Continuing Education Classes

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. Please call 910-898-9672 for information about upcoming funeral Director classes or to get your name on a waiting list.

 

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 call 910-898-9672 for information about upcoming Insurance Agent classes or to get your name on a waiting list.

 

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 | 9/21 | SA | 8:30 AM-4:30 PM | $70

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. Please call 910-898-9672 for information about upcoming Real Estate Agent classes or to get your name on a waiting list.

 

EFFECTIVE TEACHER TRAINING

This online course provides 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 textbook: 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).

WASTEWATER OPERATOR

Please call 910-898-9672 for information about upcoming Wastewater Operator classes or to get your name on a waiting list.

 

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FITNESS

GetFit StayFit
GetFit StayFit classes are designed for maximum calorie burn in the shortest amount of time. Get fit, get healthy, challenge your mind, challenge your body, and most importantly, have fun.
GetFit StayFit Kickboxing Beast | 8/6-10/6 | T | 6:15-7:30 PM | Star Elementary | $25
GetFit StayFit Fall Boot Camp | 8/19-10/24 | MTH | 6:15-7:30 PM | $45
GetFit StayFit StixFit | 11/11-12/23 | MTH | 6:15-7:30 PM | Page Street Elementary | $25

  BASKETMAKING

Please call 910-898-9672 for information about upcoming Basketmaking classes or to get your name on a waiting list.

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 call us at (910) 898-9675 for more information.

Beginner Wheel Throwing
This is an 8-week class for students with no experience working on the potter's wheel.
Beginner Wheel Throwing | 9/9-11/18 | M | 5:30-8:30 PM | $127

Beginner Handbuilding
Learn the basic techniques of coil and slab building pots and sculptures with guided projects. Beginners and advanced students welcome.
Beginner Handbuilding | 9/10-11/19 | T | 5:30-8:30 PM | $127

Studio Pottery
For beginners to advanced students. Build skills in this open studio class which includes wheel throwing and hand-building.
Section I: 8/20-12/3 | T | 9 AM-4 PM | $182
Section 2: 8/15-12/5 | TH | 9 AM-4 PM | $182
Section 3: 8/16-12/6 | F | 9 AM-4 PM | $182

Heritage Series

 

NRA Classes

NRA GUNSMITHING

For information about the NRA short-term gunsmithing classes please contact Alex Williams at 910-898-9744 or email williamsa4158@montgomery.edu.

SHOOTING INSTRUCTION:

Pistol Shooting Fundamentals with Gary Byerly (SS)*
Capacity: 12
This course, taught by a nationally-known IDPA and USPSA champion, will focus on the fundamental techniques necessary for fast and accurate handgun shooting. Topics will include proper grip, stance, sight alignment, and trigger control. Other topics such as drawing from a holster, performing magazine changes, and controlling recoil will be discussed at length.
Pistol Shooting Fundamentals | 7/12, or 10/11 | F | 9 AM - 6 PM | $149
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Carbine Shooting Fundamentals with Gary Byerly (SS)*
Capacity: 12
This course, taught by a nationally known IDPA and USPSA champion, will focus on the fundamental techniques necessary for fast and accurate carbine shooting. The firearms platforms that will be focused on will be AR-15, AR-10, AK-47 and AK-74 style carbines. Topics will include proper grip, stance, sight alignment, and trigger control. Other topics such as rifle manipulation, performing magazine changes, and controlling recoil will be discussed at length.
Carbine Shooting Fundamentals | 7/13, or 10/12 | SA | 9 AM - 6 PM | $149
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*(SS) Self supporting classes are non-refundable except in the case of cancellation by the college.

INTRODUCTORY LEVEL CLASSES:

 AR-15 Armorer Course with Jacob Porter (SS)*
Capacity: 16
Our AR-15 armorer course is a comprehensive course covering the assembly/disassembly, cycle of operations, nomenclature, gas system, barrel twist and length, barrel replacement, aftermarket parts and modifications, ballistic issues, brands, cleaning and maintenance, sights/optics, headspace, firing pin protrusion, along with service and repair of the AR15 platform.
AR-15 Armorer Course | 9/7-9/8 | SASU | 9 AM - 6 PM | $205
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Basic Stock Checkering with Tim Carrick
Capacity: 12
Learn layout and hand-cutting of a standard point pattern stock checkering. Topics will include layout and hand-cutting of a fleur-de-lis pattern and recutting of existing patterns including stamped checkering. Repair of damaged checkering, as well as staining and finishing of completed checkering, will be examined.
Basic Stock Checkering | 7/22-7/26 | MTWTHF | 9 AM - 6 PM | $201.60
Tool List

Basic Gunsmithing Tool Making | 7/22-7/26 | MTWTHF | 9 AM - 6 PM | $201.60

AK-47 Build with Mark Krebs (SS)*
Capacity: 12
The focus of this course is the most popular and widespread rifle in the world; The AK pattern rifle. Students will build, Modify and Accurize an AK47 rifle. Theory and common malfunctions will be expounded upon. Learn tips and tricks to build the best AK you can from one of the most prominent AK builders in America! AK parts kits will be provided with the price of the class. Students must provide an FFL to ship the receiver to and be able to pass an ATF 4473.
AK47 Build | 8/5-8/9 | MTWTHF | 9 AM - 6 PM | $1200

Ruger Single Action Revolver with Hamilton Bowen (SS)*
Capacity: 12
Basic tuning theory, troubleshooting, simple custom modifications, and related metalworking 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.
Ruger Single Action Revolver | 8/12-8/16 | TWTHFSA | 9 AM - 6 PM | $399
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Restoration of Doublegun Stocks and Forends with Steve Wesbrook
Capacity: 12
This course teaches the proper procedures to repair and refinish the wood on double-barrel shotguns. The instructor will guide the students through the complete process of disassembly of the gun into major components, removing old finish, drawing out damaging petroleum-based oils, sanding and steaming out dents and scratches, making necessary repairs, cleaning out old checking, applying a hand-rubbed stock-oil finish, and refitting the metal parts into the wood. The instructor will demonstrate the process at each step and assist the students on their individual projects. Using pictures of damaged stocks and forends, the instructor will show students the repair process for the most common problems encountered with the wood on vintage double shotguns. He will thereafter assist students in the repair of the specific problems with their guns.
Restoration of Doublegun Stocks and Forends | 8/12-8/16 | MTWTHF | 9 AM - 6 PM | $201.60
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Custom Polymer Grip Stippling with Olivia Clark
Capacity: 12
Learn how to professionally stipple polymer framed handguns. Instruction will include creating features like hard borders, undercuts, polishing, engraving and developing your own patterns. You will learn how to properly stipple by learning how to remove old texture, cutting in lines (hard borders), removing material on the trigger guard and polishing it beyond factory smooth to a mirrored finish. Everything that separates a novice stippler from a professional will be addressed in this 2-day class. Students will get to feel and see the difference between factory offerings, and custom professional quality work.
Custom Polymer Grip Stippling | 10/11-10/15 | TWTHFSA  | 9 AM - 6 PM | $201.60
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*(SS) Self supporting classes are non-refundable except in the case of cancellation by the college.

RELOADING CLASSES:

 Bullet Casting with Pat Weaver (SS)*
Capacity: 12
This course will provide an in-depth look at the processes of casting lead bullets. Selection of molds and alloys, bullet styles, safety practices, and casting procedures will be covered exhaustively. Students will learn to cast their own lead bullets in a safe, professional manner in a controlled environment.
Bullet Casting | 10/11-10/13 | FSASU | 9 AM - 6 PM | $230
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Basic Rifle Reloading with Billy Athay
Capacity: 12
The basis of this class will be to expound upon the reloading curriculum included within the Gunsmithing Program at MCC. In simple terms, this class will serve as instruction and practice in developing and perfecting a “load” catered specifically to each student’s individual rifle. The class will include a basic understanding of reloading terminology and practices, as well as the more intricate details and tooling associated with creating ammunition and perfecting a specific cartridge/projectile combination to best suit the student’s rifle.
Basic Rifle Reloading | 7/29 - 8/2 | MTWTHF | 9 AM - 6 PM | $201.60
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*(SS) Self supporting classes are non-refundable except in the case of cancellation by the college.

FIREARMS FINISHING:

 Metal Engraving with Jesse Houser
Capacity: 12
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 workbench but are required to bring additional tools, supplies, and projects.
Metal Engraving | 7/22-8/2 | MTWTHF | 9 AM - 6 PM | $256.60
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Restoration of Fluid-steel and Damascus-steel Shotgun Barrels with Steve Wesbrook
Capacity: 12
This course teaches the proper procedures to recondition barrels of side-by-side shotguns, including fluid steel and Damascus steel barrels.  Approximately half the time would be spent on metal preparation, including correct procedures for filing and sanding to base metal; raising dents; removing pits from the exterior of barrels; honing bores; and, as desired, opening chokes. The remainder of the course time would be focused on using the slow-rust-blue process to refinish fluid steel barrels, and for Damascus steel barrels the traditional process of bluing (or browning) and etching.  As time permits, the Belgian rust-blue process may also be taught.
Restoration of Fluid-steel and Demascus-steel Shotgun Barrels | 8/5-8/9 | MTWTHF | 9 AM - 6 PM | $201.60

Water Transfer Printing "Hydrographics” with Jay Byrum
Capacity: 12
This course will cover all the basics and techniques necessary to produce professional quality hydrographic coatings on firearms. Topics will include an introduction to the water transfer process, sample exercises, surface preparation. Further instruction will cover the actual dipping process, top coatings, and finishing options. Advanced techniques such as masking, touch-up, and double dipping will also be covered. Students will provide projects for coating.
Water Transfer Printing "Hydrographics” | 8/5-8/9 | MTWTHF | 9 AM - 6 PM | $201.60
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*(SS) Self supporting classes are non-refundable except in the case of cancellation by the college.

ADVANCED CLASSES I:

(Machining experience not required for these classes but a working knowledge of the subject matter is helpful.)

Rebuild: Clay Target Repair Shotgun with Laurence Pylinski (SS)*
Capacity: 12
This class will cover custom gunsmithing work commonly performed on shotguns for competition skeet, trap, and sporting clays. Topics include the rebuilding process to revitalize a Clay Target Shotgun to its former glory. Also included will be a detailed analysis of trigger, ejector, and safety systems used on over/under shotguns.
Rebuild: Clay Target Repair Shotgun | 7/8-7/12 | MTWTHF | 9 AM - 6 PM | $399
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M1A/M1 Garand Accurizing with Isaac McCaskill
Capacity: 12
This class will provide the information necessary to build a national match grade M1A or M1 Garand. Re-barreling, trigger jobs, stock bedding, as well as gas system and sight modifications will all be examined in detail.
M1A/M1 Garand Accurizing | 8/12-8/16 | MTWTHF | 9 AM - 6 PM | $201.60
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ADVANCED CLASSES II:

(Machining experience is required for the following classes.)

Factory Bolt Action Accurization with Ryan Flynn (SS)*
Capacity: 12
This course will explore procedures that can be used to improve the accuracy of factory Remington Model 700 rifles.  Students’ factory rifles will be shot to establish a basis of accuracy.  The rifles will then be subjected to a battery of accurizing techniques and re-shot to measure improvement. Topics will include setting back and re-chambering of factory barrels, action truing, crowning, bedding, scope mounting, and trigger tuning.
Lathe experience is required for this class.
Factory Bolt Action Accurization | 7/22-7/26 | MTWTHF | 9 AM - 6 PM | $399
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Remington 700 Precision Barreling with Len Fagan (SS)*
Capacity: 9
Learn how to build a precision Remington 700 (or 700 clone) barreled action. Receiver truing, bolt truing, barrel chambering, barrel fitting, and muzzle crowning will be fully covered. The student will chamber their match barrel utilizing the “through the lathe headstock” method. Upon completion, their barreled action will be shot for accuracy. Loaner chassis will be available.
Working knowledge of the metal lathe and mill are required.
Remington 700 Precision Barreling | 7/29-8/2 | MTWTHF | 9 AM - 6 PM | $499 
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Alternate Caliber AR Large Chassis with Len Fagan (SS)*
Capacity: 10
This course details large chassis AR-10/LR-308 rifle alternate caliber conversions such as .243, 6.5 Creedmoor and .358 Winchester. Precision barrel chambering, proper assembly and gas tuning will be fully covered. Upon completion, the student will have fully machined their barrel and assembled a functioning rifle that has been range tested.
Working knowledge of the metal lathe and mill are required.
Alternate Caliber AR Large Chassis | 8/5-8/9 | MTWTHF | 9 AM - 6 PM | $449 
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Custom 1911 Pistol Build Class with Tim Davis (SS)*
Capacity: 12
In this 10-day class, students will be guided through the entire process of building their own precision 1911 type pistol. Students will receive instruction in techniques, procedures, proper use of tools/jigs and theory required to build an exceptionally reliable and accurate 1911 pistol.  They will then apply these methods, under supervision, to build their pistol. Class lectures will cover troubling shooting and in-depth discussions on the function and the why of specific methods and modifications of the 1911 pistol.  At the end of the course, each student will have built and test fired their 1911 pistol and will have been provided various informational papers and a build checklist.  Students will be required to purchase a “kit” provided by the instructor.  This kit will provide all the parts required, less sights and grips, in order to keep the class instruction standardize and to prevent excessive time spent fixing and modifying substandard parts.  The parts in the kit will be sourced from several quality manufacturers and will include a Nighthawk frame, slide, and Kart Precision barrel. Students will receive a letter which details options and procedures for ordering and payment for their kit.  Out-of-state residents will be required to coordinate with an FFL in their state of residence to receive and transfer the frame to them.  The instructor will provide the kits at cost plus NC sales tax.
Custom 1911 Pistol Build | 8/5-9 & 8/12-16 | MTWTHF | 9 AM - 6 PM | $699 
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Suppressor 101 with Ronnie Beal (SS)*
Capacity: 12
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 register for this class.
Lathe experience is required.
Suppressor 101 | 10/11-10/15 | FSASUMT | 9 AM - 6 PM | $399
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*(SS) Self supporting classes are non-refundable except in the case of cancellation by the college.

TAXIDERMY

Taxidermy
Are you an active hunter or outdoorsman? Save money and begin your journey into the wild world of taxidermy. Gain the knowledge and hands-on skills needed to mount your own trophies. Classes include the business side of taxidermy if you're interested in making money with taxidermy. Instructor Andy Speer has hunted throughout the U.S. and is experienced in mounting hundreds of species. He's also been featured on Carolina All Out. See him on YouTube at Carolina All Out.
Bird Skinning | 8/19-9/24 | MTW | 9:30 AM-6 PM | $206.60
Bird Mounting | 9/25-11/5 | MTW | 9:30 AM-6 PM | $206.60
Bird Finishing | 11/6-12/16 | 9:30 AM-6 PM | $206.60

Beekeeping

Beekeeping - Beyond the Basics
Your bees made it through their first winter, now what do you do to keep them healthy? Beekeeping is full of challenges and to be successful, all beekeepers need to keep up-to-date on the latest strategies and always be honing their skills. This class is designed to meet those goals and many more. This class is not for the beginner, but for beekeepers that have had at least one-to-two years of experience keeping bees.
Beekeeping - Beyond the Basics | 9/9-10/28 | M | 6-8 PM | $40 Hive Visits | TBA | SA | 10 AM-1 PM

 

Woodworking

Please call 910-898-9672 for information about upcoming Woodworking classes or to get your name on a waiting list.

 

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DRONE SCHOOL

This course prepares individuals for small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) flight certification. Topics include flight theory, operations, and training utilizing the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Remote Pilot - Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Study Guide, the North Carolina Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operator Permit Knowledge Test Study Guide, and the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Division of Aviation UAS flight standards & best practices.  The course introduces commercial, government, and recreational drone applications and will highlight topics such as regulations, weather, airspace, human factors and sUAS performance. Upon successful completion, individuals will be prepared to sit for the FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Knowledge Test and NCDOT UAS Operator Permit. This course is taught utilizing the NC Department of Transportation Division of Aviation approved curriculum.

Drone Academy – Fall 2019/Spring 2020
TBA – This fall the NC Public Safety Drone Academy will launch their new NC Public Safety UAS Leadership Institute. Cadets will be introduced to industry leaders, attend workshops and seminars, get hands-on flight training, review laws and regulations, take part in various field trips around the state, and see first-hand how drones are being utilized throughout North Carolina. Upon completion of the institute, cadets will participate in a graduation ceremony to receive their certificates.  

ELECTRICAL & Industrial

Industrial Wiring | 8/20-12/12 | TTH | 1-5 PM | $181.60
Industrial Wiring | 8/20-12/12 | TTH | 6-10 PM | $181.60

Analog Electronics II | 8/20-12/12 | TTH | 8-11 AM | $181.60

Digital Electronics | 8/23-12/12 | F | 8 AM-3 PM | $181.60

PLCs | 8/19-12/16 |TTH | 8-10:50 AM | $181.60

Mechanisms | 8/20-12/12 | TTH |8-10:20 AM | $181.60

Hydraulics/Pneumatics I | 8/19-12/16 | MW | 1-3:30 PM | $181.60

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 Air Conditioning | 8/19-12/16 | MTWTH | 8 AM-12 PM | $181.60

Intro to Refrigeration & Design | 8/19-12/16 | MTWTH | 5-8:50 PM | $181.60

HVACR Electricity & Design | 8/20-12/12 | TTH | 12:30-4:30 PM | $181.60

WELDING

Welding | 8/19-12/16 | MTW | 5-9 PM | $272.60

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. 

Computer Skills

 

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HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY / ADULT HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY

Adult High School Diploma (Official transcripts required)
Adult High School Math | 7/8-7/22 | TTH | 6-8:30 PM | MCC Campus
Adult High School Math | 8/15-12/15 | TTH | 6-8:30 PM | TBD

HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY (formerly GED®)
High School Equivalency Math | 7/8-7/20 | MTWTH | 9-11:30 AM | Biscoe Center
High School Equivalency Math | 7/8-7/21 | MTWTH | 2:30-5 PM | Highland Center, Mt. Gilead
High School Equivalency | 7/8-7/22 | MW | 4:30-7:30 PM | Emmanuel Pentecostal Church, Candor
High School Equivalency Math | 8/15-12/15 | MTWTH | 9-11:30 AM | TBD
High School Equivalency Math | 8/15-12/15 | MTWTH | 2:30-5 PM | TBD
High School Equivalency | 8/15-12/15 | MW | 4:30-7:30 PM | TBD

ADULT BASIC EDUCATION

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE Learner

Please call 910-898-9678 for information or to register.

English Language Learner | 7/8-7/22 | MTW | 9 AM-12 PM | First Baptist Church, Biscoe
English Language Learner | 7/8-7/22 | MT | 5:30-8:30 PM | First Baptist Church, Biscoe
English Language Learner | 8/15-12/15 | MTW | 9 AM-12 PM | TBD
English Language Learner | 8/15-12/15 | MT | 5:30-8:30 PM | TBD

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 may be scheduled by calling 910-898-9678 or 910-898-9680.
3) Provide a TB skin test report.

Please call 910-898-9672 for information about upcoming Nursing Assistant classes or to get your name on a waiting list.

NURSING ASSISTANT I

This class introduces students to the skills and competencies needed for basic patient care in a healthcare setting. After successful completion of the course, the student can provide safe, effective, basic nursing care in a variety of healthcare 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 | Class dates and times to be determined | $272.60
Orientation | 7/10 | W | 5:30 PM | Blair Auditorium
Orientation | 7/18 | TH | 5:30 PM | Blair Auditorium
Classes are offered day, evening, or hybrid. (Hybrid requires both classroom and online participation.) Reimbursement scholarships are available for this program.

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.

PHLEBOTOMY

Phlebotomy (Hybrid, requires both classroom and online participation)
Learn the practice of opening a vein for letting or drawing blood as a therapeutic or diagnostic measure. Phlebotomists work in hospitals, private labs, home health, or other agency where blood is collected. Classes include clinical rotations and CPR training. Reimbursement scholarships are available for this class.
Phlebotomy | 8/12-12/23 | MTW* | 5-9 PM** | $272.60
*CPR | 9/18 | SA | 8 AM-5 PM | No additional cost
**Clinical hours will vary

Please call 910-898-9672 for information about upcoming Phlebotomy classes or to get your name on a waiting list.

CPR

Please call 910-898-9672 for information about upcoming CPR courses or to get your name on a waiting list.

EMT INITIAL COURSE

EMT Basic Initial
Do you see yourself in a fast-paced, life-altering career? Our Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic course is designed to train individuals to become emergency medical personnel. The student is exposed to emergency patient care through both classroom training and hands-on application. Topics include patient assessment, basic life support techniques (including airway management and CPR), oxygen therapy, treatment of shock, treatment of fractures, management of various medical emergencies and emergency childbirth. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be eligible to take the North Carolina and/or National Registry Basic Emergency Medical Technician certification exam.
EMT Basic Initial - 8/19/19-2/3/20 | 9/21, 10/12, 11/23, 1/18 - SA | 8 AM-5 PM  | $181.60

EMT Advanced Hybrid
Prerequisite Requirement: Must be a licensed EMT in the state of North Carolina
The primary focus of the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician is to provide basic and limited advanced emergency medical care and transportation for critical and emergent patients who access the emergency medical system. This individual possesses the basic knowledge and skills necessary to provide patient care and transportation. Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians function as part of a comprehensive EMS response, under medical oversight. Advanced EMTs perform interventions with the basic and advanced equipment typically found on an ambulance. The advanced EMT is a link from the scene to the emergency health care system. This course follows the North Carolina curriculum and bridges the EMT to become an advanced EMT.
EMT Advanced Hybrid - 8/19/19-2/3/20 | 9/21, 10/12, 11/23, 1/18 - SA | 8 AM-5 PM | Online | $181.60


Community Paramedic 
Community paramedicine is an emerging healthcare delivery model that increases access to basic services through the use of specially trained EMS providers in an expanded role. Community paramedics care for patients at home or in other non-urgent settings outside of a hospital under the supervision of a physician or advanced practice provider. This program will train students to help individuals overcome barriers to accessing and benefiting from health service; serve as advocates, facilitators, liaisons and resource coordinators; provide appropriate care for emergencies, evaluation, triage, disease management and mental health; as well as prevention; and mentor and empower residents, communities and health care systems to achieve positive outcomes and reach optimal wellness.
Community Paramedic - 8/19-10/28 | Online | Online | $180
Online Discussions - 8/19-10/28 | MTH | 6-10 PM

EMS

 

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