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Summer 2021

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Explore Your Creativity!

Our Lifelong Learning workshops provide an opportunity to relax and enjoy your creative side!

Creative Arts topics include:

Crochet

Featured Workshop Flip Flop Wreath/Swag (LLC 5757)

Look inside on pages 11-12 for a complete list of class descriptions and dates/times!

To register, call (815) 280-1555 or visit www.jjc.edu/LLC.

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Table of Contents

Career Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6 Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) . . . . . . . 3 Computer Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Forklift . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Healthcare. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 Dental Assistant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Medical Coding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Pharmacy Technician Training . . . . . . . . 4 Phlebotomy Technician Training. . . . . . . 5 Personal Trainer Certification . . . . . . . . . 5 Industrial Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Process Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Real Estate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Business & Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Writing Seminars. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Computers & Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10 Google TM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Microsoft ® Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8 Graphic Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9 Home Computers 9 QuickBooks TM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Videography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Websites. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-10 3D Printing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Concealed Carry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11 Creative Arts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-12 Art Appreciation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Crafts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Crochet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Drawing & Painting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Music. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Pottery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Culinary Arts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-14 Baking & Decorating. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Food Sanitation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Healthy Cooking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Specialty Cooking 14 Dispensary Agent Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Education & Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Entrepreneur . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 First Aid. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Gardening. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Beekeeping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Genealogy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Nonprofit Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Personal Finance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Photography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-19 Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19

Registration Information

Ways to register:

(815) 280-1555

www.jjc.edu/LLC

Refund Policy: In order to receive a refund, you must drop the course registration three calendar days prior to the start of the course. No refunds, partial refunds or make-up sessions are given for sessions not attended.

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Project Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Retirement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Supervisory/Management . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21 Transportation & Logistics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Water/Wastewater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Workplace Safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Kids College Grades 1-2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Grades 3-5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Grades 3-8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-26 Grades 6-8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-27 High School. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday

F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday

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Campus location: in-person class Hybrid: online lecture & in-person labs Online: self-paced virtual class Webinar: interactive, instructor-led virtual class

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Career Scholarships may be available through the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) for those who meet the eligibility guidelines based on income and/or unemployment. Contact your county Workforce Development Office for more information.

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Community & Continuing Education programs are offered through JJC's Corporate & Community Services

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Joliet Junior College is committed to providing information on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Please visit www.JJC.edu/advisory-information-coronavirus for the most up-to-date information. Disability Services is committed to providing accommodations to students with verified disabilities. Disability services is the office designated by the college to support students and community members with disabilities under Section 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and tile ADA Amendments Act of 2008. Disability Services arranges accommodations for eligible students and community members, and assists college administration, faculty, and staff to provide required accommodations JJC follows the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which prohibit discrimination on the basis of an individual's disability. Individuals with disabilities or those who feel they need accommodations are encouraged to contact the Disability Services office to determine eligibility for accommodations. Joliet Junior College 2019 Annual Security Report & Fire Log As required by the Jeannie Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Security Act, the updated Annual Security Report (ASR) has been posted on the JJC Police Department website. As required by the Act, the report is also made available to the public in booklet format. This booklet contains crime statistics for the calendar years 2016 through 2018 for all Joliet Junior College Campuses and Educational Centers as well as Centennial Commons Student Housing. It is also available on the JJC Police Department website at the following link: https://www.jjc.edu/sites/default/files/PDFs/Police/2018%20Clery%20 Annual%20Security%20Report.pdf In addition to crime statistics, the website and booklet contain the fire log for Centennial Commons, information regarding missing student reports, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence & stalking, campus security and personal safety such as crime prevention and reporting, police law enforcement authority, disciplinary procedures and other related security policies. This information is required by law and is made available by the Joliet Junior College Police Department. We trust that you find this information useful and hope that you will feel free to contact us with any questions or suggestions at (815) 280-2234 or in person at the JJC Police Department located in Room G 1013 on Main Campus.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Bob Wunderlich, Chairman Maureen Broderick, Vice Chairwoman Jake Mahalik, Secretary Nancy Garcia Guillen , Trustee Joliet Junior College City Center Campus 235 North Chicago Street, Joliet, IL 60432 (815) 727-6544 EDUCATION CENTERS Joliet Junior College Morris Education Center 725 School Street, Morris, IL 60450 (815) 942-1552 Joliet Junior College Weitendorf Agricultural Education Center 17840 Laraway Road, Joliet, IL 60433 (815) 280-6900 CAMPUSES Joliet Junior College Main Campus 1215 Houbolt Road, Joliet, IL 60431 (815) 729-9020 Joliet Junior College Romeoville Campus 1125 West Romeo Road (West 135th St) Romeoville, IL 60446 (815) 886-3000

Military Veterans & their spouse can earn their CDL at NO COST!

*This program is open to Military Veterans (retired, reserves or active duty) and their spouse.

FULL-TIME DAY CLASSES BEGIN EVERY 3 WEEKS. Program includes: tuition, permit fee & drug screening/physical exam

This material is based upon work supported by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration under a grant/cooperative agreement (FM-DTG-0080-19-01-00), dated 9/23/19. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and/or the U.S. Department of Transportation. Call (815) 280-6902 or email CDLinfo@jjc.edu Contact a recruiter for eligibility requirements.

Alicia Morales, Trustee Dan O’Connell, Trustee Betty Washington, Trustee David Lozano, Student Trustee

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Career Training Commercial Driver’s License Commercial Driver’s License CDL - Class A (CDL 101)

Forklift Forklift Training &

WIOA

Certification (FORK 100) Experience drive time on various forklifts including the Walkie Rider, Sit Down and Narrow Aisle/Stand Up and earn the National Safety Council Certification for Industrial Lift Trucks. The Joliet Junior College district has become a distribution center for the Midwest in the last decade. Local warehouses and distribution centers offer numerous job openings for trained industrial truck drivers. The powered industrial truck, commonly referred to as the forklift, is used in every distribution center, major retail store and manufacturing facility. Includes textbook and certification. Prerequisite: at least 18-years-old T1 8a.m.-2p.m. M-R Weitendorf July 12-15 $849

Designed for individuals with little or no commercial driving experience,

WIOA

this program includes everything you need to receive a Commercial Driver’s License. You will receive a Department of Transportation physical, Commercial Driver’s License learner’s permit and endorsement preparation, Department of Transportation rules and regulations, log books, instruction in map reading and trip planning and complete vehicle training to prepare you for an entry-level position in the trucking industry. In addition, the program includes the Class A Road Test, which is administered by the Secretary of State. The program can be completed in four weeks by attending full time, Monday through Friday, 8a.m. to 4:30p.m. Each student is required to complete 30 hours of home study during the program. Students are required to take a physical/drug screening test. For more information about current schedule and class fees, email CDLinfo@jjc.edu or call (815) 280-6902.

Computer Technology Computer Technician

(CompTIA A+) (MGT 4501) Build on your existing user-level knowledge and experience with personal computer software and hardware in order to gain the fundamental skills that computer technicians use every day on the job. Upon completing this course, students will gain the essential skills and technical expertise necessary to install, upgrade, configure, troubleshoot, optimize, repair and perform preventative maintenance on basic personal computer hardware and operating systems. This course is designed to fully prepare students to sit for and pass the CompTIA A+ (Core 1 and Core 2) Certification Exams. Students are eligible for an optional externship with a local employer after successful course completion. Includes textbook and supplies. Prerequisite: High School Diploma or GED equivalent, at least 18-years-old T1 6-9:30p.m. T,R Main June 8-Nov. 2 $2,699

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Career Scholarships may be available through the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) for those who meet the eligibility guidelines based on income and/or unemployment. Contact your county Workforce Development Office for more information.

Associate Certificate. Turn to page 5 for details.

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Health Care

Dental Assistant (MGT 818) Prepare for an entry-level position in one of the fastest growing health care professions – Dental Assisting. This course will familiarize you with all areas of administrative and clinical dental assisting, focusing on the responsibilities required to function as an assistant in a dental practice. Administrative topics include the history of dentistry and dental assisting, introduction to the dental office, the legal aspects of dentistry, policies and guidelines. Clinical aspects include an introduction to oral anatomy, dental operatory, dental equipment, introduction to tooth structure, primary and permanent teeth, the oral cavity and related structures, proper patient positioning, dental handpieces, sterilization and more. After successful completion of the classroom portion, you have the option of completing a 40-hour clinical externship. Includes textbooks and supplies. Costs not included: AHA BLS CPR Certification, uniform, health and safety requirements needed before clinical externship, certification exams. Prerequisite: High School Diploma or GED equivalent, at least 18-years-old T1 6-9:45p.m. M,W Main June 16-Aug. 11 $1,399 (No class July 5) Medical Coding - FREE Informational Webinar The growing health care industry requires knowledgeable coders. This one-hour, free informational webinar provides an overview of the intense curriculum needed to be successful at certification while highlighting the many benefits that a career in medical coding has to offer. To sign up, go to www.trainingupdate.org or call (815) 280-1555. WIOA

Pharmacy Technician Training (MGT 5170) Start a rewarding career as a pharmacy technician by preparing to become nationally certified by the PTCB or the ExCPT and become a Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT). Jobs in the health care industry are growing at a fast pace. CPhTs are now allowed to give vaccinations and are essential workers in the fight against COVID-19. As the population ages and demand increases for prescription medications, so will the demand for pharmaceutical services. A pharmacy technician is a pharmacy health care worker, who works under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist, performing tasks like entering prescriptions into a computer, verifying prescriptions, ordering medication and maintaining medication inventories. Pharmacy technicians normally work in retail pharmacies or hospital pharmacies, but some work for health insurance companies, pharmaceutical wholesalers, nursing homes and the federal government. Includes textbook and flashcards. Costs not included: state license and certification exam fee. Prerequisite: High School Diploma or GED equivalent, at least 18-years-old T1 11a.m.-2:30p.m. W Webinar May 26-Aug. 11 $995 T2 6-9:30p.m. W Webinar June 2-Aug. 18 $995 Pharmacy Technician - FREE Informational Webinar The pharmacy technician job market is strong. Pharmacy technicians are essential workers who work in a variety of environments (hospitals, retail pharmacies etc.). With plenty of advancement opportunities, you’ll learn many new skills. This one-hour, free information session provides information about a career as a pharmacy technician and an overview of the JJC program. To sign up for the free informational webinar, go to www.trainingupdate.org or call (815) 280-1555. For Fall semester: Wednesday, Aug. 11 • 6-7p.m. WIOA

Dental Assistant - FREE Informational Webinar The need for dental assistants is growing at more than 10 percent per year. This one-hour, free webinar provides an overview of the dental industry and a career as a Dental Assistant. You’ll also learn more about the curriculum, externship and options for certification. To sign up, go to www.trainingupdate.org or call (815) 280-1555. For Summer semester: Wednesday, May 12 • 6-7p.m .

Start a new career with online training! You can work at your own pace and complete most programs in 4 - 12 months.

Classes include:

Computer Technician Contact Tracing and Infection Control Executive Assistant Medical Coding & Billing Pharmacy Technician

For Fall semester: Tuesday, July 20 • 6-7p.m.

AAPC Medical Coding Certification Online (MGT 9000)

Take the first step to working from home and earn a medical coding certification from the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC). Medical coders are essential workers, and qualified employees are needed to fill these positions. Now, you can complete your AAPC certification completely online in your own time and at your own pace. T1 Online $1,995

More classes available online! REGISTER NOW! https://partner.careerstep.com/jjc

Watch for the return of our EKG Technician class — Fall 2021.

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Phlebotomy Technician Training - FREE Informational Webinar The health care industry is consistently in need of phlebotomists. This one-hour, free information session provides information about a career in phlebotomy and an overview of the new non-credit program. To sign up, go to www.trainingupdate.org or call (815) 280-1555. For Summer semester: Wednesday, May 19 • 6-7p.m. For Fall semester: Wednesday, July 7 • 6-7p.m.

Personal Trainer Certification (MGT 858) Take the first step to starting an exciting, successful career as a Certified Personal Trainer. Joliet Junior College partners with World Instructor Training Schools (WITS) to provide you in-depth lectures and hands-on practical labs that will prepare you for the national certification exam. The program, which is accredited by NCCA, consists of 15 hours of lecture on key topics like biomechanics, exercise physiology, fitness testing, equipment usage, health assessments and 15 hours of hands-on practical training labs where you will practice assessing clients, programming, performing proper exercise technique, presenting and more. You can start working after passing the national certification exam and earning your Level 1 Certified Personal Trainer (CPT). At no additional cost, you can take advantage of the 30-hour employer internship to earn the Level 2 CPT credential. Thursday classes will be held from 6-9p.m. on the JJC Main Campus. Saturday classes will be held (10a.m.-1p.m.) at Hometown Fitness in Plainfield. Exam will be held on Aug. 19 & 21. Time for exam to be determined. Includes exam. Cost does not include: textbook, AHA Heartsaver CPR. Prerequisite: at least 18-years-old T1 See Above* R,S Hybrid July 8-Aug. 21 $799 (No Class Aug. 12 & 14) Personal Trainer - FREE Informational Webinar Advance from a fitness enthusiast to a fitness leader in your community by becoming a Certified Personal Trainer. This one-hour information session provides you the opportunity to explore leading local employers and meet our outstanding instructor. You’ll discover what skills and training are needed to succeed in the growing fitness industry. Find out about payment options, textbooks, online supplemental tools and more! Get started on a new career. Sign up today for our FREE information session. To sign up, go to www.trainingupdate.org or call (815) 280-1555. For Summer semester: Wednesday, June 16 • 6-7p.m.

Industrial Maintenance Industrial Maintenance Certificate (INDT 350) Designed to provide the foundational skills needed to function as a maintenance technician. Hands-on instruction provides a basic understanding of electricity, pumps, boilers, pipefitting and more. Topics include common electrical circuit and identification of problems; troubleshooting a three-phase fuse box; AC and DC voltage; Fluke 80 Series Meters; purposes, types and operation of pumps; troubleshooting common boiler operation problems; types and uses of pipes and fittings; plus much more. Strong focus will be put on electrical and general safety. Program includes ELC 101, ELC 103, ELC 105, ELC 1130, ELC 1102, INDT 128, INDT 135, INDT 124 and SAF 841. Includes textbook and materials. Prerequisite: High School Diploma or GED equivalent, at least 18-years-old T1 8a.m.-4p.m. T,W,R Main June 22-July 29 $2,849 (No class June 30, July 1, 7, 14, 21 & 28)

Phlebotomy Technician Training (SAF 3800)

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Gain hands-on experience while preparing for a career as a Phlebotomy Technician. This 60-hour course will consist of lectures, discussions, skills practice and tests, written exams and a clinical experience to provide students adequate preparation to be hired as an entry-level phlebotomist. Lab time will be provided during each class allowing students to develop skills in venipuncture and skin puncture techniques as well as specimen processing. A supervised, 120-hour clinical experience allows students an opportunity to further develop the competencies needed to become a phlebotomist. Successful completion of the classroom and clinical experience provides eligibility to take the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) certification exam. An orientation will be held on Wednesday, June 16 from 5-6p.m. Costs not included: textbook, AHA BLS CPR Certification, uniform, health and safety requirements needed before clinical externship, certification exam. Prerequisite: High School Diploma or GED equivalent, at least 18-years-old, Adult Basic Learning Examination T1 5-8:45p.m. T,R Main June 22-Aug. 12 $1,399

Warehouse Associate Certificate (SAF 995)

Gain the skills and knowledge you need to work safely while starting a career in transportation, logistics or warehousing. You’ll experience 20-hours of hands-on forklift training on three industrial lift trucks: Walkie Rider, Sit Down and Narrow Aisle/Stand Up. You’ll also complete a three-part transportation course exploring federal motor carrier safety regulations and the development of safety systems and procedures. You’ll discuss Compliance, Safety and Accountability (CSA) and how to perform a self-audit before delving into insurance concerns. Class days and times vary. This class will be held at Weitendorf and Main Campus.

T1 June 17-Aug. 23

$1,499

Heartsaver CPR classes (LLC 3637) for Personal Trainer can be found on page 16.

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Business & Accounting Bookkeeping Certificate (Online) (MGT 7973)

Process Technology

Real Estate Broker Pre-License (MGT 4300) Complete this introductory 60-hour course, plus the 15-hour Advanced Real Estate Principles course (MGT 4310), to qualify and prepare for the Illinois Real Estate Broker License state examination. All required topics are covered, including license law, real property, agency, seller and buyer relationships, state and federal laws, marketing, market analysis, appraisal and contracts. Includes textbook. Costs not included: MGT 4310, licensing exam. Prerequisite: High School Diploma or GED equivalent, at least 18-years-old T1 6-9:45p.m. T,R Webinar June 22-Aug. 12 $749 Real Estate Broker Pre-License (Online) (MGT 4305) Complete this introductory 60-hour online course, plus the 15-hour Applied Real Estate Principles course (MGT 4310), to qualify and prepare for the Illinois Real Estate Broker License state examination. All required topics are covered within our online learning management system, including: license law, real property, agency, seller and buyer relationships, state and federal laws, marketing, market analysis, appraisal and contracts. NOTE: This class includes a complete, self-guided, online course, with virtual instructor support. Includes textbook. Costs not included: MGT 4310, licensing exam. Prerequisite: High School Diploma or GED equivalent, at least 18-years-old T1 Online June 22-Aug. 12 $749

Process Operator Technician - FREE Informational Webinars Switch to a career with a future and train to work in process operations technology. You’ll gain the fundamental skills that you need to work as a process technician in this fast-track program that prepares you for the job market in four to five months. After gaining a foundation in math, chemistry and physics, you’ll be provided basic skills in electrical, motors, instrumentation, pumps, furnaces/ heaters, plant systems, refrigeration, cooling towers and much, much more. NOTE: This class is delivered virtually with in-person labs. Includes textbook and materials. Prerequisite: High School Diploma or GED equivalent, at least 18-years-old, Adult Basic Learning Examination. For more information, email processoperator@jjc.edu To sign up for an information session, go to www.trainingupdate.org or call (815) 280-1555. For Fall semester: Wednesday, July 7 • 10-11a.m. Wednesday, July 14 • 6-7p.m. WIOA

Advance your career by gaining the knowledge needed to measure and manage, the financial health of your business. Whether you are an entrepreneur, running a family business or just looking to grow your skill set, this 48-hour online certificate program will show you how to complete each phase of the accounting cycle, from analyzing a financial transaction to preparing financial statements and closing the books. You’ll gain an understanding of the accounting equation and each of the five categories involved in every business and explore the differences between cash basis accounting and accrual basis accounting. Offered in partnership with UGotClass. T1 Online June 7-Aug. 27 $495 Certificate in Data Analysis (Online) (MGT 7963) Data Analysis is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after skills in the workplace. Companies have vast amounts of data, but it is rare to have someone with the ability to analyze that data to see trends and make predictions. Add a whole new skill set to your portfolio and make a big difference in the success of your organization by acquiring data analysis skills. Offered in partnership with UGotClass. T1 Online June 7-Aug. 27 $495 Certificate in Customer Service (Online) (MGT 7981) Learn to improve your customer service skills to enhance your career skill set, improve productivity, and increase your organization’s success. You will take away some extraordinary customer service techniques you won’t find anywhere else. Customer service is now essential for business. With the increase of technology, the short moments of human interaction with customers becomes even more important. Whether it relates to retaining customers, serving your audience or turning inquiries from potential customers into sales, good customer service is now one of the central factors in organizational success. Offered in partnership with UGotClass. T1 Online June 7-July 30 $245

Real Estate

Real Estate - FREE Informational Webinar Start your career in real estate! This one-hour, free webinar answers many questions first-time real estate students have about getting their license. Review classes needed and exam requirements while discovering the many benefits that a career in real estate has to offer. To sign up, go to www.trainingupdate.org or call (815) 280-1555. For Summer semester: Wednesday, May 12 • 6-7p.m.

Applied Real Estate Principles (MGT 4310)

Complete this 15-hour course, plus the 60- hour Real Estate Broker Pre-License course (MGT 4300 or MGT 4305), to qualify and prepare for the Illinois Real Estate Broker License state examination. Apply what you’ve learned in the introductory course through case studies and role-playing activities. All required topics are covered, including: listing presentations, buyer representations, purchase agreements, negotiating, closing costs and antitrust. Includes textbook. Costs not included: MGT 4300/4305, licensing exam. Prerequisite: High School Diploma or GED equivalent, at least 18-years-old T1 6-9:45p.m. T,R Webinar Aug. 17-26 $235

For Fall semester: Wednesday, Aug. 25 • 6-7p.m.

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Communication Introduction to Voiceovers - One on One (LLC 4806) “Wow, you have a great voice!” Have you heard that more times than you can count? Or maybe you listen to your favorite audiobooks, commercials or cartoon characters and think, “I could do that!” If so, then you could have what it takes to begin working as a professional Voiceover Artist. Explore the voiceover industry with your instructor - a professional, working voice actor from Voices For All, in a one- on-one, personalized, video chat setting. Discover the current trends in the industry and how easy and affordable it is for just about anyone to get involved. In this onetime, 90-minute, introductory class, you’ll also learn about the different types of voiceovers and the tools needed to find success. Your instructor will record you as you read a real script, then offer you some coaching so you can improve your delivery, taking notes on your performance so you can receive a professional voiceover evaluation later. Get a better sense of how the class works at http://www.voicesforall.com/ooo. Ages 18 and over. You owe it to yourself to finally explore the possibilities of this fun and rewarding job! Requirements: Students must have either internet access or video chatting capabilities using a method such as: Skype (for PC/Mac users) or iChat/FaceTime (for Mac Users). T1 Online See Above $44

Computers & Technology

Microsoft Office Access 2019: Level 2 (IDAY 1243) In this class, you’ll expand your knowledge of relational database design and gain the skills to improve database efficiency, promote data integrity, and implement advanced features in tables, queries, forms and reports. You’ll also learn how to: provide input validation features to promote the entry of quality data into a database; organize a database for efficiency and performance while maintaining data integrity; improve the usability of Access tables creating advanced queries to join and summarize data; use advanced formatting and controls to improve form presentation; and use advanced formatting and calculated fields to improve reports. T1 8:30a.m.-4p.m T Main July 27 $119 Microsoft Office 2019 Excel: Level 1 (IDAY 251) Topics include: getting started, entering and editing data, creating formulas and basic functions, modifying a worksheet, formatting, printing and managing workbooks. T1 6-9:30p.m. R Main June 10 & 17 $119 T2 8:30a.m.-4p.m. W Main July 7 $119 Microsoft Office 2019 Excel: Level 2 (IDAY 253) Topics include: working with functions, working with lists, creating and modifying tables, conditional formatting, visualizing data with charts and using PivotTables and Pivot Charts. T1 6-9:30p.m. R Main June 24 & July 1 $119 T2 8:30a.m.-4p.m. W Main July 14 $119 Microsoft Office 2019 Excel: Level 3 (IDAY 255) Topics include: working with multiple worksheets and workbooks, using lookup functions and formula auditing, sharing and protecting workbooks, applying data validation, introducing bookmarks, creating sparklines and mapping data, creating data tables, using scenarios and goal seek and forecasting data trends. T1 8:30a.m.-4p.m. W Main July 21 $119

Google™ Communicate & Collaborate in Google (IDAY 950) Discover the fundamentals of Google G Suite. More people work from remote locations than ever before. Communication and collaboration need to be flexible and on demand. The office productivity apps that comprise Google G Suite support both real-time and asynchronous collaboration and communication. In this course, you’ll gain hands-on experience in the basic features and functionalities of the apps

included in G Suite. T1 8:00a.m.-Noon

M

Main $139

July 12 & 19

Google Analytics Certificate (Online) (COMP 5500) Understand your website visitor traffic better, learn how to calculate return on investment (ROI) for your online advertising, and find out how to get more conversions and sales from your website visitors. This program, aimed at non-technical users, will take you through the key techniques and how to use website analytics using the world-standard Google Analytics, a free online tool. Offered in

partnership with UGotClass. T1 Online June 7-July 30

$345

Writing Seminars The Art of Writing for the Web (LLC 3961)

Microsoft Office® Microsoft Office Access 2019: Level 1 (IDAY 1242) In this class, you’ll gain an understanding of relational databases and the skills to create a new database, construct data tables, design forms and reports and run queries in Microsoft Access. You’ll learn how to navigate within the Access application environment, create a simple database and customize Access configuration options. Other topics will include organizing and managing data stored within Access tables; using queries to join, sort and filter data from different tables; using forms to view, access and input data; and creating and formatting custom reports. T1 8:30a.m.-4p.m. T Main July 20 $119

If you blog, market online or produce any text that is meant to be read on-screen, this revealing class is a must! Because screen- friendly writing differs from hardcopy text, in both style and presentation, you’ll learn how to maximize a reader’s positive experience and minimize the lure to click away from your site all by how you structure your writing. T1 6-9p.m. W Main June 9 $34

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Microsoft Excel with PivotTables (IDAY 250)

Fundamentals of Photoshop - Level One (GRAF 1006) Add excitement to your digital photographs with Photoshop. You will learn how to use curves and levels to adjust and correct color. You’ll have fun using filters to enhance the look and feel of your photographs and you will learn how to combine images to create stunning original pictures. Learn to repair and retouch images. T1 6-9p.m. W Main June 2-23 $229

Take your reports from ordinary to extraordinary in this hands-on class to learn how to create PivotTables. Excel PivotTables are a great way to summarize, analyze, explore and present your data. PivotTables let you easily view data from different angles. You will learn to reorganize and summarize selected rows and columns from a spreadsheet or database table to generate the report you want—without changing the spreadsheet or database itself. You must complete Microsoft Office Excel: Level 2 (IDAY 253) before attending. T1 8:30a.m.-4p.m. W Main July 28 $119 Microsoft Office 2019 PowerPoint: Level 1 (IDAY 261) Topics include: getting started with PowerPoint, developing a PowerPoint presentation, performing advanced text editing, adding graphic elements to your presentation, modifying objects in your presentation, adding tables and charts to your presentation and preparing to deliver your presentation. T1 6-9:30p.m. R Main July 8 & 15 $119 T2 8:30a.m.-4p.m. W Main Aug. 4 $119

Microsoft Office 2019 Word: Level 1 (IDAY 271) Topics include: getting started with Word, editing a document, formatting text and paragraphs, adding tables, managing lists, inserting graphic objects, controlling page appearance, proofing a document and preparing to publish a document. T1 8:30a.m.-4p.m. W Main June 16 $119 T2 6-9:30p.m. R Main July 22 & 29 $119 Microsoft Office 2019 Word: Level 2 (IDAY 273) Topics include: organizing tables and charts; customizing formats using styles and themes; inserting content using Quick Parts, controlling text flow, using templates and mail merge for letters, envelopes and labels. T1 8:30a.m.-4p.m. W Main June 23 $119 T2 6-9:30p.m. R Main Aug. 5 & 12 $119 Microsoft Office 2019 Word: Level 3 (IDAY 275) Topics include: collaborating on documents, adding reference marks and notes, manipulating images, using custom graphic elements, simplifying and managing long documents, securing a document, forms and automating repetitive tasks with macros. T1 8:30a.m.-4p.m. W Main June 30 $119 Graphic Design Graphic Design Certificate Demonstrate your knowledge of fundamental graphic design by earning a noncredit Graphic Design Certificate. Students must complete four core and three elective classes. Please contact Chris Lester at dlester@jjc.edu or (815) 280-1423 for more information and certificate application.

Introduction to Adobe Premiere ® Pro CC (GRAF 1049)

Adobe Premiere Pro is the film industry’s most- used software for video editing. Learn how to organize media, add video and audio, cut and trim clips, apply transitions, produce titles and add effects. These step-by-step lessons will provide practice in compositing footage, controlling clip speed and motion using key framing, animating graphics, exporting and more. T1 6-9p.m. M Main June 7-28 $229 Intermediate Photoshop - Level Two (GRAF 1007) Get past the basics and learn about layer masks, clipping paths, filters and channels. You’ll also learn more advanced color correction techniques. The completion of GRAF 1006 or proficiency in basic Photoshop skills are required. T1 6-9p.m. W Main June 30-July 21 $229 Introduction to Illustrator (GRAF 1004) This course offers a comprehensive overview of the features and commands of Adobe Illustrator. Students will gain further knowledge and proficiencies with the tools necessary to work in Adobe Illustrator. Topics covered include discussing various graphic formats, starting Illustrator, reviewing the Adobe Illustrator environment and user interface, creating and editing basic vector graphics, vector paths, using drawing tools to draw and edit geometric objects, manipulating objects, applying color and creating eye-catching type effects. T1 6-9p.m. M Main July 12-Aug. 2 $229

Microsoft Office 2019 PowerPoint: Level 2 (IDAY 263)

Topics include: modifying the PowerPoint environment, customizing design templates, adding SmartArt and math equations to a presentation, working with media and animations, collaborating on a presentation, customizing a slide show and securing and distributing a presentation. T1 8:30a.m.-4p.m. W Main Aug. 11 $119

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QuickBooks™ Introduction to QuickBooks (COMP 2400) Monitor your small business finances, including accounts payable and receivable, with QuickBooks. Learn how to record deposits, enter bills and make payments, generate invoices and sales receipts, create credit memos, write checks, automate transactions and generate reports. This program is ideal for service or product-based small businesses. Other topics include setting up a company, including vendor lists and bank accounts, as well as protecting and backing up data. While the class is designed for QuickBooks Desktop software, QuickBooks Online screen shots will be shown. T1 6-9p.m. M Main June 21-July 19 $225 (No class July 5) Advanced QuickBooks (COMP 2401) Build on your knowledge of QuickBooks. Learn to set up a payroll system that manages employee information and generates checks, budgets and tax documentation. Practice customizing forms, creating graphs, building and modifying more advanced reports, writing letters and creating job estimates. Other topics include how to apply sales tax and track credit card transactions. While the class is designed for QuickBooks Desktop, QuickBooks Online

Websites Certificate in Web Design (Online) (COMP 4510) Discover the basics of web design using HTML and CSS, learn to plan and design effective web pages and find out how to create effective and dynamic websites/applications. Online users say a website’s design is the number one criteria for deciding whether a company is credible or not, according to recent research. You’ll complete this class with a functioning web application hosted on a web server that is both accessible and Search Engine Optimized. No prior knowledge of HTML or web design is required. Offered in partnership with UGotClass. T1 Online June 7-Aug. 27 $595

Advanced Photoshop - Level Three (GRAF 1055) Focus on creating quality images for high-end business printers and commercial printing. Students will learn color management/color space concepts and will explore various photographic adjustments including color correction, curves and color replacement. Students will discover how to work with the camera raw format and HDR images. Outputting images for print and web will be covered including CYMK separations for prepress and web optimization. Completion of GRAF 1006 & GRAF 1007 is required. T1 6-9p.m. W Main July 28-Aug. 18 $229

Home Computers Welcome to Using Windows 10 (LLC 5218)

WordPress Certificate (Online) (COMP 4500)

Discover how to build a WordPress website or blog. WordPress is the most popular content management system (CMS) for website and blog design. After refreshing your knowledge of website design, you’ll learn to customize your WordPress site by hand-coding HTML, CSS and PHP; perform the necessary regular WordPress maintenance; create WordPress website backups; and apply SEO techniques in WordPress. You’ll also explore the advanced features of WordPress. Offered in partnership with UGotClass. T1 Online June 7-Aug. 27 $495 Creating Websites for Families, Nonprofits and Organizations (LLC 3998) Learn how to create your own website. Create your own space on the internet where you can tell your family story, share knowledge, support a cause, promote a group or simply have fun. During this workshop you will create and publish your own website. The workshop will use the free website service, Weebly, but other website software will be discussed during the class. This class is designed for those with no experience in website design. Students will enjoy the new expanded format of this class that allows for additional hands-on experience in the classroom. T1 6-9p.m. R Main June 17 & 24 $69

Did you upgrade to Windows 10 or get a new computer? This class will help you become more comfortable using a personal computer (PC) and more specifically, the Windows 10 interface. In addition to learning what a PC is, this course will help you become familiar with the Windows 10 user interface and its basic capabilities. T1 6:30-8:30p.m. T Main May 25-June 8 $74 All About PCs (LLC 520) Start from scratch or brush up on your computer skills in this hands-on, slow-paced introduction to computers. Begin with the basics of understanding when to right click or double click, how to log off and switch users, create passwords to secure your computer and how to save and retrieve files. Learn to customize your workspace and use a word processor to create, print and edit files. Gain an understanding of file structures so you can easily move, sort, delete, restore and search for files. Conquer navigating the internet safely as you learn new skills to improve your browsing experience; including mastering sending and receiving emails with attachments. You will also be introduced to Microsoft Office programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. T1 6-9p.m. R Main June 3-July 29 $225

screen shots will be shown. Prerequisite: Introduction to QuickBooks (COMP 2400) T1 6-9p.m. M

Main

July 26-Aug. 16

$225

Videography Introduction to Adobe Premiere ® Pro CC (GRAF 1049)

Adobe Premiere Pro is the film industry’s most used software for video editing. Learn how to organize media, add video and audio, cut and trim clips, apply transitions, produce titles and add effects. These step-by-step lessons will provide practice in compositing footage, controlling clip speed and motion using key framing, animating graphics, exporting and more. T1 6-9p.m. M Main June 7-28 $229

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Concealed Carry Illinois Concealed Carry In order to apply for an Illinois Concealed Carry Permit, students must successfully complete both the N.R.A. Basic Pistol Course (8 hours) and the Illinois Concealed Carry Permit Training Course (8 hours) for a total of 16 hours. Classroom sessions will be held at JJC. In order to successfully complete the Illinois Concealed Carry Training Course, students must pass a live fire test at the range. Participants do not need to own a pistol; several types will be provided for use. Training laser pistols and targets are used to teach proper grip, stance and sighting. The live fire range will be held at Rink’s Gun and Sport, 14363 Archer Ave., Lockport, IL. Students will be responsible for paying the range fee to Rink’s. In order to accommodate schedules, the range time will be scheduled individually with the instructor. Instructors are approved by the Illinois State Police to conduct Illinois Concealed Carry Firearms Training. Students are solely responsible for completing the application process through the Illinois State Police; however, the instructor will provide an ID picture and assistance with any application questions. Additional range time can be scheduled. For more information and complete registration requirements, call (815) 280-1555. DO NOT BRING A FIREARM OR AMMUNITION TO THE COLLEGE! N.R.A. Basic Pistol Course (LLC 4850) T1 6:30-8:30p.m. R Main June 3-24 $110 T2 6:30-8:30p.m. T Main Aug. 10-31 $110 *Please note students ages 18-20 may register in the N.R.A. Basic Pistol class, but must bring a parent or legal guardian to the firing range session.

Creating a Website for Your Business (LLC 5318) A website is a necessity for entrepreneurs, small businesses, home-based businesses and anyone selling products or services. During this hands-on class, students will be guided through the process of creating a website from start to finish. Cover web-design theory, preparing content, planning pages and building a final website. Time will be provided for in-class work and one-on-one help from the instructor. The class will use the free website service, Weebly. This class is designed for those with no experience in website design. T1 6-9p.m. W Main July 14-Aug. 4 $159

Beginning 3D Modeling with TinkerCAD (LLC 5884)

3D Printing 3D Printing Basics (LLC 5126) Possibly one of the most fascinating

Even if you have never 3D modeled or printed, this class will get you started. TinkerCAD is a popular, free software well known for simplicity and ease of use. Students will learn how to model and then 3D print a simple project in this hands-on class. T1 6-9p.m. M,W Main June 16, 21 & 23 $99

technological developments in history, 3D printers offer endless possibilities. Whether you’re considering purchasing a 3D printer in the future or you would just like to experience this exciting technology in action, this class is for you. Our instructor will demonstrate how to operate a home 3D printer and you will experience the printer in action as it prints

Intro to 3D Printing with Resin (LLC 5885)

out a model. T1 6-9p.m.

M

Main

3D resin printers produce models with much finer detail than regular filament printers. This and the wide variety of resins available make them ideal for projects such as jewelry design and gaming minis. Experience the next level of 3D printing in this introductory course that will focus on preparation, printing and finishing of simple 3D models. This is an advanced class, so previous 3D printing experience is strongly suggested. T1 6-9p.m. W Main July 14 & 21 $64

June 7

$29

T2 6-9p.m.

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Main

July 7

$29

Gaming Minis Workshop (LLC 5886)

Come spend the evening with others who share your love of minis and gaming! This is an open format workshop for anyone who has considered creating or painting their own gaming miniatures. Whether it’s a character, monster or a piece of scenery, you will develop your creativity by finishing projects created with a SLA resin 3D printer. Models can be either printed by the student or the instructor, depending on skill levels and experience. T1 6-9p.m. M Main June 14 $29 T2 6-9p.m. M Main July 12 $29 T3 6-9p.m. M Main Aug. 9 $29

Intro to Laser Cutting (LLC 5269)

We're Open to the Community!

Learn how to use a laser cutter and practice engraving wood, acrylic, paper, cardboard and more. This class will also cover creating digital files compatible with the laser cutter. Each student will have the opportunity to create a small project as they learn the laser cutting process from start to finish. Safety skills and laser cutting techniques will be addressed. T1 6-9p.m. W Main July 28 $29

Resources include: 3D Printers, Laser Cutter & Much More

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Illinois Concealed Carry Permit Training (LLC 4851) T1 6:30-8:30p.m. T Main May 4-25 $110 T2 6:30-8:30p.m. R Main July 8-29 $110 *Please note that students may enroll in the Illinois Concealed Carry Permit Training and apply for the Illinois Concealed Carry Permit without completing the N.R.A. Basic Pistol Course if they are an active duty, retired or honorably discharged member of the U.S. armed forces (Must provide copy of DD214). Students may enroll at age 20, but must be 21 to apply for the Concealed Carry Permit. In order to enroll in the Illinois Concealed Carry Permit Course, students must possess a valid Firearm Owner Identification card (Illinois residents), possess a valid state ID, be allowed by both federal and state law to legally possess a firearm and be able to follow all directions given by the training staff. DO NOT BRING A FIREARM OR AMMUNITION TO THE COLLEGE! Creative Arts

Exquisite Earrings (LLC 5756)

Learn traditional jewelry making processes while creating a pair of dazzling, copper earrings in this two-session workshop. A perfect class for beginners, participants will enjoy adding a personal creative touch and walk away with a set ready to wear. Please note: The earrings will be attached to sterling silver ear wires. T1 6-8p.m. R Main July 8 & 15 $89 Decorative Burlap Sunflower Wreath (LLC 5760) Give your front door a blooming makeover. Create a beautiful sunflower wreath made from decorative burlap to hang on your door or wall. No experience necessary. All materials supplied. Contact Brenda Large at blarge@jjc.edu for a project sample image. T1 6-9p.m. T Main July 13 $39 Hikaru Dorodango - Japanese Art Balls (LLC 5864) During this hands-on class, students will create their own hikaru dorodango. Hikaru Dorodango is a Japanese art form in which earth and water are molded to create a delicate shiny sphere, resembling a billiard ball. Hikaru dorodango translates to “balls of mud that shine.” Dorodangos are made by hand following an antique Japanese method that requires both patience and concentration. The process is simple, but the result makes it seem like alchemy. No experience necessary. All materials supplied. T1 6:30-8:30p.m. R Main July 15 & 22 $79 Beautiful Bands (LLC 5605) Create a simple ring in this introductory metalsmithing project class. Focusing on basic design principles and beginning metalsmithing techniques, students will create a one of a kind beautiful band. No experience necessary. All supplies will be provided. T1 6-8p.m. R Main July 22 & 29 $89

Flip Flop Wreath/Swag (LLC 5757)

Brighten your doorway with a flip flop wreath or flip flop swag. Using flip flops and flowers, you will create a beautiful piece of art to welcome your guests. No experience necessary. All supplies included. Contact Brenda Large at blarge@jjc.edu for a project sample image. T1 6-8p.m. T Main June 15 $34 Pleasing Pins (LLC 5877) Learn traditional jewelry making processes while creating a beautiful, handmade metal pin. Students will utilize and develop skills with sawing, hammering and soldering metal in this fun and creative workshop. No experience necessary. All supplies will be provided. T1 6-8p.m. R Main June 24 $64 Lady Bug Wreath (LLC 5759) Your summer guests will be jealous of your cute-as-a-button ladybug wreath! Using decorative mesh, you will leave with a whimsical conversation starter to welcome your guests. No experience necessary. All supplies included. Contact Brenda Large at blarge@jjc.edu for a project sample image. T1 6-9p.m. T Main June 29 $39 Hand-crafted Pendant Necklace (LLC 5878) Create a hand-crafted, metal pendant necklace that will be a timeless treasure. Students will utilize and develop skills with sawing, hammering and soldering metal in this fun and creative workshop. No experience necessary. All supplies will be provided. T1 6-8p.m. R Main July 1 $64

Art Appreciation Art Crimes (LLC 5851)

Art and cultural property crime, which includes theft, fraud, looting and trafficking across state and international lines, is a booming criminal enterprise. This session will look at the history of art theft of select American and European works of art. T1 6:30-8:30p.m. W Webinar May 12 $29 Crafts Patriotic Decorative Mesh Wreath (LLC 5610) Show patriotic spirit with a red, white and blue decorative mesh wreath. Get your front door ready for the summer patriotic holidays with this 14” pop of color. No previous experience is required. All supplies will be provided. Contact Brenda Large at blarge@jjc.edu or (815) 280-1504 for a project sample image. T1 6-9p.m. T Main May 18 $44

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