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Tunxis Fall 2017

NON-CREDIT COURSE SCHEDULE

Continuing Education & Workforce Development tunxis.edu • 860.773.1450

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Register for Fall Courses at Tunxis Community College Classes start Aug. 29; late start options available – see page 29 • Seamless transfer to the CT State Universities—the most affordable way to start on a bachelor’s degree! • Experienced faculty dedicated to your success • Over 60 challenging, affordable associate degree and certificate options • Financial aid and payment plans

Call: 860.773.1490 • tunxis.edu/apply Tunxis Community College

271 Scotswamp Road • Farmington, CT • 860.773.1300 • www.tunxis.edu Tunxis Community College • Continuing Education & Workforce Development • Fall 2017 Schedule • 2

Prepare For Your Future at Tunxis. Let us help you train for a new career, learn a different skill, solve an old problem, or just relax. We have over 300 online offerings and programs on campus in Farmington and Bristol.

Registration Information Non-credit registration form (p.28) must be completed in full with date of birth and social security number. Course fees are payable at time of registration. No written confirmations are mailed. You are assured of a place in class unless notified otherwise. Please make note of course location (Bristol or Farmington) when registering.

In Person Register at Continuing Education & Workforce Development, 700 Building, Room 7-116 (address below), Monday-Wednesday • 9AM-5PM; Thursday • 9AM-6:30 PM; Friday • 9AM-5PM

Mail

Registration form (p.28) & check (payable to Tunxis Community College) must reach us one week prior to the start of the course. Mail To: Continuing Education & Workforce Development, TCC, 271 Scott Swamp Road, Farmington, CT 06032

Fax Complete registration form (p.28). Include required VISA, Discover, American Express, or MC number & expiration date. Fax to 860.606.9732

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Continuing Education & Workforce Development

Fall 2017

Schedule of Programs and Course Offerings

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ACCESSIBILITY AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

Allied Health Programs and Courses....................................5 • Care Giver Training • Central Sterile Processing Technician • Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) • CNA Competency Exam Review • CPR • EKG Skills • EMT Basic • Family Care Giver Training • Medical Administrative Assistant • Medical Assistant • Medical Math • Patient Care Technician (PCT) • Pharmacy Technician • Phlebotomy Technician Bartending with SMART.........................................................18 Boating Safety............................................................................27 Electrical License Renewal Training......................................21 Motorcycle Rider Education Program.................................17 Online Learning........................................................................14 OSHA Training..........................................................................21 Photography..............................................................................22 Professional Development.....................................................18 Real Estate.................................................................................19 Registration Information and Form.....................................28 Special Interest Courses.........................................................26 Veterinary Assistant.................................................................18

Tunxis Community College is committed to access and equal opportunity. Should you require academic adjustments to participate in any of the programs offered through Continuing Education & Workforce Development, please contact the Academic Success Center, (860.773.1530), and speak to a Learning Disabilities specialist at least three weeks before the start of your class. Alternative formats of this material may be provided upon request. The College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, present or past history of mental disorder, learning disability or physical disability, political beliefs, marital or veteran status, gender identity and expression, genetic information or criminal record in its programs and activities. The College reserves the right to make any necessary changes in the information listed in this publication.

Continuing Education Phone: 860.773.1450 Bristol: 860.314.4700 Fax: 860.606.9732 Email: [email protected] Online: tunxis.edu/ce Allied Health Programs Phone: 860.773.1450 Tunxis Community College • Continuing Education & Workforce Development • Fall 2017 Schedule • 4

ALLIED HEALTH Allied Health Programs Phone: 860.773.1453 or 860.773.1454 WIOA Information: Tunxis Continuing Education offers a number of Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) approved programs that are funded through the American Job Center, New Britain, 860.899.3500. Students who have successfully completed the Medical Assistant, Medical Administrative Assistant, Patient Care Technician, Phlebotomy Technician, Pharmacy Technician, CNA, and/or EKG and Pulse Oximetry Skills Programs are eligible to receive college credit through the Connecticut Credit Assessment Program administered by Charter Oak State College. Students should request that a copy of their program transcript be sent to Charter Oak. Credits may be used at Charter Oak State College or transferred to another school by setting up a credit registry with Charter Oak. (Any transfer credit is at the discretion of the institution.) http://www.charteroak.edu/current/programs/creditregistry.cfm Please be advised that if you have been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor, you may not be eligible for clinical experiences, internships, externships or certifications associated with certain allied health courses or programs.Those with previous convictions may also find it difficult to secure employment within a health care setting.

Medical Assistant Program Program starts on Tues., Sept. 12.

Approved for WIOA Funding, Veteran’s Funding Available

Medical assistants are in demand and our 10-month program offers your choice of lab to fit your schedule! Learn office procedures and everyday tasks MAs perform in doctor’s offices, clinics, and hospitals. Program includes computer skills, therapeutic communication skills, anatomy & physiology, clinical office procedures, phlebotomy & pharmacology, electronic health records, financial management, health care insurance processing, billing, and coding, medical law & ethics, medical office procedures, and medical terminology.

• Prepares you to sit for the American Medical Technologists’ MA National Examination



• Classroom instruction and lab groups are held at the college



• Clinical externships are held at physicians’ offices and clinics within our college service area



• Approximate program cost is $7,500



• Program runs every spring and fall

Call or email Shaina Hamel, C.P.T., R.M.A., L.P.N., at 860.773.1454, [email protected] or Cheryl Conaty, R.N., at 860.773.1453, [email protected] to receive more information or an application packet. 5 • Continuing Education & Workforce Development 860.773.1450 • Fax 860.606.9732 • tunxis.edu

ALLIED HEALTH

Medical Administrative Assistant

Approved for WIOA Funding, Veteran’s Funding Available

Program starts on Mon., Sept. 11 This Medical Administrative Assistant program prepares you in five and a half months for the vital duties of the front office, from scheduling appointments and billing insurance companies to handling patient records. Play a key role in running a medical office. Program includes medical terminology; medical office procedures; health care insurance processing, billing and coding; electronic health records; computer skills; financial management, customer service, medical law & ethics, HIPAA rules and guidelines and risk management.

• Prepares you to sit for the National Healthcareer Association MAA Examination.



• Classroom instruction and computer labs are held at the college



• Clinical externships are held at physicians’ offices and clinics within our college service area



• Approximate program cost is $3,750



• Program runs every spring and fall

Call or email Shaina Hamel, C.P.T., R.M.A., L.P.N., at 860.773.1454, [email protected] or Cheryl Conaty, R.N., at 860.773.1453, [email protected] to receive more information or an application packet.

Central Sterile Processing Technician Central sterile processing technicians are responsible for the sanitation and packaging of surgical instruments in hospitals, surgical centers and clinics.This 15-week program covers anatomy and physiology; microbiology and infection control; decontamination and sterilization processing; and how to handle, care for, and identify surgical instruments. The course includes clinical exposure to a central sterile processing department. Course fee does not include the CBSPD Technician national certification examination. Students must have the text for the first class. Sept. 14 – Dec. 28 (TH); 5 – 9PM No class Nov. 23 Fee: $999 plus text Nonrefundable $35 administrative fee Room: 306 Instructor: Peter Daigle

Tunxis Continuing Education offers a number of Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) approved programs that are funded through the American Job Center, New Britain, 860.899.3500.

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ALLIED HEALTH

EMT Training Call 860.314.4700 to register for all EMT classes below. Location: [email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol Instructor for all classes: Sharon Kenney and Staff

Approved for WIOA Funding, Veteran’s Funding Available

EMT Basic The curriculum prepares you to take the exams to become nationally registered and state of Connecticut certified at the basic level. Lectures, demonstrations and handson training provide the knowledge and skills required for certification. Students must complete the 10 clinical hours with Bristol EMS.There are no prerequisites for this course, but you must be at least 16 years of age. Offered in cooperation with Bristol Hospital Office of Emergency Medical Services. Sept. 6 – Dec. 11 (M/W); 6-10PM Plus select Saturdays Fee: $799 (includes text, CPR manual, and stethoscope)

Be advised that long-term EMT training is intensive in nature and will require a commitment of time and energy on your part. It is your responsibility to make time in your life to successfully complete the course and pass all certification requirements. Exam fees of $100 and $80 are paid by student directly to the state of Connecticut and the National Registry.

EMT Basic Refresher This program is accelerated over four days to fast-track your recertification process. If you are current with your CPR, you are excused from the Thursday class – proof of certification must be provided prior to the start of class. Nov. 30 – Dec. 3 (TH); 12Noon-4PM & (F/S/SU); 8AM – 4PM

Fee: $275

For more information or to register, call 860.314.4700, email [email protected], or fax 1.860.606.9722.

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ALLIED HEALTH Classes begin September 14 Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)

Approved for WIOA Funding, Veteran’s Funding Available

CNAs are in demand and our students have great success with job placement! All of our program options are approved by the CT Department of Public Health and lead to state certification. State examination is taken at the College. CNA Program Options

• Day and Evening Program: $950 plus textbooks and uniform



• Saturday Clinical Option: Additional $49 All program options have a $35 nonrefundable administrative fee. Email [email protected] or [email protected] to receive more information or a CNA application packet.

CNA Competency Exam Review This review covers geriatric resident care and the role of the CNA, and skills practice in a supervised lab. The curriculum may be for you if: • Your CNA certification has expired and you wish to re-take the state competency exam • You recently completed a CNA program and want to review before the state exam • You failed the written and/or skills portion of competency exam, and wish to review • You have successfully completed a course or courses comprising not less than 100 hours of theoretical and clinical instruction in an approved L.P.N. or R.N. education program Oct. 25, Nov. 1 & 8 (W) 4:30-9:30PM Fee: $279 Room: 202 Instructor: Liz Cricco, L.P.N.

EKG & Pulse Oximetry Skills For allied health professionals looking to add to their skill set, this course includes classroom and hands-on experience. Learn basic skills in administering a 12-lead EKG and pulse oximetry measurement. It is appropriate for nurse aides and those preparing for patient care technician (PCT) positions. Students should read the first two chapters of the text prior to the start of class. Please note: This course does not prepare you to become an EKG technician. You must attend all sessions to receive a certificate of completion. Handouts for course will be provided. Oct. 19, 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16 (TH) 5:30-8:30PM 5 sessions – 1.5 CEUs Fee: $299 Room: 202 Instructor: Mark Rouleau, R.N.

Tunxis Continuing Education offers a number of Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) approved programs that are funded through the American Job Center, New Britain, 860.899.3500. Please be advised that if you have been convicted of a felony, you may not be eligible for clinical experiences, internships, externships or certifications associated with certain allied health courses or programs.Those with previous convictions may also find it difficult to secure employment within a health care setting.

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ALLIED HEALTH Phlebotomy Technician This 120-hour program provides classroom theory and clinical lab instruction. Students who successfully complete the course are eligible for externships at UConn Health Center. Upon successful completion of the program students are eligible to sit for the National Healthcareer Association certification exam (fee not included in tuition cost). Day Program: Sept. 18 – Dec. 5 (M/T) 9AM-2PM Evening Program: Sept. 18 – Dec. 5 (M/T/W) 5:30 – 9PM No class Nov. 22. Fee $1,850 plus $35 nonrefundable administrative fee and materials. Instructor: Patty Blatherwick, CPT

Approved for WIOA Funding, Veteran’s Funding Available

Email [email protected] or [email protected] to receive more information or an application packet.

Phlebotomy Externship

(optional – open to recent program graduates only) Our clinical externship program, in affiliation with UCONN Health Center, offers students an unparalleled opportunity to further master their phlebotomy skills in a structured and supervised environment with professionals currently working in the field. Our graduates typically get more than enough “sticks” to make them competitive for job opportunities that require experience. Clinical hours are during the day from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The schedule is arranged by the Allied Health Coordinator. Dec. 6, 2017 – Jan. 26, 2018 Fee: $249 Site: TBD

CPR BLS for Health Care Professionals Designed for health care professionals who respond to cardiac and respiratory emergencies, this three-hour course covers one- and two-person rescuer — adult, child and infant CPR, Foreign Body Airway Obstruction, and the AED. Cost includes: textbook, course completion card and exam. Sept. 15 (F); 9AM-12PM Fee: $100 Room: Founders Hall Please be advised that if you have been convicted of a felony, you may not be eligible for clinical experiences, internships, externships or certifications associated with certain allied health courses or programs.Those with previous convictions may also find it difficult to secure employment within a health care setting.

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ALLIED HEALTH Patient Care Technician (PCT) PCTs are valuable members of the health care team. Doctors, nurses and other health care professionals rely on them to assist with critical day-to-day care. PCTs have a diverse range of knowledge and skills such as:

• Providing basic patient care — bathing, feeding, turning and repositioning, transfers, patient care set-up • Acquiring, distributing and administering patient care supplies • Performing safety checks and ensuring cleanliness in patient rooms and areas • Assisting patients with special needs • Obtaining EKG readings and monitoring vital signs Approved for WIOA Funding, • Performing phlebotomy procedures Veteran’s Funding Available • Providing emotional support to patients and families Work in hospitals, nursing homes, rehabilitation facilities, clinics and nursing homes. Launch your career in the medical field! Take courses at your own pace. To earn the PCT certification from Tunxis, you must successfully complete the following programs at the college within two years:



• Certified Nurse Aide program or provide proof of current CNA certification or LPN licensure • Phlebotomy Technician program (must be taken at Tunxis). • EKG & Pulse Oximetry course (must be taken at Tunxis).



• CPR BLS for Health Care Professionals (must be taken at Tunxis).

Prepares you to sit for the National Healthcareer Association PCT Examination. Estimated total PCT program cost is $3,200 – $4,200.

Pharmacy Technician This 60-hour program prepares you for an entry-level position in a hospital, community or mail order pharmacy. Topics include medical terminology; reading and interpreting prescriptions; and defining drugs by generic and brand names. Students will learn dosage calculation; I.V. flow rate; drug compounding; and dose conversion. Dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control, billing, and insurance reimbursement will also be discussed. Course prerequisite: basic fluency in both math and algebra skills.

Approved for WIOA Funding, Veteran’s Funding Available

Sept. 18 – Nov. 27 (M/W); 6-9PM No class Nov. 22 Fee: $1,134 includes text books plus $35 nonrefundable administrative fee Instructors: CT Pharmacy Association Email [email protected] to receive more information or an application packet. Please be advised that if you have been convicted of a felony, you may not be eligible for clinical experiences, internships, externships or certifications associated with certain allied health courses or programs.Those with previous convictions may also find it difficult to secure employment within a health care setting. Tunxis Community College • Continuing Education & Workforce Development • Fall 2017 Schedule • 10

ALLIED HEALTH Medical Math “Ed2Go” Online Course Master medical calculations online. Gain the medical math skills you need to do anything from calculating dosages to using scientific formulas. Review fractions, decimals, and percentages, and then cover the measurement systems and conversions used in the medical field. Learn to do real-world dosage calculations for oral, parenteral, and intravenous medications. This course is an excellent review for those planning to take the Pharmacy Technician program. Six weeks – Offered online monthly Fee: $119

Caregiver Training This course is designed to prepare individuals to work as caregivers in the home setting. The concept of a medical home is one of several emerging trends in medicine. This training will cover the necessary information and skills needed to deliver safe and competent care. Lecture topics will include common disease processes, environmental hazards and safety, identifying health changes, the importance of communication, ethics, emergencies, basic food preparation, and home management. Personal care procedures will be practiced in a lab setting. Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26 (SA); 6-9PM Cost: $278 plus text book Room: 202 Instructor: Elizabeth Cricco, LPN Family Caregiver Training If you are caring for a spouse, parent, child, or friend, your life is a balancing act. Like many caregivers, you have other responsibilities, including a job and family. This 12-hour course will provide you with practical advice about adapting the home, diet and health, mental and social well-being, maintaining and aiding mobility, personal care skills, comfort measures, nursing techniques, emergencies, and end of life care. Legal as well as financial issues will be examined. Caring for the caregiver will be discussed along with support services. Oct. 3, 19, 17, and 24 (TH); 6-9PM Cost: $279 Room: 202 Instructor: Barbara Korza, RN

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ALLIED HEALTH NEW!

Physical Therapy Aide ONLINE Are you seeking a career in the fast-growing, high-demand field of health care? In this program, you can gain the skills and information you need to get a job as a physical therapy aide. You will learn what physical therapy entails and explore the different roles of physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, and physical therapy aides. Discover how therapists evaluate and treat patients and see how PT aides assist them in their important work; learn how to communicate effectively with patients and colleagues and how health care professionals document the treatments they provide. Principles of ethics and law as they apply to the health care field and anatomy and physiology will also be covered. You will receive tips for finding a job in the health care field. You do not need any special certification to become a physical therapy aide, so by the time you complete this program, you will be fully prepared to jump into your new career! This 150-hour program has open enrollment so you can start anytime! See page 14 for a list of our online Career Training Programs and enrollment information. Fee: $1,795 includes text

To register for the class visit careertraining.ed2go.com/Tunxis

NEW!

Certified National Pharmaceutical Representative - ONLINE The CNPR Program was developed in partnership with the National Association of Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives (NAPSR). This unique training program will prepare you for a new career as a pharmaceutical sales representative and for national certification through NAPSR. As a registered student of the CNPR program, you’ll automatically become a member of NAPSR, and you’ll be eligible to sit for the CNPR national certification exam at no additional cost. The CNPR is a federally trademarked certification you can earn by demonstrating the necessary knowledge in pharmacology, medical terminology, physiology, and regulations for selling pharmaceuticals. The CNPR examination is dedicated to increasing the professional level of NAPSR members and to developing meaningful and ethical standards fully accepted by both its members and members of the pharmaceutical community. Students should be proficient in keyboarding, have a basic understanding of a word processing computer program (Microsoft Word recommended), and have a command of English grammar and punctuation. No health care or medical-office work experience is required. This 90-hour program has open enrollment so you can start anytime! See page 14 for a list of our online Career Training Programs and enrollment information. Fee: $1,795 includes text

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NEW!

Medical Billing and Coding - ONLINE Medical practices rely on medical billers and coders to provide the cash flow that keeps their doors open. Positions are also available with ambulatory care centers, medical equipment suppliers, insurance companies, public health agencies, consulting firms, and medical billing companies. Course material includes: abstracting from medical records, assigning codes to diagnoses and procedures using the ICD-9-CM, ICD-10-CM, CPT and HCPCS Level II code books, developing insurance claims according to third-party guidelines, and understanding the legal, ethical and regulatory concepts that are vital to this field. Upon completion, students will be prepared to take the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) exam, offered by National Healthcareer Association (NHA), and will receive the study guide materials, access to practice exams, and exam registration fees. Students will also be prepared to sit for the Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam, offered by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC). Note: It is recommended that you have knowledge of medical terminology, including anatomy and physiology (available from ed2go.com/tunxis). In order to sit for national certification exams, candidates must have a high school diploma or GED (recommended prior to enrollment). This 240-hour program has open enrollment so you can start anytime! See page 14 for a ist of our online Career Training Programs and enrollment information. Fee: $1,795 includes text

To register for the class visit careertraining.ed2go.com/Tunxis

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TUNXIS ONLINE LEARNING Now you can learn anywhere! Classes begin monthly with start dates of Sept.13, Oct. 18, Nov. 8, and Dec. 13 Experience Education to Go® Online Learning - ed2go.com/tunxis Choose from over 300 online classes that begin monthly and run for six weeks. Take classes that fit your schedule. Relax. There is no need to rush to campus. Take non-credit classes from home! Course fees start at $119.

Online Instruction Center – ed2go.com/tunxis

REQUIREMENTS: All Ed2Go courses require a student to have Internet access, an email address, and a compatible web browser such as Internet Explorer, Safari or Firefox. Some courses may have additional requirements. 1. Visit our Online Instruction Center (see screen shot above): ed2go.com/tunxis 2. Click the Courses link, choose the department and course title you are interested in and select the Enroll Now button. Follow the instructions to enroll and pay for your course. Here you will enter your email address and choose a password that will grant you access to the Classroom. 3. When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with your email address and the password you selected during enrollment.

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TUNXIS ONLINE LEARNING Classes begin monthly with start dates of Sept.13, Oct. 18, Nov. 8, and Dec. 13

This is a partial listing of courses offered. Check ed2go.com/tunxis for over 300 online classes. Computer Mastery Access Computer Skills for the Workplace Excel Keyboarding PC Troubleshooting PowerPoint Publisher Windows 7 and 8 Word Languages Spanish French Italian Japanese Health Care Become an Optical Assistant Human Anatomy and Physiology Medical Coding Medical Math Medical Terminology Medical Transcription Natural Health & Healing Spanish for Medical Professionals

Law & Legal Careers Business Law Legal Nurse Consulting Real Estate Law (not for state licensing) Spanish for Law Enforcement Workers’ Compensation Test Prep GED GMAT GRE LSAT PRAXIS I

Personal Finance

Languages

Graphic & Multimedia Design Adobe Illustrator Creating Web Pages Dreamweaver Flash CS5 and CS6 Intro to PHP and MySQL Photoshop CS5, CS6 and Elements Visual Basic Teaching Creating Classroom Centers Empowering Students with Disabilities MS Office in the Classroom Solving Classroom Discipline Problems Technology in the Classroom The Creative Classroom Understanding Adolescents

New! Creating Mobile Apps Intro to Networking Intro to PC Security Introduction to Programming Java Programming Mac, iPhone, and iPad Programming Oracle SQL

Learn Any Time, Anywhere! CEUs Available!

Business & Management Accounting Fundamentals Administrative Assistant Fundamentals Business and Marketing Writing Grant Writing and Proposals Marketing Your Business Payroll in QuickBooks Project Management Fundamentals QuickBooks 2012 and 2013 Supervision & Management 15 • Continuing Education & Workforce Development 860.773.1450 • Fax 860.606.9732 • tunxis.edu

Writing, Publishing and Editing

TUNXIS ONLINE LEARNING The courses listed below have open enrollment so you can start at any time!

This is a partial listing of courses offered. Check careertraining.ed2go.com/tunxis for over 150 online classes. Career Training Programs Administrative Medical Specialist with Medical Billing and Coding and Terminology Administrative Professional with Microsoft Office Specialist 2010 Android App Developer Carpentry Certified Bookkeeper Certified Mediator Certified Residential Interior Designer Certified Wedding Planner Chartered Tax Professional CompTIA A+ Certification Entrepreneurship: Start-Up and Business Owner Management Event Management and Design Food and Customer Service Skills Training Graphic Design with Photoshop Human Resources Professional HVACR Technician Legal Secretary Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification Paralegal Physical Therapy Aide Professional Bookkeeping with QuickBooks Project Management Retail Customer Service Skills Training Solar Power Professional Video Game Design and Development Webmaster

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MOTORCYCLE RIDER EDUCATION

Largest Program in Connecticut! Courses available in Farmington, East Granby, Fairfield, and Stratford Motorcycling is one of the most exciting forms of transportation.You are totally responsible for every action taken — from timing each shift to keeping a keen eye out for other motorists. To understand these responsibilities, a CT Motorcycle Rider course is the place to start. Expert instruction is offered to both the beginner and the experienced rider. Students must have the ability to ride a bicycle. A 10% insurance discount, and exemption from the CT Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) on-cycle skills test, are bonuses of the program.

IT’S THE LAW!

Basic Motorcycle Rider Course:

All applicants for a new motorcycle license must successfully complete the Connecticut Motorcycle Rider Education Program.

Designed for the individual with little or no riding experience. Includes six hours of classroom instruction and 12 hours of on-cycle training. Classes are held evenings and weekends.You must have a driver’s license and be physically able to operate a motorcycle. Motorcycles will be provided. Scooters available upon request.

Classes run April through October.

Fee: $220 nonrefundable

Contact us to receive your Motorcycle Rider schedule of dates/times and registration information, or visit tunxis.edu/motorcycle.

For more information, call 860.773.1446 or visit tunxis.edu/motorcycle

Private Lessons:

Enjoy a personalized learning environment. Private and semi-private lessons comprise a maximum of 18 hours of both classroom and on-cycle instruction. Rider’s ability determines length of course. Fee: $850 private, $425 semi-private

IMPORTANT! NO EXCEPTIONS.

Motorcycle course fees are nonrefundable. Select your class dates carefully to ensure your ability to attend all sessions of your class, on time. Any absence or tardiness will require you to register for another course, pay again, and start over. If you know you will miss a session due to a vacation, wedding, work, etc., DO NOT enroll in that class; please choose another.

ride4ever.org Visit ride4ever.org to prepare for your course (download course manual and study questions in advance), access safety information, and learn all the latest news. Also, watch the Basic Rider Course fiveminute video, a summary of the training program.

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Learn how to serve responsibly! Professional Bartending with SMART Certification This professional bartending course includes state and national SMART certification (Servers and Managers Alcohol Responsibility Training) recognized by the Connecticut Department of Liquor Control and police departments. Learn to serve responsibly, to spot signs of intoxication, and to respond appropriately. Students learn to make over 100 drinks. Instruction includes opening and closing procedures, product knowledge, speed of preparation, and people skills.

Sept. 9 & 16 (S); 9AM – 5PM Nov. 4 &11 (S); 9AM – 5PM Fee: $239 plus materials (Materials fee of $35 is payable to the instructor at the first class.) Location:[email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol Instructor: Paul Rich teaches SMART Certification across CT and has been in the bartending industry for more than 15 years.

The SMART Program provides servers and those in the liquor industry with the training they need to avoid liquor violations.

Veterinary Assistant Program (42 hours classroom/24 hours clinical) Train for an entry level position as a veterinary assistant working in an animal hospital, clinic, animal shelter, laboratory or zoo.Vet assistants perform front office functions, assist in providing routine and emergency care, perform laboratory procedures, assist in dental and surgical procedures, and take X-rays. Navy blue scrub top must be worn to clinical experience. Clinical internship is mandatory for successful completion of the program. Sept. 13 – Dec. 13 (W); 6 – 9PM (No class Nov. 22) Fee: $799 plus textbook Room: 6-173

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT NEW! Video Game Design and Development - ONLINE

Principles and Practices of Real Estate

With this comprehensive training program, you’ll master skills that open doors to the growing video game industry.

This course meets the minimum requirements set forth by the CT Department of Consumer Protection/ Real Estate Commission for those who plan to take the Connecticut Real Estate Salesperson license examination. You must complete at least 60 hours of this and earn a minimum 70% grade on the final exam to meet state licensing requirements.

Using an analytical approach to game engine architectures, this program offers you the opportunity to learn how to effectively implement game ideas.The curriculum is divided into eight modules covering five major areas of study: programming languages, mathematics skills, 3D graphics pipeline programming, real-time game engine architectures, and artificial intelligence algorithms.

• DAY - Sept. 18 – Nov. 27 (M/W); 9AM – noon Room: 6-173 Instructor: Laura Higgins •

This 500-hour program has open enrollment so you can start anytime! See page 14 for a list of our online Career Training Programs and enrollment information.

EVENING - Sept. 19 – Nov. 30 (T/TH); 5:30 – 8:30 PM Room 6-173 Instructor: Jamie Bell

Fee: $1,995 includes text

Fee: $475 plus text All real estate courses are approved by the Real Estate Commission under the auspices of the Real Estate Consortium of CT Community Colleges.

QuickBooks, 15 hours (CPE Credits Available) Our QuickBooks training class covers the fundamentals of using QuickBooks to track the finances of a small business. Students will learn how to set up a new company, work with lists, set up inventory, process invoices, work with bank accounts, process payments, and enter and pay bills. Please bring a flash drive to class. Nov. 1, 6, 8, 13, 15 (M & W); 6 – 9PM Fee: $195 plus text Location:[email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol Instructor: Jan Gyurko





Excel 2013: Basic Skills @ Tunxis

This course will familiarize students with spreadsheet terminology and the fundamental concepts of Microsoft Excel, including identifying Excel window components, navigating worksheets, and downloading templates. In addition, students will learn the basics of entering and editing text, values, and formulas, and modify page setup. You will learn how to move and copy data and formulas, determine absolute and relative references, and work with ranges, rows, and columns. Students will learn how to use simple functions, and easily apply formatting techniques to worksheet data. Sept. 28 (TH); 9AM – 4PM Fee: $95 Location: [email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol Instructor: Laura Higgins

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Project Management Essentials Whether small or large, projects share a number of essential elements. They are temporary and often unique, but all require focus to create a product, service, or other result. “Project Management Essentials” follows the development and management of a project from start to finish. The workshop details the essentials and covers leadership in project management. Participants are encouraged to bring their project ideas or active projects to the workshop.This 12-hour workshop requires registrants to attend both sessions: Part 1 and 2. Oct. 18 & 25 (W); 9AM – 4PM Fee: $180 Location:[email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol, CT Instructor:Waldemar (Wally) Kostrzewa

Effective Leadership Techniques for Women This session is designed to help women assess their current leadership skills and improve those that they see as needing the most improvement. It stresses confidence, power and the natural skills that women bring to leadership. The session also helps women become more successful dealing with conflicts, interactions that make them feel powerless and with difficult people. Techniques for ways to manage conflicting priorities are also discussed. Dec. 14 (TH); 9AM – 4PM Fee: $90 Location:[email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol, CT Instructor: Amy Blackwood



Effective Business Writing

In this course you will learn the 35 key principles that make business writing effective. The principles cover wording, composition, organization, tone, persuasion, and format. Participants will learn a concept; read an example; and put the concept into immediate practice. Learning objectives: Demonstrate the ability to create business emails, letters and other communications that deliver a clear message. Increase writing efficiency by knowing and applying proven business writing principles. Increase the response rate to communications through professional presentation. Sept. 26 (T); 9AM – 4PM Fee: $90 Location: [email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol Instructor: Christopher Amorosino

Grammar and Writing Workshop using Microsoft Word Clear business writing is an important aspect of your success in any workplace environment. Review the fundamentals of grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure in writing while using tools provided to you in Microsoft Word. Combine the best of both worlds and improve your written communication effectiveness.

For more information or to register, call 860.314.4700, email [email protected], or fax 1.860.606.9722.

Nov. 14 (T); 9AM – 4PM Fee: $95 Location: [email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol, CT Instructor: Frances Trelease

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Electrical License Renewal Training Program C, L,T License Required Electrical Training for 2017 The Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection requires all Connecticut licensed electricians to take a four-hour continuing education course each year to renew their license. Classes for C-5, C-6, L-5, L-6, T-1, and T-2 electricians, and low voltage/telecommunications are available.The program meets CT Department of Consumer Protection standards and includes OSHA regulations, Connecticut general statutes, building codes, National Electrical Code (NEC), code updates, Codeology, and other specific skill areas. Students must bring the “NEC 2014” (National Electrical Code) book.

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OSHA 30 Construction OutreachTraining OSHA 30 Construction Outreach Training provides a variety of safety concerns and scenarios to workers who are responsible for safety on the job. The class includes training in hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention. A special focus is placed on OSHA Focused Four Hazards, “fall protection, electrical, being struck by an object, and caught in between.” Other areas of the training include; personal protective and lifesaving equipment, health hazards in construction, and introduction to OSHA. For construction foremen and job supervisors, and those personnel responsible for construction-related projects. Those who complete all 30 hours will receive an OSHA 30 Department of Labor outreach card. Oct. 26, 27, Nov. 2,3 (TH, F); 8AM – 4PM You must attend all 4 sessions to earn your card. Fee: $299 Location: [email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol Instructor: David Stevens

OSHA 10 Construction Training OSHA 10-hour construction training is required for all employees of any public building project that are paid for in part by state, municipal, or federal funding. Our program meets the criteria outlined by OSHA’s Outreach Training Initiative. Ideal for construction workers, project managers and superintendents. Sept. 29, 30; (F) 4:30 – 8:30 PM & (S) 7:30 AM – 2:30 PM Nov. 3, 4; (F) 4:30 PM – 8:30 PM & (S) 7:30 AM – 2:30 PM Fee: $129 Location: [email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol

For more information or to register, call 860.314.4700, email [email protected], or fax 1.860.606.9722.

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PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES Non-Credit Creative Photography Certificate Non-credit photography students who complete the following classes and have their portfolio reviewed and accepted by our instructors will earn a non-credit certificate in Creative Photography from Tunxis Community College. • Understanding Your Digital SLR Camera (Formerly Level 1) *12 hours *Digital Photography Boot Camp can substitute for this class • Applied Creative Photography (Formerly level 2) 12 hours • Photoshop for Photographers (Formerly Photoshop Elements) 15 hours • Basic Artificial Lighting or Flash Portraits (Formerly Flash Photography) 12 hours • Advanced Photography 18 hours (To request a portfolio review, contact Victor Mitchell, Director of Business and Industry Services for Tunxis Community College. He will arrange a time to drop off your material for review.) Tunxis Community College non-credit Creative Photography Certificate will be awarded in May/ June. Please allow 30 days for the review process to take place. NOTE: Additional workshops may be offered throughout the year based on student interest. The registration deadline for photography courses is one week before the start date of the course. Early registration is encouraged for best selection and to ensure your class is not canceled due to lack of enrollment.

For more information or to register, call 860.314.4700, email [email protected], or fax 1.860.606.9722.

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PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES Understanding Your DSLR Camera Learn how to operate your digital (DSLR) camera, and discover its creative potential. Whether you are a beginner or have some experience, you will benefit from this course. Taking full advantage of your camera’s capabilities, topics will include: camera handling, understanding ISO settings, lens choices, creative filter use, working with aperture and shutter controls, when to use flash, and demystifying your camera’s menus, plus much more. Join us in an informal atmosphere, with emphasis on the individual needs of each student. Students will need a digital (DSLR) camera with manual control capability. Sept. 18 – Oct. 9 (M); 6-9PM; (4 sessions) Fee: $149 Location: [email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol Instructor: Eric Dreeke

Applied Creative Photography In “Understanding your Digital SLR Camera” you learned how to use your digital camera. Now it’s time to practice what you’ve learned in this hands-on outdoor course. The class meets every week at four different photogenic locations, all within easy driving distance of the college. Each session will highlight particular camera skills learned in the classroom, and apply them to that week’s location. Every location will offer different challenges for the beginning and experienced photographer! A few of the many skills covered are as follows: choosing the right ISO for the lighting conditions, should aperture, shutter priority, or manual exposure settings be used, would a CPL filter be appropriate, is a tripod necessary, is depth-of-field a concern, what would be the best lens choice for the location, and much more. Plus, one session will be devoted to using shutterpriority to “freeze” or “blur” the motion of falling water. In another session, using aperture-priority, you’ll learn to take better outdoor portraits using reflectors and fill-flash.You’ll gain confidence in your camera skills with each session, in a fun-filled informal atmosphere. Prerequisite: “Understanding Your Digital SLR Camera,” or permission from the instructor before the start of the course. Oct. 14 – Nov. 4 (S); 10AM-1PM; (4 sessions) Fee: $149 Class will be conducted off-site.The instructor will contact students about the location. Instructor: Eric Dreeke

For more information or to register, call 860.314.4700, email [email protected], or fax 1.860.606.9722.

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PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES Basic Artificial Lighting

Photoshop for Photographers

Back by popular demand, the first of several photo courses on lighting. You can’t get this anywhere else!

Have you wanted to use Photoshop but didn’t know where to start? In this Photoshop course you will learn to navigate the program interface, how to properly use Photoshop tools, discover how to retouch and color correct images as well as an introduction to professional image overflows. Learn techniques used to create professional looking images using Camera Raw, layers, masks, filters, and blend modes. Advanced Photoshop users with no formal training will also benefit from this class as tips, tricks, keyboard short cuts and essential foundation skills are covered. Basic computer skills are necessary. Students will need to bring a flash drive to class.

This course is designed to introduce the beginning photographer to various artificial light sources and modifiers through a series of presentations and handson practice. Learn how to manipulate artificial light to produce professional looking images that convey a visual mood. Demonstration and practice of: hot lights, strobe lights, umbrellas, bounce and translucent screens, hard edge and soft edge “quality” of light, color temperature, white balance, digital histogram, light modifiers, directional lighting, mood lighting, “hair” light, lighting ratios, mixed source lighting, portrait, full figure, and group lighting, lighting on a “shoestring,” studio strobes – large and small. Prerequisites: Completion of “An Understanding of Your Digital SLR Camera” and “Applied Creative Photography” or approval of the instructor. Students are required to bring their digital SLR camera to class. Lighting equipment is not required but may be brought to class for personal use by the student. Oct. 23 - Nov. 13 (M); 6 – 9 PM Fee: $149 Location: [email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol, CT Instructor: Eric Dreeke

Oct. 17 – Nov. 21 (T); 6 – 9 PM (6 sessions) Fee: $219 Room: 6-227, Mac Lab Instructor: Lisa Cherie

Flash Portraits Dramatically increase the impact of your photos using the versatile and powerful light from a hot shoe flash (speed light). Cut right to the chase with hands on learning on how to use a speed light on- and off-camera. Classes include plenty of opportunity for students to get real-life shooting experience from products to portraits. No matter your current skills you will learn about lighting, camera settings, diffusers, and how to use your hot shoe flash with ease. Students must bring their own DSLR camera to class and a hot shoe flash if you have one. Off-camera flash equipment will be provided by the instructor for class use. Recommended Prerequisite: “Understanding Your Digital SLR Camera” or equivalent practical experience. A $20 materials fee to be paid to the instructor at the first class. Sept. 27 & Oct. 4 (W); 6 – 9 PM (2 sessions) Fee: $79 Location: [email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol, CT Instructor: Lisa Cherie

For more information or to register, call 860.314.4700, email [email protected], or fax 1.860.606.9722.

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PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES Digital Asset Management Do you have thousands of photos? Are you running out of space on your hard drive? Learn how to organize, back up, and archive your digital photos. This class will teach you how storage hardware, file formats, metadata and software applications work together to keep you images safe and easy to find. Bring a USB drive or external hard drive with a group of photos you would like to use for a class example. Please note that Adobe Bridge will be our primary software for class examples. We recommend you take this class prior to Photoshop. Prerequisite: computer skills. Sept. 26 – Oct. 10 (T); 6 – 9PM (3 sessions) Fee: $109 Location: Room 6-227 main campus Farmington Mac Lab Instructor: Kristen Hines-Baker

The Art of Photographic Composition Take more visually compelling photographs as you learn the importance of compositional elements, subject placement, geometry, and lines.This class will teach effective use of photographic concepts which students will apply through several photo composition assignments and discussions. Sept. 27 & Oct. 4 (W); 6 – 9PM (2 sessions) Fee: $79 Location: [email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol, CT Instructor: Kristen Hines-Baker

For more information or to register, call 860.314.4700, email [email protected], or fax 1.860.606.9722.

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SPECIAL INTEREST COURSES Pet First Aid The program will present those skills necessary for you to care for your pets before, during, and after an emergency. Topics include pet basic first aid, pet CPR, choking care, heat and cold emergencies, health signs to watch out for. This Class DOES NOT replace the need for your veterinarian. Oct. 21 (SA); 9AM – 1PM OR Dec. 2 (SA); 9AM – 1PM Fee: $39 (includes text) Location: [email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol To register call 860.314.4700 Pets are not allowed to attend the class with the exception of service and K-9 working dogs

How Can I Control Stress and Anxiety in My Life This is an experiential workshop that will enable participants to learn a variety of techniques that will help them in managing their stress and anxiety both at home and at work. As we know now, stress is the cause of most illness and disease; thereby creating much distress on the body. Come join me to learn visualization, affirmations, minute meditation, body scanning, breathing techniques and an understanding of energy that will give you an edge in realizing your life filled with more positive and enjoyable moments. Nov. 28 (T); 9AM – 4PM Fee: $90 Location: [email protected], 430 North Main St. Bristol, CT Instructor: Barbara Pinto

Introduction to the Four Agreements - Part 1 As seen on “Oprah,” the book “The Four Agreements,” written by Don Miguel Ruiz, uses an ancient Toltec wisdom to apply simple agreement in life.

1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don’t take anything personally. 3. Don’t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best.

These agreements while on the surface seem simple, once practiced and applied change lives and behaviors that affect us personally and by extension professionally. By overcoming limiting beliefs, improving the way you use your language, improving relationship skills, understanding others, decreasing misunderstandings and disagreements, increasing clarity and always doing your best, you improve both your personal and professional lives! Sept. 13 (W); 9AM – 4PM Fee: $90 Location: [email protected], 430 North Main Street, Bristol Instructor: Lisa Crofton

Getting Paid to Talk: Making Money with Your Voice Our single evening workshop offers an upbeat, entertaining introduction to the world of voice-over. From industry pros and cons to real-world examples, attendees will learn behind the scenes basics of both the creative and business aspects of the field in a manner that is both fun and realistic. Questions and class engagement are always encouraged. Sept. 21 (TH); 6 – 8:30 PM (1 session) Fee: $25 Location:TBA

For more information or to register, call 860.314.4700, email [email protected], or fax 1.860.606.9722.

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SPECIAL INTEREST COURSES Combined Basic Safe Boating/Personal Watercraft

One-Day Combination Safe Boating/ Personal Watercraft Course

This 9-hour, 3-night course, taught by the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection, is designed to fulfill the requirements for the Connecticut Safe Boating Certificate and Personal Watercraft. Course fee does not include the one-time lifetime license fee. Questions? Call the DEEP Boating Office at 860.434.8638.

A complete basic safe boating certification course taught in one 8-hour day. Successful completion will allow the student to obtain a Connecticut Certificate of Personal Watercraft Operation, which enables them to operate recreational vessels up to 65 feet in length (including jet skis).An easy to understand classroom format is designed for students age 10 and over. Course fee does not include the one-time lifetime license fee. Students should bring a pen or pencil to class.



Sept. 26, Sept. 28, Oct. 3 (T); 6-9PM

Fee: $25 nonrefundable Room: 313

Dec. 2 (SA); 8:30AM-4:30PM Fee: $89 Location:[email protected] 430 North Main Street, Bristol

IMPORTANT: PRIOR TO TAKING A BOATING CLASS, each student must create an account online at

www.ct.gov/deep. • • •

Click “Purchase a Hunting/Fishing License” and then click the START button. Print the page that includes your Conservation ID number and bring it to class Once your score is entered in the DEEP system, you will use your account to purchase and print the certificate after class.

For more information or to register, call 860.314.4700, email [email protected], or fax 1.860.606.9722.

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A Business Education That Works for You Accelerated • Affordable • Accredited

Earn your Business Degree with Tunxis Community College’s NEW Accelerated Online Business Program Fully Accelerated:

Fully Accredited:

Entirely online with NO on-campus requirements • Asynchronous classes: you participate on your schedule • All courses taught by Tunxis faculty • Same rigor as our 15-week, on-campus courses • Complete one to two classes at a time • Receive your 21-credit certificate in 6 months and/or 60-credit associate degree in 22 months

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• Courses transfer into any bachelor’s degree program • Continue seamlessly to an online, accelerated bachelor’s degree

Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs Connecticut Board of Governors for Higher Education The New England Association of Schools and Colleges

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Cost per 3-credit course Tunxis Community College - $599* Public State University - $1,600+* Private College - $3,000+* (*plus books) Financial aid and payment plans available

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MEDICAL ASSISTANT PROGRAM Classes run every spring and fall. • 10-month program • Hands-on labs and clinical externships • Approved by the American Medical Technologists (AMT) • Administrative Medical Assistant Program Now Available!

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