Enhance Your Career
Enhance your career with our job related programs. Be able to demonstrate your proficiency in safety protocols, OSHA requirements, barrier precautions, and more.
#6377: Jan. 14 (W), 1-4 p.m., CARN 123, $30
#6378: Mar. 25 (W), 1-4 p.m., CARN 123, $30
#6379: May 6 (W), 1-4 p.m., CARN 123, $30
New York State law requires that persons licensed in identified health professions who practice in NYS must complete approved course work or training regarding infection control every four years to meet their licensing requirements.
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
#6304: Feb. 2-Mar. 26 (M/R), 6-8:30 p.m., CARN 123, $299
Six Sigma and Lean are important because they help to reduce costs and eliminate unproductive steps to streamline processes. The structured methodologies in Lean Six Sigma will create an environment for improving productivity, efficiency and continuous improvement for your business. This intensive course will prepare you for the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Examination.
Hazard Assessment Training Program
#6348: Mar. 2 (M), 8 a.m.-5 p.m., CARN 120, $225
#6349: Apr. 20 (M), 8 a.m.-5 p.m., CARN Multi-B, $225
This eight-hour program provides employers and employees the ability to identify and recognize existing and potential hazards in the workplace. A variety of topics covered include: safety management, safety assessments, accident investigation, and employee safety training.
OSHA Update Seminar
#6351: Mar. 13 (F), 9 a.m.-noon, CARN Theatre, $5
OSHA regulatory requirements impact every business, large and small. JCC hosts Gordon DeLeys, OSHA compliance assistance specialist, U.S. Department of Labor, to provide an overview of important information to address OSHA and safety requirements. This OSHA update seminar assists area businesses to stay up-to-date on current trends and changes to OSHA regulations. Attendees can expect to learn about new and emerging OSHA regulations, elements of an effective safety and health management system, OSHA record keeping, recent cases, and tips to effectively navigate and utilize the OSHA website.
Safety Program Development
#6350: Mar. 18 (W), 8 a.m.-5 p.m., CARN 120, $225
This program assists companies in establishing a safety program, safety process to comply with OSHA safety inspection processes. Items addressed include: commitment, involvement, responsibilities, authority, hazard assessment, accident prevention, and training issues. Participants actively partake in the development of their facility’s safety program. The safety instructor serves as a mentor to the evolving written safety program.
#6334: Mar. 16 (M), 9 a.m.-noon, CARN 123, $80
This seminar prepares individuals for the NYS test and provides a comprehensive view of the notary public office. Confusing laws, concepts, and procedures are clarified in plain English. Examples are provided to illuminate situations that the officer is likely to encounter such as avoiding conflicts of interest, maintaining professional ethics and much more. Tuition includes text.
Business Basics Workshop
#6506: Feb. 12 (R), 10 a.m.-noon, CARN 120, $20
Do you have a dream to begin and be successful in your own business? Help is available! This two-hour class will give you some essential information and guidance. Learn about available resources. Start with tips to evaluate the feasibility of your idea and explore financing options, marketing, record keeping and more!
Pre-Collegiate Math I
#6328: Jan. 26-Mar. 13 (M/W/F), 9-10:30 a.m., CARN 123, $59
Mathematical problems can be confusing and scary if you don't know how to complete them properly. Increase your understanding of basic math concepts and operations. Your newly developed math skills will help build your confidence, prepare you for an entry-level college math course, or may even advance your career development.
Pre-Collegiate Math II
#6329: Apr. 6-May 20 (M/W/F), 9-10:30 a.m., CARN 123, $59
The mathematical skills that you developed in Level I has prepared you for this next level. You will learn how to solve higher-level math problems than you ever thought possible. Students who successfully complete this class will have developed skills to test higher in the JCC placement test.
Pre-Collegiate Reading and Writing I
#6330: Jan. 20-Mar. 19 (T/R), 9:30-11 a.m., CARN 123, $59
This Level I course will introduce you to the basic skill level necessary for reading comprehension. You will reinforce skills to identify topics, main ideas and details, the author's purpose, along with strengthening vocabulary. Students will focus on basic writing skills needed for response papers and summaries by using essential study strategies.
Pre-Collegiate Reading and Writing II
#6331: Apr. 7-May 21 (T/R), 9:30-11 a.m., CARN 123, $59
This course will be a continuation of reading and writing topics taught in Level I. Additional skills of reinforcement will include inferences, critical reading skills, and textbook reading strategies. Students will take a pre-test and post-test for this course.