Continuing Education Classes

Basic Computer Skills for the Workplace

 

Online Computer Classes

We offer online classes every six weeks on hundreds of topic including basic computer skills, basic to advanced computer software applications, website technology, computer programming, database management, graphic and multimedia design, networking and communications, and more. To view our entire catalog of online classes, please visit www.ed2go.com/mccc.

Accounting Fundamentals 8/16 online $70
Accounting Fundamentals 9/13 online $70

Introduction to SQL 8/16 online $70
Introduction to SQL 9/13 online $70

Introduction to Microsoft Excel 8/16 online $70
Introduction to Microsoft Excel 9/13 online $70

Effective Business Writing 8/16 online $70
Effective Business Writing 9/13 online $70

Creating Web Pages 8/16 online $70
Creating Web Pages 9/13 online $70

Introduction to Photoshop CC 8/16 online $70
Introduction to Photoshop CC 9/13 online $70

A to Z Grant Writing 8/16 online $70
A to Z Grant Writing 9/13 online $70

Marketing

Marketing Your Business with Instagram 8/21 M 2-5P M Broadway
Marketing Your Business with Etsy & Pinterest 8/21 M 6-9P M Broadway
Fueling Your Business with the NC Rural Center 9/12 T 2-4P NC Rural Center
Using Photoshop for Your Small Business 9/21 TH 9A-12P Qualls
Marketing Matters: Successful Marketing for your Business 10/16 M 5:30-8P Carver
Using Photoshop for Your Small Business 10/19 TH 2-5P Qualls

Pick Your Target: Finding Your Target Marketing & Securing Customers 10/23 M 5:30-8P Carver
Marchandising 101 5:30-8P M 10/30 Carver

Finances and Taxes

Basic Qucikbooks 8/25 F 1:30-4:30P Blankenship
Business Tax Essentials with the Department of Revenue 9/5 T 9-11A NCDOR
Advanced Quickbooks 10/20 F 1:30-4:30P Blankenship
Money Talks: Understanding Finances & Cash Flow 11/6 M 5:30-8P Carver
For the Record: Bookkeeping & Record Basics 11/13 M 5:30-8P Carver
Quickbooks Solutions 11/17 F 9A-4P Blankenship
The Brass "Taxes": Taxes & Government Regulations for Small Business 11/20 M 5:30-8P Carver

human resource management

 

Starting a Business

Starting a Business: The Fundamentals 10/2 M 5:30-8P Carver
Business Plan Breakdown 10/9 M 5:30-8P Carver

Business Roundtable

 

Funeral Director CE course

This will be a full, five-hour course designed to meet the annual requirement for a one-year license term by the NC Board of Funeral Service. The topic will be determined. Please contact Andrew Gardner for more information at (910) 898-9674.

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Insurance Agent CE

These courses are designed for licensed insurance agents to meet the bi-annual 24 ICEC requirement by the NC Department of Insurance. Agents are encouraged to review the NCDOI website at www.ncdoi.com for additional information about CE requirements. A producer/agent number is required when enrolling. All courses are approved and offered under Walter Batista, provider #562268129. Please contact Andrew Gardner at (910) 898-9674, or e-mail gardnera@montgomery.edu if you need a specific class.

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Notary Public Education

NC Notary Public Commission requirements for notaries:
• Must be at least 18 years of age
• Reside legally in the US
• Reside or work in North Carolina
• Must be able to speak and write English
• Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent
• Must take seven-hour NC Notary Public Course and pass exam
Candidates will be required to verify identity by presenting a state or federal government issued photo identification document, such as an NC driver’s license or a US passport. Candidates must acquire and review the required manual, 2016 Notary Public Guidebook for North Carolina, prior
to attending class. The manual is available in the MCC General Store or directly through the NC Dept. of the Secretary of State at www.sosnc.com.
Notary Public 8/19 Sa 8:30A-4:30P $70
Notary Public 10/21 Sa 8:30A-4:30P $70
Notary Public 12/9 Sa 8:30A-4:30P $70

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Real Estate Agent

Real Estate Agent continuing education classes can be set up at any time based on the needs and schedules of local agents and brokers. Please contact the Continuing Education Department at (910) 898-9671 with regard to setting up a class.

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Effective Teacher Training

This course provides online training for individuals who wish to become substitute teachers or  teacher’s assistants in the public school system. Topics include reading lessons plans, classroom management, teacher-student and teacher-parent relations, and more. The course is self-paced and materials can be completed any time between the start and end dates. A certificate will be awarded upon successful completion. Required text: Wong, Harry K. and Rosemary T. Wong. How to Be an Effective Teacher. The First Days of School, 2009. ISBN: 978-0-9764233-1-7 (Cost $36).

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Wastewater operator

 

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Adult basic education - high school equivalency

Adult Basic Education - High School Equivalency
8/21-12/14 MTWTH 8:30A-12:30P RM 138 Free
8/21-12/14 MTWTH 6-9P RM 138 Free
8/19-12/16 SA 9A-1P RM 138 Free
8/21-12/13 MW 4-7P EMMANUEL PENTECOSTAL CHURCH IN CANDOR Free

Adult High School

Adult High School (Transcripts Required) 8/21-12/14 MTWTH 8:30A-12:30P RM TBA Free

Adult Basic Education (ABE) /Adult High School Equivalency Diploma Program

Adult Basic Education 8/21-12/15 M-F 9A-12P JESSE COLE CENTER IN BISCOE Free*
Adult Basic Education 8/21-12/15 M-F 12:30-3P JESSE COLE CENTER IN BISCOE Free*
*Students are enrolled through Monarch services to determine eligibility for these classes.

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English as a Second Language

ESL 8/21-12/14 MTH 8:30-11:30A 7TH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH IN BISCOE Free
ESL 8/22-12/14 TTH 5:30-8:30P 7TH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH IN BISCOE Free
ESL 8/22-12/13 TW 8:30-11:30A EMS BUILDING IN CANDOR Free
ESL 8/22-12/14 TWTH 12-2P EMS BUILDING IN CANDOR Free
ESL 8/21-12/13 MW 5:30-8:30P EMS BUILDING IN CANDOR Free

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National Career Readiness Certification Preparation

This is a self-paced, online program combining academic and job skills preparation. Individuals will use a comprehensive, easy-to-use, web-based program designed to help them master the skills necessary for workplace success. The course is open for one month from registration, and individuals work at their own speed (average 6 - 8 hours per week for 4 weeks). Earn a nationally recognized Career Readiness Certificate (Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Platinum levels) upon passing the certification exam. Exam dates and times are listed below. Fees are waived for individuals meeting income guidelines.

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Career Readiness Certification Exam*

*Pre-registration for the examination is required. Please register with Ashlie Martin in the Continuing Education office or call (910) 898-9671.

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 Employment Preparation

Classes in job search strategies, interview skills, resume writing, and computer skills are available to individuals seeking employment. Classes are fee-waived to individuals who are unemployed, have received layoff notification, are working and earning 200% of federal poverty guidelines, or who meet federal earned income credit thresholds. Contact the College and Career Readiness Department at (910) 898-9680 or (910) 898-9678 for information on upcoming classes.

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Nursing Assistant I & II

In order to register, all entering students are required to:
1) Show a valid driver’s license and Social Security card.
2) Show evidence of a high school diploma or equivalency, or obtain the required reading level test score. A reading test can be taken any Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. or Thursday at 9:00 a.m. in Room 149.
3) Provide a TB skin test report.

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Nursing Assistant I

This class introduces students to the skills and competencies needed for basic patient care in a health care setting. After successful completion of the course, the student can provide safe, effective, basic nursing care in a variety of health care facilities under the supervision of licensed nurses and/or other approved personnel. Students must complete clinical rotations as part of the course. Please note: Nurse Assistant Hybrid courses require online, classroom and clinical participation.

Nursing Assistant I Day 8/21-10/9 MTWTH 8A-2:30P $272.60
Nursing Assistant Evening 8/21-11/30 MWTH 5:30-10P $272.60
Nursing Assistant Weekend Hybrid 8/25-10/14 F 5-10P SA 8A-5P Clinicals Start 9/17 SU 8A-6:30P $272.60

 

Nursing Assistant II

Individuals must be listed as a Nursing Assistant I in good standing with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services in order to register for the Nursing Assistant II course. Students are taught skills in oxygen therapy, suctioning, tracheotomy care, IV fluid monitoring and discontinuation, nasogastric and gastrostomy feeding procedures, enterostomy care, urinary diversion and urinary catheterization. This course equips the students with advanced skills in providing care for the elderly and older adults. Students will complete clinical rotations as part of the program.

Nursing Assistant II 8/21-10/12 MWTH 5:30-10P Clinicals 10/16-11/16 MTWTH 5:30-10P $269.60

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Phlebotomy

This course provides theory and clinical experiences needed for the proper collection of blood and other specimens used for diagnostic testing. Emphasis is placed on ethics, legalities, medical terminology, safety and universal precautions, health care delivery systems, patient relations, anatomy and physiology, and specimen collection. Upon completion, students should be able to safely perform procedures necessary for specimen collections on patients in various health care settings and may be eligible for national certification as phlebotomy technicians. Fee includes class lab fee, tuition, and cost of drug screen & background check.

Phlebotomy Day Class
Instructor: Robin Taylor
Phlebotomy 8/7-12/21 MTTH 8:30AM-12:30PM $267.60

Phlebotomy Evening Hybrid
Instructor: Heather Poythress
Phlebotomy (Hybrid) 8/7-12/21 MTTH 5-9PM $267.60 

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CPR

 

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Income Maintenace Case Worker

 

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Medical Occupations

 

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Fitness

Dance2B Fit 9/11-11/1 MW 5:30-6:30 PM Troy Elementary Gym $35
Dance2B Fit Holiday 11/6-12/14 5:30-6:30 PM Troy Elementary Gym $35

Water Aerobics 8/7-8/30 MW 6-7 PM Biscoe Pool $25

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Multimedia Art

 

Basketmaking

Monday night basket class with Chip Badgett 9/11-10/30 M 6-9P $170.00

September 23 - Sydney's Satchel
This useful tote is woven from smoked and dyed reed and includes 20" braided leather handles. Once the tote is complete the student will create Cherokee Wheels as the finishing touch. Creating sharp corners will be stressed.
Advanced basket making with Peg Adelman 9/23 SA 9A-6P $60.00

October 21 - Powder Room Trash
This basket is woven over a plastic trash can liner.  A wooden base is attached to the bottom of the liner which is what the trash can will sit on.Triple twining and arrow weave will be taught. This trash can is the right size for a powder room.
Advanced basket making with Peg Adelman 10/21 SA 10A-4:30P $50.00

November 18 - Emma Elizabeth
This medium size basket starts with a Williamsburg oak handle. It is woven with smoked and dyed reed and seagrass as an accent. The border is an outside in Gretchen border. The student will learn lots of weaving techniques in this basket.
Advanced basket making with Peg Adelman 11/18 SA 9A-6P $60.00

December 2 - Rustic Tea Angel
This angel is made to sit on a table or fireplace mantel. She has a wooden head and her body is woven from basket reed. The angel has a halo, wings and a tea light that are attached upon completion. The kit includes 2 angles.
Advanced basket making with Peg Adelman 12/2 SA 10A-2:30P $30.00

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Pottery Production

MCC’s nationally recognized Pottery Program is known for its state-of-the-art facility, accomplished alumni, and talented staff. Now this program is being offered for the first time to students through short-term Continuing Education (non-college-credit) classes. Learn all the skills taught in the degree program from the same instructors, but take only the courses convenient for your schedule and your pocketbook! Additional topics in pottery production may be scheduled at the students’ request. Please contact Josh Floyd at (910) 898-9675 or e-mail floydw@montgomery.edu for more information.

Advanced Studio Pottery
These classes are offered individually Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday meeting once a week on the day of your choice. Instructors include Josh Floyd (Tues), Meredith Heywood (Thur), and Anne Rave-Jorgensen (Fri). They are open studio courses with demos and instruction, as students create their own projects in a guided experience. Students will also have the opportunity to help with kiln loading and firing, clay and glaze mixing. Geared toward advanced students.
Adv. Studio Pottery 8/15-12/12 TTHF 8:30A-4:30P $182

Introduction to Hand Built Pottery
This is a great class for beginners who have either very minimal experience with clay or no experience at all. Specific projects are assigned that are geared to build skills. Advanced students welcome as well as beginners. Instructor Josh Floyd. 
Intro to Hand Built Pottery 8/21-12/4 M 6-9P $127

Introductory Wheel Turning
Two nights a week in our well-equipped studio will certainly advance your skills quickly! This class is geared toward folks who have taken at least one other MCC pottery class and would like to experiment with or expand their abilities on the potter's wheel. This is a skill building class where every aspect of pottery making will be discussed from simple cylinder forms to handles and lidded jars. Advanced students welcome as well as beginners. Instructor Josh Floyd. 
Intro Wheel Turning 8/15-12/7 TTH 6-9P $182

Advanced Studio Pottery Mini-mester
This class is for the snowbirds who may be arriving in NC late in the semester, or for folks who can't commit to a full semester. Self-guided class that meets coinciding with our other advanced studio courses. Available Tuesday, Thursday or Fridays!
Adv. Studio Pottery Mini-mester 10/10-12/5 TTHF 9:30A-4P $127

Plaster Uses in the Studio with Josh Manning
This 2 day intensive workshop will cover the uses of plaster in the studio, from wedging tables and clay reclaiming slabs, to plaster throwing bats, sprig molds and multi part slip casting molds. Some materials included. A booklet on plaster mixing and home made tools will be included. 
Plaster Uses in the Studio 8/26-8/27 9A-4P $100

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Knifemaking

Open Shop Maker Space
A chance to self guide through the process of knifemaking using our facilities to create your vision in this open shop space!
Open Shop Maker Space 9/11-11/13 M 8:30A-4:30P $180.00
Open Shop Maker Space 9/11-11/13 M 5:30-9:30P $125.00

Beginner Folding Knife with Ed Vanhoy
We will cover each phase of craft and construction from knife anatomy to a finished bolstered folding knife. Participants will design the knife in such a way that they could duplicate the process at home with limited hand and machining tools. Students will walk away from this course with a complete handcrafted folding knife!
Beginner Folding Knife 8/17-8/20 8A-6P $375.00

Advanced Fixed Blade with Ed Vanhoy
The student will learn advanced techniques on designing and properly laying out the grinding and drilling lines, as well as the handle/scales. Instruction will start from basic grind preparation and end with the student having a finished knife. Students will have the opportunity to do more than one blade if he/she chooses to do so, if the time allows.
Advanced Fixed Blade 9/21-9/24 8A-6P $375.00

Axe Forging with Liam Hoffman
Join Liam Hoffman, one of History Channel’s 2016 Forged in Fire champions, in a 3-day axe making class! You will learn to forge an axe from a solid block of steel, grind it, and craft a wooden handle from scratch. Liam will demonstrate forging axes using leader and strikertechniques with a sledge hammer. Due to a change in Liams schedule we have moved the date of his workshop up to October. Some printed media may state November 2/3/4th, but the new correct date is October 5/6/7th. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Axe Forging 10/5-10/7 8A-6P $375.00

Forging an Integral Fighter Knife with Theo Nazz
In this Brut De Forge integral Bowie class, students will learn the process Theo, a 2017 Forged in Fire Champion, uses for creating some of his unique fighting knife designs with hamons. Students start by designing and planning an intricate blade with integral guard, then with hammer and fire, bring that blade to life. Students will leave the class with a forged, rough ground, and fully heat trated blade that will include a hamon. This is a forging extensive class, so expect to spend a good deal of time moving metal and make sure to eat a big breakfast!
Forging an Integral Fighter Knife 10/19-10/22 8A-6P $375.00

Basic Forging with Bill Wiggins
This is a hands-on course in which students learn proper forging, heat treating, and finishing of a knife blade. Topics covered will be steel selection, forges and forging tools, heat treating, and finishing of the forged blade.
Basic Forging 11/16-11/19 8A-6P $375.00

Christmas Gift Knife with Ed Vanhoy
Each student will start with a raw piece of metal and leather and turn it into a fully functional finished knife and leather sheath. The class will discuss the proper anatomy of the knife/sheath and the different functions of the many fixed blade designs. This is a great chance for the student to make a great handmade knife for themselves as a Christmas gift!
Christmas Gift Knife 11/30-12/3 8A-6P $375.00

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NRA Gunsmithing

Montgomery Community College is one of only four schools in the U.S. that are sanctioned by the National Rifle Association (NRA) to offer bonafide NRA Short-Term Gunsmithing clases. The classes are taught by some of the nation’s most celebrated gunsmiths from across the country and around the world. Classes offered range from highly specialized to general interest.

Suppressor 101 7/25-7/28 8A-6P $201.60
Instructor: Ronnie Beal

This class will take students through the necessary steps to build their own legal suppressor. A portion of class time will be devoted to laws and regulations regarding suppressors and other NFA items. Suppressor design theory will be explored in detail. Students will have the opportunity to build a legal suppressor. (IMPORTANT: Students must have an approved ATF Form 1 in order to be officially registered in the class.) Lathe experience is required for this class.

Basic Repair: Understanding Basic Firearms Systems 7/25-7/28 8A-6P $201.60  
Instructor: Wayne Coley

A firm grasp of the mechanics of firearms systems is a key element of gunsmithing. This course will demonstrate how this knowledge can be used to diagnose and repair firearms. Instruction will include design and function theory of firearms as it pertains to repair or modification. Trouble shooting and critical thinking will be key components of the class. Instructor will assist students in understanding how various firearms systems function and how they are likely to malfunction.


Alternative Metal Finishes 7/31-8/4 8A-6P $201.60
Instructor: Dean Batchelder

Introduces the student to the alternative methods of firearm finishes other than traditional bluing. The spray-on finishes that are covered and provided include Brownells GunKote, Teflon/Moly, and Aluma-Hyde II. Cerakote and Duracote application will be discussed. Dean will instruct in the use and preparation of Parkerizing and NitreBlue and will demonstrate both. Students are encouraged to bring a firearm or other item for spray-on refinishing. Spray-on finishes are provided in most of the colors Brownells carries, as will air brushes and other supplies.

Metal Engraving 7/31-8/11 8A-6P $256.60 FULL - Waitlisted
Instructor: Jesse Houser

This class is designed for beginning, intermediate and advanced engravers using traditional hammer and chisel, bruin, and power assist tools. Students will be exposed to a variety of current engraving tools and techniques. This ten-day class will be taught at an individual level. Students are supplied with an engraving vice and work bench, but are required to bring additional tools, supplies, and projects.

Alternate Caliber AR-10/LR308 7/31-8/4 8A-6P $201.60
Instructor: Len Fagan

This class will provide students with the skills necessary to convert the popular AR-10 or LR308 pattern rifles to a variety of suitable calibers. Popular calibers, aftermarket parts, and conversion details will be covered in detail. Students can expect to learn the steps necessary to achieve a professional rifle build from conception through final assembly and out to the range. Reamers, gauges, and other necessary tools will be provided. *A working knowledge of metal lathe use is required for this class.

Ruger Single Action Revolver 8/7-8/11 8A-6P $396.60 FULL - Waitlisted
Instructor: Hamilton Bowen

Basic tuning theory, troubleshooting, simple custom modifications, and related metal working techniques will be demonstrated and performed. This class is geared toward popular Ruger single-action revolvers. While the course is based on revolvers for field use, some alterations for other uses will be discussed as well.

Gunstock Checkering 8/7-8/11 8A-6P $201.60
Instructor: Tim Carrick

Learn layout and hand-cutting a standard point pattern stock checkering. Topics will include layout and hand-cutting of common and re-cutting existing patterns including stamped checkering. Repair of damaged checkering as well as staining and finishing of completed checkering will be examined.

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Taxidermy

BIRD TAXIDERMY I - SKINNING 8/21-9/26 MTW 9:30A-6P $200
BIRD TAXIDERMY II - MOUNTING 9/27-11/1 MTW 9:30A-6P $200
BIRD TAXIDERMY III - FINISHING 11/6-12/19 MTW 9:30A-6P $200

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Drone School

NC Public Safety Drone Academy
The N.C. Public Safety Drone Academy is designedThe N.C. Public Safety Drone Academy is designed for emergency service members or first responders, but anyone can take this basic flight class. The Academy will focus on laws and regulations for operating unmanned aerial vehicles while offering an extensive hands-on flight school.
NC Public Safety Drone Academy 8/22-12/14 TTH 6-9P $181.60*

*Fees are waived for all qualified emergency service personnel and first responders

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EMS Online

Two online course modules are scheduled each month – one in Basic Life Support for first responders and EMT-basics, and one in Advanced Life Support for EMT-intermediates and paramedics.

Date
Basic Life Support
Advanced Life Support


August 6-12


Shock


Bleeding & Shock

 

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Law Enforcement

All law enforcement officers and jailers in North Carolina receive training in subject control arrest techniques or SCAT during their basic school. There is currently no mandated inservice training requirement for SCAT after BLET. These techniques and skills are perishable if not reviewed on a regular basis. When faced with an assaultive subject it could make all the difference in the outcome of a situation. Advanced subject control techniques is an ongoing course that teaches 23 advanced techniques from Gracie Survival Tactics (GST). These advanced techniques build off of the basic SCAT that officers learned in BLET. Techniques can be practiced until officers become proficient. Recommended attire is uniform trousers, tactical pants or sweat pants, t-shirt or sweat shirt. All classes will be instructed by Pete Herron, Subject Control Arrest Techniques instructor and Gracie Survival Tactics Instructor. Fee is waived for qualified officers.

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Firefighter Training

Fire Fighter Certification Classes
Fire Fighter Certification classes are fee waived for qualified first responders.

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Electrical Technician

Analog Electronics II
This course covers additional applications of analog electronic circuits with an emphasis on analog and mixed signal integrated circuits (IC). Topics include amplification, filtering, oscillation, voltage regulation, and other analog circuits. Upon completion, students should be able to construct, analyze, verify, and troubleshoot analog electronic circuits using appropriate techniques and test equipment.
Analog Electronics II 8/22-12/14 TTH 1-4P $181.60

Blueprint Reading
This course introduces the basic principles of blueprint reading. Topics include line types, orthographic projections, dimensioning methods, and notes. Upon completion, students should be able to interpret basic blueprints and visualize the features of a part.
Blueprint Reading 8/21-12/18 MW 1-2:30P $125

DC/AC Electricity
This course introduces the fundamental concepts of, and computations related to DC/AC electricity. Emphasis is placed on DC/AC circuits, components, operation of test equipment, and other related topics. Upon completion, students should be able to construct, verify, and analyze simple DC/AC circuits.
DC/AC Electricity 8/21-12/18 MW 3-5P $181.60
DC/AC Electricity 8/21-12/18 M 6-10P $181.60

Digital Electronics
This course covers combinational and sequential logic circuits. Topics include number systems, Boolean algebra, logic families, medium scale integration (MSI) and large scale integration (LSI) circuits, analog to digital (AD) and digital to analog (DA) conversion, and other related topics. Upon completion, students should be able to construct, analyze, verify, and troubleshoot digital circuits using appropriate techniques and test equipment.
Digital Electronics 8/21-12/18 MW 1-4P $181.60

Electrical Computations
This course introduces the fundamental applications of mathematics which are used by an electrical/electronics technician. Topics include whole numbers, fractions, decimals, powers, roots, simple electrical formulas, and usage of a scientific calculator. Upon completion, students should be able to solve simple electrical mathematical problems.
Electrical Computations 8/23-12/13 W 6-10P $180

Electrical Computations 8/22-12/14 TTH 1-3P $181.60

Hydraulics/Pneumatics
This course introduces the basic components and functions of hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Topics include standard symbols, pumps, control valves, control assemblies, actuators, FRL, maintenance procedures, and switching and control devices. Upon completion, students should be able to understand the operation of a fluid power system, including design, application, and troubleshooting.
Hydraulics/Pneumatics I 8/25-12/15 F 10A-3P $181.60

Industrial Wiring
This course covers layout, planning, and installation of wiring systems in industrial facilities. Emphasis is placed on industrial wiring methods and materials. Upon completion, students should be able to install industrial systems and equipment.
Industrial Wiring 8/22-12/14 TTH 8A-12P $181.60

Mechanisms
This course introduces the purpose and action of various mechanical devices. Topics include cams, cables, gear trains, differentials, screws, belts, pulleys, shafts, levers, lubricants, and other devices. Upon completion, students should be able to analyze, maintain, and troubleshoot the components of mechanical systems.
Mechanisms 8/21-12/18 MW 10A-12P $181.60

Prog Logic Controllers
This course provides a detailed study of PLC applications, with a focus on design of industrial control circuits using the PLC. Topics include PLC components, memory organization, math instructions, programming documentation, input/output devices, and applying PLCs in the design of industrial control systems. Upon completion, students should be able to design and program a PLC system to perform a wide variety of industrial control functions.
Prog Logic Controllers 8/21-12/18 MWF 8-10A $181.60

Residential Wiring
This course introduces the care/usage of tools and materials used in residential electrical installations and the requirements of the National Electrical Code. Topics include NEC, electrical safety, and electrical print reading; planning, layout; and installation of electrical distribution equipment; lighting; overcurrent protection; conductors; branch circuits; and conduits. Upon completion, students should be able to properly install conduits, wiring, and electrical distribution equipment associated with residential electrical installations.
Residential Wiring 8/22-12/14 TTH 6-10P $181.60

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Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)

Individuals may take the HVAC program as either a college credit (curriculum) program or a noncredit (continuing education) program. Successful completers of either program are eligible to take the NATE certification exam.

Intro to AC
This course will introduce a variety of preparatory topics in the HVAC career field. Topics in this course will include Intro to Refrigeration, Refrigerant Certification, Residential System Design and or Comfort Cooling.
Intro to AC 8/21-12/18 MTWTH 8A-12P $181.60
Intro to AC 8/21-12/18 MTWTH 5-9P $181.60

Residential System Design
This course introduces the principles and concepts of conventional residential heating and cooling system design. Topics include heating and cooling load estimating, basic psychrometrics, equipment selection, duct system selection, and system design. Upon completion, students should be able to design a basic residential heating and cooling system.
Residential System Design 8/24-12/14 TH 12:30-4:30P $181.60

HVAC Electricity
This course introduces electricity as it applies to HVACR equipment. Emphasis is placed on power sources, interaction of electrical components, wiring of simple circuits, and the use of electrical test equipment. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate good wiring practices and the ability to read simple wiring diagrams.
HVAC Electricity 8/22-12/12 T 12:30-4:30P $181.60

 

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Welding

Welding
This course provides instruction on the principles and practices of welding. Emphasis is on the blueprint reading, metallurgy, welding inspection, and destructive and non-destructive testing. Course content will be specific to a particular welding process such as SMAW (stick), GMAW (MIG), and GTAW (TIG). Upon completion, students will have the knowledge base to sit for various industry-specific certifications.
Welding AM 8/21-12/12 MT 7A-5:30P $201.60
Welding PM 8/21-12/13 MTW 6-10P $201.60
Welding Afternoon 8/21-12/12 MT 1-5:30P $201.60

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Advanced Manufacturing

Industrial Maintenance Technician
This course will introduce a variety of preparatory topics in the industrial sector with a specialization in maintenance. Topics in this course include Blueprint reading, Workplace Safety, and Industrial Wiring. Sign up for this program and get three classes for the price of one.
Industrial Maintenance Technician 8/21-12/18 MW 1-2:30P $181.60
Industrial Maintenance Technician 8/22-12/12 T 5-6P $181.60
Industrial Maintenance Technician 8/22-12/14 TTH 8A-12P $181.60

Mechanical Specialist
This course will introduce a variety of preparatory topics in the industrial sector with a specialization in mechanical concepts. Topics in this course include Program Logic Controllers, Hydraulic/Pnumatics, Blueprint Reading, and Mechanisms. Sign up for this program and get four classes for the price of one.
Mechanical Specialist 8/21-12/18 MWF 8-10A $181.60
Mechanical Specialist 8/25-12/15 F 10A-3P $181.60
Mechanical Specialist 8/21-12/18 MW 1-2:30 $181.60
Mechanical Specialist 8/21-12/18 MW 10A-12P $181.60

Electrical Specialist
This course will introduce a variety of preparatory topics in the industrial sector with a specialization in electrical concepts. Topics in this course include DC/AC Electricity, Industrial Wiring, HVAC Electricity. Sign up for this program and get three classes for the price of one.
Electrical Specialist 8/21-12/18 MW 3-5P $181.60
Electrical Specialist 8/22-12/14 TTH 8A-12P $181.60
Electrical Specialist 8/22-12/12 T 12:30-4:30P $181.60

Facility Specialist
This course will introduce a variety of preparatory topics in the Facility Management career field. Topics in this course include Introduction to Air Condition and Residential Wiring. Sign up for this program and get two classes for the price of one.
Facility Specialist 8/22-12/14 TTH 6-10P $181.60
Facility Specialist 8/21-12/18 MTWTH 8A-12P $181.60

Workplace Safety
This course introduces the basic concepts of workplace safety. Topics include fire, ladders, lifting, lock-out/tag-out, personal protective devices, and other workplace safety issues related to OSHA compliance. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the components of a safe workplace.
Workplace Safety 8/22-12/12 T 5-6P $71.60

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Automotive Mechanics

Montgomery Community College is partnering with Montgomery County Schools to offer auto mechanic training. MCC will host classes at East Montgomery High School. This course will prepare individuals for an entry level position as automotive service technicians. Contact Andrew Gardner at (910) 898-9674 or email gardnera@montgomery.edu for more information about dates, times, and cost.

Small Engine Repair
Students will gain skills needed to diagnose and repair 2 and 4 cycle engines such as those found in lawn mowers, weed eaters, chain saws, and leaf blowers.
Small Engine Repair 8/21-12/14 Th 8:30A-4P $181.60

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