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Youth Exercise Specialist (YES) Program for Certified Trainers | Begins Sept. 1

Earn CEU’s for recertification: recognized by (NASM, NSCA and ACE) In continued partnership with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), the Youth Exercise Specialist (YES) is available on campus to provide a “hands-on” experience in a minimal time frame. The YES Program is offered to guide the health and fitness professional in developing the Read More

Digital Photography Class Starts September 8 | Register Today!

Taking your Hobby to the Next Level This course is designed to expose active photography hobbyist and entry-level photographers to the necessary technical and photography skills for taking innovating and exciting photos. Course topics include: lighting, backdrops, location selection, perfecting the photo and many more aspects of ensuring spectacular photographs. It also covers entry level Read More

Customer Service and Sales Certification Class | September 9

Stand out to your employer. Join more than 90,000 individuals who have been certified in Customer Service and Sales. Become certified with the National Retail Federation (NRF). Class Dates September 9 – October 21, 2015 Monday and Wednesday 6:00 – 9:00pm Class Fees Registration Fee – $125.00 Insurance Fee – $1.00 Required Text – $60.00 Read More

ICD-10 for Medical Coders | Are You Ready?

Attention Medical Coders Are you ready to implement ICD-10-CM on October 1, 2015? ICD-10 implementation is mandated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. As all Medical Coders know, ICD-10 is an upgraded diagnostic medical coding system that, by law, must be implemented throughout the healthcare industry by October 1, 2015. This new code Read More

Give Now!

Donate to the College Foundation The Coastal Carolina Community College Foundation was created to provide financial support to Coastal Carolina Community College, beyond that which can be obtained through normal sources. State and local allocated funds sustain the basic costs of the College, but such funds never meet all the needs for facilities, equipment, scholarships, Read More