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Motor Vehicle State Inspection Training
with Dan Wolfe
For our Fall Semester 2020, we are pleased to offer a new opportunity with our Motor Vehicle State Inspection License Preparatory Class. This program will be comprise of four one and a half hour classes with veteran State Inspection Mechanic, Dan Wolfe. He will cover application procedures, state resources, and a chapter by chapter review of the test material. There will be video clips from a State licensed garage featuring guest mechanics performing actual official State Inspections. Getting your State Inspection License Certification will help to increase your value in the workplace.
Instructor: Dan Wolfe
Mondays, 10/5 - 10/26, 7:00 - 8:30 PM
Location: Online Fee: $89
Pharmacy Technician Accelerated Training Course
with Savannah Chadbourne
This 8-week intensive program will prepare you to successfully take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board exam. As a Pharmacy Technician, you will be assisting the Pharmacist in every aspect of the daily running of the pharmacy: preparing medications, receiving and verifying prescriptions, helping customers, plus many other vital tasks. This is a high growth profession with great salaries and benefits. Due to the accelerated nature of this course, it is recommended that students be able to grasp content and concepts quickly. Because of the ongoing pandemic this course will be a hybrid of teacher created YouTube informational and instructional videos (2 per week) followed by a weekly Zoom virtual class with the instructor for assignment review and Q & A. Student’s with prior medical experience, CNA’s, CRMA’s, or even PCA’s are strongly encouraged to register. High School diploma required. Payment plans available.
Instructor: Savannah Chadbourne, CPhT
Start date: Monday, 10/12, 6:00 - 8:00 PM, via Zoom Meeting
Fee: $ 849 (includes textbook & PTCB Cert test voucher)
Digital Photography 102
with Richard Snow
This class will be driven by students. The instructor will be prepared to instruct on a variety of topics chosen by the students. Past topics have included Sports Photography, Landscape photography, Portraiture, and Lighting Basics. Students should have a full understanding of their camera, including how to use the light meter, adjust the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO; and have a general understanding of Depth of Field, Field of View, and types of Light. It is highly recommended for students who are intending to take this course have taken a previous course with the instructor as many concepts are covered in the Digital Photography 101 course that will be needed.
Instructor: Richard Snow
Tuesdays, 10/27 - 11/10, 6:00 - 8:00 PM