Noncredit Course Descriptions

XABE0500A Foundations of Math
Provides instruction in fundamental mathematics: place value, how to represent numbers and mathematical symbols, how to compare numbers and relate basic arithmetic operations to each other, how to perform addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers. Offers practice in solving single-step and multi-step word problems, life skill and workplace problems with tables, charts, and graphs, measurement and data analysis, estimation and rounding of numbers, using whole numbers and how to calculate averages. Prerequisites: 1. Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; 2. Completion of one of the following: A. BASIS/CASAS Math score of 215 or lower or (205 or lower), B. Instructor recommendation
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XABE0500B Foundations of Reading
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials and classes. Applies skills to work, family and community roles. Prerequisites: 1. Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; 2. CASAS Reading score below 215; 3. Referral by an ESL instructor.
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XABE0502A ABE/GED Orientation
Helps prospective students become familiar and comfortable with the ABE-GED Program. Assists students in setting realistic educational and personal goals. Determines students' present skill levels in reading, math, and writing. Assigns students to an instructional team or refers students to a more appropriate placement. Prerequisites: 16 and 17 year old students must have a high school release.
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XABE0502B Foundations of Writing
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic writing. Prepares students for entry into ABE level materials. Applies skills to work, family, and community roles. Prerequisites: 1. Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation.; 2. CASAS Writing score of 0-29
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XABE0516A Preparing for US Citizenship
Provides limited English-speaking students with information and practice to assist with passing the Naturalization Examination given by the United States Department of Homeland Security, US Citizenship and Immigration Services. Prerequisite: CASAS Reading Scoe of 225; students need to have attended ESL or ABE/GED orientation.
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XABE0517A Academic Skills Review
Offers skills development designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts reading, language arts writing, science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill development and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, and writing. Introduces college resources and strategies to help students achieve personal goals and to transition into college and/or career programs. Prerequisites: Completion of XABE0502A, ABE/GED orientation.
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XABE0517B Academic Skills Review
Prepares students to complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts-reading, language arts-writing, science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill development and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, and writing. Introduces college resources and strategies to help students achieve personal goals and to transition into college and/or career programs. Prerequisites: Completion of ABE/GED orientation
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XABE0517C Academic Skills Review
Prepares students to complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts-reading, language arts-writing, science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill development and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, and writing. Introduces college resources and strategies to help students achieve personal goals and to transition into college and/or career programs. Prerequisites: Completion of ABE/GED orientation
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XABE0517D Life & Career Skills/Spanish
Covers skill development to assist Adult Basic Education and GED students to achieve their life and career goals as workers, family members, citizens, and learners. Integrates basic skills in Spanish GED content instruction and learning to learn skills. Offered as needed
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XABE0517E Math Fundamentals
Provides instruction in fundamental mathematics: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents and proportions. Offers practice in solving single-step and multi-step word and life skill problems, estimation and rounding of numbers. Offered as needed
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XABE0517F Foundations of Math
Provides instruction in fundamental mathematics: place value, how to represent numbers and mathematical symbols, how to compare numbers and relate basic arithmetic operations to each other, how to perform addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers. Offers practice in solving single-step and multi-step word problems; life skill and workplace problems with tables, charts, and graphs; measurement and data analysis; estimation and rounding of numbers; and using whole numbers to calculate averages. Offered as needed
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XABE0517G Foundations of Writing
Presents individualized development designed to build basic writing skills. Prepares students for entry into ABE level materials. Applies skills to work, family, and community roles. Offered as needed
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XABE0517H Foundations of Reading
Presents individualized development designed to build basic reading skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials and classes. Applies skills to work, family, and community roles. Offered as needed
0 Dev Ed

XABE0517J Academic Skills Review/Spanish
Presents skills development to prepare students to successfully complete the Spanish GED examinations in five areas: mathematics, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill development and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, and writing. Introduces college resources and strategies to help students achieve personal goals and transition into college and/or career programs. Offered as needed
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XABE0517K Structured Write/ABE
Explains and applies specific writing strategies, grammatical structures, and correct punctuation for pre-college or pre-GED students. Compares and contrasts simple, compound, and complex sentences in the composition of clear paragraphs, letters, and short essays. Offered as needed
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XABE0790A Life & Career Skills
Covers skill development to assist Adult Basic Education and GED students to achieve their life and career goals as workers, family members, citizens and learners. Integrates basic skills and GED content instruction and learning to learn skills. Offered as needed
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XABE0790B Life & Career Skills
Covers skill development to assist Adult Basic Education and GED students to achieve their life and career goals as workers, family members, citizens and learners. Integrates basic skills and GED content instruction and learning to learn skills. Offered as needed
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XABE0790C Life & Career Skills
Covers skill development to assist Adult Basic Education and GED students to achieve their life and career goals as workers, family members, citizens and learners. Integrates basic skills and GED content instruction and learning to learn skills. Offered as needed
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XABE0790D Life & Career Skills
Covers skill development to assist Adult Basic Education and GED students to achieve their life and career goals as workers, family members, citizens and learners. Integrates basic skills and GED content instruction and learning to learn skills. Offered as needed
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XABE0790E Computer Comfort
Offers an overview of introductory computer skills for students who are first-time computer users. Introduces students to being comfortable at a workstation; using correct posture; controlling the mouse; using drop-down menus; accessing the Internet; using email; creating, editing, and printing simple word processing files. Builds on self-paced assignments that prepare students to take entry-level keyboarding classes. Offered as needed
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XABE0790F Computer Comfort
Offers an overview of introductory computer skills for students who are first-time computer users. Introduces students to being comfortable at a workstation; using correct posture; controlling the mouse; using drop-down menus; accessing the Internet; using email; creating, editing, and printing simple word processing files. Builds on self-paced assignments that prepare students to take entry-level keyboarding classes. Offered as needed
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XABE0790G Math Fundamentals
Provides instruction in fundamental mathematics: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents and proportions. Offers practice in solving single-step and multi-step word problems, estimation and rounding of numbers.
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XABE0790H Math Fundamentals
Provides instruction in fundamental mathematics: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents and proportions. Offers practice in solving single-step and multi-step word problems, estimation and rounding of numbers.
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XABE0790J Math Fundamentals
Provides instruction in fundamental mathematics: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, and proportions. Offers practice in solving single-step and multi-step word problems, estimation and rounding of numbers. Prerequisite: 1. Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; 2. Completion of one of the following: a) CASAS Math score of 224 or lower, or b) instructor recommendation
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XABE0790K Math Fundamentals
Provides instruction in fundamental mathematics: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, and proportions. Offers practice in solving single-step and multi-step word problems, estimation and rounding of numbers. Prerequisite: 1. Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; 2. Completion of one of the following: a) CASAS Math score of 224 or lower, or b) instructor recommendation
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XABE0790L Basic Geometry
Covers basic geometry for students who are planning to take the GED Math Test. Content is applied to real life problems. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED orientation; completion of one of the following: BASIS/CASAS math score of 225 or higher or completion of math fundamentals or instructor recommendation.
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XABE0790N Basic Algebra
Surveys basic algebraic concepts, including number line, exponents, square roots, order of operations, expressions and equations. Prepares students to complete the algebra portion of the GED Mathematics Test. Prerequisite: 1. Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; 2. Completion of one of the following: a) BASIS/CASAS Math score of 225 or higher, or b) completion of Math Fundamentals, or c) instructor recommendation
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XABE0790Q Mathematics Review
Covers basic math skills for students who are planning to take the GED Mathematics Test. Analyzes problems and applies math knowledge to real life situations and work problems. Prerequisites: 1. Completion of ABE/GED Orientation; 2. Completion of one of the following: A. CASAS Math score of 225 or higher or, B. Completion of Math Fundamentals or, C. Instructor recommendation
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XABE0790R Mathematics Review
Covers basic math skills for students who are planning to take the GED Mathematics Test. Analyzes problems and applies math knowledge to real life situations and work problems. Prerequisites: 1. Completion of ABE/GED Orientation; 2. Completion of one of the following: A. CASAS Math score of 225 or higher or, B. Completion of Math Fundamentals or, C. Instructor recommendation
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XABE0790S Reading Skills 1/ABE
Develops basic reading skills and strategies for pre-college and pre-GED students through the analysis and evaluation of short stories, articles, poems, and essays related to family life, diverse cultures, the workplace, and literature. Prerequisites: 1. Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; 2. Completion of one of the following: A. CASAS Reading scores between 215 and 234 or, B. Instructor recommendation
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XABE0790U Reading Skills 2/ABE
Develops intermediate level reading skills and strategies for pre-college and pre-GED students in the subject areas of social studies, science and language arts reading. Prerequisites: 1. Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; 2. Completion of one of the following: A. CASAS Reading score of 235 or higher or, B. Completion of Reading Skills I or, C. Instructor recommendation
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XABE0790W Read Skills-Lit/Art
Adult Basic Ed (non-cr)
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XABE0790X Read Skills-Lit/Art
Develops pre-GED and GED level reading skills and strategies to enable students to complete the GED Literature and the Arts examination.
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XABE0790Y Read Skills-Sciences
Develops pre-GED and GED level reading skills and strategies to prepare students to complete the GED Science examination. Provides an overview of earth and life science, chemistry and physics. Students analyze articles related to science and interpret data from graphs, tables and charts.
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XABE0790Z Read Skills-Sciences
Develops pre-GED and GED level reading skills and strategies to prepare students to complete the GED Science examination. Provides an overview of earth and life science, chemistry and physics. Students analyze articles related to science and interpret data from graphs, tables and charts.
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XABE0791A Read Skills-Social Science
Introduces pre-GED and GED students to an overview of geography, economics, American history, political science and behavioral sciences. Develops reading skills and strategies to prepare students for the GED Social Studies Test. Includes articles related to the social sciences, and interprets data from maps, graphs, tables and charts.
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XABE0791B Read Skills-Social Science
Introduces pre-GED and GED students to an overview of geography, economics, American history, political science and behavioral sciences. Develops reading skills and strategies to prepare students for the GED Social Studies Test. Includes articles related to the social sciences, and interprets data from maps, graphs, tables and charts.
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XABE0791C Write-Spell Patterns/ABE
Introduces beginning writers to personal communication and survival writing through the study of predictable English language patterns. Integrates spelling, reading and writing. Emphasized sentence writing. Includes the composition of paragraphs and personal and business letters using correct usage, mechanics and spelling.
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XABE0791D Write-Spell Patterns/ABE
Introduces beginning writers to personal communication and survival writing through the study of predictable English language patterns. Integrates spelling, reading and writing. Emphasized sentence writing. Includes the composition of paragraphs and personal and business letters using correct usage, mechanics and spelling.
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XABE0791E Structured Write/ABE
Explains and applies specific writing strategies, grammatical structures and correct punctuation for pre-college or pre-GED students. Compares and contrasts simple, compound and complex sentences in the composition of clear paragraphs, letters, and short essays. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; and BASIS/CASAS writing score of 3 or below, or instructor recommendation. Offered as needed
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XABE0791F Structured Write/ABE
Explains and applies specific writing strategies, grammatical structures and correct punctuation for pre-college or pre-GED students. Compares and contrasts simple, compound and complex sentences in the composition of clear paragraphs, letters, and short essays. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; and BASIS/CASAS writing score of 3 or below, or instructor recommendation. Offered as needed
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XABE0791G Basic Write/Spell Patterns
Introduces beginning writers to personal communication and survival writing. Explains and applies specific writing strategies, grammatical structures, mechanics and spelling for pre-college and pre-GED students. Integrates spelling, reading and writing by emphasizing predictable English language patterns. Includes composing sentences, paragraphs and personal and business letters.
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XABE0791H Basic Write/Spell Patterns
Introduces beginning writers to personal communication and survival writing. Explains and applies specific writing strategies, grammatical structures, mechanics and spelling for pre-college and pre-GED students. Integrates spelling, reading and writing by emphasizing predictable English language patterns. Includes composing sentences, paragraphs and personal and business letters.
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XABE0791J Developing Writing
Introduces the five-step writing process and grammar skills. Includes practice and application. Prerequisites: 1. Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; 2. Completion of one of the following: A. Internal Writing Assessment score of 21-30 or below or, B. Instructor recommendation
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XABE0791L Developing Writing
Introduces the five-step writing process and applies it to types of writing styles. Includes practice and application to create clearer distinctions between two courses.
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XABE0791M Developing Writing
Introduces the five-step writing process and applies it to types of writing styles. Includes practice and application to create clearer distinctions between two courses.
0 Dev Ed

XABE0792G ABE Facilitated Study
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family, and community roles.
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XABE0792H ABE Facilitated Study
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family, and community roles.
0 Dev Ed

XABE0792P ABE Facilitated Study
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family, and community roles.
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XABE0792Q ABE Facilitated Study
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family, and community roles.
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XABE0793A ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0793B ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
0 Dev Ed

XABE0793C ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0793D ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0793E ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0793F ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0793G ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0793H ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0793J ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0793K ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0793L ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0793M ABE Skills Lab
Pre-GED preparation materials including printed texts, computers, and videos will be available for use.
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XABE0793N ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0793P ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0793Q ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
0 Dev Ed

XABE0793R ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0793S ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0793U ABE Skills Lab
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0793V ABE Level A/15
Presents individualized skill development designed to build basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Prepares students for entry into GED level materials. Students will apply skills to work, family and community roles.
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XABE0796C ABE/GED Orientation
Helps prospective students become familiar and comfortable with the ABE-GED Program. Assists students in setting realistic educational and personal goals. Determines students' present skill levels in reading, math, and writing. Assigns students to an instructional team or refers students to a more appropriate placement. Prerequisite: 16 and 17 year old student must have a high school release.
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XABE0796D Reading Skills 1/ABE
Develops basic reading skills and strategies for pre-college and pre-GED students through the analysis and evaluation of short stories, articles, poems, and essays related to family life, diverse cultures, the workplace, and literature.
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XABE0902A Special Education/DD Adults
This course is specifically contracted by the program director and the co-sponsoring agency. It is designed to assist students who are developmentally disabled. An individualized educational plan (IEP) is written for each student. Students will receive developmental skill instruction in specific skill areas of learning strategies, functional literacy, functional numeracy, and community participation. Diagnostic assessment will determine students' strengths, weaknesses, and specific learning needs. Prerequisite: Students must be diagnosed as developmentally disabled through testing by a certified diagnostician.
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XACT0001A Academic Transitions Test Fees
Academic Transitions (non-cr)
0 Dev Ed

XACT0001B Acad. Trans. Program Fees
Academic Transitions (non-cr)
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XACT0001C Acad Trans OPT Fees
Academic Transitions (non-cr)
0 Dev Ed

XACT0001D Acad Trans GED Prac Tests: All
Academic Transitions (non-cr)
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XACT0001E GED Math Practice Test
Academic Transitions (non-cr)
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XACT0001F GED Reading Practice Test
Academic Transitions (non-cr)
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XACT0001G GED Writing Practice Test
Academic Transitions (non-cr)
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XACT0001H GED Science Practice Test
Academic Transitions (non-cr)
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XACT0001J GED Soc Stud Practice Test
Academic Transitions (non-cr)
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XACT1010C GED Acad Prep: Acad Trans
Supplements instruction for students enrolled in Academic Transitions courses (ABE/GED, ESOL, Reading and Study Skills, Developmental Writing, and Foundational Community Educations) basic skill courses. Offers supplemental instruction in math, reading, writing, and transitional resources to assist in exploring college programs and resources and career options. Emphasizes technology skills relevant to college success and introduces college resources and strategies to achieve personal goals and to transition successfully into college and/or career programs. Prerequisite: Co-enrollment in Academic Transitions Department courses. Offered as needed
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XACT1020D GED Acad Prep: Acad Review
Offers skills development designed as supplemental instruction to prepare students to successfully complete Academic Transitions courses. Emphasizes skill development and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, and writing. Introduces college resources and strategies to help students achieve personal goals and transition into college and/or career programs. Offered as needed
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XACT1105C GED Acad Prep: Int Reading 1
Develops basic reading skills and strategies for pre-college and pre-GED students through the analysis and exploration of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors; prepares students for the demands of entry-level college reading. Prerequisite: CASAS Reading Assessment of 215-235; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
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XACT1105D GED Acad Prep: Int Reading 1
Develops basic reading skills and strategies for pre-college and pre-GED students through the analysis and exploration of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors; and prepares students for the demands of entry-level college reading. Offers extended opportunities to apply these skills in class. Offered as needed
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XACT1106C GED Acad Prep: Int Reading 2
Develops basic reading skills and strategies for pre-college and pre-GED students to transition into Advanced Reading classes through the analysis and exploration of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors; prepares students for the eventual demands of entry-level college reading. Prerequisite: GED Academic Preparation Intermediate Reading 1 with grade C or better; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
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XACT1106D GED Acad Prep: Int Reading 2
Develops basic reading skills and strategies for pre-college and pre-GED students to transition into advanced reading courses through the analysis and exploration of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors; and prepares students for the eventual demands of entry-level college reading. Provides extended opportunities to apply these skills in class. Offered as needed
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XACT1107C GED Acad Prep: Adv Reading 1
Prepares student to take the GED Reading, Social Studies, and Science tests. Explores a variety of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Prepares students for the demands of entry-level college reading. Prerequisite: CASAS Reading Assessment of 236 or higher; or Academic Preparation-Intermediate Reading 2 or ESOL Academic Preparation-Intermediate Reading 2, either with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
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XACT1107D GED Acad Prep: Adv Reading 1
Prepares students to take the GED Reading, Social Studies, and Science tests. Explores a variety of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Prepares students for the demands of entry-level college reading. Provides extended opportunities to apply these skills in class. Offered as needed
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XACT1108C GED Acad Prep: Adv Reading 2
Prepares student to take the GED Reading, Social Studies, and Science tests. Continues the exploration of a variety of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Continues the preparation of students for the demands of entry-level college reading. Prerequisite: GED Academic Preparation-Advanced Reading 1 with grade C or better; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
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XACT1108D GED Acad Prep: Adv Reading 2
Prepares students to take the GED Reading, Social Studies, and Science tests. Continues the exploration of a variety of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Continues the preparation of students for the demands of entry-level college reading. Provides extended opportunities to apply these skills in class. Offered as needed
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XACT1205C GED Acad Prep: Int Writing 1
Develops basic writing skills and strategies for pre-college and pre-GED students through the analysis and exploration of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Prepares students for the demands of entry-level college and workplace writing. Prerequisite: CASAS Reading Assessment of 215-235; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
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XACT1205D GED Acad Prep: Int Writing 1
Develops basic writing skills and strategies for pre-college and pre-GED students through the analysis and exploration of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Prepares students for the demands of entry-level college and workplace writing. Provides extended opportunities to apply these skills in class. Offered as needed
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XACT1206C GED Acad Prep: Int Writing 2
Develops basic writing skills and strategies for pre-college and pre-GED students through the analysis and exploration of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Prepares students for the demands of entry-level college and workplace writing. Prerequisite: GED Academic Preparation-Intermediate Writing 1; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
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XACT1206D GED Acad Prep: Int Writing 2
Develops basic writing skills and strategies for pre-college and pre-GED students through the analysis and exploration of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Prepares students for the demands of entry-level college and workplace writing. Provides extended opportunities to apply these skills in class. Offered as needed
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XACT1207C GED Acad Prep: Adv Writing 1
Develops writing skills and strategies for college and GED students through the analysis and exploration of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Prepares students for the demands of college and workplace writing. Prerequisite: CASAS Reading Assessment of 236 or higher; or GED Academic Preparation-Intermediate Writing 2 or ESOL Academic Preparation-Intermediate Math 2, either with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
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XACT1207D GED Acad Prep: Adv Writing 1
Develops writing skills and strategies for college and GED students through the analysis and exploration of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Prepares students for the demands of college and workplace writing. Provides extended opportunities to apply these skills in class. Offered as needed
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XACT1208C GED Acad Prep: Adv Writing 2
Develops writing skills and strategies for college and GED students through the analysis and exploration of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Prepares students for the demands of college and workplace writing. Prerequisite: GED Academic Preparation - Advanced Writing 1 with a grade C or better; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
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XACT1208D GED Acad Prep: Adv Writing 2
Develops writing skills and strategies for college and GED students through the analysis and exploration of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Prepares students for the demands of college and workplace writing. Provides extended opportunities to apply these skills in class. Offered as needed
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XACT1305C GED Acad Prep: Int Math 1
Prepares students to take the GED Math pre-test. Explores how math is used in professional and technical careers. Emphasizes problem solving and practical applications related to real world experiences. Prerequisite: CASAS Math Assessment of 205-224; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
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XACT1305D GED Acad Prep: Int Math 1
Prepares students to take the GED Math pre-test. Explores how math is used in professional and technical careers. Emphasizes problem solving and practical applications related to real world experiences. Provided extended opportunities to apply these skills in class. Offered as needed
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XACT1306C GED Acad Prep: Int Math 2
Prepares students to pass the GED Math pre-test. Explores how math is used in professional and technical careers. Emphasizes problem solving and practical applications related to real world experiences. Prerequisite: GED Academic Preparation Intermediate Math 1 with grade C or better; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
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XACT1306D GED Acad Prep: Int Math 2
Prepares students to take the GED Math pre-test. Explores how math is used in professional and technical careers. Emphasizes problem solving and practical applications related to real world experiences. Provides extended opportunities to apply these skills in class. Offered as needed
0 Dev Ed

XACT1307C GED Acad Prep: Adv Math 1
Prepares student to take the GED Math test. Explores a variety of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Prepares students for the demands of entry-level college math. Prerequisite: CASAS Math Assessment of 225 or higher; or GED Academic Preparation Intermediate Math 2 or ESOL Academic Preparation Intermediate Math 2, either with grade C or better; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
0 Dev Ed

XACT1307D GED Acad Prep: Adv Math 1
Prepares students to take the GED Math test. Explores a variety of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Prepares students for the demands of entry-level college math. Provides extended opportunities to apply these skills in class. Offered as needed
0 Dev Ed

XACT1308C GED Acad Prep: Adv Math 2
Prepares student to pass the GED Math test. Explores a variety of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Prepares students for the demands of entry-level college math. Prerequisite: GED Academic Preparation Advanced Math 1 with grade C or better; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
0 Dev Ed

XACT1308D GED Acad Prep: Adv Math 2
Prepares students to take the GED Math test. Explores a variety of occupational information in high-demand, high-wage job sectors. Prepares students for the demands of entry-level college math. Provides extended opportunities to apply these skills in class. Offered as needed
0 Dev Ed

XACT1810C GED Acad Prep: College/Career
Focuses specifically on preparing Academic Transitions students to enter college, training programs, and high-demand career areas. Offers occupational information, college and training programs, strategies for accessing and understanding information, and support in putting together a personal plan. Prerequisite: CASAS Reading Assessment with a minimum score of 215, or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
0 Dev Ed

XACT1820C GED Acad Prep: Current Events
Introduces students to an overview of current events related to geography, world and American history, economics, and civics and government. Develops reading skills and strategies to assist students in preparing for the GED Social Studies Test and to read for information in current newspapers and other news media. Includes articles related to current events and the social sciences, and focuses on the interpretation of data from maps, graphs, tables and charts. Prerequisite: CASAS Reading Assessment with a minimum score of 215, or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
0 Dev Ed

XACT3103C GED Acd Fnd: Beg Fndtns of Rdg
Introduces basic strategies to improve reading skills and build vocabulary through non-fiction reading materials and workplace documents, as well as social studies topics in history, civics and government, geography, world history, and economics, using maps, graphs, table, and charts. Focuses on reading for meaning with pre-reading techniques, finding main ideas and supporting details, skimming and scanning strategies, and prediction skills. Offered as needed
0 Dev Ed

XACT3104C GED Acd Fnd: Fndtns of Reading
Offers strategies to improve reading skills and build vocabulary skills through non-fiction, workplace reading, and science topics related to life science, earth and space science, basic chemistry, and basic physics. Focuses on reading for meaning through pre-reading strategies, identifying main idea and supporting details, using context clues, making inferences, drawing conclusions, and test-taking strategies. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Beginning Foundations of Reading; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed
0 Dev Ed

XACT3203C GED Acd Fnd: Beg Fnd Writing
Builds basic writing skills to prepare students to enter Academic Transitions pre-bridge courses or to enter college basic writing courses; focuses on clear sentence writing, basic grammar and usage, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling, as well as life skills and workplace writing tasks. Offered as needed
0 Dev Ed

XACT3204C GED Acd Fnd: Fndtns of Writing
Continues to improve foundational writing skills to prepare students to enter Academic Transitions pre-bridge courses or to enter college basic writing courses; focuses on writing clear and complete sentences and brief paragraphs with correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling; integrates life skills and workplace writing tasks throughout the course. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Beginning Foundations of Writing; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed
0 Dev Ed

XACT3303C GED Acd Fnd: Beg Fnd of Math
Provides instruction in fundamental mathematics: place value, representation of numbers and mathematical symbols, comparison of numbers, basic arithmetic operations including the performance of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers. Offers practice in solving single-step and multi-step word problems; life-skill and workplace problems with tables, charts, and graphs. Offered as needed
0 Dev Ed

XACT3304C GED Acd Fnd: Fndtns of Math
Provides instruction in fundamental mathematics: reviews place value, representation of numbers and mathematical symbols, comparison of numbers, basic arithmetic operations including the performance of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers. Focuses on understanding and using number lines, whole numbers using money, estimation, and rounding numbers. Offers practice in solving single-step and multi-step word problems; solving life skill and workplace word problems, using tables, charts, and graphs. Offered as needed
0 Dev Ed

XAGR0001A Container Gardening
Focuses on the basics of creating an attractive container garden for your fall and winter enjoyment. Covers container selection and weatherproofing; design principles of containers; plant selection for fall and winter containers; and important culturing techniques.
0 Non-Credit

XAGR0001B Gardening Tips NW
Describes gardening tips and techniques used in the Northwest. Includes soils, pests, planting, fertilization, and watering.
0 Non-Credit

XAGR0002A Pacific NW Gardens
Summer is a time to enjoy roses and their companion perennial flowers. Old shrub roses and modern roses will be studied, including their selection, care and enjoyment as well as popular summer blooming perennial flowers. The course will meet twice a week with the second class entailing a field trip to view roses and perennials in the Willamette Valley.
0 Non-Credit

XAGR0002F Home Garden Workshop
Garden ideas and techniques related to season, specific types of plants, and/or unique approaches to gardening.
0 Non-Credit

XAGR0002L Structure of Japanese Garden
Covers the structure and horticulture of the Japanese Garden in Portland. Explores the spiritual elements in the design of the Garden. Includes ways to incorporate the design elements into gardens.
0 Non-Credit

XAGR0002P Stonework in the Garden
Introduces students to garden design using stone. Covers how stone is used in gardens around the world and how those principles can be applied to gardens in the Northwest. Includes lecture and tours of gardens using unique stone designs.
0 Non-Credit

XAGR0002Q Rainwater Harvesting Basics
Presents the basic design and system components to set up and maintain a domestic rainwater harvesting system, principally for irrigation use during the dry summer.
0 Non-Credit

XAGR0002R Kitchen Gardens
Introduces the design of food gardens using unusual vegetables, edible flowers, fruit hedging, and environmentally sensitive techniques. Includes recipes for cooking fresh garden vegetables. Covers raising backyard chickens and ducks to take advantage of their natural fertilizer. Includes a tour of home gardens.
0 Non-Credit

XAGR0002S Sacred Garden Spaces
Introduces gardens designed for meditation. Examines how designing with hardscape and landscape materials can contribute to serene, even sacred outdoor spaces. Tours of public and private gardens includes how these principles of garden design are applied to create gardens suited for meditation
0 Non-Credit

XAGR0002T Gardens that Women Inspired
Explores garden design through the eyes of women who have created noted gardens in and around the Portland area. Includes tour in Portland gardens and learning what design concepts and innovative plant materials have been used. Emphasizes design, plant identification, and garden maintenance.
0 Non-Credit

XAGR9800A AGRI TECH Workshop
Examines a selected topic of current importance to agribusinesses.
.6 CEU

XAGR9800C Agri Business Mgt 1 - Term 1
Emphasizes setting up farm business goals, developing a complete set of farm financial records, and analyzing those records for management decision making. Prerequisite: Must be a full time business that leases or manages a farm and keeps or has access to a complete set of farm financial records. Acceptance of application of Farm Business Management Advisory Committee.
17 CEU

XAGR9800D Agri Business Mgt 1 - Term 2
Emphasizes setting up farm business goals, developing a complete set of farm financial records, and analyzing those records for management decision making. Prerequisite: Must be a full time business that leases or manages a farm and keeps or has access to a complete set of farm financial records. Acceptance of application of Farm Business Management Advisory Committee.
17 CEU

XAGR9800E Agri Business Mgt 1 - Term 3
Emphasizes setting up farm business goals, developing a complete set of farm financial records, and analyzing those records for management decision making. Prerequisite: Must be a full time business that leases or manages a farm and keeps or has access to a complete set of farm financial records. Acceptance of application of Farm Business Management Advisory Committee.
17 CEU

XAGR9800F Agri Business Mgt 2 - Term 1
Monitors and assesses financial position of the farm Business based upon records and analysis obtained in Farm Business Management I. Explores computerized farm accounting and income tax management. Prerequisites: Agri Business Management 1
17 CEU

XAGR9800G Agri Business Mgt 2 - Term 2
Monitors and assesses financial position of the farm Business based upon records and analysis obtained in Farm Business Management I. Explores computerized farm accounting and income tax management. Prerequisites: Agri Business Management 1
17 CEU

XAGR9800H Agri Business Mgt 2 - Term 3
Monitors and assesses financial position of the farm Business based upon records and analysis obtained in Farm Business Management I. Explores computerized farm accounting and income tax management. Prerequisites: Agri Business Management 1
17 CEU

XAGR9800J Agri Bus Mgt 3-Term 1
Focuses on reorganizing the farm business based on accumulated financial data. Further develops estate, retirement, and labor management plans. Prerequisites: Farm Business Management II
17 CEU

XAGR9800K Agri Bus Mgt 3-Term 2
Focuses on reorganizing the farm business based on accumulated financial data. Further develops estate, retirement, and labor management plans. Prerequisites: Farm Business Management II
17 CEU

XAGR9800L Agri Bus Mgt 3-Term 3
Focuses on reorganizing the farm business based on accumulated financial data. Further develops estate, retirement, and labor management plans. Prerequisites: Farm Business Management II
17 CEU

XAGR9800M Agri Bus Mgt 4-Term 1
Applies record keeping skills and 3 years analysis data to farm reorganization and financial management decisions. Utilizes year-end analysis in evaluating effectiveness of reorganization and management practices implemented during the first 3 years. Prerequisite: Agri Business Management 3
11.4 CEU

XAGR9800N Agri Bus Mgt 4-Term 2
Applies record keeping skills and 3 years analysis data to farm reorganization and financial management decisions. Utilizes year-end analysis in evaluating effectiveness of reorganization and management practices implemented during the first 3 years. Prerequisite: Agri Business Management 3
11.4 CEU

XAGR9800P Agri Bus Mgt 4-Term 3
Applies record keeping skills and 3 years analysis data to farm reorganization and financial management decisions. Utilizes year-end analysis in evaluating effectiveness of reorganization and management practices implemented during the first 3 years. Prerequisite: Agri Business Management 3
11.4 CEU

XAGR9800Q Agri Bus Mgt 5-Term 1
Applies record keeping skills to individual farm businesses. Utilizes records in business dealings with off-campus agencies and individuals. Prerequisites: Agri Business Management 1 and 2
5.7 CEU

XAGR9800R Agri Bus Mgt 5-Term 2
Applies record keeping skills to individual farm businesses. Utilizes records in business dealings with off-campus agencies and individuals. Prerequisites: Agri Business Management 1 and 2
5.7 CEU

XAGR9800S Agri Bus Mgt 5-Term 3
Applies record keeping skills to individual farm businesses. Utilizes records in business dealings with off-campus agencies and individuals. Prerequisites: Agri Business Management 1 and 2
5.7 CEU

XAGR9800T Agri Business Management Tour
Demonstrates agricultural production and marketing outside of Oregon via tours. Provides participants with an opportunity to learn from local owners, managers, extension agents, and business professionals at on and off farm visits. Prerequisite: Enrollment is limited with preference given to past and present Agri Business Management enrollees and former tour participants.
18 CEU

XAGR9801C Bees and Honey
An introductory course organized to teach students the basics of beekeeping.
.2 CEU

XAGR9801E Label Comprehension
Presents a comprehensive analysis of the information contained within a pesticide product label. Covers the types of product registrations processed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and State agencies. Reviews product label information required by the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, Rodenticide Act. Includes interpretation of manufacturer supplied information related to a label.
.4 CEU

XAGR9801F Weed Identification and Mgt
Introduces identification of weed plants. Explores herbicide chemistry. Covers herbicide selection.
.4 CEU

XAGR9801G Insect Identification & Mgmt
Introduces identification of insect pests. Presents insect life cycles. Covers insecticide treatment and insect management.
.4 CEU

XAGR9801H Worker Protection Standard
Presents specific information related to EPA's "Worker Protection Standard" (WPS) and its implementation in Oregon. Covers the elements of this regulation in addition to other related state and federal regulations regarding pesticide worker safety.
.4 CEU

XAGR9801K Sprayer Calibration
Emphasizes the importance of accurate calibration. Identifies types of application equipment and their components. Presents calibration principles. Reviews appropriate calculations.
.4 CEU

XAGR9801L Private App License Training
Emphasizes pesticide laws and regulations. Stresses pesticide labeling. Includes information on application equipment, pesticide safety, pests and pest control. Demonstrates appropriate calculations.
.8 CEU

XAGR9801M Pesticide Laws and Safety
Reviews Federal and State pesticide laws and the government agencies related to pesticide regulation and safe pesticide use.
.8 CEU

XAGR9801N Pesticide Recertification Trng
Pesticide recertification training in the area of turf and landscape maintenance.
.8 CEU

XAGR9801P Pesticide Right-of-Way Trng
Presents information about weed biology, identification, and control practices; herbicide basics; pesticide application; right-of-way chemicals; and laws and liability as related to right-of-way spraying.
1.2 CEU

XAGR9801Q Ornamental/Turf Herbicide Trng
Surveys the use of herbicides in the establishment and maintenance of ornamental plants and turf. Helps in preparation for the Oregon Department of Agriculture Pesticide licensing examination in the Ornamental and Turf: Herbicide category.
.8 CEU

XAGR9801R Structural Pest Control
A survey of structural pest control for preparation to pass Oregon Department of Agriculture Industrial, Institutional, Health, and Structural: Structural Pest Control Examination.
1.2 CEU

XAGR9801T Agri Business Mgt Workshop
Focuses on using Access database to keep and track farm accounting transaction. Offers hands-on instruction and assistance in designing, building, and maintaining an Access database.
2 CEU

XAGR9802B Ag Leadership Development
Focuses on personal development by emphasizing confidence and self-esteem building skills, the decision making process, social skills, responsibility in the workplace, and planning and organization. Identifies the critical components of leadership including motivation of employees, coaching skills, building trust, team building, and interpersonal communication. Reviews legal and safety issues.
4 CEU

XAGR9802E Landscape Irrigation
Covers the basic concepts of landscape irrigation design using traditional and micro materials.
3 CEU

XAGR9802F Forestry Pesticide Review
Surveys forest pesticide use in Oregon. Emphasizes pesticide laws and regulations. Reviews the Oregon Forest Practices Act concerning chemical and other petroleum products. Covers the fundamentals of forest pesticides, including common herbicide formulations; application and handling; labeling; safety; pest control methods, including Integrated Pest Management (IPM); and calculations and calibration. Helps prepare to take the forest category examination for the Oregon Department of Agriculture Public and/or Commercial Applicators license.
.8 CEU

XAGR9802K Sustainable Landscaping
Introduces sustainable concepts for residential or light commercial landscape site development. Relates elements of art and principles of design for applications in sustainable site development. Compares the relationships of managed landscapes with the environment. Surveys sustainable site vegetation, plant material communities and other landscape elements. Presents ecologically sound management options for maintenance, construction and installation activities in public and private outdoor spaces. Explores marketing of sustainable strategies to enhance the human experience in landscapes. Prerequisite: Landscape Design Principles or consent of instructor.
3 CEU

XAGR9802L Landscape Contractor Lic Prep
Surveys job categories and qualifications for landscape construction, maintenance, and architecture. Presents an overview of the requirements and procedures for obtaining an Oregon Landscape Contractor License and a Landscape Business License. Reviews the key concepts of the Oregon Landscape Contractors Board examination.
3 CEU

XAGR9802M ETG Veterinary Assistant
Covers the counseling to clients on pet nutrition, vaccinations, worms, fleas, first aid, euthanasia, and alternative medicine. Focuses on the operation of a veterinary hospital.
2.4 CEU

XAGR9802R Christmas Tree Farmers
Designed for Christmas tree farmers. Reviews results from a long-term productivity study of changes in soil over multiple rotations; changes are evaluated by comparing fields newly planted to Christmas trees in existing fields, some in the sixth rotation. Covers the Christmas tree productivity, mycorrhizae, soil inhabitants, soil health, soil conditions that limit root growth, compaction, aggregate stability, chemicals and fertilizers, and application methods.
.8 CEU

XAGR9802X Plant Disease Management
Surveys plant disease categories. Presents plant disease life cycles and covers fungicide application timing and selection of appropriate fungicides.
.4 CEU

XAGR9802Y Ornament/Turf Insecticide Trg
Surveys the use of insecticides and fungicides in the establishment and maintenance of ornamental plants and turf. Offers preparation for the Oregon Department of Agriculture Pesticide licensing examination in the Ornamental and Turf: Insecticide and Fungicide category.
.8 CEU

XAGR9802Z Forestry Vegetation Management
Emphasizes the fundamentals of forest pesticides, including common herbicide formulations; timing of herbicide applications; and the use of herbicides in riparian areas. Focuses on current surfactant technology and commonly used produces. Review characteristics of pesticides and pest control methods.
.4 CEU

XAGR9803D Wood Destroying Organism Insp
Examines the biology, environment, and habits of wood-destroying organisms in the Pacific Northwest that commonly cause economic harm to wood structures, such as termites, carpenter ants, wood boring beetles, wood-destroying fungi and other structural damaging pests of wood structures. Focuses on providing the state-licensed commercial pesticide applicator, operator or certified home inspector with advanced knowledge of wood destroying organisms and the means to communicate to interested parties the risks inherent with structural infestation as well as findings and solutions of an inspection.
.6 CEU

XAGR9803P Hort Tech-Restoration Proj Ldr
Focuses on the importance of site preparation and post-installation maintenance to the success rate of ecological restoration projects. Covers factors that improve the success rate of plant/habitat restoration projects. Offers practical learning on horticulture techniques that will help address the restoration challenges of plant establishment, competition, weed control, erosion, and long-term low maintenance success.
1.6 CEU

XAGR9803T Landscape Design Principles
Introduces the steps to formulate a landscape design. Presents landscape design principles and elements of art. Discusses establishment of desired use, site limitations and design possibilities. Covers selection and placement of various plants and other landscape material. Prepares students to present a final landscape plan. F
3 CEU

XAGR9803U Gardening in the Classroom
Introduces gardening fundamentals for K-8 teachers. Covers seed propagation, soils, fertilizers and equipment needed for indoor and outdoor classroom gardening. Surveys pertinent available curriculum for gardening with students. Demonstrates several short- and long-term activities that illustrate principles of plant growth and development. Focuses on composting with worms as a supplementary activity to gardening.
.6 CEU

XAGR9803Z Invasive Aquatic Plants/Animal
Introduces recognition of the characteristics, pathways, impacts, prevention, and management of important invasive aquatic/riparian plants and animals in the Northwestern united States. Includes visits to field sites to discuss aquatic invasive species.
.6 CEU

XAGR9804B General Urban Pest Control
A survey of general urban pest control for preparation to pass Oregon Department of Agriculture Industrial, Institutional, Health, and Structural: General Pest Control Examination.
0 CEU

XAGR9804C Biodiesel for Farmers
Presents biodiesel production vocabulary and techniques. Examines the biological benefits of biodiesel use. Covers farm vehicle fuel applications.
6 CEU

XAGR9804D Landscape Business Practices
Introduces fundamentals for establishing a landscape business in Oregon. Presents an overview of the landscaping industry. Examines landscape contractor business plans. Covers purchasing and pricing structures, marketing techniques, and financial management tools. Surveys problematic business scenarios common to the landscape industry.
3 CEU

XAGR9804E Pesticide Applicator Training
Emphasizes pesticide laws and regulations. Stresses pesticide labeling. Demonstrates appropriate calculations. Includes information on pesticide exposure risk, personal protective equipment, safe pesticide handling procedures, application equipment calibration and maintenance, accident prevention, and pesticide spill management. Covers signs and symptoms of pesticide poisoning and first aid procedures.
.8 CEU

XAGR9804F Sm Acreage Landowner's Reap
Introduces land use best practices for .5 to 40-acre owner-occupied landowners. Covers financial and sustainable management tools; explores improvement of the production output of lands, and the opportunities for greater conservation of their lands. Includes peer instruction and field presentation, and access to resources to achieve more in-depth knowledge and skill levels.
3.6 CEU

XAGR9804G Spanish at Work
Covers practical Spanish terms and phrases specific to agricultural work. Surveys cultural information about Spanish speaking people. Includes pronunciation, technical vocabulary, greetings, and basic grammar. No prior knowledge of Spanish is necessary.
1.6 CEU

XAGR9804K Respiratory Prot/Agriculture
Provides information related to respiratory protection for agricultural operations in Oregon. Covers hazard recognition, respiratory selection, care and maintenance of respirators. Includes Oregon OSHA's Respiratory Protection Standard for Agriculture.
.4 CEU

XAGR9804L Integrated Pest Mgt Basics
Examines the main elements of an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) plan. Surveys different pest management approaches and methods that can be employed as part of an IPM system. Discusses the economic and environmental benefits of IPM. Covers examples of a variety of IPM plans.
.6 CEU

XAGR9804M Biodiesel Production Basics
Introduces the origin of biodiesel, how it is made, and why it is an important fuel. Reviews how biodiesel fits into the local, national, and global energy picture. Covers where to access information about biodiesel, processing equipment, and processor designs. Presents techniques and equipment necessary for home biodiesel production.
.6 CEU

XAGR9804Q Living Walls
Reviews living walls, green facades, and applications of horticulture that provide ecosystem services to the built environment. Looks at examples of these applications at the Oregon Garden, including the rain garden, green roof, Hobbit tunnel, sustainable parking lot, and bog filters. Provides an opportunity to plant a living wall in the Children's Garden. Covers wall structures, media containment options, lightweight growth media, and plant choices.
.8 CEU

XAGR9804T Access DB for Agri Business
Focuses on using Access database to keep and track farm information and data. Offers hands-on instruction and assistance in designing, building, and maintaining an Access database.
2 CEU

XAGR9804U Excel for Agri Business
Focuses on using Excel spreadsheets to record and track farm data. Offers hands-on instruction and assistance in designing, creating, formatting, and maintaining spreadsheets.
2 CEU

XAGR9804V QuickBooks for Agri Business
Focuses on using QuickBooks Accounting Software to keep and track farm accounting transactions. Offers hands-on instruction and assistance in setting up and maintaining a QuickBooks Company.
2 CEU

XAGR9804X Ag Leadership Development
Focuses on personal development by emphasizing confidence and self-esteem building skills, the decision making process, social skills, responsibility in the workplace, and planning and organization. Identifies the critical components of leadership, including motivation of employees, coaching skills, building trust, team building, and interpersonal communication. Reviews legal and safety issues.
3.2 CEU

XAGR9804Z AGRI TECH Workshop
Examines a selected topic of current importance to agribusinesses.
.2 CEU

XAGR9805A AGRI TECH Workshop
Examines a selected topic of current importance to agribusinesses.
.3 CEU

XAGR9805B AGRI TECH Workshop
Examines a selected topic of current importance to agribusinesses.
.4 CEU

XAGR9805C AGRI TECH Workshop
Examines a selected topic of current importance to agribusinesses.
.8 CEU

XAGR9805D AGRI TECH Workshop
Examines a selected topic of current importance to agribusinesses.
1.2 CEU

XAGR9805E AGRI TECH Workshop
Examines a selected topic of current importance to agribusinesses.
1.6 CEU

XAGR9805F AGRI TECH Workshop
Examines a selected topic of current importance to agribusinesses.
2.4 CEU

XAGR9805G AGRI TECH Workshop
Examines a selected topic of current importance to agribusinesses.
3.6 CEU

XAGR9805H AGRI TECH Workshop
Examines a selected topic of current importance to agribusinesses.
4 CEU

XAPR9050H Electrician Exam Test Prep
Covers all elements of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Serves as a test-prep class for the state journey-level electrician exam. Prepares students who have completed four years of electrician apprenticeship related training and haven't finished all the on-the-job training hours. Prerequisite: Completion of four years electrician apprenticeship related training; recommended by JATC.
3.3 CEU

XAPR9050J Electrician NEC Code Update
Covers all elements of the National Electrical Code (NEC) book and its current updates. Satisfies requirements for continuing education for journey-level electricians as sanctioned by the Building Codes Division (BCD). Prerequisite: Electrician journey-level or higher certification.
1.6 CEU

XAPR9050K J-Level Update for Plumbers
Covers all elements of the current Universal Plumbing Code (UPC) with Oregon Amendments and current updates. Satisfies requirements for continuing education for journey-level plumbers and is recognized by the Oregon Building Codes Division (BCD). Prerequisites: Journey-level plumber or higher certification
.8 CEU

XAPR9050L Radio Frequency ID (RFID)
Covers all elements of cutting edge RFID including bar codes, technology, tags, inlays, data integration, supply chain, benefits and challenges. Sanctioned by Building Codes Division (BCD). Prerequisites: Professional electrician/trades or equivalent certification
.8 CEU

XAPR9050M Furnace Maintenance
Designed for general maintenance professionals to help them determine what furnace maintenance projects they can handle themselves and when to call in a furnace repair specialist. Covers parts such as the filter and coil, basic HVAC troubleshooting, efficiency loss diagnosis, motor repair and replacement, and MSDS.
.8 CEU

XAPR9050N NATE Certification HVAC/R Tech
Prepares professional HVAC/R technicians who have completed two years of field service, have completed the NATE Core curriculum and heat pump specialty for the national exam. Covers safety, tools, heat transfer and comfort, and electrical practices including installation and repair in the national exam.
.8 CEU

XAPR9050P Natl Electrical Code Update
Covers all elements of the National Electrical Code (NEC) book and its current updates. Satisfies requirements for continuing education for journey-level electricians as sanctioned by the Building Codes Division (BCD).
.8 CEU

XAPR9050Q HVAC/R Update
Offers adult professional custodians and maintenance workers in a school district skills for safe shut down of HVAC/R systems. Includes safe use of gas connections, trouble shooting, and best practices. Focuses on Tran and Courier heating and cooling systems.
.6 CEU

XAPR9050R RRP: Lead Safety
For renovators, remodelers, painters, maintenance personnel, and any other workers removing or modifying painted surfaces and anyone working in pre-1978 residences. Includes recognizing and dealing with hazards, EPA and HUD regulations, pre-project precautions, work processes and dust containment, clean-up, and recordkeeping.
.8 CEU

XAPR9050S Intro to Heavy Hwy Constrction
Introduces heavy highway construction trades preparation. Covers use of hand and power tools, safety equipment, work readiness, safety and industry work standards and expectation. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XAPR9050T Plumbers Test Prep
Covers all elements of the Universal Plumbing Code (UPC) with current Oregon Amendments. Serves as a test-prep class for the state journey-level plumber exam. Prepares students who have completed four years of plumber apprenticeship related training and have not completed all the on-the-job training hours. Offered as needed
3.3 CEU

XAPR9050U Electrician Exam Test Prep
Covers all elements of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Serves as a test-prep class for the state journey-level electrician exam. Prepares students who have completed four years of electrician training and haven’t finished all the on-the-job training hours. Prerequisite: Completion of four years electrician apprenticeship related training; recommended by JATC.
6.6 CEU

XARB0542A Arabic, Beginning
Introduces the Arabic language. Covers the alphabet, vowels, pronunciation, daily use of vocabulary, and basic grammar. Includes review, interactive learning, practice exercises, and grammar instruction.
0 Non-Credit

XART0001A Collecting Antiques
For the general population to develop an understanding and appreciation of what antiques are and why people collect them, through an association with some of the major collectors in this area.
0 Non-Credit

XART0001B Crafts/Xmas Collection
Students use a variety of materials to create holiday craft items for gifts or decorations.
0 Non-Credit

XART0001C Crafts Unlimited
Students learn to use a variety of materials and craft techniques to create craft items to give as gifts or use as decorations.
0 Non-Credit

XART0001D Crafts Unlimited
Introduction to rubber stamping techniques to make beautiful cards and stationery.
0 Non-Credit

XART0001F Flower Arranging Beg
Techniques for arranging both fresh and artificial flowers.
0 Non-Credit

XART0001G Flower Arranging Beg
Acquaints the student with the basic elements of flower arranging including elements of design, use of color, use of accessories, and Japanese floral arrangements
0 Non-Credit

XART0001N Stained Glass
Teaches the traditional form of stained glass (leading). Basic tools of the glass cutter are required materials.
0 Non-Credit

XART0001P Stained Glass Workshop
Uses glass cutting and glass grinding to construct a one-of-a-kind art object. Includes learning one or more of the following skills: cut, glue, grout and seal, lead, soldering, putty, and grind. Presents a brief history of stained glass and its current value.
0 Non-Credit

XART0001S Knitting-Multilevel
Individual instruction on the project of your choice. Improve and update your knitting skills. Student will select individual project and furnish own supplies.
0 Non-Credit

XART0001T Quiltmaking Beginning
Learn to make your first quilt. You will construct a block quilt, learning skills such as quilt planning, cutting, patching, filling, backing, tying and binding.
0 Non-Credit

XART0001U Quilting Workshop
A basic class in quilt construction that will include the history of quilting, learning to piece and applique a quilt, and learn to build quilt frames and legs. Students will be encouraged to use their own creative ideas in choosing designs, fabrics, etc.
0 Non-Credit

XART0001V Quilted Wall Hanging
Provides beginning level sewing techniques used in making quilted wall hangings.
0 Non-Credit

XART0001W Quilted Wall Hanging
Provides intermediate level sewing techniques used in making quilted wall hangings.
0 Non-Credit

XART0001X Hobby Taxidermy
Presents a 30-hour hands-on course for the hobbyist to learn how to perform taxidermy on game fowl and game heads.
0 Non-Credit

XART0002A Pine Needle Basketry
Gathering and processing pine needles, and using them in a variety of baskets will be demonstrated and taught. Students may progress at their own speed, but will be encouraged to complete at least two baskets employing a variety of materials and techniques. Historic Indian techniques and modern variations will be taught.
0 Non-Credit

XART0002B Antique Appraisals
Antique appraisals.
0 Non-Credit

XART0002C Watercolor/Draw-16
Introduces watercolor and drawing principles. Designed for youth and adults wanting to master the basics or improve their current level of skills.
0 Non-Credit

XART0002J Matting & Framing
Art (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XART0002M Xmas Greens Workshop
Focuses on using greens for holiday decorating. Presents how to make a centerpiece, swag, and/or garland with greens and bow. Students gather materials on the supply list.
0 Non-Credit

XART0002U Drift Boats
Explores the origins of Northwest drift boats. Applies drift boat construction techniques to crafting a scale model of an original McKenzie River drift boat.
0 Non-Credit

XART0002V Mosaic Workshop
Introduces the basic techniques and construction methods used in the creation of mosaics.
0 Non-Credit

XART0002X Introduction to Silk Painting
Introduces participants to silk painting techniques and facilitates production of a piece of wearable art. Covers selection of materials and supplies, dyes, resist, stretching, brushes and brush strokes, design selection, and color selection.
0 Non-Credit

XART0003D Beginning Photography 1
Introduces the basics of taking 35mm SLR film-based photographs. Focuses on the non-technical aspects of basic 35mm SLR camera handling, composition, and light.
0 Non-Credit

XART0003E Beginning Photography 2
Covers the basics of taking 35mm SLR film-based photographs. Includes basic 35mm handling, composition, light, filters, close-ups and night photos.
0 Non-Credit

XART0003J Artist Series
Presents professional-level skills relevant to the specific art disciplines of ceramics, drawing and painting, glass art, multi-media, printmaking, photography, or sculpture.
0 Non-Credit

XART0003M Youth Art & Craft Camp
Focuses on using a variety of materials and techniques to create craft items to use as decorations or give as gifts.
0 Non-Credit

XART0003N Fanciful Lettering
Introduces decorated lettering using techniques of layering lines and forms.
0 Non-Credit

XART0003P Rubber Stamping
Create rubber stamp projects using a variety of techniques and materials. Covers the proper care and storage of materials.
0 Non-Credit

XART0003Q Rubber Stamping
Create rubber stamp projects using a variety of techniques and materials. Covers the proper care and storage of materials.
0 Non-Credit

XART0003R One Stroke Painting
Covers a painting method using one stroke for blending, shading and highlighting.
0 Non-Credit

XART0003S Ukrainian Egg Decorating
Presents traditional folkcraft using intricate patterns of shapes, colors, and icons painted on eggs.
0 Non-Credit

XART0003V Quilting, Beg. Level-Wall Hang
Introduces first-time quilters to basic machine and hand techniques to complete a wall hanging. Equips beginning-level quilters with new techniques, tools, and designs. Emphasizes completing a wall hanging by the end of the class including some work out of class.
0 Non-Credit

XART0003W Quilting, Beg. Level-Quilt Top
Introduces first-time quilters to basic machine and hand techniques to complete a lap-size quilt top. Continues beginning-level quilters' work on new techniques, tools, and designs. Emphasizes completing a quilt top by the end of the class including some work out of class.
0 Non-Credit

XART0003Z Knitting for Beginners
Offers basic instruction in knitting and purling as well as in increasing and decreasing stitches. Covers beginning projects, basic pattern reading, and choosing supplies for a project.
0 Non-Credit

XART0004A Watercolor Basics 1
Introduces basic skills in watercolor painting. Includes demonstrations and individualized guidance for all skill levels.
0 Non-Credit

XART0004B Colored Pencil Art
An intensive course on colored pencil drawing, including techniques for many special effects, and practice to achieve finished drawings suitable for framing.
0 Non-Credit

XART0004C Colored Pencil Art
An intensive course on colored pencil drawing, including techniques for many special effects, and practice to achieve finished drawings suitable for framing.
0 Non-Credit

XART0004G Drawing Beg
Emphasizes basic, practical drawing skills for beginners.
0 Non-Credit

XART0004H Drawing Beg
Presents the basic skills for drawing the human figure.
0 Non-Credit

XART0004J Art Activity for Seniors
Introduces therapeutic art activities for older adult students with varied physical and cognitive abilities. Builds upon eye-hand coordination and dexterity skills. Enhances personal esteem and well-being.
0 Non-Credit

XART0004K Art Activity for Seniors
Art (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XART0004L Drawing & Painting Beg
Art (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XART0004M Drawing & Painting Beg
Art (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XART0004N Art Sampler
Art (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XART0004P Drawing for Painters
Art (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XART0004R Drawing & Painting
Art (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XART0004S Drawing & Painting
Art (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XART0004T Drawing & Painting Beg
Art (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XART0004U Drawing & Design
Drawing and design for those who do not think of themselves as artists, but develops skills in drawing emphasizing use of the whole picture and detail. Examines line, texture, color, size, shape, mass, rhythm, variety, balance and unity using pencil, charcoal, crayon, tempera, collage, pen or brush, and ink.
0 Non-Credit

XART0004V Calligraphy Beginning
Introduces the basics of using a broad-edged nib and forming Humanist Bookhand style Calligraphy.
0 Non-Credit

XART0004W Calligraphy Beginning
Art (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XART0004X Calligraphy Intermediate
Continuation of historic Roman alphabet with emphasis on Roman Caps, Bookhand/Foundational, and Italic. A variety of broad-edged tools, inks, and projects will be explored. Prerequisite: Two terms beginning calligraphy or permission of instructor.
0 Non-Credit

XART0004Y Calligraphy Workshop
Review of Calligraphy basics.
0 Non-Credit

XART0004Z Painting Beginning
Designed for the beginning student with emphasis on color, value, and composition. The student will render a series of paintings exploring all the above while being introduced to various painting styles and techniques.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005A Oil Painting Beginning
General overview of the design basics and of picture composition will introduce the unit. Work will begin with a short drawing and perspective lesson to follow with a study of black, white, and grey; and then, most important, color. Textural techniques will be demonstrated. Attempts to symbolize real and ideological things will conclude the unit.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005B Oil Painting Intermediate
Review of the elements and principles of art including representational, abstract (organic and inorganic), and non-objective. A range of painting techniques will be shown and practiced. The student's individual choice of style and technique will follow emphasizing the tangible (portrait and scape) and the less tangible (symbolizing).
0 Non-Credit

XART0005C Pastels Beginning
This is a course in the beginning technique of using pastels. Will include painting portraits from photographs and still life from set-ups.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005D Basic in Portrait
This art class is drawing and painting pictures for education, fun, and mental relaxation. It is a mixture of experienced and beginning artists willing to learn for self-improvement.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005E Painting/Realistic
Class in "How to paint what you see." It will focus on methods and techniques used to render a wide variety of textures and situations with great accuracy.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005F Painting Unlimited
Provides instruction in a variety of painting techniques for students at multiple skill levels. Includes demonstrations and individualized guidance for students working in watercolor, acrylic or oil media.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005G Painting Unlimited
Provides instruction in a variety of painting techniques for students at multiple skill levels. Includes demonstrations and individualized guidance for students working in watercolor, acrylic or oil media.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005H Painting Unlimited
Provides instruction in a variety of painting techniques for students at multiple skill levels. Includes demonstrations and individualized guidance for students working in watercolor, acrylic or oil media.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005J Painting Unlimited
Provides instruction in a variety of painting techniques for students at multiple skill levels. Includes demonstrations and individualized guidance for students working in watercolor, acrylic or oil media.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005K Watercolor
Provides a relaxing environment in which to have fun with watercolor paints; Errors are not irreparable. Pans or tubes of watercolor are required along with a 1-inch flatbrush, a #26 goliath round brush, and 10 x 13-inch heavy quality paper.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005L Watercolor Workshop
Introduces watercolor and drawing principles. Designed for youth and adults wanting to master the basics or improve their current level of skills.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005M Watercolor Workshop
Reviews watercolor materials, techniques, and composition and prepares for a field experience.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005N Watercolor Workshop
A beginning watercolor course stressing the understanding of pigments, papers, tools, and basic techniques. Students will learn various wash and brush stroke techniques. They will put everything together in paintings with a limited number of pigments, so that attention can be given to the importance of shapes and values.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005P Watercolor from Photo
Presents a one-day workshop designed for people who enjoy taking photos (black & white and/or color) and painting from their photographic efforts. Focuses on drawing and paint a variety of subjects, stressing abstract interpretation rather than mirror imitation. Emphasizes developing imaginative, intellectual art pieces based on problem-solving.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005R Watercolor Workshop/1 Day
Combines watercolor with mixed media to produce various effects--relief, resist, collage. Includes colors, application methods, and different papers.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005T Intro to Digital Photography
Introduces the use of digital cameras in photography. Class fee $42.60 Sp
0 Non-Credit

XART0005U Artist Series
Course is designed to teach students or community artists the basic skills necessary to help them succeed as an artist. Specific topics and skills are covered in each of the separate sections under the following titles: Photographing Artworks/Slides; Matting, Mounting, and Shrink-Wrapping Artworks; and Portfolios and Presentation.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005V Beaded Jewelry Basics for Fun
Introduces basic skills to create various jewelry pieces.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005W Jewelry Making Workshop
Introduces basic skills to create various jewelry pieces.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005X Jewelry Making
Introduces basic skills to create various jewelry pieces.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005Y Photographing Plants & Gardens
Assists photographer to take better photos of plants and gardens using film or digital, point-and-shoot, or advanced SLR cameras. Illustrates photographic principles with "before and after" photos, and puts these principles to work during an outing into gardens. Concludes with a gentle critique of student photos.
0 Non-Credit

XART0005Z Intro to Editing Digital Photo
Introduces the basics of editing digital photographs and use of related equipment, software, printing, internet and e-mail.
0 Non-Credit

XART0006A Mosaic Workshop
Introduces the basic techniques and construction methods used creating mosaics.
0 Non-Credit

XART0006B Pottery Handbuilding
Art (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XART0006C Art Studio Lab
Course allows further emphasis and development of technical and artistic skills demonstrated in pottery, sculpture, and glass studio classes.
0 Non-Credit

XART0006D Jewelry Making
Jewelry is designed for the beginning craftsman. The basic skills and techniques of jewelry making will be demonstrated. Students will design and construct their own pieces of jewelry from copper and silver. Because of the freedom which is possible in both design and working processes, jewelry making is an excellent medium for developing and motivating originality.
0 Non-Credit

XART0006E Photography Beginning
The student will learn the basic principles of photography, camera use, photo composition, darkroom developing and printing, and general photographic work.
0 Non-Credit

XART0006J Photography Intermediate
Mastery of technical aspects of photography. Incorporates use of darkroom techniques.
0 Non-Credit

XART0006K Photography Advanced
Advanced BW photography will allow students with good knowledge of camera skills and basic darkroom techniques to learn to make what is called the "Fine Print." Prerequisite: Introduction to Photography; and Intermediate Photography
0 Non-Credit

XART0006M Sculpture Workshop
Introduces clay sculpture skills. Focuses on development and completion of a finished clay sculpture ready for kiln firing. Appropriate for all experience levels.
0 Non-Credit

XART0006Q ETG Discover Digital Photo
Offers an introduction to photography using current digital equipment. Covers the basics of digital photography, equipment, software, the digital darkroom, printing, Internet and e-mail use, and commercial and personal applications.
0 Non-Credit

XART0006T Quilting, Beginning Level
Introduces first-time quilters to basic machine and hand techniques to complete a twin size quilt. Continues beginning level quilters' work on new techniques, tools, and designs to complete one twi size quilt. Emphasizes completing a quilt by the end of the class. Includes some work out of class.
0 Non-Credit

XART0006Z Pottery Workshop 1
Art (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XART0007A Pottery Workshop 2
Art (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XART0007Q Portrait Workshop
Introduces a contemporary version of the classical method of portrait painting.
0 Non-Credit

XART0007R Beg. Glass Beadmaking Workshop
Introduces basic technical information on using a torch to model and shape glass beads.
0 Non-Credit

XART0007S Quilting, Beginning Level
Introduces first-time quilters to basic machine and hand techniques for the nine patch pattern. Equips beginning-level quilters with new techniques, tools, and designs. Emphasizes designing a nine patch quilt.
0 Non-Credit

XART0007X The Art of Pate de Verre
Creates a large palette of colors by mixing different ratios of powdered color glass with clear powdered glass. Includes firing these colors into a set of tiles for color reference information for the studio. Covers creating relief carved sculptural objects in clay, making refractory molds, mixing and applying a broad range of colored glass in paste form, and firing the pieces. Covers a comprehensive foundation in the process of pate de verre.
0 Non-Credit

XART0007Z Exploring the Hollow Form
Introduces constructing hollow forms including vessels and goblets. Includes shaping, aesthetics, consistency, solid connections and encalmo seals. Covers relationship between form and function and how it pertains to good design.
0 Non-Credit

XART0008A Intermediate Marble Making
Explores different techniques of marble making, including the compression technique, used two different ways, one for flowers and one for butterflies; and an embedding and implosion technique, used for making air traps. Focuses on developing a fundamental understanding of core heat and "fuming" of metals and color use.
0 Non-Credit

XART0008B Advanced Fusing
Covers the processes of cold-working/finishing of glass. Creates design elements/inclusions (pattern bars, cane, custom frit, murrini, confetti/fractures, etc.) for final works. Includes designing a bowl/sculptural piece and encourages experimentation with numerous glass processes to develop an individual style.
0 Non-Credit

XART0008E Sketching in the Garden
Functions as a studio class, applying the skills taught to drawing garden plants and landscapes. Provides lectures and demonstrations to teach basic sketching skills for beginners. Covers basic principles of design, visual perception, and organization. Presents foundation drawing skills needed to create the illusion of a three dimensional space on a two dimensional picture plane.
0 Non-Credit

XART0008F Discovering Your Creative Self
Introduces students to "The Artist's Way," a process used to encourage creativity in each person. Presents individual and group exercises to encourage writing and increased confidence in the visual arts.
0 Non-Credit

XART0008J Foundations of Glass Casting
Introduces the fundamental processes of casting glass objects. Includes making objects in clay and/or wax, creating molds, mixing glass, firing the works, and cold working final pieces. Covers slide lectures of historical and contemporary art glass accompanied by technical data. Students of all levels are encouraged to attend.
0 Non-Credit

XART0008L Monotype Workshop
Presents two-day workshop in black and white monotype printing for beginners.
0 Non-Credit

XART0008Q Painting in the Garden
Functions as a studio class, applying the skills taught to drawing and painting garden plants and landscapes. Provides lectures and demonstrations to teach basic painting skills for beginners. Covers basic principles of design, visual perception, and organization. Presents foundation drawing and painting skills needed to create the illusion of a three dimensional space on a two dimensional picture plane.
0 Non-Credit

XART0008R Sicily/Rome through the Lens
Presents a photographic tour through Rome and Sicily. Focuses on the architecture, art, people and landscapes of Italy. Presents individualized instruction and hints for capturing the best photographs. Includes historical and cultural perspectives of Rome and Sicily throughout the trip.
0 Non-Credit

XART0008Y Intro to Editing Digital Photo
Introduces the basics of editing digital photographs and use of related equipment, software, programs, printing, internet, and e-mail.
0 Non-Credit

XART0009C The Altered Page
An Introduction to the world of altered books. Using existing books and or small sheets of paper and cardboard, we will explore a variety of creative techniques that help give visual form to an idea, memory, dream or feeling. You will develop 6 different page samplers each with a unique topic. Think of the altered page or book as a container that holds images and symbols, words being some of them. We will utilize lines, color, and textures with attention to ideas of scale, movement, juxtaposition and layering of images.
0 Non-Credit

XART0009R Memories on Digital Video
Introduces digital video cameras for personal use. Covers the basics of digital videography, including an explanation of DV format, video camera controls, lighting, and basic editing. Provides an overview of the creative process, including how to set up and create video stories.
0 Non-Credit

XART0009S Printmaking: Open Studio Lab
Explores methods of Relief, Intaglio, Monotyping, and Screenprinting printmaking, materials, and techniques. Includes composition and hand pulling prints.
0 Non-Credit

XART0009T Fund/Polymer Figure Sculpting
Introduces the basics of figure sculpting using polymer clays.
0 Non-Credit

XART0009U Fundamentals of Drawing
Introduces the basics of black and white drawing.
0 Non-Credit

XART0009V Mindfulness & Creative Process
Introduces the creative process and the relationship between mindfulness and art. Uses art practice and assignments to help students become more comfortable with their artistic self. Includes learning by using drawing, color, collage, and compositional structure.
0 Non-Credit

XART9250A Artist Series - Professional
Teaches students or community artists professional-level skills relevant to the specific art disciplines of ceramics, drawing and painting, glass art, multi-media, printmaking, photography, or sculpture. Class fee $368.70. W
2.1 CEU

XAT0784A Pro Dog Walker Training
Covers the skills and knowledge needed to start a dog walking business. Includes canine behavior, new pack-management techniques and fight protocols, and an introduction to starting and marketing dog walking services. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XAT0784B Pro Dog Sitter Training
Covers the skills and knowledge needed to start a dog sitting business. Includes canine behavior, new pack-management techniques and fight protocols, and an introduction to starting and marketing dog sitting services. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XATH0001A Archaeology/Willamette Valley
Anthropology (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XAUM0001C Auto Body Repair
Focuses on basic automobile body repair stressing shop safety, tools and equipment, minor metal straightening, filling, welding, brazing, and heat-shrinking.
0 Non-Credit

XAUM0001F Basic Automotive Introduction
Automotive (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XAUM0001G Know Your Car
Covers basic automotive repair. Includes hands-on opportunities to perform basic maintenance checks and repairs.
0 Non-Credit

XAUM0001H Automotive Tech Prog Ornt Yr 1
Reviews basic information, policies and procedures related to enrollment and participation in the first year of the Automotive Technology program.
0 Non-Credit

XAUM0001J Automotive Tech Prog Ornt Yr 2
A course designed to review basic program information, policies and procedures related to enrollment and participation in the second year of the Automotive Technology.
0 Non-Credit

XAUM0001K Basic Car Care & Maintenance
Covers basic automotive theories. Includes hands-on opportunities to perform basic maintenance checks and repairs.
0 Non-Credit

XAUM0001L Road Side Repairs/Safety Chks
Covers consumer level do it yourself roadside repairs and simple preventative maintenance and inspections. Provides students the opportunity to practice hands on with their own vehicles.
0 Non-Credit

XAUM0001M Automotive Ldrsp Institute
Provides information about the opportunities and careers in the automotive industry. Covers information about the Chemeketa Automotive Technology program including college admission and entry, program application requirements and deadlines, financial aid, grants, and scholarships. Presentations, tours, and training sessions are presented by various industry professionals and Chemeketa Automotive Technology program staff. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XAUM0770B General Auto Repair
Provides an in-depth theory and hands-on instruction in the service and repair of disc and drum brakes, manual and power brakes, brake system control, and indicating devices following accepted industry safety practices. Incorporates the following components; electrical basics, safety in the work place, and under-car service and repair (including tire service). Provides overview of how current technology is being utilized in the automotive industry.
0 Non-Credit

XAUM0770C Make Your Car Green
Introduces water electrolysis and its application in automobiles.
0 Non-Credit

XAUM9050B Auto Update Clinic
Automotive (non-cr)
.8 CEU

XAUM9050C Auto Update Clinic
Presents various update clinics for industry technicians and Chemeketa Automotive students with materials covering such areas as automotive electronics, brakes, suspensions, fuel injection, computers, engines, chassis, plastics and finish matching.
2.4 CEU

XAUM9050D Small Gas Engine Repair
Covers parts and functions of two-and four-cycle engines; classifications of combustion engines; power producing components; ignition system service and repair; engine disassembly, cleaning, inspection and reassembly; valve servicing; carburetion cleaning service and repair; tune-up procedures; off-season storage; fuel and oil recommendations and troubleshooting.
3 CEU

XAUM9050H Automotive Customer Relations
Covers effective organization and communication skills for modern Automotive Service Associates. Emphasizes creating positive service experiences in order to create customer loyalty to the automotive retailer. Analyzes internal and external customer relationships and defines the role of the Automotive Service Associate.
1.5 CEU

XAUM9050J I-Car Core Fundamentals
Covers national curricula for professional automobile insurance adjusters and office staff. Includes hazardous materials, personnel safety, refinishing safety, collision repair, vehicle identification, estimating systems, terminology, frontal impact analysis, mechanical systems analysis, restraints, interior, glass, side and rear impact, and corrosion protection.
.4 CEU

XAUM9050K I-Car Cosmetic Repair
Covers cosmetic repair on all autos. Uses national curricula for professional automobile insurance adjusters.
.4 CEU

XAUM9050L I-Car Glass/Window
Covers Glass/Window repair estimating, and collision vehicle identification and investigation terminology. Uses national curricula for professional automobile insurance adjusters.
.4 CEU

XAUM9050M I-Car Mech Systems Analysis
Covers mechanical systems analysis. Uses national curricula for professional automobile insurance adjusters.
.4 CEU

XAUM9050N I-Car Haz Mat/Corrosion Safety
Covers hazard materials, personal safety, refinish safety, and corrosion protection. Uses national curricula for professional automobile insurance adjusters.
.4 CEU

XAUM9050P I-Car Impact Analysis
Covers restraints, side and rear impact, aluminum panels and structures damage analysis. Uses national curricula for professional automobile insurance adjusters.
.4 CEU

XAUM9050Q I-Car Collision Repair
Covers collision repair using national curricula for professional automobile insurance adjusters.
.4 CEU

XAUM9050R I-CAR Terminology
Covers national curricula for professional automobile insurance adjusters and office staff. Could include electric and electric hybrid terminology, system designs and operation, collision damage and repair and safety protection when working on electric hybrid vehicles.
.4 CEU

XAUM9050S I-CAR Hybrid/Elect. Alt. Fuels
Covers national curricula for professional automobile insurance adjusters and office staff. Includes high voltage issues with electric A/C systems, new applications for hybrid technology, unique hybrid system features, alternative fuel applications and concepts.
.4 CEU

XAUM9050T I-CAR Front/Rear Repair
Covers national curricula for professional automobile insurance adjusters and office staff. Includes unibody design technologies and construction, advanced high-strength steel concepts, structural part repair and replacement, and partial part replacement.
.4 CEU

XAUM9050U I-CAR Vehicle Tech/Trends
Covers national curricula for professional automobile insurance adjusters and office staff. Includes trends in full-frame vehicle design and construction, full-frame repair, full-frame and unitized body damage.
.4 CEU

XAUM9050V I-CAR Waterborne Products/Sys
Covers national curricula for professional automobile insurance adjusters and office staff. Includes practical application of, availability, and conversion to waterborne products, differences between waterborne and solvent-borne refinishing materials, the environmental impact for each type of product, conversion to waterborne refinishing materials, and storage and disposal of waterborne materials.
.4 CEU

XAUM9050W I-CAR Cycle Time Collision Rpr
Covers national curricula for professional automobile insurance adjusters and office staff. Includes process improvement of shop cycle time, the impact of cycle time on business efficiency, improving customer relations, "time bandits," opportunities to reduce cycle time, and implementation of accepted standardized operation procedures (SOP). Sp
.4 CEU

XAUM9050X I-CAR Collision Repair-Chrys.
Covers national curricula for professional automobile insurance adjusters and office staff. Includes understanding of group vehicle identification and construction, repair processes, structural part replacement procedures, and restraint and suspension systems.
.4 CEU

XAUM9050Y I-CAR Replacing Parts
Covers national curricula for professional automobile insurance adjusters and office staff. Includes identifying bolted and adhesively bonded parts, repairing riveted and rivet-bonded panels, repairing hemmed and clinched panels, and repairing welded panels.
.4 CEU

XAUM9050Z Auto Update Clinic
Presents update clinics for industry technicians and Chemeketa Automotive students with material covering such areas as automotive electronics, brakes, suspensions, fuel injection, computers, engines, and chassis.
.3 CEU

XAUM9051A Auto Update Clinic
Presents update clinics for industry technicians and Chemeketa Automotive students with material covering such areas as automotive electronics, brakes, suspensions, fuel injection, computers, engines, and chassis.
.5 CEU

XBA0001A Brown Bag
Bus Adm, Sm Bus Mgt (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XBA0001F Brown Bag
Bus Adm, Sm Bus Mgt (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XBA0001G Brown Bag
Bus Adm, Sm Bus Mgt (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XBA0001H Brown Bag
Bus Adm, Sm Bus Mgt (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XBA0001L Retirement Wkshp/Early Career
Applies to PERS and Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan (OPSRP) members hired since January 1, 1996. Covers PERS Tier Two membership details and benefits.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0622A ETG Intro to Criminal Law
Presents an in-depth overview of criminal law and the real world of prosecutors, defense attorneys, and the paralegals who work closely with them
0 Non-Credit

XBA0658A Independent Learning
Designed to provide non-credit independent instruction for persons interested in enrichment or exploratory study.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0752B ETG Work Yourself Happy
Focuses on developing a happy life style by learning how to use work for self-expression and the sharing of talents.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0752C ETG Fast Track Fund Raising
Prepares individuals for fund raising. Focuses on using techniques for talking to donors, training others to raise funds, and developing solicitation packages.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0761A Volunteer Supervision
Presents tools and techniques for the veteran and the beginner. Managers, leaders, and staff will learn and practice ways to involve volunteers in the delivery of services and activities that meet organizational goals.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802B Investing/Beginners
Analyzes and evaluates stocks using the National Association of Investment Clubs methodology. Includes how to judge potential value of a company, how to compare companies, and how to track stocks over time.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802C Financial Planning
This is a two-night financial planning workshop with a special focus on issues for women. Course covers understanding cash flow, establishing financial goals, methods for attaining financial goals, tax planning, retirement preparation; and special issues for married, divorced, divorcing, and widowed women.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802D Financial Workshop/Individual
Introduces financial basics for individual investors. Covers planning, loan investments, common stocks, mutual funds, tax-deferred investments, insurance, and common risks.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802F Successful Money Management
Develop techniques to help you gain control over your finances and transform your relationship with money. Covers understanding your own finances, alternatives for improving them, and how to become secure in your financial future.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802G Investment Seminar
Provides fundamental information concerning stocks, bonds, and mutual funds for the novice investor. Market trends will also be analyzed to provide an understanding necessary to sound investment judgement.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802H Family Budgets
All family members influence the flow of resources through the family system. Some contribute income and services and all consume. Focus on ways to adjust standards of living by substituting time and talent for money. Also determine the best use of family monies when reductions must be made in spending.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802J Life Cycle Planning
Professionals, in service to the community, give guidance in the areas of living trusts, tax planning, final arrangements, and investment management. An attorney, CPA, mortician, and certified financial planner walk you through what may be the most important class for a mature adult. Given in a factual, no holds barred, tell-it-like-it-is manner, these professionals present the facts and answer those difficult questions that need to be asked.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802K Investing for Beginners-Adv.
Analyzes and evaluates stocks using the National Association of Investment Club methodology in an advanced form.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802L NAIC Toolkit Software
Introduces the NAIC Investors Toolkit (TK4) software to produce the Stock Selection Guide (SSG), the Stock Comparison Guide (SCG), the Portfolio Management Guide (PMG), the Portfolio Evaluation Review Technique (PERT), and the Challenge Tree.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802M Make Your Retirement Plan Boom
Focuses on strategies to manage a retirement financial portfolio
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802N Minding Your Finances
Provides an overview on personal finances and how to save money and invest wisely during an economic downturn. Compares risks among investments and explains how to protect finances. Offers resources available through the state.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802P Basic Tax Preparation
Presents the skills and information needed to prepare a basic individual tax return; 1040, 104, 1040EZ and associated state tax returns.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802Q Retirement Unlimited
Introduces techniques for making conscientious investments and overcoming barriers to growing investments for retirement.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802R Retirement Planning Today
Introduces integration of finances with goals and values; how to create a plan for a safe and/or early retirement, understanding the tax law, and avoiding tax traps.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802S Cash Flow, Assets & Ins Series
Introduces investors to the concepts of managing cash flow, understanding personal assets, and insurance.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802T Ethics in the Workplace
Focuses on broad and narrow ethical dilemmas associated with government or employment. Explores a framework and resources for recognizing and addressing ethical issues. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802U Professional Sales Skills
Focuses on skills and techniques needed to become a successful salesperson. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802V Professional Sales Skills
Focuses on skills and techniques needed to become a successful salesperson.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802W Project Management, Intro.
Introduces students to the techniques of managing projects.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802X Earned Value Management, Intro
Introduces students to the theory and practices of earned value analysis.
0 Non-Credit

XBA0802Y Project & Earned Value Mgt
Introduces students to the techniques of managing projects, and to the theory and practices of earned value analysis.
0 Non-Credit

XBA9000A New Employee Orientation
Introduces new employees to principles, practices, and cultural elements of Chemeketa Community College.
1.6 CEU

XBA9000B Rights & Responsibilities
Identifies legal rights and responsibilities as they apply to employees and students at the college.
.35 CEU

XBA9000C New PT Faculty Orientatn
Introduces new adjunct faculty to the resources needed to begin successfully teaching-at the college. Focuses on designing effective learning environments through shaping of the syllabus, developing learning activities, integrating technology, communicating with students, and participating in the adjunct faculty evaluation processes.
.4 CEU

XBA9000D New Faculty Orientation
Introduces faculty new to the college with resources needed during the initial year of full-time teaching. Focuses on designing effective learning environments through shaping of the syllabus, developing learning activities, integrating technology, and implementing instructional strategies.
1.4 CEU

XBA9000E New Faculty Workshop
Introduces instructors new to the community college to develop and refine the skills necessary to apply successful instructional strategies in the classroom. Addresses shifting paradigms in teaching /learning related to diversity, brain research, and student centered instruction.
1.2 CEU

XBA9000F Not-So-New Emp. Orientation
Offers a refresher for veteran Chemeketa Community College employees to the principles, practices, and cultural elements of the college.
.8 CEU

XBA9250A Retail Sales Career Workshop
Focuses on basic competencies in business communication, customer care and business technology. Assists individuals achieve a higher level in understanding the nature of the retail industry. Designed for those who are new employees or for those who would like to update and sharpen their skills.
0 CEU

XBA9250C ETG Start eBay Drop Off Store
Examines the process of starting and operating a successful eBay drop off store.
2.4 CEU

XBA9500B Project Mgt - Risk Management
Risk Management for Project Management is part of a series of Project Management workshops designed for project managers and future project managers. Through short lecture, guided discussion, and hands-on application activities in small teams, participants will focus on the process of examining the assumptions made in planning the project and deciding the degree to which the assumptions affect the ability to meet the project objectives. Emphasis will be on the process and techniques of risk assessment, risk abatement planning and actual risk management.
.8 CEU

XBA9500C Project Management-Estimating
Estimating for Project Management is part of a series of Project Management workshops designed for project managers and future project managers. Through short lecture, guided discussion, demonstration, and hands-on application activities in small teams, this workshop provides participants with both an estimating process model and a variety of the most common estimating techniques - some strategic or long-range, others tactical that are more focused on the near-term. Participants learn and practice analogous estimating, the Delphi Technique, life cycle projection, forecasting, three-point estimating (triangulation and PERT), and range estimating. For those times when the date is already set, participants learn a process for constraint or "time-box" estimating. The Monte Carlo Simulation model is also examined. Finally, the role of the organization in supporting better estimates is discussed and key components are identified.
.8 CEU

XBA9500D Project Mgt - Procure/Contract
Procurement Management and Contract Administration for Project Management is part of a series of Project Management workshops designed for project managers and future project managers. Through short lecture, guided discussion, and hands-on application activities in small teams, this workshop is designed to provide an overall understanding of the contracting process from the point of view of the buyer. It begins with planning for a solicitation and covers all the steps through contract close-out. There is an emphasis on those interactions that directly impact the Project Manager. Participants learn the key activities involved in awarding and administering a contract, as well as valuable insights into the "do's and don'ts" of contract issues. Included are such topics as: contract planning, structuring contracts, solicitation preparation, proposal evaluation, source selection, contract negotiation, contract modification, and contract administration.
1.6 CEU

XBA9500E Project Mgt - Team Development
Team Development and Application for Project Management is part of a series of Project Management workshops designed for project managers and future project managers. Through short lecture, guided discussions, individual reflective, self-assessment exercises, role plays, and small group activities, this workshop focuses on the development and application of teams for project management success. The DICS Personal Profile Instrument is used as the center of several discussions.
1.6 CEU

XBA9500F Project Management-Influencing
Influencing without Authority for Project Management is part of a series of Project Management workshops designed for project managers and future project managers. Through short lecture, case studies, self-assessment instruments, and hands-on application activities in small teams, this workshop offers participants an opportunity to gain knowledge about and improve their influencing skills, especially in situations where they have no position authority.
.8 CEU

XBA9500G Project Mgt - Computer Simula
Computer Simulation for Project Management is part of a series of Project Management workshops designed for project managers and future project managers. Teams of three or four participants reach consensus on how to execute a project plan, enter their tactics into the computer simulation, and get real-time feedback on the results of their decisions. The computer simulation creates a very realistic project environment and provides valuable lessons in project leadership and project team development as well as in tracking schedule, staff, budget, and quality. The workshop includes lecture and discussion on project concepts and management techniques. Participants manage an actual project as a team in order to apply concepts. The simulator generates results based on participants' decisions and realistic, outside events. Presentations and discussions enable participants to synthesize their own experiences and to learn from the experiences of others.
2.4 CEU

XBA9500H Project Mgt - Tools/Techniques
Tools and Techniques of Project Management is designed for project managers. The course follows a generic ten-step process which can be used for defining, planning, and tracking a project. Each section covers one step in the process including the tools, and techniques used to gather, analyze, format, and present the specific types of information or data used in that step.
2.4 CEU

XBA9500J Project Mgt - PMP Exam Prep
Offers an intensive review of the subject matter tested on the Project Management Institute's Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Exam. Designed for project managers and future project managers in business, industry and government.
1.6 CEU

XBA9500K Project Mgt - State Apps
State Application for Project Management is designed for state agency people who have completed the project management core curriculum. Topics cover state application of procedures and regulations related to project management, public contracting, and special programs. Prerequisite: XBA9500B-H
1.6 CEU

XBA9500L ETG PM:Overview
Emphasizes how project management differs from general management. Discusses project phases/steps and the human elements. Addresses the concept of deliverables to stakeholders.
2.4 CEU

XBA9500M ETG PM:Planning
Addresses planning and control as key ingredients in successful project management. Explores the role of the project manager in relation to project plan execution.
2.4 CEU

XBA9500N ETG PM:Techniques
Focuses on the "tools of the trade" in Project Management. Includes work breakdown structure, earned value, PERT/CPM/Gantt Charts, Precedence Diagram Scheduling, Scope Control, Cost Control, Change Control and Resource Planning. Review project management software.
2.4 CEU

XBA9500P ETG PM:Human Element
Discusses the right team members, building the team, gaining commitment, organizational structures, and power and politics in project management.
2.4 CEU

XBA9500Q ETG PM:Sample Project
Brings together all project management elements into a project simulation. Includes demonstration of management knowledge base. Focuses on completion of a sample project (instructor will supply information and background for the project), and gives a sample test covering the project management field of knowledge.
2.4 CEU

XBA9500S Fast Start Business
Focuses on how managers identify and propose a project plan in a systematic way to avoid common mistakes and procedures.
2.1 CEU

XBA9500T Proj Mgt - Univer Sys Analysis
Focus on how to quickly develop an accurate, quality assessment of systems processes, behavior, and data for upper management, project managers, business analysts, programmers, and end-users.
2.1 CEU

XBA9500U Direct Purchase & Negotiation
Designed for local and state government agencies' purchasing personnel. Covers purchasing goods and services for under $5000.
.7 CEU

XBA9500V State Purchasing PSK
Covers the general requirements and guidelines in developing, soliciting, awarding, and administering a personal services contract (PSK) by governmental agencies for specific services.
.7 CEU

XBA9500W Request for Proposal (RFP)
Covers the essential elements and methodology of writing a Request For Proposal (RFP) for goods and services to be used in a public agency.
.7 CEU

XBA9500X State Purchase VIP
Covers the Vendor Information Program (VIP) to locate price agreements, enter justification, retrieve lists of vendors, and view bid document information.
.35 CEU

XBA9500Y ETG Purchasing Intro
Introduces the supply chain concept as a framework for purchasing. Focuses on the role that purchasing can play in an organization's success. Introduces administration of the purchasing department, basic legal issues, organizational interfaces and negotiation.
2.4 CEU

XBA9500Z ETG Purchasing Practices
Examines the functions performed and benefits generated by the purchasing department. Emphasizes the importance of the "marketing services" that Purchasing must provide to the rest of the organization. Reviews the purchasing cycle from material/service sourcing to supplier payment. Includes sources of "need," capital and expense budgets, "green buying," and supplier partnerships.
2.4 CEU

XBA9501A ETG Purchasing Advanced
Highlights business law, quality and specifications, international purchasing, economic forecasting, and public purchasing as it applies to a typical purchasing department.
2.4 CEU

XBA9501B ETG Purchasing Study
Emphasizes an interactive, application-oriented approach to solving short case studies and commenting on current events in purchasing.
2.4 CEU

XBA9501F ETG Materials Mgt Overview
Offers an overview of the complete production and inventory body of knowledge. Identifies and discusses principles and processes related to flows of activities and information, starting with suppliers and ending with customers. Explores essential definitions and key relationships in materials management.
2.4 CEU

XBA9501G ETG Forecasting
Introduces forecasting techniques related to production management. Includes reconciling forecasting outcomes with setting up a Master Production Schedule, the role of the Master Scheduler and monitoring production.
2.4 CEU

XBA9501H ETG Inventory Control
Covers purposes and types of inventory, and other systems to plan and control inventory.
2.4 CEU

XBA9501J ETG Materials Planning
Covers the functionality of Material Requirements Planning (MRP), inputs and outputs of MRP, and the importance of capacity planning as a tool in resource allocation and scheduling.
2.4 CEU

XBA9501K ETG MFG Excellence
Defines the concepts of Total Quality Management (TQM), Employee Involvement (EI), and Just-in-Time (JIT). Focuses on relationships between these three areas and defining strategies for successful implementation.
2.4 CEU

XBA9501L ETG Production/Inventory Schd
Covers the requirements for successful execution of a production schedule. Topics include capacity utilization, operational loading, dispatching, lead time usage, and performance measurements.
2.4 CEU

XBA9501M ETG Inventory Advanced
Presents topical concerns in Production and Inventory Management. Includes benchmarking, change management, and manufacturing strategies.
2.4 CEU

XBA9501N ETG - TQM Introduction
Introduces the definition of quality and Total Quality Management (TQM). Includes an overview of the quality movement, the concept of complete customer satisfaction, quality costs and an introduction to Statistical Process Control (SPC).
2.4 CEU

XBA9501P ETG - TQM Tools
Examines a variety of tools (use of qualitative and quantitative) for quality improvement. Includes PDCA, Ishikawa diagrams, force field analysis, Pareto charts, histograms, control charts, and process capability.
2.4 CEU

XBA9501Q ETG - TQM Org
Provides information on the organizational requirements to make quality "stick." Focuses on leadership, teamwork, reward and recognition, education and training, empowerment, performance measures, and implementation of a quality culture.
2.4 CEU

XBA9501R ETG - TQM Audits
Assista organizations to obtain ISO Certification and to comply with other various regulations. Reviews ISO, internal and external audits, Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, QS-9000 and GMP/FDA/OSHA.
2.4 CEU

XBA9501Z Strategic Procurement Mgt
Covers the leading characteristics in today's supply management profession. Designed for public employees who are or will be purchasing goods and services for their agency.
3.2 CEU

XBA9502A ETG Legal Terminology
Provides an overview of the American judicial system focusing on the origins of American law and the litigation process. Includes the origins and history of the American legal system, the meaning and application of important legal terminology, techniques of jury selection and the jury selection process, important rules of civil procedures, attorney and paralegal ethics, and significant elements of the substantive law of torts and contracts.
2.4 CEU

XBA9502B ETG Legal Evidence
Provides an overview of how evidence is gathered and used in a civil case. Includes the rules of evidence, conducting a legal interview, and conducting a legal investigation.
2.4 CEU

XBA9502C ETG Legal Authority
Provides the skills needed to conduct legal research. Covers the importance of precedence, the definition of legal authority, which legal authority is the most important, and how to conduct legal research. Includes the use of the four most effective legal research tools, how to Shepardize authority, and how to properly cite authority.
2.4 CEU

XBA9502D ETG Legal Writing
Introduces use of computers to assist in legal research. Covers conducting computerized legal research from the living room or office, the components of a proper and effective legal writing style, and the process of appellate procedure and appellate brief format. Includes preparation of an appellate brief.
2.4 CEU

XBA9502E ETG Law Office Administration
Covers the role of the paralegal in the law office and presents techniques for finding a job as a paralegal. Examines the essentials of law office administration, advocacy techniques for usage in formal or informal settings, and the basic documents for substantive areas of law. Includes how to begin a job search and start up a freelance paralegal business.
2.4 CEU

XBA9502F ETG GRE Verbal-PT 1
Prepares students to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Covers all question types on the verbal and analytical sections of the exam, and covers time saving techniques for both the paper-based and computer administration of the test.
2.4 CEU

XBA9502G ETG GRE Quantitative-PT 2
Features a math review and techniques for tackling the quantitative comparison, discrete quantitative, and data interpretation questions that make up the math section of the GRE. Covers time saving techniques for both the paper-based and computer administration of the test.
2.4 CEU

XBA9502H ETG SAT/ACT Analytical-PT1
Uses proven test taking techniques to prepare for questions on the SAT and ACT tests. Includes practice on actual ACT and SAT tests from previous years.
2.4 CEU

XBA9502J ETG SAT/ACT Logical-PT2
Analyzes the quantitative test question areas on the SAT and ACT tests. Includes a review of basic and advanced math concepts, and algebraic and geometric concepts.
2.4 CEU

XBA9502K ETG LSAT Verbal-PT1
Provides an overview of law school entrance procedures, a law career, and law school survival techniques. Reviews test taking techniques, and analytical reasoning questions. Covers spatial order problems and drafting diagrams.
2.4 CEU

XBA9502L ETG LSAT Quantitative-PT2
Provides an intensive review of reading comprehension and logical reasoning questions for the LSAT. Includes techniques for quick elimination of incorrect answers, explanations and interpretations of correct answers, and proven approaches for selecting the correct answers.
2.4 CEU

XBA9502M Business Success Clinics
Bus Adm, Sm Bus Mgt (non-cr)
1.4 CEU

XBA9502N Employee Development Seminar
A presentation to develop technical and/or human relation skills of employees working in a public or private organization. The skills presented will be specific to the organization.
.1 CEU

XBA9502P Employee Development Seminar
A presentation to develop technical and/or human relation skills of employees working in a public or private organization. The skills presented will be specific to the organization.
.15 CEU

XBA9502Q Employee Development Seminar
A presentation to develop technical and/or human relation skills of employees working in a public or private organization. The skills presented will be specific to the organization.
.2 CEU

XBA9502R Employee Development Seminar
A presentation to develop technical and/or human relation skills of employees working in a public or private organization. The skills presented will be specific to the organization.
.3 CEU

XBA9502S Employee Development Seminar
A presentation to develop technical and/or human relation skills of employees working in a public or private organization. The skills presented will be specific to the organization.
.35 CEU

XBA9502T Employee Development Seminar
A presentation to develop technical and/or human relation skills of employees working in a public or private organization. The skills presented will be specific to the organization.
.4 CEU

XBA9502U Employee Development Seminar
A presentation to develop technical and/or human relation skills of employees working in a public or private organization. The skills presented will be specific to the organization.
.5 CEU

XBA9502V Employee Development Seminar
A presentation to develop technical and/or human relation skills of employees working in a public or private organization. The skills presented will be specific to the organization.
.6 CEU

XBA9502W Employee Development Seminar
A presentation to develop technical and/or human relation skills of employees working in a public or private organization. The skills presented will be specific to the organization.
.7 CEU

XBA9502X Employee Development Seminar
A presentation to develop technical and/or human relation skills of employees working in a public or private organization. The skills presented will be specific to the organization.
.8 CEU

XBA9502Y Employee Development Seminar
A presentation to develop technical and/or human relation skills of employees working in a public or private organization. The skills presented will be specific to the organization.
.9 CEU

XBA9502Z Employee Development Seminar
A presentation to develop technical and/or human relation skills of employees working in a public or private organization. The skills presented will be specific to the organization.
1.1 CEU

XBA9503A Employee Development Seminar
A presentation to develop technical and/or human relation skills of employees working in a public or private organization. The skills presented will be specific to the organization.
1.2 CEU

XBA9503B Employee Development Seminar
A presentation to develop technical and/or human relation skills of employees working in a public or private organization. The skills presented will be specific to the organization.
1.6 CEU

XBA9503C Employee Development Seminar
A presentation to develop technical and/or human relation skills of employees working in a public or private organization. The skills presented will be specific to the organization.
2.4 CEU

XBA9503D Small Business Management 1
Offers established business owners to concentrate on evaluating and building their business foundations. Monthly informational business lectures.
51 CEU

XBA9503E Small Business Management 1
Designed to assist the entrepreneurs through their business' life-cycle-development. Targeted at business owners who have been in operation from a minimum of one year to a maximum of ten years. Concentrates on helping business owners attain the skills and implement systems that will enable them to enjoy the benefits of reaching and maintaining the stage of "PRIME," which is achieved when a business owner has a reliable and profitable customer base, long term/well-compensated employees, developed professional and information systems, and a community presence. Strategies are presented so that they will be able to satisfy their customer needs, maintain excellent employee relations and increase their bottom line. First year of a two-year program. Fifteen (15) businesses are selected to participate in the SBM 1 program each year. Classes for this program start in September and end in June. There are ten classes held throughout the academic year. In addition, each business receives a two-hour on-site visit once a month. The SBM 1 program concentrates on helping business people assess their present situation and formulate future plans.
19.2 CEU

XBA9503F Small Business Management 2
This course is designed to assist entrepreneurs through their business' life-cycle-development. It is targeted at business owners who have been in operation from a minimum of one year to a maximum of ten years and have successfully completed the SBM1 course. This program concentrates on helping business owners attain the skills and implement systems that will enable them to enjoy the benefits of reaching and maintaining the stage of "PRIME." This stage of maturity is achieved when a business owner has a reliable and profitable customer base, long term/well-compensated employees, developed professional and information systems, and a community presence. Strategies are presented so that they will be able to satisfy their customer needs, maintain excellent employee relations and increase their bottom line. This is the second year of a two-year program. The fifteen (15) businesses selected to participate in the SBM 1 program continue on to the SBM 2 program. Classes for this program start in September and end in June. There are ten classes held throughout the academic year. In addition, each business receives a two-hour on-site visit once a month. The SBM 2 program deals with marketing, employee issues, and strategies to reach goals set in the first year.
19.2 CEU

XBA9503G Small Business Mgmt Alumni
The SBM Alumni one-year program was developed to encourage SBM graduates to maintain a continuing relationship with the OCCC as they progress through their various stages of growth. This course is designed to assist the entrepreneurs who have graduated from the two-year SBM program to continue their life long learning. It concentrates on helping business owners attain the skills and implement systems that will enable them to enjoy the benefits of reaching and maintaining the stage of "PRIME." This stage of maturity is achieved when a business owner has a reliable and profitable customer base, long-term/well-compensated employees, developed professional and information systems, and a community presence. Strategies are presented so that they will be able to satisfy their customer needs, maintain excellent employee relations and increase their bottom line. Alumni are welcome to attend all 20 of the combined SBM1 and SBM 2 classes. They are also encouraged to act as a mentor in these classes to help less experienced business owners with current topics. Additionally, each Alumni business owner receives on-site visits totaling at least six hours during the year. Alumni members are encouraged to update their self-auditing instrument to see how far they have progressed during the year.
2.2 CEU

XBA9503H Financial Series
This four-part series focuses on the "Language of money" and basic financial reports, including the income statement, the balance sheet, the accounting equation and cash flow. Designed for business owners and manager.
.8 CEU

XBA9503J Payroll Workshop
Directed at small business owners and managers that employ workers. Three-hour workshop assists in identifying problems and setting up payroll systems. Aids in identifying payroll problems and steps to take after problem occurs.
.3 CEU

XBA9503K Small Business Seminar
Provides a foundation upon which to build a successful business. Explores management, organization techniques, marketing, money issues, professionalism, and other related strategies.
1 CEU

XBA9503L Small Business Roundtable
Established business owners concentrate on evaluating and building their business foundation through monthly informational business lectures, discussion, interactive participation, in-class activities, independent work, and advising sessions.
3 CEU

XBA9503M Business Success Workshop
Provides entrepreneurs information on specific business topics in a single workshop format, discusses the application of the topic to their business and provides resources for continued exploration of this issue in today's business environment.
.4 CEU

XBA9503N Small Business Issues
Offers a hands-on approach to building the four basic operational plans needed to successfully operate a small business.
2 CEU

XBA9503P Start a Business
Designed to increase the awareness of business owners and managers needing research and resources. Shows practical tools to help business succeed.
.3 CEU

XBA9503R Small Business Topics
Provides entrepreneurs information relating to the development, growth, expansion, and management of small businesses in a single workshop format, discusses the application to their business and provides resources for continued exploration of the issues and concerns in today's business environment.
.25 CEU

XBA9503S Strategic Business Review
Presents a seven-part management series designed for existing business owners to fine-tune business operations.
1.75 CEU

XBA9503T Entrepreneurship
Designed to meet needs of businesses which have been operating up to one year, have completed the Build Your Own Business classes, have a written business plan or are interested in the topics and networking available. The course is designed for emerging small business owners eager to exchange ideas with other owners and hear a presentation on a small business topic.
3 CEU

XBA9503U SBM: GREENHOUSE
Bus Adm, Sm Bus Mgt (non-cr)
18.7 CEU

XBA9503V Time & Information Management
Identification and development of good time management practices at the work place. Designed for all management and support staff in business and government.
.4 CEU

XBA9503W Build Team Effectiveness Works
Designed for organizations aimed at bringing an element of open, systematic planning and review to the task of developing a team atmosphere.
1.2 CEU

XBA9503X Training Design Presentation
Focuses on organizing information, developing training objectives, and delivering effective presentations. Designed for managers and staff trainers in government, business, or industry.
3.2 CEU

XBA9503Y Training WKS Series
Bus Adm, Sm Bus Mgt (non-cr)
3.2 CEU

XBA9504A Job Search Workshop
Designed for individuals who are seeking employment or career changes. Topics covered include: skill identification , job applications, resumes, job market, interviewing skills, information interviewing, and job retention.
6 CEU

XBA9504B International Trade
Identifies the requirements for success in international trade. Includes strategies to analyze resources, assess export or import potential, research foreign markets. Covers country risk, international operations, business and market planning, market entry alternatives.
.35 CEU

XBA9504D International Market
Designed for small business owners and managers interested in exploring potential foreign markets. A representative from the Small Business International Trade Program will work with participants in developing a plan for establishing a worthwhile international marketing plan.
.7 CEU

XBA9504E Oregon Marketplace
Targeted for secretaries, office managers, and owners. This class explains basic grammar used in business and helps participants avoid common errors. Students practice applying spelling and punctuation rules as well as proofreading.
.7 CEU

XBA9504F Explore The Market
Targeted for business owners and other entrepreneurs interested in selling products or services to the U.S. Government. The process for activity is explained. Focus is directed on individual needs of the participants.
.7 CEU

XBA9504G Marketing Graphics
Directed at business owners and managers who want to do (or are already doing) their own in-house advertising. They will learn some basic rules regarding publication design and ad copy writing. They will also learn how to adapt an image to fit their business type and style.
.3 CEU

XBA9504H Marketing Shoestring Budget
This workshop is directed at business owners and managers who operate on a limited budget and want to gain more exposure to attract customers. Participants will be shown a variety of creative ways others have attracted customers to their business. Students will also learn skills to help them be more creative in generating their own ideas to enhance their business success.
.3 CEU

XBA9504K Next Step/Retirement
Designed for public employees (and spouses) who are nearing retirement. Covers financial issues related to Social Security, PERS, the deferred income options, health insurance, estimating retirement income and expenses, financial experts, investments, and estate planning. Includes life-planning topics of relationships, living arrangement changes, health, new careers, and other topics as appropriate to the retirement transition.
.8 CEU

XBA9504M Business Communication Skills
Bus Adm, Sm Bus Mgt (non-cr)
.6 CEU

XBA9504Q Ethics & Values Workshop
Designed to help participants increase their ability to deal with ethical problems and challenges they face in the workplace by examining and discussing case examples and work simulation exercises. Each participant is encouraged to prepare a brief statement of a past or current ethical problem they face at work and a copy of their Code of Ethics. Designed for people in business, industry, and government.
1.6 CEU

XBA9504R Employment Workshop
Designed for businesses who wish to be updated and informed on law and practices of employment. Topics covered in this workshop will include: employment discrimination, wage and hour laws, Hiring in the 90's, effective supervisory practices, and policy writing.
2.2 CEU

XBA9504U Change & Transition
Deals with organizational change and individual process of transition. Designed for business, industry, and government agencies.
.7 CEU

XBA9504Z Basic Supervisory Skills 1
Introduces basic supervisory skills for new managers.
.8 CEU

XBA9505A Elements of Supervision
Elements of Supervision
1.2 CEU

XBA9505B Intro to Conflict Resolution
Provides an introduction to conflict resolution with implications for the workplace, common causes, and strategies. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XBA9505K Coaching Workshop
Covers when to coach, pitfalls, and coaching techniques. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XBA9505M Career Development Coaching
Career development counseling skills and techniques for managers and supervisors of employees in business, industry, and government.
.4 CEU

XBA9505N Basic Supervisory Skills 2
Continues introduction of basic supervisory skills for new managers. Prerequisite: XBA9504Z.
.8 CEU

XBA9505Q DDI/Guiding Conflict Resolutn
Enables leaders to recognize signs that conflict exists, assess each conflict situation to determine their level of involvement, and serve as a catalyst to encourage those involved in the conflict to achieve resolution. Leaders learn the skills to both provide support and act as mediators.
.4 CEU

XBA9505R ETG Fund of Supervision/Mgt
Focuses on people who are newly appointed supervisors and managers or those who want to transition into those positions. Covers delegation techniques, interpersonal skills, personality traits and methods of motivating others.
2.4 CEU

XBA9505T Build High Trust Organizations
Designed for management, union teams from organizational units that are ready to take action on reducing fear and mistrust, or others who wish to develop more understanding of the dynamics of fear, cynicism, mistrust, and trust in the workplace.
.8 CEU

XBA9505U Managing Diversity
Builds awareness of the need to foster a work environment where a multitude of ideas and experiences are not only accepted, but are encouraged. Designed for managers and supervisors in business, industry, and government to examine diversity from a broad perspective and provide tools for managing and utilizing diversity more effectively.
.8 CEU

XBA9505V ETG Business Analysis
Covers quantitative methods of making business decisions. Focuses on problem solving and decision making using probability, sampling, surveying, modeling, and financial analysis. Prerequisite: Proficiency with basic algebra.
2.4 CEU

XBA9505W ETG Customer Serv: Fundamental
Focuses on developing skills in identifying and satisfying customer behavior. Covers customer service concepts, including target marketing, market segmentation, the marketing mix, and quality function development.
2.4 CEU

XBA9505X Customer Contact
Focuses on developing communication skills between agency and company employees, and the public they serve. Examines various communication techniques which are successful in developing effective communication exchanges between employees and customers. Designed for people in business, industry, and government.
1.6 CEU

XBA9505Z Facilitation Skills
Comprehensive introduction to the roles and skills of a facilitator. Designed for business, industry, and government.
1.4 CEU

XBA9506A Facilitation-Large Group
Focuses on conference methods, which bring together all stakeholders - customers, suppliers, staff, and clients - to design the future of an organization. Participants should have experience in facilitating groups and familiarity with: ground rules, nominal group techniques, stages of development, and group decision making and priority setting techniques such as STP, force-field analysis, and multi-voting. The learning methods in this seminar are highly interactive. Hands-on, small group activities build skills and confidence. Participants will also receive feedback on their facilitation skills.
1.6 CEU

XBA9506B ETG Customer Service: Overview
Explores marketing and the marketing concept as a key to organizational success. Includes the exchange process, market segmentation and target marketing, the 4 P's, consumers and their needs, forecasting, product positioning, new products, and international marketing.
2.4 CEU

XBA9506C ETG Customer Service: Expecta
Expands on basic concepts of marketing to include forecasting, market segmentation and its multiple variables, target marketing, end-user and industrial customers, and consumer buying patterns and influences.
2.4 CEU

XBA9506D ETG Customer Service: Techniq
Focuses on customer service techniques to include measurement of customer service (internal and by the customer), communication (especially with upset customers), being a good ambassador for your organization, teamwork, and telephone etiquette. Includes how much service is "enough," the different ways that customer service can be performed, and what can be done to retain a customer who is about to take their business somewhere else.
2.4 CEU

XBA9506E WH Technician-Supervisor Comm
Designed for warehouse technicians in supervisory positions, or who are transitioning into supervisory positions. Emphasizes confidence and self-esteem building; goal setting, decision making and time management; interpersonal communication and social skills; and stress management.
1.5 CEU

XBA9506F WH Technician-Supervisor: Lead
Designed for warehouse technicians in supervisory positions, or who are transitioning into supervisory positions. Emphasizing accountability; motivating self and other employees; teaching and training employees; building and coaching teams; and conflict resolution.
1.5 CEU

XBA9506G WH Technician-Entry Training
Covers warehouse operation and business, equipment overview, job readiness, fitness and ergonomics, and communication skills. Designed for entry level people who are entering the distribution warehouse field.
.9 CEU

XBA9506H Business Issues
Provides entrepreneur tools to develop basic operational plans required to run a successful small business.
.5 CEU

XBA9506K ETG Legal Document
Provides an overview of common legal documents. Includes preparation of legal documents including demand letters, pleadings, discovery documents, motions and memos. Highlights to conduct legal analysis and perform legal problem-solving.
2.4 CEU

XBA9506L DDI Guiding Development/Others
Covers methods to develop talent in others in the workplace and in the organization. Focuses on a leader's critical role before, during, and after the development plan. Prepares managers and supervisors in mid-level and first-line positions.
.4 CEU

XBA9506M DDI Trust:Strength/Foundation
Covers strategies to help leaders create an environment where people can take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together. Prepares managers and supervisors in mid-level and first-line positions.
.4 CEU

XBA9506N DDI The Empowered Leader
Covers leadership development and identifies areas in building empowerment in work groups and in organizations. Prepares managers and supervisors in mid-level and first-line positions.
.4 CEU

XBA9506P ETG Online Business Basics
Covers the complete process of building an online business. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9506Q ETG Effective Selling
Provides knowledge, planning skills, and communication techniques for successful sales.
2.4 CEU

XBA9506R ETG Start Consulting Practice
Covers the complete process of starting and operating a consulting practice.
2.4 CEU

XBA9506S ETG A to Z Grant Writing
Pertains to executive directors, organizers, board members, community volunteers, development officers and individuals who want to learn a "bird's eye" view of the grant writing process.
2.4 CEU

XBA9506T ETG Market Bus/Org on Internet
Explores tools and techniques to market your business or organization on the Internet. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9506U ETG Professional Sales Skills
Focuses on skills and techniques of becoming a successful salesperson.
2.4 CEU

XBA9506V ETG Home Based Business
Focuses on starting a home-based business or enhancing one already established.
2.4 CEU

XBA9506W ETG Debt Elimination
Explores approaches for people who want to live a debt-free, stress-free lifestyle.
2.4 CEU

XBA9506X ETG Laws of Business Jungle
Covers wide variety of laws, contracts, leases, and other legal entanglements. Includes strategies and tactics to help a business survive and thrive. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9506Y MWESB Purchasing Workshop
Pertains to state and local government purchasing personnel who instruct buyers on the legal and procedural requirements for using Minority, Women and Emerging Small Business vendors when using government funds. Includes a demonstration on accessing and using the on-line certified vendor list will assist buyers in obtaining a list of vendors who are seeking opportunities to do business with government offices. Offered as needed
.3 CEU

XBA9506Z Natural Step Framework - Fund.
Applies to individuals who will be using the Natural Step Framework method of evaluation within their organization. Covers the basic principles of the Natural Step Framework; the science behind the Natural Step Framework; case study practice; and the back-casting method for creating a vision of sustainability. Offered as needed
.5 CEU

XBA9507A Goods/Services Contract - Fund
Applies to state and local government purchasing personnel who will be using Personal Services Contracts. Focuses on the basic practices of using Personal Services Contracts. Covers the appropriate construction and use of a request for proposal; effects of “protest-proof” evaluation processes; contract administration issues; and the ethical and legal “must” and “must-not” involved in working with independent contractors. Offered as needed
.7 CEU

XBA9507B Opportunity Knocks
Covers issues related to development, growth, expansion, and management of a small business. Each session discusses the application of the topic(s) to an entrepreneur's business and provides resources to continue exploration of related concern in today's business environment.
3.6 CEU

XBA9507C Business Planning Software
Provides tools to develop and implement successful, business related plans using business software applications. Course may cover business plan, marketing plan, cash flow plan, or web strategic plan.
2.2 CEU

XBA9507D DDI Leadership:Facilitate Chg
Covers change within an organization. Focuses on developing positive experiences for others by designing a shared vision, building business partnerships, championing ongoing improvement, and creating an environment in which learning is encouraged. Prepares managers and supervisors in mid-level and first-line positions. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XBA9507E DDI Coach:Develop High Perform
Covers techniques for developing self-leadership among individuals and teams. Prepares managers and supervisors in mid-level and first-line positions. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XBA9507F DDI Leading Teams/Opt Perform
Covers the development of team leader as coach, developer, and influencer. Prepares managers and supervisors in mid-level and first-line positions. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XBA9507G ETG Creating A Business Plan
Covers methods to create a business plan.
2.4 CEU

XBA9507H Business Plan
Covers development of a business plan. Includes setting goals, identifying new customers and markets and financial managing business.
1.2 CEU

XBA9507J ETG Evidence Law
Covers the methods of gathering evidence for use in a trial, including the use of investigators, depositions, subpoenas, and interrogatories. Includes the preparation of evidence for use in trial to ensure relevancy to the case at hand and admissibility under such rules as the hearsay rule and the provisions of the Constitution. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9507K Six Sigma for Black Belts - 1
Part one of a three-part series to train participants in the application of Six Sigma process improvement methodologies. Introduces the human element component of the improvement process, Six Sigma team management basics, and basic statistical concepts and tools.
3 CEU

XBA9507L Six Sigma for Black Belts - 2
Part two of a three-part series to train participants in the application of Six Sigma process improvement methodologies. Introduces advanced statistical techniques, design of experiments and the application of process improvement methodologies to Six Sixma project.
3 CEU

XBA9507M Six Sigma for Black Belts - 3
Part three of a three-part series to train participants in the application of Six Sigma process improvement methodologies. Covers additional process improvement techniques and provides the opportunity to apply the techniques to individual Black Belt projects.
3 CEU

XBA9507N FERPA Training
Explains an employee’s personal and professional student records confidentiality responsibilities under the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA). Offered as needed
.1 CEU

XBA9507P CE for Insurance Professionals
Covers topics pertinent to insurance professionals (agents, underwriters, agency owners, legal professionals, etc.).
.3 CEU

XBA9507Q Making Cents of Your Bus Idea
Introduces experiential learning to teach basic business concepts to people considering starting their own businesses. Offered as needed
1.2 CEU

XBA9507R CE for Insurance Professionals
Covers topics pertinent to insurance professionals (agents, underwriters, agency owners, legal professionals, etc.).
.6 CEU

XBA9507S CE for Insurance Professionals
Covers topics pertinent to insurance professionals (agents, underwriters, agency owners, legal professionals, etc.).
2.4 CEU

XBA9507T DDI-Fac Improved Performance
Equips leaders to help people develop improvement plans, conduct effective improvement discussions and handle the challenges they may encounter in improvement discussions.
.4 CEU

XBA9507U DDI-Core Skls:Bldg Commitment
Helps leaders assess their evolving role and learn to build involvement through use of feedback and effective interaction skills. Examines the importance of a new, powerful role through becoming a catalyst who sparks actions in others.
.4 CEU

XBA9507V Procurement Protests
Provides information on the procurement solicitation protest period. Focuses on the psychology of protests from the supplier and agency perspectives. Answers questions about how to reduce the potential of a protest and how to proceed if a protest actually is submitted.
.7 CEU

XBA9507W Small Bus. Entrepreneurs 101
Assists members of the public who have expressed an interest in business ownership and want direction as to what sort of business to start.
.1 CEU

XBA9507X Employee Inservice
Presents structured employee development opportunities to learn about institutional direction, processes, and initiatives; work toward achieving strategic institutional goals; conduct focuses, project-based work; attend mandatory and optional meetings; and conduct planning and evaluation sessions in work groups.
.6 CEU

XBA9507Y QuickBooks Basics
Provides an overview of QuickBooks software and its basic functions. Su
.8 CEU

XBA9508E Extraordinary Customer Service
Include the elements that comprise effective customer service, the impact it has on business, customer expectations and employee responsibilities. It will focus on developing skills in identifying and satisfying customer needs. Covers customer service concepts including handling difficult customers.
.8 CEU

XBA9508F Contract Administration
Provides information relative to the importance of contract administration in the procurement process. Presents a basic explanation of the essential elements of contract administration and the impact those elements have in real-life situations.
.7 CEU

XBA9508G DAS Public Contracting Rules
Provides an overview of Department of Administrative Services (DAS) Public Contracting Rules and related statutes with primary emphasis on supplies and services.
.7 CEU

XBA9508J Adjunct Spring Institute
Presents a state wide professional development opportunity for adjunct faculty. Topics include teaching and learning strategies, effective learning environments, integrating technology into the classroom, communicating with students and peers, brain research and content specific trainings.
.7 CEU

XBA9508K Motivating Emp in Tough Times
Provides strategies to improve employee morale during economic downturns, reorganizations, or layoffs. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XBA9508L Orient Wkplce Conflict Res
Presents a brief orientation to conflict resolution principles, personal preferences, and strategies. Offered as needed
.2 CEU

XBA9508M Making Cents - Bus Idea Orient
Making Cents - Business Ideas Orientation
.1 CEU

XBA9600B Legal Entity Basics
Focuses on ways to determine the best legal structure for a business and the advantages and disadvantages of sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability, sub-S and regular corporations.
.3 CEU

XBA9600C Financing Basics
Introduces the basics of financing a business start-up operation.
.3 CEU

XBA9600D Bookkeeping Basics
Introduces the basics of bookkeeping in a small business.
.3 CEU

XBA9600E Marketing Basics
Introduces the basics of marketing in a small business.
.3 CEU

XBA9600F Legal Issues
Explores current legal issues and concerns facing today's business owner. Covers whether your company is the right type of entity to get the most limited liability and tax advantages available.
.25 CEU

XBA9600G Accounting Systems Review
Reviews accounting systems recommended for great financial management. Uses current and historical financial data to better organizes, manage, and grow a business "managing by the numbers."
.3 CEU

XBA9600H Cash Flow & Budgeting
Covers developing a budget and improving cash flow management to keep a business healthy.
.3 CEU

XBA9600J Taxation Implications
Reviews current business tax laws, tax traps, savings, liabilities, and documentation requirements.
.3 CEU

XBA9600K Employee Relations
Compares current employment practices and the impact on future plans to attract and retain staff. Explores current labor laws and their effect on future operations.
.3 CEU

XBA9600L Website Strategies
Presents ways to use the Internet to market a business using personal and other websites.
.3 CEU

XBA9600M Marketing & Advertising
Explores ways to enhance and increase sales through market and customer research, better knowledge of competition, pricing strategies, and promotional tactics.
.3 CEU

XBA9600N Start Smart
Examines the basic start-up information about regulations and licensing, taxes and insurance, types of financing and basics of the business plan.
.4 CEU

XBA9600P SBA Loan Information
Introduces financing options, eligibility and credit requirements to start or grow a small business.
.1 CEU

XBA9600Q Selling to the Federal Govt
Market your business to agency: the US government. Covers the process of selling products or services to the government, including using the Internet to find out about selling opportunities.
.35 CEU

XBA9600R Evaluate Franchise Opportunity
Covers whether franchise ownership is a good option. Presents the key steps in evaluating a franchise opportunity.
.25 CEU

XBA9600S ETG Business Plan for Retired
Focuses on generating a business plan. Covers steps involved in writing a business a plan including financial forecasting and marketing. Explores topics such as legal forms, idea assessment, bookkeeping, and accounting.
2.4 CEU

XBA9600T ETG Secrets of the Caterer
Introduces the fundamentals of the catering business, how to cook for large crowds, organize a kitchen, manage time, and work with clients. Focuses on cooking skills every caterer needs with an introduction to the business side of catering.
2.4 CEU

XBA9600U ETG Wow, What a Great Event
Presents strategies to create and coordinate successful special events. Develops skills, find resources, and gain confidence to plan and produce any size or type of event. Provides tips, tools, techniques, and procedures used by experts and master event planners to help avoid embarrassing and costly planning errors or production mistakes.
2.4 CEU

XBA9600V OSHA Workshops
Covers back safety, personal protective equipment, and violence in the workplace.
.35 CEU

XBA9600W Safety Committee Training
Provides safety committee members insight into duties and responsibilities. Introduces safety committee's purpose and operation.
.4 CEU

XBA9600X Safety for Small Business
Designed for employers who want to reduce risks, and ultimately the costs, associated with workplace injuries, illnesses, and fatalities.
.2 CEU

XBA9600Y Take the Fear Out of Financing
Covers the basic tools to manage a business by the numbers.
.25 CEU

XBA9600Z Find, Get & Keep Customers
Covers the basics of selling to the best customers
.25 CEU

XBA9601A Start Up Basics Series
Presents a four-part management series designed for individuals who are getting ready to start a business
1.2 CEU

XBA9601B Protect/Market Your Invention
Introduces and explores the major phases of new product development. Covers product development process from protecting a new idea to securing marketing and manufacturing partners.
.9 CEU

XBA9700D Word Processing/Introduction
Introduces basic word processing in the operation of current word processing software for home and/or small business. Offered as needed
2 CEU

XBA9700E Business Grammar Basics
Targeted for secretaries, office managers, and owners. Explains basic grammar used in business and helps participants avoid common errors. Students practice applying spelling and punctuation rules as well as proofreading.
.6 CEU

XBA9700G Time Management
Focuses on methods that increase efficiency and eliminate time-wasters. Designed for owners and top managers in business, industry, and government.
.7 CEU

XBA9700J Customer Contact Skills
Help develop communication skills between employees and the public. Examines successful communication techniques. Designed for front line staff in business, industry, and government.
.7 CEU

XBA9700K Non-Verbal Communication
Bus Adm, Sm Bus Mgt (non-cr)
.3 CEU

XBA9700L Secretary Week Update
Series of workshops to help clerical and secretarial staff improve and update their knowledge and skills. Topics are designed to improve the efficiency and working conditions within the office.
.35 CEU

XBA9700M Business Writing Refresher
Provides a refresher to Basic English grammar including sentence structure, punctuation, and methods of evaluating and proofreading. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9700P Food Proc Supervisory Spanish
Designed for supervisors and managers who need to communicate in Spanish with seasonal Hispanic employees. Covers introductory information such as pronunciation, clarification techniques, greetings, personal information, numbers, time, weather, seasons, etc. Focuses on work-related language such as clothing, parts of the body, fruits and vegetables, plant locations, safety, commands, and plant procedures. Attention will be given to examining differences between Hispanic and North American culture.
4 CEU

XBA9700Q FP Supervisory Communication
Designed to enhance and improve the communication skills of supervisors. Includes listening techniques, effective messaging, instruction giving, and non-verbal and cross-cultural communication. Features team building activities for cooperation and communication, and public speaking techniques.
4 CEU

XBA9700R Food Processors Reading 1
Designed for employees with little to no reading ability. Learn to read by identifying plant specific and general sight words, read using phonics, create language experience stories, and use learning to read strategies.
3.2 CEU

XBA9700S Food Processors Reading 2
Designed for employees with a basic reading ability who need to improve on-the-job reading skills. Develops vocabulary, improves comprehension of a variety of materials and information. Learn to locate information within a text and from charts, forms, and tables.
3.2 CEU

XBA9700T Food Processors Writing 1
Designed to introduce pre-literate employees to the basics of writing. Students will practice writing through Language Experience Stories, sight words, alphabet practice, phonics and spelling.
3.2 CEU

XBA9700U Food Processors Writing 2
For literate employees who need to improve their writing skills. Covers basic writing concepts and apply them to on-the-job situations and personal needs.
3.2 CEU

XBA9700V Food Processors ESL 1
Designed for second language speakers who have almost no speaking ability in English. Focuses on basic information such as telling time, reading numbers, giving personal information, talking about weather, seasons, family, etc. Attention will also be given to learning plant vocabulary, using clarification techniques, and going over pay and time card procedures.
4 CEU

XBA9700W Food Processors ESL 2
For second language speakers at the advanced beginning level, who have difficulty expressing themselves and being understood in English. Emphasizes communication techniques such as asking questions for clarification, understanding and responding to instructions, and making general conversation. Covers food processing concerns including general safety, food safety, and plant procedures and operations such as time cards, scheduling, wages, shift changes.
4 CEU

XBA9700X Food Processors ESL 3
For second language speakers at the advanced beginning level, who have difficulty expressing themselves and being understood in English. Emphasizes communication techniques such as asking questions for clarification, understanding and responding to instructions, and making general conversation. Covers food processing concerns including general safety, food safety, and plant procedures and operations such as time cards, scheduling, wages, shift changes.
4 CEU

XBA9700Y Food Processor ESL 4-6 SPL
Second language speakers with an intermediate level speaking ability are eligible for this class. They can handle jobs and job training that involve simple oral communication, but preferably where tasks can be demonstrated. Focuses on improving communication in English and on developing knowledge of food processing concerns and procedures. Attention will be given to non-verbal communication and cross-cultural information.
3.2 CEU

XBA9700Z FP Communication Non-Natives
Designed for advanced level (7+ BEST Test) non-native employees. Effective communication techniques practiced while improving command of spoken English. Covers techniques in active listening, getting a message across effectively, and giving instructions. Attention will be given to non-verbal communication and cross-cultural awareness. Team building activities for cooperation and communication as well as public speaking techniques will be featured. Students will enhance their spoken English through accent reduction and intonation and by learning idioms, shop talk, and buzz words.
3.2 CEU

XBA9701A FP Math Fundamentals
Designed for numerically non-literate employees. Participants will work with whole number concept and operations, and apply these basic skills to job tasks and situations. Time concepts and calculations will also be addressed.
3.2 CEU

XBA9701B Food Processors Math 2
Assumes a functional level in basic whole number operations. Develop skills in estimation and fraction/decimal/percent conversion and applications. Mixed operation algebraic formulas and ratio/proportion will also be emphasized. May include calculation and application skills in geometry and English/Metric system of measurement.
3.2 CEU

XBA9701C Food Processors Math 3 (SPC)
Taught in conjunction with, or in preparation for, a company-wide SPC program. Participants will develop statistical skills, including fraction/percentage averages, data collection and organization, and use of a scientific calculator.
3.2 CEU

XBA9701E Cobit Implementation
Provides implementation of CORBIT for information technology professionals and managers using this IT control methodology. Covers the executive summary, framework, detailed control objectives, and audit guidelines. Provides detailed information on the development and use of the implementation tool set.
1.4 CEU

XBA9701F Arch & Engineering Contract
Designed for local and state government agencies purchasing personnel who will be contracting for architecture and engineering services. Focuses on the unique statutory requirements and solution rules. Covers the process for entering into an architecture and engineering service for local and state improvements.
.7 CEU

XBA9701H Writing a Statement of Work
Applies to public agency purchasing personnel. Focuses on how to write a statement of work for a personal services contract. Covers the common elements of a statement of work; how to write clearly and concisely when specifying the needs of the agency; and the importance of creating a good statement of work. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XBA9701J Contract Negotiations Workshop
Applies to public agency purchasing personnel. Focuses on effective negotiation strategies when dealing with external and internal customers. Includes differentiating between using negotiations as a problem-solving tool rather than a positioning tool. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XBA9701K ESL for Food Processors
Provides employees of food processing companies with better on-the-job communication skills with English speaking co-workers and supervisors.
1 CEU

XBA9701M Oreg Smart Buy Training Wkshp
Assists state employees in understanding strategic source methodologies and how use the tools and concepts for procurement activities.
1.2 CEU

XBA9701N Ethics & Contracting Workshop
Examines ethics in the procurement and contracting profession for governmental officials. Addresses ethics in relation to laws and policies and conflict of interest, both potential and actual.
.7 CEU

XBA9701P Customer Service: Foundation
Prepares customer service representatives to answer customer bank account and product inquiries, using computer, accounting and telephone skills.
12 CEU

XBA9701Q Customer Service: Performance
Prepares customer service representatives to demonstrate correct steps in servicing account and product inquiries through simulated activities and on-the-job supervised sessions. Prerequisite: XBA9701P
12 CEU

XBA9701S Doing Bus. with State of OR
Presents an overview of the steps required for conducting business wit the State of Oregon and navigating the state's e-procurement system, ORPIN (Oregon Procurement Information Network).
.1 CEU

XBA9701T Contract Management
Provides an overview of key elements in a collective bargaining agreement (contract).
.15 CEU

XBA9701U Using Chemeketa Resources
Provides Chemeketa employees with an overview of electronic resources to quickly and accurately locate to respond to customer needs.
.15 CEU

XBA9701V Principles/Public Contracting
Covers principles, processes, and protocols of contract management and administration within the State of Oregon.
4.4 CEU

XBA9701W Comp. Leadership Essentials
Presents ways in which to effectively develop leadership skills, create meaningful conversations and achieve a more comprehensive approach to leadership. Explores the many facets of today's diverse workplace. Covers how to chart a more explicit career course, setting personal and professional goals, and refining and developing a range of motivational practices for use as a leader. Focuses on developing clear expectations and effective teams.
1.8 CEU

XBA9701X Leadership Essentials 1
Presents ways in which to effectively develop leadership skills, create meaningful conversations, and achieve a more comprehensive approach to leadership.
.6 CEU

XBA9701Y Leadership Essentials 2
Presents ways in which to effectively develop leadership skills, create meaningful conversations and achieve a more comprehensive approach to leadership. Explores the many facets of today’s diverse workplace. Offered as needed
.9 CEU

XBA9701Z Leadership Essentials 3
Presents ways in which to effectively develop leadership skills, create meaningful conversations and achieve a more comprehensive approach to leadership. Explores the many facets of today's diverse workplace. Covers how to chart a more explicit career course and set personal and professional goals.
1.2 CEU

XBA9702A Leadership Essentials 4
Presents ways in which to effectively develop leadership skills, create meaningful conversations and achieve a more comprehensive approach to leadership. Explores the many facets of today's diverse workplace. Covers charting an explicit career course, setting personal and professional goals, and refining and developing a range of motivational practices for use as a leader.
1.5 CEU

XBA9702B PT Faculty Fall Inservice
Presents structured employee development opportunities to learn about institutional direction, processes, and initiatives; academic department goals and expectations; attend trainings on teaching and learning topics.
.3 CEU

XBA9702C Identity Theft Protection Act
Presents information for business owner's as it relates to the new Oregon Identify Theft Protection Act.
.3 CEU

XBA9702D Coaching Emp Business Success
Presents step-by-step process for effectively coaching employees to achieve success in the workplace. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XBA9702E ETG Project Mgt Applications
Provides additional skills and knowledge for quantitative and qualitative project management applications. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9702F ETG Accounting Fundamentals 2
Explore such topics as special journals, uncollectible accounts receivable, plant assets, depreciation, notes and interest, accrued revenue and expenses, dividends, retained earnings, and various financial reports for corporations. Prerequisite: XBT9000B, ETG Accounting Fundamentals course; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9702G ETG Adv Grant Proposal Writing
Focuses on researching and writing proposals. Includes information to develop proposal attachments, including information on the organization's structure, administration, and finances. Prerequisite: Completion of an introductory grant writing course or equivalent experience. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9702H ETG Grant Writing Consultant
Builds upon a basic knowledge of grant or proposal writing to become a consultant in the grant writing field. Prerequisite: Basic experience with the grant writing process, Internet access, email, and Internet Explorer, Netscape, or Firefox Web browser. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9702J ETG Business Marketing Writing
Presents the fundamentals of writing copy that achieves business and marketing goals. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9702K ETG Intro to QuickBooks 2007
QuickBooks Pro 2010 or QuickBooks Premier 2010 (install software before the course begins); Microsoft Windows XP; Internet access; e-mail; and the Internet Explorer, Netscape, Firefox Web browser. Course is not suitable for Macintosh users, nor for users of QuickBooks Online or QuickBooks SimpleStart. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9702L ETG QuickBooks 2006/Payroll
Details all the steps needed for proper set-up in QuickBooks including accessing information on the Internal Revenue Service web site including creating a new employee, tracking time, job cost data, and generating required forms and reports for payroll purposes. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9702M ETG QuickBooks 2007/Payroll
Details the steps needed to use QuickBooks to perform payroll processes. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9702N ETG Get Grants
Focuses on the skills needed to prepare professional, and competitive, and compelling grant proposals. Offered as needed
0 CEU

XBA9702P ETG Creating a Nonprofit Org
Focuses on forming a new nonprofit organization, converting an informal group to tax-exempt status, or reorganizing an existing organization. Covers practical how-to information about incorporation, organization, and other issues pertinent to a nonprofit start-up. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9702Q ETG Intro to Nonprofit Mgt
Focuses on the skills and strategies needed to become an integral part of one of America’s fastest growing service sectors. Presents the unique characteristics of nonprofit organizations along with the core skills necessary to become an effective leader in the nonprofit arena. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9702R ETG Principles of Marketing
Presents the processes involved in market analysis and planning that, along with associated roles, creates effective marketing efforts which build a bond between customers and sellers.
2.4 CEU

XBA9702S ETG Principles of Sales Mgt
Examines the roles and responsibilities of sales managers. Presents the skills needed to prepare and lead better sales meetings and covers how to resolve team conflict and master the art of sales training.
2.4 CEU

XBA9702T ETG Publish it Yourself
Presents ways to format published works in your own publishing company, including how to plan and design a cover, select paper, choose a printer, price your publications, establish distribution channels, acquire barcodes, and register your works. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9702U ETG Managerial Accounting
Introduces the use of financial information to organize and govern finances within an organization. Creates a basis for understanding and analyzing financial statements in preparation for making effective financial decisions at a managerial level.
2.4 CEU

XBA9702V ETG Marketing Your Nonprofit
Examines the use of marketing techniques to compete more effectively for customers, donors, members, and volunteers. Presents ideas for using the media to communicate an organization's message and further its ideals and goals.
0 CEU

XBA9702W ETG Mastery of Business Apps
Examines how marketing differs from sales, how the marketing concept helps a firm succeed, and why consumer behavior is such a challenging topic. Discusses the basics of international business and the various options and requirements for success. Looks at the nature of information technology and how operations management helps increase efficiency and effectiveness. Presents the definition of quality, the nature of Six Sigma and total quality management (TQM), and how to implement a quality culture. Focuses on the nature of project management and the different phases of the project life cycle.
2.4 CEU

XBA9702X ETG Mastery of Business Fund
Examines the significance of strategic planning and how external and internal environmental factors affect an organization. Discusses various organizational structures and how to use leadership, motivation, and control for maximum impact. Presents the fundamentals of accounting, key financial terms, cash flow management, financial statements, and cost control. Reviews the difference between financial and cost accounting, various financial investment models, the basics of financial planning, and budgeting methods.
2.4 CEU

XBA9702Y ETG Writng Eff Grant Proposals
Presents the fundamentals of developing grant proposals to receive funding from corporations or foundations, including careful research, meticulous preparation, and graceful writing.
2.4 CEU

XBA9702Z Women Leading Women
Covers issues related to personal and professional development and growth of women leaders. Each session discusses the application of the topic(s) to a woman leader's experience and provides a network of colleagues for engaging in communication and problem solving. Identifies resources for continued exploration of related concerns in today's business environment.
3.6 CEU

XBA9703A ETG QuickBooks 2010/Contractor
Addresses the specific accounting needs of the construction industry.
2.4 CEU

XBA9703B ETG QuickBooks 2007/Contractor
Addresses the specific accounting needs of the construction industry using QuickBooks 2007 software.
2.4 CEU

XBA9703C Small Business Management 2
Builds on the foundational work of SBM 1. Each business receives monthly advising sessions, including a review of operations and issues with a focus on a primary business goal established by the client.
51 CEU

XBA9703D Small Business Roundtable 2
Builds on the foundational work of SBM 1. Each business receives monthly advising sessions including a review of operations and issues with a focus on a primary business goal established by the client.
3 CEU

XBA9703E Small Business Management ODOT
Established business owners whose principal business activities are ODOT related, will build their business foundation through monthly informational business lectures, discussion and interactive participation, in-class activities, independent work, and advising sessions.
51 CEU

XBA9703F Small Business Roundtable ODOT
Established business owners whose principal business activities are ODOT related, will build their business foundation through monthly informational business lectures, discussion and interactive participation, in-class activities, independent work and advising sessions.
3 CEU

XBA9703G ETG Intro to QuickBooks 2010
An overview of QuickBooks 2010. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XBA9703H QuickBooks Boot Camp 1
Introduces QuickBooks software to established and emerging business owners. Presents the necessary features for basic operation of the accounting software.
.6 CEU

XBA9703J QuickBooks Boot Camp 2
Presents advanced features of QuickBooks software to established and emerging business owners. Presents operational features of accounting software for paying bills, tracking credit card receipts, and accounts payable. Prerequisite: XBA9504Q, QuickBooks Boot Camp 1
.6 CEU

XBA9703K SimpleStart Boot Camp
Introduces the basics of recordkeeping and Simple Start accounting software for emerging business owners. Presents the necessary components of an accounting system, including organization of records, creating basic hand ledger systems, and the use of Quick Books Simple Start to automate recordkeeping.
.6 CEU

XBA9703L Business Plan Boot Camp
Presents concepts for developing a one page business plan.
.6 CEU

XBA9703M Chemeketa Meeting Management
Outlines the basic principles of conducting effective meetings. Sp
.15 CEU

XBA9703N ETG Achvg Succ w/Dffclt People
Focuses on how to have more successful relationships with difficult bosses, co-workers, students, neighbors, and family members.
2.4 CEU

XBA9703P Manufacturing Supervisory Skil
Provides basic leadership and supervisory skills for manufacturing team leaders or first in line supervisors.
.8 CEU

XBA9703Q Business Literacy
Provides employees with basic information on business structure and operation and discusses application of the topic to their business.
.4 CEU

XBA9703R Relationship-Based Sales/Mktg
Examines relationship-based strategies used to increase overall sales and customer service.
1.6 CEU

XBA9703S ETG: PM Fundamentals
Provides essential information needed to prepare and complete projects. Presents one of two courses designed to prepare students for Project Management Professional (PMP) and the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) exam offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI). Prerequisite: Internet access, e-mail, and the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browser.
2.4 CEU

XBA9703T ETG: Leadership
Provides an introduction to leadership, principles and methods. Prerequisite: Internet access, e-mail, and and the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browser.
2.4 CEU

XBA9703U Problem Solving Orientation
Provides an overview of selected problem solving tools and processes.
.4 CEU

XBA9703V Problem Solving Trainer
Provides an overview of how to teach problem solving strategies and tools.
1.6 CEU

XBA9703W Problem Solving for Industry
Provides an introduction to problem solving processes and tools used in continuous improvement. Designed for employees with little or no experience in problem solving processes and tools. May be used as a refresher.
1.3 CEU

XBA9703X GES: Lean Mastery
Focuses on improving organizational performance through an overhaul of its value stream by focusing on lean principles of value, waste elimination, and continuous incremental improvement.
6 CEU

XBA9703Y Lean Office: Simulation
Introduces the business operating system of Lean Enterprise System and includes basic concepts and terminology using a Lego airplane factory simulation to assist in teaching the concepts.
.4 CEU

XBA9703Z Lean Office: Mapping Concepts
Introduces value stream mapping as part of the Lean Enterprise System. Includes basic Lean concepts and terminology in the development of a plan for improving a real life office value stream using Lean concepts and tools. Recommended Prerequisite: XBA9703Y
.4 CEU

XBA9704A Strength in Diversity
Engages participants in discussions of tolerance, diversity, personal values, and responsibility as it applies to the workplace and beyond. Challenges participants to question their own assumptions and present fresh perspectives. Draws on the experience of participants as the basis for formulating solution-oriented action plans. Offers new paradigms that reframe professional roles in terms of commitment and contribution to diversity initiatives
2 CEU

XBA9704B Recruiting & Equitable Hiring
Prepare participants for the responsibility of serving on a college hiring (search) committee. Covers Equal Employment Opportunity Commission regulations as well as the Chemeketa recruitment process. Emphasizes clear expectations and responsibilities of those serving on a search committee.
.1 CEU

XBA9704C Introduction to Social Media
Introduces social media, online communication, and top sites. Discusses business application for communication, customer retention, branding, marketing, research, needs assessments, and serving the needs of customers or clients.
1.6 CEU

XBA9704D Intgrtng Social Media Yr Org
Provides instruction in how to create a private, organizational network using Ning, Google Docs and calendars, and the interactive Web 2.0 site.
1.6 CEU

XBA9704E Marketing Using Social Media
Introduces the use of social media as a marketing and communications tool.
1.6 CEU

XBA9704F Problem Solving Fundamentals
Introduces the process of carrying out and completing a problem solving assignment in a business environment. Includes information regarding basic problem solving fundamentals, research techniques, data analysis, and report writing.
.8 CEU

XBA9704G Effective Short Presentations
Provides instruction on public speaking in a business setting; use of visuals, media, and fielding impromptu questions at meetings and community forums.
.8 CEU

XBA9704H Supervisor/Manager Institute
Provides foundational skills for effective employee supervision and management.
3.2 CEU

XBA9704J Supervisor/Mgr Wkshp (Generic)
Provides the foundational skills of effective employee supervision and management.
.4 CEU

XBA9704K Customer Svc/Govt Employees
Provides techniques for interacting with the public. Includes strategies for handling negativity, maintaining constituent trust, and using appropriate e-mail and telephone etiquette.
.8 CEU

XBA9704L Collaborative Leadership
Focuses the integration of relationship building with work groups. Covers task achievement to empower employees and achieve shared goals.
.4 CEU

XBA9704M Workplace Conflict Resolution
Enables participants to identify their preferences, strengths, and weaknesses and to use them as a catalyst to resolve workplace conflict.
.4 CEU

XBA9704N Budget Access Training
Introduces Deans, Directors, Program Chairs or Coordinators, Administrative Assistants and others who have budget access from the financial manager of specific Orgs (account numbers). How to review orgs online through MyChemeketa. Covers financial status, how to access the static web reports for Deans/Directors, and how to review Encumbrances (POs, etc.) online. Explains the differences between general fund, self-support and grants org queries. Also presents other online resources and guides. Offered as needed
.2 CEU

XBA9704P Writing for Business
Focuses on common writing best practices in the business environment with an emphasis on grammar and sentence structure. Offered as needed
1.2 CEU

XBA9704Q Project Mgt for Business
Provides an overview of the critical concepts needed to plan, implement, control and close any type of business project. Offered as needed
1.6 CEU

XBA9704R Leading Effective Meetings
Covers the criteria essential to leading an effective and valuable meeting. Offered as needed
1.1 CEU

XBA9704S SBM Mastery
Continues the foundational work laid in Small Business Management 1 and 2. Each business receives business advising each quarter, along with a quarterly class structured around current business topics. Offered as needed
17 CEU

XBA9704T Root Cause Analysis
Provides an overview of Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and how the process of forecasting or predicting events before they occur, saves time and money. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XBA9704U Customer Care/Quality Control
Reviews exceptional customer service characteristics, and how policies and complaint procedures effect internal and external customer satisfaction. Offered as needed
.7 CEU

XBA9704V Supervisor Training
Provides instruction on Chemeketa’s management competencies. Explains and explores elements of and strategies for effective communication, facilitating team success, adjusting to circumstances, and achieving results; and identifies resources for supervisors. Prerequisite: Required for all new supervisors (one year or less).
.2 CEU

XBA9704W New Supervisor Training
Provides an overview of the college, contract management, and legal compliance; and provides resources and instruction on critical internal information for new supervisors.
.4 CEU

XBA9704X Faculty Adv/Student Success
Focuses on using online tools including ChemekNET. Presents methods and strategies promoting first year student advising outcomes, retention, completion, and success. Offered as needed
.3 CEU

XBA9704Y Safe Zone Training
Prepares participants to effectively interact with and support persons from sexual minority groups. Offered as needed
.2 CEU

XBA9704Z Customer Svc for Public Works
Provides an overview of best practices public works customer service skills and outlines tips and strategies for diffusing challenging customer interactions. Sp
.7 CEU

XBA9705A Delivering Short Bsns Present
Covers the essential elements of delivering a short business presentation. Offered as needed
.7 CEU

XBA9705B Two Pass Writing for Business
Illustrates how stream of consciousness writing influences the reader’s interpretation and provides quick tips on adding clarity and coherence to reports. Offered as needed
.7 CEU

XBA9705C New Mexico CPO Certification
Supports the State of New Mexico’s procurement certification program for the Chief Procurement Officers of all New Mexico state agencies and local public bodies (per NMSA Laws 2013, 13-1-95.2). Examines the basic New Mexico procurement code, rules, and laws relative to acceptable sourcing processes and tasks based on professional best practices, state policy, and regulations. Includes key task and quality requirements for Invitation to Bid and Request for Proposal solicitation methods. Examines the role and responsibilities of the Chief Procurement Officer under the code, with attention to the type and value of centralized procurement functions; and highlights the state policy of fairness, value, quality, and integrity in all aspects of New Mexico public procurement activities. Offered as needed
2 CEU

XBI0001A Field ID/Willamette Val Birds
Introduces students to birds and bird-watching. Focuses on identifying the diverse migrant and resident bird life found at The Oregon Garden (and in the surrounding area) during and after the fall migration. Covers field marks, vocalizations, and habitat preferences of as many birds as can be found during three Saturday field trips.
0 Non-Credit

XBI0001C Plant ID Native Oregon
Introduces the basics of identifying common plants native to the valleys, mountains, and coastal regions of Oregon.
0 Non-Credit

XBI0001D Organic Gardening
Explores gardening practices that build a healthy and productive garden, while working in concert with nature. Covers healthy soil-building practices and fertilizing with organic amendments. Focuses on integrated pest management techniques (IPM) and attracting beneficial insects and animals to the garden. Includes information on low-impact lawns and landscapes.
0 Non-Credit

XBI0001F Oregon Coast Field Trip
Presents a field study of adaptations that allow organisms to maintain homeostasis. Includes a required all-day field trip to the coast with field work at Boiler Bay, the dunes adjacent to the Yaquina Bay south Jetty and Mike Miller County Park. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in BI103 Lecture and Lab
0 Non-Credit

XBI0001G Cascades Field Trip
Presents a field study of vegetative diversity and climatic adaptation within local ecoregions through a required all-day trip from the Salem campus over the Santiam Pass with multiple stops to examine the flora of local ecoregions. Includes stops at House Rock State Park, Tombstone Summit, Lost Prairie, Little Nash Crater, Hoodoo Ski Area and the Headwaters of the Metolius River. Attendance is limited. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in BI101 General Biology, lecture and lab.
0 Non-Credit

XBI0713A Science Study Labs
Offers the opportunity to review select laboratory exercises offered during scheduled laboratory sessions for co-enrolled students enrolled in the courses listed above. Provides specific laboratory-based materials are available for student use. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in BI231, BI232 or BI233 and BI101, BI102 or BI103. F, W, Sp, Su
0 Non-Credit

XBI0713B Science Study
Offers the opportunity to review select laboratory exercises offered during scheduled laboratory sessions. Provides specific laboratory-based materials.
0 Non-Credit

XBI0713C Science Study Labs
Offers the opportunity to review select laboratory exercises offered during scheduled laboratory sessions. Provides specific laboratory-based materials.
0 Non-Credit

XBI9000A Natural Resources Institute
Focuses on providing teachers with resources and field experiences which use community-based natural resource activities for educational programs.
3.5 CEU

XBLD9000B Construction Print Reading
Provides instruction in reading construction drawings used in both residential and commercial construction. Introduces to terminology, abbreviations, symbols, construction notes, component schedules and materials common to the different construction trades through the use of sample plans. Includes a refresher in fractional math, instruction on reading of architect's and engineer's scales, an overview of dimensioning practices, and an explanation of plan views, elevations, cross-sections, and sectional details.
2 CEU

XBLD9000C GES: Principles of Green Bldgs
Provides an introduction in how to improve building energy efficiency. May be used to prepare for green building industry certification.
3 CEU

XBLD9000D Oregon Bldg Code Update
Provides history and overview of the Oregon Building Code changes.
.8 CEU

XBLD9000E HB3462 Plumbing Inspector
Offers applicants approved by the Oregon Building Codes Division for the Specialized Plumbing Inspector Certification program certification training to inspect specific plumbing and piping systems conveying potable water, storm, or domestic sanitary sewage in buildings less than 75 feet above grade in height as defined in the Oregon Structural Specialty Code and containing a building water service less than two inches in nominal interior diameter. Prerequisite: Pre-approved by the Oregon Building Codes Division. Offered as needed
2 CEU

XBLD9000F HB3462 Solar Inspector
Offers applicants approved by the Oregon Building Codes Division for the Specialized Solar PV Inspector Certification program certification training to conduct inspections of the structural and electrical systems for solar PV installations up to 25 Kw that follow the prescriptive installation provisions in section 305.4 of the Oregon Solar Installation Specialty Code. Prerequisite: Pre-approval by the Oregon Building Codes Division. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XBLD9000G 2010 OR Energy Code Changes
Summarizes interpretations of energy use related to the 2010 Oregon Energy Efficiency Specialty Code. Covers energy use, organization and makeup of the code chapters, energy and the building envelope, energy and mechanical systems, and the energy savings in lighting systems. Offered as needed
.35 CEU

XBLD9000H HB3462 Electric Inspector Cert
Provides certification training to inspect non-complex electrical systems in buildings less than 75 feet above grade as defined in the Oregon Structural Specialty Code (OSSC) where the building service or the feeder to the electrical installation being inspected is not more than 400 amps at less than 150 volts to ground or 200 amps at 150 volts or more to ground. Prerequisite: Pre-approval by the Oregon Building Codes Division for the Specialized Electrical Inspector Certification program. Offered as needed
3 CEU

XBLD9000J Green Building Certification
Introduces green building rating systems with a concentration on LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and the five pillars of green building. Offered as needed
.2 CEU

XBLD9000K Intro to Photovoltaic Systems
Provides an introduction to the fundamental principles of the application, design, installation and operation of grid-tied and stand-alone photovoltaic (PV) systems. Prepares participants for the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) PV Entry Level exam. Offered as needed
4 CEU

XBLD9000L 2010 OSSC Chapter 11/ADA
Covers the Oregon Structural Specialty Code Revised Accessibility Provisions. Provides a working knowledge of the accessibility criteria as proposed in the 2010 OSSC Accessibility revisions based on the incorporation of the 2009 International Building Code and 2010 ADA Standards. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XBLD9000M Introduction to Sustainability
Introduces basics of sustainability including system thinking perspectives and The Natural Step, a scientifically based decision making process. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XBLD9000N HB3462 Spec Final Inspect Cert
Provides cross-certified training to conduct final inspections of one- and two-family residences. Includes structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems. Covers mechanical, electrical and plumbing for water heater replacement or mechanical and electrical inspections of certain furnace and heat pump replacements. Offered as needed
2.8 CEU

XBLD9000P Essentials/Energy Efficiency
Introduces elements of energy efficiency in building and manufacturing settings. Covers the building as a system: insulation lighting, windows, HVAC, and equipment, and highlights best practices and resources available in Oregon. Offered as needed
.2 CEU

XBSD0970A College Skills Enhancement
This five week intensive course is designed to improve student’s math, communication and cognitive skills in order to obtain employment, to enter another college program, or to enter a post-secondary training program. Prerequisite: BASIS reading score of 236 or above and a high school diploma or GED. Completion of the Life Skills Seminar is also recommended.
0 Non-Credit

XBSD0970B Basic Skills Development
Focuses on improving students’ fundamental reading, writing, and/or math skills needed to enter another college program, to enter a post-secondary training program, or to obtain employment. Determines students’ present skill levels in reading, writing, or math. Assigns students to content courses and appropriate facilitated study and offers on-going assessment of student progress. Assists students in reaching learning goals. Prerequisite: 1. High School Graduation or GED AND Chemeketa Placement Test recommendations: Reading (ASSET 33 or below; COMPASS 56 or below); Writing (ASSET 32 or below; COMPASS 27 or below); Math (ASSET 28 or below; COMPASS 17 or below); 2. OR instructor approval
0 Non-Credit

XBSD0970C Basic Skills Development
Focuses on improving students’ fundamental reading, writing, and/or math skills needed to enter another college program, to enter a post-secondary training program, or to obtain employment. Determines students’ present skill levels in reading, writing, or math. Assigns students to content courses and appropriate facilitated study and offers on-going assessment of student progress. Assists students in reaching learning goals. Prerequisite: High School Graduation or GED AND Chemeketa Placement Test recommendations: Reading (ASSET 33 or below; COMPASS 56 or below); Writing (ASSET 32 or below; COMPASS 27 or below); Math (ASSET 28 or below; COMPASS 17 or below); OR instructor approval
0 Non-Credit

XBSD0970D Basic Skills Development
Focuses on improving students’ fundamental reading, writing, and/or math skills needed to enter another college program, to enter a post-secondary training program, or to obtain employment. Determines students’ present skill levels in reading, writing, or math. Assigns students to content courses and appropriate facilitated study and offers on-going assessment of student progress. Assists students in reaching learning goals. Prerequisite: High School Graduation or GED AND Chemeketa Placement Test recommendations: Reading (ASSET 33 or below; COMPASS 56 or below); Writing (ASSET 32 or below; COMPASS 27 or below); Math (ASSET 28 or below; COMPASS 17 or below); OR instructor approval.
0 Non-Credit

XBSD0970E Basic Skills Development
Focuses on improving students’ fundamental reading, writing, and/or math skills needed to enter another college program, to enter a post-secondary training program, or to obtain employment. Determines students’ present skill levels in reading, writing, or math. Assigns students to content courses and appropriate facilitated study and offers on-going assessment of student progress. Assists students in reaching learning goals. Prerequisite: High School Graduation or GED AND Chemeketa Placement Test recommendations: Reading (ASSET 33 or below; COMPASS 56 or below) ; Writing (ASSET 32 or below; COMPASS 27 or below); Math (ASSET 28 or below; COMPASS 17 or below); OR instructor approval.
0 Non-Credit

XBSD0970F Basic Skills Dev/Math
Improves the fundamental math skills students need to enter another college program, to enter a post-secondary training program, or to obtain employment. Determines students’ present skill levels in math. Assigns students to content courses and appropriate facilitated study. Offers on-going assessment of student progress. Assists students in reaching learning goals. Prerequisite: Chemeketa Placement Test recommendations: Math (ASSET 28 or below; COMPASS 17 or below); or Instructor approval.
0 Non-Credit

XBT0740A Gregg Shorthand
Provides Gregg Shorthand techniques as a tool for note taking or making notes or composing other pertinent data by hand.
0 Non-Credit

XBT0740B Basic Office Assistant Skills
Focuses on office procedures and protocols, recordkeeping, project management, and the use of office equipment. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XBT0740C BOA Communication & Etiquette
Focuses on communication skills and office etiquette. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XBT0740D BOA Office Simulation
Focuses on applying basic skills in a simulated office environment. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XBT0740E Office Assistant Skill Series
Provides foundational skills for effective office assistant and reception roles in the workplace. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XBT9000B ETG Accounting Fundamentals
Focuses on the fundamentals of accounting. Covers the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, financial transactions, financial reports, accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes, and various common banking activities. Designed for people in the bookkeeping and accounting industry.
2.4 CEU

XBT9000C Reclaiming Your Inbox
Provides strategies for optimizing the use of e-mail by improving message quality, reducing the number of messages sent and received, and receiving and providing coaching.
.15 CEU

XBT9000D Employee Dashboard Searching
Reviews the tools and methods for searching content within the Employee Dashboard portal.
.1 CEU

XBT9000E Email Management
Provide Chemeketa employees with training on college procedures and expectations in the use of e-mail and features of the current e-mail system that support those expectations.
.15 CEU

XBT9700B ETG Admin Asst Fundamentals
Covers roles, duties, and responsibilities of administrative assistants.
2.4 CEU

XCA0001M PC's for Job Seekers
Covers basic functions of Career Center computers specific to the job search process. Includes using basic Windows, Internet, and job search software functions needed to conduct a successful job search.
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741C Digital Image/Photoshop Series
Introduces students to the concepts of digital image manipulation and correction.
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741D Digital Image/Photoshop Beg.
Introduces the basics of using Adobe PhotoShop Elements to crop, resize, and touch-up digital images.
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741E Digital Image/Photoshop Int.
Introduces more advanced Adobe PhotoShop Elements skills, including layers, retouching, and adding text to digital images.
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741F Digital Image/Photoshop Adv.
Introduces advanced Adobe PhotoShop Elements skills, including filters to clean and/or distort digital images and combine multiple digital images into one image, and adjust colors.
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741G MS Windows for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to navigating MS Windows OS. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741H MS Word for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Word software. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741J MS Excel for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Excel software. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741K MS Outlook for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Outlook software. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741L MS Access for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Access software. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741M MS Access Int. for Workplace
MS Access for the Workplace, or familiarity with Access fundamentals. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741N MS PowerPoint for Workplace
Introduces basic features of Microsoft PowerPoint. Covers overhead transparencies, 35-mm slides, and electronic slide presentations from a listing of facts and figures. Uses multimedia slides, charts, outlines, and graphs. Includes clip art and hypertext links. Explores how to get help and download new templates from Microsoft's web site. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741P MS Publisher for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Publisher software. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741Q Computer Apps Workplace Series
Covers foundational computer application skills for the workplace. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741R Adobe InDesign Creative Suite
Provides an introduction in the use and application of Adobe InDesign software. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills.
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741S Adobe InDesign - Continuing
Designed for professional users. Provides an introduction and overview of Adobe InDesign software programs. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741T Workplace Computer Skills
Provides computer skills essential for the workplace. Includes the application of MS Windows operating system, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, publishing and basic computer hardware troubleshooting skills. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA9600B Word Process App Introduction
Focuses on creating letters, memos, and tables. Presents creating, saving, and retrieving documents; running the spelling and grammar checkers; using character formats such as fonts, point sizes and character attributes, and paragraph formats such as alignment, bullets and numbering, tables, and borders; creating autotext and tables. Prerequisite: Windows experience recommended.
.6 CEU

XCA9600C Word Process App Intermediate
Provides an intermediate-level exploration of Word for Windows. Covers functions to sort information; create envelopes, use the merge function to merge letters, envelopes, and labels; create outlines; use the thesaurus effectively; use Wizards to create new documents; create simple macros; customize the toolbar; and create templates. Designed for individuals with some experience with Word for Windows. Prerequisite: Windows and Word experience recommended.
.6 CEU

XCA9600D Spreadsheet Application Intro
Introduces the basics of Excel spreadsheets through demonstration, discussion, and hands-on experience. Designed for individuals with little or no experience with Excel. Prerequisite: Windows experience recommended
.6 CEU

XCA9600E Spreadsheet App Intermediate
Explores , at an intermediate level, Excel's data handling functions and more complex formulas and functions. Designed for individuals familiar with the basics of Excel. Prerequisite: Basic Excel functions.
.6 CEU

XCA9600F WordPerfect Windows 1
Introduces basic features of WordPerfect for Windows for fundamental word processing functions. Prerequisite: Keyboarding skills and basic component identification.
.4 CEU

XCA9600G WordPerfect Windows 2
Through discussion, demonstration, and hands-on experience, participants will learn how they can be more effective with WordPerfect by utilizing columns, tables, and mail merge. Prerequisite: Knowledge of Windows, WordPerfect for Windows - Level 1, Keyboarding skills and basic component identification.
.4 CEU

XCA9600H MS PowerPoint
Introduces basic features of Microsoft PowerPoint. Covers overhead transparencies, 35-mm slides, and electronic slide presentations from a listing of facts and figures. Uses multimedia slides, charts, outlines, and graphs. Includes clip art and hypertext links. Teaches how to get help and download new templates from Microsoft's web site.
.8 CEU

XCA9600J Quicken for Windows 1
Provides a review of Quicken, the home and business finance manager. Through discussion, demonstration, and hands-on experience, this workshop introduces both the home option and small business operation of this software.
.4 CEU

XCA9600K QuickBooks 1- Intro & More
Introduces QuickBooks 5.0 software and common accounting and software terms. Covers setting up a company, opening balances, working with and customizing lists, and setting up inventories. Includes learning how to sell products and services.
1 CEU

XCA9600L QuickBks 2: Forms/Report/Bills
Covers QuickBooks 5.0 software and how to create new forms, customize forms, process payments, use multiple QuickBooks bank accounts, enter and pay bills, and customize QuickReports.
1 CEU

XCA9600M Photoshop 6.0
Introduces the Photoshop environment and the fundamentals of image editing including how to modify and manipulate photographs. Presents concepts and techniques for creating and optimizing images for display on the web or other electronic output. Emphasizes work with Photoshop commands and tools. Includes concepts that tie together multiple techniques to create effects and to make work more efficient. Prerequisite: Basic understanding of your computer operating system.
2.1 CEU

XCA9600N Visio 2000 Basic
Presents basic concepts for creating flowcharts, cross-functional flowcharts, and organization charts. Includes the basics for using and creating shapes, printing drawings, creating custom stencils, and many time-saving shortcuts and techniques designed to increase user productivity. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills and Windows.
.7 CEU

XCA9600P PageMaker, Introduction
Introduces PageMaker and its use as a tool for creating publications. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills.
.7 CEU

XCA9600Q FrontPage 2000
Presents FrontPage 2000 features to create web pages and manage web sites for the World Wide Web or their corporate intranet. Prerequisite: Windows 98:Introduction or Windows 98:Introduction, Word 2000: Level 1 and Word 2000: Level 2, Internet Explorer 4.0: Introduction, and Web surfing experience. Recommended but not required: HTML 4.0 Programming: Level 1
.7 CEU

XCA9600T Spreadsheet Application Adv
Presents the skills to create reports using advanced features of Microsoft Excel, such as Solver, Goal Seek, and Scenario Manager. includes consolidating workbooks and using internal and external data. Prerequisite: Designed for experienced users of Microsoft Excel.
.6 CEU

XCA9600U Word Processing App - Advanced
Presents advanced features of Word including tables, graphics, importing Excel files, indexes, and sorting information. Prerequisite: Windows experience recommended; previous courses in Word basic or intermediate level.
.6 CEU

XCA9600V BrioQuery Introduction
Focuses on constructing effective queries to select, view, and print desired data.
.7 CEU

XCA9600W BrioQuery Reporting
Builds on BrioQuery basics and focuses on advanced reporting features. Prerequisite: Completion of BrioQuery Introduction class, or equivalent experience.
.7 CEU

XCA9600X MS PowerPoint Advanced
Introduces advanced features of Microsoft PowerPoint. Covers editing, customizing, and adding special effects. Teaches expanding slide shows and using multiple features to reach wider audiences. Prerequisite: MS PowerPoint
.7 CEU

XCA9600Y ETG Intro to Quark Xpress 5.0
Covers the use of QuarkXPress software to create brochures, catalogs, magazines and other printed materials. Focuses on graphic design and desktop publishing principles, including page layout, typography, image manipulation, and color management. Prerequisite: MS PowerPoint
2.4 CEU

XCA9600Z ETG Navigating Your Palm Pilot
Presents the functions and add-on applications of using a Palm Pilot and Palm Operating System (OS). Covers purchasing a Palm Pilot. Class fee $68. F
2.4 CEU

XCA9601A Microsoft Project
Focuses on use and management of the Microsoft Project -- project management software. Includes use of the tools to set-up, manage, and maintain projects. Prerequisite: Basic Windows and project management skills helpful
1.4 CEU

XCA9601B PDA Basics
Covers use of the basic features of a Personal Data Assistant (PDA) for scheduling, contact management, to-do lists, and memo functions.
.3 CEU

XCA9601C Updating to Word 2007
Focuses on transitioning from using Microsoft Word 2003 to Microsoft Word 2007. Examines the new structure and vocabulary of this word processing program. Provides reference materials and directions for accessing related web sites.
.1 CEU

XCA9601D Adobe Photoshop CS3
Provides an introduction in the use and application of Adobe Photoshop CS3.
1.4 CEU

XCA9601E ETG Intro to MS Project 2003
Covers how to use Microsoft Project 2003 to effectively plan, implement, and control projects.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601F Intro to Adobe Contribute
Provides instruction in Adobe Contribute software to manipulate material for the Web and keep current pages up to date.
.3 CEU

XCA9601G Adobe InDesign CS3
Provides an introduction in the use and application of Adobe InDesign.
1.4 CEU

XCA9601H Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional
Introduces the use and application of Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional.
1.4 CEU

XCA9601J ETG Intro to MS Word 2007
Provides instruction in creating documents using Microsoft Word 2007 software. Not suitable for Macintosh users.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601K ETG Intro to MS Publisher 2007
Provides instruction in the use of Microsoft Publisher 2007 software to design, create, and publish a wide variety of documents. Not suitable for Macintosh users.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601L ETG Adv MS Excel 2003
Provides advanced instruction in using Microsoft Excel 2003 software to analyze and report data. Not suitable for Macintosh users.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601M ETG Intro to MS Access 2007
Provides instruction in using Microsoft Access 2007 software to manage, store, search, analyze, and display data and information. Not suitable for Macintosh users or users of older versions of Microsoft Access.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601N Intermediate Excel 2003
Provides instruction in using Microsoft Excel 2003 software for spreadsheet applications
.4 CEU

XCA9601P Adobe Flash CS3 Professional
Provides instruction in the use of Adobe Flash CS3 Professional software and how to create interactive websites, media advertisements, and presentations.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601Q Intro to Dreamweaver CS3
Provides web designers with the knowledge and hands-on practice they need to build and manage professional web sites using industry standards for professional web development and design. Introduces the fundamentals of Dreamweaver with an emphasis on best practices and current web standards.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601R ETG Intro to MS Excel
Introduces the use of Microsoft Excel 2007 software for calculating, sorting, and manipulating data.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601S Adobe CS3 Overview
Designed for professional users, this course provides an introduction and overview of new Adobe Creative Suite software programs, including Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat, and PhotoShop. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills.
.7 CEU

XCA9601T MS Word Advanced
Provides additional instruction and training in Microsoft Word software. Prerequisite: MS Word Intermediate or equivalent experience. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XCA9601U MS Word Intermediate
Provides additional instruction and training in Microsoft Word software. Prerequisite: MS Word Essentials or equivalent experience. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XCA9601V MS Excel Intermediate
Provides additional instruction and training in Microsoft Excel software. Prerequisite: MS Excel Essentials or equivalent experience. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XCA9601W MS Excel Advanced
Provides advanced instruction and training in Microsoft Excel software. Prerequisite: MS Word Intermediate or equivalent experience. Offered as needed
.9 CEU

XCA9601X MS PowerPoint Advanced
Provides advanced instruction and training in Microsoft PowerPoint software. Prerequisite: MS PowerPoint Essentials or equivalent experience. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XCA9601Y MS Visio 2007 Essentials
Provides foundational instruction and training in Microsoft Visio 2007 Professional software. Prerequisite: Microsoft Windows Level 1 or equivalent experience. Experience with another graphics program is recommended, but not required. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XCA9601Z Excel: Formatting & Organizing
Part two of a four part series designed for Chemeketa employees. Covers Excel formatting and organizing techniques to use design features that will impact the look of a spreadsheet. Includes ways to organize and locate data. W
.2 CEU

XCA9602A Excel: Setup & Navigation
Part one of a four part series designed for Chemeketa employees. Covers Excel worksheet setup and navigation for basic spreadsheet components. W
.2 CEU

XCA9602B Excel: Charts & Graphs
Provides basic instruction on how to create and alter charts and graphs using Microsoft Excel spreadsheet software. Sp
.2 CEU

XCA9602C Excel: Functions & Formulas
Provides basic instruction on how to use functions and create formulas using Microsoft Excel spreadsheet software. Sp
.2 CEU

XCA9602D Adobe Acrobat for Beginners
Provides a basic introduction to Adobe Acrobat, including basic Portable Document Format (PDF) principles, document creation, design considerations, search features, and creating forms. Sp
.15 CEU

XCA9602E Dashboard Site Administration
Provides Employee Dashboard site administrators with training essential to managing a site. Sp
.3 CEU

XCA9602F Employee Dashboard Seminar
Offers customized instruction on using the features of the Employee Dashboard. Sp
.1 CEU

XCA9602G Employee Dashboard Seminar
Offers customized instruction on using the features of the Employee Dashboard. Sp
.2 CEU

XCA9602H Employee Dashboard Seminar
Offers customized instruction on using the features of the Employee Dashboard. Sp
.3 CEU

XCA9602J Employee Dashboard Seminar
Offers customized instruction on using the features of the Employee Dashboard. Sp
.4 CEU

XCA9602K MS Project Essentials
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Project Essentials software. Prerequisite: An understanding of project management concepts. Windows-Level 1 or equivalent experience. A basic knowledge of Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel is helpful, but not required.
1.4 CEU

XCA9602L MS Project 2007 Advanced
Provides advanced instruction in how to use Microsoft Project 2007 software. Prerequisite: XCA9602K, Microsoft Project 2007 Essentials, or equivalent experience.
.6 CEU

XCA9602M MS Visio 2007 Advanced
Provides advanced instruction in how to use Microsoft Visio software. Prerequisite: XCA9601Y, Microsoft Visio Essentials, or equivalent experience
.6 CEU

XCA9602N PowerPoint: The Point
Provides intermediate instruction on how to create and edit presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint software. Offered as needed
.15 CEU

XCA9602P PowerPoint: The Power
Provides basic instruction on how to create and edit presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint software. Offered as needed
.15 CEU

XCA9602Q Word Formatting & Editing Tips
Provides an overview of Word features that can be used to streamline formatting and editing text and documents.
.15 CEU

XCA9602R MS Excel 2007 Advanced
Provides advanced instruction in how use to Microsoft Excel 2007 software to manipulate and analyze data and financial information. Prerequisite: Completion of the ETG: Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2007 or similar course is recommended.
2.4 CEU

XCA9602S ETG: Dreamweaver 8
Provides an introduction to Dreamweaver 8 software as a tool to create, manage, and edit web sites. Prerequisite: Adobe/Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 or Adobe/Macromedia Studio software; Microsoft Windows XP or 2000 or Macintosh OS X; at least one year experience using a computer; the ability to install programs on your computer and work with files; Internet access, e-mail, and the Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Netscape Web browser.
2.4 CEU

XCA9602T Facebook: Dept Best Practices
Provides Chemeketa departments and programs with an overview of Facebook as a resource for the purpose of student recruitment and retention.
.1 CEU

XCA9602U ETG: Adv MS Excel 2007
Provides advanced instruction in Microsoft Excel 2007 software. Prerequisite: ETG: Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2007 or similar course is recommended.
2.4 CEU

XCA9602V ETG: Int MS Excel 2007
Provides intermediate instruction in Microsoft Excel 2007 software.
2.4 CEU

XCA9602W MS Word for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Word software. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XCA9602X MS Excel for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Excel software. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XCA9602Y MS Outlook for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Outlook software. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XCA9602Z MS Crosswalk 2003-10
Microsoft Office 2010 (the Home and Student Edition, or Home and Business Edition, or Professional Edition) of Microsoft Office 2010 are all acceptable. Internet access, e-mail, the MS Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browser, and Adobe Flash, and PDF plug-ins are required. This course is not suitable for Macintosh users. Prerequisite: Prior use of Microsoft Office 2003 software required. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XCA9603A Introduction to Prezi
Provides beginning instruction in Prezi software. Offered as needed
.3 CEU

XCA9603B Project Server for Managers
Designed to teach project managers how to build, publish, and manage project schedules, issues, risks, deliverables, resources, and documents across an enterprise using Microsoft Project 2010 and Microsoft Project Server 2010. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XCA9603C Adobe Illustrator/Workplace
Designed for professional users. Provides an introduction and overview of Adobe Illustrator software program. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XCA9603D Adobe Illustrator/Workplace
Designed for professional users. Provides an introduction and overview of Adobe Illustrator software program. Offered as needed
1.2 CEU

XCA9603E Degree Works Training
Introduces use of the Degree Works tool functions for advising students. Includes a detailed review of the student worksheet which displays the student’s major requirements and how completed and enrolled courses are applied toward those requirements. Covers training on use of the “What If,” “Notes,” and “Plans” tools used to help students plan toward completion. Offered as needed
.15 CEU

XCAM0001A Intro Machining Benchwork
Computer-Aided Mfg (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XCAM0703B Shop Math Skills Lab
Instructor-led skills lab which reinforces the basic algebraic, geometric and two-dimensional graphing techniques and applications introduced in MTH052. Designed primarily for students in specific vocational or technical programs. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in MTH052; or instructor consent. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCAM9050A Intro to Basic Machining
Provides basic knowledge of various manufacturing procedures and materials. Includes involving hand tools, CNC/Manual machine tools, measuring, inspection, blueprints, threads and threading procedures, and manufacturing procedures.
3 CEU

XCAM9050B Blueprint Reading for Industry
Provides basic instruction and skill development in engineering print reading, sketching, drawing techniques, and geometric constructions. F
2.4 CEU

XCEE0001A English Now! Program Fees
Community Ed English (non-cr)
0 Dev Ed

XCEE0001B Spanish GED Program Fees
Community Ed English (non-cr)
0 Dev Ed

XCEE0516A English Now! Citizenship Prep
Provides limited English proficient students with the resources to interpret and complete the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, USCIS Application for Naturalization (Form N-400). Details the application process and explores civics and the responsibilities of becoming a citizen. Examines functions of local, state and federal Government.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516B English Now! Computer Prin
Introduces intermediate to low non-native English speakers to basic vocabulary patterns connected with computer usage. Covers learning how to use e-mail, basic-intermediate word processing, effective use of the Internet Browser and an introduction to MS Excel.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516C English! Working in US 1
Provides non-native speakers with English-language practice in the context of work and job-related situations. Utilizes speaking, listening, reading and writing activities to practice vocabulary and concepts related to work. Additionally, this course encourages students to be more aware of local job-search resources, to become more involved members of the community and to practice basic goal-setting skills. No prior knowledge of work-related topics is necessary. Students must have a basic level of English-language literacy in order to participate.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516D English Now! Working in US 2
Provides non-native speakers with English-language practice in the context of work and job-related situations. Utilizes speaking, listening, reading and writing activities to practice vocabulary and concepts related to work. Additionally, this course encourages students to be more aware of local job-search resources, to become more involved members of the community and to practice basic goal-setting skills. No prior knowledge of work-related topics is necessary. Students must have a basic level of English-language literacy in order to participate.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516E English Now! Health
Provides non-native speakers of English with instruction designed to increase awareness of health-related topics. Utilizes speaking, listening, reading and writing activities to practice vocabulary and concepts related to health care. Additionally, encourages students to become more aware of local health resources and to be more involved in their communities. Students will also learn and practice basic goal-setting skills in the course. No prior knowledge of health-related topics is necessary. Students must have a basic level of English-language literacy in order to participate in the course.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516F English Now! Library
Provides non-native speakers with the basic English-language skills needed to access a public library. Utilizes speaking, listening, reading and writing activities to practice vocabulary and concepts related to the library. Encourages students to be more aware of local community resources. Promotes library use for literacy, pleasure, and as a means of reaching personal and family goals. No prior knowledge of library skills is necessary in order to take this course. Students must have a basic level of English-language literacy in order to participate in the course.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516G English Now! School
Provides non-native speakers of English with the language skills needed for basic communication between family members and K-12 institutions. Utilizes speaking, listening, reading and writing activities to practice vocabulary and concepts related to communication with schools. Additionally, the course encourages awareness of local school issues and community resources and promotes family involvement in the education of young learners. Also covers practice in basic goal-setting skills within the family and school contexts. No prior knowledge of this topic is necessary. Students must have a basic level of English-language literacy in order to participate in the course.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516H English Now! Transportation
Provides non-native speakers with the basic English language skills needed to access various modes of transportation. Utilizes speaking, listening, reading and writing activities to practice vocabulary and concepts related to transportation. Encourages awareness of local community resources. Promotes responsible use of transportation for personal and family goals. No prior knowledge of transportation related issues necessary. Prerequisite: Requires a basic level of English language literacy.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516J English Now! Personal Computer
Provides non-native speakers of English with the language skills needed to begin using personal computer applications. Utilizes speaking, listening, reading and writing activities to practice vocabulary and concepts related to computer use. Also provides students with extensive hands-on practice. No prior knowledge of this topic is necessary. Requires a basic level of English-language literacy in order to participate in the course. Keyboarding skills are not required.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516K English Now! Personal Finance
Provides non-native speakers of English with the language skills needed to understand and effectively use US banking and credit systems. Utilizes speaking, listening, reading and writing activities to practice vocabulary and concepts related to consumer finance. Also provides students with basic tools to make informed choices regarding their use of financial institutions and consumer credit. No prior knowledge of this topic is necessary. Requires a basic level of English-language literacy in order to participate in the course.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516L English Now! Banking & Finance
Introduces English language conversation on banking and finance for non-native English speaking students. Includes opening a checking and savings account, ordering credit reports, building a personal budget, and describing the value of having a credit card.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516M English Now! Working in US
Provides non-native speakers with English-language practice in work and job-related situations. Uses speaking, listening, reading and writing activities to practice vocabulary and concepts. Incorporates local job-search resources, strategies for community involvement, and practice in basic goal setting. No prior knowledge of work-related topics is necessary. Students must have a basic level of English-language literacy to participate.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516N English Now! Transportation
Provides non-native speakers of English with basic English language skills needed to access various modes of transportation. Uses speaking, listening, reading and writing activities to practice vocabulary and concepts. Encourages awareness of local community resources. Promotes responsible use of transportation for personal and family goals. No prior knowledge of transportation related issue necessary. Students must have a basic level of English-language literacy to participate.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516P English Now! Health
Provides non-native speakers of English with instruction to increase knowledge of health-related topics. Uses speaking, listening, reading and writing activities to practice vocabulary and concepts. Encourages students to become aware of local health resources and to be involved in their communities. Students will also learn and practice basic goal-setting skills in the course. No prior knowledge of health-related topics is necessary. Students must have a basic level of English-language literacy to participate in the course.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516Q Eng Now! Am English & Culture
Introduces techniques and skills necessary for non-native English speakers to assess, interpret, and value aspects of American culture through the medium of film. Student will watch and discuss films selected to illuminate and expose key cultural topics.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516R English Now! Daily Living
Provides non-native speakers of English with instruction designed for daily-living. Utilizes speaking, listening, reading and writing activities to practice vocabulary and concepts. Discusses topics such as weather and weather forecasts, times, dates and calendars.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516S English Now! Home
Introduces adults and families to social English through conversation about their home. Includes identifying rooms and their uses, furniture, kinds of housing, reading rental ads, asking about utilities, and asking for simple repairs.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516T English Now! Shopping
Introduces adults and families to social English through conversation emphasizing skills in shopping. Includes identifying clothes by article, size and color, comparison shopping, reading tags for sizes and prices, reading receipts, and writing checks.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516U English Now! Our Community
Introduces adults and families to social English through conversation about their community services. Includes reporting utility problems, using the telephone directory, identifying community service agencies, managing telephone messages, and checking telephone bills.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516V English Now! Personal Comm.
Introduces adults and families to social English through conversation about personal communication. Includes identifying recreational activities, listening to recorded announcements, interpreting recreational activities, and completing registration forms.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516W English Now! Communicate w/Sch
Provides non-native speakers of English with conversation skills needed for basic communication between family members and K-12 institutions. Utilizes speaking, listening, and optional reading and writing activities to practice vocabulary and concepts related to communication about school-related topics. Conversations and directed dialog help students learn sentence structure and anticipated responses. Additionally, the course encourages awareness of local school issues, community resources and promotes family involvement in the education of young learners. Covers practice in basic goal-setting skills within family and school contexts.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516X English Now! Our Country
Introduces adults and families to social English through conversation about their new country. Includes identifying people, places, historic buildings and building directories, and general information about the United States.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516Y English Now! Spanish Now!
Includes basic Spanish grammar, sentence structure, basic language rules, and basic language terminology. Designed for native Spanish speaking adults.
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0516Z English Now! Driving in the US
Community Ed English (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0517A English Now! Food
Applies to adults and families who want to learn social English through conversation about their home. Includes development of food-based vocabulary, reading grocery advertisements, using coupons, understanding food labels, following package directions, interpreting recipes, cooking, nd ordering in restaurants. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0517B English Now! Pre-GED in Span
Prepares adults who want to learn basic math and writing skills. Covers basic math operations, vocabulary, and problem solving strategies. Includes instruction in basic writing processes. Materials and instruction will be delivered in Spanish. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0517C English Now! Prep for Citizens
Provides limited English proficient students with the resources to interpret and complete the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, USCIS Application for Naturalization (Form N-400). Details the application process and explores civics and the responsibilities of becoming a citizen. Examines functions of local, state and federal Government. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0517D English Now! GED Prep
Prepares adults who want to learn basic math and writing skills. Covers basic math operations, vocabulary, and problem solving strategies. Includes instruction in basic writing processes. Materials and instruction will be delivered in Spanish. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0517E English Now! English Beg 1
Introduces the English language. Covers the alphabet, vowels, pronunciation, daily use of vocabulary, and basic grammar. Includes review, interactive learning, practice exercises, and grammar instruction. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0517F English Now! Working in US 1
Community Ed English (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0517G English Now! Pre-CNA Prep
Focuses on adult speakers of other languages learning English with an emphasis on pre-CNA preparation. Includes time management tools; lecture and note taking; mastering test anxiety; pre-CNA preparation-specific terminology; and understanding basic protocols in medical offices and hospitals. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0517H Eng Now! Level 1
Introduces adults to the basic English language and develops speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills. Offers up to 18 Modules that develop survival English skills. Includes the ability to use the verb be and common action verbs. Modules 1-8 require no previous knowledge of English. Emphasizes student speaking, active learning, and real world contexts, including work and family. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0517J Eng Now! Level 2
Introduces adults to basic English language skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Reviews Modules 1-8, and covers any modules that were not introduced in English Now Level 1. In addition, Modules 9-18 will be introduced. English Now Level 2 is for students who have mastered the earlier modules and seek instruction in higher level beginning English skills. Teaching strategies emphasize student speaking, active learning, and real world contexts, including work and family. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCEE0517K Eng Now! Reading and Writing
Offers reading and writing extension activities for all 18 modules presented in English Now Levels 1 and 2 courses. Develops range of writing skills including copying, matching, following language structure patterns, taking dictation, writing sentences, identifying sentence elements, filling out forms, writing brief stories, journaling, and proofreading. Includes games involving reading and writing and labeling pictures. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in XCEE0517H and XCEE0517J; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCEG0001A Spanish GED Preparation
Provides skills development in reading, writing, and math to assist GED students in achieving the Spanish GED. Course is conducted in Spanish. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCEG0516A Spanish GED Preparation
Provides skills development in reading, writing, and math to assist GED students in achieving the Spanish GED. Course is conducted in Spanish. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCG0001A Myers/Briggs Inventory Wkshp
Gain valuable insight about self and daily people interaction. MBTI inventory helps improve work and personal relationships, increase productivity, and identify leadership and interpersonal communication preferences.
0 Non-Credit

XCG0001B Getting Started at Chemeketa
Presents an overview of first steps for admissions into the college. Includes explanation of placement test scores, understanding the schedule, student services, professional/technical and transfer options.
0 Non-Credit

XCG0001D CWE Presentation Workshop
Provides information on use of work-based training opportunities for college credit. Covers tools to use in determining a career goal and job search resources. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCG0500A Creating Student Success
Students with low academic achievement in the previous term or who desire ongoing support and accountability will work in a group setting to develop personalized student success strategies to achieve a GPA that meets or exceeds their program requirements. F, W, Sp, Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCG0500B Creating Student Success
Students with low academic achievement in the previous term or who desire ongoing support and accountability will work in a group setting to develop personalized student success strategies to achieve a GPA that meets or exceeds their program requirements. F, W, Sp, Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCG0500C Creating Student Success
Students with low academic achievement in the previous term or who desire ongoing support and accountability will work in a group setting to develop personalized student success strategies to achieve a GPA that meets or exceeds their program requirements. F, W, Sp, Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCG0658A Finding/Funding a College Ed
Focuses on giving prospective college students the tools and resources needed to successfully plan for college. Includes pre-planning; conducting a college search; applying for admission, financial aid, and scholarships; making a decision; and going to college.
0 Non-Credit

XCG0658B New Student Orientation
Covers institutional processes and procedures in the college environment. Provides information and strategies useful in becoming an effective and efficient individual and student. Addresses educational counseling, academic advising, career and personal counseling, as well as assessment and evaluation.
0 Non-Credit

XCG0658C Path to Scholarships
Explains how to organize the materials necessary to apply for scholarships. Covers requirements for college admissions and resources for successful post-secondary education. Prerequisite: Requires a basic level of English language literacy. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCG0658D College Entry Test Prep
Prepares students to take the ACT, SAT, or Pre-SAT college entry exams.
0 Non-Credit

XCG0658E College Entry Exam Prep
Prepares students to take the ACT, SAT, or Pre-SAT college entry exams.
0 Non-Credit

XCG0658F College Entry Exam Prep
Prepares students to take the ACT, SAT, or Pre-SAT college entry exams.
0 Non-Credit

XCG0658G Finding/Funding College Series
Focuses on giving prospective college students the tools and resources needed to successfully plan for college. Includes pre-planning; conducting a college search; applying for admission, financial aid, and scholarships; making a decision; and going to college. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCG9000A Pathways Exploration
Explores how high school teachers can assist students in attending Chemeketa. Covers the "getting started" process for application, registration, financial aid, and the college campus and services. Includes information on the certificates and degrees available and the training opportunities taking place at Chemeketa.
.7 CEU

XCG9000B ePathways Advisor Training
Provides overview of ePathways electronic advising tools.
.1 CEU

XCG9000C High School Counselor Workshop
Provides high school counselors with information on various Chemeketa programs, resources, and services.
0 CEU

XCHN0601A Chinese Beg 1
Introduces Chinese pronunciation and character writing, basic conversation, and related cultural concepts. Includes topics such as greetings, introduction, family, telephone calls, and daily activities. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCHN0601B Chinese for Travelers
Introduces Chinese pronunciation, basic vocabulary for travel, cultural information, and travel suggestions and tips. Involves weekly conversation practice. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCHN0601C Conversational Chinese 1
Introduces basic Chinese language including: listening, speaking, reading, and Chinese culture. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCHN0601D Conversational Chinese 2
Continues building vocabulary and grammatical structure of the Chinese language along with speaking, listening, and comprehension skills. Class activities include communication practice, cultural discussion, and using Chinese to interview guests. Includes information about the Chinese culture and other cultures where the population speaks Chinese. Prerequisite: XCHN0601C Conversational Chinese 1. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCHN0601E Conversational Chinese 3
Continues building vocabulary and grammatical structures of the Chinese language facilitated by readings and conversation groups. Explores the contributions the Chinese have made to world culture through painting, architecture, cuisine, and music. Prerequisite: XCHN0601C Conversational Chinese 1, and XCHN0601D Conversational Chinese 2. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCJ9300A OR Juvenile Correction Trng
Covers basic training, including skills and techniques, required of new employees of the Oregon Juvenile Corrections system. Offered as needed
8.8 CEU

XCJ9300C Law & the Courts
Provides general introduction to criminal laws, procedural laws, traffic laws, and Oregon liquor laws. Covers juvenile laws and related law enforcement procedures, civil law as it applies to law enforcement duties, and search warrant criteria and acquisition. Introduction to court processes, video court processes, and testifying in court. Prerequisite: Marion County Sheriff's office approval. Offered as needed
4.6 CEU

XCJ9300D Police Officer Fld Skills/Trng
Introduces defensive tactics, surviving edges weapons, force continuum, and the use of Cap Stun. Covers patrol procedures, traffic stops, and building searches. Introduces the use of intoxilizer and field sobriety testing, emergency vehicle operations, and firearms training. Prerequisite: Marion County Sheriff's office approval. Offered as needed
12.2 CEU

XCJ9300E Basic Investigations
Introduces basic investigations procedures, processes, and techniques. Includes various types of crime investigations, specific techniques and equipment, and evidence collections and handling. Covers basic interview techniques, understanding body language, interview preparation, and interview approaches. Prerequisite: Marion County Sheriff's office approval. Offered as needed
4 CEU

XCJ9300F Law Enforcement
Introduces standards and expectations for law enforcement officers as to ethical conduct, respect for diversity, and cultural competency. Covers community policing, related agencies= duties and responsibilities. Introduces police officer specialized roles, duties, skills, and job related information. Prerequisite: Marion County Sheriff's office approval. Offered as needed
5.7 CEU

XCJ9300G Search & Rescue Training
Introduces basic components of search and rescue. Includes introduction of basic skills in the areas of search and rescue techniques, crime scene protocol, trauma and environmental injuries, blood-borne pathogens, basic first aid and CPR. Covers basic map and compass skills, tracking, radio communications, and helicopter rescues. Prerequisite: Marion County Sheriff's office approval. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XCJ9300H CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
.2 CEU

XCJ9300J CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
.4 CEU

XCJ9300K CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
.6 CEU

XCJ9300L CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
.8 CEU

XCJ9300M CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
1 CEU

XCJ9300N CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
1.2 CEU

XCJ9300P CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
1.4 CEU

XCJ9300Q CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
1.6 CEU

XCJ9300R Con-Tact Control Tactics
Introduces techniques used in controlling compliant and non-compliant suspects. Covers defensive tactics, holds that provide protection to self and suspect, and weapon recovery techniques. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XCS0001A Technical Orientation
Series of three lectures.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0001C Searching the Internet
Introduces the Internet as an information resource. Covers search engines, subject directories, and techniques for evaluating Internet based information. Prior Internet experience required.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0001D Home Computer Basics
Designed to help new users learn the basics to run a home computer. Introduces the basic components of the computer, Windows 95, Microsoft Works, and the Internet.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0001E Computer Workshop
Presents selected computer topics and related skills in a workshop format. Includes demonstration and hands-on computer learning at a comfortable pace.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0701A Computers in Spanish, Beg.
Presents computer basics in Spanish. Includes typing/keyboarding skills, computer language and vocabulary, and computer applications, including basic word processing, internet search, and e-mail.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741A Intro to Word, Excel, Windows
Introduces basic word processing, spreadsheets, or operating system using current software for home and/or small business. Focuses on a chosen software program and offers students individualized instruction.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741B Personal Computers
Assistance for first time computer users in learning to apply Computer Technology to their operations, whether they are proceeding with an initial acquisition or are being given the responsibility for computer application through decentralization from a corporate data center.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741C Computers for Seniors
Introduction to the use of a microcomputer for personal as well as professional use. Covers operation of computer, use of program packages, and computer file maintenance.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741D Computers for Seniors
Designed for the beginning computer user. Learn basics of computers and receive hands-on experience in a non-threatening environment.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741E Computers for Seniors
Computer Science (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741F Computers for Seniors
Introduces the Internet, email, and the software that brings it all together. Provides a hands-on opportunity to learn the basics of using the Internet. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741G Computers for Seniors
Presents selected computer topics and related skills in a workshop format. Includes demonstration and hands-on computer learning at a comfortable pace for older adult students.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741H Home Computer Workshop
This course is for adult learners learning computer basics. The subjects covered include typing / keyboarding skills, computer language and vocabulary, computer applications including basic word processing, internet search, and e-mail.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741J Programming/BASIC
Introduces BASIC computer programming language for small computers. Describes computer problems, applications, and concepts.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741K Beg Microcomputer Applications
Introduces microcomputer operating systems and provides hand-on opportunities to learn the basics of wordprocessing, spreadsheets, and database management.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741N Internet Intro Module 1
First in a three-series workshop. Introduces internet concepts and software utilized on the internet.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741P Internet Intro Module 2
Second in a three-series workshop. Introduces internet concepts and software utilized on the internet.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741Q Internet Intro Module 3
Third in a three-series workshop. Introduces internet concepts and software utilized on the internet.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741R Computers for Seniors Workshop
Presents selected computer topics and related skills in a workshop format. Includes demonstration and hands-on computer learning at a comfortable pace for older adult students.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741S Internet Tips/Tricks/Beginner
Offers the Internet beginner tips and tricks on using Internet Explorer software.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741T ETG Introduction to XML
Covers the eXtensible Markup Language (XML) for web technology to create dynamic web pages. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741U ETG Online Investing
Internet access, e-mail, and Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741V Online Auctions: Buying
Introduces online auction services for buyers. Covers how buyers can purchase goods and merchandise from online auction sites, what safeguards they should take, and researching items to ensure they are getting what they are expecting. Prerequisite: Internet experience.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741W Online Auctions: Selling
Introduces online auction services for sellers. Discusses how sellers can sell goods and merchandise at online auction sites, what safeguards they should take, fees they may have to pay the auction site, and researching items to see what sellers may expect to earn from the auction. Prerequisite: Internet experience; XCS0741V, Online Auctions: Buying recommended. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741X Troubleshooting Your PC
Introduces troubleshooting IBM compatible personal computer hardware and software. Includes some hands-on experience.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741Y Beginning Computers 1
Introduces the beginning computer user to the basics of computers and the Windows operating system in a relaxed hands-on environment. First of three courses for beginning computer users. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCS0741Z Beginning Computers 2
Continues developing the basic functions of computers and the Windows operating system in a relaxed hands-on environment. Second of three courses for beginning computer users. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742A Beginning Computers 3
Continues developing the basic functions of computers and the Windows operating system in a relaxed hands-on environment. Third of three courses for beginning computer users.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742B Beg Computers: Internet/Email
Introduces the beginning computer user to the basics of using the World Wide Web to find information and to communicate by using email efficiently. Students are encouraged to have completed Beginning Computers 3 (XCS0742A) before attempting this course.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742C Home Computer Workshop
Computer Science (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742D Home Computer Workshop
Computer Science (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742E Home Computer Workshop
Computer Science (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742F Home Computer Workshop
Computer Science (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742G Computers for Seniors Workshop
Computer Science (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742H Computers for Seniors Workshop
Computer Science (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742J Computers for Seniors Workshop
Computer Science (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742K Computers for Seniors Workshop
Computer Science (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742L Intro to Word, Excel, Windows
Computer Science (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742M Computer Basics
Presents an understandable approach to using a personal computer. Introduces basic computer hardware and popular computer software. Includes demonstration and hands-on learning at a comfortable pace for beginning computer users. Emphasizes use of the Internet and word processing.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742N Apple Computer Basics
Presents an understandable approach to using Apple computers. Introduces basic computer hardware and popular software. Includes demonstration and hands-on learning at a comfortable pace for beginning computer users or for those who recently switched to an Apple computer.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742P Home Computer Basics Series
Covers computer basics for adults. Includes typing and keyboarding skills, computer language and vocabulary, computer applications including basic word processing, internet search, and e-mail.
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742Q Computer Game Maker
Introduces the field of computer game development including a review of computer game categories and platforms, and computer game technologies. Covers the game development process, and introduces game graphics. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCS0742R ACSP Certification Preparation
Provides an in-depth exploration of troubleshooting Mac OS X Mountain Lion. This course is designed to give students a tour of the breadth of functionality of OS X Mountain Lion and the best methods for effectively supporting users of OS X Mountain Lion systems. The course is a combination of lectures and hands-on case study exercises that provide practical real-world experience. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCS9504G ETG Computer Game Industry
Computer Science (non-cr)
2.4 CEU

XCS9600G Internet Intro
Designed for business owners and managers interested in learning how the Internet helps businesses. Learn main reasons businesses use the Internet and how it can help increase sales. Employ terminology, various tools of technology, how to get connected, and security issues. Glossary, suggested readings, and an Internet Resource Guide provided.
.3 CEU

XCS9600H Basic Bus Internet
Teaches new users to access the Internet and its vast resources. Covers the Internet for email, World Wide Web, newsgroups, Gopher, Veronica, File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Telnet. Includes the most popular Internet browsers: Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer. Examines how business research can help companies gain market intelligence. Prerequisite: No experience using the Internet is necessary. An understanding of Microsoft Windows or Windows 95 is required.
.7 CEU

XCS9600J Advanced Internet Business
Teaches students how to access the Internet and the World Wide Web using a Web browser as a general-purpose Internet application. Provides experience in configuring both Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer to access rich multimedia data and objects as well as Java, Shockwave, and ActiveX content. Prerequisite: XCS9600H, Basic Internet Business Fundamentals, or equivalent internet knowledge.
.7 CEU

XCS9600K ETG Network + Cert Prep
Covers fundamental networking concepts and practices. Includes network architecture and standards, network types, protocols, Internet servers, TCP/IP, and security. Prerequisite: Advanced Internet Business Fundamentals, and HTML Fundamentals or equivalent Internet knowledge.
1.4 CEU

XCS9600L A+ Certification Preparation
Covers the hardware and software technologies information needed to take the Computer Technology Industry Association A+ certification exam. Prerequisite: Troubleshooting computers or PC repair. Experience recommended.
5.6 CEU

XCS9600M HTML Fundamentals
Covers basic through intermediate concepts in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) authoring, including forms, complex table design, graphic elements, and client-side image maps. Includes designing interlinking pages that incorporate, in practical applications, a wide range of HTML tags and attributes. Prerequisite: XCS9600H, Basic Internet Business Fundamentals; and XCS9600J, Advance Internet Business Fundamentals; or equivalent internet knowledge.
1.4 CEU

XCS9600P E-Commerce Main Street
Uses Access Minnesota Main Street curriculum to explore the potential and possibilities for small business owners to "go online" with their business. Introduces the Internet as a means of finding new markets and as a tool for business research. Includes creating a web site and discovering techniques to promote it. Covers how to incorporate the Internet into their business plan and ultimately decide whether or not a web presence is right for their business. Prerequisite: Basic understanding of how to get online and explore the Internet.
2.1 CEU

XCS9600Q ETG Introduction to Internet
Designed to experience Internet online. Exposure to the ins and outs of the Internet with informative, behind-the-scenes look at the World Wide Web, e-mail, Gopherspace, Newsgroups, FTP, chat, telephony, Telnet, and more.
2.4 CEU

XCS9600S ETG Outlook
Computer Science (non-cr)
2.4 CEU

XCS9600T ETG Web Pages
Experience designing, creating, and posting own site on the Internet's World Wide Web. Discover low-cost marketing techniques and search engine strategies.
2.4 CEU

XCS9600U ETG Dreamweaver 3
Focuses on creating full-featured web sites using Macromedia Dreamweaver 3. Covers each Dreamweaver feature including creating forms, Java Applet usage, Timelines and Behaviors, and Dreamweaver Extensions. Required computer applications: Internet access, E-mail, Netscape or Internet Explorer Web browser, and Dreamweaver 3.
2.4 CEU

XCS9600V ETG Top Search Engine/Web site
Assista web site creators to increase their search engine ranking. Covers step-by-step strategies to achieve the highest possible position with the major search engines.
2.4 CEU

XCS9600W ETG Intro PC Troubleshooting
Computer Science (non-cr)
2.4 CEU

XCS9600X ETG QuickBooks
Experience setting up a chart of accounts, reconciling checking accounts, creating and printing invoices, receipts and statements, tracking payables, inventory, receivables, creating estimates, and generating reports.
2.4 CEU

XCS9600Y ETG Java
Covers programming fundamentals to create and integrate Java applets into web sites; add animated presentation, interactive tutorials, computer-based simulations, or games.
2.4 CEU

XCS9600Z ETG CGI Programming for Web
Covers work with cookies and forms, building a searchable database, bulletin board, and e-mail autoresponder.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601A ETG Javascript
Covers use of Java Script to add animation, interactivity, style sheets, site navigation, and other enhancements. Designed for anyone wanting to produce web pages. Prerequisite: Completion of Creating Web Pages or equivalent experience.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601B ETG Excel
Covers formatting worksheets, writing formulas, using the function wizard, sorting, analyzing data, creating custom charts, creating three-dimensional workbooks, building links, creating macros, and custom toolbar buttons.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601C ETG Intermediate MS Excel
Covers reports, analysis, and complex functions.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601D ETG Web Graphics
Covers creating titles, logos, icons, buttons, backgrounds, animated images, drop shadows, 3-D effects, and more. Work with interlacing, transparent backgrounds, and color palettes.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601E ETG Quicken for Windows
Covers the use of Quicken for home and small business finance. Covers investments, loans, recurring payments, electronic transactions, budgets, and more.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601F ETG Windows File & Disk Mgmt
Covers finding missing files, deleting, copying and moving files, working with the recycle bin, organizing, maintaining, and troubleshooting the hard disk, adding and moving items from the start button, working with the Startup group, creating desktop icons and other shortcuts to favorite programs, and documents.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601G ETG Web Pages Advanced
Covers incorporation of tables, forms, frames, audio, scrolling text and interactive buttons, image maps, counters, cooperative banner ads, digital cash capabilities, and more. Prerequisite: HTML experience, or completion of ETG-Creating Web Graphics.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601H ETG Word Tips & Tricks
Covers building time-saving macros and Autocorrect entries, customizing toolbars, creating shortcut keys, generating form letters, envelopes, and mailing labels, making templates, using the style gallery, customizing Word, creating links to Excel, and working with tables.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601J ETG Introduction to MS Word
Experience basic document creation, formatting and writing tools.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601K ETG Intermediate MS Word
Covers desktop publishing features. For projects such as flyers and newsletters.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601L ETG Advanced MS Word
Learn to build time-saving macros, customize toolbars, create shortcut keys, create form letters and mailing labels, perform queries, create templates, use the style gallery, and other advanced features.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601M ETG Access
Learn to store, locate, print, and automate access to many types of information.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601N ETG Intermediate MS Access
Introduces Microsoft Access 2003 software. Includes how to store, locate, print, and automate access to any type of important information.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601P ETG Frontpage
Covers how FrontPage makes it easy to create and upload professional web sites without programming. Learn how to select a web host, and use low-cost marketing strategies.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601Q ETG Intro to Photoshop CS2
Provides an introduction to Adobe Photoshop CS2 software.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601R ETG Beginning Keyboarding
Teaches the basic skills of touch-typing using the computer software program FasType for Windows. Course helps improve speed and accuracy.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601S ETG WordPerfect
Provides information on the program's more advanced capabilities. Topics include: macros, styles, table of contents, indexes and web pages with Corel's Internet Publisher.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601T ETG Intro PowerPoint
Demonstrates how to create overhead transparencies, 35-mm slides, and electronic slide presentations, including clip art, hypertext links, and special effects.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601U ETG - IMAC & MAC
Provides iMac and Macintosh users with tips, tricks, shortcuts involving the Operating Systems, keyboard, desktop navigation, the Internet, editing text, fonts, special characters, maintenance, viruses, monitors, disks, and sound.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601V ETG - Microsoft Publisher
Introduces the basics of Microsoft Publisher, including how to work with text, graphics, and tables. Includes creating a professional brochure, a newsletter, and a web site.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601W ETG-Windows 2000 Professional
Covers installation and setup of Windows 2000 Professional. Includes exploration of its new features.
2.4 CEU

XCS9601X Intro Personal Computer
Introduces essential computer skills to participants with little or no computer experience. Includes what to look for when purchasing a computer; how a computer works; and an introduction to Windows operating system, word processing, spreadsheets, computer viruses, and the Internet.
1.2 CEU

XCS9601Y Computer Hardware/Software
Computer Science (non-cr)
1.6 CEU

XCS9601Z Access Basics 1
Focuses on the fundamentals of database management using database application software.
1.4 CEU

XCS9602A Intro to PC Hardware
Provides a basic overview of personal computer components in the IBM-PC, XT, AT, PS/2, and IBM-compatible systems.
.4 CEU

XCS9602B Networking Basics
Provides an overview of the microcomputer LAN (Local Area Network) environment. Includes discussions of book concepts, cabling, and basic "awareness" hardware/software information. Considered a beginning class.
.4 CEU

XCS9602C Windows Topics
Computer Science (non-cr)
.4 CEU

XCS9602D Cisco Certification Prep 1
Offers the first course of a four-part sequence in a Cisco curriculum directed toward the Cisco Certified Network Associate Certification (CCNA). Provides classroom and laboratory experience in current networking technology and includes network terminology, protocols, network standards, LANs, WANs OSI model, cabling, cabling tools, safety, network topology, and IP addressing. Prerequisite: CS101, A+ or consent of instructor
11.2 CEU

XCS9602E Cisco Certification Prep 2
Presents the second course of a four-part sequence in a Cisco curriculum directed toward the Cisco Certified Network Associate Certification (CCNA). Emphasizes experience in current networking technology, and includes network terminology and protocols, LANs, network topology, and IP addressing, routers, router programming, and application of routing and protocols. Works with the command line editor and the command history and editing features, router configuration modes, context-sensitive help facility, managing configuration files and controlling router passwords, identification, and banner. Prerequisite: XCS9602D
11.2 CEU

XCS9602F Windows 95 Intro
Computer Science (non-cr)
.6 CEU

XCS9602G Manage Win Server 2003 Environ
Provides the knowledge and skills to manage accounts and resources in a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 environment. Includes managing: user, computer, and group accounts; access to network resources and printers; and an organizational unit in a network based on Active Directory service. Includes implementing Group Policy to manage users and computers. Intended for systems administrator and systems engineer candidates who are responsible for managing accounts and resources.
4 CEU

XCS9602H Update MCSE Skills/Server 2003
Provides the knowledge and skills needed to plan, implement, manage, and maintain a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 networked environment. Intended for expert Windows 2000 systems engineers who plan, implement, and support Windows 2000-based networks running Microsoft Active Directory service, and who need to quickly leverage their skills in a Windows Server 2003 environment. Prerequisite: MCSE on Windows 2000 certification, or equivalent knowledge and skills including day to day experience planning, implementing, managing and maintaining Windows 2000-based networks.
4 CEU

XCS9602J Word Introduction
Computer Science (non-cr)
.6 CEU

XCS9602K Desktop Publishing
Designed for business owners and staff who are, or would like to be, publishing their own in-house publications such as flyers, ads, or newsletters. Specifically designed for PC users with Microsoft 95 and Publisher 97 software. Introduction to designing a newsletter.
.3 CEU

XCS9602L MS Access 1
Introduces basic features of the Microsoft Access database program through discussion, demonstration, and hands-on experience. Designed for professionals who want to begin to develop skills.
.4 CEU

XCS9602M Introduction to Cold Fusion
Emphasizes rapid application development for the web using Allaire’s Cold Fusion. Covers how to install and configure Cold Fusion, and use the system to develop forms and applications to interact with file systems, email and database servers. Advanced features will also be introduced. During the course students will develop a fully functioning dynamic web application. Designed for internet/intranet engineers, administrators and HTML developers interested in building dynamic web applications. Prerequisite: Requires understanding of using the internet, HTML, and general familiarity with programming.
2.1 CEU

XCS9602N QuickBooks for Business
Designed to provide one-on-one assistance to solve software-related problems. Lab is for business owners and managers who use Quickbooks in their local businesses and need assistance with specific problems.
.2 CEU

XCS9602P QuickBooks for Bus/Full Pkg
Directed at financial managers of small businesses. 9-week course gives participants a view of the scope and potential of QuickBooks 5.0 software. Covers everything from "Getting Started" to "Customizing Special Reports and Forms." Learn the basics of how to use QuickBooks 5.0 software and be able to practice on own with self-help learning disks.
2.7 CEU

XCS9602Q QuickBooks 1
Introduces QuickBooks software. Covers how to set-up a company, enter opening balances, work with lists and customize them, set-up inventory, and learn how to sell product and services.
.6 CEU

XCS9602R QuickBooks 2
Provides more detailed aspects of the QuickBooks software. Covers how to customize forms, process payments, use QuickBooks bank accounts, enter and pay bills, and customize QuickReports.
.6 CEU

XCS9602S QuickBooks 3
Focuses on use of QuickBooks most advanced features. Covers how to do payroll, estimate time tracking and job costing, track credit card transactions, and view and print graphs.
.9 CEU

XCS9602T Quicken, QuickBook, QB Pro Lab
Designed to provide one-on-one assistance to solve Quicken, QuickBooks, and QuickBooks Pro software problems. Designed for small business owners and financial managers.
.3 CEU

XCS9602U Business Software
Designed for business owners and managers interested in exploring new software programs not currently offered through the OCCC/SBDC curriculum. Provides a general overview of the software program, its capabilities, and how it can apply to specific business needs.
.3 CEU

XCS9602V Introduction Teaching Online
Introduces the basic components of online instruction, approaches for adapting to online delivery, assessment, and various instructional issues.
3.3 CEU

XCS9602W Online Classroom
Guides instructors through the curriculum development process for taking an existing course and transforming it into an online course.
3.3 CEU

XCS9602X ETG Data Base Software Dev/Mgt
Covers the key concepts of building databases and database applications. Focuses on applying a systematic, structured approach to the use of particular software tools.
2.4 CEU

XCS9602Y Database Programming
Introduces programming using Microsoft Access. Prepares students to create a fully automated menu system. Develops skills to create main menus, find programs, use automatic add and update functions from programming, manipulate date information, and print information through programming, and understand flowcharting. Prerequisite: Familiarity with Access fundamentals.
1.4 CEU

XCS9602Z Implmnt/Maintn Win Server 2003
Explains how to effectively maintain and implement server resources, monitor server performance, operate, safeguard and configure the operating systems in the MS Windows Server 2003. Prerequisite: XCS9602G Managing Windows 2003 Environment or equivalent skills and knowledge
4 CEU

XCS9603A Imp & Adm Director Services
Provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to install, configure, and administer Active Directory service, which is the directory service for Microsoft Windows 2000. Also focuses on the tasks required to implement Group Policy to centrally manage large numbers of users and computers. Prerequisite: XCS9602G (Microsoft Windows 2000 Network and Operating System Essentials); and XCS9602H (Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional and Server); and XCS9602Z (Implementing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure); or equivalent knowledge and skills.
4 CEU

XCS9603B Design Dir Serv Infrastructure
Provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to install, configure, and administer Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory services. Also focuses on implementing Group Policy and performing the Group Policy related tasks required to centrally manage users and computers. Prerequisite: XCS9603A, Implementing and Administering a Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure
4 CEU

XCS9603C Design Net Service Infrastruc
Provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to develop a Microsoft Windows 2000 networking services solution for enterprise networks. Prerequisite: XCS9602G Microsoft Windows 2000 Network and Operating System Essentials; and XCS9602H Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional and Server; and XCS9602Z Implementing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure, or equivalent knowledge and skills; and XCS9603A Implementing and Administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services
4 CEU

XCS9603D EGT Intro to Networking
Covers computer networking basics. Emphasize the history and fundamentals of networking software and hardware. Provides the foundation needed to begin training for CCNA Certification or employment in a computer networking career.
2.4 CEU

XCS9603E ETG Network/Router CCNA Prep 1
Prepares students for a career as a Cisco Certified Network Associate. Covers the functions and interactions of the IOS model’s layers, data link, and network layer addressing, communications models, protocols, data encapsulation, IP class addressing and sub-netting; and functions of the TCP/IP protocol suite. This course is the first in a series of three courses to prepare students to take the CCNA (Cisco Certification Network Administrator) 2.0 exam (640-507).
2.4 CEU

XCS9603F ETG Computer Skills for Work
Covers fundamental computer competencies needed in the workplace. Focuses on implementation and practical application of software most commonly used at the worksite such as e-mail, spreadsheets, database, word processing, file sizes, memory limitations, network arrangements, and computer components.
2.4 CEU

XCS9603G ETG Router Admin CCNA Prep 2
Covers the set up and operations of Cisco routers. Includes hardware and software elements of a Cisco Router, the Cisco IOS, the command line editor and the command history and editing features, router configuration modes, context-sensitive help facility, managing configuration files and controlling router passwords, identification, and banner. This course is the second in a series of three courses to prepare students to take the CCNA (Cisco Certification Network Administrator) 2.0 exam (640-507). Prerequisite: XCS9603E CCNA 2.0 Exam Prep 1 – Network and Router Basics
2.4 CEU

XCS9603H ETG Switching/WAN CCNA Prep 3
Covers LAN segmentation, switched networks, and wide area networks. This course is the third in a series of three courses to prepare students to take the CCNA (Cisco Certification Network Administrator) 2.0 exam (640-507). Prerequisite: XCS9603G CCNA 2.0 Exam Prep 2 – Router Administration and Configuration
2.4 CEU

XCS9603J Manage Microsoft Exchange 2000
Provides the knowledge and skills necessary to install, configure, and manage Microsoft Exchange 2000, the mail service for Microsoft Windows 2000. Provides a significant amount of hands-on labs that allow students to become proficient in the skills needed to deploy and manage Exchange 2000. Prerequisite: XCS9602G Microsoft Windows 2000 Network and Operating System Essentials; and XCS9602H Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional and Server; and XCS9602Z Implementing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure or equivalent knowledge and skills; and XCS9603A Implementing and Administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services
4 CEU

XCS9603K ETG Intro to Windows XP
Covers the basic skills needed to operate any computer equipment with Windows XP. Topics include text, pictures, photos, sound, music, DVD, Interactive TV, video, Internet, and local area network (LAN). Also covers Microsoft .NET strategy and XML.
2.4 CEU

XCS9603L ETG A+Certification Prep Basic
Offers the first in a series of three courses designed to prepare for the A+ Certification test. Covers hardware common to virtually every personal computer including microprocessors, RAM, power supplies, motherboards, BIOS, CMOS, the expansion bus, floppy drives, and hard drives. Focuses on how to configure hardware and how to troubleshoot in real world environments.
2.4 CEU

XCS9603M ETG A+Certification Prep Int
Provides the second in a series of three courses designed to prepare for the A+ Certification test. Covers how to work with the command line in Windows 2000, and install hardware in both operating systems; and how to work with DOS memory management within Windows. Prerequisite: XCS9603L A+ Certification Prep – Basic
2.4 CEU

XCS9603N ETG A+Certification Prep Adv
Presents the third in a series of three courses designed for the A+ Certification test. Covers an extensive set of technologies, including SCSI, video, modems, printers, multimedia, portable PCs, and networking. Includes the software necessary to install, configure, and troubleshoot. Prerequisite: XCS9603L A+ Certification Prep – Basic; and XCS9603M A+ Certification Prep – Intermediate
2.4 CEU

XCS9603P Cold Fusion, Advanced
Emphasizes rapid application development for the web using Allaire’s Cold Fusion. Covers advanced topics of Cold Fusion Markup Language, as well as streamlining applications. Prerequisite: Requires understanding Internet use, HTML, basic Cold Fusion, SQL and general familiarity with programming.
2.1 CEU

XCS9603Q XML Fundamentals
Introduces XML basics. Prerequisite: Requires completion of HTML Fundamentals, or equivalent knowledge.
1.4 CEU

XCS9603R JavaScripting Fundamentals
Provides an introduction to the JavaScripting Language using hands-on exercises. Reviews HTML and uses JavaScript to collect data with prompt dialog boxes. Includes introduction to JavaScript functions. Prerequisite: HTML experience required; and basic computer skills and Windows experience.
2.1 CEU

XCS9603S Access Intermediate
Expands the Microsoft Access capabilities with reports and queries. Presents creating summary and action queries and summary and special reports. Identifies the necessary functions to assist in these processes. Prerequisite: Familiarity with Access fundamentals.
.7 CEU

XCS9603T Network+ Certification Prep
Prepares students for the Network+ Certification exam. Introduces major network operating systems, networking media and connectors, and networking practices. Covers troubleshooting networks and use of common network tools and equipment. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills and Windows experience.
4.2 CEU

XCS9603U Java Programming Basics
Focuses on using Java, an object-oriented programming language designed for portability and simplicity. Includes creating standalone programs and applets running within an HTML browser. Prerequisite: Previous programming experience in any (computer) language. Knowledge of C++ is helpful, but not required. Knowledge of the Internet is helpful, but not required.
3.5 CEU

XCS9603V Crystal Reports
Focuses on the design of reports using Crystal Reports. Covers both conceptual and applied aspects of designing and running reports. Prerequisite: Suggested to have significant experience and/or training with any database and report writing applications (e.g., Access, Visual Basic, Oracle, etc.).
1.4 CEU

XCS9603W MS Windows 2000 Professional
Presents basic concepts to manage the Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional operating system. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills and Windows experience.
1.4 CEU

XCS9603X ETG Intro to Java Programming
Covers the essentials of Java. Focuses on concepts, databases, and Java server pages. Designed for those with no prior programming knowledge.
2.4 CEU

XCS9603Y ETG Intermediate Networking
Covers an intermediate level of computer networking. Emphasizes networking technology such as virtual private networks, security, and Internet connectivity. Provides students with the foundation needed to begin training for CCNA Certification or employment in a computer networking career.
2.4 CEU

XCS9603Z ETG Intro to Adobe Acrobat 5
Covers the ways Acrobat is used to create PDF documents. Focuses on how to convert various file types into PDF documents; manipulate and format documents; collaborate and use document sharing techniques; create bookmarks, links, and interactive forms; and keep documents secure.
2.4 CEU

XCS9604A ETG Design Effective Websites
Covers graphic design techniques to build web sites that are attractive and highly effective. Focuses on typography, aesthetics, color, graphics, page layout, and web writing. Prerequisite: XCS9600T Creating Web Pages; or equivalent HTML experience.
2.4 CEU

XCS9604B ETG Intermediate Web Pages
Covers an intermediate level of Web Pages. Uses tables, forms, audio, video, JavaScript, and third-party tools to build web sites.
2.4 CEU

XCS9604C ETG MCSE Cert Prep 1
Covers preparation for the MCSE Certificate Exam 70-210. Covers installing, configuring, and administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional. Focuses on network basics and user and group account administration. Includes an overview of system security backups.
2.4 CEU

XCS9604D ETG Photoshop 7 Beginner
Provides a step-by-step approach to using the basic tools of Photoshop software for graphic design. Covers basic graphics, simple digital paintings and editing photographs. Prerequisite: Photoshop 7.0 full version software; Internet access, e-mail, and Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser.
2.4 CEU

XCS9604E ETG Intro to Visual Basics 6.0
Introduces Visual Basic 6.0 software and covers the concepts of programming Visual Basic applications including using variables, subroutines, and functions. Includes large built-in function library use, object-oriented programming and built-in applications that take advantage of databases such as Microsoft Access. Prerequisite: Visual Basic 6.0 Professional or Enterprise Edition software, Microsoft Access 97 or Microsoft Access 2000 for database lessons; Internet access, e-mail, and Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser.
2.4 CEU

XCS9604F ETG MCSE Cert Prep 2-Ex 70-215
Offers preparation for the MCSA Exam 70-215. Covers installing, configuring, and administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Server. Focuses on network shared devices, including files, directories, printers, Internet access.
2.4 CEU

XCS9604G ETG Computer Game Industry
Presents an overview of the development, design and production of computer games. Focuses on the technical, artistic and business side of game development.
2.4 CEU

XCS9604H ETG Network + Cert Prep
Prepares students to take the Network+ Certification Exam. Covers topologies, OSI seven-layer model, protocol suites, modern network operating systems, network hardware, cabling standards, remote connectivity, Internet connections and network troubleshooting.
2.4 CEU

XCS9604K Cisco Certification Prep 3
Presents the third course of a four-part sequence in a Cisco curriculum directed towards the Cisco Certified Network Associate Certification (CCNA). Emphasizes experience in current networking technology that includes LAN segmentation using bridges, routers, and switches to control network traffic. Offers online component and extra lab sessions to assist students in achieving certification in Cisco Systems Network Administration. Prerequisite: XCS9602D and XCS9602E or NET151 and NET152
11.2 CEU

XCS9604L Cisco Certificate Prep 4
Provides the fourth course of a four-part sequence directed towards the Cisco Certified Network Associate Certificate (CCNA). Introduces WAN services. Covers ISDN, ATM, Frame Relay, and Dial-up Services. Covers LAN segmentation, switched networks, and wide area networks. Prerequisite: XCS9602D, XCS9602E, and XCS9604K or NET151, NET152 and NET153
11.2 CEU

XCS9604M 2261 MCDST MS Cert Desktop Tec
Provides the knowledge and skills necessary to enter the IT industry as a support desk technician in a Windows-based desktop environment.
2.4 CEU

XCS9604N 2262 MCDST MS Cert Desktop Tec
Provides the knowledge and skills necessary to enter the IT industry as a support desk technician in a Windows-based desktop environment. Prerequisite: XCS9604M, general user experience with Microsoft Office and Microsoft Windows operating system.
1.6 CEU

XCS9604P SQL Programming
Covers creating, retrieving and manipulating objects in a relational database using ANSI standard Structured Query Language (SQL).
1.4 CEU

XCS9604Q Introduction to Database
Covers the fundamentals of databases and how they can increase productivity. Reviews Oracle and other certification requirements.
.4 CEU

XCS9604R Obj Orient Prog - VB.NET Rev 1
Introduces programming in VB.NET and the use of services provided by .NET. Emphasizes the VB.NET language and how to build VB.NET applications from an object-oriented perspective. Includes substantial coverage of using Windows Forms in VB.NET. Previous knowledge of Visual Basic is not necessary. Prerequisites: Some experience with other programming languages.
4 CEU

XCS9604S Obj Oriented Prog - C#Rev 1.4
Introduces programming in C#, utilizing the services provided by .NET through interactions between C# and the .NET framework. Explains the fundamentals of object-oriented programming. Includes numerous programming examples and exercises. Prerequisites: Programming experience in any high-level language.
4 CEU

XCS9604T ASP.NET Using VB.NET Rev 2.0
Provides a practical, hands-on coverage of developing Web applications using ASP.NET 2.0 and VB.NET. Includes extensive coverage of new features in ASP.NET 2.0 features, such as personalization, Web parts, master pages, themes and skins, database access via ASP.NET & ADO.NET, and new data binding. Covers diagnostics, Web Forms and debugging. Designed for experienced application developers and architects responsible for Web applications in a Microsoft environment. Prerequisites: The student must have a working knowledge of VB.NET and the .NET Framework. Previous experience with ASP is desirable but not essential.
4 CEU

XCS9604U ASP.NET Using C# Rev 2.2
Provides a comprehensive and practical hands-on introduction to developing Web applications using ASP.NET 2.0 and C#. Covers Web services. Introduces ASP.NET as a new Web programming platform that overcomes a number of limitations of ASP. Designed for experienced application developers and architects responsible for Web applications in a Microsoft environment. Prerequisites: Good working knowledge of C# and the .NET Framework.
4 CEU

XCS9604V Intro-Java Programming Rev 5.0
Provides a solid foundation for further study of Java and includes a large number of sample programs and experiments. Designed for less experienced programmers, providing them with a thorough step-by-step introduction to Java programming and object-oriented programming. Prerequisites: Some experience with procedural language programming is essential.
4 CEU

XCS9604W Visual Basic
Introduces programming processes and language used in Microsoft (MS) Visual Basic (VB) version 6.0.
4 CEU

XCS9604X ETG Intro to CSS and XHTML
Covers creating and managing websites using CSS and XHTML standards.
2.4 CEU

XCS9604Y ETG Intro to Windows Vista
Provides instruction in the use of the best and most important features of the new Windows Vista operating system. Not suitable for Macintosh users.
2.4 CEU

XCS9604Z ETG Intro to PHP and MySQL
Provides instruction in the creating of Web pages using PHP programming language and the MySQL database server. Prerequisite: Basic computer Skills
2.4 CEU

XCS9605A ETG Intro to ASP.NET
Provides instruction in the use of Microsoft's visual Web developer to create interactive Web sites with ASP.NET. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills
2.4 CEU

XCS9605B ETG Intermediate CSS and XHTML
Presents intermediate instruction in how to create, maintain, and modify professional-quality Web sites. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the courses XCS9604X Education to Go “Introduction to CSS and XHTML” or prior experience with HTML and Web publishing is recommended.
2.4 CEU

XCS9605C Mfg Computer Literacy
Presents an understandable approach to using technology in the manufacturing industry. Introduces the concepts of system software and application software, including email, spreadsheet, word processing, presentation, and introduction to the Internet.
.8 CEU

XCS9605D Mfg Computer Literacy 2
Presents an understandable approach to using technology in the manufacturing industry. Introduces the concepts of system software and application software, including email, spreadsheet, word processing, presentation, and introduction to the Internet.
1.6 CEU

XCS9650B ETG Intermediate CSS/XHTML
Computer Science (non-cr)
2.4 CEU

XCVL9000E Pothole Patch Workshop
Designed for public works maintenance crews and supervisors. Includes basic skills to improve ability to provide quality maintenance of roads and street.
.7 CEU

XCVL9000F Equipment Management System
Designed to help road and street agencies design and implement an equipment management system for their organizations for improved efficiency and effectiveness in use of budgeted funds.
1.2 CEU

XCVL9000G Work Zone Traffic Control
Case histories, workshop sessions, and lectures will be used to acquaint participants with applications of effective design and installation concepts using signs and markings for detours, construction zones, and maintenance sites. The legal, administrative, and operational aspects will also be discussed.
.4 CEU

XCVL9000H Highway Bridge Inspection
Provides introductory level, practical training in bridge inspections. Covers bridge elements, inspection tools, signing, mechanics and deterioration of concrete, steel and timber structures, truss mechanics, and underwater inspection. Provides a portion of the training necessary for a technician to become certified under the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) program for bridge inspectors. Intended for Federal, State, and local engineers and technicians as introductory training or as a refresher course on general bridge inspection.
3.2 CEU

XCVL9000J Mobile Crane Operation/Safety
Designed for experienced crate operators seeking certification how to safely operate a mobile crane with a lifting capacity greater than 5 tons but less than 50 tons.
1.6 CEU

XCVL9000K Mobile Crane Re-Certification
Designed for experienced crane operators seeking re-certification on mobile cranes with a lifting capacity greater than 5 tons but less than 50 tons.
.8 CEU

XCVL9000L Informed Consent
Presents methods of effectively involving the public in the planning process of public projects. Designed for officials in public positions.
2.4 CEU

XCVL9000M Uniform Traffic Control Dev
Provides instruction and practice in the use of the Uniform Traffic Control Devices. Designed for persons responsible for signing, signalization, and marking of roads.
1.2 CEU

XCVL9000N Work Zone Traffic & Flagging
Covers the fundamental principles of traffic control, the five parts of temporary traffic control zones, and regulations regarding the primary traffic control devices and their proper placement. Demonstrates correct flagging techniques. Meets the requirements of the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) construction specifications.
.4 CEU

XCVL9000P Welding Safety Seminars
Covers safety, repairs, certification and codes, and procedures for road crews that will be using welding equipment on the job. Includes technical demonstrations.
.7 CEU

XCVL9000Q Rappelling for Engineers
Designed for employees in business, industry, and government who work in a field that requires rappelling techniques.
.8 CEU

XCVL9000R Fall Protection Workshop
Designed to present a consistent approach to the prevention of falls in the workplace and the skills necessary to perform self-rescue in the event that a protected fall should occur. Includes physics of falls and the devices and harness that are available to protect the worker from and during a fall.
1.6 CEU

XCVL9000T Flagger Control: Train/Trainer
Presents effective flagger design and installation concepts using signs and markings for detours, construction zones, and maintenance sites. Discuss the legal, administrative, and operational aspects of traffic control
.8 CEU

XDEN0775A Dental Assisting Skills Lab
Provides practical application and hands-on learning in basic dental assisting skills, including team and patient positioning, operatory light adjustment, instrument identification and transfer, preparation of dental anesthetic, HVE and air/water use, assembly of instruments for restorative procedures, handpiece identification, preparation, and bur and tooth identification. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in DEN151 Introductory Concepts in Dental Assisting.
0 Non-Credit

XDEN9400A Medical Emergency Preparedness
Emphasized prevention of medical emergencies in the dental office. Describes the preparation of the office and staff to deal with emergencies. Includes the gathering of patient information, including vital signs. Explains and demonstrates emergency kit supplies. Covers treatment of common medical emergencies.
.3 CEU

XDEN9400B Dental Epidemiology
An overview of notifiable infectious diseases as they relate to dentistry. Includes etiology, signs and symptoms, and oral manifestations as well as the role of dental personnel in reporting and treatment.
.4 CEU

XDEN9400D Facts About Fluoride
An overview of fluoride products and their uses in dentistry. Includes topical fluoride applications, systemic fluoride, fluoride as a desensitizing agent, enamel fluoride uptake, and dispensing precautions.
.3 CEU

XDEN9400G Basic Spanish/Dental Office
Basic Spanish for the dental office will be taught with pronunciation of Spanish words and most frequently used phrases or instructions.
.6 CEU

XDEN9400J Dental Radiology Cert. Prep
Provides information pertinent to the principles of dental radiology, and legal aspects regarding the use of radiation. Lecture topics include terminology, infection control, radiation physics, machine operation, equipment use, biological effects of x-rays, principles of radiation health, safety and protection, dental anatomy and radiographic landmarks, dental films, darkroom processing techniques, and digital techniques. Utilizes x ray mannequins to practice film placement and exposure techniques. Up to three patient full-mouth radiographic series will be completed and exposed; images are processed and evaluated.Offered as needed
5.2 CEU

XDEN9400K Dental Sealants
Prepares EFDA assistants to properly and effectively place pit and fissure sealants. Includes recognition of sealants as both preventive and therapeutic, indications for placement, tooth preparation, sealant placement, and evaluation. Prerequisite: Current Oregon Expanded Function Dental Assistant (EFDA) Certification.
.6 CEU

XDEN9400P Radiographic Technique Review
Reviews the basic concepts and skills required for accurate radiographic technique. Includes basic radiographic anatomy, bisection and paralleling techniques, and common exposure errors.
.6 CEU

XDEN9400Q Dental Implants
Covers basic information related to the use of implants as a method to replace missing natural teeth.
.3 CEU

XDEN9400R Dental Radiology Clinical Test
Provides graduates of a Dental Assisting Program with additional skills in radiography to complete the Dental Assisting National Board clinical requirement.
.3 CEU

XDRF9600B ArcView
Introduces ArcView 3.3, ESRI’s widely used desktop GIS program. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills and Windows experience.
1.4 CEU

XDRF9600G Inventor User Applications
Covers graphic communication, multi-view and pictorial representation, conceptual design, spatial analysis, and engineering design representation through use of advanced level computer tools.
1.8 CEU

XDRF9600H Intro to Auto CAD
Introduces computer-aided drafting using AutoCAD software. Covers creating accurate drawings using basic drawing, editing and dimensioning tools.
1.2 CEU

XDRF9600J Intro 3D Computer Aided Drftg
Introduces the techniques to create 3D Linkwork and solid models. Students should be familiar with 2D drafting using AutoCAD.
1.2 CEU

XDRF9600K Introduction to Inventor
Introduces fundamental concepts of solid modeling and parametric design. uses AutoCAD Inventor to produce mechanical and sheet metal parts, assemblies, and drawings.
1.2 CEU

XDRF9600L AutoCad in the Workplace
Introduces computer-aided drafting using AutoCAD software. Covers creating accurate drawings using basic drawing, editing, and dimensioning tools.
1.6 CEU

XDRF9600M Solid Works Sheet Metal
Covers sheet metal part and assembly modeling for SolidWorks users. Introduces SolidWorks sheet metal commands and parametric modeling concepts for use in developing flat patterns, converting solid parts into sheet metal, and creating sheet metal assemblies. Prerequisites: Introduction to SolidWorks training, or equivalent knowledge.
1 CEU

XDRV0001A Drivers Ed/Classroom
Provides ODOT certified classroom training including insurance requirements, rules of the road, defensive driving, handling emotions, drinking, drug use, and emergencies. Prerequisite: Students 15, 16, 17 years old without a driver's license; ODOT reimbursable.
0 Non-Credit

XDRV0001B Drivers Ed Lab
Provides ODOT certified classroom training including insurance requirements, rules of the road, defensive driving, handling emotions, drinking, drug use, and emergencies. Prerequisite: Students 15, 16, 17 years old without a driver's license; ODOT reimbursable.
0 Non-Credit

XDRV0001D Motorcycle Rider-Intermediate
Pertains to people who already have a motorcycle endorsement on their driver's license, want more riding practice, and want to have their motorcycle street-ready before riding.
0 Non-Credit

XDRV0001E Motorcycle Rider-Advanced
Presents advanced turning, braking and evasive skills. Emphasizes application of these skills to street strategies necessary for successful street riding. Prerequisite: experienced motorcycle rider.
0 Non-Credit

XDRV0001G Drivers Ed/Parent Orientation
Offers a parent/guardian and student orientation to describe the course, requirements, and responsibilities of students, parents/guardians and instructors for student success in completing the ODOT certified driver education course.
0 Non-Credit

XDRV0860A Boats & Fishing
Covers boat handling, rigging, navigation for the angler, boating, and angler safety, selection and use of electronics, equipment selection, maintenance and use, terminal tackle selection and use, knots and species targeting techniques.
0 Non-Credit

XDRV0860B Boating Skills
Provides a basic course for anyone at least 16 years old and operating a powerboat in Oregon. Focuses on boat construction nomenclature, boat handling, safety and legal requirements, navigation rules, aids to navigation and piloting, weather, inland locks, waterways and dams, and trailering. Successful completion of the course will result in a boating license mandatory for all powerboat operators in Oregon. Prerequisite: Students must be 16 years old.
0 Non-Credit

XDRV0860C Boating Skills & Seamanship
Covers boating safety education requirements established by the Oregon State Marine Board (OSMB) for boat operators in accordance with competencies approved by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) for boating safety. Students successfully completing the course, including the required boating safety and Oregon boating laws examination, may apply to the OSMB for a "Boater Education Card."
0 Non-Credit

XDRV0861D Driver Skill/55 Alive
Refresher course designed for drivers over 50-years of age. Designed to make students aware of driving problems due to aging and ways to overcome these difficulties.
0 Non-Credit

XDRV0861F Drivers Ed/Classroom
Provides ODOT certified classroom training including insurance requirements, rules of the road, defensive driving, handling emotions, drinking, drug use, and emergencies. Prerequisite: Students 16, 17, 18 years old with an Oregon Driver's License or 18 years of age; CCWD reimbursable
0 Non-Credit

XDRV0861G Drivers Ed Lab
Provides ODOT certified classroom training including insurance requirements, rules of the road, defensive driving, handling emotions, drinking, drug use, and emergencies. Prerequisite: Students 16, 17, 18 years old with an Oregon Driver's License or 18 years of age; CCWD reimbursable
0 Non-Credit

XDRV0861J Motor Home Care & Operations
Focuses on the essentials of caring for a motor home. Includes pre-trip checks, hands-on operation, safe backing and handling techniques.
0 Non-Credit

XDRV0862A Motorcycle Rider-Beg
Introduces the novice motorcycle rider to basic riding and street skills. The classroom and range activities will give the rider an understanding of motorcycle safety and application of basic riding skills to conditions when riding on the street.
0 Non-Credit

XDRV9300A School Bus Instructor Training
Trains core and advanced school bus drivers as training instructors. Covers teaching and learning, how to teach adults, lesson planning, instructional materials, audio visual materials, testing and evaluation and methods of presentation. Prerequisite: Certified school bus driver.
4 CEU

XDRV9300B School Bus Behind Wheel
Behind-the-wheel training is defined by a Department of Education rule, as time spent with the vehicle in pre-trip inspection, familiarization with the vehicle(s), and driving while on duty as a bus driver. Training takes place under the direction of a Department of Education certified trainer or designated assistant, and is conducted on a one-to-one basis. It is in this situation that all the knowledge the prospective driver has obtained through classroom instruction or previous experience is blended with with proper operational skills to produce a competent bus driver.
4 CEU

XDRV9300C School Bus Def Drive
Provides instruction for trainers in defensive driving for school bus drivers. Covers training in collision avoidance, promoting attitude, understanding, courtesy, and cooperation.
1.6 CEU

XDRV9300D School Bus Def Drive 4
Provides instruction for trainers in defensive driving for school bus drivers. Covers training in collision avoidance, promoting attitude, understanding, courtesy, and cooperation.
.8 CEU

XDRV9300E CDL Examiner Training
Trains the student to administer Commercial Driver's License tests for Class B and C. Testing will be done for school bus drivers and must be given to meet the specifications of the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Department of Education. Prerequisite: Behind the wheel training.
2 CEU

XDRV9300F School Bus Driver Core
Covers student loading and unloading techniques, railroad crossing, emergency procedure, vehicle operations, and student management.
1 CEU

XDRV9300G School Bus Instructor/Core Re
Covers the major topics of importance for experienced school bus drivers. Reinforces existing regulations and updates experienced drivers on new or changing laws and rules as they apply to pupil transportation. Designed to provide incentive for instructors to use areas of specific local concern and build on the drivers previous experience.
.8 CEU

XDRV9300H School Bus Driver/Handicap
Presents a train-the-trainer model developed through the National School Transportation Academy. Suggested for experienced bus drivers who have a special interest in transporting people with disabilities. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Core School Bus Driver Training and recommendation by Oregon Department of Pupil Transportation.
2 CEU

XDRV9300L Def Drvg - Natl Sfty Cncl Trng
Presents the skills drivers should use when transporting passengers with special needs.
.8 CEU

XDRV9300M Safer Driver
Offers a driving training to state of Oregon employees, agents and volunteers who operate state-owned vehicles.
.4 CEU

XDRV9300N ODOT Pilot Vehicle Operator
Covers the rules, responsibilities, and safe driving practices required of employees who pilot large and oversized loads on highways.
.4 CEU

XDRV9300P Driver Ed Instructor Cont Ed 1
Assists current Oregon Department of Transportation Drive Education instructors to improve the quality of their instruction through exploring topics related to traffic safety education. Includes parent involvement strategies, decreasing distractions, and using modules 1-4 from the ODOT approved curriculum. Provides 8 hours of approved continuing education hours by ODOT and a certificate of verification.
.8 CEU

XDRV9300Q Vehicle Safety Training
Provides an overview of college guidelines for operating a college vehicle or personal vehicle for college business; reviews safe driving concepts and techniques and current motor vehicle laws. Offered as needed
.1 CEU

XDRV9300R Behind the Wheel Resources
Offers activities that assist students in creating and sharing multiple activities for behind the wheel driving instruction. Includes student observation activities, model roadways for behind the wheel, using local images for instruction, and documenting communication with parents for behind the wheel instruction. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XECE0001A Preschool Observe/Consult
Instruction meets with individuals or groups to explain principles of preschool guidance, curriculum, and environment, based on child development ages 3-6. Child Development Center is used to illustrate examples. Couse meets for a total of one hour and is designed to serve the non-Early Childhood Education program student; i.e. community professionals, students from other schools, and others needing similar information.
0 Non-Credit

XECE0001B Family Fun Night
Designed for parents enrolled in the college's campus child care. Selected topics in parent education are presented to provide parents with knowledge and skills in the areas of child development, communication, and learning. Parents and children attend together.
0 Non-Credit

XECE0649A ETG Childhood Language Develop
Presents concepts of language development in children. Covers how children learn to process language and how they become proficient speakers and thinkers. Includes enriching a child’s life by stimulating continued speech, brain, and language development in an enjoyable, age-appropriate, and natural way.
0 Non-Credit

XECE9900A Family/Child Care Business
Assista home day care providers to develop and organize their business practices. Format includes guest speakers, small group discussion and hands-on practice.
.6 CEU

XECE9900B Child-Guide Behavior
Helps the family day care provider to understand and apply positive child guidance and group management.
.5 CEU

XECE9900C Help Children Learn
Covers the process by which children learn to think and reason. Presents ways to encourage children to explore their environment, develop confidence and curiosity, and learn new concepts and skills.
.6 CEU

XECE9900D Fam Child Care Accreditation
Presents an overview of the Child Development Associate (CDA) National Accreditation Program for Family Care Providers. Covers eligibility/application, program requirements, timelines, scholarships, and support.
.3 CEU

XECE9900E SIDS Workshop
Presents information on the do's and don'ts in the event that SIDS should happen in a child care home or center. Focuses on helping a caregiver feel more confident in handling the emergency situation.
.2 CEU

XECE9900F CDA Support Course
Prepares the child care providers for the process of national accreditation. Includes eligibility requirements, documentation of formal education and competence, and preparation for the formal observation, oral interview, and written assessment. Information on CDA scholarships will also be presented.
1.8 CEU

XECE9900K Child Abuse Prevention
Designed to meet the State Employment Department mandated biennial Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect training requirement for registration renewal or certification as licensed child care providers and to provide an introduction of how to prevent, identify and report abuse and neglect for all those who are interested.
.2 CEU

XED9000B DPR Instructor Seminar
Provides the foundation for teaching sections of Difference, Power, and Responsibility-designated courses. Ensures that participants are exposed to the personal and curricular learning experiences that assisted in effecting the course development.
1 CEU

XED9000C DPR Curriculum Seminar
Provides the foundation for curriculum for Difference, Power, and Responsibility-designated courses. Ensures that participants are exposed to the personal and curricular learning experiences that assist in effective course development.
1.8 CEU

XED9000D DPR Facilitator Training
Provides the foundation to facilitate the curriculum and instructor Difference, Power, and Responsibility Seminars. Ensures that participants are exposed to the philosophical promises and instructional skills and strategies to successfully implement the seminar sessions.
2.4 CEU

XED9000F MWEC Regional Institute
Provides the necessary information and tools to high school teachers and counselors to design and implement career pathways, extended application activities, career-related learning activities, and service learning activities.
.6 CEU

XED9000G ETG Intro to Teaching ESL/EFL
Provides instruction in the methods and tools for teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction.
2.4 CEU

XED9000H DPR Staff Seminar
Provides the foundation to systematically examine the issues of difference and power, and explore how these issues are embedded in interactions which can engage or marginalize students and colleagues. Assists in developing a welcoming climate at Chemeketa.
1 CEU

XED9000J Becoming a Skillful Trainer
Assists new and continuing trainers to learn about facilitation techniques and basic brain principles for teaching adults and how these can be applied to trainings in the workplace for optimum learning and performance.
3.2 CEU

XED9000K CBEST Preparation
Provides educators' preparation for the CBEST test in basic reading, writing, and mathematics skills in the English language.
1.6 CEU

XED9000L ESOL ORELA Preparation
Reviews linguistic theories, first and second language acquisition, current, and preferred teaching methods and approaches, curriculum, programs and assessment tools for ESOL instruction. Prepares students for the ESOL Praxis test.
1.2 CEU

XELL0001A ESOL Program Fees
Introduces non-native English speakers to information about the English as a Second Language program. Covers language learning, American educational culture, and opportunities for independent language learning. Provides interpretation in native languages as needed. Offers student advising and an opportunity to formulate realistic learning goals.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516A Language/Values in US Educatn
Explores how the US college system and procedures reflect US cultural values. Provides students with a fundamental knowledge of US academic expectations and strategies for successful transition to college. Prerequisites: Assessment and placement by ESL program specialist. Enrollment in XELL0732L, XELL0732R, XELL0732S, or XELL0732W or above.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516B ESL for Spanish GED/22
Focuses on English language skills necessary for the study of GED subject areas. Includes selected vocabulary for the study of science, math, social studies, reading, and writing and includes language commonly found in basic skills practice test questions and test-taking strategies. Prerequisites: Spanish GED
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516C ESL for Spanish GED/33
Focuses on English language skills necessary for the study of GED subject areas. Includes selected vocabulary from the study of science, math, social studies, reading, and writing. Includes language commonly found in basic skills practice test questions. Prerequisites: Spanish GED
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516D Multilevel Reading/Writing 22
Develops reading and writing skills needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for non-native speakers of English. Prerequisites: Assessment of English language skills provided by ESL program specialist.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516E Multilevel Reading/Writing 33
Develops reading and writing skills needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for non-native speakers of English. Prerequisites: Assessment of English language skills provided by ESL program specialist.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516F Multilevel Reading/Writing 44
Develops reading and writing skills needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for non-native speakers of English. Prerequisites: Assessment of English language skills provided by ESL program specialist.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516G Multilevel Reading/Writing 55
Develops reading and writing skills needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for non-native speakers of English. Prerequisites: Assessment of English language skills provided by ESL program specialist.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516H Multilevel Reading/Writing 66
Develops reading and writing skills needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for non-native speakers of English. Prerequisites: Assessment of English language skills provided by ESL program specialist.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516J Multilevel Listen/Speak 11
Develops listening and speaking skills needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for non-native speakers of English. Prerequisites: Assessment of English language skills provided by ESL program specialist.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516K Multilevel Listen/Speak 22
Develops listening and speaking skills needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for non-native speakers of English. Prerequisites: Assessment of English language skills provided by ESL program specialist.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516L Multilevel Listen/Speak 33
English Lang Learner (non-cr)
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516M Multilevel Listen/Speak 44
Develops listening and speaking skills needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for non-native speakers of English. Prerequisites: Assessment of English language skills provided by ESL program specialist
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516N Multilevel Listen/Speak 55
Develops listening and speaking skills needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for non-native speakers of English. Prerequisites: Assessment of English language skills provided by ESL program specialist.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516P Multilevel Listen/Speak 66
Develops listening and speaking skills needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for non-native speakers of English. Prerequisites: Assessment of English language skills provided by ESL program specialist.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516Q Self-access Lang. Learning 11
Focuses on the language skills of speaking, listening, reading, writing, grammar and pronunciation at any level. Introduces independent language learning methods. Designed for students learning English or a foreign language. Prerequisites: Assessment and placement by ESL program specialists
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516R Self-access Lang. Learning 22
Focuses on the language skills of speaking, listening, reading, writing, grammar and pronunciation at any level. Introduces independent language learning methods. Designed for students learning English or a foreign language. Prerequisites: Assessment and placement by ESL program specialists
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516S Self-access Lang. Learning 33
Focuses on the language skills of speaking, listening, reading, writing, grammar and pronunciation at any level. Introduces independent language learning methods. Designed for students learning English or a foreign language. Prerequisites: Assessment and placement by ESL program specialists
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516T Self-access Lang. Learning 44
Focuses on the language skills of speaking, listening, reading, writing, grammar and pronunciation at any level. Introduces independent language learning methods. Designed for students learning English or a foreign language. Prerequisite: Assessment and placement by ESL program specialists
0 Dev Ed

XELL0516U Self-access Lang. Learning 55
Focuses on the language skills of speaking, listening, reading, writing, grammar and pronunciation at any level. Introduces independent language learning methods. Designed for students learning English or a foreign language. Prerequisite: Assessment and placement by ESL program specialists
0 Dev Ed

XELL0711L Beginning Listening A1
Introduces basic English listening skills needed in everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0711R Beginning Reading A1
Provides exposure to reading for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Introduces grammar, vocabulary and strategies for reading. Designed for beginning level, non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of intake and orientation procedures. Placement by ESL program specialist.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0711S Beginning Speaking A1
Introduces basic speaking skills needed in everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for nonnative speakers of English at the beginning level. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0711W Beginning Writing A1
Introduces basic writing skills needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment using basic vocabulary of personal experiences and familiar contexts. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of intake and orientation procedures; placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0711Z Begin Reading/Writing A1
English Lang Learner (non-cr)
0 Dev Ed

XELL0712L Beginning Listening A2
Introduces basic English listening skills for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0711L or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0712R Beginning Reading A2
Provides exposure to reading for everyday situations, the workplace and the academic environment. Introduces grammar, vocabulary and strategies for reading. Designed for beginning level, non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of intake and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0711R or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0712S Beginning Speaking A2
Focuses on basic speaking skills needed in everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0711S or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0712W Beginning Writing A2
Builds basic writing skills needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment using basic vocabulary of personal experiences and familiar contexts. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of intake and orientation procedures; and successful completion of XELL0711W or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0712X Beg Listening/Speaking A2
Introduces basic English listening and speaking skills for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation; and placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0712Y Beg Reading/Writing A2
Builds basic reading and writing skills needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment using basic vocabulary of personal experiences and familiar contexts. Introduces grammar and strategies for reading. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of intake and orientation procedures; and XELL0711W; or placement according to established criteria.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0712Z Beg Reading/Writing A2
English Lang Learner (non-cr)
0 Dev Ed

XELL0721L Beginning Listening B1
Develops listening skills and strategies for common everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0712L or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0721R Beginning Reading B1
Develops reading skills for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Introduces grammar, vocabulary and strategies for reading. Designed for beginning level, non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of intake and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0712R Beginning Reading A2 or placement by ESL program specialists
0 Dev Ed

XELL0721S Beginning Speaking B1
Develops speaking skills and strategies for common everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures, successful completion of XELL0712S or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0721W Beginning Writing B1
Focuses on routine writing tasks and accurate sentence formation using the basic vocabulary of personal experiences and familiar contexts. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of intake and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0712W Beginning Writing A2 or placement by ESL program specialists
0 Dev Ed

XELL0721X Beg Listening/Speaking B1
Develops listening and speaking skills and strategies for common everyday situations, and the workplace. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation; and successful completion of XELL0712X Beginning Listening & Speaking A2; or placement by ESL program specialists
0 Dev Ed

XELL0721Y Beg Reading/Writing B1
Provides opportunities for students to develop reading skills for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Introduces grammar, vocabulary and strategies for reading. Focuses on routine writing tasks and accurate sentence formation using the basic vocabulary of personal experiences and familiar contexts. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of intake and orientation procedures; XELL0712R and XELL0712W; or placement according to established criteria.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0721Z Beg Reading/Writing B1
English Lang Learner (non-cr)
0 Dev Ed

XELL0722L Beginning Listening B2
Develops listening skills and strategies for common everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0721L or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0722R Beginning Reading B2
Develops reading skills for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Introduces grammar, vocabulary and strategies for reading. Designed for beginning, non-native speakers of English. Completion of intake and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0721R Beginning Reading B1, or placement by ESL program specialists
0 Dev Ed

XELL0722S Beginning Speaking B2
Develops speaking skills and strategies for common everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0712S or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0722W Beginning Writing B2
Focuses on basic writing skills. Emphasizes the accuracy of sentence formation, using the basic vocabulary of personal experiences and familiar contexts. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of intake and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0712W Beginning Writing B1 or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0722X Beg Listening/Speaking B2
Develops listening skills, speaking skills, and strategies for common everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; XELL0721S; or placement according to established criteria.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0722Y Beg Reading/Writing B2
Focuses on basic reading and writing skills for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Introduces grammar, vocabulary, and strategies for reading and emphasizes the accuracy of sentence formation using the basic vocabulary of personal experiences and familiar contexts. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of intake and orientation procedures; XELL0721R; or placement according to established criteria.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0722Z Beg Reading/Writing B2
English Lang Learner (non-cr)
0 Dev Ed

XELL0730P English Vowels & Consonants
Focuses on pronunciation of English vowels and consonants and using a phonetic alphabet to sound out vocabulary. Designed for non-native English speakers at the low intermediate level. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENL022S, ENL022L, ENL022R and ENL022W, placement by ESL program specialist, or consent of the instructor.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0730T Computer Basics for ESL
Introduces basic computer operations to intermediate and high-level non-native speakers of English. Covers using a computer operating system and basic tasks such as starting up, shutting down, navigating through folder hierarchies, inserting and using removable media, and locating and running applications. Prerequisite: Successful completion of B2 Reading/Writing and B2 Listening/Speaking and a score of 34 or higher on the CELSA or placement by an ESL specialist after assessment or consent of instructor.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0731G ESL Intermediate Grammar 1
Focuses on improving grammatical accuracy in oral and written communication and on improving reading and listening comprehension through greater understanding of grammatical structures. Designed for low intermediate to intermediate non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Successful completion of B2 Reading/Writing and B2 Listening/Speaking and a score of 34 or higher on the CELSA or placement by an ESL specialist after assessment or consent of instructor.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0731L Intermediate Listening C1
Develops listening skills and strategies for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for intermediate non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0722L or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0731N Intermediate Writing C1
English Lang Learner (non-cr)
0 Dev Ed

XELL0731P Basic English Pronunciation 1
Introduces basic principles of American English pronunciation. Focuses on developing a pronunciation plan, using a dictionary to pronounce words, pronouncing English vowels and consonants, syllables, word endings, and word stress. Designed for non-native English speakers at the low intermediate level. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENL022S, ENL022L, ENL022R and ENL022W, placement by ESL program specialist, or consent of the instructor.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0731R Intermediate Reading C1
Develops reading skills for everyday situations, the workplace and the academic environment. Reviews and broadens the use of grammar, vocabulary, and strategies for reading. Designed for intermediate non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0722R Intermediate Reading B2 or placement by ESL program specialists
0 Dev Ed

XELL0731S Intermediate Speaking C1
Develops speaking skills and strategies for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for intermediate non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0722S or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0731T Word Processing for ESL
Introduces word processing basics. Designed for intermediate to high-level non-native speakers of English. Covers setting up and formatting basic documents, using document templates, and introduces more advanced word processing features such as tables and clip art. Prerequisite: Successful completion of B2 Reading/Writing and B2 Listening/Speaking and a score of 34 or higher on the CELSA or placement by an ESL specialist after assessment or consent of instructor.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0731W Intermediate Writing C1
Introduces the writing of short paragraphs using chronological order, transition words, correct spelling, and punctuation. Designed for intermediate non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0722W or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0732G ESL Intermediate Grammar 2
Focuses on improving grammatical accuracy in oral and written communication and on improving reading and listening comprehension through greater understanding of grammatical structures. Designed for low intermediate to intermediate non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Successful completion of C1 Reading/Writing and C1 Listening/Speaking and a score of 42 or higher on the CELSA or placement by an ESL specialist after assessment or consent of instructor.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0732L Intermediate Listening C2
Continues to develop listening skills and strategies for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for intermediate non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0731L or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0732M Intermediate Reading
English Lang Learner (non-cr)
0 Dev Ed

XELL0732N Intermediate Writing
English Lang Learner (non-cr)
0 Dev Ed

XELL0732P Basic English Pronunciation 2
Introduces basic principles of U.S. American English pronunciation. Focuses on using a pronouncing key, pronouncing English vowels and consonants, rhythm in sentences, intonation in discourse and comprehending connected or rapid speech. Designed for non-native English speakers at the low-intermediate level. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENL031P or consent of the instructor.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0732R Intermediate Reading C2
Develops reading skills for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Reviews and broadens the use of grammar, vocabulary and strategies for reading. Designed for intermediate non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of orientation and assessment procedures; successful completion of XELL0731R or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0732S Intermediate Speaking C2
Continues to develop speaking skills and strategies for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Designed for intermediate non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0731S or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0732T Internet for ESL
Introduces basic Internet skills and concepts to low-intermediate to high level non-native speakers of English. Includes an overview of the Internet and related vocabulary, basic Web searching and resource evaluation skills, and beginning and intermediate e-mail skills. Prerequisite: Successful completion of B2 Reading/Writing and B2 Listening/Speaking and a score of 34 or higher on the CELSA or placement by an ESL specialist after assessment or consent of instructor.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0732W Intermediate Writing C2
Focuses on writing simple narrative and descriptive paragraphs about daily activities and personal experiences. Designed for intermediate non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0731W or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0733T Technology for ESL
Introduces basic computer operations to intermediate and advanced non-native speakers of English. Covers using a computer operating system, word processing basics, and basic Internet skills and concepts. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures or placement by an ESL program specialist.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0740A Intro Academic Listen/Speaking
Focuses on listening and speaking skills needed in social and academic settings. Introduces note-taking, formal presentations, and conversation management. Designed for non-native English speakers at the intermediate level. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of ENL032L and ENL032S or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0741G Intro to College Grammar 1
Focuses on improving grammatical accuracy in oral and written communication and on improving reading and listening comprehension through greater understanding of grammatical structures. Designed for high intermediate to low advanced non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Successful completion of C2 Reading/Writing and C2 Listening/Speaking, or successful completion of Intermediate Grammar 2, a CELSA score of 47 or higher, or consent of instructor, or placement by an ESL specialist.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0741L Intro to Academic Listening 1
Focuses on simple work and community related listening and introduces simple academic listening. Designed for non-native English speakers at the intermediate level. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0732L or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0741M Imtro to College Reading
English Lang Learner (non-cr)
0 Dev Ed

XELL0741N Intro to College Writing
English Lang Learner (non-cr)
0 Dev Ed

XELL0741P Intro English Pronunciation 1
Develops principles of U.S. American English pronunciation. Focuses on creating a pronunciation plan, using a dictionary, pronouncing English vowels and consonants, sound and spelling patterns, syllables and word endings, and stress patterns in words. Designed for non-native English speakers at the high-intermediate level. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENL032S, ENL032L, ENL032R and ENL032W or corresponding non-credit courses, placement by ESL program specialist or consent of the instructor.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0741R Intro to College Reading 1
Provides continued development of reading for the transition from life skills reading to academic reading. Broadens the use of grammar, vocabulary and more complex strategies for reading. Designed for intermediate, non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0732R C2 or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0741S Intro to Academic Speaking 1
Focuses on work and community related speaking skills and introduces simple academic speaking. Designed for non-native English speakers at the intermediate level. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0732S or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0741V Academic Vocabulary Building
English Lang Learner (non-cr)
0 Dev Ed

XELL0741W Intro to College Writing 1
Provides an introduction to academic writing in English. Focuses on the continued development of paragraph writing and editing. Designed for intermediate non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0732W or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0742G Intro to College Grammar
Focuses on improving grammatical accuracy in oral and written communication and on improving reading and listening comprehension through greater understanding of grammatical structures. Designed for high intermediate to low advanced non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment procedures. A score of 50 or above on the CELSA, successful completion of Intermediate Grammar 1, consent of instructor, or placement by an ESL specialist.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0742L Intro to Academic Listening 2
Focuses on routine work-related, social and simplified academic listening. Designed for non-native English speakers at the intermediate level. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0741L or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0742P Intro English Pronunciation 2
Introduces additional principles of U. S. American English pronunciation. Reviews vowels, consonants, syllabication and word stress. Focuses on rhythm in sentences, intonation patterns in phrases and sentences, thought groups, pausing, phrasing, and comprehending rapid, connected speech. Designed for non-native English speakers at the high-intermediate level. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENL041P or XELL0741P or consent of the instructor.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0742R Intro to College Reading 2
Provides development of reading for the transition from life skills reading to academic reading. Broadens the use of grammar, vocabulary and more complex strategies for reading. Designed for intermediate, non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0741R Introduction to College Reading 1 or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0742S Intro to Academic Speaking 2
Focuses on speaking skills essential for conversation management in academic and work settings. Designed for non-native English speakers at the intermediate level. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0741S or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0742W Intro to College Writing 2
Builds on basic academic writing skills, emphasizing paragraph development and editing in tasks requiring several linked paragraphs. Introduces basic academic essays. Designed for high-intermediate non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0741W or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0746I TOEFL Test Prep Workshop
Provides an overview of the internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL-iBT). Includes taking a practice test and developing an individual academic plan. Focuses on high-intermediate non-native speakers of English.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0750A Academic Listening & Speaking
Develops listening and speaking skills needed in academic and social settings. Focuses on strategies, formal language, note-taking, and presentations. Designed for advanced non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures. Successful completion of ENL040C, ENL041L, ENL041S, ENL042L or ENL042S by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0751G Advanced Grammar 2
Continues focus on the written and oral use of discrete grammar structures in English. Designed for advanced non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment procedures. Successful completion of XELL0742G Advanced Grammar 1, or consent of instructor, or placement by an ESL specialist. A score of 55 or above on the CELSA. A score of 50 or above on the CASAS WA.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0751L Develop Academic Listening 1
Develops listening skills needed in social and some simplified academic settings. Addresses vocabulary development and pronunciation needed to understand speech at a normal speed. Designed for advanced non-native English speakers. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; placement by ESL program specialists or successful completion of XELL0742L.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0751P Adv English Pronunciation 1
Focuses on development of the principles of U. S. American English pronunciation including correct production of English vowels and consonants, word stress, and rhythm. Designed for advanced non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENL040, 041 or 042 or corresponding non-credit courses, placement by ESL program specialist or consent of the instructor.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0751R ESL College Reading 1
Introduces extended reading in an academic context. Builds academic vocabulary, reading strategies and cultural knowledge to prepare students for college transition. Designed for advanced, non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures. Successful completion of XELL0742R Introduction to College Reading 2 or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0751S Developing Academic Speaking 1
Develops speaking skills needed in some academic and occupational settings. Focuses on skills needed to gather, synthesize, present and critique information. Designed for advanced non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0742S or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0751W Transition/College Writing 1
Focuses on the development of advanced writing skills for college transition. Provides continued practice with paragraph writing and editing skills. Introduces essay writing. Designed for advanced non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0742W or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0752G Advanced Grammar 3
Continues focus on the written and oral use of discrete grammar structures in English. Designed for advanced non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment procedures. Successful completion of XELL0751G Advanced Grammar 2, or consent of instructor, or placement by an ESL specialist. A score of 60 or above on the CELSA. A score of 56 or above on the CASAS WA.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0752L Develop Academic Listening 2
Develops note taking and listening skills in academic and occupational/professional settings. Focuses on ability to follow speech between native speakers and take notes on extended discourse. Designed for advanced non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; placement by ESL program specialists or successful completion of XELL0751L.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0752P Adv English Pronunciation 2
Focuses on further applying and adapting the principles of U. S. American English pronunciation to the student's occupational and academic communication. Reviews stress, rhythm, vowels and consonants. Introduces intonation, pitch, and thought groups. Designed for advanced non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENL051P, XELL0751P or by consent of the instructor.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0752R ESL College Reading 2
Develops higher-level academic vocabulary, reading strategies and cultural knowledge for college transition. Focuses on extended readings in an academic context. Designed for advanced, non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures, successful completion of XELL0751R ENL College Reading 1, or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0752S Developing Academic Speaking 2
Develops speaking skills used in academic and occupational settings. Focuses on questioning strategies, formal language and presentation skills. Designed for advanced non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0751S or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0752W Transition/College Writing 2
Focuses on expository writing for college with emphasis on comparison/contrast, classification and process essays. Covers essay writing process, note taking, outlining, summarizing, editing and word choice. Introduces the use of outside source material to support main ideas in essays. Designed for advanced non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; successful completion of XELL0751W or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0756I TOEFL Test Prep-Listening
Prepares students for English proficiency testing on the listening portion of the internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL-iBT). Focuses on low advanced non-native speakers of English.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0757I TOEFL Test Prep-Speaking
Prepares students for English proficiency testing on the speaking portion of the internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL-iBT). Focuses on low advanced non-native speakers of English.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0758I TOEFL Test Prep-Reading
Prepares students for English proficiency testing on the reading portion of the internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL-iBT). Focuses on low advanced non-native speakers of English.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0759I TOEFL Test Prep-Writing
Prepares students for English proficiency testing on the writing portion of the internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL-iBT). Focuses on low advanced non-native speakers of English.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0761R Advanced Reading for College 1
Focuses on the development of strategies and techniques for improving reading comprehension in academic contexts. Develops advanced reading skills to prepare for college transition. Designed for advanced, non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Completion of assessment and orientation procedures; and successful completion of XELL0752R, Transition to College Reading 2, or placement by ESL program specialists.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0781I American Language & Culture
Focuses on American culture and vocabulary acquisition for non-native English speakers. Prerequisite: Consent of Language Institute Academic Advisor
0 Dev Ed

XELL0782I American Language & Culture
Focuses on American culture and vocabulary acquisition for non-native English speakers. Prerequisite: Consent of Language Institute Academic Advisor
0 Dev Ed

XELL0783I American Language & Culture
Focuses on American culture and vocabulary acquisition for non-native English speakers. Prerequisite: Consent of Language Institute Academic Advisor
0 Dev Ed

XELL0784I American Language & Culture
Focuses on American culture and vocabulary acquisition for non-native English speakers. Prerequisite: Consent of Language Institute Academic Advisor
0 Dev Ed

XELL0785I American Language & Culture
Focuses on American culture and vocabulary acquisition for non-native English speakers. Prerequisite: Consent of Language Institute Academic Advisor
0 Dev Ed

XELL0786I American Language & Culture
Focuses on American culture and vocabulary acquisition for non-native English speakers. Prerequisite: Consent of Language Institute Academic Advisor
0 Dev Ed

XELL0787I American Language & Culture
Focuses on American culture and vocabulary acquisition for non-native English speakers. Prerequisite: Consent of Language Institute Academic Advisor
0 Dev Ed

XELL0787J ESL Pronunciation for Industry
Introduces basic principles of American English Pronunciation. Designed for non-native English speakers at low and intermediate levels of English language comprehension in an industry setting.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0787K ESL Writing for Industry
Introduces basic writing skills needed for common situations in the workplace. Designed for non-native speakers of English.
0 Dev Ed

XELL0787L ESL Listening/Speaking for Ind
Develops listening, speaking skills, and strategies for everyday situations in the workplace and in life settings. Designed for beginning non-native speakers of English.
0 Dev Ed

XELT0001A Intro to Robotic Systems (-16)
Introduces the advantages and disadvantages of highly automated systems and provides a demonstration of the robotic systems including a advanced automation systems.
0 Non-Credit

XELT0701A Intro to Robotic Systems
Introduces the advantages and disadvantages of highly automated systems and provides a demonstration of the robotic systems including a advanced automation systems.
0 Non-Credit

XELT9050B Intro to Automated Systems
Introduces the advantages and disadvantages of highly automated systems and includes a demonstration of the HAS2000, a highly automated training system.
.4 CEU

XELT9050C Intro/Vacuum, Pneumatics, Hydr
Introduces the theory of operation of vacuum, pneumatic and hydraulic systems and their applications.
.4 CEU

XELT9050D Introduction to ESD Control
Covers electrostatic discharges (ESD) and how they damage electronic circuit boards and devices. Intended for those who work with electronic components or devices and/or are building a computer or electronic project.
.4 CEU

XELT9050E Introduction to ESD Control
Covers electrostatic discharges (ESD) and how they damage electronic circuit boards and devices. Pertains to those who work with electronic components or devices and/or are building a computer or electronic project.
.15 CEU

XELT9050G Innovations/Lead Free Mfg
Introduces lead free based manufacturing technology. Covers basic vocabulary, introduction to thermal soldering and hot air rework, static awareness, safety, proper joint identification, defect identification, and chemicals used in the manufacturing of lead free electronics.
.3 CEU

XELT9050H PLC Fundamentals for Industry
Covers the operation, maintenance, or purchase of automated equipment. Introduces the theory of operation of Programmable Logic Controllers and how they are integrated and function in an automated system.
.8 CEU

XELT9050J Tube Amplifiers 1
Introduces the use of vacuum tubes for electronic amplification with musical instruments and broadcast systems, and how that knowledge is applied. Covers the operation of tube amplification equipment, brief history of technical advances, effective listening, basic trouble shooting of tube circuits, and how to select equipment for different types of instruments, including electric guitar, keyboards, violins, and other acoustics. All materials provided in class, including notebooks, handouts, and reading materials. Includes emphasis on electric guitar amplifiers. Prerequisites: Enrollment in the Electronics Technologies program or Industry Electronics Background or Industry Electronics Background or Instructor Consent.
2.2 CEU

XELT9050K Lubricants
Identifies the common types of lubricants used in manufacturing and processing equipment. Explains the selection criteria used for the various types of lubricants.
.4 CEU

XELT9050L Seal and Gaskets
Identifies the common types of seals and gaskets used in manufacturing and processing equipment. Explains the selection criteria for the various seals and gaskets used in industry.
.4 CEU

XELT9050M Electric Motors
Identifies the common types of motors used in manufacturing and processing equipment. Explains the selection criteria for various types of motors.
.4 CEU

XELT9050N Basic Sensors
Identifies the common types of sensors used in manufacturing and processing equipment. Explains the selection criteria for the various types of sensors.
.4 CEU

XELT9050P Springs
Identifies the common types of springs used in manufacturing and processing equipment. Explains the selection criteria for the various types of springs.
.4 CEU

XELT9050Q Electronics for Industry
Reviews general safety procedures for today's factories. Presents electrical mechanical equipment symbols and devices. Reviews electrical and mechanical standards, and introduces test and industrial equipment sets.
3.2 CEU

XELT9050R PLC Level 2
Explores the use of programmable logic controllers (PLCs) in the manufacturing process of small businesses. Identifies PLC's and resources used by industrial facilities. Develops configuration of PLCs for use in industrial applications.
.8 CEU

XEMT0001A EMT Skills Assessment
Tests for competency in the practical skills required to become certified at the EMT-Basic level. Evaluates skills in patient assessment-trauma, patient assessment-medical, ventilatory management, cardiac arrest management, spinal immobilization, and trauma care. Prerequisite: EMT151; and EMT152B
0 Non-Credit

XEMT0001B EMT Intermediate Skills Asmt
Tests for competency in the practical skills required to become certified at the EMT-Intermediate level. Evaluates skills in patient assessment-trauma, ventilatory management, cardiac arrest management, and intravenous therapy and medication administration. Prerequisite: EMT167A; and EMT167B
0 Non-Credit

XEMT0571A EMT/Paramedic Skills Lab
Provides guided practice of the EMT/paramedic skills required for certification to work in the profession. Prerequisite: Enrollment in EMT151, EMT152B, EMT296, or EMT297
0 Non-Credit

XEMT9400A EMT Seminar
Emergency Med Tech (non-cr)
.6 CEU

XEMT9400B EMT Seminar
Emergency Med Tech (non-cr)
1.2 CEU

XEMT9400C EMT Recertification
Training involving specific course content for continuing education and recertification for Oregon and National Registry EMT-Basic, EMT-Intermediate and EMT-Paramedic.
.4 CEU

XEMT9400D EMT Recertification
Training involving specific course content for continuing education and recertification for Oregon and National Registry EMT-Basic, EMT-Intermediate and EMT-Paramedic.
.6 CEU

XEMT9400E EMT Recertification
Training involving specific course content for continuing education and recertification for Oregon and National Registry EMT-Basic, EMT-Intermediate and EMT-Paramedic.
.8 CEU

XEMT9400F EMT Recertification
Training involving specific course content for continuing education and recertification for Oregon and National Registry EMT-Basic, EMT-Intermediate and EMT-Paramedic.
1.6 CEU

XEMT9400G EMT Recertification
Training involving specific course content for continuing education and recertification for Oregon and National Registry EMT-Basic, EMT-Intermediate and EMT-Paramedic.
2 CEU

XEMT9400H EMT Recertification
Training involving specific course content for continuing education and recertification for Oregon and National Registry EMT-Basic, EMT-Intermediate and EMT-Paramedic.
3 CEU

XEMT9400J EMT Recertification
Training involving specific course content for continuing education and recertification for Oregon and National Registry EMT-Basic, EMT-Intermediate and EMT-Paramedic.
4 CEU

XEMT9400K EMT Seminar
Training involving specified course content for continuing education and recertification for Oregon and National Registry EMT-Basic, EMT-Intermediate and EMT-Paramedic.
.3 CEU

XEMT9400L EMT Recertification
Training involving specified course content for continuing education and recertification for Oregon and National Registry EMT-Basic, EMT-Intermediate and EMT-Paramedic.
2.4 CEU

XENG0001B ETG History of Women Writers
Presents the influences of history on women writers and their works. Studies at least 12 women writers from the 12th through the 19th centuries. Notes how these authors expressed themselves, and revealed the times in which they lived, through their literature.
0 Non-Credit

XENG0001C Great Books Discussion
English (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XENL0001A TOEFL Test (Institutional)
Standardized timed test of general English proficiency of non-native speakers; offered once a term in a group testing situation.
0 Dev Ed

XES0001A CPR
Provides the essentials of first aid and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) procedures.
0 Non-Credit

XES0001B First Aid
Provides the essentials of first aid and CPR procedures.
0 Non-Credit

XES0800A First Aid and CPR
Provides the essentials of first aid and CPR procedures. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XES9400A Standard First Aid
Course teaches the first aid skills a person needs to act as the first link in the emergency medical system (EMS). Skills and techniques help participants to stay calm in emergencies and make decisions with appropriate steps in controlling the medical situation until emergency service personnel arrive.
.8 CEU

XES9400B Medic First Aid
Provides essentials of first aid and CPR procedures for employees in business and industry.
.8 CEU

XES9400C Health Care Provider CPR
Covers the principles and procedures of providing basic life support to victims of airway obstruction, respiratory arrest and/or cardiac arrest. Leads to certification in basic life support by the American Red Cross or the American Heart Association.
.8 CEU

XES9400D CPR Level C
Emergency Services (non-cr)
.8 CEU

XES9400E CPR Refresher
Review of Adult Basic Life Support using lecture, audiovisual presentation and mannequin practice in the principles and procedures of providing basic life support to victims of airway obstruction, respiratory arrest and/or cardiac arrest. Successful completion leads to recertification in basic life support by the Oregon Heart Association.
.4 CEU

XES9400F Hazard Communication
Designed to meet new state standards in the area of hazardous materials incident response. Devoted to the area of concern involving public works personnel and their potential involvement during hazardous materials emergency.
.8 CEU

XES9400J Comm Emergency Response Teams
Provides an introduction to Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training and a refresher for current CERT team members. Covers introduction to CERTs and personal preparedness; fire safety, hazardous material and terrorist incidents; Search and Rescue; Disaster Medical Operations. Includes a model team exercise.
2.1 CEU

XES9400K CPR/First Aid/Blood Borne Path
Provides the essentials of first aid and CPR procedures, and blood-borne pathogen protection protocols. Offered as needed
.9 CEU

XES9400L CPR for Health Care Providers
Covers the principles and procedures of providing basic life support to victims of airway obstruction, respiratory arrest and/or cardiac arrest. Leads to certification in basic life support by the American Red Cross or the American Heart Association. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XES9400M First Aid/Hlth Care Providers
Provides the essentials of first aid and CPR procedures. Offered as needed
.3 CEU

XES9400N Blood Borne Pathogens Trng
Introduces basic strategies for health care providers to protect themselves from blood-borne pathogens while performing first aid or CPR. Offered as needed
.2 CEU

XESL0794Q ESL Orientation
Provides non-native English speakers with information about the English as a Second Language program, about language learning and American educational culture, and about opportunities for independent language learning. Covers language assessment and advising. Includes an opportunity to formulate realistic learning goals. Offers native language interpretation as needed.
0 Dev Ed

XESL0794R ESL Orientation
Non-native English speaker is interviewed and assessed as to skills, goals, and needs in reference to English language ability and culture orientation. Intake Specialist, in cooperation with the student, formulates a realistic plan of action that will meet his/her need for academic, vocational, or employment training.
0 Dev Ed

XFA0001A Culture Through Films
Exploration of culture through film and discussion.
0 Non-Credit

XFA0001D Essential Films
Presents a survey of breakthrough films that changed the language of modern cinema.
0 Non-Credit

XFL0600A Foreign Languages
Introduces the basics of foreign language, covers the alphabet, vowels, pronunciation, daily use of vocabulary, and basic grammar. Includes review, interactive learning, practice exercises, and grammar instruction.
0 Non-Credit

XFL0600B Foreign Language
Introduces the basics of foreign language, covers the alphabet, vowels, pronunciation, daily use of vocabulary, and basic grammar. Includes review, interactive learning, practice exercises, and grammar instruction.
0 Non-Credit

XFL0600C Foreign Language
Introduces the basics of foreign language, covers the alphabet, vowels, pronunciation, daily use of vocabulary, and basic grammar. Includes review, interactive learning, practice exercises, and grammar instruction.
0 Non-Credit

XFL0600D Foreign Language
Introduces the basics of foreign language, covers the alphabet, vowels, pronunciation, daily use of vocabulary, and basic grammar. Includes review, interactive learning, practice exercises, and grammar instruction.
0 Non-Credit

XFN0001A Chemeketa Cooking School
Features current topics and trends in foods and nutrition. Includes demonstration and hands-on food preparation.
0 Non-Credit

XFN0001B Herbs Growing/Use
How to grow herbs and use them for a variety of purposes.
0 Non-Credit

XFN0001W Inside the World of Coffee
Introduces coffee; growing, shipping, roasting, brewing, and enjoying it. Covers all the stages of production and develops a better understanding of the complexities of coffee. Also examines the coffee business.
0 Non-Credit

XFN0591A Going Vegetarian
Study the principles of a vegetarian diet, identify the nutritional value of food, learn how to select vegetarian foods, and prepare a variety of simple vegetarian dishes.
0 Non-Credit

XFN0594A Food's Healing Power
Introduces nutrition with an emphasis on using natural foods to promote a healthy lifestyle and prevent chronic diseases.
0 Non-Credit

XFN0594B Herbs for Health
Covers the historical, medicinal, and nutritional benefits of herbs and foods.
0 Non-Credit

XFN0594C Food's Healing Power
Introduces nutrition with an emphasis on using natural foods to promote a healthy lifestyle and prevent chronic diseases.
0 Non-Credit

XFN0594F ETG Food/Fitness Fight Cancer
Presents a positive approach to choosing healthy foods, planning nutritious menus, and managing weight. Focuses on building a strong immune system to aid in preventing cancer. Covers practical skills and support to make constructive changes in eating and exercise habits.
0 Non-Credit

XFN9900A Children's Nutrition
Assists the home child care provider to plan nutritious meals, to create positive eating environments, and to implement appropriate educational food activities and experience for children. Includes individual and small group discussion, guest speakers, and hands-on practice.
.6 CEU

XFR0542A French Beg Conversation 1
Designed to present a basic French vocabulary and the conjugation of verbs in the present tense. Emphasizes the pronunciation of basic words which would aid the traveler or beginning student. First of three courses.
0 Non-Credit

XFR0542B French Beg Conversation 2
Continuing emphasis on correct French pronunciation; includes telling times and dates, and the conjugation verbs in the past tense. Second of three courses.
0 Non-Credit

XFR0542D French Int 1
Covers reading, writing, listening, and speaking French. Prerequisite: Beginning French
0 Non-Credit

XFR0542E French Int 2
Continued coverage of reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Includes specific number skills, and more advanced grammar skills. Renew basic verb conjugation. Prerequisite: Term 1 of Intermediate French, or instructors consent.
0 Non-Credit

XFR0542F French for Travelers
Introduces French pronunciation, basic vocabulary for travel, cultural information, and travel suggestions and tips. Involves weekly conversation practice.
0 Non-Credit

XFRP0970A Emergency Services Job Shadow
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention, and fire department leadership.
0 Non-Credit

XFRP9300A Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention and fire department leadership.
.2 CEU

XFRP9300B Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention and fire department leadership.
.4 CEU

XFRP9300C Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention and fire department leadership.
.6 CEU

XFRP9300D Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention and fire department leadership.
.8 CEU

XFRP9300E Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention and fire department leadership.
1 CEU

XFRP9300F Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention and fire department leadership.
1.2 CEU

XFRP9300G Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention and fire department leadership.
1.4 CEU

XFRP9300H Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention and fire department leadership.
1.6 CEU

XFRP9300J Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention, and fire department leadership.
2.5 CEU

XFRP9300K Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention, and fire department leadership.
3 CEU

XFRP9300L Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention, and fire department leadership.
3.5 CEU

XFRP9300M Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention, and fire department leadership.
4 CEU

XFRP9300N Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention, and fire department leadership.
4.5 CEU

XFRP9300P Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention, and fire department leadership.
6.5 CEU

XFRP9300Q Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention, and fire department leadership.
9.5 CEU

XFRP9300R Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention, and fire department leadership.
12 CEU

XFRP9300S Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention, and fire department leadership.
20 CEU

XFRP9300T Fire Protection Accredited Sem
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and National Fire Protection Accreditation (NFPA) accredited training involving specified course content in firefighting skills, firefighter safety, fire prevention, and fire department leadership.
0 CEU

XFRP9300U Play Safe-Be Safe
Explores the nature and extent of children's fire play. Uses a review of children's cognitive skills to develop an understanding of the techniques needed to teach children fire safety. Presents statistics on the number of fires started by children each year, and the deaths, injuries, and property loss resulting from these fires. Links the Health Belief and Integrated Models of health behavior change to each workshop objective and exercise.
.4 CEU

XGE0001A PLTW Aerospace Engnr (-16)
Explores the evolution of flight, flight fundamentals, navigation and control, aerospace materials, propulsion, space travel, orbital mechanics, ergonomics, remotely operated systems and related careers. Presents alternative applications for aerospace engineering concepts. Utilizes the activity-project-problem-based (APPB) teaching and learning pedagogy to analyze, design, and build aerospace systems. Applies engineering concepts to the design process. Applies knowledge gained in a final multimedia project to envision future careers. Prerequisite: MTH070 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XGE0500A PLTW Aerospace Engnr
Explores the evolution of flight, flight fundamentals, navigation and control, aerospace materials, propulsion, space travel, orbital mechanics, ergonomics, remotely operated systems and related careers. Presents alternative applications for aerospace engineering concepts. Utilizes the activity-project-problem-based (APPB) teaching and learning pedagogy to analyze, design, and build aerospace systems. Applies engineering concepts to the design process. Applies knowledge gained in a final multimedia project to envision future careers. Prerequisite: MTH070 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XGED0001A GED Test
General Ed Development
0 Dev Ed

XGED0001C GED Skills Lab (-16)
General Ed Development
0 Non-Credit

XGED0001D GED Skills Lab (-16)
General Ed Development
0 Dev Ed

XGED0001E GED Facilitated Study (-16)
General Ed Development
0 Dev Ed

XGED0517A GED Fast Track
Offers skill development designed to prepare GED level students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skills and knowledge applications in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisites: 1. Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; 2. CASAS Reading score of 236 or above, CASAS Math score of 226 or above, and CASAS Writing score of 4 or above.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0517B GED Fast Track
Offers skill development designed to prepare GED level students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skills and knowledge applications in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisites: 1. Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; 2. CASAS Reading score of 236 or above, CASAS Math score of 226 or above, and CASAS Writing score of 4 or above.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793A GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793B GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793C GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793D GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793E GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793F GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793G GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793H GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793J GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793K GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793L GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793M GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793N GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or Referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793P GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793Q GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793R GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793S GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793T GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
0 Dev Ed

XGED0793U GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher
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XGED0793V GED Skills Lab
Offers skill development course designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
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XGED0793X GED Transition/College
Designed to prepare students to successfully complete the GED examinations in five areas: math, literature and the arts, science, social studies, and writing skills. Emphasizes skill and knowledge application in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Prerequisite: Orientation session; CASAS scores of 236-245, or scores of 40 or higher on each subject of the GED Official Practice Tests.
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XGED0794F GED Facilitated Study
GED preparation materials including printed texts, computers, Casio fx-260 solar calculators, and videos will be available for classroom use. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
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XGED0794G GED Facilitated Study
GED preparation materials including printed texts, computers, Casio fx-260 solar calculators, and videos will be available for classroom use. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
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XGED0794K GED Facilitated Study
GED preparation materials including printed texts, computers, Casio fx-260 solar calculators, and videos will be available for classroom use. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
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XGED0794L GED Facilitated Study
GED preparation materials including printed texts, computers, Casio fx-260 solar calculators, and videos will be available for classroom use. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation; or CASAS Reading score above 236, CASAS Math above 225, and CASAS Writing 3 or above; or referral by ESL instructor and BEST test score of 27 or above or SPL 5 or higher.
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XGED0900A GED Writing
Applies writing skills and rules to enable students to successfully complete the multiple choice portion of the GED Writing Test. Covers standard sentence structure, usage and mechanics at the GED level. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED Orientation; and completion of one of the following: BASIS Writing score or current writing sample of 3 or better; or CASAS Reading score of 236 or better; or completion of Developing Writing, Structured Writing, or Basic Writing and Spelling courses; or Instructor recommendation.
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XGED0900B GED Writing
Applies writing skills and rules to enable students to successfully complete the multiple choice portion of the GED Writing Test. Covers standard sentence structure, usage and mechanics at the GED level. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED Orientation; and completion of one of the following: BASIS Writing score or current writing sample of 3 or better; or CASAS Reading score of 236 or better; or completion of Developing Writing, Structured Writing, or Basic Writing and Spelling courses; or Instructor recommendation.
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XGED0900C Essay Writing
Develops writing skills and strategies to enable students to write and evaluate essays and to complete the essay portion of the GED Writing Test. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED Orientation; and completion of one of the following: BASIS Writing score or current writing sample of 3 or better; or CASAS Reading score of 236 or better; or completion of Developing Writing, Structured Writing or Basic Writing and Spelling courses; or instructor recommendation.
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XGED0900D Essay Writing
Develops writing skills and strategies to enable students to write and evaluate essays and to complete the essay portion of the GED Writing Test. Prerequisite: Completion of ABE/GED Orientation; and completion of one of the following: BASIS Writing score or current writing sample of 3 or better; or CASAS Reading score of 236 or better; or completion of Developing Writing, Structured Writing or Basic Writing and Spelling courses; or instructor recommendation.
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XGED0900E GED & Essay Writing
Develops writing skills and strategies to enable students to complete the essay writing and multiple choice portions of the GED Writing Test. Prerequisites: 1. Completion of ABE/GED Orientation; 2. Completion of one of the following: A. Internal Writing Assessment score or current writing sample of 31-40 or better or, B. CASAS Reading score of 236 or better or, C. Completion of Developing Writing, Structured Writing or Spelling courses or, D. Instructor recommendation
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XGED0900G GED Math Review
Covers basic math skills for students planning to take the GED mathematics test. Analyzes problems and applies math knowledge to real life and work situations. Prerequisite: ABE/GED Orientation and CASAS Math score of 225 or higher, or Math Fundamentals, or consent of instructor.
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XGED0900H GED Math Review
Covers basic math skills for students planning to take the GED mathematics test. Analyzes problems and applies math knowledge to real life and work situations. Prerequisite: ABE/GED Orientation and CASAS Math score of 225 or higher or Math Fundamentals, or consent of instructor.
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XGED0900J GED Grammar & Essay Writing
Develops writing skills and strategies to enable students to complete the essay writing and multiple choice portions of the GED writing test. Prerequisite: ABE/GED Orientation and Internal Writing Assessment score or current writing sample of 31-40 or better, or CASAS Reading score of 236 or better, or Developing Writing, Structured Writing, or Spelling courses, or consent of instructor.
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XGED0900K GED Reading Skills 2
Develops intermediate level reading skills and strategies for pre-college and GED level students in the subject areas of social studies, science, and language arts reading. Prerequisite: ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation and CASAS Reading score of 235 or higher or Reading Skills I, or consent of instructor.
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XGED0900L College/Career Awareness OPABS
Focuses specifically on preparing ABE/GED students to enter college, training programs, and high-demand career areas. Offers occupational information, college and training programs, strategies for accessing and understanding information, and support in putting together a personal plan. Prerequisite: ABE/GED or Basic Skills Development Orientation and CASAS Reading score of 235 or higher or Reading Sills 1, or consent of instructor.
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XGER0543A German, Beginning
Introduces fundamental German grammar and vocabulary with an emphasis on oral communication.
0 Non-Credit

XGER0543B German, Beginning 1
Introduces the German language. Covers alphabet, pronunciation, daily use vocabulary, simple verbs and grammar. Includes review, interactive learning, listening and understanding exercises, and grammar instruction.
0 Non-Credit

XGER0543C German, Beginning 2
Continues first year-beginning level German language course. Covers vocabulary used daily and simple verbs. Emphasizes more advanced grammar and includes review, interactive learning, listening and understanding exercises, and grammar instruction.
0 Non-Credit

XGER0601A German for Travelers
Introduces German pronunciation, basic vocabulary for travel, cultural information, and travel suggestions and tips. Involves weekly conversation practice.
0 Non-Credit

XGS0001A Youth Science Camp
Emphasizes the development of scientific skills and knowledge through hands-on experimentation and activities.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001A Brown Bag
In a lecture, dialogue, discussion, and/or active learning format, participants will explore adult living topics (such as living with Alzheimer’s, dealing with divorce, single living, etc.).
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001E UB Summer Academy/-16
Offers a high school college preparatory program that integrates the subjects of math, science, literature, writing, and foreign language focusing on the Willamette River and the Willamette River watershed. In addition, the course incorporates supporting subjects in the areas of fitness, music, technology, dance, art, history and community awareness. Includes college exam preparation.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001G Testing Accommodation
Designed to provide examination alternatives for students with special needs.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001H Support Service Orientation
Process where disabled students who wish to access support services are interviewed and assessed as to goals, needs, and academic adjustments related to class instructor expectations. Coordinator of Disabled Student Services, in cooperation with the student, formulates a realistic plan that will meet the student's identified needs and enhance the probability of success at Chemeketa.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001J Interpret Serv/FT Deaf Student
Service provided to Deaf and Hard of Hearing students. Interpreters will accompany students to class and will provide voice to sign and sign to voice assistance. FM systems will be loaned to Hard of Hearing students.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001P Int'l Student Practical Trng
Human Development (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001Q Self-Hypnosis
Develops an understanding of the uses of self-hypnosis. Explores ways to use self-hypnosis for changing habits, stress reduction, and personal motivation.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001R Career Center Introduction
Covers resources and services available through the Career Center, the electronic check-in process, and resource room guidelines.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001S Applications That Get Noticed
Covers how to complete job applications, common errors to avoid, how to target towards a specific employment goal and specific tips on how to complete State of Oregon job applications.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001T Resume Basics
Covers basic resume preparation and writing techniques. Includes basic resume content, different styles of resumes, and strategies to target a resume towards a specific job.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001V Job Interview Preparation
Covers what to do before, during, and after a job interview. Includes how to make a positive first impression, research companies, and answer behavioral, difficult, and common interview questions.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001W Practicing for Job Interview
Provides practice interviewing skills through small group activities, "mock" interviews, and/or videotaped interviews. Prerequisites: XHD0001V Job Interview Preparation or consent of instructor
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001X ACE Orientation
Covers information about program opportunities for ACE (Accelerated Community Employment) clients. Includes general information on community resources, job search program, educational opportunities, and employer expectations.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002B Career Services Orientation
Covers resources and services available through the Counseling and Career Services center, the check-in process, and resource room guidelines.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002G Bridge to Employment
Focuses on job search and community resource strategies for persons with criminal histories. Includes time management, community resources, documentation, appropriate disclosure, criminal history questions on job applications and interviews, professional appearance, and networking.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002H Int'l Student Break Term
International Student Break Term
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002N Thinking Like the Employer
Compares and contrasts the American business culture with job seeker’s personal/home culture. Emphasizes understanding of the employer’s perspective and adapting/acclimating to the business culture.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002P Int'l Stu Reduced Course Work
International Student Reduced Course Work
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002R Job Search Strategies
Introduces a variety of effective and innovative job search methods and techniques. Includes the "advertised job market" and ways to tap into the "hidden job market" through networking, informational interviewing and cold calling.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002S Making A Smooth Transition
Covers decision-making strategies, support systems, community resources, employer expectations, and company culture information needed in order to make a smooth transition into employment.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002T Grandparent Rights
Covers an overview of grandparents' and other relatives' rights to visitations and caring for a child.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002U Job Search Networking
Provides a staff-facilitated environment for job seekers and career changers to share resources and job leads with each other. May include staff or peer feedback and coaching on resumes, interviewing, application, or job search strategies.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002W Landlord Tenant Rights
Covers rights under Oregon's residential-landlord tenant law to improve relations, reduce tenant turnover, and avoid conflict in and out of court.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002Y ETG Jungian Psychology
Presents an introduction to the concepts of psychology as developed by Carl Jung. Covers a Jungian understanding of the structure of the psyche, personality development, human nature, spirituality, and religious and creative expression.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002Z Campus Orientation/Advisement
Covers processes and procedures, resources and services, courses and scheduling, financial aid and scholarships available at Chemeketa Community College
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003A Exploring Careers
Explores careers to learn about skill sets needed, educational requirements, training programs available at the community college and four-year institutions, and labor market information. Includes an employer site visit and opportunity talk with employees working in the field about their experiences.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003C Job Search Skills & Resources
Identifies available resources to research jobs in the local area. Introduces OLMIS, ELLVIS, and CIS and provides the opportunity to use these programs to identify jobs.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003D Loving Your Way Through Life
Covers the topic of love in all its various forms -- not just romantic love -- and how love is part of the everyday and ever stage of life. Explores the difference between intentional and reactive loving, and covers nine myths about loving. A highly interactive class with writing, exercises, and sharing of personal relationship experiences.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003E Transforming Power of Grief
Explores grief and loss, how grief is experienced emotionally, physically and behaviorally, and the impact grief has on relationships. Compares personal and societal views on various kinds of loss and the importance of the grieving process for healing.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003F Voluntary Simplicity
Introduces the concept of "voluntary simplicity." Explores how daily living can be aligned with personal values, stewardship, and sustainable practices. Includes how to deal with major trends and the pressures of consumerism.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003G TRIO DSSS Workshop
Provides practice and opportunity to become more skilled at using WebCT. Develops students’ self-awareness of their disability and the impact it has on their academic studies. Presents resource information to assist college studies.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003H Developing Your Soft Skills
Presents information on using soft skills to gain and maintain employment as well as advance in the workplace. Reviews problem solving and decision making strategies that can be effective on the job.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003K No Stone Left Unturned
Explores the concept of unfinished business as one may carry it into mid- and later life. Exercises deal with regrets, resentments, guilt, what-ifs, unrealized goals, and dreams. Presents strategies to help work through unfinished business and lead a more satisfying emotional and spiritual life.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003P Tutoring: Online
Provides tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply learning concepts in the subject area and to complete related writing, reading, or oral assignments. Develops study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing course work. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0570A Drugs & Alcohol
Human Development (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633A Tutoring/Accounting
Provides students with tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply accounting concepts and complete class assignments. Assists in developing study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing accounting coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa accounting class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633B Tutoring/Communication Skills
Provides students with tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply communication concepts and complete writing, reading, or speech assignments. Assists in developing study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing communication coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa communications, language, or ESL class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633C Tutoring/Computer
Provides students with tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply computer information concepts to complete class assignments. Assists in using computer software applications to complete course assignments and to develop study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633D Tutoring/Math
Provides students with tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply mathematical concepts and complete class assignments. Assists in developing study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing math coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa math class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633E Tutoring/Prof-Tech
Provides students with tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply professional-technical concepts and complete class assignments. Assists in developing study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing professional-technical coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa professional-technical class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633G Tutoring/Science
Provides students with tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply science concepts and complete class assignments. Assists in developing study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing science coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa science class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633H Tutoring/Social Science
Provides students with tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply social science concepts and complete class assignments. Assists in developing study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing social science coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa social science class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633J Tutoring/Special
Human Development (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633K Tutoring: Tutor Assisted Study
Provides students from a specific course with group tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply concepts and complete class assignments. Assists in developing study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633Q Tutoring/Language Skills
Provides tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply language learning concepts and complete related writing, reading, or oral assignments. Develops study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing communication course work. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa language class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0641A Power & Control:Men Who Batter
Presents techniques to challenge the beliefs and behavior of men who batter women. Includes methods to manage feelings, think clearly under pressure, get along with peers, and focus on productive behaviors.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0652A Exploring Careers
Explores careers to learn about skill sets needed, educational requirements, training programs available at the community college and four-year institutions, and labor market information. Includes an employer site visit and opportunity to talk with employees working in the field about their experiences.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0653B Student Leadership Development
Provides students with a variety of team building activities, sessions on leadership, and opportunities to explore student leadership.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0654A Childbirth Preparation
Covers the process of labor, delivery, and recovery in childbirth. Practice relaxation, breathing, coping techniques, and comfort measures with a partner/labor support person. Discusses options and choices available in childbirth. Prepares participants for postpartum, infant care, and the role of a new parent.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0654B Childbirth Preparation-Spanish
Covers the anatomy of pregnancy, fetal development, labor, and delivery. Includes relaxation, breathing, coping techniques, and comfort measures. Includes discussion of early postpartum care for both mother and infant, including breastfeeding. Prepares the support person for helping the laboring woman.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0655A Job Search Skills
This course is designed for incarcerated students to help inmates within six months of release learn job search skills. The course includes motivation, employers' expectations, self-assessment, job search techniques, applications, resumes, cover letters, interviews and adapting to the work world.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0655D Career Plan Workshop
Human Development (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XHD0655E Volunteer Work Experience
Involves the placement of students in businesses, agencies, and industry for on-the-job training related to the students employment goal. This course is specifically designed for JOBS program students. Prerequisites: Consent of instructor. XHD0659A (Life and Work Basics) is recommended.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0655G Job Search for Older Adults
Designed to assist the older worker explore employment options. The course will help the student identify skills, employment opportunities, and community resources for employment assistance.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0655H Volunteer Work Experience
Involves the placement of students in businesses, agencies, and industry for on-the-job training related to the students employment goal. This course is specifically designed for JOBS program students. Prerequisites: Consent of instructor. XHD0659A (Life and Work Basics) is recommended.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0655J Volunteer Work Experience
Involves the placement of students in businesses, agencies, and industry for on-the-job training related to the students employment goal. This course is specifically designed for JOBS program students. Prerequisites: Consent of instructor. XHD0659A (Life and Work Basics) is recommended.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0655K Volunteer Work Experience
Involves the placement of students in businesses, agencies, and industry for on-the-job training related to the students employment goal. This course is specifically designed for JOBS program students. Prerequisites: Consent of instructor. XHD0659A (Life and Work Basics) is recommended.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0657A Grace/Thanksgiving/Transition
Explores life transitions, particularly the transitions people face at mid-life. Discusses how the manner in which they face transitions can deepen their spirituality. Uses personal stories, journaling and small group work to personalize the notions of grace and thanksgiving for each person attending.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0657B Planning for 2nd Half of Life
Focuses on taking charge of the second half of life. Analyzes satisfaction, fulfillment, values, beliefs, habits, and fears in current life. Presents how to design a change plan to increase personal satisfaction with life.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0658A Memory Development
Memory improvement and development skills are taught through creative imagination, observation, and awareness.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0658B Memory Retention
This course is to help people understand the difference between memory loss and memory lapse. Knowledge will reduce stress relating to memory lapse and will enable person to manage the effects caused by episodes of loss/lapse.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0659B Life Skills
Offers in-depth personal development, problems solving and communication skills related to becoming self-sufficient and using resource effectively. Prerequisite: Must be a client of Adult and Family Services, receiving public assistance and referred to the program.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0659C Life Skills
Identifies personal barriers that prevent one from becoming self sufficient and independent of the welfare system and offers development of communication skills to improve parenting and worker skills. Prerequisite: Must be a client of Adult and Family Services, receiving public assistance and referred to the program.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0660A Preparation for Marriage
PREP is designed to help couples learn how to resolve conflict, problem solve and identify "hidden" issues in relationships. Presents suggestions for maintaining the fun, friendship and sensuality that brought couples together.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0660B Marriage & Intimacy
Principles of intimacy designed to help increase a couple's happiness, satisfaction and fulfillment in marriage. Develop techniques to improve communication, attitudes, and love for one another.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661A Single Parenting
This workshop focuses on the positive aspects of single parenting. Gain information and support to help you with the real needs of single parenting.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661B Effective Parenting
Develops positive approaches to communicating with and guiding children using natural and logical consequences and problem-solving techniques. Provides information about parenting through class discussion, instructor presentations, overheads, and video materials in a supportive and humorous environment.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661C Parenting Options
Develop skills and strategies to improve family interactions and child safety. Topics include play, praise, effective discipline, and establishing family structure.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661D Parent Volunteer Program
Develop confidence in working with young children (your own and others) by active participation in the Center classroom. Increase knowledge of child development and basic guidance techniques by working with and observing the staff and children.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661E Parenting College Students
Presents information and insight to help parents of college-bound students. Covers college life today, parents’ campus concerns, the departure for college, students’ first weeks on campus, communication (keeping in touch), and when students come home for visits.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661F Empty Nest Syndrome
Explores issues of the emptying next and techniques for effectively coping and moving on with life. Develop a community of support for each other. Explore resources available.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661G ETG Solve Home Discipline Prob
Presents a practical, five-step approach to solving child discipline problems at home. Covers what to do when children misbehave. Develops a home discipline plan and teach children the rewards of behaving responsibly.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661H Parenting/Teen Communication
Develop positive approaches to communicating with teens and ways to navigate the teen years with positive success.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661J Success in School
Presents information to help you understand your child's learning styles and strengths, and help them become a more effective and confident learner. Practice specific strategies that will empower your child and you as lifelong learners. Appropriate for parents and children at all levels (fast, slow, average, or hyperactive in the classroom).
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661K Grandparenting
Human Development (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661N Successful Job Search Strategy
Covers job search strategies, including networking, resume preparation, and practice interviewing skills through small group activities and “mock” interviews. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XHD0663B Exploring Human Potential
Studies concepts of psychology that will assist in the understanding of self. Identifies personal strengths and explores values, attitudes, and beliefs which support healthy interpersonal relationships.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664A Anger Management
Approaches and techniques on how to effectively deal with anger. Develop positive alternatives to anger by improving self-concept and developing positive relationships with others.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664B Conflict Resolution
Overview of conflict and non-violent conflict resolution. Covers the importance of communication, basic techniques of negotiation and mediation, and creative approaches to resolving conflicts.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664G Assertiveness 1
How to present your ideas and feelings to others and develop skills for improving your relationships with others.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664H Building Self-Esteem
Techniques to help you feel more positive at home, in the workplace, and in social situations. Covers skills for building a positive self-image, identifying personal strengths and abilities, and overcoming barriers to self-esteem.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664J Personal Development
An overview of personal barriers preventing one from becoming self sufficient and independent. Prerequisite: Must be a client of Adult and Family Services, receiving public assistance and referred to the program or incarcerated in Lincoln County Jail.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664K Personal Development
An overview of personal barriers preventing one from becoming self sufficient and independent. Prerequisite: Must be a client of Adult and Family Services, receiving public assistance and referred to the program or incarcerated in Lincoln County Jail.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664L Breaking Barriers
This class is designed to allow participants the opportunity of self-discovery while looking at personal change. Must be a client of Adult and Family Services, receiving public assistance and referred to the program.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664M Self-Esteem: An Inside Job
Identifies negative patterns of low self esteem and discusses and applies tools to enhance personal esteem. Includes development of an action plan to apply concepts learned to a personal issue.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664N The Power of Choice
Examines the power of personal choices and the results of choices made.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0665A Couples, Communication
Human Development (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XHD0665B Male and Female Communication
Addresses differing communication styles of men and women; verbal and non-verbal interactions, the power in communication, and changing styles.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0665D ETG Effective Communication
Presents a step-by-step process to develop effective communication skills. Covers use of communication to build rapport, create environments of trust, warmth and respect, become more confident, create a positive first impression, get along well with others, and develop more and better personal and professional relationships.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0666A Life and Work Basics
Examines how one's thoughts influence behaviors and how a step-by-step approach can replace negative thoughts with healthier choices using Mind Over Mood strategies and applications. Prerequisites: None; open only to students in Chemeketa JOBS program; must be referred to the program.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0667A Retirement Planning
Provides an overview for the entire subject of retirement preparation; challenge of retirement, legal affairs, meaningful use of time, source of income, and financial planning.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0667B PreRetirement Planning
Covers retirement planning for those preparing to retire or recently retired. Focuses on setting financial goals, protecting assets, and adjusting plan as needs change. Class fee $16. W
0 Non-Credit

XHD0667C What's Next at Midlife
Provides insight, experimentation and planning for people over 50. Focuses on understanding the impact of midlife "triggers" that cause people to reassess their lives and to seek change. Encourages self-assessment of values, skills, abilities and interests, and the development of a life plan.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0668A Understand ADD/ADHD
Presents information on the characteristics of children and adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity disorders and courses of treatment. Covers ADD and its relationship to communication skills, depression, anxiety, addictions, and domestic violence.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0682A UB Summer Academy/+16
Offers a high school college preparatory program that integrates the subjects of math, science, literature, writing, and foreign language focusing on the Willamette River and the Willamette River watershed. In addition, the course incorporates supporting subjects in the areas of fitness, music, technology, dance, art, history and community awareness. Includes college exam preparation.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0800A Money Matters
Develops money management techniques by identifying financial, personal, family, and community resources, as well as alternatives to buying. Prerequisite: Must be a client of DHS Self Sufficiency and Employment Program and referred to the class or be incarcerated in Lincoln County Jail.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0800B Managing Your Money
Covers basic budgeting skills of identifying financial goals, organizing financial records, tracking and analyzing expenses and revenues, and creating a spending plan.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0800C ETG Personal Debt Elimination
Presents a step-by-step process for eliminating debt and operating completely using cash. Covers specific strategies that work. No insurance, investments, or get-rich-quick schemes will be offered.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0802A Adult Legal & Financial Issues
Introduces tools available to take greater control in the management of health and financial needs, especially in the event of incapacity. Focuses on estate planning in the areas of health care, financial protection and preservation. Class fee $24. W
0 Non-Credit

XHD0802B Maximizing Your 401K
Assists individuals in recognizing opportunities and minimizing risks when investing in 401K, 403b, 457, or TSA.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0813A Enhancing Your Wardrobe
Examines personal appearance from many perspectives including body language and body type. Focuses on how to highlight assets, match clothing styles, mix and match clothing, accessorize, and shop economically.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0850A Living the Mindful Life
Introduces the concept of “mindful living” or how to fully experience what is happening in the present. Covers how mindful living to reduce stress, enrich relationships, and contribute to peace within individuals and in communities.
0 Non-Credit

XHD9000A Work Keys Profile
ACT's Work Keys profiles are designed to identify key tasks and skill levels for a specific job or occupation. Participants are job incumbents, and results may be used by employers, industry representatives, trainers, and/or educators.
1.2 CEU

XHD9000G Basic Mediation Skills
Presents 4 stages of the mediation process and the conflict resolution and communication skills mediators need to conduct an effective mediation, including active listening, questioning techniques, interest/issue identification, neutrality/ethical issues and problem solving. Combines theory and practice and includes demonstrations, lectures, and skills practice through role playing.
3.2 CEU

XHD9000K Youth Mentorship Training
Presents information for adults who work as mentors to high-school-age students both in and out of school. Focuses on workplace and career development.
.4 CEU

XHD9000M Identity Workshop
Develops identities through relationships with ourselves, others, and our surroundings. Covers language and how it becomes the most important means to understand and develop our identity, and gives us a powerful tool to discover, create and inform ourselves. Uses narrative, writing, and conversational exercises to invite participants to look into and act on the ever-changing nature of their identities. Provides creative and imaginative tools to investigate, experiment and expand the use of language. Explores concepts of authoring and re-authoring based on ideas by Walter Benjamin, Emanuel Levinas, Jacques Derrida, and Mihaly Csikzentmihalyi. Class fee $19.10. W
.3 CEU

XHD9000R Authentic Leadership: Managers
Builds interpersonal skills that are crucial for effectiveness as a leader. Focuses on the skills that are necessary to earn the respect and engagement of the people who work in the organization. Includes managing conversations, communicating key messages, organizing effective meetings, coaching and authentic acknowledgment.
2.4 CEU

XHD9000T Tutor: Training Regular
Introduces tutors to their tutoring assignment and responsibilities. Instructs them in basic interpersonal communication skills, course specific strategies, techniques for effectively tutoring adults, the Socratic learning model, study skills, and learn styles needs. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment at Chemeketa Community College (minimum of 6 credit hours) or meets Chemeketa Community College Human Resources education requirements for a part-time hourly position.
4 CEU

XHD9000U Tutor: Training Advanced
Encourages tutors to evaluate their tutoring skills and techniques and to discover ways to become more effective in their tutoring. Instructs tutors in assertiveness, verbal contracting, andragogy, college resources referral, and critical thinking and problem solving skills. Prerequisite: XHD0633L Tutor Training: Regular.
4 CEU

XHD9000V Tutor: Training Master
Encourages tutors to continue to evaluate their tutoring skills and techniques and to discover ways to become more effective in their tutoring. Instructs tutors in mentoring or group tutoring skills, diagnosing and prescribing solutions for needs, expanding diversity awareness, developing course specific skills, motivating and encouraging positive attitude skills, and presenting good tutoring techniques. Prerequisite: XHD0633M Tutor Training: Advanced.
4 CEU

XHD9000W Transformational Leadership
Explores the skills and qualities of transformational leaders.
.4 CEU

XHD9001B Art of Presentation: Delivery
Presents techniques to maximize the impact of every presentation from one-on-one meetings to large gatherings.
.4 CEU

XHD9001E Mindsets for Performance
Defines mindsets as the mental maps that inform thoughts and actions. Uses mindsets to frame one's view of the world and of what is possible within an organization. Focuses on understanding mindsets and their role in performance as a critical skill for a transformational leader or change agent. Increases the ability to produce breakthrough performance by bringing awareness to individual and collective mindsets and by developing skills in mindset management.
.4 CEU

XHD9001H Leading When Not in Charge
Leadership is needed everywhere in today's organizations. It is possible to exert a profound influence on people and events even when you are not the "boss." Covers the skills of relationship building, influencing and acting with intentionality to increase the positive impact you can make.
.4 CEU

XHD9001N Managing Workgroup Conflicts
Constructive, open conflict within a work group can be a great source of creative problem solving and innovation. More often than not, conflict in work groups isn't handled well and it can lead to employee dissatisfaction, polarization, personal hurt, loss of productivity and sometimes job loss. This course introduces a range of tools for diagnosing and dealing with group problems ranging from "recreational whining" to deep-seated philosophical divisions.
.4 CEU

XHD9001Q Managing Employee Performance
Performance problems can be managed in ways that lead to positive outcomes for the organization and the employee. This seminar will examine the causes of employee performance problems and present strategies for coaching, behavioral feedback and performance monitoring.
.4 CEU

XHD9001R Facilitating Working Groups
This seminar will address how to organize the work of and lead groups that are brought together to accomplish specific tasks.
.4 CEU

XHD9001S Facilitate Challenge Situation
Group facilitation can sometimes be challenging because of competing agendas, interpersonal issues, power dynamics, lack of focus, or other problems. This seminar will deal with challenges that arise in facilitating groups, how to anticipate and prevent them, and how to intervene when they occur.
.4 CEU

XHD9001T Facilitate Managing Large Grps
Large group gatherings can be well-organized, even inspiring, but they require careful planning and execution to be successful. This seminar will focus on the logistics, design, and facilitation of meetings and conferences that involve 50 or more participants.
.4 CEU

XHD9001U Negotiation Strategy/Workplace
The art of skilled negotiation opens doors for professionals. Leaders who develop expertise in negotiating have a higher likelihood of achieving their objectives at work and building satisfying working relationships. This session explores the basic theories of negotiation, distinguishes between competitive and collaborative approaches, identifies the leadership qualities that facilitate successful negotiation, and covers communication strategies that promote successful problem solving.
.4 CEU

XHD9001X Manage Change from Inside Out
In order to work effectively with group change, we must first understand the nature of change within ourselves. In this seminar, we will explore a model for assessing the roots of conflict and barriers to change within our own lives.
.4 CEU

XHD9001Y Managing Diff. Conversation
Working with people who undermine, resist or create problems in an organization can be a time-consuming and inherently unrewarding task. However, there are some proven techniques for getting to core issues and moving to joint or group resolutions more quickly.
.4 CEU

XHD9001Z Employee Recognition
Presents ideas for recognizing and rewarding employees for behavior and performance. Includes a collection of powerful techniques, strategies, and creative ideas designed to help managers improve their ability to recognize others in the workplace. Covers a variety of specific tools and models that can be adapted to different organizational settings.
.35 CEU

XHD9002A Coaching Your Team
Presents processes for positively affecting employee performance through effective coaching and feedback. Includes techniques to use with superior performers, those with performance problems, and everyone in between.
.35 CEU

XHD9002B Leadership Secrets
Presents skills and traits for effective leadership, helping organizations build high-performance workplaces with motivated co-workers. Includes techniques for managers to use in goal setting, accountability, feedback, coaching and recognition.
.35 CEU

XHD9002C Resolving Performance Problems
Presents processes to establish clear performance standards, deliver meaningful behavior feedback and evaluate, document and reward performance results. Covers a variety of specific tools and models that can be adapted to different organizational settings.
.35 CEU

XHD9002D ETG: Leadership
Provides instruction in the use of personal leadership skills and principles of great leaders to influence, guide, and support others.
2.4 CEU

XHD9002E Keys to Telework
Covers the advantages of teleworking and how to prepare for the transition from working in the office to working at home.
1.6 CEU

XHD9002F Supervision of Teleworkers
Focuses on the unique elements of teleworking, as well as how to recruit and supervise teleworkers.
1.6 CEU

XHD9002G Understanding Gen X and Y
Provides tips and techniques for understanding, communicating, and working with generation X and generation Y.
1.6 CEU

XHD9002H Working with Baby Boomers
Provides information and techniques for understanding, communicating, and working with baby boomers.
1.6 CEU

XHD9002J Supervision and Leadership
Provides information about effective delegation, performance management and writing performance reviews. Covers roles and responsibilities of managers and strategies for improving overall effectiveness as a leader.
3.2 CEU

XHD9900J Brain Development Children
Focuses on the importance of brain development in early lives of children. Covers how parents and caregivers can promote healthy development and learning.
.7 CEU

XHD9900N Surviving through Caregiving
Focuses on the demands and stresses placed on caregivers and how caregivers can learn to take care of themselves. Presents practical information and resources, and emphasizes the need for humor and balance and the role of spirituality while caring for someone. Explores the process of developing a personal survival guide for caregiving. Provides legal resources and information related to end-of-life issues.
.7 CEU

XHD9900P Surviving through Caregiving
Focuses on the demands and stresses placed on caregivers and how caregivers can learn to take care of themselves. Presents practical information and resources, emphasizes the need for humor and balance and the role of spirituality while caring for someone. Explores the process of developing a personal survival guide for caregiving.
.3 CEU

XHD9900Q Managing Employee Performance
Provides supervisors with techniques to develop employee performance and conduct successful face-to-face discussions. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XHD9900R Advanced Mediation Training
Presents advanced level techniques for mediation, including strategies to get to the heart of conflicts and that encourage openness, communication, and reconciliation. Offered as needed
1.6 CEU

XHD9900S Fac Structured Conversations
Presents information and strategies to improve thinking, communication, and problem solving skills in the workplace. Focuses on entry-level workers. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XHD9900T Improving Work Relationships
Presents techniques to create respectful and effective communication in work environments. Includes methods to manage feelings, think clearly under pressure, get along with peers and focus on productive behaviors. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XHD9900U HR Development & Organization
Covers how to develop and organize a Human Resources department to improve performance and organizational functioning. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XHD9900V HR Employees Relations
Covers how a Human Resources Department works within the culture of the organization to improve performance and organizational functioning. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XHD9900W HR Strategic Planning
Covers the leadership roles and responsibilities of a Human Resources Department. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XHD9900X HR Leadership Series
Covers Human Resource Development and Organization, Employee Relations and Organizational Culture, Leadership and Strategic Planning, and Legal Environment. Offered as needed
3.2 CEU

XHD9900Y HR Legal Environment
Covers employee relations, labor management, and the legal environment in Human Resources. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XHDF0001A Sibling Preparation
Human Dev/Fam Studies (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XHDF0001F Creating Peaceful Families
Focuses on defining peaceful family and learning how to achieve it. Covers communication styles, problem solving and finding solutions, and dealing with anger. Reviews different types of relationships ranging from children to elderly adults.
0 Non-Credit

XHDF0661B Helping with Homework
Reviews in-depth help with homework. Includes discussion of multiple intelligences, effective communication, student/parent/teacher expectations, home environment, and study skills.
0 Non-Credit

XHDF0661C Elder Coping: Deal with Aging
Focuses on dealing positively with the stresses and deficits in aging.
0 Non-Credit

XHDF0661E Developing Responsible Kids
Introduces the Love and Logic process to communicate more effectively with children and allow them to solve their own problems so they develop more personal responsibility.
0 Non-Credit

XHDF0661F Parenting the Young Child
Provides parents with an opportunity to build the skills and self-confidence necessary to create a healthy, loving relationship with their child.
0 Non-Credit

XHDF0661G Parenting the Teenager
Provides an opportunity for parents to build the skills and self-confidence necessary to create a healthy, loving relationship with their teenage child.
0 Non-Credit

XHDF0786C Family Law: Child Custody
Addresses family law as it pertains to child custody. Includes the nature of marriage, civil unions, and domestic partnerships; issues arising during marriage, including spousal abuse, legitimacy, adoption, surrogacy, child abuse, and child abduction; the termination of the relationship and ancillary matters including divorce, annulment, property settlements, alimony, and parental responsibility orders (in the United States, child custody and visitation, child support awards). It is the third course in a three-course sequence.
0 Non-Credit

XHDF9900A Work/Family Seminar
Human Dev/Fam Studies (non-cr)
.2 CEU

XHDF9900B Work/Family Seminar
Human Dev/Fam Studies (non-cr)
.8 CEU

XHDF9900C Safeguarding Children
Introduces techniques for effective safeguarding procedures and techniques. Covers monitoring the environment, recognizing symptoms of abuse, and reporting procedures. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XHE0001A Massage/Swedish Workshop
The workshop is designed to familiarize adults with the various modes of massage and provide them with the ability to give a simple basic massage to their partner, based on sound principles of Swedish Massage.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0001B Massage Workshop
The three hour workshop will give students the basic techniques in giving a beneficial, therapeutic massage.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0001F Natural Body Care Products
Covers how to make homemade natural body care products such as body lotion, lip balm, bath salts and other delectable items.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0001G Aromatherapy
Uses essential oils for wellness and fun. Covers how to blend and administer aromatherapy products.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0001H Seasonal Herb Walk
Focuses on exploring Willamette Mission State Park looking to recognize and classify edible wild plants.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0001K Winter Wellness with Herbs
Presents guidelines for preparing herbal remedies which may be used to strengthen the immune system and maximize wellness during cold and flu season, and year round. Includes recipes for herbal teas, tincture formulas, cough syrup and more. Prerequisite: Medicinal Herbalism (XHE0853A) is recommended.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0001N Medicinal Herbalism
Presents an overview of western botanical medicine, its uses and practices. Covers the basics of how to make teas and tinctures, and how to work with oils. Provides samples from the class. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XHE0001P Wellness Activities
Health Education (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XHE0572A Sleep/Improving Your
Quality sleep is necessary to good health at any age. Improving sleep through understanding the causes of disorders as well as the factors that improve sleep is the goal of this course.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0572D Welcome to Wellness
Explores the critical areas for maintaining wellness in older adults. Emphasizes self-responsibility for wellness.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0572E ETG Understanding Alzheimer's
Presents an overview of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Covers the basic principles of memory processing and the process of memory impairment typical in this disease. Includes information on new treatments, which treatments show the most promise, and current research, diagnosis, anatomy and pathophysiology.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0572F Eating for Health
Examines the digestive process; the role of protein, carbohydrates, and fats in health and disease; the role and sources of micronutrients; and potential health problems related to the standard American diet.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0572H Natural Self-Healing:Mind/Body
Focuses on health and self-healing through the use of mind-body medicine and healthy eating habits. Introduces concepts and techniques for mind-body healing; provides time for practice, self-reflection, and creation of a personal improvement plan. Provides information on nutrition and healthy, healing eating.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0572K Herbs for Women's Health
Discusses and presents recipes and samples for various herbs, foods, and natural strategies that can assist women through the complex stages of life. Prerequisite: Medicinal Herbalism recommended.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0573A Care Skills for Frail Elders
Provides practical skills designed to help family members provide care at home for frail or disabled older adults. Emphasizes hands-on activities and provides clearly written information, activities and resources.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0576A Personal Safety for Seniors
Covers personal protection and security methods for use in threatening situations. Includes assertiveness, personal protection, and preventative/avoidance attitudes.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0576B Health & Happiness After 50
Explores health and wellness issues for people over the age of 50. Presents the key ingredients in wellness and strategies for maintaining good health. Covers nutrition, herbal supplements, and managing medications. Includes learning how to advocate for yourself in health care settings.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0577A Meditation
Offers a variety of meditation methods in order to help reduce your level of stress and provide an opportunity to get in touch with your inner self. Participants should dress comfortably.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0577B ETG Conquer Your Stress
Presents a step-by-step process for understanding and managing stress. Covers recognizing how mind and body react when under stress. Includes practicing a variety of fun and easy-to-learn exercises to regain control of mind and body to shift from worry and anxiety into a more relaxed and calm state.
0 Non-Credit

XHE0579A Why Weight?
Overviews nutrition basics, the physiology of fat, metabolism, the role of exercise, and behaviors related to eating and weight loss. Uses information to create a personal, long term, healthy, weight maintenance plan.
0 Non-Credit

XHE9000A Respite Care Training
Presents a specialized training course that offers information, addresses issues, and provides skills for in-home respite care providers working with adults with developmental disabilities.
2 CEU

XHE9000C ETG Gerontology
Enhances the knowledge and skills of health care professionals who work with older adults. Covers physiology of aging, mental health and aging, and healthy aging. Provides a selection of four additional components to focus on areas of caring for aging people. Class fee $188.
2.6 CEU

XHE9000D Mindful Healthcare Provider
Explores strategies for living mindfully and in the present as healthcare providers. Includes stress reduction, prevention of compassion fatigue (burnout), finding and maintaining a balanced life, and enrichment of personal and professional relationships.
.7 CEU

XHE9000E Wellness - Walkabout
Supports employee physical activity by exploring the Chemeketa campus through the use of a campus map and predetermined route. Offered as needed
.1 CEU

XHE9000F Wellness - Pedometer Challenge
Supports tracking daily physical activity through the use of a pedometer and designated team goals. Offered as needed
2 CEU

XHM9000J ETG Medical Terminology
Presents medical terminology from an anatomical approach. Covers root terms divided by each body system. Brings together the origin, a combined form, and an example of a non-medical usage for each root term. Focuses on students entering the health care industry.
2.4 CEU

XHM9400A Managed Care Shift
Covers information, procedures, protocol, resources, and updates on Oregon's Health Care Industry. Designed to help office managers, business, and finance managers cope with the challenges of providing health care at a time of dwindling financial resources in the public and private insurance world
1.2 CEU

XHM9400J Coding Certification Review
Covers the essential components of coding in preparation for a coding certification exam. Reviews coding and coding clinic guidelines. Presents coding practice and exam scenarios. Prerequisites: Must currently work as a coder and be eligible for the examination or have completed the HIT, Medical Transcription, or AAS in HSM or related college level program and otherwise be eligible to take exam.
2 CEU

XHM9400K Current Topics in Health Care
Relates to health care professionals in a variety of care settings to improve the quality of pain management. Allows nurses to meet the Oregon State Board of Nursing continuing education requirement on pain management.
.6 CEU

XHM9400L ETG: Medical Coding
Provides instruction in how to use the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) and International Classification of Diseases (ICD-9-CM) manuals for medical coding. Prerequisite: No prior medical experience is required, but knowledge of medical terminology and human anatomy will be helpful.
2.4 CEU

XHOM0001C Home/Garden Decor
Covers basic skills to create and make either a hanging plant basket, painted garden angel, painted terra cotta pot, decorative basket for gift giving, or a variety of other home and/or garden projects. Students supply material on the list.
0 Non-Credit

XHOM0001D Willow Furniture Workshop
Willow furniture workshop
0 Non-Credit

XHOM0001J Soap Making
Introduces the techniques and principles used in making soap. Focuses on producing a batch of soap using the skills introduced. Stresses a basic understanding of the safety procedures used.
0 Non-Credit

XHOM0001V Sewing Unlimited
Provides instruction in a variety of sewing techniques for students at multiple skill levels. Includes pattern and fabric selection, cutting and fitting techniques, and new methods, products, and equipment available to the home sewer.
0 Non-Credit

XHOM0001Z Green Building & Remodeling
Introduces home building and remodeling using materials that are environmentally healthy. Includes how the manufacture or creation of building materials affects the environment. Covers using green or sustainable materials to create a healthier home environment than one that uses conventional materials.
0 Non-Credit

XHOM0002B Green Building & Landscaping
Introduces home building and remolding design that uses energy efficient and sustainable concepts. Explores how using green or sustainable materials creates a healthier environment than one that uses conventional materials. Examines a larger view of sustainable communities and sustainable landscape principles as well.
0 Non-Credit

XHS9400B Certification Test Prep Wkshp
Provides the information, strategies, and awareness needed to prepare for the addiction counselor certification test as required by the Addiction Counselor Certification Board of Oregon.
.8 CEU

XHS9400E Motivational Interviewing
Introduces the Motivational Interviewing counseling style, a directive, client-centered style, aimed at eliciting behavioral change by helping the client explore and resolve ambivalence.
2 CEU

XHS9400F Working with Disabilities
Introduces the dynamic nature of disability benefits and employment and how they interact with each other.
1.6 CEU

XHS9400G App Suicide Intervention Skls
Prepares professionals and other community caregivers to recognize and assess the potential risk of suicide and to use intervention skills to keep persons safe until the appropriate level of help can be accessed.
1.1 CEU

XHS9400H Personality Disorders Dx & Tx
Explores clients with personality disorders that are among the most difficult to manage. Discusses criteria for recognition, client world views, appropriate treatment goals, and strategies. Emphasizes relationship to other mental health conditions, particularly those involving substance-use disorders.
.6 CEU

XHS9400J Addiction Pharmacology for COD
Explains basic pharmacological principles; basic gross anatomy and physiology of the brain with a focus on the structures and pathways involved with psychopharmacological drugs. Includes information on the pharmacology of drugs of abuse and the psychopharmacotherapies used in addiction treatment and the treatment of mental illness.
1.8 CEU

XHS9400K Grp Skl/Co-Occurring Disorders
Introduces the principles of integrated treatment for persons with co-occurring disorders and group intervention as a primary treatment modality. Addresses issues in the development of appropriate groups based on agency considerations and the needs of the individual, including cultural issues, stage of change, and functioning. Covers leadership skills, including integrated assessment, group assignment and orientation, group formation, and group content. Course designed for mental health and alcohol and drug clinicians and case managers.
1.8 CEU

XHS9400L Intro to Eating Disorders
Introduces the history, etiology, suggested causes, treatment and prevention of eating disorders. Discusses the theories and socio-cultural determinants of eating disorders and obesity. Reviews the bio-medical, socio-cultural and psychological perspectives of eating disorders.
.8 CEU

XHS9400M Faces of Poverty in Community
Provides an initial exploration of poverty in the local community. Identifies resources and considers limitations and barriers to serving individuals living in poverty. Explores and dispels common myths about individuals living in poverty. Explains the Strengths Perspective theory and applies it to poverty. Targeted to social service and health agency employees. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XHS9400N Explore Poverty w/in Community
Provides an initial exploration of local and regional poverty. Explores and dispels common myths about individuals living in poverty. Identifies: barriers, challenges, and opportunities to better support individuals experiencing poverty; strengths and limitations of existing resources; and advocacy strategies and tools. Targeted to social service and health agency employees. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XHS9400P Defining Poverty
Provides an initial exploration of the poverty experience in the region. Explores local demographics, trends, and assumptions about individuals living in poverty. Provides opportunities for reflection and action related to supporting individuals and families living in poverty. Targeted to social service and health agency employees. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XHS9400Q Poverty Action Planning
Provides an initial exploration of the poverty experience in the Willamette Valley. Explains the types and characteristics of poverty and strategies for working with each. Provides an opportunity to conduct a gap analysis, poverty action plan and development of next steps for organizations supporting individuals living in poverty. Targeted to social service and health agency employees. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XHS9400R Poverty Community Series
Provides an initial exploration of the poverty experience in the Willamette Valley. Explains the types and characteristics of poverty and strategies for working with each. Explores local poverty-related demographics, trends, and assumptions. Identifies resources and considers limitations and barriers to serving individuals living in poverty. Provides opportunities for reflection and action related to supporting individuals and families living in poverty. Offers an opportunity to conduct a gap analysis, poverty action plan and development of next steps for organizations supporting individuals living in poverty. This series is a compilation of three courses: Faces of Poverty in Our Local Community, Defining Poverty, and Addressing Poverty: Action planning. Targeted to social service and health agency employees. Offered as needed
1.2 CEU

XHS9400S Poverty Simulation/Post-Train
Provides an opportunity to experience a simulation of day-to-day realities of life faced by people with low incomes. Explores local poverty-related demographics, trends, and assumptions. Identifies resources and considers limitations and barriers. Encourages reflection and action related to supporting individuals and families living in poverty. Targeted to social service and health agency employees. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XHSC0001A Alternative HS Orientation
This is a process where the prospective Alternative High School student and/or parent and referring counselor is/are interviewed, and where information about the High Shool Alternative rules, requirements, processes, and expectations are presented.
0 High School

XHSC0001B HS Assessment
High School Assessment
0 High School

XHSC0001C HS General Science (-16)
High School General Science (-16).
.5 High School

XHSC0001D HS Applied Math 1 (-16)
High School Applied Math 1 (-16).
.5 High School

XHSC0001E HS Applied Math 2 (-16)
High School Applied Math 2 (-16).
.5 High School

XHSC0001F HS Basic Algebra (-16)
High School Basic Algebra (-16).
.5 High School

XHSC0001G HS Practical Writing (-16)
High School Practical Writing (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001H HS Intro Personal Comp 1 (-16)
High School Introduction to Personal Computer 1 (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001J HS Internet Research (-16)
High School Internet Research (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001K HS Intro Western Art (-16)
High School Introduction to Western Art (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001L HS Global Issues (-16)
High School Global Issues (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001M HS Interactive Reading (-16)
High School Interactive Reading (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001N HS Writing Org/Ideas (-16)
High School Writing Org./Ideas (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001P HS Basic Algebra B (-16)
High School Basic Algebra B (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001Q HS Business Writing (-16)
High School Business Writing (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001R HS Global Culture/US Rel (-16)
High School Global Culture and US Religion (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001S HS Keyboarding/Format (-16)
High School Keyboarding/Formatting (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001T HS PwerPnt & Pblishr App (-16)
High School PowerPoint and Publisher Applications (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001U HS Peace Studies (-16)
High School Peace Studies (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001V HS Geometry 1 (-16)
High School Geometry 1 (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001W HS Health (-16)
High School Health (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001X HS Physical Fitness (-16)
High School Physical Fitness (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001Y HS Reading the News (-16)
High School Reading the News (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0001Z HS Personal Finance (-16)
High School Personal Finance (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002A HS Cnsmr Math:Discrt Spend -16
High School Consumer Math (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002B HS Consumer Math: Money Mgt-16
High School Consumer Math: Money Management (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002C HS Intro to Pers Cmptng (-16)
High School (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002D HS Intro Intgrt Prb Solv (-16)
High School (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002E HS Wrtng Sntence Strctre (-16)
High School Writing Sentence Structure (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002F HS American Govt (-16)
High School American Government (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002G HS Hist/Cult 21st Cntry (-16)
High School History and Culture of the 21st Century (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002H HS Ecosystem (-16)
High School Ecosystem (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002J HS Reading the Novel (-16)
High School Reading the Novel (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002K HS World Affairs (-16)
High School World Affairs (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002L HS Youth and Law (-16)
High School Youth and Law (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002M HS Health: Life Management -16
High School Health: Life Management (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002N HS Spelling & Vocabulary (-16)
High School Spelling and Vocabulary (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002P HS Biology (-16)
High School Biology (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002Q HS Career Exploration (-16)
High School Career Exploration (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002R HS Pblc Spkng-Communicatn -16
High School Public Speaking and Communication (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002S HS Late 20th Cent Hist/US -16
High School Late 20th Century History (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002T HS Democracy in America (-16)
High School Democracy in America (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002U HS Hist/American Immigrant -16
High School History/American Immigrant (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002V HS Consumer Economics (-16)
High School Consumer Economics (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002W HS Health: Life Management -16
High School Life Management (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002X HS Health: Wellness (-16)
High School Health: Wellness (-16)
.5 High School

XHSC0002Y HS World Cultures (-16)
High School World Cultures (-16)
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XHSC0002Z HS Consumer Education 2 (-16)
High School Consumer Education 2 (-16)
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XHSC0003A HS Physical Fitnss Lvl 2 (-16)
Offers a conditioning class designed to complement individual interests, needs, and goals. Improves some or all of the areas of physical fitness: cardiovascular, muscular, body composition, and flexibility.
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XHSC0003B HS American Civil Rights (-16)
High School American Civil Rights (-16)
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XHSC0003C HS Introduction to Excel (-16)
High School Introduction to Excel (-16)
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XHSC0003D HS 19th Cent US History (-16)
High School 19th Century US History (-16)
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XHSC0003E HS Writing for College (-16)
High School Writing for College (-16)
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XHSC0003F HSExpSocSt2: Erly Am Hstry -16
High School (-16)
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XHSC0003G HS Exp Sci 1:Cells/Body (-16)
High School (-16)
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XHSC0003H HS Geometry (-16)
High School Geometry (-16)
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XHSC0003J HS Psychology 1 (-16)
High School Psychology (-16)
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XHSC0003K HS Sr Prjct Hlth/Ftnss Life-16
High School Senior Project: Health/Fitness Life (-16)
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XHSC0003L HS Algebra 1 (-16)
High School Algebra 1 (-16)
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XHSC0003M HS Algebra 2A (-16)
High School Algebra 2A (-16)
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XHSC0903J HS Goal Setting for College
Provides assessment and feedback on skill levels for course and CIM and CAM completion. Students take standardized tests, analyze portfolios, and complete self-assessments. Staff review student progress and provide individual feedback and set-up individualized plans for skill development.
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XHSC0903K HS Goal Setting for College
Provides assessment and feedback on skill levels for course and CIM and CAM completion. Students take standardized tests, analyze portfolios, and complete self-assessments. Staff review student progress and provide individual feedback and set-up individualized plans for skill development.
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XHSC0903L HS Options Fast Track Lab A1
Continuation of High School Options Developmental Lab. Offers skill development designed to prepare for the GED or entry into college. Focuses on key skills for college entry and/or GED completion: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skills and knowledge applications in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills.
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XHSC0903M HS Options Fast Track Lab B
Offers skill development designed to prepare for the GED or entry into college. Focuses on key skills for college entry and/or GED completion: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skills and knowledge applications in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, test taking skills and career and life skills.
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XHSC0903N HS Options Fast Track Lab C
Offers skill development designed to prepare for the GED or entry into college. Focuses on key skills for college entry and/or GED completion: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skills and knowledge applications in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills.
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XHSC0903P HS Options Fast Track Lab D
Offers skill development designed to prepare for the GED or entry into college. Focuses on key skills for college entry and/or GED completion: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skills and knowledge applications in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills.
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XHSC0903Q HS Options Developmental Lab A
Offers Basic skill development for students who enter the GED program with an Official Practice Test score of below 450. Focuses on key skills for GED completion: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science and social studies. Emphasizes skills and knowledge applications in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication and career and life skills. Offered as needed
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XHSC0903R HS Options Developmental Lab B
Offers Basic skill development for students who enter the GED program with an Official Practice Test score of below 450. Focuses on key skills for GED completion: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science and social studies. Emphasizes skills and knowledge applications in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication and career and life skills. Offered as needed
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XHSC0903S HS Options Developmental Lab C
Offers Basic skill development for students who enter the GED program with an Official Practice Test score of below 450. Focuses on key skills for GED completion: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science and social studies. Emphasizes skills and knowledge applications in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication and career and life skills. Offered as needed
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XHSC0903T HS Options Developmental Lab D
Offers Basic skill development for students who enter the GED program with an Official Practice Test score of below 450. Focuses on key skills for GED completion: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science and social studies. Emphasizes skills and knowledge applications in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication and career and life skills. Offered as needed
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XHSC0903U HS Options Skills Lab A
Offers skill development designed to prepare for the GED or entry into college. Focuses on key skills for college entry and/or GED completion: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skills and knowledge applications in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Offered as needed
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XHSC0903V HS Options Skills Lab B
Offers skill development designed to prepare for the GED or entry into college. Focuses on key skills for college entry and/or GED completion: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skills and knowledge applications in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, test taking skills and career and life skills. Offered as needed
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XHSC0903W HS Options Skills Lab C
Offers skill development designed to prepare for the GED or entry into college. Focuses on key skills for college entry and/or GED completion: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skills and knowledge applications in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Offered as needed
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XHSC0903X HS Options Skills Lab D
Offers skill development designed to prepare for the GED or entry into college. Focuses on key skills for college entry and/or GED completion: math, language arts (reading), language arts (writing), science, and social studies. Emphasizes skills and knowledge applications in the areas of reading, mathematics, basic computer literacy, communication, and career and life skills. Offered as needed
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XHSC0906A HS Thinking Skills
Teaches methods of problem solving. Assists students to assess their learning strengths and weaknesses. Emphasizes verbal and written instructions, accuracy, identification of irrelevant/relevant information, and strategies/models for planning, solving and dealing with real life situations.
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XHSC0906C HS Personal Finance
Emphasizes the discretionary spending aspects of personal finance. Includes decision-making in the marketplace, credit, consumer education, consumer rights, and advertising.
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XHSC0906D HS Spelling and Vocabulary
Focuses on dictionary and Thesaurus skills including pronunciation, definitions, parts of speech, syllabication, root families, prefixes and suffixes, synonyms and antonyms and homonyms. Also covers words that are commonly confused.
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XHSC0906E HS Lang Arts - College Prep A
Includes strategies for improving academic reading, vocabulary development and writing skills for students preparing for college. Presents specific strategies for improving reading comprehension, content analysis and writing. Introduces vocabulary building skills. Encourages oral and written communication of ideas and concepts. Designed for non-native speakers of English or ABE level students preparing academic skills for college credit classes.
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XHSC0906F HS Lang Arts - College Prep B
Includes a variety of strategies for improving academic reading and writing skills for students preparing for college. Presents specific strategies for improving reading comprehension, content analysis, vocabulary development and writing. Encourages oral and written communication of ideas and concepts. Designed for non-native speakers of English and ABE level high school students preparing academic skills for college credit classes.
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XHSC0906G HS Lang Arts in Spanish A
Covers the study of a variety of texts at 10th grade level. Focuses on learning to read for meaning with informational, literary, and scientific texts. Includes applying the writing process to write for different purposes. Offered as needed
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XHSC0906H HS Eng Lang Dev: Rdg/Wrtng 1
Focuses on developing English language proficiency in speaking, reading and writing. W
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XHSC0906J HS Eng Lang Dev: Spkg/ Lstng 1
Covers developing English Language proficiency in speaking and learning. Offered as needed
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XHSC0910B HS Writing: Sentence Structure
Introduces and reviews the process of writing inquiry and application. Describes the mechanics of sentence, paragraph, and essay construction. Applies creative writing techniques and approaches to produce original creative examples of paragraphs and essays.
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XHSC0910C HS Writing: Conventions/Word
Engages students in the writing process by providing opportunities to build skills in conventions and word choice.
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XHSC0910D HS Writing: Fluency/Voice
Engages students in the writing process by providing situations in which they experiment with control and realize their personal voice.
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XHSC0910E HS Writing: Organization/Ideas
Engages students in the writing process by providing situations in which writers explore, extract and express ideas effectively.
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XHSC0910F HS Writing for College
Provides various opportunities to practice and build skills for writing assignments similar to those which students may encounter in college.
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XHSC0910G HS Business Writing
Prepares students to compose business memos, letters, resumes, and reports/papers. Stresses differentiation between business and academic purposes and forms. Covers correct sentence, paragraph, and document structure.
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XHSC0910J HS Reading the News
Engages students in the reading process by providing opportunities to build upon existing skills. Students will explore and analyze journalistic writings and information in graphic form.
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XHSC0910K HS Reading the Novel
Engages students in the reading process by providing opportunities to build upon existing skills. Students will explore novels, note taking methods, and study techniques.
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XHSC0910L HS Reading Essays
Engages students in the reading process by providing opportunities to build upon existing skills. Students will explore various organizational patterns of essays.
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XHSC0910N HS Practical Writing
Offers a web-based course to encourage students to develop their writing skills. Uses on-line lectures, interactive web activities, and independent writing to allow writers to experiment with the steps of the writing process.
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XHSC0910P HS Interactive Reading
Provides a web-based course to actively involve students in the reading process in order to develop their reading skills. Uses on-line lectures, interactive web activities, and independent reading to allow students to experiment with skimming/scanning, reading charts and graphs, question types, a novel, and various reading techniques.
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XHSC0910Q HS Reading, Writing & Vocab A
Includes a variety of strategies for improving academic reading, vocabulary development, and writing skills for students preparing for college. Presents specific strategies for improving reading comprehension, content analysis and writing. Encourages verbal and written communication of ideas and concepts. Designed for non-native speakers of English and ABE-level high school students preparing for college credit classes.
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XHSC0910R HS Effective Reading Tech 1
Introduces active reading techniques. Applies reading techniques to a wide variety of articles and texts. Emphasizes the development of reading attack strategies including analysis of writing type, decoding vocabulary from context clues, identifying main idea and sub-topics, locating major details, and summarizing key ideas. Introduces outlining, mapping, and summarizing, to improve learning. Introduces critical reading skills such as identifying connotation and denotation, and inference. Strengthens reading comprehensions skills.
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XHSC0910S HS Effective Reading Tech 2
Develops active reading techniques. Applies reading techniques to a wide variety of articles and texts. Emphasizes practice and application of reading attack strategies including analysis of writing type, decoding vocabulary from context clues, identifying main idea and sub-topics, locating major details, and summarizing key ideas. Introduces outlining, mapping, and summarizing to improve learning. Introduces critical reading skills such as identifying connotation and denotation, and inference. Strengthens reading comprehensions skills.
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XHSC0910T HS Effective Reading Tech 3
Applies active reading techniques to academic material, text books, and articles. Emphasizes practice and application of reading attack strategies including analysis of writing type, decoding vocabulary from context clues, identifying main idea and sub-topics, locating major details, and summarizing key ideas. Identifies tone and position as well as other techniques used to persuade readers. Focuses on evaluating argument and supporting evidence. Stresses critical reading skills. Strengthens reading comprehensions skills.
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XHSC0910U HS Eff Reading of Nonfiction
Focuses on active reading by identifying main ideas and major details in a variety of nonfiction materials. Improves comprehension by understanding vocabulary clues and patterns of organization. Introduces outlining, mapping, and summarizing to improve learning.
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XHSC0910V HS Effect Reading of Fiction
Focuses on active reading by using strategies for understanding fiction. Develops understanding of meaning from context, plot elements, cause and effect, analysis of character, developing tone, use of figurative language, making inferences and interpreting themes.
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XHSC0910W HS Effective Reading of Poetry
Focuses on active reading strategies for understanding poetry. Develops skills to assist in understanding of meaning from context, function of figurative language and poetic devices, effect of rhyme and rhythm, use of symbols and images, and making inferences and interpreting themes. Compares/contrasts different types and styles of poetry.
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XHSC0910X HS Structured Writing 1
Focuses on grammar, punctuation and sentence structure. Presents grammar rules in a writing context. Reviews parts of speech and their function in a sentence. Reviews basic sentence types. Applies grammar and punctuation rules to writing and editing; Identifies key sentence problems such as fragments, run on sentences and dangling/misplaced modifiers. Presents elements of paragraph organization introducing topic sentences, supporting evidence and transition ideas. Introduces organizational graphics such as mind mapping and webs for idea development.
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XHSC0910Y HS Structured Writing 2
Reviews grammar, punctuation and sentence structure. Reviews grammar rules in a writing context. Reviews parts of speech and their function in a sentence. Reviews basic sentence types. Applies grammar and punctuation rules to writing and editing; Focuses on identifying and correcting key sentence problems such as fragments, run on sentences and dangling/misplaced modifiers. Presents elements of paragraph organization introducing topic sentences, supporting evidence and transition ideas. Applies organizational graphics such as mind mapping and webs for idea development.
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XHSC0910Z HS Structured Writing 3
Focuses on basic sentence types. Applies grammar and punctuation rules to writing and editing. Focuses on identifying and correcting key sentence problems such as fragments, run on sentences and dangling/misplaced modifiers. Presents elements of paragraph organization introducing topic sentences, supporting evidence and transition ideas. Applies organizational graphics such as mind mapping and webs for idea development.
.5 High School

XHSC0911A HS American Literature 1
Engages students in the analysis of early American (1600-1800) literary figures and their styles of writing. Explores samplings of various literary works.
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XHSC0911B HS American Literature 2
Engages students in analyzing both written and film versions of major modern (1900-present) American literary works.
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XHSC0911C HS Workplace Communication
Introduces appropriate workplace protocol and behaviors with an emphasis on team/project effectiveness. Individuals and teams will analyze workplace situations, including ethical case studies, and choose actions leading to resolution. Focuses on use of interpersonal communication skills (listening, writing, speaking).
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XHSC0911D HS Essay Writing 1
Focuses on teaching the form for a five paragraph essay. Emphasizes development of clear ideas and organizational strategies in an essay. Presents methods for developing a thesis statement, topic sentences and effective conclusions. Discusses the importance of logically organized paragraphs with supportive evidence. Introduces transition sentences as part of a writing scaffolding. Applies grammar and punctuation rules to writing and proofreading. Introduces key concepts in editing. Applies organizational graphics such as mind mapping and webs to idea development.
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XHSC0911E HS Essay Writing 2
Focuses on teaching the form for a five paragraph essay. Reviews development of clear ideas and organizational strategies in an essay. Applies methods for developing a clear thesis statement, topic sentences and effective conclusions. Emphasizes the importance of logically organized paragraphs with supportive evidence. Re-enforces transition sentences as part of a writing scaffolding. Discusses tone. Introduces word choice as a method of creating tone. Teaches use of figurative language and writing techniques to convey meaning. Applies grammar and punctuation rules to writing and proofreading. Applies key concepts in editing. Develops organizational graphics such as mind mapping and webs to idea development.
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XHSC0911F HS Essay Writing 3
Focuses on teaching the elements of form in narrative, descriptive, expository, and persuasive forms of essays. Reviews development of clear ideas and organizational strategies in an essay. Applies grammar and punctuation rules to writing and proofreading. Applies key concepts in editing.
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XHSC0911G HS Grammar & Punct for Writers
Covers grammar, punctuation, and sentence construction for success in college writing courses.
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XHSC0911H HS Basic Writing Skills A
Focuses on developing essential writing skills at the sentence and paragraph levels. Emphasizes fluency in the writing process through use of drafting, revising, and editing in order to produce organized and coherent writing.
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XHSC0911J HS Org Structure Essay Writing
Covers grammar, punctuation, and sentence construction for success in college writing courses.
.5 High School

XHSC0911K HS Reading Strategies
Develops and enhances reading strategies for high school students. Offers techniques for better understanding and development of summarizing, inference, context clues, inter-textual relationships, metacognition, critical thinking, visual literacy, and vocabulary. Offered as needed
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XHSC0911L HS Test Taking Strategies 1
Develops and enhances strategies and skills for test taking – particularly OAKS testing – for high school students in the areas of reading, writing, and social studies. Covers techniques for better understanding and development of narrative summarizing, inference, context clues, inter-textual relationships, metacognition, critical thinking, and vocabulary. Offered as needed
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XHSC0911M HS Test Taking Strategies 2
Develops and enhances strategies and skills for test taking – particularly OAKS testing – for high school students in the areas of math and science. Offers students techniques for better understanding and development of various math and science subject areas, metacognition, critical thinking, problem solving, and vocabulary; and how to apply those skills to subject-specific test questions. Offered as needed
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XHSC0920D HS Psychology 1
Introduces perspectives in psychology; scientific methods of inquiry; biological foundations; sensation and perception; consciousness, learning, emotion and motivation; personality theory; abnormal behavior; and treatment options.
.5 High School

XHSC0920E HS Ethics in the Workplace
Focuses on broad and narrow ethical dilemmas associated with employment. Explores the framework and resources available for addressing work-related ethical issues. Offered as needed
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XHSC0930A HS World Cultures
Examines and compares fluid streams of contemporary human culture lying within the physical, historical and social environments of the Islamic, Orthodox Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, and Judaic faiths. Investigates the general demographic distribution, common systems of meaning, ways of organizing groups and labor, special techniques, and characteristic products of these cultural streams as well as ways they are being impacted by modern technology.
.5 High School

XHSC0930C HS Global Issues
Links trends in scarcity and population pressure to the disparity that exists among nation-states. Investigates historic and contemporary causes of regional and national differences and presents ways to close the gaps. Focuses on economic stability, government stability, living standards, environmental protection, drug trafficking, communicable disease, protection of human rights and armed conflict. Examines opposing forces of entrenchment and globalization that present the promise of hope as well as the spector of concern for sovereign states.
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XHSC0930D HS World Affairs
Examines specific contemporary issues of global concern. Uses traditional and digital resources to research the status of selected international problems as presented in the press, film, and official publications of governmental and non-governmental agencies. Investigates organizations now working to solve these problems and inquires into their motives, strategies and barriers to success. Includes critical analysis to separate fact from opinion, to discern economic biases, and to justify or recommend courses of action.
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XHSC0930E HS Peace Studies
Explores the preservation of peace and the lessons learned from contemporary events involving conflict. Investigates several approaches to war, as well as means of avoiding armed conflict.
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XHSC0930F HS Global Cultures/Us Relation
Includes an overview of different cultures and perspectives. Presents different points of view on current events and the impact of decisions made by world governments and other key groups. Explores areas of culture, conflict, and power in different regions. Analyzes the impact of US policy decisions on the rest of the world. Encourages critical thinking and research as well as verbal and written communication of ideas and concepts. Designed for non-native speakers of English or ABE-level students preparing for college credit classes.
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XHSC0932A HS Geography
Examines the five elements of geography as they have developed and continue to evolve. Presents the world in spatial terms, examining places and regions, physical systems, human systems, environment, and society.
.5 High School

XHSC0932B HS Geography of Oregon
Examines the five elements of geography as they have developed and continue to evolve in the state of Oregon. Presents the state in spatial terms, examining places and regions, physical systems, human systems, environment and society.
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XHSC0933A HS 19th Century History of US
Examines the social, economic and political development of the United States during the 19th century.
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XHSC0933B HS Early 20th Century Hist/US
Examines the social, economic and political development of the United States between 1900 and 1945. Traces the country’s path from negligible participation in international affairs to world leadership and analyzes the ways that this transformation, in addition to a severe economic depression, changed the nation’s government and its citizens.
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XHSC0933C HS Late 20th Century Hist/US
Examines the social, economic and political development of the United States and its response to international events between 1945 and 1991.
.5 High School

XHSC0933D HS History/American Immigrant
Offers a chronological examination of the immigrant experience in the United States from 1783 to the present. Details factors that drew waves of immigrants to this country. Including sacrifices made to come here; citizenship processes; legal, social and economic challenges; the settlement and work patterns. Covers the ways immigrants impacted and were impacted by national events and movements.
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XHSC0933F HS Hist & Culture in 21st Cent
Overviews US history in the 20th Century in the context of 21st Century policy and decision making. Delineates US history/decision making's impact on US relationships with other nations. Connects US actions and values in the context of world events and the influence of different cultures and perspectives. Presents different points of view on the efficacy of US decision making in the areas of trade, immigration, war and alliances. Analyzes the impact of internal policy decisions on the rest of the world. Encourages critical thinking and research as well as verbal and written communication of ideas and concepts. Designed for non-native speakers of English or ABE-level students preparing for college credit classes.
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XHSC0933G HS Exp in Soc St 1: Amer Govt
Introduces concepts of social studies related to American Government. Includes an overview of governmental systems, the rise of democracy in America, and political institutions. Overviews the structure and function of local, state, and federal government. Involves interpretation of graphs, statistics, and maps. Includes discussion of current political issues.
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XHSC0933H HS Exp Soc St 2: Erly Am Hstry
Introduces concepts of social studies related to American history. Includes an overview of European Colonization of North America, the American Revolution, Westward Expansion, the Civil War, and industrialization. Involves interpretation of graphs, statistics, and maps. Includes discussion of current political issues that result from historical developments in the US.
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XHSC0933J HS Exp Soc St 3: World Hstry
Introduces concepts of social studies related to world history. Includes an overview of ancient empires and cultures, influences on the development of modern nations, global expansion, and key political conflicts. Involves interpretation of graphs, statistics and maps. Includes discussion of current political issues emerging from historical events and values.
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XHSC0933K HS Exp Soc St 4: Geography
Introduces concepts of social studies related to geography. Includes an overview of places and regions. Analyzes the cause and effect that physical resources have on where people live. Compares and contrasts life style of different regions due to both cultural and physical geography. Interprets the impact of neighboring cultures on development of regions. Involves interpretation of graphs, statistics and maps. Includes discussion of current political issues based on geographical location of peoples.
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XHSC0933L HS US History 1910-1929
Examines the social, economic and political development of the United States during the Progressive Era, World War One, and the 1920s. Traces the rise and fall of national, social and political reforms. Explains the country's vacillation between isolationism and international involvement. Investigates American business expansion in the 1920s and illuminates the sources and the relief of tension during the Jazz Age. Offered as needed
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XHSC0933M HS US History 1929-1960
Examines the social, economic and political development of the United States during the 1930s and 1940s. Explores the causes, the conditions and the legacy of the Great Depression. Evaluates the role of the US in World War Two and analyzes the immediate impact of that war on our country. Offered as needed
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XHSC0933N HS US History: The Cold War
Examines the social, economic and political development of the United States and its response to international events between 1945 and 1991. Offered as needed
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XHSC0933P HS Geography/Humpback Whale
Examines the changing relationship between humans and the humpback whale within the context of cultural, economic, environmental, and ecological conditions. Offered as needed
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XHSC0933Q HS World War II
Explores the role the United States played in the Second World War. Investigates the immediate and lasting impacts of that involvement on the U.S. government, economy, society, and geopolitical status. Offered as needed
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XHSC0934A HS American Government
Examines the roots, structure and practice of democracy in the United States. Identifies in law and in politics the conflicts and accommodations emerging from the combination of classic republicanism, belief in natural law, separation of powers, federalism, and limited government. Explores the tension between personal freedom and equality, between individual rights and the collective good. Demonstrates the varied roles in which U.S. citizens participate in their government and ways the government works with global partners to solve issues of international concern.
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XHSC0934B HS American Civil Rights
Examines the roots, structure and operation of democracy through exploration of the American Civil Rights Movement, from the advent of colonial slavery in 1640 to the social disenfranchisement and racial profiling of the present. Includes reconstruction and interpretation of the chronology of conditions, events, and public policy significant to the African American quest for natural rights and for equal participation in our U.S. culture, education, economy and government.
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XHSC0934C HS Democracy in America
Examines the meaning of United States citizenship and the rights and responsibilities associated with it. Allows students to probe multiple layers of issues and to link principles of American democracy to the historical underpinnings of the nation. Stresses as the paramount outcome a strong conceptual basis that fosters responsible citizenship and further learning.
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XHSC0934D HS Youth and Law
Provides practical information and problem solving opportunities to develop the knowledge and skills students need to function in our law-saturated society. Students will gain an understanding of state law and how it impacts their lives.
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XHSC0940B HS Biology
Covers the identification process of what makes up living things. Emphasizes differentiation of cells, structure and function, and homeostasis. Covers research into Genetics and the laws of heredity.
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XHSC0940C HS General Science
Provides a general overview of science. Stresses performance of basic experimentation and measurements as well as investigation of key historical scientists and their discoveries. Emphasizes how scientific knowledge is gained.
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XHSC0940D HS Ecosystems
Introduces various global ecosystems. Presents living and nonliving components of ecosystems, including interactions, flows, and cycles. Covers habitat creation, evolution, disturbances, and patches, along with resulting flora and fauna populations. Focuses on the importance of biodiversity and the effects humans have on ecosystems.
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XHSC0940E HS Astronomy
Provides an overview of astronomy. Includes the Solar System, galaxies, stars, and other matter (antimatter) in the universe. Covers theories about when and how the universe began and will end, the history of astronomy/astronomers, and space exploration/technology.
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XHSC0940F HS Physical Geology
Focuses on the use of scientific theory and physical evidence to explain natural aspects of the earth. Relates the constant change of the earth’s surface and its interior to the interaction of atmosphere, water and rock; the theory of plate tectonics; and geologic time.
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XHSC0940G HS Exp Science 1:Cells/Body
Introduces concepts of scientific inquiry. Identifies the structure and functions of cells, energy use in cells, genetics, and evolution of cells into complex systems. Focuses on the structure and functions of the systems of the body and their work as a full system. Discusses diseases and their impact on human anatomy.
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XHSC0940H HS Exp Science 2: Ecology/Envr
Introduces concepts of scientific inquiry and data collection. Identifies the components of ecological systems in different habitats. Traces cause and effect reactions by environmental stressors in ecological systems. Discusses the difference between fact and assumption. Charts cause and effect relationships using graphic organizers. Interprets data, charts and illustrations. Relates science concepts to modern day issues.
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XHSC0940J HS Exp Science 3: Earth/Space
Introduces concepts of scientific inquiry and data collection. Introduces the structure of the earth and changes over centuries. Explains key concepts of weather and climate. Identifies earth’s resources. Discusses the earth within the solar system and current implications of space exploration. Relates concepts of science to current events. Covers distinguishing between fact and assumption, charting cause and effect relationships and interpreting data, charts, and illustrations.
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XHSC0940K HS Simple Machines
Explores the physical and mathematical principles of operation of six simple machines (Inclined Plane, Wheel and Axle, Lever, Screw, Pulley, and Wedge) and applies them to solving specific problems. Employs elements of design, construction, and verification of operation of devices using simple machines. Offered as needed
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XHSC0940L HS Amusement Park Physics
Explores the principles of motion, force, momentum, and conservation of energy as they apply to various rides at amusement parks. Employs experiments and demonstrations using mathematical relationships to describe the operation of several different types of rides involving gravity, acceleration, centrifugal force, projectile motion, and momentum. Offered as needed
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XHSC0940M HS Physics of Sound
Explores the principles of how sound is produced, transmitted, and perceived. Simple experiments, simulations, and demonstrations as well as a final project will employ mathematical and physical principles to describe transverse and longitudinal waves, frequency, resonance, Doppler Effect, and standing waves. Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0940N HS Consumer Chemistry 1
Offers a general education approach with major emphasis on what science is and on how chemistry is connected to other disciplines and to students lives, preparing them to make educated decisions on issues of science and technology. Covers: matter and energy, dimensional analysis, the periodic table, atomic structure and theory, nuclear chemistry, chemical bonding, and chemical reactions. Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0940P HS Consumer Chemistry 2
Offers a general education approach with major emphasis on what science is and on how chemistry is connected to other disciplines and to students lives, preparing them to make educated decisions on issues of science and technology. Covers: Chemical nomenclature, chemical equations, acids and bases, oxidation and reduction, hydrocarbons, polymers, and atmospheric chemistry. Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0950A HS Health: Wellness
Identifies the systems, functions, long term and immediate care of the body, and regular behaviors that contribute to wellness.
.5 High School

XHSC0950B HS Health
Identifies emotional, physical, mental and environmental health areas that affect daily living as well as the relationship of one to the other. Provides information to influence taking positive action regarding personal health.
.5 High School

XHSC0950C HS Health: Life Management
Offers an individualized study course to identify the emotional, physical, mental, and environmental health areas that affect daily living, as well as the relationship of one to the other.
.5 High School

XHSC0950E HS Physical Fitness
Offers a conditioning class designed to complement individual interests, needs, and goals. Improves some or all of the areas of physical fitness: cardiovascular, muscular, body composition, and flexibility.
.5 High School

XHSC0950F HS Physical Fitness Level 3
Offers a conditioning class designed to complement individual interests, needs, and goals. Identifies barriers to fitness. Offers solutions to personal fitness barriers. Improves some or all of the areas of physical fitness: cardiovascular, muscular, body composition, and flexibility.
.5 High School

XHSC0960A HS Intro Integrate Math Prb So
Reviews basic math computational skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Includes applications involving problems with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratios, percentages and geometric formulas. Emphasizes analysis and solution of application problems.
.5 High School

XHSC0960B HS Integrated Math Prob Solv A
Applies math operations to solve and interpret real world situations. Uses the four basic math functions to solve problems requiring an understanding of fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, percentages, ratios and proportion, and geometric measurement and formulas. Incorporates required CIM skills in problem solving applications in groups.
.5 High School

XHSC0960C HS Integrated Math Prob Solv B
Applies math operations to solve and interpret real word situations. Applies four basic math functions to problem solving involving fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, percentages, ratios and proportion, data analysis, probability, spatial sense and patterns, geometric measurement/formulas and/or basic algebraic concepts. Incorporates required CIM skills in problem solving assessments.
.5 High School

XHSC0960D HS Basic Math Functions
Reviews whole number functions such as adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing. Introduces squares, cubes, square roots, measurement and geometry concepts. Applies all concepts to real life situations using story problems. Applies problem-solving strategies using a process cycle of read, plan, solve, and check. Overviews calculator functions.
.5 High School

XHSC0960E HS Math Fundamentals
Covers fraction functions including adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions. Introduces decimals basics including adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimals. Covers ratios, proportions, and percents. Applies all concepts to real life situations using story problems. Applies problem-solving strategies using a process cycle of read, plan, solve, and check. Introduces graphing and overviews calculator functions.
.5 High School

XHSC0960F HS Basic Mathematics 1
Includes fundamentals of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in problems involving whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratios, percentages, and geometric measurements and formulas. Emphasizes analysis and solution of application problems.
.5 High School

XHSC0961A HS Applied Math 1
Introduces the application of math operations to interpret and solve real world problems. The four basic math functions will be used with whole numbers and decimals in English and metric units. Methods of estimation and verification will be applied to problems, and basic statistical methods will be used to summarize, interpret, and graph summaries.
.5 High School

XHSC0961B HS Math Review
Provides a review of mathematical concepts and practical applications in preparation for district and state testing. Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0961C HS Pre-Algebra A
Provides a strong, fundamental background in beginning algebra. Covers signed numbers, elementary algebraic expression manipulation, and equation solving. Describes concepts using verbal, numerical, graphic, and symbolic forms. Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0961D HS Pre-Algebra B
Expands on the algebraic foundation by introducing linear equations and their applications using scientific notations, ratios, and dimensional analysis. Prerequisite: XHSC0961C Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0962A HS Consumer Math: Money Mgt
Provides experiences in math skills needed by consumers in daily economic decisions. Uses the four basic math functions, calculators, and computers to solve consumer problems.
.5 High School

XHSC0962B HS Consumer Math:Discret Spend
Provides experience in the mathematical problem solving of investments and discretionary spending. Examines decisions about discretionary spending and their effects on personal and household budgets. Uses the four basic math functions, calculators, and computers to solve consumer problems.
.5 High School

XHSC0962C HS Applied Math 2
Applies math operations to solve and interpret real world situations. Uses the four basic math functions with fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals, including the use of scientific notation. Incorporates methods of estimation and verification into some problems.
.5 High School

XHSC0962D HS Algebra 1A
Includes using rational and irrational numbers; expressions; linear equations, systems of equations, inequalities, and quadratic equations; and interpreting, analyzing, and building linear and quadratic functions. Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0963A HS Algebra A
Introduces and develops basic algebraic concepts. As students apply beginning algebraic skills to real world problems, they will establish a sound foundation for further secondary study.
.5 High School

XHSC0963B HS Algebra B
Provides a course for students who need to improve or expand their basic Algebraic skills.
.5 High School

XHSC0963D HS Algebra 1
Introduces algebra to students with little background in algebra or who need a review. Develops a fundamental background in beginning algebra. Identifies signed numbers, elementary algebraic expression, manipulation and equation solving. Explains concepts using verbal, numerical, graphic and symbolic forms. Applies math concepts to problem solving. Incorporates technology as a learning tool.
.5 High School

XHSC0963E HS Algebra 2A
Explores algebraic concepts including functions, graphs, logarithms and inverses, polynomials and other general systems. Prerequisite: XHSC0964C Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0963F HS Algebra 2B
Explores algebraic concepts including functions, graphs, sequences, logarithms, inverses, polynomials, trigonometry, and statistics. Prerequisite: XHSC0963E Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0963G HS Introductory Algebra A
Gives students with no algebra background a strong, fundamental background in beginning algebra. Covers signed numbers, elementary algebraic expression manipulation and equation solving. Describes concepts using verbal, numerical, graphic, and symbolic forms.
.5 High School

XHSC0963H HS Applied Trigonometry
Covers definitions of the trigonometric ratios of sine, cosine and tangent and how they apply to right triangles. Includes applications involving right triangles. Reviews the concepts of angles, triangle similarity and Pythagorean Theorem. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in Algebra.
.5 High School

XHSC0964A HS Geometry 1
Covers basic geometry and applications for using geometry in real life situations. Introduces fundamental concepts, and concentrates on two and three dimensional geometric figures and objects. Emphasizes problems involving calculating area, volume, and geometric measures.
.5 High School

XHSC0964B HS Geometry A
Provides hands-on approach to geometric concepts. Investigates a variety of topics such as transformation, similarity, probability, angles, polygons, circles, area, and proofs. Prerequisite: XHSC0962E Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0964C HS Geometry B
Expands on the use of geometric concepts, which include topics such as transformations, similarity, probability, angles, polygons, solids, surface area, volume, coordinates, logic, trigonometry, vectors, and circles. Prerequisite: XHSC0964B Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0966A HS Intro Personal Computing 1
Students learn to understand and use microcomputers. Programming structure and concepts of the BASIC language are taught. Students will use the BASIC language in conjunction with standard programming techniques to write computer programs that will accomplish assigned tasks. Lab time is "hands-on" computer time for improving personal programs and removing errors from same. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability to successfully complete basic math functions, including fraction, decimal, and percentage story problems.
.5 High School

XHSC0966B HS Intro to Personal Computing
Introduces students to personal computer hardware and software. Focuses on computer literacy in word processing, email communications and file management. Provides application to personal and career situations.
.5 High School

XHSC0966C HS Tech: Internet Research
Engages students in the use of computer technology to assist in personal, community and academic research tasks.
.5 High School

XHSC0966D HS Introduction to Excel
Introduces fundamentals of computer use. Focuses on Excel program skills to create tables, input data, use formulas to total columns, sort data, make charts and graphs from data and create a graphic display.
.5 High School

XHSC0966E HS PowerPoint & Publisher App
Introduces Publisher and PowerPoint for high school students to produce documents and reports. Covers all preliminary skills and applies skills to real life products in writing and speaking. Includes completion of CIM competencies in content area courses offered as part of the integrated curriculum in the WCTC project.
.5 High School

XHSC0966F HS Internet Research & Cit Sem
Provides instruction in internet research and MLA citations for high school research papers.
.5 High School

XHSC0966G HS Keyboarding & Formatting
Includes basic touch keyboarding for the standard microcomputer keyboard and introduces basic formatting skills using Mavis Beacon.
.5 High School

XHSC0967A HS Personal Finance: Money Mgt
Emphasizes the money management aspects of personal finance. Includes banking, budgeting, insurance, taxation, financial planning, and decision making in the marketplace.
.5 High School

XHSC0967B HS Consumer Economics
Emphasizes economic theories, international trade, savings and investments, taxes, and consumer protection.
.5 High School

XHSC0967C HS United States Economics
Examines the basis, structure, goals, functions, and stability of the United States economy as it compares to other national economies. Reviews the ways in which the economy generates, influences and responds to international events and changing world market conditions.
.5 High School

XHSC0967D HS Consumer Education
Emphasizes economic theories, international trade, savings and investments, taxes, purchasing housing, and consumer protection.
.5 High School

XHSC0969A HS Economic Theory/Consum Prac
Emphasizes micro and macro economics as they impact the lives of individual workers in their role as consumers and citizens. Examines the relationship between personal, local, state and national decisions and economic policies.
.5 High School

XHSC0970B High School Career Exploration
Identifies and investigates personal, educational, and career goals and opportunities to realistically pursue rewarding career options. Uses Internet and other resources to determine training and educational requirements in chosen areas of interest, and the future outlook in selected career options. Covers financial aid forms, cover letters to institutions, and other relevant documents related to career preparation will be completed during the course.
.5 High School

XHSC0971A HS Work Experience
Covers first one-third High School CWE Course with student working from 8 to 19 hours per week. Emphasizes work habits and the exploration of personal work goals. A large portion of the grade based on employer feedback.
.5 High School

XHSC0971B HS Work Experience
Covers one-third of High School CWE course with student working from 8 to 19 hours per week. Emphasizes work habits and the exploration of personal work goals. A large portion of the grade based on employer feedback.
.5 High School

XHSC0971C HS Work Experience
Final one-third High School CWE course with student working from 8 to 19 hours per week. Stresses career exploration, personal goals, and work habits. A large portion of the grade based on employer feedback. Prerequisite: XHSC0971B
.5 High School

XHSC0971D HS Work Experience
Covers one-third of High School CWE course with student working from 19 to 29 hours per week. Emphasizes career exploration and work habits. A large portion of the grade based on employer feedback.
1 High School

XHSC0971E HS Work Experience
Covers second one-third of High School CWE course with student working from 20 to 29 hours per week. Emphasizes personal/professional relations with employer. A large portion of the grade based on employer feedback. Prerequisite: XHSC0971D
1 High School

XHSC0971F HS Work Experience
Covers final one-third of High School CWE course with student working from 20 to 29 hours per week. Includes exploration of relations with working peers as well as employers. Student completes individualized career projects. A large portion of the grade based on employer feedback. Prerequisite: XHSC0971E
1 High School

XHSC0971G HS Work Experience
Covers first half of High School CWE course with student working at least 30 hours per week. Emphasizes personal goal exploration, work habits, relationships, as well as work/school challenges. A large portion of the grade based on employer feedback.
1.5 High School

XHSC0971H HS Work Experience
Last half of High School CWE course with student working at least 30 hours per week. Continues to stress work habits, relationships, and work/school transfer of skills. A large portion of the grade based on employer feedback. Prerequisite: XHSC0971G
1.5 High School

XHSC0971J HS Public Speaking/Communicatn
Introduces speech topics and a variety of methods to research them. Emphasizes organizing and delivering speeches effectively for a variety of audiences and purposes. Includes learning to listen critically to gather information and meaning.
.5 High School

XHSC0971Q HS Public Spkng w/PowerPoint
Focuses on the use of PowerPoint technology as a visual aid to enhance a well prepared and effectively delivered extemporaneous speech for college or the workplace. Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0972B HS Basic Theater Appreciation
Studies the elements of theater in order to increase audience appreciation. Includes eras of theater, elements of drama, and characters and mechanics of a theatrical production. Covers short skits.
.5 High School

XHSC0972C HS Intro Western Art
Introduces students to types, styles, and functions of visual art in each major epoch from Baroque through the twentieth century. Specific artists and paintings from each period will be studied as well as historical/sociocultural influences.
.5 High School

XHSC0972D HS Studio Art 1
Introduces the basic principles of design, visual perception, and organization of visual elements in works of art. Applies basic design principles to work in different media. Encourages critical thinking. Applies set design evaluation criteria to individual and group work. Requires a presentation of one art project for group critique.
.5 High School

XHSC0972E HS Studio Art 2
Develops basic knowledge of design, visual perception, and organization of visual elements in works of art. Applies basic design principles to work in different media. Encourages critical thinking. Applies set design evaluation criteria to individual and group work. Requires a presentation of one art project for group critique. Applies design steps and critique processes in evaluation sessions.
.5 High School

XHSC0972F HS Studio Art 3
Expands basic principles of design, visual perception, and organization of visual elements in works of art. Applies basic design principles to work in different media. Encourages critical thinking. Applies set design evaluation criteria to individual and group work. Requires a presentation of one art project for group critique. Applies design steps and critique processes in evaluation sessions.
.5 High School

XHSC0972G HS General Photography
Introduces concepts of digital photography. Includes photographic layout and editing, digital photography techniques, printing enlargements, and presentation of prints. Requires journal writing components and understanding of Publisher. Includes review of photography techniques for artistic presentation.
.5 High School

XHSC0972H HS Introduction to Drawing 1
Provides instruction in practical drawing skills designed for the beginner. Introduces fundamental approaches to drawing, utilizing a variety of media. Offers demonstrations and training in methods of representing shape and space on a two-dimensional surface. Requires written and oral presentation of one work for group critique.
.5 High School

XHSC0972J HS Film as Cinematic Art
Identifies the unique connections between written texts and visual media. Explores effects of stylistic choices upon audience reaction. Combines film with short stories reflecting coming-of age themes. Compares Film to drama, poetry, and fiction. Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0973B HS Sr Prjct Hlth/Fitness Life
Focuses on developing a healthy life style for life. Emphasizes analysis of personal health and fitness goals. Creates understanding of modern lifestyle decisions that impact health and fitness. Develops leadership and organizational skills. Emphasizes personal responsibility and decision making. Demonstrates personal goal setting. Applies team work to an organizational activity demonstrating fitness. Develops competence in personal management that contributes to fulfilling and balancing responsibilities of multiple life roles. Integrates academic, technical, and organizational knowledge and skills to work successfully in family, school, community, and workplace settings. Applies academic knowledge to life style choices.
.5 High School

XHSC0973C HS Sr Prjct Adult HS Diploma
Focuses on developing an education and career plan. Emphasizes analysis of personal goals and skills, educational research, and career exploration. Develops competence in personal management that contributes to fulfilling and balancing responsibilities of multiple life roles. Applies academic knowledge and technical skills in a career context.
.5 High School

XHSC0973D HS Shltrd Lang Arts: Rdg/Wrtng
Covers language conventions; develops skills in reading, writing, and speaking to improve language skills. Explains vocabulary by distinguishing between denotative and connotative meanings of words and applying roots from Greek and Latin to draw inferences about meaning. Includes learning to read for meaning and understanding; organizing ideas and developing concepts in writing samples to express ideas persuasively. Develops strong oral and written skills to use in college and the workplace. Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0980A HS CAD Design Exercises
Provides hands-on AutoCAD software experience creating geometric shapes with two or three dimensional contours that characterize an object. Incorporates multiple factors such as volume and surface area common in design projects. Applies math and design concepts while familiarizing students with CAD systems. Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0980B HS CAD Design Process
Explores design processes used by engineers. Covers defining a problem, brainstorming, researching, identifying requirements, exploring possibilities, selecting an approach, and developing a design proposal, also includes making a model or prototype, testing, refining, making, and communicating results. Offered as needed
.5 High School

XHSC0980C HS Intro to CAD Concepts
Introduces design and CAD concepts for high school students interested in engineering careers. Uses CAD modeling systems to quickly generate and annotate working drawings. Develops models to communicate and evaluate possible solutions. Encourages problem solving in work groups to create tangible products.
.5 High School

XHSC0999A HS Physical Fitness Level 2
Offers a conditioning class designed to complement individual interests, needs, and goals. Improves some or all of the areas of physical fitness: cardiovascular, muscular, body composition, and flexibility.
.5 High School

XHST0001A International Sampler
Three hour course that briefly touches on the history, language, geography, customs, culture, and current society of a specific country.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0001E Italy on Your Own
Introduces information and tips for planning a trip and travel in Italy. Includes an overview of what Italy can offer to visitors including history, culture, geography, art, architecture, the land and its people, and unique regional characteristics. Covers transportation and lodging resources, personal pacing, and cost awareness. Includes lecture, slides, and discussion of travel resources and trip planning ideas.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0001K Cultural Heritage
Introduces students to unique aspects of a selected cultural heritage through historical information, music, literature, art, cuisine, customs, religion, etc.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0001L Oral History
A course for anyone who wants an introduction to the concepts and techniques of recording oral history.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0001M Dramatic History
Historical topics or events are presented through dramatic readings and/or dramatization of significant characters or personalities.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0001N Central Europe History/Culture
Focuses on the history and culture of Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic. Includes early Roman influences, the Holy Roman Empire, significant cities and rulers, 19th and 20th Century history and culture, World War I and II, monuments, landmarks, museums, geography, and cultural influences of central Europe on other parts of the world.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0001U Civil War Revisited
Examines the political and social factors which contributed to the Civil Way, its history and the profound and lingering effects on our politics, culture and economy. Costumes, living history demonstrations, artifacts, and letters will personalize the conflict and its participants.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0001V Discovering Washington, D.C.
Focuses on history of Washington D.C. and nearby areas. Includes the history of buildings, museums, monuments and landmarks, and the significance of locations, events and personalities which combine to create the history of the nation's capital.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0001W New York City History/Culture
Focuses on the history and cultural heritage of New York City. Includes the history of monuments and landmarks, culturally diverse neighborhoods, buildings, museums, the experience of immigrant groups, and the significance of locations, events and personalities which combine to create the history of New York City.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0001X Legends of History
Provides a special glimpse into unique personalities or events from history.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0001Y Alaska's Inside Passage
Studies the natural and cultural history, exploration, settlement and development of Alaska’s Inside Passage. Emphasizes on-site learning about wildlife, nature, native peoples and their cultures, early explorers and settlers. Includes the foundations of communities, government and the economy.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0001Z French Prairie History
Provides an overview of the history and culture of the French Prairie area of Oregon from pioneer days to present. Class structure is tours of prominent historical landmarks
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002A Pioneer History
Presents Pacific Northwest pioneer history topics. Covers selected sites, events and/or personalities and focuses on their historical significance.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002B Pioneer History
Presents Pacific Northwest pioneer history topics. Covers selected sites, events and/or personalities and focuses on their historical significance.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002D Pioneer History
Presents Pacific Northwest pioneer history topics. Covers selected sites, events and/or personalities and focuses on their historical significance.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002F Salem Past & Present
Presents various topics on the history of Salem and nearby Marion County areas using lecture, slides, videos, historic artifacts and/or site visits.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002G Salem Past & Present
Presents various topics on the history of Salem and nearby Marion County areas using lecture, slides, videos, historic artifacts and/or site visits.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002H Salem Past & Present
Presents various topics on the history of Salem and nearby Marion County areas using lecture, slides, videos, historic artifacts and/or site visits.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002J History of Pacific Northwest
Studies the exploration, settlement and development of the Pacific Northwest. Emphasis is placed on Native American tribes, early explorers and settlers, the pioneer movement, and the foundations of government, communities and the economy.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002K Costa Rica History & Culture
Focuses on the history and culture of Costa Rica. Includes information on native peoples, modern culture, monuments and landmarks, museums, natural history and geography, and sacred sites and their cultural and historical significance.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002L Trace Your Family Tree
Concentrates on Genealogical research.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002M Genealogy Workshop
Provides practical information on American genealogy. Provides novice with hands on experience. Student needs to bring family facts, times, and places. Pedigree sheets and family sheets will be provided.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002N Trace Your Family Tree
Beginning genealogists will become familiar with available local resources and learn methods of obtaining, recording, and filing information for easier use of research data.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002P Genealogy/Computer 1
Presents techniques to further personal genealogy on the Internet. Emphasis will be placed on exploring major genealogy web sites. Available computer programs and services will be analyzed.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002Q ETG Genealogy Basics
Offers an introduction to family history research and record-keeping. Covers how to develop a research strategy, conduct research, keep accurate records, and use the genealogical research tools of the computer and the Internet.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002R Viewpoints
Presents information of current interest and importance to senior citizens with the help of books, newspapers, films, etc., and visiting speakers with specific knowledge and expertise. Class will be encouraged with guided discussion to assess various viewpoints and learn to form their own conclusions.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002S Pioneer History
Presents Pacific Northwest pioneer history topics. Covers selected sites, events and/or personalities and focuses on their historical significance.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002T Pioneer History
Presents Pacific Northwest pioneer history topics. Covers selected sites, events and/or personalities and focuses on their historical significance.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002U Pioneer History
Presents Pacific Northwest pioneer history topics. Covers selected sites, events and/or personalities and focuses on their historical significance.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002V Lewis & Clark Bicentennial
Covers the history of the Corps of Discovery led by Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark 200 years ago. Tours the exhibit at the Oregon Historical Society to learn about the expedition. Emphasizes the relationships the explorers developed with the native populations.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002W Pioneer History
Presents Pacific Northwest pioneer history topics. Covers selected sites, events and/or personalities and focuses on their historical significance.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002X Middle East-Conflict & Peace
Focuses on the countries of the Middle East, including Turkey, North Africa, the Arab peninsula, Iran, and the “Stans” – Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the Central Asian republics. Provides a comprehensive overview of the history of the entire region, with a special focus on three problem relationships: the Israelis and the Palestinians; the Arabs and the Persians; and the Turks and the Kurds. Covers the role of the United States in each of the above conflicts, as well as in such countries as Afghanistan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Iraq.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002Y Birth of the American Dream
Developed in cooperation with the Oregon Historical Society. Examines the period immediately following World War II. Identifies shifts that occurred that changed the way U.S. Americans live. Examines how greater access to education via the G.I. Bill, the increase in housing, new technologies, and the baby boom helped frame the American dream.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0002Z Finding Your Family Tree
Provides an introduction to genealogy. Covers the steps for beginning to research information about family and heritage, use of online resources and genealogy software programs, basic genealogy terms.
0 Non-Credit

XHST0003A Oregon at 150 Years
Focuses on Oregon's 150-year history during the state's sesquicentennial. Students are taken back through the state's political, social, and cultural history through lectures and exhibits. Includes a tour of historical sites.
0 Non-Credit

XHTM0500A Prof. Wedding Plan Essentials
Introduces the coordination and organizational tasks necessary for successful execution of professional wedding planning. Emphasizes potential client needs, wedding and reception design and logistics, venue considerations, vendor selection criteria, wedding day services and career opportunities.
0 Non-Credit

XHTM9900A HTM for The Educator 1
Provides an overview of the major hospitality and tourism industry segments. Assists educators in enhancing their curriculum. Emphasizes content and resources.
4 CEU

XHTM9900B Hospitality Educator Update 1
This course is specifically designed for hospitality, tourism and ProStart educators (secondary and post-secondary). Assists educators in teaching their related curriculums. Emphasizes content and resources.
.8 CEU

XHTM9900C Hospitality Educator Update
Conducts ongoing training for secondary and post-secondary hospitality, tourism and ProStart educators. Emphasizes hospitality industry and educator linkages providing a distinctly integrated resource and business management orientation. Provides leadership in the development and delivery of curriculum research and professional education.
2.4 CEU

XHTM9900D Food Handling Certification
Introduces food service sanitation practices. Includes contamination, food-borne illness, storage, preparation and service of food and beverages. Required course to obtain a Marion County Food Handler Card.
.3 CEU

XHTM9900F FMP Certification
Foodservice Management Professional workshop to prepare personnel in this industry for certification.
.6 CEU

XHTM9900H Cooking w/Professional Chef's
Focuses on cooking with professional chefs from the northwest. Includes chef demonstrations and cooking techniques. Covers a variety of cuisines, seasonings, techniques and tips needed to prepare and present professional culinary meals and experiences.
.3 CEU

XHTM9900J Mtg Planning Success:Details
Presents the fundamental tools of the complete meeting planning process. Emphasizes successfully planning, managing, and producing meetings and events. Provides step-by-step methods emphasizing meeting design, site selection, contract negotiating, budgeting, checklists, work plans and timelines, registration systems, food and beverage events.
.7 CEU

XHTM9900K Mtg Planning Success: Money
Focuses on the importance of sound financial management of meetings and events. Presents building budgets based on objectives. Explores methods to increase and sustain revenues through effective sponsorship, exhibit and advertising strategies. Examines cost-saving methods to decrease expenses in all aspects of the meeting and event planning process. Prerequisite: XHTM9900J
.7 CEU

XHTM9900N Quality Customer Service
Introduces techniques and skills necessary for successful customer service delivery in any visitor-related business. Focuses on customer contact skills for all areas of service such as hospitality, foodservice, retail and others. Includes Oregon Tourism Commission certification upon successful completion.
.3 CEU

XHTM9900P Q Program Train the Trainer
Demonstrates instructional skills and techniques needed to deliver the training seminar Quality Customer Service (`It Pays to Please). Instructs trainers in course specific strategies including PowerPoint presentation; role-playing and destination tourism information required for delivering successful trainings. Prerequisite: XHTM9900N Quality Customer Service Seminar
.6 CEU

XHTM9900Q Certified Cruise Professional
Provides on-site experience on a cruise ship worksite to develop criteria and field and classroom skills in meeting the standards of a cruise service professional. Successful completion of this course includes industry certification. (Certified Cruise Service Professional).
4.3 CEU

XHTM9900R Certified Cruise Administrator
Focuses on three essential areas of advanced management in the cruise industry: managerial finance, the competitive environment, and maritime law and regulations. Successful completion of this course includes industry certification (Certified Cruise Administrator). Prerequisite: Foundations of Cruise Leadership and Cruise Manager Certifications.
6.8 CEU

XHTM9900S Certified Cruise Manager
Provides on-site training on a cruise ship worksite, to improve management skills. Focuses on time management, dealing with difficult people, decision making, motivation, and goal setting. Successful completion of this course includes industry certification (Certified Cruise Manager). Prerequisite: Cruise Leadership Certification.
4.2 CEU

XHTM9900T Foundations/Cruise Leadership
Provides on-site experience on a cruise ship worksite to improve effective leadership. Focuses on seven dimensions of leadership, including establishing priorities, coaching, providing positive criticism, giving performance appraisals, and developing personal and effective leadership skills. Successful completion of this course includes industry certification (Foundations of Cruise Leadership).
3.5 CEU

XIND0001A Brown Bag
Selected subjects and speakers focused on work issues, career development, or specialized employment topics.
0 Non-Credit

XIND0001B Handgun Safety
Industrial (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XIND0001X Woodworking I
Reviews beginning level skills and introduces traditional woodworking techniques. Covers skills applied to the construction of a project to be assigned by the instructor. Prerequisite: woodworking, beginning levels skills; experience with the safe use of a table saw, band saw and router.
0 Non-Credit

XIND0954L Solar Thermal Heating Systems
Provides an introduction to the basic components and economics of solar termal hearing systems for commercial and industrial energy users.
.4 CEU

XIND9050A Custodial Techniques 1
Provides instruction on basic cleaning procedures in the custodial and housekeeping operation. Custodial technicians will learn equipment and supplies, chemistry of cleaning, hazardous and infectious waste.
3.6 CEU

XIND9050Q Foundations Overview P4Q
Continuous improvement of product and service quality has become the primary driver for increasing productivity, customer satisfaction, and employee involvement. This training module provides an orientation to a system of powerful approaches for integrating continuous improvement into your business of organization. In this highly interactive module the student will learn new skills and enhance existing ones through a variety of learning modules including video, presentations, self-assessments and discussion.
.4 CEU

XIND9050R P4Q Foundations
Continuous improvement of product and service quality has become the primary driver for increasing productivity, customer satisfaction and employee involvement. This traing module provides an in-depth introduction to a system of powerful approaches for integrating continuous improvement into your business or organization. In this highly interactive module the student will learn new skills and enhance existing ones through a variety of learning modules including team activities, simulations, video, presentations, self-assessments, surveys, process mapping and discussion.
1.6 CEU

XIND9050S P4Q Customer Expectations
Successful organizations have always known their customers and how to best meet their needs. Today, due to competition and changing customer expectations, organizations strive to do more and to delight their customers. This training module will guide participants through an examination of who their customers are, how to "delight" them, what value is and how it evolves. In this highly interactive module the student will learn new skills and enhance existing ones through a variety of learning modules including team activities, individual exercises, presentations, self-assessments, surveys, process mapping and discussion.
.8 CEU

XIND9050T P4Q CPI
Continuous improvement of product and service quality has become the primary driver for increasing productivity, customer satisfaction, and employee involvement. This training module provides participants with information and practice in process management and process improvement. This module uses a comprehensive simulation for practicing the quality tools of CPI. In this highly interactive module, the student will learn new skills and enhance existing ones through a variety of learning modules including team activities, simulations, presentations, self-assessments, surveys, process mapping, and discussion.
1.6 CEU

XIND9050U P4Q CPI SIM
This highly engaging simulation was designed to give participants practice applying the key tools of process improvement. The simulation involves a fictional greeting card company called "Sincerely Yours." Participants assume jobs in this company and get to experience the problems of a traditional workplace first-hand. Using a CPI methodology, developed by Tektronix, participants collaboratively redesign the system and made major gains in productivity, employee morale, and quality. In this highly interactive simulation the student will learn new skills and enhance existing ones through a variety of learning modules including team activities, presentations, problem solving, process mapping, and discussion.
.4 CEU

XIND9050V P4Q Understand ISO
A company's success depends on its ability to meet the expectations of its customers regarding its products or services. An important aid in this pursuit is ISO 9000, a series of international standards that have been developed to provide direction in the design, assessment, and maintenance of quality systems. This module prepares participants for undergoing ISO 9000 registration. In this highly interaction module the student will learn new skills and enhance existing ones through a variety of learning modules including team activities, presentations self-assessment, surveys, and discussion.
.65 CEU

XIND9050W P4Q Quality Auditing
Continuous improvement of product and service quality has become the primary driver for increasing productivity, customer satisfaction, and employee involvement. Quality audits are an important tool in the pursuit of continuous improvement. This module provides an understanding of the quality auditing process, with particular focus and application on internal quality auditing and the associated role of corrective action. In this highly interactive module the student will learn new skills and enhance existing ones through a variety of learning modules including team activities, presentations, self-assessments, interviewing, checklists, application worksheets, and discussion.
.65 CEU

XIND9050X P4Q Effective Team Skills
Organizations that are successfully using quality principles find teams indispensable for continuous improvement. Teams use tools to analyze work processes and find permanent solutions to problems that get in the way of providing quality products and services to customers. This module provides an opportunity to learn and practice effective team skills. In this highly interactive module, the student will learn new skills and enhance existing ones through a variety of learning modules including team activities, simulation, role-play, meeting practice, presentations, self-assessments, surveys, process analysis, and discussion.
2.4 CEU

XIND9050Y P4Q Facilitating Effec Teams
Organizations that are successfully using quality principals find teams indispensable for continuous improvement. Teams use tools to analyze work processes and find permanent solutions to problems that get in the way of providing quality to customers. This module provides an opportunity to learn the role of a team facilitator and practice team facilitation skills. In this highly interactive module the students will learn new skills and enhance existing one through a variety of learning modules including team activities, video taping, simulation, role-play, meeting practice, presentations, self-assessments, surveys, process analysis, and discussion.
1.6 CEU

XIND9050Z P4Q Teams To Work
Organizations that are successfully using quality principals find teams indispensable for continuous improvement. Teams use tools to analyze work processes and find permanent solutions to problems that get in the way of providing quality to customers. This module provides decision-makes an opportunity to evaluate the merit of teams and to determine how teams might support their organization's business strategy. In this highly interactive module, the student will learn new skills and enhance existing ones through a variety of learning modules including team activities, simulation, role-play, presentation, self-assessments, surveys, individual exercises, and discussion.
.9 CEU

XIND9051A P4Q SPC
Continuous improvement of product and service quality has become the primary driver for increasing productivity, customer satisfaction and employee involvement. This traing module prepares participants for developing and implementing Statistical Process Control (SPC) in their organization. In this highly interactive module, the student will learn new skills and enhance existing ones through a variety of learning modules including team activities, application projects, presentations, process flowcharting, and discussion.
3.2 CEU

XIND9051B P4Q Guage Capability
Continuous improvement of product and service quality has become the primary driver for increasing productivity, customer satisfaction, and employee involvement. This training module prepares participants for performing and interpreting gauge capability studies and determining statistical control of a gauge set-up. In this highly interactive module, the student will learn new skills and enhance existing ones through a variety of learning modules including team activities, application projects, presentations, and discussion.
1.2 CEU

XIND9051C P4Q JIT
Just-in-time (JIT) is a powerful approach to manufacturing that has been used successfully by companies around the world to systematically reduce waste, improve productivity, and fuel continuous improvement. This training module provides an in-depth introduction to JIT core techniques and is uniquely geared for manufacturing organizations. This module utilizes a realistic manufacturing simulation to practice applying JIT techniques. In this highly interactive module, the student will learn new skills and enhance existing ones through a variety of learning modules including team activities, simulation, presentations, self-assessments, surveys, process mapping, and discussion.
1.2 CEU

XIND9051D P4Q Cycle Time
As organizations are faced with greater competition and challenges to increase customer satisfaction, it is critical to find ways to reduce the time it takes to respond to the customer's needs while lowering costs and maintaining a high level of quality. This module provides practical ideas and tools for reducing Cycle Time in a manufacturing or service setting. In this highly interactive module, the student will learn new skills and enhance existing ones through a variety of learning modules including team activities, simulation, presentations, self-assessments, surveys, and discussion.
.8 CEU

XIND9051E P4Q Strategic Plan
Presents a process for organizational change and growth. Designed to facilitate key decisions in approaching organizational strategy for managers and other leaders. By the end of this workshop, participants will have completed action plan to take back to their workplace to initiate a change process or strengthen the strategic plan for their organization. In this highly interactive module, the student will learn new skills and enhance existing ones through a variety of learning modules including team activities, presentations, self-assessment, organizational assessment, Action Plans, and discussion.
1.6 CEU

XIND9051F P4Q Leadership
The role of leadership is undergoing a dramatic shift. Leaders are being challenged as never before to lead fundamental change in their organizations. This module assists participants in understanding this changing role. Participants will examine the skills, roles, and styles that leaders must understand and encourage in others to improve organization effectiveness. In this highly interactive module the student will learn new skills and enhance existing ones through a variety of learning modules including team activities, simulation, presentations, self-assessments, surveys, Personal Action Plan, and discussion.
1.6 CEU

XIND9051G Safety HLTH Management Plan
Introduces the basic principles, practices, and concepts of effective safety and health management. Through discussion and exercises, the workshop addresses common obstacles that may threaten a successful program and remedies to those obstacles. Emphasizes the value of top management commitment, employer/employee responsibility and accountability, problem solving, delegation skills, and effective reporting. Participants will learn the relationship between a company's accident history and workers' compensation costs.
.4 CEU

XIND9051H Safety Committee Operations
Introduces participants to the OR-OSHA workplace safety committee rule and its related requirements. The contents of this workshop are fundamental to all members of workplace safety committees in the state of Oregon.
.4 CEU

XIND9051J Accident Investigation
Introduces participants to a 6-step approach to accident investigation. Emphasizes interviewing, fact-finding, cause analysis, and report writing.
.4 CEU

XIND9051K Job Hazard Analysis
Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) does not have to be difficult! This workshop guides participants through a unique, step-by-step JHA process that breaks down a job into individual steps to uncover specific hazards unique to each step. It aids in developing procedures to reduce or eliminate those hazards. Participants learn to identify which jobs need JHAs, the uses and justifications for JHAs, and how to conduct a basic JHA.
.4 CEU

XIND9051L Hazard ID & Control
Teaches participants to systematically uncover hazardous conditions and unsafe practices so the safe procedures can be developed. Emphasizes employee involvement.
.4 CEU

XIND9051M Train/Safety Trainer
Teaches trainers how to train other personnel in workplace procedures and practices. Specifically, the workshop provides training in planning, designing, presenting, and evaluating workplace courses and training programs.
.4 CEU

XIND9051N Oregon OSHA Inspection
Takes the mystery out of the Oregon OSHA compliance inspection process by reviewing OR-OSHA's regulatory responsibilities, services, and the procedures safety and health compliance officers use to conduct workplace inspections.
.4 CEU

XIND9051P Sell Safety to Management
Introduces participants to the principles and methods of writing and presenting effective recommendations as a selling tool to improve safety and health in the workplace.
.4 CEU

XIND9051Q Record Keeping
Most Oregon employers are required to maintain the OSHA Form No. 200 - the Log and Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses. This workshop introduces the requirements and procedures related to the OSHA 200 log and summary administration and helps to develop skills in accurately reporting occupational injuries and illnesses.
.4 CEU

XIND9051T Safety Problem-Solving
This companion to Safety Committee Operation (101) further develops the learner's skills in safety committee management and operations problem solving. Cas studies, simulations, and discussions give participants insight into key elements of a safety and health program, writing effective recommendations, and identifying and analyzing problems that threaten the ability of safety committee members to successfully carry out their responsibilities.
.4 CEU

XIND9051U Safety & the Supervisor
Gives supervisors greater understanding about their safety responsibilities, including strategies to provide a safe environment, effective training, supervision, and accountability.
.4 CEU

XIND9051V Safety Responsibility
Introduces managers, supervisors, safety committee members, and key operators to employer and employee safety responsibilities and accountabilities as outlined in Chapter 437, Division 1, Rule 0760, General Provisions. Through class discussion and exercises, this workshop addresses the many compliance aspects of the rule, the practical application of each section of the rule, and the subsequent evaluation of the positive impact on the safety environment.
.4 CEU

XIND9051Y Indus/Non-Indus Hygiene
Introduces the participants to the role an industrial hygienist plays as part of the workplace safety and health team
.4 CEU

XIND9052B Violence-Prevention
The focus of this workshop is prevention. Participants will be provide with tools to develop an effective violence-prevention plan. Topics include assessment and de-escalation of potentially violent situations, the extent of the problem in the workplace, and employer responsibilities.
.4 CEU

XIND9052C Safety Committee Management
Assists safety committee members in planning and conducting effective safety committee meetings. Participants are introduced to key concepts for effective safety committee meetings and getting and keeping committee members involved and responsible to achieve positive results and dynamic outcomes.
.4 CEU

XIND9052D Ergonomics Awareness
This course increases participants' awareness of basic ergonomic issues in the workplace and discusses the tools to better evaluate and improve the company's ergonomic programs.
.4 CEU

XIND9052F Personal Protective Equipment
The workshop provides information on protecting head and face, hands and feet, and how to do a hazard analysis of your workplace to determine needed PPE. You also will learn about the new training and certification requirements. Attending this workshop allows Oregon-certified pesticide applicators and consultants to obtain three (3) credit hours toward recertification.
.4 CEU

XIND9052G Lockout/Tagout Program
Covers the basic requirements detailed in Oregon Administrative Rule 437, Division 2/J, Lockout/Tagout. The class discusses sources of potentially hazardous energy and covers energy-control procedural requirements including inspections, training and communications, and rules exclusive to Oregon.
.4 CEU

XIND9052H Hazard Communication
Employers must identify the hazardous chemicals they use and develop a hazard communication (HAZCOM) program to inform their employees about those chemicals. This introduction to Oregon Administrative Rule 437, Division 2/A, Hazard Communication, discusses various requirements including written program requirements, labeling, and material safety data sheet (MSDS) maintenance and training. A same written hazard communication program is reviewed.
.4 CEU

XIND9052J Ergonomics/Manual Handling
Identifies ergonomic risk factors associated with manual material handling and introduces methods to control those risk factors. Introductory level.
.4 CEU

XIND9052M Workplace Emergency Plan
Recognizing that any place of employment is subject to workplace disasters, OR-OSHA requires all employers to do whatever is necessary to minimize the likelihood of such an occurrence and requires a plan that will minimize harm to people and property should one occur. This workshop addresses the rule through discussion of steps in planning for an emergency as well as hazard-specific information preliminary to getting ready for a myriad of natural and man-made emergencies and disasters.
.4 CEU

XIND9052N Confined Space Safety
Details the requirements of OAR 437, Division 2/J, General Environmen Controls, and 1910.146, Permit Required Confined Spaces. Emphasizes analysis of confined-space, confined space hazards, and entry/exit procedures. Participants will learn three criteria for determining a confined space, four criteria for determining a permit-required confined space, the basic steps in developing a confined space program, the hazards that may exist, personal protective equipment, and emergency rescue requirements.
.3 CEU

XIND9052P Exposure Control/Blood
Reviews program requirement details in OAR 437, Division 2/Z, Bloodborne Pathogens. Emphasizes program development, administration, and training requirements. This course describes the structure of the written exposure control program; list information, record-keeping and training requirements; possible engineering and work control practices; and HBV vaccination series and post-exposure follow-up procedures.
.3 CEU

XIND9052Q Hearing Conservation
Provides an overview of an effective approach to preserving one's hearing over the course of a lifetime of work and play. Elements of an effective hearing conservation program, how sound can damage hearing, and what actions can be taken to prevent hearing loss. Explains how sound is created, how the ear receives and interprets sound, two types of sound-measuring devices, and the signs/symptoms that noise could be harming hearing.
.4 CEU

XIND9052Y OR DEQ/Hazard Waste
Reviews the steps required by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality to properly identify and manage business hazardous waste. Encompasses the step-by-step "cradle to grave" process businesses must use to manage hazardous waste. Addresses special situations as presented by participants.
.6 CEU

XIND9052Z Heavy Equipment Safety Wkshp
Provides information on operating heavy equipment (forklifts). Covers OR-OSHA general safety procedures and regulations.
.3 CEU

XIND9053A Basic Boiler Safety Workshop
Designed for the custodial operator of boilers. Focuses on the safe operation of a boiler. Covers the different types of boilers, boiler safety controls, operating controls, basics of water treatment, combustion and efficiency testing, fuel trains, boiler operation targets, and use of boiler logs. Includes a boiler room visit.
.8 CEU

XIND9053B Boiler Maintenance Works
Designed for the maintenance operator of boilers. Focuses on the safe maintenance and operation of a boiler. Covers safety, construction, controls, systems, burner combustion and flame safeguards, water treatments, layup, instruments, logs, and evaluations sheets. Includes a boiler room visit.
.8 CEU

XIND9053C Ammonia Refrigeration Training
Prepares students to safely operate and maintain ammonia refrigeration equipment. Covers refrigeration fundamentals, refrigeration cycles, basic and secondary physical properties of refrigerants, basic components of the refrigeration cycle, purging non-condensable gases from the refrigeration system, liquid feed to an evaporator,
0 CEU

XIND9053S Boiler License Exam Prep
Assists personnel in acquiring or upgrading a State of Oregon Certification which is required to install, alter and/or repair boilers, pressure vessels, and pressure piping in the State as described in Oregon Administrative Rule 918-225-0691. Focuses on the information required to successfully pass the examination required to become a Class 2, 3, 4, 5, 5a, or 5b Boiler Certificate holder. Covers ASME-adopted codes as outlined in Oregon Revised Statutes 480.550 and OAR 918-225-0430. Prerequisite: None; recommended that students fulfill the requirement for industry related hours in the boiler specialty area (OAR-918-225-0691, 5 through 10); recommended that students pre-schedule taking the appropriate test with Building Codes immediately following this class.
1.6 CEU

XIND9053T ASME CSD-1 Auto Fired Boilers
Designed for the State of Oregon Class 2 and 3 current license holders. Focuses on ASME CSD-1-2002 and ASEM Section 4, Rules for Construction of Heating Boilers. Covers safety, construction, installation, control systems, instruments, logs, and evaluation sheets for automatically fired boilers. Reviews the minimum standards for construction and installation of heating boilers.
.8 CEU

XIND9053U Power Piping Section 1
Presents the Process Piping, ASME B31.1 Power Piping Section 1 Power Boilers code requirement under the Oregon Regulatory Requirements for businesses engaged in the installation of steam and hot water boilers, pressure vessels and pressure piping systems. Fulfills the Oregon BCD continuing education requirement for boiler license Classes 3 through 5.
.8 CEU

XIND9053W Refrige Piping ASME B31.5
Presents the ASME B31.5 Refrigeration Piping code requirement under the Oregon Regulatory Requirements for businesses engaged in the installation of steam and hot water boilers, pressure vessels and pressure piping systems. Fulfills the Oregon BCD continuing education requirement for boiler license Classes 2 through 5.
.8 CEU

XIND9053X Bldg Svc Piping-Sect 4 Heating
Presents the ASME B31.9 Building Service Piping, Section IV Heating Boilers code requirement under the Oregon Regulatory Requirements for businesses engaged in the installation of steam and hot water boilers, pressure vessels and pressure piping systems. Fulfills the Oregon BCD continuing education requirement for boiler license Classes 3 through 5.
.8 CEU

XIND9053Y DEQ Onsite Installer
Covers the regulations of the DEQ 2005 revised rule changes for Septic System Installers (OAR 340-071 and 073).
.8 CEU

XIND9053Z Construction Contractor Trng
Covers CCB information, employer requirements/employee rights, Oregon lien and contract project/time management, estimating and scheduling, building codes, OR-OSHA requirements, job site safety, environmental laws, and test-taking strategies. Meets the requirement for Construction Contractors Board (CCB) licensing and is taught by a CCB-approved education provider.
1.6 CEU

XIND9054A DEQ Maintenace Provider O&M
Covers the regulations of the DEQ 2005 revised rule changes for Septic System Maintenance Providers (OAR 340-071 and 073).
1.6 CEU

XIND9054B MSHA Annual Refresher
Provides mandatory health and safety training for construction and mine employees
.8 CEU

XIND9054C Bsc Electr/Manage Enrgy Costs
Provides an overview of electricity concepts and the components of a utility system, from generation to distribution; includes strategies for making the most of commercial energy costs and minimizing the impact of power disruptions. Designed for commercial energy employers.
.4 CEU

XIND9054D Mntrng Load Shapes/Enrgy Svngs
Provides instruction in how to monitor and maximize energy usage. Designed for commercial and industrial energy employers.
.4 CEU

XIND9054E Worksite Safety Seminar
Discusses a variety of OSHA safety standards, hazards and respective precautionary measures in business and industry. Topics may vary depending on student needs. Offered as needed
.1 CEU

XIND9054F Manufacturing Safety Seminar
Discusses a variety of OSHA safety standards, hazards and respective precautionary measures related to the manufacturing industry. Topics may vary depending on student needs.
.3 CEU

XIND9054G OSHA Construction Safety
Covers a variety of construction safety and health hazards which a worker may encounter at a construction site. Orients workers to occupational safety and health standards and practices.
1 CEU

XIND9054H OSHA General Industry Safety
Covers a variety of construction safety and health hazards which a worker may encounter at a general industry site. Orients workers to occupational safety and health standards and practices.
1 CEU

XIND9054J HVAC: Building Tune-up
Focuses on how to optimize building energy use through efficiency, HVAC operations, and maintenance. Designed for commercial and industrial energy users.
.4 CEU

XIND9054K Solar PV Systems Onsite Option
Introduces photovoltaic systems for commercial and industrial users.
.4 CEU

XIND9054L Solar Thermal Heating Systems
Provides an introduction to the basic components and economics of solar thermal heating systems for commercial and industrial energy users.
.4 CEU

XIND9054M Lighting Retrofits
Provides an introduction to commercial and industrial lighting retrofits for industry and commercial users.
.4 CEU

XIND9054N Industrial Pump Systems
Provides an overview of electric motors, pumps, and variable-speed drives that can reduce energy use and improve process control in systems with varying loads.
.4 CEU

XIND9054P Industrial Fan Systems
Provides an overview of the principles of industrial fan, blower, and dust collection systems. Includes how systems can be optimized without reducing production.
.4 CEU

XIND9054Q A Smart Grid Perspective
Explores the concept of a future smart grid and what effect it will have on industrial, commercial, and institutional operations.
.4 CEU

XIND9054R It's an LED World
Provides an introduction to the key differences between light emitting diodes (LED) and incumbent lighting.
.4 CEU

XIND9054S Energy Champions Project
Provides a step-by-step process for developing an energy efficiency plan for an organization. Includes strategies for engaging co-workers and maximizing a financial return on investment.
.4 CEU

XIND9054T Intro to Visual Management
Provides an introduction to visual management as a strategy to improve productivity and quality. Offered as needed
3.6 CEU

XIND9054U Electrical Bscs for Business
Provides an overview of electricity concepts and components of a utility electrical system from generation to distribution. Outlines strategies for energy efficiency.
.4 CEU

XIND9054V ODOT Local Agency Cert
Provides intermediate instruction in Microsoft Excel 2007 software.
3.6 CEU

XIND9054W Max Energy Control Savings
Presents an overview of interior application Light Emitting Diode (LED) lighting versus incumbent lighting systems; compares maintenance and cost issues of incandescent and fluorescent systems versus interior application LEDs. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XIND9054X Visual Management Orientation
Provides a brief orientation to visual management tools and processes. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XIND9054Y Visual Mgt in the Workplace
Discusses visual management tools typically used in the workplace. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XIND9054Z Lighting Upgrades for Business
Overviews lighting upgrade options and ways to improve existing lighting for energy efficiency. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XIND9055A Handling of Dangerous Waste
Covers regulatory considerations, terminology, hazard identification systems, hazard assessment, risk assessment, labeling, collection, and contingency plans.
.7 CEU

XIND9055B Train the Trainer/Industry
Covers the basic skills and provides a uniform approach for training others on the job. Offered as needed
1.6 CEU

XIND9055C Adv Ammonia Refrigeration
Provides an overview of energy efficiency measures for refrigerated warehouses. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XIND9055D Water and Energy for Industry
Provides an overview of water and energy trends and use of energy and water resources as it applies to day-to-day business operations. F
.4 CEU

XIND9055E Demand Response for Industry
Provides an overview of demand response and strategies that lead to a reduction in electrical load during peak customer consumption. F
.4 CEU

XIND9055F LED Lighting for Industry
Provides a history and overview of LED lighting, products, and applications. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XIND9055G Energy Management for Industry
Provides an overview of Strategic Energy Management (SEM) and the continuous improvement model on which SEM is based. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XIND9055H Building Science Fundamentals
Explores how properly designing and constructing a building's thermal and moisture barrier or envelope is essential for a durable energy-efficient home. Offered as needed
1.4 CEU

XIND9055J Intro to Solar Heating
Provides an overview of the technologies, considerations and opportunities associated with the installation of solar thermal systems including site analysis, system types, operation and solar heating applications. Offered as needed
3.2 CEU

XIND9055K Building Envelopes
Explores high performance home wall and roof assemblies and the importance of performance testing and diagnostics to verify the performance of the home envelope. Offered as needed
1.4 CEU

XIND9055L Home Deconstruction and Reuse
Provides an overview of key elements to consider when building the case for deconstruction and reuse of old homes, including hazard identification, safety, planning, and logistics. Offered as needed
1.4 CEU

XITA0546A Italian Beginning
Italian (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XITA0546C Italian for Travelers
Presents basic language skills and cultural information for traveling in Italy.
0 Non-Credit

XITA0546D Italian for Travelers
Presents basic language skills and cultural information for traveling in Italy.
0 Non-Credit

XLAT0549A Latin Beg 1
Introduces the influence of Latin in Modern language.
0 Non-Credit

XLIB0001A Info Lit Wkshp: Spec Topics
Provides instruction in a variety of information literacy topics for students, staff, and the community. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XLIB9000A Library Staff Training
Provides library staff with an understanding and knowledge of Millennium system functions. Includes logging on and off and instructions for automation, cataloging, circulation, and reference issues/procedures. Provid
.25 CEU

XMFG9050G Gen Electric Maintenance Millw
Familiarizes the student with the proper use of the National Electrical Code (NEC), and the basic theory necessary to maintain, test, repair, and/or replace electrical components.
0 CEU

XMFG9050J Circuit Board Manufacturing
Hands-on training designed specifically for supervision and production workers at Praegitzer Industries for the manufacturing of circuit boards. The curriculum will cover Engineering, Lamination, Drilling, Wet Process, Graphics, Probimer, Fabrication, and Electronical Test.
5 CEU

XMFG9050K Ltd Gen Supervisor Test Prep
Manufacturing Tech (non-cr)
3 CEU

XMFG9050L APICS Basics
Covers basic definitions and concepts for planning and controlling the flow of materials into, through, and out of an organization. Provides the first of a series of five courses designed to help the student pass APICS professional certification exams.
3 CEU

XMFG9050M APICS Master Plan of Resources
Covers processes for sales and operations plans; internal and external forecasting requirements; and master schedules that are consistent with business policies, objectives, and resource constraints.
3 CEU

XMFG9050N Lean Mfg Certification
Covers the systematic transformation of an existing "model line" within a company from batch manufacturing to a "pull" system based on the principles developed at Toyota. Focuses on the application of Lean techniques within a "made-to-order" environment.
4 CEU

XMFG9050P Intro to Lean Manufacturing
Describes the Lean Manufacturing approach to reducing and streamlining manufacturing operations. Covers the philosophy of continually increasing the value-added activities of a business through ongoing waste elimination.
.1 CEU

XMFG9050Q Solar Mfg Industry Standards
Provides an introduction to solar manufacturing, tools, equipment, material handling, and safety.
4 CEU

XMFG9050R Silicon Wafer Manufacturing
Introduces silicon manufacturing processing to include slicing and growing operations.
3.2 CEU

XMFG9050S Silicon Wafer Manufacturing 2
Provides an introduction to silicon manufacturing processing to include slicing and growing operations
3.2 CEU

XMFG9050T IMOM: Basic Process Plant Ops
Provides an introduction to basic plant operations, safety, and hazards.
.5 CEU

XMFG9050U IMOM: Adv Process Plant Ops
Focuses on advancing incumbent worker mastery to calibrate, operate, and configure processing systems. Includes measuring flow, programming controls, recording information, and planning for system improvements associated with process plant operations. Reviews plant operations for common job hazards and safety concerns.
.5 CEU

XMFG9050V IMOM Master Trainer: Design
Covers Part One of the Master Trainer series. Provides strategies to recognize and document the need for training and prepares a worker to design a training. Introduces the safety and hazard design aspects of training. Prerequisite: XMFG9050T
2 CEU

XMFG9050W IMOM Master Trainer: Asmt
Covers Part Two of the Master Trainer series. Introduces incumbent workers to training assessments and proficiencies. Includes assessing safety and hazards associated with training. Prerequisite: XMFG9050T
2 CEU

XMFG9050X IMOM Master Trainer: Delivery
Covers Part Three of the Master Trainer series. Prepares incumbent workers to coordinate, stage, and deliver training from a previously designed course outline and activity guide. Continues safety prevention for workplace hazards instruction. Prerequisite: XMFG9050X
2 CEU

XMT9050A Intro to Microelectronics
Covers how semiconductor devices (microprocessors, memory, sensors, etc.) are manufactured and designed. Explains the types of careers in this industry.
.4 CEU

XMT9050B Intro to Nanotechnology
Defines and surveys the state of nanotechnology and looks at its future impact and possible career paths.
.4 CEU

XMTH0791A Graphic Calculator
Learn how to use an HP48G graphic calculator for MTH095, Intermediate Algebra, or other higher mathematics courses. Prerequisite: Concurrent registration in algebra course or the consent of instructor.
0 Non-Credit

XMTH9000A Math with Calculator
Through demonstration and classroom practice, students will learn to perform basic math functions using a calculator.
.8 CEU

XMTH9000B GP Math Whole Number
Georgia Pacific Math Workshop - Whole Numbers.
1.2 CEU

XMTH9000C GP Math Dec/Fraction
Georgia Pacific Math Workshop - Decimals and Fractions.
1.2 CEU

XMTH9000D GP Math Percentage/Ratio
Georgia Pacific Math Workshop - Percent, Ratio, Proportion.
1.2 CEU

XMTH9000E Smart Survey Design
Presents basic instruction in survey design, question construction, and administration. Provides guidance for using survey results in decision making.
.3 CEU

XMTH9000F Math for Metals Workers
Covers fundamentals of fractions, measurement, unit analysis, equations, and basic algebra for metal working. Emphasizes analysis and solution of application problems.
2.4 CEU

XMTH9000G Using SurveyMonkey
Gives entry-level users of SurveyMonkey the basic information needed to create an account, design surveys, collect responses, analyze and export data, and manage their accounts.
.3 CEU

XMUS0001C Music Heritage
The musical heritage of America is its fold songs, from the mountain songs of Virginia to the wail of the lonesome cowboy. This class will share through sharing singing and playing old fold music.
0 Non-Credit

XMUS0001E Music and Memories
Introduces music activities for older adult students with varied physical and cognitive abilities. Builds on listening and communication skills. Enhances personal esteem and well-being. Promotes memory retention and self-expression.
0 Non-Credit

XMUS0001G Chorus
Designed for both enjoyment and to encourage community participation in choral signing. Provides basic instruction necessary to establish a community chorus.
0 Non-Credit

XMUS0001H Community Choir
Three and Four part choral music ranging from classical to contemporary, sacred and popular.
0 Non-Credit

XMUS0001J Community Chorus
Provides structured singing in a group with leadership from the instructor. Includes critique of personal and group performance, suggestions for improvement, and practice of a variety of musical styles for possible performance.
0 Non-Credit

XMUS0001P Guitar, Advanced
Focuses on interpreting published and recorded music. Covers notation, beginning must theory, transposing, and playing by ear. Prerequisite: XMUS0527C
0 Non-Credit

XMUS0001X Chamber Chorus
Offers a choral ensemble experience that specializes in performing literature of many styles appropriate for a small chamber group. Emphasizes ensemble skills, musicality and expertise in various choral performance practices. Requires audition for participation; also requires purchase of performance apparel. Prerequisite: Minimum one term of vocal ensemble experience;and approval of instructor.
0 Non-Credit

XMUS0002K Intro to Clawhammer Banjo
Introduces the history and beginning skills of clawhammer banjo-playing.
0 Non-Credit

XNET9050A Network Fundamentals
Introduces basic networking concepts and common network industry terminology. Examines popular networking topologies used in LANs, VLANs, WANs, WLANs and Internetworks. Covers the OSI seven-layer reference model and discusses it as a network diagnostic and troubleshooting tool. Covers TCP/IP addressing, subnetting and common routed and routing protocols and services used in LANs and WANs. Also introduces Access-Control-Lists (ACLs) and discusses them as a form of network security. Prerequisite: Computer literacy
2 CEU

XNET9050B Introduction to Wireless LANs
Introduces the theory of operation of wireless LANs (local area networks). Covers common terminology and the advantages and disadvantages of wireless LANs.
.4 CEU

XNET9050C Intro to Computer Networking
Covers basic networking concepts and terminology. Examines popular networking topologies and introduces the OSI seven-layer reference model. Covers TCP/IP Addressing and Subnetting, and Access-Control-Lists (ACLs) as a form of network security. Prerequisite: Computer literacy.
2 CEU

XNET9050D Introduction to LAN Security
Covers security concepts relevant to LANs and provides an extended examination of Cisco Security Appliance (PIX) and Router Firewall implementations. Designed for those already maintaining a LAN. Prerequisite: Student must be computer literate and a current administrator of a local area network.
.4 CEU

XNET9050E Intro to Computer Networks
Provides the basics of computer networking and reviews the history of computer networking. Discusses terminology used in the networking industry. Prerequisite: Computer literacy
.8 CEU

XNET9050F Network Component/Connectivity
Covers how networks are categorized and how they work. Introduces the basic skills needed to design, set up, and troubleshoot basic PC networks. Prerequisite: Computer literacy.
.8 CEU

XNET9050G Networking Protocol/Addressing
Covers information on the networking standards, protocols, and services that form the basis of computer-to-computer communication from the smallest home network to the vast global internet. Prerequisite: Knowledge of media, topologies, and troubleshooting or equivalent knowledge and equipment, including the ability to: differentiate between common types of PC networks (client-server, peer-to-peer, LANs, MANs and WAN's); describe the common LAN topologies and architectures; describe how network signaling works and recognize common signaling types; describe the physical components of the network (media, network adapters, and connectivity devices); list the characteristics of different media access methods used on PC networks; recognize common network troubleshooting tools and describe general guidelines for troubleshooting PC networks.
.8 CEU

XNET9050H Wireless LAN Fundamentals
Introduces the fundamentals of wireless LANs and focuses on design, planning, implementation, operation and troubleshooting. Includes hands-on laboratories in security and design practices. Prepares students to achieve the Cisco Wireless LAN Support Specialist designation. Designed for current employees in the computer industry or active computer technology instructors. Prerequisite: Computer industry experience equivalent to NET152 or consent of instructor. Su
4.8 CEU

XNET9050J Network Security Fundamentals
Explains network security processes and equipment and includes hands-on experiences. Covers security policy design and management; security solutions and technologies; security appliance firewalls and router design. Designed for current employees in the computer industry or computer technology instructors. Prerequisite: Industrial experience equivalent to NET154 or current CCNA certification or consent of instructor.
8 CEU

XNET9050K Introduction to SolidWorks
Introduces SolidWorks software for part modeling and drawing generation. Covers use of sketch, relation, and feature tools to construct models of machined, cast, forged, extruded and thin-walled parts. Addresses drawing setup and plotting.
2.4 CEU

XNET9050L IP Telephony-CIPT1 & CIPT2
Covers the installation, configuration, and maintenance of a Cisco IP telephony system.
4.8 CEU

XNET9050M IP Telephony
Introduces Cisco IP Telephony, the converging voice and data networks, and the challenges faced by technologies. Covers Voice over IP (VoIP) and Quality of Service (QoS) concepts as they apply to the Cisco Call Manager Express (CME) environment.
4.8 CEU

XNET9050N IT-E 2: Net Op Sys Fast Track
Offers a Cisco Academy accelerated course designed to meet the fast track instructor certification requirements for Cisco Academy instructors. Provides an overview of computer network operating systems and peripherals. Reviews the hardware and software requirements of different systems and management techniques. Includes discussion of technical support methods and recommended best practice. Prerequisite: CS101 or equivalent as determined by the instructor.
4.4 CEU

XNET9050P IT-E Update Instruct Fst Track
Offers a Cisco Academy accelerated two-part course covering IT-Essentials I & II, designed to meet the fast track instructor upgrade and certification requirements for Cisco Academy instructors. Part 1 provides a review of PC hardware and software, Part 2 reviews network server operating systems and peripherals and systems management techniques. Includes discussion of secure access, management issues and best practices. Prerequisite: Current Cisco Academy Instructor as determined by the Cisco Regional Academy LMC.
4 CEU

XNUR0001A Reading Assessment/Nursing
Reading assessment for Nursing.
0 Non-Credit

XNUR0001B Nursing Overview Workshop
Presents an overview of the nursing profession, nursing as a career, and an explanation of various levels of nurse training and work. Includes details of the admission process and content of the six terms of the clinical nursing program.
0 Non-Credit

XNUR0001C Performance Test
AssessTest is set of examinations that test nursing knowledge and assess readiness for the NCLEX-RN exam.
0 Non-Credit

XNUR0001D Performance Test
Skill performance testing for re-entry nursing students.
0 Non-Credit

XNUR0001E Nursing ACE 1/Fundamentals
Designed for administration to LPNs seeking placement in programs preparing for RN practice. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
0 Non-Credit

XNUR0001F Nursing Care Chldbrng Family
Second of three-part Nursing ACE I examination. Administration to licensed practical nurses (LPN) seeking placement in programs preparing for registered nurse (RN) practice. Prerequisite: Approval of Dean of Nursing. F, W, Sp, Su
0 Non-Credit

XNUR0001G Pain Medication Seminar
Focuses on the health care team's role in influencing patient outcome through assessment and management of pain. Includes current recommended pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic approaches for managing pain. Discusses the needs of special populations, such as neonates, infants, children, older adults, critically ill, and the cognitively impaired.
0 Non-Credit

XNUR0001H Phlebotomy Review Workshop
Provides students with basic instruction in anatomy and physiology related to phlebotomy practices; basic instruction in professional standards related to patients, staff, and visitors; professional ethics and legal issues related to phlebotomy practices, including HIPAA; laboratory functions, infection control and individual practice; and laboratory-related medical terminology. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in Nursing curriculum or recent Nursing graduate.
0 Non-Credit

XNUR0001J Nursing Care of Child
Third of a three-part Nursing ACE I examination. Administration to licensed practical nurses (LPN) seeking placement in programs preparing for registered nurse (RN) practice. Prerequisite: Approval of Dean of Nursing. F, W, Sp, Su
0 Non-Credit

XNUR9400A Medication Aide
Prepares Certified Nursing Assistants to safety administer non-injectable medications to patients as prescribed by physicians and under the supervision of licensed nursing personnel.
8 CEU

XNUR9400B Basic Nurse Assistant
Designed to meet curricula and standards prescribed by the Oregon State Board of Nursing. Provides training in nursing assistant basic skills and responsibilities through lecture, demonstration, and a clinical component in a community long-term care facility.
15.5 CEU

XNUR9400K Pain Management Seminar
Focuses on the health care team's role in influencing patient outcome through assessment and management of pain. Includes current recommended pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic approaches for managing pain. Discusses the needs of special populations, such as neonates, infants, children, older adults, critically ill, and the cognitively impaired.
.7 CEU

XNUR9400L Nursing Test-Writing Workshop
Provides nursing faculty with test-writing strategies for first- and second-year examinations. Includes the processes for development of nursing exams, leveling of questions from first year to second year, and critical thinking questions. Prerequisites: Community College Nurse Educators.
.8 CEU

XNUR9400M CNA 2: Core and Acute Care
Assists the Certified Nursing Assistant 1 (CNA1) with developing the knowledge and skills necessary to become a Certified Nursing Assistant 2 (CNA2), Acute Care. Uses the Oregon State Board of Nursing approved standardized curriculum. Includes a clinical component to be scheduled in an acute care facility. Prerequisite: Current, unencumbered Oregon CNA1 certification and listing on Oregon State Board of Nursing CNA registry, hold a current Healthcare Provider Level CPR card valid through the end of the course, pass a criminal background check, and meet immunization and TB test requirements.
6.4 CEU

XNUR9400N NCLEX Nursing Review
Focuses on key points of providing nursing care and essential functions for adult patients with common medical-surgical and psychiatric disorders. Additionally focuses on providing care for pediatric and maternal-child patients with common conditions. Includes guidelines for applying delegation and priority setting techniques to deliver nursing care. Reviews basic NCLEX-RN test-taking strategies including alternate format questions. Prerequisite: Completion of RN level nursing program. Offered as needed
1.2 CEU

XOC0001A Crabbing Demonstration
Oceanography (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XOC0001B Explore Ocean/Bay
Oceanography (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XPE0001Q Line Dance
Presents step-by-step instruction to introduce basic line dance moves.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0001W Dance/Belly Beg
Class teaches the history, costuming, and basic movements of belly dance for women. Student will learn basic arm, torso, and hip movements in the style of American Cabaret Belly Dance.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0001X Dance/Belly Int
Continues basic arm, torso, and hip movements in the style of American Cabaret Belly Dance for the intermediate student. Emphasizes movement to form a dance number. Includes further work with zills and beginning veil work. Prerequisite: XPE0001W, Belly Dance - Beginning
0 Non-Credit

XPE0002H Body Composition Test
Provides body composition testing to assess what percentage of the body is lean tissue, and what percentage is fat. Includes bioelectrical impedance, a state-of-the-art method for measuring body composition. Computerized results and data analysis are provided.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0002J Athletic Camp
Offers athletic conditioning and skills development for high school students younger than 16 years.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0002K Volleyball Power
Physical Education (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XPE0002R Relaxation Techniques Beg.
Focuses on the basic methods of relaxation and stress management. Offers an opportunity to practice many of the methods most popular in the stress management field.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0002V Youth Dance Camp
Introduces basic dance moves, practicing short and long routines.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0002W Hula & Hawaiian Culture Wkshp
Introduces the history, movements, music and meaning of Polynesian hula. Covers dance exercises to increase upper and lower body strength and flexibility needed to perform hulas. Includes instruction of one hula routine and construction of a lei.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0002Z Golf Beginning
Presents the basic golf skills and knowledge necessary for the game of golf.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0003A Golf Fundamentals
Provides golf fundamentals, including grip, stance, posture, swing mechanics, terminology, rules, and etiquette. Instruction and practice will occur at a driving range.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0003B Hiking
Presents the first part of a two-part class. Covers hiking basics and specific information about the upcoming day hike. Includes supervision by the instructor on all hikes.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0003C Athletic Camp
Offers athletic conditioning and skills development for high school students 16 years and older.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0003D Tennis Beg
A short term class that includes instruction and practice in basic tennis techniques for the individual with little or no skill.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0003T Salsa Dance, Beginning
Introduces basic Salsa Dance music, rhythm, steps, and moves with a partner.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0003U Salsa Dance, Intermediate
Salsa Dance class for continuing students. Emphasis on perfecting basic steps and moves, introducing new more advanced steps and moves, coordinated work with a partner, and combining steps to make patterns.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0003Z English Country Dancing
Introduces English Country Dancing – the elegance, grace, and manners seen in such movies as “Pride and Prejudice” and “Sense and Sensibility” - as an enjoyable and accessible form of group recreation. Presents basic dance movements and etiquette while teaching several period dances.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0004F Karate Self Defense
Introduces Japanese terminology for karate techniques of blocking, kicking, striking, and stances. Covers, karate school (dojo) etiquette, history, philosophy, and traditions of the martial arts. Includes instruction in self-protection techniques and strategies.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0580A Wilderness Survival
A 3-day outdoor course to learn the four basic elements of wilderness survival. Designed to take the beginner from a traditional outdoor camp in the Cascade Mountains to full survival by constructing a shelter, finding water, making a fire without matches, and finding food. Covers making cordage, eating utensils, stalking, safety, low-impact camping, and nature observation.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582B Physical Condition/Weight Trng
Resistance training class designed to increase muscular strength, endurance, development, and flexibility by using safe body mechanics, spotting technique, cyclic training, and a balanced series of weight training movements.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582C Stretch & Strengthen
Active stretch, upper and lower body contouring exercises, and slow static stretch.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582D Stretch & Strengthen
Active stretch, upper and lower body contouring exercises, and slow static stretch.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582E Exercise Yoga
Provides simple exercises to stretch, align and rejuvenate the body. Focuses on breathing while moving and holding asanas (poses), becoming aware of the energy flow within, releasing blocked energy and cleansing the body. This yoga practice becomes meditation in motion.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582F Fitness Aerobic
A continuation of dance exercises, routines, and dance movements to increase cardio-vascular fitness, muscle strength and flexibility.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582G Fitness-Staff
Covers how to design and execute a conditioning program designed to meet individual abilities, needs, and goals.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582J Dance Aerobics
Presents a variety of dance moves to work on posture, balance, rhythm, cardio endurance, strength, muscle tone, and flexibility.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582K Tai Chi Movement
Tai Chi Movement
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582M Tai Chi Movement, Beg.
Introduces Tai Chi, a classic Chinese form of exercise which is comprised of slow fluid movements, to maintain and improve strength, flexibility, and balance and reduce stress.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582N Tai Chi Movement
Tai Chi Movement
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582P Tai Chi Movement, Beg.
Introduces Tai Chi, a classic Chinese form of exercise which is comprised of slow fluid movements, to maintain and improve strength, flexibility, and balance and reduce stress.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582R Aquatic Exercise
Designed for those that wish to improve their physical condition through exercise in a pool. Especially good for senior citizens and those requiring physical therapy in water. Group exercise and free-swim time is included.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582S Aquatic Exercise for Seniors
Designed for those that wish to improve their physical condition through exercise in a pool. Especially good for senior citizens and those requiring physical therapy in water. Group exercise and free-swim time is included.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582V Aerobics, Low Impact
Focuses on low-impact aerobic movements, safety, and appropriate level of exertions. Includes a warm-up period, low impact aerobic routines, and cool-down period. Also includes exercises with hand weights, strength exercises, relaxation techniques, and deep full-lung breathing.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582W Aerobics, Low Impact
Focuses on low-impact aerobic movements, safety, and appropriate level of exertions. Includes a warm-up period, low impact aerobic routines, and cool-down period. Also includes exercises with hand weights, strength exercises, relaxation techniques, and deep full-lung breathing.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582X Fitness/Older Adults
Consists of exercise for Golden-Age citizens to help them keep or restore mental and physical tone, give them a source of satisfaction in daily life, and physical tone, give them a source of satisfaction in daily life, and to be able to live and move more freely. Activities will be included for wheel chair confined participants.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582Y Fitness/Older Adults
Covers the importance of muscle flexibility and strengthening, body form, and food awareness in daily life. Comfortable clothing, low shoes, and weights will be incorporated in exercise routine.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0582Z Fitness/Older Adults
Consists of exercise for golden-age citizens to help them keep or restore mental and physical tone, give them a source of satisfaction in daily life, and to be able to live and move more freely. There will be emphasis on increasing stability of movement as well as safety. Depending on the population, specific exercises might be included each week. Activities will be included for wheel chair confined participants.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0583A Fitness/Older Adults
Consists of exercise for golden-age citizens to help them keep or restore mental and physical tone, give them a source of satisfaction in daily life, and to be able to live and move more freely. There will be emphasis on increasing stability of movement as well as safety. Depending on the population, specific exercises might be included each week. Activities will be included for wheel chair confined participants.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0583B Fitness/Older Adults
Consists of exercise for golden-age citizens to help them keep or restore mental and physical tone, give them a source of satisfaction in daily life, and to be able to live and move more freely. There will be emphasis on increasing stability of movement as well as safety. Depending on the population, specific exercises might be included each week. Activities will be included for wheel chair confined participants.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0583C Correctives
Provides work space, instruction, and safety precautions to develop fitness level of students with a physical injury or disability. Prerequisite: Completion of Health Information Form by physician, registered therapist, or self.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0583D Kickboxing, Beginning
Introduces kickboxing and step aerobic moves at an aerobic fitness level. Emphasizes completing a muscular strength session and concluding with a stretching and relaxing routine.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0583E Healthy Breathing
Introduces breathing techniques designed to increase the flow of oxygen to various body systems with the goal of enhanced health and fitness. Focuses on practice of techniques to help coordinate and control body movements and promote relaxation.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0583F Yoga for Health
Introduces the practice of yoga through breathing exercises, poses, mental focus, body and mind awareness, and deep relaxation.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0583G Yoga for Health
Introduces the practice of yoga through breathing exercises, poses, mental focus, body and mind awareness, and deep relaxation.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0583K Kickboxing
Kickboxing.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0583M NIA: Health Through Movement
Introduces a unique cardiovascular fitness and awareness movement practice for fitness and personal growth. Provides a combination of NIA movements that draw from Eastern and Western methods of the martial arts, dance arts and healing arts. Focuses on creating balance and harmony in body and mind for all fitness levels.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0583P Yoga for Flexibility/Strength
Cultivates the practice of hatha yoga. Offers an opportunity to explore yoga and discover health benefits including increased flexibility and strength.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0583T Yoga for Health
Yoga for Health.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0583U Yoga for Health
Yoga for Health.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0583W Tai Chi Movement, Beg.
Introduces Tai Chi, a classic Chinese form of exercise which is comprised of slow fluid movements, to maintain and improve strength, flexibility, and balance and reduce stress.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0583Y T'ai Chi Chu'an: Yang Style
Performs the Yang style of Tai Chi Chuan. Discusses information on the history and benefits of Tai Chi Chuan.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0583Z T'ai Chi Ch'uan: Yang Style
Performs the Yang style of Tai Chi Chuan. Discusses information on the history and benefits of Tai Chi Chuan.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0584A Soccer - Introduction
Covers the fundamentals of soccer and basic conditioning.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0584B Better Bones and Balance
Focuses on development of balance, strength and endurance through exercise. Presents five basic exercises which may slow the rate of bone loss in adults of all ages, as well as improve balance, flexibility, coordination, increase muscle tone and overall body fitness. Includes modification of exercises to accommodate a variety of fitness and ability levels.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0584C Hatha Yoga
Introduces the practice of yoga through breathing exercises, poses, mental focus, body and mind awareness, and deep relaxation.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0584D Introduction to Yoga
Introduces the basics of alignment and yoga poses.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0584E Power Yoga Flow
Presents power yoga for continuing and/or advanced yoga students. Focuses on increasing strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular health.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0584F Healthy Back
Introduces exercises aimed at avoiding back pain. Covers basic anatomy and rehabilitative exercise principles.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0584G Fitness for Adults
Introduces proper fitness training that incorporates basic weight and cardiovascular training, and develops an individualized exercise regimen.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0584H Body Ball Fitness
Introduces basic body ball exercises to tone and strengthen the body.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0584I Adult Weight Loss & Fitness
Introduces proper fitness training, basic weight training, cardiovascular exercise, and developing an individualized exercise regimen for the purpose of losing weight.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0584J Movement/Strength/Flexibility
Covers strength, flexibility, and endurance without risking injury. Introduces proper and safe exercises to tone different areas of the body.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0584K Weight Training for Women
Introduces students to proper weight training methods, and the benefits of incorporating weight training in an individualized exercise regimen.
0 Non-Credit

XPE0584L Zumba Dance Workout
Presents a variety of dance moves to work on posture, balance, rhythm, cardio endurance, strength, muscle tone, and flexibility.
0 Non-Credit

XPHL0001K ETG Philosophy-New Millennium
Focuses on the development of critical thinking skills by understanding the role philosophy plays in human behavior and decision-making. Applies to those interested in gaining a knowledge of philosophy in the new millennium and developing their critical thinking skills.
0 Non-Credit

XRD0001A ETG Speed Reading
ETG Speed Reading.
0 Non-Credit

XRD0653A ETG Speed Reading
Covers speed reading techniques to improve reading pace and comprehension
0 Non-Credit

XRE0805A ABC's of Home Buying
Provides an overview of home ownership. Assists prospective buyers to gain confidence working with the people involved in the process.
0 Non-Credit

XRE0805B Real Estate Broker Cert. Prep.
Provides the information needed to prepare for and qualify to take the real estate broker license exam as required by the State of Oregon Real Estate Agency. Prerequisite: High School diploma; or GED or equivalent. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XRE9250A Real Estate Licensee
Real estate licensee training.
.6 CEU

XRE9250B Earnest Money Agreement
Overviews functions of earnest money agreements and illustrates current procedures in executing a properly written earnest money agreement.
.2 CEU

XRE9250C Real Estate Listings
Overviews current procedures in the employment agreement, commonly called a "listing", which is the written instrument whereby an owner of real property employs a broker for the purpose of acting as an agent of the seller to effect a sale, an exchange, a lease, or a lease option of the listed property on behalf of the owner.
.2 CEU

XRE9250D Real Estate Contracts
Provides a general overview of the nature of real estate contract law and an understanding in broad terms of the rules regarding their creation and operation.
.2 CEU

XRE9250E Green Home Design Series
Introduces green and sustainable methods for energy efficiency, solar applications, and green building designs.
1.8 CEU

XRE9250F Green Home Design Wkshp
Introduces green and sustainable methods for energy efficiency, solar applications, and green building designs.
.6 CEU

XRE9250G Real Estate Investment Series
Provides foundational skills to analyze real estate investments.
1.6 CEU

XRE9250H Real Estate Investment Wkshp
Provides foundational skills to analyze real estate investments.
.4 CEU

XRE9250J Sustainability for Realtors
Provides real estate professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to communicate with clients about the value of a new or remodeled green home, including home features and building products that provide greater energy, water, and resource efficiency. Offered as needed
1.4 CEU

XREC0001C Bridge Beg
Demonstration of fundamental bridge card rules and playing strategies.
0 Non-Credit

XREC0001D Bridge Beg
Demonstration of fundamental bridge card rules and playing strategies.
0 Non-Credit

XREC0001E Bridge Int
Students continue to acquire skills in declarer play. Some review in Standard American bidding is provided. In-class time is spent in a lecture explaining declarer techniques and in playing pre-dealt hands which provide an opportunity to practice the techniques. It is assumed students are able to bid to reach a suitable contract on pre-dealt hands, and are familiar with fundamentals.
0 Non-Credit

XREC0001F Bridge Adv
Demonstration of advanced bridge card rules and playing strategies.
0 Non-Credit

XREC0001J Dog Obedience Beg
Provides dog owners with methods of obedience training for their dogs through oral commands, corrections, and praise. Covers basic commands. Requires dogs to be leashed during class periods.
0 Non-Credit

XREC0001M Summer Astronomy Workshop
Introduces how to recognize stars and constellations Covers how the night sky changes over time. Also includes how to star gaze using star charts, binoculars, and a small telescope.
0 Non-Credit

XREC0001N Wedding Plan-Tips & Guidelines
Covers an overview of the tasks necessary for planning a successful wedding and reception. Emphasizes timelines, checklists, budget development, site and vendor selection criteria and timeless helpful hints.
0 Non-Credit

XREC0702A GPS Operation
Covers operating features of hand held Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers. Focuses on how to navigate with receivers in any environment. Designed for hand held GPS units. GPS ownership is strongly recommended.
0 Non-Credit

XREC0712A Priv Pilot Grnd Trng
Presents the fundamentals of flight, flight operations, aviation weather, performance and navigation, integrating pilot knowledge and skills.
0 Non-Credit

XRUS0550A Beginning Russian
Introduces fundamental Russian grammar and vocabulary with an emphasis on oral communication.
0 Non-Credit

XRUS0601A Russian, Beginning
Concentrates on elementary conversation, practical Russian vocabulary, basic grammar, limited reading and writing, and use of the present tense with an emphasis on correct pronunciation. Includes introduction to Russian culture.
0 Non-Credit

XRUS0718A Russian Beginning
Russian - beginning.
0 Non-Credit

XSP0001A Giving Voice to Printed Word
Introduces oral interpretation through use of styles of techniques for reading aloud to groups and in other settings. Provides exercises and critiques to develop individual style or voice.
0 Non-Credit

XSP9000A Conversational Skills
Introduces participants to the "conversational skills" model of communication through instruction, practice, and peer feedback.
1.8 CEU

XSPN0552A Spanish Beg 1
Concentrates on the learning of practical Spanish vocabulary with a minimum emphasis on grammar. Introduces Latino cultures.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0552B Spanish, Beginning 1
Concentrates on elementary conversation, practical Spanish vocabulary, basic grammar, limited reading and writing, and using the present tense with an emphasis on correct pronunciation. Includes introduction to Latino cultures.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0552D Survival Spanish Beg
Continues Spanish, Beginning 1. Concentrates on further development of basic conversation, vocabulary, grammar, reading and writing skills, and using present and past verb tenses with an emphasis on correct pronunciation. Includes continued introduction to Latino cultures. Prerequisite: XSPN0552B Spanish, Beginning 1 or equivalent.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0552E Spanish Beg 2
Concentrates on elementary conversation, practical Spanish vocabulary, basic grammar, limited reading and writing, and using the present tense with an emphasis on correct pronunciation. Includes introduction to Latino cultures.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0552G Spanish Beg 3
Concentrates on elementary conversation, practical Spanish vocabulary, basic grammar, limited reading and writing, and using the present tense with an emphasis on correct pronunciation. Includes introduction to Latino cultures.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0552H Spanish, Beginning 2
Continues Spanish, Beginning 1. Concentrates on further development of basic conversation, vocabulary, grammar, reading and writing skills, and using present and past verb tenses with an emphasis on correct pronunciation. Includes continued introduction to Latino cultures. Prerequisite: XSPN0552B Spanish, Beginning 1; or equivalent
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0552L Spanish, Intermediate
Continues Spanish, Beginning 2. Concentrates on further development of vocabulary and grammar skills, and emphasizes pronunciation and conversational flow of sentences and phrases using present, past, imperfect, future, conditional and present subjunctive verb tenses. Includes study of Latino cultures through class readings. Prerequisite: XSPN0552H Spanish, Beginning 2 or equivalent.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0552T Spanish, Advanced
Continues Spanish, Intermediate. Concentrates on further development in all skill areas, and emphasizes difficult grammar concepts, practice of conversations, and questions/answers using present, past, imperfect, future, conditional, and present subjunctive and past subjunctive verb tenses. Includes continued study of Latino cultures through class readings and discussion. Prerequisite: XSPN0552L Spanish, Intermediate or equivalent.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0552W Spanish/Conversation
Introduces basic Spanish with conversation as the emphasis. Covers how to use basic greetings, phrase a question, and answer simple questions. Introduces colors, days of week, month names, basic food names, restaurant orders and how to tell time. Includes oral presentations with occasional PowerPoint presentation s and visits from native speakers to inspire conversation and questions.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0552Y Spanish Workshop Int
Explores the customs and traditions of Latin America and learn about the history and development of Latin America. Guest speakers and videos will enrich the learning experience and increase sensitivity to the misunderstandings between different cultures.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0552Z Spanish Workshop Adv
Examines the history and culture of Spanish speaking countries of Latin America from their early history to the present. Historical events will be presented in chronological order. Achievements in literature and the arts will be discussed for each period of development. Covers contemporary history of all the major events that have shaken the continent in the struggle for development, including the Mexican and Cuban revolutions and the Central American conflicts.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0553A Espanol Rapido
Covers introductions, numbers, colors, foods, parts of the body, small talk, present tense, simple ways to express past and future, carry on a simple conversation.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0553B ETG Speed Spanish
Focuses on six methods of grouping Spanish words into sentences. Covers an elementary level of conversational Spanish.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0553C ETG Speed Spanish 2
Continues instruction in conversational Spanish, pronunciation, sentence construction and speed.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0553F Espanol Rapido Seminar
Focuses on understanding and speaking Spanish for daily life, educational or professional needs. The course applies the latest brain research in order to make use of all learning modalities and maximize student retention.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0553G Spanish Beg 1
Concentrates on elementary conversation, practical Spanish vocabulary, basic grammar, limited reading and writing, and using the present tense with an emphasis on correct pronunciation. Includes introduction to Latino cultures.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0553H Spanish Beg 2
Continues from Spanish, Beginning 1. Concentrates on further development of basic conversation, vocabulary, grammar, reading and writing skills, and using present and past verb tenses with an emphasis on correct pronunciation. Includes introduction to Latino cultures. Prerequisite: XSPN0553G Spanish, Beginning 1; or equivalent.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0553J Spanish Int 1
Continues from Spanish, Beginning 2. Concentrates on further development of vocabulary and grammar skills, and emphasizes oral practice and conversation using present and past verb tenses. Includes introduction to Latino cultures. Prerequisite: XSPN0553H Spanish, Beginning 2 or equivalent.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0553K Spanish Int 2
Continues from Spanish, Intermediate 1. Concentrates on further development of vocabulary and grammar skills, and emphasizes pronunciation and conversational flow of sentences and phrases using present, past, imperfect, future, conditional and present subjunctive verb tenses. Includes study of Latino cultures through class readings. Prerequisite: XSPN0553J Spanish, Intermediate 1 or equivalent.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0553L Spanish Adv
Continues from Spanish, Intermediate 2. Concentrates on further development in all skill areas, and emphasizes difficult grammar concepts, practice of conversations, and questions/answers using present, past, imperfect, future, conditional and present subjunctive and past subjunctive verb tenses. Includes study of Latino cultures through class readings and discussion. Prerequisite: XSPN0553K Spanish, Intermediate 2 or equivalent.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0553M Spanish for Travelers
Improves oral Spanish communication skills, emphasizing survival words essential to travel. Class fee $35. Sp
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0553N Spanish for Travelers
Introduces pronunciation of Spanish and basic vocabulary essential for travel.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0553P ETG Speed Spanish 3
Internet access, e-mail, the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web Browser, Adobe Flash and PDF plug-ins, and a computer equipped with working speakers or headphones.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0601A Spanish, Beg. 3
Continues from Spanish, Beginning 2. Concentrates on further development of basic conversation, vocabulary, grammar, reading and writing skills, and using present and past verb tenses with an emphasis on correct pronunciation. Adds more specific learning objectives to object pronouns. Includes introduction to Latino cultures. Prerequisite: Spanish, Beginning 2; or equivalent.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN0601B Spanish Med Interpreter Primer
Introduces the difference between being bilingual and being an interpreter. Examines opportunities for spanish medical interpreters, and covers basic training requirements.
0 Non-Credit

XSPN9000A Beg Spanish/Agency Empl Lev 1
Introduces the Spanish language (including listening, speaking, reading and writing) and Hispanic culture (including geography, customs, daily life, heritage and literature), facilitated by the study of vocabulary, grammar, short readings and guided conversation. Emphasizes business and government vocabulary. Instructor and students use Spanish as the primary language of this class.
2 CEU

XSPN9000B Beg Spanish/Agency Empl Lev 2
Continues introduction to the Spanish language (including listening, speaking, reading and writing) and Hispanic culture (including geography, customs, daily life, heritage and literature), facilitated by the study of vocabulary, grammar, short readings and guided conversation. Emphasizes business and government vocabulary. Instructor and students use Spanish as the primary language of this class.
2 CEU

XSPN9000C Beg Spanish/Agency Empl Lev 3
Presents further introduction to the Spanish language (including listening, speaking, reading and writing) and Hispanic culture (including geography, customs, daily life, heritage and literature), facilitated by the study of vocabulary, grammar, short readings and guided conversation. Emphasizes business and government vocabulary. Instructor and students use Spanish as the primary language of this class.
2 CEU

XSPN9000D Beg Spanish/Agency Empl Lev 4
Offers continued introduction to the Spanish language (including listening, speaking, reading and writing) and Hispanic culture (including geography, customs, daily life, heritage and literature), facilitated by the study of vocabulary, grammar, short readings and guided conversation. Emphasizes business and government vocabulary. Instructor and students use Spanish as the primary language of this class.
2 CEU

XSPN9000E Beg Spanish/Agency Empl Lev 5
Presents continued introduction to the Spanish language (including listening, speaking, reading and writing) and Hispanic culture (including geography, customs, daily life, heritage and literature), facilitated by the study of vocabulary, grammar, short readings and guided conversation. Emphasizes business and government vocabulary. Instructor and students use Spanish as the primary language of this class.
2 CEU

XSPN9000F Beg Spanish/Agency Empl Lev 6
Offers further continued introduction to the Spanish language (including listening, speaking, reading and writing) and Hispanic culture (including geography, customs, daily life, heritage and literature), facilitated by the study of vocabulary, grammar, short readings and guided conversation. Emphasizes business and government vocabulary. Instructor and students use Spanish as the primary language of this class.
2 CEU

XSPN9000G Workplace Spanish
Provides non-Spanish speaking professionals with functional skills in Spanish. Utilizes phonetic encoding to address the most important Spanish commands, questions and phrases critical to professional work. No prior knowledge of Spanish is necessary.
.8 CEU

XSPN9000H Workplace Spanish
Provides non-Spanish speaking professionals with functional skills in Spanish. Utilizes phonetic encoding to address the most important Spanish commands, questions and phrases critical to professional work. No prior knowledge of Spanish is necessary.
1.2 CEU

XSPN9000J Workplace Spanish
Provides non-Spanish speaking professionals with functional skills in Spanish. Utilizes phonetic encoding to address the most important Spanish commands, questions and phrases critical to professional work. No prior knowledge of Spanish is necessary. Offered as needed
1.7 CEU

XSPN9000K Workplace Spanish
Provides non-Spanish speaking professionals with functional skills in Spanish. Utilizes phonetic encoding to address the most important Spanish commands, questions and phrases critical to professional work. No prior knowledge of Spanish is necessary.
2 CEU

XSPN9000L Workplace Spanish
Provides non-Spanish speaking professionals with functional skills in Spanish. Utilizes phonetic encoding to address the most important Spanish commands, questions and phrases critical to professional work. No prior knowledge of Spanish is necessary.
2.4 CEU

XSPN9000M Workplace Spanish
Provides non-Spanish speaking professionals with functional skills in Spanish. Utilizes phonetic encoding to address the most important Spanish commands, questions and phrases critical to professional work. No prior knowledge of Spanish is necessary. Su
2.7 CEU

XSPN9000N Workplace Spanish
Provides non-Spanish speaking professionals with functional skills in Spanish. Utilizes phonetic encoding to address the most important Spanish commands, questions and phrases critical to professional work. No prior knowledge of Spanish is necessary.
.6 CEU

XSPN9000P Workplace Spanish
Provides non-Spanish speaking professionals with functional skills in Spanish. Utilizes phonetic encoding to address the most important Spanish commands, questions and phrases critical to professional work. No prior knowledge of Spanish is necessary.
1.5 CEU

XSPN9000Q Workplace Spanish
Provides non-Spanish speaking professionals with functional skills in Spanish. Utilizes phonetic encoding to address the most important Spanish commands, questions and phrases critical to professional work. No prior knowledge of Spanish is necessary.
1.8 CEU

XSPN9000R Workplace Spanish
Provides non-Spanish speaking professionals with functional skills in Spanish. Utilizes phonetic encoding to address the most important Spanish commands, questions and phrases critical to professional work. No prior knowledge of Spanish is necessary.
1 CEU

XSPN9000S Spanish Medical Terminology
Introduces the role of the Spanish medical interpreter and effective communication with patients. Covers medical and dental terms.
2 CEU

XSPN9000T Int Workplace Spanish
Provides non-Spanish speaking professionals with functional skills in Spanish. Utilizes increased vocabulary recall and requires memorization of longer and more complex phrases pertaining to the workplace. Prerequisite: XSPN9000J, Workplace Spanish. Offered as needed
1.7 CEU

XSSC9000C Preventing Sexual Harassment
Explains sexual harassment behaviors and their consequences in an academic setting.
.15 CEU

XSSC9000D Sustainability at Work
Provides an overview of sustainability and its benefits. Includes what companies and educational institutions are currently doing. Provides practical ways to implement sustainability in the workplace.
.15 CEU

XSSC9000E Sustainability at Home
Provides an overview of sustainability as well as benefits and common myths. Presents practical ways to implement sustainability at home and in daily life.
.15 CEU

XSSP0001F Learning Lab Testing
Designed to provide make-up and adapted examination alternatives for students enrolled in Learning Assistance/Skills Development courses.
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0001G Work Keys Reading Assessment
Assesses skills in reading for information to understand work-related instructions and policies. Uses ACT’s Work Keys system and the KeyTrain curriculum to measure and improve individual performance in any one of eight skill areas.
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0001H Locating Information Asmt
Assesses skills to locate information involving one or more related graphics, such as tables, graphs, and diagrams; to locate, insert, compare, and summarize information. Uses ACT’s Work Keys system and the KeyTrain curriculum to measure and improve individual performance in any one of eight skill areas.
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0001M Observation Assessment
Assesses observation skills related to paying attention to instructions and demonstrations, and noticing details. Uses ACT’s Work Keys system and the KeyTrain curriculum to measure and improve individual performance in any one of eight skill areas.
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0001N WK Math Assessment
Assesses skills in applied mathematics where reasoning and problem-solving techniques are applied to work-related problems. Uses ACT’s Work Keys system and the KeyTrain curriculum to measure and improve individual performance in any one of eight skill areas.
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0001P WK Listen Assessment
Assesses skills in listening to work-related messages and accurately recording the information heard. Scoring is based on the examinee’s written responses. Uses ACT’s Work Keys system and the KeyTrain curriculum to measure and improve individual performance in any one of eight skill areas.
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0001Q WK Writing Assessment
Assesses skills in grammar, punctuation and spelling, organization, and style. Uses ACT’s Work Keys system and the KeyTrain curriculum to measure and improve individual performance in any one of eight skill areas.
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0001R WK Teamwork Assessment
Assesses skills in providing support to the team and contributing to work performance. Uses ACT’s Work Keys system and the KeyTrain curriculum to measure and improve individual performance in any one of eight skill areas.
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0001S WK Technology Assessment
Assesses the skills of applying principles of technology to practical situations. Covers the basic principles of mechanics, equipment, and mechanical systems found in the workplace, oriented toward reasoning rather than mathematics, and the emphasis on problem solving and troubleshooting. Uses ACT’s Work Keys system and the KeyTrain curriculum to measure and improve individual performance in any one of eight skill areas.
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0001T Studying Math Workshop
Introduces strategies for studying math and taking math tests. F, W, Sp, Su
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0001U Managing Test Anxiety Wkshp
Introduces a variety of strategies that help college students handle test anxiety before and during tests. F, W, Sp, Su
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0001V Improving Test Scores Wkshp
Introduces test preparation and test-taking strategies for college students. F, W, Sp, Su
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0001W Avoid Procrastination Workshop
Introduces strategies to help college students avoid procrastination. F, W, Sp, Su
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0001X Use Memory Strategies Workshop
Introduces a variety of memory strategies to assist college students. F, W, Sp, Su
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0001Y Taking Better Notes Workshop
Introduces note-taking formats and strategies for college students. F, W, Sp, Su
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0001Z Managing Time Workshop
Introduces key time-management strategies for college students. F, W, Sp, Su
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0002A Preparing for Essay Tests
Introduces a variety of strategies that help college students study for and take essay tests. F, W, Sp, Su
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0633D Assisted Computer Lab
Assisted computer lab.
0 Non-Credit

XSSP0633K Tutoring/Dev Ed
Provides study skills assistance for students. Prerequisite: Referral by staff or self-referral.
0 Non-Credit

XSSP9000A Cognitive Style Map
Analyzes individual learning and decision-making styles in the areas of information acquisition, problem-solving environments, and thinking styles.
1.2 CEU

XST0001A OST Orientation
Provides information on use of work-based training for college credit. Covers tools to use in determining a career goal including labor market research, and job search resources. Identifies funding resources available to cover tuition and fees. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XST9000A Independent Living
Presents a self-paced, non-credit course to assist individuals who are currently unable to participate in a full-time Occupational Skills Program due to a disability. Explores community resources, volunteer activities, adaptive equipment and targeted training that supports the ability to function independently in the family and the community without the assistance of others, or a reduced level of assistance from others. Covers analysis and selection of the newest technologies for establishing communications, transportation, movement, and learning. Course may be repeated two times for evaluation to determine reasonable feasibility for vocational rehabilitation. This course is available statewide through a network of counselors from private rehabilitation organizations (PROs) who are under contract with Chemeketa Community College to provide such services.
3 CEU

XST9000B Independent Living
Presents a self-paced, non-credit course to assist individuals who are currently unable to participate in a full-time Occupational Skills Program due to a disability. Explores community resources, volunteer activities, adaptive equipment and targeted training that supports the ability to function independently in the family and the community without the assistance of others, or a reduced level of assistance from others. Covers analysis and selection of the newest technologies for establishing communications, transportation, movement, and learning. Course may be repeated two times for evaluation to determine reasonable feasibility for vocational rehabilitation. This course is available statewide through a network of counselors from private rehabilitation organizations (PROs) who are under contract with Chemeketa Community College to provide such services.
6 CEU

XST9000C Independent Living
Presents a self-paced, non-credit course to assist individuals who are currently unable to participate in a full-time Occupational Skills Program due to a disability. Explores community resources, volunteer activities, adaptive equipment and targeted training that supports the ability to function independently in the family and the community without the assistance of others, or a reduced level of assistance from others. Covers analysis and selection of the newest technologies for establishing communications, transportation, movement, and learning. Course may be repeated two times for evaluation to determine reasonable feasibility for vocational rehabilitation. This course is available statewide through a network of counselors from private rehabilitation organizations (PROs) who are under contract with Chemeketa Community College to provide such services.
9 CEU

XST9000D Skills Training
Offers an individualized On-the-Job Evaluation (OJE) Service to address the need for short-term training in any vocational area for which the trainee is appropriately suited. Focuses on injured workers, VRD clients, or disabled veterans who are eligible for vocational services. Participants normally work 30-40 hours a week at an approved site in the community. Provides training and evaluation services for students who need a work-based site evaluation to clarify vocational skills and to assess capabilities and potential for a designated occupation or training area. Covers exploring labor markets, completing surveys, and/or evaluating job sites for the purpose of potential training. Progress will be monitored weekly through attendance and work habits/attitudes documentation. Prerequisite: None; however, development of an appropriate evaluation site and plan by a private rehabilitation counselor, State VRD counselor, or Veteran counselor is required.
20 CEU

XST9000E Skills Training
Offers an individualized On-the-Job Evaluation (OJE) Service to address the need for short-term training in any vocational area for which the trainee is appropriately suited. Focuses on injured workers, VRD clients, or disabled veterans who are eligible for vocational services. Participants normally work 30-40 hours a week at an approved site in the community. Provides training and evaluation services for students who need a work-based site evaluation to clarify vocational skills and to assess capabilities and potential for a designated occupation or training area. Covers exploring labor markets, completing surveys, and/or evaluating job sites for the purpose of potential training. Progress will be monitored weekly through attendance and work habits/attitudes documentation. Prerequisite: None; however, development of an appropriate evaluation site and plan by a private rehabilitation counselor, State VRD counselor, or Veteran counselor is required.
8 CEU

XST9000H OWA Occupational Work Asmt
Assists the client to develop and evaluate appropriate employment goals or establish evaluation and training sites to ascertain the appropriateness of employment goals. Available statewide for each referred client through a network of Private Rehabilitation Counselors (PRC), who are under contract with Chemeketa Community College to provide these courses. Ensures the student is put into a work-site based "On-the-Job Evaluation" course, the PRC will maintain contact throughout the evaluation period to provide appropriate documentation and reports as specified by the referring agency, as part of the assessment.
2.4 CEU

XST9000J OWA Occupational Work Asmt
Assists the client to develop and evaluate appropriate employment goals or establish evaluation and training sites to ascertain the appropriateness of employment goals. Available statewide for each referred client through a network of Private Rehabilitation Counselors (PRC), who are under contract with Chemeketa Community College to provide these courses. Ensures the student is put into a work-site based "On-the-Job Evaluation" course, the PRC will maintain contact throughout the evaluation period to provide appropriate documentation and reports as specified by the referring agency, as part of the assessment.
3.6 CEU

XTA0001H Plays & Rehearsals
Theater Arts (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XTA0001J Acting Fundamentals
Theater Arts (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XTA0523B Acting Production Wkshp: Yr 1
Introduces the study of rehearsal and performance techniques, including blocking, memorization, character development, and public performance.
0 Non-Credit

XTA0523C Acting Production Wkshp: Yr 2
Continues the study of rehearsal and performance techniques, including blocking, memorization, character development, and public performance.
0 Non-Credit

XTA9000A Creative Classroom Dramatics
Theater Arts (non-cr)
1.2 CEU

XTR0001G Travel Farther, Spend Less
Presents hints for traveling economically to Europe and U.S. cities. Explores online and other resources that save money on airfares, hotels and lodging, food and trains. Covers how to get the most out of the travel experience by experiencing the cultures up close.
0 Non-Credit

XVC0001A Computer Graphics Camp
Introduces young adults to the concepts and skills involved in creating computer graphics.
0 Non-Credit

XVC0001B Summer Graphics Camp
Introduces graphic arts and the Visual Communications program. Introduces the technical skills to create,and the aesthetic skills to evaluate, visual projects.
0 Non-Credit

XVC0001C Making the Digital Connection
Visual Communications (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XVC0524A Careers: Film/Video Production
Visual Communications (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XVC0524B Digital Media Production
Introduces the creation of digital video and audio projects. Covers work with hardware and editing software . Includes digital production and editing techniques. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability to work with computers. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XVC9600A Computer Photos
Visual Communications (non-cr)
.65 CEU

XVC9600D Professional-Looking Documents
Provides an overview of basic design and typography concepts and their application to creating documents in an educational setting.
.15 CEU

XVLP0001A Literacy Orientation
Interviews and assesses the prospective student regarding basic skills, goals and needs. Formulates a realistic plan of action to meet personal and educational goals. Prerequisite: consent of Literacy Volunteer program staff
0 Non-Credit

XVLP0500A ABS Volunteer 1
Provides tutoring in the developmental skills of reading, writing, and math as needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Prerequisites: Completion of Literacy Orientation (XVLP 0001A) and completion of pre-program assessments
0 Non-Credit

XVLP0500B ABS Volunteer 2
Offers tutoring in the developmental skills of reading, writing, and math as needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Prerequisites: Completion of Literacy Orientation (XVLP 0001A) and completion of pre-program assessments
0 Non-Credit

XVLP0500C ABS Volunteer 3
Provides tutoring in the developmental skills of reading, writing, and math as needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Prerequisites: Completion of Literacy Orientation (XVLP 0001A) and completion of pre-program assessments
0 Non-Credit

XVLP0500D ABS Volunteer 4
Provides tutoring in the developmental skills of reading, writing, and math as needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Prerequisites: Completion of Literacy Orientation (XVLP 0001A) and completion of pre-program assessments
0 Non-Credit

XVLP0500E ABS Volunteer 5
Provides tutoring in the developmental skills of reading, writing, and math as needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Prerequisites: Completion of Literacy Orientation (XVLP 0001A) and completion of pre-program assessments
0 Non-Credit

XVLP0516A ESL Volunteer 1
Offers tutoring in the developmental skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Prerequisite: Completion of Literacy Orientation (XVLP 0001A) and completion of pre-program assessments.
0 Non-Credit

XVLP0516B ESL Volunteer 2
Offers tutoring in the developmental skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Prerequisites: Completion of Literacy Orientation (XVLP 0001A) and completion of pre-program assessments.
0 Non-Credit

XVLP0516C ESL Volunteer 3
Provides tutoring in the developmental skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Prerequisites: Completion of Literacy Orientation (XVLP 0001A) and completion of pre-program assessments.
0 Non-Credit

XVLP0516D ESL Volunteer 4
Provides tutoring in the developmental skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Prerequisites: Completion of Literacy Orientation (XVLP 0001A) and completion of pre-program assessments.
0 Non-Credit

XVLP0516E ESL Volunteer 5
Provides tutoring in the developmental skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing needed for everyday situations, the workplace, and the academic environment. Prerequisites: Completion of Literacy Orientation (XVLP 0001A) and completion of pre-program assessments.
0 Non-Credit

XVLP0517A Spanish ABS Volunteer 1
Provides tutoring in the developmental skills of Spanish language reading, writing and basic math skills necessary for transition to, or support of, Spanish GED and/or English as a Second Language programs. Prerequisites: Completion of Literacy Orientation (XVLP 0001A) and completion of pre-program assessments.
0 Non-Credit

XVLP0517B Spanish ABS Volunteer 2
Provides tutoring in the developmental skills of Spanish language reading, writing and basic math skills necessary for transition to or support of Spanish GED and/or English as a Second Language programs. Prerequisites: Completion of Literacy Orientation (XVLP 0001A) and completion of pre-program assessments.
0 Non-Credit

XVLP0517C Spanish ABS Volunteer 3
Offers tutoring in the developmental skills of Spanish language reading, writing and basic math skills necessary for transition to, or support of, Spanish GED and/or English as a Second Language programs. Prerequisites: Completion of Literacy Orientation (XVLP 0001A) and completion of pre-program assessments.
0 Non-Credit

XVLP0517D Spanish ABS Volunteer 4
Provides tutoring in the developmental skills of Spanish language reading, writing and basic math skills necessary for transition to, or support of, Spanish GED and/or English as a Second Language programs. Prerequisites: Completion of Literacy Orientation (XVLP 0001A) and completion of pre-program assessments.
0 Non-Credit

XVLP0517E Spanish ABS Volunteer 5
Provides tutoring in the developmental skills of Spanish language reading, writing and basic math skills necessary for transition to or support of Spanish GED and/or English as a Second Language programs. Prerequisites: Completion of Literacy Orientation (XVLP 0001A) and completion of pre-program assessments.
0 Non-Credit

XVLP9000A Tutor: Literacy Workshop
Covers principles and practices of effectively tutoring adult learners in skill areas of basic reading, writing, and English as a second language. Prerequisite: Consent of Literacy Volunteer program staff.
.8 CEU

XVLP9000B Tutor: Literacy Workshop
Volunteer Lit Prog (non-cr)
1.2 CEU

XVMW0001A Aroma & Flavor-Wine
Introduces how wines develop their aromas and tastes. Covers the subtleties and distinctions in wine and where they come from. Includes a brief introduction to the wines of Oregon.
0 Non-Credit

XVMW9800A Tractor/Farm Equipment Safety
Introduces tractor and farm equipment safety rules and operator guidelines. Emphasizes hazard recognition, pre-operation inspection, regular maintenance, vehicle stability, and highway travel. Covers maintenance and safe operation of farm equipment.
.6 CEU

XVMW9800B Winegrape Canopy & Fruit Mgt.
Introduces the growth habits of gravevines. Covers plant processes responsible for patterns of growth, yield, and fruit quality in winegrapes in the context of common viticultural practices. Surveys a variety of winegrape trellis designs and uses.
.6 CEU

XVMW9800D Winegrape Winter Pruning
Introduces the basic botany of grapevines. Covers winegrape vine pruning techniques. Emphasizes the importance of pruning decisions as related to future crop production and crop damage potential.
.6 CEU

XVMW9800E Winegrape Vine Physiology
Introduces the basic anatomy and growth habits of grapevines. Covers winegrape plant health and pest control practices.
.6 CEU

XVMW9800H Vineyard/Winery Safety & Hlth
Focuses on how to manage safety and health issues in an efficient manner that also ensures compliance with Oregon OSHA regulations specific to the vineyard and winery industries. Reviews hazards related to these operations. Emphasizes preparing a safety and health program and provides ideas for employee training and program implementation. Analyzes vineyard and winery accidents and their causes. Covers how to recognize and correct hazards found, using self audits. Includes vehicles, forklifts, seasonal workers, worker protection standard, pesticide use, sanitation, confined spaces, airborne contaminants, noise, hazard communication programs, chemical use, material storage and handling, lockout/tagout, machine guarding, stairs, ladders, housekeeping and personal protective equipment. Provides sample program and self-inspection programs and checklists.
.6 CEU

XVMW9800V French for Wine Enthusiasts
Covers practical French terms and phrases specific to wine appreciation. Includes technical vocabulary, greetings, pronunciation and basic grammar. Surveys information about the importance of French culture in winemaking and the tradition of food and wine matching in France. Prepares winery and vineyard personnel to communicate effectively with French-speaking colleagues and customers.
.8 CEU

XVMW9800W Sake Appreciation
Introduces sake appreciation. Reviews sake production. Emphasizes sake serving and tasting protocols. Identifies tastes and aromas of sake. Covers the gustatory effects of various sake and food matches. Plans a meal including sake as the primary beverage.
.6 CEU

XWLD0001A Welding Prog Orientation Yr 1
Reviews basic information, policies, and procedures related to enrollment and participation in the first year of the Welding program. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XWLD0703A Welding Careers Exploration
Welding (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWLD9050A Basic ARC Welding
Welding (non-cr)
3 CEU

XWLD9050B Advance ARC Welding
Welding (non-cr)
3 CEU

XWLD9050C Basic OXY/Acety Welding
Welding (non-cr)
3 CEU

XWLD9050E Brazing Certification
Welding (non-cr)
.3 CEU

XWLD9050F Basic MIG Welding
Welding (non-cr)
3 CEU

XWLD9050G Basic TIG Heliarc Welding
Welding (non-cr)
3 CEU

XWLD9050H Medical Gas Piping Training
Welding (non-cr)
3.2 CEU

XWLD9050K ODOT Welding Workshop
Presents a five-day, 40-hour practical workshop to ODOT service employees with supervised demonstrations and practice with the SMAW, GMAW, FCAW, GTAW, and Oxy cutting processes. Provides the opportunity to complete welder qualification tests.
4 CEU

XWLD9050L Welding Tech Workshop
Covers current trends, techniques, and/or technology to upgrade the worker's skill and knowledge. Prerequisites: Owner/operator or employee in the trade.
.8 CEU

XWLD9050M Welding Technology Workshop
Presents review of current trends, techniques, and technology to upgrade workers' skills and knowledge.
1 CEU

XWLD9050N ARC Welding, Basic
Introduces basic arc welding, including fillet welds on mild steel. Covers procedures, equipment and electrodes with shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) processes.
3 CEU

XWLD9050P Wldg Tech Wkshp & Qual Testing
Present a review of current trends, techniques, and technology to upgrade worker's skills and knowledge in welding. Prerequisite: Owner/operator or employee in the trade.
1.6 CEU

XWR0001C Write Your Life Story
Provides step-by-step instructions for writing a personal autobiography. Covers all aspects from generating ideas to completion of a manuscript. Class fee 40. W
0 Non-Credit

XWR0001D Capturing Personal Stories
Introduces a process for writing a personal or family story. Covers life prompts which are the basis for stories. Emphasizes writing and revision and includes reading and sharing writing with others.
0 Non-Credit

XWR0001E Poetry Here and Now
Explores new and recent poetry by poets living and writing in western Oregon today--all of them poets who have appeared or will appear in the Second Sundays Series of Poetry Readings at Art Gone Wild Gallery. Several poets are widely recognized, others are locally known. Includes attending two readings that occur during the time of the course. Covers writing in response to the poetry in a variety of ways, depending on the interests of the class. Possibilities include poems responding to particular poems we read and hear performed, poems in the manner of particular poets we read and hear perform their work, personal essays inspired by the content of particular poems or groups of poems, reviews of books, reviews of readings, interviews or profiles of particular poets.
0 Non-Credit

XWR0001F ETG Write Your Life Story
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0001G Creative Writing/Imaginative
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0001H ETG Write Creatively
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0001L ETG Pleasures of Poetry
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0001M Freelance Writing
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0001N Writing Your Life Story
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0001P Writing Your Life Story
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0001Q Illustrate Memories
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0001U ETG Adventures in Writing
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0001Y Basic Journaling
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0001Z Screenwriting
Covers proper structure and formatting for writing a short-form or full-length feature.
0 Non-Credit

XWR0002A Writing Poems/Life's Richness
Introduces a process for writing poetry. Encourages drawing on life experiences as a source of inspiration for writing poems. Students share their poems in class and get immediate feedback.
0 Non-Credit

XWR0002B Writing about Gardens/Nature
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0002C Memoir Writing
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0002D ETG: Creating a Sense of Place
Improves observation and interviewing skills. Provides strategies for reproducing oral histories, details, descriptions, dialogue, diction, and figurative language, as well as creating realistic characteristics for fiction and non-fiction publishing.
0 Non-Credit

XWR0002F Where Were You When
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0002G Chemeketa Writes: 4-Hr Wkshp
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0002H Chemeketa Writes: 8-Hr Wkshp
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0002J The People We Meet
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0002K Memoirs from the Kitchen
Introduces a process for writing the memoir that centers on food, flavors, and related associations. Offers prompts related to food, rituals, and celebrations to generate ideas for writing. Emphasizes writing and revision including using personal value and developing a story style. Includes reading and sharing writing with others.
0 Non-Credit

XWR0002L ETG Writing for Children
Covers the various formats of children's books and includes strategies from professional writers and editors, along with information about the changing needs and demands of the children's literature market. Prerequisite: Microsoft Word or word processing software; Internet access; e-mail capability; Netscape, Firefox, or Internet Web Browser. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XWR0512A Writing Center
Writing (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XWR0512B Writing Center On-Line
Provides instruction through online conferencing between student and faculty or teaching assistants. Offers assistance in all stages of the composition process: selecting topics, planning, drafting, revising, and editing. Supports students who need remedial instruction to meet the demands of college-level writing. Addresses issues of research, documentation, format, and use of computer technology in document design.
0 Non-Credit

XWR0512D Revising for Publication
Provides instruction in revising a text for publication in a literary journal, as well as experience in working with an editor to shape a creative vision.
0 Non-Credit

XWR0512E Script Writing for Production
Introduces the creation of scripts and story boards for digital video projects. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability to work with computers. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XWR9000A Grant Writing Workshop
Covers the topics of funding sources, matching organizations with grantors, the RFP process, research for proposals, working with partners, the elements of a proposal, writing style, and abstracts.
.4 CEU

XWR9000B Press Releases & Publicity
Covers the purpose of publicity. Presents options for getting an event publicized. Includes writing and critiquing press releases.
.3 CEU

XWR9000C ETG Writing & Publishing
Focuses on the fundamentals of writing and publishing letters, documents, and essays. Covers the basics of grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure as well as current publishing standards.
2.4 CEU

XWR9000F CWC Writing Workshop
Provides instruction through small group conferencing between student and faculty. Offers assistance in all stages of the composition process: selecting topics, planning, drafting, revising, and editing. Also supports students who need remedial instruction to meet the demands of business place or college-level writing. Additionally, addresses issues of research, documentation, format, and use of computer technology in document design.
1 CEU

XWR9000H Grant Development Workshop
Covers the topics of funding sources, matching organizations with grantors, the Request for Proposal (RFP) process, researching proposals, working with partners, the elements of a proposal, writing style, and developing case statements.
.6 CEU

XWR9000J Grant Writing Basics
Introduces guideline and procedures for finding funding sources, matching organizations with grantors, the Request for Proposal (RFP) process, researching proposals, working with partners, the elements of a proposal, grant writing style, and developing a compelling case for your cause.
1 CEU

XWR9000K ETG Writing Essentials
Provides beginning instruction in business writing.
2.4 CEU

XWR9000L Grant Writing for Industry
Provides an overview of general grant guidelines, funding sources for industry projects, problem descriptions, workplan goals, activities, evaluation, and budget. Offered as needed
1.6 CEU

XWR9000M Grammar Boot Camp for Business
Reviews sentence structure, use of punctuation, and how the writer's choices of pattern influence the reader's interpretation. F
.8 CEU