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DEPARTMENT  OF  CONTINUING  EDUCATION
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SFIT  DEPARTMENT  OF  CONTINUING  EDUCATION  GOAL  IS  TO  OFFER:
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CONTINUING  EDUCATION’S  MISSION
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CONTINUING  EDUCATION’S  VISION
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STATEMENT  FROM  SOUTH  FLORIDA  
INSTITUTE  OF  TECHNOLOGY
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PAYMENT  OF  FEES  AND  TUITION
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BOOKS  AND  SUPPLIES
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COMPLETION  OF  COURSE
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CANCELLATION  AND  REFUND  POLICY
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COMPLAINT  &  GRIEVANCES  APPEAL  PROCEDURES
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STUDENT  RECORD  PRIVACY  POLICY
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CONTINUING  EDUCATION  OFFICE  H
OURS  AND  CONTACT  INFORMATION
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MIAMI  DADE  JOURNEYMAN  AIR  CONDITIONING  EXAM  PREPARATION
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•  OBJECTIVE
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•  COURSE  DESCRIPTION
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•  REQUIREMENTS
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•  TUITION  COST
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MIAMI  DADE  JOURNEYMAN  ELECTRICIAN  EXAM  PREPARATION
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OBJECTIVE
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•  COURSE  DESCRIPTION
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•  REQUIREMENTS
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•  TUITION  COST
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CERTIFIED  NURSING  ASSISTANT  EXAM  PREPARATION
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•  OBJECTIVE
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•  COURSE  DESCRIPTION
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•  REQUIREMENTS
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•  TUITION  COST
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PHLEBOTOMY  CERTIFICATION
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•  OBJECTIVE
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•  COURSE  DESCRIPTION
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•  REQUIREMENTS
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•  TUITION  COST
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MICROSOFT  ACCESS  ADVANCED
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•  OBJECTIVE
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•  COURSE  DESCRIPTION
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•  REQUI
REMENTS
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•  TUITION  COST
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MICROSOFT  EXCEL  ADVANCED
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•  OBJECTIVE
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•  COURSE  DESCRIPTION
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•  REQUIREMENTS
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•  TUITION  COST
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MICROSOFT  WORD  ADVANCED
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•  OBJECTIVE
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•  COURSE  DESCRIPTION
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•  REQUIREMENTS
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•  TUITION
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COMPUTER  REPAIRS
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•  OBJECTIVE
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•  COURSE  DESCRIPTION
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•  REQUIREMENTS
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•  TUITION  COST
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GETTING  STARTED  WITH  QUICKBOOKS
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OBJECTIVE
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COURSE  DESCRIPTION
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•  
REQUIREMENTS
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•  TUITION
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PHOTOSHOP  ADVANCED
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•  OBJECTIVE
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•  COURSE  DESCRIPTION
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•  REQUIREMENTS
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•  TUITION  COST
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INDESIGN  ADVANCED
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•  REQUIREMENTS
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•  TUITION  COST
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ILLUSTRATOR  ADVANCED
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•  COURSE  DESCRIPTION
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•  REQUIREMENTS
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•  TUITION  COST
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DREAMWEAVER  ADVANCED
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•  REQUIREMENTS
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•  TUITION  COST
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AUTOCAD  ADVANCED
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•  COURSE  DESCRIPTION
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•  REQUIREMENTS
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•  TUITION  COST
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SCHOOL  CALENDAR
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South Florida

Institute of Technology


Main School

720 NW 27 Ave. 2nd Floor • Miami, FL 33125

Telephone: (305) 649
-
2050 • Fax: (786) 621
-
4012

License No. 2003

School No. M070460


Satellite Location


1275 West 47th Place Suite # 201 Hialeah, FL 33012

Telephone: (305) 820
-
8993 * Fax (305)820
-
8755

License No. 3637

School No. S460202


Licensed by
:
Commission for Independent Education, Florida Department of Education

Additional informat
ion regarding this Institute may be

obtained by contacting the Commission at:


325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414

Tallahassee, Florida 32399
-
0400

Toll Free: 1
-
888 224
-
6684 • (850) 245
-
3200


Accredited by
:
Accrediting Commission of Career

Schools and
Colleges (ACCSC)

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DEPARTMENT OF CONTINUING EDUCATION




South Florida Institute of Technology (SFIT)
offers various non
-
credit continuing education courses
for individuals that seek to update, and increase their knowledge and skills in the fields of business,
nursing, and technology.


Whether you're a lifelong learner or you want to develop the skills a
nd knowledge that can prepare
you to be more successful in your career,
South Florida Institute of Technology can help you
. We offer
a range of individual, professional development
certification courses
and te
st
-
preparation courses
.


SFIT DEPARTMENT OF CON
TINUING EDUCATION GOAL IS TO OFFER:




C
ourses that will help you upgrade your current skills and expand your knowledge as you seek
to advance in your career.




P
rofessional development courses needed for continued certification in your chosen
profession.
 




Comprehensive exam preparation courses
with
exclusive test taking strategies and in
-
class
practice test leaving you completely prepared and confident to take your chosen exam.



CONTINUING EDUCATION’S MISSION


The Department of Continuing Education at
SFIT is dedicated to providing workforce development
training programs, customized corporate training and lifelong learning opportunities that are
innovative, flexible and responsive to the needs of the diverse communities we serve.



CONTINUING EDUCATION’
S VISION


The Department of Continuing Education at SFIT will be a vital community partner by providing
training opportunities that prepare students for high
-
growth jobs in the future, offer educational
pathways for new and incumbent workers and support continued pe
rsonal and professional
development.

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STATEMENT FROM SOUTH FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Students interested in enrolling in our continuing education courses must understand that these
courses are not designed or intended to qualify its participants
and graduates for employment. They
are intended solely for the avocation, personal enrichment, continuing education, and enjoyment of its
participants.


South Florida Institute of Technology does not make any statement implying that persons who enroll
in or complete the continuing education courses have a more substantial likelihood of obtaining
employment in the field to which the training pertains than p
eople who do not.


An
individual may register for a
continuing education course without having
taken
any prior
courses.
Continuing education courses are not prerequisite or provide credit toward any vocational program
offered within the school.


PAYMENT
OF FEES AND TUITION


All tuition and fees must be paid at the time of registration. We accept cash, check, VISA,
MasterCard, Discover and money orders.

BOOKS AND SUPPLIES


If books and supplies are required, they are not included in the tuition cost unless
indicated in the
course description. Some courses require the purchase of special books or equipment. Some courses
require a supply fee payable at the first class, or a supply list will be provided at the time of
registration or at the first class meeting
.

COMPLETION OF COURSE


Upon completion of the continuing education course students will be provided with a Certificate of
Course Completion.



CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY


Should student’s enrollment be terminated or cancelled for any reason, all refu
nds will be made
according to the following refund schedule:


1.

Cancellation can be made in person, by electronic mail, by Certified Mail or by Termination.

2.

All monies will be refunded if the school does not accept the applicant or if the student cancels
within three (3) business days after signing the enrollment agreement and making initial
payment.

3.

Cancellation after attendance has begun, but prior to 40% completion of the program, will
result in a Pro Rata refund computed on the number of hours complete
d to the total course
hours.

4.

Cancellation after completing 40% of the program will result in no refund.

5.

Termination Date: When calculating the refund due to a student, the last date of actual
attendance by the student is used in the calculation unless earl
ier written notice is received.

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6.

Refunds will be made within 30 days of termination of the student’s enrollment or receipt of a
Cancellation Notice from the student.



COMPLAINT & GRIEVANCES APPEAL PROCEDURES


Complaints and grievances will be handled in a
reasonable manner. Everyone involved is expected to
concentrate on the solution of disagreements and personal reconciliation. The parties must attempt to
resolve the disagreement among them prior to the involvement of a higher authority. In the event that
the disagreement continues unresolved, the parties may bring the issue(s) to the Board of Directors for
further review.


Once the Board of Director dictates a solution, the complaint or grievance shall be considered to have
no further recourse and the part
ies involved must abide to the resolution of the Appealing Body. If a
student does not feel that the school has adequately addressed a complaint or concern with its human
and authority resources, the students may consider contacting the Commission for Inde
pendent
Education or the Accrediting Commission. All complaints considered by the Commission must be in
written form, with permission from the complainant(s) for the Commission to forward a copy of the
complaint to the school for a response; the complainan
t(s) will be kept informed as to the status for the
complaint as well as the final resolution by the Commission. Please direct all inquiries to:


Accrediting Commission Center School and Colleges

2101 Wilson Boulevard

Arlington, VA 222001

Tel# 703
-
247
-
4212


Commission for Independent Education

325 West Gaines Street, Suite# 1414

Tallahassee, Florida 32399
-
0400

Tel# 1
-
888
-
224
-
6684


A copy of the Commission’s Complaint form is available at the school and may be obtained
by contacting Mr. Silvio Incer, School
Director.



STUDENT RECORD PRIVACY POLICY


South Florida Institute of Technology complies with the provisions of the Family Educational Rights
and Privacy Act (Buckley Amendment of 1974, Public Law 90
-
247, as amended) and any regulations
that may be
promulgated therein. The school permits a student to inspect his or her own records and
limits disclosure to others if a student has not granted access by prior written consent. No student
record, demographics or schedule information will be shared with an
yone over the phone or to any
third party.


CONTINUING EDUCATION OFFICE HOURS AND CONTACT INFORMATION


Open: Monday through Friday
1
:00
p
m

5:00pm
• Saturday 8:30am

12:30pm and 1:00pm

4:00pm


The
Dept. of
Continuing Education office is located at 720
NW 27 Ave. 2
nd
Floor Miami, FL 33125

Phone: 305.649.2050 Ext. 10

Fax: 786.621.4012
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CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMS



MDC JOURNEYMAN A/C EXAM PREP

•••••••••••••••••••••

MDC JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN EXAM
PREP

•••••••••••••••••••••

CERTIFIED NURSING
ASSISTANT EXAM PREP

•••••••••••••••••••••

PHLEBOTOMY CERTIFICATION

•••••••••••••••••••••

MICROSOFT ACCESS ADVANCED

•••••••••••••••••••••

MICROSOFT EXCEL ADVANCED

•••••••••••••••••••••

MICROSOFT WORD ADVANCED



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CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMS
(cont.)




COMPUTER REPAIRS

•••••••••••••••••••••

GETTING STARTED W/ QUICKBOOKS

•••••••••••••••••••••

PHOTOSHOP ADVANCED

•••••••••••••••••••••

INDESIGN ADVANCED

•••••••••••••••••••••

ILLUSTRATOR ADVANCED

•••••••••••••••••••••

DREAMWEAVER ADVANCED

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AUTOCAD
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MIAMI DADE JOURNEYMAN AIR CONDITIONING

EXAM
P
REPARATION




OBJECTIVE

This course is designed to help test applicants prepare for the Journeyman Air Conditioning’s
examination by explaining general mechanical concepts,
equations, maintenance regulations and
latest code related issues.




COURSE
DESCRIPTION

T
his preparation course
will cover a review of the main topics for the Journeyman Air Conditioning’s
exam. This program includes topics such as refrigeration, ductwork
s, pipe systems, codes, filters and
related content, as well as several practice tests for training purposes.



REQUIREMENTS

Participant must have at least three years of field experience in the trade or education equivalent or a
combination of the two, b
ut not more than one
-
half consisting of education equivalent.
Seminar
assumes that the student has a basic understanding of mechanical theory and trade knowledge
.

• TUITION COST
:
$450.00

Duration:
40 CO/HR
, 10 WEEKS


Subject

Course Title

CO/HR

JML 1

Basic Math, Mechanical formulas. Pres, temp

&
tables
 
4

JML2

Refrigerants. Properties. EPA regulations and safety.

4

JML 3

Ref.syst. Equip, compressors, condensers,
evaporators & met devices

4

JML 4

Tube, piping & accessories

4

JML 5

Heating systems.
Boilers &burners

4

JML 6

Psychometric. Air process. Heat, cooling, humid &
dehumi.

4

JML 7

Air distribution, ductwork, filter, grilles, registers &
insulation
 
4

JML 8

Automatic Controls. Maint

& service

4

JML 9

Florida mech code, energy code

4

JML10

Fuel Gas code NFPA 54. OSHA safety code

4

Total


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COURSE DESCRIPTION



JML 1
-

Basic Math, Mechanical formulas. Pressure, temperatures, utilities tables.

This course covers the basic physical, chemical, and engineering principles which apply to
refrigeration, define basics refrigeration terms, and how to use temperature conversion formulas to
convert from one temperature scale to another.


JML 2
-

Refrigerants. Properties. EPA regulations and safety

In this topic students will understand the diff
erences between CFCs, HCFCs, and HFCs. They will
learn how to identify and classify common refrigerants by their numbers, their properties and
approved safety procedures for handling refrigerants.


JML 3
-

Refrigeration systems. Equipments, compressors,
condensers, evaporators and
metering devices
.
This section covers the five thermal laws relating to refrigeration, the compression
cycle, types of motor controls, compression systems, different types of compressors and their
functions.


JML 4
-

Tube,
piping and accessories

This
portion lists and discusses the various types of tubing used in refrigeration work, how to use
various hand tools, identify thread types, and how to maintain and calibrate gauges.


JML 5
-

Heating systems. Boilers and burners

S
tudents will discuss the design of different air conditioning systems and the specific details of how
each system operates. The combustion process and the types of ignition systems will be explained as
well as how to compare gas, oil, hydronic, and electri
c heating systems.


JML 6
-

Psychometric. Air process. Heating, cooling, humidification and dehumidification

This topic will

explain the principles
of air conditioning, air movement and humidity. It will also cover
the use of various instruments, such as
psychrometers, recorders, barometers as well as the
interpretation of psychometric charts and scales.


JML 7
-

Air distribution, ductwork, filter, grilles, registers and insulation
.

In this course
students will be taught about basic ventilation requirement
s, the different types of air
duct systems, duct sizing, design, air cleaning system and distribution. The principles and methods for
cleaning air will be covered as well.


JML 8
-

Automatic Controls. Maintenance and service.

This section covers
the common
types of electrical circuit controls used in refrigeration and air
conditioning systems, how to test and service thermostats, and understanding electrical circuits. How
to work safely around electrical circuits and controls is also covered.


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JML 9
-

Florida mechanical code, energy code.

This course includes the fundamentals about the Florida Building Code enforced by local
governments. It will also cover the minimum requirements for permissions, plans review and
inspections that are established by the
code.


JML 10
-

Fuel Gas code NFPA 54. OSHA safety code

T
his part will cover
the use of gas code that regulates the design and installation of fuel gas
distribution piping and systems. The purpose of the code is to establish the acceptable level of safety

in compliance with the OSHA regulations to protect life and property from potential dangers.




MIAMI DADE
JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN EXAM
PREPARATION




OBJECTIVE

This course is designed to help test applicants prepare for the Electrician Journeyman examination by
explaining general electrical concepts.
The objective of this course is to facilitate effective training,

revie
w the
essential

mathematics formulas and

National Ele
ctrical Code topics
needed to successfully
pass an electrical

certification
examination for Journeyman
.





COURSE
DESCRIPTION

This course
prepare
s
individuals to
take the
Journeyman Electrician in the
Miami Dade County
. A
variety of theoretica
l and applied concepts will be covered in each course, with the overarching intent
of journeyman electrician
certification
preparation. Each class will devote a significant portion of time
covering the
National Electrical Code
.



REQUIREMENTS

Participant
must
have at least three
years of
field
experience
in the trade
or
education equivalent or a
combination of the two, but not more than one
-
half consisting of education equivalent. S
tudent
must
have a basic understanding of
electrical
theory and trade know
ledge
.


• TUITION COST
:
$450.00


Duration:
3
0
CO/HR
, 6 WEEKS


Subject

Course Title

CO/HR

JEL 1

Electrical Theory
 
4

JEL 2

NEC Calculations

16

JEL 3

Dwelling Unit/Small App

12

Total


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COURSE DESCRIPTION


JEL 1
-

Electrical Theory

This course
includes Math and electrical basic fundaments necessary for the understanding of
electrical systems. This program also covered basic requirements of electrical circuits, combination of
series, parallel circuits, and the roles of current and voltage in each
of these types of circuits. Other
topics included are the special characteristics of alternating current and how it is generated,
distributed, and utilized. The basic operational characteristics of motors and transformers, the way
they work, proper insta
llation and connections are also discussed in this course.

JEL 2
-

NEC Calculations


This section studies Raceway and Box calculations, their limits and the amount of conductors in the
raceways as well as the proper installation. Another topic covered will
be Conductor sizing and
Protection Calculations; how to make the correct choice in sizing electrical conductors and the
selection of the proper conductor. Motor circuit’s special requirements and air conditioning
calculations in compliance with Article 43
0 are also discussed. This course includes how to find the
necessary information for making an accurate voltage
-
drop calculation for single and three phase
circuits. This content will be helpful in designing practical circuits and preparing students for th
e exam.


JEL 3
-

Dwelling Unit Calculations and Small Appliances

This portion focuses on sizing the service for one
-
family dwelling unit and commercial calculations.
Standard and Optional methods are explained, so the students can familiarized with both
methods for
examination purposes. There are other topics covered such as small appliances, cooking equipment,
laundry circuit, general lighting and receptacles, as well as feeder services and load calculations.



CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT EXAM
PREPARATION




OBJECTIVE

This course prepares test applicants to take the certification exam which is necessary to become a
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in the State of Florida. The program is designed to prepare qualified
individuals to be safe, ca
ring and effective nursing assistants who work under the supervision of
qualified health care professionals.



COURSE
DESCRIPTION

This program
presents basic nursing assistant principals as well as providing opportunities for practice
and demonstration sk
ills related to patient care. This intensive course focuses on the teaching
practices of the 22 skills that are part of the Clinical Skills Test. It will also cover the importance of
standard Procedures, ethical standards, and legal limitations
as well as
the
study of medical
abbreviations frequently used on the daily work
.




REQUIREMENTS

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Student must have passed a course in Nursing Assistant, Patient Care Technician, or Home Health
Aid; or obtained previous theoretical studies on the subject.


• TUITION
COST
:
$250.00


Duration:
30 CO/HR, 6 WEEKS

Subject

Course Title

CO/HR

CNATP 1

Hand washing
 
1

CNATP 2

Change an Occupied Bed

2

CNATP 3

Measure and record
-
pulse

1

CNATP 4

Measure and record respiration

1

CNATP 5

Transfer the patient from the bed to the
wheelchair

1

CNATP 6

Ambulate with the patient

1

CNATP 7

Change the patient position
 
1

CNATP 8

ROM for upper extremities (shoulder)

1/2

CNATP 9

ROM for upper extremities (elbow

&

wrist)
 
1/2

CNATP10

ROM for lower extremities (hip, knee and ankle)

1

CNATP11

Brush the patient’s teeth

1

CNATP12

False denture and mouth care

1

CNATP13

Partial Bed bath

2

CNAPT14

Hands and Nail care

1

CNAPT15

Dressing the patient with affected arm

1

CNAPT16

Feeding a dependent patient

1

CNAPT17

Providing Feet care

1

CNAPT18

Measure and record contents urinary drainage bag

1

CNAPT19

Giving the bedpan

1

CNAPT20

Catheter care to incontinence patient

2

CNAPT21

Female perineal area

2

CNAPT22

Practical Test

4

Total


30

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COURSE DESCRIPTION


CNATP 1
-

Hand washing

In this course students will learn about Hand washing as one of the five skills scored in every Clinical
Skills Test as well as how to
u
se Standard Precautions and Infection Control Measures when
providing care.


CNATP 2
-

Change an Occupied Bed

This
section
will teach students how to change the top and bottom sheets and pillow case of the bed
while the resident stays in the bed
, how to handle it properly and safe.


CNATP 3
-

Measure and record
-
pulse

In these classes students will learn and review how
t
he pulse should be counted for
one full minute
and the appropriate measurement form
to record the resident’s pulse rate
.


CNATP 4
-

Measure and record respiration

In this topic students will learn and review how t
he
respiration
should be counted for
one f
ull minute
and the appropriate measurement form to record the resident’s respiration
rate
.


CNATP 5
-

Transfer t
he patient from the bed to the w
heelchair

This course will cover how to
transfer a resident who is lying in bed, into a wheelchair. A pivot tran
sfer
technique is required and a transfer/gait belt is required
too. In addition to this they will learn that the
resident is able to stand but cannot take steps
.


CNATP 6
-

Ambulate with the patient

In this part
students
will learn
how to
walk a resident
who needs some assistance to stan
d. They will
also learn that a transfer/gait belt needs to be use
while walking the resident
.


CNATP 7
-

Change the patient position

This section offers an introduction on how
to change the position of a resident who is
lying on
his/her
back, to a side
-
lying position. For this activity the patient requires support to remain
positioned on the
side.



CNATP 8
-

ROM for upper extremities (shoulder)

Course offers details on how to
provide
a
range of motion exercise to a resid
ent
who is not able to
perform the
exercises
for themselves
. The
patient
needs his/her shoulder flexed and extended, and
abdu
cted and adducted. For testing and practice
purposes, the resident n
eeds three repetitions of
both
exercises.



CNATP 9
-

ROM for u
pper extremities
(elbow and wrist)

Students will learn
how to provide a range of motion exercise to a resident who
is not able to
perform
the
exercises
for themselves
. The resident needs his/her elbow flexed and extended, and the wrist
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flexed and hyper
extended. For testing purposes, the resident needs three repetitions of both
exercises
.


CNATP 10
-
ROM for low
er extremities
(hip, knee and ankle)

This part details how
to provide
a
range of motion exercise to a resident who is not able
who is not
able to

perform the
exercises
for themselves
. The resident nee
ds his/her hip and knee flexed
and
extended, and the dorsi
flexion and plantar flexion to
the ankle. For testing pur
poses, the resident
needs three
repetitions of both exercises
.


CNATP 11
-

Brush the
patient’s teeth

In this course they will learn about oral care of a patient who has his/her natural teeth and needs
mouth care
; as well as the proper techniques on how to m
oisten toothbrush w
ith water and apply
toothpaste
before brushing teeth
.


CNATP 12
-

False denture and mouth care

Students will be taught
how to handle denture, provide mouth care, and rinsing equipment, how to
protect denture from damage and contamination while cleaning it.


CNATP 13
-

Partial Bed bath

This section presents how
to wash

properly

some
part
s
of the body
such as patient’s
face, neck, back,
one han
d and arm, and one side of the
chest and abdomen. Soa
p and water should be used for the
bathing. The patient also needs a
back rub

with long gliding and circular motions
by applying
some
lotion.


CNATP 14
-
Hands
and Nail care

S
tudents will be trained how to clean hand surfaces using a wet washcloth, cleaning between fingers,
and if soap used, rinse or remove soap using a clean, soap
-
free, wet washcloth. A well as the Use of
a flat
edge of orangewood stick to remove residue under tips of each fingernail
.


CNATP 15
-

Dressing the patient with affected arm

This section focus on how to m
ove resident’s extremities gently without overextension or for
ce when
undressing and dressing and how
to
apply clothing correctly (e.g. front of shirt in front), adjust clothing
for
comfort, neatness, alignment,
and close fasteners
).


CNATP 16
-

Feeding a dependent patient

This course will emphasize how to a
ssist
a
resident
to sit upright in chair before
f
eeding
,
 
how  
to
protect resident’s clothing with a barrier
before taking meals,
Leave area around resident’s mouth
clean and dry
after eating and r
ecord the amount of the resident’s food intake on the Food and Fluid
Intake Form
.


CNATP 17
-
Providing Feet
care

This part teaches how
to pr
ovide foot care to a resident, the importance of using Soap and water and
why foot care should be provided only to one foot at a time as well as replacing the resident’s sock
and shoes at the end of the skill.


CNATP 18
-

Measure and record contents
urinary drainage bag

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Students will learn
how to empty the resident’s urinary drainage bag into a graduate container and to
measure the amount of urine. An Intake and Output (I&O) Form
will be used
to record the
measurement. The
output should be recorded as urine

and the correct time recorded for the
measurement.


CNATP 19
-

Giving the bedpan

This course will cover how to help a resident who has asked
for a bedpan
, the proper way of placing a

protective pad on bed over bottom sheet, under buttocks/upper thigh area, before placing
bedpan.
How to p
lace and remove bedpan by either having resident positioned on side to turn on/off back,
onto/off bedpan, or hav
ing resident raise hips off bed, how t
o

place a
bedpan under resident
according to form/shape of the selected bedpan
and e
mpty contents
into toilet.


CNATP 20
-

Catheter care to incontinence patient

This section explains how to provide and safe handled
catheter care to a female resident who h
as a
n
indwelling urinary catheter, the use of s
oap and water
for the catheter care and
the cleansing of the
front perineal area
.


CNATP 21
-

Female perineal area

The subject of this section is
how to clean and care the front perineum, to include the genit
al and skin
fold areas of gro
in.
 
The importance of wear gloves while providing perineal care, cleaning equipment,
and handling soiled under pads, washcloths and towels.


CNATP 22

Practical Test

This course will cover the 22 skills that are part of the
Clinical Skills Test. Students will learn the
procedures for skills and how to performed them properly
on a resident
. The course is a preparation
for the CNA examination giving the student
an exact idea
of what to expect on
the
Clinical Skills Test.




P
HLEBOTOMY
CERTIFICATION




OBJECTIVE

This curriculum is design to reinforce the importance of using standard precautions and to update the
healthcare professional on current treatment post exposure. The program also approaches the
importance of universal
precautions to avoid blood infections, HIV, and
hepatitis B virus.

T
he risk of
transmission to the phlebotomist is extremely low if proper control and
preventive measures are
learned
and carried out for all patients.




COURSE
DESCRIPTION

This program will cover the seven types of infection, chain of infection, isolation techniques and the
differences among Universal Precautions, Barrier Substance Isolation, and Standard Precautions.
Students will
l
earn about general laboratory safety rule
s, infection control techniques designed to
prevent the spread of diseases caused by blood borne pathogens
. T
he
course will also cover the
care
of all patients following Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines
, and
the
legal aspects of AIDS
and
testin
g
.


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REQUIREMENTS

S
tudents must have a Phlebotomy Technician certification


• TUITION COST
:
$250.00


Duration:
20 CO/HR
, 5 WEEKS



Subject

Course Title

CO/HR

BBP 1

Introduction
 
2

BBP 2

Prevention of Exposure

2

BBP 3

Standard Precautions

2

BBP 4

Safe
Injection Practice

2

BBP 5

Hand washing

2

BBP 6

Personal Protective Equipment

2

BBP 7

Immunization

3

BBP 8

Personal Exposure Control Plan

1

BBP 9

Follow up Treatment

2

BBP10

Precautions taken

1

BBP 11

Conclusions

1

Total


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COURSE DESCRIPTION


BBP 1
-
Introduction

This course introduce
s students with the
risks
involved when
taking
blood from infectious persons
and
the importance

of becoming
familiar with the infectious diseases that pose the greatest jeopardy to
them. They will also learn about the proper control and preventive measures that are carried out for all
patients.

BBP 2
-

Prevention of Exposure

This topic covers how to avoid
occup
ational blood exposures and
prevent transmission of hepatitis B
virus, hepatitis C and human immunodeficiency virus in health care setting.
The u
s
e of
appropriate
barrier precautions, such as gloves, face shields, p
rotective eyewear, or gowns, which
preven
t
infections following blood
borne pathogen exposure. These are
important elements of workpl
ace
safety taught in this class.

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BBP 3
-

Standard Precautions

This course teaches the healthcare professional the

s
tandard precaution strategies for protecting
aga
inst

o
ccupational transmission of organisms
.

T
he course covers the main standard precautions
such as
w
ash
ing of hands, w
ear
ing
gloves,
w
ear
ing
mask and eye protection or face shield, wear
ing

gown, patient care equipment,
e
nvironmental control,
l
inen,
o
ccupational health,
patient placement
and blood borne pathogens
.

BBP 4
-

Safe Injection Practice

This course covers the type of injuries caused by sharp objects to which healthcare professionals,
laboratory staff, and physicians are exposed
to
. Students wi
ll learn about the blood borne pathogens
that can cause infection t
h
rough those injuries and the preventative measures that ought to be taken.
The most important and life threatening of
these pathogens being
HBV, HCV, and HIV.

BBP 5
-

Hand washing

This to
pic focuses on the importance of
h
and washing as the first line of defense in the fight against
the spread of infection. Hand washing should be performed before and after every patient contact,
between different procedures using running warm water and anti
bacterial or antimicrobial soap.


BBP 6
-

Personal Protective Equipment

Students will learn about the proper use o
f Personal Protective Equipment such as
gloves, masks,
gowns, aprons, protective eye wear, and face shields to prevent skin and mucous membran
e
exposure during contact wi
th patient blood or body fluids.

This requirement is r
egulated by the OSHA
blood borne pathogens final rule.

BBP 7
-

Immunization

Students will be taught
about the importance of the
i
mmunization process as one method to reduce
the transmission of communicable diseases such as: Hepatitis B, Influenza, MMR, Varicella, Tetanus,
Diphtheria
, P
ertussis, and Meningococcical
.

BBP 8
-

Personal Exposure Control Plan

This part focuses
o
n the nece
ssary measures taken
when a healthcare professional is exposed

to a
patient’s blood
. In order to be in compliance with OSHA standards, employers must have a written
exposure control plan that must be followed in case of being exposed to patient’s blood.

BB
P 9
-

Follow up Treatment

This curriculum emphasizes the importance and appropriate diagnosis test and follow up treatments
in case of exposure to HBV, HCV and HIV conforming to the CDC guidelines and recommendations.

BBP 10
-

Precautions taken during fol
low
-
up period.

In this section students will learn about the precautions and follow up measures taken after being
exposed to HBV, HCV and
HIV and the avoidance of
donating blood, semen, or organs and having
sexual intercourse.

BBP 11
-

Conclusions

In thi
s part students will have the opportunity to recap the importance of the phlebotomist’s role in
preventing the spread of infection and disease in the health care setting,
and t
he conscientious use of
s
tandard
p
recautions that reduces the risk of contract
ing communicable infections.

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MICROSOFT ACCESS ADVANCED



OBJECTIVE

This curriculum is design to define
intelligently
tables and fields structure,

create user friendly front
end access using forms and buttons. The objective of th
is course is to
facilitate the c
onstruction of
advanced queries and Parameter Prompts, the use of macros and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)
to automate processes
,
and how to create professional reports

within the database
.


COURSE
DESCRIPTION

This program
maximize t
he power of Microsoft Access by bringing
essential coverage of all the
newest features of Access
applications,

gain a solid understanding of database purpose,
construction, and application. Explains how to create tables, manipulate datasheets, and work wi
th
multiple tables.
Also c
overs building forms with wizards, creating bound and unbound forms, and
adding data validation
.



REQUIREMENTS


S
tudent
should have
a basic understanding of
Microsoft Access program.


• TUITION COST
:
$275.00


Duration:
20 CO/HR,
5 WEEKS


Subject

Course Title

CO/HR

MAA 1

Examining Table Properties
 
4

MAA 2

Creating Queries for different purposes

4

MAA 3

Designing Forms

6

MAA 4

Designing Reports

4

MAA 5

Microsoft Database 2013 Actions

2

Total


20

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COURSE DESCRIPTION
 


MAA 1
-

Examining Table Properties

In this course students will learn about the main properties of tables, how to create tables, charts and
graphs based on numerical data, and perform basic database operations. This program will also cover
how to modify ta
bles and how
to handle data in many ways.


MAA 2
-

Creating Queries for different purposes

This topic explains how to create a select query that searches the data in a single table, how to
enhance the query by defining record criteria and adding calculated
values, the types of query
serving
a different purpose,

a
nd how a query displays, change data or creates a new table
.


MAA 3
-

Designing Forms

This section covers how to build more complex Excel applications. Different forms that can be used to
collect an
d verify information before it is entered into a worksheet. How to use Visual Basic for
Applications (
VBA)
codes
that allows spreadsheet manipulation .
Students will also learn how to build
a user form that allows inputting data into the worksheet
,
create
Macros, add buttons, Logos and
backgrounds.


MAA 4
-

Designing Reports

Students will learn how to Generate current and trend reports about work items
, generate several
reports that are based on a work item query.. The course also covers How to use Report
Wizard tool
within Report Designer, to create a report and how to select report data and create a tabular or matrix
report.


MAA 5
-

Microsoft Database Actions

In this program students will learn the fundamentals about compiling, splitting and compacting
database, how to
link
the data in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet to Microsoft Access database, how to
view and edit the spreadsheet data with Access while still a
llowing complete access to the data from
Excel spreadsheet program.



MICROSOFT EXCEL ADVANCED



OBJECTIVE

This curriculum is designed to understand and use advanced functions,
d
efining scenarios, create and
modifies Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts. The ob
jective of this course is to introduce to data analysis
tools such as Goal Seek, Solver and Scenarios, working with links, sort, filter, subtotal and
consolidate data.

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COURSE
DESCRIPTION

This program

make the most of Excel

by
bringing
important coverage of all t
he newest features of
Excel
,
including how to navigate the user interface, take advantage of various file formats, master
formulas, analyze data with Pivot

Tables,
designing reports
and worksheets
.



REQUIREMENTS


S
tudent
must
have
a basic understanding of
Microsoft Excel program.


• TUITION COST
:
$275.00


Duration:
20 CO/HR, 5 WEEKS


Subject

Course Title

CO/HR

MEA 1

F
unctions
 
4

MEA 2

Goal Seek and solver

4

MEA 3

Scenarios

2

MEA 4

Linking

2

MEA 5

Sorting, Filtering Grouping
Data

4

MEA 6

Pivot Table, PivotChart Reports

4

Total


20



COURSE DESCRIPTION


MEA 1
-

Functions

This course covers the use of functions for more difficult calculations such as highs, lows, averages,
text, logical, and concatenating among others. The use of these functions allows the creation of
complex reports and calculations.


MEA 2
-

Goal Seek a
nd Solver

This section presents how to use Goal Seek and Solver as two excellent analytical and calculation
tools. Goal Seek command is use to find values without having calculated any values or plotting the
graph
. S
tudents will also learn how to work with

Solver to find out solutions for problems involving
several changing cells.


MEA 3
-

Scenarios

This topic explains the concept and use of scenario as a
model that includes variable cells linked
together by one or more formulas, how to create new forecasti
ng scenarios, view existing scenarios,
run scenario management commands, and display consolidated scenario reports.

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MEA 4
-

Linking

In this part student
s
will study how to l
ink a cell in a workbook to another workbook using a formula
that references the
external workbook.
Once the link is created, they will learn how to
move the
workbooks without breaking the link
and how to consolidate data.


MEA 5
-

Sorting, Filtering and Grouping Data


In
this
lesson students will learn how to use sort, group and filt
er data in various ways that will enable
them to most effectively and efficiently use spreadsheets to locate and analyze more complex
information.


MEA 6
-

PivotTable and PivotChart Reports


This course covers the use of
PivotTable reports to summarize,
analyze, explore, and present
summary data. Students will learn how to Use a PivotChart reports to visualize summary data in a
PivotTable report, how to see comparisons, patterns, and trends. Both features enable the user to
make informed decisions about c
ritical data in future projects
.
 
 


MICROSOFT WORD ADVANCED



OBJECTIVE

This
course
is designed to apply advanced techniques to customize text and images in Microsoft
Word. The objective
is to teach students how to use different
sections, bookmarks, and table of
contents to format complex
word
documents.



COURSE
DESCRIPTION

This program

takes advantage of the diverse features include in Microsoft Word
to cover the u
se
of

different headers and footers throughout a document.
How to
track changes to
combine, compile and

compare document
s, as well as different sources for m
ailing and create professional letters,
envelopes, and labels
.

 

REQUIREMENTS


S
tudent
s

must have
a basic understanding of
Microsoft Word program.


• TUITION
COST
:
$250.00


Duration:
20 CO/HR, 5 WEEKS


Subject

Course Title

CO/HR

MWA 1

Longer Document Features
 
3

MWA2

Managing Sections

1

MWA 3

Advanced Headers & Footers

2

25
 
 
MWA 4

Reviewing & Collaborating on Documents

2

MWA 5

Inserting Smart Art, Chart
and Text Box

4

MWA 6

Using Mail Merge for Letters, Envelopes, and
L
abels

8

Total


20



                     
COURSE DESCRIPTION
 

MWA 1
-

Longer Document Features

This topic presents how to divide large files into related subdocuments through a series of links, how
to bookmark texts, and cross referencing them.
It will also cover
the use of page numbering
,
how to
create, edit and formatting tables of content into a word document.


MWA 2
-

Managing Sections

This course describes the types of section breaks available in Word and their uses, how to divide a
document into any number of sections,
managing
and f
ormat each section in a desired way.


MWA 3
-

Advanced Headers and Footers

This section covers headers and footers
, how they affect margin setting
s, how to position and
create
them, and what different types of headers and footers exist.
The creation of
h
eaders and footers that
contain graphics, multiple paragraphs, and fields
is also taught
.
The use of
diverse header o
r footer
for odd and even pages, in addition to page numbering will be covered as well.


MWA 4
-

Reviewing and Collaborating on Documents

This
portion addresses the reviewing process of documents, how to edit,

copy,
delete
, rearrange,
and
restructuring
documents. The course also explains how to compare, insert changes and combine
diverse types of documents.


MWA 5
-

Inserting Smart Art, Ch
art and Text Box

Students will learn how to create shapes, pictures, charts, tables, Smart Art graphics, or other visual
content in a Word document, how to choose from different layouts to insert them within a text. The
use of these features help readers
understands the content of complex and long documents in a more
simple way.
 

MWA 6
-

Using Mail Merge for Letters, Envelopes, and Labels
 
This course will cover how to customize the different labels and types of letters, the use of
Mail merge
that
all
ows t
he creation of custom
letters, documents, labels, envelopes and emails to be sent to
multiple recipients
from Excel or Access databases.

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COMPUTER REPAIRS




OBJECTIVE

This curriculum is designed to provide the students with the skills and knowledge necessary to
install, change, maintain and
r
epair computer components.



COURSE
DESCRIPTION

This program will cover how to
s
earch and
i
nstall drivers, how to
i
nstall
different Windows version on
virtual machine environment, how to Install and R
un (Antivirus, Anti
Spy, and Other
software
utilit
ies
.
Maintenance Prevent actions and Repair Actions will be cover as well.



REQUIREMENTS


Student should have a basic understa
nding of Microsoft Software and
computer h
ardware.



• TUITION COST
:
$275.00


Duration
:
20 CO/HR, 5 WEEKS


Subject

Course Title

CO/HR

CR 1

Hardware Basic Element Upgrade
 
4

CR 2

Hardware Configuration and Practice Work

5

CR 3

Installation and basic
Configurations using virtual
machines

6

CR 4

Maintenance and Repair Actions

5

Total


20



COURSE DESCRIPTION


CR 1
-

Hardware Basic Element Upgrade

This course
s
tudies
how to
change and i
nstall each physical component,

p
laces
to buy it, p
rice
s

and
how to
s
earch and Install proper drivers.

CR 2
-

Hardware Configuration and Practice Work

This section covers different components’ configurations and practice work with each device such as
Printer (Basic Setup, Test and Troubleshoot).Scanner (Basic Setup,
Working with Picture and Text
Documents).Web Camera (Basic Setup, Chat and Photo Picture Configuration).Video Camera and
Digital Photo Camera (Copy from Device to Hard Drive, Send Picture by E
-
Mail and Send Picture to
the nearest Pharmacy).DVD and CD Burn
er (Software ROXIO and NERO, Music format, Data
Format, Disk Copier Format).Pen driver and External Hard Drive (Copy from and Paste to).

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CR 3
-

Installation and Basic Configurations using virtual machines (Windows XP

Windows 7

Windows 8
)

Students will
learn about the
principal topics of each version of Windows and their correct installation.
Several practice demonstration exercises will be done, such as Installing Drivers (Windows do not
recognize by default), Microsoft Security Essentials (Installing a
nd Configurations), virus and spy
(AVG

Malware bytes installing and Configurations). Attributes, Compress, Encryption (Folder and
File) (Windows 7

Windows 8).Configuration of Windows Firewall, Store Place (Windows 7


Windows 8).User Accounts and Secur
ity concept (Windows 7

Windows 8).

CR 4
-

Windows 7

Windows 8 (Maintenance and Repair Actions)


In this part students will have the opportunity to
practice work with the instructor on each Maintenance
Prevent actions and each Repair Actions.



GETTING STARTED WITH QUICKBOOKS



OBJECTIVE

This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to work
efficiently with QuickBooks in different professional settings. The objective of this curriculum is to
teach students h
ow to create a new company and modify accounts, work with several financial reports
and statements.



COURSE
DESCRIPTION

This program will cover how to work with Lists, setup and work with inventory module. Students will be
able to work with the Account R
eceivable cycle (Estimates, Invoices, and Deposits) and the Account
Payable cycle (Purchase Order, Receive Products and Bills, Payments). The course also covers the
financial cycle (Bank Accounts, Statements,
Reconciling Checking) and Reports Center by
Cat
egories.



REQUIREMENTS

Student
must
have a basic understanding of Microsoft Quick Books


• TUITION COST
:
$250.00


Duration
:
20 CO/HR, 5 WEEKS

Subject

Course Title

CO/HR

SQB 1

Getting started
 
1

SQB 2

Setting Up Company

1

SQB 3

Working with lists

4

SQB 4

Setting Up Inventory

2

SQB 5

Selling your Product

2

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SQB 6

Invoices for Services

2

SQB 7

Processing Payments

2

SQB 8

Working with Bank Accounts

2

SQB 9

Entering and Paying Bills

2

SQB 10

Creating Reports

2

Total


20



COURSE DESCRIPTION


SQB
1
-
Getting Started


1.

Starting QuickBooks

2.

Identifying Components of the QuickBooks

3.

Operating Environment

4.

Opening QuickBooks Centers

5.

Opening Other QuickBooks Windows

6.

Identifying Common Business Terms

7.

Setting Up QuickBooks in Multi
-
User Mode

8.

Exiting QuickBooks


SQB 2
-
Setting Up Company


9.

Creating a QuickBooks Company

10.

Using the Chart of Accounts

11.

Entering Account Opening Balances


SQB 3
-
Working with Lists
(4 hours).

12.

Creating Company Lists

13.

Working with the Customers & Jobs List

14.

Working
with the Employees List

15.

Working with the Vendors List

16.

Adding Customized Fields

Managing Lists

SQB 4
-
Setting Up Inventory
(2 hours)

17.

Entering Products into Inventory

18.

Ordering Products

19.

Receiving Inventory

20.

Paying for Inventory

21.

Manually Adjusting Inventory



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SQB 5
-
Selling Your Product

(2hours)

22.

Creating Product Invoices

23.

Making Cash Sales


SQB 6
-
Invoicing for Services
(2 hours)

24.

Setting Up a Service Item

25.

Changing the Invoice Format

26.

Creating a Service Invoice

27.

Entering Statement Charges

28.

Creating Billing
Statements

SQB 7
-
Processing Payments
(2 hours).

29.

Receiving Payments for Invoices

30.

Making Deposits

31.

Printing Statements


SQB 8
-
Working with Bank Accounts

(2 hours).

32.

Writing a QuickBooks Check

33.

Using Bank Account Registers

34.

Entering a Handwritten Check

35.

T
ransferring Funds Between Accounts

36.

Reconciling Checking Accounts


SQB 9

-

Entering and Paying Bills


37

.Handling Expenses

38

Using QuickBooks for Accounts Payable

39

Entering Bills

40

Paying Bills

SQB 10
-
Creating Reports


41.

Creating Quick Reports

42.

Modifying Quick
Reports

43.

Memorizing Quick Reports

44.

Running Preset Reports

45.

Modifying Preset Reports

46.

Exporting Reports to Microsoft Excel

47.

Printing Reports

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PHOTOSHOP ADVANCED



OBJECTIVE

The
program is designed to
teach
advanced Photoshop features, enhance the
level of
skills and
knowledge
of P
hotoshop CS5 that will help students to work with those
tool
s
more proficiently and
successfully
.

The students
w
ill be able to calibrate their
system, understand resolution, import and
export images and edit using colors, layers, m
asks, filters, and resizing. This
will assist those that are
searching a
career in Digital Design or existing professionals
to
upgrade their skill sets
.



COURSE
DESCRIPTION

This hands
-
on digital imaging course will cover selection techniques, layers and
alpha channels,
scanning, image manipulation, large high resolution files, file compression and preparing images for
print and elec
tronic media. The program presents
the fundamentals of using Adobe Photoshop CS5
software to instruct students how to manipul
ate images that they have creat
ed or scanned. The
course emphasizes
familiarization with the advanced tools available in Photoshop
and use
them to
design,
create and edit images.



REQUIREMENTS


S
tudent
should have
a basic understanding of
Adobe
Photoshop program


• TUITION COST
:
$275.00


Duration
:
20 CO/HR, 5 WEEKS


Subject

Course Title

CO/HR

PA 1

Bridge
 
2

PA 2

Camera Raw

6

PA 3

Presentation

6

PA 4

Print

3

PA 5

Export

3

Total


20


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COURSE DESCRIPTION


PA 1
-

Bridge

In this course students will learn how to use the Bridge application to synchronize the color settings
for Creative Suite programs, how to examine, label, rate, sort and filter file thumbnails; customize the
Bridge workspace, move, copy, assign keywords an
d open files in Photoshop.


PA 2
-

Camera Raw

This topic covers how to open digital photos into the Camera Raw dialog and how to use several tabs
in Camera Raw to correct the photos for under or overexposure, blurriness, color casts, poor contrast,
and ot
her defects.


PA 3
-

Presentation

Students
will learn how to frame their subject matter as a vignette, add an artistic border, embed a
watermark, create a contact sheet or PDF presentation, and create and present layer comps manually
and via a PDF slide sh
ow.


PA 4
-

Print

This curriculum
details
the instructions for outputting a document to an inkjet printer, how to choose
settings for a file to be printed as a monotone, and how to convert the files to CMKY color mode for
commercial printing purposes.


PA
5
-

Export

This part focuses on how to save and prepare files for export to other programs for print output, and
for viewing online. Emphasis is placed upon learning how to save Photoshop images in the specific
drawing, layout, multimedia or web page creat
ion for future import
-
export.




INDESIGN ADVANCED




OBJECTIVE

The objective of this InDesign
advanced course is to provide the
user
s with
the
ability of
sharpen their
skills and move their understanding of Adobe InDesign
to an advanced level. Using the
knowledge
learned in this course
, students will
be able to
create complex documents and work with a variety of
palettes and tools to further understand the capabilities of this high
-
end design application
.



COURSE
DESCRIPTION

This
training course
covers advanced features of InDesign CS5. Students will learn to work with
variables and cross references,
layers, libraries and snippets
to create books with a table of contents,
to output documents in multiple formats,
t
he use of Styles and Color Management, as well as
Exporting features
to create interactive PDFs
and
X
HT
ML
.


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REQUIREMENTS

S
tudent
should have
a basic understanding of
InDesign program


• TUITION COST
:
$275.00


Duration
:
20 CO/HR, 5 WEEKS

Subject

Course Title

CO/HR

IA 1

Layers
 
2

IA 2

Libraries and Snippets

3

IA 3

Styles

6

IA 4

Typography

2

IA 5

Color Management

2

IA 6

Output

3

IA 7

Exporting

3

Total


20




COURSE DESCRIPTION


IA 1
-

Layers

This topic covers how to create and delete layers, setting options, working with layers and their
content. InDesign provides a wide range of flexibility while running with electronic layers; this allows
working with one document and different layers at the
same time. The use and manipulation of layers
is an essential tool for design purposes taught in this curriculum.


IA 2
-

Libraries and Snippets

Students
will learn how to store items in a library such as text frames, images or empty frames for
later use,
and how to open elements stored in libraries or snippet file and drag them onto any
InDesign documents. Setting the Library Display, searching, sorting libraries, and the creation and use
of snippets are also cover in this topic.


IA 3
-

Styles

The
course
details
working with Styles and the different features of Styles such as character, object,
table, cell and paragraph. The curriculum also focuses in how to make Style groups, loading and
importing, clearing Styles override,

using the Quick Apply feature
and creating Nested Line Styles.


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IA 4
-

Typography

In t
his part
students will learn about page layout as a way to control their texts, this includes the ability
to move one character in so that it tucks under the stroke of another, how to control lines that are
justified within a text frame. The program emphasizes the
use of the newest typefaces that give more
choices to the letter’s look and the advanced text effects.


IA 5
-

Color Management

T
his section
presents basic steps for managing color in InDesign
, how to choose the correct colors by
setting up the color system, serving and loading color settings, and working with different Profiles.


IA 6
-

Output

Students will learn the fundamentals of what is called “Output”; this refers to preparing documents
and
prints them either with an ordinary desktop printer or a high
-
end printing device. Choosing the set up
controls, color separations, Ink Manager, setting the advanced options, PostScript files and packaging
a document are also covered.


IA 7
-

Exporti
ng

The course
analyzes the different ways in which InDesign files can be published. Exporting feature
provides many options for publishing that will be taught in this course. Using the Export command,
students will be able to change InDesign documents into
other types of publications such as PDF
files, XHTML pages, Web pages and mobile phones.




ILLUSTRATOR ADVANCED



OBJECTIVE
 
The objective of this
class is to
move beyond the prickly Pen tool to explore gradient meshes,
symbols, graphic styles, effects, and exciting features
with practical application in artistic
-
design
works.
These challenging hands
-
on lessons are designed to speed student’s efforts with workf
low
features and build sharpen skills to tackle high
-
end projects with deeper knowledge.




COURSE
DESCRIPTION

This course focuses on content management, live color, streamlining work
-
flow,
and exporting
and
real world design techniques
.
Students

will be
trained in how to create complex artwork using
advanced tools, options, and effects; in addition to ensure that their artwork is ready for commercial
printing and the Web. They will also learn how to draw complex illustrations and enhance them using
variou
s painting options, managing colors, work with effects,
compound patterns and rich designs as
well as the use of the export command.



REQUIREMENTS

Student should have a basic understanding of Adobe Illustrator program



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• TUITION COST
:
$275.00


Durati
on
:
20 CO/HR, 5 WEEKS

Subject

Course Title

CO/HR

ILA 1

Live Color
 
5

ILA 2

Print

5

ILA 3

Export

10

Total


20



COURSE DESCRIPTION



ILA 1
-

Live Color

This course details how to generate color schemes based on a new harmony
rule or other variables,
how to create color groups via the Recolor Artwork dialog and how to use the color wheel to obtain a
different range of hues or tints. Assigning and reducing colors to Artwork dialog is also taught in this
class.


ILA 2
-

Print

St
udents
will learn how to print using basic settings, print multiple artboards, specify a bleed region for
objects that extend beyond an artboard, and prepare a file for color separation. The course also
covers how to choose flatness settings, select settin
gs for downloading fonts, use color management
in printing, create crop marks, choose a resolution for outputting effects, and use the Document Info
panel to get information about a file.


ILA 3

-

Export

This part analyzes how to save files in various
formats for export to other applications, how to save
files in the Illustrator EPS format for a layout or drawing application, and how to use Adobe PDF
format for a wide variety of output media. Optimizing files for the web, using the Export command and
Ex
porting Illustrator files to Adobe Photoshop are also discussed in this theme.




DREAMWEAVER ADVANCED



OBJECTIVE

35
 
 
This
advanced
course
will provide students with the skills necessary
to create rich, dynamic, data
-
driven web site and web pages. Students will be able to utilize powerful tools to upload and maintain
any size website, connect live data to display dynamic contents, and use code editing features.


COURSE
DESCRIPTION

The co
urse will focus on building dynamic web pages using ASP, ColdFusion, Ajax, Spry, Javascript,
and PHP.
Students will learn how to work with HTML and XML data, select a server model, configure
a testing server, create a database connection, create dynamic pa
ges using live data, build a
complete master/detail page set, locate and edit CSS formatting, and use vital features to create and
edit HTML code.



REQUIREMENTS

S
tudent
must have
a basic understanding of
Dreamweaver program


• TUITION COST
:
$275.00


Duration:
20 CO/HR, 5 WEEKS



Subject

Course Title

CO/HR

DW 1

Working w/ Online Data
 
5

DW 2

Building Dynamic Pages w/ data

5

DW 3

Working w/Code

5

DW4

Publishing to the Web

5

Total


20



COURSE DESCRIPTION


DW 1
-
Working with Online Data

Students
will learn how to work with information stored in tables and databases to create dynamic
content based on HTML tables and XML data sets, select a server model, set up a testing server, and
connect to an online database.


DW 2
-

Building Dynamic Pages with
Data




This topic will focus on how to dynamically create web page content using information stored in tables
and databases to create a record set from online data, insert data on a web page dynamically, create
a master/detail page set, and collect data f
rom an online form and insert it into a database.



DW 3
-

Working with Code

In this course the students will learn how to use Code Navigator to identify and edit CSS code, the
Inspect feature to identify HTML elements and associated styling, and use Live
Code to test and
trouble
-
shoot dynamic code. The course will also teach students how to select code elements in new
36
 
 
ways, collapse and expand code entries, write code using code hinting, and access and edit attached
files using the Related Files interface
.



DW 4
-

Publishing to the Web

This course focuses on the remote site system which is used to support corporate programs and
products. The student will learn the final stage of publishing a website to the internet. They will learn
how to define a remote
site, put files on the web, cloak files and folders, update out
-
of
-
date links site
wide, and get pages from the web.




AUTO
CAD
ADVANCED



OBJECTIVE

The course will provide the student with concept and knowledge of AutoCAD advanced tools used to
simplify
the workload and optimize the drawing process. The student will learn how to create and
working with blocks, use advanced dimension features, load and unload external references, edit
attributes and properties, extract data from attributes, and link Auto
CAD with Excel.



COURSE
DESCRIPTION

This advanced course provides the designer with special features to optimize and customize the work
in AutoCAD by using advanced tools such as dynamic blocks, external references, advanced
dimensions, attributes,
tables and data associated with the drawing.



REQUIREMENTS

S
tudent
s

should have a basic understanding of the AutoCAD program.


• TUITION COST
: $
300.00


Duration:
20 CO/HR, 5 WEEKS



Subject

Course Title

CO/HR

AD 1

Dynamic Blocks
 
5

AD 2

Advanced
Dimensions

5

AD 3

External References

5

AD 4

Attributes

5

Total


20

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COURSE DESCRIPTION


AD 1
-
Dynamic Blocks


The course focuses on some very useful AutoCad concepts that greatly simplify the workload.
Students will learn to create blocks, wblocks
, dynamic blocks, and groups as well as insert symbol
libraries and purge the drawing. The designer will be able to group objects together to allow for easier
handling and storage for future reuse; creating symbol libraries which are an indispensable part
of any
designer’s toolset.


AD 2
-

Advanced Dimensions


This introduction to advanced dimensions is intended to enhance the designer’s knowledge of
AutoCAD’s dimensioning features, focusing at the New Dimension Style (NDS) dialog box and
Parametrics. The
student will learn additional, advanced features of the Dimension Style Manager and
be capable of setting up complex dimensions. The course will discuss two advanced dimensioning
features called geometric and dimensional constraints.


AD 3
-

External
References


External references (xrefs), is a vital topic for architectural AutoCAD users and for all others CAD
designers. This topic forms the core of advanced AutoCAD knowledge. The student will
learn how to

atta
ch an entire drawing file to a
current d
rawing as a referenced drawing (
xref
)
.

The course will focus on loading and unloading xrefs, binding xrefs, updating and editing xrefs.


AD 4
-

Attributes


The course will introduce and thoroughly cover the concept of creating attributes. The student will

learn how to place information inside of blocks (attributes) and extract this information out of the
attributes and send it to a spreadsheet or other database. This important advanced tool will allow
extensive information to be hidden unobtrusively in a d
rawing which can be accessed if needed and
put into a spreadsheet, such as Microsoft Excel, for cost analysis or track and organizational
purposes.

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SCHOOL CALENDAR


CE  Course  Calendar  
 
 
CE  Course  Calendar  
 
for  20  Hrs  Course  only.
 
 
for
 30  Hrs  Course  only.
 
(Weekdays)
 
 
(Weekdays)
 
 
 
 
 
 
Start
 
Date
 
Ending
 Date
 
 
Start
 Date
 
Ending
 Date
 
 
 
 
 
 
9/2/2013
 
9/6/2013
 
 
9/2/2013
 
9/11/2013
 
9/9/2013
 
9/13/2013
 
 
9/16/2013
 
9/25/2013
 
9/16/2013
 
9/20/2013
 
 
9/30/2013
 
10/9/2013
 
9/23/2013
 
9/27/2013
 
 
10/14/2013
 
10/23/2013
 
9/30/2013
 
10/4/2013
 
 
10/28/2013
 
11/6/2013
 
10/7/2013
 
10/11/2013
 
 
11/11/2013
 
11/20/2013
 
10/14/2013
 
10/18/2013
 
 
11/25/2013
 
12/4/2013
 
10/21/2013
 
10/25/2013
 
 
12/9/2013
 
12/18/2013
 
10/28/2013
 
11/1/2013
 
 
1/6/2014
 
1/15/2014
 
11/4/2013
 
11/8/2013
 
 
1/20/2014
 
1/29/2014
 
11/11/2013
 
11/15/2013
 
 
2/3/2014
 
2/12/2014
 
11/18/2013
 
11/22/2013
 
 
2/17/2014
 
2/26/2014
 
11/25/2013
 
11/29/2013
 
 
3/3/2014
 
3/12/2014
 
12/2/2013
 
12/6/2013
 
 
3/17/2014
 
3/26/2014
 
12/9/2013
 
12/13/2013
 
 
3/31/2014
 
4/9/2014
 


Courses  by  Clock  Hour
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
20hrs  Courses:  
 
 
 
 
 Phlebotomy  certification,  Microsoft  Access  Advanced,  Computer  Repair
 
Microsoft  Excel  Advanced,  Microsoft  Word  Advanced,  Getting  Started  with  Quickbooks,
 
Photoshop  Advanced,  InDesign  Advanced,  Illustrator  Advanced,  Dreamweaver  Advanced,
 
AutoCAD  
Advanced.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
30hrs  Courses:
 
 
 
 
Certified  Nursing  Assistant  License  Exam  Preparation
 
Miami  Dade  County  Journeyman  Electrician  License  Exam  Preparation
 
 
 
 
 
 
40hrs  Courses:
 
 
 
 
Miami  Dade  County  Journeyman  Air  Conditioning  License  Exam  Preparation
 

CE  Course  Calendar  
 
for  40  Hrs  Course  only.
 
(Weekdays)
 
 
 
Start  Date
 
Ending  Date
 
 
 
9/2/2013
 
9/13/2013
 
9/16/2013
 
9/27/2013
 
9/30/2013
 
10/11/2013
 
10/14/2013
 
10/25/2013
 
10/28/2013
 
11/8/2013
 
11/11/2013
 
11/22/2013
 
11/25/2013
 
12/6/2013
 
12/9/2013
 
12/20/2013
 
1/6/2014
 
1/17/2014
 
1/20/2014
 
1/31/2014
 
2/3/2014
 
2/14/2014
 
2/17/2014
 
2/28/2014
 
3/3/2014
 
3/14/2014
 
3/17/2014
 
3/28/2014
 
3/31/2014
 
4/11/2014
 
39
 
 


CE  Course  Calendar  
 
 
CE  Course  Calendar  
 
for  20  Hrs  Course  only.
 
 
for  30  Hrs  Course  only.
 
(Saturday  Classes)
 
 
(Saturday  Classes)
 
 
 
 
 
 
Start
 Date
 
Ending
 Date
 
 
Start
 Date
 
Ending
 Date
 
 
 
 
 
 
9/7/2013
 
10/5/2013
 
 
9/7/2013
 
10/12/2013
 
10/12/2013
 
11/9/2013
 
 
10/19/2013
 
11/23/2013
 
11/16/2013
 
12/14/2013
 
 
11/30/2013
 
1/18/2014
 
1/11/2014
 
2/8/2014
 
 
1/25/2014
 
3/1/2014
 
2/15/2014
 
3/15/2014
 
 
3/8/2014
 
4/5/2014
 
3/22/2014
 
4/19/2014
 
 
4/12/2014
 
5/10/2014
 
4/26/2014
 
5/24/2014
 
 
5/17/2014
 
6/14/2014
 
5/31/2014
 
6/28/2014
 
 
6/21/2014
 
7/19/2014
 
7/5/2014
 
8/2/2014
 
 
7/26/2014
 
8/23/2014
 
7/12/2014
 
8/9/2014
 
 
8/2/2014
 
8/30/2014
 
7/19/2014
 
8/16/2014
 
 
8/9/2014
 
9/6/2014
 
7/26/2014
 
8/23/2014
 
 
8/16/2014
 
9/13/2014
 
8/2/2014
 
8/30/2014
 
 
8/23/2014
 
9/20/2014
 
8/9/2014
 
9/6/2014
 
 
8/30/2014
 
9/27/2014
 
8/16/2014
 
9/13/2014
 
 
9/6/2014
 
10/4/2014
 



Courses  by  Clock  Hour
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
20hrs  Courses:  
 
 
 
 
 Phlebotomy  certification,  Microsoft  Access  Advanced,  Computer  Repair
 
Microsoft  Excel  Advanced,  Microsoft  Word  Advanced,  Getting  Started  with  Quickbooks,
 
Photoshop  Advanced,  InDesign
 Advanced,  Illustrator  Advanced,  Dreamweaver  Advanced,
 
AutoCAD  Advanced.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
30hrs  Courses:
 
 
 
 
Certified  Nursing  Assistant  License  Exam  Preparation
 
Miami  Dade  County  Journeyman  Electrician  License  Exam  Preparation
 
 
 
 
 
 
40hrs  Courses:
 
 
 
 
Miami  
Dade  County  Journeyman  Air  Conditioning  License  Exam  Preparation
 

CE  Course  Calendar  
 
for  40  Hrs  Course  only.
 
(Saturday  Classes)
 
 
 
Start  Date
 
Ending  Date
 
 
 
9/7/2013
 
11/9/2013
 
9/14/2013
 
11/16/2013
 
9/21/2013
 
11/23/2013
 
9/28/2013
 
11/30/2013
 
10/5/2013
 
12/7/2013
 
10/12/2013
 
12/14/2013
 
10/19/2013
 
12/21/2013
 
10/26/2013
 
1/11/2014
 
11/2/2013
 
1/4/2014
 
11/9/2013
 
1/11/2014
 
11/16/2013
 
1/18/2014
 
11/23/2013
 
1/25/2014
 
11/30/2013
 
2/1/2014
 
12/7/2013
 
2/8/2014
 
12/14/2013
 
2/15/2014