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Winter Term

Dates: 01/03 - 02/09/2023

Electronics

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Programmable Logic Controllers - Fundamentals of programmable logic controllers, with an emphasis on introductory programming of PLCs. Problem analysis with solutions that integrate programming formats, auxiliary commands and functions, common programming languages, and popular software programs used with PLCs. Installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair are inherent components. 36 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.

ELE-864 Programmable Logic Controllers

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Professional Development Studies

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The Successful Job Search - Students interested in getting a job or progressing in their current career will learn essential skills for successful transitions in the workplace. Topics covered include identifying job markets and industries, conducting a comprehensive job search, networking, creating a resume and cover letter, and effective interview techniques.

PDS-818 The Successful Job Search


Spring Term

Dates: 02/13 - 06/09/2023

Accounting

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Accounting for Small Business - The Accounting Basics for Small Business Certificate provides students with an understanding of basic accounting, including QuickBooks procedures. The skills and knowledge covered in this program will enable students to get a job in the field or advance in their current career.

ACC-801 Setting Up QuickBooks for Small Business

ACC-802 Monthly Procedures Using QuickBooks

ACC-803 Year End Procedures with QuickBooks

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Administration of Justice

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Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) - The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training is consistent with a nationwide approach designed for individuals and businesses to understand the hazards that may impact their home, community and workplace in the event of a disaster. Recognized and supported by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and professional first responders, this training equips individuals with the knowledge and skills that will educated them in disaster preparedness at home, in the community, or the workplace, and be more resilient when an incident occurs. Emergency response training to support and enhance your community and workplace will be provided through team building, collaboration, and other hands-on activities. Want to learn more? CLICK HERE!

ADJ-801 Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

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English as a Second Language (ESL)

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BEGINNING AMERICAN COLLEGE ENGLISH Certificate - ESL students are placed within the sequence of courses in the Basic English as a Second Language Certificate according to their English abilities. Students completing this pattern of study will have a beginning level of fluency in the English language which will help them be successful in academic courses, CTE courses, or general employment.

ESL-846 Beginning American College English

ESL-847 Low Intermediate American College English

ADVANCED AMERICAN COLLEGE ENGLISH Certificate - ESL students are placed within the sequence of courses in the Advanced English as a Second Language Certificate according to their English abilities. Students completing this pattern of study will have a beginning level of fluency in the English language which will help them be successful in academic courses, CTE courses, or general employment.

ESL-848 Intermediate American College English

ESL-849 High Intermediate American College English

ESL-850 Advanced American College English

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Professional Development Studies

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Workplace Essentials - The Workplace Essentials Certificates aim to provide students with the skills and knowledge to be successful in the workplace. Students will learn how to maximize efficiency, engage in strategic problem solving, and clearly communicate with internal and external stakeholders. These skills will allow both students with extensive experience in the workplace and those entering the workforce to improve their effectiveness and advance in their career.

PDS-808 Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision Making

PDS-809 Business Writing in the Technological World

PDS-810 Time Management

PDS-812 Workplace Communication Strategies