Corporate College Announces Spring 2014 Classes

By on January 21, 2014
Corporate College Spring 2014 Classes

St. Louis Community College’s Corporate College announces its open enrollment class schedule for Spring 2014. To register for these classes, contact us at 314-984-7777.

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

Business, Nonprofit and Career Development

Professional Essentials

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification

Whether you are a member of a quality team, a quality manager, or desire to obtain a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification for your own professional development, this course is appropriate for you. We blend classroom instruction and online instructor-led labs. Certification program highlights include: how to implement the DMAIC process (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control), how to develop reliable and valid measurements for a system, how to define the cost of poor quality, how to use the correct formula to calculate ROI and more. Supplies included in cost of course.

Students successfully completing this training will receive their Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification and 45 hours of instruction. This training includes an 18 hour capstone simulation project on the last Tuesday session and 2 consecutive Saturdays. Attendance on these days is mandatory. If one of these days is missed, arrangements may be made with the instructor to complete the project and receive certification. However, should this be necessary, additional instructional costs will be charged to the student above and beyond the cost of the program. Lunch provided on Saturdays.

This program is approved by DESE for WIA funding through the Missouri Career Center. You must be approved for funding prior to registering for the class. Class meets Tuesdays 2/4, 2/11, 2/18, 2/25, 3/11, 3/25, 4/8, 4/22, 5/6, 5/13 and Saturdays 5/10, 5/17.

BUSN:765 | $1,899
C50, Tu 6 p.m.-9 p.m., Patricia Dalton
Feb. 4 – April 22, Corporate College, 207
Sa 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., May 10, Corporate College, 208
Sa 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., May 17, Corporate College, 208

New Overview of Lean

All businesses face the same challenge of offering more value to their customers while consuming fewer resources. Lean is the most powerful productivity improvement process available today to make this happen. It has been used worldwide across a wide spectrum of organizations ranging from healthcare to manufacturing to service industries with remarkable results. Guided participant discussions will provide you an with understanding of Lean and how it can improve your organization. We will review the ways in which Lean Thinking and Lean Work Processes are driving significant increases in productivity in a variety of work environments.

You will learn how to:
Optimize the static work environment through the use of the 5S System
Make work flow smoothly through the work environment through the use of Value-Stream Mapping

Use the A3 process to drive process improvements

You’ll receive materials to apply the tools of Lean in your organization.

BUSN:765 | $149
C52, W 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., George Friesen
March 26 – April 23, Corporate College, 209

Project Management Orientation

This free session is designed to provide information to individuals interested in obtaining Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. You’ll learn about the concepts, test preparation and requirements needed for certification. Presentation includes an overview of the program, a look at class materials, trends in the industry and potential job opportunities for PMPs. The orientation is free but registration is required.

BUSN:765 | No Fee
C80, Sa 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Dirk Lupien
March 8, Corporate College, 211

Project Management

Project managers are sought after professionals when the need is for skills that include time, resource and financial management with a finite effort. Working knowledge of these skills is recognized by the Project Management Institute (PMI) through various levels of certification. This course helps you to prepare for the PMP certification exam by presenting the critical concepts together with the core knowledge areas covered in the exam. Topics covered include the process groups and relationships, terminology and decision making practice. Session attendance in this course counts toward the project management training criteria, 35 hours, required to register for the PMP exam. This practical learning prepares the student for the PMP certification exam by lecture, online exercises, working sessions and practice exams.

This program is approved by DESE for WIA funding through the Missouri Career Center and presented by a Registered Educational Provider (REP). You must be approved for funding prior to registering for the program. Class meets Wednesdays: 3/26, 4/2, 4/9, 4/16, 4/23 and Saturdays: 3/29, 4/12, 4/26. Class on 4/26 will meet in room 208. Lunch provided on Saturdays.

BUSN:765 | $1,699
C51, W 6 p.m.-9 p.m., Dirk Lupien
March 26 – April 23, Corporate College, 211
Sa 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., March 29, Corporate College, 211
Sa 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., April 12, Corporate College, 211
Sa 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., April 26, Corporate College, 208

New Essentials of Leadership

This foundational course is designed to teach leaders how to get results through people. You’ll learn a set of essential skills to meet both practical business needs and people’s personal needs. Discussions will focus on acquiring a set of proven interaction skills, discovering the seven leadership imperatives for meeting today’s challenges, and the role as a catalyst leader-a leader who inspires others to act. Course is approved for HRCI credit.

BUSN:704 | $99
C01, Tu 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Dr. Renee Huss
April 8, Corporate College, 211

New Leading Change

This course will focus on leader’s crucial role in initiating change in the workplace. Learn how to introduce a change initiative and lead discussions with employees to explore how best to implement the changes and to help others overcome their resistance to change. These skills enhance a leader’s ability to minimize the potentially negative effects of change on morale, processes, and productivity. We will also discuss how to involve others in the change process to increase their receptivity to change and how to conduct effective change discussions, and minimize the potentially negative impact of change on morale and productivity. Course is approved for HRCI credit.

BUSN:765 | $99
C01, Tu 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Dr. Renee Huss
Feb. 25, Corporate College, 211

New Build Your Energy Star Portfolio Manager

You’ve heard it before: you can’t manage what you don’t measure. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager is an online, interactive energy management tool that allows you to measure and track your building’s energy and water consumption, identify investment priorities, and verify improvements over time. All building types can be entered into Portfolio Manager and receive energy and water benchmarks, as well as a comparison of performance against a national average for buildings of a similar type. All you need are your energy bills and some basic information about your building to get started. During this hands-on workshop, participants will utilize information they bring about their building to establish their building’s profile in Portfolio Manager, which is critical to calculate benchmarks of key metrics such as energy intensity and costs, water use, and carbon emissions. Continental breakfast included.

BUSN:723 | $45
C01, Tu 7:30-9:30 a.m., Randall D. Lewis, D. Mgt.
March 25, Corporate College, 213

Healthcare Occupations

Pharmacy Technician Information Session

This free session is designed to provide information to individuals interested in the Pharmacy Technician Training. The presentation will include an explanation of the pre-requisites, an overview of the training and requirements needed for certification. The session is free but registration is required. This information session will be offered at the Corporate College.

AHCE:786 | No Fee
CO1, M 6-7 p.m., Jan. 6, Corporate College, 209

Pharmacy Technician Certification Training

This training is held from February 3 through July 2, 2014. Register in person only in Continuing Education at Forest Park, G 322/324. This training prepares the student for entry level employment as a pharmacy technician. 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. The course provides 105 hours of class room instruction and 60 hours of externship experience.

Class meets twice a week Monday and Thursday (2/3 – 5/12) for 28 sessions; each 3.5 hours in length. The 60 hours of externship experience (5/19-6/27) follows the class room experience. Final exam: 6/30.

Prerequisites: Student must be 18 years of age; High school diploma or a High School Equivalency 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 the original letter will be accepted. Letter cannot be older than six months. Register on online at www.dhss.mo.gov to obtain letter. No class 2/17. Refund/withdrawal deadline: 1/27. No refunds after that date.

AHCE:786 | $2,100
CD1, MTh 6-9:30 p.m., Feb. 3 – Jul 2, Corporate College, 276

Communications

Better Communication to Control Conflict in the Workplace

Learn to make yourself (and others) heard and negotiate solutions to resolve and control conflict in the workplace. You can manage combative conversations with practical communication tips. Improve your skill in handling current situations with role-playing.

COMM:765 | $39
C50, Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Marlo Hamilton
April 10 – April 17, Corporate College, 211
CPR and First Aid

Heartsaver First Aid CPR/AED

Heartsaver First Aid CPR/AED is a classroom, video-based, instructor-led course that teaches students critical skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid, choking or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the first few minutes until emergency medical service (EMS) arrives. It is designed to meet OSHA requirements. Students learn skills such as how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies. This course also teaches adult CPR and AED use. Written and practical skills (hands-on-manikin simulation) evaluation and testing are required for course completion.

Upon successful completion each participant will receive a course completion card in approximately two weeks. Registration one week prior to course start date is required. Due to the nature of the course you must arrive on time. No admittance after stated start time.

CPRR:706 | $97
C01, W 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Gordon Back
April 23, Corporate College, 207

Healthcare Provider CPR

This American Heart Association course is designed for the healthcare provider. Each participant must obtain an 84 percent or higher on the written evaluation and demonstrate proficiency in all CPR skills. Skills include adult, child and infant CPR, FBAO management of the conscious victim, adult/infant/child two rescuer CPR, mouth-to-mask ventilation and automatic external defibrillation (AED). Written and practical skills (hands-on manikin simulation) evaluation and testing are required for course completion.

Students who enroll at least one week in advance and successfully complete the course will receive BLS completion card at the end of the class. No transfers between sessions or refunds given within five business days of class date. Due to the nature of the course, you must arrive on time. No admittance after stated start time. This course meets the STLCC nursing department admission requirements.

CPRR:707 | $69
C01, Tu 5pm-10pm, Gordon Back
Jan. 28, Corporate College, 207

Computers and Technology

Applications and Systems

Personal Computers and Technology – Introduction: In a Day

Learn the basics of using a PC in a day! Do you call yourself “computer illiterate”? Does current technology boggle your mind? Then this class is for you! Build a strong foundation for your computer skills and get familiar with other digital technologies. This course emphasizes hands-on experience using a PC to teach essential concepts and commands and develop user confidence. Basic terms regarding computer hardware, software and current technology are covered, as are basics regarding the use of computers, printers, and drives. It’s a class designed for those with little or no computer skills. This class will move at a fast pace.

COMP:701 | $99
C50, Sa 9 a.m.-4 p.m.,
Feb. 1, Corporate College, 208

New Microsoft Windows 8: Introduction: In a Day

Explore Windows 8 and all its user-friendly features in this course. Topics include using Start Screen, Live tiles, Hot corners, Charm Bar, Sky Drive and many others.

Prerequisite: Personal Computers Introduction class or equivalent experience. This course is not for tablets or touch screen and students will use a mouse to navigate. Personal Computers Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:705 | $109
S02, W 9am-4pm, Patti Bossi
March 5, Corporate College, 208

Overview of Microsoft Office 2010: In a Day

Learn the basics of MS Office 2010 in one day! In this class you’ll touch on the basics of Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint spending about 1.5 hours on each application. If you need a crash course or a basic understanding of the applications in Office 2010 then this class is for you!

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:713 | $89
C80, Sa 9 a.m.-4.p.m.,
Feb. 15, Corporate College, 206

Overview of Microsoft Office 2010 for Business

Learn the basic programs and features of the MS Office Suite. Create and edit Word documents, create formulas in Excel spreadsheets, and develop PowerPoint presentations.

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:713 | $129
C01, F 9 a.m.-4 p.m.,
Jan. 31, Corporate College, 208

Microsoft Word 2010: In a Day

Learn the basics of MS Word in one 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
C02, Sa 9am-4pm,
Feb. 22, Corporate College, 208

Introduction to Microsoft Word 2010 for Business

Learn to create professional looking business 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.

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:715 | $129
C01, F 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Cris Heffernan
Feb. 7, Corporate College, 206

New Intermediate Word 2010 for Business

If you are familiar with the basics, here’s your opportunity to learn the more advanced features of Word. Learn to customize the Word environment, use advanced formatting techniques, work with styles, advanced table features, create and manage large documents, and use auto text, macros, and templates.

Prerequisite: Microsoft Word Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:716 | $129
C01, F 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Cris Heffernan
Feb. 21, Corporate College, 208

Microsoft Excel 2010: In a Day

Learn the basics of MS Excel in one 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
C80, Sa 9 a.m.-4 p.m.,
March 8, Corporate College, 208

Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010 for Business

In this introductory class you will learn the business basics of Excel. Topics covered include setting up worksheets, labeling, entering values, editing cells, copying, formatting, and saving.

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:720 | $129
C01, F 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Cris Heffernan
March 7, Corporate College, 208

Intermediate Excel 2010 for Business

Build on previous knowledge and further your spreadsheet skills by managing multiple workbooks, creating more complex formulas and functions, enhancing the appearance of your documents, and by creating custom reports with pivot tables and pivot charts.

Prerequisite: Microsoft Excel Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:721 | $129
C01, F 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Cris Heffernan
March 14, Corporate College, 208

Exploring Topics in Excel: Advanced Functions, Lookup Tables, Macros, and More

Continue to expand your Excel expertise as you work with lookup tables, create macros and explore many more of Excel’s advanced features.

Prerequisite: Microsoft Excel Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:722 | $129
C01, F 9 a.m.-4 p,m,, Cris Heffernan
March 21, Corporate College, 208

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010: In a Day

Learn the basics of MS PowerPoint in one 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
C80, Sa 9 a.m.-4 p.m.,
March 22, Corporate College, 208

Microsoft Access 2010: In a Day

Learn the basics of Access in one day! In this class you’ll learn how to plan and design a database system, add, change, and delete information as well as how to create simple reports and how to query the database to find display data.

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:725 | $99
C80, Sa 9 a.m.-4 p.m.,
April 5, Corporate College, 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 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Cris Heffernan
April 4, Corporate College, 206

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.

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience and Introduction to Excel or equivalent experience.

COMP:726 | $129
C01, F 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Cris Heffernan
April 18, Corporate College, 208

Desktop Publishing

Microsoft Publisher 2010: In a Day

Learn the basics of MS Publisher in one day! You will learn to design publications which are ready for printing. Topics include: importing and formatting text, inserting clip art, creating multi-column pages, using page wizard and design galley, and adding type effects.

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:731 | $99
C80, Sa 9 a.m.-4 p.m.,
April 12, Corporate College, 208

Adobe Illustrator CS6: In a Day

Learn the basics of Illustrator in one day! In this course you will gain an understanding of creating vector art objects or typographic designs for print, as well as the tools, menus and palettes required to create and edit vector art object and typographic designs using color on layers.

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:752 | $99
C80, Sa 9 a.m.-4 p.m.,
May 3, Corporate College, 208

Adobe Photoshop CS6: In a Day

Learn the Basics of Adobe Photoshop in one 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 Cloning. Students will work hands-on with a wide variety of images.

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:755 | $99
C80, Sa 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Zak Zych
April 26, Corporate College, 206

Adobe Photoshop CS6: Introduction

This course, utilizing Adobe Photoshop CS6 software, shows students 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 | $129
C50, Th 6-9 p.m., Zak Zych
Feb. 6 – Feb. 27, Corporate College, 206

Adobe Photoshop CS6: Intermediate

Adobe Photoshop CS6 Intermediate covers advanced techniques of the concepts learned in the introductory class, along with Channels, Sharpening, Actions, Advanced Filters, Color control, and Basic Web Graphics Creation. Students will work hands-on with a wide variety of images.

Prerequisite: Adobe Photoshop Introduction class.

COMP:755 | $129
C51, Th 6-9 p.m., Zak Zych
March 20 – April 10, Corporate College, 206

Adobe Photoshop CS6: Advanced

Adobe Photoshop CS6 advanced builds on the skills learned in the beginning and intermediate classes covering subjects including the Brush Engine, Displacement Maps, Channels, Sharpening, Actions and Shadow and Highlight adjustments. Students will work hands-on with a wide variety of images.

Prerequisite: Adobe Photoshop Intermediate class.

COMP:755 | $135
C52, Th 6-9 p.m., Zak Zych
April 17 – May 8, Corporate College, 206

Mobile Basics

New Mobile Applications Android

This course provides an overview of the basic principles and strategies for developing Android mobile applications. The course introduces students to all aspects of Android (beyond the code itself) and describes the components used to build applications. Students gain the skills and knowledge needed to write Android applications. This course is taught in a hybrid format with both on-line learning activities and hands-on, instructor facilitated lab activities. Labs will be held on 3/5, 3/19, 4/2, 4.16.

COMP:798 | $329
C01, W 6:30-9 p.m.,
March 5 – April 16, Corporate College, 209

New Cloudy with a Chance of Confusion

What is this cloud everyone keeps talking about and where is it? The cloud is everywhere and more and more people are using it for their personal computing needs. In fact, there is a good chance you are already using it and don’t even know. Come to this class to find out more.

COMP:742 | $25
C01, F 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Rachel Bufalo
March 7, Corporate College, 206

Learn the Basics of an iPad

Did you finally break down and purchase an iPad only to discover that you can barely use it? Come to this class to learn the basics and functionality of an iPad. Please note universal functions of the iPad platform will be taught and that specific “apps” may vary from iPad to iPad. Students must bring their own iPad to the class. This class will only discuss the Apple iPad. Other tablet devices will not be covered.

COMP:765 | $25
C80, Su 12:30-3:30 p.m., Jeffrey Morgan
April 13, Corporate College, 211

Personal Computing

Introduction to Craigslist

Craigslist is a fantastic website and provides a wonderful community service to cities all over the United States. This site is about more than just buying and selling. Come find out what all of the hype is about!

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:742 | $25
C04, F 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Rachel Bufalo
Feb. 28, Corporate College, 206

Social Networks

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. This class will not cover the functionality of Facebook for personal use and students should already have a basic knowledge of Facebook prior to class.

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:742 | $25
C03, F 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Rachel Bufalo
March 21, Corporate College, 206

Build Your Business with Pinterest

Here’s a news flash: Pinterest already beats Facebook for the number of purchasing customers it sends to retail sites, according to a recent Social Shopping 2012 survey. Designed in the style of a digital corkboard, Pinterest users can pin images and videos they find on the web to themed pages called boards. Other users can then re-pin images to their own boards, give it a “like”, or add a comment. Unlike other networks such as Twitter, Pinterest is a major driver of e-commerce traffic. A recent Bizrate Insights survey found 32% of north American buyers bought a product after seeing it on a social site such as Pinterest. Come to this class and find out what its all about!

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:742 | $25
C02, F 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Rachel Bufalo
April 4, Corporate College, 208

Tech Savvy Fridays

Tech Savvy Fridays: Utilizing the Internet

So you can email now and even do a Google search, but are you utilizing everything the internet has to offer? The world wide web has thousands of every-day tools that can simplify your life that you don’t even know about! Come to this class to discover several different web-sites that are fun, interesting and even useful!

Prerequisite: Personal Computers Introduction class or equivalent experience.

COMP:765 | $19
C01, F 9-11 a.m., Patti Bossi
Feb. 14, Corporate College, 208

Web Development

Create Your Own Website with WordPress

Anyone can learn how to create their own website in just a few hours using WordPress, the most popular website creator tool on the Internet. WordPress is used by almost 15% of the top 1 million websites and, as of August 2011, powers 22% of all new websites. Whether you are just a beginner using graphically based templates or want to get down into the nitty-gritty code, WordPress is your answer and it’s FREE and you don’t have to be a techie! DIY with your creativity and WordPress. Walk away from this class with a basic website and the skills to go as far as you want. The sky’s the limit!

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class or equivalent experience and Basic Introduction to WordPress or equivalent experience. This class will move at a fast pace. Students must already have a generic email account through gmail, yahoo or hotmail and know this email address and password when coming to class.

COMP:745 | $99
C01, F 9am-4pm, Jerry Bearden
Jan. 24, Corporate College, 208

Optimizing WordPress for Your Business

Take your basic WordPress site to the next level! Learn more advanced techniques such as template optimization, site customization and search engine optimization. Prerequisite: Windows Introduction class and Create Your Own Website with WordPress or equivalent experience. This class will move at a fast pace.

Students must already have a generic email account through gmail, yahoo or hotmail and know this email address and password when coming to class.

COMP:745 | $39
C02, W 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Jerry Bearden
Feb. 12, Corporate College, 208

Construction and Industrial Technologies

Blueprint Reading for Construction Trades

The Blueprint Reading for Construction Trades course provides students with a basic overview of blueprint reading concepts. This introductory-level course reviews the key concepts applicable to reading blueprints generated for a variety of skilled trade and technical applications, including carpentry, electrical systems, plumbing systems, and sprinkler fitting systems in light commercial and residential construction.

This is a hybrid course taught through on-line learning lectures and in-class lab activities. Labs will meet on 2/10, 2/24, and 3/10.

CONS:718 | $329
C01, M 6:30-8:30 p.m.,
Feb. 10 – March 10, Corporate College, 211

OSHA

10 Hour OSHA Construction Health and Safety Training Certification
This course meets the required laws for working on public job sites. Led by an OSHA certified trainer the course covers the mandated OSHA topics including OSHA regulations, general health and safety, basic electrical safety, fall protection. ladder and scaffold safety, hand and power tools, material handling, etc. Upon successful completion students will receive the 10 hour OSHA course completion card. Class meets Thursday evening and Saturday.

CONS:736 | $119
C01, Th 5-9 p.m., Patricia Dalton
Jan. 30, Corporate College, 209
Sa 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Feb. 1, Corporate College, 209

10 Hour OSHA 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.

CONS:736 | $119
C02, Th 5-9 p.m., Patricia Dalton
Feb. 20, Corporate College, 209
Sa 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Feb. 22, Corporate College, 209

30 Hour OSHA Construction Safety and Health Certification Completion

This is a 20 hour completion course for those who have completed OSHA 10 Hour Construction Health and Safety Certification within the past six months and wish to pursue the OSHA 30 Hour Certification.

Class meets four times – Thursday evenings 3/20 and 4/3 and Saturdays 3/22 and 4/5.

CONS:736 | $239
C03, Th 5-9 p.m., Patricia Dalton
March 20 – April 3, Corporate College, 209
Sa 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m., March 22-April 5, Corporate College, 209

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: LinkedIn - Twitter - Google+ - Articles - Email

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