Corporate College Announces Summer 2013 Class Schedule

By on May 8, 2013
Corporate College Summer 2013 Classes

St. Louis Community College’s Corporate College announces its open enrollment class schedule for Summer 2013. To register for these classes, contact us at 314-984-7777.

More information on the Corporate College is available on the STLCC website.

A PDF version of the Corporate College Catalog is also available.

BUSINESS ESSENTIALS

How to Start a Small Business

This is a special short course to acquaint the small business owner with current management principles as they relate specifically to small business operations. It’s designed to be particularly helpful if you are planning to start your own business. Topics include: business terms, forms and risks of ownership, marketing, record keeping, legal aspects and insurance needs, finding capital, financial planning, tax considerations and other business functions. Lunch is not provided with course fee.
BUSS:701 | $99
C80 Sa 9:30 am-3:30 pm Dr. Allen Jones July 13-July 20

COMPUTERS

Microsoft Word 2010 Basics for Business

Learn to create professional looking documents using this powerful word processing software. Discover how editing and formatting tools are at your fingertips as you work with the toolbar ribbon. Leave with the skills to create a document, format, change styles and fonts, cut/paste, import text, and edit a document with confidence.
COMP:715 | $129
C01 F 9am-4pm Cris Heffernan May 31 Room 208

Microsoft Word 2010: In a Day

Learn the basics of MS Word 2010 in a day! You’ll create and save documents; enter and edit text; learn to indent, set tabs, and enhance documents; make block moves, deletes, and copies; use spell checker, find and replace text; use shortcut keys; and print. Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.
COMP:715 | $99
CO2 Sa 9am-4pm June 8 Room 208

Microsoft Excel 2010: In a Day

Learn the basics of MS Excel 2010 in a day! In this introductory course you’ll learn how to create spreadsheets for all kinds of applications including accounting, expense analysis, budgeting, etc. Topics include setting up worksheets, labeling, entering values, editing cells, copying, saving, and other commands. Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.
COMP:720 | $99
C01 F 9am-4pm June 21 Room 208

Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010 for Business

In this introductory class you will learn the fundamentals of Excel. Topics covered include setting up worksheets, labeling, entering values, editing cells, copying,  formatting, and saving.
COMP:720 | $129
CO2 F 9am-4pm Cris Heffernan June 7 Room 208

Introduction to Microsoft Access 2010 for Business

Learn the foundations to plan and design a database system. Learn to create and work with tables, forms, and reports; use queries; and create and maintain a database.
COMP:725 | $129
C01 F 9am-4pm Cris Heffernan June 28 Room 208

Microsoft Access 2010: Introduction

Learn the foundations of creating a database using Access 2010. You will master the skills necessary to plan and design a database system as well as add, change, and delete information. Learn how to create simple reports to print out the information you need and how to query the database to find and display data. Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.
COMP:725 | $99
C02 F 9am-4pm Cris Heffernan July 12 Room 208

QuickBooks Pro 2010 for Business

This class introduces students to QuickBooks, an easy to use, complete accounting system for small businesses. Students will create a company and use QuickBooks to maintain financial records. Topics to be covered include: setting up customer and vendor lists, entering sales and invoices, receiving payments, making deposits, handling expenses and bills, working with bank accounts, analyzing financial data, handling sales tax, and managing inventory. Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.
COMP:734 | $199
C01 MTu 8:30am-4:30pm Mike Woodruff July 8-9 Room 208

Intermediate Access 2010 for Business

Get the skill you need to enhance your database designs. Learn to query multiple tables for customized forms and reports, create more complex queries, and customize forms. Text is included in the cost.
COMP:726 | $129
C01 F 9am-4pm Cris Heffernan July 26 Room 208

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010: In a Day

Learn the basics of MS PowerPoint 2010 in a day! This is an introductory course in using PowerPoint to create effective graphic presentations. Learn to use word processing and drawing tools to create and edit text, logos, and artwork. Additional topics include importing clip art, using templates, and rearranging your presentation. Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.
COMP:730 | $99
C01 F 9am-4pm July 5 Room 208

Adobe Photoshop CS6: In a Day

Learn the Basics of Adobe Photoshop CS6 in a day! You will learn how to manipulate digital images from a digital camera, previously scanned images, or internet graphics. Concepts covered include Selection Tools, Paintbrush Tools, Layers and Masking. Students will work hands-on with a wide variety of images. Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.
COMP:755 | $99
C01 Sa 9am-4pm Zak Zych July 27 Room 206

Facebook for Business

Facebook is proving to be a powerhouse tool for small and large businesses everywhere. Come to this class to learn how to utilize Facebook to grow and promote your business.
COMP:742 | $29
C01 F 9am-12pm Rachel Bufalo July 12 Room 206

Dreamweaver CS6: In a Day

Learn the basics of Dreamweaver CS6 in one day! You will learn the basics in the Dreamweaver environment; how to create and enhance documents; basic formatting skills; how to create and manage a new site with site maps and templates; how to link pages using anchors; work with images, tables and frames; and how to publish your web site. Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience. HTML experience recommended. Bring a thumb/flash drive.
COMP:745 | $99
931 Sa 9am-4pm June 1 Room 206

FOOD SERVICE

ServSafe Food Safety Certification

St. Louis City and St. Louis County Health Departments require that at least one person within each food service facility be certified in food safety. This nationally recognized class offers this training to individuals who are employed by, manage, or own food service operations in the hospitality industry. The second class concludes with the exam. Fee includes textbook, answer sheet, and proctored exam. Those achieving a grade of 75% or higher on the exam will be awarded a ServSafe certificate. Bring a sack lunch to class.
RMGT:700 | $169
C01 M 8am-3pm Almut Stephan Marino July 22 – Aug. 5 Room 210 No class 7/29

ServSafe Food Safety Certification Review and Retest

This class is only for those who were not successful on a recent exam. It is recommended that you study the text before coming to class. An opportunity to ask review questions will be provided before re-attempting the exam. Fee includes answer sheet and proctored exam. Those achieving a grade of 75% or higher on the exam will be awarded the nationally-recognized ServSafe certificate.
RMGT:700 | $79
C02 M 8am-3pm Almut Stephan Marino Aug. 5 Room 210

NURSING AND ALLIED HEALTH

Greening Healthcare-What Goes In Must Come Out-Creating Sustainable Supply Chains and Waste Streams

There are many opportunities for increasing sustainability of healthcare environments ranging from green building to greening facility operations, administrative practices, supply chain, and cafeterias. This course will discuss the triple bottom line approach to greening supply chain, waste streams, and cafeterias. With the uniqueness of each healthcare facility and environments varying from administrative offices to sterile medical spaces, come specific challenges in creating sustainable environments. The course will shed light on challenges in greening supply chains, waste streams, and food in a variety of healthcare environments. Providing proof that a sustainability initiative was successful will help healthcare leadership buy into expanding the program or trying new sustainability efforts. Simple Evidence Based Design practices will help show the value of a piloted sustainability program through measurable results. How-to critical thinking exercises will help prepare attendees to bring sustainability into their line of work. This course is intended for a broad audience ranging from healthcare administrators and practitioners to facilities employees and healthcare design professionals.
ECOL:700 | $49
5C1 Tu 7:30am-9:30am July 16

NEW Orientation to Pharmacy Technician

This free session is designed to provide information to individuals interested in the Pharmacy Technician Training. The presentation will include an explanation of the prerequisites, an overview of the training and requirements needed for certification. The orientation is free but registration is required. This orientation session will be offered at the Corporate College in the Health Care Lab 276.
AHCE:786 | No Fee
C02 M 6-9:30pm May 13

NEW Pharmacy Technician Training

This training is held from June 17, 2013 through October 23, 2013. It prepares the student for entry level employment as a pharmacy technician. The course provides 105 hours of class room instruction and 60 hours of externship experience. Class meets twice a week for 28 sessions; each 3.5 hours in length. The 60 hours of externship experience follows the class room experience. Students will learn about the top medications dispensed in the United States and be introduced to the basic concepts of pharmacy calculations for proper medication dispensing. A strict attendance policy is enforced throughout this training. Upon successful completion of the course the student is eligible to take a certification exam. Prerequisites: Student must be 18 years of age; High school diploma or a General Education Development (GED) Certificate; Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) Test Letter stating a minimum score of 8.9 on both Vocabulary and Comprehension tests and a minimum score of 7.0 Mathematics Concepts and Application; Family Care Safety Registry-Worker registration letter. Only original letter will be accepted. Letter cannot be older than six months. Register on online at www.dhss.mo.gov Register in person only in Continuing Education at Forest Park, G-329. No class 9/2. This course will be offered at the Corporate College in the Health Care Lab 276.
AHCE:786 | $2,100
C01 MW 6-9:30pm June 17-Oct. 23 No class 9/2

OSHA TRAINING

OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Certification

This 10 hour OSHA course is ideal for supervisors with safety and health responsibilities, and for employee safety and health awareness. Students will be introduced to OSHA policies, procedures and standards as well as general industry safety and health principles covered in OSHA Act Part 1910. Special emphasis will be placed on areas most hazardous using OSHA standards as a guide. Students will receive an OSHA card after completion of the course. Class meets Thursday evening and Saturday 7/13 from 8am until 3:30pm.
CONS:736 | $119
C01 Th 5-9 pm – Patricia Dalton – July 11 Sa 8 am-3:30 pm July 13

ECOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITY

Home Energy Efficiencies Using Energy Star

Energy efficient choices can save families about a third of their energy bill with similar savings on greenhouse gas emissions, without sacrificing comfort or style. Energy Star helps you make the energy efficient choice. In this hands-on guided exercise you will use the Energy Star Yardstick to compare your home energy use to other homes in and then use the Home Energy Advisor to get recommendations for energy and money savings tips.
ECOL:700 | $15
5C0 W 6:30-8:30pm June 5 Room 208

About Richard Schumacher

Richard Schumacher is the technology manager for the Workforce Solutions Group of St. Louis Community College. He connects, designs, and applies technology to meet business user needs with eLearning, training, web content, instructional design, IT system, and performance improvement solutions. Richard is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and has held Microsoft Certifications since 1993. Learn more about Richard by following him: LinkedInTwitterGoogle+ArticlesEmail

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