CATALOG CONTINUING EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSES - Corporate, Community, & Continuing Education - Delgado Community College

 
CATALOG CONTINUING EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSES - Corporate, Community, & Continuing Education - Delgado Community College
CATALOG
SPRING 2020

CONTINUING EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSES

                       Corporate, Community, & Continuing Education
CATALOG CONTINUING EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSES - Corporate, Community, & Continuing Education - Delgado Community College
WHAT WE OFFER
Delgado Community College’s Continuing Education courses are workforce courses that give you the
opportunity to enjoy learning at your leisure about topics that hold your interest, enhance your current
professional skill set, or even embark on a new career path! Through many of our workforce courses, you can
earn the following:

• NEW - Online instructor-led courses
• Industry-based certifications
• Continuing Education Units, or CEUs, in order to maintain certification / licensure or meet other
  professional development requirements for your career or area of employment.
• Certificates of Completion
• Corporate / business training
• Incument Worker Training Program grants
• Small business opportunities

                                   LOCATION & CONTACT
                                      INFORMATION
                                                  Delgado Community College - City Park Campus
                                              Building 8, Room 116 - Workforce Student Services Office
                                                615 City Park Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70119

                                                        Classes are also offered at:
                                    Delgado River City Site, 709 Churchill Parkway, Avondale, LA 70094
                                  Delgado Sidney Collier Site, 3727 Louisa Street, New Orleans, LA 70126

                                            Phone: (504) 671-6474     Fax: (504) 671-6349
                                   Email: noncredit@dcc.edu Website: www.dcc.edu/go/continuing-ed

                                                        OFFICE HOURS
                                             Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
                          We strongly recommend setting up an appointment before coming to the office.

Delgado Community College is a member of the Louisiana Community and Technical College System. Delgado Community College does not discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religious or political affiliation, gender identity, sexual orientation, citizenship, age, disability, marital or veteran’s status, pregnancy,
childbirth and related medical conditions, and the sickle cell trait in the admission to participation in, or employment in the programs and activities of this College. Title IX
Coordinator can be reached at 615 City Park Ave., O’Keefe Administration Bldg., New Orleans, La. 70119, (504) 762-3004 and 504/ADA Coordinator can be reached at 615
City Park Ave., Bldg. 2, Room 102, New Orleans, La. 70119, (504) 671-5161.
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Continuing Education                Spring 2020 Catalog

TABLE OF CONTENTS

                                                                                                        TABLE OF CONTENTS
Payments & Refunds 	                  4    Hospitality & Tourism 	     9   DigiCamps 			           17
2D Graphics 			                       5    Information & Technology   10   Workforce Overview 	    18
Automotive 			                        6    Languages &                     Health Coach Training 	 20
Business 			                          6    Communication 		           11   Career Workshops		      21
Computer & Office Skills 	            7    Notary 			                 11   IWTP				                22
Food & Beverage 		                    8    Photography 			            11   Contact List			23
Healthcare			                         8    Private Investigating 	    12   Y.O.S.T.			             24
History			                            9    Skilled Crafts 			         12   Patriot Clips			        25
                                           Online Courses 		          14

HOW TO REGISTER
Register for a course in two easy ways:

1. Register online and pay at www.dcc.edu/go/continuing-ed.

2. Register and pay in person at:
       Delgado Community College
       Workforce Student Services Office
       Building 8, Room 116
       City Park Campus
       615 City Park Avenue
       New Orleans, LA 70119

Students are encouraged to register no later than five days before class starts.

FINACIAL AID IS AVAILABLE!
•   Sallie Mae
•   Gulf Coast Bank & Trust Company
•   Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)

CONNECT WITH US

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                     PAYMENTS & REFUNDS
PAYMENTS & REFUNDS

                     Continuing Education & Professional Development Courses
                     Online registration requires immediate payment via credit card. All other fees are payable by check, money order, or cash to the Bursar’s
                     Office. Once your registration form has been processed, you will receive payment instructions via email.

                     Refund Guidelines for Students
                     A. Once registered, the student must pay tuition. Registration is not guaranteed until tuition has been paid, particularly for high-
                        demand classes.
                     B. A 100 percent refund will be granted if the student drops the class at least five business days before the start date. The term
                        “refund” includes voiding invoices for unpaid balances. Drop requests must be submitted in writing to the appropriate department.
                        Emailed requests are acceptable at noncredit@dcc.edu.
                     C. Any type of refund may require up to approximately six weeks for processing. The College is a state agency, and therefore, all
                        refunds must be substantiated in writing and are subject to review by the State of Louisiana Office of the Legislative Auditor.
                     D. Nonattendance does not constitute dropping a class. If the student does not submit a drop request, he or she will be billed for the
                        class even if he or she has not attended.
                     E. No drop requests and associated refunds will be granted after the five-day drop period has passed.
                        • Exceptions might be granted on a case-by-case basis in the event of certain documentable emergencies. A refund request must
                             be submitted in writing within 30 days of the course end date to the appropriate department along with documentation of the
                             emergency.
                        • Transfer to another course is determined on a case-by-case basis and must be done five business days before the class begins.
                        • A Refund Request Committee, comprised of appointed representatives of Workforce Development (usually department heads
                             or their designees), will evaluate the requests on a monthly basis. Decisions of this committee shall be considered final and not
                             eligible for appeal.
                     F. A 100 percent refund is automatically processed if a class is cancelled by Delgado Community College.
                        • Students will be notified when a class is cancelled by the College before the scheduled starting date. All efforts will be made to
                             provide notice of cancellation at least three business days before the start date of the course.
                        • A written request from the student is not required to process a refund in this instance.

                     Payment Guidelines for Students
                     A. Failure to pay any balance in full by the end date of a class may result in the account being placed with a collection agency. Students
                        are responsible for all collection and/or legal fees associated with accounts placed with collection. Holds that restrict registration,
                        release of grades, results, and/or certificates of completion may be placed on accounts with a balance remaining after the class had
                        ended.
                     B. Students are assessed a fee for all returned checks and/or credit card chargebacks due to insufficient funds, unauthorized use,
                        cancelled card, or fraud. The fee is $25 for five percent of the amount of the returned check/credit card chargeback, whichever is
                        greater. Only in the case of a bank or card issuer error will the returned check/credit card chargeback penalties be removed. After the
                        College has exhausted its attempts to notify the student, failure to pay the returned check or credit card chargeback and additional
                        charges may subject the student to an administrative withdrawal from classes and his or her account may be submitted to a
                        collection agency.

                     Student Loans
                     Sally Mae is offering the Smart Option Student Loan to students seeking financial aid for certification / license programs. Interest rates
                     will vary. The direct assistance number is 1-877-279-7172.

                     Gulf Coast Bank & Trust Company (GCB) has simplified tuition management by offering a comprehensive array of products and services.
                     Managing your payment plan is easy and convenient using our online tuition management system. GCB’s highly experienced tuition
                     lenders are dedicated to providing tuition financing solutions that will meet your needs. To find out more, please call (504) 544-6370 or
                     1-855-335-2068 toll free.

                     The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) will fund programs that connect and assist job seekers with training, support,
                     and education services so that they can find and maintain employment. Services funded by WIOA will be available to job seekers of all
                     ages, including the chronically unemployed, the disabled, displaced workers, and opportunity youth, who are 16 to 24 year olds who are
                     neither employed nor in school. Orleans Parish residents call (504) 658-4500 and Jefferson Parish residents call (504) 227-1283.

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                                                                        Adobe Photoshop
                                                                        Learn to define appropriate resolution and compression settings
                                                                        for a variety of distribution purposes; select specific photographic

2D GRAPHICS
                                                                        elements and separate them from their backgrounds with a
                                                                        variety of different tools and techniques; and composite raster

                                                                                                                                               2D GRAPHICS
                                                                        images, vector objects, and text elements to create unified,
                                                                        finished documents. Also learn to use Photoshop’s powerful
Adobe InDesign                                                          controls for correcting colors, adjusting lighting, and repairing
Learn to format text properly, create vector graphics with              other types of visual damage in your images; and create unique
InDesign’s drawing tools, and import images from external files,        artistic effects using many of Photoshop’s filters, adjustments,
all within file dimensions appropriate for commercial printing;         brushes, and 3D tools.
manipulate images and text to create unique, eye-catching,              Required textbook: Adobe Photoshop CC 2020: The Professional
colorful effects for cohesive designs; and use file templates,          Portfolio - ISBN: 978-1-946396-34-1. Please note that this course
master layouts, and text-formatting styles to dramatically improve      does not go through the entire textbook.
workflow efficiency. Also learn to thread lengthy text stories across   Required supplies: Students must bring a USB drive to save
multiple pages, using InDesign’s utilities to control formatting        their work.
and pagination; define appropriate settings for folding                 Software version taught: Creative Cloud 2017 (Mac OS)
documents; and use conditional text and layers to develop               Total contact hours: 30 / 3.0 CEUs / Certificate of Completion
customized versions of a document.                                      Tuition: $299
Required textbook: Adobe InDesign CC 2020: The Professional             Dates: 10 class sessions, Mondays, 2/10/20 – 4/20/20,
Portfolio - ISBN: 978-1-946396-38-9. Please note that this course       6 p.m. - 9 p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 109
does not go through the entire textbook.                                Instructor: Jeanique Jackson
Required supplies: Students must bring a USB drive to save
their work.
Software version                                                        Adobe Photoshop: Advanced
taught: Creative Cloud                                                  Learn to use valuable timesavers such as libraries, styles, actions,
(Mac OS)                                                                and batch processing to streamline workflow; prepare images for
Total contact hours:                                                    web publication by adding animations and defining image slices;
30 / 3.0 CEUs                                                           and save files with appropriate settings and formats for a variety
/ Certificate of                                                        of print and digital distribution methods.
Completion                                                              Required textbook: Adobe Photoshop CC 2020: The Professional
Tuition: $299                                                           Portfolio - ISBN: 978-1-946396-34-1. Please note that this course
Dates: 10 class                                                         does not go through the entire textbook.
sessions, Tuesdays,                                                     Required supplies: Students must bring a USB drive to save
2/11/20 – 4/21/20,                                                      their work.
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 109                 Software version taught: Creative Cloud (Mac OS)
Instructor: Jeanique Jackson                                            Total contact hours: 15 / 1.5 CEUs / Certificate of Completion
                                                                        Tuition: $149
                                                                        Dates: 5 class sessions, Mondays, 5/4/20 – 6/1/20, 6 p.m. -
Adobe InDesign: Advanced                                                9 p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 109
Learn to incorporate the same content elements in a series              Instructor: Jeanique Jackson
of related layouts with XML, a powerful content-repurposing
tool, how to automate the formatting of lengthy, multi-chapter
documents to guarantee consistency, and to build associated             Adobe Photoshop Elements 101
tables of contents and indexes.                                         Get a basic introduction to the tools available in Adobe Photoshop
Required textbook: Adobe InDesign CC 2020: The Professional             Elements, a lower-cost alternative software to Adobe Photoshop
Portfolio - ISBN: 978-1-946396-38-9. Please note that this course       that has easy-to-use editing options for every user level to make
does not go through the entire textbook.                                digital photographs look their best.
Required supplies: Students must bring a USB drive to save              Software version taught: Photoshop Elements 12 (Windows)
their work.                                                             Total contact hours: 15 / 1.5 CEUs / Certificate of Completion
Software version taught: Creative Cloud (Mac OS)                        Tuition: $129
Total contact hours: 15 / 1.5 CEUs / Certificate of Completion          Dates: 5 class sessions, Wednesdays, 4/15/20 - 5/13/20, 6 p.m. -
Tuition: $149                                                           9 p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 109
Dates: 5 class sessions, Tuesdays, 5/5/20 – 6/2/20,                     Instructor: Donald Crais
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 109
Instructor: Jeanique Jackson

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                                                                                             Instructor: LaVerne Toombs
AUTOMOTIVE, BUSINESS

                                                                                             NEW! The Art of Grant Writing 102
                       AUTOMOTIVE                                                            This intensive and practical course is designed for advanced grant
                                                                                             writers who seek to increase their effectiveness in the dynamic
                                                                                             and rewarding field of grant proposal writing and management.
                                                                                             This course will offer the following topics: reviewing and writing
                       You “Auto” Know                                                       sample local, state, and federal grants; preparing comprehensive
                       This course is an interactive and fun way to learn about basic        budgets and measurable quantitative and qualitative objectives;
                       vehicle maintenance. Students will be able to prolong the life        and responding to a grant rejection letter.
                       of their vehicles (and save money). The course will help you          Required supplies: USB drive and 2-inch binder
                       understand your owner’s manual, how to change a tire, boost a         Total contact hours: 12 / 1.2 CEUs / Certificate of Completion
                       battery, check fluid levels, know how to speak with a mechanic,       Tuition: $149
                       and what to do in an emergency. Students will be allowed to bring     Dates: 4 class sessions, Wednesdays, 1/29/20 - 2/19/20, 6 p.m. – 9
                       their vehicles for training purposes and demonstrations.              p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 114
                       Required supplies: Students are advised to wear comfortable           Instructor: LaVerne Toombs
                       clothing that they don’t mind getting dirty.
                       Students should wear closed-toed shoes
                       and must be a minimum of 16 years old.                                NEW! How to Write a Successful RFP, RFQ, and
                       Optional supplies: Vehicle owner’s                                    Bid
                       manual(s), safety glasses, and/or                                     This course is uniquely designed to prepare business owners
                       mechanical gloves                                                     and consultants to use the RFP, RFQ, RFI, and Bid process to its
                       Total contact hours: 16 / Certificate of                              maximum potential. The class agenda will identify the process,
                       Completion                                                            offer a key understanding of the elements of the proposal, and
                       Tuition: $125                                                         ascertain ways in which the document can be used to its full
                       Dates: 8 class sessions, TBA, City Park Campus, Building 40, Room     capacity. Pitfall and success stories will make the class relevant and
                       201                                                                   applicable when planning to incorporate this type of solicitation
                       Instructor: Samantha Candler                                          into the government process. Practical examples, discussion group
                       Please check our website for class updates.                           exercises, and case studies will be used throughout the course.

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                                                                                             Required supplies: USB drive and 2-inch binder
                                                                                             Total contact hours: 18 / 1.8 CEUs / Certificate of Completion
                                                                                             Tuition: $219

                       BUSINESS
                                                                                             Dates: 6 class sessions, Thursdays, 2/6/20 - 3/12/20, 6 p.m. – 9
                                                                                             p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 114
                                                                                             Instructor: LaVerne Toombs

                       The Art of Grant Writing 101                                          NEW! The Essentials of Powerful and Effective
                       Do you love writing and building rewarding, long-lasting              Leadership
                       relationships? Do you have a passion for a cause? As a grant          Becoming an effective and powerful leader in today’s climate
                       writer, you can help nonprofit organizations, schools, religious      involves one’s ability to maintain effective executive presence,
                       institutions, and research organizations acquire the funds they       lead and mentor individuals, and effectively manage a team. The
                       need to operate and to thrive. In our Art of Grant Writing class,     focus of this course is to explore each of these leadership areas
                       you will learn how to gain a new knowledge of the grant writing       and provide the tools to apply them in professional settings.
                       process and be able to research, plan and write a grant for any       Each module is designed to assist participants with developing
                       organization. This course will help you gain a new skill to advance   and honing their leadership style. By the end of the course,
                       in your career or start a new one! Students will learn how and        participants will be able to articulate and execute their cultivated
                       where to look for potential funders who are a good match for their    leadership style and obtain tools to improve their leadership
                       organization, how to network and develop true partnerships with       impact.
                       a variety of funders, how to organize a successful grant writing      Total contact hours: 24 / 2.4 CEUs / Certificate of Completion
                       campaign, and how to compile a complete proposal package.             Tuition: $159
                       Required supplies: USB drive and 2-inch binder                        Dates: 8 class sessions, Thursdays, 4/16/20 - 6/4/20,
                       Total contact hours: 24 / 2.4 CEUs / Certificate of Completion        6 p.m. – 9 p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 113
                       Tuition: $259                                                         Instructor: Nia K. Davis
                       Dates: 8 class sessions, Tuesdays, 1/28/20 – 3/24/20, 6 p.m. – 9
                       p.m., (no class 2/25/20), City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 114

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NEW! Social Media for Start Ups                                      Tuition: $299

                                                                                                                                             COMPUTER & OFFICE SKILLS
Attracting new customers and engaging existing customers are         Dates: 12 class sessions, Wednesdays, 1/29/20 - 4/15/20,
the biggest challenges for business owners. Social Media             6 p.m. – 9 p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 106
platforms provides an opportunity to put your company in the         Instructor: Joy Alexander
forefront of your target audience. Yet, simply having a social
media account is not enough. In this course, you will learn how      Microsoft PowerPoint
to effectively increase your follower base and how to use social     In this six-week fun class, learn to use Microsoft PowerPoint to
media to drive sales. By the end of the course, you will develop     create presentations for meetings, speeches, business proposals,
and execute a social media campaign tailored to your target          or instructions. Add life and pizazz to your wedding, party, or
audience and track your progress with business tools.                vacation photos. You will learn how to create a simple slide show
Required supplies: Laptop and smartphone with app download           or a complex multimedia presentation for in-person or online
capabilities                                                         presentations.
Total contact hours: 24 / 2.4 CEUs / Certificate of Completion       Total contact hours: 18 / 1.8 CEUs / Certificate of Completion
Tuition: $159                                                        Tuition: $199
Dates: 8 class sessions, Thursdays, 2/6/20 - 4/2/20,                 Dates: 6 class sessions, Mondays, 5/4/20 - 6/15/20 (no class
6 p.m. – 9 p.m., (no class on 2/27/20), City Park Campus, Building   5/25/20)
8, Room 113                                                          Instructor: Joy Alexander
Instructor: Nia K. Davis

•••                                                                  Microsoft Outlook
                                                                     Outlook is the Microsoft program that is your personal information
                                                                     manager that you will use on your computer or mobile device You

COMPUTER &                                                           can send emails with files or pictures attached. It is your personal
                                                                     address book to keep track of your contacts. You will learn how to
                                                                     set up contact groups for sending emails to multiple people at the

OFFICE SKILLS                                                        same time. In addition, you will learn how to set up your calendar
                                                                     to keep track of meetings and personal appointments. You will use
                                                                     notes, tasks, the To-Do bar, and the Folder list to integrate Outlook
                                                                     with other Office applications, such as using your contacts for a
Computer Knowledge for Everyday Life                                 mail merge in Word.
Become comfortable identifying and using parts of the computer       Total contact hours: 18 / 1.8 CEUs / Certificate of Completion
and keyboard. Learn how to use Word; create folders, find, save,     Tuition: $199
rename, and delete files; open and send professional emails and      Dates: 6 class sessions, Wednesdays, 5/6/20 - 6/10/20
attachments; access the Internet to locate and search information;   Instructor: Joy Alexander
learn about Internet safety and how to use secured websites;
receive typing lessons, and more.                                    Microsoft Word
Required supplies: Students must bring USB drive to save work.       Using Office 2019/365, learn how to create and edit business
Software/operating system version taught: Windows 10                 documents, tables, templates, reports, and brochures using styles
Total contact hours: 12 / Certificate of Completion                  and themes for professional looking documents. Use mail merge
Tuition: $149                                                        and create custom forms using macros. Liven up your documents
Please check our website for class updates.                          with word art, pictures, and shapes. Create reports using columns,
                                                                     footnotes, endnotes, citations, and bibliographies. Students
Microsoft Excel                                                      should have basic knowledge of computers such as using the
Using Office 2019/365, learn how to navigate the worksheet,          mouse and keyboard, plus a basic understanding of Windows
format cells, perform calculations using formulas and functions,     before taking this course.
create charts, and use financial functions and “what-if” analysis.   Required textbook: Microsoft Word 2019 & 365: Comprehensive,
Manage multiple worksheets and organize large amounts of data.       ISBN-13: 978-1-64061-063-7
Work with PivotTables and PivotCharts, 3-D references and macros,    Required supplies: Students must bring a USB drive to save their
inspect and protect your workbook, and much more. Students           work. Textbook required; must purchase separately.
should have basic knowledge of computers such as using the           Total contact hours: 36 / 3.6 CEUs / Certificate of Completion
mouse and keyboard, plus a basic understanding of Windows            Tuition: $299
before taking this course.                                           After successful completion of the course, students are eligible to
Required textbook: Microsoft Excel 2019 & 365: Comprehensive,        sit for the Microsoft Certification Exam for an additional cost.
ISBN-13: 978-1-64061-064-4                                           Dates: 12 class sessions, Mondays, 1/27/20 - 4/20/20, 6 p.m.
Required supplies: Students must bring a USB drive to save their     – 9 p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 106 (no class on
work. Textbook required; must purchase separately.                   2/24/20)
Total contact hours: 36 / 3.6 CEUs / Certificate of Completion       Instructor: Joy Alexander

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BEVERAGE, HEALTHCARE                                                                                                  Delgado Community College

                             QuickBooks Online                                                     Section 1, 1/16/20
                             This course is designed for the beginning or intermediate user        Section 2, 2/13/20
                             of QuickBooks Online Essentials. The purpose of this course is to     Section 3, 3/12/20
                             teach you how to successfully navigate and use QuickBooks Online      Section 4, 4/16/20
FOOD &MISCELLANEOUS

                             Essentials as your business’ accounting software. This course         Section 5, 5/14/20
                             covers basic concepts of QuickBooks as well as fundamental            Section 6, 6/11/20
                             accounting concepts with a hands-on, skills-based approach and        Instructor: Barry Blue
                             in-class tutorials that use sample cases and scenarios. No previous
                             accounting experience is required for this course, as it focuses on   Wine Appreciation
                             the QuickBooks software and not on accounting principles.             While learning about the romance and legends
                             Required textbook: QuickBooks Online, ISBN-13: 978-1-64061-           of world-famous wines, you will learn to select,
                             219-8.                                                                discuss, store, and appreciate both imported and
                             Required supplies: Students should bring a USB drive to save          domestic fine wines. In the last two class meetings,
                             their work.                                                           you will participate in blind tasting, rating, and
                             Total Contact Hours: 21 / 2.1 CEUs / Certificate of Completion        scoring famous wines from various regions.
                             Tuition: $275                                                         Age restrictions: Students must be at least 21
                             After successful completion of the course, students are elibigle to   years of age and will be requested to provide
                             site for the Microsoft Certification Exam for an additional cost.     documentation.
                             Dates: Section 1, 7 class sessions, Tuesdays, 1/21/20 - 3/10/20,      Required supplies: Students should bring their own food and a
                             6 p.m. – 9 p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 106 (no class     bottle of water to each class.
                             on Mardi Gras 2/25/20)                                                Total contact hours: 16 / Certificate of Completion
                             Section 2, 7 class sessions, Tuesdays, 3/24/20 - 5/5/20, 6 p.m. – 9   Tuition: $159
                             p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 106                          Other fees: $50 for supplies, payable to the instructor the first
                             Instructor: Duriel Hayes                                              night of class. Payment must be made via cash or money order
                                                                                                   only; a receipt will be provided.

                             •••
                                                                                                   Dates: Section 1, 8 class sessions, Wednesdays, 2/5/20 - 3/25/20,
                                                                                                   7 p.m. - 9 p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 105
                                                                                                   Section 2, 8 class sessions, Wednesdays, 4/15/20 - 6/3/20, 7 p.m. -

                             FOOD &
                                                                                                   9 p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 105
                                                                                                   Instructor: Peter Patti

                             BEVERAGE                                                              •••
                             Food Safety and Sanitation Certification                              HEALTHCARE
                             In this course, food service professionals will learn procedures
                             for handling utensils and equipment, self-surveillance, food          Please check our website for class updates.
                             protection, prevention of foodborne diseases, best practices for
                             personal hygiene and habits, plus cleaning, sanitizing, and pest
                             control. The ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification Exam,     Clinical Medical Assistant
                             sponsored by the National Restaurant Association (NRA), will be       An instructional program that prepares individuals to support
                             given at the end of class.                                            physicians by providing assistance during patient examinations
                             Required textbook: ServSafe Manager with Exam Answer Sheet            treatment administration and monitoring by keeping patient and
                             (7th Edition) by the National Restaurant Association, ISBN:           related health record information and by performing a wide range
                             9780134812335. Students must read the required textbook and           of practice-related duties.
                             complete the assignments before class begins. The textbook and        Tuition: $2,830
                             answer sheet can be purchased together or separately from the         Books, uniforms, tools and certification exam not included.
                             Delgado bookstore. The answer sheet is required to take the exam,
                             as well as a government-issued photo ID (e.g., driver’s license,      Health Coach Training
                             passport, etc.)                                                       Become a health coach through this training course! The training
                             Total contact hours: 8 / IBC awarded after passing certification      is six months for entry-level students, three months for advanced
                             exam                                                                  students w/significant healthcare training/ experience/license, and
                             Tuition: $135                                                         comprised of day/evening/online courses. Students are required
                             Dates: Offered once per month on Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.      to complete a three-hour per week externship. Students must
                             with 1-hour break, City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 113

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                                                                                                                                             HISTORY,
                                                                                                                                             LANGUAGES
have a high school diploma/GED to be eligible for this course.         opportunities within the Hospitality and Tourism industry. Career
Scholarships are available. Health Coach Training is pathway to        pathway targets include front desk agents, housekeeping room
obtaining a Health Navigator associate degree. Students who            attendants, restaurant server/hostess/bartender, engineering/
have at least an associate degree are eligible to take the National    maintenance, culinary arts (entry level), reservations, and uniform
Board of Medical Examiners Board Certification Exam. Students          services.

                                                                                                                                                      HOSPITALITY
will receive industry-based credentials and a certificate of           Tuition: $1,195
completion.                                                            Instructor: Dee Shedrick

                                                                                                                                                        & COMMUNICATION
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                                                                       Please check our website for class updates.

                                                                       Professional Tour Guiding 1
HISTORY                                                                This course is designed to train and prepare students to become
                                                                       New Orleans tour guides. It is also a great way to gain skills in

                                                                                                                                                                  & TOURISM
                                                                       the hospitality industry as well as knowledge of the city of New
                                                                       Orleans. Students participate in eleven (11) classroom sessions
The French Quarter                                                     and three (3) field trips, plus the opportunity to take the New
The French Quarter has a life of its own and everyone who loves        Orleans Tour Guide Permit exam the last night of class, which
New Orleans is a part of it. We’ll explore streets and gardens,        is granted through the New Orleans Taxicab & For Hire Bureau.
churches and cemeteries, courtyards and patios, balconies and          The field trips consist of guided tours valued at more than $200,
galleries; we’ll meet artists and poets, enslaved Africans and         and the classroom sessions consist of instructor lectures, student
indentured servants, buyers and sellers, nuns and strippers.           presentations, and guest speakers. Previous guest speakers have
We’ll find out that many cultures created who we are-we’ll hear        included representatives from the Tour Guides Association of
their music and taste their food; we’ll learn about the walls that     Greater New Orleans, the New Orleans Convention and Visitors
protected the people and colors that killed them. Students will        Bureau, the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation, Stephen
enjoy a field trip on a tour of the Quarter, where we will visit two   Ambrose Historical Tours, Gray Line Tours, New Orleans Tours, City
spectacular museums and have lunch* as we share our own                Sightseeing New Orleans, and New Orleans Music Tours.
memories of this magical world treasure.
*Price of food and beverage not included. Date TBA.
Total contact hours: 20 / Certificate of Completion
Tuition: $249
Dates: 8 class sessions, Thursdays, 1/30/20 - 3/19/20, 6 p.m. –
8 p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 108 (1 off campus field
trip - TBA)
Instructor: Randy Bibb

•••
HOSPITALITY &
                                                                       Recommended reading: The Beautiful Crescent: A History of
                                                                       New Orleans by Joan Garvey and Mary Lou Widmer, published by
                                                                       Pelican Publishing, ISBN-13: 978-1455617425

TOURISM
                                                                       Total contact hours: 50 / IBC awarded upon passing Tour
                                                                       Guide Permit Exam
                                                                       Tuition: $399 (includes tour of three plantations!)
                                                                       Other fees: $10 for student booklet, given out the first night of
                                                                       class
Career Pathways in Hospitality & Tourism                               Permit information: On the last night of class, students can take
This course is a comprehensive training program that provides a
                                                                       the exam for the Tour Guide Permit, which is granted through
general overview of both the hospitality and tourism industries in
                                                                       the New Orleans Taxicab & For Hire Bureau. Students who
the New Orleans market, including:
                                                                       wish to pursue the New Orleans Tour Guide Permit must pay a
• experiential learning opportunities
                                                                       $50 application fee, as well as fees associated with a criminal
• direct exposure to careers via job shadowing, hotel tours and
                                                                       background check. (These fees are not collected by nor associated
presentations from guest speakers in leadership role in local
                                                                       with Delgado.) Further information about the permitting process
hotels; and
                                                                       can be found on the City of New Orleans website.
• city tours of local tourist attractions
                                                                       Dates: 14 class sessions, Mondays, 1/27/20 - 5/4/20, 6 p.m. -
The training also includes opportunities to develop and refine
                                                                       9 p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 108 (3 off campus field
soft skills, technical skills, customer service, resume writing,
                                                                       trips - TBA)
and interview skills. Students explore the recommended career
                                                                       Instructor: Randy Bibb
pathways, as well as, the various entry-level employment

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& TECHNOLOGY                                                                                                   Delgado Community College

                           Professional Tour Guiding 2: Diversifying Your                          CompTia A+ Training
                           Capabilities                                                            The CompTia A+ training provides foundational IT skills across
                           For licensed tour guides and for those considering becoming a           a variety of devices and operating systems. It is the preferred
                           Licensed Tour Guide, this course teaches various types of tours,        qualifying credential for technical support and IT operational
     MISCELLANEOUS

                           including cemetery tours, swamp tours, culinary tours, cocktail         roles. Learn the competency of entry-level PC computer service
                           tours as well as folklore tours such as ghosts, voodoo, pirates, etc.   professionals in installing, maintaining, customizing, and
                           Students will enjoy guest speakers addressing various topics            operating personal computers.
                           and answering questions, as well as a field trip, to learn how          Total contact hours: 149
                           to research information, where to find resources and how to
                                                                                                   CompTia Network+ Training
INFORMATION

                           distinguish fact from fiction. The history of tourism in New Orleans
                           will be discussed along with the importance of sustainable              The CompTia Network+ learn the skills to design, configure,
                           tourism co-existing with historic and fragile neighborhoods.            manage, and troubleshoot wired and wireless networks. Students
                           This course is an excellent introduction to those interested in         gain understanding of various aspects of networking technologies,
                           pursuing a career in tourism, for established tour guides as a          including TCP/IP and the OSI model. It also tests knowledge of
                           refresher, or as a guide to learning different types of tours and for   network components and where they function in association with
                           those who are curious.                                                  the OSI model, network cabling, network security, and network
                           Total contact hours: 16 / Certificate of Completion                     troubleshooting.
                           Tuition: $195                                                           Total contact hours: 119

                                                                                                   _________________________
                           Dates: 8 class sessions, Tuesdays, 2/4/20 – 3/31/20, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.,
                           City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 108 (1 off campus field trip –
                           TBD)
                           Instructor: Randy Bibb
                                                                                                   Cybersecurity
                           •••
                                                                                                   The cybersecurity training is designed to provide cutting
                                                                                                   edge workforce training to support the increasing demand
                                                                                                   for information technology (IT) specialists who work to protect

                           INFORMATION &
                                                                                                   computer networks from malware and cyberattacks. Participants
                                                                                                   who successfully complete the program will receive an industry-
                                                                                                   based credential, enabling them to enter entry-level positions.

                           TECHNOLOGY
                                                                                                   Total contact hours: 150

                           Please check our website for class updates.

                           _________________________
                           Cisco Training
                           CCNA                                                                    Fiber Optic Network Designer
                           The Cisco CCNA course provides the foundational understanding           Delgado will train students as fiber optic network designers
                           of network Layers 1–3 that are applicable to core routing and           using a curriculum designed by business and industry. A second
                           switching. You will learn the skills needed to install, configure,      objective being to bridge knowledge gaps, expose students to
                           operate, and troubleshoot a small enterprise network. Students          common computer programs, and improve technological and
                           will demonstrate their understanding of the interactions and            digital literacy. Additionally, this course is also geared toward
                           network functions of firewalls, wireless controllers and access         concepts found in the ETA certification and prepares students for
                           points, along with IPv6 and basic network security. Students            an industry-based credential. This course covers important topics
                           will gain an understanding of Quality of Service (QoS) elements         and concepts for the ETA Telecommunications certification.
                           and their applicability, how virtualized and cloud services will        Total contact hours: 224
                           interact and impact enterprise networks, along with an overview
                           of network programmability and the related controller types
                           and tools that are available to support software-defined network
                           architectures.
                           Total contact hours: 280
                           Tuition: $2,990
                           Eligible for WIOA funding.

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                                                                                                                                           LANGUAGES & COMMUNICATION,
                                                                                                                                           LANGUAGES & COMMUNICATION
•••                                                                  •••

                                                                                                                                              NOTARY, PHOTOGRAPHY
LANGUAGES &                                                          NOTARY
COMMUNICATION                                                        Notary Public Preparatory
                                                                     This course provides preparation for Louisiana’s state notary exam.
Please check our website for class updates.                          In addition to exam preparation, course topics also include the
                                                                     Louisiana court system and the Notary Public’s role within that
Spanish                                                              system. Class discussions will focus on mortgages, conveyances,
Learn the fundamentals of the Spanish language for non-Spanish       leases, contracts, legal descriptions, successions, wills, trusts,
speakers. Speaking and conversational skills are emphasized for      and community property regime. Please note that successful
everyday communication, including pronunciation, intonation,         preparation for the exam will require extensive reading outside of
rhythm, and repetitive expression. As the course progresses, there   the classroom. Pursuant to Act 423 of the 2006 Regular Louisiana
will be an emphasis on receptive and expressive conversational       Legislative Session the Notary Examination will be administered
skills. You will learn to apply and improve your expressive skills   by the Secretary of State on the first Saturday in June and
through conversation practice in real situations.                    December.
Required textbook: Curso Primero: Workbook for a First Course in     Prerequisite: It is highly recommended that students take
Spanish by Marvin Wasserman, ISBN 1567654762, published by           the Notary Exam Pre-Assessment before taking this class. The
Amsco                                                                pre-assessment is mandatory before taking the exam through
Optional textbooks: 501 Spanish Verbs by Christopher Kendris,        the Secretary of State. Complete information about the pre-
published by Barron’s; any Spanish/English dictionary                assessment, the exam, and related requirements can be found on
Total contact hours: 36 / 3.6 CEUs / Certificate of Completion       the Louisiana Secretary of State website.
Tuition: $359                                                        Required textbook: The Fundamentals of Louisiana Notarial
                                                                     Law and Practice exam study guide, available from the Louisiana
                                                                     Secretary of State website.
                                                                     Total contact hours: 48 / IBC awarded after passing notary
                                                                     exam
                                                                     Tuition: $599
                                                                     Eligible for WIOA funding.
                                                                     Dates: 16 sessions, Tuesdays, 2/4/20 - 5/26/20, 6 p.m. -
                                                                     9 p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 114
                                                                     Instructor: Kara Williams
Improve Your Public Speaking
When it comes to public speaking and storytelling, two things
stand out: everyone has a story to share and delivering a speech
can be intimidating. You will learn how to become a more
                                                                     •••
confident public speaker while developing your unique story
that makes your talk memorable and engaging. Topics will
include the fundamentals of public speaking, developing your
                                                                     PHOTOGRAPHY
story and message, speech structure, crafting and rehearsing         Photography 1: Camera Introduction
your talk, verbal and nonverbal communication, and connecting        Learn the basic functions of a digital single-lens reflex (DSLR)
with audiences. During the final class, you will take to the stage   camera, such as aperture or f/stop, shutter speeds, ISO, focusing
and deliver your talk that will be recorded on video before an       modes, metering modes, shooting drives, exposure compensation
audience.                                                            with the intent of controlling light, and capturing improved
Required supplies: Students must bring a minimum 32 GB               images. Shooting assignments – in
USB drive to save video recordings, and a 2-inch 3-ring binder for   class and at home – are part of the
handouts.                                                            growth process. This course will have
Total contact hours: 30 / Certificate of Completion                  a limited number of students in
Tuition: $265                                                        order to allow better interaction and
                                                                     individualized attention.
                                                                     Prerequisite: No prior photography
                                                                     experience needed, but basic
                                                                     computer skills are helpful.

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INVESTIGATING, SKILLED CRAFTS

                                Required equipment: DLSR camera, its manual, blank camera              Total contact hours: 40 / IBC awarded upon passing of
                                storage card, and access to a computer outside of class with           Louisiana State Private Investigation Exam
   PHOTOGRAPHY, PRIVATE

                                Internet capabilities. “Point and shoot” and hybrid cameras are        Tuition: $375
                                not appropriate for this class.                                        Other fees: $50 exam fee, collected on date of exam; check or
                                Total contact hours: 18 / Certificate of Completion                    money order only, made out to Louisiana State Board of Private
       MISCELLANEOUS

                                Tuition: $189                                                          Investigator Examiners or LSPBIE
                                Dates: 6 class sessions, Wednesdays, 1/8/20 - 2/12/20, 6 p.m. - 9      Dates: Each section is 5 class sessions, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5
                                p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 108                           p.m. with 1-hour break, City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 113
                                Instructor: Donald Crais                                               Section 1, 3/2/20 - 3/6/20
                                                                                                       Section 2, 5/18/20 - 5/22/20
                                Photography 2: Composition and Design                                  Instructors: Henry Bennett and Charlene Mora

                                                                                                       •••
                                Improve your photography skills with an introduction to the rules
                                of composition and the elements of design. Lectures, shooting
                                assignments – in class and at home – and image critiques will help

                                                                                                       SKILLED
                                students develop photography capabilities and style.
                                Prerequisite: Photography 1 and the student must know how to
                                use his or her DSLR camera. Camera instruction is not part of this                                           COMING

                                                                                                       CRAFTS
                                course.                                                                                                       SOON!
                                Required equipment: DLSR camera, its manual, blank camera
                                storage card, and access to a computer outside of class with
                                Internet capabilities. “Point and shoot” and hybrid cameras are not
                                appropriate for this class.                                            All Skilled Crafts trainings are eligible for WIOA funding.
                                Total contact hours: 18 / Certificate of Completion                    Please check our website for class updates.
                                Tuition: $189
                                Dates: 6 class essions, Wednesdays, 3/4/20 - 4/8/20,                   Certified Line Worker Training
                                6 p.m. - 9 p.m., City Park Campus, Building 8, Room 108                An instructional program that prepares individuals to apply
                                Instructor: Donald Crais                                               technical knowledge and skills to install, operate, maintain,

                                •••
                                                                                                       and repair electric apparatus and systems such as residential,
                                                                                                       commercial, and industrial electric-power wiring and D.C. and A.C.
                                                                                                       motors, controls, and electrical distribution panels. Includes

                                PRIVATE
                                                                                                       instruction in the use of test equipment. (This is a non-credit
                                                                                                       course.)
                                                                                                       Tuition: $7,500.00

                                INVESTIGATING
                                Private Investigator Preparatory
                                This intensive course teaches students basic investigatory skills
                                and discovery techniques. Topics include state/federal investigator
                                laws, undercover investigation, surveillance techniques,
                                interview/statement methods, court record checks, subpoena
                                procedures, computer database research, video/still photography
                                techniques, locating witnesses and missing persons, and testifying
                                techniques. This course also prepares students to take the State
                                Private Investigator Exam that is required to apply for a private
                                investigator license in Louisiana. The exam is given on the last
                                day of class at 1:30 p.m. Visit the Louisiana State Board of Private   National Green Infrastructure Training
                                Investigator Examiners website at www.lsbpie.com.                      This training provides basic information on the stormwater
                                Age restrictions: Students must be at least 18 years old,              sector and how to understand the context of the National Green
                                and provide documentation via government-issued photo                  Infrastructure Program, including, an overview and structure of
                                identification.                                                        the National Green Infrastructure Program, what information is
                                Required textbook: The cost of the required textbook for this          covered in the course and how is testing tied to this information,
                                course is included in the tuition, and will be distributed by the      stormwater, and types of jobs associated with stormwater.
                                instructor on the first day of class.                                  Tuition: $467.50

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                                                                                                                                                LANGUAGES
OSHA 10                                                                 Southeast Louisiana region. The Pipefitting program will equip
The NCCER Core Curriculum course covers the basic principles and        students with knowledge of the tools, materials, and techniques
skills of working in the construction industry. Key content includes:   used by pipefitters to layout, fabricate, and install piping systems
Basic Safety, Introduction to Construction Math, Introduction to        in both industrial and maritime-related industries. Pipefitters work
Hand Tools, Introduction to Power Tools, Construction Drawings,         with piping systems that carry all kinds of liquid, gaseous, and

                                                                                                                                                      SKILLED
Basic Rigging, Basic Communication Skills, Basic Employability          solid materials, primarily in an industrial environment. They work
Skills, and Materials Handling. Also included is an introductory        with many kinds of pipe, ranging from small half inch piping to

                                                                                                                                                          & COMMUNICATION
workshop to high-wage/high-demand craft-skill careers.                  piping that is three or four feet in diameter. Delgado’s pipefitting
Tuition: $82.50                                                         program will introduce students how to work with multiple
                                                                        piping systems and master a variety of tools and equipment

                                                                                                                                                              CRAFTS
                                                                        required to become a quality, productive pipefitter. After successful
Skilled Craft Training - Core Plus                                      completion of this program, the student will have achieved
The NCCER Core Curriculum course covers the basic principles and        the skills designated by the National Center for Construction
skills of working in the construction industry. Key content includes:   Education and Research (NCCER) curricula and receive their
Basic Safety, Introduction to Construction Math, Introduction to        nationally recognized NCCER credentials.
Hand Tools, Introduction to Power Tools, Construction Drawings,         Tuition: $2,939.44
Basic Rigging, Basic Communication Skills, Basic Employability
Skills, and Materials Handling. Also included is an introductory
workshop to high-wage/high-demand craft-skill careers. This
course also includeds OSHA 10 training.
Tuition: $896.78

Skilled Craft Training Electrical
This curriculum trains individuals in NCCER Core, OSHA 10, and
Electrical level 1. The program challenges students to master
specific skill related competencies set forth by the National Center
for Construction Education and Research (NCCER), as well as our         Skilled Crafts Training - Welding
Electrical Advisory Committee which consists of business and            This curriculum trains individuals in NCCER Core, OSHA 10, and
industry representatives from the Southeast Louisiana region. The       Welding level 1. Delgado’s welding program challenges students
electrical program introduces students to all aspects of entry and      to master specific skill related competencies set forth by the
intermediate level and safety requirements relating to residential,     National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER),
light industrial and light commercial electrical applications           as well as our Welding Advisory Committee which consists
to enable them to enter into the electrical field as electrical         of business and industry representatives from the Southeast
apprentices. After successful completion of this program, the           Louisiana region. This program is currently offered at the Jefferson
student will have achieved the skills designated by the National        site. The site has a newly renovated welding lab that enables
Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) curricula        students to receive competency-based, academic and hands
and receive their nationally recognized NCCER credentials.              on instruction. After successful completion of this program, the
Tuition: $2,978.58                                                      student will have achieved the skills designated by the National
                                                                        Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) curricula
                                                                        and receive their nationally recognized NCCER credentials.
Skilled Craft Training - Industrial Maintenance                         Tuition: $3,147.74
Machinist Machine Technologist. An instructional program that
prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to
plan manufacture assemble test and repair parts mechanisms
machines and structures in which materials are cast formed
shaped molded heat treated cut twisted pressed fused stamped or
worked.
Tuition: $3,147.74

Skilled Craft Training - Pipefitting
This curriculum trains individuals in NCCER Core, OSHA 10, and
Pipefitting level 1. Delgado’s pipefitting program challenges
students to master specific skill related competencies set forth
by the National Center for Construction Education and Research
(NCCER), as well as our Pipefitting Advisory Committee which
consists of business and industry representatives from the

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                 •••
                                                               Online Career Training                        PMP Prep / CAPM Prep
                                                                                                            MSP Foundation and Practitioner
                                                                                                            Certification Training
                                                              These online courses prepare you for a        Non-Profit Management

                 ONLINE                                       new career or help you advance within         OMCA Content Marketing Associate
ONLINE COURSES

                                                                                                            Professional Interpreter
                                                              your current occupation. You will learn new   Professional Translator

                 COURSES
                                                              skills and prepare for industry-recognized    Purchasing and Supply Chain Management
                                                              certifications. You can begin these courses   Records Management
                                                                                                            Sage 50 Certificate
                                                              at convenient times and learn at your own     Sustainability Professional
                                                              pace.
                 Delgado Community College offers a
                 wide variety of highly interactive, career   Visit careertraining.ed2go.com/delgadocc
                 training and non-credit online courses.      to browse all courses and details.
                 You can study whenever and wherever you
                 choose, making it easy to learn and work     Catagories and courses include:
                 even with a busy schedule. The courses are
                 completely online, so you will never need    ARTS AND DESIGN
                 to come to campus!                           3ds Max
                                                              Adobe Certified Associate
                                                              Residential Interior Designer
                                                              Digital Arts
                                                              Digital Game Artist                           COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
                                                              Photoshop                                     Android App Developer
                                                              Marketing Design                              AutoCAD
                       ONLINE
                                                              Multimedia Arts                               Autodesk Inventor / Revit
                                                              Video Game Design and Development             QuickBooks
                      LEARNING                                Web Design                                    Salesforce
                                                                                                            Microsoft Access / Azure / Excel / Office /
                       AT YOUR                                                                               Outlook / PowerPoint / Project / SharePoint /
                                                                                                             Word
                    CONVENIENCE!
                                                                                                            COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
                                                                                                            Apache Cassandra Training
                   • 24/7 access                                                                            SAS Base Programmer
                     provided                                                                               CompTIA Linux+ and Unix Training
                                                                                                            CTFL Certification Training
                                                                                                            Java Programmer
                   • Instructor-led                                                                         Microsoft Web Developer
                                                                                                            Mobile / Desktop Web Developer
                     or self-paced                                                                          Responsive Web Design
                                                                                                            Oracle SQL / PL/SQL / Python / Java
                     courses offered                                                                        UNIX Administration
                                                              BUSINESS                                      Web Applications Developer
                                                              Administrative Professional
                   • Discussion                               Microsoft Office Master
                     communities                              Microsoft Office Specialist
                                                              CCBA Certification Training
                     & advising                               Bookkeeper
                     available                                Global Business Professional
                                                              Green Supply Chain Professional
                                                              Internal Auditor
                                                              Quality Improvement Associate (CQIA)
                                                              Six Sigma
                                                              Chartered Tax Professional
                                                              Court Interpreter (Spanish/English)
                                                              Customs Broker
                                                              Dental Office Manager
                                                              Entrepreneurship
                                                              Grant Writing
                                                              Human Resources
                                                              Management
                                                              Project Management - Microsoft Project /

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CONSTRUCTION AND TRADES                       Medical Billing / Coding / Administrative
Biofuel Production Operations                  Assistant
Building Analyst Quick Start                  Clinical Medical Assistant
Indoor Air Quality Manager                    Electronic Health Records Specialist
Indoor Environmentalist Prep                  Health Unit Coordinator

                                                                                                                                            ONLINE COURSES
Chemical Plant Operations                     Medical Transcriptionist
CNC Machinist                                 National Pharmaceutical
Composites Technician                          Representative
Die Setter                                    Outpatient Coder
                                              Professional Medical Auditor                   Help Desk Analyst
                                              Risk Adjustment Coder                          Information Security
                                              Clinical Dental Assistant                      ITIL
                                              Fitness Business Management                    Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate
                                              Medical Interpreter                            SSCP Systems Security Certified Practitioner
                                              Medical Office Manager                         VMware Certified Associate
                                              Medical Terminology
                                              Personal Fitness Trainer
                                              Corrective Exercise Specialist
                                              Performance Enhancement Specialist
                                              Strenth Coach
                                              Sports Nutrition Specialist
                                              Nutrition
                                              Optician Certification Training
                                              Peer Support Specialist
                                              Pharmacy Technician
                                              Physical Therapy Aide
                                              Professional Recovery Coach                    LEGAL
                                              Social Service Assistant                       Healthcare / Eldercare
                                              Veterinary Assistant                           Mediation / Arbitration
Electrical Technician                                                                        Federal Court Interpreter
Engineering Technician                        Veterinary Office Manager
                                                                                             Legal Secretary
Freight Broker/Agent Training                                                                Paralegal
Home Inspection Certificate
HVACR
Leadership in Energy and Environmental                                                       TEACHING
 Design (LEED)                                                                               Child Development Associate Training /
Maintenance Technician                                                                        Renewal
Manual Machinist
Mechatronics
Natural Gas Plant Operations
Oil Refinery Operations
Building Assessment
Power Plant Operations
Press Operator
Green Buildings                               HOSPITALITY
Process Technician                            Protection Officer
Quality Inspector                             Wedding Planner
Robotics Technician                           Corporate Event Planner
Solar Power Professional                      Event Management / Design
Tool / Die Maker                              Food and Customer Service Skills
Welder                                        Floral Design
Wind Energy Professional                      Retail Customer Service Skills Training
                                              Travel Agent Training

                                              INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                                              AWS System Operations Certification
                                              CCNA
                                              Ethical Hacker
                                              Risk and Information Systems Control
                                              Information Security Manager
                                              Information Systems Auditor
                                              Information Systems Security Professional
                                              Cisco Certified Network Professional
HEALTH AND FITNESS                            COBIT 5 Certification Training
Activity Director                             CompTIA A+ / Network+ / Security+ / Cloud+ /
Administrative Dental Assistant                IT Fundamentals / Linux+ / Project+
Medical Coding                                EXIN Cloud Computing
Personal Fitness Trainer                      Forensic Computer Examiner

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                   Online Personal and                      COLLEGE READINESS                             LANGUAGE AND ARTS
                                                            Developmental Studies                         Arts
                   Professional Development                 Math                                          Creative Writing
                                                            Science                                       Digital Photography
                   Courses                                  Test Prep (ACT, SAT, GRE, LSAT, GMAT)         Graphic and Multimedia Design
ONLINE COURSES

                                                                                                          Languages
                 If you want to enhance your value in                                                     Publishing
                 the workplace, make your home your
                 new workplace, or just enrich your life                                                  LAW AND LEGAL
                                                                                                          Business and Corporate
                 by increasing your knowledge, these                                                      Criminal Law
                 affordable and convenient online courses                                                 General Law
                 may be just what you need. More than 400                                                 LSAT Preparation
                                                                                                          Paralegal
                 courses are available!
                                                                                                          PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
                 These courses are informative, fun,        COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND                     Arts
                 convenient, and highly interactive. We     PROGRAMMING                                   Children, Parents, and Family
                 focus on creating warm, supportive         Microsoft Access / Excel / Word / Outlook /   Digital Photography
                                                             PowerPoint / Project / Publisher /           Health and Wellness
                 communities for our learners. New course                                                 Job Search
                                                            QuickBooks
                 sessions begin monthly, are project-       Adobe Acrobat                                 Languages
                 oriented and include lessons, quizzes,     Oracle                                        Personal Enrichment
                                                            Crystal Reports                               Personal Finance and Investments
                 hands-on assignments, discussion areas,                                                  Start Your Own Business
                                                            PC Troubleshooting
                 supplementary links, and more.             Windows                                       Test Prep
                                                            CSS
                 Visit ed2go.com/delgadocc to browse all    HTML5                                         TEACHING AND EDUCATION
                                                            Blogging / Podcasting                         Classroom Computing
                 courses and details.                       Creating Mobile Apps                          Languages
                                                            Java                                          Mathematics
                 Catagories and courses include:            PHP                                           Reading and Writing
                                                            MySQL                                         Science
                                                            Visual Basic                                  Test Prep
                 ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE                     C#
                 Accounting Fundamentals                                                                  Tools for Teachers
                                                            C++
                 Business Finance                           ASP.NET
                 Personal Finance                           Python                                        TECHNOLOGY
                 Stock Options                              XML                                           Certificate Prep
                                                            Responsive Web Design                         Computer Fundamentals
                                                                                                          Computer Programming
                                                            DESIGN AND COMPOSITION                        Database Management
                                                            Photoshop                                     Graphic and Multimedia Design
                                                            InDesign                                      Networking and Communications
                                                            Dreamweaver                                   Security
                                                            Illustrator                                   Web Technology
                                                            Lightroom
                                                            WordPress                                     WRITING AND PUBLISHING
                                                            Photography                                   Business Writing
                                                            Website Design                                Creative Writing
                 BUSINESS                                   Game Development                              Grant Writing
                 Grant Writing                              Digital Scrapbooking                          Publishing
                 Business / Marketing Writing
                 Project Management                         HEALTHCARE AND MEDICAL
                 Communication                              Alternative Medicine
                 Leadership / Management                    Ancillary
                 Customer Service                           EMS and Firefighting
                 Public Speaking                            Ethics, Law, and Compliance
                 Sales                                      Health Care Certificate
                 Fundraising                                Health Information Management
                 Google Analytics                           Veterinary
                 Marketing
                 Six Sigma
                 Starting Your Own Business / Nonprofit
                 Supply Chain Management
                 Human Resources

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                                                                       DigiCamp: 3D Modeling and Animation for
                                                                       Games

DIGITAL MEDIA
                                                                       Want your ideas and characters to come to life? A week of artistic
                                                                       fun awaits you in this camp, where you will learn the basics
                                                                       of 3D modeling, texturing, and animation. You will also get a

                                                                                                                                             DIGICAMPS
SUMMER CAMPS
                                                                       chance to work with a pre-built character to make a video of your
                                                                       own design. No prior experience necessary. This camp is held in
                                                                       conjunction with the Academy of Interactive Entertainment.

Coming Summer 2020                                                     DigiCamp: Game Programming (Design)
Visit our website for upcoming dates.                                  If you would like to learn some basics behind video game
                                                                       programming, this camp is for you! Using the Unity 3D game
                                                                       engine, students will write scripts to solve a variety of problems
                                                                       like collision resolution, input handling, and managing the state
                                                                       of a running application. This camp will help expose how the
                                                                       game development process works and show you what a career
                                                                       in the video game industry is like. No prior experience necessary.
                                                                       This camp is held in conjunction with the Academy of Interactive
                                                                       Entertainment.

                                                                       DigiCamp: Creature Creation Camp - ZBrush for
                                                                       Beginners
                                                                       Channel your inner Frankenstein and bring your own monster
                                                                       to life! Join this course and learn the basics of ZBrush software.
                                                                       Sculpt your very own creatures and paint them in 3D! No prior
                                                                       experience necessary. This camp is held in conjunction with the
                                                                       Academy of Interactive Entertainment.
DigiCamps are digital media summer camps for teens. These
DigiCamps are designed for ages 12 – 18 and provide hands-on
fun, enrichment, and education. Topics include 3D modeling,
animation, and video game design. No prior experience is
necessary, other than basic familiarity with computers.

The DigiCamps are 30 hours each, for one week apiece, and
students can register for as many as they like. Each day lasts from
9 a.m. until 5 p.m., and includes a lunch break. Students should
bring their own lunch and are also encouraged to bring snacks.

Pricing is $415 per student, per camp. A pizza party is given on the
last day of class. Students must provide their own USB drive.
                                                                       DigiCamp: Back to the Drawing Board -
                                                                       Animation for Beginners
                                                                       From your sketchbook to the silver screen! If you want to learn the
                                                                       basics of 2D and 3D animation, this is the camp for you. Join this
                                                                       course and you will learn how to use several software packages,
                                                                       such as Flash and Maya, to bring objects and characters to life. No
                                                                       prior experience necessary. This camp is held in conjunction with
                                                                       the Academy of Interactive Entertainment.

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