Please refer to the current Continuing Education Schedule of Classes for upcoming dates and times.
Broker-in-Charge (BIC) Update
This year’s course will focus on electronic signatures and documents, selected property management issues, revised commission rules, subdivision street disclosures, working with a buyer as a seller agent only, and a review of licensing and education requirements, selected topics for Brokers-In-Charge; What is an Office, Office Policies & Listing Practices, Periodic Renewal & Reporting Requirements and Broker-In-Charge requirements. FOR BICS AND BICS-ELIGIBLE ONLY.
Course Length: 4 hours
New! Customer Service and Sales Certification
This course develops customer service skills through recognizing and dealing with the customer’s emotions, using listening and questioning skills, and presenting information to satisfy customers. Students will learn to create rapport with customers and co-worker, and work towards a positive outcome. This course will demonstrate techniques to improve customer service skills by integrating work-related situations into the class.
Event Planning Basics
This course is designed to instruct students in planning and coordinating special events to include meetings, conventions, weddings, bar mitzvahs, anniversaries, engagements, reunions or any other events of interest. Areas explored include event design and objectives, program planning, food and beverage catering, vendors, décor, timeline and budget management. This course will also provide the beginner entrepreneur with information to enhance their own commercial event planning business if they are already responsible for planning special events for their employer, family, church, or other organization. A textbook is required and is available at the college bookstore.
Course Length: 60 hours
Many employers benefit by having Notaries on their staff because many documents used in the course of business require notarization. Being a Notary is also a good addition to one’s resume while pursuing employment. Coastal Carolina Community College offers instruction for students interested in becoming a Notary. The course is offered twice a month, both daytime and evening hours. When the course is successfully completed the student must then submit an application to the Secretary of State’s office in order to be appointed as a Notary.
A Notary in North Carolina is an appointed official for the State. Notaries play a vital role in protecting the public against fraud and forgery. This is accomplished by requiring the personal appearance and verification of the identity of individuals signing documentation or performing other actions before the Notary. Notarization also lends an air of solemnity to transactions when documents are being signed, which in turn lends weight to the seriousness of the event taking place before the Notary.
Interested students should check the state requirements tab, to determine if they are in fact qualified and meet all North Carolina legal requirements before registering.
Course Length: 7 hours
This course will cover many aspects of professional detailing; applicable to Automobiles, Marine and Motor Cycles. The class focuses on three areas; preparation, cleaning, and finishing. Special emphasis is placed on; exterior and interior detailing, waxing and/or polishing, power tools, product selection and applications. Course content will include facts to consider if starting a small detailer business. This class will prove useful not only for professional, but also personal ventures as well. A materials list will be provided at time of registration.
Course Length: 18 hours
Professional Organizers are in great demand and gaining popularity by providing a much-needed service to communities, businesses and individuals. Many people want to get organized but don’t know how or where to start. This class is the perfect place to build your organizing skills and to transition into a profession. Learn how to identify a client’s needs, what approaches you can use to help them in their organizing dilemmas and steps and organizing strategies that can be applied. Also, learn how to work with your client in maintaining a long-term result. There is a huge need for this type of business in the area due to the high number of transient individuals and families. This class will also provide you with the business knowledge and skills needed to start working for yourself. A textbook is required and is available at the college bookstore.
Course Length: 60 hours
Real Estate Elective
A four-hour elective course is required each year by the NC Real Estate Commission. This course is offered in conjunction with the Real Estate Update course and is only for current NC licensed real estate salespersons and brokers. The elective topic varies from year to year.
Course Length: 4 hours
Real Estate Update
A four-hour elective course is required each year by the NC Real Estate Commission. This course is offered in conjunction with the Real Estate Elective course and is only for current NC licensed real estate salespersons and brokers. The elective topic varies from year to year.
Course Length: 4 hours
National Restaurant Association certificates are given to all students who pass the course. The college uses the ServSafe Managers textbook. A ServSafe Manager’s textbook with answer sheet is required for the first class. The textbook is available at college bookstore, students that have the a textbook but not the answer sheet may contact the coordinator for information on obtaining one
Course Length: 15 hours
The SHRM Essentials of HR Management is an introductory course offering a comprehensive overview of human resource roles and responsibilities. It gives participants critical knowledge to help reduce potentially costly lawsuits and improves their ability to handle challenging HR issues. This course is ideal for those who are just starting out in the human resources profession, or those who are looking for an effective way to boost their employee management skills. A student learning package is required, pre-payment for this is due at the time of registration. Contact program coordinator for details.
Course Length: 24 hours
SHRM Certified Professional (CP) and Senior Certified Professional (SCP)
SHRM’s new certification is aligned to business needs and meaningfully linked to performance. CP/SCP focuses on competencies, one of the first HR credentials course to have this. It teaches and tests the real-life information and techniques that HR professionals need to excel in their careers today. This knowledge is relevant to contemporary global HR practice, grouped by common themes into four Knowledge Domains: People, Organization, Workplace and Strategy. A student learning package is required, pre-payment for this is due at the time of registration. Contact program coordinator for details.
Course Length: 39 hours
Tanning Facility Operators
Learn tanning safety procedures for tanning equipment operators. This satisfies the NC training requirement for operators of tanning salons.
Course Length: 8 hours