PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED for all Corporate & Community Classes.

Ways to Preregister:

Online: You can now preregister for classes online. Before preregistering for classes online; however, you must become a member. To become a member complete an application by Clicking Here, or select "Become a Member" from the menu on the left. There is no cost or obligation associated with becoming a member of CCED.

By Phone: Call 252-222-6200. Our business hours are Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. and Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Beginning May 18, 2015, our business hours are Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

In Person: In the Corporate & Community Education Building, 206 College Circle, Morehead City, NC.

General Statement
A major objective of Carteret Community College is to provide quality education at the lowest possible cost for students. Registration fees paid by students are kept at a minimum and do not represent the total operating expenses of the College. The registration fee is set by the North Carolina General Assembly and is subject to change.

Registration and Fee Information
Students will pay registration fee at the first class meeting, unless it is a pre-pay designated class. By action of the N.C. General Assembly, effective August 15, 2013, North Carolina residents 65 years of age or older will no longer be fee waived for continuing education classes. Registration fees and/or insurance fees are collected the first class meeting, unless the class is designated pre-pay. Most books may be purchased through the college bookstore. For book information call 252-222-6252.

Refund Policy
For occupational classes that meet FOUR TIMES OR LESS, a 75 percent refund shall be made on the first day of the class. For classes that meet FIVE OR MORE TIMES, a 75 percent refund shall be made if the student officially withdraws from the class prior to or on the official 10 percent point of the class. There are NO refunds of registration fees for Community Service courses or workshops. A student who officially withdraws in person and completes a "Request for Refund" form in the CCED office prior to the class meeting is eligible for a 100% refund.

Dual Enrollment
Corporate and Community Education courses are open to all persons 18 years of age or older. A high school student 16 years or older may be admitted to appropriate courses, except Basic Skills courses, concurrently under the following conditions: (1) Upon recommendation of the chief administrative public school officer and the approval of the president of the College; (2) Upon approval of the student’s program by the principal of the school and the president of the College; (3) Upon certification by the principal that the student is taking at least three high school courses and is making appropriate progress toward graduation. You can obtain a Dual Enrollment form from your high school.


Abbreviations
M = Monday; T = Tuesday; W = Wednesday; Th = Thursday; F = Friday; S = Saturday; Su = Sunday; TBA= To Be Announced; TBD= To Be Determined; BLET = Basic Law Enforement Training; WCL = Western Carteret Library, Cape Carteret; ECHS = East Carteret High School, Beaufort; CC Civic Center = Crystal Coast Civic Center; CCCC = Country Club of the Crystal Coast, Pine Knoll Shores.



Adult High School (AHS)


Adult High School (AHS) Lab
Note: You must be enrolled in the Adult High School Program to take this class. A variety of AHS courses are offered in the AHS computer lab. The courses that are available in this lab include: English I, English II, Government & Economics, World History I, World History II, U.S. History, World Wars, Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, Basic Math, Personal Finance, Earth Science, Physical Science, Geography, Biology, Human Body, Chemistry, Inner & Outer Space, Social Psychology and Anthropology. Course work is provided by the self-paced A+ computer based software. The individual course contains a list of assignments that the student is required to complete before receiving credit for the course. In addition to the computer based training, individual instruction is provided by the instructor on an as needed basis.
Course Fee: n/a--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
08-12-2015 M/T/W/Th 8:30 am-3:15 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 316a

AHS Fast Track Lab
A variety of AHS courses are offered in the AHS computer lab. The courses that are available in this lab include: English I & II, Government & Economics, World History I & II, U.S. History I & II, Inner & Outer Space, Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, Basic Math, Money Management, Earth Science, Physical Science, Geography, Biology, Human Body, Chemistry, World Wars, and Social Psychology. Course work is provided by the self-paced A+ computer based software. The individual course contains a list of assignments that the student is required to complete before receiving credit for the course. In addition to the computer based training, individual instruction is provided by the instructor on an as needed basis.
Course Fee: no charge--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
08-14-2015 Fridays 9 am - 2:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 316a

Biology
Note: You must be enrolled in the Adult High School Program to take this class. Biology concepts and skills. Students are encouraged to view their knowledge of life activities as being useful to them in all areas of their daily lives. This gives them an awareness that life activities are useful to them in technical endeavors.
Course Fee: n/a--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
08-12-2015 M/T/W/Th 9:45 - 11 am Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 113

English III
Note: You must be enrolled in the Adult High School Program to take this class. English III focuses on writing skills, beginning with a review of sentence structure and paragraph development and advancing to essays comprised of the four forms of discourse - expository, argumentative, descriptive and narrative. A brief overview of American literature highlights major literary movements and representative writers.
Course Fee: n/a--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
08-12-2015 M/T/W/Th 8:30 - 9:45 am Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 112

English IV
Note: You must be enrolled in the Adult High School Program to take this class. English IV refines writing skills, beginning with a review of sentence structure and the writing process. Emphasis is placed upon recognizing and eliminating common errors in writing and focusing on clarity and coherence while developing a personal style. A brief overview of British literature highlights major literary movements and representative writers.
Course Fee: n/a--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
08-12-2015 M/T/W/Th 9:45 - 11 am Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 112

Film Literature I
Note: You must be enrolled in the Adult High School Program to take this class. Course will be delivered using an extensive list of literature and film which deals with teens making the often rocky and uneven journey from childhood to adulthood. Movies and books about the rite of passage from childhood to adulthood have always been popular because people relate easily to the characters and their stories. Audiences love these tales of self-discovery, the loss of childhood innocence, and personal growth because they experience nostalgic and sentimental memories of their own youth. There will be extensive reading in class with expected out-of-class reading assigned. This reading will be used to develop an on-going written and oral conversation revolving around meaningful and significant aspects of the texts, stories and films students are studying. Evaluation will involve quizzes, tests, discussions, small group activities, projects and writing.
Course Fee: n/a--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
08-12-2015 M/T/W/Th 11:30 am-12:45 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 112

Physical Science
Note: You must be enrolled in the Adult High School Program to take this class. This course integrates the following topics from both chemistry and physics: structure of atoms, structure and properties of matter, motion and forces, conservation of energy and matter, and change.
Course Fee: n/a--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
08-12-2015 M/T/W/Th 8:30 - 9:45 am Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 113

U.S. History
Note: You must be enrolled in the Adult High School Program to take this class. This is a survey course covering U.S. History chronologically from the discovery and exploration of America (1500s) through the Bush years (2006).
Course Fee: n/a--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
08-12-2015 M/T/W/Th 9:45 - 11:00 am Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 317

Basic Skills


Adult Basic Education (ABE) (previously Compensatory Education)
Adult Basic Education (ABE) is a program designed for adults with intellectual disabilities. The students must be 18 years of age or older. The program is defined as those educational opportunities that will enable the disabled adult to function in society at a level which will allow the student to reach their fullest potential within the limits of the program. ABE includes the following skill areas: Reading/Writing, Technology/Computer Literacy, Speaking and Listening, and Math. These skills will enable the disabled adult to become more independent and self-directing, to benefit from occupational training, and to acquire skills to meet and manage community, social, work, and personal adult responsibilities. ABE assumes an end result of productivity, employment, and as much independence and self-sufficiency as possible. The CASAS assessment tool is given to each student to determine ability level for appropriate placement. All courses are offered in a classroom setting at the Station Club in Morehead City. All classes are free of charge. For more information, call 252-222-6212.
Course Fee: no charge--Book Fee: no charge--n/a
Start Date
08-03-2015 20 weeks, M/T/W/Th/F 8 am-2:30 pm Station Club, 306 Church St. MHC

English as a Second Language (ESL), Beginning; Ingles Como Sequnda Lengua
English as a Second Language (ESL) is students who are foreign born, 18 years of age or older and English is not their first language. These classes are designed to help the student learn to communicate in English. In addition to learning the basics of reading and writing the English language, students learn how to get help in emergency situations, how to shop for their families, how to deal with currency, learn to use a computer, and prepare for employment. El programa de ESL es diseñado para adultos (18 anos o major) cuya lengua materna no es Ingles. Las clases son diseñadas para servir las necesidades de esos individuos que no tienen ningun conocimiento de Ingles; y tambien, para individuos que necesitan prepararse para ser admitidos a la universidad. Las clases de ESL ayudan a la persona a desarrollar las habilidades para obtener trabajo, ayudar a los ninos con los trabajos escolares, facilitar la comunicación diaria, y entender mejor las costumbres, cultura y la historia Americana. Las clases de TOEFL son ofrecidas para preparar a la persona que desea entrar un colegio o una Universidad. En este caso, la persona necesita pasar la Prueba de Inglés como un Idioma Extranjero. Las clases de leer y escribir para el trabajo (ESL) son ofrecidas en una variedad de lugares a través de Condado de Carteret. Las Clases de ESL son ofrecidas en el Wayne Construyendo al oeste (Wayne West) en el campus del Colegio de la Comunidad de Carteret (Carteret Community College). Todas clases son libres. Si tiene preguntas o quiere un horario de ESL clases, llame a Pam Brecheisen en 252-222-6212.
Course Fee: no charge--Book Fee: no charge--n/a
Start Date
08-04-2015 19 weeks, T/Th 6 - 8:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 115

English as a Second Language (ESL), Multi-Level
This class emphasizes improvement in reading, writing, speaking, and listening for daily life events. Students describe family members, request help with problems, greetings and partings, wants, likes, opinions, and future plans. The students will understand spoken and written general and employment related language, communicate on their own - works outside of the English class, and understand the culture and behavioral expectations of their new environment.
Course Fee: No charge--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
08-01-2015 19 weeks, Saturdays 9 am-12 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 115
08-04-2015 19 weeks, T/W/Th 9 - 11:30 am Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 115

English as a Second Language - U.S. Citizenship
To prepare students for the U.S. Citizenship Naturalization test. This course is designed to help students show they can use English by reading, speaking, listening, and writing. Students will also learn about American history and U.S. government. Teaches the skills necessary to: complete the Application for Naturalization (N400); be successful in the INS interview; and pass the U.S. government and English literacy test required for naturalization.
Course Fee: no charge--Book Fee: no charge--n/a
Start Date
08-17-2015 19 weeks, M/W 6:30 - 8:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 115

High School Equivalency (GED Language Arts & Social Studies)
This preparation course prepares students to take the General Educational Development (GED) tests. It is taught according to the individual needs and goals of the students. It is a flexible, self-paced class with the instructor guiding the students as they work through materials that will prepare them for the four GED Official Practice tests which are fore-runners for the official tests. The official GED test areas include: Language Arts (reading and writing), Social Studies, and Math. The student must have a working knowledge of the subject matter in each area and learn strategies which will enable them to pass both of the required test batteries. There are four (4) sections to the 2014 GED battery (reasoning through language arts, social studies, science and math). The GED testing fee is $20 per section. In order for students to register and pay for the Official GED test(s), they will need to have a credit card, or prepaid credit card.
Course Fee: n/a--Book Fee: books supplied in class--Test fee: $20 per section
Start Date
08-03-2015 M/T/W/Th 8 am - 1 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 102

High School Equivalency (GED Math and Science)
Classroom instruction in preparation for completing the GED math and science exams. Content areas include: number operations, measurement, geometry, data analysis, probability, statistics, and algebra. A major focus is learning to solve word problems through basic computation, reasoning, and analytical skills. There are four (4) sections to the 2014 GED battery (reasoning through language arts, social studies, science and math). The GED testing fee is $20 per section. In order for students to register and pay for the Official GED test(s), they will need to have a credit card, or prepaid credit card.
Course Fee: n/a--Book Fee: books supplied--Test Fee: $20 per section
Start Date
08-03-2015 M/T/W/Th 8 am - 1 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 114

High School Equivalency (GED)
This preparation course prepares students to take the GED (General Educational Development) tests. It is taught according to the individual needs and goals of the students. It is a flexible, self-paced class with the instructor guiding the students as they work through materials that will prepare them for the four GED Official Practice tests which are fore-runners for the official tests. The test areas include: Language Arts (reading and writing), Social Studies, Science, and Math. The student must have a working knowledge of the subject matter in each area and learn strategies which will enable them to pass both of the required test batteries. There are four (4) sections to the 2014 GED battery (reasoning through language arts, social studies, science, and math). The GED testing fee is $20 per section. In order for students to register and pay for the Official GED test(s), they will need to have a credit card, or prepaid credit card.
Course Fee: n/a--Book Fee: books/materials supplied--Test Fee: $20 per section
Start Date
08-03-2015 M/T/W 5 - 7:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 102
08-03-2015 M/T/Th 1 - 3 pm Beach House, 301 Maple Lane, MHC
08-03-2015 M/T 4:30 - 7:30 pm Newport Elementary School

High School Equivalency Prep (Pre-GED)
This preparation class reviews math and language skills. The math skills that will be reviewed include basic math skills in the areas of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals and percents. The language arts skills that will be reviewed include basic parts of speech, grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Reading emphasizes comprehension and building vocabulary. The basic format in writing is practiced through various textbooks as well as personal experience stories written by the student. The students also learn how to utilize the five paragraph essay format for GED. There are four (4) sections to the 2014 GED battery (reasoning through language arts, social studies, science and math). The GED testing fee is $20 per section. In order for students to register and pay for the Official GED test(s), they will need to have a credit card, or prepaid credit card.
Course Fee: n/a--Book Fee: books/materials supplied--Test Fee: $20 per section
Start Date
08-03-2015 M/T/W/Th 8 am - 1 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 116
08-03-2015 M/T/W 5 - 7:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 116

Business and Industry


Professional Bookkeeping Certificate
Get three in one! First, learn the principles of double-entry bookkeeping and master the basics of preparing financial statements. Analyze business transactions, prepare end-of-period worksheets and financial statements. Learn about adjusting and closing entries, accounts receivable/payable, specialized journals and ledgers. Second, learn about payroll accounting, income tax and sales tax, payroll taxes, deferred compensation arrangements, cafeteria plans, taxable and non-taxable benefits, payroll reporting requirements and payroll management. Third, you'll pull this all together using Quickbooks, a professional accounting system.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: $140--n/a
Start Date
08-25-2015 32 sessions, T/Th 6 - 9 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 221/314

Small Business Ownership Basics
An interactive, hands-on course designed to teach the basics of small business ownership. Included in the class will be marketing ideas, pricing your product or service, taxes, how to obtain financing, record keeping and other business-related information. By the end of the class, participants will have developed a business plan. Guest speakers will include an accountant and an attorney. Course uses the Rural Entrepreneurship Through Action Learning (REAL) curriculum.
Course Fee: $70--Book Fee: $20 (available in class)--n/a
Start Date
09-08-2015 8 sessions, T/Th 6 - 9 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. TBA

Certificate and Licensure


Notary Public
Course provides training that meets the requirements of Chapter 10B of the NC General Statutes for individuals seeking appointments as Notary Publics in North Carolina. Note: Must have no criminal background, excludes traffic violations. Also must be at least 18 years old with a high school diploma or GED equivalent. Students must purchase book prior to the first class meeting. You can register and pay online for this course. Call 252-222-6200 for information.
Course Fee: $65--Book Fee: $28.62--Application Fee to State: $50
Start Date
08-11-2015 2 sessions, T/Th 6 - 9:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 112

Real Estate Broker Relationships and Responsibilities
The first of three courses designed to assist the provisional broker to meet the 90-hour post-licensing educational requirements set forth by the N.C. Real Estate Commission. This course consists of high-level advanced instruction covering agency relationships and duties to principle and third parties, working with sellers and buyers. Includes issues confronted when agents leave/change firms with resulting licenses and education concerns. For more information, go to www.ncrec.state.nc.us.
Course Fee: $125--Book Fee: $64.34--n/a
Start Date
08-25-2015 4 sessions, T/Th 8:30 am-5 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 221

Real Estate Provisional Broker
This Real Estate Prelicensing course prepares individuals to sit for the real estate license examination administered by the NC Real Estate Commission. Strong mathematical and reading comprehension skills are necessary to successfully complete this course. Required textbook: Modern Real Estate Practices in North Carolina, 8th updated edition. Recommended textbook: Mastering Real Estate Math. For more information, go to www.ncrec.state.nc.us. Students should also bring a 3-ring binder and calculator to class.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: $73.77--n/a
Start Date
09-08-2015 18 sessions, T/Th 8:30 am-1:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 221

Work Zone Flagger Certification
This class is designed to meet North Carolina's certification training requirements for work zone flaggers. The primary objectives of the training are to train flaggers to provide safe passage of traffic through and around work areas and to minimize confusion by bringing standard flagging procedures to our nation's highways.
Course Fee: $70--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
08-17-2015 2 sessions, M/W 6 - 10 pm Rhue Bldg., Rm. 123

Computer Training


Basic Computer Skills using Windows 8
In this course, students start from the beginning. Learn basic typing skills and ways to increase your speed. Also, become familiar with the basic functions of using a computer through hands-on instruction on essential computer concepts, navigating the start screen, file management, and the basics of using email and the internet. Need more than just the basics? Consider taking our Microsoft Office or Computer Bootcamp courses.
Course Fee: $70--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
08-20-2015 8 sessions, Thursdays 6 - 9 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 317

Computer Bootcamp
This course is designed to provide the fundamental computer skills you need to survive and prosper in today's fast-changing workplace. You will learn how to implement the powers of modern office software to work faster and more efficiently. We'll focus on practical application for software most common to the workplace. This is an essential course for those with little or no computer skills to learn what you need to be employed in today's workplace. Covers the basics of Microsoft Word, Excel and Access, as well as networking, internet and email.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
08-25-2015 32 sessions, T/Th 5:30 - 9:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 319

Culinary and Service Industry


Brewing, Introduction
An expert instructor guides attendees through the process of brewing a batch of extract beer using a brewing kit. Throughout class time, the instructor will discuss basic brewing techniques, offer tips and tricks for making the process flow smoothly and provide basic details about the ingredients typically utilized in extract brewing. Beyond basic processes and ingredients, the instructor describes the importance of proper cleaning and sanitation techniques and leads the attendees through a beer tasting. During the tasting section, the instructor provides instruction on the proper method for evaluating the aroma, mouthfeel, flavors, finish and aftertaste of an individual beer, providing the student with the basic skills for assessing the characteristics of beer and understanding beer quality in clear and simple language. Great for those exploring a career in the field or home brewers. Must be 21 or over take the class.
Course Fee: $70--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
09-02-2015 8 sessions, Wednesdays 6 - 8 pm Culinary Bldg., Rm. TBA

ServSafe: Sanitation and Food Safety
Course provides accurate, up-to-date information for all levels of employees in all aspects of handling food, from receiving and storing to preparing and serving. Prepares students to take the ServSafe sanitation exam which is offered, at no charge, the last day of class.
Course Fee: $70--Book Fee: $94.67--n/a
Start Date
08-31-2015 3 sessions, M/T/W 9 am-4 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 220

Employment Skills


ABCs of NCWorks and Resumes
NCWorks is a one-stop online resource for job seekers in North Carolina. Job seekers can search for jobs, create resumes, and find education and training. Participants in this class will register on NCWorks Online, learn all the ins and outs of this job seeking tool, and learn techniques for developing an effective resume.
Course Fee: $70 (HRD fee waivers apply; call 252-222-6116--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
08-18-2015 1 session, Tuesday 9 am-1 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 319

Health Careers


AHA Healthcare Provider BLS CPR
This American Heart Association course teaches CPR skills to use with victims of all ages, use of an automated external defibrillator and relief of foreign-body airway obstruction. It is intended for participants who provide health care to patients. You can register and pay online for this course. Call 252-222-6200 for information. NOTE: The book, "AHA Health Care Provider BLS", can be purchased online or from the college bookstore prior to the day of class. You must have a current text book to attend this course. Text books can be ordered in advance online from the CCC Bookstore at http://www.neebo.com/carteret-community-college# Select Term: CON ED 2014, Select Department: PUBLIC SAFETY then choose course. Shipping free!
Course Fee: $36--Book Fee: $17.55 (prior to class)--Card fee: $4
Start Date
08-08-2015 1 session, Saturday 9 am - 2 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 119b
09-12-2015 1 session, Saturday 9 am - 2 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 119b

AHA Heartsaver First Aid, CPR, AED Course
The American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid course teaches rescuers to effectively recognize and treat adult emergencies in the critical first minutes until emergency medical services personnel arrive. The course also provides a complete health and safety training solution for first aid and adult, child,infant CPR/AED. You can register and pay online for this course. Call 252-222-6200 for information. NOTE: The book, "AHA Heart Saver First Aid CPR AED", must be purchased from the bookstore or online prior to the day of class. You must have a current text book to attend this course. Text books can be ordered in advance online from the CCC Bookstore at http://www.neebo.com/carteret-community-college# Select Term: CON ED 2014, Select Department: PUBLIC SAFETY then choose course. Shipping free!
Course Fee: $36--Book Fee: $20.40 (purchase before class)--Card Fee: $4
Start Date
08-15-2015 1 session, Saturday 9 am - 3 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 119b

Home Care Aide
This course provides advanced training for the Nurse Aide. The course focuses on enhancing specific skills needed when working in the home care setting including person-centered care, nutrition, hydration, patient and personal safety, mental health, dementia, behavioral challenges, pain management, palliative care and stress management. Upon completion, students are eligible for listing as a home care nurse aide with the North Carolina registry. Students must show proof of current listing on the Nurse Aide Registry for enrollment in the course.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: $65--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
09-03-2015 17 sessions, Th/F 8 am-2:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 122b

Nurse Assistant I (CNA I) Orientation
Prior to attending orientation, you will need to get a Nurse Aide packet from CCED (252-222-6200), complete a criminal background check ($25 fee) and drug screen ($37 fee) through usinfogroup.com, and sit for a TABE (Test of Adult Basic Education) reading test unless a degree or college entrance exam has been completed. Social Security card and valid ID are required at orientation. You may register and pay for the class at orientation ONLY if all paperwork is complete with approved criminal background check and drug screen needed for clinicals. Questions? Call the Nurse Aide Coordinator at 252-222-6019. Note: Student must register to attend one of the orientation dates prior to start of class by contacting the Nurse Aide Coordinator, at 252-222-6019 or the CCED office at 252-222-6200.
Course Fee: n/a--Book Fee: n/a--n/a
Start Date
08-03-2015 1 session, Monday 2 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 122a
08-10-2015 1 session, Monday 2 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 122a

Nursing Assistant I (CNA I)
NOTE: You cannot pre-register for this class. You must contact our office, at 252-222-6200 to request an application packet and register for orientation. Our classes offer hands-on clinical experience to better prepare one to work as a professional nurse assistant with confidence. Students will complete a total of 176 hours inclusive of class, laboratory and clinical experiences obtained in long-term care, as well as acute care facilities consistent with the standards of practice as directed by the North Carolina Division of Health and Human Services encompassing the knowledge and skills required under the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA). Upon successful completion of the program, graduates are eligible to apply for the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP) examination for listing on the N.C. Nurse Aide Registry. There is an additional cost for this test of $101.00 to be paid when registering online for the written and practical examination. Register for orientation prior to class date. Questions? Call the Nurse Aide Coordinator at 252-222-6019.
Course Fee: $180 +$24 book--Book Fee: $82.55 (bookstore)--Insurance Fee: $0.55; Allied Health Fee: $21.25; CPR Card Fee: $4.00
Start Date
08-26-2015 29 sessions, W/Th 8 am - 2:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 122a
08-31-2015 44 sessions, M/T/W 5:30 - 9:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 122a
09-08-2015 29 sessions, M/T 8am-2:30pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 122a

Nursing Assistant II (CNA II)
NOTE: You cannot pre-register for this class. You must contact the Nurse Aide Coordinator, at 252-222-6019 to make an appointment for registration. Prepares students to perform more complex skills in caring for the patient. Students must have a high school diploma or GED and have successfully completed Nurse Aide I before they are allowed to enroll in Nurse Aide II. Upon successful completion, the graduate may apply for certification through the N.C. Board of Nursing. To enroll, contact the Nurse Aide Coordinator at 252-222-6019.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: $190--Insurance Fee: $0.55; Allied Health Fee: $21.25
Start Date
08-24-2015 40 sessions, M/T/Th 5:30 -9:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 122b
08-24-2015 27 sessions, M/T 8 am-2:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 122b

Nutrition and Metabolism
Enhance your current understanding of human nutrition by furthering knowledge of metabolism and its relationship to biochemistry, including the digestion, absorption, and metabolism of fat, protein, and carbohydrates. This course is great for exercise professionals and anyone looking to further increase their knowledge of nutrition and metabolism and its relationship to physical activity and exercise. This is a hybrid class (instruction online and in the classroom). Students should have internet access at home to complete the coursework.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: $245--n/a
Start Date
08-18-2015 14+online sessions, T/Th 12 - 3 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 113

Pharmacy Technician
For anyone interested in becoming a pharmacy technician or those with a healthcare background looking to strengthen their current skills. Learn about various pharmacy practice settings, drug classes, drug interactions, daily pharmacy operations, and how to effectively assist in pharmaceutical preparations and complete daily required tasks in any pharmacy environment.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: $32 (available in classroom)--n/a
Start Date
09-09-2015 27 sessions, M/W 6 - 9:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 114

Phlebotomy Technician
Note: You must obtain an application, prepay and provide documentation required for this course. Call 252-222-6200 for registration packet. This program provides students with the theory, skills and practice to get hired as a phlebotomist. In addition to phlebotomy and capillary blood collection, students learn to perform various diagnostic tests to include hematology, blood chemistry, routine urinalysis and other laboratory procedures.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: $51--Insurance Fee: $21.25; CPR Card: $4; scrubs required
Start Date
08-18-2015 23 sessions plus clinical hours 6 - 9:30 pm T/Th +clinicals Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 119b

Veterinary Assistant
This course prepares individuals to assist in a veterinarian practice. Topics include veterinary terminology, anatomy and physiology, proper handling and restraining of animals, obtaining and handling specimens, emergency care, nursing skills, pre-surgical skills, post-operative skills, and pharmacy skills. The class also covers conduct and laws, office management in reference to medical records, charting, detailed documentation, client communication skills, scheduling and admitting patients, basic invoicing, billing and payment on account procedures. Successful completion of this course will prepare one for employment as a veterinary assistant.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: $109.26--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
09-01-2015 30 sessions, T/Th 5:30 - 9 pm Rhue Bldg., Rm. 123

Life Enrichment


Art - Mixed Media
Learn to draw, paint, or use watercolor; whatever medium you like. Open to beginners and experienced artists.
Course Fee: $40--Book Fee: n/a--n/a
Start Date
09-10-2015 6 sessions, Thursdays 9am - 12pm WCL, Rm. 3&4, Cape Carteret

Bridge - The Basics of Modern Bridge
Intermediate - Weak Two Bids, Transfers, Stayman, signaling, and modern planning techniques.
Course Fee: $85 (non-members); $75 (Club members)--Book Fee: n/a--n/a
Start Date
09-08-2015 8 sessions, Tuesdays 10 am-12 pm County Club of the Crystal Coast, PKS

Bridge - The Play of the Cards
Taking ALL your tricks as Declarer.
Course Fee: $85 (non-members);$75 (Club members)--Book Fee: n/a--n/a
Start Date
09-08-2015 8 sessions, Tuesdays 1 - 3 pm Country Club of the Crystal Coast, PKS

Yoga - Gentle/De-Stress
Instructor Theresa Morton will focus on therapeutic yoga stretches and breathing to support a healthy body, help relieve back pain, and calm the nervous system. Includes relaxation techniques to help relieve stress and tension from the body and mind. Therapeutic style yoga gently increases range of motion, strength, balance and overall healthy body alignment. Appropriate for all age students and no prior yoga experience needed. Please bring your own mat.
Course Fee: $30--Book Fee: n/a--n/a
Start Date
07-30-2015 6 sessions, Thursdays 12:10 - 1:00 pm Camp Glenn Bldg. on Campus

Massage and Related Bodywork Therapy


Taut Band Therapy
This workshop offers active demonstrations and lots of hands-on experience in assessing and treating painful muscular-skeletal problems. Students will learn to identify and treat the taut bands that perpetuate trigger point and attachment site pain. Lengthening the tight muscle fibers within taut bands is the key to effective treatment. Topics include: understanding patients in pain, pain reduction strategies, functional analysis, and other assessment tools. The goals of this therapy are: pain reduction, increased range of motion and restoration of the muscle's full functional strength. This class is recommended for massage therapists, bodyworkers, physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, advanced massage school students, or other hands-on health professionals. (16 CEUs)
Course Fee: $255--Book Fee: n/a--n/a
Start Date
09-12-2015 2 sessions, S/Su 8:30 am - 5:45 pm McGee Bldg., Rm. 263

Public Safety and EMS


ACLS Refresher
For fee exemption, bring a letter of affiliation to the class. Text book and pre-test: "AHA ACLS Provider 2010 Guidelines" available online or at the college bookstore. Student must complete the ACLS pre-test prior to class and have current text book to attend this course.
Course Fee: $70 (fee waived for Fire & Rescue Personnel)--Book Fee: $45.89--Card Fee: $6
Start Date
08-29-2015 1 session, Saturday 8:30 am-5:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 119b

AMLS Provider
For the registration fee to be exempt, bring a letter of affiliation to the class. Current course text book is mandatory for this course. Student will receive the pre-test on the first day of class. Text book can be ordered in advance online from the CCC Bookstore at http://www.neebo.com/carteret-community-college# Select Term: CON ED 2015, Select Department: PUBLIC SAFETY then choose course. Shipping free! You must pre-register at least two weeks prior to the start of the course by calling 252-222-6200.
Course Fee: $70 (fee waived for Fire & Rescue Personnel)--Book Fee: $73.63--Card Fee: $15
Start Date
08-07-2015 2 sessions, F/S 8:30 am-5:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 119b

Carteret County EMS System RSI Update Training
Required: Per NCCEP Guidelines for RSI Systems and Dr. Lowry all RSI designated paramedics should attend formal update training every 4 years. (Remember RSI designation is NOT mandatory for all paramedics in the Carteret County EMS System. Check with your local department administration to see if you are required to obtain the RSI designation as a part of your job description.) Since the new protocols have gone into effect and there are substantive changes to Protocol 4 RSI, Dr. Lowry would like for all RSI designated paramedics to attend this 5 hour refresher training. Any paramedic who wishes to be RSI designated can attend this training as the first step in the process. (See Dr. Lowry for additional requirements to become RSI designated.) Specific topics: Review of the pharmacology of RSI medications, Protocols, Policies and Procedures related to RSI as approved under the NCCEP Guidelines, Review of failed RSI cases in N.C., Using MOANS, LEMON, RODS and SHORT to find and predict difficult and impossible airways. Review of the 6 "P's" of RSI. Interactive case studies; students will work in teams to perform the RSI's on 4 patients. Class sizes are limited. Pre-registration recommended.
Course Fee: $70 (unless fee exempt)--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
09-11-2015 1 session, Friday 8:30 am-2:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 119b

Crystal Coast Fire Academy
The Crystal Coast Fire Academy (CCFA) is a seventeen week evening program not to exclude Saturday days that involves some day time internship hours. Academy cadets receive North Carolina Fire/Rescue certification courses in the areas of Firefighter and Hazardous Materials NC L1 Responder. Additionally, cadets will receive NIMS 100 and 200 certification. Rapid Intervention Team (RIT) concepts will be taught as part of the curriculum along with other expanded firefighter topics including LP Gas firefighting. At the end of the academy, cadets will be taught job preparatory skills and will be exposed to a job placement process. Application packets available. Contact Casey Arthur at arthurc@carteret.edu or 252-222-6201. Note: Applications for the 8/7/15 class will be accepted through 7/17/15. Applications for the 1/11/16 class will be accepted through 12/11/15.
Course Fee: $180 (fee waived if sponsored by an NC Fire Dept.)--Book Fee: $125--Insurance Fee: $0.55; Uniform $275@College Bookstore
Start Date
08-07-2015 116 sessions, M/T/W/Th/S 5 -10:30 pm (M-Th); 8am-6pm (S) BLET Bldg. 8/7/14; ABFD/MCFD ST2

PALS Refresher
For fee exemption, bring a letter of affiliation to the class. Text book and pre-test: "AHA PALS Provider 2010" available online or at the college book store. Student must complete the PALS pre-test prior to the class and have a current text book to attend this course.
Course Fee: $70 (fee waived for Fire & Rescue Personnel)--Book Fee: $52.74--Card Fee: $6
Start Date
09-05-2015 1 session, Saturday 8:30 am - 5:30 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 119b

Transportation


Auto OBD Inspections Certification
This course is designed to prepare auto technicians and service personnel as OBD emission inspectors for motor vehicles. Course topics include regulations and test inspection procedures required by the NC DMV - Enforcement Section - for OBD emission inspectors. Upon completion, a student should understand the rules, regulations and procedures for OBD emission inspections, be able to inspect a vehicle properly and be prepared to sit for the state certification exam. You can register and pay online for this course. Call 252-222-6200 for information.
Course Fee: $70--Book Fee: none--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
08-24-2015 2 sessions, M/W 6 - 10 pm Rhue Bldg., Rm. 123

Auto Safety Inspection Certification
This course prepares auto technicians and service personnel as safety and emission inspectors for motor vehicles. It includes regulations and test inspection procedures and is taught to ensure that the student understands the rules and regulations, can inspect a vehicle properly and can successfully pass qualification exams for certification as a safety and emissions inspector at a licensed inspection station. You can register and pay online for this course. Call 252-222-6200 for information.
Course Fee: $70--Book Fee: none--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
08-10-2015 2 sessions, M/W 6 - 10 pm Rhue Bldg., Rm. 123

Forklift Operator Certification
Learn how to meet OSHA's Powered Industrial Truck Standard using the National Safety Council's Coaching the Lift Truck Operator Training Program. Participants will learn: operator training definitions from OSHA and NIOSH, lift truck design, vehicle safety inspections, moving with and without a load, picking up and stacking a load, utilizing scanning techniques. Special considerations such as trailers, ramps and elevators, and pedestrian safety are covered.
Course Fee: $70--Book Fee: $5 (in classroom)--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
08-28-2015 1 session, Friday 8 am-5 pm Rhue Bldg., Rm. 123

Motorcycle Safety - Basic Rider Course
Note: You must call 222-6123 or 6200 to receive prepayment information and to sign up due to limited class size. Learn to ride a motorcycle. You must be able to ride a bicycle, and have some degree of strength, since the course is physically demanding. Hot and cold weather conditions can add to the strenuous conditions. Motorcycles are provided for the class. Bring a helmet if you have one. Course meets for 3 sessions, Friday, 6 - 10 pm, Saturday and Sunday, 8 am - 6 pm. Call 252-222-6123 for available dates. Prepayment of $140.55 is required and must be paid upon registration. No refunds five working days before the first class session. You can register and pay online for this course. Call 252-222-6200 for information.
Course Fee: $140--Book Fee: n/a--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
07-31-2015 3 sessions, F/S/Su 6-10pm (F);8am-6pm (S);8am-5pm(Su) Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 315
08-07-2015 3 sessions, F/S/Su 6-10pm (F);8am-6pm (S);8am-5pm(Su) Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 315
08-14-2015 3 sessions, F/S/Su 6-10pm (F);8am-6pm (S);8am-5pm(Su) Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 315
08-21-2015 3 sessions, F/S/Su 6-10pm (F);8am-6pm (S);8am-5pm(Su) Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 315
08-28-2015 3 sessions, F/S/Su 6-10pm (F);8am-6pm (S);8am-5pm(Su) Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 315
09-11-2015 3 sessions, F/S/Su 6-10pm (F);8am-6pm (S);8am-5pm(Su) Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 315

Vehicle Escort Driver Certification
Prerequisite: Students must be 21 years old to become certified with the State of North Carolina as an escort driver. Course satisfies the requirements set by the N.C. Department of Transportation to certify Oversize-Overweight load escort vehicle drivers. Escort drivers are required to take a four hour recertification class every four years.
Course Fee: $70--Book Fee: none--n/a
Start Date
09-11-2015 1 session, Friday 8 am-5 pm Rhue Bldg., Rm. 123

Vocational and Marine Trades


Boat Electrical Systems
This course teaches students the skills necessary to wire 12-volt direct current and 12-volt alternating current electrical systems found on modern boats. Topics covered are electrical system and wiring sizing, batteries, wire harnesses, distribution panels, electronic component installation, and electrical system troubleshooting. Upon completion, students should be able to install a complete electrical system on a mock-up yacht.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: n/a--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
08-18-2015 47 sessions, T/W/Th 6 - 9 pm Martec Bldg., Rm. 110

Carpentry, Fundamentals of
This course provides an understanding of fundamental carpentry techniques. Participants will learn basic safety procedures, tool identification, use and selection, tool check out/in procedures and basic carpentry mathematics. Other topics may include techniques for framing walls, partitions, roofs, doors and windows as well as understanding the basic materials and construction practices to layout and construct foundations and flooring systems. Throughout the course, participants are involved in live project construction to give practical application to knowledge learned.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: n/a--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
08-26-2015 29 sessions, M/W 6 - 10 pm McGee Bldg., Rm. S3

Electrical Contractor Continuing Education (8 hr.)
Course meets the N.C. State Board of Electrical Examiners eight hour continuing education requirement for electrical contractors.
Course Fee: $70--Book Fee: bring code book--n/a
Start Date
08-21-2015 1 session, Friday 8 am-5 pm Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 115

HVAC I (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning)
This program is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to become employed as a heating and air conditioning technician. The course introduces the most up-to-date processes in heating and cooling efficiency and introduces alternatives to ozone depleting refrigerants.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: n/a--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
09-08-2015 27 sessions, T/Th 6 - 10 pm McGee Bldg., Rm. S16

HVAC II
This course provides the student with the skills necessary to become employed as a heating and air conditioning technician. It is a comprehensive course focusing on the operating principles of heating and cooling systems with emphasis on safety, theory and principles of refrigeration, types of heating/cooling systems, Ohm's law, load calculations, troubleshooting using the various types of test equipment, servicing, repairing and installing components/entire systems and employment of customer service techniques. Topics for the course include alternating current, compressors, refrigerants and oils, leak detection, metering devices and heat pumps.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: $128--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
09-02-2015 29 sessions, M/W 6 - 10 pm McGee Bldg., Rm. S16

Introduction to Composites
This course covers the fundamental techniques utilized in working with resins, fabrics, and adhesives, with special emphasis on composite material safety. Topics include component resin mixing and application of cores and fabrics, using product data sheets while emphasizing quality control of raw materials and finished product. Upon completion, students should be able to follow a lamination schedule, mix resins within strict parameters, and execute gel coat, solid, and cored panel repairs.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: n/a--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
08-19-2015 15 sessions, Wednesday 9 am-1 pm Martec Bldg., Rm. 110

Marine Captain's Licensing (OUPV)
Provides training to mariners seeking their US Coast Guard Operators License as Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessels (OUPV) upon Great Lakes, Inland and/or Near Coastal waters as specified in 46 CFR Part 10. Course prepares students for the USCG examination given at Carteret Community College or a USCG Regional Examination Center (REC). Ideally, students taking this course should have completed a minimum of one year underway on vessels with 90 days of that experience acquired during the three years prior to enrollment. Class includes CPR/First Aid certification. Upon successful completion of our OUPV License class, the student receives a certificate which, with the complete application, may be submitted for the OUPV License to the USCG. Carteret Community College wants to make sure that all students signing up for the OUPV class understand the USCG requirements for the license. If you have any questions regarding license requirements or have any unusual health issues, we recommend you visit the USCG/National Maritime Center web site at www.uscg.mil/nmc or email: iasknmc@uscg.mil or call 1-888-427-5662 to ensure that you are qualified to hold the license. Carteret Community College associated fees: Registration fee $180.00 Book fee $ 75.96 CPR card fee $ 4.00 The study materials are available in the college bookstore. Have a question? Call or write to the NMC. Email: iasknmc@uscg.mil Phone: 1-888-IASKNMC (1-888-427-5662)
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: $75.96--CPR Card Fee: $4
Start Date
09-08-2015 26 sessions, T/Th 6 - 9 pm Martec Bldg., Rm. 101

Marine Electronics
This course introduces a wide variety of marine electronics that are used in the marine research industry. Topics include basic theory, AC/DC power systems, components, circuits, testing, troubleshooting, and installation of AC and DC marine electronics. Upon completion, students should be able to install, maintain, and operate basic marine electronics used in the marine research industry.
Course Fee: $125--Book Fee: n/a--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
08-17-2015 17 sessions, Mondays 6 - 8:30 pm Martec Bldg., Rm. 120

Marine Outboard Engine Repair
This program covers 2 and 4 stroke outboard engines and the systems used on each. Maintenance and repair will be the focus for this class. This course is taught by a certified master technician.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: n/a--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
08-19-2015 16 sessions, Wednesdays 6 - 10 pm Martec Bldg., Rm. 120

Marine Spray Finishing
This course covers the fundamental techniques used in the preparation and application of marine finishes, using modern coatings and spray equipment common to the marine manufacturing and service industry. Emphasis is placed on safety, product data sheets, mixing ratios, proper spray techniques, troubleshooting finishes and equipment. Upon completion, students should be able to correctly operate tools to efficiently prepare surfaces, apply fairing compounds, primers and finish coats to industry standard.
Course Fee: $125--Book Fee: n/a--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
08-17-2015 17 sessions, Mondays 6 - 8:30 pm Martec Bldg., Rm. 110

Welding & Cutting - Advanced
This course is designed to enhance skills in the shielded metal arc (stick) welding process. Emphasis is placed on advancing manipulative skills with Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)electrodes on plate and pipe. Upon completion, students should be able to perform groove welds on carbon steel plate and pipe. Prerequisite: Welding I or approval by instructor.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: n/a--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
08-31-2015 58 sessions, M/T/W/Th 8 am-12 pm McGee Bldg., Welding Shop

Welding Certification Testing
This class provides individuals with the opportunity to test for welding certification(s) per AWS specifications.
Course Fee: $100--Book Fee: n/a--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
08-17-2015 4 sessions, M/T/W/Th 6 - 9 pm McGee Bldg., Welding Shop

Welding I
In this course students will learn the shielded metal arc (stick) weld process. Emphasis is placed on welding safety, padding, fillets, and groove welding in various positions. This course also introduces oxyfuel, cutting, plasma arc cutting, air carbon arc cutting and gouging as well as weld quality.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: $96.65--Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
09-01-2015 31 sessions, T/Th 6 - 10 pm McGee Bldg., Welding Shop
09-08-2015 54 sessions, M/T/W/Th 1 - 4 pm McGee Bldg., Welding Shop

Welding Level I - Part 2
Prerequisite: Completion of Welding Level I (Part 1). This course is a continuation of Welding Level I (Part 1) which leads to a nationally recognized credential through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER). The course will cover weld quality, SMAW-Equipment and setup, shielded metal arc electrodes, SMAW-Beads and fillet welds, joint fit-up and alignment, SMAW-groove welds with backing and SMAW-Open v-groove welds. Students will also have the opportunity to test for AWS certification.
Course Fee: $180--Book Fee: --Insurance Fee: $0.55
Start Date
09-02-2015 29 sessions, M/W 6 - 10 pm McGee Bldg., Welding Shop