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MEC211
Participants will learn the basics of SMAW in accordance with the AWS (American Welding Society) D1.1 standard. Topics covered include weld terminology, Oxyfuel welding setup, Arc welding processes and safety, OSHA standards, visual inspection as well as several types of welds. Participants will also be introduced to GMAW and GTAW. AWS certification is offered to those students who pass qualification. Passing of the AWS 3G and 4G 1" testing also qualifies the student for the New York City welding license. Training is taught in a blended format of 180 hours of classroom and lab, with an additional online learning component. All books and materials included. Each student will be given a jacket, and gloves. Helmet and Certification fee not included. for more information call 631-851-6200.
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$3,895.00
MEC212
This course will cover the overall operation of a CNC (Computer Numeric Controller) machine. Topics include safety, measurement tools, processes, production, setup, loading tools, offsets, developing and loading a program, and inspecting a part. Training is taught in a blended format of 180 hours of classroom and lab, with an additional online learning component. Additionally, after successful completion of all class testing, the student will receive the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) Mill Operator and CNC Lathe Operator certifications. All necessary books and materials are included. For more information, call 631-851-6200.
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$3,895.00
WFD100
Students in the Solar program will receive a wide-range of classroom and hands-on, in the field training that will provide them with the education and knowledge of Grid connected and off-Grid solar power systems, home based and commercial installations. Graduates of the Solar Installer course will receive OSHA-10 and a Suffolk certification, boosting graduates’ marketability to employers.
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$50.00
XAH112
This course trains students to give CPR and use an automated external defibrillator (AED) in a safe, timely, and effective manner. Students will learn how to perform high-quality CPR on an adult, learn the concepts of the Chain of Survival and recognize when someone needs CPR. The course demonstrates how to use an AED on an adult. It is designed for individuals with limited or no medical training who need a course completion card in CPR and AED use to meet job, regulatory, or other requirements. This course is ideal for correctional officers, childcare workers, security guards, maintenance workers, school personnel, hotel housekeepers, and health and fitness club staff. (1 meeting)
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$99.00
XAH120
This 120-hour Dietary Managers Program is a two-semester course that trains and educates food service managers. This course has been granted full approval by the Association of Nutrition and Food Service Professionals (ANFP). Graduates are eligible for membership in the ANFP and may take the National Certification Examination for Dietary Managers. Supervisors, cooks and other dietary personnel who have demonstrated leadership potential are eligible to enroll in the program, (60 hours of instruction plus field work).
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$699.00
XAH125
The American Heart Association's (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS) course is designed for health care professionals and other personnel who need to know how to perform CPR and other basic cardiovascular life support skills for adults, children and infants, using both single-rescuer and team basic life support skills, in a wide variety of in-facility and prehospital settings. Emphasis will also be placed on High-quality CPR and team dynamics. Upon completion, students will receive a BLS Course Completion Card, valid for two years. Prior to class, students are responsible for purchasing their own manual, the Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Manual, AHA Product Number: 15-1010 or ISBN#: 978-1-61669-407-4.
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$99.00
XAH126
This course reviews skills and offers practice and testing to renew BLS Certification.
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$79.00
XAH127
This course trains students to provide first aid and CPR, and use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) in a safe, timely, and effective manner. This course is designed for individuals with little or no medical training who need a course completion card for their job, to meet regulatory requirements, or to be prepared for an emergency in any setting. Students will also learn first aid basics and gain insight into medical emergencies; injury emergencies; environmental emergencies; opioid-associated, life-threatening emergencies; and preventing illness and injury. (1 meeting)
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$129.00
XAH128
The blood-borne pathogens course teaches students to protect themselves and others from being exposed to blood or blood-containing materials. Students will learn how to act quickly and safely, clean the area that has blood or blood-containing materials, and tell their supervisor about the incident. This course is designed for correctional officers, childcare workers, security guards, maintenance workers, school personnel, hotel housekeepers, health and fitness club staff, tattoo artists, or anyone with a reasonable chance of coming into contact with blood-borne pathogens. (1 meeting)
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$96.00
XAH129
This course trains students on how to respond to and manage illnesses and injuries in a child or infant in the first few minutes after an emergency, until professional help arrives. Students will learn first aid basics, including how to handle medical, injury, poison and environmental emergencies; allergic reactions; breathing problems and dehydration; diabetes and low blood sugar; heat- and cold-related emergencies; drowning; amputations; bites and stings; and broken bones and sprains. This course also covers splinters; nose bleeds; fainting; seizures; and injuries to the head, eyes, neck, spine, mouth and teeth. Students will learn CPR and AED use for choking, CPR and AED use for children and infants, and child and infant choking prevention. This course is designed for anyone involved in childcare who has a duty to respond to illnesses and injuries that may occur in children or infants in the first few minutes after an emergency, until professional help arrives. This course is ideal for childcare workers, teachers, camp counselors, babysitters and nannies.
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$99.00
XAH150
This course meets the training requirements of Chapter 786 of the Education Laws of 1992, as amended, which established a new requirement for all dentists, dental hygienists, licensed practical and registered nurses, optometrists, and podiatrists. The law states that these professionals who completed coursework or training in infection control on or before July 1, 1994, must update this information every four years thereafter and attest compliance to the State Education Department with every application. All physicians, physician assistants, and special assistants must attest compliance to the Department of Health. The required documentation will be supplied to all participants. Please bring your license/permit/control or certificate number to the workshop.
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$50.00
XAH510
This is a two-semester program. Students will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to obtain employment in pharmacies under the supervision of registered pharmacists or licensed pharmacy technicians. Students must possess a high school diploma or a High School Equivalency diploma. Field placement is required. Note: Class will meet online, except for labs.
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$1,695.00
XBC101
This course will introduce trades people to the fundamentals of understanding the information provided on construction drawings. This course will cover interpretation of architectural, mechanical, electrical, and site plans and the coordination between them. Students will dissect a working set of commercial plans as well as be encouraged to present their own plans for the class to analyze as a group. The differences between schematic drawings, construction drawings, shop drawings, and as-built drawings will be discussed. (4 meetings)
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$159.00
XBM107
Leadership in the workplace refers to the ability to guide others toward institutional goals. Learn why leadership is important; how to identify various leadership strategies; how to employ motivational strategies and problem-solving techniques; and the importance of team building. (3 meetings)
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$185.00
XBM113
Students will learn how to choose product lines; identify target markets; find customers; organize a distribution network; prepare a business plan; ensure prompt payment; arrange international transportation and insurance; prepare simple agreements; cope with fluctuating exchange rates; adapt products and prices to target market conditions; and become familiar with U.S. Customs Regulations. Students will learn how to use the internet to access trade information from the Department of Commerce. (1 meeting)
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$99.00
XBM142
Students will learn how to develop and deliver effective presentations. Public speaking and presenting are often cited as major personal fears. Yet today, these skills are essential to success. Understand the basics of knowing your audience and content material and how to use technology to support your presentation. (4 meetings)
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$108.00
XBM144
Students will learn how to manage conflict productively using role playing, small group exercises, and class discussions. After this workshop, you will be able to: recognize and define conflict; compare and contrast the four major conflict styles; recognize personality types with which you may clash; develop specific strategies for managing conflict; and develop communication skills for managing conflict. (2 meetings)
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$95.00
XBM212
Students will explore how to best support and manage a team through communication; motivational principles; problem-solving and decision-making; and positive discipline and reward. (4 meetings)
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$135.00
XBM213
Students will learn how to lead meetings and brainstorming sessions while building consensus. This introductory course includes the proven approach and technique to successful facilitation. It includes setting ground rules, motivating and managing, consensus building, problem solving, evaluation, and implementation planning. (3 meetings)
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$175.00
XBM214
Students will learn how to construct a solid framework and develop strategies for long-range vision and problem-solving, while serving as a member of a team. (1 meeting)
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$54.00
XBM260
This course will introduce the student to the Lean Six Sigma method for improving customer value, reducing defects in production, and eliminating waste. Quality management tools such as Value Stream Mapping, Cause and Effect Diagramming, Statistical Process Controls, and Kanban will be taught and explored through practical applications. This course serves as an introduction to Lean Six Sigma - no previous knowledge or experience is required. Students completing this course will be prepared for an optional Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification. This course also serves as a springboard for further study toward more advanced Green and Black Belt certifications. (4 meetings)
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$159.00
XBM320
This is a first course in project management for students with no prior-related education or experience. Students completing this class will learn project management methodology, techniques, and best practices that can be applied immediately in the workplace. The course will cover ProjectScope; schedule; budget; human resources; communication; quality risk; contracts; integration; and stockholder management. Completion of this class will fulfill the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) educational requirement to be able to sit for the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) Exam. Students are required to purchase, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge: PMBOK Guide, 6th Edition, by the Project Management Institute (ISBN 978-1628253825). (6 meetings)
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$299.00
XBS066
This comprehensive basic skills and college preparation course is a complete program that provides the student with individualized assessment; 90 hours of instruction; computer lab time; practice tests; and an opportunity to apply to sit for the GED exam. Students are required to purchase a text, GED Test Prep Plus 2022-2023: 2 Practice Tests + Proven Strategies + Online (Kaplan Test Prep) (ISBN 978-1506277356). All students must be 18 years of age or older to register for these classes. For additional information, call 631-451-4926.
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$155.00
XBS110
Learn the art of oral communication and leave all fears behind. Learn exercises to identify and overcome fears, practice in a variety of communication situations and develop the confidence for more effective communication in any setting. (8 meetings)
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$144.00
XCA101
This introductory course covers creating a document; saving and retrieving it; massaging the text; modifying its appearance; and printing. Many of the most commonly used features of word processing, including underlining, bold printing, justifying and centering text will be covered. Prerequisite: XCO116 or equivalent knowledge. (4 meetings) (1.0 CEU)
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$99.00
XCA105
This course provides hands-on experience for the creation of electronic spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel. Topics include the basics of spreadsheet design and use of statistical and financial functions to produce reports. Prerequisite: XCO116 or equivalent knowledge. (4 meetings) (1.5 CEUs)
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$165.00
XCA110
Take control of your data with an introduction to this full-featured Microsoft database program used for manipulating data. Students will learn how to construct a new database, create a table, and import data from Excel for analysis. Prerequisite: XCO116 or equivalent knowledge. (4 meetings) (1.5 CEUs)
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$165.00
XCA125
Students will learn how to develop exciting presentation materials, including a computer slide show. This introductory course covers button bars, wizards, text, formats, and slide construction. Prerequisite: XCO116. (3 meetings) (1.0 CEU)
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$99.00
XCA135
Students will learn how to use the popular Microsoft Office package that includes Word (word processing), Excel (spreadsheet), PowerPoint (presentation) and Access (database management). (4 meetings) (1.5 CEU)
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$135.00
XCA201
This course builds upon Introduction to Microsoft Word – Part I and covers creating tables and columns, simple document merges, and form letters for different paper sizes. Prerequisite: XCA101. (4 meetings) (1.2 CEUs)
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$130.00
XCA205
This course covers topics such as data management, template manipulation, file manipulation and management, and ribbon management. Prerequisite: XCA105. (4 meetings) (1.5 CEUs)
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$165.00
XCA210
Take your data to the next level with this hands-on experience. Students will create and design forms and advanced reports and use the make table query, the append query, the update query and other advanced query functions to create fields. Participants will design forms and reports to include graphics. Prerequisite: XCA110. (4 meetings) (1.5 CEUs)
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$165.00
XCA225
Students will build on the basics learned in Introduction to PowerPoint. Topics include linking to a Word document and an Excel spreadsheet, creating hyperlinks and action buttons, inserting slides from a file, using the drawing tools, and saving a presentation as an HTML file. Prerequisite: XCA125. (2 meetings) (0.6 CEUs)
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$90.00
XCA301
Expands upon the intermediate course and covers footnotes, endnotes, styles, graphics, advanced page layouts and macros. Prerequisite: XJ06 (3 meetings) (1.2 CEUs). Campus locations vary by semester.
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$130.00
XCA305
This course covers advanced topics including data analysis with pivot tables; workbook management; macro creation; and advanced graphing techniques. Prerequisite: XCA205. (4 meetings) (1.5 CEUs)
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$165.00
XCF100
Introductory course covers setting up a small business accounting management system using best-selling software. Learn how to set up your employee, customer and vendor lists; manage your inventory; prepare invoices; pay bills; and create reports. (4 meetings) (1.5 CEUs). Campus locations vary by semester.
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$185.00
XCF200
Continues the study of Quickbooks. Learn how to track customers, sales, vendors and expenses. Budgeting, forecasting and reporting will also be covered. (4 meetings) (1.5CEUs). Campus locations vary by semester.
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$185.00
XCG102
Introduction to Adobe InDesign familiarizes the student with a new and powerful level of page design. The student will learn how to produce professional typography; use and apply editable drop shadows; apply feathering; and output reliably. The course includes an overview of common Adobe commands, tools, palettes, and keyboard shortcuts. (4 meetings) (1.5 CEUs)
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$149.00
XCG106
Students will learn how to use Adobe Photoshop to create professional images ready for publication in print, multimedia and on the web. Practice with tools, commands, and features that enhance images and optimize color. Prerequisite: XCO116 or equivalent knowledge. (3 meetings) (1.2 CEUs)
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$135.00
XCO105
This course provides keyboarding, practice, and general computer operating instructions so that students can use the computer to complete their coursework. (3 meetings)
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$85.00
XCO115
Learn about the internet, hardware, software and basic computer operations that help students meet their educational objectives. Students will become acquainted with Windows and Microsoft Office components including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. (6 meetings)
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$175.00
XCO116
This course familiarizes students with the basic operation of the computer, the Windows interface, the use of the mouse and storage, and program management. This course will cover managing files, manipulating the Windows environment, and utilizing Windows to move between applications. Students will be taught how to configure Windows for their use, as well as how to use some of the utility programs that come with Windows. (2 meetings) (0.8 CEU)
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$85.00
XCU146
Though they're famous for going well together, cheese and wine aren't the easiest things to understand. Whether you’re a die-hard wine and cheese fan or just want to indulge, this class will teach you how to pair artisan cheeses with the perfect counterpart. The class will showcase both classic and unconventional pairings. Learn which cheese types best match your favorite wines. Perfect for cheese lovers or anyone who's ever been asked to bring wine and cheese to a party. (1 meeting)
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$85.00
XCU189
Excite your palate with the beautiful appearance, unique flavors and local ingredients. Hot and cold hors d'oeuvres will be featured by chef John Ross.
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$99.00
XDT100-200

XDT100-200: Driver And Traffic Safety Education

UPDATE: THE WINTER 2022 DRIVER EDUCATION PROGRAM IS FULL. THE SPRING SESSION IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN IN LATE FEBRUARY, VIRTUALLY, AND THE SCHEDULE/APPLICATION SHOULD BE POSTED IN JANUARY. PLEASE CONTINUE TO MONITOR OUR WEBSITE FOR UPDATES AND FOR ALL OTHER COURSE INFORMATION.

Suffolk County Community College offers high school students a non-credit, state-certified Driver and Traffic Safety Education program. This program consists of 25.5 hours of classroom instruction and 25.5 hours of behind the wheel training and observation. Those who successfully complete the program will receive the MV-285 Student Certificate of Completion, issued by the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles. The MV-285 allows students with a NYS Junior Permit to schedule a road test, receive their senior license at the age of 17 instead of 18, and may be eligible for a rate reduction in their automobile insurance.

XDT100 (classroom instruction) will be offered virtually, in real-time online, at set days and times.

XDT200 (behind the wheel training/observation) will be offered as a hybrid course using a combination of Brightspace and in-car assignments. The actual in-car hours will be the responsibility of Parents/Guardians, with assignments/guidelines/logs provided by the college, through Brightspace. This portion will NOT be offered in real-time online and has no dates and times associated with it. Please note that XDT100 and XDT200 are corequisites and must be taken together and successfully completed to obtain the MV-285. For more information, please call the Office of Continuing Education at (631) 451-4399 or email your request to drivered@sunysuffolk.edu.
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$299.00
XED112
All applicants for a teaching certificate on or after February 2, 2001, are required to complete at least two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with Section 3004 of the Education Law. This includes applicants for certificates in administrative and supervisory service, classroom teaching service, and pupil personnel service. Successful completion of this two-hour course meets this requirement.
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$45.00
XED114
This course meets the training requirements of Chapter 544 of the Laws of New York, 1988, for licensure and re-registration effective January 1, 1991. This law mandates that professionals with provisional certificates and those needing to renew licenses must provide documentation of having completed three hours of coursework or training regarding the identification and reporting of child abuse and maltreatment.
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$50.00
XED600
The Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) seeks to ensure that all students attend school in an environment free from discrimination, intimidation, taunting, harassment, and bullying on school property. Under DASA, school professionals (teachers, paraprofessionals, counselors, psychologists and social workers) who apply for state certification after December 31, 2013 must take this six-hour course. This includes personnel who are applying for new certificates, e.g., paraprofessionals going from a Level 1 to a Level 2. (1 or 2 meetings)
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$90.00
XED800
This course will not only prepare participants for the Level I NYS Assessment of Teaching Assistant Skills (ATAS) Exam, but also for becoming a successful teaching assistant. Students will be provided with instruction to brush up on the four areas of the exam: Reading, Writing, Mathematics, and Instructional Support. The role of the teaching assistant, case studies, effective teaching strategies and navigation of the NYSED-OTI online certification process for teaching assistants will also be included. Books and materials will be provided. (6 meetings)
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$269.00
XED801
This course will not only prepare participants for the Level I NYS Assessment of Teaching Assistant Skills (ATAS) Exam, but also for becoming a successful teaching assistant. Students will be provided instruction to brush up on the four areas of the exam: Reading, Writing, Mathematics, and Instructional Support, as well as certification in the three required NYSED workshops in DASA, Identification and Treatment of Child Abuse, and Safe Schools Against Violence in Education (SAVE). The role of the teaching assistant, case studies, effective teaching strategies and navigation of the NYSED-OTI online certification process for teaching assistants will also be included. Books and materials will be provided. This course is 30 hours, including NYSED mandated workshops. (10 meetings)
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$399.00
XEG100
Beginning and advanced writers are invited to participate in a course covering fiction, memoirs, and short story or essay collections. Published and non-published writers are welcome. This course will provide helpful group support and critiquing, editing advice, and marketing ideas. (8 meetings)
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$89.00
XEG102
Building off the knowledge learned from Introduction to Creative Writing for Fiction and Memoir (XEGXXXX), students may work on existing projects or start new fiction and/or memoir. Topics include voice, style, organization, revision, and characterization. Participants are encouraged to offer and receive feedback in a collegial environment. Prerequisite: XEG100 or equivalent knowledge. (4 meetings
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$119.00
XEP100
Prepare for the New York State Notary Public Exam. This course will familiarize the student with registration and test procedures in addition to covering notary public license law. (1 meeting)
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$50.00
XEP107
This course will assist students as they prepare for civil service and other employment examinations. (1 meeting)
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$99.00
XEP108
Review for the latest version of the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) by participating in an intensive workshop for high school juniors and seniors. Prepare for the mathematics, verbal and writing portions which include basic review skills, in-class problem solving and strategizing, practice test taking and developing a personal study plan. Information about the new student security rules for registration and testing will be covered. Students are required to purchase McGraw-Hill Education SAT 2022, 1st Edition (ISBN 978-1264266524). (6 meetings)
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$259.00
XEP118
Learn the “ins and outs” of the NYPD Police Officer Entrance Exam from a New York City Police Department lieutenant. This two-hour course is designed to give those interested in criminal justice valuable insight into this exam. (1 meeting)
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$45.00
XEP120
Review the basics of algebra. This course is designed for students who need to brush up on mathematical skills prior to taking credit-bearing courses such as engineering, chemistry or physics. (4 meetings)
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$159.00
XFL100
This course is intended for those planning to travel to a Spanish-speaking country. Learn the language you need to get to and from the airport, tour the country, take care of personal needs, enjoy cultural sites, and eat at local restaurants. (3 meetings)
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$95.00
XFL103
Students will learn basic Spanish vocabulary and grammar in four weekends. An excellent course for those who work with Spanish-speaking employees or customers or for those who plan to travel to Spanish-speaking countries. (8 meetings)
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$285.00
XFL104
This course is designed for the person who wants an easy and quick way to learn everyday Spanish. This course explores speaking in Spanish; listening in Spanish; and cross-cultural issues. (5 meetings)
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$159.00
XFL105
This course is intended for those planning to travel to a French-speaking country. Learn the language you need to get to and from the airport, tour the country, take care of personal needs, enjoy cultural sites, and eat at local restaurants. (3 meetings)
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$95.00
XFL106
This course is intended for those planning to travel to an Italian-speaking country. Learn the language you need to get to and from the airport, tour the country, take care of personal needs, enjoy cultural sites, and eat at local restaurants. (4 meetings)
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$135.00
XFL204
This program continues the course of study from Community Spanish I. This course will emphasize grammar, advanced listening and speaking skills using Spanish. Students will further develop vocabulary and conversational skills will be expanded. This course will continue using the same textbook as Community Spanish I. Prerequisite: Community Spanish I (5 meetings)
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$159.00
XFN115
This course provides an understanding of common stocks, bonds and mutual funds. This class gives you an introduction to several methods of researching and evaluating investments including, but not limited to, the internet. Students will have an understanding of the benefits of financial planning, asset allocation, and portfolio building. This course is for the novice investor as well as for those who wish to become better acquainted with the financial marketplace. (3 meetings)
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$59.00
XFT104
Students will learn a form of exercise that will help increase their energy level, reduce stress, and improve balance and coordination while maintaining strength and flexibility. This form of exercise consists of gentle postures combined with slow continuous movements. (6 meetings)
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$135.00
XFT121
Experience the challenges and pleasures of golf while acquiring the fundamentals. Learn alignment, stance, posture, body rotation, weight transfer and balance, and the proper techniques for putting, chipping and pitching. The course will cover the rules and etiquette of golf and prepare you to enjoy the terrific golf courses Long Island has to offer. The class will meet at Heartland Golf Park in the Brentwood-Deer Park area. There will be a charge of $15.00 per session for range balls. (5 meetings)
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$199.00
XFT124
Boost concentration, flexibility, strength and your inner peace through Hatha Vinyasa Yoga. During the practice of Hatha Yoga, breath and movement are linked while taking time to hold the pose to receive its full benefit. This fairly active approach to yoga provides a mind/body workout that relaxes and invigorates at the same time. These sessions are suitable for most levels. Participants should bring a water bottle, towel and mat. This course is not designed for individuals who have pre-existing medical conditions that can be made worse by exercise. Prior to the beginning of these classes, all course participants must read and sign an Assumption of Risk Release Form. (10 meetings)
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$135.00
XHI204
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$1,100.00
XMA500
XMA500 Clinical Medical Assisting Program (380 Total Hours) Skills learned through a 4-module program providing a wide range of administrative and clinical services to patients. As the region’s population continues to age, their health care needs become more complex and the demand for MAs will increase. Courses covered during this program are XMA501 Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology; XMA502 Administrative Assisting and the Electronic Health Record (EHR); XMA503 Clinical Medical Assisting; and XMA504 Clinical Practice (Internship). Upon completion of this program, you will be eligible to sit for the National Healthcare Association Certification (NHA) Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) Exam.
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$2,999.00
XMA501
This course provides students with comprehensive knowledge of medical terminology. The principal method of building a medical vocabulary is to identify prefixes, suffixes, and root words, as well as common abbreviations, layman’s terms, and symbols. The structure and function of major body systems, including organ systems, will be introduced. The course will also provide students with knowledge of fundamental concepts of disease processes, including chronic health conditions, by identifying etiology, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis, as documented by clinicians in the electronic health record. Basic pharmacology and the most used drugs for common diseases will be discussed, as well as the nutrition and dietary needs related to diseases and conditions.
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$0.00
XMA504
Students will develop skills through directed clinical practice in various health care settings with a clinical preceptor. Contracts with sites are required.
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$0.00
XMB101
This skill-based course with minimal theory introduces students to ICD-10-CM coding using practice exercises. Students are required to purchase ICD-10-CM 2021, The Complete Official Codebook, published by the American Medical Association (ISBN 978-1640160811). This is the first course in a series. Books are mandatory for the first day of class. (3 or 4 meetings)
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$159.00
XMB102
This skill-based course with minimal theory introduces students to the CPT4 coding system, the basis for medical billing. Students are required to purchase Current Procedural Terminology CPT Professional-2020, published by the American Medical Association (ISBN 978-1-62202-898-6). Prerequisite: XMB101. (3 meetings)
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$125.00
XMB103
This course introduces students to billing in the medical office. Upon completion, the student will be able to identify the medical terms necessary for the billing process, identify and work with the HCFA 1500 insurance form, and handle form submission and follow-up of claims. Prerequisite: XMB102. (3 meetings)
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$125.00
XMB104
Students will learn how to use medical billing software to automate the paperwork required by insurers. Students are required to purchase Billing and Reimbursement, 6th Edition, licensed by Medtrak Learning. Prerequisite: XMB101, XMB102 and XMB103. (3 or 6 meetings)
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$190.00
XMB110
This course is designed for individuals planning to enter or upgrade their skills in the health care field. Positions such as medical records clerk, health unit clerk, medical transcriber, medical office biller, or nurse require this knowledge. Prefixes, suffixes, and acronyms will be covered. Students will develop a working knowledge of the medical language needed in a health care setting. Students are required to purchase Medical Terminology, 7th Edition, by Barbara Janson Cohen, published by Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams and Wilkins (ISBN 978-1-4511-8756-4). (6 meetings)
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$240.00
XNE101
The TEAS is required for admission to Suffolk County Community College’s Nursing program. This intensive course will provide “brush-up” instruction in the four academic areas that the test covers: reading comprehension, English (grammar, sentence structure and vocabulary), mathematics (operations, percent and fractions, measurement, the metric system, graphing and algebra) and science (scientific reasoning, human body science, life science and physical science). Pre-test and post-test results, along with prescriptive advice for individual study will be provided. Students must purchase the ATI TEAS Study Manual 2022-2023 edition, published by ATI (ISBN: 978-1565332393) before the first class. (12 hours)