Spring 2016 - Halifax Community College

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Halifax Community College Workforce & Economic Development
Spring 2016 Schedule of Courses
http://halifaxcc.edu/WED/
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Yoga - page 3
Grant writing for your business - page 5
How to obtain a concealed carry permit - pages 11 - 12
Learn how to properly install a child car seat - page 14
Want a degree? Spring 2016 information - page 17
Table of Contents
LEARNING COMES TO LIFE IN PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE
Spring semester 2016: Jan. 1 - May 15
Preregistration is required for all courses.
Letter from the Dean of Workforce & Economic Development .................................................. 1
Occupational Extension .......................................................................................................... 2 - 3
Special Interest ............................................................................................................................ 3
Career Readiness Certificate ........................................................................................................ 4
Customized Training .................................................................................................................... 4
Small Business Center .................................................................................................................. 5
Human Resources Development ............................................................................................ 7 - 8
Adult Basic Education/GED® ........................................................................................................ 9
In-Service Law Enforcement Training ................................................................................. 11 - 12
Fire/Emergency Medical Services ....................................................................................... 13 - 15
Community Building Leadership Series ..................................................................................... 16
Degree Course Information........................................................................................................ 17
Contact Information
Automotive/Transportation ......................................................................... 252-536-4339
Career Readiness Certification (CRC) ........................................................... 252-536-6393
Computer Training ....................................................................................... 252-536-6393
Customized Industry Training ...................................................................... 252-536-4339
Ed2Go Online Courses ................................................................................. 252-536-6393
Fire/Emergency Medical Services ................................................................ 252-536-7293
English as a Second Language (ESL) ............................................................. 252-536-6393
Human Resources Development (HRD) ....................................................... 252-536-6342
Law Enforcement Training ........................................................................... 252-536-7279
Nurse Aide (CNA) ......................................................................................... 252-536-7291
Small Business Center .................................................................................. 252-536-7274
Teacher Education ....................................................................................... 252-536-6393
Although we make every effort to avoid mistakes, our schedule of courses is not a contract. The College does not assume liability for errors, typographical or otherwise.
We welcome corrections and encourage you to let us know of any errors. Course schedule is subject to change.
Lifelong learning
is a continuous process,
made up of many
different pieces.
Lifelong learning is a continuous process, made up of many different pieces. Halifax Community
College’s Workforce & Economic Development Division is here to help you put them all together.
Our spring 2016 course schedule has the pieces that fit!
In our effort to be your first choice for lifelong learning, we will continue to offer quality and
affordable courses. Inside this schedule you will find a broad array of offerings tailored to enhance
and update your skills, provide training for a new career path or for personal enrichment and
wellness.
Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your educational experience. Remember to visit our
website at http://halifaxcc.edu/WED/ for additional information. Whether you just started, or are
connecting the final pieces, find out how HCC’s Workforce & Economic Development courses and
seminars can help you put it all together!
Dr. Warren Haynes
Dean, Workforce & Economic Development
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Occupational Extension
Occupational Extension classes are offered for persons interested in building job skills and increasing career opportunities. Occupational Extension classes are organized
to meet the needs and interests of the community.
Automotive/Transportation
Computer Courses - Enfield Center
Auto Safety Inspection
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Email, Searching and Internet Basics
Fee: $70
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I Know Nothing About Computers
Fee: $70
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Computer Courses - HCC Campus
Email, Searching and Internet Basics
Fee: $70
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I Know Nothing About Computers
Fee: $70
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Intermediate Microsoft Excel
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Intermediate Microsoft Word
Fee: $70
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Introduction to Microsoft Excel
Fee: $70
2/18 - 3/24
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Introduction to Microsoft Word
Fee: $70
1/7 - 2/11
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Windows
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Electrical Contractors CE
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HVAC/CFC
Fee: $180 + $25 certification fee
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This pre-apprentice and NC EPA-certified course will instruct the student on
HVAC repairs.
Notary Public
Fee: $70
1/25 & 1/27
3/21 & 3/23
5/9 & 5/11
Rm. 505
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Heating/Air Conditioning
Rm. 505
One Note
Fee: $70
2/23 - 3/29
QuickBooks Pro
Fee: $70
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Introduction to Microsoft Word
Fee: $70
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Effective Teacher Training
Fee: $70
4/5 - 4/28
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3 - 5 p.m.
Electrical
1 - 4 p.m.
PowerPoint
Fee: $70
3/31 - 5/5
I Know Nothing About Computers
Fee: $70
1/26 - 3/3
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1/26 - 3/3
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Effective Teacher Training
Rm. 505
iPad, Tablets and Laptops
Fee: $70
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Rm. 505
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CNAI
TBA
Rm. 505
CNA II
TBA
Rm. 505
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Medication Aide
TBA
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Online Continuing Education ed2go
Special Interest Courses
Fee: $70
Dates: 1/13, 2/10, 3/16 and 4/13
Special Interest courses offer opportunities for lifelong learning in areas of cultural
interest, creative arts, personal enrichment or just for fun. Special interest courses
are offered in a variety of formats to meet the needs of the community. In order for
special interest classes to be held, there must be at least 10 participants enrolled per
class.
The first quiz must be completed within the first week of class to earn credit in
the class. Each class lasts for six weeks. To take an online course, all you need
is a computer, Internet access, an email address and browser. Visit our online
instruction center at www.ed2go.com/halifaxccc.
1. Browse the catalog.
2. Select your online course.
3. Click enroll now and follow the instructions on the screen.
4. Complete the Halifax Community College Workforce and Economic
Development Registration Form found at http://halifaxcc.edu/WED/CEreg.
htm.
5. Submit registration form and registration fee to Halifax Community College.
New sessions start monthly. Lessons are released Wednesday and Friday for six
weeks. Students then have two additional weeks to complete the final exam.
TO RECEIVE THE WORKFORCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
COURSE COMPLETION CERTIFICATE:
1. Students must complete lesson 1 and quiz 1 by the first week of class AND
pass the quizzes and final exam with a 60 percent or higher by the end date
of the course.
2. These courses award 2.4 CEUs unless otherwise noted.
3. Check with your certifying agency to see if our courses meet their guidelines.
Guitar for the Beginner - Session I
Fee: $50
2/2 - 3/1
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6 - 9 p.m.
HCC, Rm. G119
Guitar for the Beginner - Session II
Fee: $50
3/29 - 4/26
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6 - 9 p.m.
HCC, Rm. G119
Yoga
Fee: $35
1/12 - 2/23
6 - 9 p.m.
HCC, Rm. G119
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Want to brush up on your computer skills? Need CEU courses for credit?
Don’t have time to attend class and need an online course?
HCC’s
Workforce Development
Occupational Extension
classes fit that piece of your puzzle!
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Call 252-536-7212
or 252-536-7216
today!
Career Readiness Certificate
The Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) is an assessment-based credential that give employers and career seekers a uniform measure of key workplace skills.
The CRC is a portable credential that promotes career development and skill attainment for the individual and confirms to employers that an individual possesses
basic workplace skills. CRC participants are assessed in Reading for Information, Applied Mathematics and Locating Information. Based on assessment results,
participants may take the nationally recognized WorkKeys Test and earn a bronze, silver or gold certificate that will demonstrate proficiency in these areas. Testing
fees will be accepted at the cashier’s office Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. on the day of the test. For more information, contact Ellen Grant, Computer Skills
Specialist, at 252-536-6393 or Tiffany Hale, HRD Coordinator, at 252-536-6342.
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HCC Enfield Center
HCC Campus
HCC Scotland Neck Center
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Customized Training
Let us design training to fit your needs. Examples of customized training classes include:
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Value Stream Mapping
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Process Improvement
Project Management
Six Sigma
Team Work
For more information, call Larry Crisafulli at 252-538-4339 or email at [email protected]
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Small Business Center Seminars and Courses
Helping Our Businesses and Community Grow and Prosper!
Jerry Edmonds, Small Business Center Director
252-536-7274
[email protected]
The HCC Small Business Center uses a three-fold effort to help small businesses succeed. Students must preregister online at www.ncsbc.net. To preregister for any
of the Small Business Center classes follow these steps:
1. Non-traditional seminars and workshops can be presented on virtually any businessrelated topic that the small business community demands.
• Go to www.ncsbc.net
2. Counseling services are provided for start-up businesses or problems of existing
• Select location, choose “At Center”
businesses.
• Choose Halifax Community College
3. A resource center with periodicals, tapes and books that may be used on the
• Select from listed topics
premises or checked out from the HCC Learning Resource Center.
• Click on register and enter email address, name, address, etc.
These classes and resources are free and of excellent value to the public. The Small
Business Center welcomes comments about how to continue to serve the needs of the
small business community.
All Small Business Center seminars and courses are offered at no charge to participants.
Doing Business on the Internet
Grant Writing: 3
4/21
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6 - 9 p.m.
HCC
LinkedIn for Small Businesses
3/8
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6 - 9 p.m.
HCC
Grant Writing: Grant Proposal Budget
4/28
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6 - 9 p.m.
HCC
Facebook for Small Businesses
5/18
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6 - 9 p.m.
HCC
Grant Writing: Final Grant Writing Certificate Class
5/5
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6 - 9 p.m.
HCC
Financial Topics
Leadership Development Series
Cash Flow Analysis for Small Businesses
3/2
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6 - 8 p.m.
HCC
Customer Service/Team Building
1/28
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6 - 9 p.m.
HCC
Financing Your Business
3/10
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4/20
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HCC
HCC
Leadership Management
4/26
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6 - 9 p.m.
HCC
Facebook Marketing for Small Businesses
2/2
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6 - 9 p.m.
HCC
Grant Writing
Marketing Your Business
3/29
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6 - 9 p.m.
HCC
Grant Writing: Fundamentals of Grant Writing
3/7
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6 - 9 p.m.
Event Planning for Small Businesses
5/2
M
6 - 9 p.m.
HCC
Basics of Bookkeeping
4/11
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How to Improve Your Credit Score
5/11
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6 - 8 p.m.
6 - 9 p.m.
6 - 9 p.m.
6 - 9 p.m.
Grant Writing: Locating Funding Sources for Grants
3/24
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6 - 9 p.m.
Grant Writing: Grant Research, Qualifying for Grants
3/31
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6 - 9 p.m.
Grant Writing: 1
4/7
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Grant Writing: 2
4/14
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6 - 9 p.m.
6 - 9 p.m.
Marketing
HCC
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Starting & Operating Your Business
HCC
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How to Start a Business
2/9
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6 - 9 p.m.
HCC
How to Find Your Customers
2/25
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6 - 9 p.m.
HCC
How to Write a Business Plan
4/4
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6 - 9 p.m.
HCC
Are you thinking of starting a business
or need to expand your current business?
HCC’s Small Business Center will help you
fit the pieces of the puzzle together!
HCC’s Small Business Center (SBC) offers many
free courses and seminars to help you with
your business - whether you’re just starting or
an established entrepreneur.
HCC’s SBC Director Jerry Edmonds has almost
30 years experience in helping businesses
just like yours to fit the pieces of the puzzle
together from start to finish. Give him a call,
send an email or visit the website today!
252-536-7274
[email protected]
http://www.halifaxcc.edu/SBC/index.htm
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Human Resources Development
Tiffany Hale, HRD Coordinator, 252-536-6342
[email protected]
Human Resources Development (HRD) is a pre-vocational and pre-employment skills training program designed to educate and prepare persons for success in the
workplace. HRD is mainly intended for those persons who are dislocated workers, unemployed or underemployed or employed but seeking upgrading or retraining skills. It is state funded through the North Carolina Community College System.
The purpose of the HRD program is to educate and train individuals for success in the workplace. HRD classes offer interviewing skills, resume/application preparation, job search assistance, computer skills, soft skills and much more!
The HRD program focuses on customer wants and needs. Training may include a variety of topics relating to job orientation and motivation, employablity skills,
self-sufficiency or customized skills training. Training length will vary according to customer needs. When appropriate, HRD can be linked to other college training
programs or connected to agencies outside the institution. Upon completing the required classes, students are assisted with job placement or further training.
Core Curriculum Components
The core curriculum for HRD training includes, but is not limited to, the following components:
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Employability skills - self-assessment and value clarification
• Introduction to computer skills - information technology/applications for
Employability lab - open entry/exit employability skills
job search
Career planning & assessment - goal setting and action plan
• Employability motivation & retention - self esteem/keeping a job
Occupational readiness/pathways - employability skills/occupational extension • Economic literacy - personal finances, the changing economy
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Fee for HRD Courses
You may qualify for classes at NO COST TO YOU, if you are unemployed, have received notification of a pending layoff, are working and eligible for the Federal
Earned Income Tax Credit (FEITC) or are working and earning wages at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines. Call to schedule an appointment to
determine eligibility.
Computer Knowledge
1/25 - 3/2
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1/26 - 3/3
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5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
5 - 8 p.m.
HCC, 500 Bldg.
HCC, 500 Bldg.
Employability Clout
1/11 - 1/26
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1/25 - 4/25
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1/26 - 4/19
Going to Work
1/12 - 1/20
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Intro to Computers
1/11 - 3/14
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Intro to Technology
1/12 - 2/18
3/8 - 4/14
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5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
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Holl. Tomahawk
Holl. Tomahawk
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Keytrain Lab
1/13 - 5/11
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HCC, 500 Bldg.
Learn About Computers
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Plus 50 Technology
1/21 - 4/14
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1/13 - 4/6
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Tech in HRD III
1/11 - 3/14
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Work First Experience
1/6 - 5/4
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Working Strategies
1/12 - 2/4
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HCCE - Halifax Community College Enfield Site
HCCSN - Halifax Community College Scotland Neck Site
Holl. Tomahawk - Tomahawk Meadows Apartment Administration Office, Hollister
DWS/ESC - Dept. of Workforce Solutions/Employment Security Commission
Garysb. Elem. - Garysburg Elementary School, Garysburg
HCC’s
Human Resources
Development
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Adult Basic Education/GED® Classes
Dr. Tamba O. Thompson, Director of Literacy Education, 252-536-7235
Halifax Community College’s Literacy Education program offers Adult Basic Education (ABE), General Educational Development® (GED),
Compensatory Education, English-as-a-Second Language, and Self-Improvement components. Classes are available for individuals desiring
to improve academically and personally, increase opportunities for gainful employment or promotions, continue educational goals, assist
children with homework and/or strengthen skills which makes one more prepared to participate in new or existing industries in the Roanoke
Valley and beyond.
HCC has an open-door policy in Workforce & Economic Development for everyone who has the need and desire to learn. Any adult 18 years of age or older may enroll
in HCC’s Literacy Education program. New students attending on-campus classes are required to attend New Student Orientation and students attending off-campus
classes are able to enroll on the days that classes meet. Our highly qualified and motivated instructors provide individualized and group instruction and computerized
instruction that involve real-life situations. Additionally, instruction is provided by utilizing magazines, newspapers, videos, computerized instruction, etc.
On January 2, 2014 the GED® Testing Services began the new 2014 GED® tests. The new GED® tests are computer-based but not offered online through the internet.
The GED® exam offers high school equivalency credentials to individuals who did not obtain a high school diploma. Classes do not have registration fees. However,
students are required to pay GED® examination fees. In North Carolina, all students taking the GED® examination are required to pay a total of $80, which covers the
entire battery of GED® tests. The 2014 GED® testing series consist of literacy, mathematics, science and social studies. Currently, the first two GED® retakes are free
in North Carolina. The new GED® tests are more in line with the state’s Common Core Standards. These new GED® tests are designed to help prepare students to be
college and career ready. For students who have taken GED® tests before 2014 and did not complete GED® requirements, these GED® tests have expired and you
must start over. However, motivated and qualified instructors are in place to help you reach your educational goals!
Enfield
Scotland Neck
ABE/HSE
Begins 1/11
Begins 1/11
ABE/HSE
Begins 1/13
WTH
9 a.m. - Noon
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5 - 8 p.m.
9 a.m. - Noon
HCC Enfield Site
HCC Enfield Site
Weldon
Pleasant Hill
ABE/HSE
Begins 1/12
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6 - 8:30 p.m.
HCC Scotland
Neck Site
ABE/HSE
Begins 1/11
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HCC, Learn. Lab
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English as a Second Language
Begins 1/11
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6 - 9 p.m.
HCC, Rm. 506
We want to help you fit all the
pieces together!
If you have suggestions for a class
or seminar that you’d like for us to offer,
we want to hear from you.
Please call us at 252-536-7212 or 252-536-7216.
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In-Service Law Enforcement Training
Greg Parker, Director of Law Enforcement Training, 252-536-7279, [email protected]
Other classes may be added upon request. Due to limited space, preregistration is required for all courses.
There is no fee unless otherwise noted.
For more information or to register for these courses, call 252-536-7279 or 252-536-7216.
January
February
Crime Scene Investigation
1/6 - 1/7
WTH
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
This course will cover processing the crime scene, collecting evidence, photography and taking witness statements.
L.E.-Mandated In-Service Training Online
2/1 - 4/30
Online
This course is designed to meet the mandated training in-service requirements
for all law enforcement agencies which are certified under the NC Criminal Justice
Training and Standards Commission.
Detention Officer Certification Course
1/12 - 2/11
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8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
This course is offered under guidelines and requirements as set forth by the
North Carolina Sheriffs Education and Training Standards Commission. Properly
certified State instructors are used in all topic areas. Trainees must successfully
pass the State-administered exam as well as demonstrate competency in all
skill areas in order to be eligible for certification as a detention officer. Lecture,
demonstrations and practical exercises are primary methods of instruction. All
students must have had a physical examination within the past 12 months and
are encouraged to start an exercise program prior to the start of class.
Telecommunicator-Mandated In-Service Training Online
2/1 - 4/30
Online
This course is designed to meet the mandated training requirements for all
telecommunicators certified under the NC Sheriff’s Education and Training
Standards Commission.
L.E.-Mandated In-Service Training (Classroom)
2/3 & 2/4
WTH
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
HCC
This course is designed to meet the mandated training in-service requirements
for all law enforcement agencies which are certified under the NC Criminal Justice
Training and Standards Commission.
Instructor Development
1/20
W
8 a.m. - Noon
HCC
This course is offered annually and covers topics that are useful and relevant
to the law enforcement instructor. Topics may include training and standards
issues and updates, motivating students, effective teaching techniques and
administrative updates and issues.
Driver’s Safety Course
2/22 & 2/24
MW
6 - 10 p.m.
HCC
By taking this class, you may be eligible to have charges reduced. You will need
to contact the county district attorney prior to registering for the class.
March
Driver’s Safety Course
1/25 & 1/27
MW
6 - 10 p.m.
HCC
By taking this class, you may be eligible to have charges reduced. You will need
to contact the county district attorney prior to registering for the class.
Report Writing
3/3
TH
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
This course will demonstrate the need for recording information to protect the
officer against a complaint, use for testifying in court and assist with current or
future investigations.
L.E. General Instructor Course
1/29 - 2/11
M - F
8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
This course is designed to provide the law enforcement officer with a
fundamental background in the instruction of other law enforcement
personnel. Successful completion of this course allows the student to apply to
the Criminal Justice Training and Standards Division for certification as a law
enforcement instructor. This certification allows an instructor to teach many of
the blocks of instruction offered in basic law enforcement training in addition
to various in-service classes offered both in-house (police/sheriff’s depts.) and
within the North Carolina Community College System. Each trainee is required
to research, develop and deliver an 80-minute lesson plan as part of meeting
course requirements. Trainees must successfully pass the State-administered
written exam as well as demonstrate competency in all skill areas in order to
be eligible for certification as a criminal justice instructor. Trainees must meet
State-established prerequisites for admission into the course.
Combat Pistol
3/5
S
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
This course is designed to teach the officer tecniques that are useful in the most
common officer-involved shootings which are shooting situations where the
suspect is within seven feet of the officer. The student will practice positioning,
drawing and alternate firing techniques in a practice and live fire situations.
Firearms Safety (Concealed Handgun)
Fee: $70
3/5
S
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
This course will discuss the aspects of the North Carolina Concealed Carry
Handgun law as it applies to the rights of the citizen to carry a concealed
handgun and will teach fundamentals of handgun safety and basic
marksmanship.
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L.E.-Mandated In-Service Training (Classroom)
3/7 & 3/9
MW
8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
3/14 & 3/16
MW
8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
3/21 & 3/23
MW
8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
3/28 & 3/30
MW
8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
This course is designed to meet the mandated training in-service requirements
for all law enforcement agencies which are certified under the NC Criminal Justice Training and Standards Commission.
Driver Training Refresher
4/12
T
8 a.m. - Noon
This course consists of practical exercises simulating lane changes forward and
backward, evasive action and cornering in a fixed radius curve. Students will be
scored on a pass or fail basis.
Combat Shotgun
3/12
S
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
This course will discuss the proper use of the shotgun and ammunition in
the law enforcement setting. Students will be required to complete several
different courses of fire under simulated and varied conditions.
to contact the county district attorney prior to registering for the class.
Driver’s Safety Course
4/25 & 4/27
MW
6 - 10 p.m.
HCC
By taking this class, you may be eligible to have charges reduced. You will need
May
Taser Certification
5/2
M
8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
This course is designed to provide the student knowledge and skills to successfully
deploy a Taser ECD Device. The instructors are certified by Taser International to
deliver the course. A minimum of two cartridges are required per student and
exposure is optional by department.
Driver’s Safety Course
3/21 & 3/23
MW
6 - 10 p.m.
HCC
By taking this class, you may be eligible to have charges reduced. You will need
to contact the county district attorney prior to registering for the class.
OC (Pepper Spray) Certification
5/2
M
3 - 9 p.m.
This course will give the student a basic understanding of the aerosol oleoresin
capsicum and its proper use and will cover suspect control after spraying and
decontamination techniques. Exposure to OC Pepperspray will be required for
all participants without documentation of previous exposure.
Alcohol Screening Test Devised (ASTD)
5/3
T
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
This course introduces the officer to the Portable Breath Taking Device (PBT) by
demonstrating calibration and proper use of the device. The class will also discuss
legal issues and admissibility of PBT evidence in court.
April
Expandable Baton Certification
5/4
W
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
This course provides instruction on and proper use of an expandable baton,
carrying options, cleaning and maintenance, target areas and use of force
documentation.
Firearms Safety (Concealed Handgun)
Fee: $70
4/2
S
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
This course will discuss the aspects of the North Carolina Concealed Carry
Handgun law as it applies to the rights of the citizen to carry a concealed
handgun and will teach fundamentals of handgun safety and basic
marksmanship.
Firearms Safety (Concealed Handgun)
Fee: $70
5/14
S
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
This course will discuss the aspects of the North Carolina Concealed Carry
Handgun law as it applies to the rights of the citizen to carry a concealed
handgun and will teach fundamentals of handgun safety and basic
marksmanship.
L.E.-Mandated In-Service Training
4/6 & 4/7
WTH
8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
4/13 & 4/14
WTH
8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
This course is designed to meet the mandated training in-service requirements
for all law enforcement agencies which are certified under the NC Criminal Justice Training and Standards Commission. Topics will include legal update, JMST:
A Juvenile - What does it have to do with me?, domestic violence/teen dating
violence and topic of choice.
First Line Supervision
4/4 - 4/7
M - TH
8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
This course is designed for the newly assigned law enforcement supervisor
without any formal supervisory training. Supervisory skills and techniques will
be taught through lecture, practical exercises and role playing.
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Fire/Emergency Medical Services
Dr. Kevin Kupietz, Fire/EMS Coordinator, 252-536-7293, [email protected]
The Emergency Medical Services programs provide both continuing education and curriculum programs for various levels of emergency medical services personnel.
Workforce & Economic Development courses are provided fee-exempt to members of all EMS provider units. The courses are designed to train personnel for various
levels of state certification that are required for emergency care providers.
Students must take a Pre-EMT Basic class and a reading placement test and score a mimimum of a 12th-grade reading level in order to register for EMT Basic.
Students who do not score a 12th-grade level may enroll in the Learning Center free of charge and will be allowed to re-test only upon recommendation of the
Learning Center staff. Call 252-536-7235 to schedule testing session. Testing must be completed one week prior to class beginning date.
Emergency Medical Services Continuing Education Sites
Gaston
McPherson Center
Third Thursday of each month
Second Monday of each month
7 - 10 p.m.
7 - 10 p.m.
The Fire/Rescue program provides skills development training courses for all levels of fire and rescue personnel within the area.
There is no fee for the courses listed below unless otherwise noted.
January
EMS ConEd: Pharmacology
1/11
M
7 - 10 p.m.
HCC/Littleton Ctr.
This course will review pharmacology issues with the new student pertaining to
patient care.
EMS ConEd: Online Motorcycle Trauma
1/11
M
Online
This online class will instruct the student on special procedures to take with
motorcycle injuries. Preregister at least one week prior to class start date.
TR Ag Rescue
1/25 - 1/30
M - S
6 - 10 p.m. M - F
HCC/SN Ctr.
8 - 5 p.m. S
This state-certified course will instruct the student on basic rescue techniques in
farming.
ICS Table-Top Drill
1/25
M
7 - 10 p.m.
HCC/Littleton Ctr.
This class will review ICS roles and requirements in an expanding table-top
exercise.
February
Paramedic Initial Hybrid
1/11
M
Online
This NCOEMS State-certified course allows students to sit for the EMT exam. This
class will be hybrid with online and classroom portions.
MR Transition Class Didactic
2/1
M
6 - 9 first night of class, remainder online
This class will cover new NC OEMS material to transition from old to new
certification and will only cover the didactic requirements. ALL EMS providers
will need to take the course for their level. Preregistration is required for this
class. Orientation will be held at HCC on the first night. Everyone must do the ice
breaker assignment by the end of the first week of class for class credit.
FF May Day
1/11
M
6 - 10 p.m.
HCC/Enfield Ctr.
1/26 & 1/27
TW
6 - 10 p.m.
HCC/SN Ctr.
This NCOSM-certified class will instruct the student on how to call for help and
assistance in emergencies.
EMT Transition Class Didactic
2/1
M
6 - 9 first night of class, remainder online
EMS ConEd: Pharmacology
This class will cover new NC OEMS material to transition from old to new
1/12
T
7 - 10 p.m.
HCC/RRFD
certification and will only cover the didactic requirements. ALL EMS providers
1/18
M
7 - 10 p.m.
HCC/RVRS
will need to take the course for their level. Preregistration is required for this
1/21
TH
7 - 10 p.m.
HCC/GVRS
class. Orientation will be held at HCC on the first night. Everyone must do the ice
This course will review pharmacology issues with the student pertaining to patient breaker assignment by the end of the first week of class for class credit.
care.
Advanced EMT Transition Class Didactic
NIMS ICS 300
2/1
M
6 - 9 first night of class, remainder online
1/23 & 1/24
SS
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
HCC
This class will cover new NC OEMS material to transition from old to new
This state and federally-certified course will instruct middle management leaders
certification and will only cover the didactic requirements. ALL EMS providers
on how to efficiently run incidents or events. Please preregister for the class
will need to take the course for their level. Preregistration is required for this
through NC TERMs or at HCC.
class. Orientation will be held at HCC on the first night. Everyone must do the ice
breaker assignment by the end of the first week of class for class credit.
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Paramedic Transition Class Didactic
2/1
M
6 - 9 first night of class, remainder online
This class will cover new NC OEMS material to transition from old to new
certification and will only cover the didactic requirements. ALL EMS providers
will need to take the course for their level. Preregistration is required for this
class. Orientation will be held at HCC on the first night. Everyone must do the ice
breaker assignment by the end of the first week of class for class credit.
March
EMS ConEd: Online Weapons of Mass Destruction
2/1
M
Online
This online class will instruct the student on special procedures to take with
weapons of mass destruction. Preregister at least one week prior to class start
date.
Certified Child Car Seat Technician Class
Fee: NC responders: $80 certification fee
Non-responders: $125 + $80 certification fee
3/7
M
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
HCC/Davie FD
This BuckleUpNC/Safe Kids-certified course will instruct the student on how to
properly install child protective seats in vehicles in a variety of situations.
OSHA 10 Industry
3/3, 3/10, 3/17
TH
6 - 10 p.m.
HCC, Rm. 410
This OSHA-certified course will instruct the student on general safety
requirements.
EMS ConEd: Online Meth Lab Response
2/1
M
Online
This online class will instruct the student on special procedures to take with
weapons of meth and other clandestine lab responses. Preregister at least one
week prior to class start date.
EMS ConEd: Online - Fire Extinguishers and Fire Safety
3/7
M
Online
This online class will instruct the student on procedures to take with fire
prevention and extinguisher use review. Preregistration is required one week
prior to the start of class.
ITLS
2/6 & 2/7
SSU
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
HCC
This ITLS-certified course will instruct the student on advanced trauma patient
care. Preregistration required by 1/23.
Community CPR and First Aid
Fee: $35
2/6
S
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
HCC
This ASHI course will instruct the student on basic life saving techniques in CPR and
first aid.
EMS Con Ed: 12 Lead and Capenography
2/8
M
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
HCC/Littleton Ctr.
2/9
T
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
HCC/RRFD
2/15
M
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
HCC/RVRS
2/18
TH
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
HCC/GVRS
This course will review 12 lead issues with the student pertaining to patient care.
Response to Ebola for Health Care Workers
3/7
M
Online
This course will instruct the student on safe operations in response to suspected
Ebola patients. Preregistration is required one week prior to the start of class.
EMS ConEd: Medical Patient Assessment
3/8 - 3/10
T
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
HCC/RRFD
3/14
M
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
HCC/Littleton Ctr.
3/17
TH
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
GVRS
3/21
M
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
HCC/RVRS
This course will review patient assessment with medical patients.
Fire LIfe Safety Educator II Planning
3/14
M
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
HCC
This state-certified course will instruct the student on basic aspects of FLSE
programs.
FF May Day
2/15 & 2/16
MT
6 - 10 p.m.
HCC
This NCOSM-certified class will instruct the student on how to call for help and
assistance in emergencies.
ICS 402
3/18
F
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
HCC, Rm. 401
This FEMA-certified course will instruct senior leadership of governments and
private industry on the basics of incident management.
Fire Life Safety Education II Administration
2/15
M
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
HCC
This state-certified course will instruct the student on basic aspects of FLSE
programs.
Forklift Safety Course
3/19
S
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
HCC
This National Safety Council-certified course will instruct students on safe forklift
operations.
Active Shooter Table Top Weldon/HCC Area
2/17
W
1 - 4 p.m.
HCC, Rm. 401
This table top will provide realistic planning to train in the event of an active
shooter on the HCC campus.
Firefighters: Calling the May Day
3/22 & 3/23
TW
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
HCC/Littleton Ctr.
This state/NFA-certified course will instruct students on calling the may day
scenarios.
NC Fire Inspector I Code Class
2/20, 2/21, 2/27, 2/28 SSU
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
HCC/RRFD
This NCOSFM-certified course will teach and allow students to sit for the state fire
inspector level I certification.
Responding to Hybrid Vehicle Emergencies
3/25
F
6 - 9 p.m.
HCC, Auto Shop
This class instructs students on the concepts and safety concerns in dealing with
alternative energy vehicles. Participants will have hands-on experience with lab
equipment to understand how the hybrid system and air bag deployment works.
Preregistration required by March 10.
Fire/Rescue Drills
2/23
T
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
HCC/Littleton Ctr.
This class will review fire and rescue principles in a hands-on setting.
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April
Community CPR and First Aid
Fee: $35
4/2
S
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
HCC, Room 412
This ASHI course will instruct students on basic life saving techniques in CPR and
first aid.
EMS ConEd: Skills Als TSOPS
4/11
M
4/12
T
4/18
M
4/21
TH
This course will review patient skills.
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
HCC/Littleton Ctr.
HCC/RRFD
HCC/RVRS
HCC/GVRS
Active Shooter Drill
4/23
S
8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
HCC
This table top will provide realistic planning to train in the event of an active
shooter on the HCC campus.
TR Wilderness Rescue, Navigation and Tracking
4/30 &
S
6 - 10 p.m.
HCC
5/1
SU
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
HCC
This state-certified course will instruct students on navigation and tracking
techniques.
May
MR Transition Class Didactic
4/4
M
Online
This class covers NC OEMS material to transition from old to new certification and
will only cover the didactic requirements. All EMS providers will need to take the
course.
Paramedic Transition Class Didactic
4/4
M
Online
This class covers NC OEMS material to transition from old to new certification
and will only cover the didactic requirements. All EMS providers will need to take
the course. Preregistration is required for this class. Orientation will be held on
the first night of class on the HCC campus. The ice breaker assignment must be
completed by the end of the first week of class to receive credit.
EMS ConEd: Environmental Emergencies
5/9
M
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
5/10
T
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
5/16
M
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
5/19
TH
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
This course will review environmental concerns in patient care.
HCC/Littleton Ctr.
HCC/RRFD
HCC/RVRS
HCC/GVRS
EMS ConEd: Online - Motorcycle Trauma
5/9
M
Online
This class will instruct students on special procedures to take with motorcycle
injuries. Preregistration is required one week prior to the start of class.
EMS ConEd: Online - Disaster Medicine
4/4
M
Online
This class will instruct the student on special procedures to take with large-scale
disasters. Preregistration is required one week prior to the start of class.
EMS ConEd: Wester Shelter System Setup
4/4
M
Online
This class will instruct students how to set up and dismantle general Western
Shelter systems used in disaster. Preregistration is required one week prior to the
start of class.
EMT Transition Class Didactic
4/4
M
Online
This class covers NC OEMS material to transition from old to new certification and
will only cover the didactic requirements. All EMS providers will need to take the
course.
EMS ConEd: Haz Mat Review
5/9
M
Online
This class will review actions to be taken when EMS respond to haz mat incidents.
Preregistration is required one week prior to the start of class.
Advanced EMT Transition Class Didactic
4/4
M
Online
This class covers NC OEMS material to transition from old to new certification and
will only cover the didactic requirements. All EMS providers will need to take the
course.
Location Key
• RVRS - Roanoke Valley Rescue Squad
• RRFD - Roanoke Rapids Fire Department
• GVRS - Gaston Volunteer Rescue Squad
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Coming fall 2016 to Halifax Community College!
The Community Building Leadership Series
Leadership is not about secrets and natural-born style, but about knowledge and skills that can be learned. Whenever you see a group of
people succeeding and achieving worthy goals, you will see skillful leadership at work. The HCC Community Building Leadership curriculum
will equip leaders to anticipate challenges and take appropriate action in leading their organizations toward their goals. Whether you are a
veteran or an inexperienced leader, you can aquire the tools necessary to build individuals into a motivated and winning unit.
The Community Building Leadership curriculum will be a unique opportunity for you and your organization. As an individual, you may earn
the complete certificate, or as an organization you may earn a special institutional certificate, which allows more than one individual from
your organization to take courses of interest and share the certificate requirements.
Core Curriculum Courses
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Organizational Leadership
Personal Leadership Development
Dynamics of Team Leadership
Civic Education & Community Leadership
Leadership Communication
Mentoring the Next Generation of Leaders
Elective Courses
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501C3 - What is it?
Legal Issues for Nonprofit Organizations
Finding Funding
Collaboration and Consortiums
Board Meetings
Accounting for Nonprofits
• Grant Writing
• Safety Issues
• Why is Diversity a Topic for
Discussion?
• Alternative Media
For more information, call 252-536-7212, 252-536-7216 or visit www.http://halifaxcc.edu/WED/.
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Interested in degree classes but
you missed registering in the fall?
Spring 2016
#registernow #itsnottoolate
Check out these sample schedules.
One of our programs may just be the missing piece to your puzzle!
Sample Schedule — AAS in Medical Office Admin.
COURSE
MED 232 - 1DA
CREDIT
DAY(S)
TIME
2
M
1-1:50 p.m.
Internet MTWTHFS
Online
Sample Schedule — AAS in Criminal Justice
COURSE
CREDIT
DAY(S)
TIME
CJC 120-101
3
M
8-8:50 a.m.
ACC 120 - 1D2
4
MTWTHFS
Online
ACA 111 - 115
1
M
9-9:50 a.m.
CTS 130 - 1D1
3
MTWTHFS
Online
CJC 113 - 1D1
3
TTH
8-9:20 a.m.
WBL 110 - 1D1
1
MTWTHFS
Online
MAT 110 - 1D3
3
MWF
10-10:50 a.m.
HUM 120 - 1D4
3
MTWTHFS
Online
TOTAL (Full-time)
TOTAL (Part-time)
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Check the Spring 2016 schedule for exact dates and times. Schedules above are samples and some dates and times may not be consistent with what is offered for Spring 2016.
Application for admissions can be obtained from the admissions office, printed out from your
computer or you may fill out an online application through the College Foundation of North Carolina.
Visit www.halifaxcc.edu and click on the admissions link at the top of the page
or contact admissions at 252-536-7225.
Financial aid is available! Visit www.halifaxcc.edu and click on the financial aid link
at the top of the page or contact financial aid at 252-536-7244.
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Organization
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P.O. Drawer 809
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HCC’s Workforce & Economic Development division helping you fit all the pieces together!
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