Estate General Update and Elective.................................................................... 15 ServSafe® Complete Class with Test............................................................................. 15 ServSafe® (Review & Test only)....................................................................................... 15 Substitute Teacher Training............................................................................................. 15 Substance Abuse Counselor........................................................................................... 15 Engine Performance I......................................................................................................... 16 Administrative Office Assistant Certificate................................................................. 16 Forklift Training.................................................................................................................... 16 NC Vehicle Safety Inspection.......................................................................................... 16 Initial Vehicle Escort Certification and Recertification........................................... 16 Vehicle Emissions/OBD2................................................................................................... 16 Residential Wiring............................................................................................................... 16 Introduction to Computers (Windows 10): Internet Safety................................. 16 Introduction to Computers (Windows 10): Maintenance..................................... 17 Introduction to Computers (Windows 10): Getting Started................................ 17 Introduction to Computers (Windows 10): Using Web Mail................................ 17 Introduction to Computers (Windows 10): Using Windows 10.......................... 17 MIG & TIG Welding (AWS)................................................................................................. 17 Get Extreme Customer Service-for Cosmetologists............................................... 17 CDL Truck Driving................................................................................................................ 17

Small Business Center........................................................18-20 NCWorks Customized Training................................ 21 Online Classes/Ed2Go......................................................... 22 Washington County Center.....................................23-25

Adult Basic Education & High School Equivalency................................................. 23 Pharmacy Technician (Hybrid)........................................................................................ 23 Overcoming Barriers to Employment Success.......................................................... 23 Critical Incident Preparation & Response................................................................... 23 Excursion/A Sense of Place.............................................................................................. 24 Defensive Driving DDC-4.................................................................................................. 24 Musical Keyboarding......................................................................................................... 24 Android Workshop.............................................................................................................. 24 iPhone/iPad Workshop...................................................................................................... 24 Gardening with Bulbs........................................................................................................ 24 Conversational Spanish..................................................................................................... 24 Introduction to Computers/Windows 10-Box to Navigation.............................. 24 Introduction to Computers/Windows 10-Folders and Programs...................... 25 Introduction to Computers/Windows 10-Microsoft Office.................................. 25 Introduction to Computers/Windows 10-Internet Safety.................................... 25 Introduction to Computers/Windows 10-Email....................................................... 25 Microsoft Excel for Beginners......................................................................................... 25 Taking Your Business to the World with Etsy............................................................. 25 How to Market with YouTube™....................................................................................... 25 HP LIFE Online Entrepreneurship Training................................................................. 25

Davis Center................................................................................................... 26 Defensive Driving DDC-4.................................................................................................. 26 Gardening with Bulbs........................................................................................................ 26 Keyboarding for the Job Seeker..................................................................................... 26 hyde county Center....................................................................... 27 BLS CPR/First Aid/AED....................................................................................................... 27 Keyboarding for the Job Seeker..................................................................................... 27 HP LIFE Online Entrepreneurship Training................................................................. 27 Small Business Resources for Entrepreuners............................................................. 27 Using Social Media to Supercharge Your Business.................................................. 27 Crowdfunding & Other Ways to Get Funding........................................................... 27 Academic Classes fall 2016.......................................30-35

View courses online at www.beaufortccc.edu and click on the Continuing Education link.

Phone 252.940.6375

5337 Hwy. 264 East, Washington, NC 27889

Phone 252-940-6375

general information

Fall 2016

Registration & Payment There are three ways to register for Continuing Education classes at BCCC: By Phone

By mail

in-person

Call 252.940.6375 to register for classes and provide credit card information for payment. MasterCard, Discover and Visa are accepted.

Complete the Registration Form on page 29 of this catalog. Insert payment and mail to the address shown on the form.

You may register in person at the following

The Registration Form can also be printed from our website at www.beaufortccc.edu/ coned/contin.htm.

location: Beaufort County Community College Continuing Education, Building 8 5337 US 264 East Washington, NC 27889 Monday through Thursday, 8 am to 5 pm; Friday, 8 am to 4 pm. Note: Monday, May 16 through Thursday, July 29 the college hours will be Mon-Thurs 7:30am-5:30pm and closed on Fridays. Payment can be made with cash, check, money order and credit card. You must pay at the time of registration to complete your enrollment.

Pre-Registration is Required

Registration is accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please submit your registration by phone, mail or walk-in at minimum one week before the start date of the class. If you wait, the class may be full or canceled due to low enrollment.

Who May Register?

Any individual 16 years old or older may register for a Continuing Education course. Students under the age of 16 may take Defensive Driving courses at any time throughout the year. Students under the age of 16 are not allowed to register for other continuing education courses, with the exception of personal enrichment courses offered during the summer months.

Fees, Books & Supplies

Registration fees for each class do not include the cost of textbooks, supplies, or lab fees. Registration fees are set by the NC General Assembly and are based on the number of contact hours for each course. Continuing Education courses that require the use of technology equipment and/or the Blackboard Learning Management System will also include a $5 technology fee. The BCCC College Bookstore is open Monday through Thursday from 8am to 5pm and Friday from 8am to 4pm. You can contact the bookstore at 252-940-6231 or by visiting their website at http://www.beaufortccc.edu/Bookstore/book.htm.

Refunds

The refund policy for Beaufort County Community College was established by the North Carolina Department of Community Colleges. (1) A student who officially withdraws from class(es) prior to the first class meeting is eligible for a 100 percent refund. (2) A student is eligible for a 100 percent refund if a class fails to “make” due to insufficient enrollment. (3) After the respective class begins, a 75 percent refund shall be made upon the written request of the student if the student officially withdraws from the class prior to or on the 10 percent point of the scheduled hours of the class. (4) Registration fees for self-supporting classes are non-refundable once the class begins. Please note that refunds take 30-45 days to process. Refund checks are printed and mailed the second Friday of each month.

Transcripts

Students may obtain copies of their continuing education transcript upon written or electronic request to the Continuing Education Registration and Records Office. Transcripts may also be requested by fax. Transcripts will be released to other colleges, agencies, or employers only with written authorization of the student. Instructions and the Transcripts Request Form are available online at https://sites.google.com/site/conedbccc/ transcript-information. Official transcripts are $2.00. The College does not process requests for High School Equivalency transcripts (GED and HiSET). If you earned a High School Equivalency in North Carolina, you can request a copy of your High School Equivalency transcript by following the instructions provided at the North Carolina Community College System Office website. http://www.nccommunitycolleges.edu/college-and-career-readiness/high-school-equivalency/ high-school-equivalency-records

BCCC Online Services

If you are taking an online or hybrid class through Continuing Education, you will be provided an Outlook and Blackboard account through BCCC. Before students can access Outlook Email and Blackboard, they must determine their username and create a password by visiting the Continuing Education Student Username and Password Information page on the BCCC website. *Start on the BCCC home page: www.beaufortccc.edu *Click on the Continuing Education link. *Click on the Student Username & Password Info link.

LOCATION INDEX

Location Aurora Public Library, Aurora Beaufort County Community College, Washington BCCC Washington County Center, Roper Beaufort County Skills Center, Washington Chocowinity Fire Department, Chocowinity Hyde County Center, Englehard Metropolitan AMC Zion Church, Washington Ocracoke Community Center, Ocracoke Tyrrell Hall, Columbia Washington Fire Department, Washington

View courses online at www.beaufortccc.edu and click on the Continuing Education link.

Abbreviation Aurora PL BCCC WCC BCSC CFD HCC MAMCZ OCC TH WFD

Phone 252.940.6375

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College & Career Readiness

Fall 2016

Purpose of College & Career Readiness

Beaufort County Community College offers College & Career Readiness classes in Beaufort, Hyde, Washington and Tyrrell counties. Programs focus on developing academic competencies as well as the fundamental skills necessary for tomorrow’s jobs. Adults 18 years and older who lack basic skills can enroll in classes to: •Acquire the reading, writing and mathematical skills needed to get or advance in a job. •Meet requirements for getting into vocational training programs. •Study to pass the High School Equivalency tests (HSE). •Gain basic skills for entry-level employment. •Learn the skills needed to become a productive member of society and a smarter consumer.



College & Career Readiness Class Fees There is no charge for College & Career Readiness classes.

Steps to achieve success with College & Career Readiness!

STEP 1: Complete the College & Career Readiness Orientation

College and Career Readiness programs are open to adults 18 years of age or older. All prospective Adult Basic Education, High School Equivalency, and English as a Second Language students must be assessed prior to registration in College & Career Readiness classes. The College & Career Readiness staff uses the College & Career Readiness Assessment results to individualize instruction for each College & Career Readiness student. All College and Career Readiness orientations require a picture ID with proof of age. For information about the Assessment Testing Schedule or for additional information about the orientation, please call Penelope Radcliffe at 252-940-6325. 4:00 pm-8:00 pm Tuesday BCCC Campus B8 Rm. 816 Ms. McLaughlin 9:00 am-Noon 2nd and 4th Tuesdays BCCC Campus B8 Rm. 816 Ms. McLaughlin

STEP 2: Enroll and Attend a College & Career Readiness class! Adult Basic Education and High School Equivalency

The High School Equivalency program prepares adults to take a test that assesses their academic functioning level in Reasoning through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Social Studies and Science. The High School Equivalency Test is delivered in the Beaufort County Community College Testing Center located in Building 9 Room 926. The test features: extended response, short answer, multiple choice, fill in the blank, drag-and-drop, drop-down and hot spot. Students performing from non-reader through eighth grade will start at their own level of proficiency and will be allowed to proceed at their own speed until they achieve their goals. Those students performing on the high school level will review high school materials, including mathematics, reading, writing skills, science and social studies, preparing them to take the High School Equivalency (HSE) tests. 8:30 am-Noon Mon-Thurs. BCCC Campus B8 Rm. 813 Ms. Phyllis Brimmage 8:30 am-11:30 am Mon-Thurs. BCCC Campus B8 Rm. 816 Ms. Donna Woolard 4:00 pm-8:00 pm Tues., Wed., Thurs. Metropolitan AME Zion Church Ms. Mariana Rolinsky 5:00 pm-8:00 pm Tues. & Thurs. BCCC Campus, B8, Rm. 827 Ms. Phyllis Brimmage 6:00 pm-9:00 pm Tues. & Thurs. Tyrrell Hall, Columbia, NC Ms. Kisha Norman

English as a Second Language (ESL)

English as a Second Language is designed for adults who want to learn the English language skills necessary to function effectively in an English-speaking environment. 8:30am-2:00pm MTWTh (*M until 12 noon) BCCC8 827 Ms. Lilly-Corey 6:00pm-9:00pm Tues./Thurs. BCCC8 813 Ms. Shinohara

Clases de ESL y GED

Quiere usted aprender ingles o recivir su diploma de escuela secundaria? BCCC está ofreciendo clases todos los dias y se acomodan a sus necesidades. 8:30am-2:00pm MTWTh (*M until 12 noon) BCCC8 827 Ms. Lilly-Corey 6:00pm-9:00pm Tues./Thurs. BCCC8 813 Ms. Shinohara

OPTIONAL STEP 3: Take the High School Equivalency Exam!

The last step in each student’s educational journey through the College and Career Readiness programs program involves completion of the High School Equivalency exam. This is an optional step if you are a student who already has a high school diploma and is completing College & Career Readiness classes to enhance reading, mathematical, and writing skills. The High School Equivalency exam is given in the Beaufort County Community College Testing Center located in Building 9, Room 926. A valid governmental picture ID is required for each testing session, NC ID or NC Drivers License/Passport, with no exceptions to this requirement. Students must establish a student record in www.ged.com and pay for a test with debit/credit card or an approved voucher option to register for the test. Students with issues with scheduling or refunds must call the GED Testing Center Support Line at 877-392-6433 or visit live chats for GED ready questions. In the Testing Center, all personal items must be stored in an individual locker. No hoodies, head coverings, cell phones, etc. are allowed in the testing room. Times for tesing for Fall 2016 is as follows: August 2 & 3 9:00am-7:00pm Sept. 20 & 21 9:00am-3:00pm Nov. 1 & 2 9:00am-7:00pm August 23 & 24 9:00am-3:00pm Oct. 4 & 5 9:00am-7:00pm Nov. 15 & 16 9:00am-3:00pm Sept. 6 & 7 9:00am-7:00pm Oct. 18 & 19 9:00am-3:00pm Dec. 6 & 7 9:00am-7:00pm All scheduling is through www.GED.com. Available times for individual testing will be shown upon scheduling.

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View courses online at www.beaufortccc.edu and click on the Continuing Education link.

Phone 252.940.6375

Coming this fall!Basic Skills Plus--CNA Career Pathway

The Basic Skills Plus program allows eligible high school equivalency (GED ®/HiSET and Adult High School) students to concurrently enroll in selected career pathways/curriculum classes with the tuition waived. The program is designed to provide students with tools and resources necessary to persist and succeed in earning not only a high school credential but also to jump start into a career pathway. The program includes job and career preparation classes. A student must be enrolled in one of our High School Equivalency classes, must attend class consistently, must have adequate test scores and have passed one section of the GED/HiSET test or finished one AHS credit to be recommended for this program. More information will be available in the classroom. Please call Heather Collins, Director of College & Career Readiness, at 252.940.6298 to reserve a spot in an upcoming registration and orientation session.

Fall 2016

healthcare programs Phlebotomy

This 177 hour course provides classroom and clinical training experiences necessary to prepare students to safely and properly collect and handle blood specimens for diagnostic testing. Course content includes, but is not limited to: bloodborne pathogen precautions and safe handling of biohazardous materials, appropriate communication skills when working with patients, selection of venipuncture sites, maintaining venipuncture equipment, performing successful venipunctures, handling specimens, and clerical duties regarding blood analysis. Students will be required to perform venipunctures on each other under the direct supervision of the instructor. In addition to satisfactory attendance and academic performance, students will not progress to clinical unless they are competent at phlebotomy sticks in the lab setting and they have clear criminal background checks and negative drug tests. The course fee includes a $180 registration fee, $13 malpractice insurance fee, $1.25 accident insurance fee and $5 CPR card fee. Additional costs for class: textbook; phlebotomy kit; three-ring binder notebook (2 inch), and pens/pencils and paper for note-taking approximately $10.00. Additional costs for clinical: background check and drug testing fee, current immunizations (cost varies per individual), at least two uniforms-approximately $35.00 each, 1 white lab coat-$18-25.00, white shoes (soft-soled, closed toe) $20-35. Funding assistance may be available through the NCWorks Career Center. Interested persons must apply to the NCWorks office in their home county. Beaufort County residents should call the NCWorks Career Center at 252-946-3116 for application information. 9:00am-1:00pm Mon/Wed Aug.15-Dec. 7 Fee: $199.25 177 hrs 25964 BCCC12 1218 6:00pm-10:00pm Tues/Thurs Aug. 16-Dec. 8 Fee: $199.25 177 hrs 25967 BCCC12 1218

Nurse Aide I

The Nurse Aide I course prepares students to provide personal care and basic nursing skills for elderly adults. Emphasis is on the role of the nurse aide; communication; documentation; infection control; safety; resident’s rights; common disorders/diseases of body systems, aging changes; personal care and grooming; accurate measurement of vital signs; elimination; nutrition; death and dying. Although strongly encouraged, high school diploma is not required for entry into NA I program. Upon satisfactory completion of course, student is eligible to apply for North Carolina State Certification Examination. Successful completion of state exam required for listing as a Nurse Aide I on the North Carolina Nurse Aide I Registry. A pre-requisite course, Exploring Healthcare Careers, is required before registration in the Nurse Aide I course. The course fee includes a $180 registration fee, $13 malpractice fee, $1.25 accident insurance fee and $5 CPR card fee. Additional costs: textbook; TB test-$15-30.00; watch with second hand-$5-10.00; white soft-soled, closed-toe shoes-$20.00 and up; clinical uniform approx. $35.00 each, dual head stethoscope- approx. $25.00. Funding assistance may be available through the NCWorks Career Center. Interested persons must apply to the NCWorks office in their home county. Beaufort County residents should call the NCWorks Career Center at 252-946-3116 for application information. Mon/Wed 6:30pm-10:00pm, every other Sat. 8:30am-4:30pm Aug.15-Dec. 14 Fee: $199.25 186 hrs 25975 BCCC12 1212 8:30am-1:30pm Tues/Thurs Aug.16-Dec.15 Fee: $199.25 186 hrs 25976 BCCC12 1212

Nurse Aide II

The Nurse Aide II course prepares the Nurse Aide I to further their employable skills and qualify for a higher level of practice. Entry into the Nurse Aide II program requires a listing of good standing on NAC Nurse Aide I Registry. After review of basic NAI knowledge, including infection control, students learn more complex medical care procedures. Upon satisfactory completion of the course and final written/lab competency evaluation, students are eligible to apply for Nurse Aide II listing with the NC Board of Nursing-Nurse Aide 2 Registry. The class fee includes a $180 registration fee, $13 malpractice fee, $1.25 accident insurance fee and $5 CPR card fee. Additional costs: textbook purchased at BCCC bookstore, TB test-$1530, watch with second hand-$5-10, white soft-soled, closed-toe shoes-$20 and up, clinical uniform-approx. $35 each, dual head stethoscope-approx. $25. Tues/Thur 6:00pm-10:00pm, every other Sat. 8:30am-4:30pm Aug.16-Dec.10 Fee: $199.25 186 hrs 25978 BCCC12 1206

Registered Medical Assistant

The Registered Medical Assistant program is a two-part program for serious students interested in becoming multi-skilled front and back office medical assistants. Registered Medical Assistant I meets 360 hours and Registered Medical Assistant II meets 360 hours. Upon completion of Part I and Part II students will be able to sit for a National Medical Assistant examination through American Medical Technologists (AMT). The class fee includes a $180 registration fee, $13 malpractice fee, $1.25 accident insurance fee and $5 CPR card fee. Mon 8:30am-12:30pm, Tues/Thurs 8:30am-3:00pm Aug.15-Feb.14 Fee: $199.25 360 hrs 25968 BCCC12 1220

Registered Medical Assistant (Hybrid)

The Registered Medical Assistant program is a two-part program for serious students interested in becoming multi-skilled front and back office medical assistants. Registered Medical Assistant I meets 360 hours and Registered Medical Assistant II meets 360 hours. Upon completion of Part I and Part II students will be able to sit for a National Medical Assistant examination through American Medical Technologists (AMT). The class fee includes a $180 registration fee, $13 malpractice fee, $1.25 accident insurance fee and $5 CPR card fee. Please expect to spend View courses online at www.beaufortccc.edu and click on the Continuing Education link.

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Fall 2016

healthcare programs about 5.5 hours online. Tues/Thurs 6:30pm-10:00pm seated on campus, remainder online

Aug.16-Mar. 23

Fee: $204.25 360 hrs 25974 BCCC12 1217

BLS CPR/First Aid/AED

Keep your professional credentials up-to-date. These courses are designed for Healthcare Providers that need initial BLS CPR certification or recertification. The class fee includes a $40 registration fee. Additional costs include a $5 CPR card (payable upon registration) and $15.75 textbook that is available at the campus bookstore. 8:30am-12:30pm Saturday August 27 Fee: $45 4 hrs 25991 BCCC12 1206

Pharmacy Technican

This comprehensive 76-hour course will prepare students to enter the pharmacy field as a Pharmacy Technician 1. Course content includes medical terminology specific to pharmacy, reading and interpreting prescriptions, and defining drugs by generic and brand names. Students will learn dosage calculations, IV flow rates, drug compounding, dose conversions, dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control, and billing and reimbursement procedures. While several exam options may be discussed, our course is geared towards the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s PTCB Exam. The class fee includes a $180 registration fee. Additional costs include a textbook, workbook, drug calculations book, which should be purchased before the first night of class and a one inch binder/notebook. No books will be sold in class. Funding assistance may be available through the NCWorks Career Center. Interested persons must apply to the NCWorks office in their home county. Beaufort County residents should call the NCWorks Career Center at 252-946-3116 for application information. 8:30am-12:30pm Mon/Wed Aug.15-Oct.19 Fee: $180 76 hrs 25983 BCCC8 828 6:00pm-10:00pm Mon/Wed Aug.15-Oct.19 Fee: $180 76 hrs 25984 BCCC8 813

Pharmacy Technican Hybrid

This comprehensive 76-hour course will prepare students to enter the pharmacy field as a Pharmacy Technician 1. Course content includes medical terminology specific to pharmacy, reading and interpreting prescriptions, and defining drugs by generic and brand names. Students will learn dosage calculations, IV flow rates, drug compounding, dose conversions, dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control, and billing and reimbursement procedures. While several exam options may be discussed, our course is geared towards the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s PTCB Exam. The class fee includes a $180 registration fee and $5 technology fee. Additional costs include a textbook, workbook, drug calculations book, which should be purchased before the first night of class and a one inch binder/notebook. No books will be sold in class. Funding assistance may be available through the NCWorks Career Center. Interested persons must apply to the NCWorks office in their home county. Beaufort County residents should call the NCWorks Career Center at 252-946-3116 for application information. Online with seated dates: 8/16 6-10pm, 9/12, 9/14, 9/19, 9/21 6-9pm, 10/4 6-9pm, 10/18 6-10pm Fee: $185 76 hrs 25985 WCC/Online

ONLINE CLASSES IN HEALTHCARE PROGRAMS

Certificate in Mediation Certificate in Gerontology HIPAA Compliance Certificate in Brain Health Medical Transcription Become a Physical Therapist Aide Certificate in Stress Management Spanish for Medical Professionals Human Anatomy & Physiology I & II Medical Coding Medical Math Certificate in Healing Environments Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach

Visit www.ed2go.com/beaufortccc.edu or call 252.940.6262 to register!

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN TEACHING FOR US? The BCCC Continuing Education Division is seeking part-time instructors in a variety of areas. Please visit our website at www.beaufortccc.edu/coned/contin.htm and complete the online interest form! A Continuing Education staff member will call you to discuss employment opportunities.

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human resources development Exploring Healthcare Careers

This class is designed just for students who are interested in going into the healthcare field. Students who complete this class will be eligible to enroll in our Nurse Aide I (NA I) or Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) programs. Students who are interested in enrolling in our Medical Office Specialist Program are also welcome to take this class. Students will explore the healthcare industry while concentrating on their chosen field of study. Students who are interested in enrolling in our Medical Office Specialist, Phlebotomy, or Pharmacy Technician programs are also welcome to take this class. Students will also earn their National Career Readiness Certification or NCRC, which is required to enroll in our NA I or RMA Program. Fee Waivers for the registration fee and the $5 technology fee are available for qualifying individuals. Students will also pay $66 in assessments fees that cannot be waived. 6:15pm-9:15pm Mon/Wed Aug. 29-Sept. 26 Fee: $141 24 hrs 25845 BCCC8 823 6:15pm-9:15pm Mon/Wed Oct.17-Nov. 9 Fee: $141 24 hrs 25846 BCCC8 823

Overcoming Barriers to Employment Success

Are you finding it hard to find a job? If so, we have a training class to help you remove potential barriers to employment. The program is designed by Dr. John J. Liptak. Dr. Liptak has published numerous books, study guides, and developed several programs around “Career Services”. He has over 20 years of experience. In this class, we will teach individuals how to evaluate and overcome personal and financial barriers, emotional and physical barriers, career decision-making and planning barriers, job seeking knowledge barriers, and education and training barriers. Students will receive a participant’s guide to allow them to participate in all the hands-on activities. Fee waivers for the registration fee and the $5 technology fee are available for qualifying individuals. Workbook is $24.00, subject to change without notice. 9:00am-Noon Mondays Aug. 22-Oct. 31 Fee: $130 30 hrs 25848 BCCC8 823

National Career Readiness Certification (NCRC) Prep Classes

Do you need to earn your National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC)? We have developed a specialized three-week class to assist individuals with earning their National Career Readiness Certification (NCRC). The NCRC is a nationally recognized portable credential that measures employability skills in three areas: Reading for Information, Applied Math, and Locating Information. Many companies in Beaufort and surrounding counties either require or give preference to applicants that have a NCRC. The course fee includes a $125 registration fee, a $30 testing fee and a $5 technology fee. Fee Waivers for the registration fee and the $5 technology fee are available for qualifying individuals. Individuals wishing to pursue their NCCRC will pay a $30 testing fee at the time of testing. Students may enroll at any time. Tuesday/Thursday Aug. 16-Sept. 29 Fee: $130 45 hrs 25843 BCCC8 823 Tuesday/Thursday Oct. 4-Dec. 8 Fee: $185 60 hrs 25844 BCCC8 823 Both classes meet Tuesdays/Thursdays 2:00pm-4:30pm, and every other Tuesday 6:00pm-8:30pm

Keyboarding for the Job Seeker

Are you seeking a job, but only ‘hen peck’ at the computer keyboard? If so, this 24-hour class is designed just for you! Using a free online tool, the instructor will lead students through basic keyboarding practices. In addition, students will have typing assignments each week to help hone their skills. Fee waivers for the $70 registration fee and the $5 technology fee are available for qualifying individuals. This class is a prerequisite for the MS Word for the Job Seeker class. 9:00am-Noon Wednesdays Aug. 24-Oct.12 Fee: $75 24 hrs 25840 BCCC8 823



MS Word for the Job Seeker

Are you seeking employment and struggle with using Microsoft Word? This 24-hour class will teach students the basic foundation of using MS Word to type letters, memos, and other office correspondence. If time allows, students will use MS Word to update and review their resume. Fee waivers for the $70 registration fee and the $5 technology fee are available for qualifying individuals. **Students must have successfully completed the “Keyboarding for the Job Seeker” class or pass a typing test to enroll in the class. 9:00am-Noon Wednesdays Oct. 26-Dec. 7 Fee: $75 21 hrs

25841 BCCC8 823

BCCC is excited to be a part of two exciting new programs that will be available later Fall 2016. NC Fast, which is a partnership with the Department of Social Services (DSS), will prepare individuals for entry-level jobs with local DSS agencies. Working Smart is a soft skills program developed by the Charlotte-Mecklenberg Workforce Development Partners to address employer concerns in their region. Through a partnership with the NC Community College System and the Charlotte-Mecklenberg WDP, BCCC is in the process of submitting an application to offer this program to our local job seekers. This program has five modules and is geared towards assisting job seekers with soft skill development. For more information on these programs and to be added to the mailing list, please contact Lou Stout, Director of Workforce Initiatives, at 252-9406307 or by email at [email protected] BCCC is excited about these new opportunities!

ONLINE CLASSES!

• 12 Steps to a Successful Job Search • Listen to your Heart, and Success will Follow • Jump-Start Your Career with LinkedIn • Skills for Making Great Decisions • Resume Writing Workshop

• Computer Skills for the Workplace • Keyboarding • Career Success • Grammar Refresher • Interpersonal Communication

Visit www.ed2go.com/beaufortccc.edu or call 252.940.6262 to register! View courses online at www.beaufortccc.edu and click on the Continuing Education link.

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emergency medical services

Fall 2016

Emergency Medical Technician Initial Provider (Hybrid)

If you have little or no medical experience, this course will introduce you to emergency prehospital care. Upon completion of this course, you will be credentialed to provide emergency care at the EMT level and be allowed to take the state credentialing exam. The schedule includes online course components along with weeknight and Saturday sessions. The registration fee for this class is $180. Additional fees include $5 for a Student ID, $5 for a Technology Fee, $13.00 for Malpractice Insurance, $1.25 for Accident Insurance, and $5.00 for a CPR card. Funding assistance for may be available for qualifying individuals through your local NCWORKS Career Center. 6:30pm-9:30pm Mon. & Wed. Aug. 8-Dec. 12 Fee: $209.25 203 hrs 25420 BCCC10 28

EMT to Advanced EMT (Intermediate) Initial Provider

This course follows the North Carolina curriculum and bridges the Emergency Medical Technician to Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate (AEMT). Some Saturday sessions and additional scheduled clinical and field experience hours are required. Funding assistance may be available for qualifying individuals through your local NCWorks Career Center. The registration fee for this class is $180. Additional required fees include malpractice ($13) and accident ($1.25) insurance, technology fee ($5) and student ID ($5), totaling $24.25 for the course and must be paid along with the registration fee. 6:00pm-9:30pm Tuesdays & Thursdays Aug. 9-Dec. 13 Fee: $204.25 307 hrs 25422 BCCC10 30

EMT to Paramedic (Hybrid)

This course will follow the guidelines established by NCOEMS and will have online and classroom work that will educate the EMT to prepare for the North Carolina credentialing exam. Once successfully completing this course the student will be allowed to register for the North Carolina Paramedic Exam. The registration fee for this class is $180. Additional required fees include malpractice $13, student accident insurace $1.25, technology fee $5, student ID $5, totaling $204.25 for the course and must be paid along with the registration fee. Please note: instruction will be delivered through two classes to meet a total of 1,316 hours of instruction. Students will receive information regarding Part II of the class on the first night of the class. Funding assistance may be available for qualifying individuals through the NCWorks Career Center. Students will be required to submit a letter of affiliation at the time of registration in order for the registration fee to be fee waived. 1:30pm-5pm & 6pm-9:30pm Tues OR Wed Oct. 25-Oct. 26, 2017 Fee: $204.25 1,316 hrs 25946 BCCC10 31

Online Anatomy and Physiology for Paramedics

This course is designed for students preparing to register for a Paramedic course or credentialed providers needing continuing education. The objectives for this course satisfy the National Standard Curriculum and the NCEMS objectives. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of the fundamentals and the principles of anatomy and physiology. The registration fee for this course is $180. A $5 technology fee is included in the fee below. Online All Days Aug 22-Dec 9 Fee: $185 96 hrs 25952 Online

Online Critical Care Review Class

Vidant EastCare and Beaufort County Community College is hosting an online Critical Care Review course that will prepare Paramedics for the FP-C and the CCP-C exam. FP-C and CCP-C are the only Paramedic certifications recognized by Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS). Vidant EastCare is the only CAMTS accredited transport program in Eastern North Carolina. This course is 72 hours and has been approved by the Board for Critical Care Transport Paramedic Certification (BCCTPC). Paramedics who are already FP-C or CCP-C can use this course for recertification hours. BCCTPC requires 16 hours of approved Critical Care content. The textbook for the course is the AAOS Critical Care Transport, ISBN- 9781449642587. The course fee includes a $180 registration fee and $5 technology fee. Online All Days Sept 19-Dec. 9 Fee: $185 72 hrs 25953 Online

Survival Spanish for Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

According to the United States Census Bureau, 10% of North Carolina’s population is of Hispanic or Latino descent. With the rising population in North Carolina it is important to Emergency Medical Service (EMS) personnel to have the ability to communicate with each person that they encounter. Instructor Ben Correa will teach EMS personnel basic Spanish phrases that will help them to assess injuries and gain basic background information at the scene. Students will also leave the class with a pocket guide of basic Spanish phrases to keep with them while they are on duty. This course is not eligible to be fee waived. Call us at 252-940-6297 to schedule a class at your station!

Do you want to receive email updates regarding upcoming classes and events in the BCCC EMS Training Program? Subscribe now at http://www.tinyurl.com/bcccems. BCCC offers additional certification classes monthly, such as Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advance Life Support (PALS), and Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) along with various continuing education credit classes for EMS Professionals. Please check our website at http://www.beaufortccc.edu/coned/contin.htm for upcoming offerings or contact Billy Respass, Director of EMS Programs, at [email protected] or by phone at 252-940-6468 or Larry Gales, Coordinator of EMS Programs, at [email protected] or by phone at 252.940.6297.

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Phone 252.940.6375

fire training

Fall 2016

NIMS 400 EPT-4400

This course emphasizes large-scale organization development, roles and relationships of the primary staff, the planning, operational, logistical and fiscal consideration related to a large and complex, incident and event management. It describes the application of Area Command and the importance of inter-agency coordination during complex incidents and events. This course includes a final exam. Prerequisites: ICS-100, ICS-200, and ICS-300. This course must follow all current Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) guidelines. Students need to register at terms.ncern.org for this class or contact Johnny Williams. Fee waived for members of a qualified agency. 7:00pm-10:00pm Tues/Wed Aug.17-Sept. Fee: $70 25927 12 hrs CFD

“I joined the academy and there were a few times I thought about throwing in the towel and giving up. But then I realized I had more than just my fire department backing me. My whole community was looking at me and needed for me to perform and be successful. The training was tough at times. I had heard about teamwork before but I had never really experienced teamwork before I joined this academy and was forced to work with other people. The academy was more than just training to me. It was the start of something that is going to be a part of my life forever.” William Equils, Fire Academy Graduate

Fire Academy

We will be holding our second Fire Academy starting August 15. There will be a mandatory meeting on August 1 to get all essential paperwork so we can begin promptly on August 15. Classes will meet on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and every other Saturday. Class times will be 6pm–10pm weeknights and 8am–5pm on Saturdays. Class size is limited, so register early. For more info, please contact Johnny Williams, Director of Fire Training Programs, at [email protected] or by phone at 252-940-6363.

2nd Annual Public Safety Weekend BCCC Public Safety Programs (EMS, Fire, Law Enforcement) will hold our 2nd annual Public Safety Weekend on March 3-5, 2017. We are in the process of planning this weekend. If you have a class you would like to see offered please contact Johnny Williams, Director of Fire Training Programs, at (252) 940-6363 or [email protected] We will be providing more information in our monthly newsletter. You can subscribe at http://www.tinyurl.com/bcccfiretraining.

Our Public Safety Training Facility is up and operational. If you would like to schedule a training at the facility please contact Johnny Williams, Director of Fire Training Programs, at (252) 940-6363 or [email protected]

Other courses are being added on a daily basis.

Please check our website at http://www.beaufortccc.edu/coned and click on fire/rescue tab. Calendar is updated daily to show new classes that are added. For questions or to request other classes, contact Johnny Williams, Director of Fire Training Programs, at [email protected] or by phone at 252-940-6363. View courses online at www.beaufortccc.edu and click on the Continuing Education link.

Phone 252.940.6375

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personal enrichment

Fall 2016

Defensive Driving-DDC-4

Learn to drive defensively for the sake of family, friends, and yourself in this four hour course! It’s important to get there safely and without incident. You want to recognize hazards, understand your defenses, and act correctly and in time to avoid problems on the highway. Everyone is safer when you drive defensively, and you will avoid costly traffic tickets. We are pleased with our new 4 hour Defensive Driving class, and the District Attorney is too. This class will also satisfy the requirement of many businesses which employ drivers. We are offering plenty of sections to meet your needs. 9:00am-1:00pm Saturday August 13 Fee: $65 4 hrs 25484 BCCC8 829 5:30pm-9:30pm Monday August 22 Fee: $65 4 hrs 25485 BCCC3 125 9:00am-1:00pm Saturday September 17 Fee: $65 4 hrs 25934 BCCC8 829 5:30pm-9:30pm Monday September 26 Fee: $65 4 hrs 25935 BCCC3 125 5:30pm-9:30pm Monday October 17 Fee: $65 4 hrs 25936 BCCC3 125 9:00am-1:00pm Saturday October 22 Fee: $65 4 hrs 25937 BCCC8 829 9:00am-1:00pm Saturday November 12 Fee: $65 4 hrs 25938 BCCC8 829 5:30pm-9:30pm Monday November 28 Fee: $65 4 hrs 25939 BCCC3 125 9:00am-1:00pm Saturday December 10 Fee: $65 4 hrs 25940 BCCC8 829 5:30pm-9:30pm Monday December 19 Fee: $65 4 hrs 25941 BCCC3 125

Small Engine Repair

Be your own repair person this summer, and enjoy learning to fix your own stuff! In this class, students will gain the skills needed to diagnose, repair, and maintain both 2-cycle and 4-cycle engines. These include weed eaters, tillers, chain saws, leaf blowers, and small lawn mowers. Students will receive classroom instruction and hands-on experience. Students are encouraged to bring their own equipment to our shop for tune-up and repair. Price includes $78.75 registration fee and $1.25 accident insurance. 6:00pm-9:00pm Tues. & Thurs. Sept. 13-Oct. 6 Fee: $80 24 hrs 25957 BCCC8A 103 6:00pm-9:00pm Tues. & Thurs. Oct. 25-Nov. 17 Fee: $80 24 hrs 25958 BCCC8A 103

Learn to Play Guitar

Dust off that guitar that’s been sitting around and finally learn to play. You know you can do it. With Churchill Hodges’ guidance you’ll be picking and strumming in no time. He’ll teach you the major and minor chords and how to move between them. You’ll choose your favorite playing style whether it’s using a flat pic or finger picking. Various types of music such as Folk, Southern Rock, Blues, Contemporary Christian, Rock, and Blue Grass will be addressed. Each class session will contain group and individual instruction. 6:00pm-8:30pm Monday Sept. 26-Nov. 7 Fee: $45 15 hrs 25959 BCCC3 127

Excursion/Opera, Mozart’s Don Giovanni

Seduction, murder, masked characters, switched identities, colorful dancing, and a fiery conclusion are all carried by Mozart’s wonderful music in this 18th century moral tale. Once again we explore the fascinating world of opera with our instructor Jeff Phipps. On Tuesday evening Jeff will outline Don Giovanni and provide an understanding of its composer and the cultural milieu of the 18th century. He will also explain how an opera production is staged and costumed using his own experiences. On Saturday we will travel to the Greenville Grand and enjoy the Metropolitan Opera’s live HD broadcast of Mozart’s Don Giovanni. This excursion is a great way to enjoy opera and/or introduce yourself to this art form. We really enjoyed our opera classes last year, and we hope you’ll join in. Price includes class, travel, and ticket to Don Giovanni. 6:00pm-8:30pm, Tues; 11:00am-4:00 pm, Sat. Oct. 18 & Oct. 22 Fee: $65 7.5 hrs 25960 BCCC8 828

Excursion/A Sense of Place

Become more familiar with this wonderful place where we live. We will start with a lecture by BCCC’s history instructor Keith Lyon. He will explain the change in the religious landscape of 19th century America. That’s when relatively new denominations began their rise to prominence. In our area both the Methodist Church and the Baptist Church reflected the national trend of congregants “voting with their feet.” People began leaving the traditional Anglican Church for a more democratic church experience. On Saturday, October 15 we will visit three churches which represent this phenomenon. First we’ll visit the beautiful and simple 1853 Rehoboth Methodist Church in Washington County. Then we will cross the Albemarle Sound to Edenton and visit the more ornate St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. The Gale Street Baptist Church will help us understand the African-American perspective. There’s time for a good lunch in Edenton and a tour of its historic district. You will come home informed and happy that you live in Eastern NC. Price includes lecture and field trip. Participants will pay for their lunch. 6:00pm-8:30pm, Tues; 8:00am-4:00pm, Sat. Oct. 4 & Oct. 15 Fee: $55 10.5 hrs 25965 BCCC8 828

Beekeeping Basics

Are you are interested in keeping bees to facilitate pollination in your own garden or farm? Or are you interested in understanding the importance of bees to our food crops and garden success? Either way, this class will give you a good foundation for beekeeping and a greater appreciation of these vital pollinators. We are fortunate to have Berry Hines Sr., a certified NC Master Beekeeper, and a lifetime keeper of bees to lead this class. In four sessions we will address the biology of bees, hive structure, site selection, beekeeping resources, hive health, pest control, honey extraction, and more. One evening we will visit a beekeeping operation, and students will be allowed to don a bee suit and inspect hives up close. Price includes $43.75 registration fee, $1.25 accident insurance fee, and lots of good honey to sample! 6:00pm-8:30pm Thursday Sept. 22-Oct. 20 Fee: $45 4 hrs 25986 BCCC8 826

Cake Decorating I

This year your holiday baking will be so much more inviting when you learn to decorate cakes, cupcakes, and cookies from Michele Daniels. In BCCC’s Cake Decorating I class you will learn to decorate cakes that will delight your family and friends. Learn to master elegant borders using

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Phone 252.940.6375

personal enrichment

Fall 2016

shells, rosettes, and stars. Learn to create lovely flowers such as roses, rosebuds, sweet peas, and pansies. Take this class and enjoy decorating a beautiful cake for every holiday event! 6:00pm-8:30pm Monday Sept. 26-Nov. 7 Fee: $45 15 hrs 25992 BCCC8 830

Welding for Fun

Have you ever thought about all the cool things you could make if only you knew how to weld? Well, here’s your chance to find out how. We’ve got all the material you’ll need, and the safety equipment too. Just join this class and you’ll learn the basics of Mig (GMAW), Tig (GTAW), and stick (SMAW) welding. By the end date you will have made your own art project to keep. Fire pits are the most popular! Course fee includes $118.75 registration fee and $1.25 student accident insurance fee. 9:00am-Noon Saturday Sept. 17-Oct. 15 Fee: $120 15 hrs 25997 BCCC4 112

Bow Hunting Basics

This sport is becoming more and more popular with women and men in Eastern NC. Here’s an opportunity to learn all about it without having to purchase any equipment. We’ll have bows and arrows for left and right handers. And students will experience the fun of archery and learn about using those skills for hunting. You’ll learn about the types of game, the seasons for each, rules and etiquette for bow hunting, equipment choices, local resources for hunting, and tournaments. Then every evening we will go out to our range and practice using the bows and arrows. Course fee includes $53.75 registration fee and $1.25 student accident insurance fee. 5:30pm-7:30pm Monday Sept. 12-Oct. 3 Fee: $55 8 hrs 25998 BCCC8 825

Yoga

We are pleased to offer this healthful activity on our campus. Sharon Owens is a Kripalu Yoga certified instructor, and she will lead you to practice movement, breathing work, and meditation to become present in the moment and fully alive. The stretching is gentle and the benefits are immeasurable. Students will need to bring their own mat. Other equipment will be supplied. 5:30pm-6:45pm Thursday Sept. 8-Oct. 13 Fee: $36.00 7.5 hrs 25999 BCCC10 Multipurpose 5:30pm-6:45pm Thursday Oct. 27-Dec. 15 Fee: $36.00 7.5 hrs 26000 BCCC10 Multipurpose

Line Dancing

Our first Line Dancing class was so very popular that we added more sections for Fall. And we added some time to each session. So it’s going to be even more fun! It’s also healthy because the exercise in each session is gentle and moderate. It improves memory while you learn the various dances (we’ll go through 20 different styles.) And you’ll enjoy getting ready for weddings and holiday parties. Please join us for 6 weeks of entertaining line dancing. Price includes registration fee and accident insurance. And don’t forget; it’s just plain fun! 5:30pm-7:00pm Monday Sept. 12-Oct. 17 Fee: $30 9 hrs 26001 BCCC10 Multipurpose 5:30pm-7:00pm Monday Nov. 7-Dec. 12 Fee: $30 9 hrs 26002 BCCC10 Multipurpose 10:00am-11:30am Tuesday Sept. 6-Nov. 1 Fee: $30 9 hrs 26003 BCCC10 Multipurpose 10:00am-11:30am Tuesday Nov. 8-Dec. 13 Fee: $30 9 hrs 26004 BCCC10 Multipurpose

Carolina Shag Dancing

The Shag is the favorite couples dance in the Carolinas. Come and learn this traditional social activity and enjoy the fellowship in our dancing classroom. It will not take long for couples to master the basic steps and at least six fun moves. Dance etiquette will be part of the instruction. After this class couples will be ready to confidently join-in at many social events. 6:00pm-7:30pm Tuesday Sept. 13-Oct. 18 Fee: $50 9 hrs 26005 BCCC8 826

Carolina Shag Dancing - Intermediate

OK, you’ve mastered the basics. Now join this class to perfect your shagging and add more steps to your repertoire. More shagging, more fun. We’ll continue to build confidence with the basics and add new moves. Chris Winstead will lead the class, and you will lead everyone to the dancefloor at the next party! 6:00pm-7:30pm Tuesday Nov. 1-Dec. 6 Fee: $50 9 hrs 26006 BCCC8 826

Golf Fundamentals

No golf clubs? No problem! We’ve got the clubs and the space for you to come and learn the basics of golf. It’s a great way to find out if this is the game for you. BCCC’s Health and Fitness Instructor, Ron Baldwin, will coach this four session class. And we’ll spend three classes at the Terrapin Track Golf Course. Enjoy the fall evenings and learn to address the ball, proper stance, grip the club, hip rotation, weight shift, target the shot, proper etiquette, and rules. Oh, and don’t forget, we’ll have lots of fun too. Price includes accident insurance fee of $1.25. 6:00pm-8:00pm Tuesday Sept. 13-Oct. 4 Fee: $45 8 hrs 26007 BCCC4 105

Golf: Improving Your Swing

Isn’t that what it’s all about? Spend 4 sessions working on your swing with instructor Ron Baldwin. He will also address other golfing techniques, and we will spend three classes at the Terrapin Track Golf Course. Come out and bring your clubs or use ours. Price includes $1.25 accident insurance fee. 6:00pm-8:00pm Tuesday Oct. 11-Nov. 1 Fee: $45 8 hrs 26008 BCCC4 105

Tai Chi

Wake up and stretch using this ancient Chinese exercise art. This class meets two mornings each week to give you sessions of gentle stretching. Tai Chi improves strength, flexibility, and bone density, and it maintains muscle mass. Folks who participate often report that they just feel better. Please join us. Price includes accident insurance fee of $1.25. View courses online at www.beaufortccc.edu and click on the Continuing Education link.

Phone 252.940.6375

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personal enrichment



9:00am-10:00am 9:00am-10:00am



Mon. & Wed. Mon. & Wed.

Fall 2016 Sept. 12-Oct. 19 Oct. 24-Nov. 30





Fee: $45 Fee: $45

12 hrs 12 hrs

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Quilting

We are pleased to have Quilting back on our schedule. And thanks are due to The Pamlico River Quilters’ Guild for their generous support of this class. The Guild wants to see more happy quilters in our area, and Debby Hodges will lead the way. Learn the basics of cutting, piecing, sewing seams, and quilting. Debby will address fabric choices and color combinations as you produce a wonderful sampler quilt. We will also visit a local quilting shop. So if you have any desire to learn quilting this is a great start. Book and supplies list available upon registration. 6:00pm-9:00pm Tuesday Sept. 13-Oct. 18 Fee: $40 18 hrs 26011 BCCC8 829

T-Shirt Quilting

T-shirts can be used to create a special memory quilt. Many quilters make them to give as high school graduation presents. So bring at least 10 pre-washed tees and find out how to create your own treasure. We highly recommend sewing or quilting skills when you join this class. Then just joinin and enjoy the fellowship that quilters are famous for sharing. We’ve had many requests for this class, so register early! Call for supply list. 6:00pm-9:00pm Tuesday Oct. 25-Nov. 29 Fee: $40 18 hrs

26012 BCCC8 829

IPhone®/iPad® Workshop I

Matthew Manning will have more time to provide the basics and you’ll have more time for your questions in this newly revamped Apple devices workshop. Bring your own iPhone® and/or iPad® so you can learn on your device. We will address security features, APPS, upgrades, and basic skills to help you get the most from your personal technology. And come with your own questions too, because Matthew wants to answer all of them. Limited class size to encourage plenty of individual attention. 5:30pm-8:30pm Tuesday September 20 Fee: $20 3 hrs 26013 BCCC2 114

Android Workshop

We’ve expanded this class to include more instruction and more individualized guidance. And we limit the class size to make sure that everyone gets the information they need. Please bring your own Android phone or tablet and enjoy learning the best features for you to employ. Matthew Manning will teach about APPS, security settings, set-up options, photo sharing, and entertainment features. He will have plenty of time to address your needs, and you will leave feeling more confident with your Android® device. 5:30pm-8:00pm Tuesday September 27 Fee: $20 3 hrs 26014 BCCC2 114

Musical Keyboarding

Consider this class as your introduction to piano and other keyboard instruments. Also, consider yourself lucky to have such a great teacher as Scott Bradshaw! During Musical Keyboarding you will develop the ability to play simple tunes on a keyboard. You’ll build an understanding of musical notation and the ability to read and play music. And you’ll enjoy your new skill at playing music for entertainment. We have the keyboards for you to learn on. Just bring your enthusiasm. 6:00pm-8:00pm Tuesday Oct. 18-Nov. 15 Fee: $55 10 hrs 26017 BCCC3 115

Making a Carolina Snowflake

Carolina Snowflakes are woven ornaments that are great for holiday decorating and gift giving. Come to this class and learn to make these charming ornaments and get ahead of the holiday rush. Each participant will make at least two snowflakes of woven rush, and probably more. They are easy and satisfying objects to weave, and you’ll enjoy making them at home later on. We have all the materials you’ll need. 6:00pm-9:00pm Tuesday October 25 Fee: $20 3 hrs 26019 BCCC8 826

Holiday Party Foods

Our new holiday tradition is Elaine Roberson’s Holiday Party Foods class. This year’s menu includes: Buttermilk Ham Biscuits with Horseradish Sauce Homemade Pimento Cheese Tea Sandwiches Microwave Party Mix Homemade Salsa with Chips Homemade Hummus and Veggie Tray Pineapple Cheeseball with Crackers Jumble Cookies Participants will help to prepare the menu if they choose. When all the food is prepared we’ll have one fine party indeed! Come hungry. 6:00pm-9:00pm Tuesday November 8 Fee: $25 3 hrs 26020 BCCC8 830

Making Monotype Prints

Every monotype print is unique. No experience is needed to make these charming prints that can be used for greeting cards, gift tags, or frameable art. Dottie Ann Walker will lead you to use natural materials to make your own prints, and she will guide you to add layers of color. Every participant will make numerous prints and will carry home a print making base for future projects. This is a great pre-holiday workshop, and all supplies are included. 9:00am-Noon Mon. & Wed. September 19 & 21 Fee: $40 6 hrs 26022 BCCC8 829 9:00am-Noon Mon. & Wed. October 17 & 19 Fee: $40 6 hrs 26023 BCCC8 829

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View courses online at www.beaufortccc.edu and click on the Continuing Education link.

Phone 252.940.6375

personal enrichment

Fall 2016

Tobacco Stick Stars with Sam Taylor

You’ve seen them around town, and their rustic charm is beguiling. We are fortunate that Sam Taylor has agreed to share his star making skills with us. We are offering this workshop so you can enjoy making these stars. Each participant will recycle tobacco sticks to make one large star or two smaller stars. They are instant heirlooms! All supplies included. Accident insurance included. 9:00am-Noon Wednesday October 26 Fee: $25 3 hrs 26021 BCCC8A-103

Critical Incident Preparation and Response

Todd Alligood is BCCC’s Director of Law Enforcement Training, and he will share his expertise and perspective on this very serious subject. Please attend if you desire to make your workplace safer. Todd will explain what to do if a critical incident, like an active shooter, occurs on or near your premises. Learn to prepare for critical incidents. Learn how to correctly summon help. Learn how to protect your employees, your clients and yourself should something happen. Receive guidance on precautions to take and procedures to implement that will be reassuring in these troubling times. 5:30pm-8:30pm Monday September 12 Fee: $45 3 hrs

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Unarmed Self-Defense for Women

Basic unarmed self-defense for women. Class will give students basics in unarmed self-defense options and unarmed tactics. Focus on self-awareness and the tools for basic escapes from attackers. Comfortable clothing should be worn for practical exercises. The registration fee includes a $75 registration fee and $1.25 accidental insurance fee. 9:00am-4:00pm Saturday September 17 Fee: $76.25 6 hrs 25894 BCCC10B-101 9:00am-4:00pm Saturday November 12 Fee: $76.25 6 hrs 25895 BCCC10B-101

Concealed Carry Handgun Training

Class covers laws governing the use of deadly force, concealed carry statute, & other relevant issues. Class covers the fundamentals of gun operation, personal protection with the use of a handgun, gun safety, ammunition, and shooting techniques. The registration fee includes a $75 registration fee and $1.25 accidental insurance fee. Thurs. Aug. 18, 6:00-9:00pm; Sat. Aug. 20, 9:00am-4:00pm Fee: $76.25 11 hrs 25891 BCCC10B 101 Thurs. Sept. 15, 6:00-9:00pm; Sat. Sept. 17, 9:00am-4:00pm Fee: $76.25 11 hrs 25892 BCCC10B 101

Advanced Concealed Carry Handgun

Advanced Concealed Carry Handgun is designed to provide a hands-on instruction to the safe handling and proper orientation for tactical drawing, moving and concealment and cover firing for students. This course is 8 hours long and includes classroom and range time. Students will learn rules for safe gun handling and review concealed carry law. This is not a beginner’s class. Students should have a firearm concealment holster and 50 rounds of ammunition. Students should also have proper attire, eye, and ear protection needed for range time. A copy of a valid Concealed Carry Handgun permit should be provided at the time of registration. The course fee includes an $85 registration fee and $1.25 accidental insurance fee. 9:00am-5:00pm Saturday Sept. 17 Fee: $86.25 8 hrs 25901 BCCC10B 101 9:00am-5:00pm Saturday Dec. 3 Fee: $86.25 8 hrs 25902 BCCC10B 101

Beginners Handgun: Semi-Automatics

BCCC offers Beginners Handgun orientation class for semi-automatic handguns. Beginners Handgun is designed to provide a hands-on introduction to the safe handling and proper orientation to one specific pistol action type for students. This course is 6 hours long and includes classroom and range time learning to shoot a specific pistol action type. Students will learn rules for safe gun handling; the particular pistol model parts and operation; ammunition; shooting fundamentals; cleaning the pistol; and continued opportunities for skill development. Students must show proof of ability to legally own a firearm with either a Handgun permit, CCH permit or County record check. The registration fee includes a $85 registration fee and $1.25 accidental insurance fee. 9:00am-4:00pm Saturday August 27 Fee: $86.25 6 hrs 25896 BCCC10B 101 9:00am-4:00pm Saturday September 24 Fee: $86.25 6 hrs 25897 BCCC10B 101 9:00am-4:00pm Saturday November 19 Fee: $86.25 6 hrs 25898 BCCC10B 101

Beginners Handgun: Revolvers

BCCC offers Beginners Handgun orientation class for revolver handguns. Beginners Handgun is designed to provide a hands-on introduction to the safe handling and proper orientation to one specific pistol action type for students. This course is 6 hours long and includes classroom and range time learning to shoot a specific pistol action type. Students will learn rules for safe gun handling; the particular pistol model parts and operation; ammunition; shooting fundamentals; cleaning the pistol; and continued opportunities for skill development. Students must show proof of ability to legally own a firearm with either a Handgun permit, CCH permit or County record check. The registration fee includes an $85 registration fee and $1.25 accidental insurance fee. 9:00am-4:00pm Saturday September 3 Fee: $86.25 6 hrs 25899 BCCC10B 101 9:00am-4:00pm Saturday November 5 Fee: $86.25 6 hrs 25900 BCCC10B 101

View courses online at www.beaufortccc.edu and click on the Continuing Education link.

Phone 252.940.6375

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workforce programs

Fall 2016

Title IX Seminar-for Educators

We are offering this one-day professional development seminar regarding Title IX, a Federal Civil Rights Law. Major topics are: Implementing Title IX Priorities; Investigating Reports of Sexual Misconduct; Pregnancy Accommodation; and Adjudicating Cases of Sexual Misconduct. This seminar will be of benefit to everyone who works in an educational setting and who desires to understand the complex legal and practical challenges of Title IX. The instructor for this course is Sarah Ford, partner with Parker Poe Attorneys and Counselors at Law in Raleigh, NC. 9:00am-3:30pm Thursday October 6 Fee: $140 5.5 hrs 26024 BCCC10 Multipurpose

Notary Public

This 6-hour course is required for persons wanting to apply for notary public commissions for the State of North Carolina. Various topics related to the duties of a notary public will be covered. Individuals should review the Notary qualifications list on the Secretary of State’s web site located at: http://www.secretary. state.nc.us/notary/ prior to registering for class. Per NC Secretary of State Guidelines, students will have to pass an exam to complete the class requirements. Students will be required to show a state issued photo ID and their social security card at the first night of class. This is a requirement from the Secretary of State’s office. A textbook, Notary Public Guidebook, is available in the BCCC Bookstore for $27. Books will not be sold in class and should be purchased prior to class. 9:00am-4:00pm Friday August 26 Fee: $70 6 hrs 26056 BCCC8 Auditorium 9:00am-4:00pm Friday October 14 Fee: $70 6 hrs 26057 BCCC8 Auditorium 9:00am-4:00pm Friday November 18 Fee: $70 6 hrs 26058 BCCC8 Auditorium

American Sign Language

This 24-hour course will cover a variety of topics related to American Sign Language including basic history, terminology & how to interpret in different arenas. Students will receive suggested homework each week to review topics covered. At the conclusion of this course students should have the knowledge & ability to have basic conversation with the Deaf Community. A textbook is required and can be purchased from the BCCC Bookstore for $21.75, Talking with Your Hands and Listening with Your Eyes. 6:00pm-9:00pm Mondays Sept. 26-Nov.14 Fee: $70 24 hrs 25876 BCCC8 821

Broker in Charge (BIC) Update and Elective

The Real Estate BIC Update and Elective course will satisfy the requirements for renewal of your annual real estate license. You may take either class or both classes, depending on your individual needs. The registration fee will be the same whether you attend one night or both nights. Elective topic has not been finalized. BCCC will provide the Update book, students will need to purchase the Elective book directly from Dearborn Publishing. 6:00pm-10:00pm Tues/Thurs Oct.18/Oct. 20 Fee: $50 8 hrs 25868 BCCC8 Auditorium

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

The Industrial Maintenance Program prepares individuals to repair and maintain electrical and mechanical systems and physical structures of commercial and industrial companies. Coursework will follow the Level 1, Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Course from the National Centerfor Construction Education and Research (NCCER). Students who complete all the module exams will earn the NCCER IMM, Level I Credential. Students will receive both classroom and hands-on instruction. Two textbooks are required and can be purchased for $157.75 from the BCCC Bookstore, Industrial Maintenance Mechanic, Level 1. Funding assistance may be available through your local NCWorks Center (formerly known as JobLink). For more information and an eligibility assessment, please contact your local NCWorks Career Center. The course fee includes a $180 registration fee and $1.25 student accident insurance fee. 8:30am-3:30pm Mon/Wed Aug. 17-Dec.12 Fee: $181.25 195 hrs 25875 BCSC

HVAC: Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning

Our program will be based on the Level 1 HVAC (heating and air-conditioning systems) technology program. We will provide both classroom instruction and practical skills that will allow a student to enter the workforce as an installer or technician. While our program will be based on the NCCER curriculum, we will not be offering the Level 1 Credential for this course. The course fee includes a $180 registration fee and a $1.25 student accident insurance fee. Textbook is approximately $90 and is available in the BCCC Bookstore. 6:00pm-9:00pm Mon/Thurs Aug. 22-Dec. 8 Fee: $181.25 90 hrs 25879 BCSC

Culinary Arts Program Orientation Sessions Culinary Food Arts Level 1 This will be the introductory course for the program and will include such topics as: • Sanitation • Basic Kitchen Layouts • PPE Personal Protection Equipment • Basic Knife Skills • Basic Menu Planning • Measuring and Food Prep • Human Resource Development Soft Skills • ServSafe® Certification Upon completion, students will have the basic skills required for entry-level employment opportunities with the retail food services industry. For more information about this program, contact Lou Stout, Director of Workforce Initiatives, at 252-940-6307 or email [email protected] sessions will be held in to provide details about the program along with registration information and program costs.

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Introduction to Conversational French

This course will introduce students to the basic vocabulary and fundamentals of the French language. French customs, culture and everyday life will be covered. 6:00pm-8:00pm Tuesday Sept. 13-Nov. 1 Fee: $40 16 hrs 25883 BCCC3 113

Introduction to Conversational Spanish

This 12.5-hour introductory course will prepare students to communicate with Hispanic co-workers, customers, friends, or family. Course content will be basic greetings, vocabulary, and individual phrases students wish translated. This class will also introduce students to basic grammar concepts. At the end of this class, students will be able to greet people, talk about themselves, and understand the basics. Students should bring a small 3-ring binder to class. 6:00pm-8:30pm Tuesdays Sept. 20-Oct. 18 Fee: $30 12.5 hrs 25884 BCCC8 821

Medical Office Specialist

The Medical Office Specialist program will provide skills training in basic computer operations, medical terminology, medical law and ethics, medical office procedures, professional etiquette, grammar review and transcription editing, electronic health records, and medical coding. This is a fast-paced program that will be offered in a hybrid setting with very few seated classes; most class sessions will be held online, via BlackBoard. Students should have a valid email account prior to registering for this program. At the completion of the program, students will have the opportunity to register and sit for the Medical Administrative Assistant Certification (CMAA). The course fee includes a $180 registration fee and $5 technology fee. The cost of the credential exam is $105 and is offered through the National HealthCareer Association (NHA). No textbooks are required. First Night is October 4--Mandatory class attendance; Online remainder of class 6:00pm-9:00pm All days Oct. 4-Dec. 15 Fee: $185 225 hrs 25903 Online

Real Estate General Update and Elective

The Real Estate General Update and Elective course will satisfy the requirements for renewal of your annual real estate license. You may take either occupational extension class or both classes, depending on your individual needs. The registration fee will be the same whether you attend one night or both nights. Elective topic has not been finalized. BCCC will provide the Update book, students will need to purchase the Elective book directly from Dearborn Publishing. 6:00pm-10:00pm Tues/Thurs Sept. 20-22 Fee: $50 8 hrs 25870 BCCC8 Auditorium

ServSafe®

This class will be the complete ServSafe® program. Food safety and consumer health are among the most pressing concerns for the food service industry. The restaurant and food service industry’s preeminent food safety training program, ServSafe®, is recognized and accepted by more federal, state, and local jurisdictions than any other. Effective training means your entire operation will be more efficient, more profitable, and have a better understanding of health department regulations. The ServSafe® certification will insure that two points will not be taken away at your sanitation inspections. Students will be required to have a textbook AND answer sheet to take the course. A limited number of “sets” are available in the BCCC Bookstore for $67.50 (tax included). Students may also purchase directly from the National Restaurant Association. No materials will be sold in class. 6:00pm-9:00pm Tuesday Sept.13-Oct. 4 Fee: $70 12 hrs 25853 BCCC3 125 6:00pm-9:00pm Tuesday Nov. 15-Dec. 6 Fee: $70 12 hrs 25854 BCCC3 125

ServSafe® (Review and Test Only)

This class will be a ServSafe® review and test only. Food safety and consumer health are among the most pressing concerns for the food service industry. The restaurant and food service industry’s preeminent food safety training program, ServSafe®, is recognized and accepted by more federal, state, and local jurisdictions than any other. Effective training means your entire operation will be more efficient, more profitable, and have a better understanding of health department regulations. The ServSafe® certification will insure that two points will not be taken away at your sanitation inspections. Students will be required to have a textbook and answer sheet to take the course. A limited number of “sets” are available in the BCCC Bookstore for $67.50 (tax included). Students may also purchase directly from the National Restaurant Association. No materials will be sold in class. 6pm-9pm Tuesday Oct. 18 Fee: $20 3 hrs 25855 BCCC8 829

Substitute Teacher Training

This 24-hour course prepares individuals to substitute teach in the local county school system. This course provides information on learning expectations, time management, monitoring student interaction, classroom management, and many other topics related to being a substitute. Students will be required to purchase a textbook for $21.75. Textbooks are available from the BCCC Bookstore and will not be sold in class.

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Substance Abuse Counselor

Are you interested in earning your NC Substance Abuse Counseling Certification? Take your first step with our Substance Abuse Counseling program! This online course taught via Blackboard will take you on a journey learning about screening, intake, orientation, assessment, treatment planning, counseling, case management, crisis intervention, client education, report and record keeping, consultation with other professionals in regard to client treatment and services, and referral to treat addictive disorder or disease and help prevent relapse. This program is approved by the NCSAPPB board. There will be some additional requirements to become a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor, such as supervision and clinical experience. Students will be responsible for completing this requirement. For more information on the state requirement to become a CSAC, go to http://www.ncsappb.org. Beverly Cates and Loretta Ebison will be the instructors for this program. A requirement for the course is a high school View courses online at www.beaufortccc.edu and click on the Continuing Education link.

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diploma or an official college transcript. The course fee includes a $180 registration fee and $5 technology fee. The $185.00 fee for this program does not include any fees required by the NCSAPPB towards the individual’s certification. Books for the course are available at the BCCC bookstore and can be found on the Continuing Education website. Book prices are subject to change.. Online All days Aug. 22-Dec. 18 Fee: $185 300 hrs 25862 Online

Engine Performance 1

This course covers the introduction, theory of operation, and basic diagnostic procedures required to restore engine performance to vehicles equipped with complex engine control systems. Topics include an overview of engine operation, ignition components and systems, fuel delivery, injection components and systems and emission control devices. Upon completion, students should be able to describe operation and diagnose/repair basic ignition, fuel and emission related drive-ability problems using appropriate test equipment/service information. Students can purchase the course textbooks from the BCCC library by providing the cashier with the course code (AUT 181). Students will need to bring with them a hand tool set to class. This is a basic set that includes wrenches, sockets, screwdrivers, and pliers. The class fee includes a $180 registration fee and $1.25 student accidental insurance fee. 6:00-9:50pm Wed/Thurs Aug. 16-Dec.15 Fee: $181.25 128 hrs 25912 BCCC2 108

Administrative Office Assistant Certificate

This class will teach students the basics to being an administrative office assistant. Within the class students will learn about proper attire and presentation, business English, document preparation and organization, professional communication as well as Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Instructor Linda Howard will help students learn how to apply these skills to a professional job and apply them to a professional resume. Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course. The class fee includes a $180 registration fee and $5.00 technology fee. 6:00-9:00pm Mon/Tues Aug. 22-Dec. 6 Fee: $185 90 hrs 25881 BCCC8 822

Forklift Training

This class will be based on the National Safety Council’s (NSC) Forklift Training Program. Students in this class will review an overview of forklift operation, inspection, and safe use of the forklift truck. Students will learn how to inspect the truck, and how to determine lift limitations. Students will also learn how to understand the center of gravity and how that goes along with safe operation to properly lift a load. Students will be responsible for demonstrating proper use by completing an obstacle course along with an inspection. Students will be required to purchase a textbook which comes with a certificate and wallet card from NSC for $6. Textbooks will be handed out at the class and will not be sold in the BCCC Bookstore. The course fee includes a $70 registration fee and a $1.25 accident insurance fee. 8:00am-4:30pm Saturday August 20 Fee: $77.25 8 hrs 25871 BCSC 8:00am-4:30pm Saturday October 8 Fee: $77.25 8 hrs 25872 BCSC

North Carolina Vehicle Safety Inspection

This course is designed to prepare auto technicians and service personnel as safety inspectors for motor vehicles. Course topics include regulations and test inspection procedures required by the NC DMV - Enforcement Section - for safety inspectors. Upon completion a student should understand the rules, regulations and procedures for safety inspections, be able to inspect a vehicle properly. The class fee includes a $70 registration fee. 5:00-9:00pm Mon/Tues Sept. 12-13 Fee: $70 8 hrs 25909 BCCC2 108

Initial Vehicle Escort Certification & Recertification

This course is required for those who wish to escort large vehicles and have an escort vehicle endorsement added to their driver’s license. Students must be either 21 years of age or be 18 to 21 years of age with a current Class-A license to attend. All students must have a driver’s license that has been valid for at least 12 months. 8:00am-5:00pm Tuesday October 4 Fee: $70 8 hrs 25908 BCCC8 829

Vehicle Emissions/OBD2 Inspection

This course is designed to prepare auto technicians and service personnel as emission inspectors for motor vehicles. Course topics include regulations and test inspection procedures required by the NC DMV - Enforcement Section - for emissions inspectors. Upon completion a student should understand the rules, regulations and procedures for emissions inspections, be able to inspect a vehicle properly. The class fee includes a $70 registration fee. 5:00pm-9:00pm Mon/Tues Sept. 26-27 Fee: $70 8 hrs 25910 BCCC2 108

Residential Wiring

This course introduces the care/usage of tools and materials used in electrical installations and the requirements of the National Electrical Code. Topics include NEC, electrical safety, and electrical blueprint reading; planning, layout; and installation of electrical distribution equipment; lighting; overcurrent protection; conductors; branch circuits; and conduits. Upon completion, students should be able to properly install conduits, wiring, and electrical distribution equipment associated with basic electrical installations. The class fee includes a $180 registration fee and $1.25 student accidental insurance fee. Books for this course are available at the BCCC Bookstore. 6:00pm-9:50pm Monday Aug. 16-Dec.15 Fee: $181.25 64 hrs 25906 BCCC2 109

Introduction to Computers (Windows 10): Internet Safety

In this workshop students will learn more about email scams, dealing with spam and Phishing, backing up files, suspicious sites and much more. Instructor Wesley Shelton will help students become more comfortable online and learn basic skills that will help them to protect their computers and themselves. Students will need to bring their laptops or tablets with Windows 10 installed to class. The class fee includes a $20 registration fee and $5 technology fee. 9:00am-Noon Tuesday August 23 Fee: $25 3 hrs 25969 BCCC8 824

Introduction to Computers (Windows 10): Computer Maintenance

Within this workshop, instructor Wesley Shelton will teach students how to react if your computer were to get a virus.  This also includes learning

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more about your home Wi-Fi security, Adobe Flash Player, and installing and updating browser plug-ins.  Students will need to bring their laptops or tablets with Windows 10 installed to class. The class fee includes a $20 registration fee and $5 technology fee. 9:00am-Noon Tuesday August 30 Fee: $25 3 hrs 25970 BCCC8 824

Introduction to Computers (Windows 10): Getting Started on the Internet

Within this workshop, instructor Wesley Shelton will teach students how to connect your PC. This also includes learning about Different types of Web Browsers and different parts of a Web Page. Students will need to bring their laptops or tablets with Windows 10 installed to class. The class fee includes a $20 registration fee and $5 technology fee. 9:00am-Noon Tuesday September 6 Fee: $25 3 hrs 25971 BCCC8 824

Introduction to Computers (Windows 10): Using Web Mail

Within this workshop, instructor Wesley Shelton will teach students how to setup and use different types of web mail (Outlook Live, Yahoo Mail, Gmail Mail). Students will need to bring their laptops or tablets with Windows 10 installed to class. The class fee includes a $20 registration fee and $5 technology fee. 9:00am-Noon Tuesday September 13 Fee: $25 3 hrs 25972 BCCC8 824

Introduction to Computers (Windows 10): Using Windows 10

Within this workshop, instructor Wesley Shelton will teach students how to use Windows 10 which includes creating and deleting files and folders.  They will also learn how to use the Windows 10 search tool to find information on your PC and how to copy or move files and folders to different locations. Students will need to bring their laptops or tablets with Windows 10 installed to class. The class fee includes a $20 registration fee and $5 technology fee. 9:00am-Noon Tuesday September 20 Fee: $25 3 hrs 25977 BCCC8 824

TIG & MIG Welding (AWS)



In this hands-on class, students will be introduced to Tungsten Insert Gas (TIG) welding and Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding. Various topics regarding the TIG and MIG welding process will be covered. Welding kits will be provided. However, if students wish to order their own, kits will be discussed in the first day of class. Kits typically costs around $203. Funding assistance may be available through your local NCWorks Center (formerly known as JobLink). For more information and an eligibility assessment, please contact your local NCWorks Center. The course fee includes a $125 registration fee and $1.25 accident insurance fee. 9:00am-1:00pm Thursdays Aug. 25-Nov. 10 Fee: $126.25 48 hrs 25877 BCSC 6:00pm-9:00pm Wednesdays Sept. 7-Dec. 14 Fee: $126.25 45 hrs 25878 BCSC

Get Extreme Customer Service-for Cosmetologists!

Come hear Kathy Jager, a 30-year veteran and author of As the Chair Turns, discuss “Get Extreme Customer Service”. Kathy will cover five keys to creating experiences that go beyond “just” the haircut! In this interactive workshop, Kathy will discuss how to differentiate yourself, what extreme customer service can look like, how to build customer loyalty, creating a culture and mindset to do anything, and finding your niche. This will be a fun-filled four hours! You can view more information about Kathy Jager on her website at http://www.kathyjager.com. The class fee includes a $70 registration fee. 9:30-1:30pm Monday September 26 Fee: $70 4 hrs 25869 BCCC8 Auditorium

CDL Truck Driving

The Truck Driver Training program at Beaufort County Community College will train students to drive a Class - A combination vehicle and prepare students for their pre-trip inspection, off road skills test and the driving test which are all components of the NCDMV commercial driver’s license (CDL) exam. Course fee of $226.25 includes $180.00 registration fee, $40.00 random drug testing fee, $5.00 technology fee, and a $1.25 accidental insurance fee. Book Fee: $118.00 (book prices are subject to change). Funding assistance may be available through your local NCWORKS Center (formerly known as Job Link). For more information and an eligibility assessment, please contact your local NCWorks Center. There are also scholarships available through State Employees Credit Union and Golden Leaf. Please click on the Scholarship Opportunities link on our webpage. This program is an online hybrid program which means that there will be online assignments apart from on-campus driving on the weekends.



Online, on demand All days 8:00am-6:00pm Sat. & Sun.

Aug. 29-Jan. 8 Fee: $226.25 384 hrs 25315 Aug. 29-Jan. 8

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The Mission of the Small Business Center Network (SBCN) is to increase the success rate and the number of viable small businesses in North Carolina by providing high quality, readily accessible assistance to prospective and existing small business owners, which will lead to job creation and retention. Contact Lentz Stowe, Director of Small Business Center, at 252-940-6306 or visit our website at http://www.beaufortccc.edu/coned/contin.htm to find out more. Services available through the Small Business Center Network include: • One-on-one business counseling, which provides an evaluation to determine immediate needs. • Custom designed programs to assist with preparation of paperwork necessary to obtain financing for a quali fied new business or expansion of an existing business. • Assistance for owners of existing businesses seeking information and direction. To make an online request for counseling complete the online form at https://www.ncsbc.net/reg.aspx?mode=counsel¢er=75030&subloc=0

Small Business Center Core Curriculum

How to Start a Small Business

Attend this core competency workshop to answer the following questions: Are you ready to start a business? What are the advantages and disadvantages of a new business? Where do I obtain permits and licenses? What tax information is needed and where do I find it? How do I maintain objectivity? 6:00pm-8:00pm Monday October 17 Fee: No Charge 2 hrs BCCC8 828

How to Write a Business Plan

Starting your own small business is a huge step for anyone. This class will help you with the fundamentals in writing a business plan. A business plan is the foundation for success when making a decision to start a new business or acquire an existing business. Your business plan is key when it comes to seeking funds for your business. Topics discussed include the Executive Summary/Describing your Business/Marketing/ Market Research/Analysis and the Financial Plan. 6:00pm-8:00pm Monday August 15 Fee: No Charge 2 hrs BCCC8 828 6:00pm-8:00pm Monday November 7 Fee: No Charge 2 hrs BCCC8 828

Advertising & Marketing For Your Small Business

Drawing attention to your business is tougher than ever before! Large chain stores, a challenging economy, the Internet, etc. have made the small business venture often times frustrating. BUT you can take matters into your hands and discover what you can do to bring customers to you. In this seminar, you will learn low cost advertising/marketing strategies and methods, how to create a marketing plan, how to score greater sales with current customers and other “tricks” of the trade. Advertising and Marketing for the Small Business is a seminar you will want to be a part of. 6:00pm-8:00pm Monday September 12 Fee: No Charge 2 hrs BCCC8 828 6:00pm-8:00pm Monday November 14 Fee: No Charge 2 hrs BCCC8 828

Financing Your Small Business

Starting your own business is part of the American dream. You’ve given this thought, you’ve sought advice, and you are just about ready to begin. Then you ask yourself: How do I finance my business? Is there someone out there who can give me good, solid, reliable advice? Are there loans/grants available to assist me? What should I be aware of? The economy is tough—I don’t want to fail—help! This workshop will put your mind at ease and provide you with the tools, steps, advice, answers and guidance you may need. By attending, you will gain knowledge and confidence in financing your business. 6:00pm-8:00pm Monday Sept. 26 Fee: No Charge 2 hrs BCCC8 828 6:00pm-8:00pm Monday Dec. 5 Fee: No Charge 2 hrs BCCC8 828

Recordkeeping and Taxes for Small Business

Do you know your product or service upside down and backwards, BUT the numbers just drive you up the wall? Do you work really hard, but always seem to run out of cash at the end of the month? This seminar will help you understand the financial aspects of your business. We’ll talk about tax issues. You’ll become familiar with those financial terms that confuse you, but are the road map to your success. You will learn what makes your business thrive and grow; what a CPA is and when and how to use them; how to understand financial statements; what your banker is looking for; and what federal and state reports are required. 6:00pm-9:00pm Monday October 3 Fee: No Charge 3 hrs BCCC8 828 6:00pm-9:00pm Monday December 12 Fee: No Charge 3 hrs BCCC8 828

Small Business Resources for Current and Prospective Entrepreneurs

BCCC Small Business Center Director, Lentz Stowe, shares resources gathered from counseling small businesses and prospective business owners in eastern NC. Resources are also received from attending annual professional development conferences. 2:00pm-4:00pm Thursday October 6 Fee: No Charge 2 hrs TH

The Pros, Cons, and Business Opportunities of Selling on Amazon

Selling on Amazon is a good strategy for manufacturers, people who create their own products, or those who want to set themselves up to be more of a middleman to sell items. Amazon is also a good strategy if you are a “brick and mortar” who would like to expand your reach or business owners who can leverage Amazon to assist in shipping, distribution, and customer service for their operation. However, there are a few hurdles

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Business Plan Fundamentals

Starting your own small business is a huge step for anyone. This class will help you with the fundamentals in writing a business plan. A business plan is the foundation for success when making a decision to start a new business or acquire an existing business. Your business plan is key when it comes to seeking funds for your business. Topics discussed: the executive summary/describing your business/marketing/market research/ analysis and the financial plan. 6:00pm-8:00pm Tuesday August 23 Fee: No Charge 2 hrs AuroraPL

Secrets of Great Customer Service

These days, businesses will not survive for long without great customer service. Find out what you need to do to keep your current customers happy, attract new ones, and keep both groups coming back. We’ll discuss some of the typical reasons why customers leave and what you can do. We’ll look at customer service from different perspectives and share stories--the good, the bad, and the ugly. You’ll leave with skills to improve customer relationships, build customer loyalty, and increase sales. 2:00pm-5:00pm Thursday August 25 Fee: No Charge 3 hrs BCCC8 828

How to Set Up Quickbooks Pro

This beginner level in-depth seminar focuses on the important steps necessary to set up a Quickbooks company data file for your business. Topics include creating the chart of accounts, setting up users, and understanding the basics of financial statements, opening balances, and backing up data files. A helpful primer for those who wish to use QuickBooks for their business accounting, Individuals who have taken QuickBooks classes or currently use QuickBooks will benefit from attending. Class will be held in a computer lab. 2:00pm-5:00pm Wednesday August 31 Fee: No Charge 3 hrs BCCC8 822

Quickbooks Advanced

Are you already familiar with QuickBooks? Would you like to better manage your business? This specialized seminar covers topics such as modifying, formatting, memorizing and saving financial reports; creating graphs; exporting reports in MS Excel; creating budgets; and the use of sub-accounts, job costing, and classes in QuickBooks. Class will be held in a computer lab. 2:00pm-5:00pm Thursday September 1 Fee: No Charge 3 hrs BCCC8 822

15 Common Mistakes That Will Undermine Any Business

The presenter, Mr. Bob Moore, created this seminar from his experiences of owning his own business and working for medium and large domestic and international corporations. Opening and operating a small business normally involves a great deal of time and a substantial financial investment. During this seminar, you will learn the fifteen most common mistakes made by entrepreneurs and many corporations that ultimately undermine the business. Regardless of whether you are opening or operating a business, regardless of the size of your company, this seminar will prove to be invaluable in helping you form a legal, profitable, and growing business. Make a solid investment in the future survival of your business by planning to attend this informative seminar! 6:00pm-9:00pm Wednesday September 21 Fee: No Charge 3 hrs BCCC8 828

Taking Your Home Business to the World Market with Etsy

Have you ever wished you could sell the things you make online? Looking for a way to market to a specific group of people who don’t live here? Have collectibles you have held onto for 20 years? Do you have materials that can be used to make other things? Have you written your own howto articles that you just know would sell to the right people? Tried Ebay and gave up on it? It you have one-or all-of these situations, Etsy could be for you. This class is an orientation to Etsy.com, a world online marketplace with millions of sellers and buyers! You will learn what you can and

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cannot sell on Etsy, how to choose a name and open a shop, what you need to make it look good and be taken seriously, how to collect money and ship, selling internationally, what kind of things will get you in trouble, and where to go if you need help. 2:00pm-5:00pm Tuesday October 11 Fee: No Charge 3 hrs BCCC8 828

Fueling Your Small Business in NC (Financing Your Business)

This workshop is designed to put you in the driver’s seat to create a plan that will help you find money to start or expand a business. Rather than just going for the “Best” or most financing you can get, you will learn to identify the financing that is right for your business. This money, known as capital, is a critical part of creating a successful company. Money does not make a good entrepreneur or successful business. It can help a strong entrepreneur with a good business idea to be more successful or grow faster. If you’ve done the hard work of developing a strong business idea, outside money can be critical. 3:00pm-5:00pm Thursday October 20 Fee: No Charge 2 hrs BCCC8 828

Parliamentary Procedures Made Easy

Parliamentary procedure is a term many believe limited to government associations. However, nonprofit leaders cannot afford to be ignorant of parliamentary procedure basics. Courts have held that organizations are subject to the principles of parliamentary law if they don’t have procedural policies of their own. As a result, ignoring or incorrectly applying parliamentary procedure can lead to embarrassment and lawsuits. This seminar will cover the purpose of parliamentary procedures, general principles of parliamentary procedures, standard agenda, precedence of motions, and procedures in taking minutes. This seminar will make reference throughout the presentation on the role of the moderator/chair person/ president. All boards are required to use rules of order, and your Bylaws state these rules will be followed. Don’t get embarrassed with the misuse or nonuse of parliamentary procedures. 2:00pm-5:00pm Thursday December 1 Fee: No Charge 3 hrs BCCC8 828

HP LIFE Online Entrepreneurship Training

HP Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurs (HP LIFE) is a global program that offers aspiring entrepreneurs and small business-owners valuable business skills. HP LIFE offers participants a path to realizing their business dreams. The NC Small Business Center Network, in partnership with the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE), is pleased to offer this innovative program to NC entrepreneurs and small business owners free of charge! This program is self-paced, making it possible for more aspiring entrepreneurs to participate. All you have to do is register to start. You can read more about this program at https://www.ncsbc.net/. Click on the HP Life logo. On Demand All Days Fee: No Charge 20-30 hrs Online

ONLINE Small business CLASSES!

Fundamentals of Supervision & Management • Mastery of Business Fundamentals Writing Effective Grant Proposals • Nonprofit Fundraising Essentials Achieving Success with Difficult People Understanding the Human Resources Function • Creating a Successful Business Plan Customer Service Fundamentals • Start a Pet Sitting Business For more information or to register, go to www.ed2go.com/beaufortccc or call 252.940.6262! 20

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NCWorks Customized Training

Fall 2016

The Mission of the Customized Training Program (CTP) is to help businesses maintain their competitive edge through awareness, education, and training. If your company is interested in learning more about these training opportunities, or to schedule a class, please contact Sara Watson, Director of the NCWorks Customized Training Program, at 252.940.6311 or visit our website at http://www.beaufortccc.edu/coned/contin.htm. Services available through the Customized Training Program include: • Specialized training offered to fit the needs of your industry with flexible scheduling. • Customized courses can be held at BCCC, Beaufort County Skills Center, or at the business/industry location. • We provide training for Beaufort, Hyde, Washington, and Tyrrell Counties.

Some of the CUSTOMIZED TRAINING CLASSES OFFERED... Operator/Mechanic Skills Training Reliability/Productivity classes include: • • • • • •

Introduction to Lean Manufacturing Yellow and Green Belt Certification Poka Yoke-Mistake Proofing 5-S Lean Six Sigma Value Stream Mapping

Quality classes include: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

TS 16949 NAQ-1 Commercial Grade Dedication ISO 14001 Environmental Management Measurement System Analysis Kepner Tregoe: Analytical Problem Solving Blueprint Reading Internal Auditor Training Lead Auditor Training Process Mapping OJT Train-the-Trainer FMEA (Failure Mode & Effects Analysis) GD&T (Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing) Math for Measurement IPC 610

Leadership/Management classes include: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Essentials of Leadership Managing Complaints Resolving Conflicts Effective Discipline Time Management Achieve Global Supervisory/Manager Training Essentials of Communication Providing Performance Feedback Delegating Change Management Providing Constructive Feedback DDI Supervisory/Manager Training Business Management Leading Across Generations DISC Training

• • • • • • • • • • • •

Solidworks and AutoCad PLC GibbsCAM CNC Level I and II Welding Machining Fabrication Robotic Welding Injection Molding Inventor Basic Electrical Commercial Grade Dedication

Safety classes include: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Site Workplace Assessment OSHA 10 & 30 (General Industry & Construction) Overhead Crane Training Hazwoper Training Bloodborne Pathogens CSIP (Continuous Safety Improvement) Ergonomics Confined Space Entry Hazardous Materials Training Fire Extinguisher Training Fall Protection Lockout/Tagout Supervisor’s Role in Safety Compliance OSHA Records & Accident Investigation Duties & Responsibilities of Safety Committeees Inspection Checklist

View courses online at www.beaufortccc.edu and click on the Continuing Education link.

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Online classes/Ed2Go

Fall 2016

Beaufort County Community College Ed2Go courses are designed to meet individual’s needs and interests by enabling learners to take classes in the comfort of their own homes. You can study at a time that is most convenient for you, without the need for attending classes on campus. Each class will consist of two (2) lessons per week for a total of twelve (12) lessons or the equivalent of twenty-four (24) contact hours for 2.4 CEU credits. Certificate of Completions are available upon successful completion of a course. Over 300 courses are available through Ed2Go in a diverse group of categories. Below are several of the featured courses available. You can visit http://www.ed2go.com/beaufortccc/ for a full list of courses. Remember—we have gift certificates available if you wish to purchase a registration for a friend or family member as a gift! Call 252.940.6375 for more information. BRAND NEW COURSES RELEASED! Responsive Web Design, Quickbooks 2014 for Contractors, Photoshop Elements 13 for the Digital Photographer, Discover Sign Language, Explore a Career in Nursing, Understanding the Cloud, Write Effective Web Content, and many more!

Accounting & Finance Accounting Fundamentals Introduction to Quickbooks 2014 Performing Payroll in Quickbooks 2014 Quickbooks for Contractors 2014 Introduction to Peachtree Acct 2014 Introduction to Crystal Reports Personal Finance Real Estate Investing Stocks, Bonds, & Investing: Oh My! Where does all my money go? Keys to Successful Money Mgmt

Computer Applications (34 classes) Introduction to Adobe Edge Animator Introduction to Lightroom 5 Introduction to Flash CS5 or CS6 Introduction to Word 2010 or 2013 Introduction to Excel 2010 or 2013 Introduction to Microsoft Project Introduction to Access 2010 or 2013 Introduction to Microsoft Outlook Introduction to Microsoft Publisher

What’s New in Microsoft Office 2010 language & arts Writing Essentials Write your Life Story Pleasures of Poetry Writing for ESL Spanish for Medical Professionals Spanish for Law Enforcement Speed Spanish Instant Italian Conversational Japanese Beginning Conversational French

teaching & education Spanish in the Classroom Empowering Students with Disabilities Grammar for ESL Response to Intervention (RTI) Teaching Students with ADHD Survival Kit for New Teachers Ready, Set, Read! Teaching Preschool: A Year of Lessons Understanding Adolescents Teaching Writing: Grades K-3 Enhancing Language Dev. In Childhood Homeschool with Success! Learn the Common Core State Standards

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business Fundamentals of Supervision & Mgmt Administrative Asst Fundamentals Mastery of Business Fundamentals Writing Effective Grant Proposals Nonprofit Fundraising Essentials Achieving Success with Difficult People Understanding the HR Function Creating a Successful Business Plan Customer Service Fundamentals Start a Pet Sitting Business Start Your Own On-line Business

design & composition Creating Web Pages Designing Effective Websites Introduction to InDesign CS5 or CS6 Introduction to Photoshop CS5 or CS6 Introduction to Digital Scrapbooking Introduction to Illustrator CS5 or CS6 Introduction to Dreamweaver CS5 or CS6 Creating WordPress Websites I & II Introduction to CSS3 & HTML Introduction to Javascript

Law & Legal Employment Law Fundamentals Workers Compensation Real Estate Law LSAT Preparation Part I LSAT Preparation Part II Paralegal Certificate Program Explore a Career as a Paralegal

technology Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2013 Introduction to Networking Understanding the Cloud Wireless Networking Introduction to PC Security Comp TIA Security + Certification Prep Achieving Top Search Engine Positions Introduction to PHP and MySQL Creating Mobile Apps with CS5 Marketing your Business on the Internet Blogging & Podcasting for Beginners Introduction to Google Analytics Mac, iPhone and iPad Programming Introduction to XML

college readiness Everyday Math Introduction to Statistics Introduction to Algebra Human Anatomy & Physiology II Introduction to Chemistry Introduction to Biology GED Preparation GRE Preparation –Part I GRE Preparation—Part II GMAT Preparation Prepare for the GED® Math Test

healthcare & medical Medical Math Certificate in Stress Management Certificate in Meditation Certificate in Healing Environments Medical Terminology Medical Coding Become a Physical Therapy Aide HIPAA Compliance Certificate in Gerontology Become a Veterinary Assistant

writing & publishing Write and Publish your Nonfiction Book Introduction to Screenwriting The Craft of Magazine Writing Publish and Sell your E-Books Romance Writing A to Z Grant Writing Becoming a Grant Writing Consultant Beginning Writer The Keys to Effective Editing

personal development Individual Excellence Leadership Discover Digital Photography Mastering your Digital SLR Camera Assisting Aging Parents Marriage & Relationships: Keys to Success Managing Life as a Single Parent Navigating Divorce 12 Steps to a Successful Job Search Intro. to Natural Health & Healing Drawing for the Absolute Beginner Genealogy Basics Introduction to Guitar

View courses online at www.beaufortccc.edu and click on the Continuing Education link.

Phone 252.940.6375

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Washington County Center 100 NC Hwy 32 North Roper, NC 27970 Phone 252-741-9090

Washington County CenteR Classes

Fall 2016

College & Career Readiness Adult Basic Education and High School Equivalency

The High School Equivalency program prepares adults to take a test that assesses their academic functioning level in Reasoning through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Social Studies and Science. The High School Equivalency Test is delivered in the Beaufort County Community College Testing Center located in Building 9 Room 926. The test features: extended response, short answer, multiple choice, fill in the blank, drag-and-drop, drop-down and hot spot. Students performing from non-reader through eighth grade will start at their own level of proficiency and will be allowed to proceed at their own speed until they achieve their goals. Those students performing on the high school level will review high school materials, including mathematics, reading, writing skills, science and social studies, preparing them to take the High School Equivalency (HSE) tests. 9:00am-2:00pm Mon.-Wed. WCC Ms. Chesson 6pm-9pm Tues/Thurs WCC TBA

healthcare classes Pharmacy Technican Hybrid

This comprehensive 76-hour course will prepare students to enter the pharmacy field as a Pharmacy Technician 1. Course content includes medical terminology specific to pharmacy, reading and interpreting prescriptions, and defining drugs by generic and brand names. Students will learn dosage calculations, IV flow rates, drug compounding, dose conversions, dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control, and billing and reimbursement procedures. While several exam options may be discussed, our course is geared towards the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s PTCB Exam. The class fee includes a $180 registration fee and $5 technology fee. Additional costs include a textbook, workbook, drug calculations book, which should be purchased before the first night of class and a one inch binder/notebook. No books will be sold in class. Funding assistance may be available through the NCWorks Career Center. Interested persons must apply to the NCWorks office in their home county. Beaufort County residents should call the NCWorks Career Center at 252-946-3116 for application information. Online with seated dates: 8/16 6-10pm, 9/12, 9/14, 9/19, 9/21 6-9pm, 10/4 6-9pm, 10/18 6-10pm Fee: $185 76 hrs 25985 WCC/Online

human resources development classes Overcoming Barriers to Employment Success

Are you finding it hard to find a job? If so, we have a training class to help you remove potential barriers to employment. The program is designed by Dr. John J. Liptak. Dr. Liptak has published numerous books, study guides, and developed several programs around “Career Services”. He has over 20 years of experience. In this class, we will teach individuals how to evaluate and overcome personal and financial barriers, emotional and physical barriers, career decision-making and planning barriers, job seeking knowledge barriers, and education and training barriers. Students will receive a participant’s guide to allow them to participate in all the hands-on activities. Fee waivers for the registration fee and the $5 technology fee are available for qualifying individuals. 6pm-9pm Tues/Thurs 8/23-9/22 Fee: $130 30 hrs 25888 WCC

personal enrichment classes Critical Incident Preparation and Response

We are repeating this topical and informative class. Tony Keech, BCCC Police Officer, will again share his expertise and perspective on this very serious subject. Please attend if you desire to make your workplace safer. Tony will explain what to do if a critical incident, like an active shooter, occurs on or near your premises. Learn to prepare for critical incidents. Learn how to correctly summon help. Learn how to protect your employees, your clients and yourself should something happen. Receive guidance on precautions to take and procedures to implement that will be reassuring in these troubling times. 5:30pm-8:30pm Monday September 19 Fee: $15 3 hrs 25980 WCC View courses online at www.beaufortccc.edu and click on the Continuing Education link.

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Washington County CenteR Classes

Fall 2016

Excursion/A Sense of Place

Become more familiar with this wonderful place where we live. We will start with a lecture by BCCC’s history instructor Keith Lyon. He will explain the change in the religious landscape of 19th century America. That’s when relatively new denominations began their rise to prominence. In our area both the Methodist Church and the Baptist Church reflected the national trend of congregants “voting with their feet.” People began leaving the traditional Anglican Church for a more democratic church experience. On Saturday, October 15 we will visit three churches which represent this phenomenon. First we’ll visit the beautiful and simple 1853 Rehoboth Methodist Church in Washington County. Then we will cross the Albemarle Sound to Edenton and visit the more ornate St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. The Gale Street Baptist Church will help us understand the African-American perspective. There’s time for a good lunch in Edenton and a tour of its historic district. You will come home informed and happy that you live in Eastern NC. Price includes lecture and field trip. Participants will pay for their lunch. 6:00pm-8:30pm, Tues; 8:00am-4:00pm, Sat. Oct. 11 & Oct. 15 Fee: $55 10.5 hrs 25966 WCC

Defensive Driving-DDC-4

Learn to drive defensively for the sake of family, friends, and yourself in this four hour course! It’s important to get there safely and without incident. You want to recognize hazards, understand your defenses, and act correctly and in time to avoid problems on the highway. Everyone is safer when you drive defensively, and you will avoid costly traffic tickets. We are pleased with our new 4 hour Defensive Driving class, and the District Attorney is too. This class will also satisfy the requirement of many businesses which employ drivers. We are offering plenty of sections to meet your needs. 9:00am-1:00pm Saturday September 24 Fee: $65 4 hrs 25942 WCC 9:00am-1:00pm Saturday October 29 Fee: $65 4 hrs 25943 WCC 9:00am-1:00pm Saturday November 19 Fee: $65 4 hrs 25944 WCC 9:00am-1:00pm Saturday December 17 Fee: $65 4 hrs 25945 WCC

Musical Keyboarding

Consider this class as your introduction to piano and other keyboard instruments. Also, consider yourself lucky to have such a great teacher as Scott Bradshaw! During Musical Keyboarding you will develop the ability to play simple tunes on a keyboard. You’ll build an understanding of musical notation and the ability to read and play music. And you’ll enjoy your new skill at playing music for entertainment. We have the keyboards for you to learn on. Just bring your enthusiasm.. 6:00pm-8:00pm Tuesday Sept. 13- Oct. 11 Fee: $55 10 hrs 26016 WCC

Android Workshop

Bring your own Android powered phone or tablet to this fun and informational session. During the workshop Kisha Norman will help you find the best pathways to get the most from your device. Learn about APPS, security settings, set-up options, linking email, photo sharing, and entertainment features that you can use every day with confidence. Class size is limited so students will have plenty of time to address individual needs. Leave feeling more comfortable operating your Android device. 9:00am-Noon Tuesday October 18 Fee: $20 3 hrs 26025 WCC 5:30pm-8:30pm Tuesday October 18 Fee: $20 3 hrs 26026 WCC

Making a Carolina Snowflake

Carolina Snowflakes are woven ornaments that are great for holiday decorating and gift giving. Come to this class and learn to make these charming ornaments and get ahead of the holiday rush. Each participant will make at least two snowflakes of woven rush, and probably more. They are easy and satisfying objects to weave, and you’ll enjoy making them at home later on. We have all the materials you’ll need. 6:00pm-9:00pm Tuesday October 11 Fee: $20 3 hrs 26018 WCC

iPhone®/iPad® Workshop

Bring your own device and spend some time learning how to best enjoy your Apple iPad® or iPhone®. Kisha Norman will show you all sorts of tips and tricks to help you get the most from these products. Security features, apps, email linking, updating and photo sharing will all be taught. And we limit enrollment so that all who attend will have plenty of time to address individual needs. Come prepared to ask all of those questions you have been having! 9:00am-Noon Thursday October 20 Fee: $20 3 hrs 26027 WCC 5:30pm-8:30pm Thursday October 20 Fee: $20 3 hrs 26028 WCC

Gardening with Bulbs

Plants which flower from bulbs can grace your garden in every season, and these beautiful plants are among the toughest you can have. Also, Beaufort County’s rich history of bulb producers gives us a great variety of plants to choose from. Come and learn how to choose, design, plant, and maintain bulbs in your garden. Clay Carter will also discuss many old-garden favorite bulbs which are reliable in Eastern NC. 9:00am-11:30am Wednesday November 2 Fee: $15 2.5 hrs 26029 WCC

Workforce Programs Conversational Spanish

This 12.5-hour introductory course will prepare students to communicate with Hispanic co-workers, customers, friends, or family. Course content will be basic greetings, vocabulary, and individual phrases students wish translated. This class will also introduce students to basic grammar concepts. At the end of this class, students will be able to greet people, talk about themselves, and understand the basics. Students should bring a small 3-ring binder to class. 9:00am-11:30am Wednesday Sept. 21-Oct. 19 Fee: $30 12.5 hrs 25885 WCC

Introduction to Computers/Windows 10: From the Box to Boot Up and Basic Navigation

In this workshop, students will learn what is involved in bringing their new computer or laptop out of the box and what programs need to be installed. They will also explore basic navigation and what precautions needs to be taken in setting up their new computer. Students will need to bring with them their laptops or tablets with Windows 10 installed. The course fee includes a $20 registration fee and a $5 technology fee.

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Phone 252.940.6375

Fall 2016

Washington County CenteR Classes

9:00am-Noon

Tuesday

September 13

Fee: $25

3 hrs

25947

WCC Comp. Lab

Introduction to Computers/Windows 10: Locating and Opening Folders and Programs

Students will learn how to save, locate, and open files and folders for storing of information. This workshop will also explore how to open programs, make shortcuts, and delete files, folders, and shortcuts. Students will need to bring with them their laptops or tablets with Windows 10 installed. The course fee includes a $20 registration fee and a $5 technology fee. 9:00am-Noon Tuesday September 20 Fee: $25 3 hrs 25948 WCC Comp. Lab

Introduction to Computers/Windows 10: Basic Microsoft Office

This workshop will introduce students to the programs included within Microsoft Office as well as basic navigation through some of the more popular programs such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Students will need to supply their own laptop or computer. Students will need to bring with them their laptops or tablets with Windows 10 installed. It is recommended that students have some previous knowledge of Microsoft Office programs as this workshop serves as an overview of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. The course fee includes a $20 registration fee and a $5 technology fee. 9:00am-Noon Tuesday September 27 Fee: $25 3 hrs 25949 WCC Comp. Lab

Introduction to Computers/Windows 10: Safely Navigating the Internet

The internet can be a scary place. In this workshop, students will learn how to safely navigate the internet and gain a better understanding of the basic settings that can help safe guard against unwanted information. Students will also have the opportunity to gain basic knowledge concerning safely purchasing items from the internet. Students will need to bring with them their laptops or tablets with Windows 10 installed. The course fee includes a $20 registration fee and a $5 technology fee. 9:00am-Noon Tuesday October 4 Fee: $25 3 hrs 25950 WCC Comp. Lab

Introduction to Computers/Windows 10: Getting to Know Email

With most of today’s communication taking place over email, individuals need to know how to create, send, and save email. In this workshop, students will cover the basics of email and learn how to create a free account and learn how to navigate and communicate through it. Students will need to bring with them their laptops or tablets with Windows 10 installed. The course fee includes a $20 registration fee and a $5 technology fee. 9:00am-Noon Tuesday October 11 Fee: $25 3 hrs 25951 WCC Comp. Lab

Microsoft Excel for Beginners

small business center classes

Excel is a very versatile, business oriented, application. Beginners are encouraged to attend and proficient users may attend as well. Come and learn introducations and some Excel basics, creating a worksheet, formatting the worksheet, embedding a chart, file management, saving a worksheet, printing a worksheet, basic formulas and functions, as well as participate in a question and answer period. 3:00-5:00pm Wednesday October 26 Fee: No Charge 2 hrs WCC

How to Market Your Business with YouTube™

Marketing is no longer about the stuff you make but the stories you tell. By marketing your business on YouTube you have the opportunity to tell your story, and to educate, inform, and communicate with your target customers. This seminar will cover the basics on starting your YouTube channel, how to create effective videos, content management, advertising and monetization, and how to increase your brand online using videos on YouTube and social media. 3:00-6:00pm Thursday September 15 Fee: No Charge 3 hrs WCC

HP LIFE Online Entrepreneurship Training

HP Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurs (HP LIFE) is a global program that offers aspiring entrepreneurs and small business-owners valuable business skills. HP LIFE offers participants a path to realizing their business dreams. The NC Small Business Center Network, in partnership with the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE), is pleased to offer this innovative program to NC entrepreneurs and small business owners free of charge! This program is self-paced, making it possible for more aspiring entrepreneurs to participate. All you have to do is register to start. You can read more about this program at https://www.ncsbc.net/. Click on the HP Life logo. On Demand All Days Fee: No Charge 20-30 hrs Online

View courses online at www.beaufortccc.edu and click on the Continuing Education link.

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Here We Grow Again! Our New Hyde County Center 33478 US Highway 264 Engelhard, NC 27824

College & Career Readiness classes Adult Basic Education and High School Equivalency

Adults with less than a high school education or adults who wish to improve academic achievement may enroll in classes scheduled at a variety of times and places. Students performing from non-reader through eighth grade will start at their own level of proficiency and will be allowed to proceed at their own speed until they achieve their goals. Those students performing on the high school level will review high school materials, including mathematics, reading, writing skills, science and social studies, preparing them to take the High School Equivalency (HSE) tests. For more information regarding Orientation please call Heather Collins at 252-940-6298. 6:00pm-9:00pm Tues/Thurs TBA

personal enrichment classes Defensive Driving-DDC-4

Learn to drive defensively for the sake of family, friends, and yourself in this four hour course! It’s important to get there safely and without incident. You want to recognize hazards, understand your defenses, and act correctly and in time to avoid problems on the highway. Everyone is safer when you drive defensively, and you will avoid costly traffic tickets. We are pleased with our new 4 hour Defensive Driving class, and the District Attorney is too. This class will also satisfy the requirement of many businesses which employ drivers. We are offering plenty of sections to meet your needs. 5:30pm-9:30pm Tuesday September 27 Fee: $65 4 hrs 26030 HCC 5:30pm-9:30pm Monday October 24 Fee: $65 4 hrs 26031 HCC 5:30pm-9:30pm Tuesday November 15 Fee: $65 4 hrs 26032 HCC

Gardening with Bulbs

Plants which flower from bulbs can grace your garden in every season, and these beautiful plants are among the toughest you can have. Also, Beaufort County’s rich history of bulb producers gives us a great variety of plants to choose from. Come and learn how to choose, design, plant, and maintain bulbs in your garden. Clay Carter will also discuss many old-garden favorite bulbs which are reliable in Eastern NC. 6:00pm-8:30pm Thursday November 3 Fee: $15 2.5 hrs 26033 HCC

Healthcare classes BLS CPR/First Aid/AED

Keep your professional credentials up-to-date. These courses are designed for Healthcare Providers that need initial BLS CPR certification or recertification. The class fee includes a $40 registration fee. Additional costs include a $5 CPR card (payable upon registration) and $15.75 textbook that is available at the campus bookstore. 8:30am-12:30p;m Saturday September 24 Fee: $45 4 hrs 25996 HCC

Pharmacy Technican Hybrid

This comprehensive 76-hour course will prepare students to enter the pharmacy field as a Pharmacy Technician 1. Course content includes medical terminology specific to pharmacy, reading and interpreting prescriptions, and defining drugs by generic and brand names. Students will learn dosage calculations, IV flow rates, drug compounding, dose conversions, dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control, and billing and reimbursement procedures. While several exam options may be discussed, our course is geared towards the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s PTCB Exam. The class fee includes a $180 registration fee and $5 technology fee. Additional costs include a textbook, workbook, drug calculations book, which should be purchased before the first night of class and a one inch binder/notebook. No books will be sold in class. Funding assistance may be available through the NCWorks Career Center. Interested persons must apply to the NCWorks office in their home county. Beaufort County residents should call the NCWorks Career Center at 252-946-3116 for application information. Online with seated dates: 8/16 6-10pm, 9/12, 9/14, 9/19, 9/21 6-9pm, 10/4 6-9pm, 10/18 6-10pm Fee: $185 76 hrs 25985 WCC/Online

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Phone 252.940.6375

hyde County CenteR Classes

Fall 2016

human resources development Keyboarding for the Job Seeker

Are you seeking a job, but only ‘hen peck’ at the computer keyboard? If so, this 24-hour class is designed just for you! Using a free online tool, the instructor will lead students through basic keyboarding practices. In addition, students will have typing assignments each week to help hone their skills. Fee waivers for the $70 registration fee and the $5 technology fee are available for qualifying individuals. This class is a prerequisite for the MS Word for the Job Seeker class. 9:00am-Noon Tuesdays Sept. 13-Nov. 1 Fee: $75 24 hrs 25887 HCC



small business center classes

HP LIFE Online Entrepreneurship Training

HP Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurs (HP LIFE) is a global program that offers aspiring entrepreneurs and small business-owners valuable business skills. HP LIFE offers participants a path to realizing their business dreams. The NC Small Business Center Network, in partnership with the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE), is pleased to offer this innovative program to NC entrepreneurs and small business owners free of charge! This program is self-paced, making it possible for more aspiring entrepreneurs to participate. All you have to do is register to start. You can read more about this program at https://www.ncsbc.net/. Click on the HP Life logo. On Demand All Days Fee: No Charge 20-30 hrs Online

Small Business Resources for Current and Prospective Entrepreneurs

BCCC Small Business Center Director, Lentz Stowe, shares resources gathered from counseling small businesses and prospective business owners in eastern NC. Resources are also received from attending annual professional development conferences. 2:00pm-4:00pm Thursday October 6 Fee: No Charge 2 hrs HCC

Using Social Media to Supercharge Your Business

It’s all about relationships! On the ground and on the web. This is a long-standing mantra in the business community. We know that building strong and loyal relationships help a business to get started and to grow. This is where social media can help in ways that we may never have dreamed were possible. And the good news is that it doesn’t take massive sums of marketing dollars to make it effective. The effective use of social media is a perfect fit for small business owners and entrepreneurs who usually have little discretionary cash for promoting their businesses in the early days. This course will provide participants with basic knowledge about a variety of social media tools and how to use them most effectively. Discussion will center around Yelp, Google Local, Trip Advisor, Foursquare, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Google+. 2:00pm-5:00pm Thursday November 17 Fee: No Charge 3 hrs Ocracoke CC

Crowdfunding and Other Creative Ways to Get Funding

Crowdfunding is one of many new creative ways of getting funding for small businesses. This class demystifies crowdfunding and other new ways to get money for small business today with a lower barrier to entry. You will learn the how to of getting money for your business and what is the right funding to explore. Developed by social media and small business marketing expert Martin Brossman and small business funding expert Dan Scala. You will walk away with a clear understanding of the different and top creative fudning ideas and which one is right fo ryou. 9:00am-Noon Friday Nov. 18 Fee: No Charge 3 hrs Ocracoke CC

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Scholarship Opportunities To be eligible for this $750 scholarship, a student must:

• be a US Citizen and NC resident. • be in one of the following target groups: unemployment insurance claimant, unemployed and underemployed adult, member of the NC National Guard, or a military veteran and/or spouse. • be enrolled in a training program that is scheduled for 96 hours or more that leads to a sate-regulated or industry-recognized credential that is offered through Continuing Education. • not be a Director, employee or family member of an employee of the State Employees’ Credit Union or SECU Foundation.

Funding Assistance Opportunities

NCWorks

career center Youth Program

Are you ready for a change? Are you ready for a fresh start? If the answer is yes, the Youth Program is ready for YOU! The Youth Program can help out-of-school youth ages 16-24 with educational opportunities, earning a high school equivalency, on-the-job training, work experience, and much more! Call your local NCWorks Career Center for more information. Begin a path to success today!

NCWorks

career center To be eligible for this $250.00 scholarship, a student must:

• demonstrate financial need under the Federal TRIO formula. • reside in a rural county that is tobacco dependent and/or economically distressed. • be enrolled in a continuing education program that is scheduled for at least 96 hours and leads to a state or national credential.

Beaufort County Community College Foundation To be eligible for this up to $500 scholarship, a student must:

• be in good standing with the Beaufort County Community College Business Office. • demonstrate financial need. • be enrolled in a short-term training program that leads to a state regulated or industry-recognized credential that is offered through Continuing Education. • There will be up to 5 High School Equivalency Testing Scholarships awarded to College and Career Readiness students each academic year.

Beaufort County – 252-946-3116 Hyde County – 252-312-6859 Tyrrell County – 252-331-3754 Washington County – 252-312-7357

NCWorks

career center

Adult/dislocated worker Program

Are you 18+ years of age, a US Citizen, and ready for a change or fresh start? If the answer is yes, the Adult/Dislocated Worker program is looking for you! Call your local NCWorks Career Center for more information. Begin a path to success today! Your future begins now!

NCWorks

career center

Beaufort County – 252-946-3116 Hyde County – 252-312-6859 Tyrrell County – 252-331-3754 Washington County – 252-312-7357

For more information regarding the State Employees Credit Union, Golden Leaf, or BCCC Foundation scholarships, please contact Sara Watson at (252) 940-6311 or [email protected], or visit our website: https://sites.google.com/site/conedbccc/scholarship-opportunities.

CONTINUING EDUCATION GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE NOW! Give the gift of education! Provide a family member or friend with the opportunity to learn a new language, hobby, or even gain a new career! Call us at 252.940.6375 or visit us at www.beaufortccc.edu/coned/contin.htm to purchase your gift today!

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Beaufort County Community College

Division of Continuing Education 5337 US Hwy 264 E Washington, NC 27889 http://www.beaufortccc.edu STUDENT REGISTRATION FORM

To apply, you must be 18 years of age or older. If you are age 16, or have not yet reached age 18, then you must have a Admission of Minor Form signed by your High School Principal or his/her designated representative in order to be eligible to enroll in Continuing Education courses. This form can be obtained from our office or online at http://www.beaufortccc.edu/Repository/Forms.htm under Continuing Education Forms. Please Print Legal Last Name:

Legal First:

Street Address:

Middle:

City:

State:

County of Residence:

Zip:

Home Number:

Work Number:

Cell/Mobile Number:

Social Security Number: XXX-XX-

Birth Date:

(last 4 of digits)

Ethnicity: Are you Hispanic or Latino?  Yes, Hispanic/Latino  No, Non Hispanic/Latino

Hispanic/Latino: Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or South American or other Spanish origin or culture, regardless of race.

Race: For individuals who are Non-Hispanic/Latino: Select one or more of the following race categories:  American/Alaska Native  Black or African American  White  Asian  Hawaiian/Pacific Islander     Employment:  R Retired  E1 Part-time, 1–10 hrs    E2 Part-time, 11-20 hrs   Gender:

 Female

Education Level:

 UN Unemployed (not seeking)  E3 Part-time, 21-39 hrs  E4 Full-time, 40/more hrs

   

 US Unemployed (seeking)

   

 Male

 High School Graduate or Highest grade completed:  AHS Diploma  Associate  HSE Diploma (formerly known as GED)  One-Year Vocational

Check All That Apply:     

 Bachelors  Masters or Higher

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Academic classes

Fall 2016

This section includes a listing of the academic classes available for Fall 2016. For further information about any of these classes, including credit hours, class days and class times, or for information about our schedule of classes for the Fall 2016 semester, please call Michele Mayo, director of admissions, at 252-940-6233 or email [email protected] Course Number ACA-111 ACA-118 ACA-122 ACC-120 AGR-111 AGR-139 AGR-140 AGR-150 AGR-170 AGR-214 ART-111 ART-114 ART-115 AST-111 AST-111A AUT-116 AUT-116 AUT-141 AUT-141A AUT-151 AUT-151A AUT-181 AUT-181A AUT-212 BIO-110 BIO-111 BIO-112 BIO-155 BIO-161 BIO-163 BIO-163 BIO-168 BIO-169 BPR-111 30



Course Name College Student Success College Study Skills College Transfer Success Prin of Financial Accounting Basic Farm Maintenance Intro to Sustainable Ag Agricultural Chemicals Ag-O-Metrics Soil Science Agricultural Marketing Art Appreciation Art History Survey I Art History Survey II Descriptive Astronomy Descriptive Astronomy Lab Engine Repair Engine Repair Lab Suspension & Steering Sys Suspension & Steering Lab Brake Systems Brakes Systems Lab Engine Performance 1 Engine Performance 1 Lab Auto Shop Management Principles of Biology General Biology I General Biology II Nutrition Intro to Human Biology Basic Anat & Physiology Basic Anat & Physiology Anatomy and Physiology I Anatomy and Physiology II Print Reading

Seated/Internet/Hybrid Seated Hybrid (Online/Seated) Hybrid (Online/Seated) Hybrid (Online/Seated) Seated Seated Seated Seated Seated Seated Hybrid (Online/Seated), Late start Seated Online Online Online Night Night Seated Seated Seated Seated Night Night Online Seated Hybrid (Online/Seated) Seated Online Online Seated Online Hybrid (Online/Seated) Hybrid (Online/Seated) Seated

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Academic classes Course Number BUS-110 BUS-115 BUS-121 BUS-137 BUS-147 BUS-153 BUS-225 BUS-251 BUS-260 CHM-115 CHM-151 CHM-152 CIS-110 CIS-111 CJC-100 CJC-111 CJC-113 CJC-131 CJC-132 CJC-212 CJC-221 CJC-223 CJC-231 COM-231 COS-111 COS-112 COS-115 COS-116 COS-121 COS-224 CSC-143 CTI-140 CTS-115

Fall 2016

Course Name Introduction to Business Business Law I Business Math Principles of Management Business Insurance Human Resource Management Business Finance Business Psychology Business Communication Concepts in Chemistry General Chemistry I General Chemistry II Introduction to Computers Basic PC Literacy Basic Law Enforcement Training Intro to Criminal Justice Juvenile Justice Criminal Law Court Procedure & Evidence Ethics & Comm Relations Investigative Principles Organized Crime Constitutional Law Public Speaking Cosmetology Concepts I Salon I Cosmetology Concepts III Salon III Manicure/Nail Technology I Trichology & Chemistry Object-Oriented Prog Virtualization Concepts Info Sys Business Concepts

Seated/Internet/Hybrid Hybrid (Online/Seated) Hybrid (Online/Seated) Hybrid (Online/Seated) Online Hybrid (Online/Seated) Online Hybrid (Online/Seated) Online, Late Start Hybrid (Online/Seated) Hybrid (Online/Seated) Hybrid (Online/Seated) Hybrid (Online/Seated) Hybrid (Online/Seated) Hybrid (Online/Seated) Night Online, Late Start Late Start Online Hybrid (Online/Seated) Online, Late Start Hybrid (Online/Seated) Online Online Hybrid (Online/Seated), Night Seated Seated Seated Seated Seated Seated Online Online Online

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Academic classes

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Course Number Course Name Seated/Internet/Hybrid CTS-120 Hardware/Software Support Online CTS-285 Systems Analysis & Design Online CTS-289 System Support Project Online DBA-120 Database Programming I Online DFT-151 CAD I Seated DFT-154 Intro Solid Modeling Night DMA-010 Operations With Integers Seated DMA-020 Fractions and Decimals Seated DMA-030 Propor/Ratio/Rate/Percent Seated DMA-040 Express/Lin Equat/Inequal Seated DMS-001 Developmental Math Shell 1 Seated DMS-001 Developmental Math Shell 1 Seated, Online DMS-002 Developmental Math Shell 2 Seated, Online DMS-003 Developmental Math Shell 3 Seated, Online DRA-111 Theatre Appreciation Online DRA-130 Acting I Seated DRE-096 Integrated Reading and Writing Hybrid (Online/Seated) DRE-097- Integrated Reading Writing II Hybrid (Online/Seated), Night DRE-098 Integrated Reading Writing III Hybrid (Online/Seated), Night ECO-251 Prin of Microeconomics Hybrid (Online/Seated) ECO-252 Prin of Macroeconomics Hybrid (Online/Seated) EDU-119 Intro to Early Child Educ Online EDU-144 Child Development I Hybrid (Online/Seated) EDU-146 Child Guidance Hybrid (Online/Seated) EDU-151 Creative Activities Hybrid (Online/Seated) EDU-157 Active Play Hybrid (Online/Seated) EDU-184 Early Child Intro Pract Hybrid (Online/Seated) EDU-221 Children With Exceptional Online EDU-234 Infants, Toddlers, & Twos Hybrid (Online/Seated) EDU-280 Language & Literacy Exp Online ELC-113AB Residential Wiring Night ELC-114 Commercial Wiring Hybrid (Online/Seated) ELC-131 Circuit Analysis I Hybrid (Online/Seated) ELC-131A Circuit Analysis I Lab Seated, Night ELC-135 Electrical Machines Seated ELC-192 Selected Topics in Electrical Seated ELN-132 Analog Electronics II Seated ELN-232 Intro to Microprocessors Seated

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Academic classes Course Number ELN-234 ENG-111 ENG-112 ENG-114 ENG-232 GEO-111 HEA-110 HET-110 HIS-111 HIS-112 HIS-131 HIS-132 HSE-110 HSE-112 HSE-125 HSE-225 HSE-240 HUM-115 HUM-121 HUM-122 HYD-110 MAC-121 MAT-110 MAT-122 MAT-143 MAT-152 MAT-171 MAT-263 MEC-111 MEC-112 MEC-161 MEC-161A MKT-220 MLT-110 MLT-120 MLT-130 MLT-240 MLT-271 MUS-110 MUS-112

Fall 2016

Course Name Seated/Internet/Hybrid Communication Systems Seated Writing and Inquiry Hybrid (Online/Seated), Late Start, Night Writing/Research in the Disc Hybrid (Online/Seated) Prof Research & Reporting Hybrid (Online/Seated) Night American Literature II Hybrid (Online/Seated) World Regional Geography Hybrid (Online/Seated) Personal Health/Wellness Hybrid (Online/Seated), Late Start Diesel Engines Seated World Civilizations I Online World Civilizations II Online American History I Hybrid (Online/Seated) American History II Seated Intro to Human Services Hybrid (Online/Seated) Group Process I Hybrid (Online/Seated) Counseling Hybrid (Online/Seated) Crisis Intervention Hybrid (Online/Seated) Issues in Client Services Hybrid (Online/Seated) Critical Thinking Hybrid (Online/Seated) The Nature of America Online Southern Culture Online Hydraulics/Pneumatics I Seated Intro to CNC Seated Math Measurement & Literacy Hybrid (Online/Seated), Night Algebra/Trigonometry II Seated Quantitative Literacy Hybrid (Online/Seated) Statistical Methods I Online Precalculus Algebra Hybrid (Online/Seated) Brief Calculus Hybrid Machine Processes I Night Machine Processes II Night Manufacturing Processes I Seated Manufacturing Proc I Lab Seated Advertising and Sales Promotio Online Intro to MLT Hybrid Hematology/Hemostasis I Hybrid Clinical Chemistry I Hybrid Special Clin Microbiology Hybrid MLT Practicum III Hybrid Music Appreciation Hybrid (Online/Seated), Late Start Introduction to Jazz Hybrid (Online/Seated)

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Academic classes

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Course Number Course Name Seated/Internet/Hybrid NAS-101 Nurse Aide I Seated NET-125 Networking Basics Online NOS-120 Linux/UNIX Single User Online NUR-101 Practical Nursing I Hybrid (Online/Seated) NUR-111 Intro to Health Concepts Hybrid (Online/Seated) NUR-113 Family Health Concepts Hybrid (Online/Seated) NUR-212 Health System Concepts Hybrid (Online/Seated) OST-130 Comprehensive Keyboarding Hybrid (Online/Seated) OST-135 Adv Text Entry & Format Online OST-137 Office Software Applicat. Hybrid (Online/Seated) OST-141 Med Terms I-Med Office Hybrid (Online/Seated) OST-148 Med Coding Billing & Insu Hybrid (Online/Seated) OST-149 Medical Legal Issues Online OST-184 Records Management Online OST-236 Adv Word/Information Proc Online OST-241 Med Ofc Transcription I Hybrid (Online/Seated) OST-247 Procedure Coding Online OST-248 Diagnostic Coding Hybrid (Online/Seated) OST-286 Professional Development Hybrid (Online/Seated) PED-110 Fit and Well for Life Online PED-111 Physical Fitness I Hybrid (Online/Seated) Late Start PED-117 Weight Training I Seated PED-125 Self-Defense: Beginning Seated PED-137 Badminton Seated PED-143 Volleyball-Beginning Seated PED-187 Social Dance-Beginning Seated PHI-240 Introduction to Ethics Hybrid (Online/Seated) PHY-110 Conceptual Physics Online PHY-110A Conceptual Physics Lab Online PHY-131 Physics-Mechanics Seated POL-120 American Government Online PSY-118 Interpersonal Psychology Hybrid (Online/Seated), Late Start PSY-150 General Psychology Online, Late Start PSY-241 Developmental Psych Hybrid (Online/Seated) PSY-281 Abnormal Psychology Hybrid (Online/Seated) REL-110 World Religions Online, Late Start REL-211 Intro to Old Testament Seated REL-212 Intro to New Testament Night

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Academic classes Course Number SOC-210 SOC-213 SOC-220 SPA-111 SPA-112 SPA-212 TRN-110 TRN-120 TRN-120A TRN-170 WBL-111 WBL-112 WBL-113 WBL-115 WBL-122 WEB-115 WLD-110 WLD-112 WLD-115AB WLD-121 WLD-131AB WLD-141 WLD-151

Fall 2016

Course Name Introduction to Sociology Sociology of the Family Social Problems Elementary Spanish I Elementary Spanish II Intermediate Spanish II Intro to Transport Tech Basic Transp Electricity Basic Transp Electrical Lab Pc Skills for Transp Work-Based Learning I Work-Based Learning I Work-Based Learning I Work-Based Learning Seminar I Work-Based Learning II Web Markup and Scripting Cutting Processes Basic Welding Processes SMAW (Stick) Plate GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate GTAW (TIG) Plate Symbols & Specifications Fabrication I

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Who to Contact for Continuing Education? Please contact our Continuing Education staff if you have questions, concerns or suggestions! We’re here to help! Stacey Gerard, Vice President............................................................................................ 252-940-6241



Eva Peartree, Registration and Records Clerk................................................................. 252-940-6375 Kendra Harrison, Records Specialist................................................................................. 252-940-6349



Heather Collins, Director of College & Career Readiness............................................. 252-940-6298 Penelope Radcliffe, Admissions and Assessment Specialist........................................ 252-940-6325 Bobbie Lewis, Chief High School Equivalency Examiner............................................. 252-940-6209







College & Career Readiness

Business & Industry Services Sara Watson, Director of Customized Training............................................................... 252-940-6311 Lentz Stowe, Director of Small Business Center............................................................. 252-940-6306

Personal Enrichment Initiatives



Clay Carter, Director of Personal Enrichment Initiatives.............................................. 252-940-6357



Billy Respass, Director of EMS........................................................................................... 252-940-6468 Larry Gales, Coordinator of EMS....................................................................................... 252-940-6297 Todd Alligood, Director of Law Enforcement Training.................................................. 252-940-6405 Johnny Williams, Director of Fire Training Programs.................................................... 252-940-6363



Public Safety

Workforce Programs





Lou Stout, Director of Workforce Initiatives.................................................................... 252-940-6307 Justin Rose, Director of Workforce Programs................................................................. 252-940-6262 Crystal Reason-Harrell, Director of Healthcare Programs............................................ 252-940-6263



Kitty Hedgepeth, Customer Service Clerk....................................................................... 252-741-9090

Washington County Center

Who to Contact for Academic Programs? Please contact one of the following if you have questions, concerns or suggestions! We’re here to help! Dr. Crystal Ange, Vice President of Academics............................................................... 252-940-6216



Ben Morris, Dean of Business and Industry.................................................................... 252-940-6374 Erica Caracoglia, Dean of Allied Health and Public Services........................................ 252-940-6425 Lisa Hill, Dean of Arts and Sciences.................................................................................. 252-940-6223 Michele Mayo, Director of Admissions............................................................................. 252-940-6233

Beaufort County Community College

5337 US 264 East • Washington, NC 27889 • Phone 252-940-6375 www.beaufortccc.edu

Beaufort County Community College is a public comprehensive community college with a commitment to provide accessible and affordable quality education, relevant training and lifelong learning opportunities for the people served by the college. BCCC maintains an open door admissions policy. This policy provides admission to any person who has reached the age of 18 or whose high school class has graduated. High school student applicants 16 years of age or older may be admitted into credit and continuing education courses in accordance with the dual enrollment policies adopted by the state. Applicants are admitted regardless of race, gender, age, religion, national origin, disability or political affiliation. Beaufort County Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees, certificates and diplomas. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097,or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of BCCC.

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