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ECC-Washington: Summer 2012
ECC-Washington : Summer 2012

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NOTE: Fees, Times, Days and Instructors are subject to change without notice.
COURSE TITLE CR ENRL ROOM LOCATION TIME DAY INSTR FEES

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CE0100  ITW19
9409
Excel 2 0.00 8/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-09:00PM T Gibbs
Rieger,J
$105.00
06/05/12-07/10/12
The advanced features of Excel will be explored in this course. Through lectures, demonstrations, textbook exercises and hands on experience the student will learn how to manage large worksheets and workbooks, graphics, tables, and templates. Textbook available at the ECC bookstore. Prerequisite: Intro to Excel. Class will not meet on July 3rd.
 
CE0200  MACW1
9407
Machining Essentials 0.00 10/15 ECWA_E10 ECC-Washington 08:00AM-01:30PM MTWTH Elliott,C
Pettet,G
$2630.00
06/04/12-08/17/12
This non-credit program covering introductory machining skills will provide students with a foundation of machine tool skills related to the industry. This class will cover basic knowledge in the areas of blueprint reading, machine tool operations, and the foundation of CNC operations. As students progress through the classes they will be introduced to the National Institute of Metal Working Skills (NIMS) and go through the NIMS credentialing process. Machine tool students will earn credentials in measurement, materials and safety as well as job planning, bench work and layout. The CNC class involves credentials in CNC turning and milling. The short-term program will also include Work Readiness Certification and introduce participants to critical interpersonal skills required in today's workplaces. Students will complete the WorkKeys assessments to measure real world skills that employers believe are critical to job success. Web based remediation tools and classroom instruction will be provided to ensure success. Individuals who successfully complete this non-credit offering would be eligible to be awarded up to 10 credit hours through a credit by examination process. The normal credit hour fee would be incurred.
 
CE0200  PAAU1
9800
Work-Place Essentials 0.00 11/20 ECWA_333 ECC-Washington 06:00PM-09:00PM MWF Bellis,R
Witte,S
$1750.00
04/30/12-07/13/12
This non-credit program is designed to prepare individuals for today's job market by exposing them to a wide variety of skills and resources necessary to become efficient and professional. The program will include software basics and skills reflective of a seasoned professional. Participants will learn or upgrade their skills in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access. Students will also be exposed to ethics, problem solving, communication, customer service, business and report writing, file management and interviewing. Through the review of case studies and hands-on applications, students will reinforce lessons and learn to apply practical knowledge to everyday situations. This program will give students the know-how to complete tasks and expose them to multiple resources available to enhance job performance. Instructor: Robin Bellis
 
CE0600  HOBW1
9310
Camp Shutterbug 0.00 7/12 ECWA_E13 ECC-Washington 09:00AM-12:00PM MTW Bowman
Rieger,J
$65.00
06/11/12-06/13/12
In this fun photography class, campers will learn the basic functions of a digital camera and how to use the different modes based on the subject and the light conditions. We will touch upon basic composition rules, finding a vantage point of view, selecting a good background for your subject and shooting from different perspectives. Then, we will go on a photo walk to practice what we have learned. We will photograph a little bit of everything: people, "things", and places. Last, but not least, we will go back to the classroom and review the images we took, identifying things that make them good and the areas that can be improved.Photography is all about experimenting, and the goal of this class will be to point the participants in the right direction. Campers will need to bring digital cameras and the camera's USB cable. Ages 8 to 12
 
CE0600  HOBW2
9313
Become a "HAM"ster! 0.00 14/35 ECWA_E13 ECC-Washington 06:00PM-09:00PM W Elliott,C
Rieger,J
$55.00
06/13/12-07/25/12
This camp will teach you all about HAM radios and help your earn your Technician Class License.With a Technician Class license, you will have all ham radio privileges above 30 MHz. These privileges include the very popular 2-meter band. Many Technician licensees enjoy using small (2 meter) hand-held radios to stay in touch with other hams in their area. Technicians may operate FM voice, digital packet (computers), television, single-sideband voice and several other interesting modes. You can even make international radio contacts via satellites, using relatively simple station equipment. Technician licensees now also have additional privileges on certain HF frequencies. Technicians may also operate on the 80, 40 and 15 meter bands using CW, and on the 10 meter band using CW, voice and digital modes. The FCC Technician License exam covers basic regulations, operating practices and electronics theory, with a focus on VHF and UHF applications. You will need to bring a form of id to the exam. (S.S. card or Driver's License.) Ages 8 years old and up
 
CE0600  ITW1
9326
Become Kid Computer Geek 0.00 8/15 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 09:00AM-12:00PM MTWTH Kuddes
Rieger,J
$65.00
06/04/12-06/07/12
Can you record and change your voice to sound like a monster? Can you create your very own movie? Do you think it would be cool to have a video scrapbook? Want to wow your teacher with graphs, surveys and presentations that you can create online? Then become a KCG. We will learn to do all of this and more and the best part is we will do this using free software and more. Ages 9 - 12
 

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IE1323  W7
9700
Wastewater Treatment Oper 3.00 5/20 ECWA_E7 ECC-Washington 05:00PM-07:50PM MW Zimmermann,J $45.00
 
 
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