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Pharmacy Technician Prep Class Begins March 20

Attend our 108-hour course and prepare for the National Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam. Students will receive guided instruction and gain real-world knowledge about working in a pharmacy setting. Register now to become a part of this growing field! On-Campus Class Dates March 20 – August 2, 2017 5:30 – 8:30pm Monday and Wednesday Prerequisite A Read More

Sew On with Sewing Skills!

The Sewing Skills Multi Level courses cover sewing techniques from sewing on a button to making a garment and houseware items. The instruction is suited to meet the students’ needs and requested goals. Whether you want to learn a new stitch, work with patterns to create a new outfit or make cushions for your home Read More

Pastillage & Chocolate Art Class

Chef Marcinda Clements will teach the tricks and tips to make cakes that are over the top –  join her during this upcoming class! Pastillage & Chocolate Art Learn the art of decorating and forming unique edible designs out of pastillage and chocolate. Student will have hands on application and design their own decorations. This Read More

Central Sterile Processing Class Coming January 31!

This 96 hour class will introduce students to the primary responsibilities of a central sterile technician. The central sterile processing technician plays an essential role in patient safety and infection control. The course will include practical application of concepts and procedures. Topics will include preparation, storage, distribution of instruments, supplies and equipment, quality assurance and Read More

Upcoming COMPTIA Certification Prep Courses

CompTIA Security + Certification Exam (SY0-401) Prep (Hybrid) Course January 23 – March 22, 2017 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Monday and Wednesday Ragsdale building room 121 and ONLINE $125 (plus $1) per student.   Textbook and Internet access required for this course. Course Description With the demand for Information Security professionals increasing, many individuals and IT Read More

NASM Certified Personal Trainer Evening Course Starts January 23 | Register today!

Get started in a growing industry, or improve upon existing skills! The NASM CPT course is specifically designed to elevate enrolling students’ knowledge and skill sets pertaining to the fundamentals of the personal fitness training profession. This course is structured and taught in a fashion that enhances novice or experienced personal trainers alike. Students that Read More

Bookkeeping Essentials Class Begins February 7

Sharpen Your Bookkeeping Skills! This course is designed to prepare individuals for an entry-level position, or expand upon previous training as a bookkeeper or accounting clerk. The course applies academic and practical skills that will familiarize and train students the generally accepted accounting and bookkeeping principles and their application in either manual and electronic formats. Read More

Medical Coding Specialist Starts Feb 13 | Online & On Campus | CE Scholarships Available

Medical Coding Specialists are a vital part of today’s healthcare system. Students in this class will learn the skills to work in this profession and prepare for the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) national Certified Professional Coders (CPC) examination, which is given on campus. The class includes modules of Basic Medical Coding, Medical Insurance, Read More

Top Continuing Education Computer Classes for January 2017

Digital Photography Concepts II – class start January 24 Project Management Training Program – class start January 24 COMPTIA A + Certification Exam Prep (Hybrid) – class start January 24 Introduction to QuickBooks 2015 – class start January 25 (NEW) Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint 2013 – class start January 28 (NEW) Introduction to Windows Read More

March Phlebotomy Class

Phlebotomy training prepares the student to draw blood specimens from patients for the purpose of testing and analyzing blood. A phlebotomist’s job includes maintenance of equipment used in obtaining blood specimens, the use of appropriate communication skills when working with patients, the selection of venipuncture sites, the care of blood specimens, data entry, and clerical Read More