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CSP-4000-A1Iphone/Ipad BasicsAvery County Campus04/01/201905/20/2019D. Staton0/20$65.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
AUT-3200-A1Small Engine RepairAvery County Campus01/28/201904/09/2019R. Huskins0/10$180.00This course is designed to provide the student with hands-on knowledge of engine rebuilding techniques to manufacturer's specifications. The student will learn how to completely disassemble engines and check for manufacturer's specifications and reassemble. Emphasis will be placed on the proper use of special tools and testing equipment. Upon completion students will be able to explain operating principles of engines, name major parts of engines, work safely in the shop, explain how force work and torque are related to horsepower, define horsepower, list and explain combustion chamber designs, properly run rack, time injectors, adjust values, and adjust governors.
ELC-3014-A1Electrical: Get Wired!Avery County Campus02/04/201902/19/2019J. Vaughn0/20$70.00This course prepares individuals for an entry level general maintenance position responsible for basic troubleshooting of electrically powered equipment. Topics include static electricity, Ohm's law, DC circuits, magnetism, alternating and direct currents, indicators, transformers, capacitors, and electronic components. Upon completion, students will have a basic understanding of electrical circuits and electronic logic.
CSP-4000-A1Self HypnosisAvery County Campus02/09/201902/16/2019D. Shelton0/20$60.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
CSP-4000-A2Car Maintenance for the NoviceAvery County Campus05/13/201905/23/2019R. Huskins0/10$75.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
CSP-4000-A2Clean Eating,whats It Good forAvery County Campus02/04/201902/04/20190/20$40.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
CSP-4000-A3Penny WhistleAvery County Campus04/08/201905/13/20190/20$55.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
CSP-4000-A4Dslr the Next Ste: Digital PhoAvery County Campus03/04/201904/15/2019T. Bush0/20$90.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
AHR-3131-A1Hvac Ii: NccerAvery County Campus01/15/201906/27/2019J. Smith0/20$343.20This program is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to become employed as a heating and air conditioning technician. Course topics focus on 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 calculation, troubleshooting using the various types of test equipment, servicing, repairing and installing components/entire systems and employment of customer service techniques.
CSP-4000-A3Pallet Furniture: Create a MasAvery County Campus04/29/201905/20/2019J. Vaughn0/10$80.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
MAT-3713-A1Mathematics for Carpentry & CoAvery County Campus03/05/201903/28/2019J. Vaughn0/20$70.00This course is designed for instructional areas related to basic workplace math skills.
CSP-4000-A5Codes for the Weekend BuilderAvery County Campus04/02/201904/25/2019J. Vaughn0/20$80.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
NUR-3235-A1Medical TerminologyAvery County Campus02/05/201905/28/2019T. Calvert0/20$70.00This course is an introduction to the study of the structure of medical words and terms. Emphasis is placed on spelling and defining commonly used prefixes, suffixes, root words, their combining forms, and body organization. Program content covers the basic human anatomy and physiology for all systems, laboratory medicine, pharmacology, elements of medical terms and names of major diseases, including terms used in physical exams, operative procedures and diagnosis.
CSP-4000-A6Fabulous Silk ScarvesAvery County Campus04/06/201904/06/2019K. Hageman0/20$60.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
CSP-4000-A7Medicine Cabinet MakeoverAvery County Campus04/27/201904/27/2019K. Hageman0/20$40.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
CSP-4000-A8Green Cleaning W/Essential OilAvery County Campus05/11/201905/11/2019K. Hageman0/20$45.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
WLD-3106-A1WeldingAvery County Campus01/22/201905/09/2019J. Thomas0/10$181.20This course provides instruction on the principles and practices of welding. Emphasis is on the blueprint reading, metallurgy, welding inspection, and destructive and non-destructive testing. Course content will be specific to a particular welding process such as SMAW (stick), GMAW (MIG), and GTAW (TIG). Upon completion, students will have the knowledge base to sit for various industry-specific certifications.
CSP-4000-A9WoodturningAvery County Campus04/01/201904/24/2019J. Vaughn0/20$100.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
PRC-3104-A1Blacksmithing: Fire ToolsAvery County Campus05/03/201905/05/2019D. Burtt0/15$90.00This course is designed to cover a specific heritage art such as pottery, basket weaving, fabric arts, wood turning, wood carving, jewelry making; as well as cover a specific skill level such as introductory, intermediate, or advanced levels. Course work will include discussion on the history and trends of the art, practice in selected heritage arts, and information to build and supply appropriate studios. Upon completion, students will be prepared to either advance to a higher skill level or to fabricate and market their goods.
CSP-4000-A10Concealed CarryAvery County Campus04/13/201904/13/2019D. Burtt0/5NACommunity Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
CSP-4000-A11Intro to HandgunAvery County Campus04/06/201904/06/2019D. Burtt0/20$65.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
PRC-3104-A2Plain & Decorative HooksAvery County Campus04/26/201904/28/2019D. Burtt0/15$70.00This course is designed to cover a specific heritage art such as pottery, basket weaving, fabric arts, wood turning, wood carving, jewelry making; as well as cover a specific skill level such as introductory, intermediate, or advanced levels. Course work will include discussion on the history and trends of the art, practice in selected heritage arts, and information to build and supply appropriate studios. Upon completion, students will be prepared to either advance to a higher skill level or to fabricate and market their goods.
CSP-4000-A4Chinese/Japanese PaintingAvery County Campus05/07/201906/25/20190/10$120.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
CSP-4000-A5Nurturing Mind & BodyAvery County Campus04/22/201906/10/2019T. Bush0/12$70.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
HOS-3070-A1Customer Service Gold: Tourism03/20/201903/20/2019B. Barnes0/15$110.00This course provides an overview of the hospitality and tourism industry. Topics include the history, career opportunities, economic impact, customer service, LEED/Green Hospitality, customer services, applied math, and the North Carolina Responsible Alcohol Seller Program (RASP). Upon completion, students will be prepared for entry level positions in hotels, restaurants and other customer service industry.
CSP-4000HQB-Y1Heritage Quilt BlockMountain Heritage High School01/08/201901/17/2019C. Edwards0/30$95.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual?s cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
ACC-3150-Y1Quickbooks for BeginnersYancey County Campus01/14/201902/20/2019M. Carpenter0/20$70.00This course provides an applied/practical approach to the operation of computerized general ledger system. Material covered will include accounts receivable, inventory management, sales invoicing, accounts payable, and cash management.
MNT-3111-Y1Manufacturing Tech IYancey County Campus01/15/201906/11/2019A. Ebernickel0/30$215.00This course covers the basic and technical skills needed to prepare student for advanced, high-performance manufacturing environment. Course topics may include safety, quality practices & measurement; manufacturing processes & production; maintenance awareness and green production.
ANS-3011-Y1Veterinary AssistingYancey County Campus01/10/201905/15/2019K. Wilson3/27$181.20This course is designed for instructional areas related to a veterinarian practice: 1) veterinary terminology, 2) anatomy and physiology, 3) animal behavior and communication, 4) grooming techniques, 5) proper handling and restraining of animals, 6) obtaining and handling specimens, 7) emergency care, and 8) office management in reference to medical records, charting, and detailed documentation may be included.
CSP-400084-Y1Charka Start At the RootYancey County Campus01/28/201901/28/2019M. Rohl0/20$55.00This course designation is to be used for all non occupational program offerings that are self-supported. All recreational courses must be coded CSP4000.
PRC-3104-Y1Build Your Own Shaving HorseYancey County Campus02/01/201902/03/20190/6$100.00This course is designed to cover a specific heritage art such as pottery, basket weaving, fabric arts, wood turning, wood carving, jewelry making; as well as cover a specific skill level such as introductory, intermediate, or advanced levels. Course work will include discussion on the history and trends of the art, practice in selected heritage arts, and information to build and supply appropriate studios. Upon completion, students will be prepared to either advance to a higher skill level or to fabricate and market their goods.
CSC-3110-Y1Programming MicrocontrollersYancey County Campus02/05/201903/12/2019J. Happer0/30$90.00This course is designed to introduce students to aspects of developing a computer program including the analysis, pseudo code, and flow chart of a desired problem in any appropriate language, correct and execute programs, apply effective programming techniques to prepare business reports, and create and maintain data files.
CSC-3110-Y2Physics of Cell Phones, InternYancey County Campus02/07/201903/14/2019J. Happer0/30$70.00This course is designed to introduce students to aspects of developing a computer program including the analysis, pseudo code, and flow chart of a desired problem in any appropriate language, correct and execute programs, apply effective programming techniques to prepare business reports, and create and maintain data files.
CSP-400084-Y2Embracing Life W/PassionYancey County Campus02/11/201902/11/2019M. Rohl0/30$55.00This course designation is to be used for all non occupational program offerings that are self-supported. All recreational courses must be coded CSP4000.
CSP-4000-Y1Huck EmbroideryYancey County Campus02/12/201902/19/20191/29$60.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
PRC-3104-Y2Welding Skills for the FarmYancey County Campus02/15/201902/24/20190/12$100.00This course is designed to cover a specific heritage art such as pottery, basket weaving, fabric arts, wood turning, wood carving, jewelry making; as well as cover a specific skill level such as introductory, intermediate, or advanced levels. Course work will include discussion on the history and trends of the art, practice in selected heritage arts, and information to build and supply appropriate studios. Upon completion, students will be prepared to either advance to a higher skill level or to fabricate and market their goods.
CSP-400029-Y1Top Bar BeekeepingYancey County Campus02/16/201902/17/2019C. Hemenway0/30$125.00Bee-Keeping (beginning)
CSP-400084-Y3Honoring the Power WithinYancey County Campus02/25/201902/25/2019M. Rohl0/30$55.00This course designation is to be used for all non occupational program offerings that are self-supported. All recreational courses must be coded CSP4000.
PRC-3104-Y3Artistic Metal WorkYancey County Campus03/01/201903/03/20190/12$100.00This course is designed to cover a specific heritage art such as pottery, basket weaving, fabric arts, wood turning, wood carving, jewelry making; as well as cover a specific skill level such as introductory, intermediate, or advanced levels. Course work will include discussion on the history and trends of the art, practice in selected heritage arts, and information to build and supply appropriate studios. Upon completion, students will be prepared to either advance to a higher skill level or to fabricate and market their goods.
CSP-400084-Y4Allowing Love to Lead the WayYancey County Campus03/04/201903/04/2019M. Rohl0/30$55.00This course designation is to be used for all non occupational program offerings that are self-supported. All recreational courses must be coded CSP4000.
CSP-4000SEW-Y1Sew EasyYancey County Campus03/07/201903/28/2019M. Robinson0/30$50.00Sew Easy
CSP-400060-Y1Nc Handgun Concealed WeaponYancey County Campus03/16/201903/16/2019B. Boone0/30$75.00NC Handgun Concealed Weapon
CSP-400084-Y5Expressing YourselfYancey County Campus03/18/201903/18/2019M. Rohl0/30$55.00This course designation is to be used for all non occupational program offerings that are self-supported. All recreational courses must be coded CSP4000.
CSP-4000-Y2Bushcraft KnivesYancey County Campus03/22/201903/24/2019P. Lundquist0/6$130.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
CSP-4000TEL-Y1Observations/Theories O/T UnivEnergy Exchange03/28/201904/11/2019J. Happer0/30$70.00Observational Astronomy
CSP-4000BDP-Y1Painting Your WayYancey County Campus04/04/201905/09/2019J. Larkins0/30$50.00beginning drawing and painting
CSP-400084-Y6Developing Insight/IntuitionYancey County Campus04/08/201904/08/2019M. Rohl0/30$55.00This course designation is to be used for all non occupational program offerings that are self-supported. All recreational courses must be coded CSP4000.
CSP-400024-Y1Self-HypnosisYancey County Campus04/13/201904/20/2019D. Shelton0/30$60.00This course designation is to be used for all non occupational program offerings that are self-supported. All recreational courses must be coded CSP4000.
CSP-400084-Y7Tapping Your Infinite PotentiaYancey County Campus04/22/201904/22/2019M. Rohl0/30$55.00This course designation is to be used for all non occupational program offerings that are self-supported. All recreational courses must be coded CSP4000.
CSP-4000-Y3Viking JewelryYancey County Campus04/26/201904/28/2019P. Lundquist0/12$130.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
CSP-400084-Y8Alkaline LivingYancey County Campus05/13/201905/13/2019M. Rohl0/30$55.00This course designation is to be used for all non occupational program offerings that are self-supported. All recreational courses must be coded CSP4000.
CSP-4000-Y1Forged SculptureYancey County Campus05/17/201905/19/2019P. Lundquist0/6$130.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
CSP-400084-Y1Self LoveYancey County Campus06/03/201906/03/2019M. Rohl0/30$55.00This course designation is to be used for all non occupational program offerings that are self-supported. All recreational courses must be coded CSP4000.
CSP-400084-Y2Law of AttractionYancey County Campus06/17/201906/17/2019M. Rohl0/30$55.00This course designation is to be used for all non occupational program offerings that are self-supported. All recreational courses must be coded CSP4000.
CSP-4000-Y4Commerical Drone Pilot TraininYancey County Campus04/02/201904/06/20190/30$500.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
MLA-3022-A1PhlebotomyAvery County Campus02/12/201905/21/2019M. Burleson1/19$194.20This course provides theory and clinical experiences needed for the proper collection of blood and other specimens used for diagnostic testing. Emphasis is placed on ethics, legalities, medical terminology, safety and universal precautions, health care delivery systems, patient relations, anatomy and physiology, and specimen collection. Upon completion, students should be able to safely perform procedures necessary for specimen collections on patients in various health care settings and may be eligible for national certification as phlebotomy technicians. Course may include a clinical component
MLA-3022-A2PhlebotomyAvery County Campus02/11/201905/16/2019M. Burleson0/20$194.20This course provides theory and clinical experiences needed for the proper collection of blood and other specimens used for diagnostic testing. Emphasis is placed on ethics, legalities, medical terminology, safety and universal precautions, health care delivery systems, patient relations, anatomy and physiology, and specimen collection. Upon completion, students should be able to safely perform procedures necessary for specimen collections on patients in various health care settings and may be eligible for national certification as phlebotomy technicians. Course may include a clinical component
ANS-3011-A1Veterinary AssistantAvery County Campus02/05/201906/08/20190/10$181.20This course is designed for instructional areas related to a veterinarian practice: 1) veterinary terminology, 2) anatomy and physiology, 3) animal behavior and communication, 4) grooming techniques, 5) proper handling and restraining of animals, 6) obtaining and handling specimens, 7) emergency care, and 8) office management in reference to medical records, charting, and detailed documentation may be included.
CAR-3112-A1Nccer CarpentryAvery County Campus06/03/201911/06/2019J. Vaughn0/10$376.14This course is designed to introduce elements of construction building trades. Safety, tools, carpentry, masonry, cabinetry, drywall, building codes and inspections, restoration, estimating, sustainability, supervisory functions, energy options and energy efficiency will be covered.
CSP-4000-A12Watercolor WorkshopAvery County Campus04/01/201904/12/20190/20$90.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
CSP-4000-Y5Amazon in Depth - ShoppingYancey County Campus03/04/201904/22/2019R. Byrd0/20$80.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
PHM-3250-A1Pharmacy TechnicianAvery County Campus02/05/201904/30/20190/20$324.83This course is designed to provide instruction in the technical procedures for preparing and dispensing drugs in the hospital and retail settings under supervision of a registered pharmacist. Topics include drug packaging and labeling, out-patient dispensing, hospital dispensing procedures, controlled substance procedures, inventory control, and non-sterile compounding. Upon completion, students should be able to perform basic supervised dispensing techniques in a variety of pharmacy settings.
MHT-3100-A1Mental Health TechnicianAvery County Campus05/28/201907/31/2019T. Waldrop0/20$330.00This course provides students with the knowledge, skills and abilities to work with individuals with mental health issues and developmental disabilities in a variety of settings including state facilities, group homes or individual living arrangements. The student will have the ability to work with the disabled person, providing training and health care support in an effective and ethical manner.
CAR-3108-A1Carpentry-Intro Part IIAvery County Campus06/03/201906/18/2019J. Vaughn0/20$70.00This course provides instruction related to the core skills used by carpenters in residential and commercial settings. Topics include safety, hand/power tool use, site preparation, measurement and layout, footings and foundations, construction framing, and other related topics. Upon completion, students should be able to construct, erect, install, or repair structures and fixtures made of wood, such as concrete forms; building frameworks, including partitions, joists, studding, and rafters; wood stairways, window and door frames, and hardwood floors.
NUR-3500-M2Nursing Faculty Module 1Main Campus01/11/201903/22/2019V. Caraway5/10$70.00This course is designed to provide competency-based knowledge, scientific principles, and/or hands-on fundamental skills related to the nurse's practice role and competency or learning needs. As a part of the license renewal process, nurses have five learning activity options to meet the requirements for Continued Competence
NUR-3500-M1Nursing Faculty Module 2Main Campus03/29/201906/07/2019V. Caraway5/10$70.00This course is designed to provide competency-based knowledge, scientific principles, and/or hands-on fundamental skills related to the nurse's practice role and competency or learning needs. As a part of the license renewal process, nurses have five learning activity options to meet the requirements for Continued Competence
GSM-3010-M1Basic GunsmithingMain Campus01/22/201902/28/2019M. McKinney0/15$70.00This course is designed to provide the student with the required skills needed to refurbish metal and wood as applicable to firearms, to diagnose malfunctions for repair, and to accomplish more complex custom gunsmithing tasks. Course work includes manufacturing of tools used in the gunsmithing trade, restoration of firearms, stock making barrel work, repair work and custom work.
AGR-3001-M1Basic BeekeepingMain Campus02/07/201903/28/2019R. Harty0/15$70.00This course is designed for instructional areas related to the aspects of sustainable agriculture: 1)animal production, 2) crop production, 3) pest management, and 4) soil management.
AUT-3129-M1Auto Safety InspectionMain Campus02/16/201902/16/2019C. Cook0/15$70.00This course is designed to meet the training and licensing requirements (initial and/or renewal) for the Vehicle Safety and On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) Emissions Inspection Program administered by the NC Division of Motor Vehicles, License and Theft Bureau. Upon completion, a student will understand the rules, regulations and procedures for conducting a vehicle safety and OBD emissions inspection; be able to inspect a vehicle properly; and be prepared to sit for the state certification exam.
CSP-4000-M1Auto Dealer Initial LicensingMain Campus04/03/201904/04/2019D. Mauk0/15$100.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
WLD-3106-M1Welding Skills for the FarmMain Campus02/21/201904/04/2019P. Dover0/15$101.20This course provides instruction on the principles and practices of welding. Emphasis is on the blueprint reading, metallurgy, welding inspection, and destructive and non-destructive testing. Course content will be specific to a particular welding process such as SMAW (stick), GMAW (MIG), and GTAW (TIG). Upon completion, students will have the knowledge base to sit for various industry-specific certifications.
AUT-3109-M1Auto Body Repair03/19/201904/04/2019R. Sparks0/15$70.00This course is designed to prepare the student for entry level positions in the Auto Body Repair Field. Students will be taught how to identify and describe the current types of body/frame construction; identify and describe the individual components of both conventional and unitized construction; evaluate vehicle damage through proper application of measuring and gauging equipment and sequencing techniques; identify and differentiate between the types of equipment available for making effective frame and underbody repairs; and return vehicle to pre-accident condition. Upon completion, students will have the knowledge base to perform hands-on repairs in the areas of non-structural and structural repairs, MIG welding, plastics and adhesives, refinishing, and other related areas.
CSP-4000-M3Auto Dealer License RenewalMain Campus04/05/201904/05/2019D. Mauk0/15$70.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
COS-3205-M1Microdermabration Cert.Main Campus04/12/201904/12/2019A. Ollis0/15$70.00This course is designed to provide continuing education hours required by the NC Board of Cosmetic Arts. Any course approved by the board may be selected, or a course may be submitted for approval to the board.
CSP-4000-M4Kayaking & River StewardshipMain Campus05/02/201905/03/2019C. Thrift0/15$185.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
CSP-4000-M5Hiking EssentialsMain Campus05/04/201905/06/2019C. Thrift0/15$35.00Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.
ELC-3016-M1Elec. Contr. License RenewalMain Campus03/23/201903/23/2019R. McDonald0/15$70.00The course is designed to provide electrical contractors with updated information on the latest changes in the National Electric Code, NC Electric Code, and local utility company requirements.
CJC-5020-A1L.E. Wilderness OperationsB.H. Corpening Training Facili01/28/201902/01/2019E. Wiseman0/20$125.00This course is designed to provide training in topics related to tactical preparation or response activities. Course topics may include, but are not limited to, situational shooting techniques, officer survival, responding to crimes in progress, electrical and hazardous devices, domestic violence intervention, impact weapons and procedures, diversionary tactics & distraction devices, subject control, critical incident management, firearms for private protective services, responding to civil disorders, chemical munitions, high risk entry techniques, special weapons and tactics, sniper training, high area protection, tracking, search and rescue, rapid deployment, rappelling, ballistic shields, armed prisoner transport, cell extraction, diver certification training for law enforcement, and tactical response for SWAT medics.

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