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HCC Continuing Education Schedule

  1. 1. HCC’s School of Continuing Educationschedule of coursescheckoutHCC.com 713.718.5303We keep Houston working.Career InformerworkplacetrainingINBusinessConstruction TradesComputersHealth CareersLanguagesPublic SafetyTransportationMay 1, 2013 - Aug. 31, 2013
  2. 2. Business713.718.7947hccs.edu/ce/businessConstructionTrades713.718.8901hccs.edu/ce/constructionInformationTechnology713.718.2798/7641hccs.edu/ce/itHealth713.718.7583hccs.edu/ce/healthPublic SafetyInstitute713.718.8363/5480hccs.edu/ce/psiTransportation713.718.8200hccs.edu/ce/TransportationIt’s your time to gain valuable, ‘hands-on’ skills for a bright new future.What’s HOTfor Summer• Air Conditioning• Child Development• Cisco, CCNA, CCNP, Security and Voice• EKG• Machining• PDMS• Spanish for Business Sectors• Truck Driving• Workplace Englishwww.hccs.edu/ceLanguages713.718.7720hccs.edu/ce/languages
  3. 3. 1School of Continuing EducationBoard ofTrusteesBruce Austin, Chair, District IISandie Mullins, Vice Chair, District VIEva L. Loredo, Secretary, District VIIIYolanda Navarro Flores, District IHerlinda Garcia, District IIICarroll G. Robinson, District IVLeila Feldman, District VNeeta Sane, District VIIChristopher W. Oliver, District IXActing Chancellor, HCCRenee ByasThe Class Schedule is an official publication of Houston CommunityCollege. It is published to coincide with the Spring, Summer and FallSemesters. No part of this publication may be reproduced except forpersonal use by individual students or prospective students.The information contained in this publication is intended as a guide forstudents and prospective students. Based on Board approval, the HoustonCommunity College District reserves the right to change or modify itsrules and regulations, the schedule of classes, fees, tuitions and othercharges without notice.HCC is committed to a workplace and educational environment free ofdiscrimination and harassment based upon race, color, religion, age, sex,national origin, disability, status as a veteran, and/or sexual orientation.Message from the Director“The Houston Community College School of Continuing Educationfaculty and staff are committed to providing outstanding instructionand services to our community in areas such as: business, languages,technology, construction, transportation, public safety and health. Weare proud of the expertise our faculty brings to the classroom. Whetherchanging careers or updating your skills, the School of ContinuingEducation can help you achieve your goals.”Kathy HouselDirector, School of Continuing EducationSchool of Continuing EducationKathy Housel, Director, School of Continuing EducationMatias Garza, Director, OperationsTable of ContentsCall List, Campus Office hours 2Financial Aid (TPEG) 3Ascension II Skills Scholarship Program 4Accelerated Teacher Certification Program & Classes 5Business and Professional Enrichment 6Business Classes 7-8Construction & Trades Certificates 9Construction & Trades Classes 10GED and Test Preparation 11GED and Test Preparation Classes 11Health Certificates 12Health Classes 13-14Information Technology Certificates 15Information Technology Classes 16-18Cisco Academy at HCC 18Languages and Citizenship (Spanish) 19-20Languages Classes 20-21Online Certificates 22Online Classes 23-29Public Safety Institute 29Campus Locations Map 29Transportation 30General Information 31Enrollment Form 32
  4. 4. 2Campus Office Hours:Central College - 713.718.5303Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.Coleman College for HealthSciences - 713.718.2244Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.Northeast College - 713.718.8363Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.Northwest College - 713.718.5823Katy Campus/ Spring Branch Campus - 713.718.5823Office Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.mSaturday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.Alief CE Center - 713.718.8860Office Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.Southeast College - 713.718.7301Office Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Southwest CollegeBluebonnet - 713.718.8901West Loop - 713.718.7877Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.Saturday, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.Gulfton - 713.718.7720Office Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.mFriday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.Online Continuing Education(SYS/Online) 713.718.5149Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.School of Continuing EducationQuick Reference Call ListGeneral Information - 713.718.5303Accelerated Teacher Certification - 713.718.2856Adult Education - 713.718.5400Apprenticeship Programs - 713.718.6827Business - 713.718.7947Computers - 713.718.2798/7641Corporate College - 713.718.5304GED & Test Preparation 713.718.7611Construction/Trades - 713.718.8901Health Careers - 713.718.7583Languages & Citizenship - 713.718.7581/7720Online Continuing Education - 713.718.5149Public Safety - 713.718.8363Transportation - 713.718.8200Vea las páginas 10-11 para obteneruna lista de los programas bilingüesen Oficios de la Construcción.ELPT 1029 Cableado Residencial, bilingüeHART 1041 Aire Acondicionado, bilingüeTome ventaja de esta formación HOYCONSTRUCTION TRADES713.718.8926hccs.edu/ce/construction
  5. 5. 3Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG)2012-2013Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG) funds will be available for qualifiedstudents in the following Marketable Skills Awards (MSA) Certificateprograms. To determine if you qualify, choose from the list of eligible MSACertificates and complete the application process. Funds are awardedto eligible applicants on a first-come, first-served basis while funds areavailable.Eligible MSA Certificates• Air Conditioning & Refrigeration (HVAC)• Bilingual Air Conditioning & Refrigeration (HVAC)• Certified Nurse Aide for the English Language Learner• Child Development Associate• Cisco Certified Network Administrator - CCNA• Cisco Certified Network Professional - CCNP• Desktop Support and Network Specialist Program• Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator - MCSA• Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer - MCSE• Patient Care Technician• Property Management• Truck Driving• Welding• Workplace English for Computer Support SpecialistApplication ProcessStep 1: Apply for a Personal Identification Number (PIN) if this is yourfirst time applying for financial aid at http://www.pin.gov. If you are adependent student, your parent/guardian must also apply for a PIN. ThePIN is used as an electronic signature to validate your Free Application forFederal Student Aid (FAFSA). You do not need to request a new PIN eachtime you apply for financial aid. If you do not remember your PIN, you canrequest your PIN information by email or mail. Please keep your PIN in asecure place and do not divulge your information with others.Step 2: Complete the FAFSA online at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ . Inorder for Houston Community College to determine your eligibility, youmust complete a FAFSA each year you apply for financial aid. HoustonCommunity College’s Title IV Federal School Code is 010422.Step 3: Once you have submitted your FAFSA, you will receive yourStudent Aid Report (SAR) within 3-5 business days via email or mail. Thefinancial aid office will receive a copy of the report within 1-2 weeks.Step 4: Set-up an orientation meeting with a School of ContinuingEducation (SCE) Representative to discuss your program choice. Bring acopy of your SAR to the orientation.Step 5: Determine your start date.Step 6: Register for classes.Eligibility status requirements will be determined in approximately 7-10business days after all required application documentation is received.Please note, if you do not receive your eligibility status in 10 businessdays after receiving your SAR, please contact financial aid or the SCERepresentative to verify that your documentation was received and iscomplete.Financial Aid 2012-2013Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG)After your completed application has been received and you aredetermined eligible, your financial aid will then be awarded. You mayreview your award online at www.hccs.edu by logging into your StudentSelf Service account.Important Requirements for TPEG Recipients• You must be registered in a course before financial aid can beawarded.• You must pass all registered program coursework in order for theremaining coursework to be paid.• You are not allowed to change programs in the same term once youhave completed part of the coursework.For more information visit:hccs.edu/ce or call 713.718.8905Additional Financial AidWorkforce Investment Act (WIA) ProgramsSeveral CE programs are funded by the Workforce Investment Act (WIA).Individuals who qualify for this grant are determined on a case-by-casebasis. Visit the Workforce Solutions website for a listing of offices aroundtown to determine financial eligibility. (http://www.wrksolutions.com)Eligible Certificates:• Air Conditioning & Refrigeration (Bilingual)• Air Conditioning & Refrigeration (HVAC Technician)• Bilingual Residential Wiring• CISCO (CCNA)• Health Information Specialist• Introduction to Welding Using Mutiple Processes• Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA)• Network and Computer Systems Administration (MCITP)• Piping & Design (PDMS)• Residential Wiring• SAP Part I• SAP Part II• SAP Part III• Medical Coding (Online)hccs.edu/ce or call713.718.8905
  6. 6. 4Gulf Coast CommunityServices AssociationAscension II Skills ScholarshipProgram (ASSP) 2012-2013The Ascension II Skills Scholarship Program (ASSP) is a part of GCCSA’sAscension Series that is designed to provide empowering resources toindividuals and families that are willing to put in the effort to empowerthemselves. The ASSP provides financial resources to prospectivestudents (and future professionals) to enroll and complete one of severalexcellent certification programs offered by Houston Community College(HCC).Currently the Ascension II Skills Scholarship Program is providing financialresources for the following short-term, high-demand continuing educationprograms:• Health Information Specialist• Truck Driving• Accelerated Teacher Certification• On-line Programs• HVAC (Air Conditioning) Technician• Welding TechnicianThe ASSP serves as a great opportunity to gain certification in a disciplinethat can have life-changing benefits.What are the Qualifications for ASSP?• To qualify for the Ascension II Skills Scholarship Program, an individualmust meet the following criteria:• Must be a resident of Harris County• Must meet the federal income guidelines at the 125% level (theincome levels are below):Federal Income Guidelines (125%) FAMILY UNIT SIZE 48 CONTIGUOUS STATES & D.C. 1 $13,612 2 $18,387 3 $23,162 4 $27,937 5 $32,712 6 $37,487 7 $42,262 8 $47,037For more information please contact:Leona Baker – bakerl@gccsa.org or 713.393.4727 (ProgramAdministrator) David Moya - moyad@gccsa.org or 713.393.4700 x845Please note, email contact will result in faster service if you includeASCENSION in the subject line!United Way THRIVEUnited Way of Greater Houston leads United Way THRIVE, a network ofmore than 20 organizations in the Houston area that help people reachtheir financial goals.United Way THRIVE strives to help workingfamilies to:• Have enough income.• Develop good financial habits and actions.• Meet their needs and save for the future.What Services does United Way THRIVE offer?A CHANCETO EARN HIGHER WAGES• Get the training and skills for the job you need now and the career youwant. From help with your resume to helping you get your collegedegree, our programs are here for you.• Improve your English, reading, writing, and speaking skills to get thejob you want.A CHANCETO SAVE MONEY FORTHE FUTURE• Work one-on-one or in a classroom with an experienced financialcoach to improve your credit, pay your bills on time, and save for thefuture.• Enroll in a free checking account, avoid check cashing fees, safelybuild your savings.• Receive a 2 to 1 match on your savings for a home, business oreducation. (Income restrictions apply.)• Free tax preparation by IRS certified tax preparers to get your highestpossible return at no cost.A CHANCETO OWN A HOME, A CAR, OR A SMALL BUSINESS• Low-interest, non-credit based loans for a car, small business,unexpected expenses or to build your credit.• Learn how to run a small business, develop a plan, and get startedwith a supportive community to answer your questions.• HUD approved courses and/or one-on-one help for buying a home ofyour own.Are you ready to:• Manage your money?• Save for a home, business or education?• Build job skills?CALL 2-1-1Texas/United Way HELPLINEA THRIVE specialist will help you take the first steps to a strong financialfuture.
  7. 7. 5The Accelerated Teacher Certification Program’s mission is to prepareand train teacher candidates for Texas standard classroom certification inelementary and secondary education.Houston Community College — Accelerated Teacher Certification Programis accredited by the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) andTexas Education Agency (TEA).Houston Community College — Accelerated Teacher Certification Programis a No Child Left Behind (NCLB) rated program by SBEC and TEA.Program Description• 216 contact hours in content training• 103 contact hours in pedagogy training• 30 contact hours of classroom observations• 2 contact hours of field-based experience• TExES content and pedagogy exams• One-year paid internship• TExES ESL exam (Generalist teachers only)• BTLPT Spanish exam (Bilingual teachers only)Certificates Offered• Generalist (EC-6 or 4-8)• Bilingual Generalist (EC-6 or 4-8)• English as a Second Language (Supplemental)• English Language Arts & Reading/Social Studies (4-8)• History (8-12)• Social Studies (4-8 or 8-12)• Life Sciences (8-12)• Physical Sciences (8-12)• Science (4-8 or 8-12)• Mathematics (4-8 or 8-12)• Physical Education (EC-12)• Special Education (EC-12)• Technology Applications (EC-12)Program Costs• Tuition $3,900• Application Fee $75• Books $300• TExES Content exam $120• TExES pedagogy exam $120• BTLPT Spanish exam $120• TExES ESL exam $120• Finger Print Identification $42• Finger Print Processing $10• Probationary Certificate $52• Standard Certificate $77Annual Enrollment PeriodsSpring Enrollment – January of each yearSummer Enrollment – May of each yearFall Enrollment – August of each yearAccelerated Teacher CertificationProgramPrepares individuals with the skills and practicesto be an effective classroom teacher.• Evening and Weekend Classes• Financial Assistance Available• Job Placement Assistance• Small Class Sizes• Mentor Support• Paid one-year Internship• Scholarship OpportunitiesFree monthly information sessions,call today to start your teaching career.713.718.2856 or visit hccs.edu/acpAccelerated Teacher Certification Program
  8. 8. 6Business and Professional EnrichmentBusiness and Professional Enrichment at the School of Continuing Education is at the forefront of providing business professional development.Whether you are an executive or person seeking a career change, we offer an array of exciting and innovative programs that provide opportunities forcareer advancement, career change, personal enrichment, and skill building to help you compete in our global economy.CHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATEThis is a study of the principles of cognitive, physical, emotional and socialdevelopment of children from birth through age five.CDEC 1017 Child Development Associate I 48 hrsCDEC 2022 Child Development Associate II 48 hrsCDEC 2024 Child Development Associate III 48 hrsTotal: 144 hrs - Certificate Cost: $900For more information:hccs.edu/ce/business or 713.718.6772TPEG EligibleHUMAN RESOURCE CERTIFICATEThis certificate will enhance the professional skills for humanresource professionals, managers, and business owners.HRPO 1091 Introduction to Human Resources 8 hrsHRPO 1091 Organizational Development 8 hrsHRPO 1091 Talent Management 8 hrsHRPO 1091 Employee Relations 8 hrsHRPO 1091 Compensation and Benefits 8 hrsTotal: 40 hrs - Certificate Cost: $830For more information:hccs.edu/ce/business or 713.718.6772CERTIFIED ASSOCIATE IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT (CAPM)This certificate series prepares the student for the CAPM® exam andis designed for project team members, entry level project managers,undergraduate and graduate students.BMGT 1021 Project Management Fundamentals 8 hrsBMGT 1091 Successful Project Management 14 hrsBMGT 1091 Project Management Essentials and Best Practices 32hrsBMGT 2006 CAPM Prep 24 hrsTotal: 78 hrs - Certificate Cost: $1,248For more information:hccs.edu/ce/business or 713.718.6772Business Plan CERTIFICATEThis program is designed to develop and produce entrepreneurs to opensuccessful businesses and fuel economic growth at the community levelthroughout the Greater Houston area.BUSG 2009 Small Business Management-An Entrepreneurial Approach 48 hrsBUSG 1073 Entrepreneurship & Economic Development 48 hrsElectivesMRKG 1011 Principles of Marketing 48 hrsACNT1003 Introduction to Accounting 48 hrsACNT 1025 Principles of Accounting 48 hrsTotal: 144 hrs - Certificate Cost: $624For more information:hccs.edu/ce/business or 713.718.6650MULTI-FAMILY PROPERTY MANAGEMENTThis program provides training for individuals interested in the apartmentleasing and management industry.RELE 1015 Property Management 32 hrsRELE 1091 Residential Law 12 hrsRELE 1091 Property Mgt. Software 16 hrsRELE 1091 Property Mgt. Leadership 20 hrsRELE 2088 Internships 64 hrsTotal: 144 hrs - Certificate Cost: $1,260For more information:hccs.edu/ce/business or 713.718.6772TPEG EligibleParalegal CertificateThis program focuses on developing the critical reasoning, analytical skillsand legal knowledge essential to succeed in today’s paralegal andlaw-related occupations.LGLA 1091 Legal Research I 16 hrsLGLA 1091 Legal Research II 16 hrsLGLA 1091 Legal Research III 16 hrsLGLA 1091Texas Civil Litigation I 16 hrsLGLA 1091Texas Civil Litigation II 16 hrsLGLA 1091Texas Civil Litigation III 16 hrsTotal: 96 hrs Certificate Cost: $810For more information:hccs.edu/ce/business or 713.718.6772OTHER BUSINESS CLASSES ALSO OFFERED!Additional courses offered in PeopleSoft on Campus andSmall Business.Call 713.718.7947 for more information.Coming Fall 2013!Kickstart your accounting career with HCC’sNEW Payroll Specialist Certificate!The Payroll Specialist Marketable SkillsAchievement Award prepares the student toperform activities associated with humanresources, payroll transactions, payroll taxcompliance and filing of all quarterly and yearlypayroll tax reports required by company policieshccs.edu/ce/businessor 713.718.7947
  9. 9. 7NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOMBUSINESS - 713.718.7947 - hccs.edu/ce/businessBUSINESSCAPM EXAMINATION PREPARATION BMGT 2006This course will guide the student in the Certified Associate in Project Man-agement (CAPM) including project selection and evaluation, the learner willgain skills in developing a project plan defining the scope, phases, milestonegoals, and purposes.West Loop Center79884 MW 07/08/13-07/31/13 06:00pm-09:00pm 24 $384 SWWLOP 105CHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE TRAINING I CDEC 1017Based on the requirements for the Child Development Associate (CDA)National Credential. Topics on CDA overview, general observation skills,and child growth and development overview.West Loop Center79918 S 06/08/13-08/10/13 09:00am-03:30pm 48 $300 SWWLOP 105CHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE TRAINING II CDEC 2022A continuation of the study of the requirements for the Child DevelopmentAssociate(CDA)NationalCredential.Functionalareasofstudyincludefam-ily, program management, and professionalism. Prerequisite CDA I and IICodwell Hall Campus79922 MW 06/10/13-08/07/13 06:00pm-09:00pm 48 $300 NECODW TBAEMPLOYEE RELATIONS HRPO 1091Behavioral and legal approaches to the management of human resourcesin organizations.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79899 TTh 08/13/13-08/22/13 06:00pm-08:00pm 8 $166 SWACEU TBAHR COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS HRPO 1091The course prepares students to the overview of sap HCM and projects,personnel administration,payroll,timemanagement,HRreporting,benefitsadministration and cross process customizing tools in SAP HCMAlief - Bissonnet Campus79894 TTh 07/16/13-07/25/13 06:00pm-08:00pm 8 $166 NWACEU TBAHR TALENT MANAGEMENT HRPO 1091This course is a basic overview of Human Resources and outlines themajor functions, competencies and responsibilities involved in the field ofHuman Resources.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79892 TTh 06/25/13-07/09/13 06:00pm-08:00pm 8 $166 NWACEU TBAINTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING I ACNT 1003A study of analyzing, classifying, and recording business transactions ina manual and computerized environment. Emphasis on understandingthe complete accounting cycle and preparing financial statements, bankreconciliations, and payroll.Katy Campus79940 TTh 06/04/13-07/02/13 05:30pm-08:30pm 48 $208 NWKATY 222AINTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RESOURCES HRPO 1091This course is an examination of employee relations policies, practices,and issues required to build strong employee relations. Topics include com-munication, employee conduct rules, etc.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79889 TTh 06/11/13-06/20/13 06:00pm-08:00pm 8 $166 NWACEU TBAORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT HRPO 1091This course is designed to help managers understand talent managementprocesses in a way that will lead to better decision, more engaged employ-ees and lower risk.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79897 TTh 07/30/13-08/08/13 06:00pm-08:00pm 8 $166 NWACEU TBAPPROPERTY MANAGEMENT RELE 1015Awork-based learning experience that enables the student to apply special-ized occupational theory, skills and concepts in the property managementindustry.West Loop Center79871 TTh 06/04/13-06/27/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 32 $340 SWWLOP 105PROPERTY MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP RELE 2088This course reviews the basics of landlord and tenant leasing laws and ispart of the Property Management Certificate.West Loop Center79881 M-F 08/19/13-09/19/13 08:00am-05:00pm 64 $280 SWOCSWPROPERTY MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE RELE 1091This course is for individuals who are acquiring a Property ManagementCertificate or Commercial Real Estate Certificate, or who want to betterunderstand the basics of the real estate profession in regards to the law.In this course the student will learn how to use various computer softwarepackages specific to the real estate industry and demonstrate an under-standing of property management software by participating in a case study.West Loop Center79873 TTh 07/16/13-07/25/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 16 $240 SWWLOP 105REAL ESTATE LANDLORD - TENANT LAW RELE 1091This course is for individuals who are acquiring a Property ManagementCertificate or Commercial Real Estate Certificate, or who want to betterunderstandthebasicsoftheMulti-Familypropertymanagement profession.A study of the role of a apartment leasing agents, landlord-tenant policies,tenant leases, tenant relations, maintenance, reports, habitability laws, andthe Fair Housing Act.West Loop Center79872 TTh 07/02/13-07/11/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 12 $140 SWWLOP 105REAL ESTATE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP RELE 1091This course is for individuals who are acquiring a Property ManagementCertificate or Commercial Real Estate Certificate. In this course the studentwill learn how to use a computer software database system specific tothe multi-family apartment industry. Students must have basic typing andcomputer navigation skills.West Loop Center79878 TTh 07/30/13-08/13/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 20 $260 SWWLOP 105SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT - AN ENTREPRENEURIAL APPROACH BUSG
  10. 10. 8NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOMSMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT - AN ENTREPRENEURIAL APPROACH BUSG 2009This course teaches a person how to start and operate a small business.Topics include facts about a small business, types of business ownership,essential management skills, how to prepare a business plan, financialneeds, marketing strategies, and legal issues.Spring Branch Campus79926 TTh 06/04/13-07/02/13 08:00am-10:30am 48 $208 NWSPBR 216TEXAS CIVIL LITIGATION I LGLA 1091This course will cover the research, analysis and preparation of docu-ments necessary in civil litigation including pleadings, discovery, motions,responses, and judgments.Alief - Bissonnet Campus73258 MW 05/13/13-06/10/13 07:00pm-09:00pm 16 $135 NWACEU TBATEXAS CIVIL LITIGATION II LGLA 1091Continuation of research, analysis and preparation of documents necessaryin civil litigation including pleadings, discovery, motions, responses, andjudgments. Pre-Requisite: Texas Civil Litigation I.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79904 MW 06/17/13-07/10/13 07:00pm-09:00pm 16 $135 NWACEU TBATEXAS CIVIL LITIGATION III LGLA 1091This course is a continuation of research analysis and preparation of docu-ments necessary in civil litigation including pleadings, discovery, motions,responses, and judgments. Prerequisite: Texas Civil Litigation I/IIAlief - Bissonnet Campus79905 MW 07/15/13-08/07/13 07:00pm-09:00pm 16 $135 NWACEU TBABUSINESS - 713.718.7947 - hccs.edu/ce/businessHCC Welding Certificate.The Certificate that Sparksyour future!Careers in welding areexpected to grow by 15% inthe next 7 years!hccs.edu/ce/construction or713.718.8932/8903
  11. 11. 9Construction Trades CertificatesThe Construction and Trades Department offers a variety of courses for people who wish to become trained in various construction fields. TheConstruction and Trade Department offers fast-track training to meet the needs of today’s industry.Machining TechnicianAn introductory course that assists the student in understanding themachinist occupation in industry. The student begins by using basicmachine tools such as the lathe, milling machine, drill press, power saw,and bench grinder. Machine terminology, theory, math, part layout, andbench work using common measuring tools is included. Emphasis isplaced on shop safety, housekeeping, and preventative maintenance.MCHN 1038 Basic Machine Shop I 72 hrsMCHN 1041 Basic Machine Shop II 72 hrsTotal 144 hrs - Certificate Cost: $960For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or 713.718.8932/8903AutoCAD, BeginningIntroduction to Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) Systems--Identify CADhardware and software for various types of CAD drafting; determinemeans of storing and sharing databases; and identify the compatibility ofCAD drawings from various software and operating systems.DFTG 1040 AutoCAD, Beginning 44 hrsTotal 44 hrs - Certificate Cost: $589For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or713.718.8932/8903STATIONARY ENGINEERINGThis course is designed to acquaint individuals with stationarymaintenance procedures associated with boiler installation.SEST 1041 Stationary Engineering - 1st GradeLicense Review 80 hrsSEST 1091 Stationary Engineering - 2nd GradeLicense Review 80 hrsCBFM 1003 Stationary Engineering - 3rd GradeLicense Review 80 hrsTotal 240 hrs - Certificate Cost: $960For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or713.718.8932/8903BILINGUAL RESIDENTIAL WIRING (SPANISH AND ENGLISH)Students will study the principles of operation regarding electricalcomponents and appliances utilized in single and multi-family dwellings.ELPT 1029 Residential Wiring, Bilingual 80 hrsTotal 80 hrs - Certificate Cost: $497For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or 713.718.8926WIA EligibleAIR CONDITIONING TECHNICIAN I & IIIntroduction to HVAC principles, terminology, tools and skills. Study and practicalapplication of air conditioning principles, including air properties, maintenanceoperations, thermodynamics, and compressors. Preparation for EPA certification.HART 1038 Air Conditioning I 80 hrsHART 1005 Air Conditioning II 80 hrsTotal 160 hrs - Certificate Cost: $980For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or713.718.8932/8903TPEG Eligible & WIA EligibleWelding Technician IIntroduction to Welding Multiple Processes: basic welding processes,including oxy-fuel welding (OFW) and cutting, shield metal arc welding(SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), and gas tungsten arc welding(GTAW).WLDG 1007 Introduction to Welding Multiple Processes 160 hrsTotal 160 hrs - Certificate Cost: $980For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or713.718.8932/8903BILINGUAL AIR CONDITIONING (SPANISH & ENGLISH)The class will prepare the students to work in apartment complexes inair conditioning maintenance or assist in residential A/C installation andservices. Students will learn field terminology in English to facilitateprofessional and technical growth.HART 1041 Air Conditioning, Bilingual 160 hrsTotal 160 hrs - Certificate Cost: $980For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or713.718.8932/8926WIA EligibleIntroduction to Construction IndustryOverview of the construction industry covering core curriculum on basicsafety, construction math, hand and power tools, construction drawings,and basic rigging.CBNT 1001 Introduction to Construction Industry 72 hrsTotal 72 hrs - Certificate Cost: $480For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or713.718.8932/8903Intro to PlumbingDevelopment of skills and knowledge required to install drains, vents,water lines, gas lines, and plumbing fixtures used in buildings. Instructionin the maintenance of plumbing common in all structures includingreplacement of components, repair and replacement of fixtures, and useof equipment.PFPB 1003 Basic plumbing Skills 40 hrsPFPB 1001 Plumbing Maintenance Skills 40 hrsTotal 80 hrs - Certificate Cost: $536For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or713.718.8932/8903OSHA classes also offered. for more information, call 713.718.8901
  12. 12. 10NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOMCONSTRUCTION TRADES - 713.718.8901 hccs.edu/ce/constructionRESIDENTIAL WIRING, BILINGUAL ELPT 1029Students will study the principles of operation of electrical components andappliances utilized in single and multi-family dwellings. Students will learnthe applications, selections and installation techniques of the most commonelectrical devices used in home and apartment buildings. Students will beable to perform and troubleshoot most common installations encounteredin residential applications.Stafford Campus79891 S 06/08/13-08/10/13 08:00am-04:00pm 80 $497 SWBLUE W113STATIONARY ENGINEERING - 1ST GRADE LICENSE REVIEW SEST 1041Safeinstallation,operation,andmaintenanceproceduresforboilersincludingtotalboileranalysisformaximumperformanceandefficiencyofeachsystem.Central Campus79920 MW 06/03/13-08/28/13 05:30pm-08:30pm 80 $320 CEJBW 221STATIONARY ENGINEERING - 2ND GRADE LICENSE REVIEW SEST 1091This course is designed to acquaint individuals with Stationary Maintenanceprocedures for boiler installers. Individuals will be introduced to techniquesused to analyze, troubleshoot, evaluate and diagnose instrumentation usedto monitor boiler operations. This course conforms to the City of Houston’scode requirements for the boiler licensure exam.Central Campus79921 MW 06/03/13-08/28/13 05:30pm-08:30pm 80 $320 CEJBW 221STATIONARY ENGINEERING - 3RD GRADE LICENSE REVIEW CBFM 1003An introduction to boiler maintenance procedures with emphasis on thevarious components associated with boilers.Central Campus79919 MW 06/03/13-08/28/13 05:30pm-08:30pm 80 $320 CEJBW 221CONSTRUCTION TRADESAIR CONDITIONING BILINGUAL HART 1041Study and practical application of air conditioning principles, including airproperties, maintenance operations, thermodynamics, and compressors.Central Campus79885 S 06/07/13-09/06/13 08:00am-04:00pm 160 $980 CEJBW 106 F 06/07/13-09/06/13 05:00pm-09:00pm CEJBW 106Stafford Campus79883 MTW 06/03/13-09/03/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 160 $980 SWBLUE W11279882 S 06/07/13-09/06/13 08:00am-04:00pm 160 $980 SWBLUE W111 F 06/07/13-09/06/13 06:00pm-10:00pm SWBLUE W111AIR CONDITIONING I HART 1038Introduction to HVAC principles, terminology, tools and skills.Stafford Campus79875 MTW 06/03/13-07/16/13 07:00am-11:00am 80 $490 SWBLUE W10679876 MTW 06/03/13-07/16/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 80 $490 SWBLUE W106AIR CONDITIONING II HART 1005A study of components, applications, and installation of mechanical airconditioningsystemsincludingoperatingconditions,troubleshooting,repair,and charging of air conditioning systems. After completion of this class thestudentswillbepreparedtopasstheEPACertificationTest.Studentswilllearnfield terminology in English to facilitate professional and technical growth.Stafford Campus79879 MTW 07/22/13-09/04/13 07:00am-11:00am 80 $490 SWBLUE W10679880 MTW 07/22/13-09/04/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 80 $490 SWBLUE W112AUTOCAD, BEGINNING DFTG 1040Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) package and knowledge necessary toperform specific operations in a particular occupational setting.Stafford Campus79903 F 06/07/13-07/26/13 08:00am-01:30pm 44 $589 SWSTF2 N114BASIC MACHINING I MCHN 1038An introductory course that assists the student in understanding the machin-ist occupation in industry.Central Campus79909 S 06/07/13-07/13/13 08:00am-04:00pm 72 $480 CEJBW 104 F 06/07/13-07/13/13 05:00pm-09:00pm CEJBW 104BASIC MACHINING II MCHN 1041Anintroductorycoursethatassiststhestudentinunderstandingthemachinistoccupation in industry. A continuation of Basic Machine Shop I.Central Campus79917 S 07/19/13-08/24/13 08:00am-04:00pm 72 $480 CEJBW 104 F 07/19/13-08/24/13 05:00pm-09:00pm CEJBW 104INTRODUCTION TO MULTIPLE WELDING PROCESS WLDG 1007Basic welding processes including oxy-fuel welding (OFW) and cutting,shield metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal are welding (GMAW), and gastungsten are welding (GTAW).Central Campus79907 S 06/07/13-09/06/13 08:00am-04:00pm 160 $980 CEJBW 125 F 06/07/13-09/06/13 05:00pm-09:00pm CEJBW 125Our AirConditioningcertificate givesyou the idealstart to a busy,in-demandcareer.The career outlook for air conditioning jobs isexpected to skyrocket 34% in the next7 years. Train now for yourfuture career!hccs.edu/ce/construction 713.718.8932/8903
  13. 13. 11GED and Test PreparationlocationsNorthline Campus 8001 Fulton 77022Spring Branch Campus 1010 W Sam Houston Pkwy N. 77043Alief Continuing Education Center 13803 Bissonnet 77083Missouri City Campus 5855 Sienna Springs Way 77459Gulfton Center 5407 Gulfton 77081Please contact the Adult High School/GED Director for additional informa-tion at 713/718-7613. For your convenience, counseling and registrationwill be by phone. Requirements: Students must have completed thetenth grade and need a basic review before taking the GED.Official GEDTest Requirements: Student must be able to providesupporting documentation in order to take the test.16 -years-old • Valid Texas ID, Driver’s License or Government Issue ID• Social Security Card (optional)• Withdrawal form from high school• Parental consent form• Parent must accompany student for registration at least one weekbefore the test• Court Order17-years-old• Valid Texas ID, Driver’s License or Government Issue ID• Social Security Card (optional)• Withdrawal form from high school• Parental consent form• Parent must accompany student for registration at least one weekbefore the test18-years-old• Valid Texas ID, Driver’s License or Government Issue ID• Social Security Card (optional)• Registration in person at least one week before the testgED Language arts, reading CEC 0938If you are interested in taking the GED test sometime soon, but knowthat you need some extra help in the Language Arts section of the test,then this hands-on class is for you. Through exercises completed bothin and outside of class, participants will strengthen their level of readingcomprehension and critical thinking abilities, and basic writing, editingand grammar skills. The course provides students with a skills review ofEnglish grammar, sentence structure and vocabulary. Pre-test and Post-test will be given. Instructional materials are providedThe General Education Development (GED)Test gives you the opportunity to earn a high school equivalency diploma, which is accepted by many employers andInstitutions of Higher Education (IHE). GED classes are offered at various campuses throughout HCC.These classes are in conjunction with the Adult High Schoolofferings. Classes meet on M/W orTu/Th from 5:00 p.m. - 8:50 p.m.; F 5:00 p.m. - 8:50 p.m. and Sat. 8:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.; Sat & Sun 8:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.gED mathematics cec 7649If you are interested in taking the GED test sometime soon, but knowthat you need some extra help in the Math section of the test, thenthis hands-on class is for you. Through exercises completed bothin and outside of class, participants will strengthen their abilities towork problems covering arithmetic, decimals, fractions, percentages,geometry, and basic algebra. Pre-test and Post-test will be given.Instructional materials are provided.gED social studies/science cec 7400If you are interested in taking the GED test sometime soon, but know thatyou need some extra help in the Social Studies and Science sections ofthe test, then this hands-on class is for you. Through exercises completedboth in and outside of class, participants will review the five basicsocial studies areas: United States history, world history, government,economics and geography. The Science portion will review life science,earth and space science and physical science. Pre-test and Post-test willbe given. Instructional materials are provided.gED testing CentersNE – Northline 8001 Fulton 713.718.8073SE – Eastside 6815 Rustic 713.718.7041SW – West Loop Campus 5601 West Loop South 713.718.7717CE - Central Campus 1300 Holman St. 713.718.6011GED transcripts can be verified on-line and printed immediately with acredit card or check. Go to https://bass.tea.state.tx.us/Tea.GEDi.Web/Forms/CertificateSearch.aspxFor additional information, please contact a testing center near you.GED test resultsThe Texas Education Agency (TEA) is pleased to announce the launchof its new automated system for ordering General Education Develop-ment (GED) certificates. GED test takers and certificate holders can nowimmediately download and print their official GED certificates, completewith test scores by visiting http://www.texged.com. GED certificatescan only be obtained through this website. Both the old style certificateand the new Certificate of High School Equivalency are to be recognized,however, TEA will only be issuing the new certificate for examinees.Additionally, in order to increase the level of customer service providedto GED customers, the agency is implementing an improved, decentral-ized process. While TEA will continue to serve as the state administra-tor for GED, the local GED testing centers across the state will now beproviding direct customer service, responding to, and supporting GEDcustomers. Local GED testing centers will serve as the primary informa-tion resource for all GED inquiries.To learn more about obtaining a GED, locating a local GED testing cen-ter, or any other GED-related information, and to order GED certificatesonline, go to http://www.texged.com. Please note that orders for GEDcertificates can only be placed online at this website. For GED custom-ers who do not have access to a computer, please direct them to call1-800-62-MYGED (1-800-626-9433) to find their local GED testing center.Please note that TEA staff will no longer receive or respond to telephoneinquiries regarding GED.TEST PREPARATIONGED REVIEW CEC 7529This course is a general GED review intended for those students who havecompleted the tenth grade and need a basic review before taking the GEDtestbattery.Thisclassisfortestreviewonlyandnotintendedasremediation.This course provides students with a basic math review of whole numbers,decimals,fractions,ratio,proportions,basicalgebraandgeometry.Studentswill practice solving word problems and apply skills reviewed in class toprepare for the GED Mathematics Test.Alief - Bissonnet Campus47611 MW 06/10/13-07/08/13 05:00pm-09:00pm 36 $200 NWACEU TBAGulfton Center47594 S 06/14/13-07/12/13 08:00am-12:00pm 36 $200 SWGULF TBA F 06/14/13-07/12/13 05:00pm-09:00pm SWGULF TBAMissouri City Campus47620 TTh 06/11/13-07/11/13 05:00pm-09:00pm 36 $200 SWMOCC 107Northline Campus47610 SSu 06/15/13-07/13/13 08:00am-12:00pm 36 $200 NENOLN TBASpring Branch Campus47594 F 06/14/13-07/12/13 05:00pm-09:00pm 36 $200 NWSPBR TBA F 06/14/13-07/12/13 08:00am-12:00pm NWSPBR TBA
  14. 14. 12Health CertificatesHCC’s School of Continuing Education (SCE) offers state-of-the-art training in the healthcare field! Whether it is telemetry, phlebotomy, EKG, certifiednurse aide, medical billing and coding or medical records—HCC offers the training to get you into the job field fast! With SCE’s fast-track training, youcan go from unemployed to working in as little as three to nine months in a field that is not only going to put you to work, but help the community inwhich you live.Requirements:Students taking health certificate programs that have direct contact withpatients may be required to meet or obtain the following:• Proof of completion of Hepatitis B vaccine series• Criminal Background Check• Drug Screening• CPR Certification for healthcare provider or professional rescuer• Hospital scrubs and student identification badge• Flu Shot• Current immunizations: Tetanus, Measles, Mumps, Rubella,TB SkinTest, Chicken Pox (Varicella)CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE (CNA )This training prepares you to enter the field of nursing. You will beprepared for entry-level employment in long-term care facilities, doctor’soffices and hospitals. Preparation for licensure/certification.NURA 1001 Certified Nurse Aide 96 hrsTotal 96 hrs - Certificate Cost: $799 (includes state exam fee)For more information: hccs.edu/ce/health or 713.718.7583/7031HEALTH INFORMATION SPECIALISTLearn medical terminology, acronyms, and abbreviations; understanddifferent health insurance plans and procedures, as well as medicalbilling software and claims processing along with coding. Preparation forlicensure/certification.HITT 1005 MedicalTerminology 64 hrsPOFM 1017 Medical Administrative Support 64 hrsHITT 1013 Medical Coding 64 hrsPOFM 1027 Medical Billing 64 hrsOptional CoursesHITT 2000 HIPAA Professional Seminar 8 hrsTotal 256 hrs - Certificate Cost: $1,836For more information: hccs.edu/ce/health or 713.718.8235/2754PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIANThe Phlebotomy Technician is trained to perform a variety of bloodcollection methods. Preparation for licensure/certification.PLAB 1023 Phlebotomy 96 hrsPLAB 1060 Phlebotomy Clinical 120 hrsOptional CoursesPLAB 1091 Phlebotomy Exam Review 8 hrsTotal 216 hrs - Certificate Cost: $1,350For more information: hccs.edu/ce/health or 713.718.7583/7235EKG TECHNICIANEKG technicians are trained to record and monitor the heart’s electricalactivity and to recognize and evaluate heart rhythms. Preparation forlicensure/certification.ECRD 1011 Electrocardiography 64 hrsECRD 1091 EKG Lab 1 - 12 Lead 32 hrsECRD 1091 EKG Lab 2 - StressTesting 24 hrsCVTT 1060 Electrocardiography Clinical 120 hrsOptional CoursesEMSP 1016 12- Lead Interpretation 24 hrsTotal 240 hrs - Certificate Cost: $1,485For more information: hccs.edu/ce/health or 713.718.7583/7235PATIENT CARE TECHNICIANThe Patient Care Technician, also known as a PCT, Level 3, is a nationallyrecognized certification for certified nurse aides with phlebotomy and EKGtraining. Preparation for licensure/certification.NURA 1001 Certified Nurse Aide 96 hrs(Current CNA licensure accepted in lieu of NURA 1001)PLAB 1023 Phlebotomy 96 hrsPLAB 1060 Phlebotomy Clinical 120 hrsECRD 1091 EKG Lab 1 - 12 lead 32 hrsTotal 344 - Certificate Cost: $2,464For more information: hccs.edu/ce/health or 713.718.7583/7235TPEG EligibleTELEMETRY TECHNICIANThe Telemetry Technician is trained to monitor the heart’s electrical activitywithin the medical setting.ECRD 1011 Electrocardiography 64 hrsEMSP 1016 12 - Lead Interpretation 24 hrsCVTT 1060 EKG Clinical 120 hrsTotal 208 - Certificate Cost: $1,170For more information: hccs.edu/ce/health or 713.718.7583/7235http://twitter.com/hccedu
  15. 15. 13NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOMHEALTH -713.718.7583 - hccs.edu/ce/healthHEALTHADMINISTRATIVE MEDICAL SPECIALIST POFM 1017Introduction to basic medical office skills including telephone techniques,filing and indexing, mail handling, appointment scheduling, travel arrange-ments, correspondence and business transactions, and office machines.Prerequisite: Medical TerminologyAlief - Bissonnet Campus79854 MW 08/07/13-10/02/13 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 NWACEU TBAEastside Campus79862 MW 08/07/13-10/02/13 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 SESEWFB TBAWest Loop Center79864 TTh 06/04/13-07/30/13 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 SWWLOP TBA79868 TTh 06/04/13-07/30/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 SWWLOP TBAADVANCED MEDICAL CODING HITT 2046In depth, intensive coverage of ICD and CPT coding by medical spe-cialty, conventions, guidelines and principles as they apply to accuratecoding of complex medical, surgical cases and procedures.West LoopCenter79849 MW 06/03/13-07/10/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 48 $499 SWWLOP TBA79850 MW 08/05/13-09/16/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 48 $499 SWWLOP TBACERTIFIED NURSE AIDE NURA 1001This course prepares you for entry level work in the field of nursing. You willgain the knowledge and skills to safely care for residents/patients/clients,in all health care settings. The class provides special focus on safety, therights of all residents/patients/clients, and the ability to function within aCNA’s Scope of Practice. This tri-level course includes: 1) theory, 2) skillslab, and 3) clinical rotation in a Long Term Care Facility. After successfulcompletion, you are eligible to take the State of Texas Certification Exam.Course fee includes one state exam.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79819 M-Th 06/03/13-07/15/13 09:00am-01:00pm 96 $799 NWACEU 17879820 M-Th 07/15/13-08/22/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 96 $799 NWACEU 178Codwell Hall Campus79828 M-Th 06/03/13-07/15/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 96 $799 NECODW TBAEastside Campus79821 M-Th 06/17/13-07/29/13 09:00am-01:00pm 96 $799 SESEWFB 10679822 M-Th 07/15/13-08/22/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 96 $799 SESEWFB 106Korean Community Center79827 M-Th 06/24/13-08/05/13 09:00am-01:00pm 96 $799 NWKOREA 207South Campus79825 M-Th 06/10/13-07/22/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 96 $799 CEGAYHL 14179826 M-Th 07/08/13-08/15/13 08:30am-12:30pm 96 $799 CEGAYHL 141West Loop Center79823 M-Th 06/03/13-07/15/13 09:00am-01:00pm 96 $799 SWWLOP C20479824 M-Th 07/08/13-08/15/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 96 $799 SWWLOP C204ECG RHYTHM STRIP ANALYSIS ECRD 1091Fundamentals of the structure and analysis of ECG rhythm strips, inter-pretation of basic dysrhythmias, and appropriate treatment interventions.Eastside Campus79833 MW 07/01/13-08/21/13 05:30pm-07:30pm 32 $229 SESEWFB 112EKG LAB 1 12-LEAD ECRD 1091Theory and application of patient assessment and history, vital signs, docu-mentation, and performing a basic 12-lead and 3-lead electrocardiographwith an emphasis on patient preparation and correct lead placement.Eastside Campus79831 MW 06/03/13-07/15/13 07:30pm-10:00pm 32 $315 SESEWFB 112EKG LAB 2 STRESS TESTING ECRD 1091Principles and procedures of stress testing and Holter monitoring. Em-phasis is on patient preparation and instruction, correct lead placement,blood pressure monitoring and appropriate intervention by the cardiactechnician. Clinical significance of abnormalities is discussed.Eastside Campus79832 MW 07/22/13-08/28/13 08:00pm-10:00pm 24 $150 SESEWFB 112ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY (EKG) ECRD 1011This course focuses on the fundamentals of the structure and analysis ofECG rhythm strips, interpretation of basic dysrhythmias, and appropriatetreatmentinterventions. Contentincludesthecardiaccycle,leadplacement,sinus, atria, functional and ventricular rhythms and AV blocks. Practice in-cludes interactive rhythm analysis, interpretation and recognition of cardiacemergencies. Cardiac interventions and medications also covered.Eastside Campus79829 MW 06/03/13-08/28/13 05:00pm-07:30pm 64 $545 SESEWFB 112ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY (EKG) CLINICAL CVTT 1060Health related, work-based learning experience that helps students gainpractical experience in electrocardiography. The emphasis is on practicalwork experience for which the student has already acquired the necessarytheoretical knowledge and basic skills of performing a 12-lead EKG. Directsupervision is provided by the clinical professional within the hospital orclinic, generally a clinical preceptor.Eastside Campus79835 TWTh 06/25/13-08/20/13 01:00am-06:00am 120 $475 SEOCSE79836 TWTh 07/30/13-09/19/13 01:00am-06:00am 120 $475 SEOCSE79837 TWTh 08/27/13-10/17/13 01:00am-06:00am 120 $475 SEOCSEELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS HITT 1011Gain the ability to define operational and strategic objectives for electronicmedical records management. Emphasis is placed upon understanding thehardware and software for proper utilization of processed patient informa-tion for management purposes. Experience comprehensive training in thenew field of the electronic medical record, and hands-on practice with demoversions of electronic medical software.West Loop Center79847 TTh 06/04/13-07/30/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 SWWLOP TBA79848 TTh 08/01/13-09/24/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 SWWLOP TBA
  16. 16. 14NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOMHEALTH -713.718.7583 - hccs.edu/ce/healthHIPAA COMPLIANCE HITT 2000ShorttermclasscoveringvariousaspectsoftheHealthInsurancePortabilityand Accountability ACT (HIPAA).West Loop Center79845 S 07/13/13-07/20/13 09:00am-01:00pm 8 $125 SWWLOP TBA79846 S 08/10/13-08/17/13 09:00am-01:00pm 8 $125 SWWLOP TBAINTRODUCTION TO 12 LEAD ECG EMSP 1016This course includes instruction and practice of interpretation of 12-leadelectrocardiograms. Advanced concepts, including axis deviation, bundlebranchblocks,hypertrophy,myocardialinfarction,medicationandelectrolyteeffects and artificial pacemakers are discussed.Eastside Campus79834 F 07/12/13-08/30/13 06:00pm-09:00pm 24 $150 SESEWFB 112MEDICAL BILLING POFM 1027This course provides practical billing applications using medical software.Learning how to show linkage of coding systems (ICD, CPT, HCPCS, andDSM), you will be able to successfully and accurately submit medical claimsfor reimbursement.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79853 TTh 08/08/13-10/01/13 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 NWACEU TBACentral Campus79869 MW 07/31/13-09/25/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 CEJBW TBACodwell Hall Campus80050 M-Th 06/03/13-06/27/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 NELHUB 216Eastside Campus79861 TTh 08/08/13-10/01/13 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 SESEWFB TBAWest Loop Center79865 MW 07/31/13-09/25/13 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 SWWLOP TBAMEDICAL CODING HITT 1013Prerequisite: Medical Terminology. Provides skills and knowledge in themedical records field for ICD-9 and CPT coding of insurance forms forreimbursement of medical service. Alief - Bissonnet Campus79852 MW 06/10/13-07/31/13 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 NWACEU TBACodwell Hall Campus80051 M-Th 07/01/13-07/29/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 NELHUB 216Eastside Campus79860 MW 06/10/13-07/31/13 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 SESEWFB TBAWest Loop Center79866 TTh 08/01/13-09/24/13 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 SWWLOP TBA79870 TTh 08/01/13-09/24/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 SWWLOP TBAMEDICAL TERMINOLOGY HITT 1005This class will help you become an expert in medical terminology. Knowl-edge of medical terminology is a basic requirement for most careers in thehealth care field. You will be able to identify, spell, and define medical terms.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79851 TTh 06/11/13-08/06/13 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 NWACEU TBAEastside Campus79859 TTh 06/11/13-08/06/13 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 SESEWFB TBAWest Loop Center79863 MW 06/03/13-07/24/13 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 SWWLOP TBA79867 MW 06/03/13-07/24/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 SWWLOP TBAPHLEBOTOMY PLAB 1023This course provides skill development in the performance of a varietyof blood collection methods on adults, children, and infants using propertechniques and standard precautions. Emphasis is on patient identification,infection control and specimen handling. Topics include professionalism,ethics, medical terminology and basic anatomy and physiology relating toblood analysis. Designed for students seeking national certification in phle-botomy. This course is included in the Phlebotomy Technician certificate.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79840 MW 06/03/13-09/09/13 01:00pm-04:30pm 96 $825 NWACEU TBA79839 S 06/08/13-08/24/13 08:00am-03:30pm 96 $825 NWACEU TBA S 09/07/13-09/14/13 08:00am-03:30pm NWACEU TBAEastside Campus79838 Th 06/04/13-09/03/13 05:30pm-09:30pm 96 $825 SESEWFB 112 T 06/04/13-09/03/13 06:00pm-09:30pm SESEWFB 112PHLEBOTOMY CLINICAL PLAB 1060Work based experience that helps students gain practical experience inthe discipline of phlebotomy. Direct supervision is provided by the clinicalprofessional within the hospital or clinic.Eastside Campus79842 TWTh 06/25/13-08/20/13 01:00am-06:00am 120 $525 SEOCSE79843 TWTh 07/30/13-09/19/13 01:00am-06:00am 120 $525 SEOCSE79844 TWTh 08/27/13-10/17/13 01:00am-06:00am 120 $525 SEOCSEPHLEBOTOMY FOR THE HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL PLAB 1091This course is designed for phlebotomy students and phlebotomists cur-rently working in the field who wish to take a national certification exam.Upon successful completion of this course, participants will demonstrateknowledge and understanding of the proper techniques used for quality as-surance, infection prevention, patient identification, professionalism, ethics,and medical terminology.Eastside Campus79841 TTh 07/02/13-08/27/13 06:00pm-08:30pm 40 $325 SESEWFB 112
  17. 17. 15Information Technology CertificatesThe Information Technology (IT) department offers a variety of courses in some of the fastest growing IT fields. HCC offers state-of-the-art training withexpert instructors that will get you out of the classroom and into the workforce in as little as two to nine months. Current starting salaries for jobs in theIT field range from $30,000-$60,000 a year. Register Today!A+ CERTIFICATIONThe A+ Certification is a nationally recognized standard for computertechnicians.ITSC 2040 A+ Certification 72 hrsTotal 72 hrs - Certificate Cost: $517For more information: hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.2798DESKTOP SUPPORT & NETWORKING SPECIALIST PROGRAMTraining covers A+ computer repair and CCNA networking. Students learnhow to repair computers and install, configure, operate, and troubleshootmedium-size route and switched networks.ITSC 2040 A+ Certification 72 hrsITCC 1001 CCNA 1: Exploration I, Network Fundamentals 80 hrsITCC 1004 CCNA 2: Exploration 2, Routing Portocols 80 hrs& ConceptsITCC 2008 CCNA 3: Exploration 3, LAN Switching & Wireless 80 hrsITCC 2010 CCNA 4: Exploration 4, Accessing the WAN 80 hrsTotal 392 hrs - Certificate Cost: $2,937For more information: hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641WIA EligiblePLANT Design MANAGEMENT System (PDMS)These classes concentrate on learning pipe drafting particularly as itapplies to off-shore drilling for the oil, gas and energy industries. PDMS(Plant Design Management System) is 3-D Pipe Drafting software usedmainly for off-shore and on-shore oil and gas industry. PDMS is alsoused for engineering, design and construction projects, chemical andprocess plants, water treatment plants, power plants, paper and pulpmanufacturing. PDMS also has a marine application as well.DFTG 1091 Basics & Functions 16 hrsDFTG 1091 PDMS Equipment 24 hrsDFTG 1091 PDMS Piping 24 hrsDFTG 1091 PDMS Drawing Production, Basic 24 hrsDFTG 1091 PDMS Drawing Production, Advanced 16 hrsDFTG 1091 Intro PDMS Structural 24 hrsDFTG 1091 PDMS Structural, Basic 16 hrsTotal 144 hrs - Certificate Cost: $3,456For more information: hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641WIA EligibleNnetwork + CERTIFICATIONNetwork + Technicians assist in the installation, and maintenance of LANsand/or WANs.CPMT 1049 Network Certification 64 hrsTotal 64 hrs - Certificate Cost: $534For more information: hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641/2798WIA EligibleServer Administrator 2008 MCITP (Microsoft Certified ITProfessional)MCITP (Microsoft Certified IT Professional) Server Administratorcurriculum is a valuable credential for IT professionals working in thesystems administration and design departments of medium-to-largeorganizations. You will learn the skills necessary to install, configure andmaintain the client and server operating systems, monitor performanceand support users as well as effectively design, install, and support avariety of network services, security measures and protocols needed ina managed network. The prerequisites for this program are ITMT 1040Managing & Maintaining a Windows Server 2008 Environment andITMT 1050 Managing & Maintaining a Windows Server 2008 NetworkInfrastructure. Prior Computer Networking experience or Hardware andSoftware training (i.e. A+ Certification) required and ITMT 1040 Managing& Maintaining a Windows Server 2008 Environment.ITMT 2002 Windows Server 2008 Active DirectoryConfiguration 64 hrsITMT 2051 Windows Server 2008 Administration 64 hrsITMT 2001 Windows Server 2008 NetworkInfrastructure Configuration 64 hrsTotal: 192 hrs – Certificate Cost: $2,100For more information:hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641SAPSAP (System Applications and Products in Data Processing) classes aregeared for the professional using SAP in their own work environment,during implementation, upgrade, or maintenance. Classes coverinformation required for various SAP certification exams. Any threeclasses within the SAP curriculum totaling 144 hours will earn aMarketable Skills Award.BMGT 1091 SAP End User Applications 48 hrsACNT 1092 SAP FICO FinancialTraining 48 hrsITSE 1091 SAP Logisitics with Materials Management 48 hrsITSE 1091 SAP Sales and Distribution 48 hrsHRPO 1091 SAP Human Capital Management 48 hrsTotal 288 hrs - Cost Per Course: $1,495For more information: hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641WIA EligibleCCNA-CISCO Certified network associateThe HCC-Cisco Network Academy CCNA Exploration course providesan integrated and comprehensive coverage of networking topics,from fundamentals to advanced applications and services, while
  18. 18. 16NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOMCOMPUTERSA+ CERTIFICATION ITSC 2040Emphasis on microcomputers and required software components. Topicsinclude site preparation; installation procedures; components; power sup-plies; modems; printers; switches; operating, help, and security systems;packaged programs; utilities; languages; and operating procedures. Thisclass prepares the student for the A+ Certification test.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79941 MW 06/10/13-08/21/13 06:00pm-09:15pm 72 $517 NWACEU 13579942 S 07/06/13-08/31/13 08:00am-04:00pm 72 $517 NWACEU 135Eastside Campus79945 TTh 06/18/13-09/03/13 06:00pm-09:15pm 72 $517 SESEWFB 22079946 S 07/06/13-08/31/13 08:00am-04:00pm 72 $517 SESEWFB 220Katy Campus79958 TTh 06/25/13-09/10/13 06:00pm-09:15pm 72 $517 NWKATY 20579959 S 07/13/13-09/07/13 08:00am-04:00pm 72 $517 NWKATY 205North Forest Voc/Tech Campus80016 MW 06/24/13-07/01/13 06:00pm-09:15pm 72 $517 NENFORE TBASpring Branch Campus79961 MW 06/10/13-08/07/13 08:00am-12:00pm 72 $517 NWSPBR 218West Loop Center79949 MW 06/03/13-08/14/13 06:00pm-09:15pm 72 $517 SWWLOP C14479952 S 06/15/13-08/10/13 08:00am-04:00pm 72 $517 SWWLOP C14479951 TTh 06/18/13-09/03/13 06:00pm-09:15pm 72 $517 SWWLOP C144ASP.NET, INTRODUCTION ITSC 1091This course, introduces the student to ASP.NET framework and covers thecreation of web forms, use of server controls and state management. It alsocovers data access in a web environment and the basics of web navigationas well as themes and master pages.Alief - Bissonnet Campus80025 TTh 06/11/13-06/27/13 05:45pm-09:45pm 24 $377 NWACEU 138C#, ADVANCED ITSC 1091This course covers advanced features of the new C# language. Theseinclude applications such as linear regression, mortgage calculators andadvanced file access. Prerequisite: Intermediate C#.Alief - Bissonnet Campus80030 MW 07/01/13-07/17/13 05:45pm-09:45pm 24 $377 NWACEU 138C#, INTERMEDIATE ITSC 1091This course will expand your knowledge of C#. The subjects included arearrays, modifiers, streams, windows programming, events, databases, col-lections and exception handling. Prerequisite: Introduction to C#.Alief - Bissonnet Campus80028 MW 06/10/13-06/26/13 05:45pm-09:45pm 24 $377 NWACEU 138CCNA 1: CISCO EXPLORATION 1 - NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS ITCC 1001Architecture,components,operationofrouters,andprinciplesofroutingandrouting protocols. Analyze, configure, verify, and troubleshoot the primaryrouting protocols RIPv1, RIPv2, EIGRP, and OSPF.West Loop Center80047 MW 06/03/13-08/07/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 80 $605 SWWLOP C14380006 MW 06/03/13-08/07/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 80 $605 SWWLOP C143CCNA 2: CISCO EXPLORATION 2 - ROUTING PROTOCOLS AND CONCEPTS ITCCCCNA 2: CISCO EXPLORATION 2 - ROUTING PROTOCOLS AND CONCEPTS ITCC 1004Introduction to architecture, structure, functions, components, and modelsof the internet use of OSI and TCP layered models and services at the ap-plications, network, data link, and physical layers. Principles and structureof IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, andoperations.West Loop Center80046 TTh 06/18/13-08/27/13 08:00am-12:00pm 80 $605 SWWLOP C14380007 TTh 06/18/13-08/27/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 80 $605 SWWLOP C143CCNA 4: CISCO EXPLORATION 4 - ACCESSING THE WAN ITCC 2010LAN operations and implementation in the LAN environment.Analyze, con-figure, verify, and troubleshoot VLANs, RSTP, VTP, and wireless networks.Layer 3 switching concepts are introduced.West Loop Center80048 TTh 06/11/13-08/20/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 80 $605 SWWLOP C143CCNP TSHOOT ITCC 2056Students will learn how to monitor and maintain complex, enterprise andswitched IP networks. Skills learned include the planning and execution ofregular network maintenance, as well as support and troubleshooting usingtechnology-based processes and best practices based on systematic andindustry recognized approaches.West Loop Center80004 S 07/13/13-10/12/13 08:00am-04:00pm 112 $1017 SWWLOP C143IC3 INTERNET AND COMPUTER CORE CERTIFICATION PREPARATION ITSC 1001The Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3) program is the world’sfirst validated, standards-based training and certification program for basiccomputing and Internet knowledge and skills. Successful completion of IC3ensures you have the knowledge and skills required for basic use of com-puter hardware, software, networks, and the Internet. IC3 is your gatewayto advancement in education, employment, or other certification programs.Itprovidesyouwithpracticalfundamentalknowledgeofpersonalcomputers,including how computers and home/workplace networks work, operatingsystems, basic understanding of word processing, spreadsheets, internetapplications, e-mail communication and integration. Textbook required.North Forest Voc/Tech Campus80012 M-Th 06/03/13-07/15/13 09:00am-01:00pm 48 $212 NENFORE TBAKEYBOARDING, BASIC POFT 1010The student will learn skill development in keyboarding. Emphasis will beon alphabet, number, and symbol keys by touch.Eastside Campus79877 MW 06/17/13-07/10/13 09:00am-01:00pm 24 $160 SETBA TBAKaty Campus79874 MW 06/17/13-07/10/13 09:00am-01:00pm 24 $160 NWKATY 206Managing Maintaining Windows Server 2003 ITMT 1040ManagingMaintainingWindowsServer2003: Thiscoursecoversmanagingaccounts and resources, maintaining server resources, monitoring serverperformance, and safeguarding data in a Microsoft Windows Server 2003environment.Katy Campus80053 TTh 06/11/13-08/06/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 64 $641 NWKATY 206Information Technology - 713.718.2798/7641 - hccs.edu/ce/it
  19. 19. 17NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOMMICROSOFT WINDOWS, INTRODUCTION ITSC 1006A study of microprocessor architecture, file creation / deletion, data entryandmanipulation,automaticfileexecution,configuration,anddirectorycom-mands. Students will learn to recognize differences among microprocessortypes; create, copy, and delete files; enter and edit data; execute programs;and use appropriate file structure commands. This course focuses on thebasicsofcomputercompetency,terminology,multi-tasking,multipleprogramusage and multimedia features in a relaxed and supportive setting.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79908 MW 06/10/13-06/26/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 24 $161 NWACEU 136Katy Campus79906 TTh 07/16/13-08/01/13 09:00am-01:00pm 24 $161 NWKATY 206MS OFFICE SUITE, PROFESSIONALS ITSC 1009Course covers the most commonly used features of the Microsoft OfficeSuite, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79890 TTh 06/18/13-08/13/13 06:00pm-09:00pm 48 $310 NWACEU 136Eastside Campus79895 MW 06/24/13-07/31/13 06:00pm-09:00pm 48 $310 SESEWFB 220Spring Branch Campus79900 MW 07/01/13-08/21/13 06:00pm-09:00pm 48 $310 NWSPBR 218West Loop Center79896 TTh 07/09/13-08/15/13 09:00am-01:00pm 48 $310 SWWLOP C144NETWORK+ CERTIFICATION CPMT 1049Network + Technicians assist in installing, setting up, testing, maintaining,and troubleshooting local area network (LANs) and/or wide area network(WANs). Theyareresponsibleforroutinetaskssuchasaddingnewaccounts,assigning passwords, and keeping a variety of logs. Network + TechnicianscommunicatewithLANManagersorNetworkAnalystsaboutspecificnetworkproblems, and are involved in updating and/or repairing systems.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79929 TTh 06/25/13-08/20/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 64 $534 NWACEU 137Spring Branch Campus79927 MW 06/17/13-08/07/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 64 $534 NWSPBR TBAWest Loop Center79924 S 06/15/13-08/03/13 08:00am-04:00pm 64 $534 SWWLOP C130PDMS BASIC DRAWING PRODUCTION DFTG 1091Students will learn to create and edit basic orthographic drawings fromthe 3D model. They will also be able to complete the drawings using thedimensioning, labeling and 2D applications.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79967 MW 07/29/13-08/14/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 24 $576 NWACEU 136PDMS BASICS & FUNCTIONS DFTG 1091Introduction to ComputerAided Drafting (CAD) Systems Identify CAD hard-ware and software for various types of CAD drafting; determine means ofstoring and sharing databases; and identify the compatibility of CAD draw-ings from various software and operating systems.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79955 MW 06/03/13-06/12/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 16 $384 NWACEU 13679957 TTh 06/11/13-06/20/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 16 $384 NWACEU 136Spring Branch Campus79994 TTh 06/04/13-06/13/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 16 $384 NWSPBR 218PDMS DRAWING PRODUCTION ADVANCED DFTG 1091This 16 hours class will provide students with a thorough knowledge of theAutomated drawing production tools and utilities.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79968 M-Th 08/19/13-08/22/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 16 $384 NWACEU 136PDMS EQUIPMENT DFTG 1091This 24 hour class will provide students with a thorough knowledge of thePDMS tools and commands for modeling steel beams and columns. It willintroduce them to creating and modifying structural hierarchy and SCTNcomponents.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79960 MW 06/17/13-07/03/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 24 $576 NWACEU 136Spring Branch Campus79997 TTh 06/18/13-07/09/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 24 $576 NWSPBR TBAPDMS PIPING DFTG 1091This class will provide students with a general knowledge of the PDMS toolsand commands. This is the backbone of learning to use the PDMS system.It will introduce them to the database hierarchy structure and terminology.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79962 MW 07/08/13-07/24/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 24 $576 NWACEU 136Spring Branch Campus79999 TTh 07/16/13-08/01/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 24 $576 NWSPBR 218PDMS STRUCTURAL ADVANCE DFTG 1091ThisclasswillprovidestudentswithathoroughknowledgeofthePDMStoolsand commands for modeling Draft database elements. It will introduce themto creating and modifying draft hierarchy and individual drawing elements.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79964 TTh 06/25/13-07/16/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 24 $576 NWACEU 136PDMS STRUCTURAL BASIC DFTG 1091ThisclasswillprovidestudentswithathoroughknowledgeofthePDMStoolsand commands for modeling Pipes and Piping components. It will introducethem to creating and modifying piping hierarchy and individual components.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79965 TTh 07/23/13-08/08/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 16 $384 NWACEU 136SAP END USER APPLICATIONS BMGT 1091A hands-on review of the major areas of human resources as illustratedthrough using PeopleSoft enterprise resource software applications.Alief - Bissonnet Campus80022 S 06/08/13-07/13/13 08:00am-04:00pm 48 $1495 NWACEU 13580026 MW 06/17/13-07/24/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 48 $1495 NWACEU 135Information Technology - 713.718.2798/7641 - hccs.edu/ce/it
  20. 20. 18NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOMSAP FICO FINANCIAL TRAINING ACNT 1092A study of accounting concepts and their application in transaction analysisand financial statement preparation. Emphasis on the accounting cycle forservice and merchandising enterprises.Alief - Bissonnet Campus80038 S 07/20/13-08/24/13 08:00am-04:00pm 48 $1495 NWACEU 135SAP HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT (HCM) HRPO 2005This overview introduces managers and human resource professionals tothe theories and concepts of OD, helps them develop an OD vocabulary,and builds the skills and tools necessary to apply OD solutions.Alief - Bissonnet Campus80039 MW 08/05/13-09/16/13 08:00am-04:00pm 48 $1495 NWACEU 135SAP LOGISTICS WITH MATERIALS MANAGEMENT & PRODUCTION PLANNING ITSE 1091This SAP training will teach the student how to implement large scaleEnterprise Systems, concentrating on Logistics, Materials Management& Production Planning. The methodology covers initial project inceptionthru data conversions, Materials Management, Production Planning, Sales& Distribution, and other ERP Integrated areas. The configuration will becovered in detail.West Loop Center80035 S 07/20/13-08/24/13 08:00am-04:00pm 48 $1495 SWWLOP C130SAP SALES AND DISTRIBUTION BMGT 1092This course will teach the students how to implement large scales Enter-prise Systems, concentrating on Sales and Distribution. This class coversenterprise structure, quote to cash full cycle experience and integration withvarious other SAP module including FICO, MM, PP and others.Katy Campus80036 F 06/07/13-07/12/13 12:00pm-08:00pm 48 $1495 NWKATY 206SAP SECURITY TRAINING ITSY 1091SAPSecurityTrainingwillteachthestudenthowtousetheadvancedsystemand process data for system security according to best practice businessprocesses. The system integration areas are also covered. Topics includethe basics of advanced system design, utilizing fields, adding and modify-ing records, user groups, sorting and using data entry screens and printedreports.Completetrainingdocumentationmaterialsaredeliveredtostudents.West Loop Center80037 F 07/26/13-08/30/13 12:00pm-08:00pm 48 $1495 SWWLOP C130Security + Certification ITSY 1000Basic information security goals of availability, integrity, accuracy, and con-fidentiality. Vocabulary and terminology specific to the field of informationsecurity are discussed.Katy Campus80055 S 05/15/13-08/03/13 08:00am-04:00pm 48 $641 NWKATY 206Server 2008 Network Configuration ITms 2001A course in Windows Server 2008 networking infrastructure to includeinstallation, configuration, and troubleshooting of Internet Protocol (IP) ad-dressing, network services and security.Alief - Bissonnet Campus80054 S 06/10/13-07/31/13 08:00am-04:00pm 64 $700 NWACEU 135STRATA-INTRODUCTION TO HARDWARE & SOFTWARE ITSC 1010Emphasis on microcomputers and required software components. Topicsinclude site preparation; installation procedures; components; power sup-plies; modems; printers; switches; operating, help, and security systems;packaged programs; utilities; languages; and operating procedures.North Forest Voc/Tech Campus80015 TTh 07/23/13-08/08/13 09:00am-01:00pm 24 $672 NENFORE TBAInformation Technology - 713.718.2798/7641 - hccs.edu/ce/itCCNA-CISCO Certified network associateThe HCC-Cisco Network Academy CCNA Exploration course providesan integrated and comprehensive coverage of networking topics,from fundamentals to advanced applications and services, whileproviding opportunities for hands-on practical experience and soft-skillsdevelopment.ITCC-1001 CCNA Exploration 1 - Network Fundamentals 80 hrsITCC-1004 CCNA Explortion 2 - Routing, Protocols & Concepts 80 hrsITCC-2008 CCNA Exploration 3 - LAN Switching & Wireless 80 hrsITCC-2010 CCNA Exploration 4 - Accessing the WAN 80 hrsTotal 240 hrs -Total Cost: $2,420For more information:hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641CCNP-CISCO Certified network ProfessionalThe HCC Cisco Network Academy CCNP curriculum is designed forstudents seeking career oriented, enterprise-level networking skills. TheCCNP course set helps students develop the skills needed to succeed ininformation and communication technology careers and prepare for theglobally recognized and respected Cisco CCNP certification.ITCC-2054 CCNP-ROUTE Implementing IP Routing 112 hrsITCC-2055 CCNP-SWITCH Implementing IP Switching 96 hrsITCC-2056 CCNP-TSHOOT Maintaining &TroubleshootingIP Networks 112 hrsTotal 320 hrs -Total Cost: $3,051For more information:hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641CCNA-securityThe HCC-Cisco Networking Academy CCNA Security course provides anext step for individuals who want to enhance their CCNA-level skill setand help meet the growing demand for network security professionals.Note: Current CCNA certification, CCNA-level knowledge or successfulcompletion of CCNA Semester 4 of a Cisco Network Academy is required.ITCC-2041 CCNA-Security Implementing Cisco IOS NetworkSecurity 80 hrsTotal 80 hrs - Cost: $805For more information:hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641Cisco Academy at HCC
  21. 21. 19Languages and CitizenshipIZENshipStudy with us and get ahead in your career! Take a placement test for ourEnglish language programs. Call or visit us (in person or online) and enrolltoday! Placement test is required for all new students.We offer a placement assessment and introductory, intermediateand advanced courses to improve English-language learning andcommunication (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) at work.Become fluent and proficient in English. Day and evening classes beginevery six to eight weeks, so enroll today. Our courses are organized to followsuccessful completion from one level to another.Courses: Basic English Language Skill COMG 1000 60 hrsEnglish Language Skills COMG 1001 60 hrsEnglish Language Skills 2 COMG 1004 60 hrsEnglish Language Skills 3 COMG 1005 60 hrsEnglish Language Skills 4 COMG 1007 60 hrsEnglish Language Skills 5 COMG 1008 60 hrsCost: $260 per courseIntroductory, Intermediate and Advanced CoursesListening and Speaking (Introductory) COMG 1091 48 hrsListening and Speaking (Intermediate) COMG 1091 48 hrsListening and Speaking (Advanced 1 & 2) COMG 1091 60 hrsCost: $250 (48 Hrs.) and $260 (60 Hrs.)English Reading and Writing (Introductory) COMG 1091 48 hrsEnglish Reading and Writing (Intermediate) COMG 1091 48 hrsEnglish Reading and Writing (Advanced) COMG 1091 48 hrsCost: $250 (48 Hrs.)Pronunciation Skills (Introductory A & B) COMG 1015 22 hrsPronunciation Skills (Intermediate A & B) COMG 1015 22 hrsPronunciation Skills (Intermediate) COMG 1015 48 hrsCost: $122 (22 Hrs.) and $250 (48 Hrs.)Grammar Skills – Part 1 COMG 1091 48 hrsGrammar Skills – Part 2 COMG 1091 48 hrsCost: $250 (48 Hrs.)Workplace EnglishHouston Community College has developed Innovative Workplace Englishprograms to help students who are English language learners enroll inHCC’s technical or skills training courses.Students must possess an intermediate level of English language skills toqualify for Workplace English in these areas:• Air ConditioningTechnicians• AutomotiveTechnicians• Certified Nurse Aides• Computer Support Specialists• Cosmetology• Drawing and Drafting• House Wiring• Industry Safety• WeldingTechnicianPlacement Test & Contact InformationDaniel Benitez, 713.718.7581daniel.benitez@hccs.eduWorkplace SpanishSpanish communication skills for the Workplace-Introductory isfor students who want to learn the Spanish language for bettercommunication with business customers and Spanish-speakingcommunities. Improve your listening, speaking, reading, and writing skillsin the Spanish language. You can do your own online practice!U.S. Citizenship and U.S. Residency Test PreparationThe U.S. Residency Test Preparation class is for students interested intest preparation for U.S. Residency status through the U.S. Citizenshipand Immigration Services. Instruction for the test preparation for U.S.residency is conducted in the Spanish and English language; it is forstudents who are at a low-beginning level. The course emphasis is on theverbal interview, U.S. History and government, etc.The U.S. Citizenship Test Preparation class will be taught in the Englishlanguage. The focus is on the interview/verbal component of the U.S.Citizenship Test and interview, which is based on the 100 questions andanswers list. You will learn about U.S. History, american government,civics, and vocabulary. This course is conducted in English and requiresLevel 3 Placement Test. For more information call 713.718.7581.For Orientation Dates and Times,Please visit our website athccs.edu/ce/languages or call713.718.7581Careerwithapurpose!Does Helping People Make You Happy?Then A Career in The MedicalField IS RIGHT FOR YOU!Train to be a EKG Technician in just 8 weeks!Classes Start soon!For more information, pleasecall: 713.718.7583/7235or hccs.edu/ce/health
  22. 22. 20Programa para el aprendizaje de ingles¡Estudie con nosotros y supérese! Tome un examen de ubicaciónpara nuestros programas de inglés. Llame o visítenos (en persona o línea)e inscríbase hoy mismo! Para más información contacte una de nuestrasmúltiples localidades.Ofrecemos examen de ubicación y cursos básicos, intermedio, yavanzados para mejorar el aprendizaje y la comunicación (auditiva,oral, lectura, y escritura) del inglés.Con nuestro programa usted podrá mejorar su comunicación en eltrabajo. Adquiera fluidez y dominio del inglés. Las clases del día y de latarde comienzan cada seis u ocho semanas.Inscríbase hoy.Nuestros cursos están organizados para ir aumentando el dominio delas destrezas lingüísticas de un nivel a otro. Los cursos por nivel seenfocan en las siguientes destrezas comunicativas de inglés que incluyenescuchar, hablar, leer y escribir.Cursos disponibles Aprendizaje de inglés—curso básico/ introductorioAprendizaje de inglés 1 COMG 1001 60 hrsAprendizaje de inglés 2 COMG 1004 60 hrsAprendizaje de inglés 3 COMG 1005 60 hrsAprendizaje de inglés 4 COMG 1007 60 hrsAprendizaje de inglés 5 COMG 1008 60 hrsPrecio: $260 por cursoFechas para la orientación y horarios,por favor visite nuestro sitio webhccs.edu/ce/languages o llame al713.718.7581Languages and CitizenshipIZENshipClases intermedias y avanzadasClases introductorias, intermedias y avanzadasCOMG 1091 48 hrsCompetencia auditiva y oral (Introductorio) COMG 1091 48 hrsCompetencia auditiva y oral (intermedio) COMG 1091 48 hrsCompetencia auditiva y oral (avanzado 1 y 2) COMG 1091 60 hrsPrecio: $250 (por 48 horas) o $260 (por 60 horas)Lectura y redacción (introductorio) COMG 1091 48 hrsLectura y redacción (intermedio) COMG 1091 48 hrsLectura y redacción (avanzado) COMG 1091 48 hrsPrecio: $250 (por 48 horas)Pronunciación (introductorio A y B) COMG 1015 22 hrsPronunciación (intermedio A y B) COMG 1015 22 hrsPronunciación (intermedio) COMG 1015 48 hrsPrecio: $122 (por 22 horas) o $250 (por 48 horas) Gramática (nivel 1) COMG 1091 48 hrsGramática (nivel 2) COMG 1091 48 hrsPrecio: $250 (por 48 horas)LANGUAGES - 713.718.7581 - hccs.edu/ce/languagesNO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOMLANGUAGESBASIC ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS COMG 1000The purpose of this Basic English Language Skills course is to introducestudents to workplace English skills. Oral and listening skills and con-versational fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplacecommunication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening,pronunciation, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. Thecourse is for the adult learner who has had very little or no exposure to theEnglish language.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79984 M-Th 06/18/13-07/30/13 06:30pm-09:00pm 60 $260 NWACEU TBAGulfton Center79969 M-Th 06/12/13-07/24/13 06:30pm-09:00pm 60 $260 SWGULF TBAKaty Campus79995 TWTh 06/18/13-08/01/13 07:00pm-10:00pm 60 $260 NWKATY TBAENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS 1 COMG 1001ThepurposeofthisEnglishLanguageSkills1courseistointroducestudentsto workplace English skills. Oral and listening skills and conversational flu-encyareemphasizedineverydaypublicandworkplacecommunication. Theinstruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening, pronunciation, writing,numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. The course is for the adultlearner who has had very little or no exposure to the English language.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79985 M-Th 06/18/13-07/30/13 08:30am-11:00am 60 $260 NWACEU TBAGulfton Center79970 M-Th 06/12/13-07/24/13 02:00pm-04:30pm 60 $260 SWGULF TBA79971 M-Th 06/12/13-07/24/13 06:30pm-09:00pm 60 $260 SWGULF TBAKaty Campus79996 M-Th 06/18/13-07/30/13 09:00am-11:30am 60 $260 NWKATY TBASpring Branch Campus79980 M-Th 06/03/13-07/15/13 08:30am-11:00am 60 $260 NWSPBR TBA
  23. 23. 21NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOMLANGUAGES - 713.718.7581 - hccs.edu/ce/languagesKaty Campus80003 TWTh 06/18/13-08/01/13 07:00pm-10:00pm 60 $260 NWKATY TBASpring Branch Campus79983 M-Th 06/03/13-07/15/13 08:30am-11:00am 60 $260 NWSPBR TBAENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS 5 COMG 1008The purpose of this English Language Skills 5 course is to increase stu-dents’ knowledge of workplace English skills. Oral and listening skills andconversational fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplacecommunication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening,pronunciation, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. Thecourse is for the adult learner who has intermediate-level knowledge of theEnglish language.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79989 M-Th 06/18/13-07/30/13 06:30pm-09:00pm 60 $260 NWACEU TBACinco Ranch79992 M-Th 06/18/13-07/30/13 09:00am-11:30am 60 $260 NWCNCO TBAGulfton Center79977 M-Th 06/12/13-07/24/13 06:30pm-09:00pm 60 $260 SWGULF TBAKaty Campus80005 TWTh 06/18/13-08/01/13 07:00pm-10:00pm 60 $260 NWKATY TBAGRAMMAR SKILLS WORKSHOP 1 COMG 1091The purpose of this Grammar Skills-Part I course is to increase students’academicknowledgeofWorkplaceEnglishLanguageGrammarSkillsthroughvocabulary, listening, speaking, reading and writing exercises. Students willengage in informative content related to workplace skills needed for jobproductivity and control of the English Language. The course is for the adultlearner who has intermediate level knowledge of the English Language.Gulfton Center79979 TWTh 06/12/13-07/18/13 06:00pm-09:00pm 48 $250 SWGULF TBALISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS-ADVANCED LEVEL 1 COMG 1091The purpose of this English & Speaking Skills , Advanced Level 1 courseis to increase student’s knowledge of academic and workplace Englishlistening and speaking skills.Gulfton Center79978 M-Th 06/12/13-07/24/13 06:30pm-09:00pm 60 $260 SWGULF TBAPRONUNCIATION SKILLS - INTERMEDIATE COMG 1091This intermediate-level course is designed with workplace-related topics toguide improvement of pronunciation skills for job success and professionaldevelopment. Emphasis will be placed on engaging activities and a com-municative,interactiveapproachtorefinelisteningandself-monitoringskills.Studentswillincreasetheirpronunciationaccuracyandrefineoralproductionand interpretation of business-related context and content for enhanced jobproductivity and control of the English language. Students will learn to ar-ticulate accurate pronunciation of U.S. English sound systems in job-relatedcontexts, identify words and phrases commonly mispronounced, and useeye-contact and tonal inflection to communicate clearly in the workplace.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79990 M-Th 06/18/13-07/30/13 09:00am-11:00am 48 $250 NWACEU TBACinco Ranch79993 M-Th 06/18/13-07/30/13 12:00pm-02:00pm 48 $250 NWCNCO TBAENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS 2 COMG 1004The purpose of this English Language Skills 2 course is to increase stu-dents’ knowledge of workplace English skills. Oral and listening skills andconversational fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplacecommunication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening,pronunciation, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. Thecourse is for the adult learner who has some level knowledge of the Englishlanguage.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79986 M-Th 06/18/13-07/30/13 06:30pm-09:00pm 60 $260 NWACEU TBAGulfton Center79972 M-Th 06/12/13-07/24/13 06:30pm-09:00pm 60 $260 SWGULF TBAKaty Campus79998 M-Th 06/18/13-07/30/13 09:00am-11:30am 60 $260 NWKATY TBA80000 TWTh 06/18/13-08/01/13 07:00pm-10:00pm 60 $260 NWKATY TBASpring Branch Campus79981 M-Th 06/03/13-07/15/13 08:30am-11:00am 60 $260 NWSPBR TBAENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS 3 COMG 1005The purpose of this English Language Skills 3 course is to increase stu-dents’ knowledge of workplace English skills. Oral and listening skills andconversational fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplacecommunication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening,pronunciation, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. Thecourse is for the adult learner who has some knowledge of the Englishlanguage.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79987 M-Th 06/18/13-07/30/13 08:30am-11:00am 60 $260 NWACEU TBAGulfton Center79973 M-Th 06/12/13-07/24/13 02:00pm-04:30pm 60 $260 SWGULF TBA79974 M-Th 06/12/13-07/24/13 06:30pm-09:00pm 60 $260 SWGULF TBAKaty Campus80001 M-Th 06/18/13-07/30/13 09:00am-11:30am 60 $260 NWKATY TBA80002 TWTh 06/18/13-08/01/13 07:00pm-10:00pm 60 $260 NWKATY TBASpring Branch Campus79982 M-Th 06/03/13-07/15/13 08:30am-11:00am 60 $260 NWSPBR TBAENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS 4 COMG 1007The purpose of this English Language Skills 4 course is to increase stu-dents’ knowledge of workplace English skills. Oral and listening skills andconversational fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplacecommunication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening,pronunciation, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. Thecourse is for the adult learner who has intermediate-level knowledge of theEnglish language.Alief - Bissonnet Campus79988 M-Th 06/18/13-07/30/13 08:30am-11:00am 60 $260 NWACEU TBACinco Ranch79991 M-Th 06/18/13-07/30/13 09:00am-11:30am 60 $260 NWCNCO TBAGulfton Center79975 M-Th 06/12/13-07/24/13 02:00pm-04:30pm 60 $260 SWGULF TBA79976 M-Th 06/12/13-07/24/13 06:30pm-09:00pm 60 $260 SWGULF TBA
  24. 24. 22Physical Therapy AideIn this program, you will master all the skills you need to begin acareer as a physical therapy aide. You will learn what physical therapyentails, identify the responsibilities of a PT aide, and develop a workingknowledge of anatomy and medical terminology. In addition, you will geta solid grounding in patient care skills, infection control, and the legaland ethical regulations that affect healthcare providers. By the end of theprogram, you will be fully prepared to obtain an entry-level position as aPT aide in a healthcare facility.CEC 7410 150 hrsTotal 150 hrs - Certificate Cost: $1,895For more information: hccs.edu/ce or 713.718.5149Project ManagementAre you looking for a high-paying career with a bright future? The fieldof project management is growing exponentially, and so is the demandfor highly qualified project management professionals. Project managersare needed in all industries, from construction and manufacturing toaerospace and telecommunications. In this program, you will master theskills you need to get started in project management or take your careerto the next level. You will also complete the 35 hours of formal projectmanagement education that are a prerequisite for taking the CertifiedAssociate in Project Management (CAPM) or Project ManagementProfessional (PMP) certification exam. This state-of-the-art programis fully compliant with the current edition of the Guide to ProjectManagement Body of Knowledge (PMBOK).CEC 7640 40 hrsTotal 40 hrs - Certificate Cost: $1,695For more information: hccs.edu/ce or 713.718.5149Video Game Design and DevelopmentThe Video Game Design and Development Online Training Program isthe place to start if you are seeking a professional career as a videogame designer and developer. This program is also well-suited forenthusiastic amateurs and gamers looking to explore this exciting field asa recreational endeavor. The textbook is included.CEC 7235 500 hrsTotal 500 hrs - Certificate Cost: $1,995For more information: hccs.edu/ce or 713.718.5149web applications developerThis course will give you the knowledge you need to create dynamic data-base-driven websites using the latest technologies. You will master basicHTML, learn CSS for designing pages, and discover how to make yourpages more dynamic with JavaScript. You will also learn the fundamentalsof PHP, SQL, XML, and Ajax. Once you have successfully completed thiscourse, you will be prepared to enter the job market where Web Applica-tions Developers are in high demand and earn rewarding salaries.CEC 9682 360 hrsTotal 360 hrs - Certificate Cost: $2,395 (all materials included)For more information: hccs.edu/ce or 713.718.5149Online Continuing Education CertificatesWith Houston Community College’s Online Continuing Education certificate courses, you will acquire new professional skills, advance your career goals,and realize your creative potential. Online continuing education includes certification preparation, workforce professional development and in-demandskills training courses. Whether your interest is to pursue a new career field or add new job skills, online is a dynamic and convenient way for youto learn new subjects. All courses can be completed between six weeks to six months with monthly enrollment start dates available. Further youreducation today!ADMINiSTRATIVE MEDICAL SPECiALIST W/ MEDICAL BILLING & CODING +MEDICAL TERMINOLOGYThis course will give you the skills to find the job you are looking for asan administrative medical specialist, a medical receptionist, scheduler,insurance specialist, or diagnostic or procedural coder, and even teachesskills in medical office management. Upon completion of this course,you will be eligible to sit for two National Health Careers Associationexams: the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) exam and theCertified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) exam.CEC 9658 360 hrsTotal 360 hrs - Certificate Cost: $2,495 (all materials included)For more information: hccs.edu/ce or 713.718.5149Administrative Professional with Microsoft Office 2010 MasterGet the training to become an administrative professional and prepareto become a certified Microsoft Office 2010 Master at the same time.The Microsoft Office 2010 Master training will teach you how to use theentire suite of programs: Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint, whilepreparing you for certification.CEC 1002 380 hrsTotal 380 hrs - Certificate Cost: $1,995For more information: hccs.edu/ce or 713.718.5149Entrepreneurship: Start-up and Business Owner ManagementThe Entrepreneurship: Start-up and Business Owner Management OnlineTraining Program provides an excellent foundation for not just the start-upbusiness owner, but also for business owners and managers who wantto gain a further understanding of some of the fundamental principlesassociated with owning and operating a start-up or established business.You will grow in your understanding of financial and accounting terms,gain confidence and improve your communication skills, and explore thebasics of running a business in accordance with legal requirements. It isnever been easier to get your own business up and running!CEC 9620 360 hrsTotal 360 hrs - Certificate Cost: $2,095For more information: hccs.edu/ce or 713.718.5149ParalegalThe Paralegal Online Training Program will prepare you for success inthis growing career field. You will learn about the American legal system,how to conduct legal research and legal interviews, how to perform legalanalyses, and more. Your training will prepare you to become a legalsecretary or paralegal and to take the certification exam. All materials areincluded!CEC 7619 300 hrsTotal 300 hrs - Certificate Cost: $1,995For more information: hccs.edu/ce or 713.718.5149

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