Microsoft Excel 2010 Introduction – Intermediate – class start November 3 Microsoft Excel and Access 2010 – class start November 17 Microsoft Office 2010 Boot Camp – Level I – class start December 1 (NEW) Introduction to Microsoft OneNote – class start December 2 Computer and Internet Fundamentals for Seniors – class start December 6 Read More
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This 32 hour course consists of a classroom/lab review of knowledge and skills in basic nursing care performed by the Nurse Aide. If you were an NA I in another state, a Hospital Corpsman, or someone who has been out of the nursing field for a couple years, it is our goal to build upon Read More
Adobe Acrobat Essentials: Working with Forms and PDFs – class start October 27 Basic Computer Troubleshooting and Repair – class start October 27 Seats are still available. For more information contact Terrance Dunn 910-938-6821 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of the personal fitness training profession. Upon completion of the course, students will be prepared to take the NASM certification exam. Students will gain knowledge about the human body, training techniques and the physical application of sound, safe and productive personal trainer skills. Six hours of training Read More
Food contamination episodes can cost restaurants a lot of money. This food safety certification course, developed by the Education Foundation of the National Restaurant Association, is a comprehensive program for food service professionals in restaurants, hospitals, long-term care facilities, childcare facilities, and other food-handling establishments. ServSafe training prepares you to • Protect against food borne Read More
Human Resources Development October – December 2014 Do you need to upgrade your job skills? Sign up for our classes that may be at no cost to you. Registration fees are waived for those who are unemployed or underemployed. Using Technology in Your Job Search This course is designed to teach you how to market Read More
Onslow County natives may think nothing of being able to ask for help finding a particular item at the grocery store or ordering something off of a menu, but when you do not speak English, those tasks become huge challenges. “ESL (English as a Second Language) classes offered by Coastal Carolina Community College provide many Read More