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Bunker Hill Community College Announces Late Winter/Early Spring Classes

For an up-to-date listing of Community Education classes, visit us online at: http://www.bhcc.mass.edu/ce Telephone: 617-228-2462 E-mail: commed@bhcc.mass.edu

The Office of Community Education at Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) provides a wide range of professional development, lifelong learning and enrichment opportunities for our community by offering classes and programs that are designed to make you a dynamic human being. Our classes are conveniently scheduled, low cost and taught by talented professionals in their respective fields. Regardless of your age or educational goal, there’s a class that can keep you current with today’s trends and technologies, help you get ahead in life and career, or just have fun.

For an up-to-date listing of Community Education classes, times, dates and descriptions, visit us online at: http://www.bhcc.mass.edu/ce

Telephone: 617-228-2462 • Fax: 617-228-2080
Website: http://www.bhcc.mass.edu/ce
E-mail: commed@bhcc.mass.edu

REGISTER NOW FOR OUR NEW UPCOMING CLASSES IN FEBRUARY:

Pre-License Real Estate Sales
WCE-473                                                               $350

This 40-hour class is geared to the individual seeking to become a real estate salesperson. The class covers all the areas necessary to prepare participants for taking the Massachusetts Real Estate Salesperson’s Examination. Students who successfully complete the mandatory 40-hour class will receive a certificate and be certified to sit for the examination. Attendance at every class is required.

M1    Mondays, Wednesdays                       6-9 p.m.         D Ceruolo
         CHAR                         February 11-May 15

Introduction to Documentary Filmmaking
FSR-113A                                                                 $175

This workshop will take participants through the various stages of documentary filmmaking from development to post-production and delivery. The focus will be on generating a good idea, including key steps to research and idea development; an introduction to narrative and storytelling; the computer basics to create and edit film. The course will involve numerous practical exercises.

W1    Wednesdays              6:30-8:45 p.m.   M Chan
         E169                            February 27-May 29

General Educational Development (GED) Preparation
GED-104A                                                              $235

To prepare for the Massachusetts Department of Education’s High School Development Equivalency Examination, students will take practice tests and develop individualized study plans. Beginning with diagnostic testing, instruction focuses on writing, reading, math, science and social studies. Students will use textbooks/workbooks and calculators, which are not included in the fee. There is also a separate fee for testing.

T1     Tuesdays, Thursdays                          6-9 p.m.         TBA
         CHAR                         February 26-April 9

S1      Saturdays                   9 a.m.-1 p.m.            TBA
         CHAR                         March 16-May 18

SHRM® Learning System:
Certification Prep Program for PHR and SPHR
BSN-124                                                               $1200

Bunker Hill Community College is offering this course in cooperation with the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) as exam preparation for the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) and Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification examinations administered by HRCI. This intensive SHRM Learning System® preparation course is designed to provide individuals with an overview of six key areas in human resource management. Materials include modules that correspond to the six functional areas, responsibilities and associated knowledge as defined by the Human Resources Certification
Institute (HRCI).The course fee includes study materials and books. Please call the Community Education Office at 617-228-2462 or email ssha4746@bhcc.mass.edu to register.

T1     Tuesdays                    6-9 p.m.          K Enright
         CHAR                         February 12-May 7

TOEFL Preparation
TFL-101                                                                   $235

TOEFL-101 features up-to-date, realistic practice tests and cooperative learning strategies designed to help students develop the listening, writing, speaking and reading skills required for the test. Students will learn critical thinking skills and strategies that will help them feel confident and prepared to take the test. The curriculum of this course is based on the TOEFL iBT (Internet-based Test).

M1    Tuesdays                    6-8:30 p.m.     C Magaña
         CHAR                         February 12-May 28

Microsoft Word
CPT-203                                                                  $112

This class introduces students to the basics of Word. Participants will create and edit business and personal documents, letterheads, résumés, labels and flyers and learn to use the Internet to access information and clip-art to incorporate into documents and flyers. Please bring a flash drive to each class.

F1      Fridays                       6-9 p.m.                   TBA
         CHAR                         February 15-March 29

T1     Tuesdays                    6-9 p.m.          M Griffin
         D121B                          February 12-March 26

Introduction to Personal Computers
CPT-201                                                                   $112

Designed for the beginner, this hands-on course will introduce students to personal computers. Windows, various types of software and software basics will be covered. Students will also be introduced to naming, saving, retrieving, printing and managing files. Microsoft programs will be used to cover the basics of word processing, database management and spreadsheets. Please bring a flash drive to the first meeting.

M1    Mondays                    6-9 p.m.                   TBA
         CHAR                         February 18-April 1

Beginning Spanish I
LNG-400                                                                $129

Designed for students with little or no background in the Spanish language, this course focuses on the acquisition of basic listening, speaking, reading and writing skills within a cultural framework.

T1     Tuesdays                    6-9 p.m.                   TBA
         M105B                        February 19-April 2

How to Build a Fun and Profitable Home-Based Business: Live Interactive Online Webinar
BSN-203                                                                  $20

Learn skills and activities that lay out step by step what it takes to make more money and have more fun. This class is about your personal business activities: tangible things you can do and measurable activities to get new customers, increase visibility and increase your income. Before registering, please visit www.jamesfarnham.com to get an expanded course description and to ensure your computer is properly equipped.

OL    Saturday,                    noon-2 p.m.   J Farnham
         Online Webinar        February 23

20 Ways to Earn Residual Income: Live Interactive Online Webinar
BSN-205                                                                  $20

Uncover more than 20 specific ways to earn consistent, dependable, ongoing and reliable income from stocks, bonds, mutual funds, mortgages and insurance, e-publishing, Internet, Webinars, opt-in marketing, home-based businesses and more. Before registering, please visit www.jamesfarnham.com to get an expanded course description and to ensure your computer is properly equipped.

OL    Saturday                     9-11 a.m.         J Farnham
         Online Webinar        February 23

Live Interactive Webinar: How to Conduct a Webinar

BSN-211                                                                    $20

Webinars make it possible for you to communicate with clients and prospects anywhere in the world. Examine the nuts and bolts of how the do-it-yourselfer can carry out a cost-effective, professional webinar. Learn the basics of technology, hardware/software combinations and other equipment. Experience how a live video feed Webinar platform works. Contrast the differences between in-person versus electronic formats. Discover how to monetize your content. Receive a list of 38 ways to promote your program. This is an online Webinar class. Before registering, please visit www.jamesfarnham.com to get an expanded course description and to ensure your computer is properly equipped.

OL    Saturday                     3-4:30 p.m.     J Farnham
         Online Webinar        February 23

Below is a list of all of our offerings for spring 2013

GENERAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (GED) PREPARATION

Simply Math: Prepare for the Mathematics Section of the GED Exam CRD-421 $99

S1      Saturdays                   1:30-4:30 p.m. P Espinoza-Toro
         CHAR                         April 13-May 11

Ready for the GED?

General Educational Development (GED) Preparation GED-104A $235

T1     Tuesdays, Thursdays                          6-9 p.m.         TBA
         CHAR                         February 26-April 9

S1      Saturdays                   9 a.m.-1 p.m.            TBA
         CHAR                         March 16-May 18

SAFETY AND WELL-BEING

Basic Rider Course/Motorcycle Safety Training FSR-725 $275

Classes are on weekends from April to October.
For more information please contact the Community Education Division at 617-228-2462 or e-mail commed@bhcc.mass.edu.

         To register for the course please contact Ironstone Ventures at            
         508-278-0172 or visit www.ironstoneventures.com.

Rape Aggression Defense (RAD): Women’s Self-Defense Workshop FSR-619C $60

T1     Tuesdays                    5:30-8:30 p.m. R Barrows
         GYM                           March 5-April 2

LANGUAGES AND CULTURE

American English Pronunciation and Accent LNG-517 $79

S1      Saturdays                   12:15-3 p.m. S Bloomberg
         CHAR                         April 20-May 18

Introductory Irish Language Culture LNG-451 $80

S1      Saturdays                   12:15-3 p.m.     M Newell
         CHAR                         March 30-May 4

Beginning Spanish I LNG-400 $129

T1     Tuesdays                    6-9 p.m.                   TBA
         M105B                        February 19-April 2

Beginning Spanish II LNG-400A $129

T1     Tuesdays                    6-9 p.m.                   TBA
         M105B                        April 9-May 21

Cultural Transition and Cross-Cultural Competency LNG-531 $45

S1      Saturday                     11 a.m.-2 p.m. K Yasutake
         CHAR                         April 27

GREEN BUSINESS, LEADERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND NON-PROFIT COURSES

Certificate Program in Effective Management BSN-202 $399

S1      Saturdays                   9 a.m.-3 p.m.  O Harren
         CHAR                         April 27-May 25

Fundraising for Non-Profit Organizations FNP-301 $169

S1      Saturdays                   10-noon                    TBD
         CHAR                         April 27-May 18

MassGREEN Crew Chief Course BSN-207 $369

01      Tuesday-Saturday    9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.      TBA
         CHAR                         May 14-18

Starting and Running a Successful Weatherization Business BSN-311 $149

01      Wednesdays              6-9 p.m.          L Daniels
         CHAR                         March 27-May 15

SHRM Essentials of HR Management BSN-124A $569

S1      Saturdays                   noon-3 p.m.             TBA
         CHAR                         April 13-May 11

Unlocking the Key to Positive Classroom Management BSN-161 $10

T1     Tuesday                     6-8 p.m.            C Parker
         SUDBURY                  April 23

T2     Tuesday                     6-8 p.m.            C Parker
         SUDBURY                  May 14

TEST PREPARATION

SHRM® Learning System: Certification Prep Program for PHR and SPHR BSN-124 $1200

T1     Tuesdays                    6-9 p.m.          K Enright
         CHAR                         February 12-May 7

TOEFL Preparation TFL-101 $235

M1    Tuesdays                    6-8:30 p.m.     C Magaña
         CHAR                         February 12-May 28

SAT Preparation Course SAT-101 $599

S1      Saturdays                   1:30 -5:30 p.m. H Steinbrook
         CHAR                         March 30-May 25

GRE Preparation Course GRE-101 $699

S1      Saturdays                   9 a.m.-1 p.m. H Steinbrook
         CHAR                         March 30-May 25

CAREER AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION

NEW PROGRAM COMING SOON!

Sustainable Sales Skills Certificate Program TBA $2400

Art of Networking WCE-355 $35

S1      Saturday                     1-3 p.m.              L Correa
         CHAR                         March 9

Bartending WCE-301 $195

SU    Sundays                      1-4 p.m.            K Hanley
         E421                            March 31-May 12

Basics of Entrepreneurship Certificate Program BSN-201 $379

01      Tuesdays, Thursdays                          6-9 p.m.         TBA
         CHAR                         March 12-May 9

Introduction to Documentary Filmmaking FSR-113A $175

W1    Wednesdays              6:30-8:45 p.m.   M Chan
         E169                            February 27-May 29

Pre-License Real Estate Sales WCE-473 $350

M1    Mondays, Wednesdays                       6-9 p.m.         D Ceruolo
         CHAR                         February 11-May 15

Principles of Special Education Laws and Regulations
WCE-251 $45

S1      Saturday                     12-3 p.m.  L D’Ambrosio
         CHAR                         May 4

Teach English as a Second Language (ESL) Course –How to Be an ESL Teacher BSN-213 $269

S1      Saturdays                   9 a.m.-noon A Goldsmith
         CHAR                         March 16-May 25

Fitness and Personal Enhancement

Beginning – Intermediate Tennis FSR-508 $99

S1      Saturdays                   9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. TBA
         Tennis Courts           April 20-May 18

Explore and Refine Your Outer Beauty FSR-413C $79

T1     Tuesdays                    4-5:30 p.m.         L Rizza
         CHAR                         March 26-April 23

Judgment in the Mirror SLF-377 $20

S1      Saturday                     10 a.m.-12 p.m. S Bradshaw
         TBA                            May 4

Pilates: An Introduction FSR-417 $69

W1    Wednesdays              4:30-5:30 p.m.          TBA
         CHAR                         March 27-May 15

Promises, Promises SLF-333 $20

S1      Saturday                     10 a.m.-noon S Bradshaw
         TBA                            April 20

The Purpose of Fears SLF-331 $20

S1      Saturday                     10 a.m.-noon S Bradshaw
         TBA                            April 6

Yoga FSR-055 $69

M1    Wednesdays              6-7 p.m.                    TBA
         CHAR                         March 27-May 15

Zumba Fitness NCD-618C $69

M1    Mondays                    6 p.m.-7 p.m.           TBA
         GYM                           March 25-May 13

COMPUTER TRAINING AND CLASSES

Introduction to Personal Computers CPT-201 $112

M1    Mondays                    6-9 p.m.                   TBA
         CHAR                         February 18-April 1

Overview of Adobe Creative Suite CPT-211 $120

01      Tuesdays                    6-9 p.m. A Carter, C McGlynn
         CHAR                         April 16-30

Microsoft Excel CPT-204 $112

H1     Thursdays                  6-9 p.m.           M Griffin
         CHAR                         February 7-March 14

S1      Saturdays                   9 a.m.-noon             TBA
         CHAR                         February 2-March 9

Advanced Microsoft Excel CPT-204B $112

H1     Thursdays                  6-9 p.m.           M Griffin
         D117                             April 4-May 9

SU    Sundays                      9 a.m.-noon             TBA
         CHAR                         March 24-May 5

Microsoft Word CPT-203 $112

F1      Fridays                       6-9 p.m.                   TBA
         CHAR                         February 15-March 29

T1     Tuesdays                    6-9 p.m.          M Griffin
         D121B                          February 12-March 26

Microsoft PowerPoint CPT-208 $112

M1    Mondays                    6-9 p.m.                   TBA
         D117                             April 8-May 13

SU    Sundays                      12-3 p.m.                   TBA
         CHAR                         April 14-May 19

Microsoft Access CPT-206 $112

W1    Wednesdays              6-9 p.m.           M Griffin
         D117                             March 27-May 1

HEALTH AND MEDICAL RELATED PROGRAMS

CPR for Healthcare FSR-106 $67

S1      Saturdays                   9 a.m.-1 p.m.            TBA
         CHAR                         March 30

S2     Saturdays                   9 a.m.-1 p.m.            TBA
         CHAR                         April 27

Medical Interpreting Certificate Program WCE-375 $999

T1     Tuesdays/Thursdays                           6-9 p.m.         TBA
         CHAR                         March 26-May 23

EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE

Language and the Infant/Toddler: Why and How? ECI-302 $110

S1      Saturdays                   9-11:30 a.m.   R Rzezuski
         TBA                            February 9-March 2

Supportive Relationships and Curriculum: Expanding the Infant/Toddler Connection ECI-303 $110

S1      Saturdays                   9-11:30 a.m.   R Rzezuski
         TBA                            March 9-April 6

Coaching and Mentoring: Working with Infant/Toddler Groups ECI-304 $135

F1      Fridays                       4-5:30 p.m.   R Rzezuski
         TBA                            April 13-May 4

Infant/Toddler Interaction Certificate–All four modules = 40 hours:
ECI-301, ECI-302, ECI-303 and ECI-304

Upon successful completion of all four modules and assignments, students will receive the Infant Toddler Interactions Certificate.

ONLINE COMPUTER INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION EXAM PREPARATION COURSES

For additional information visit: www.examforce.com or e-mail: ICTCertificationbhcc@gmail.com.

ONLINE COURSES AT BUNKER HILL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

NEW ONLINE COURSES

Bunker Hill Community College, in partnership with MindEdge, offers engaging and effective online courses and simulations. Our innovative self-paced training courses feature a narrative learning technique that includes videos, real life scenarios, case studies, expert commentary on subject matter, simulations and learner assessment tools. This type of higher level eLearning helps you develop mastery of the course. Earn your 35 PDUs by taking our new PMP Exam Prep course. To register and view other project management courses and simulations, link to:

http://bhcc.mindedgeonline.com/partner/courses

Online Professional Continuing Education (CE) and Licensure Courses

For more information visit:

http://BHCC.360training.com

EDUCATION SOFTWARE (VESI) ONLINE

Bunker Hill Community College has partnered with Virtual Education Software to provide continuing education for teachers or parents online. To select a course, please go to: http://virtualeduc.com/bhcc

JOBS FOR THE NEW ECONOMY: GREEN ONLINE TRAINING + YOU SUCCESS!

http://BHCC.theknowledgebase.org

Parking Permits

Students enrolled in short-term (5 weeks or less) non-credit courses do not have to purchase a parking permit, but they do need to request a temporary parking permit. Individuals registering by mail, phone or fax should request a permit prior to the first class meeting by e-mailing the Office of Community Education (commed@bhcc.mass.edu). Vehicles parked in BHCC parking areas without a current, valid parking permit will be ticketed and/or towed. No warning notices are given.

Refund Policy

Students may cancel enrollment in a Community Education course within two (2) working days prior to the first class meeting and receive a 100 percent refund. No refunds will be given after that time.

  •        All Bunker Hill Community College students are now eligible for a BHCC OneCard from HIGHERone. These cards serve as official BHCC Student ID Cards and are now the only means for obtaining refunds for students not paying by credit card. Students who wish to obtain a BHCC OneCard must go to the library to have their photo taken.

  •        In order to receive a refund, students must first activate their BHCC OneCard from HIGHERone (www.bhcconecard.com). For assistance, please call 877-479-1731.

  •        If students have paid by credit card, the account will be credited automatically by the Student Payment Office.

  • Students wishing to obtain a BHCC OneCard for identification purposes should follow the directions above.

For further assistance with OneCard on the Bunker Hill Community College Campus, please call 617-228-2213.

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