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COLLEGE TRANSITIONS FOR CAREERS
     
M. Stansberry, Program Coordinator
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College Transitions for Careers
Courses designed for students needing to enhance their literacy skills and prepare them for the workplace..

COURSE & SECTION  #

DAY

DATE

TIME

HOURS

ROOM

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

COMG 1003 51200
OCCUPATIONAL READING FOR CAREERS l

MWF

09/07-12/09

11:15a - 12:15p.

48

TBA

$60

Villa, C.

The purpose of this course is to assist adults in obtaining the knowledge and skills necessary for employment, advanced education, self-sufficiency and community involvement. Reading & Writing skills associated with deciphering texts, decoding and reading to comprehend. Reading like a writer and writing like a reader, students expand their vocabulary, identify main points, and locate supporting details in what they read and write. Students will demonstrate reading, writing and editing skills for technical writing skills required by business and industry associated in the typical workplace will be taught, refreshed and practiced. This course utilizes the ACT KeyTrain system (self-paced, web-based) to improve workplace skills in the area of reading and writing, teamwork, work habits, business etiquette, workplace effectiveness, communication skills and job search. Students who score on Levels 3-5 on TABE Assessment or TSI Reading (325 and below) are eligible to register for this course. This course is eligible for Financial Aid (TPEG).

COURSE & SECTION  #

DAY

DATE

TIME

HOURS

ROOM

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

COMG 1015 51200
OCCUPATIONAL READING FOR CAREERS
ll

MWF

09/07-12/09

11:15a - 12:15p

48

TBA

$60

Villa, C.

The purpose of this course is to assist adults in obtaining the knowledge and skills necessary for employment, advanced education, self-sufficiency and community involvement. Reading & Writing skills associated with deciphering texts, decoding and reading to comprehend. Reading like a writer and writing like a reader, students expand their vocabulary, identify main points, and locate supporting details in what they read and write. Students will demonstrate reading, writing and editing skills for technical writing skills required by business and industry associated in the typical workplace will be taught, refreshed and practiced. This course utilizes the ACT KeyTrain system (self-paced, web-based) to improve workplace skills in the area of reading and writing, teamwork, work habits, business etiquette, workplace effectiveness, communication skills and job search. Students who score on Levels 3-5 on TABE Assessment or TSI Writing (335-323) are eligible to register for this course. This course is eligible for Financial Aid (TPEG)

COURSE & SECTION  #

DAY

DATE

TIME

HOURS

ROOM

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

ETWR 1005 51200
OCCUPATIONAL WRITING FOR CAREERS l

TR

08/30-12/13

9:30a-10:50p

48

A535

$60

TBA

The purpose of this course is to assist adults in obtaining the knowledge and skills necessary for employment, advanced education, self-sufficiency and community involvement.  Writing skills associated with elements of grammar, composition, basic writing and editing skills for technical writing skills required by business and industry associated in the typical workplace will be taught, refreshed and practiced.  This course utilizes the ACT KeyTrain system (self-paced, web-based) to improve workplace skills in the area of writing, teamwork, work habits, business etiquette, workplace effectiveness, communication skills and job search.  Students who score on Levels 3-5 on TABE Assessment or TSE Writing (329-201) are eligible to register for this course.  This course is eligible for Financial Aid (TPEG).

COURSE & SECTION  #

DAY

DATE

TIME

HOURS

ROOM

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

ETWR 1043 51200
OCCUPATIONAL WRITING FOR CAREERS
ll

TR

08/30-12/13

9:30a-10:50pp

48

A541

$60

TBA

The purpose of this course is to assist adults in obtaining the knowledge and skills necessary for employment, advanced education, self-sufficiency and community involvement.  Writing skills associated with elements of grammar, composition, basic writing and editing skills for technical writing skills required by business and industry associated in the typical workplace will be taught, refreshed and practiced.   This course utilizes the ACT KEY Train system (self-paced, web based) to improve-workplace skills in the area of writing, teamwork, work habits, business etiquette, workplace, effectiveness, communication skills and job search.  Students who score on Levels 6-8 on TABE Assessment or TSI Writing (349-330) are eligble to register for this course.  This course is eligible for Financial Aid (TPEG).

COURSE & SECTION  #

DAY

DATE

TIME

HOURS

ROOM

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

TECM 1049 51200
OCCUPATIONAL MATH FOR CAREERS
l

MWF

08/29-12/14

9:00a-10:00a

48

B119

$60

Holmes, T.

TECM 1049 51200
OCCUPATIONAL MATH FOR CAREERS
l

MWF

09/02-12/14

1:00p-2:00p

48

TBA

$60

TBA

The purpose of this course is to assist adults in obtaining the knowledge and skills necessary for employment, advanced education, self-sufficiency and community involvement. Mathematic fundamentals of business including analytical and critical thinking skills required by business and industry associated in the typical workplace will be aught, refreshed and practiced. This course utilizes the ACT Key Train systems (self-paced, web-based) to improve workplace skills in the area of applied mathematics, teamwork, work habits, business, etiquette, workplace effectiveness, and communication skills and job search. Students who score on Levels 3-5 on the TABE Assessment or TSI math (335-323)) are eligible or register in this course. This course is eligible for Financial Aid (TPEG)

COURSE & SECTION  #

DAY

DATE

TIME

HOURS

ROOM

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

TECM 1091 51200

OCCUPATIONAL MATH FOR CAREERS ll        

MWF

08/29-12/14

10/10a-11:10p

48

B119

$60

Ray, D.

The purpose of this course is to assist adults in obtaining the knowledge and skills necessary for employment, advanced education, self-sufficiency and community involvement. Mathematic fundamentals of business including analytical and critical thinking skills required by business and industry associated in the typical workplace will be aught, refreshed and practiced. This course utilizes the ACT Key Train systems (self-paced, web-based) to improve workplace skills in the area of applied mathematics, teamwork, work habits, business, etiquette, workplace effectiveness, and communication skills and job search. Students who score on Levels 3-5 on the TABE Assessment or TSI math (322-201) are eligible or register in this course. This course is eligible for Financial Aid (TPEG)

COURSE & SECTION  #

DAY

DATE

TIME

HOURS

ROOM

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

DWRZ 1000 51200
College Success Prep

MTWRFS
08/29-12/15
FLEX
15
LEARNING CNTR
$25
Haug, C.

DWRZ1000 51201
College Success Prep

MTWRFS
08/29-12/15
FLEX
15
LEARNING CNTR
$25
Haug, C.
This is a noncredit course designed to prepare college students for academic classes by enhancing basic skills in reading, writing, math, and study skills. The student will be provided resources and assignments for self-directed study, and the ability to work with tutors. No textbooks required. Courses ending in Z are not eligible for Financial Aid.
 
 
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