Work hands-on with various
microcomputing components. Build a personal computer. Prepare for the A+
ACCESS 2000, BEGINNER
Create tables, forms, and reports. Create queries and more. Basic
understanding of Windows is required.
ACCESS 2000, INTERMEDIATE
Create relational databases, use advanced form, report and query
features. Completion of Access, Beginner is strongly
ACCESS 2000, ADVANCED
Design Access applications and use tools and controls. Learn dialog
boxes, macros, report criteria, custom switchboards and keyboard
shortcut macros. Completion of Access 2000, Beginner and
Intermediate is strongly recommended.
Prepare financial statements and balance sheets. Learn debits and
credits, accounting formulas, T-accounts and journal entries. An
introduction to computerized accounting.
Learn to meet the record-keeping and accounting needs of business.
Learn accounting software applications for general ledger, accounts
payable, accounts receivable, bank reconciliation, budgeting, and
Learn to recognize aggressive, submissive and assertive behaviors.
Determine your communication style and ways to improve your
Master AutoCad 2000 commands and drawing techniques and basic
drafting design concepts.
AUTOCAD MECHANICAL DESKTOP
BE A LEADER!
Use your unique talents and strengths to become an effective leader.
Explore your interests, abilities and internal job description.
Tests, inventories and other tools help to make personal career choices.
Enroll in a listed class or schedule your group of 8 or more in a
customized class time at your specific site. For customized
scheduling call Donna Baldwin at 868-6300.
COMPUTER HARDWARE FOR HOME USE
Want to be able to work on your own home computer? Update,
troubleshoot and repair your personal computer at home.
EXCEL 2000 BEGINNER
Learn to enter, calculate and manage data in an Excel 2000 spreadsheet.
Excel makes it easy to manage numeric information, create charts and
maintain data lists.
EXCEL 2000, BEGINNER
Create, modify, and format worksheets, and work with formulas,
functions, and charts. General knowledge of Windows is required.
EXCEL 2000, INTERMEDIATE
Name cells, use advanced functions, find and replace data, use print
options, protect worksheets and link workbooks. Create and use templates
and macros. Excel 2000, Beginner beneficial.
EXCEL 2000, ADVANCED
Use all Excel features to the maximum. Exce12000, Beginner and
Intermediate is strongly recommended.
INTRO TO COMPUTERS
Learn to operate a computer using keyboard and mouse. Learn computer
terms and how to use word processing and the internet.
INTRO TO COMPUTERS - SENIORS
Same content as Introduction to Computers class, but at a relaxed
pace which allows for more questions
THE JOB INTERVIEW
Prepare for the most often asked interview questions. Learn
how to organize.
Build a strong foundation in keyboarding skills. Keying techniques
stressed first, then speed of strokes with timed writing and accuracy
MANAGE YOUR STRESS
Learn to recognize your body’s signals of stress and learn tips to
MICROSOFT OFFICE 2000
Learn word processing, strengthen worksheet skills in Excel,
manipulate data in Access. Learn to make presentations using PowerPoint.
NAVIGATING THE INTERNET
Learn to surf the internet for fun or research; learn how e-mail can
make communicating with family and friends easy.
NAVIGATING THE INTERNET-SENIORS
Same content as navigating the internet class, but at a relaxed
POWERPOINT 2000, BEGINNER
Create, modify, format, build and run PowerPoint slide shows. Use
WordArt, ClipArt and graphic objects. Basic understanding of Windows is
POWERPOINT 2000, INTERMEDIATE
Work with slide outlines, templates and multimedia elements. Create
charts, tables, presentations and customize PowerPoint. PowerPoint
Beginner is strongly recommended.
PROJECT 2000, BEGINNER
Create project schedules, assign task relationships, calendars,
deadline dates, and track project costs. General knowledge of Windows
PROJECT 2000, INTERMEDIATE
Evaluate and adjust project time factors, resources and costs. Track
project progress, using custom tables, filters, and forms. Project
2000, Beginner is strongly recommended.
PUBLISHER 2000, BEGINNER
Create a letterhead, flyer and newsletter. Work with shapes, set up
a table and create a website. General knowledge of Windows is
Learn effective techniques of studying and preparing for tests.
TEST FOR SUCCESS
Evaluate job applicants or employees seeking advancement with
paper/pencil tests and "hands-on" work samples. For
information, call Donna Baldwin at 868-6300.
TIME FOR YOU!
Learn effective time management techniques to make free time for
WEB DESIGN (FRONT PAGE)
Learn to develop a simple web page using links, graphics, and
WEB DESIGN - ADVANCED (FRONT PAGE)
Learn to develop your web page using frames, adding HTML tags, java
script, adding music and web cams.
WINDOWS 2000, INTRODUCTION
Master basic Windows 2000 features. Create and work with files,
folders and shortcuts. Basic knowledge of personal computers is
Get started using your desktop. Learn to use icons, scroll bars,
menus and dialog boxes. Use "My Computer" and "Windows
Use word processing to create a document, edit, proof, format and
work with tables.
WORD 2000, BEGINNER
Create, edit, and save documents; use proofing tools, and manipulate
text. Basic understanding of Windows is required.
WORD 2000, INTERMEDIATE
Create letters, envelopes and labels, tables, columns, headers and
footers, and use graphics. Word, Beginner is strongly recommended.
WORD 2000, ADVANCED
Insert form fields, modify forms, create help messages, use online
forms, use macros, sort information, create mail merge data sources and
main documents. Word, Beginner and Intermediate is strongly
Combine classroom and supervised clinical instruction to learn
dialysis care. Limited to 12 students.
LPN’s and RN’s learn through classroom lecture and hands-on skills
labs. "3" successful I.V. starts required for Ohio Board of
Provides the basic techniques of medical word building. Once learned,
these techniques can be readily applied to acquire an extensive medical
Prepare for the State Certification exam. Requirements: physical exam,
two-step PPID and up to date immunizations. Must attend all 75 hours of
Program has been developed to meet the guidelines of the American
ACLS PROVIDER REFRESHER
Renewal course for experienced providers routinely performing
resuscitation on the job.
BASIC POLICE ACADEMY
Meet the requirements of the Ohio Peace Officer certification needed
to become a sworn police officer. Students attend both day and evening
BASIC REFRESHER COURSE POLICE OFFICERS
Required refresher course for re-appointment as a peace officer
after January 1, 1989.
Learn to protect yourself in the workplace against bloodborne
infections (OSHA stds)
Learn entry, attendant and supervisor roles. (weather permitting)
CONFINED SPACE REFRESHER
Update/refresh on latest entry, attendant and supervisor roles.
Defensive driving as a part of peace officer basic training course.
Class topics include liability issues, emergency response and hands-on
practice of driving skills.
Classroom and clinical practice preparing technicians to become
members of a pre-hospital health care team.
Classroom instruction designed to provide new and updated
information to certified EMS personnel.
Specialized classroom, clinical and vehicle experience designed to
prepare 14 EMT-A’s to do advanced skills. Pre-test-required.
EMT-A or, EMT-P ENTRANCE EXAM
HOBET exam given to measure math and reading comprehension skills.
Passing score is required before applying to the EMT-Advanced or
FIRE SAFETY INSPECTOR
Specialized classroom instruction and learning experiences for fire
FIREFIGHTER - LEVEL I TRANSITION (1 B)
Optional course for certified firefighter 1A. Meets requirements for
FIREFIGHTER - LEVEL II TRANSITION (1 C)
Optional course for certified firefighter 1 B. Meets requirements
for full-time paid firefighter.
FIREFIGHTER -VOLUNTEER LEVEL
Meets the Ohio Revised Code requirements for certification as a
Learn the skills to carry out emergency life support procedures for
common medical emergencies.
FIRST AID IN THE WORKPLACE
Meets OSHA requirements for first aid training.
Prepare to assess and provide limited emergency care to ill or
injured people prior to arrival of an Emergency Medical Technician.
CPR - FRIENDS AND FAMILY
Recognition and treatment of cardiopulmonary emergencies.
GENERAL INDUSTRY OUTREACH TRAINING
Voluntary safety update for OSHA compliance
GENERAL INDUSTRY OUTREACH TRAINING
Compliance training for OSHA directive.
CPR - HEALTHCARE PROVIDER
For professional rescuers who must have a credential (card)
documenting successful completion of a CPR course.
INTRODUCTION TO PUMP OPERATIONS
Learn pump operator duties of driving the apparatus, operation of
the pump and preventive maintenance. Presented with an emphasis on
safety and NFPA standards.
Classroom instruction on new and updated information for certified
EMT-Paramedic personnel. Includes ACLS.
PSS INSTRUCTOR CEU - INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES
Instructors learn enhanced teaching techniques. Helps meet ODPS
requirements for re-certification of a PSS teaching certificate.
PSS INSTRUCTOR CEU - LESSON PLANS
Students in all Fire-related classes must be sponsored by a Fire
Department l Fire Brigade
AC/DC MOTOR CONTROLS
Study all areas of motor controls with emphasis on 2 & 3 wire
control circuits, circuit interlocks, timing circuits, reversing
starters, jogging circuits and more.
ELECTRICAL WIRING RESIDENTIAL
Study the procedures and National Electric Code requirements,
electrical symbols and prints, lighting, small appliance, outlet wiring,
ELECTRICITY - BEGINNING
Learn electron theory, Ohms law, circuits, power calculations, voltage
drops, magnet fields, AC and DC motor principals, wiring materials and
ELECTRICITY - INDUSTRIAL
Learn electrical power, conductors, wiring, AC & DC generators,
motors, controls, transformers and trouble shooting.
HVAC (AIR CONDITIONING)
Master AC systems. Learn to size a system, use AC tools, trouble
shoot, refrigeration, wiring low & line volts and how to install
Gain general knowledge of furnaces (80% gas, 10% oil, 10% electric)
and how heating systems work. Includes wiring, gas piping, sizing,
troubleshooting, and low voltage wiring. Participate in field trips where
you will service heating units.
Learn personal protective equipment and general machining safety.
Understand drawings, measurements, dial indicators and how to layout work.
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE - INDUSTRIAL
An in-depth review of the National Electric Codebook-2002, covering
Article 430. Includes: wiring, motors, control circuits, conductors,
sizing, circuit breakers, fuses, motor overloads, grounding, bonding and
OUTBOARD MOTOR REPAIR
SMALL ENGINE REPAIR
Learn to trouble shoot, repair, rebuild, and maintain your small
engines, including mowers, rototillers, and outboard motors.
SMALL ENGINE REPAIR - ADVANCED
After tearing down your engine, learn how to put it back together in
the advanced class.
SOLID STATE DEVICES
Become familiar with solid state devices such as: diode and rectifier
circuits, transistors, power supply circuits and filtering & SCR’s
(Silicone Controlled Rectifiers).
Basic welding includes oxy fuel, shield metal arc, mig & tig and
AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE FOR WOMEN
Learn the fundamentals of automotive repair. Learn to service,
troubleshoot and repair your own car. Easy to understand material is
applicable to all automobiles.
BASIC FAUX CLASS
Use simple and inexpensive techniques to transform walls and floors in
your home using paint. Additional supplies required. Supply list
Have fun weaving your own baskets. Learn the basic weaving techniques.
Create your own cakes, and make your own icings. Decorate cakes using
flowers, borders, piping, basket weave, stenciling and layer construction.
CARPENTRY HOME REPAIRS
Course includes safety, hand and power tools, planning the work,
selecting materials and repairs. Students must provide basic tools. List
provided upon registration.
CARPENTRY INTERIOR FINISHING
Do major room remodeling or small interior finishing projects. Learn
interior framing, trims, doors and windows, wallboard, counter tops,
ceramic tile and more. Students provide basic tools. List will be
COOKING FOR ENJOYMENT
Cook for yourself or for lots of guests. Learn how to prepare simple
but elegant dishes, and still have time to relax and enjoy your guests.
CUSTOMIZED DRAPES/ CORNICE BOARD
Thought you couldn’t make your own custom drapes? Our instructor
makes custom drapes, cornice boards and jabot drapes easy and affordable.
CUSTOMIZED DRAPES /JABOT
ELECTRICAL HOME REPAIR
Learn theory of electricity and residential wiring. Learn the basics
of circuit breakers, switches, outlets, installing new electrical boxes,
ceiling boxes, etc. Students provide basic tools. List will be provided.
FLORAL DESIGN FRESH FLOWERS - BEGINNING
Use tools, color, proportion and balance as you create arrangements.
Fresh flowers will be provided weekly. Students supply scissors and wire
FLORAL DESIGN FRESH FLOWERS – INTERMEDIATE
FLORAL DESIGN SILK & DRIED FLOWERS
Create designs that match your personal style or make gifts for
others. Supply list for 1st day of class is available upon registration.
Additional costs for silk and dried flowers for weekly arrangements will
be the student’s responsibility.
HOUSE ANATOMY 101
Give your home the finishing touches needed to create the home of your
dreams. Learn home design to decorative painting, basic carpentry,
plumbing and electric.
Learn basic decorating techniques needed to pull a room together by
developing a design plan that meets your life style. Additional supplies
required, Supply list available.
LANDSCAPING FOR THE HOME
Gain basic information in landscape design, installation and landscape
Understand the labels on grass seed, fertilizers insecticides, herbicides
and how to select plant materials.
MAKING THE QUILT
Stitch together the squares you have to create a custom designed
quilt. Learn to stitch in lines or patterns to complete your own quilt in
Cut, design, layer and sew quilting squares together, then design and
make a quilt.
Bring in your favorite pictures to create photo safe albums by
cropping and using acid-free adhesive. Create beautiful album sheets to
PLUMBING HOME REPAIR
Learn pipes, faucets, valves, tanks and fittings used in residential
plumbing. Solder copper pipes and join plastic pipes and fittings. Install
faucets and repair leaks.
SCRAPBOOK WORKSHOP - BORDER MANIA
Learn to make a scrapbook accenting ‘Border Mania’. No photos
SCRAPBOOK WORKSHOP - CHRISTMAS
Make a Christmas scrapbook. No photos needed.
SCRAPBOOK WORKSHOP - MOVEABLE BORDERS
Make a scrapbook accenting ‘moveable’ borders. No photos needed.
SCRAPBOOK WORKSHOP - POWER LAYOUTS
Emphasis is on creating a scrapbook accented with ‘Power Layouts’.
Bring photos to layout entire album.
SCRAPBOOK WORKSHOP - STAINED GLASS
Create a scrapbook accented with’stained glass’. Bring photos.
Create your own stained glass art. Learn all facets of stained glass
TOLE PAINTING - BEGINNING
Learn to paint on wood, candies, rocks, etc.
TOLE PAINTING – INTERMEDIATE
Learn advanced techniques while creating your craft projects.