Winter - Spring 2019 Build your career. Enrich your life. - Carroll

Winter - Spring 2019 Build your career. Enrich your life. - Carroll

Winter - Spring 2019 Build your career. Enrich your life. - Carroll

Non-Credit Class Schedule Carroll Community College Continuing Education & Training Winter–Spring2019 MILLER Helps Small Businesses Launch & Grow > pg. 14 Manufacturing & Trades: Hiring for Spring! > pg. 23 Examine a Career as a Medical Assistant > pg. 33 Shape Your Ceramics Skills> pg. 58 Build your career. Enrich your life. Balance

Winter - Spring 2019 Build your career. Enrich your life. - Carroll

December Athletic Information Session For all athletes who are interested in men's and women's soccer and cross country for Fall 2019. Monday, Dec. 3 | 6 p.m. | Theater in the Scott Center | Free RSVP: www.carrollcc.edu/AdmissionsRSVP Guitar Ensemble Performance Directed by John Knoll Tuesday, Dec.

4 | 7:30 p.m. Theater in the Scott Center | Free Rock & Roll Ensemble Directed by Matthew Everhart Wednesday, Dec. 5 | 7:30 p.m. Theater in the Scott Center | Free Away We Grow! A retreat for small business owners Friday, Dec. 7 | 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. | Bollinger Family Conference Center (K100) $89 | Includes a light breakfast and lunch Registration required. Call 410-386-8100. www.carrollcc.edu/awaywegrow Westminster Symphony Orchestra Performance In partnership with McDaniel College. Director: Linda Kirkpatrick Assistant Director: Cindy Rosenberg Saturday, Dec. 8 | 3 p.m. Alumni Hall at McDaniel College | Free January Living Healthy Through Good Nutrition Registered dietician Barb Walsh takes us through the healthy steps we can all take to improve our lives.

In partnership with Carroll Hospital and the Partnership for a Healthier Carroll County. (See pg. 61 for details.) Monday, Jan. 14 6:30 – 8 p.m. | L287 | $5 Registration required. Call 410-386-8100. Drone Pilot Information Session Learn about the world of drone technology and how you can train to become a drone pilot. Flight demonstration to follow. Thursday, January 17 | 9 – 10 a.m. or 6 – 7 p.m. K115 | Free Registration required. Call 410-386-8100. Health Care Training Information Session Learn about high-demand, non-credit health care training pro- grams. (See pg. 28 for details.) Thursday, Jan.

17 | 6 – 7:30 p.m. | M157 | Free Registration required. Call 410-386-8100. February Carroll 101 Explore your local government. Get a first-hand look at several allied agency facilities and their operations. (See pg. 65) Wednesdays, Feb. 13 – Mar. 13 | 7 – 9 p.m. | L287 Free. Registration required. Call 410-386-8100. The Harvest Written by Samuel D. Hunter. Directed by John Kenneth DeBoer. With special permission from Samuel French Inc. Not intended for children under age 13.

Thursday – Sunday, Feb. 21 – 24 Theater in the Scott Center | $10 general admission $5 Seniors (65+), Carroll students, faculty and staff March Book Fair Movie Night Two showings of a family movie to kick off our Book Fair event. Friday, March 1 | 4:30 and 7 p.m. Theater in the Scott Center The Penguin Random House Book Fair Discounted book sale, book talk and author signing, crafts and activities for children. Stop by the Summer! Kids@Carroll table to ask questions and register for your favorite camps. Saturday, March 2 | Free admission Get Business Now!

Carroll County’s Signature Small Business Conference.

(See pg. 15 for info.) Friday, March 15 | 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Registration required. Call 410-386-8100. Child Care Training Day Regional Professional Development Day. (See pg. 21.) Saturday, March 23 | 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Registration required. Call 410-386-8100. April Spring Career Fair Discover a variety of local employment opportunities Wednesday, April 10 | 1 – 4 p.m. | Babylon Great Hall www.carrollcc.edu/jobfair American Red Cross Blood Drive For donor eligibility info, call 1-866-236-3276. Wednesday & Thursday, April 10 & 11 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. | Harman Student Center (A202) Spring Open House RSVP: Admissions (A101) or 410-386-8430 Wednesday , April 17 | 6 – 8 p.m.

Babylon Great Hall | Free Guys and Dolls A Musical Fable of Broadway Based on a Story and Characters of Damon Runyon. Music and Lyrics by: Frank Loesser. Book by: Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows. Presented through special arrange- ment with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. (www.MTIShows.com). Please no children under age 5. Thursday – Sunday, April 25 – 28 Theater in the Scott Center | $15 general admission $10 seniors (65+), Carroll students, faculty and staff RegisterEarly!

Courses that have not met the minimum enrollment may be cancelled one week before the start date. Ensure that the course you want will be held by registering early! OfficeHours Monday – Thursday | 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Friday | 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 1.Online Go to www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment and follow instructions. You will need to pay in full with a credit card when registering. For fast registration, use your college ID# to login. For help, call Continuing Education and Training at 410-386-8100.

2.Mail Mail a completed and signed registration form with total payment to: Carroll Community College Business Office CET 1601 Washington Road Westminster MD 21157 3.Walk-In Register in-person in Room A115 on the Washington Road Campus On Saturdays and after regular office hours, registrations and check or credit card payments may be left in the drop box next to the Cashier’s Office.

4.Fax Fax completed and signed registration form with credit card payment information to 410-386-8111. 5.Telephone Call 410-386-8100. Have the course details and your credit card information ready. NumberstoKnow AdmissionsforDegreePrograms . . 410-386-8430 Advising/Transfer forDegreePrograms . . 410-386-8435 CareerServices . . 410-386-8523 Cashier’sOffice . . 410-386-8040 Disabilities . . 410-386-8329 GeneralCollegeInformation . . 410-386-8000 Records/Registration forDegreePrograms . . 410-386-8440 UpcomingEventHighlights A T C A R R O L L C O M M U N I T Y C O L L E G E For a complete list of Carroll events, visit our website at www.carrollcc.edu Easy Ways to Register PowerBrew FREE Monthly Business Webinar 3rd Tuesday of Every Month 9 – 10 a.m.

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Contents 02 13 56 73 In addition to our Continuing Education and Personal Enrichment courses, explore Carroll Community College's degree programs and credit classes by visiting our website at www.carrollcc.edu/Credit-Programs WORKFORCE TRAINING 04 Workforce Training Certificates for Career Entry 08 Workforce Training Certificates for Career Advancement 10 Exam Preparation for Industry Credentials CAREER AND CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 14 Business 21 Child Care and Educational Professionals 22 Construction Trades 24 Health Care and Human Services 39 Information Technology 45 Occupational Training 51 Real Estate 51 Test and Academic Skills Preparation PERSONAL ENRICHMENT 57 The Arts 61 Health and Wellness 64 History, Culture & World View 67 Kids@Carroll 68 Language 69 Lifestyle and Popular Culture 72 Writing INFORMATION 76 Registration Form 78 Index

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Workforce Training Certificates Take Flight as a Commercial Drone Pilot > page 4 Prescribe Your Career as a Pharmacy Technician > page 6 Have a Look into Home Inspection Training > page 7

WORKFORCE TRAINING CERTIFICATES To earn a Workforce Training Certificate, please notify us of the certificate you wish to earn at the time of registration. Workforce Training Certificates Career & Professional Training Our certificate programs are specifically developed to meet regional employers’ needs for a skilled workforce. Why earn your Workforce Training Certificate from Carroll? • Shorter time to completion.

Gain a valuable credential within weeks or months, instead of years. • Certification and licensure exam preparation. Prepare to sit for a state or national certification or licensure exam. • In-demand knowledge and skills. Demon- strate to employers and clients that you are committed to your profession and are well trained.

• Expert faculty. Learn from faculty members with both academic and professional experi- ence. • Career support. Receive direction and guidance from a dedicated career navigator. More detailed information for each Certificate, including any occupational requirements, information unique to the training, related Continuing Education courses and estimated hourly wage, can be found at www.carrollcc. edu/cecertificates. See the Course Index (pp. 78 – 80) to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. Not all courses are offered in each schedule.

To become employed or to receive state or national certification or licensure, other require- ments in addition to training may apply.

These may include a high school diploma, residency or additional exams. Many occupations require a high school diploma. If you do not have one, contact the College’s Adult Education Program at 410-386-8630 to learn about free options to earn your diploma. Need Help Paying for Career Training? Non-CreditTuitionAssistance Tuition assistance may be available for eligible non-credit students. Visit www.carrollcc.edu/tuitionassistance. AffordablePaymentPlan Tuition $200 or more? Pay in installments! Visit www.carrollcc.edu/factsplan. Prove it.

Show off your accomplishment with a Digital Badge Upon successful completion of a Workforce Training Certificate, receive a Digital Badge to validate your new skills across all online platforms: • LinkedIn, Facebook & Twitter • Email signatures • Digital résumés • Online portfolios • Personal & business websites Offered in partnership with Acclaim, you can: • Instantly let employers know what you have to offer. • Explore Acclaim’s labor market insights to search and apply for job opportunities.

For more information, visit www.carrollcc.edu/digitalbadges or call 410-386-8100. MEDICAL ASSISTANT VETERINARY ASSISTANT YOUR PROGRAM 066-13-18 3 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment 3 ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Workforce Training Certificates Career & Professional Training WorkforceTraining Certificatesfor CareerEntry Animal Control and Care VeterinaryAssistant Veterinary assistants support veterinary technicians and veterinarians in a small animal hospital environment. Duties may include providing customer service, processing lab specimens, prepping animals for surgery, monitoring medications and radiology logs, setting up and tearing down surgical suites, autoclaving instruments and communicating effectively between the vet and the pet owner. Courses VOC-336 Preparation for the Veterinary Assistant Training Course Series VOC-691 Veterinary Assistant Training I: Outpatient Care, Diagnostics and Pharmacy VOC-692 Veterinary Assistant Training II: Patient Care and Treatment, Surgery, Anesthesia and Emergency Care VOC-430 Veterinary Assistant Training III: Clinic Externship Approximate Number of Hours 250 hours Approximate Training Cost $3,176 Licensure/Certification Earned Students are eligible to sit for the National Veterinary Assistant exam and become an AVA (Approved Veterinary Assistant).

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. Child Care ChildCareProfessional EarlyChildhoodTeacher This program is for those who seek responsible positions in the field of early childhood education. An early childhood teacher provides care and educational experiences for children ages 3-5 at a child care center. Teachers develop lesson plans, integrate curriculums, teach lessons, establish age-appropriate environ- ments, discipline children, maintain records and interact with parents. This program meets the state requirements for the 90 clock hours of training in a school-aged program.

Courses CCT-434 Growth and Development in Early Childhood CCT-102 Materials and Methods for Early Childhood Education Approximate Number of Hours 90 hours Approximate Training Cost $880 Licensure/Certification Earned None *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. ChildCareProfessional Infant/ToddlerTeacher This program is for those who seek responsible positions in the field of early childhood education. An infants and toddlers child care teacher works for a child care center providing care and educational experiences for children birth through age 2.

He or she develops lesson plans, integrates curriculums, teaches lessons, establishes age-appropriate environments, disciplines children, maintains records and interacts with parents. This program meets the state requirements for the 90 clock hours of training in an infants and toddlers program for children birth through age 2.

Courses CCT-101 Growth and Development in Early Childhood or CCT-434 Growth and Development in Early Childhood (online) or CCT-452 Growth and Development in Early Childhood (hybrid) or CCT-102, or CCT-338 Materials and Methods for Early Childhood Education and CCT-103 or CCT-435 Infants & Toddlers: Development & Care Approximate Number of Hours 90 hours Approximate Training Cost $880 Licensure/Certification Earned None *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. ChildCareProfessionalSchoolAgeTeacher This program is for those who seek responsible positions in the field of early childhood educa- tion.

A school age teacher works for a child care center providing care and educational experiences for children ages 6-14 most often before and after school in public and private institutions. Teachers develop lesson plans, integrate curriculums, teach lessons, establish age-appropriate environments, discipline children, maintain records and interact with parents. This program meets the state require- ments for the 90 clock hours of training in a school age program for children ages 6-14. Courses CCT-101 Growth and Development in Early Childhood (classroom) or CCT-434 Growth and Development in Early Childhood (online) or CCT-452 Growth and Development in Early Childhood (hybrid) and CCT-072 School Age Child Care Training (classroom) or CCT-336 School Age Child Care Training (hybrid) Approximate Number of Hours 90 hours Approximate Training Cost $880 Licensure/Certification Earned None *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule.

See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. Drone CommercialUAS(Drone)Pilot Prepare for an exciting career as a Commercial Drone Pilot. This training prepares you to earn the FAA Remote Pilot in Command Certificate. Gain hands-on experience flying a variety of drones, including the DJI Inspire, in real world scenarios. You will also train on software and applications to manipulate photos, video and data captured by the drones. UAS (Drone) use has boomed across a wide range of commercial and industrial applications in which the tech- nology has provided a number of advantages including data collection, workforce safety and cost benefits.

This implementation has created a need for trained pilots and the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) predicts over 100,000 drone related jobs will be created by 2025.

Courses DRN-001 Introduction to UAS (Drone) Technology DRN-005 UAS (Drone) Ground School DRN-006 UAS (Drone) Flight School DRN-007 UAS (Drone) FAA Remote Pilot Certificate Prep DRN-002 UAS (Drone) Advanced Flight School DRN-003 Foundations of Aerial Photo & Video Editing DRN-004 Foundations of Aerial Data DRN-008 UAS (Drone) Pilot Capstone DRN-009 UAS (Drone) Flight Log Approximate Number of Hours 95 hours Approximate Training Cost $2,980 (includes text) 4 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Career & Professional Training Workforce Training Certificates Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared for FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Certification (certification required to enroll in DRN-002) Students are prepared for USI Small UAS Safety Certification ™ *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. Fitness PersonalFitnessTrainer Personal fitness trainers facilitate rapport, adherence, self-efficacy and behavior change in clients as well as design programs that help clients to improve posture, movement, flex- ibility, balance, core function, cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular endurance and strength, and sports performance.

Courses VOC-617 ACE Certification for Personal Fitness Trainer Approximate Number of Hours 60 hours Approximate Training Cost $574 Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared to take the American Council on Exercise Certified Personal Fitness Trainer Exam. *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. Health Care CertifiedNursingAssistant(CNA) CNAs perform routine tasks under the supervision of nursing and medical staff. Duties include answering patients’ call lights, serving meals, making beds, and helping patients eat, dress and bathe.

CNAs work day, evening and weekend shifts in hospitals and long-term care facilities.

Prerequisites AHE-315 BLS Provider or current AHA-BLS Provider CPR card AHE-257 CNA Preparation Courses AHE-042 Certified Nursing Assistant Training Part 1 (Theory) AHE-580 Certified Nursing Assistant Training Part 2 (Clinical) AHE-455 GNA Skills Lab Approximate Number of Hours 138 hours (excluding prerequisites) Approximate Training Cost $1,825 (excluding prerequisites) Licensure/Certification Earned Students who successfully complete the training are eligible to apply for a CNA license from the Maryland Board of Nursing. *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule.

DentalAssistant Dental assistants play a vital role in dental offices helping dentists and dental hygienists provide services to patients. Duties may include maintaining medical records, assisting with collection of patient information, instrument and patient preparation, taking and developing x-rays, and casting impressions. Hours are generally standard daytime with some evening and weekend flexibility.

Prerequisite AHE-196 Professional Preparation in Healthcare Courses AHE-063 Introduction to Dental Assisting AHE-298 Oral Radiography Approximate Number of Hours 87 hours (excluding prerequisites) Approximate Training Cost $1,820 (excluding prerequisites) Licensure/Certification Earned Students who successfully complete Oral Radiography will be eligible to take the Radia- tion Health and Safety examination through the Dental Assisting National Board (DANB). This certification is required in Maryland for anyone who takes dental x-rays.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule.

See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. EKGTechnician EKG technicians perform diagnostic tests to assess the heart’s rate and rhythm. They may work in clinical laboratory settings, hospitals or physicians’ offices. EKG technicians may set up and administer EKGs, stress tests and Holter monitors. Hours may span days, evenings and weekends. Prerequisites AHE-196 Professional Preparation in Healthcare AHE-149 Medical Terminology for Health Careers (Online courses also accepted) AHE-282 Anatomy & Physiology for Health Careers (Online courses also accepted.) AHE-315 BLS Provider, or current AHA BLS Provider CPR card Courses AHE-358 EKG Technician Training I AHE-359 EKG Technician Training II Approximate Number of Hours 66 hours (excluding prerequisites) Approximate Training Cost $799 (excluding prerequisites) Licensure/Certification Earned Successful completion prepares students to sit for the Certified Cardiographic Technician Examination administered by Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI).

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. EmergencyMedicalTechnician Emergency Medical Technicians respond to emergency calls to provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured. They also provide transport to medical facilities. Hours may span days, evenings and weekends. Courses AHE-319 Emergency Medical Technician 1 AHE-320 Emergency Medical Technician 2 Approximate Number of Hours 135 hours Approximate Training Cost $1,516 Licensure/Certification Earned Successful completion of Emergency Medical Technician 1 and Emergency Medical Techni- cian 2 prepares students to sit for the National Registry Emergency Medical Technician written exam and MIEMSS practical evaluation.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. MedicalAssistant A certified clinical medical assistant is an unlicensed multi-skilled healthcare practitioner competent in a variety of clinical and laboratory procedures and administrative roles. Medical assistants perform routine administrative and clinical tasks to keep physician, podiatry, chiropractic and other health practitioner offices running smoothly.

Courses Module 1 (approx. 170 hrs.) AHE-149 Medical Terminology for Health Careers AHE-144 Introduction to Health AHE-145 Introduction to Health Care Systems AHE-312 Professional Preparation for Medical Assistants AHE-146 Basic Math for Health Care Workers AHE-315 BLS Provider or current AHA-BLS Provider CPR card AHE-147 HIPAA Training AHE-275 Pharmacology Module 2 (approx. 330 hrs.) AHE-282 Basic Anatomy & Physiology for Health Careers AHE-160 Basic Patient Intake AHE-288 Basic EKG Training AHE-212 Introduction to Electronic Health Records AHE-243 Medical Administrative Assistant AHE-211 Intro Lab Techniques for Medical Assistants AHE-289 Phlebotomy for Health Careers 5 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Workforce Training Certificates Career & Professional Training AHE-199 Medical Billing for the Physician’s Office Module 3 (approx. 120 hours) AHE-240 Medical Assistant Clinical 1 AHE-241 Medical Assistant Clinical 2 Approximate Number of Hours 620 hours Approximate Training Cost $7,999 (plus texts) Licensure/Certification Earned Students will be prepared to take the certifica- tion exam and will be eligible for national certification as a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA).

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule.

MedicalBiller Medical billers use a multi-step process that begins with generating an insurance claim and continues through a series of collection and payment activities. They must be familiar with the claim requirements for a variety of insurance companies including government payers. Hours are generally daytime with some evening and weekend flexibility. Courses AHE-199 Medical Billing for the Physician’s Office AHE-149 Medical Terminology for Health Careers AHE-212 Introduction to Electronic Health Records AHE-147 HIPAA Training Approximate Number of Hours 101 hours Approximate Training Cost $1,314 Licensure/Certification Earned Successful completion prepares students for the Certified Professional Biller (CPB) national certification exam offered by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. PharmacyTechnician Pharmacy technicians work in pharmacy settings in clinics, retail locations, hospitals and sometimes in physicians’ offices. Their primary responsibility is to assist the pharmacist in the preparation and packaging of prescription drugs. Hours may span day, evening, night and weekend shifts.

Courses AHE-356 Pharmacy Technician Training I AHE-361 Pharmacy Technician Training II Approximate Number of Hours 105 hours (excluding prerequisites) Approximate Training Cost $1,497 (excluding prerequisites) Licensure/Certification Earned This course prepares students to sit for one of the national pharmacy technician certification exams: the PTCE offered by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board and the ExCPT offered by the National Healthcareer Associa- tion. Individuals who pass either exam are given the designation of CPhT (Certified Pharmacy Technician).

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule.

See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. PhlebotomyTechnician Phlebotomy technicians work in clinical laboratory settings, hospitals and sometimes physicians’ offices. Their primary responsibility is to collect blood specimens as ordered by the physician. Hours may span day, evening, night and weekend shifts. Prerequisite Courses AHE-196 Professional Preparation in Healthcare AHE-315 BLS Provider or current AHA-BLS Provider CPR card Courses AHE-200 Phlebotomy Technician Training I: Theory AHE-077 Phlebotomy Technician Training II: Clinical AHE-078 Phlebotomy Technician Training III: Clinical Approximate Number of Hours 168 hours (excluding prerequisites) Approximate Training Cost $2,163 (excluding prerequisites) Licensure/Certification Earned Successful completion prepares students to sit for the PBT exam administered through the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Board of Certification.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. SterileProcessingTechnician Sterile processing technicians work behind the scenes in healthcare settings such as hospitals, surgical centers and physicians’ offices to ensure instruments and equipment are properly cleaned, handled, sterilized and safe for patients. This program trains individuals to become sterile processing technicians and prepares you for sterile processing technician certification.

Prerequisite Courses AHE-315 BLS Provider or current AHA-BLS Provider CPR card Courses AHE-316 Foundations for Healthcare Careers AHE-299 Sterile Processing Technician Training Fundamentals AHE-304 Sterile Processing Technician Training Externship 1 AHE-305 Sterile Processing Technician Training Externship 2 AHE-306 Sterile Processing Technician Training Externship 3 AHE-307 Sterile Processing Technician Training Externship 4 Approximate Number of Hours 496 hours (excluding prerequisites) Approximate Training Cost $1,890 (excluding prerequisites) Licensure/Certification Earned Successful completion of AHE-299 prepares students to take the Certified Registered Central Service Technician (CRCST) certification exam offered by the International Association of Healthcare Central Service Materiel Manage- ment (IAHCSMM).

Students must then complete 400 hours of externships to apply for CRCST certification.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. Information Technology ComputerGraphicDesigner Computer graphic designers are responsible for the design and layout of print and web-based marketing materials, brochures, flyers and logos. They often work for graphic design firms or as freelance designers. Core Courses DAP-185 Photoshop Level 1 DAP-440 Illustrator Level 1 DAP-441 InDesign Level 1 Elective Courses (complete two) DAP-186 Photoshop Level 2 DAP-573 Illustrator Level 2 DAP-574 InDesign Level 2 Approximate Number of Hours 35 hours Approximate Training Cost $745 plus texts Licensure/Certification Earned None *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule.

See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. To earn the Computer Graphic Designer Workforce Training Certificate, please notify us of the certificate you wish to earn at the time of registration. After completing the final course in the certificate program, complete and submit a Student Request for a Workforce Training Certificate, which can be obtained online at www.carrollcc.edu/cecertificates or by calling Customer Service at 410-386-8100. Upon verification of completion, the certificate will be mailed to you at the address on file within five business days.

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Workforce Training Certificates Career & Professional Training IOSAppDeveloper iOS App Developers are software developers that create and write code for applications that will run on Apple iOS devices such as iMacs, iPads and iPhones. This hands-on, project- based course is delivered in a hybrid format with both in-person and online classes. This program is designed for new and experienced programmers.

Students will learn the founda- tions of the Swift programming language. Students select an independent project and design, prototype and build an app of their own. Prerequisites: None.

Courses DAP-156 App Development with Swift, Part 1 DAP-157 App Development with Swift, Part 2 Approximate Number of Hours 180 hours Approximate Training Cost $2,500 Licensure/Certification Earned None. *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. Media MediaProductionSpecialist Media production specialists produce, edit and manipulate images, graphics, audio and video for a wide audience to inform or entertain. This program will train individuals to pursue a freelance or professional career to edit audio, video and operate a variety of camera equip- ment and devices.

This certificate is conducted in partnership with, and on location of, the Community Media Center and its staff. Courses MMD-005 Introductory Seminar in Media Production DAP-842 Media Pre-Production DAP-843 Audio Production MMD-002 Media Production MMD-003 Media Post-production MMD-004 Formatting Media Content for Online Platforms MMD-001 Media Production Specialist Capstone Approximate Number Hours 98 hours Approximate Training Cost $1,870 Licensure/Certification Earned None *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule.

Real Estate HomeInspector Home inspectors conduct inspections of homes, condominiums, apartments and other residential dwellings. They are hired by prospective home buyers to inspect and report on the condition of a home’s systems, compo- nents and structure, including the interior and exterior and all of the home’s systems such as HVAC and electrical. This training is approved by the Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors to provide home inspector pre-licensing training, which is required to receive a home inspector license in Maryland.

Courses VOC-330 Home Inspection Training Approximate Number of Hours 81 hours Approximate Training Cost $1,058 Licensure/Certification Earned Upon completion, students will be eligible to sit for the National Home Inspector Examination. *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. RealEstateSalesAgent Real estate agents help clients buy, sell and rent properties. Agents will work with customers to develop contracts, advertise properties, negotiate pricing and process all required paperwork through closing.

Courses REA-266 Maryland Real Estate Principles & Practices Approximate Number of Hours 60 hours Approximate Training Cost $829 Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared to sit for the Real Estate Sales Agent License exam. *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. Trades ElectricalApprentice Electrical apprentices work as tradesmen specializing in the installation of electrical wiring and fittings in new construction or the maintenance of existing electrical infrastructure. This trade is regulated for safety by the State of Maryland and its respective counties.

Most work is completed during the day. Courses VOC-174 Electrical Apprenticeship Year 1: Part 1 VOC-030 Electrical Apprenticeship Year 1: Part 2 VOC-577 Electrical Apprenticeship Year 2: Part 1 VOC-032 Electrical Apprenticeship Year 2: Part 2 VOC-578 Electrical Apprenticeship Year 3: Part 1 VOC-034 Electrical Apprenticeship Year 3: Part 2 VOC-579 Electrical Apprenticeship Year 4: Part 1 VOC-036 Electrical Apprenticeship Year 4: Part 2 Approximate Number of Hours 627 classroom hours / 8,000 on-the-job training hours Approximate Training Cost Varies based on the agreement the student has with his or her employer.

Licensure/Certification Earned Journeyman certification from the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR). For more information, call 410-876-0484. FloralDesigner Floral designers, also called florists, cut and arrange live, dried, or silk flowers and greenery to make decorative displays. They also assist customers with selecting flowers, containers, ribbons and other accessories for special occasions. Most floral designers work in retail businesses, usually in flower shops or grocery stores, and some are self-employed. Courses VOC-457 Introduction to Floral Design VOC-370 Wedding and Party Design VOC-371 Remembrance and Memorial Design VOC-460 Floral Design, Mastery Approximate Number of Hours 96 hours Approximate Training Cost $1,734 Licensure/Certification Earned None *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule.

See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. HVACRApprentice HVACR apprentices are tradesmen specializing in heating, ventilation and air conditioning/ refrigeration systems. Work may include installing, servicing and repairing heating and air conditioning systems in residences and commercial establishments. Apprentices usually begin by assisting experienced technicians with carrying materials, insulating refrigerant lines or cleaning furnaces, and move on to more difficult tasks such as cutting and soldering pipes and checking electrical and electronic circuits.

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Career & Professional Training Workforce Training Certificates Approximate Training Cost $2,660 Licensure/Certification Earned Students who successfully complete the certification testing administered during the advanced welding class will receive AWS General Welding Certification.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. Transportation TruckDriver Local drivers may provide daily service for a specific route while other drivers make intercity and interstate deliveries that take longer and may vary from job to job. Long-distance heavy truck and tractor-trailer drivers spend most of their time behind the wheel but may load or unload their cargo at their destination. Drivers frequently travel at night, on holidays and weekends to avoid traffic delays. Courses Course numbers vary for CDL-A and CDL-B classes.

Approximate Number of Hours CDL-A: 240 hours CDL-B with Passengers: 65 hours Approximate Training Cost CDL-A: $3,642 (plus applicable fees) CDL-B Hospitality: $1,758 (plus applicable fees) Licensure/Certification Earned Upon successful completion of this training and the MVA written and driving tests administered during class, either a MD CDL-A or CDL-B license will be awarded. *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. WorkforceTraining Certificatesfor CareerAdvancement Health Care AssistedLivingManager This is an OHCQ approved 80-hour training to prepare assisted living managers.

Topics include the philosophy of assisted living, aging process and its impact, assessment and level of care waiver, service planning, clinical management, admission and discharge criteria, nutrition and food safety, dementia, mental health and behavior management, end-of-life care, management and operation, emergency planning, quality assurance and the survey process. To meet OHCQ requirements, 100% attendance is required.

Courses AHE-113 Assisted Living Manager Approximate Number of Hours 80 hours Approximate Training Cost $920 Licensure/Certification Earned Successful completion meets the OHCQ requirements for Assisted Living Managers. *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. MedicineAideTraining Currently employed Geriatric Nursing Assistants may safely prepare, administer and chart routine medicines in a nursing home. Courses AHE-588 Medicine Aide Training Approximate Number of Hours 74 hours Approximate Training Cost $912 Licensure/Certification Earned Eligible to become a Certified Medicine Aide in Maryland *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule.

See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. NurseRefresher Provides learning experiences for nurses who have been out of the workplace and who are planning on returning to work. This training meets the Maryland Board of Nursing require- ments to reactivate an RN/LPN license. Topics include managing patient care, documenta- tion, medication administration, emergency procedures, evaluation of patient care and team member responsibilities. A session in our state-of-the-art simulation lab is included. Criminal background checks and drug testing, at additional cost, are required at least 30 days prior to the start of this training.

Courses NRS-419 Nurse Refresher Pt. 1: Theory NRS-420 Nurse Refresher Pt. 2: Clinical Approximate Number of Hours 163 hours Approximate Training Cost $1,920 Licensure/Certification Earned Students who successfully complete the training are eligible to apply to reactivate their RN/LPN license with the Maryland Board of Nursing.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. VOC-358 HVAC Apprenticeship Training Year 2: Part 2 VOC-405 HVAC Apprenticeship Training Year 3: Part 1 VOC-406 HVAC Apprenticeship Training Year 3: Part 2 VOC-582 HVAC Apprenticeship Training Year 4: Part 1 VOC-583 HVAC Apprenticeship Training Year 4: Part 2 Approximate Number of Hours 630 classroom hours (157 hours per year) 8,000 on-the-job training hours Approximate Training Cost Varies based on the agreement the student has with his or her employer.

Licensure/Certification Earned Students who successfully complete this training are awarded an HVACR Journeyman’s license.

For more information, call 410-431-8889. HVACRTechnician HVACR technicians work in entry-level positions with large or small contracting companies, manufacturers or wholesalers of environmental systems equipment. They install, service and repair heating and air conditioning systems in residences and commercial establishments. Courses VOC-220 Applications in Environmental Systems I VOC-094 Applications in Environmental Systems II Approximate Number of Hours 90 hours Approximate Training Cost $1,178 Licensure/Certification Earned Upon successful completion of this training and the refrigerant handling certification exam administered during class, students are eligible for EPA Refrigerant Reclamation Certification.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. Welder Welders are employed in many industry groups and manufacturers. They assist with the construction of industrial machinery for the agricultural, construction and mining sectors. They are involved with material handling, food processing, papermaking and printing equip- ment and textiles and office machinery. Welders work from drawings or specifications, or use their knowledge of fluxes and base metals to determine the best way to permanently join metal parts.

Welders are exposed to a number of hazards, including intense light, poisonous fumes and extremely hot materials and must wear protective equipment while working. Courses VOC-015 Basic Welding VOC-467 Advanced Welding VOC-728 Advanced Welding 2 Approximate Number of Hours 120 hours 8 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Workforce Training Certificates Career & Professional Training PatientCareTechnician Advance your CNA skills to work in a variety of health care settings, including hospital setting. Patient care technicians are part of a multi-disciplinary team responsible for caring for patients requiring acute and chronic care. You will expand your skills to include complex health care procedures such as electrocardio- grams, glucose monitoring, intravenous therapy, wound care and urinary catheterization. Courses AHE-318 Patient Care Technician Approximate Number of Hours 92 hours Approximate Training Cost $1,145 Licensure/Certification Earned Students who successfully complete this course are eligible to take the Certified Patient Care Technician/Assistant (CPCT/A) exam from the National Healthcareer Association.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. Information Technology DigitalandSocialMediaProfessional Digital and social media is a driving force in business, marketing and development. It may include branding, public affairs, marketing communications or community outreach and engagement. Digital and social media professionals may plan, execute and assess a comprehensive and effective social media campaign for corporations, government agen- cies or non-profit organizations. Prerequisite Course None Core Courses (in order) DAP-772 Introductory Seminar in Digital and Social Media or DAP-771 Introduction to Social Media Tools DAP-837 Social Media Strategies and Tactics DAP-775 Social Media Analytics: Measuring and Assessing Metrics and ROI DAP-778 Digital and Social Media Program Capstone Elective Courses (complete one prior to capstone course) DAP-776 Inbound E-Marketing: QR Codes, Prospect Databases and More DAP-777 Viral Marketing Technologies: Viral, Buzz and Guerilla Strategies DAP-839 Presentation with Prezi Approximate Number of Hours 40 hours Approximate Training Cost $850 Licensure/Certification Earned None *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule.

See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. FundamentalOfficeTechnology This training recognizes achievement in gaining knowledge in computer applications for business and personal use.

Core Courses DAP-014 Word Level 1 DAP-017 Excel Level 1 DAP-020 PowerPoint Level 1 Elective Courses (complete two) DAP-052 Outlook Level 1 DAP-029 Access Level 1 DAP-483 Publisher Level 1 Approximate Number of Hours 35 hours Approximate Training Cost $745 includes texts Licensure/Certification Earned None *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. To earn the Fundamental Office Technology Workforce Training Certificate, please notify us of the certificate you wish to earn at the time of registration.

After completing the final course in the certificate program, complete and submit a Student Request for a Workforce Training Certificate, which can be obtained online at www.carrollcc.edu/cecertificates or by calling Customer Service at 410-386-8100. Upon verification of completion, the certificate will be mailed to you at the address on file within five business days.

AdvancedOfficeTechnology This training enhances technology and computer application skills through advanced functions of a variety of Office products to increase efficiency and productivity. Prerequisite Courses DAP-014 Word Level 1 DAP-017 Excel Level 1 DAP-020 PowerPoint Level 1 Core Courses DAP-015 Word Level 2 DAP-018 Excel Level 2 DAP-083 PowerPoint Level 2 Elective Courses (complete 2) DAP-786 Microsoft Visio for Professionals DAP-797 Microsoft Project for Professionals DAP-744 Effective Collaboration and Communication in the Digital World DAP-785 Desktop Publishing for the Professional Approximate Number of Hours 35 hours Approximate Training Cost $745 includes texts Licensure/Certification Earned None *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule.

See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. To earn the Advanced Office Technology Workforce Training Certificate, please notify us of the certificate you wish to earn at the time of registration. After completing the final course in the certificate program, complete and submit a Student Request for a Workforce Training Certificate, which can be obtained online at www.carrollcc.edu/cecertificates or by calling Customer Service at 410-386-8100. Upon verification of completion, the certificate will be mailed to you at the address on file within five business days.

InnovativeOfficeTechnology Maximize efficiency and productivity within the suite of Office products. Tasks and functions of a variety of applications enhance deliverables and increase workflow in an office setting. Utilize software to its full potential, and make decisions to implement the collaborative environment of the entire suite to increase productivity for corporations, government agencies or nonprofit organizations. Prerequisite Courses DAP-015 Word Level 2 DAP-018 Excel Level 2 DAP-083 PowerPoint Level 2 Core Courses DAP-781 Adobe Acrobat Power: More than just PDFs DAP-780 Maximizing Access: Reports and Queries DAP-784 Connecting Office: Dynamic Linking DAP-783 Innovative Office Technology Capstone Elective Courses (complete 2) DAP-786 Microsoft Visio for Professionals DAP-797 Microsoft Project for Professionals DAP-744 Effective Collaboration and Communication in the Digital World DAP-785 Desktop Publishing for the Professional Approximate Number of Hours 50 hours Approximate Training Cost $1,160 includes texts Licensure/Certification Earned None *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule.

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QuickBooksProSpecialist Keep financial records complete by using QuickBooks Pro accounting software. Compute, classify and record numerical data. Perform any combination of routine calculating, posting and verifying duties to obtain primary financial data for use in maintaining accounting records for small businesses. May also check the accuracy of figures, calculations and postings pertaining to business transactions. Courses DAP-591 QuickBooks Pro Level 1 DAP-762 QuickBooks Pro Level 2 DAP-124 QuickBooks Pro Certified User Exam Prep Approximate Number of Hours 30 hours Approximate Training Cost $830 includes text, exam voucher and trial software Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared to take the Certiport Intuit QuickBooks Certified User (QBCU) exam.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. Management ManagementDevelopment A manager accomplishes department objectives by managing and motivating staff, planning and evaluating department activities. They may select, hire and orient employees; are responsible to maintain a safe, secure and legal work environment; communicate job expecta- tions, monitor results, coach employees; and establish strategic, departmental or team goals and evaluate outcomes.

Courses MGT-410 Management Basics: Foundations for Success (must be taken first) MGT-401 Building a Winning Team: Interviewing, Selecting & Hiring Employees MGT-380 Effective Performance Appraisals MGT-381 Coaching Employees to Peak Performance MGT-399 Managing Using Emotional Intelligence MGT-400 HR Legal Issues for Managers MGT-411 Conflict Management MGT-412 Fostering Diversity in the Workplace MGT-413 Communications Skills for Managers MGT-414 Leading Change in the Workplace MGT-415 Leading High Performance Teams Approximate Number of Hours 69 hours Approximate Training Cost $1,200 Licensure/Certification Earned None *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule.

See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. To earn the Management Development Workforce Training Certificate, please notify us of the certificate you wish to earn at the time of registration. After completing the final course in the certificate program, complete and submit a Student Request for a Workforce Training Certificate, which can be obtained online at www.carrollcc.edu/cecertificates or by calling Customer Service at 410-386-8100. Upon verification of completion, the certificate will be mailed to you at the address on file within five business days.

EXAM PREPARATION FOR INDUSTRY CREDENTIALS Start a new career or build your résumé with a state or national certification. Test preparation classes help you earn your industry certification. If you complete an exam preparation class that is 30 hours or more, you will also receive a Workforce Training Certificate. Drone UAS(Drone)FAARemotePilot If you hold a current Remote Pilot Certification and need to brush up on your knowledge for recertification, or are a new pilot looking to obtain your Remote Pilot Certification for commercial or business use, this course will cover the application process and prepare you for the exam.

Focus on the objectives that relate to the Aeronautical Knowledge Test which will allow successful students to obtain the FAA Airman Certificate. This certificate is necessary to apply for and obtain the Remote Pilot Certificate.

Prerequisite Course DRN-006 UAS (Drone) Flight School, comparable ground school, or current/previous FAA Remote Pilot certificate holder Course DRN-007 UAS (Drone) FAA Remote Pilot Certificate Prep Approximate Number of Hours 18 hours Approximate Training Cost $779 Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared to sit for the Aeronautical Knowledge Test which will allow them to obtain the FAA Airman Certificate and obtain the Remote Pilot Certificate. *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. Career & Professional Training Health Care ClinicalMedicalAssistantCertification ExamPrep While medical assistants are not required to be certified, employers prefer to hire certified assistants.

This course prepares students for the National Healthcareer Association’s Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (NHA CCMA) exam. This exam prep is open to students who are already working in the field as a medical assistant. Training is aligned to the NHA CCMA exam requirements and the Medical Assistant Training program. Upon completion of this course, students may sit for the NHA Certified Clinical Medical Assistant exam.

Courses AHE-293 Clinical Medical Assistant Certification Exam Prep Approximate Number of Hours 60 hours Approximate Training Cost $770 Licensure/Certification Earned Students who pass the exam will be CCMA certified by the NHA. *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. Home Improvement HomeImprovementContractor: MHICExamPrep Prepare to take the Maryland Home Improve- ment Contractors (MHIC) exam with an intensive review of the self-study contractor’s manual used for the exam. Topics include the MD Home Improvement Law, Door-to-Door Sales Act, and a review of the various business and employee laws included in the exam.

Business planning, start-up and operating considerations including sales and estimating are also covered. An MHIC license is required to practice in Maryland.

Courses VOC-373 MHIC License Exam Preparation Approximate Number of Hours 12 hours Approximate Training Cost $222 Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared to take the MHIC License exam. *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. 10 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Exam Preparation for Industry Credentials Career & Professional Training Human Resources ProfessionalinHumanResources(PHR) ExamPrep Prepare for HRCI’s PHR or SPHR exams and earn the most widely known credential in the HR industry.

This course will review the six key competency areas and provide practice test opportunities for those who plan to take the exam. To qualify to take the exam, you must meet HRCI’s minimum education and experience requirements. Visit www.hrci.org for requirements, testing windows and exam fees (student is responsible for exam fees). Course MGT-394 PHR/SPHR Exam Preparation Course Approximate Number of Hours 24 hours Approximate Training Cost $1,125 plus the costs of practice exams Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared to sit for the HRCI’s PHR or SPHR exams.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. Information Technology AdobeCertifiedAssociate: GraphicDesign&IllustrationUsing AdobeIllustratorExamPrep Prepare to take the certification exam and be recognized as an Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) in Illustrator. Gain an understanding of the exam content and hone your skills through hands-on activities. Master features of Illustrator such as advanced drawing tasks, transforming objects, manipulating text and incorporating a variety of graphics. Includes test voucher.

Courses DAP-793 Adobe Illustrator CC Exam Prep Approximate Number of Hours 7 hours Approximate Training Cost $224 plus text Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared to sit for the Graphic Design & Illustration Using Adobe Illustrator Exam.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. AdobeCertifiedAssociate:Visual CommunicationUsingAdobePhotoshop Prepare to take the certification exam and be recognized as an Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) in Photoshop. Gain an understanding of the exam content and hone your skills through hands-on activities. Master features of Photo- shop such as understanding tools, working with layers, adjusting images and working with filters. Includes test voucher.

Courses DAP-794 Adobe Photoshop CC Exam Prep Approximate Number of Hours 7 hours Approximate Training Cost $224 plus text Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared to sit for the Visual Communication Using Adobe Photoshop Exam.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. AutoCAD Further your drafting career. Prepare to sit for the AutoCAD Certification exam. A certification in Autodesk AutoCAD validates knowledge and skills in the latest Autodesk software. This industry-accepted credential can boost careers in the design and visualization industries. Courses DAP-721 AutoCAD Certification Prep Approximate Number of Hours 15 hours Approximate Training Cost $197 includes text Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared to sit for the AutoCAD Certification exam.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. CompTIAA+ Prepare to sit for the CompTIA A+ Certifica- tion exam. Topics covered include installing, upgrading, troubleshooting and configuring hardware, configuring operating systems and computer maintenance. Courses DAP-799 CompTIA A+ Certification Prep Approximate Number of Hours 14 hours Approximate Training Cost $492 Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared to sit for the CompTIA A+ Exam.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule.

See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. CompTIANetwork+ Prepare to sit for the CompTIA Network+ Certification exam. Topics covered include managing, maintaining, troubleshooting, installing and configuring basic computer network infrastructure. Courses DAP-800 CompTIA Network+ Certification Prep Approximate Number of Hours 14 hours Approximate Training Cost $460 Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared to sit for the CompTIA Network+ Exam.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. CompTIASecurity+ Prepare to sit for the CompTIA Security+ exam. Topics include cryptography, access control and identity management, application, data and host security, threats and vulnerabilities, compliance and operational security and network security. Courses DAP-801 CompTIA Security+ Certification Prep Approximate Number of Hours 14 hours Approximate Training Cost $570 Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared to sit for the CompTIA Security+ Exam.

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Exam Preparation for Industry Credentials Career & Professional Training MicrosoftExcelMicrosoftOfficeSpecialist (MOS)CertificationPreparation Validate your proficiency with Microsoft Excel and stand apart from the crowd with an industry-recognized certification.

Prepare to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam through hands-on activities and objective-by- objective exam prep practice files. Increase your skills while applying your knowledge of essential topics such as creating workbooks, managing worksheets, cells and tables. Courses DAP-789 Microsoft Excel MOS Exam Prep Approximate Number of Hours 7 hours Approximate Training Cost $260 includes text Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared to sit for the Microsoft Excel Office Specialist (MOS) Exam. *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule.

MicrosoftAccessMicrosoftOfficeSpecialist (MOS)CertificationPreparation Validate your proficiency with Microsoft Access and stand apart from the crowd with an industry-recognized certification. Prepare to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam through hands-on activities and objective-by- objective exam prep practice files. Increase your skills while applying your knowledge of essential topics such as database management, building tables and creating forms and reports. Courses DAP-787 Microsoft Access MOS Exam Prep Approximate Number of Hours 7 hours Approximate Training Cost $260 includes text Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared to sit for the Microsoft Access Office Specialist (MOS) Exam.

*Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. QuickBooksProSpecialistCertification Preparation Keep financial records complete by using QuickBooks Pro accounting software. Compute, classify and record numerical data. Perform any combination of routine calculating, posting and verifying duties to obtain primary financial data for use in maintaining accounting records for small businesses. May also check the accuracy of figures, calculations and postings pertaining to business transactions.

Courses DAP-124 QuickBooks Pro Certified User Exam Prep Approximate Number of Hours 6 hours Approximate Training Cost $279 Licensure/Certification Earned Students are prepared to take the Certiport Intuit QuickBooks Certified User (QBCU) exam. *Note: Not all courses are offered in each schedule. See the Course Index to locate the complete course listing within this schedule. CareerResources HelpwithCareerChoices FREE monthly sessions Learn about important factors to consider when making decisions about a new career including required training, cost versus return, family commitments, interests and aptitudes and more.

Explore credit and non-credit options, and examine the pros and cons of both. Mondays, Dec. 10, Jan. 28, Feb. 25, Mar. 18 and Apr. 29 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Washington Road Campus, A125 Reserve your seat at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment. Search for Course# XXB-138, or call 410-386-8100. PutYourBestFootForward Let’s work together to get you working! If you are retooling your skills for a new job, re-entering the workforce or changing jobs, this course will prepare you for job success. Topics include making a great first impression, teamwork, computer skills brush-up, résumé review and additional employment resources.

Total Cost: $130 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MGT-472-A3 Wed., Jan. 23 - Feb. 13, 6:30 - 8:30 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T325 Course #: MGT-472-B3 Wed., Feb. 27 - Mar. 20, 6:30 - 8:30 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T325 12 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

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Essential Classes and Workshops Ready,Set,Go! Launch your new business with confidence and on the right foot. Find out what to expect from an experienced business consultant. Topics include options for business entities, resources available to start-ups, costs of services needed, licensing and tax considerations, loans and financial resources, marketing strategies, and all the perks and drawbacks that come with the life of an entrepreneur.

No Cost. Course #: MSB-101-A3 Thu., Jan. 24, 9:00 - 11:00 AM Business and Employment Resource Center Course #: MSB-101-B3 Thu., Feb. 28, 9:00 - 11:00 AM Business and Employment Resource Center Course #: MSB-101-A4 Thu., Apr. 25, 9:00 - 11:00 AM Business and Employment Resource Center BusinessExitStrategiesandTransition Every business will transition eventually. You might want to retire in the next several years, you are thinking about selling the business, or the business will be passed to the next generation in your family. Good planning can make all of the difference in effecting a smooth transition.

Learn how to position the business for a transition, strategies that can yield better results and processes that make the business more marketable. Avoid some of the biggest pitfalls by having a custom transition strategy and planning.

Total Cost: $45 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MSB-070-D2 Mon., Dec. 10, 8:00 - 9:30 AM Washington Road Campus, T317 Course #: MSB-070-A3 Thu., Jan. 17, 6:00 - 7:30 PM Washington Road Campus, T317 Course #: MSB-070-B3 Mon., Feb. 11, 8:00 - 9:30 AM Washington Road Campus, T315 Course #: MSB-070-C3 Thu., Mar. 21, 6:00 - 7:30 PM Washington Road Campus, T315 Course #: MSB-070-A4 Mon., Apr. 15, 8:00 - 9:30 AM Washington Road Campus, T315 BUSINESS MILLER Resources for Small Business and Entrepreneurs, a Service of Carroll Community College In partnership with the Small Business Development Center, Maryland Miller is the leading resource in Carroll County to help your small business grow and get new businesses started.

Miller offers: • One-on-one consultations • Informative business workshops and conferences • Instructors who are business experts and successful entrepreneurs • Courses to assist with all facets of business start-up and growth For more information: www.MillerSmallBusiness.com 410-386-8012 GrowinganEntrepreneurialEnterprise 90 Minute Miller Mastery Workshop Learn essential strategies for starting or growing an entrepreneurial business. Whether you are an entrepreneur with an idea, an existing service provider or a small business owner, these proven techniques will help you build strategies and put practices in place to maintain an entrepreneurial enterprise and keep the passion alive.

Total Cost: $69 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MSB-055-D2 Tue., Dec. 11, 8:00 - 9:30 AM Washington Road Campus, T321 Course #: MSB-055-A3 Tue., Feb. 5, 8:00 - 9:30 AM Washington Road Campus, T321 Course #: MSB-055-A4 Tue., Apr. 9, 8:00 - 9:30 AM Washington Road Campus, T321 PresentationSkillsWorkshop As an entrepreneur or small business owner, there are many times you will have to speak in front of an audience. This includes speaking in front of employees, making presentations to potential customers, investors, bankers and other social groups. Public speaking takes practice and experience to reach a desired level of comfort.

Learn tools and techniques to feel comfortable in front of an audience. As a busi- ness owner, you are the face of your business, and being confident with public speaking will positively reflect on your business’s image. Total Cost: $69 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MSB-067-B2 Tue., Dec. 11, 6:00 - 8:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T315 Course #: MSB-067-A3 Tue., Jan. 22, 6:00 - 8:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T317 Course #: MSB-067-B3 Tue., Mar. 19, 6:00 - 8:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T317 Career & Professional Training Miller gave us the confidence that we were on the right track.

The programs that they offer, the networking opportunities at their events… it helps get you motivated. I even picked up gigs from some of the folks I met at those events!

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Career & Professional Training UnderstandingBusinessInsurance Every business is different when it comes to insurance needs and requirements for coverage. Learn about the various types of business insur- ance that are available and which ones make sense for your business. Get tips on what and how much insurance to buy and make sure you have the basis for understanding how to right size your insurance needs.

Total Cost: $69 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MSB-072-A3 Tue. & Thu., Jan. 15 & 17, 6:00 - 8:00 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T315 Course #: MSB-072-B3 Tue. & Thu., Mar. 5 & 7, 6:00 - 8:00 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T315 UnderstandingAccountingandFinancial Statements You have a good product or service, but are your accounting and business skills up to par? Learn the basics of business accounting and small busi- ness principles, and how to understand financial statements and other business documentation. Instructor: Sam Miller, CPA Total Cost: $69 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: MSB-121-B2 Tue. & Thu., Dec. 11 & 13, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T325 Course #: MSB-121-A3 Tue. & Thu., Jan. 22 & 24, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T315 Course #: MSB-121-B3 Tue. & Thu., Feb. 26 & 28, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T315 Course #: MSB-121-C3 Tue. & Thu., Mar. 5 & 7, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T317 Course #: MSB-121-A4 Tue. & Thu., Apr. 23 & 25, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T315 SmallBusinessMarketingWorkshop People like stories. Good stories capture their attention and are easy for others to retell.

Each business has a unique story. Your business story should illustrate how your business works, what it offers to customers and why people should want to do business with you. Come to this fun workshop and work with others to tell your story better. Whether it is in advertising, on social media or through word-of-mouth, better business stories promote better business results. Total Cost: $89 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MSB-069-A3 Fri., Jan. 18, 8:00 - 9:30 AM Washington Road Campus, T321 Course #: MSB-069-B3 Fri., Feb. 1, 8:00 - 9:30 AM Washington Road Campus, T321 Course #: MSB-069-C3 Fri., Mar.

22, 8:00 - 9:30 AM Washington Road Campus, T321 Course #: MSB-069-A4 Fri., Apr. 19, 8:00 - 9:30 AM Washington Road Campus, K203 SWOTAnalysisWorkshop-Identify YourBusiness’sStrengths,Weaknesses, OpportunitiesandThreats Identifying your business’s Strengths, Weak- nesses, Opportunities and Threats is imperative to planning and executing a good overall strategy. Learn how to develop your own SWOT analysis.

Total Cost: $69 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MSB-071-A3 Wed., Jan. 16, 6:00 - 8:30 PM Washington Road Campus, T315 Course #: MSB-071-B3 Wed., Feb. 13, 6:00 - 8:30 PM Washington Road Campus, T315 Course #: MSB-071-C3 Wed., Mar. 13, 6:00 - 8:30 PM Washington Road Campus, T315 Course #: MSB-071-A4 Wed., Apr. 17, 6:00 - 8:30 PM Washington Road Campus, T317 For additional information, visit www.MillerSmallBusiness.com. Keynote and Presentation 8 a.m. – noon • Hear from the Governor’s Office of Small, Minority & Women Business Affairs.

Procurement Fair 1 – 3 p.m.

• Connect with procurement officers from state and county agencies. Put your business on the fast track for growth: • Get It Right! Improve business operations • Get Known! Tell a better business story • Get Connected! Generate interest and make sales FREE ADMISSION Registration is required: carrollcc.edu/GetBusinessNow or call 410-386-8100. 084-10-19-1018 MIL Carroll County’s Signature Business Conference Partners: Carroll County Chamber, Carroll Tech Council, MAGIC, SBDC Md. Get Business Now!

Friday, March 15 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Washington Road Campus 020-03-19 Explore Carroll’s CREDIT PROGRAMS at www.carrollcc.edu/degree Interested in a degree? 15 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment 15 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Career & Professional Training NEW!GameChangersforSmallBusiness Are you a smooth operator? See what a smooth-running business should look in this interactive workshop.

Find out how to move the needle in the areas of finance, sales, operations and customer service. These learned techniques enable business owners and entrepreneurs to ignore the fear of failure. Total Cost: $69 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MSB-073-A3 Tue., Jan. 15, 8:00 - 9:30 AM Washington Road Campus, T315 Course #: MSB-073-B3 Tue., Mar. 5, 8:00 - 9:30 AM Washington Road Campus, T315 NEW!Hiring&RetainingKeyEmployeesin Today’sTightLaborMarket Use these learned techniques to hire and keep key employees in today’s tight labor market - which is expected to tighten even further.

These techniques are based on real-life experiences in markets experiencing full employment and massive employee churn.

Total Cost: $69 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MSB-074-A3 Thu., Feb. 7, 8:00 - 9:30 AM Washington Road Campus, T315 Course #: MSB-074-A4 Thu., Apr. 11, 8:00 - 9:30 AM Washington Road Campus, T315 Online Classes AccountingFundamentals Increase your financial awareness and better manage your small business finances. Learn the basics of double-entry bookkeeping and how to analyze and record financial transactions. Get hands-on experience with handling accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes and various common banking activi- ties. Cover writing checks, preparing an income statement and closing out accounts at the end of each fiscal period.

Build a solid foundation in financial matters.

Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: FIN-124-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: FIN-124-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: FIN-124-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: FIN-124-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc. Specialized Classes and Workshops BloggingWorkshop Learn how to set up a blog and the basic techniques for getting started. Building an online journal of your business’s activity is an inexpensive way to increase awareness of your business, build a customer base and get sales.

Total Cost: $89 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MSB-068-C2 Mon. & Wed., Dec. 10 & 12, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 Course #: MSB-068-A3 Mon. & Wed., Feb. 11 & 13, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T323 Course #: MSB-068-B3 Mon. & Wed., Apr. 8 & 10, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T323 PassiontoProfit:HowtoGofromBlogging toBuildingaProfitableBusinessDoingWork ThatYouLove What was once thought of as a hobby is now being used as a platform to help build successful and profitable businesses. This course is for people who have a blog but are making very little or no income, and for small business owners who are interested in starting a blog to help take their businesses to the next level.

Learn about branding, social media, building your audience, marketing and devel- oping a strategy to take your blog from passion to profit. Blogging is no longer just something you only do late at night - it can be a platform to build a full-time business that you love. Total Cost: $89 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MSB-114-A3 Tue. & Thu., Jan. 8 & 10, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K203 Course #: MSB-114-B3 Tue. & Thu., Mar. 19 & 21, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 AccountingFundamentalsII Build on the knowledge in Accounting Funda- mentals or another introductory accounting course, and gain a solid understanding of corporate accounting practices.

Explore special journals, uncollectible accounts receivable, plant assets, depreciation, notes and interest, accrued revenue and expenses, dividends, retained earnings and various financial reports for corporations. Increase your financial aware- ness and accountability while also gaining a marketable skill.

Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: FIN-125-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: FIN-125-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: FIN-125-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 12 sessions)  Course #: FIN-125-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc. CreatingaSuccessfulBusinessPlan Turn your business ideas into a solid plan for financing and long-term success. Committing your idea to paper in the form of a business plan not only increases your chances of obtaining financing, but also keeps your business strategically focused.

With the support of your instructor and a network of like-minded students, you’ll work through all of the major components of writing a business plan and emerge with your first draft in hand. Most importantly, you will have completed the first - and most difficult - step on the path to small business success.

Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: SBA-485-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18, - (12 sessions)  Course #: SBA-485-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: SBA-485-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: SBA-485-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc. 16 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Career & Professional Training MarketingYourBusinessontheInternet Find out how to market your business on the internet, even if you have little or no money to spend.

Discover proven methods that will help you establish an internet presence and build an online brand identity. You will learn how search engine optimization (SEO) works and how to track your site’s performance using web analytics. Understand how to use online advertising, email marketing and social media (including blogs) to drive business to your website. Learn how to keep your visitors coming back! Learn to think strategically about marketing your website, products and services using internet technologies. Explore how to use an Internet marketing checklist and other tools to develop a sound online business strategy.

Take away the skills and knowledge you need to develop a winning internet marketing plan for your business.

Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: SBA-432-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: SBA-432-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: SBA-432-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: SBA-432-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc. MasteryofBusinessFundamentals Every small business owner needs practical business experience in strategic planning, management and finance. Understand the significance of strategic planning and discover how external and internal environmental factors affect your business.

Learn about various organizational structures and deter- mine how to use leadership, motivation and control for maximum impact. Find out how successful organizations use performance measurements to stay on track. Master the fundamentals of accounting and increase your knowledge of key financial terms, cash flow management, financial statements and cost control. Learn the difference between financial and cost accounting, discover various financial investment models and learn the basics of financial planning and budgeting methods. Gain an understanding of the basic principles of business law, contracts and the principal-agency relationship.

Explore the forms of business organization and learn about ethics and organizational politics.

Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: MGT-114-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: MGT-114-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: MGT-114-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: MGT-114-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc. SmallBusinessMarketingonaShoestring When it comes to marketing for small busi- nesses, money isn’t everything. Learn how to use the same marketing tricks the big compa- nies employ-without making a big dent in your wallet.

As you build your own customized marketing plan step-by-step, discover how to attract your target audiences, entice customers to buy your product or service, and keep buyers coming back for more. In addition, find out how to generate the referrals that are crucial to your company’s success. Get tips on evaluating your tactics, tracking your results and fine-tuning your approach. The small business marketing strategies you’ll learn will fit into any budget, and some are even free! Master cost-effective strategies including strategic partnerships, local marketing, search engine optimization, social networking, e-mail marketing, lead genera- tion and niche marketing.

Review real-world examples from other small businesses similar to yours. Finish with a personalized plan of action for increasing your sales-all on a shoestring budget.

Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: SBA-604-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: SBA-604-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: SBA-604-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: SBA-604-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc. UnderstandingtheHumanResourceFunction No matter what role we play in an organization, we are all affected by human resources. This course helps people without experience in human resources to understand this link in the organizational chain.

It will prepare managers and business owners to handle basic human resource functions to ensure the best possible result. Topics include the hiring process, locating quality employees in a competitive labor market, and employee rights and the legal side of the human resource field. Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: MGT-091-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: MGT-091-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: MGT-091-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: MGT-091-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar.

13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc.

DigitalandSocialMedia AdvertisingonSocialMedia As the visibility of social media organic (free) posts decreases in social media feeds, organiza- tions must consider ways to increase their presence through social media paid advertising. Explore the trends of social media advertising and learn best practices for creating a strategy and the basics for getting started to advertise on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Total Cost: $105 (includes $60 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-807-A4 Mon. & Wed., Apr. 1 & 3, 6:30 - 8:30 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 17 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Digital and Social Media Certificate IntroductorySeminarinDigitaland SocialMediaX A report by the Content Marketing Institute shows marketers favor social media marketing tactics over other forms by 87%, likely due to the high Return on Investment (ROI). Learn the basic tenets of digital and social media marketing, including establishing and building a consistent and bold brand across all media platforms. Students will receive instructions and a rubric for the final capstone projects including the development of a comprehensive digital and social media plan. First required course in the Digital and Social Media Certificate.

Total Cost: $105 (includes $60 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-772-A3 Mon. & Wed., Feb. 4 & 6, 6:30 - 8:30 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K204 SocialMediaStrategiesandTacticsX Analyze how social media tools serve as listening and outreach tools for building brand or cause awareness and promoting issues. Create a social media strategy to reinforce your brand online through tools such as social networks, internet forums, message boards, blogs, podcasts, and picture and video sharing. Create a written plan for achieving business goals through digital and social media strate- gies as an integral component of marketing campaigns.

Focus on the elements of building a successful tactical social media roadmap, including the operational requirements for a successful social media presence. This is a hybrid class with an online component. Prereq- uisite: DAP-772 Introductory Seminar in Digital and Social Media. Second required course in the Digital and Social Media Certificate. Total Cost: $259 (includes $60 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-837-A3P Mon. & Wed., Feb. 11 - 27, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (6 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 PresentationswithPreziX Engage your audience with dynamic visual presentations using Prezi, a cutting-edge platform.

Discover the benefits of using Prezi and how to create a stimulating presentation from scratch. Learn how to add graphics and video, animate and share a Prezi presentation. The course also covers best practices for creating and presenting your Prezi presentation. Prerequisite: basic keyboard, mouse skills and familiarity with Windows and the internet. Total Cost: $105 (includes $60 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-839-A3 Tue. & Thu., Feb. 19 & 21, 6:00 - 8:00 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 InboundE-MarketingX Inbound marketing is a highly effective method of attracting potential customers through organic search engine results, the blogosphere and social media.

Inbound marketing provides greater return on investment and more effective results than traditional outbound marketing, where marketing messages are “pushed” out to potential customers. Discover how to identify your ideal target audience, how to attract customers, what kind of content to share with them, how to use landing pages and forms to collect names and email addresses, and how to implement lead-nurturing campaigns that result in sales. Learn how to monitor, measure and manage the integrated results of your inbound marketing activities, focusing on the data that matters and how it is influenced by visitor engagement.

Total Cost: $105 (includes $60 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-776-A3 Mon. & Wed., Mar. 4 & 6, 6:30 - 8:30 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 Career & Professional Training Business DigitalandSocialMediaProgram CapstoneX This capstone course is an in-depth review of the certificate program content. Students will present and defend a strategic digital and social media plan they plan to implement, manage and assess in their workplace. Faculty and peers will listen, ask questions, assess and provide feedback on the effectiveness of the plan and lessons learned. Last course in the Digital and Social Media Certificate.

Prerequisites: DAP-772, DAP-837 and DAP-775; and one of DAP- 771-DAP-776, DAP-777, DAP-779 or DAP-839. Final required course in the Digital and Social Media Certificate.

Total Cost: $105 (includes $60 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-778-A4P Mon. & Wed., Apr. 8 & 10, 6:30 - 8:30 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 HumanResources FinancialBootCampfor HumanResourcesProfessionals Human resources professionals must under- stand the financials of their organization to be a true strategic partner and savvy decision- maker. Learn about the three major financial statements, common financial terms and their meanings, budgeting types and how to align them with the organizational mission and goals, using cost-benefit analysis for improved decision making, and mitigating financial risk through human resources policies and practices.

Approved for SHRM-SCP/CP and HRCI SPRH credits.

Total Cost: $169 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MGT-513-A4 Fri., May 17, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T315 X This symbol indicates that a course is part of a Continuing Education certificate program. See page 3 or www.carrollcc.edu/cecertificates for more information. 020-03-19 Explore Carroll’s CREDIT PROGRAMS at www.carrollcc.edu/degree Interested in a degree? 18 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Business Career & Professional Training Managementand Leadership LeadingChangeintheWorkplaceX When faced with change, you have one of three choices: lead, follow or get out of the way.

Choose to lead! This course will help managers deal with change in the workplace, both personally and as a leader of their team. Topics include understanding both positive and negative effects of change, learning personal response to change, helping to lead employees through change, seeing change as an opportu- nity and communication during change. Total Cost: $115 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MGT-414-A2 Thu., Dec. 13, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T317 Course #: MGT-414-A4 Tue., Jun. 4, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T315 LeadingHighPerformanceTeamsX Transform your team into a high performing one.

Learn the basics of team dynamics, the stages of team formation and how to utilize individual strengths to bring out the best in all team members. Learn about your own leadership style and explore its impact on team performance.

Total Cost: $115 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MGT-415-B2 Tue., Dec. 18, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T317 Course #: MGT-415-A4 Tue., Jun. 18, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T315 ManagementBasics:Foundations forSuccessX Get the core skills you need to ensure success as a manager or front line supervisor. Learn about the role of a manager and contemporary management theories. Topics include team building, relationship building, communications, delegation, professionalism and ethics. Total Cost: $190 (includes $60 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: MGT-410-A3 Tue. & Thu., Feb. 5 & 7, 11:30 AM - 4:40 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T317 BuildingaWinningTeam:Interviewing, Selecting&HiringEmployeesX Building a successful team begins with effective interviewing and hiring processes. Learn behavioral interviewing techniques, how to spot red flags in the application process, how to objectively review candidate interviews and ways to effectively orient newly hired employees to your organization. Total Cost: $115 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MGT-401-A3 Thu., Feb. 21, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T317 EffectivePerformanceAppraisalsX Learn the factors that affect employee perfor- mance: how to document both good and poor performance, how to create SMART goals and how to write employee development plans that motivate.

Rater errors, pitfalls to avoid and tips for conducting a successful appraisal meeting will also be discussed. Essential training for managers and supervisors.

Total Cost: $115 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MGT-380-A3 Tue., Mar. 5, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T317 CoachingEmployeestoPeakPerformanceX Raise the bar on employee performance! Learn the manager’s role as a coach, the four facets of performance coaching, how to diagnose performance issues, elements of coaching conversations, and explore ways to reward and recognize employee progress. Recommended for managers and supervisors. Total Cost: $115 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MGT-381-A3 Tue., Mar. 19, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T317 ManagingUsingEmotionalIntelligenceX Learn about the power of Emotional Intelligence (EI) and its effect on employee engagement, motivation, productivity and retention of top talent in your organization.

Explore Emotional Intelligence theories, and assess and learn your own EI style. Identify your areas of strength, as well as opportunities for improvement.

Total Cost: $135 (includes $50 fees); includes assessment MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MGT-399-A4 Tue., Apr. 2, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T315 HRLegalIssuesforManagersX Learn about the human resource function and legal issues that impact a manager’s role. Get an overview of the major employment laws and work with case studies to apply the principles learned. Total Cost: $115 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MGT-400-A4 Tue., Apr. 16, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T315 ConflictManagementX Create a climate of collaboration.

Learn about the five-conflict management styles, identify your individual style and learn which conflict management styles are most effective in various situations. Explore benefits and outcomes of conflict that is well managed. Total Cost: $135 (includes $50 fees); includes assessment MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MGT-411-A4 Tue., Apr. 30, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T315 FosteringDiversityintheWorkplaceX Learn how people from different backgrounds and experiences contribute to the richness and the competitive edge of any organization. Explore ways to create an atmosphere of inclusion, understanding and appreciation for individuals that will enhance creativity, collabo- ration and increase overall team performance.

Total Cost: $115 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MGT-412-A4 Thu., May 9, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T315 CommunicationSkillsforManagersX Managers must be effective communicators at all levels of the organization. Whether commu- nicating to your team members, peers or your own manager, this course will help you hone both your communication and influencing skills, and help you deliver the right message for winning outcomes.

Total Cost: $115 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MGT-413-A4 Thu., May 23, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T315 19 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Career & Professional Training Business | Child Care and Educational Professionals Continuing Education Courses Register and begin a 3-hour Continuing Education class anytime between the start date and end date. Supervising Children in Child Care (3 hours) Conflict Resolution Strategies (3 hours) Cultural Competencies and Awareness (3 hours) Developmentally Appropriate Practice (3 hours) Family & Community Partnerships (3 hours) Including All Children and the ADA (3 hours) Introduction to Environmental Rating Scales (3 hours) Nutrition and Active Living (3 hours) Observation and Assessment Birth-12 (3 hours) Online Child Care Classes Align your program with Maryland EXCELS.

Reach higher Maryland Child Care Credential levels. Playground Safety (3 hours) Positive Child Guidance and Discipline Theory (3 hours) Resources That Guide Daily Planning (3 hours) Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) (2 hours) Supporting Breastfeeding in Child Care (3 hours) Supporting Children with Disabilities (3 hours) Taking Learning Outside (3 hours) The Child Care Provider as a Professional (3 hours) For complete course descriptions and registration information, visit carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment. 164-10-18-0518 CAR • Complete courses at your own pace, with instructor guidance. • Access to a computer, the internet and email required.

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Business | Child Care and Educational Professionals Career & Professional Training OSHA/Safety The following courses are offered in partnership with the Chesapeake Region Safety Council. All courses are held at Carroll Community College. For more information, call Sandra Fournier at 410-386-8574. OSHA2264PermitRequiredConfined SpaceEntry Mon. - Wed., Dec. 10 - 12, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM (3 sessions) ConfinedSpaceTraintheTrainer Thu., Dec. 13, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM OSHA7845RecordkeepingRuleSeminar Mon., Feb. 25, 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM OSHA511-BasicCourseinGeneralIndustry Mon. - Thu., Mar. 11 - 14, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM (4 sessions) OSHA30HourConstructionSafety Mon.

- Thu., Mar. 18 - 21, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM (4 sessions) OSHA7300-OSHA’sPermitRequired ConfinedSpaceStandard Mon., Apr. 8, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM OSHA503-TrainerUpdatefor GeneralIndustry Tue. - Thu., Apr. 9 - 11, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM (3 sessions) OSHA501-OutreachTrainerfor GeneralIndustry Mon. - Thu., Apr. 15 - 18, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM (4 sessions) 28th Annual ChildCare TrainingDay Saturday, March 23 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Carroll Community College 084-02-19-1018 CAR Training for Child Care Professionals • Packed with innovative ideas, valuable resources and hands-on activities to promote excellence in child care.

• Earn a Continuing Education Certificate for 6 clock hours and Core of Knowledge hours.

• Earn 1 PAU. Look for event details in early February on the web and in the mail. CHILD CARE AND EDUCATIONAL PROFESSIONALS SchoolAgeChildCare ChildCareAdministration InfantsandToddlers ChildGrowthandDevelopment MethodsandMaterialsinEarlyChildhood Nutrition,HealthandSafetyin EarlyChildhood The classes above are offered in the credit format. For more information, call Admissions at 410-386-8430. The Maryland State Department of Education/ Office of Child Care provides funding through the Child Care Career and Professional Development Fund Award to credentialed child care providers who wish to pursue a college degree in early childhood education, education for children, child development, family studies or related disciplines.

• Application due date: March 1 each year. Late applications will not be processed.

• For more information, contact Heather Bailey at hbailey@carrollcc.edu or 410-386-8383. MedicationAdministrationfor ChildcareProviders Provides an overview of medication administra- tion procedures in childcare centers and family childcare homes. Topics include practices and procedures for administering over-the-counter and selected prescription medications to children in accordance with state childcare licensing requirements, observation methods, recording procedures, forms and schedules, and safe handling techniques. Six Core of Knowledge hours awarded.

Instructor: Cheryl Kemp Total Cost: $99 (includes $37 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: CCT-182-A3 Sat., Feb. 23, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, K133 020-03-19 Explore Carroll’s CREDIT PROGRAMS at www.carrollcc.edu/degree Interested in a degree? 21 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Construction Trades Career & Professional Training Manufacturing/ Engineering AutoCAD1-Basic2D Learn the basic 2D features of the latest versions of AutoCAD. This introductory course covers drawing setup, basic construction and editing tools, layer management, object properties, basic annotation with text and dimensions, and an introduction to layouts and plotting. Content is available online for 3 months after enrollment. Total Cost: $835 (includes $835 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XXP-047 Online, start anytime. For information go to http://carrollcc.theknowledgebase.org AutoCADFundamentalsCertificate This Certificate training program covers all aspects of 2D Computer-Aided Drafting and Design with the latest versions of AutoCAD.

It also includes an introduction to basic 3D modeling concepts, ensuring the graduate of this program will have a sound fundamental understanding of both 2D and 3D skills for working with AutoCAD. These three basic courses are essential for architects, engineers, interior designers and all those involved in the production of technical drawings. Content is available online for 9 months after enrollment. Total Cost: $2,445 (includes $2,445 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XXP-054 Online, start anytime. For information go to http://carrollcc.theknowledgebase.org GeometricDimensioningand TolerancingFundamentals Learn the concepts of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, as used in the manufacture of products by experienced machinists.

Learn how GD process is used to manufacture and inspect parts in accordance with ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) Y14.5 - 2009, which is the current national standard for Dimensioning and Tolerancing. Total Cost: $519 (includes $180 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: VOC-666-A3 Mon. & Wed., Jan. 14 - Feb. 18, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (10 sessions; no class 1/21) Washington Road Campus, T317 CONSTRUCTION TRADES HomeImprovement MHICLicenseExamPrep Start your home improvement business today. Prepare with an intensive review of the topics covered in the self-study contractor’s manual used for the exam. Topics include the MD Home Improvement Law, Door-to-Door Sales Act and a review of the various business and employee laws included in the exam. Business planning, start-up and operating considerations including sales and estimating are also covered. Instructor: Steve Klitsch Total Cost: $222 (includes $85 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: VOC-373-A3 Mon. & Tue., Mar. 11 - 19, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T315 HVAC ApplicationsinEnvironmentalSystems2X Gain additional competencies relating to installation, troubleshooting and repair of heating and cooling systems. Course includes refrigerant transition and recovery certification. Work with the instructor to identify required competencies. Prerequisites: Applications in Environmental Systems 1 or a working knowledge of heating and cooling systems. Required Text: Fundamentals of HVACR, 3rd Edition. Instructor: Charles Colson Total Cost: $407 (includes $65 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: VOC-094-A3P Mon., Feb. 18 - Apr. 29, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (10 sessions; no class 3/25) Carroll County Career and Technology Center Tuition$200 Pay in installments! Go to www.carrollcc.edu/factsplan to learn more!

ormore? 165-02-17 Earn whileyou Learn! Electrical • Offered in partnership with the Electrical Apprentice Program of Carroll County • Approved by the Maryland State Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation For information and to apply for the program, contact Linda Daigle-Jones at 410-876-0484. HVACR • Offered in partnership with the Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors of Maryland (HACCMD) • Approved by the Maryland State Apprenticeship and Training Council For information and to apply for the program, contact Stephanie Anderson at 410-431-8889 or sanderson@haccmd.org or visit www.haccmd.org 164-11-18-0618 BTS 22 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Construction Trades Career & Professional Training Introductionto3DPrinting 3D Printing is not only the future - it’s now! Gain cutting-edge, hands-on 3D printing experience while learning the ins and outs of this prototyping and additive manufacturing process. Use design software to create a viable 3D printed prototype while learning how to set up and calibrate a 3D printer. This class may use Google SketchUp, TinkerCad and Simplify 3D. No prior 3D printing, design or manufacturing experience necessary.

Total Cost: $99 (includes $70 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-811-A4 Mon.

& Wed., Apr. 8 & 10, 6:00 - 8:00 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, C074 MaintenanceTechnician Maintenance technicians need a thorough understanding of how machines and systems function to keep them running without breakdowns and maintain service for their expected lifespan and beyond. Get an intensive overview of skills necessary for manufacturing maintenance from the basic principles of power transfer and rigging safety to PLCs and robotics. Content is available online for 18 months after enrollment.

Total Cost: $1,695 (includes $1,695 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XXG-165 Online, start anytime For information go to https://careertraining.ed2go.com/carrollcc/ PrintReading Gain a basic understanding of print reading and interpretation for manufacturing using the latest ANSI standards. Learn a variety of valuable skills including the interpretation of lines and symbols, three view projects, scale drafting interpretation, projects of cylindrical work, one view projection, full and half section interpretations, conventional representation of thread system, common fractions and decimal fractions.

Total Cost: $590 (includes $130 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: VOC-664-A3 Mon. & Wed., Feb. 25 - Apr.10, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (12 sessions; no class 3/25 & 3/27) Washington Road Campus, T317 ProcessTechnician Gain an intensive overview of skills necessary to become a process technician. Learn about math, inspection, safety, machining, quality, electrical systems, automation, mechanical systems, motor controls, fluid systems and joining to work as a process technician. Content is available online for 12 months after enroll- ment.

Total Cost: $1,995 (includes $1,995 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

 Course #: XXG-166 Online, start anytime For information go to https://careertraining.ed2go.com/carrollcc/ SolarPowerProfessional In this online program, you’ll learn the funda- mentals of photovoltaic “PV” solar powered energy systems, gaining the knowledge you’ll need for an entry level position with a dealer, installer, or other photovoltaic industry company. Content is available online for 3 months after enrollment.

Total Cost: $1,895 (includes $1,895 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XXG-167 Online, start anytime For information go to https://careertraining.ed2go.com/carrollcc/ Trades Local employers are hiring now for the spring. Build your skills today for an entry-level position! NEW!VocationalReadiness Job seekers in manufacturing and trades will learn the skills necessary for winning a job interview and career success. Learn how to make a positive first impression, the value of teamwork and professionalism at work, update your résumé and job search practices. Total Cost: $127 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: MGT-515-A3 Tue., Feb. 19 - Mar. 12, 6:00 - 8:00 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T325 OSHA10ConstructionSafety Facilitators identify safety and health principles that help you meet OSHA requirements. Special emphasis is places on areas in construction that most commonly result in worker injury or property damage. Learn about basic instruc- tional approaches, improving compliance communication and training at the work site. Offered in partnership with the Chesapeake Region Safety Council. For more information, call Sandra Fournier at 410-386-8574. Mon. & Tue., Mar. 18 & 19 (2 sessions) Mon., 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Tue., 8:00 - 11:45 AM Washington Road Campus, K115 MathandMeasuringforManufacturing Learn the fundamentals of math and measuring in manufacturing.

Practice applying general math concepts as it relates to the job setting. Topics include adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing whole numbers, fractions and decimals; the metric system and metric units of length, weight, volume and temperature; basic algebra; basic geometry; tan volumes; electrical calculations; and reading graphs.

Total Cost: $280 (includes $115 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: VOC-665-A4 Mon. & Wed., Apr. 15- May 1, 6:00 - 8:00 PM (6 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T315 Welding BasicWeldingX This course provides an introduction to gas and arc welding for beginning welders. Learn the safe and proper handling of welding equipment. Topics include welding and oxy- acetylene safety, electrode/filler metal selection, metal cutting techniques, and the basics of arc, MIG and TIG welding. The proper selection of appropriate welding process and electrode for various metals is also covered.

Gain practical experience with welding equipment. For safety reasons, students must wear long sleeve shirt, long pants and hard shoes. Cost includes welding helmet and tools, additional personal safety equipment and basic tools. Total Cost: $680 (includes $360 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: VOC-015-A3 Mon., Jan. 28 - Apr. 15, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (10 sessions; no class 3/18 & 3/25) Carroll County Career and Technology Center Course #: VOC-015-B3 Tue. & Thu., Feb. 12 - Mar. 14, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (10 sessions) Carroll County Career and Technology Center 23 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Construction Trades | Health Care and Human Services Career & Professional Training NEW!AdvancedWelding2X Hone your welding skills for a desired applica- tion and prepare for the American Welding Society (AWS) D1.1 Welding Certification Exam. Continue to practice your technique and prepare a test plate for evaluation as part of the exam. Supervision and feedback will be provided as you complete a project consistent with those found in the workplace and prepare for the exam. Total Cost: $880 (includes $330 fees) Exam voucher not included. MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: VOC-728-A3P Tue.

& Thu., Mar. 19 - May 16, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (15 sessions; no class 3/26, 3/28 & 4/11) Carroll County Career and Technology Center Total Cost: $1,100 (includes $520 fees) Exam voucher included.

MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: VOC-728-A3PWC Tue. & Thu., Mar. 19 - May 16, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (15 sessions; no class 3/26, 3/28 & 4/11) Carroll County Career and Technology Center HEALTH CARE AND HUMAN SERVICES Career training programs with clinical components may require that students pass a background check and/or drug screening at the student’s expense. These services are provided through a third party agency and are reviewed by the clinical site. The site may refuse entry to any student based on the results. Failure to complete any required background check or drug screening by the due date will result in the student being dismissed from the course.

Nursing HighFidelitySimulationfor HealthCareEducators Do you have a simulator (manikin) but don’t know how to use it? Find out how to incorpo- rate simulation into your existing curriculum. Learn the basics of running simulations, from setting up the scenario and controlling the manikin, to meeting the learning objectives of the students. Developed for the novice in running simulations. Use of high fidelity simulators explained and demonstrated with hands-on activities in a simulation lab. 9 contact hours.

Course #: NRS-415 Dates and times customized for your group. Call Advantage C: A Service of Carroll Community College at 410-386-8095.

NurseRefresherPt.2:ClinicalX Build upon the skills and knowledge covered in Part I (NRS-419). Topics include managing patient care, documentation, medication administration, emergency procedures, evaluation of patient care and team member responsibilities. A session in our state-of-the-art simulation lab is included. Criminal background checks and drug testing, at additional cost, are required at least 30 days prior to the start of this training.

Total Cost: $919 (includes $325 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: NRS-420-A3MP Tue., Thu. & Sat., Jan. 5 - Feb. 7, first session 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM, Tue. & Thu., 5:30 - 10:30 PM, and Sat., 6:45 AM - 3:30 PM (14 sessions; no class 1/19) First session Washington Road Campus, N209 All other sessions Carroll Hospital Center NEW!NursingAdmissionExamPrep Assess your proficiency in the basic academic subjects required for nursing school applicants. Review the basic verbal, math and science skills tested on entrance exams. Test-taking skills and practice questions are included. Students are eligible for a certificate showing course completion, but no credit is awarded.

Access to the internet and basic computer skills are required. Students must use a Carroll Community College email address, provided at registration. Completion of this course or score on the admission exam does not guarantee admission to the Nursing program at Carroll Community College. See the Nursing degree program at www.carrollcc.edu for prerequisites for admission to the College’s Practical or Registered nursing courses.

Total Cost: $153 (includes $45 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: NRS-422-A3 Jan. 7 - Feb. 1 Online ECG/EKGforNurses A valuable resource for nurses to learn the fundamentals of reading and interpreting ECGs, this course includes nine instructional modules with quizzes, ten exercises to practice reading and interpreting ECG strips, and a comprehensive course exam. The course covers cardiac anatomy and physiology, electrical basis of ECGs, dysrhythmias, changes associated with myocardial ischemia and necrosis, and ECG changes associated with artificial pacemakers. Once registered, students will have access for six months.

Offered in partnership with Condensed Curriculum International (CCI). Students should register online through Instant Enrollment.

Total Cost: $699 (includes $699 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XHT-003 Online For information go to www.healthedtoday.com/carrollcc TrainingProgramfortheRegistered NurseCaseManager/DelegatingNurse inAssistedLiving Trains the RN who delegates nursing func- tions including medication administration in the assisted living setting and/or teaches medication administration to the medication technician in assisted living. MBON approved. Meets the training requirements for registered nurses who are delegating nurses in assisted living. Prerequisite: Current, active Maryland RN license in good standing.

Total Cost: $230 (includes $130 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: NRS-331-A3P Fri. & Sat., Mar. 22 & 23, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, N205 SpanishforHealthcare Hear and respond to native speakers online. A self-paced course for nurses, doctors, healthcare professionals and anyone working with Spanish-speaking patients. Learn basic greetings, general vocabulary, job titles, admis- sions and insurance terms, physical exam terms, body parts and organs, discharge instructions, common injuries and accidents. The course is 16 hours of instruction, but the content is available online for six months after enrollment.

Total Cost: $165 (includes $165 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XXZ-091 Online, start anytime. For information go to http://carrollcc.theknowledgebase.org. 020-03-19 Explore Carroll’s CREDIT PROGRAMS at www.carrollcc.edu/degree Interested in a degree? 24 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Health Care and Human Services Career & Professional Training CertificateinPainAssessment andManagement This certificate provides an overview of the mechanisms of pain, the multidisciplinary methods of assessment, management, and treatment of pain, which include adults, children, and the elderly with cancer related and non-cancer related pain. Total Cost: $85 (includes $80 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-023-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions) Course #: AHE-023-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions) Course #: AHE-023-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions) Course #: AHE-023-C3 Wed.

& Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc.

CertificateinPerinatalIssues The Certificate in Perinatal Issues is a multidis- ciplinary educational experience designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of individuals who provide care and support for childbearing women, newborns, and families. Total Cost: $125 (includes $120 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-024-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions) Course #: AHE-024-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions) Course #: AHE-024-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions) Course #: AHE-024-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc and click on Healthcare and Medical Alternative Health Education AromatherapistCareerPrep Aromatherapy is the fragrant art of using aromatic oils for therapeutic purposes.

Essential oils can be used safely at home for many ailments. This course takes you through from the extraction to the application of the oils for therapeutic purposes, and covers aromatherapy massage techniques. This course enables you to successfully practice as an aromatherapist. Content is available online for 12 months after enrollment.

Total Cost: $1,025 (includes $1,025 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XXP-002 Online, start anytime. For information go to http://carrollcc.theknowledgebase.org. Thinking about a career as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA or GNA)? Get a jump start into a high-demand career helping others with the new Earn While You Learn employer partnership program. Program benefits through local employers may include opportunities for: • Employer-paid tuition and fees for Carroll Community College’s CNA/GNA training • Part-time work during training • Full-time employment after successful completion of training For more information and to apply, contact a participating employer directly: • Carroll Lutheran Village 410-848-0090 • Lorien, Taneytown 410-756-6400 • Right at Home 410-871-9804 084-06-19-1018 BTS EarnWhileYou LearntoBecomea CNA/GNA CertificateinComplementaryand IntegrativeHealth Enhance your professional marketability by gaining a broad understanding of complemen- tary and integrative health care options.

Total Cost: $210 (includes $144 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: AHE-332-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-332-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22(12 sessions) Course #: AHE-332-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-332-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc and click on Healthcare and Medical CertificateinSpirituality,Health,andHealing Enhance your professional marketability by recognizing the impact spiritual values and beliefs have on health and healing.

Total Cost: $210 (includes $190 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: AHE-334-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-334-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-334-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-334-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc and click on Healthcare and Medical IntroductiontoNaturalHealthandHealing Learn how to promote wellness, balance, and health in all aspects of your daily life. Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

 Course #: XXQ-241-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: XXQ-241-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: XXQ-241-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: XXQ-241-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc and click on Healthcare and Medical 25 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Health Care and Human Services Career & Professional Training Nutrition NutritionalConsultantCareerPrep Explore the importance and principles of nutrition, the responsibilities of the nutrition consultant and the career opportunities available. Topics include the fundamentals of healthful nutrition, the building blocks, and supplements and drugs with nutritional benefits. This interactive certification course utilizes hands-on assignments and collaborative assignments like wikis and discussion groups that allow students to share what they have learned with others in the course. Content is available online for 12 months after enrollment.

Total Cost: $1,675 (includes $1,675 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XXP-010 Online, start anytime. For information go to http://carrollcc.theknowledgebase.org We are so happy with our newly hired CNA, Lauren! Lauren came on board with us right after the completion of her CNA program at Carroll Community College, and she is doing a phenomenal job so far with our clients. I believe the Carroll CNA program definitely prepared Lauren very well. Thank you Carroll Community College, and thank you Lauren! —CNA Employer, Summer James at 2nd Family Tuition assistance may be available for eligible non-credit students.

Visit www.carrollcc.edu/tuitionassistance for additional information. 165-03-17 NEED HELP PAYING FOR CAREER TRAINING? Long-TermCareTraining Certified Nursing Assistant Carroll’s CNA training offers: • High quality training • Job search assistance • Free online job search • Employer contacts • An outstanding reputation that makes our CNAs sought by local employers! Scholarships may be available. Call 410-386-8096. Prerequisites: All three must be completed before starting CNA Part 1. • AHE-257 CNA Preparation • AHE-315 BLS Provider or current AHA BLS Provider CPR card • Students must take the College’s reading placement test no later than one week before the first session of CNA Part 1.

Place- ment testing can be scheduled by calling the Admissions Office at 410-386-8430. Identify yourself as a Continuing Education student and indicate you are registering for the CNA training program. In lieu of placement testing you may provide a copy of your college degree or a college transcript documenting successful completion (C or above) of college level reading. CNAPreparation Prepare for the challenges of becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant. Get the foundation you need to be successful in the classroom as well as the workplace. Sharpen your skills in taking measurements and basic math.

Learn about communication, professionalism on the job and in the classroom, and teamwork. Other topics include résumés, application letters and how to prepare for interviews.

Total Cost: $249 (includes $43 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-257-A3 Mon., Tue., Thu. & Fri., Jan. 28 - Feb. 7, 8:30 - 11:15 AM, last session 8:30 - 11:45 AM (7 sessions) Washington Road Campus, N105 Course #: AHE-257-B3 Mon. & Wed., Feb. 4 - 25, 5:00 - 7:45 PM, last session 5:00 - 8:15 PM (7 sessions) Washington Road Campus, N205 CertifiedNursingAssistantTrainingPartIX Be employed as a CNA in a few weeks! Learn basic patient care skills, the CNA role on the healthcare team, disease processes, infection control and safety issues. Combined with the clinical portion (AHE-580), this course meets all requirements to be eligible for CNA certification in MD and prepares students for the GNA test.

Requires study time outside of class. Includes tests, which must be passed prior to starting clinical. Prerequisites: AHE-257 CNA Preparation, American Heart Association BLS Provider CPR. Students must take the College’s reading placement test no later than one week before the first session.

Total Cost: $1,060 (includes $140 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-042-A3BMP Mon., Tue., Thu. & Fri., Feb. 11 - Mar. 4, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM (13 sessions) Washington Road Campus, N209 Course #: AHE-042-B3BMP Mon., Wed. & Sat., Mar. 4 - Apr. 29, Mon. & Wed., 5:00 - 9:15 PM, and Sat., 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (18 sessions, no class 3/9, 3/16, 3/25, 3/27, 3/30, 4/6 & 4/20) Washington Road Campus, N209 CertifiedNursingAssistantTrainingPartIIX Build upon the skills and knowledge in Part I (AHE-042). Assume the role of the CNA in a long-term care facility under the supervision of an instructor.

Prerequisites: successful completion of Nursing Assistant Part I. Uniform, white shoes, written documentation of MMR and Varicella immunity, negative TB test or chest x-ray within last 6 months, Hepatitis B immunity or waiver, and American Heart Association BLS Provider CPR are required. Cost includes the fee for the NNAAP GNA exam which will be administered on campus at a date to be determined after successful completion of this course. Students responsible for additional costs such as applica- tion fee to MBON, required fingerprinting and background checks. These costs vary. All CNA students are required to attend the GNA skills lab (AHE-455) prior to the GNA exam.

Refer to the course listing for the skills lab and register now. Total Cost: $736 (includes $196 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-580-A3P Mon. - Fri., Mar. 5 - 12, 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM (6 sessions) Local Clinical Facilities Course #: AHE-580-A4P Mon., Wed. & Sat., May 1 - 20, Mon. & Wed., 5:00 - 9:15 PM, and Sat., 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM (9 sessions) Local Clinical Facilities Affordable Payment Plan Get the skills you need to be a CNA now! Use the FACTS affordable payment plan with a payment of $474.50 at the time of registration, then six monthly payments of approximately $220.34.

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Career & Professional Training Health Care and Human Services PatientCareTechnician CNAs, prepare for a new career as a patient care technician! Advance your CNA skills to work in a variety of healthcare settings, including hospitals. Be part of a multi-disciplinary team responsible for caring for patients requiring acute and chronic care. You will expand your skills to include complex health care procedures such as electrocardiograms, glucose moni- toring, intravenous therapy, wound care and urinary catheterization.

Students who success- fully complete this course are eligible to take the Certified Patient Care Technician/Assistant (CPCT/A) exam from the National Healthcareer Association. Students are also eligible to apply to the SOARING program, an internship that leads to a Clinical Technician position at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Prerequisites: Current CNA license; current American Heart Associa- tion BLS Provider CPR.

Total Cost: $1,145 (includes $110 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-318-A3BP Mon., Tue., Thu. & Fri., Mar. 18 - May 3, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM, last class 8:00 - 10 a.m. (21 sessions, no class 3/25, 3/26, 3/28, 3/29, 4/11, 4/12 & 4/19) Washington Road Campus, N209 HeartsaverFirstAid Recommended before seeking employment in Assisted Living facilities. See Health Care and Human Services/CPR and First Aid section for course details. CertificateinEndofLifeCare The Certificate in End-of-Life Care will enhance the knowledge and skills of health care profes- sionals and individuals who work with or care for those experiencing a terminal illness.

Total Cost: $150 (includes $114 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: AHE-019-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-019-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-019-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-019-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc and click on Healthcare and Medical GNASkillsLabX Provides skills practice for nursing assistants who are preparing to take the GNA (NNAAP) certification exam or for healthcare profes- sionals who need to brush up on a particular skill.

Refresh your technique for taking and recording blood pressure, pulse and respiration; providing peri-care; handwashing; ambulating a client; and any skills required by the GNA skills exam.

Total Cost: $79 (includes $40 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-455-A3 Wed., Jan. 9, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Washington Road Campus, N209 Course #: AHE-455-A4 Wed., Apr. 10, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Washington Road Campus, N209 Course #: AHE-455-B4 Wed., Jun. 19, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Washington Road Campus, N209 MedicineAideUpdate Meets the Maryland Board of Nursing renewal requirements for the Certified Medicine Aide. Designed to keep the practicing CMA informed and updated regarding new medications, non- parenteral drug administration, policies and practices, and medications needed by geriatric clients.

Emphasis is on new drug therapies and the role of the medicine aide in providing safe and competent care. Upon registration, students must submit a copy of their current CNA/GNA certification and proof of successful completion of their initial CMA training course in Maryland, and must verify current CNA practice of at least 16 hours within the last two years, must verify active practice as a CNA/GNA/ CMA in a licensed nursing home for at least 8 hours within the last two years, and must verify active practice as a CMA for 100 hours within the last two years. Verification can be provided by the employer on facility letterhead.

Please note: The Maryland Board of Nursing requires that this update be completed no more than 90 days before the expiration of the CNA/GNA/ CMA certification.

Total Cost: $91 (includes $40 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-120-A3MP Sat., Jan. 26, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Washington Road Campus, N201 Course #: AHE-120-A4MP Sat., Apr. 6, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Washington Road Campus, N209 AssistedLivingTraining AssistedLivingRequiredTraining Let our experts provide initial and annual training for the staff of your assisted living facility. Covers fire and life safety, infection control including standard precautions, basic food safety and emergency disaster plans—all in just one day. Documentation of training including content and training signature will be provided for each subject area.

Course #: AHE-581 Dates and times customized for your group. Call Advantage-C, a service of Carroll Community College, at 410-386-8095. AssistedLivingManager This is an approved 80-hour training for assisted living managers. Topics include the philosophy of assisted living, aging process and its impact, assessment and level of care waiver, service planning, clinical management, admission and discharge criteria, nutrition and food safety, dementia, mental health and behavior management, end of life care, management and operation, emergency planning, quality assurance and the survey process.

Total Cost: $920 (includes $390 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-113-A3 Thu., Mar. 7 - May 16, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM (10 sessions; no class 3/28) Washington Road Campus, N105 AssistedLivingManager Get 20 hours of Continuing Education. Assisted Living Manager may also be taken in modules approved by OHCQ to meet the requirement toward the 20 hours of continuing education training for assisted living managers. Modules review updated regulations and issues on relevant assisted living topics such as Aging, Level of Care, Nutrition and Food Safety, Dementia, Mental Health, Emergency Planning and Quality Assurance.

Call Millie Bahnsen at 410-386-8025 to schedule.

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Health Care and Human Services Career & Professional Training ClinicalPatientManagement inAssistedLiving These 10-hour modules provide customized Assisted Living continuing education based on students’ needs. Total Cost: $125 (includes $70 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: AHE-483-A4 Thu., Apr. 4 & 11 (2 sessions) Apr. 4, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM Apr. 11, 8:30 - 11:00 AM Washington Road Campus, N105 OperationalManagementinAssistedLiving These 10-hour modules provide customized Assisted Living continuing education based on students’ needs.

Total Cost: $120 (includes $70 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-287-A4 Thu., May 9 - 16 (2 sessions) May 9, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM May 16, 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM Washington Road Campus, N105 Alzheimer’sandRelatedDementiaTraining The more you know, the better you can care for someone with Alzheimer’s and related dementia. Learn how the condition affects the brain and behaviors, how to assist the patient with communication and activities of daily living, and how to recognize and respond effectively to problem behaviors. Satisfies the new employee training needs required by Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Total Cost: $75 (includes $75 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-045-A3 Sat., Feb. 23, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Washington Road Campus, N105 TrainingProgramfortheRegistered NurseCaseManager/DelegatingNurse inAssistedLiving See Health Care/Nursing section for course details. Activity Director ActivityDirector Prepare to work in long-term care facilities assisting residents with activities and social needs as an activity director. Topics include the role of the activity director, programming options, the role of various therapies in activity programming, options and uses for adaptive equipment and interventions, management of resident and community volunteers including recruitment, training and recognition, documentation, structure planning for optimal use of environment, and establishing and facilitating group and individual participation.

Upon successful completion, students will be prepared to work in a long-term care setting including assisted livings, adult day programs, retirement communities and community centers. Content is available online for 6 months after enrollment.

Total Cost: $695 (includes $695 fees). MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XXG-144 Online For more information and course registration details, go to https://careertraining.ed2go.com/carrollcc Aging and Health This bundle of three online courses (Healthy Aging, Gerontology, and Brain Health) is for healthcare providers and provides instruction on healthy aging, the specialized field of gerontology and supporting brain health to foster health, happiness and well-being. Topics include the impact of nutrition and physical activity on aging, physiologic changes in the health aging brain, role of intimacy and sexuality in healthy aging, the field of gerontology and how to meet the needs of that special population, and supporting brain health.

Register for all three courses, or courses may be taken individually as listed below. Total Cost: $249 (includes $195 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: AHE-331 Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc and click on Healthcare and Medical 084-05-19-1018 CAR FREE! Be job ready in as little as two months! Thursday, Jan. 17, 6 –7:30 p.m. Washington Road Campus, M157 Drop in to talk with instructors and program managers to learn about these high-demand, non-credit health care training programs: • Assisted Living Manager • CNA • Dental Assistant • EKG Technician • Medical Assistant • Medical Biller • Medical Coder • Medical Transcription Editor • Patient Care Technician • Pharmacy Technician • Phlebotomy Technician • Sterile Processing Technician • Emergency Medical Technician Find out about: • Program requirements • Class schedule • Resources available to help pay for training Course #: XXB-140-A3 No cost, but you must register to reserve your seat.

Register online at carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment or call Continuing Education and Training at 410-386-8100. HealthCare Training InformationSession 28 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Career & Professional Training Health Care and Human Services CertificateinBrainHealth This continuing education course is for healthcare providers and provides instruction on supporting overall health and happiness through lifestyle choices that impact brain health. Topics include brain structure and function; neuroplasticity, neurogenesis and epigenetics; impact of activities and life experi- ences on brain health and overall well-being. Total Cost: $205 (includes $150 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: AHE-017-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-017-A3 Wed.

& Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-017-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-017-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc and click on Healthcare and Medical OtherHealthCare Occupations Behavioral Health Carroll Community College is an approved provider of continuing education for the Maryland State Board of Social Work Examiners, Board of Exam- iners of Psychologists, and the Board of Profes- sional Counselors and Therapists. Appropriate CEUs will be awarded for successful completion of the courses that follow.

TheNeurobiologyofAnxietyand WhattoDoAboutIt The prevalence of diagnosed anxiety disorders rose from 2-4% in 1980 to 18-25% in 2010. At the same time, there has been a surge in the understanding of the neurobiological etiology of anxiety and its manifestations. However, despite this increased knowledge, the evolution of treatments has paled in comparison. Gain an understanding of the neurobiology of anxiety, concrete methods to educate clients, and specific therapeutic tools to reduce symptoms and improve overall functioning. 3.5 clock hours. Instructor: Anne Arena, MA, CAS Total Cost: $62 (includes $20 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: SCW-001-A3 Tue., Feb. 5, 5:30 - 9:15 PM Washington Road Campus, K132 CertificateinHealthyAging This continuing education course is for healthcare providers or individuals working with the aging population and provides an overview of specific aspects of aging to provide a long-term foundation for treatment of the senior community and overall health during the later years of life. Topics include nutrition and healthy aging; the healthy aging brain; physical activity and healthy aging; centenarians and keys to longevity, intimacy, sexuality and healthy aging.

Total Cost: $205 (includes $150 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: AHE-029-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-029-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-029-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-029-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc and click on Healthcare and Medical CertificateinGerontology The Certificate in Gerontology represents a specialization in the field of gerontology. It is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of individuals who work with older adults by providing an educational experience that is multidisciplinary in nature.

Total Cost: $205 (includes $150 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: AHE-333-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-333-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-333-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-333-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc and click on Healthcare and Medical NEW!TherapeuticApplicationsofDBTfor AdolescentsandAdults Dialectical Behavior Therapy is a highly acclaimed treatment for dysregulated individuals with personality disorders.

Since its inception, DBT has been reconceptualized and the utility of the therapeutic techniques used outside of inpatient clinical settings and across many other conditions characterized by emotional dysregulation has been well estab- lished. Specific applications and adaptations of DBT for outpatient settings will be explored. 3 clock hours. Instructor: Anne Arena, MA, CAS Total Cost: $56 (includes $20 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: SCW-003-A3 Tue., Mar. 5, 6:00 - 9:15 PM Washington Road Campus, K132 TheNeurobiologyofTraumaand Trauma-SpecificInterventions- EssentialsforClinicians It has been well documented that trauma experienced early in life significantly shapes an individual’s physical, emotional and intellectual development.

This introductory course will focus on current research and knowledge about the neurobiological impact of trauma on development across the individual’s lifespan. Implications for trauma-specific treatment interventions will be highlighted. 3.5 clock hours. Instructor: Anne Arena, MA, CAS Total Cost: $62 (includes $20 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: SCW-002-A4 Tue., Apr. 23, 5:30 - 9:15 PM Washington Road Campus, K115 Dental IntroductiontoDentalAssistingX Gain entry-level dental assisting job skills in this course, approved by the Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners. Topics include termi- nology, anatomy, charting and medical history, instruments, four-handed dentistry, restorative materials, oral hygiene, infection control, sterilization and OSHA regulations.

This hands- on course provides practice on equipment in a dental operatory/lab and practice using dental software. Prerequisite: Professional Preparation in Healthcare AHE-196. Course includes an online component; internet access required. Total Cost: $965 (includes $150 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: AHE-063-A3BP Tue. & Thu., Feb. 26 - Apr. 11, 5:30 - 9:45 PM (12 sessions; no class 3/26 & 3/28) Washington Road Campus, M161 29 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Health Care and Human Services Career & Professional Training X This symbol indicates that a course is part of a Continuing Education certificate program. See page 3 or www.carrollcc.edu/cecertificates for more information. OralRadiographyX Further your dental assisting career and prepare to sit for the DANB Radiation Health and Safety exam.

This course is approved by the Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners. Completion of a three-hour, hands-on clinical practicum is required. You may complete the clinical at your place of employment or at the Maryland State Dental Association (see details below). Course includes an online component; internet access required.

Register for this section if you will be completing your clinical requirements at the Maryland State Dental Association. Clinical session scheduled individually at a date/time convenient to student and instructor. Prereq- uisite: You must either be working as a dental assistant or have proof of successful completion of a basic dental assisting course. Total Cost: $855 (includes $270 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-298-A4BPC Thu., Apr. 18 - Jul. 11, 6:30 - 9:45 PM (13 sessions; no class 7/4) Washington Road Campus, M161 Register for this section if you are currently employed as a dental assistant and will be completing your clinical requirements at your place of employment.

Prerequisite: You must be employed as a dental assistant and employer must be willing to oversee clinical requirements at place of employment.

Total Cost: $705 (includes $142 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-298-A4BP Thu., Apr. 18 - Jul. 11, 6:30 - 9:45 PM (12 sessions; no class 7/4) Washington Road Campus, M161 ExpandedFunctions:GeneralChairside Round out your dental assistant training with this Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners- approved course. Learn advanced tasks that require increased skill and responsibility. Prepare for the Maryland General Dental Assisting Expanded Functions Exam (MDG). Prerequisites: You must be employed as a dental assistant and employer must be willing to oversee clinical requirements at place of employment.

A working knowledge of oral anatomy, dental terminology and infection control is required. Oral Radiography certifica- tion is preferred, but not mandatory. Total Cost: $685 (includes $140 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: AHE-099-A4BP Tue., Apr. 16 - Jul. 2, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (12 sessions) Washington Road Campus, M161 RadiationSafetyUpdate Renew your certification as a Dental Radia- tion Technologist. Gain an update on safety and technological advances related to the placement and exposure of dental radiographs. Topics include fundamental principles of radiography, patient safety and operator safety. Approved by the Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners. 8 CEUs. Total Cost: $199 (includes $64 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-270-A4 Thu., Apr. 18 - May 2, 6:30 - 9:45 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, M161 EKG Technician Take your prerequisites now for fall course.

Next session starts September 2019. Call Diana Dannettel at 410-386-8122 for more informa- tion.

EKGTechnicianTrainingIX Launch your career as a cardiographic techni- cian. Learn the basics of cardiac anatomy and physiology, patient preparation, EKG place- ment and monitoring, and basic arrhythmias. Successful completion of EKG Technician Training I and II prepares students to sit for the Certified Cardiographic Technician Examination offered by Cardiovascular Credentialing Inter- national. Prerequisites: Professional Preparation in Healthcare AHE-196; Medical Terminology for Health Careers AHE-149 (online course Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach AHE-044 also accepted); Anatomy and Physi- ology for Health Careers AHE-282 (online course Human Anatomy and Physiology AHE-650 also accepted); and must have a current AHA BLS Provider CPR card.

EKGTechnicianTrainingIIX Continue your training with practice using Holter monitors. Learn about pacemakers and how to identify irregularities of the heart and more complex arrhythmias. Emphasis is placed on stress testing, complex heart rhythms and electrical disturbances. Cardiac modalities and pharmacology are also covered. Prerequisite: Successful completion of EKG Technician Training I. EMT Next session starts August 2019. Call Diana Dannettel at 410-386-8122 for more informa- tion. EmergencyMedicalTechnician1X Train to become an Emergency Medical Techni- cian (EMT) and receive National Registry EMT certification.

Topics include medical, legal and ethical issues, basic anatomy and physiology, patient care management, medical emergen- cies, basic cardiac life support, respiratory emergencies and pharmacological treatments. Classroom hours will be held during the week and lab hours will be scheduled on weekends. Course includes 45 hours of classroom instruction, 21 hours of distance learning and 48 lab hours. Students must be 18 to enroll. This is the first in a two-course series. Students must successfully complete both Emergency Medical Technician 1 and Emergency Medical Technician 2 to sit for the National Registry EMT written exam and the MIEMSS practical evalu- ation.

Course includes an online component; internet access required.

EmergencyMedicalTechnician2X Continue your Emergency Medical Technician training. Topics include trauma emergencies and appropriate treatment, EMS operations and Advance Support assistance, and special patient populations including obstetrics and neonatal care, pediatrics, geriatrics and patients with special challenges. Classroom hours will be held during the week and lab hours will be sched- uled on weekends. Course includes 16 hours of classroom instruction, 12 hours of distance learning and 32 lab hours. Students must be 18 to enroll. This is the second in a two-course series. Prerequisite: Emergency Medical Techni- cian 1.

Students must successfully complete both Emergency Medical Technician 1 and Emergency Medical Technician 2 to sit for the National Registry EMT written exam and the MIEMSS practical evaluation. Course includes an online component; internet access required. Tuition assistance may be available for eligible non-credit students.

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Career & Professional Training Health Care and Human Services Build Your Medical Office Career Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Introduction to Electronic Health Records HIPAA Training Medical Terminology for Health Careers Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Introduction to Electronic Health Records HIPAA Training Medical Terminology for Health Careers Medical Billing for the Physician’s Office Medical Administrative Assistant Professional Preparation for Medical Assistants Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Introduction to Electronic Health Records HIPAA Training Medical Terminology for Health Careers Medical Billing for the Physician’s Office Medical Administrative Assistant Professional Preparation for Medical Assistants Introduction to Health Introduction to Healthcare Systems Basic Math for Healthcare Workers BLS Provider Pharmacology Medical Assistant Mod 2 Courses Medical Assistant Mod 3 Courses Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Introduction to Electronic Health Records HIPAA Training Medical Terminology for Health Careers Certified Professional Biller (CPB) American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) Introduction to Electronic Health Records HIPAA Training Medical Terminology for Health Careers Medical Billing for the Physician’s Office Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Introduction to Electronic Health Records HIPAA Training Medical Terminology for Health Careers Medical Billing for the Physician’s Office Medical Administrative Assistant Professional Preparation for Medical Assistants Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Introduction to Electronic Health Records HIPAA Training Medical Terminology for Health Careers Medical Billing for the Physician’s Office Medical Administrative Assistant Professional Preparation for Medical Assistants Introduction to Health Introduction to Healthcare Systems Basic Math for Healthcare Workers BLS Provider Pharmacology Medical Assistant Mod 2 Courses Medical Assistant Mod 3 Courses For more information about these in-demand career tracks, contact Diana Dannettel at 410-386-8122.

Receive up to four national certifications by learning buildable skills!

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Career & Professional Training Health Care and Human Services Health Information Technology MedicalBillingforthePhysician’sOfficeX Learn the lifecycle of a billing claim and how medical insurances work with the billing process in a physician’s office. Work with electronic medical records and bill claims using medical billing software. This course prepares you for the Certified Professional Biller (CPB) national certification exam offered by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

Total Cost: $515 (includes $60 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: AHE-199-A4B Mon. & Wed., Apr. 8 - May 22, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (14 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K203 CPCMedicalBillingandCoding Learn medical billing and coding from the comfort of your home with this online, instructor-facilitated program. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be prepared for an entry-level position as a medical biller and/or coder in a medical office setting. This course prepares you to sit for the Certified Professional Coder (CPC) national certification exam. The registration fee for this exam is included in course cost. All materials included. Internet access required.

You will have 12 months to complete 340 hours of curriculum. Total Cost: $2,695 (includes $2,695 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XXG-022 Online, start anytime For more information and course registration details, go to https://careertraining.ed2go.com/carrollcc (see Health and Fitness/Medical) ProfessionalMedicalCodingandBilling withAppliedPCS Train for a career in medical coding and learn the specialized skills needed to assign the standardized codes used to bill for healthcare services in medical offices and hospitals. Prepare for five national certification exams: Certified Coding Associate (CCA), Certified Coding Specialist (CCS), Certified Coding Specialist – Physician-based (CCS-P), Certified Professional Coder (CPC) and Certified Outpa- tient Coder (COC).

Coding support instructors will help determine which exam is right for you. In addition to personalized instructor and graduate support, students receive e-books, industry codebooks, access to online references, a one-year AHIMA student membership and a voucher for one of the national certification exams. Career Step has partnered with RCM Health Care Services to increase both remote and traditional employment opportunities for students completing this training. You will have 12 months to complete 640 hours of curriculum. Internet access required. All materials included. Total Cost: $3,699 (includes $3,699 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

 Course #: XHT-001 Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.careerstep.com/carrollcc Affordable Payment Plan Get the skills you need to be a Medical Coder now! Use the FACTS affordable payment plan with a payment of $949.75 at the time of registration, then 6 monthly payments of approximately $462.38. MedicalTranscriptionEditor Join the growing field of medical transcription editing. Approved by the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI), this online course prepares you to accurately transcribe medical dictation and edit transcrip- tion created by voice-recognition software.

Train in medical word building, anatomy and pathophysiology, healthcare documentation, pharmacology, editing, theory and technique. Enrollment includes transcription foot pedal, companion textbooks, AHDI membership and a voucher to take the Registered Healthcare Documentation Specialist (RHDS) exam. High school diploma or GED® required. Internet access required. Courses begin on the first of each month. You will have 12 months to complete 640 hours of curriculum. Total Cost: $2,899 (includes $2,899 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XXZ-210 Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.careerstep.com/carrollcc Affordable Payment Plan Get the skills you need to be a Medical Transcrip- tion Editor now! Use the FACTS affordable payment plan with a payment of $749.75 at the time of registration, then 6 monthly payments of approximately $362.38.

Medical Assisting is projected to be one of the fastest growing occupations. Upon successful completion of training: • Earn a Workforce Training Certficate. • Become eligible for national certification as a Clinical Medical Assistant through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). Medical Assistant Training is now approved by the U.S. Department of Education for Pell Grant funding. Eligibility is determined through completion of the FAFSA. For more information, contact the Office of Financial Aid at 410-386-8437.

See Workforce Training Certificates for Career Entry section for course details.

All courses may not be offered in each schedule. Medical Assistant Training “We are so fortunate to have Carroll Community College, with their Medical Assisting program, right here in our community. They do a great job of preparing students for the Medical Assistant role. It is a great source of qualified applicants for us.” —Bruce Timmcke, Human Resources Business Partner Carroll Health Group 165-14-17-0617 CAR 32 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Health Care and Human Services Career & Professional Training MedicalAdministrativeAssistantX Taken in conjunction with the Medical Assistant classes, this course provides front office training for individuals pursuing a career in a doctor’s office or clinic. Topics include appointment scheduling, coding, billing and records management. Textbook required. Prerequisite: Completion of Module 1 of the Medical Assistant Training. Total Cost: $417 (includes $112 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: AHE-243-A4BP Tue., Apr. 30 - Jun. 25, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (9 sessions) Washington Road Campus, N105 MedicalAssistantClinicalIX Clinical externship combining front and back medical office skills.

Medical Assistant students who have successfully completed Modules 1 and 2 of their training will have an opportunity to practice administrative and clinical skills in a clinical setting working with the staff, patients and families visiting the physician’s office for well and sick visits. Prerequisites: Completion of Modules 1 and 2 of the Medical Assistant Training. Students must register for Medical Assistant Clinical 1 and Medical Assistant Clinical II at the same time.

Total Cost: $746 (includes $80 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-240-A3P Mon. - Fri., Feb. 25 - Mar. 8, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (10 sessions) Local Clinical Facilities MedicalAssistantClinicalIIX Medical Assistant students will continue and complete their clinical externship combining front and back medical office skills. Prerequisite: AHE-240 Medical Assistant Clinical I. Students must register for Medical Assistant Clinical 1 and Medical Assistant Clinical II at the same time. Total Cost: $726 (includes $60 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-241-A3 Mon. - Fri., Mar.

11 - 22, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (10 sessions) Local Clinical Facilities HIPAATrainingX IntroductiontoElectronicHealthRecordsX See Health Care/Medical Assistant section for course details.

MedicalTerminologyX See Health Care/General Health Care Education for course details. Medical Assistant Become eligible for national certification as a Clinical Medical Assistant through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). An application must be completed for this training. Call 410-386-8100 for information. Medical Assistant Training is approved by the U.S. Department of Education for Pell Grant funding. Eligibility is determined through completion of the FAFSA. For information, contact the Financial Aid office at 410-386-8437.

The following courses are available to students currently enrolled in the Medical Assistant Training program, unless otherwise noted in the course description.

ProfessionalPreparationfor MedicalAssistants Learn the essentials of a successful student and employee in the field of medical assisting. Cultivate your professional image starting in the classroom as a professional student. Set yourself apart for your job search through professionalism. Prepare to become the type of medical assistant that employers seek. Topics include communication, working well on teams, respecting and valuing differences, availability of healthcare careers in the local region, marketing your skills to potential employers, résumés, application letters and how to prepare for interviews.

Total Cost: $515 (includes $40 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-312-A3B Thu., Mar. 14 - Jun. 20, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (14 sessions; no class 3/28) Washington Road Campus, N105 BasicEKGTrainingX Learn the basics of EKGs, stress tests, Holter monitors, cardiac anatomy and physiology, patient preparation and patient confidentiality. Prerequisites: Medical Terminology for Health Careers (AHE-149) and must be a Medical Assistant student. Total Cost: $455 (includes $39 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: AHE-288-A3BP Mon. & Wed., Feb. 18 - Apr.3, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (12 sessions; no class 3/25 & 3/27) Washington Road Campus, N201 BasicMathforHealthCareWorkersX You need math to work in health care! Learn the math required for allied health courses and in the health care field.

Basic math functions will be reviewed and used to solve health care problems involving fractions, decimals, measurements and setting up basic algebraic equations. Total Cost: $155 (includes $40 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-146-A4P Tue., May 28 - Jun. 25, 6:00 - 8:15 PM (5 sessions) Washington Road Campus, N205 BasicPatientIntakeX Gain the knowledge and skills to perform patient intake and education in a clinical setting. Clinical skills include vital signs, patient histories, height, weight and universal precautions. Other skills include customer service, communica- tion, patient interview, documentation and principles of adult learning.

Textbook required. Prerequisite: must be accepted into a health care program requiring this course. Completion of Module 1 of the Medical Assistant Training and Phlebotomy for Health Careers.

Total Cost: $665 (includes $100 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-160-A4BP Tue., Thu. & Sat., Jun. 6 - Jul.16, Tue. & Thu., 6:00 - 9:45 PM, and Sat. 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (11 sessions; no class 6/8, 6/11, 6/18, 6/22, 6/25, 7/4 & 7/6) Washington Road Campus, N209 X This symbol indicates that a course is part of a Continuing Education certificate program. See page 3 or www.carrollcc.edu/cecertificates for more information. 33 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Health Care and Human Services Career & Professional Training PharmacologyX This course introduces the more commonly prescribed medications, their classifications, uses, and schedules, preparation, dispensation and common adverse reactions. Legal and ethical boundaries involving drugs will be addressed as well as how and why medications work, and proper drug handling and storage procedures. Prerequisites: acceptance into a Medical Assistant Program, Introduction to Health (AHE-144) and Introduction to Health- care Systems (AHE-145).

Total Cost: $345 (includes $40 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: AHE-275-A4BP Mon. & Wed., May 20 - Jun. 19, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (9 sessions; no class 5/27) Washington Road Campus, N205 PhlebotomyforHealthCareers Learn the basic techniques and procedures necessary to properly collect blood specimens. Topics include venous anatomy and physiology, blood collection systems, performance of veni- puncture, infection control and patient relations. Course includes 30 hours of classroom training plus 18 daytime hours of clinical practice at local labs. Prerequisites: Limited to Medical Assistant students and healthcare providers interested in improving their skills.

To begin a career as a phlebotomist, see Phlebotomy Technician Training. At time of registration, student must have current American Heart Association BLS Provider CPR card. Medical Assistant students must have also successfully completed Professional Preparation for Medical Assistants AHE-312. Uniform required. Criminal background check/drug testing and immuniza- tion information are required for the clinical portion at an additional cost. Information distributed at first class.

Total Cost: $650 (includes $117 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-289-A3BP Mon. & Wed., Jan. 7 - Feb. 11, 5:30 - 8:45 PM, Feb. 6 only 4:00 - 7:15 PM (10 sessions; no class 1/21) Washington Road Campus, M161 AnatomyandPhysiologyfor HealthCareersX See Health Care/General Health Care Education section for course details. BLSProviderX See Health Care/CPR and First Aid section for course details. MedicalTerminologyforHealthCareersX See Health Care/General Health Care Education section for course details.

HIPAATrainingX You think you know about HIPAA, but with this course you really will! Get an overview of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, Title II Administrative Simplification (HIPAA-AS).

Topics include background of HIPAA, overview of HIPAA-AS rules, privacy, transaction standards, code sets, and current and proposed privacy and security regulations and implemen- tation solutions. Total Cost: $71 (includes $24 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-147-A4 Sat., Apr. 13, 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM Washington Road Campus, N105 IntroductiontoElectronicHealthRecordsX Learn the fundamental principles of Electronic Health Records (EHR). Topics include the integration of technology into healthcare, clinical standard compliance, health data management concepts and EHR challenges.

Prerequisite: Medical Terminology for Health Careers (AHE149). Total Cost: $359 (includes $54 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: AHE-212-A4BP Thu., Apr. 4 - May 30, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (9 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K204 IntroductiontoHealthX What is health? Review the basic concepts of health, wellness and disease. Learn about stress and its effects; drug use, misuse and addiction; and nutrition and fitness. Students will also learn about the leading causes of death in the U.S. and dealing with death, loss and grief. Prerequisite: submit an application for Medical Assistant Training. Total Cost: $450 (includes $40 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: AHE-144-A3BP Mon. & Wed., Mar.

11 - Apr. 24, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (12 sessions; no class 3/25 & 3/27) Washington Road Campus, N205 X This symbol indicates that a course is part of a Continuing Education certificate program. See page 3 or www.carrollcc.edu/cecertificates for more information. Tuition$200 Pay in installments! Go to www.carrollcc.edu/factsplan to learn more! ormore? 165-02-17 IntroductiontoHealthCareSystemsX Learn about the current health care system from the perspective of the health care provider and the patient. Topics include managed care versus quality of care, types of health insurance available in the U.S., types of health care providers and their roles, regula- tions that influence health care delivery and ethical standards established by health care associations.

Prerequisite: AHE-144 Introduction to Health Total Cost: $211 (includes $40 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: AHE-145-A4BP Mon. & Wed., Apr. 29 - May 13, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (5 sessions) Washington Road Campus, N205 IntroductiontoLabTechniquesfor MedicalAssistantsX Get the entry-level job training you need to pursue a career as a medical assistant. Topics include medical ethics, communication skills, phlebotomy, pharmacology and a variety of medical office clinical skills. Prerequisites: Must be accepted into a Health Care Program requiring this course and have completed AHE-160 Basic Patient Intake. Total Cost: $840 (includes $95 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: AHE-211-A3BP Tue., Thu.

& Sat., Jan. 15 - Feb. 19, 5:30 - 9:45 PM (14 sessions; no class 1/19 & 2/9) Washington Road Campus, N209 Course #: AHE-211-A1BP Tue., Thu. & Sat., Jul. 18 - Aug. 22, Tue. & Thu., 5:30 - 9:45 PM, and Sat., 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (14 sessions; no class 7/20 & 8/10) Washington Road Campus, N209 34 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Health Care and Human Services Career & Professional Training Mental Health For behavioral health professional CEU courses, see the Health Care/Other Health Care Occupations/ Behavioral Health section. MentalHealthFirstAid A person you know could be experiencing a mental health or substance use problem. Learn a five-step action plan to help. You are more likely to encounter someone in an emotional or mental crisis than someone having a heart attack. Learn how to help a friend, family member, coworker or neighbor in need. Get trained in Mental Health First Aid. Take a course. Save a life. Strengthen your community.

No cost. Includes text. Course #: AHE-291-A3 Wed. & Thu., Jan. 23 & 24, 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K115 Course #: AHE-291-B3 Wed. & Thu., Mar. 13 & 14, 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K116 Course #: AHE-291-A4 Mon. & Tue., Apr. 22 & 23, 5:00 - 9:30 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, N202 YouthMentalHealthFirstAid A young person you know could be expe- riencing a mental health or substance use problem. Learn a five-step action plan to help. Anyone 18 or older can take Youth Mental Health First Aid, but it is recommended for those who regularly have contact with young people ages 12-18 such as teachers, coaches, social workers, faith leaders and other caring citizens.

Take a course. Save a life. Strengthen your community. No Cost. Includes text Course #: AHE-292-A3 Tue. & Wed., Feb. 19 & 20, 12:00 - 4:30 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K115 MentalHealthCareCareerPrep Mental Health Technicians are in high demand. This industry certification course prepares individuals to enter this growing field. Get a comprehensive overview of mental health care and the special needs of mental health patients. The full spectrum of mental health disorders will be discussed, along with information about the therapeutic interventions for each disorder. Learn how external factors such as substance abuse, poverty and culture impact a patient’s willingness to seek and participate in treatment.

Content is available online for 12 months after enrollment.

Total Cost: $1,595 (includes $1,595 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XXP-009 Online, start anytime For information go to http://carrollcc.theknowledgebase.org Optical OpticianCertificationTraining Opticians are in high demand in the job market, and the need for eye care professionals is constantly expanding. Gain the skills and knowledge needed to obtain an entry-level job as an optician and prepare for the American Board of Opticianry (ABO) certification exam. Master the mathematical formulas that opticians need to know, learn how to read prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses, explore the basics of eyewear styles and materials, become familiar with the equipment opticians use, learn about prisms and lens types, and gain an understanding of eye anatomy and eye diseases.

All materials included. Internet access required. . Content is available online for 6 months after enrollment to complete 150 hours of curriculum.

Total Cost: $1,895 (includes $1,895 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XXG-096 Online, start anytime For information go to https://careertraining.ed2go.com/carrollcc/ Pharmacy Technician Students must register for Pharmacy Technician Training I and II together, and courses must be taken consecutively. PharmacyTechnicianTrainingIX Prepare to enter the fast-growing field of pharmacy as a pharmacy technician with employment opportunities in retail, home care or hospital settings. Learn the practice of pharmacy and prepare to take a national pharmacy technician certification exam.

Begin your review of the top 200 drugs. Learn about pharmaceutical calculations, dosage unit conversions, medical terminology, controlled substances, and pharmacy law, regulations and ethics. Training includes a virtual component and practical experience working in a mock pharmacy. A strong foundation in math and computer concepts is recommended. High school diploma or GED® required for employ- ment and certification exam. Veterans: Pharmacy Technician Training is an approved program for Veterans Education Benefits. Call 410-386-8100 for more information. Total Cost: $692 (includes $103 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: AHE-356-A3BP Mon., Wed. & Thu., Feb. 11 - Mar. 18, 9:00 AM - 12:15 PM (16 sessions) Washington Road Campus, N201 In 2016, I completed the Pharmacy Technician Training program. The instructors went above and beyond in making sure that we knew absolutely everything we needed to prepare for the PTCE. I have worked in both a hospital pharmacy and, currently, an independent pharmacy. Thanks to this program and all of the instructors, I have a job that I enjoy going to every day. —Alynne Mather, Pharmacy Technician Completer 35 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Health Care and Human Services Career & Professional Training PhlebotomyTechnicianTrainingII:ClinicalX Continue your phlebotomy training with hands- on experience in various local labs, in coop- eration with Carroll Hospital Center. Uniform required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Phlebotomy Technician Training I: Theory. Total Cost: $619 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-077-A4P Mon. - Fri., Apr. 29 - May 8, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (8 sessions) Carroll Hospital Center PhlebotomyTechnicianTrainingIII:ClinicalX Refine your phlebotomy techniques in various local labs, in cooperation with Carroll Hospital Center.

Uniform required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Phlebotomy Technician Training II: Clinical.

Total Cost: $619 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-078-A4P Mon. - Fri., May 8 - 17, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (8 sessions) Carroll Hospital Center Affordable Payment Plan Get the skills you need to be a Phlebotomy Techni- cian now! Use the FACTS affordable payment plan with a payment of $565.75 at the time of registra- tion, then 6 monthly payments of approximately $270.38. Sterile Processing Technician Next session starts August 2019. Call Diana Dannettel at 410-386-8122 for more information. FoundationsforHealthcareCareersX Learn important healthcare concepts and professional career development skills to prepare for working in a healthcare setting.

Students are introduced to medical terminology, the current healthcare system structure and essential concepts such as HIPAA, documentation and medical records, patient rights, cultural competency, workplace professionalism, healthcare ethics and legal responsibilities, environmental safety, infec- tion control and first aid. Communication skills are practiced with focus on customer service and interpersonal communication concepts. Gain professional development skills in successful résumé and application writing, interviewing, and gaining and maintaining employment. Prerequisite: Students must either validate previous successful completion of a college reading course (C or above) or pass the College’s Reading Accuplacer test prior to registration.

To validate a college reading course, attach a copy of your transcript to your registration. To take the Reading Accuplacer test, call the Admissions Office at 410-386-8430. When taking the test, identify yourself as a Continuing Education student and indicate the course you are taking. Offered in partnership with Frederick Community College. X This symbol indicates that a course is part of a Continuing Education certificate program. See page 3 or www.carrollcc.edu/cecertificates for more information. PharmacyTechnicianTrainingIIX Complete your review of the top 200 drugs and continue practicing in the mock pharmacy.

Learn about aseptic technique, sterile and nonsterile compounding, medication safety, inventory management, OSHA regulations and durable medical equipment. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Pharmacy Technician Training I.

Total Cost: $805 (includes $106 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-361-A3P Mon., Wed. & Thu., Mar. 20 - May 8, 9:00 AM - 12:15 PM (19 sessions, no class 3/25, 3/27 & 3/28) Washington Road Campus, N201 Affordable Payment Plan Get the skills you need to be a Pharmacy Techni- cian now! Use the FACTS affordable payment plan with a payment of $380 at the time of registration, then 6 monthly payments of approximately $177.50 Phlebotomy Technician PhlebotomyTechnicianTrainingI:TheoryX In this initial 48-hour course, you’ll learn about anatomy and physiology of the circulatory system, specimen collection, specimen processing and handling, and laboratory operations including safety and quality control.

Successful completion of Phlebotomy Techni- cian Training I, II and III is required to sit for the ASCP national certification exam. Prerequisites: At time of registration, student must have a current American Heart Association BLS Provider CPR card. Student must also have successfully completed Professional Preparation in Healthcare (AHE-196). Criminal background check, drug testing and immunization informa- tion are required for the clinical portion at an additional cost. Information distributed at first class. Students must register for Phlebotomy I, II and III together, and all three courses must be taken consecutively.

Veterans: Phlebotomy Technician Training is an approved program for Veterans Education Benefits. Call 410-386-8100 for more information.

Total Cost: $925 (includes $140 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-200-A3BP Mon. & Wed., Feb. 25 - Apr. 24, 5:30 - 8:45 PM (16 sessions; no class 3/25 & 3/27) Washington Road Campus, M161 Hospital Tour: Apr. 22, 3:00 - 6:15 PM Carroll Hospital Center Tuition assistance may be available for eligible non-credit students. Visit www.carrollcc.edu/tuitionassistance for additional information. 165-03-17 NEED HELP PAYING FOR CAREER TRAINING? 36 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Health Care and Human Services Career & Professional Training SterileProcessingTechnician TrainingFundamentalsX Learn to work behind the scenes in healthcare settings such as hospitals, surgical centers and physicians’ offices to ensure medical instru- ments and equipment are properly cleaned, processed, assembled, sterilized, stored and distributed. This course includes a lecture and interactive lab component in the classroom providing hands-on experience. Topics include anatomy and physiology, microbiology, instru- mentation, safety standards, cleaning, decon- tamination, disinfection, preparation, infection control, sterilization process, packaging, wrapping, processing patient care equipment, sterile storage, distribution and inventory management, documentation and record management, ethics and standards.

Upon successful completion, students are prepared to take the Certified Registered Central Service Technician (CRCST) certification exam offered by the International Association of Healthcare Central Service Materiel Management (IAHCSMM). Prerequisite: Currently registered for or successful completion of Foundations for Healthcare Careers (AHE-316). Offered in partnership with Frederick Community College. SterileProcessingTechnician TrainingExternshipsX To receive Certified Registered Central Service Technician (CRCST) certification through the International Association of Healthcare Central Service Materiel Management (IAHCSMM), students must pass the CRCST certification exam and complete 400 hours of field experi- ence (externship).

Gain first-hand experience in general cleaning, wrapping and packaging, instrument and procedure tray assembly, steril- ization, sterile storage, patient care equipment, care carts, linen folding and distribution. Extern- ship locations vary throughout the greater Baltimore/DC/Frederick region. Students will receive a certificate of completion and may submit logged hours and experience to the International Association of Healthcare Central Service Materiel Management (IAHCSMM) for CRCST certification consideration. Cost includes background check and fingerprinting. Prerequisite: Currently registered for or successful completion of Sterile Processing Technician Training Fundamentals (AHE-299).

Provide evidence of a negative TB test or chest x-ray. Undergo a physical examination and provide proof of up-to-date immunizations. Provide a current American Heart Association BLS Provider CPR card. Undergo a background investigation. Drug testing may be required. Fees for background check are included in course fees. Students will receive paperwork for their physical exam, immunizations and background check at the beginning of the Sterile Processing Fundamentals course. Offered in partnership with Frederick Community College.

GeneralHealthCare Education Open to current or prospective healthcare workers, these courses prepare you with the terminology, basic knowledge of the body’s anatomy and physiology, and the professional skills required to be successful in a variety of healthcare professions. AnatomyandPhysiologyforHealthCareers In the healthcare field, a working knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the human body is essential. Learn the fundamental structure and physiology of the body, and the diseases and disorders that may result in impairment, deterioration or malfunction. This course is part of the Medical Assistant program and may also be used as a prerequisite for EKG Technician Training.

Total Cost: $435 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-282-A3B Thu., Jan. 3 - Mar. 21, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (12 sessions) Washington Road Campus, N205 HumanAnatomyandPhysiology Understand the intricacies and inner workings of the human body. Learn everything from cell anatomy to the functions of the different organ systems. Each lesson includes informa- tion about specific disorders that may result in impairment, deterioration or malfunction. By the end of this course, you will have a greater appreciation and understanding of the complexity of the human body.

This online course may be used as a prerequisite for EKG Technician Training. Internet access required. Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: AHE-650-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-650-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-650-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-650-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc. (See Healthcare and Medical/Ancillary.).

Tuition$200 Pay in installments! Go to www.carrollcc.edu/factsplan to learn more! ormore? 165-02-17 X This symbol indicates that a course is part of a Continuing Education certificate program. See page 3 or www.carrollcc.edu/cecertificates for more information. 37 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Health Care and Human Services Career & Professional Training MedicalTerminologyforHealthCareers An understanding of medical terminology is fundamental for anyone working in the health care field, whether direct patient care or medical office.

This course provides an in-depth study of medical terms. Emphasis is placed on learning the language of medicine in relation to the body systems rather than on rote memorization of terms. This course is part of the Medical Assistant program and is also a prerequisite for EKG Technician Training. Total Cost: $369 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: AHE-149-A3B Tue., Mar. 12 - May 21, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (10 sessions; no class 3/26) Washington Road Campus, N205 MedicalTerminology: AWordAssociationApproach Prepare for a career in healthcare by learning medical terminology in a memorable and enjoyable fashion. Learn medical terminology from an anatomical approach. Root terms are divided by each body system. The origin, a combined form and an example of non- medical everyday usage are provided for each root term. Word associations are provided as a learning tool. Root terms are combined with prefixes and suffixes as your learning will culminate in the interpretation of several paragraphs of medical notes.

This online course may be used as a prerequisite for EKG Techni- cian Training. Internet access required. Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-044-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-044-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-044-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: AHE-044-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc. (See Healthcare and Medical/Ancillary.) HeartsaverFirstAid Learn how to respond to and manage an emergency in the first few minutes until emergency medical services (EMS) arrives.

Designed to meet OSHA regulations, this course covers first aid basics for the most common life-threatening emergencies, how to recognize them, how to call for help and how to perform lifesaving skills. Upon successful completion, an AHA First Aid card will be issued, valid for two years. Books available prior to class upon request by calling Diana Dannettel at 410-386-8122.

Total Cost: $65 (includes $40 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-277-A4 Thu., Apr. 4, 6:00 - 9:15 PM Washington Road Campus, N106 BLSProvider BLS Provider training is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. This course is for healthcare professionals who need to know how to perform CPR, as well as other lifesaving skills, in a wide variety of in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings. You must demonstrate competency through both a written test and skills evaluation.

Upon successful completion, an AHA BLS Provider card will be issued, valid for two years. Books available prior to class upon request by calling Diana Dannettel at 410-386-8122.

Total Cost: $85 (includes $44 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-315-A3 Sat., Jan. 12, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, N106 Course #: AHE-315-B3 Sat., Jan. 26, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, N106 Course #: AHE-315-C3 Sat., Feb. 23, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, N106 Course #: AHE-315-D3 Sat., Mar. 9, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, N106 Course #: AHE-315-A4 Sat., Apr. 13, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, N106 ProfessionalPreparationinHealthcare Learn the essentials of becoming successful as a student and employee in today’s healthcare systems.

Topics include communication, working well on teams, respecting and valuing differences, and the importance of profes- sionalism. Discuss the availability of healthcare careers in the local region, marketing your skills to potential employers, résumés, application letters and how to prepare for interviews. Total Cost: $95 (includes $20 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-196-A3 Tue. & Thu., Jan. 31 - Feb. 7, 6:00 - 8:45 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, N105 Course #: AHE-196-B3 Wed., Feb. 6 - 20, 6:00 - 8:45 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, N202 CPRandFirstAid American Heart Association The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in BLS, ACLS and PALS and has developed instructional materials for this purpose.

Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association, and any fees charged for such a course do not represent income to the Association.

HeartsaverCPRAED:Adult,Infant,Child Learn the critical skills needed to respond to and manage an emergency until emergency medical help arrives. This classroom, video- based, instructor-led course is designed for anyone with limited or no medical training and teaches adult and child CPR and AED use, infant CPR, and how to relieve choking in an adult, infant and child. Upon successful completion, an AHA Heartsaver CPR AED card will be issued, valid for two years. Books available prior to class upon request by calling Diana Dannettel at 410-386-8122.

Total Cost: $75 (includes $46 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: AHE-303-A3 Sat., Feb. 16, 9:00 AM - 1:15 PM Washington Road Campus, N106 020-03-19 Explore Carroll’s CREDIT PROGRAMS at www.carrollcc.edu/degree Interested in a degree? 38 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Health Care and Human Services | Information Technology Career & Professional Training BLSProviderRenewal Renew your BLS Provider credential. Refresh your skills in recognizing several life-threatening emergencies, providing CPR, using an AED and relieving choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. You must demonstrate competency through both a written test and skills evalu- ation. Prerequisite: Current BLS Provider CPR card. Upon successful completion, an AHA BLS Provider card will be issued, valid for two years. Books available prior to class upon request by calling Diana Dannettel at 410-386-8122.

Total Cost: $75 (includes $44 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: AHE-064-A3P Sat., Feb. 9, 9:00 AM - 1:15 PM Washington Road Campus, N106 Course #: AHE-064-B3P Thu., Mar. 14, 5:00 - 9:15 PM Washington Road Campus, N106 Course #: AHE-064-A4P Sat., Apr. 27, 9:00 AM - 1:15 PM Washington Road Campus, N106 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ComputerBasics IntroductiontoComputers What are computers all about? Explore the basics of operating a personal computer. Learn to navigate within Microsoft Windows, work with documents and files, do basic word processing and explore the Internet. This practical and simple course gives students (no matter how old or young) the informa- tion needed to get started in the world of computing - and now includes topics previ- ously covered in Introduction to Windows - all in one course! No prior computer experience needed.

This course utilizes Microsoft Windows 10.

Total Cost: $165 (includes $165 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-577-A3 Mon., Tue., Wed. & Thu., Feb. 4 - 7, 9:00 AM - 12:15 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K204 Course #: XXZ-577-B3 Tue. & Thu., Mar. 5 - 21, 6:30 - 8:30 PM (6 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K204 IntroductiontoPCSecurity This course, taught by a security expert, will bring you up to speed on the fundamentals of PC and network security. Understand and explore the vulnerabilities of operating systems, software and networks. Get into the minds of hackers and crackers to develop an under- standing of the exploits they use to access your computer without your knowledge.

Find out why, where and how viruses, worms and blended threats are created. You’ll be able to identify and work to prevent DoS, SYN flooding and other network attacks. Learn a safe way to share files and data across the internet through a virtual private network. You will be able to install and configure a firewall to build an impenetrable moat around your computer or network.

Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: DAP-096-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: DAP-096-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: DAP-096-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: DAP-096-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc. IntroductiontoPCTroubleshooting Go step by step through typical hardware and operating system problems encountered by technicians, and learn troubleshooting techniques to decipher and solve any problem.

Once you’ve mastered the basics, launch into some of the more advanced problems that crop up on the PC and learn how to diagnose and fix those problems. Learn how to maintain and optimize a Windows PC.

Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: DAP-105-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: DAP-105-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: DAP-105-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: DAP-105-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc. Keyboarding Learn touch-typing or improve your existing typing skills. Use the Keyboarding Pro 5 program, a typing tutorial designed for personal computers, to learn how to touch- type, i.e., to type text you read without looking at your keyboard.

Learn how to create, edit and save word processing documents. As you improve your typing speed and accuracy, use the word processor’s timed writing feature to hone your skills. Learn posture tips to minimize fatigue and help prevent carpal tunnel syndrome. By the end of the course, you’ll know how to touch-type the alphabetic, numeric and symbol keys; create, save and edit word processing documents; and successfully take a timed writing test during a job interview. Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: DAP-347-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: DAP-347-A3 Wed.

& Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: DAP-347-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: DAP-347-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc.

 Online Course NEW!MasteringComputerSkillsfor theWorkplace www.carrollcc.edu/yougotclass/ Cybersecurity CompTIAA+CertificationPrep Prepare for the CompTIA A+ Certification exam. Topics include installing, upgrading, troubleshooting and configuring hardware, configuring operating systems and computer maintenance. Test voucher included in cost. Prerequisite: Prior industry experience or CYBR- 106 or CYBR-107 (credit courses). Total Cost: $492 (includes $242 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-799-A3BP Tue. & Thu., Jan. 22 - Feb. 7, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (6 sessions) Washington Road Campus, M062 39 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Information Technology CompTIASecurity+CertificationPrep Prepare for the CompTIA’s Security+ exam. Topics include cryptography, access control and identity management, application, data and host security, threats and vulnerabilities, compliance and operational security and network security. Test voucher included in cost. Prerequisite: Prior industry experience or CYBR-122 (credit course). Total Cost: $570 (includes $270 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-801-A4BP Tue. & Thu., Apr. 2 - 18, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (6 sessions) Washington Road Campus, M062 CompTIASecurity+SYO-501 Gain hands-on expertise to prepare for the CompTIA Security+ certification exam with course and performance-based labs.

Performance-based labs simulate real-world hardware and software interface environments and can be mapped to any textbook. This is an entry-level, international, vendor-neutral credential designed for IT security professionals to identify risk, participate in risk mitigation activities and provide infrastructure, informa- tion, operational and application security. The CompTIA Security+ SY0-401 exam covers the application of security controls to maintain confidentiality, integrity and availability; identification of appropriate technologies and products; troubleshooting security events and incidents; and much more.

Content is available online for 12 months after enrollment. Total Cost: $950 (includes $950 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XXP-034 Online, start anytime. For information go to http://carrollcc.theknowledgebase.org For more information go to www.carrollcc.edu/cyber CompTIAA+220-901and220-902 Gain hands-on expertise to prepare for the CompTIA A+ certification exam. The CompTIA A+ exam is a globally recognized, vendor- neutral exam designed for IT professionals. The 220-901 exam covers network connectivity issues, mobile device hardware, networking and troubleshooting hardware, and PC hardware and peripherals.

The 220-902 exam covers iOS, Android, Apple OS X and Linux, security, the fundamentals of cloud computing and operational procedures, and installing and configuring operating systems including Windows. Content is available online for 12 months after enrollment.

Total Cost: $995 (includes $995 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XXP-035 Online, start anytime. For information go to http://carrollcc.theknowledgebase.org CompTIANetwork+CertificationPrep Prepare for the CompTIA Network+ Certification exam. Topics include managing, maintaining, troubleshooting, installing and configuring basic computer network infrastructure. Test voucher included in cost. Prerequisite: Prior industry experience or CYBR-121 (credit course). Total Cost: $460 (includes $210 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DAP-800-A3BP Tue. & Thu., Feb.

19 - Mar. 7, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (6 sessions) Washington Road Campus, M062 CompTIANetwork+N-10-007 This course is for entry-level computer support professionals with a basic knowledge of computer hardware, software and operating systems who wish to increase their knowledge and understanding of networking concepts and acquire the required skills to prepare for a career in network support or administration, or who wish to prepare for the CompTIA Network+ certification (Exam N10-006). Content is avail- able online for 12 months after enrollment. Total Cost: $965 (includes $965 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

 Course #: XXP-062 Online, start anytime. For information go to http://carrollcc.theknowledgebase.org Career & Professional Training 118-12-18-0318 BTS CCTechHireisledbyCarroll CommunityCollege,Carroll TechnologyCouncil,Mid-Atlantic GigabitInnovationCollaboratoryand theCarrollCountyDepartmentof EconomicDevelopment Carroll County has been designated as a National TechHire Community > Recognized for our dedication to train and employ high tech talent > Technology jobs pay 35 – 50% above average > One million IT jobs will be vacant in 10 years due to lack of qualified workers > A growing number of tech jobs do not require a college degree Get started on the path to an in-demand career today through Information Technology courses at Carroll Community College, or to learn how you can get involved, visit Carrolltechcouncil.org/cctechhire.

Tuition assistance may be available for eligible non-credit students.

Visit www.carrollcc.edu/tuitionassistance for additional information. 165-03-17 NEED HELP PAYING FOR CAREER TRAINING? 40 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Financial QuickBooksProLevel1X Learn to navigate this user-friendly accounting software program to invoice your customers, receive payments, create statements, prepare estimates, and enter and pay bills. Additional topics include bank deposits, check writing, funds transfers, bank reconciliation, journal entries, credit cards, sales tax, loan payments and profit analysis.

Highly recommended: Familiarity with basic accounting/bookkeeping concepts, computer skills and use of Windows. Total Cost: $255 (includes $105 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DAP-591-A3 Fri., Jan. 25 - Feb. 8, 8:30 AM - 12:45 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K204 QuickBooksProLevel2X Upgrade your knowledge of QuickBooks Pro. Learn how to customize forms and create reports and graphs to better serve your clients. This course also covers payroll preparation, online banking and job estimates. Prerequisites: DAP-591, QuickBooks Pro Level 1. Familiarity with basic accounting/bookkeeping concepts, computer skills and use of Windows. Total Cost: $255 (includes $105 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DAP-762-A3P Fri., Feb.

22 - Mar. 8, 8:30 AM - 12:45 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K204 QuickBooksProCertifiedUserExamPrepX Prepare to sit for the Intuit QuickBooks Pro Certified User exam. Topics include managing payroll in QuickBooks, establishing new busi- ness accounts and producing a balance sheet, managing payroll and profit/loss statements. Test voucher included in course cost. Prerequi- site: DAP-762, QuickBooks Pro Level 2 Total Cost: $279 (includes $225 fees); includes text and exam voucher MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-124-A3P Fri., Mar. 22, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Washington Road Campus, K204 OfficeTechnology MicrosoftOfficeSkills: BuildingaStrongFoundation Are you new to Microsoft Office? Or are you looking to update your knowledge for your current job or a new one? This in-depth course will equip you with a solid foundation of the most relevant features for three key Office appli- cations: Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Learn how to create basic documents using Word, work with numbers and spreadsheets in Excel, and generate basic presentations with PowerPoint. Highly recommended: Experience with mouse, keyboard and Windows. This course utilizes Microsoft Office 2016.

Total Cost: $149 (includes $60 fees); text optional MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-126-A3 Mon., Tue., Wed. & Thu., Feb. 18 - 21, 9:15 - 11:45 AM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 Course #: DAP-126-A4 Tue. & Thu., Apr. 2 - 11, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, M062 WordLevel1X Learn to use many of the most powerful yet underused features in Microsoft Word to save you time. For beginners and those with experi- ence. Topics include creating, modifying and formatting documents, creating bulleted and numbered lists, setting tabs and working with tables. Highly recommended: Experience with mouse, keyboard and Windows.

This course utilizes Microsoft Word 2016. Total Cost: $149 (includes $95 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DAP-014-A3 Mon. & Wed., Jan. 14 - 23, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions; no class 1/21) Washington Road Campus, T321 Information Technology Career & Professional Training X This symbol indicates that a course is part of a Continuing Education certificate program. See page 3 or www.carrollcc.edu/cecertificates for more information. WordLevel2X Take your Word skills to the next level. Learn to develop and implement text styles, set up mail merges and utilize templates. Additional topics include setting up columns and sections, managing long documents, adding graphics and clip art, and working with common docu- ment types such as newsletters, brochures and manuals.

Prerequisite: Word Level 1 or equivalent experience. This course utilizes Microsoft Word 2016.

Total Cost: $149 (includes $95 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-015-A3P Mon. & Wed., Jan. 28 - Feb. 4, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K203 ExcelLevel1X Not just for those new to Excel! Take advantage of Excel’s powerful spreadsheet capabilities. Learn to construct and modify worksheets, incorporate formulas and functions, develop charts, hide data and utilize shortcuts. Addi- tional topics include formatting data, printing options and inserting automatically updating dates. Highly recommended: Experience with a mouse, keyboard and Windows.

This course utilizes Microsoft Excel 2016. Total Cost: $149 (includes $95 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DAP-017-A3 Mon. & Wed., Feb. 25 - Mar. 4, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K203 ExcelLevel2X Let Excel do the work for you! Learn to incorporate templates and graphics into your spreadsheets and work with multiple-sheet workbooks. Other topics include using higher level formulas, financial functions and conditional formatting. Prerequisite: Excel Level 1 or equivalent experience. This course utilizes Microsoft Excel 2016. Text required. Total Cost: $149 (includes $95 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DAP-018-A3P Mon. & Wed., Mar.

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CreatingQualityFormswithExcel Do your business forms compare to the quality of your products and/or services? Are they looking outdated? Excel is a very powerful tool for not only creating professional-quality, visu- ally appealing data forms, but also for compiling and summarizing that data into something that you or your team can use. Learn how to design and format forms, apply graphics and logos, and utilize VBA objects such as check boxes and pull-down lists. Find out how to link VBA objects to summary pages, use context-specific auto-fill and group data to keep it accessible. Prerequisite: Excel Level 1 or equivalent experi- ence.

This course utilizes Microsoft Excel 2016. Total Cost: $139 (includes $60 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-149-A4P Sat., Apr. 6, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Washington Road Campus, K204 Course #: DAP-149-B4P Tue. & Thu., Apr. 30 - May 7, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K203 Eye-CatchingChartsandGraphswithExcel Go beyond Excel’s basic bar and column graphs and create innovative and attractive charts that pop. Charts can make data so much more accessible than looking at raw numbers, but if you want to make real impact, you need to have real style. Learn to pick the right chart for the data, change layouts and chart styles, highlight important data points and create combined charts.

Also learn to use a secondary axis, apply creative graphics and backgrounds, and create specialty charts such as Gannt charts and tree maps. Prerequisite: Excel Level 1 or equivalent experience. This course utilizes Microsoft Excel 2016.

Total Cost: $105 (includes $60 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-148-A4P Sat., Apr. 20, 8:00 AM - 12:15 PM Washington Road Campus, K203 Course #: DAP-148-B4P Tue. & Thu., May 14 & 16, 6:00 - 8:00 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 PivotTables No other feature in Excel can provide the level of flexibility and analytical prowess of the pivot table. Learn to use this tool to transform rows of data into accessible summaries and charts in seconds. Learn how to create and customize pivot tables, perform calculations and generate slick, professional-quality charts and visualiza- tions.

Additional topics include grouping, sorting and filtering data, sharing pivot tables and applying advanced techniques. Prerequisite: Excel Level 2 or equivalent experience. This course utilizes Microsoft Excel 2016. Total Cost: $165 (includes $85 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DAP-854-A2P Fri., Dec. 14, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T321 Course #: DAP-854-A4P Mon. & Wed., Apr. 1 - 8, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, M062 PowerPointLevel1X Create impressive presentations with Power- Point. Explore how to integrate transitions, animations, sound and charts. Create outlines, notes or audience handouts quickly and easily, and see how to transport your presentation to any computer, even ones without PowerPoint! Highly recommended: Experience with a mouse, keyboard and Windows. This course utilizes Microsoft PowerPoint 2016. Total Cost: $149 (includes $95 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DAP-020-A4 Mon. & Wed., Apr. 15 - 22, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 PowerPointLevel2X Go beyond using the everyday templates in PowerPoint and learn to create presentations that will wow co-workers and clients. Discover the more advanced presentation skills: tables, slideshow timings, adding video and movies, creating agendas and using themes. Prerequisite: PowerPoint Level 1 or equivalent experience. This course utilizes Microsoft PowerPoint 2016. Total Cost: $149 (includes $95 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: CMP-011-A4P Mon.

& Wed., Apr. 29 - May 6, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K204 ExcelLevel3X Bring your spreadsheets to life! In this hands-on course, you will use powerful lookup functions, auditing tools, macros, advanced formatting and analysis tools, and PivotTables. Additional topics include importing data, integrating Excel with other programs and merging workbooks. Prerequisite: Excel Level 2 or equivalent experi- ence. This course utilizes Microsoft Excel 2016. Text required.

Total Cost: $149 (includes $95 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-019-A2P Mon. & Wed., Dec. 10 - 17, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K203 MicrosoftExcelMOSExamPrep Validate your proficiency with Microsoft Excel and stand apart from the crowd with an industry-recognized certification. Prepare to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam through hands-on activities and objective-by- objective exam prep practice files. Increase your skills while applying your knowledge of essential topics such as creating workbooks, managing worksheets, cells and tables.

Prerequisite: Excel Level 2. Test voucher included in course cost.

Total Cost: $255 (includes $180 fees); includes text and exam voucher MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-789-A4P Tue. - Thu., Apr. 23 - 25, 6:00 - 8:20 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, M062 AdvancedFormulasandFunctions Utilize powerful formulas and functions to unlock the full potential of Excel. Learn how to apply formulas to quickly look up data, find maximum or minimum values, track trends and generate forecasts. Additional topics include formatting with functions, nesting logical functions to evaluate multiple criteria, and recording simple macros. Prerequisite: Excel Level 2 or equivalent experience.

This course utilizes Microsoft Excel 2016.

Total Cost: $170 (includes $90 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-806-A2P Tue. & Thu., Dec. 11 - 18, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K203 Course #: DAP-806-A3P Wed., Mar. 20, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T321 Career & Professional Training Information Technology X This symbol indicates that a course is part of a Continuing Education certificate program. See page 3 or www.carrollcc.edu/cecertificates for more information. 42 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

AccessLevel1X Store, organize and manage your data efficiently and easily. In this hands-on course, learn to create and manage all of the necessary components of a database, including tables and queries. Other topics include entering, modifying and maintaining data, working with forms and reports, setting up databases and developing more powerful queries. Highly recommended: Basic computer skills and some familiarity with other Office programs. This course utilizes Microsoft Access 2016. Total Cost: $149 (includes $95 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DAP-029-A3 Mon.

& Wed., Feb. 11 - 18, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K204 AccessLevel2X Learn advanced database skills, such as custom- izing forms, setting up advanced controls and working with advanced queries. Other topics include setting up relation-al databases, working with multiple tables and performing calculations. Prerequisite: Access Level 1 or equivalent experience. Total Cost: $149 (includes $95 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: CMP-012-A4P Mon. & Wed., May 29 - Jun. 5, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K203 OutlookLevel1X Send and receive email and use the Outlook calendar to set up appointments and meetings with ease.

Learn how to use Outlook to send and receive email, store information in contacts, use the calendar’s scheduling features, and create tasks and notes. Users of all versions of Outlook will benefit from this course. Highly recommended: Basic keyboard and mouse skills and familiarity with Windows. This course utilizes Microsoft Outlook 2016.

Total Cost: $149 (includes $95 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-052-A4 Mon. & Wed., May 13 - 20, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K204 Certificate in Data Analysis CertificateinDataAnalysis Data Analysis is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after skills in the workplace. Companies have vast amounts of data, but it is rare to have someone with the ability to analyze that data to see trends and make predictions. Add a new skill set to your portfolio and make a big difference in the success of your organization by acquiring data analysis skills.

Begin with getting a basic understanding of how to analyze data in a business setting. Then learn how many of your business decisions involve comparing groups for differences. You will know the statistics behind these group differences and relationships. Finally, you will find out how to perform inquiries that will be useful to your business or organization, and have the skill necessary to communicate these results through graphs and text that your fellow employees will understand. This course includes DAP-927, DAP-928 and DAP-929 for one price and earns a certificate in data analysis from UGotClass.

Or, courses can be taken individually. See the following three courses for individual pricing. Total Cost: $495 (includes $278 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: DAP-926-A3 Feb. 4 - Apr. 26 For information go to www.carrollcc.edu/yougotclass/ IntroductiontoDataAnalysis Data Analysis is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after skills in the workplace. Companies have vast amounts of data, but it is rare to have someone with the ability to analyze that data to see trends and make predictions. This course will give you a basic understanding of how to analyze data in a business setting.

Businesses look for candidates with an understanding of how to analyze the data they have been collecting - this course will help you start on that journey.

Total Cost: $195 (includes $128 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: DAP-927-A3 Feb. 4 - Mar. 1 For information go to www.carrollcc.edu/yougotclass/ Career & Professional Training Information Technology IntermediateDataAnalysis Many of your business decisions involve comparing groups for differences. For example, would men and women prefer different product features? You may also look at relationships between variables. Does product recognition relate to subsequent product purchase? This course will introduce you to the statistics behind these group differences and relationships.

In addition, learn how to work with ratings, graphs and user-friendly reports of statistical results.

Total Cost: $195 (includes $128 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: DAP-928-A3 Mar. 4 - 29 For information go to www.carrollcc.edu/yougotclass/ AdvancedDataAnalysis After taking this advanced course in Data Analysis, you will be able to perform inquiries that will be useful to your business or organiza- tion, and have the skill necessary to communi- cate these results through graphs and text that your fellow employees will understand. Take the guesswork out of important company deci- sions and make decisions based on statistically significant information. Whether your business is home based or a large company, this class will take you to the next level where important decision-making is concerned.

Total Cost: $195 (includes $128 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: DAP-929-A4 Apr. 1 - 26 For information go to www.carrollcc.edu/yougotclass/ ComputerGraphics FoundationsofGraphicDesign Build your creativity while forming an under- standing of good design and how to apply it. This course is for anyone new to graphic arts or who has recently been assigned a design project. Students will produce a promotional piece such as a brochure, postcard or flyer using the Adobe Creative suite, with a focus on Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator. Take a creative approach to brainstorming ideas while creating a marketing piece that will be ready to use for any business, nonprofit or organization.

Explore typography, photo manipulation, copywriting and layout techniques while preparing the files for print and web. Total Cost: $149 (includes $60 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-161-A3 Tue. & Thu., Mar. 12 - 21, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T319 020-03-19 Explore Carroll’s CREDIT PROGRAMS at www.carrollcc.edu/degree Interested in a degree? 43 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

IllustratorLevel1X Create a variety of graphic designs such as logos and advertisements with Adobe Illustrator. Topics include creating logos with shapes and custom paths, using gradients to enhance graphics, manipulating text, importing graphics and creating advertisements. Highly recommended: Basic keyboard and mouse skills and experience with Windows-based programs. Mac computer experience preferred but not required. This course utilizes Adobe Illustrator CC. Total Cost: $149 (includes $60 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DAP-440-A3B Tue. & Thu., Mar. 12 - 19, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K203 IllustratorLevel2X Take your Adobe Illustrator skills to the next level! Work with advanced features such as blending shapes and colors, applying appearance attributes and graphic styles, and utilizing type, brushes, symbols and layers.

Learn to combine Illustrator graphics with other programs and how to import from Photoshop. Prerequisites: Illustrator Level 1 or equivalent experience. Mac computer experience preferred but not required. This course utilizes Adobe Illustrator CC.

Total Cost: $149 (includes $60 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-573-A4BP Tue. & Thu., Apr. 2 - 9, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T319 WebsitesMadeSimple Website creation and management is easier than ever with free or low-cost online website builders. Explore a variety of platforms and learn the pros and cons of each. Build your own website through hands-on activities and lessons that guide you through the initial design process. This course is for anyone inter- ested in creating a unique website for personal endeavors, education, business, organization or non-profit.

Students are encouraged to bring support material and files to class such as images, links to videos, social media credentials and pertinent text. This class may use Weebly, SquareSpace, WIX or other emerging platforms. Highly recommended: Basic keyboard, mouse skills, familiarity with Windows and the internet. Total Cost: $199 (includes $60 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-838-A3 Mon. & Wed., Mar. 11 - 20, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 WordPressLevel1 Aspiring bloggers, learn how to create and edit a blog or website on the popular online platform WordPress.

Total Cost: $180 (includes $105 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-720-A4 Fri., Apr. 19, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T321 Coding Students must register for both App Develop- ment with Swift courses at the same time and courses must be taken consecutively. AppDevelopmentwithSwift,Part1X Do you have an idea for an app that will run on an iPhone or iPad? Bring your idea to life with Swift, the programming language behind all apps in the App Store. For new programmers, Swift is a user-friendly choice that delivers industry-quality results. This initial, 90-hour, project-based course will guide you through writing and experimenting with code while seeing the results in the real-time playground.

Learn how to navigate Swift and Playgrounds, use Xcode, work with UIKit and control workflow. Students should have experience using Apple computers and devices, and must have access to an Apple computer or iPad, and the internet to complete the activities. CCC computer labs will be available during scheduled open lab times. Students will be required to establish an Apple ID account. Intermediate to advanced computer skills required; no coding experience necessary. This is a hybrid course with both classroom and online components.

Total Cost: $1,249 (includes $60 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-156-A3 Tue. & Thu., Jan. 15 - Mar.7, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (16 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T319 Information Technology Career & Professional Training Tuition$200 Pay in installments! Go to www.carrollcc.edu/factsplan to learn more! ormore? 165-02-17 PhotoshopLevel1X Customize and edit photos like a pro! Under- stand image file types and apply basic photo editing features such as cropping and red eye reduction. Learn to utilize features such as layers, masking and gradients. Discover shortcuts to increase your productivity.

Highly recom- mended: Familiarity with basic computer skills, including keyboard and mouse. Mac computer experience preferred but not required. This course utilizes Adobe Photoshop CC. Total Cost: $149 (includes $60 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DAP-185-A3B Tue. & Thu., Feb. 5 - 12, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K204 PhotoshopLevel2X Unleash your photo creativity! Create impact with filters by altering lighting effects and changing backgrounds. Apply transparent areas in images to be used with other applications. Learn to retouch and restore old damaged photographs. Isolate image areas by creating and saving masks with specialized tools, commands, modes and layer elements. Learn to adjust the print settings for maximum output from your printer. Prerequisites: Photoshop Level 1 or equivalent experience.

Mac computer experience preferred but not required. This course utilizes Adobe Photoshop CC. Total Cost: $149 (includes $60 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DAP-186-A3BP Tue. & Thu., Feb. 26 - Mar. 5, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 InDesignLevel1X From ads to flyers to booklets, design and produce professional print documents and layouts. Learn to manipulate text, shapes, colors and frames to create eye-catching print products using hands-on, interactive exercises. Topics include program navigation and integra- tion with Illustrator and Photoshop, working with text, setting up documents and working with frames and color. Highly recommended: Experience with Windows-based programs and mouse skills. Mac computer experience preferred but not required.

This course utilizes Adobe InDesign CC.

Total Cost: $149 (includes $60 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-441-A4B Tue. & Thu., Apr. 16 - 23, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, A226 X This symbol indicates that a course is part of a Continuing Education certificate program. See page 3 or www.carrollcc.edu/cecertificates for more information. 44 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

AppDevelopmentwithSwift,Part2X Build your app development skills in this concluding course on the Swift platform.

In this 90-hour course, you will write more complex code to build robust apps that are appealing to potential customers. Complete additional hands-on projects such as building a shopping app that can communicate over a web server. Once all of the lessons have been completed, students will work on an independent project and design, prototype and architect an app of their own creation. In addition, learn the app life cycle, add animations, apply iOS human interface guidelines and plan projects. Student should have experience using Apple computers and devices, and must have access to a Mac or iPad and the internet to complete the activities.

Carroll’s computer labs will be available during scheduled open lab times. Students will be required to establish an Apple ID account. Intermediate to advanced computer skills. No coding experience necessary. This is a hybrid course with both classroom and online compo- nents. Prerequisite: DAP-156, App Development with Swift Part 1.

Total Cost: $1,249 (includes $60 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-157-A3P Mon. & Wed., Mar. 11 - May 8, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (14 sessions; no class 3/25, 3/27, 4/29 & 5/1) Washington Road Campus, T319 Affordable Payment Plan Get the skills you need to be an App Developer now! Use the FACTS affordable payment plan with a payment of $624.50 at the time of registration, then six monthly payments of approximately $312.25. NEW!AWSAcademyCloudFoundations Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides secure cloud solutions to millions of clients to help businesses grow. Skills related to cloud computing and knowledge of AWS are in high demand as companies leverage the cloud for a variety of applications.

Learn about cloud computing concepts, AWS core services, security, architecture, pricing and support. General IT technical and IT business knowledge recommended.

Total Cost: $385 (includes $60 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: COD-001-A3 Mon. & Wed., Mar. 18 - Apr. 24, 7:30 - 9:30 PM (10 sessions; no class 3/25 & 3/27) Washington Road Campus, K204 IntroductiontoHTMLandJavaScript An introduction for aspiring web designers to the fundamentals of HTML and JavaScript. Students will learn how to use HTML code to build webpages and apply JavaScript capabili- ties to their websites. Prerequisites: Experience with Windows-based systems or equivalent experience.

Total Cost: $220 (includes $60 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DAP-635-A3B Mon. & Wed., Jan. 28 - Feb. 6, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 IntroductiontoPythonProgramming Whether you are looking to ease into the world of coding or add another language to your stack of languages, Python is a great programming language to learn. Python is a very popular scripting language that is easy to learn and has a wide range of uses including games, web development and cybersecurity. This course will focus on the basics of learning the language and will cover concepts such as variables, data types, algorithms and func- tions. Highly recommended: Intermediate to advanced computer skills and proficiency with Windows.

Total Cost: $429 (includes $60 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-153-A4B Tue. & Thu., Apr. 2 - 25, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (8 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 DigitalVideoEditing PremiereLevel1: IntroductiontoDigitalVideoEditing Edit video like the pros! Learn to use Adobe Premiere, a widely used, industry-standard software that will give your videos a profes- sional look. Master the basic features of the program and learn to import media, edit video clips, and assemble video and audio to create digital movies for high quality output. Highly recommended: Basic keyboard, mouse skills and familiarity with Windows.

Mac computer experience preferred but not required. Total Cost: $199 (includes $60 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DAP-791-A3B Mon. & Wed., Feb. 4 - 13, 6:30 - 8:00 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, A226 Information Technology | Occupational Training Career & Professional Training PremiereLevel2: AdvancedDigitalVideoEditing Be Hollywood ready! Master advanced features of Adobe Premiere and learn the techniques that will set your videos apart from the rest of the crowd. Understand the secrets of special effects for audio and video and when to use them to enhance your project. Edit and mix audio and learn how to generate titles and text to give your movie a polished appearance. Prerequisite: Premiere Level 1.

Mac computer experience preferred but not required. Total Cost: $199 (includes $60 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DAP-792-A3BP Mon. & Wed., Feb. 25 - Mar. 6, 6:30 - 9:00 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, A226 OCCUPATIONAL TRAINING CareerResources HelpwithCareerChoices FREE monthly sessions Learn about important factors to consider when making decisions about a new career including required training, cost versus return, family commitments, interests and aptitudes and more. Explore credit and non-credit options, and examine the pros and cons of both. Mondays, Dec. 10, Jan. 28, Feb. 25, Mar. 18 and April 29 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Washington Road Campus, A125 Reserve your seat at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment.

Search for Course# XXB-138, or call 410-386-8100. PutYourBestFootForward Let’s work together to get you working! If you are retooling your skills for a new job, re-entering the workforce or changing jobs, this course will prepare you for job success. Topics include making a great first impression, teamwork, computer skills brush-up, résumé review and additional employment resources. Total Cost: $130 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MGT-472-A3 Wed., Jan. 23 - Feb. 13, 6:30 - 8:30 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T325 Course #: MGT-472-B3 Wed., Feb. 27 - Mar.

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Career & Professional Training Drones Students must register for all courses in the series at the same time and courses must be taken consecutively to earn the Drone Workforce Training Certificate. Students not wishing to earn the certificate may enroll in individual courses, but must meet the course prerequisite and/or receive program manager approval. ` IntroductiontoUAS(Drone)TechnologyX Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), or drones, are a technology that is changing the world and has the potential to be $100 billion industry and create thousands of new jobs, according to Goldman Sachs. Learn what a drone is and how it can be used.

This introduction to the world of drones provides a complete overview of different types of drones, how they work and how they are used and regulated. See how industry and businesses are using drones to redefine the way we look at images and collect data. Gain an over- view of the content covered in the Commercial UAS (Drone) Pilot Certificate. See a drone in flight and review aerial footage.

Total Cost: $159 (includes $100 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DRN-001-A3 Tue. & Thu., Jan. 29 - Feb. 5, 6:00 - 8:00 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T317 UAS(Drone)GroundSchoolX Whether you are interested in flying a drone for recreation or in starting a drone-based business, this class will give you the need-to-know regulations. Learn about drone technology and applications including government, commercial and hobby applications. This course will also address how drone flight affects privacy and other legal issues, as well as cover governing bodies and current regulations.

Review the guidelines and regulations of the Remote Pilot-Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems to become familiar with the Airman Certification Standards. Prerequisite: DRN-001, Introduction to UAS (Drone) Technology.

Total Cost: $564 (includes $468 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DRN-005-A3P Tue. & Thu., Feb. 12 - 28, 6:00 - 8:00 PM (6 sessions) First session: Dream Flight School, Westminster All others: Washington Road Campus, T317 UAS(Drone)FlightSchoolX Get hands-on flight instruction and practice. Practice flying in both a controlled setting and outdoors with a drone that is included in the course cost. Learn best practices and basic controls for flying your drone without GPS. Once you master basic flight, learn to fly your drone through First Person View (FPV) in real time through the drone’s onboard camera.

Prerequi- site: DAP-848, DAP-158, DRN-005 or comparable ground school.

Total Cost: $560 (includes $300 fees); includes drone MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DRN-006-A3P Sun. & Sat., Mar. 9 & 10, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, P522 UAS(Drone)FAARemotePilot CertificationPrepX If you hold a current Remote Pilot Certification and are looking to brush up on your knowledge for recertification or are a new pilot looking to obtain your Remote Pilot Certification for commercial or business use, this course will review the application process and prepare you for the exam. Focus on the objectives that relate to the Aeronautical Knowledge Test which will allow successful students to obtain the FAA Airman Certificate.

This certificate is necessary to apply for and obtain the Remote Pilot Certificate. Prerequisite: DAP-849, DAP-159, DRN-006, comparable ground school or previous Remote Pilot Certificate holder (for recertification). Total Cost: $219 (includes $183 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DRN-007-A3P Tue. & Thu., Mar. 12 & 14, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T317 UAS(Drone)AdvancedFlightSchoolX Build on the flight basics covered in Flight School (DRN-006) and become a competent UAS operator with the necessary skills to complete complex assignments. This hands-on course focuses on four core modules utilizing a fleet of professional drones.

This training prepares you for commercial drone assignments and covers pre-flight preparation, advanced drone maneuvering, camera and equipment set-up and calibrations, and image and data collection. College drones are provided for use during the class. Safety equipment included in course cost. Prerequisite: DAP-850, DRN-007, FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Certification and minimum of 10 hours of recorded drone flight time. Total Cost: $575 (includes $120 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DRN-002-A4P Thu. & Sat., Apr. 4 - 20, Thu., 6:00 - 9:15 PM, and Sat., 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (4 sessions; no class 4/11 & 4/18) Washington Road Campus, T317 Occupational Training 084-05-19-1018 CAR CommercialUAS DronePilot InformationSession FREE Thursday, Jan.

17 9 – 10 a.m. or 6 – 7 p.m. A drone flight demonstration will follow each session, weather permitting.

Learn about: • Classes and pathways for existing/aspiring drone pilots • Tuition assistance and payment plan options • Scheduling • FAA Certification and USI Safety Certification™ • Drones and equipment used in class • Certificate requirements • And more! See the Commercial UAS (Drone) Pilot Workforce Training Certificate on p. 4 for complete program details. No cost for the information session, but registration is required. Course #: XXB-176-A3 (9 – 10 a.m.) Course #: XXB-176-B3 (6 – 7 p.m.) Register online at carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment or call Continuing Education and Training at 410-386-8100.

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Career & Professional Training FoundationsofAerialPhoto& VideoEditingX Capturing amazing drone photos and video is only the beginning. Learn how to use software to edit and enhance your photos and videos before posting to social media, sharing with clients or using in publication. Discuss the advantages and unique perspective of aerial photos and videos and how to enhance them. Learn the basics of photo editing including cropping, re-touching, and adjusting brightness and contrast. You will also learn basic video timeline editing to create complete videos, as well as how to import files, create transitions, manage workflow, split clips, and add and control audio.

Prerequisites: DRN-002 or FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Certification and 10 hours of recorded drone flight time.

Total Cost: $195 (includes $60 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DRN-003-A3P Mon. & Wed., Jan. 16 - 30, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T319 Course #: DRN-003-A4P Tue. & Thu., Apr. 23 - May 2, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T319 FoundationsofAerialDataX Amazing photos and videos are not the only thing a drone can capture. Drones have the ability to gather large quantities of data that can be applied to a variety of industry sectors including agriculture, conservation, construc- tion and surveying. In this hands-on class, students will use drones and software applica- tions, such as drone deploy, to create maps and 3D models.

Work with drones to capture images and data related to agriculture and plant health. Then, learn how to analyze the data and how to take accurate measurements such as area, volume and distance. You will also learn how to format the data for integration into platforms such as Google Maps and ArcGIS as well as file creation for 3D printed models. Prerequisites: DRN-002 or FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Certification and 10 hours of recorded drone flight time.

Total Cost: $469 (includes $100 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DRN-004-A3P Mon. & Wed., Feb. 4 - 27, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (8 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T319 Course #: DRN-004-A4P Tue., Thu. & Sat., May 9 - 21, Tue. & Thu., 6:00 - 8:30 PM, and Sat., 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (6 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T319 UAS(Drone)PilotCapstoneX This capstone course provides an in-depth review of the certificate program content. Students will present a variety of examples of work and tasks completed as part of the program to faculty and peers. Discuss skills learned throughout the program and how they can be applied to a variety of drone missions for future clients.

Review material and prepare for the USI Small UAS Safety Certification™ exam. Last course in the Commercial UAS (Drone) Pilot Certification. Exam fee is included in the course cost. Prerequisites: DRN-001, 005, 006, 007, 002, 003 and 004. Final required course in the Commercial Drone (UAS) Pilot Certificate. Total Cost: $239 (includes $199 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DRN-008-A4P Tue. & Thu., May. 28 - 30, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T319 UAS(Drone)FlightLog This course is required as part of the Commer- cial UAS (Drone) Workforce Certificate and is used to track student drone flight hours to satisfy program requirements.

Students are required to record 50 total flight hours in their flight log to earn the certification. There is no charge for this course, but registration is required.

No cost. Course #: DRN-009-A4P Apr. 16 Affordable Payment Plan Get the skills you need to be a Drone Pilot now! Use the FACTS affordable payment plan with a payment of $745 at the time of registration, then six monthly payments of approximately $372.50. BuildingandFabricatingaDrone Learn how an Unmanned Aerial System (UAS), or drone for short, works and how to make one yourself in this hands-on course. You will be exposed to fabrication, 3D printing and coding. Each student will build a small quadcopter drone while learning the basic principles that govern its construction and flight. Students will be introduced to design software and use 3D printers to fabricate elements of the drone body.

Use a variety of tools to assemble the UAS in addition to working with the programming language and code to help calibrate the drone before flight. Complete drone kit included in course cost.

Total Cost: $375 (includes $260 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-150-A4 Tue. & Thu., May 28 - Jun. 6, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, C071 FloralDesign IntroductiontoFloralDesign Learn the proper use of tools and equipment, as well as the preparation and care of fresh flowers. Review various flowers, foliage, variety and seasonal flowers, principles of design, color selection, arrangement pricing and creating basic arrangements. Also explore employment opportunities in the floral industry. Instructor: Jalna Brown Total Cost: $499 (includes $164 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: VOC-457-A3M Mon. & Tue., Feb. 4 - Mar. 12, 6:30 - 9:45 PM (10 sessions; no class 2/11 & 2/12) Washington Road Campus, A015 WeddingandPartyDesign Apply the basic principles learned in Introduc- tion to Floral Design to Wedding and Party design. Learn to conduct bridal and event consultations, price events and create various styles of wedding flowers. Practice the role of designer and plan a mock wedding. Prerequisite: VOC-457 or current employment in the floral industry. Instructor: Jalna Brown Total Cost: $450 (includes $180 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: VOC-370-A4MP Mon.

& Tue., Apr. 1 - 23, 6:30 - 9:45 PM (8 sessions) Washington Road Campus, A015 Jalna Brown is a professional floral designer and member of the American Academy of Floriculture. She was a previous owner of Stewart N. Dutterer Flower Shop, Inc. in Westminster, and has been a lifelong industry leader. Brown is actively involved in Middle Atlantic Florists Association, FTD and Teleflora, Inc. Creativity is her forte, opening opportunities on national design teams including the Rose Bowl Parade, three Inaugurations and several National Conventions. Brown is currently the manager at Petals Flowers & Gifts in Hampstead.

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ForestConservation ForestConservationQualified ProfessionalTraining Take this highly interactive class to learn what you need to know to make your Forest Stand Delineations comply with the Maryland Forest Conservation Act. Learn the science in the class- room, and then get out in the field to collect data and practice in teams to develop a Forest Conservation Plan to meet the requirements of the Act.

This course is a necessary element to apply for “Qualified Professional” status with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Students must be working in the field and have appropriate degree within the field of Natural Resources.

Total Cost: $599 (includes $78 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: TEC-350-A4P Wed. - Sat., Apr. 24 - May 11; Wed., 6:00 - 9:45 PM, Thu. & Fri., 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM and Sat., 6:00 - 9:45 PM (8 sessions; no class 5/1, 5/2, 5/3 & 5/4) Washington Road Campus, T317 Legal The following online legal courses are offered in partnership with The Center for Legal Studies. Paralegal ParalegalCertificationCourse Get a foundation for the study of paralegalism. Gain an understanding of the American legal system and learn how you can be of assistance in the field of law. Course results in a paralegal certificate, demonstrating mastery of founda- tions of law.

Total Cost: $1,395 (includes $1,146 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: VOC-553-A3B Jan. 14 - Apr. 26  Course #: VOC-553-B3B Mar. 11 - Jun. 21  Course #: VOC-553-A4B May 6 - Aug. 16 Online For information go to www.carrollcc.edu/legalstudies Other Legal LegalSecretaryCertificateCourse Beginning and experienced secretaries, improve your skills in the law office. Topics include: legal terminology; legal process; jurisdiction and venue; ethics; written commu- nications including letters, pleadings, discovery, notices and motions; filing procedures, billing and accounting; time management; records management; an overview of commonly used word and data processing programs; legal research; memoranda preparation and citation format.

Discuss job search strategies and placement possibilities.

Total Cost: $729 (includes $613 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: VOC-558-A3B Jan. 14 - Mar. 1  Course #: VOC-558-B3B Mar. 11 - Apr. 26  Course #: VOC-558-A4B May 6 - Jun. 21 Online For information go to www.carrollcc.edu/legalstudies LegalNurseConsultantTrainingCourse This program prepares medical professionals for a career in the legal field as legal nurse consul- tants. This course provides the RN and PA with fundamental skills necessary to advise law firms, health care providers, insurance companies and governmental agencies regarding medically related issues and to appear in court as expert witnesses.

Learn legal concepts related to the health care industry, as well as the role a legal nurse consultant might play in litigation areas such as medical malpractice, toxic torts, product liability, personal injury, wrongful death, criminal law and workers’ compensation. Total Cost: $895 (includes $746 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

 Course #: VOC-555-A3B Jan. 14 - Mar. 1  Course #: VOC-555-B3B Mar. 11 - Apr. 26  Course #: VOC-555-A4B May 6 - Jun. 21 Online For information go to www.carrollcc.edu/legalstudies Career & Professional Training Occupational Training 118-07-18-0118 CAR Gaintheskillsneeded toofferspecialized serviceswiththeseonline, instructor-ledcertificate coursesinlegalstudies: • Paralegal • LegalNurseConsultant • LegalSecretary • SoftwareEssentials fortheLawOffice • VictimAdvocacy Offeredinpartnershipwith TheCenterforLegalStudies. Legal Career Training Online Visit www.carrollcc.edu/LegalStudies formoreinformation.

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X This symbol indicates that a course is part of a Continuing Education certificate program. See page 3 or www.carrollcc.edu/cecertificates for more information. MediaPre-ProductionX Explore the role media plays in both our local community and society. Learn how to plan a project, establish timelines, write content, develop storyboards and select a delivery platform. Design and develop your project that you will work on throughout the certification course.

Classes will be held at the Community Media Center (CMC) and students will work directly with the CMC professional staff. Prerequisite: MMD-005 Total Cost: $265 (includes $50 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-842-A4P Tue. & Thu., Apr. 16 - May 2, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (6 sessions) Community Media Center AudioProductionX Learn the key concepts and techniques neces- sary to select, record, edit and mix a variety of audio for use as part of a multimedia project ranging from video, radio, web or podcast. Use a variety of state-of-the-art equipment and software to prepare, edit and produce audio content including voiceovers, sound effects, music beds and other audio clips.

Prerequisite: DAP-842 Total Cost: $260 (includes $50 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DAP-843-A4P Tue. & Thu., May 7 - 23, 6:30 - 8:50 PM (6 sessions) Community Media Center MediaProductionX Learn both the theory and techniques of multimedia production through a hands-on approach working with professional tech- nology and equipment. Learn how to capture and produce multimedia content with a focus on capturing images, video, sound and other mediums that will aid in the completion of your selected project. Students will be introduced to a variety of cutting-edge equipment and receive training on how to set up equipment including cameras, mixers, lighting and more.

Prerequisite: DAP-843 Total Cost: $465 (includes $50 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MMD-002-A4P Tue., Thu. & Sat., May 28 - Jun.18, Tue. & Thu., 6:30 - 8:30 PM, and Sat., 8:00 AM - 12:15 PM (10 sessions) Community Media Center Career & Professional Training Occupational Training MediaPost-ProductionX In this hands-on course, learn the theory and practice of basic video editing using current versions of Adobe Premiere, After Effects and other relevant software to produce your final project. Learn how to import raw footage, images and sounds and then the techniques necessary to tell your story and produce your final project.

Prerequisite: MMD-002 Total Cost: $465 (includes $50 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MMD-003-A3P Tue., Thu. & Sat., Jan. 8 - 29, Tue. & Thu., 6:30 - 8:30 PM, and Sat., 8:00 AM - 12:15 PM (10 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 Course #: MMD-003-A4P Tue., Thu. & Sat., Jun. 25 - Jul. 20, Tue. & Thu., 6:30 - 8:30 PM, and Sat., 8:00 AM - 12:15 PM (10 sessions; no class 7/4 & 7/6) Washington Road Campus, T319 FormattingMediaContentfor OnlinePlatformsX In this theory/lab-based class, learn the basics of formatting a variety of multimedia content for publication to a host of platforms and how to optimize the files for their intended purpose.

Learn how to evaluate content, the intended audience and the best mode or modes of delivery. Gain hands-on experience on a variety of software platforms and state-of-the-art equipment to produce and publish multimedia content. Prerequisite: MMD-003 Total Cost: $120 (includes $50 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MMD-004-A3P Tue. & Thu., Feb. 5 & 7, 6:30 - 9:00 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T321 Course #: MMD-004-A1P Tue. & Thu., Jul. 23 & 25, 6:30 - 9:00 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T319 VictimAdvocacyCertificateCourse Prepare to work in victim advocacy arenas, such as domestic violence shelters, crisis centers, crisis hotlines, and with state and county governments to assist crime victims through the criminal justice system and toward successful recovery.

Topics include: legal terminology; legal process; legislation regarding victims’ rights; jurisdiction and venue; ethics; effects of victimization on the victim; victim advocate skills; guardianships and crisis intervention. Also covers counseling skills for victims of assault, battery, robbery, domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse. Total Cost: $729 (includes $613 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

 Course #: VOC-559-A3B Jan. 14 - Mar. 1  Course #: VOC-559-B3B Mar. 11 - Apr. 26  Course #: VOC-559-A4B May 6 - Jun. 21 Online For information go to www.carrollcc.edu/legalstudies MediaProduction These courses are part of the Media Production Specialist Workforce Training certificate. Students must register for all courses in the series at the same time and the courses must be taken consecutively. IntroductorySeminarinMediaProductionX Learn how multi-media is changing the way we see the world. Learn the key concepts and tactics necessary to take a multi-media project from conception to reality.

Get an overview of the program and a guide for developing your project, which will be presented in the capstone course. In addition, you will be introduced to a variety of production areas within the Community Media Center (CMC) and will choose an area of focus to pursue at the conclusion of the program. Classes will be held at the CMC and students will work directly with the CMC professional staff.

Total Cost: $175 (includes $75 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MMD-005-A4 Tue. & Thu., Apr. 2 - 11, 6:30 - 8:30 PM (4 sessions) Community Media Center Tuition assistance may be available for eligible non-credit students. Visit www.carrollcc.edu/tuitionassistance for additional information. 165-03-17 NEED HELP PAYING FOR CAREER TRAINING? 49 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

MediaProductionSpecialistCapstoneX Review the key concepts and skills you have learned over the course of the certification courses.

Prepare, present and defend your final project. Present your final project in a film festival-style atmosphere to an audience of peers, community members and Community Media Center staff. Prerequisite: MMD-004 Total Cost: $120 (includes $50 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MMD-001-A3P Tue. & Thu., Feb. 12 & 14, 6:30 - 9:00 PM (2 sessions) Community Media Center Course #: MMD-001-A1P Tue. & Thu., Jul. 30 & Aug. 1, 6:30 - 9:00 PM (2 sessions) Community Media Center Affordable Payment Plan Get the skills you need to be a Media Production Specialist now! Use the FACTS affordable payment plan with a payment of $486.25 at the time of registration, then six monthly payments of approximately $230.63.

PersonalTrainer ACECertificationforPersonalFitnessTrainer Prepare for the American Council on Exercise Certified Personal Fitness Trainer exam. Learn the fundamentals of human anatomy and physiology as it applies to the movement of the body during daily living and exercise, how to conduct client interviews, perform pre-program assessments, determine corrective exercise measures, develop fitness plans and how to coach clients in making behavioral changes for a healthy lifestyle. Identify correct exercise posture and movement for skeletal-muscular improvements. This course includes 60 hours of classroom lecture and hands-on lab work in a fitness facility and gym.

Total Cost: $574 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: VOC-617-A3B Mon. & Wed., Feb. 4 - May 22, 12:30 - 2:20 PM (30 sessions; no class 3/25 & 3/27) Washington Road Campus, P521 Pool/SpaOperator SwimmingPool/SpaOperatorTraining Prepare to become a certified pool/spa operator and stay current on the safe and healthy operation of public swimming pools, spas and hot tubs. You must pass the written exam to become certified. Students are respon- sible for verifying operator requirements in their particular jurisdiction. Instructor: Ken Schmidl Total Cost: $262 (includes $79 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: MGT-300-A4 Sat., Apr. 27 & May 4, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K115 PoolOperatorUpdateCourse Renew your pool and spa operator certification with this course. Participants must have a current certification card. Students are respon- sible for verifying operator requirements in their particular jurisdiction. Instructor: Ken Schmidl Total Cost: $121 (includes $58 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MGT-737-A3P Fri., Feb. 15, 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM Washington Road Campus, K116 Course #: MGT-737-A4P Sat., May 11, 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM Washington Road Campus, K115 Transportation DOTMandatoryDrugandAlcoholTraining This training provides information mandated by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) as it pertains to the drug and alcohol training for supervisors and reasonable suspicion training.

Learn how to recognize signs of drug and alcohol abuse in your employees, confront employees, document findings, refer employees for drug and alcohol evaluation and other key requirements to remain in compli- ance. If your business has only one CDL licensed driver or one hundred, this class is essential for all supervisors. Held in partnership with Carroll Occupational Health Solutions, LLC. Total Cost: $50 (includes $45 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: VOC-144-A3 Wed., Mar. 20, 9:00 - 11:00 AM Washington Road Campus, M157 Commercial Truck Driver CDL-AX Train to be a professional tractor-trailer driver in this 240-hour program that prepares you for your CDL license.

This comprehensive training provides the new driver with the skills and industry knowledge for in-demand jobs. Experienced instruction includes classroom sessions, range maneu- vering and on-the-road driving in state-of-the- industry equipment. The course is offered in a weekday (8 week) and weekend (15 week) format. Students must hold a valid MD CDL-A Learner’s Permit with air brake endorsement prior to registering for the course. CDL-BwithPassengerX Qualify to operate straight heavy trucks and obtain the CDL-B Passenger Bus endorsement. This 65-hour course prepares students to test for a Maryland CDL-B from the MVA.

This license qualifies students to operate heavy straight trucks (i.e., +26,000 lbs. GVW). The training also prepares for the Passenger endorsement so completers can apply for transit or motor coach positions. Note: the training does not include the “S” endorsement required to drive a school bus. This course is offered on Saturdays. Students must hold a valid MD CDL-B Learner’s Permit with air brake and Passenger endorsement prior to registering for the course. CDL-A: $3,642 (includes $2,790 fees) CDL-B: $1,758 (includes $1,530 fees) CDL-A and CDL-B are a held at Hagerstown Community College.

For more information, call 410-386-8100. Earn a Western Maryland MOVE Transportation Career Pathways Grant. Funding may be available to eligible students. Qualified students can earn up to: $1,000 for CDL-A $1,500 for CDL-B X This symbol indicates that a course is part of a Continuing Education certificate program. See page 3 or www.carrollcc.edu/cecertificates for more information. Career & Professional Training Occupational Training 50 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

REAL ESTATE MarylandRealEstatePrinciples&Practices Become a real estate salesperson. This basic 60 clock-hour course meets the educational requirements for all applications for licensure as real estate salespersons and is approved by the Maryland Real Estate Commission. Successful completion qualifies you to take the Real Estate Salespersons Examination. Topics include: real property, leasing, contracts, agencies and listing, property transfers, appraising, financing, license law, human relations, ethics, basic mathematics and the real estate day-to-day activities. Instruc- tors: Stan Dill and Joe Stephens Total Cost: $829 (includes $145 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: REA-266-A3 Tue. & Thu., Mar. 5 - May 16, 6:00 - 9:15 PM (20 sessions; no class 3/26 & 3/28) Washington Road Campus, P520 HomeInspectionTraining Prepare for a career as a home inspector. Learn basic residential construction standards and processes, the home inspection process, and inspection techniques and defect recognition. Topics covered include the following systems: structural, exterior, interior, roofing, plumbing, electrical, air conditioning, insulation and ventilation, fireplace and solid burning, and heating. Includes tips on starting your own home inspection business. This course has been approved by the Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors to provide the home inspector pre-licensing training required to receive a home inspector license in Maryland.

Total Cost: $1,058 (includes $135 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: VOC-330-A3 Sat., Jan. 26 - Apr. 13, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (11 sessions; no class 3/30) Washington Road Campus, C076 TEST AND ACADEMIC SKILLS PREPARATION MathSkillsEnhancement Boost your math skills with review and practice of arithmetic, fractions, decimals and percents. You will also improve your skills working with ratios and proportions, as well as solving word problems. This is the first in a series of four courses designed to prepare you for college- level math.

Total Cost: $328 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: ADS-092-A3B Tue. & Thu., Jan. 22 - Apr. 18, 6:30 - 8:00 PM (24 sessions; no class 3/26 & 3/28) Washington Road Campus, P521 EverydayMath Practical exercises and information that you can put to immediate use. Find out interesting things about how calculators work, and how best to get a handle on your income and expenses. Learn to check your paystub, invoices and bank statements for errors and overcharges, and become more skilled at handling money and comparing investment opportunities. Learn how to calculate percentages, including the proper amount to pay in tips, commis- sions, taxes and discounts.

Find out how to calculate interest rates and develop a better understanding of mortgages, credit cards and other types of loans. Discover a handy method for converting one type of measurement to another, and learn to calculate areas correctly so you don’t overspend on your next home improvement project. Learn to interpret graphs, calculate the probability that something will (or won’t) happen, and understand the statistics embedded in test results, polls and news stories.

Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: ADS-090-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: ADS-090-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: ADS-090-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc. 165-11-17-0617 INF The Carroll County Community Mediation Center Offering FREE mediation services to county residents to help resolve conflicts. · Mediation is voluntary and confidential.

· Mediation lets people speak for themselves and make their own choices.

· Mediations are scheduled at convenient times and locations throughout the county. Applications are currently being accepted for the next Volunteer Mediator Training. · Mediator training includes 50 hours of classroom training and an apprenticeship where trainees observe and then co-mediate two cases. · To be considered, contact the center for a volunteer application. We will contact you to schedule an interview. Program offered under the auspices of Carroll Community College. The Center is supported by the Maryland Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office.

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GED® Preparation Improve your skills and prepare for the GED® tests. Classes are free. A $25 materials fee is collected from students wishing to keep their books. All classes are offered at no cost. Call 410-386-8630 for dates and an orientation appointment or visit Adult Education Programs at 224 N.

Center Street in Westminster. You must attend orientation prior to the start of classes. Orientation is free and will be held at the following locations: Multi-Service Center 224 North Center Street, Westminster • Friday, Jan. 4 at 9 a.m. • Tuesday, Jan. 8 at 6 p.m. • Tuesday, April 2 at 6 p.m. • Friday, April 5 at 9 a.m. Carroll County Family Center (Limited childcare available up to age 4. Call 410-857-0629. Call to reserve your space.) 10 Distillery Drive, 3rd Floor, Westminster • Thursday, Jan. 3 at 1 p.m. • Thursday, April 4 at 1 p.m. EnglishforSpeakersof OtherLanguages(ESOL) Community English Classes Carroll Community College offers free classes for students who want to improve their basic English skills.

Childcare is available at some locations. Classes are free. Students must attend an orientation session to be registered for a class. A $35 materials fee is collected from students who wish to buy their textbook. For more information and dates, call 410-386-8630 or visit Adult Education Programs at 224 N. Center Street in Westminster. ESOL orientation includes testing and registration, is free and is held at the following locations. Multi-Service Center 224 North Center Street, Westminster • Wednesday, Jan. 2 at 6 p.m. • Monday, Jan. 7 at 6 p.m. • Wednesday, April 3 at 6 p.m. Carroll County Family Center 10 Distillery Drive, 3rd Floor, Westminster (Limited childcare is available.

Call 410-857-0629.) • Thursday, Jan. 3 at 9 a.m. • Thursday, April 4 at 9 a.m. Robert Moton Elementary Judy Center 1413 Washington Road, Westminster (Limited childcare is available for children under 10 years old.) • Wednesday, Jan. 23 at 5:45 p.m. Mount Airy Elementary School 405 North Main Street, Mount Airy • Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 5:45 p.m. I am so grateful to be a part of the GED® Preparation program at Carroll Community College! The teachers and tutors have been so helpful and understand the right resources I need to learn. What I love most about this program is that the staff really cares about not only you as a student, but you as a person.

This program has made a huge impact on my life and my future and I cannot even put into words how thankful I am. Thank you so much for never failing to go above and beyond.

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Academic English Classes AmericanEnglishPronunciation This class is for non-English language speakers so they can communicate clearly in English. Total Cost: $169 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: ESL-070-A3B Tue. & Thu., Feb. 5 - Apr. 18, 6:30 - 8:30 PM (20 sessions; no class 3/26 & 3/28) Washington Road Campus, A125 GrammarforESL If English is your second language and you’re headed to college, this course will teach you the principles of grammar and structure you’ll need to succeed.

Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: ESL-075-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: ESL-075-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: ESL-075-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 23 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc. SATTestPreparation SAT/ACTPreparation1 Master the reading, writing, English, and science questions on the ACT and new SAT. Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: ADS-106-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan.

16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: ADS-106-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: ADS-106-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc.

SAT/ACTPreparation:Part2 Master the math questions on the ACT and new SAT. Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: ADS-107-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: ADS-107-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: ADS-107-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc. SAT/ACTPrepSeries This series will prepare you to excel in all sections of the undergraduate college entrance exams and provide you with the means to achieve your best potential score! Total Cost: $199 (includes $159 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

 Course #: ADS-105-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Mar. 22 (24 sessions)  Course #: ADS-105-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Apr. 19 (24 sessions)  Course #: ADS-105-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - May 24 (24 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc.

GRETestPreparation:Part1 Discover powerful strategies for success in the verbal reasoning and analytical writing sections of the GRE® revised General Test. Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: ADS-108-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: ADS-108-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: ADS-108-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc.

GRETestPreparation:Part2 Learn a variety of useful techniques for tackling the quantitative reasoning sections of the computerized GRE® revised General Test.

Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: ADS-109-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: ADS-109-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: ADS-109-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc.

GREPrepSeries GRE Preparation - Part 1 (Verbal) takes you through the question types on the verbal reasoning and analytical writing sections, including reading comprehension, text comple- tion, sentence equivalence questions and both essay tasks. Gain pointers on time management, anxiety relief, scoring and general standardized test-taking. GRE Preparation - Part 2 (Quantita- tive) features a math review and techniques for tackling the quantitative comparison, data interpretation and standard math questions that make up the quantitative reasoning sections, as well as how to tackle the GRE’s unique new question formats.

Get pointers on time management, anxiety relief, scoring and general standardized test-taking. Total Cost: $199 (includes $159 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: ADS-110-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: ADS-110-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: ADS-110-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - May 24 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc.

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Career & Professional Training Online Classes TOP PICKS FROM OUR ONLINE PARTNERS: Career Business • Better Business Bureau (BBB) In Pursuit of Ethics – Accredited Business Representative • Business Writing for Busy Professionals – Part 1 • Certificate in Customer Service › Keys to Customer Service › Extraordinary Customer Service • Certificate in Data Analysis › Introduction to Data Analysis › Intermediate Data Analysis › Advanced Data Analysis • Effective Business Writing • Spanish for the Workplace Education • Certificate in Online Teaching › Advanced Teaching Online › Designing Online Instruction › Fostering Online Discussion • Certificate in Teaching Adults • Solving Classroom Discipline Problems Financial • Accounting Fundamentals • Accounting Fundamentals Series • Bookkeeping Administration Expert • Certificate in Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers › Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers › Cash is King › Financial Analysis and Planning for Non-Financial Managers • Certified Bookkeeper • Introduction to QuickBooks Online NonProfit • A to Z Grant Writing • Grant Writing Fundamentals Technology • A+ Net+ Security+ • Administrative Professional with Microsoft Office Specialist 2016 • AutoCAD 1 - Basic 2D • CCNA: Routing and Switching • Computer Skills for the Workplace • Creating Web Pages • Creating WordPress Websites • Digital Marketing Certificate › Improving Email Promotions › Boosting Your Website Traffic › Online Advertising • Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2013 • Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2013 • Introduction to SQL • Microsoft Office Suite 2013 • Mobile and Desktop Web Developer Human Resources • Human Resources Professional • Professional in Human Resources (PHR) Exam Prep Management • Certificate in Project Management › Introduction to Project Management › Project Management Processes › Project Management Knowledge Areas • Fundamentals of Supervision and Management • Introduction to Project Management • Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and Black Belt (Exam Cost Included) TAKE CLASSES ANYTIME, ANYWHERE! Our online classes are convenient, relevant and interactive 54 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Career & Professional Training Online Classes Management (continued) • Management Certificate › Management Boot Camp › Collaborative Management › Managing Generations in the Workplace • Project Management Fundamentals • Project Management Professional (PMP) Exam Prep • The Complete Project Manager with CAPM and PMP Prep • Supervisory & Leadership Certificate Health Care • Activity Director • Administrative Dental Assistant • Aromatherapist Career Prep • Become an Optical Assistant • Become a Physical Therapy Aide • Certificate in Gerontology • Certificate in Nutrition, Chronic Disease and Health Promotion • Certificate in Women’s Health Issues • Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist Career Prep • Certified Pharmaceutical Sales Representative (Exam Included) • CPC Medical Billing and Coding • ECG/EKG for Nurses • Explore a Career in Healthcare • Human Anatomy and Physiology • Medical Assisting Career Prep • Medical Office Manager (CPPM) • Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach • Medical Transcription Editor • Mental Health Care Career Prep • Optician Certification Training • Professional Medical Coding and Billing with Applied PCS Health Care (continued) • Spanish for Dentists and Dental Hygienists • Spanish for Healthcare • Spanish for Social Services • Start Your Own Business in Aromatherapy Trades/Industrial • Certified Residential Interior Designer • Freight Broker/Agent Training • Spanish for Construction • Spanish for Manufacturing • Photovoltaic Tech Career Prep • BPI Building Science Principles • Electrical and Electrical Fundamentals Personal Enrichment Language and Arts • Discover Sign Language • Speed Spanish Personal Development • Mastering Your Digital SLR Camera • Stocks, Bonds and Investing: Oh, My! Writing and Publishing • Beginning Writer’s Workshop • Grammar Refresher • Technical Writing • Writing Essentials To register and for all online course titles and descriptions, visit carrollcc.edu/cetonline • Earn industry credentials • Complete a workforce training program • Brush up on life skills • Master a new hobby Online courses are offered in partnership with Career Step, Ed2Go, Ed2Go Career Training, ProTrain and UGotClass.

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Personal Enrichment Hey You, Take a Hike… in a Hiking Class! > page 63 Parents, Create Something with Your Kid in a Class 2gether > page 67 Have Fun Making Flavorful Foods in a Cooking Class > page 69

THE ARTS Drawing,Painting andMedia StudioArt:DrawingandPainting Students who have completed the course ‘Drawing and Painting (Continuing)’ will work on independent projects and explore more advanced techniques in a variety of media. Total Cost: $209 (includes $45 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: PDE-728-A3 (Instructor: Sarah Abel-DeLuca) Wed., Jan.

16 - Mar. 6, 6:30 - 9:00 PM (8 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T405 Course #: PDE-728-B3 (Instructor: Stacy Lund-Levy) Thu., Feb. 7 - Apr. 4, 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM (8 sessions; no class 3/28) Washington Road Campus, T405 Course #: PDE-728-A4 (Instructor: Sarah Abel-DeLuca) Wed., Apr. 3 - May 22, 6:30 - 9:00 PM (8 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T405 Course #: PDE-728-B4 (Instructor: Stacy Lund-Levy) Thu., Apr. 11 - May 30, 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM (8 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T405 DrawingandPainting:Beginning Learn to draw and paint skillfully and beautifully by learning to see things differently, to see in ways not used in ordinary life.

Enhance your creativity as you add the dimension of color. Hands-on exercises will focus on how to use color theory to achieve harmonious colors and how to see and efficiently mix specific desired hues. Instructor: Sarah Abel-DeLuca Total Cost: $209 (includes $45 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: PDE-808-A3M Wed., Jan. 16 - Mar. 6, 6:30 - 9:00 PM (8 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T405 Course #: PDE-808-A4M Wed., Apr. 3 - May 22, 6:30 - 9:00 PM (8 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T405 DrawingandPainting:Continuing Expand your skills by exploring a variety of mediums. Learn how to perceive edges, spaces, relationships, lights and shadows to enlarge your understanding of drawing and painting principles.

Work with your choice of media including colored pencil, pen and ink, acrylic, oil and watercolor. Returning students may work on independent projects. Instructor: Sarah Abel-DeLuca Total Cost: $209 (includes $45 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: PDE-809-A3M Wed., Jan. 16 - Mar. 6, 6:30 - 9:00 PM (8 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T405 Course #: PDE-809-A4M Wed., Apr. 3 - May 22, 6:30 - 9:00 PM (8 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T405 Sarah Abel-DeLuca has an MFA from Brooklyn College and has taught art for 20 years at the high school and college levels. Her work has been exhibited in Maryland and New York and hangs in private collections throughout the United States and Europe.

As the owner of “Sarah Abel-DeLuca, Artist” (www.abelartist.com), she makes her living as a commissioned painter.

Stacy Lund Levy, a polymer clay and mixed media artist, has displayed her work at the Top of the World, World Trade Center in Baltimore, the Carroll County Arts Center, and multiple local craft shows. She is owner of Lund Art Studios and excited to spark creativity in all her students. NEW!CreatingaSculptureUsing ObjectsfromNature Create a freestanding or wall-mounted sculpture from objects found in nature. View historical examples of natural sculptures for inspiration. Formulate possible designs and produce detailed sketches to construct a one-of-a-kind nature sculpture of your own. Students provide some common materials for sculptures.

Instructor: Sarah Abel-Deluca Total Cost: $105 (includes $60 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DPM-019-A3M Mon., Mar. 4 - 18, 6:00 - 9:00 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, A013 NEW!IdentifyingandBuildinga PersonalIconography Build visual memory. Break down barriers to self-expression. Tap into your own personal subconscious and conscious “library of images.” Combine images from multiple sources into a cohesive drawing or painting. Complete several finished drawings or paintings with a sharply honed imagination and the tools to continue making successful artwork “from nothing.” Instructor: Sarah Abel-Deluca Total Cost: $153 (includes $45 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: PDE-098-A3M Sat., Feb. 2 - Mar. 9, 9:00 - 11:30 AM (6 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T405 FineCraft NEW!TheArtofStainedGlassII- BasicLampshades Jump into the world of 3D glass! Learn basic lamp construction and fashion your own stained glass lampshade. Create a treasured piece for your home. All tools and some basic materials provided. Glass and other supplies needed will be discussed at the first class. Prerequisite: The Art of Stained Glass I or previous stained glass experience. Instructor: Cathy Trostle Total Cost: $185 (includes $185 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DPM-016-A3M Wed., Mar.

6 - Apr. 17, 6:30 - 9:00 PM (6 sessions; no class 3/27) Washington Road Campus, A015 Cathy Trostle has designed, created and taught stained glass art for more than 25 years both at Wentz Stained Glass Studio and in her private studio in Gettysburg.

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NEW!BasicHandbuildingWorkshop Explore the art of ceramic handbuilding. Discuss techniques like pinch pottery, coil building and slab building. Practice new skills while designing and creating a unique clay coil basket in just one session. All supplies provided. Instructor: Alex Simms Total Cost: $35 (includes $35 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DPM-013-A3 Sat., Jan.

26, 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM (1 session) Washington Road Campus, A013 NEW!CeramicGardenGoyle Research different sculptures for inspiration to create your own garden goyle. Utilize a variety of ceramic building techniques. Construct a sculpture with accurate facial proportions for a gargoyle. Practice solid sculpt and hollow-out techniques to create an amazing one-of-a-kind garden decoration! All supplies provided. Instructor: Alex Simms Total Cost: $85 (includes $85 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DPM-015-A4 Thu., Apr. 4 - May 2, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (5 sessions) Washington Road Campus, A013 NEW!CeramicToadHouse Design and build your own toad house! Whim- sical as well as practical, a toad house makes a charming addition to any garden.

Toads provide excellent bug control, eating nearly 100 bugs a day. Utilize a variety of ceramic building techniques as well as decorating with emboss- ment, carving and glazing to create a durable, beautiful handmade toad house. All supplies provided. Instructor: Alex Simms Total Cost: $85 (includes $85 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DPM-014-A3 Thu., Feb. 21 - Mar. 21, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (5 sessions) Washington Road Campus, A013 FusedGlassLanterns Create your own unique 10-inch tall lantern by designing a pattern and cutting glass for each of the four glass inserts of the metal lantern.

Following kiln firings to fuse the glass panels, install and permanently affix the panels in your lantern. Customize it to be your very own. Previous glass cutting experience recom- mended. Instructor: Linn Wichowski Total Cost: $105 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DPM-018-A4 Mon., Apr. 29 - May 20, 6:00 - 9:00 PM (3 sessions; no class 5/13) Washington Road Campus, A015 Linn Wichowski works in a variety of artistic media, creating works in stained glass, fused glass, glass clay, and precious metals as well as restoring antique panels of stained glass. Her fused glass works have been shown in galleries in Virginia.

She is an instructor at Wentz Stained Glass Studio, Gettysburg, PA. She holds a Level One certification in Art Clay Silver.

NEW!WindChimes Made from suspended tubes, rods, bells and other objects made of wood or metal, wind chimes decorate porches, terraces, balconies and gardens. Create one yourself and don’t limit yourself to the usual materials. Think outside the box and come up with something wonderful. Use our supplies or bring items of your own. Instructor: Ken Ecker Total Cost: $54 (includes $54 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: DPM-020-A4 Tue. & Thu., Apr. 9 & 11, 6:30 - 9:00 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T405 Ken Ecker, a professional artist living and teaching art in New York City, draws on his passion for teaching art to bring out the creativity and talent of his students, both adult and youth.

084-08-19-1018 CET Continuing Education Classes on Location at Senior Centers! Call the individual senior center for course and schedule details and to register. Mt. Airy Senior Center 410-795-1017 North Carroll Senior Center 410-386-3900 Westminster Senior Center 410-386-3850 Carroll Community College has provided me the opportunity to teach what I love. I have always enjoyed teaching as much as I enjoy learning my craft. I look forward to engaging students with a curriculum that emphasizes hands-on personalized learning. I love to share my knowledge of ceramic art and pottery. —Alex Simms, Ceramics Instructor The Arts Personal Enrichment 58 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Music ClassPianoforAdults-BeginnerI Learn techniques and reading skills in a friendly group setting. Use individual electronic keyboard pianos and move at your own pace. Each class features material presented to the group, followed by time for individualized help. Recommended text: Alfred’s Basic Adult Piano Course, Level 1 Lesson Book. (Available in local music stores or through Amazon, but not CCC Bookstore.) Instructor: Kathy Novalis Total Cost: $95 (includes $95 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: MSC-036-A3B Fri., Jan. 18 - Mar. 22, 9:00 - 10:00 AM (10 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T409 Course #: MSC-036-A4B Fri., Apr.

19 - Jun. 21, 9:00 - 10:00 AM (10 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T409 ClassPianoforAdults-ContinuingII For students who have completed the Beginner course or are proficient in basic note and rhythm reading. Using individual electronic keyboard pianos, each class features material presented to a group, followed by individual- ized help. Recommended text: Alfred’s Basic Adult Piano Course Level 1, later the class transitions into Alfred’s Basic Adult Piano Course, Level 2. (Available in local music stores or through Amazon, but not CCC Bookstore.) Instructor: Kathy Novalis Total Cost: $95 (includes $95 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: MSC-037-A3B Fri., Jan. 18 - Mar. 22, 10:00 - 11:00 AM (10 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T409 Course #: MSC-037-A4B Fri., Apr. 19 - Jun. 21, 10:00 - 11:00 AM (10 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T409 ClassPianoforAdults:AcceleratedBeginner Continue to work through the Alfred’s Basic Adult Piano Course, Level 2 and Level 3 (avail- able in local music stores or through Amazon, but not the CCC Bookstore), plus music of your choosing. New concepts are presented weekly followed by time for individualized help. Students should be proficient in note and rhythm reading. Instructor: Kathy Novalis Total Cost: $95 (includes $95 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: XXZ-482-A3B Fri., Jan. 18 - Mar. 22, 10:00 - 11:00 AM (10 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T409 Course #: XXZ-482-A4B Fri., Apr. 19 - Jun. 21, 10:00 - 11:00 AM (10 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T409 Kathy Novalis, professional musician, singer, accompanist/performer and teacher, has taught various private and group classes in voice and piano. She holds a B.A. in music from University of Rochester, Eastman School of Music. FundamentalsofMusic A general introduction to reading and writing music. Elements of music, notation and terminology, theory, scale formation, triads, chords and their inversions, sight-singing, ear training and an introduction to the keyboard are included.

Co-listed with credit. Total Cost: $444 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: MSC-005-A3B Tue. & Thu., Feb. 5 - May 16, 11:00 AM - 12:20 PM (28 sessions; no class 3/26 & 3/28) Washington Road Campus, T409 TheoryofMusicI Study diatonic harmony as it pertains to all styles of music. Topics include the principles of voice leading, four-part writing in root position and harmonic progression. Co-listed with credit. Total Cost: $444 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MSC-009-A3B Mon. & Wed., Feb. 4 - May 15, 11:00 AM - 12:20 PM (28 sessions; no class 3/25 & 3/27) Washington Road Campus, T409 WorldMusic World Music begins with the study of music as a social and aesthetic activity and as an acoustic phenomenon.

The primary components of music cultures are discussed and analyzed including the context and occasions for music making, the social organization and functions of music, and the oral, written and media transmission of music. Fundamental aspects of sound (pitch, duration, volume and timbre) and their organization into musical structures are identified and explained. Next, the course investigates music from various locations across the globe. Specific case studies are chosen to illuminate a range of socio-musical types from music in small-scale egalitarian communities to rural peasant populations to elite patronized forms of music to mass mediated contexts.

Co-listed with credit.

Total Cost: $444 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MSC-006-A3B Mon. & Wed., Feb. 4 - May 15, 9:30 - 10:50 AM (28 sessions; no class 3/25 & 3/27) Washington Road Campus, T404 Applied Music Individual Lessons The applied vocal and instrumental music lessons classes are scheduled individually with an instructor. Once you are registered, the instructor will contact you to establish the day and time of your half-hour or one-hour lessons. Students provide their own practice instruments.

Cello Guitar Percussion Piano Ukulele Voice 30 Minute Session Total Cost: $355 (includes $355 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: MSC-008-A3 Feb. 4 - May 24 (14 sessions) Scheduled individually with instructor. 60 Minute Session Total Cost: $710 (includes $710 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MSC-010-A3 Feb. 4 - May 24 (14 sessions) Scheduled individually with instructor. The Arts Personal Enrichment 020-03-19 Explore Carroll’s CREDIT PROGRAMS at www.carrollcc.edu/degree Interested in a degree? 59 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment 59 ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Ensembles Some ensembles require an audition. See below for course-specific details. To schedule an audition, contact the Performing Arts Office at 410-386-8575. All performances to be announced. GuitarEnsemble To audition contact the Performing Arts Office at 410-386-8575. Total Cost: $50 (includes $50 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-554-A3P Tue., Feb. 5 - May 21, 5:00 - 7:00 PM (15 sessions; no class 3/26) Washington Road Campus, T411 JazzCombo No audition required. Total Cost: $50 (includes $50 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-110-A3 Tue., Feb. 5 - May 21, 9:00 - 11:00 AM (15 sessions; no class 3/26) Washington Road Campus, T404 RockN’RollEnsemble To audition contact the Performing Arts Office at 410-386-8575.

Total Cost: $50 (includes $50 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-995-A3P (Audition required.) Mon., Feb. 4 - May 20, 5:00 - 7:00 PM (15 sessions; no class 3/25) Washington Road Campus, T404 Course #: XXZ-995-B3 (No audition required.) Tue., Feb. 5 - May 21, 7:00 - 9:00 PM (15 sessions; no class 3/26) Washington Road Campus, T404 AdvancedRockN’RollEnsemble To audition contact the Performing Arts Office at 410-386-8575. Total Cost: $50 (includes $50 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MSC-054-A3P Tue., Feb. 5 - May 21, 5:00 - 7:00 PM (15 sessions; no class 3/26) Washington Road Campus, T404 VocalChamberEnsemble To audition contact the Performing Arts Office at 410-386-8575.

Total Cost: $50 (includes $50 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: MSC-055-A3P Mon., Feb. 4 - May 20, 2:00 - 4:00 PM (15 sessions; no class 3/25) Washington Road Campus, T404 Photography OperatingYourDigitalCamera So... you’ve switched from film to digital photography. What are all those buttons and settings and when should you use them to get the best images? Learn to understand the camera and how it works, distinguish between automatic settings, and determine the best type of settings to use for different situations. Hands-on practice during class provides deeper understanding, familiarity and ease of camera operation.

Bring your digital camera and manual to class. Take pictures with confidence and consistency!

Total Cost: $39 (includes $39 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-358-A3 (Instructor: Daniel Humphries-Russ) Tue., Jan. 15, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Washington Road Campus, A125 Course #: XXZ-358-B3 (Instructor: Steve Solomon) Sat., Jan. 26, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Washington Road Campus, A125 Course #: XXZ-358-C3 (Instructor: Steve Solomon) Sat., Feb. 16, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Washington Road Campus, A125 Course #: XXZ-358-D3 (Instructor: Daniel Humphries-Russ) Tue., Mar. 19, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Washington Road Campus, K132 Course #: XXZ-358-A4 (Instructor: Daniel Humphries-Russ) Tue., Apr. 2, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Washington Road Campus, K132 Course #: XXZ-358-B4 (Instructor: Steve Solomon) Sat., Apr.

20, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Washington Road Campus, A125 Daniel Humphries-Russ, a professional photogra- pher with over 30 years’ experience, has worked for the “Pittsburgh Press” and was the master printmaker for Allied Photo Industries, producing marketing materials for Fortune 500 companies. Since 2008 he has concentrated on producing large format, limited edition, original fine art prints. His website is http//www.humphries-russ. com.

Steve Solomon, professional photographer and owner of S.V. Solomon Photography, brings 14 years of photography experience to his teaching to help students understand and create strong photographs, using the latest techniques. CraftingthePhotograph:Level1 Photography is the way you see things. Learn to use your digital camera to take creative control of your photographs, as Ansel Adams said, “to make good photographs.” Unleash your unique creative vision. Explore both the aesthetic aspects and applied skills of digital photog- raphy. This class is for all digital cameras, DSLR and mirrorless, with interchangeable lenses.

We will take photos and discuss them in class. Prerequisite: Operating Your Digital Camera. Total Cost: $154 (includes $154 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-566-A3P Tue., Jan. 29 - Mar. 12, 7:00 - 9:00 PM (7 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K133 CraftingthePhotograph:Level2 Take your photos to the next level. Learn how and when to go beyond basic camera tech- niques to create accomplished photographs of people, animals, landscapes, plants and still life. Explore depth of field, shutter speed, filters, lenses and more. Bring your loaded single lens reflex (SLR) digital or 35mm film camera to each class.

Prerequisites: Crafting the Photograph: Basic 1, or a basic photography class or experi- ence with an adjustable camera. Instructor: Walt Calahan Total Cost: $110 (includes $110 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-586-A3P Wed., Feb. 6 - Mar. 6, 7:00 - 9:00 PM (5 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K205 Walter P. Calahan, nationally-known freelance photographer for various advertising agencies, corporations and national magazines, brings his unique talent and 23 years of experience to his teaching.

Specialty ActionPhotography Capture the action and emotion of your adven- ture, sporting event, family activities or animal shots. Understand how shutter speed depicts motion. Learn how to select shutter speeds, ISO settings and camera blurs to enhance a sense of motion, tell a story or express drama. Your digital SLR camera should be equipped with medium to long length (28mm - 200mm or longer) telephoto zoom lens for this hands-on class. Prerequisite: Crafting the Photograph. Instructor: Walt Calahan Total Cost: $95 (includes $95 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-827-A4PT Wed., Apr.

24 - May 8, 6:30 - 9:30 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K115 The Arts Personal Enrichment 60 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

HowtoControlDepthofField Utilize your camera and lens capabilities to emphasize your photographic vision. Under- standing depth of field enhances expression and draws attention to your photos by isolating and emphasizing the scene, subject or action. Bring a tripod or other device for stabilizing the camera and charged batteries. Class may be held indoors or outside. For SLR cameras only. Prerequisite: Crafting the Photograph. Instructor: Steve Solomon Total Cost: $39 (includes $39 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-140-A3P Sat., Mar. 16, 9:30 - 11:30 AM Washington Road Campus, K132 Photoshop:BlackandWhitePhotosinthe DigitalDarkroom Discover B & W photography.

Study black and white essentials - light, contrast, shape, form, texture and patterns. Compare your images to study presets, exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, histogram and tone curve. Learn to see in black and white. 30-day free trial of Photoshop available for download recom- mended. Prerequisite: Crafting the Photograph. Instructor: Daniel Humphries-Russ. Total Cost: $93 (includes $55 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: PDE-079-A4 Tue., Apr. 9 - 30, 7:00 - 9:00 PM (4 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K204 NatureandWildlifePhotography Learn how to get the most from your equip- ment through demonstrations and class exercises in the field.

Control light when photo- graphing flowers, explore a polarizing filter and employ telephoto and wide angle lenses for the most dramatic impact. Expand your experience with wildlife photography. Second class at Hashawha Environmental Center. Third class at Piney Run Park. Be prepared to walk and carry your photographic equipment. Prerequisite: Crafting the Photograph. Instructor: Walt Calahan Total Cost: $89 (includes $89 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: PHO-001-A4PT Sat., Apr. 13 - 27, 8:30 - 11:30 AM (3 sessions) Apr. 13: Washington Road Campus, K133 Apr. 20: Hashawha Environmental Center Apr.

27 Piney Run Park NikonDSLR:Set-up&Functions Learn the features and functions of your Nikon DSLR including: displays, menus, buttons and dials. Explore 3D matrix, center-weighted, spot metering, study scene modes and more. Discuss Active-D Lighting, color space and noise reduction. Compare RAW and JPEG formats. Capture images under the widest variety of conditions. Bring your Nikon D-SLR, lens or lenses, User’s Manual, formatted memory card, and charged battery to class. For Nikon D-SLR cameras only. Prerequisite: Operating the Digital Camera. Instructor: Daniel Humphries-Russ Total Cost: $39 (includes $39 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: XXZ-588-A3P Tue., Jan. 22, 6:30 - 9:00 PM Washington Road Campus, K133 TravelPhotography Create inspiring photographs like those seen in the pages of your favorite travel magazine. See the world like a photographer. Discover the many types of travel photography - landscapes, nature, portraits and documentary. Find out what techniques and accessories will help you create more rewarding travel photographs on trips and vacations. Prerequisite: Operating Your Digital Camera. Instructor: Walt Calahan Total Cost: $89 (includes $89 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: PHO-003-A3P Sat., Mar.

9 - 23, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, A125 HEALTH AND WELLNESS Body and Mind GentleYoga Stretches, postures and breathing exercises are adapted to your needs to bring calmness, stress reduction and a feeling of well-being. The stretches and simple yoga postures release tension and bring flexibility to the shoulders, neck, back, hips and legs. For beginners, those with specific limitations or recovering from injury, or experienced students desiring a more relaxed pace. Wear loose-fitting clothes and bring a yoga mat to class. Instructor: Syeda Khan Total Cost: $87 (includes $87 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: XXZ-862-A3 Sat., Feb. 2 - Mar. 16, 9:00 - 10:30 AM (6 sessions; no class 3/2) Washington Road Campus, P527 Course #: XXZ-862-A4 Sat., Apr. 6 - May 11, 9:00 - 10:30 AM (6 sessions) Washington Road Campus, P527 The Arts | Health and Wellness Personal Enrichment NEW!LivingHealthyThroughGoodNutrition Good nutrition is one of the keys to a healthy life. Learn how to improve your health with a balanced diet as registered dietician Barb Walsh takes us through the healthy steps we can all take to improve our lives. Discover the resources available right here in Carroll County. Conclude the evening munching on healthy snacks and a chance to ask questions.

In partnership with Carroll Hospital and the Partnership for a Healthier Carroll County. Total Cost: $5 (includes $5 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: COO-018-A3 Mon., Jan. 14, 6:30 - 8:00 PM Washington Road Campus, L287 Plant-BasedNutritionSimplified Discover the latest information about the health benefits of a plant-focused dietary lifestyle. Study research from thought leaders of the plant-based movement and discuss how to transition from an animal-based diet to a plate filled with vegetables, grains, fruits, beans, nuts and seeds. Share meal ideas for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

See a cooking demonstration of a plant-based meal to share. Final class held at the Carroll County Career and Technology Center. Instructor: Brooke Bussard, M.D. Total Cost: $95 (includes $95 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: PDE-078-A3 Sat., Feb. 2 - 23, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (3 sessions; no class 2/16) Washington Road Campus, A125 Feb. 23: Carroll County Career and Technology Center 61 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Fitness AerobicDancing Offers a progressive multi-level course profes- sionally choreographed for the “non-dancer” by Jackie Sorenson. Exercise at your own level (walk, jog or run) as you firm and tone muscles, strengthen your cardiovascular system, burn calories, reduce stress and socialize with friends. Programs are medically tested for your safety. Instructor: Nancy Brett 26 sessions Total Cost: $114 (includes $114 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXQ-979-A3 Mon. & Wed., Jan. 2 - Apr. 10, 6:00 - 7:00 PM (26 sessions; no class 1/21, 3/25 & 3/27) Washington Road Campus, P527 25 sessions Total Cost: $109 (includes $109 fees) Course #: XXQ-979-A4 Mon.

& Wed., Apr. 22 - Jul. 24, 6:00 - 7:00 PM (25 sessions; no class 5/15, 5/27 & 6/12) Washington Road Campus, P527 Tai Chi The gentle, slow and energizing movements of Tai Chi have been shown to increase concentration and awareness, improve balance and flexibility, and provide greater vitality and overall health. The Tai Chi Fundamentals class will focus on basic concepts and movements and learning the 24-posture Yang style short for Intermediate and advanced students will learn more advanced energy exercises and forms as well as applications of the various movements.

FundamentalsofTaiChi Learn the basic concepts and movements of Tai Chi as well as the 24-posture Yang style short form. Study various movements that demon- strate the principles of Tai Chi and promote relaxation and energy development such as silk reeling, Qi Gong exercises, animal frolics, and two-person exercises. Team-teaching allows continuous skill development to prepare for the intermediate/advanced class. Students may need to repeat this class to master the 24-posture form. Instructors: Bill Whitenton and Linda Albright Total Cost: $79 (includes $79 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: XXZ-155-A3 Thu., Jan. 17 - Mar. 7, 7:15 - 8:15 PM (8 sessions) Washington Road Campus, P527 Course #: XXZ-155-B3 Thu., Mar. 21 - May 16, 7:15 - 8:15 PM (8 sessions; no class 3/28) Washington Road Campus, P527 Bill Whitenton, with over 13 years studying Tai Chi, has attended workshops in San Shou, worked with silk reeling exercises, and Qui Gung breathing. Bill is proficient in the Jang 24 form and has studied the Jang short form and Chen short form as well.

Linda Albright has been studying Tai Chi since 1999. As a Speech and Language Pathologist with Baltimore County Public Schools, she worked and taught for 26 years. Her expertise in Tai Chi comes from her years of study with Jerry Diamond and workshops in San Shou and Shiba Luohangong. TaiChi:Intermediate/Advanced Build on the basics of Tai Chi using traditional Chinese ‘forms’, choreographed sequences of movements, to demonstrate Tai Chi principles, martial applications, and health benefits. Intermediate students will learn a popular Yang style form, the energizing reeling silk exercises, and be introduced to 2-person push hands and other simple 2-person exercises.

Advanced students will learn a Chen style form, introduc- tion to the sword form and will practice short 2-person acts to demonstrate martial applica- tions and refine Tai Chi movements. Instructor: Jerry Diamond Total Cost: $79 (includes $79 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-156-A3P Thu., Jan. 17 - Mar. 7, 7:30 - 8:30 PM (8 sessions) Washington Road Campus, P527 Course #: XXZ-156-B3P Thu., Mar. 21 - May 16, 7:30 - 8:30 PM (8 sessions; no class 3/28) Washington Road Campus, P527 Jerry Diamond has been practicing Taiji (Taichi) for over 30 years and teaching to all ages since 1984 and the college since 1999.

For the past several years, he has judged the Chinese Kuoshu Martial Arts Tournament in Hunt Valley. His classes emphasize the principles of Taiji with the goal of improving health, flexibility, focus and balance. Health and Wellness Personal Enrichment NEW!SelfDefenseandSituationalAwareness Situational awareness is a key factor in daily survival. Many people do not realize how vulnerable they are doing a normal activity such as grocery shopping. Learn to avoid the careless errors that compromise your safety. Topics include mental preparedness, home security, physical security and personal protection.

Don’t be an easy target! Instructor: Stephen Curry Total Cost: $39 (includes $39 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: SFT-003-A4 Wed., Apr. 10, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Washington Road Campus, P520 SelfDefenseforWomen Everyone has the right to defend themselves. Learn how not to be the victim. Gain basic skills to help defend yourself and go through some simple scenarios to develop safe habits. Discover how you can avoid, escape and survive assaults. You are your best defense. Instructor: Stephen Curry.

Total Cost: $39 (includes $39 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-340-A3 Wed., Feb. 27, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Washington Road Campus, P520 StrengthTraining Perform the basics of strength training as an important part of a wellness lifestyle. Learn specific movement skills, use of proper equip- ment and principles for training for a safe and effective conditioning program. Co-listed with credit. Total Cost: $166 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: PDE-096-A3B Tue. & Thu., Feb. 19 - May 16, 11:00 AM - 12:05 PM (24 sessions; no class 3/26 & 3/28) Washington Road Campus, P505 020-03-19 Explore Carroll’s CREDIT PROGRAMS at www.carrollcc.edu/degree Interested in a degree? 62 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Health and Wellness YMCA Barre Stretch yourself with Barre, a combination of ballet, yoga, Pilates and strength training. No dance experience needed. The class is presented in an all-inclusive manner to accommodate participants of all fitness levels. All classes held at the Y of Central Maryland in Westminster. 12 sessions Total Cost: $100 (includes $100 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-454-A3M Mon., Jan. 7 - Mar. 25, 5:30 - 6:30 PM (12 sessions) 11 sessions Total Cost: $92 (includes $92 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-454-A4M Mon., Apr. 1 - Jun. 17, 5:30 - 6:30 PM (11 sessions; no class 5/27) BodySculpt This muscle conditioning class increases muscular strength and endurance by chal- lenging all the major and minor muscle groups through the utilization of free-weights, dyna-bands, body bars and/or stability balls.

All classes held at the Y of Central Maryland in Westminster.

25 sessions Total Cost: $125 (includes $125 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-382-A3M Mon. & Wed., Jan. 2 - Mar. 27, 4:30 - 5:20 PM (25 sessions) 23 sessions Total Cost: $115 (includes $115 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-382-A4M Mon. & Wed., Apr. 1 - Jun. 19, 4:30 - 5:20 PM (23 sessions; no class 5/27) EverfitforSeniors Practice movements that increase joint mobility, balance, strength, flexibility and general fitness education for active older adults. All classes held at the Y of Central Maryland in Westminster.

25 sessions Total Cost: $125 (includes $125 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: XXZ-400-A3M Tue. & Thu., Jan. 3 - Mar. 28, 11:25 AM - 12:15 PM (25 sessions) 24 sessions Total Cost: $120 (includes $120 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-400-A4M Tue. & Thu., Apr. 2 - Jun. 20, 11:25 AM - 12:15 PM (24 sessions) WaterFitness Enjoy the benefits of reduced impact and added resistance with water-based exercise. This is a cardiovascular and muscle conditioning workout that’s done in the pool and is easily adapted to all fitness levels. Note: Pool class schedules subject to change without notice. All classes held at the Y of Central Maryland in Westminster.

25 sessions Total Cost: $125 (includes $125 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-299-A3M Mon. & Wed., Jan. 2 - Mar. 27, 9:00 - 10:00 AM (25 sessions) Course #: XXZ-299-B3M Mon. & Wed., Jan. 2 - Mar. 27, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM (25 sessions) Course #: XXZ-299-C3M Mon. & Wed., Jan. 2 - Mar. 27, 7:30 - 8:30 PM (25 sessions) Course #: XXZ-299-D3M Tue. & Thu., Jan. 3 - Mar. 28, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM (25 sessions) 24 sessions Total Cost: $120 (includes $120 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-299-A4M Mon. & Wed., Apr. 1 - Jun. 19, 9:00 - 10:00 AM (24 sessions) Course #: XXZ-299-D4M Tue.

& Thu., Apr. 2 - Jun. 20, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM (24 sessions) 23 sessions Total Cost: $115 (includes $115 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-299-B4M Mon. & Wed., Apr. 1 - Jun. 19, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM (23 sessions; no class 5/27) Course #: XXZ-299-C4M Mon. & Wed., Apr. 1 - Jun. 19, 7:30 - 8:30 PM (23 sessions; no class 5/27) Zumba Zumba is a fusion of body sculpting movement with easy-to-follow dance steps to the tune of Latin and International music. Features aerobic/ fitness interval training, instructed by a Zumba- certified instructor. All classes held at the Y of Central Maryland in Westminster.

Total Cost: $100 (includes $100 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-078-A3M Tue., Jan. 8 – Mar. 26, 6:15 - 7:15 PM (12 sessions) Course #: XXZ-078-A4M Tue., Apr. 2 - Jun. 18, 6:15 - 7:15 PM (12 sessions) OutdoorAdventure Please Note: To receive a full refund, students must withdraw from an outdoor adventure course no later than two full business days prior to the start of class. IntroductiontoHiking Learn in-depth safety and hiking techniques in preparation for day hikes. Topics include principles and procedures of hiking, survival and safety techniques. Learn about terrain, path markers, weather conditions, clothing and footwear for basic and intermediate hiking.

This course is recommended prior to your first hiking class, unless you have participated in a Carroll Community College hiking series within the past year. Instructor: Chet Andes Total Cost: $25 (includes $25 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: XXZ-683-A3 Online, available anytime. For more information, call 410-386-8100 Personal Enrichment 63 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment 63 ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

NEW!BiketheWesternMDRailTrail(24Miles) Enjoy the day biking the Western Maryland Rail Trail from Hancock to Pearre Station and the historic C&O Canal with blacktopped and dirt/crushed rock sections. Discover the historical markers that made the towpath famous. Participants must be physically active. Bring your own bike or rent from the local bike shop (not included in course cost). Bring your own lunch, water and a sense of adventure! Instructor: Bud Grace Total Cost: $59 (includes $59 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: ADV-010-A4T Sat., Apr. 13, 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM Western Maryland Rail Trail and back through the C&O Towpath (24 miles) IntrotoPickleball Come play Pickleball! Learn the fundamental skills necessary to play the game along with strategies and scoring.

This class is tailored for the beginner and moves at a comfortable pace. If you are one those who would like to learn the game, but want to learn to play with others who are at the same level, this is a great opportunity. Instructor: Larry Wood Total Cost: $45 (includes $45 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XHW-001-A3 Fri., Mar. 8 - Apr. 12, 1:00 - 2:00 PM (5 sessions; no class 3/29) Washington Road Campus, P527 PickleballWorkshop-ImproveYourServe Hone your serving technique and be ready to impress at game time! Learn the basics of the hard serve and conquer the trick of the spin serve.

Practice how to get up to 90% of your serves in and how to move the ball around in the serving area for the serve you need. A great time to learn and play in a friendly environment. Instructor: Larry Wood Total Cost: $12 (includes $12 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XHW-012-A3 Fri., Jan. 11, 12:30 - 2:00 PM Washington Road Campus, P527 NEW!PickleballWorkshop- NetPlay:DinksandVolleys Sharpen your skills and improve your play! Study the fundamentals of dinks. Add this shot to your repertoire of strategic shots. Practice volley techniques by hitting the ball out of the air before it bounces.

Learn and play in a friendly environment. Instructor: Larry Wood Total Cost: $12 (includes $12 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XHW-013-A3 Fri., Jan. 18, 12:30 - 2:00 PM Washington Road Campus, P527 HISTORY, CULTURE & WORLDVIEW Genealogy GenealogyBasics Learn where to look, who to contact, and how to use research tools to begin an exciting and fascinating exploration of your roots. Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: PDE-746-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: PDE-746-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: PDE-746-B3 Wed.

& Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: PDE-746-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc.

Health and Wellness | History, Culture & World View Personal Enrichment Winter&SpringDayHikes Full and half day hikes are planned this winter and spring with a variety of terrain and distance challenges. All hikes will meet at the location listed for that date. Register for hikes individually, or register for the whole series and save! You will receive detailed information on the hike once you register. Prerequisite: Intro to Hiking or have participated in a recent hiking series at Carroll Community College. Instructors: Bud Grace, Chet Andes, Josiah Guthland and Carly Miller Register for individual half-day hikes Total Cost: $35 (includes $35 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: ADV-004-A3PT (Instructor: Josiah Guthland) Sat., Feb. 9, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM North Central Railroad Trail Course #: ADV-004-B3PT (Instructor: Chet Andes) Sat., Mar. 16, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Cat Rock Course #: ADV-004-A4PT (Instructor: Carly Miller) Sat., Apr. 6, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Hashawha Course #: ADV-004-B4PT (Instructor: Josiah Guthland) Sat., May 11, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Patuxent Branch Trail Or Register for the half-day hiking series and save!

Total Cost: $109 (includes $109 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: ADV-001-A3PT Sat., Feb. 9 - May 11, 9:00 - 12:00 PM (4 sessions) Register for individual full-day hikes Total Cost: $59 (includes $59 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: ADV-017-A3PT (Instructor: Bud Grace) Sat., Feb. 23, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM C&O Towpath Antietam Aqueduct into Shepherdstown Course #: ADV-017-B3PT (Instructor: Bud Grace) Sat., Mar. 9, 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM Annapolis Rock-Black Rock Cliffs on Trail Course #: ADV-017-A4PT (Instructor: Bud Grace) Sat., Apr. 27, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Snavely Ford Trail at Antietam Battlefield Course #: ADV-017-B4PT (Instructor: Bud Grace) Sat., May 18, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Cunningham Falls, Thurmont (Manor Trail to Bob’s Hill to Catoctin Iron Furnace and return) Or Register for the full-day hiking series and save!

Total Cost: $190 (includes $190 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: ADV-002-A3PT Sat., Feb. 23 - May 18, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (4 sessions) 020-03-19 Explore Carroll’s CREDIT PROGRAMS at www.carrollcc.edu/degree Interested in a degree? 64 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Personal Enrichment History NEW!AdolfHitlerandtheThirdReich Analyze the major themes, people and ideas in German history from 1919 to 1945. Focus on the Nazi period after 1933.

Examine the roots of Nazism, the personality of Hitler, the develop- ment of the totalitarian state, the events leading to the Second World War in Europe, Germany’s strategy in the war and the meaning of the Holocaust. Co-listed with credit. Instructor: Kate Fanning Total Cost: $444 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: HCW-008-A3B Tue. & Thu., Feb. 5 - May 16, 2:00 - 3:20 PM (28 sessions; no class 3/26 & 3/28) Washington Road Campus, C267 Kate Fanning, a full-time faculty member at Carroll, is a graduate of the College of Notre Dame University, the oldest women’s college in Maryland still operating as a women’s college. She holds a Master’s Degree in Liberal Arts, with a focus on American Political Ideology. Lecture Series with David Booz Join instructor David Booz as he explores the many facets of American wars. Booz is a passionate educator and historian of 45 years, and a sought- after consultant on numerous TV and movie projects.

NEW!TheBirthandLifeofthe RepublicofTexas The history of Texas fascinates many Americans. By 1820 Texas was a state in the republic of Mexico and settlers from the United States were not welcome but were entering Texas anyway. Mexicans and Texicans clashed at the Alamo, Goliad and San Jacinto, and by the end of these battles Texas won its independence. For nine years Texas was an independent country. Find out how Texas achieved its freedom against big odds. (Note: Davy Crockett, William Travis, Jim Bowie and Sam Houston all want to take this class!) Total Cost: $39 (includes $39 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: HCW-018-A3 Thu., Jan. 24, 6:30 - 9:30 PM Washington Road Campus, K132 NEW!TheWarwithMexico The southern border of Texas was in dispute with Mexico, and Mexico was determined not to lose any more land. Conflict on the border soon led to war. The United States Army met their Mexican foes on several battlefields in northern Mexico and California before invading Vera Cruz. Find out what happened in this war and how it impacted American history. Analyze the connection between the Mexican War and the American Civil War.

Total Cost: $39 (includes $39 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: HCW-019-A3 Thu., Feb. 28, 6:30 - 9:30 PM Washington Road Campus, K133 NEW!WesternExpansionfrom1803to1865 In 1803, the United States bought the Louisiana Territory from France. Mountain men followed by wagon trains of hopeful farmers moved west. Fueled by great expectations, expansion caused great problems on social, political and economic levels. Find out if the movies have it right when they portray the American West in this time. Westward ho!

Total Cost: $39 (includes $39 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: HCW-020-A3 Thu., Mar. 21, 6:30 - 9:30 PM Washington Road Campus, C270 NEW!TheAmericanCivilWarWest oftheMississippi Massive armies fought east of the Mississippi River and the conflict was just as brutal. In Missouri, Arkansas, Texas and the Indian Territory, both sides struggled for control of this major source of food and animals. Many western battles shaped the future of our country. Discuss the seldom-recognized war in the West. Total Cost: $39 (includes $39 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: HCW-021-A4 Thu., Apr. 25, 6:30 - 9:30 PM Washington Road Campus, K133 WorldView AmericanCivilRightsMovement Survey the grassroots struggle of African Ameri- cans to gain equality and justice in the United States.

Trace the movement from the years of Jim Crow South, when racism, segregation and discrimination reigned, through its achieve- ments in the 1950s and 1960s. Focus on major events and personalities that transformed American society as well as issues that remain unresolved and important for race relations today. Co-listed with credit.

Instructor: Dr. Robert Young Total Cost: $444 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: PDE-921-A3B Tue. & Thu., Feb. 5 - May 16, 12:30 - 1:50 PM (28 sessions; no class 3/26 & 3/28) Washington Road Campus, C267 NEW!Carroll101 Explore your local government. Focus on major areas of Carroll County Government including the Board of County Commissioners, with presentations by department directors, Sheriff Jim DeWees and State’s Attorney Brian DeLeon- ardo. Selected sessions include an interactive portion for a first-hand look at several allied agency facilities and their operations.

No cost, but registration required. MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: HCW-007-A3 Wed., Feb. 13 - Mar. 13, 7:00 - 9:00 PM (5 sessions) Washington Road Campus, L287 Ethics Engage in critical examination of values through the careful exploration of the views of classic and contemporary moral philosophers. Explore a variety of moral issues including those that are well known and controversial and those that are often overlooked yet relevant. Raise awareness about, and refine our capacity to act effectively in, our roles as moral agents. Co-listed with credit.

Total Cost: $444 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: PDE-083-A3B Tue. & Thu., Feb. 5 - May 16, 9:30 - 10:50 AM (28 sessions; no class 3/26 & 3/28) Washington Road Campus, K205 65 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

NEW!TheLegendofKingArthur: TheMedievalRomance Perhaps the most enduring tradition in all English literature is the story of Arthur and his knights. Review the two most influential authors of Arthurian literature: Chretien de Troyes and Sir Thomas Mallory, whose Le Morte d’Arthur has proven to be the most enduring treatment of the story of King Arthur and his knights.

Explore the development of the Arthu- rian legend and into 21st century Hollywood. Instructor: Derrick Lapp Total Cost: $39 (includes $39 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: HCW-017-A3 Thu., Mar. 21, 6:30 - 9:00 PM Washington Road Campus, K133 NEW!TheLegendofKingArthur: OriginsoftheMyth King Arthur has come to represent the quintessential medieval ruler who captured our imagination. Explore the many possible sources for the Arthurian legend, including ancient and Dark Age Britain, right up to Geoffrey of Monmouth’s History of the Kings of Britain. Instructor: Derrick Lapp Total Cost: $39 (includes $39 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: HCW-016-A3 Tue., Mar. 12, 6:30 - 9:00 PM Washington Road Campus, K132 Derrick E. Lapp is a former US Army Officer and holds a BA in History from the Virginia Military Institute and an MA in Historical Studies from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. His work has been published in the “Journal of Military History” and “U.S. Military History Review.” Arthurian legend has been a passion for Lapp since childhood when he first encountered Howard Pyle’s “The Story of King Arthur and His Knights.” Personal Enrichment History, Culture & World View NEW!NavigatingtheNews:MediaLiteracy inaPolarizedEra Bombarded with news, information and data from every angle and perspective, we can experience news fatigue.

Understand why from history, psychology and social science. Explore some tricks and techniques for staying more safely, confidently and securely engaged. Learn how to stay media literate without being overwhelmed. Instructor: Alan Lyons Total Cost: $35 (includes $35 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: HCW-006-A3 Tue., Feb. 19, 6:00 - 8:30 PM Washington Road Campus, K132 IdeasonDrugs Ideas on Drugs emphasizes the use of critical analysis and honest scholarship to examine how the use of currently demonized and illegal drugs have influenced the history of ideas. What would the world look like without these drugs or the people who used them? Are there “good” drugs and “evil” drugs? Explore contemporary societies’ view of drugs.

Co-listed with credit. Instructor: Don Hoepfer Total Cost: $444 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: PDE-892-A3B Tue. & Thu., Feb. 5 - May 16, 11:00 AM - 12:20 PM (28 sessions; no class 3/26 & 3/28) Washington Road Campus, K132 IntrotoWorldReligion Join us for a comparative survey into human expression through a variety of religious traditions. Analyze various religious traditions around the world and through history. Inquire into the nature of religion and religious experience and call into question some of the important beliefs, practices, questions and effects of religious belief and practice. Critical comparisons will be drawn between major religious traditions of the world and between different expressions within those religious traditions.

Co-listed with credit. Instructor: Don Hoepfer Total Cost: $444 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: PDE-085-A3B Mon. & Wed., Feb. 4 - May 15, 12:30 - 1:50 PM (28 sessions; no class 3/25 & 3/27) Washington Road Campus, M055 IntroductiontoPhilosophy Join us in the critical and open activity of philosophical inquiry. Read and discuss some of the contributions to that conversation by classic and contemporary philosophers for seeing how these people engaged questions that have real applications to us and to see how their thoughts shaped or prod at our lives today. Analyze the contributions made by these philosophers and to comment on their own ideas and worldviews. Co-listed with credit.

Total Cost: $444 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: PDE-082-A3B Mon. & Wed., Feb. 4 - May 15, 9:30 - 10:50 AM (28 sessions; no class 3/25 & 3/27) Washington Road Campus, K129 Camp was as much fun as spending the day at Hershey Park! —Kennedy Faith, Camper I cannot say enough great things about Kids@Carroll and the amazing staff there. Kennedy (and her doll) were so excited for camp each day, and I found myself looking forward to seeing what fun things they had made that day. I love the way that the creativity sparked at the camp has continued throughout the rest of the summer. Kennedy cannot wait to attend camp again next year! —Krystle, Mother 020-03-19 Explore Carroll’s CREDIT PROGRAMS at www.carrollcc.edu/degree Interested in a degree? 66 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

KIDS@CARROLL SecondSaturdays AmericanGirlandMe Come party with your American Girl! Make history come alive as you play games, sing songs and create crafts for you and your doll. Bring your American Girl or other favorite doll. Ages 7 and up. Instructor: Karla Dorsey Total Cost: $49 (includes $49 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: KID-330-A25 Sat., Feb. 9, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Washington Road Campus, A015 NEW!MinecraftClub We have three weeks of Minecraft with a variety of challenges and topics. Registration is indi- vidual for each class. Take one or all three. Each class will emphasize teamwork and leadership within a group.

Topics include challenges to conquer as a class or small group, and building friendships, leaders and villages. Please bring a pair of headphones or earbuds to each class. Ages 8 – 15. Instructor: Danielle Benefiel Register for all three sessions: Total Cost: $120 Course #: KID-373-A4 Sat., Mar. 9 - 23, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, T319 Or register for individual sessions: Minecraft:Civilization Total Cost: $49 Course #: KID-369-A4 Sat., Mar. 9, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T319 Minecraft:RedStone Total Cost: $49 Course #: KID-371-A4 Sat., Mar. 16, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T319 Minecraft:AncientBuild Total Cost: $49 Course #: KID-372-A4 Sat., Mar.

23, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Washington Road Campus, T319 Personal Enrichment Kids@Carroll NEW!Drones Work as a team on a rebuildable drone! Create a plan to construct a drone that meets your team’s challenge. Take turns piloting your team’s drone through tasks. Then rebuild it for the next round. Ages 10 to 15.

Total Cost: $49 Course #: KID-370-A50 Sat., Apr. 13, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Washington Road Campus, A125 Classes2gether For all Classes 2gether (parent/child) classes, you must call 410-386-8100 to register your child. NEW!CookiesandMore If the thought of cookies fills you with delight, make them together with a special adult. Create cookies that are moist and delicious and then make them even more mouthwatering with embellishments and decorations. Cost includes one adult and one child aged 8 – 15. Call 410-386-8100 to register your child. Instructor: Tim Norwood Total Cost: $55 (includes $55 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: COO-017-A3G Sat., Feb. 16, 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM Carroll County Career and Technology Center NEW!GardenMosaicStones Add color to your landscape with easy-to-make stepping stones you decorate with mosaics. Use the same technique for other mosaic garden projects. Plain concrete stepping stones or terracotta pots make solid bases for mosaics. Broken china, bits of glass, stones, crystals, marbles ... let your imagination determine what material you use. Cost includes one adult or one adult and one child aged 8 - 15. Call 410-386-8100 to register your child. Instructor: Ken Ecker Total Cost: $115 (includes $115 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: DPM-021-A3G Tue., Thu. & Sat., Mar. 12 - 16, Tue. & Thu., 6:00 - 8:00 PM, and Sat.,9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (3 sessions) Washington Road Campus, A015 066-06-18-0917 KID 2ND SATURDAYS Join us on the second Saturday of the month for a class, offering the same quality and enrichment you love in our summer camps, compacted into a super Saturday!

CLASSES 2GETHER For kids and a special adult to learn something new together and have fun doing it! There’s something for everyone— painting, cooking, fine crafts, outdoor adventures, sewing, and more. See the Kids@Carroll section for course details! 67 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

LANGUAGE ASL:BasicI Learn common vocabulary and the basics of ASL grammar, while you establish the founda- tion necessary to communicate effectively with deaf and hard of hearing people.

The required text is used in both Beginning level courses. Instructor: Charlene Vandusen Total Cost: $149 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: FLC-202-A3B Thu., Feb. 21 - Apr. 4, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (6 sessions; no class 3/28) Washington Road Campus, K129 ASL-Level2 Continue to build vocabulary and practice your signing skills. Uses the same text as Level 1. Instructor: Charlene Vandusen Total Cost: $149 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: FLC-248-A4BP Thu., Apr. 11 - May 16, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (6 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K132 ASL3:Storytelling For students who have completed ASL Basic I and II or have mastered the signs and concepts presented in the “Signing Naturally” workbook cited below units 1 - 5, taught via visual-gestural communication - voice off/ hands up. Continue to build your vocabulary and grammar skills in ASL with an emphasis on elements and techniques of storytelling in ASL. We all have a story to tell.

Total Cost: $125 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: FLC-278-A3BP Thu., Jan.

10 - Feb. 7, 6:00 - 8:30 PM (5 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K128 Charlene Vandusen holds a Master’s Degree in Deaf Education from Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College) and has been teaching ASL in Carroll County Public Schools, teaching private classes, tutoring, and interpreting since 1992. Many of her students have gone on to pursue careers in interpreting and other jobs working with deaf people.

Italian:Basic1 Benvenuti! Learn to appreciate the charm of Italian culture through the study of the Italian language. Instructor: Simone Haslauer Total Cost: $199 (includes $34 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: FLC-193-A3 Wed., Jan. 23 - Mar. 13, 6:30 - 9:00 PM (8 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K133 Italian:Basic2 A conversational approach builds vocabulary and speaking skills, while further cultural elements are presented. Prerequisite: Italian Basic 1. Instructor: Simone Haslauer Total Cost: $149 (includes $30 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: FLC-213-A4P Wed., Apr.

3 - May 8, 6:30 - 9:00 PM (6 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K133 ElementarySpanishI Elementary Spanish 1 is basic Spanish for students with little or no knowledge of the language. The course provides a solid founda- tion in the four language skills: listening, reading, writing and speaking, as well as grammar. Co-listed with credit.

Total Cost: $444 (includes $30 fees); plus text MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: FLC-272-A3B Mon. & Wed., Feb. 4 - May 22, 9:30 - 10:50 AM (29 sessions; no class 3/25 & 3/27) Washington Road Campus, L284 SpeedSpanish This course is designed for anyone who wants to learn Spanish pronto. You’ll learn six easy recipes for gluing Spanish words together to form sentences. In no time at all, you’ll be able to go into any Spanish speaking situation and converse in Spanish. íQuT Bueno! Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: FLC-164-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec.

12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: FLC-164-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: FLC-164-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: FLC-164-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc.

Language Personal Enrichment 066-05-18-0917 APE Wanttohaveawine&cheese classwithyourco-workers? Howaboutacookingclassfor yourbookclub? Orastainedglassclasswith yourfamily? Wecandothat…andmore! Customize your own class in: • Art • Cooking • Fine crafts & jewelry • Painting • Photography • Wine appreciation • and much more! Perfect for: • Book clubs • Church groups • Couples night out • Family gatherings • Team building Createa FUN& FABULOUS get-togetherforyour groupoffriends,family orworkgroup.

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LIFESTYLE AND POPULAR CULTURE Cooking Demonstration courses: Students observe instructor prepare recipes and demonstrate technique. Class culminates with tasting and students take home recipes. Hands-on courses: Students actively participate in practicing technique, preparing recipes and tasting the prepared food. Recipes provided for all dishes. Please note: Students who withdraw six business days or less before the start date may receive a refund less the supply fee. AdvancedKnifeSkills Go beyond slice, dice or mince and take your knife skills to the next level. Practice fluting mushrooms, creating Tourne (or Tornado) Potatoes and other appealing fancy cuts.

But don’t stop there - you’ll practice fileting and boning so your fish or poultry is perfectly cut. Bring your own sharpened knives or use ours and let the cutting begin! Hands-on course. Instructor: Tim Norwood Total Cost: $55 (includes $55 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XCO-069-A3 Wed., Mar. 13, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Carroll County Career and Technology Center NEW!AsianNoodles Develop skills in the wonderful world of Asian noodles. Distinguish between a variety of noodles typically found in Asia and explain the differences between them. Employ secrets for cooking noodles properly every time.

Utilize your new skills to make delicious, quick meals. Instructor: Greg Hutsell Total Cost: $59 (includes $59 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: COO-015-A3 Thu., Feb. 21, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Carroll County Career and Technology Center NEW!ChocolateClass CHOCOLATE. CHOCOLATE. CHOCOLATE. Come explore a world of chocolate. Learn where it comes from and how it is made. See how other countries use their chocolate. Utilize chocolate in unusual ways. Instructor: Missy Marlin Total Cost: $59 (includes $59 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: COO-012-A3 Wed. & Thu., Feb. 6 & 7, 6:30 - 8:30 PM (2 sessions) Washington Road Campus, A015 NEW!HandmadePasta Mastering the art of gourmet cooking at home has never been easier! Nothing beats home- made pasta and creating it is easier than you think.

Learn how to make the pasta and prepare a dish with the freshly made version, then come back for day two to work with the dried version. Instructor: Amelia Baer Total Cost: $59 (includes $59 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: COO-013-A3 Tue. & Thu., Mar. 5 & 7, 6:00 - 9:00 PM (2 sessions) Carroll County Career and Technology Center ATasteforHealthyCooking Cooking is your joy? Make it healthy too! Discover how to prepare delicious gourmet meals without the high carbs, fat and calories. Perfect for anyone trying to eat more consciously as well as those on limited diets. Demonstration course.

Instructor: Tim Norwood Total Cost: $59 (includes $59 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: XXZ-500-A3 Tue., Jan. 22, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Carroll County Career and Technology Center NEW!ThaiCurries Thai curry, a truly exquisite dish, can be enjoyed by all varieties of palates. Practice the delicate balance of herbs and spices, meat and vegetables, sauces and succulents. Enjoy contrasting flavors such as the delicate cucumber with the pungent chili, or sweet chili with the sour of lime. Instructor: Greg Hutsell Total Cost: $59 (includes $59 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: COO-016-A4 Tue., Apr.

9, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Carroll County Career and Technology Center NEW!WinterCakes Mastering the art of gourmet cooking at home has never been easier! Find the perfect solution to creating your ideal homemade cakes - whether stylish and elegant or homespun and comfortable, this class has you covered. Begin the night with a luscious glittering cranberry cake and end with a rustic gingerbread cake complete with silky homemade lemon curd. Instructor: Amelia Baer Total Cost: $68 (includes $68 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: COO-014-A3 Tue., Jan. 15, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Carroll County Career and Technology Center Amelia Baer launched “My Gurl & Me” (MyGurlAndMe.com) in 2012 as a conduit for her creative pursuits.

She has honed her culinary skills through private study and teaching cooking classes at a local specialty market. Her innovative recipe development has expanded extensively. If you are passionate about food and drink then you will feel right at home in Amelia’s classes. Greg Hutsell has been cooking all his life. He has developed his own classic style using fresh local ingredients. His classes are tailored to students of all skill levels.

Chef Tim Norwood, a graduate of the Baltimore Culinary Institute, has been teaching culinary arts at the Carroll County Career and Technology Center since 1997. A sought-after teacher, he brings his exuberance and expertise to the classroom. Norwood enjoys creating unique dishes using basic techniques and then experimenting with the flavors of authentic ethnic ingredients and combining them with the bounty found in local grocery stores. Lifestyle and Popular Culture Personal Enrichment 020-03-19 Explore Carroll’s CREDIT PROGRAMS at www.carrollcc.edu/degree Interested in a degree? 69 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

HandGunQualification MarylandHandGunQualification(HQL) Course This Handgun Qualification License training is a four-hour block of instruction which includes classroom instruction on state firearm law, home firearm safety, hand-gun mechanisms and operation, and a component that requires the applicant to demonstrate the ability to safely fire a handgun. Unless otherwise exempt, as of October 1, 2013, a Maryland resident must possess a valid Handgun Qualification License before they may purchase, rent or receive a handgun. Students must be 18 years of age to enroll. For your convenience, optional services will be available the day of class for an additional $120 HQL fee: Essential Support Service (ESS) will be on-sight to provide live scan fingerprinting services (which are required for HQL processing), and HQL application assistance Total Cost: $125 (includes $110 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: PDE-080-A3T Sat., Jan. 12, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (2 sessions, second session held at range) Washington Road Campus, P520 Course #: PDE-080-B3T Tue., Feb. 19, 6:00 - 10:00 PM (2 sessions, second session held at range) Washington Road Campus, P520 Course #: PDE-080-C3T Thu., Mar. 21, 6:00 - 10:00 PM (2 sessions, second session held at range) Washington Road Campus, K128 Course #: PDE-080-A4T Sat., Apr. 13, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (2 sessions, second session held at range) Washington Road Campus, P520 The operation and handling demonstration will be held at the Hap Baker Firearms facility in Westminster.

Dates will be made available during class. You will need to satisfy this requirement before receiving your HQL.

Lifestyle and Popular Culture Personal Enrichment Motorcycle Please Note: to receive a refund, students must withdraw from a motorcycle course no later than three full business days prior to the start of class. If a student is eligible for a course refund and course materials were already distributed, a $20 fee will be deducted from the refund. MotorcycleSafety&LicensureReview For the true novice rider who has little or no riding experience, this course includes classroom, an online component and riding instruction on the basic riding skills and strate- gies necessary to begin practicing street riding.

No previous motorcycle riding experience necessary. Students receive a Completion Certificate for their Class M designation upon successful completion. Program training motorcycles are provided. Please note students who withdraw after their program materials have been distributed will receive a refund minus the materials fee.

Total Cost: $299 (includes $125 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: TRA-044-A4 Classroom: Wed., Thu., Apr. 10 & 11, 6:30 - 9:30 PM Range: Sat. & Sun., Apr. 13 & 14, 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM Washington Road Campus, M055 Course #: TRA-044-B4 Classroom: Wed. & Thu., Apr. 10 & 11, 6:30 - 9:30 PM Range: Sat. & Sun., Apr. 20 &21, 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM Washington Road Campus, M055 Course #: TRA-044-C4 Classroom: Wed. & Thu., Apr. 24 & 25, 6:30 - 9:30 PM Range: Sat. & Sun., Apr. 27 & 28, 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM Range: Washington Road Campus, M055 Course #: TRA-044-D4 Classroom: Wed. & Thu., Apr. 24 & 25, 6:30 - 9:30 PM Range: Sat.

& Sun., May 4 & 5, 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM Washington Road Campus, M055 For additional class dates, go to www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment. GetReadytoRide… NewMotorcycles!

Courses offered April – October Basic Motorcycle Safety (BRC) No previous motorcycle riding experience is necessary. Upon successful completion, students receive a Completion Certificate for their Class M designation. NEW! Basic Rider Course 2 – License Waiver For riders with or without a permit who are currently riding and want to earn a motorcycle license or endorsement. Already licensed or endorsed riders may participate. Includes an online e-course to be completed prior to the in-person session, which includes 3 hours of classroom and 5 hours of riding instruction.

ProRider® Advanced, precision motorcycle skill training incorporates the same training exercises used by police motorcycle officers and motorcycle competitors.

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ProRiderAdvancedMotorcycleSkillsTraining Motorcycle skill courses include the same training exercises used by police motorcycle officers and motorcycle rodeo competitors - riding techniques that will improve your riding ability and riding confidence. Classes cover slow speed maneuvers, confined space turns, crash avoidance and various braking challenges. Total Cost: $175 (includes $162 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only. Course #: TRA-058-A4 Fri., Apr. 19, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Washington Road Campus, Parking Lot BasicRiderCourse2-LicenseWaiver This course is designed for riders with or without a permit who are currently riding and want to earn a motorcycle license or endorse- ment.

Already licensed or endorsed riders may also participate. Includes an online e-course to be completed prior to the in-person session. Also includes three hours of classroom and five hours of riding instruction. Motorcycles are provided for this course; however, students have the option to use their own motorcycle. Motorcycles must be transported legally. Students must fill out a liability waiver and bring license, registration and proof of insurance prior to class. All motorcycles will be inspected for safety by instructors. Register for these sessions to use motorcycle provided: Total Cost: $269 (includes $124 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: TRA-060-A4 Fri., Apr. 12, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Washington Road Campus, M055 Course #: TRA-060-B4 Fri., Apr. 26, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Washington Road Campus, M055 Motorcycles are provided for this course; however, students have the option to use their own motorcycle. Motorcycles must be trans- ported legally. Students must fill out a liability waiver and bring license, registration and proof of insurance prior to class. All motorcycles will be inspected for safety by instructors. Register for these sessions to use your own motorcycle: Total Cost: $219 (includes $74 fees); includes text MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: TRA-060-A4CYC Fri., Apr. 19, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Washington Road Campus, M055 For additional class dates, go to www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment. PersonalInterest BeekeepingBasics Beekeeping for profit, fun or growing your garden! Learn about getting started, equipment and assembly, honey bee biology, seasonal management, swarm collecting, requeening instruction and diseases. A hands-on lab provides honey extraction demonstration, open hive inspection and equipment building. Appropriate for children ages 12 and up accompanied by an adult. In partnership with Carroll County Beekeepers Association.

Total Cost: $80 (includes $80 fees) per family MD senior adults pay fees only.

Course #: SBA-652-A3G Wed. & Sat., Feb. 6 - Mar. 13, 7:30 - 9:30 PM (7 sessions) Washington Road Campus, K100 Sat., Mar. 9, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Bee Yard at Hashawha Stocks,Bonds,andInvesting:OhMy! Learn how to make wise investment deci- sions so that you have enough money to live comfortably through your retirement. Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: FIN-089-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: FIN-089-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: FIN-089-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: FIN-089-C3 Wed.

& Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc.

Lifestyle and Popular Culture Personal Enrichment GiftCertificate(s)maybeappliedtowardthetuitionandfees ofanycontinuingeducationorcreditclassatCarroll.The registeringstudentisresponsibleforalladditionaltuitionand/ orfees.GiftCertificate(s)mustaccompanytheregistrationform andmaynotbeusedinconjunctionwithtelephoneorweb registrationmethods.GiftCertificate(s)maynotbeapplied retroactively.GiftCertificate(s)maynotbeconvertedintocash. You choose the amount, they choose the class! • A Personal Enrichment class for fun. Choose from art, photography, history, health, wellness, an outdoor adventure and more!

• Short-term training for a new career. Train to become a pharmacy technician, welder, veterinarian assistant or even a drone pilot! Gift Certificates are available year round. Call 410-386-8040 or stop by the Cashier’s Office: Monday – Thursday | 8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Friday | 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The office will be closed Wednesday, Dec. 19 – Tuesday, Jan. 1 CELEBRATE SPECIALOCCASIONS WITH THE GIFT OF LEARNING 164-07-18-0518 INF 71 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

WRITING TheKeystoEffectiveEditing If you aspire to be an editor, this copyediting course will teach you the fundamentals of top- notch editing for both fiction and nonfiction.

If you’re already working as an editor, you’ll not only brush up on your skills, but will also learn about recent advances in your chosen profes- sion. If you’re a writer, you will learn essential self-editing tools to give your manuscripts the professional look that publishers like to see. Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: PWL-291-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: PWL-291-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: PWL-291-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb. 13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: PWL-291-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar.

13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc.

WriteFictionlikeaPro This course helps you develop the same story structuring skills the pros use. You’ll understand how your passion, theme, premise, and characters help you create the structure of your story, and you’ll discover how viewpoint, dialogue, pacing, and many other techniques are used to build scenes and move your story from beginning to end. Total Cost: $119 (includes $105 fees) MD senior adults pay fees only.  Course #: PWL-294-D2 Wed. & Fri., Dec. 12 - Jan. 18 (12 sessions)  Course #: PWL-294-A3 Wed. & Fri., Jan. 16 - Feb. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: PWL-294-B3 Wed. & Fri., Feb.

13 - Mar. 22 (12 sessions)  Course #: PWL-294-C3 Wed. & Fri., Mar. 13 - Apr. 19 (12 sessions) Online For more information and course registration details, go to www.ed2go.com/carrollcc.

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Information • HowtoRegister • CourseCost • Drops,Refunds,Cancellations • TextbooksandBookstore • InclementWeatherProcedures • Locations • RegistrationForms • Index

Information CourseCost • Residents of Carroll County: pay the Total Cost as shown with the course description • Maryland residents age 60 and over and those with a Disability Waiver: pay fees only, as shown with the course description, plus $5 out-of-county fees if not a resident of Carroll County • Maryland residents of other counties: pay the Total Cost plus $5 out-of-county fee • Residents of other states: pay Total Cost plus $10 out-of-state fee • Non-U.S.

Citizens: pay Total Cost plus $10 fee (fee waived with copy of appropriate Visa) The College makes every effort to keep course costs low and comparable to costs of similar courses at other area community colleges.

AgeRequirements Anyone 16 or older may register on a first- come, first-served basis. Students under 16 may take non-credit courses listed for their age group through Summer!Kids@Carroll and Teen College. Some exceptions may apply for courses designed for families; eligibility will be indicated in the course description. TuitionWaivers Disability Waiver Individuals with total and permanent disabilities may be eligible for tuition waivers for continuing education instruction designed to lead to employment, including life-skills instruction. The tuition waiver may be applied to courses listed in the Career and Professional Training section of this schedule (see Table of Contents).

Students must obtain a Certification for Tuition Waiver form (available on the College website under Costs & Aid, at the Cashier’s Office or by calling 410-386-8040) verifying total and permanent disability and receipt of disability or retirement benefits from the Social Security Administration, the Railroad Retirement Board, or from the individual’s federal retirement or pension authority. Students must register in person and submit the completed certification form. Qualified students are responsible for paying all associated course fees.

SeniorAdults Maryland residents age 60 and over are exempt from paying tuition for courses submitted for State funding to support course costs.

Residents age 60 and over pay fees only, as shown with the course description, plus $5 out-of-county fees if not a resident of Carroll County. (Some courses are not eligible for State funding to support instructional costs. Residents 60 and over pay all course costs for such courses.) Drops,RefundsandCancellations Course cancellations: 100% refund will be issued for any course the College cancels.

Before the course begins: Course withdrawals and requests for full refunds may be made up to 24 hours before the course begins by calling Continuing Education and Training at 410-386-8100. Some exceptions may apply and will be noted in the course description. After the course begins: Refunds are not awarded after a course has started. The College reserves the right to cancel courses or make changes due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen circumstances. In these events, students will be notified via email.

TuitionAssistance Tuition assistance may be available for eligible Carroll County non-credit students.

Contact Beth Rosko Lee at blee@carrollcc.edu or 410-386-8096, or go to www.carrollcc.edu/tuitionassistance. ContinuingEducationTraining ProgramsandEmployability Passing a course or program may be the first step toward certification; however, to become employed or to receive state or national certifica- tion or licensure, other requirements in addition to training may apply. These may include a high school diploma, legal residency or additional exams. It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of those requirements.

Carroll Community College cannot confirm whether a course or workforce certificate program meets requirements for professional licensure in states other than Maryland. If you plan to apply for licensure in a state other than Maryland, contact that state’s licensing board to determine whether the College course or training meets requirements for licensure in that state. EmployerPaidCourse An employer or other third party may pay for any continuing education course(s). If the company wishes to be billed, students must have either a purchase order, voucher, letter of authorization or credit card from the company/third party at the time of registration.

GiftCertificates Gift certificates can be purchased in almost any amount and redeemed for the course of choice. Contact the Cashier’s Office at 410-386-8040. Or stop in Monday – Thursday, 8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Certificates may be applied toward the tuition and fees of any continuing education or credit class and may not be converted to cash. NumberstoKnow AdmissionsforDegreePrograms . . 410-386-8430 Advising/Transfer forDegreePrograms . . 410-386-8435 CareerServices . . 410-386-8523 Cashier’sOffice . . 410-386-8040 Disabilities . . 410-386-8329 GeneralCollegeInformation .

. 410-386-8000 Records/Registration forDegreePrograms . . 410-386-8440 Easy Ways to Register RegisterEarly! Courses that have not met the minimum enrollment may be cancelled one week before the start date. Ensure that the course you want will be held by registering early! OfficeHours Monday – Thursday | 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Friday | 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 1.Online Go to www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment and follow instructions. You will need to pay in full with a credit card when registering. For fast registration, use your college ID# to login. For help, call Continuing Education and Training at 410-386-8100.

2.Mail Mail a completed and signed registration form with total payment to: Carroll Community College Business Office CET 1601 Washington Road Westminster MD 21157 3.Walk-In Register in-person in Room A115 on the Washington Road Campus. On Saturdays and after regular office hours, registrations and check or credit card payments may be left in the drop box next to the Cashier’s Office. 4.Fax Fax completed and signed registration form with credit card payment information to 410-386-8111. 5.Telephone Call 410-386-8100. Have the course details and your credit card information ready. 74

Information RepeatedCourses Continuing Education and Training wants every student to be successful; however, we recognize that a course or training program may not always be the best match for a student.

Thus, the College reserves the right to decline a student registration into any career training course or program where the student has unsuccessfully attempted the same course or training program twice. CourseTextbooks Textbooks for Continuing Education courses are generally available for purchase in the bookstore approximately one week before your course begins. To determine whether or not a textbook purchase is required, refer to the course descrip- tion. Students buying textbooks will find specific ordering information such as author, title, edition, ISBN, etc. for each textbook on the bookstore website (www.carrollcc.edu/bookstore) approxi- mately two weeks prior to the start of the course.

Students are encouraged to purchase textbooks from the College bookstore; however, they may also purchase used or new textbooks from other bookstores or online vendors.

Carroll Community College is aware of the high cost of college textbooks. We endeavor to select reasonably priced texts that provide currency, relevance and the most effective presentation of course content. Non-CreditCourseDisclaimer Courses and class schedule information listed in the Non-Credit Course Schedule, promotional literature and on the College website are subject to change. The College regrets any discrepancies or typographical errors. BookstoreHours Monday – Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

410-386-8447 or www.carrollcc.edu/bookstore TheCollegewillbeclosed onthefollowingdates: • Winter Recess: Dec.

19 – Jan. 1 • Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday: Jan. 19 – 21 • Spring Recess: March 24 – 31 InclementWeatherProcedures Receive information directly to your e-mail or cell phone by registering for the free Campus Emergency Notification System, e2campus. Go to www.carrollcc.edu/alerts to register. Go to www.carrollcc.edu for closing or late opening information. For more detailed informa- tion on non-credit courses and events, call the Inclement Weather line at 410-386-8457. For college courses held at a Carroll County public school, if Carroll County Public Schools close for the day or during the day, the college courses being held there that evening will be cancelled.

TheCanteenCafé Winter 2019 Hours Monday – Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Spring 2019 Hours Monday – Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. DisabilitySupportServices Carroll is committed to providing equal access for all students in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and related law. Students in need of accommodations should contact the Office of ADA Support Services, located in A101 Admissions, prior to the start of their course or program, or call 410-386-8327 or e-mail jtatela@carrollcc.edu, or refer to the College website’s list of Student Services for additional information.

Emergency Rescue Assistance stairwells are located in every building, and the College urges all students to become familiar with these locations.

ElectronicImageUse Because Carroll Community College is a public institution, photographs of students, staff, faculty or visitors in common areas on campus or at public ceremonies or events can be used in printed and electronic public relations materials without their permission. The individual has no privacy rights in this instance and no model’s release is required. However, every effort will be made by the photographer to notify individuals within the shoot area so that they may choose to exclude themselves from the photograph. Locations Carroll Community College Washington Road Campus 1601 Washington Road, Westminster Adult Education Programs Multi-Service Center 224 North Center Street, Westminster Carroll County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) 1229 Washington Road, Westminster Carroll County Public Library Go to library.carr.org for branch locations and directions.

Community Media Center 1301 Washington Road, Westminster Dream Flight School 200 Airport Drive, Westminster, Space 12 Miller, Resources for Entrepreneurs Winchester West 56 West Main Street, Westminster, Suite 203 Y of Central Maryland 1719 Sykesville Road, Westminster RideCarrollTransitSystemtoCarroll Carroll Transit System, operated by Ride With Us, provides safe and convenient transporta- tion to campus. Discounted student passes are available for Carroll Community College students. For more information or to see current schedules, visit www.carrolltransitsystem.com or call 410-363-0622.

SmokingandTobaccoUsePolicy Carroll Community College is a smoke- and tobacco-free environment.

Smoking, vaping and/or tobacco use is prohibited in college- owned or leased buildings and off-campus sites operated by the College; all College property including parking lots, athletic fields and amphitheater; and College-owned vehicles. Tobacco and smoking products restricted from use include, but are not limited to, cigarettes, cigars, pipes, bidi, clove cigarettes, dip, chew, snuff, snus and electronic cigarettes. TheContinuingEducation OfficialCollegeRecord(transcript) The Official Record documents: All successfully completed Continuing Educa- tion workforce-related courses, successfully completed Workforce Training Certificate programs and earned CEUs, if applicable.

A $2 fee is charged for each Official College Record. To request, call 410 386-8100. CarrollCommunityCollege BoardofTrustees Sherri-Le Bream, Chairperson Kelly M. Frager, Vice Chairperson David S. Bollinger Diane A. Foster Dennis J. Hoover Mary Kay Nevius-Maurer David P. O’Callaghan Dr. James D. Ball, Secretary/Treasurer County Commissioner, Ex-Officio Dr. James D. Ball, President of the College Carroll Community College is an Equal Opportunity, ADA Title 504 compliant institution. Howarewedoing?

Continuing Education and Training strives to provide excellent customer service to our students, as well as providing residents and employers in Carroll County with innovative, relevant non-credit learning opportunities that support personal growth, job preparation, and career and professional development. We value your opinion. Please let us know how we are doing! Do you have an idea for a course? Is there something we could improve? Did you enjoy your experience at Carroll Community College? Email your comments to cet@carrollcc.edu 75 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment 75 ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

ContinuingEducationandTraining RegistrationForm 410-386-8100 | FAX 410-386-8111 | Room A115 1601 Washington Road | Westminster, MD 21157 | carrollcc.edu 1. Are you of Hispanic or Latino origin? ❑ Yes ❑ No 2. What is your race? Select one or more of the following categories: ❑ White ❑ Black or African American ❑ Asian ❑ American Indian or Alaska Native ❑ Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander Mail completed registration form and check or money order for full amount to: Carroll Community College Business Office CE 1601 Washington Road Westminster, MD 21157 The college reserves the right to cancel courses or make changes due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen circumstances.

In these events, students will be notified via email. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects the privacy of student records. For information visit www.carrollcc.edu/ferpa The College prohibits the enrollment of individuals listed on any State Services Sex Offender registry and/or Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services Sex Offender registry. Off-site contract training for clients may be exempt.

Icertifythatthestatementsmadeinthisapplicationarecorrect.Iagreetocomplywith allpoliciesandregulationsofCarrollCommunityCollegeandunderstandthatitismyre sponsibilitytofamiliarizemyself withtheDrug-FreeSchoolsandCommunityAct,Smoke/Tobacco-FreeCampusPolicyandthe CodeofIntegrityforAcademicandBehavioralStandards,allfoundatcarrollcc.eduand inthecollegecatalog. Signature(required _ _ ForOfficeUseOnly:Recby _ Processor _ Date ❑ Phone ❑ Mail ❑ Walk-In ❑ FAX If paying with a credit card, register online at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment or by Phone: 410-386-8100, Fax: 410-386-8111. Charge to my ❑ CreditCardNumber _ CID _ _ CardHolder’sName _ CreditCardExpirationDate _ _ CardHolder’sBillingAddress(required _ _ CardHolder’sSignature _ _ Tuition $200 or more?

Use the FACTS program, a monthly payment program. Go to www.carrollcc.edu/factsplan for more information. 066-02-18-1017 CET Note: Your CID# is the last three digits in the signature box on the back of your credit card. Savetime…registeronline!carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment Today’sDate _ Last4DigitsofSocialSecurityNo _ CollegeID _ DateofBirth(required _ _ LastName _ LegalFirstName _ ChosenFirstName _ MiddleInitial _ _ HomeAddress _ _ EmailAddress(required _ _ City _ State _ _ Zip _ CountyofResidence _ _ HomePhone _ BusinessPhone _ CellPhone _ _ ❑ Male ❑ Female ❑ U.S. citizen ❑ Non-U.S. citizen (pay course cost plus $10 out-of-state fee per course; fee waived with copy of appropriate Visa) ❑ I am not a Carroll County resident (pay course cost plus $5 out-of-county fee per course) ❑ I am not a Maryland resident (pay course cost plus $10 out-of-state fee per course) ❑ I am a Maryland resident, 60 years of age or older (pay fees only plus $5 out-of-county fee if appropriate) ❑ I am enrolling in a Workforce Training Certificate program or course(s).

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ContinuingEducationandTraining RegistrationForm 410-386-8100 | FAX 410-386-8111 | Room A115 1601 Washington Road | Westminster, MD 21157 | carrollcc.edu 1. Are you of Hispanic or Latino origin? ❑ Yes ❑ No 2. What is your race? Select one or more of the following categories: ❑ White ❑ Black or African American ❑ Asian ❑ American Indian or Alaska Native ❑ Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander Mail completed registration form and check or money order for full amount to: Carroll Community College Business Office CE 1601 Washington Road Westminster, MD 21157 The college reserves the right to cancel courses or make changes due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen circumstances.

In these events, students will be notified via email. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects the privacy of student records. For information visit www.carrollcc.edu/ferpa The College prohibits the enrollment of individuals listed on any State Services Sex Offender registry and/or Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services Sex Offender registry. Off-site contract training for clients may be exempt.

Icertifythatthestatementsmadeinthisapplicationarecorrect.Iagreetocomplywith allpoliciesandregulationsofCarrollCommunityCollegeandunderstandthatitismyre sponsibilitytofamiliarizemyself withtheDrug-FreeSchoolsandCommunityAct,Smoke/Tobacco-FreeCampusPolicyandthe CodeofIntegrityforAcademicandBehavioralStandards,allfoundatcarrollcc.eduand inthecollegecatalog. Signature(required _ _ ForOfficeUseOnly:Recby _ Processor _ Date ❑ Phone ❑ Mail ❑ Walk-In ❑ FAX If paying with a credit card, register online at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment or by Phone: 410-386-8100, Fax: 410-386-8111. Charge to my ❑ CreditCardNumber _ CID _ _ CardHolder’sName _ CreditCardExpirationDate _ _ CardHolder’sBillingAddress(required _ _ CardHolder’sSignature _ _ Tuition $200 or more?

Use the FACTS program, a monthly payment program. Go to www.carrollcc.edu/factsplan for more information. 066-02-18-1017 CET Note: Your CID# is the last three digits in the signature box on the back of your credit card. Savetime…registeronline!carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment Today’sDate _ Last4DigitsofSocialSecurityNo _ CollegeID _ DateofBirth(required _ _ LastName _ LegalFirstName _ ChosenFirstName _ MiddleInitial _ _ HomeAddress _ _ EmailAddress(required _ _ City _ State _ _ Zip _ CountyofResidence _ _ HomePhone _ BusinessPhone _ CellPhone _ _ ❑ Male ❑ Female ❑ U.S. citizen ❑ Non-U.S. citizen (pay course cost plus $10 out-of-state fee per course; fee waived with copy of appropriate Visa) ❑ I am not a Carroll County resident (pay course cost plus $5 out-of-county fee per course) ❑ I am not a Maryland resident (pay course cost plus $10 out-of-state fee per course) ❑ I am a Maryland resident, 60 years of age or older (pay fees only plus $5 out-of-county fee if appropriate) ❑ I am enrolling in a Workforce Training Certificate program or course(s).

Program _ _ SocialSecurityNumber(requiredforWorkforceTrainingCertificateprogramsandcour ses _ _ Social Security Numbers are used for federal and state reporting purposes only. Your Social Security Number is confidential. (If previously provided, leave blank.) Course Number Course Title Start Date Start Time Cost _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ OutofCounty/OutofStateFees _ _ TotalCost _ _

Index 3DPrinting,Introductionto . . 23 AcademicEnglishClasses . 53 AccessLevel1 . . 43 AccessLevel2 . . 43 AccountingandFinancialStatements,Understanding . . 15 AccountingFundamentalsII . . 16 AccountingFundamentals . . 16 ACECertificationforPersonalFitnessTrainer . . 50 ActivityDirector . . 28 AdobeCertifiedAssociate:GraphicDesign&IllustrationUsing AdobeIllustratorExamPrep(ExamPrep . . 11 AdobeCertifiedAssociate:VisualCommunicationUsingAdobe Photoshop(ExamPrep . . 11 AdolfHitlerandtheThirdReich . . 65 AdvertisingonSocialMedia . . 17 AerobicDancing . . 62 AlternativeHealthEducation . . 25 Alzheimer’sandRelatedDementiaTraining .

. 28 AmericanCivilRightsMovement . . 65 AmericanCivilWarWestoftheMississippi,The . . 65 AmericanEnglishPronunciation . . 53 AmericanGirlandMe . . 67 AmericanHeartAssociation . . 38 AnatomyandPhysiologyforHealthCareers . . 37 AppDevelopmentwithSwift,Part1 . . 44 AppDevelopmentwithSwift,Part2 . . 45 ApplicationsinEnvironmentalSystems2 . . 22 AppliedMusicIndividualLessons . 59 ApprenticeshipPrograms . . 22 AromatherapistCareerPrep . . 25 ArtofStainedGlassII-BasicLampshades,The . . 57 Arts,The . 57 AsianNoodles . . 69 ASL3:Storytelling . . 68 ASL-Level2 . . 68 ASL:BasicI . . 68 AssistedLivingManager(Certificate .

. 8 AssistedLivingManager . . 27 AssistedLivingManager . . 27 AssistedLivingRequiredTraining . . 27 AudioProduction . . 49 AutoCAD(ExamPrep . . 11 AutoCAD1-Basic2D . . 22 AutoCADFundamentalsCertificate . . 22 AWSAcademyCloudFoundations . . 45 Barre . . 63 BeekeepingBasics . . 71 BehavioralHealth . . 29 BiketheWesternMDRailTrail(24Miles . . 64 BirthandLifeoftheRepublicofTexas,The . . 65 BloggingWorkshop . . 16 BLSProvider . . 34 BLSProviderRenewal . . 39 BLSProvider . . 38 BodyandMind . 61 BodySculpt . . 63 BrainHealth,Certificatein . . 29 BuildingaWinningTeam:Interviewing,Selecting&Hiring Employees .

. 19 BuildingandFabricatingaDrone . . 47 BusinessExitStrategiesandTransition . . 14 BusinessInsurance,Understanding . . 15 Business . 14 CareerResources . . 45 Carroll101 . . 65 CarrollCountyCommunityMediationCenter . . 51 CDL-A . . 50 CDL-BwithPassenger . . 50 Cello . . 59 CeramicGardenGoyle . . 58 CeramicToadHouse . . 58 CertificateinHealthyAging . . 29 CertifiedNursingAssistant(CNA)(Certificate . . 5 CertifiedNursingAssistantTrainingPartI . . 26 CertifiedNursingAssistantTrainingPartII . . 26 ChildCareAdministration . . 21 ChildCareandEducationalProfessionals . 21 ChildCareProfessionalEarlyChildhoodTeacher(Certificate .

. 4 ChildCareProfessionalInfant/ToddlerTeacher(Certificate . . 4 ChildCareProfessionalSchoolAgeTeacher(Certificate . . 4 ChildCareTrainingDay . . 21 ChildGrowthandDevelopment . . 21 ChocolateClass . . 69 Classes2gether . 67 ClinicalMedicalAssistantCertificationExamPrep . . 10 ClinicalPatientManagementinAssistedLiving . . 28 CNAPreparation . . 26 CoachingEmployeestoPeakPerformance . . 19 Coding . . 44 CommercialTruckDriver . . 50 CommercialUAS(Drone)Pilot(Certificate . . 4 CommunicationSkillsforManagers . . 19 CommunityEnglishClasses . 52 ComplementaryandIntegrativeHealth,Certificatein . . 25 CompTIAA+(ExamPrep .

. 11 CompTIAA+220-901and220-902 . . 40 CompTIAA+CertificationPrep . . 39 CompTIANetwork+CertificationPrep . . 40 CompTIANetwork+N-10-007 . . 40 CompTIANetwork . . 11 CompTIASecurity+(ExamPrep . . 11 CompTIASecurity+CertificationPrep . . 40 CompTIASecurity+SYO-501 . . 40 ComputerBasics . 39 ComputerGraphicDesigner(Certificate . . 6 ComputerGraphics . . 43 Computers,Introductionto . . 39 ConfinedSpaceTraintheTrainer . . 21 ConflictManagement . . 19 ConstructionTrades . . 22 CookiesandMore . . 67 Cooking . . 69 CPCMedicalBillingandCoding . . 32 CPRandFirstAid . . 38 CraftingthePhotograph:Level1 .

. 60 CraftingthePhotograph:Level2 . . 60 CreatingaSculptureUsingObjectsfromNature . . 57 CreatingaSuccessfulBusinessPlan . . 16 CreatingQualityFormswithExcel . . 42 Cybersecurity . 39 DataAnalysis,Advanced . . 43 DataAnalysis,Certificatein . . 43 DataAnalysis,Intermediate . . 43 DataAnalysis,Introductionto . . 43 DentalAssistant(Certificate . . 5 DentalAssisting,Introductionto . . 29 Dental . . 29 DigitalandSocialMediaProfessional(Certificate . . 9 DigitalandSocialMediaProgramCapstone . . 18 DigitalandSocialMedia . 17 DigitalandSocialMedia,IntroductorySeminarin . . 18 DigitalVideoEditing .

. 45 DOTMandatoryDrugandAlcoholTraining . . 50 DrawingandPainting:Beginning . . 57 DrawingandPainting:Continuing . . 57 Drawing,PaintingandMedia . 57 DronePilotInformationSessionFREE . . 46 Drones . . 46 Drones(Kids@Carroll . . 67 ECG/EKGforNurses . . 24 EffectivePerformanceAppraisals . . 19 EKGTechnician(Certificate . . 5 EKGTechnicianTrainingI . . 30 EKGTechnicianTrainingII . . 30 EKGTraining,Basic . . 33 ElectricalApprentice(Certificate . . 7 ElectronicHealthRecords,Introductionto . . 33 ElectronicHealthRecords,Introductionto . . 34 EmergencyMedicalTechnician(Certificate . . 5 EmergencyMedicalTechnician1 .

. 30 EmergencyMedicalTechnician2 . . 30 EndofLifeCare,Certificatein . . 27 EnglishforSpeakersofOtherLanguages(ESOL . 52 Ensembles . . 60 Ethics . . 65 EverfitforSeniors . . 63 EverydayMath . . 51 ExamPreparationforIndustryCredentials . 10 ExcelLevel1 . . 41 ExcelLevel2 . . 41 ExcelLevel3 . . 42 ExpandedFunctions:GeneralChairside . . 30 Eye-CatchingChartsandGraphswithExcel . . 42 FinancialBootCampforHumanResourcesProfessionals . . 18 Financial . 41 FineCraft . 57 Fitness . . 62 FloralDesign,Introductionto . . 47 FloralDesigner(Certificate . . 7 ForestConservationQualifiedProfessionalTraining .

. 48 FormattingMediaContentforOnlinePlatforms . . 49 FormulasandFunctions,Advanced . . 42 FosteringDiversityintheWorkplace . . 19 FoundationsforHealthcareCareers . . 36 FoundationsofAerialData . . 47 FoundationsofAerialPhoto&VideoEditing . . 47 FoundationsofGraphicDesign . . 43 FusedGlassLanterns . . 58 GameChangersforSmallBusiness . . 16 GardenMosaicStones . . 67 GED®Preparation . 52 GenealogyBasics . . 64 GeneralHealthCareEducation . 37 GeometricDimensioningandTolerancingFundamentals . . 22 Gerontology,Certificatein . . 29 GetBusinessNow . . 15 78 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Index GNASkillsLab . . 27 GrammarforESL . . 53 GREPrepSeries . . 53 GRETestPreparation:Part1 . . 53 GRETestPreparation:Part2 . . 53 GrowinganEntrepreneurialEnterprise . . 14 GuitarEnsemble . . 60 Guitar . . 59 HandGunQualification . 70 HandbuildingWorkshop,Basic . . 58 HandmadePasta . . 69 HealthandWellness . 61 HealthCareandHumanServices . 24 HealthCareCareerInformationSessionFREE . . 63 HealthCareSystems,Introductionto . . 34 HealthInformationTechnology . 32 Health,Introductionto . . 34 HeartsaverCPRAED:Adult,Infant,Child . . 38 HeartsaverFirstAid . . 38 HelpwithCareerChoices . . 12 HighFidelitySimulationforHealthCareEducators .

. 24 Hiking,Introductionto . . 63 HIPAATraining . . 34 Hiring&RetainingKeyEmployeesinToday’sTight LaborMarket . . 16 History,Culture&WorldView . . 64 HomeImprovementContractor:MHICExamPrep(ExamPrep)..10 HomeImprovement . . 22 HomeInspectionTraining . . 51 HomeInspector(Certificate . . 7 HowtoControlDepthofField . . 61 HRLegalIssuesforManagers . . 19 HTMLandJavaScript,Introductionto . . 45 HumanAnatomyandPhysiology . . 37 HumanResourceFunction,Understandingthe . . 17 HumanResources . 18 HVAC . . 22 HVACRApprentice(Certificate . . 7 HVACRTechnician(Certificate . . 8 IdeasonDrugs . . 66 IdentifyingandBuildingaPersonalIconography .

. 57 IllustratorLevel1 . . 44 IllustratorLevel2 . . 44 InboundE-Marketing . . 18 InDesignLevel1 . . 44 InfantsandToddlers . . 21 Informationtechnology . 39 IOSAppDeveloper(Certificate . . 7 Italian:Basic1 . . 68 Italian:Basic2 . . 68 JazzCombo . . 60 Keyboarding . . 39 KeystoEffectiveEditing,The . . 72 Kids@Carroll . 67 KnifeSkills,Advanced . . 69 LabTechniquesforMedicalAssistants,Introductionto . . 34 Language . . 68 LeadingChangeintheWorkplace . . 19 LeadingHighPerformanceTeams . . 19 LegalNurseConsultantTrainingCourse . . 48 LegalSecretaryCertificateCourse . . 48 Legal . . 48 LegendofKingArthur:OriginsoftheMyth,The .

. 66 LegendofKingArthur:TheMedievalRomance,The . . 66 LifestyleandPopularCulture . . 69 LivingHealthyThroughGoodNutrition . . 61 Long-TermCareTraining . 26 MaintenanceTechnician . . 23 ManagementandLeadership . 19 ManagementBasics:FoundationsforSuccess . . 19 ManagementDevelopment(Certificate . . 10 ManagingUsingEmotionalIntelligence . . 19 Manufacturing/Engineering . . 22 MarketingYourBusinessontheInternet . . 17 MarylandHandGunQualification(HQL)Course . . 70 MarylandRealEstatePrinciples&Practices . . 51 MasteringComputerSkillsfortheWorkplace . . 39 MasteryofBusinessFundamentals . . 17 MathandMeasuringforManufacturing .

. 23 MathforHealthCareWorkers,Basic . . 33 MathSkillsEnhancement . . 51 MediaPost-Production . . 49 MediaPre-Production . . 49 MediaProduction . . 49 MediaProductionSpecialist(Certificate . . 7 MediaProductionSpecialistCapstone . . 50 MediaProduction . 49 MediaProduction,IntroductorySeminarin . . 49 MedicalAdministrativeAssistant . . 33 MedicalAssistant(Certificate . . 5 MedicalAssistantClinicalI . . 33 MedicalAssistantClinicalII . . 33 MedicalAssistant . 33 MedicalBiller(Certificate . . 6 MedicalBillingforthePhysician’sOffice . . 32 MedicalTerminologyforHealthCareers . . 38 MedicalTerminology:AWordAssociationApproach .

. 38 MedicalTranscriptionEditor . . 32 MedicationAdministrationforChildcareProviders . . 21 MedicineAideTraining(Certificate . . 8 MedicineAideUpdate . . 27 MentalHealthCareCareerPrep . . 35 MentalHealthFirstAid . . 35 MentalHealth . 35 MethodsandMaterialsinEarlyChildhood . . 21 MHICLicenseExamPrep . . 22 MicrosoftAccessMicrosoftOfficeSpecialist(MOS)Certification Preparation . . 12 MicrosoftExcelMicrosoftOfficeSpecialist(MOS)Certification Preparation . . 12 MicrosoftExcelMOSExamPrep . . 42 MicrosoftOfficeSkills:BuildingaStrongFoundation . . 41 MILLER,ResourcesforSmallBusinessand Entrepreneurs .

14 MinecraftClub . . 67 Minecraft:AncientBuild . . 67 Minecraft:Civilization . . 67 Minecraft:RedStone . . 67 MotorcycleSafety&LicensureReview . . 70 Motorcycle . 70 Music . 59 Music,Fundamentalsof . . 59 NaturalHealthandHealing,Introductionto . . 25 NatureandWildlifePhotography . . 61 NavigatingtheNews:MediaLiteracyinaPolarizedEra . . 66 NeurobiologyofAnxietyandWhattoDoAboutIt,The . . 29 NeurobiologyofTraumaandTrauma-SpecificInterventions- EssentialsforClinicians,The . . 29 NikonDSLR:Set-up&Functions . . 61 NurseRefresher(Certificate . . 8 NurseRefresherPt.2:Clinical . . 24 NursingAdmissionExamPrep .

. 24 Nursing . 24 Nutrition,HealthandSafetyinEarlyChildhood . . 21 NutritionalConsultantCareerPrep . . 26 OccupationalTraining . . 45 OfficeTechnology . 41 OfficeTechnology,Advanced(Certificate . . 9 OfficeTechnology,Fundamental(Certificate . . 9 OfficeTechnology,Innovative(Certificate . . 9 OperatingYourDigitalCamera . . 60 OperationalManagementinAssistedLiving . . 28 OpticianCertificationTraining . . 35 OralRadiography . . 30 OSHA10ConstructionSafety . . 23 OSHA2264PermitRequiredConfinedSpaceEntry . . 21 OSHA30HourConstructionSafety . . 21 OSHA501-OutreachTrainerforGeneralIndustry . . 21 OSHA503-TrainerUpdateforGeneralIndustry .

. 21 OSHA511-BasicCourseinGeneralIndustry . . 21 OSHA7300-OSHA’sPermitRequiredConfinedSpaceStandard..21 OSHA7845RecordkeepingRuleSeminar . . 21 OutdoorAdventure . . 63 OutlookLevel1 . . 43 PainAssessmentandManagement,Certificatein . . 25 ParalegalCertificationCourse . . 48 PassiontoProfit:HowtoGofromBloggingtoBuildinga ProfitableBusinessDoingWorkThatYouLove . . 16 PatientCareTechnician(Certificate . . 9 PatientCareTechnician . . 27 PatientIntake,Basic . . 33 PCSecurity,Introductionto . . 39 PCTroubleshooting,Introductionto . . 39 Percussion . . 59 PerinatalIssues,Certificatein . . 25 PersonalFitnessTrainer(Certificate .

. 5 PersonalInterest . . 71 PersonalTrainer . . 50 Pharmacology . . 34 PharmacyTechnician(Certificate . . 6 PharmacyTechnicianTrainingI . . 35 PharmacyTechnicianTrainingII . . 36 Philosophy,Introductionto . . 66 PhlebotomyforHealthCareers . . 34 PhlebotomyTechnician(Certificate . . 6 PhlebotomyTechnicianTrainingI:Theory . . 36 PhlebotomyTechnicianTrainingII:Clinical . . 36 PhlebotomyTechnicianTrainingIII:Clinical . . 36 Photography . . 60 Photography,Action . . 60 Photography,Travel . . 61 PhotoshopLevel1 . . 44 PhotoshopLevel2 . . 44 Photoshop:BlackandWhitePhotosintheDigitalDarkroom . . 61 PianoClassforAdults-BeginnerI .

. 59 PianoClassforAdults-ContinuingII . . 59 79 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

Index PianoClassforAdults:AcceleratedBeginner . . 59 Piano . . 59 PickleballWorkshop-ImproveYourServe . . 64 PickleballWorkshop-NetPlay:DinksandVolleys . . 64 Pickleball,Introto . . 64 PivotTables . . 42 Plant-BasedNutritionSimplified . . 61 PoolOperatorUpdateCourse . . 50 Pool/SpaOperator . . 50 PowerPointLevel1 . . 42 PowerPointLevel2 . . 42 PremiereLevel1:IntroductiontoDigitalVideoEditing . . 45 PremiereLevel2:AdvancedDigitalVideoEditing . . 45 PresentationSkillsWorkshop . . 14 PresentationswithPrezi . . 18 PrintReading . . 23 ProcessTechnician . . 23 ProfessionalinHumanResources(PHR)ExamPrep .

. 11 ProfessionalMedicalCodingandBillingwithAppliedPCS . . 32 ProfessionalPreparationforMedicalAssistants . . 33 ProfessionalPreparationinHealthcare . . 38 ProRiderAdvancedMotorcycleSkillsTraining . . 71 PutYourBestFootForward . . 12 PythonProgramming,Introductionto . . 45 QuickBooksProCertifiedUserExamPrep . . 41 QuickBooksProLevel1 . . 41 QuickBooksProLevel2 . . 41 QuickBooksProSpecialist(Certificate . . 10 QuickBooksProSpecialistCertificationPreparation . . 12 RadiationSafetyUpdate . . 30 Ready,Set,Go . . 14 RealEstateSalesAgent(Certificate . . 7 RealEstate . 51 RiderCourse2,Basic-LicenseWaiver .

. 71 RockN’RollEnsemble . . 60 RockN’RollEnsemble,Advanced . . 60 SAT/ACTPrepSeries . . 53 SAT/ACTPreparation1 . . 53 SAT/ACTPreparation:Part2 . . 53 SchoolAgeChildCare . . 21 SecondSaturdays . 67 SelfDefenseandSituationalAwareness . . 62 SelfDefenseforWomen . . 62 SeniorCenters . . 58 SmallBusinessMarketingonaShoestring . . 17 SmallBusinessMarketingWorkshop . . 15 SocialMediaStrategiesandTactics . . 18 SolarPowerProfessional . . 23 SpanishforHealthcare . . 24 SpanishI,Elementary . . 68 SpeedSpanish . . 68 Spirituality,Health,andHealing,Certificatein . . 25 SterileProcessingTechnician(Certificate .

. 6 SterileProcessingTechnicianTrainingExternships . . 37 SterileProcessingTechnicianTrainingFundamentals . . 37 Stocks,Bonds,andInvesting:OhMy . . 71 StrengthTraining . . 62 StudioArt:DrawingandPainting . . 57 SwimmingPool/SpaOperatorTraining . . 50 SWOTAnalysisWorkshop-IdentifyYourBusiness’sStrengths, Weaknesses,OpportunitiesandThreats . . 15 TaiChi,Fundamentalsof . . 62 TaiChi:Intermediate/Advanced . . 62 TasteforHealthyCooking,A . . 69 TestandAcademicSkillsPreparation . 51 ThaiCurries . . 69 TheoryofMusicI . . 59 TherapeuticApplicationsofDBTforAdolescentsandAdults . . 29 Trades . . 23 TrainingProgramfortheRegisteredNurseCaseManager/ DelegatingNurseinAssistedLiving .

. 24 Transportation . . 50 TruckDriver(Certificate . . 8 UAS(Drone)AdvancedFlightSchool . . 46 UAS(Drone)FAARemotePilot(ExamPrep . . 10 UAS(Drone)FAARemotePilotCertificationPrep . . 46 UAS(Drone)FlightLog . . 47 UAS(Drone)FlightSchool . . 46 UAS(Drone)GroundSchool . . 46 UAS(Drone)PilotCapstone . . 47 UAS(Drone)Technology,Introductionto . . 46 Ukulele . . 59 VeterinaryAssistant(Certificate . . 4 VictimAdvocacyCertificateCourse . . 49 VocalChamberEnsemble . . 60 VocationalReadiness . . 23 Voice . . 59 WarwithMexico,The . . 65 WaterFitness . . 63 WebsitesMadeSimple . . 44 WeddingandPartyDesign .

. 47 Welder(Certificate . . 8 Welding2,Advanced . . 24 Welding,Basic . . 23 WesternExpansionfrom1803to1865 . . 65 WindChimes . . 58 Winter&SpringDayHikes . . 64 WinterCakes . . 69 WordLevel1 . . 41 WordLevel2 . . 41 WordPressLevel1 . . 44 WorkforceTrainingCertificates . . 3 WorldMusic . . 59 WorldReligion,Introto . . 66 WorldView . . 65 WriteFictionlikeaPro . . 72 Writing . . 72 YMCA . . 63 Yoga,Gentle . . 61 YouthMentalHealthFirstAid . . 35 Zumba . . 63 80 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

164-09-18-0518 See the Workforce Training Certificate section/Drones for complete program details and requirements. See the Course Index for course listings. Commercial UAS (Drone) Pilots are in high-demand! • PricewaterhouseCoopers predicts that the global market for commercial applications of Drone technology could reach $127 billion by 2020. • According to the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, more than 100,000 new jobs in unmanned aircraft are projected by 2025. Gain the knowledge, skills and credentials to land a job in this growing field. • Prepare for the USI Small UAS Safety Certification™ and the FAA Remote Pilot Certificate Exam (small UAS rating).

• Obtain 50+ hours of flight time on industry-standard drone platforms.

• Learn to capture, edit and format aerial photos, videos and data. Register early. Seating is limited. Earn a Commercial UAS (Drone) Pilot Workforce Training Certificate Take Flight to a New Career as a DRONE PILOT Drones 81 Carroll Community College | Continuing Education & Training | 410-386-8100 | Register at www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment ClickHeretoReturntoTableofContents

I have had a successful career for over 40 years as a mechanical technician and software engineer. One of my hobbies has been photography going back to the early ‘70s. As cameras went digital and video production became relatively inexpensive, I began to be interested in making movies.

When I saw the Media Production Specialist course offered through Carroll Community College and the Carroll Media Center and that they were using Adobe Premiere and teaching all of the production techniques I needed, I jumped at the chance. The instructors for this program were excellent! Each person was an expert in their field and all had a solid overview of the whole process. They took the time to explain the details of using the sound, camera, and lighting equipment and all of the pre-production planning needed to have a successful production. Next stop Hollywood. Thanks Carroll!

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