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Continuing Ed Plumbing Code Update (CEPCU1413)

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12 Steps to a Successful Job Search (O12SJS)

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Intermediate CSS3 and HTML5 (O2CH)

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Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2010 (O2MSE10)

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Take your Microsoft Excel 2010 skills to the next level as you master charts, PivotTables, Slicers, Sparklines, and other advanced Excel features.

Intermediate QuickBooks 2013 (O2QB13)

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Intermediate QuickBooks 2014 (O2QB14)

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Intermediate QuickBooks 2016 (O2QB16)

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Administrative Assistant Applications (OAAA)

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Adminstrative Assistant Fundamentals (OAAF)

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Administrative Assistant Fundamentals (OAAF)

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Advanced CompTIA A+ Cert Prep (OACTIA2)

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Accounting Fundamentals (OAF)

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Accounting Fundamentals II (OAF2)

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Accounting Fundamentals II (OAFII)

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Give yourself skills that are in high demand by exploring corporate accounting with an online class.

Accounting Fundamentals Series (OAFS)

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Advanced Fiction Writing (OAFW)

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Intro to Algebra (OALG)

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Advanced Microsoft Excel 2010 (OAME10)

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Advanced Web Pages (OAWP)

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A to Z Grantwriting (OAZG)

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A to Z Grant Writing II - Beyond the Basics (OAZGII)

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Are you ready to continue your journey into the world of grants? You'll learn how to create a fundraising plan for all types of grantmakers. In addition, you'll explore websites for finding and reviewing corporate, foundation, and government grant funding opportunities and grant application guidelines.

Beginning Conversational French (OBCF)

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Business Finance for Non-Finance Personnel (OBF)

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Becoming a Grant Writing Consultant (OBGWC)

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Blogging and Podcasting for Beginners (OBP)

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Basic CompTIA A+ Certification Prep (OBTIA)

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Becoming a Veterinarian's Assistant (OBVA)

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Become a Veterinary Assistant III (OBVA3)

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Beginning Writer's Workshop (OBWW)

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Introduction to C++ Programming (OC++P)

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Certificate in Brain Health (OCBH)

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(10 contact hours) In this innovative certificate program, you'll gain insights into the amazing brain and learn how to support health and happiness through lifestyle choices that impact this remarkable organ

The Creative Classroom (OCC)

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Creating a Classroom Website (OCCW)

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Certificate in Energy Medicine (OCEM)

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Explore the use of healing energy medicine techniques in health care, including meditation, acupuncture, qigong, sound and music therapy, and gentle hand techniques such as Reiki and reflexology.

Certificate in Food, Nutrition & Health (OCFNH)

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Certificate in Global Healing Systems (OCGAS)

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Certificate in Healthy Aging (OCHA)

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Creating Mobile Apps w/HTML5 (OCHTML5)

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Certificate in Infectious Diseases and infection Control (OCIDIC)

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Designed for healthcare and medical professionals, this certificate program offers insights into common infectious diseases and procedures for controlling their spread.

Certificate in Gerontology (OCIG)

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Conversational Japanese (OCJ)

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Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5 (OCMAHTML5)

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The Craft of Magazine Writing (OCMW)

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Creating a Successful Business Plan (OCSB)

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Certificate in Stress Management (OCSM)

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Explore the physiological, social, and psychological impacts of stress and study modalities to get stress under control.

Computer Skills for the Workplace (OCSW)

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CompTIA Security+ Certification Prep 1 (OCTIA)

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Intermediate Comp TIA A+ Certification Prep Course (OCTIA2)

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Advanced CompTIA A+ Certification Prep (OCTIA2)

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CompTIA Network+ Certification Prep (OCTIA3)

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Intermediate CompTIA A+ Cert Prep (OCTIAI)

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CompTIA Security+ Cert Prep 2 (OCTIAII)

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Continue to prepare for the CompTIA® Security+ exam as you review the information you need to pass the test and earn this important certification.

Certificate in Violence Prevention and Awareness (OCVPA)

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(13 contact hours) Designed for medical professionals, this certificate program offers important insights into the signs of violence that may be presented by patients in a healthcare setting.

Creating WordPress Websites (OCWP)

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Creating Web Pages (OCWP)

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Creating WordPress Websites (OCWPW)

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Creating WordPress Websites II (OCWPWII)

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Drawing for the Absolute Beginner (ODAB)

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Intermediate InDesign CC (ODCCII)

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Learn to use advanced features in Adobe InDesign Creative Cloud (CC) to produce professional brochures, forms, and documents. If you've ever struggled to complete a project in InDesign, or wondered how to save time and increase efficiency in your work, this is the course for you! You'll get hands-on training and experience using many of the more advanced tools and features of this powerful program. While the course focuses on using InDesign in the Creative Cloud (CC), it includes instruction and practice files for any version of InDesign CS4 or newer.

Discover Digital Photography (ODDP)

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Discover Digital Photography introduces the technology that has catapulted the photographic world into the 21st century. You'll explore a broad overview of the basics of digital photography, including equipment, software, and practical uses. We'll discuss different types of digital cameras, from phones and tablets to digital SLRs, all of which offer a wide array of photographic options. We'll also help you decide what type of equipment fits your needs, and you'll have hands-on exercises so you can explore the areas that interest you.

Designing Effective Websites (ODEW)

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Distribution & Logistics Management (ODLM)

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Learn how to improve your company's distribution and logistics management activities, increase customer satisfaction, and improve operational throughput.

Discover Sign Language (ODSL)

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Introduction to Dreamweaver CS6 (ODWCS6)

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Effective Business Writing (OEBW)

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Improve your career prospects by learning how to develop powerful written documents that draw readers in and keep them motivated to continue to the end.

Explore a Career as an Adminstrative Medical Assistant (OECAM)

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Explore a Career in Healthcare suite (OECHS)

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This suite of classes includes Medical Coding, Admin Medical Ass't, Medical Transcription

Explore a Career in Medical Transcription (OECMT)

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Explore a Creer in Medical Writing (OECMW)

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Explore a Career in Nursing (OECN)

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Learn what it takes to become an LPN or RN, and discover all of the exciting and rewarding opportunities awaiting you in the field of nursing.

Explore a Career as a Paralegal (OECP)

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Explore a Career as a Pharmacy Technician (OECPT)

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Easy English 1 (OEE1)

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n this easy and fun course, you’ll learn the basic English skills you need for real-life activities including shopping, job-hunting, and handling medical emergencies.

Educator's Fundamentals Series (OEFS)

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Employment Law Fundamentals (OELF)

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Entrepreneurship Suite (OES)

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Ready to start your own business? Let this discounted set of online courses hone your entrepreneurial spirit and help get your business going.

Introduction to Flash CS6 (OFCS6)

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Fundamentals of Sports Coaching (OFSC)

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This course is designed for volunteer or early career coaches. It will introduce best practices for those working with athletes. Topics include but are not limited to: safety, preparing and running practices, strategy, working with parents, and tips to improve athletic performance.

Fundamentals of Supervision & Management (OFSM)

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Fundamentals of Supervision & Management II (OFSMII)

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Learn how to be an effective manager or supervisor. Master the basics of communicating effectively, and learn tools for developing your own interpersonal skills.

Fundamentals of Technical Writing (OFTW)

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Get Assertive (OGA)

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Find out how you can stop others from intimidating you or treating you poorly.

Genealogy Basics (OGB)

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How to Get Started in Game Development (OGD)

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Prepare for the GED Math Test (OGED)

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Global Health and Healing Bundle (OGHHB)

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The course objectives of the Global Health and Healing Bundle are to offer health care professionals an overview of how alternative practices differ from conventional medical systems and learn the basic techniques and procedures for preventing the transmission of infectious disease

GMAT Preparation (OGMATP)

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Grammer Refresher (OGR)

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Human Anatomy & Physiology (OHAP)

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Human Anatomy & Physiology II (OHAPII)

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Human Anatomy & Physiology Series (OHAPS)

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Handling Medical Emergencies (OHME)

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Introduction to Adobe Acrobat X (OIAAX)

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Learn how to use Adobe Acrobat X to create PDF files and take advantage of its many time-saving features, communication options, and forms.

Introduction to Biology (OIB)

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Introduction to Chemistry (OIC)

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Introduction to C# Programming (OIC#P)

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Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5 (OICH)

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Introduction to Criminal Law (OICL)

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Introduction to Illustrator CS6 (OICS6)

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Introduction to InDesign CC (OIDCC)

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Introduction to InDesign CS6 (OIDCS6)

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Indivudual Excellence (OIE)

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Master twelve career-enhancing skills including goal setting, time management, personal organization, and creativity.

Introduction to Guitar (OIG)

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Master basic guitar skills and become the musician you've always wanted to be.

Introduction to Google Analytics (OIGA)

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Course Details Nearly every business and non-profit organization has a website, and probably a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. Individuals have them too, to promote ideas, to share a vision, or to educate the public. No matter what brings you to the Web, your hope is that a lot of people see your website, your wall, your tweets, and your videos. Why else go to the trouble of sharing them? In this course, you'll learn to use Google Analytics to make the most of your online traffic. You'll see how you can track not just the traffic to all of your online content, but also determine which content is the most appealing, where your visitors came from, what devices they used, how long they stayed, which links they clicked, and where they went when they left. The course guides you step by step, report by report, through the major parts of the Google Analytics interface. From setting up your Google Analytics account and getting the all-important code you'll need to add to your website's pages to begin tracking your visitors, you'll learn everything you need to know to get everything you can from the data that Google Analytics provides. You'll even find out about Google AdWords and other tools to enhance your traffic as well as your Google Analytics reporting.

Instant Italian (OII)

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Learn Italian from the comfort of your home in this fun and enjoyable online course.

Intro to Interior Design (OIID)

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QuickBooks 2012 (OIIQB12)

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Introduction to Java Programming (OIJP)

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Introduction to JavaScript (OIJS)

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Introduction to Lightroom CC (OILCC)

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Learn to use the tools in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic for the cloud to organize and edit your images, fine-tune lighting and color, and develop an efficient image-processing workflow.

Introduction to Lightroom CC (OILRCC)

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Learn to use the tools in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for the cloud to organize and edit your images, fine-tune lighting and color, and develop an efficient image-processing workflow.

Intro to 2010 Microsoft Excel (OIME)

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Intro to Microsoft Excel 2007 (OIME07)

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Intro to Microsoft Excel 2010 (OIME10)

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Intro to Microsoft Excel 2013 (OIME13)

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Introduction to Mircosoft Excel 2016 (OIME16)

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Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2013 (OIMO13)

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Intro to Microsoft Word 2007 (OIMW07)

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Intro to Microsoft Word 2010 (OIMW10)

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Intro to MS Word 2010

Intro to Microsoft Word 2013 (OIMW13)

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Introduction to Natural Health & Healing Course (OINHHC)

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Learn how to promote wellness, balance, and health in all aspects of your daily life.

Introduction to Nonprofit Management (OINPM)

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Develop the skills and strategies you need to become an integral part of one of America's fastest growing service sectors.

Intro to Networking (OINT)

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Introduction to Oracle (OIO)

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Intro to Programming (OIP)

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Introduction to Python 3 Programming (OIP3P)

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Enhance your résumé by adding Python to your programming skills.

Intro to PC Security (OIPCS)

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Intro to Photoshop CS5 (OIPCS5)

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Intro to Photoshop CS6 (OIPCS6)

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Introduction to PC Troubleshooting (OIPCT)

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Introduction to Photoshop CC (OIPSCC)

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Intro to QuickBooks 2013 (OIQB13)

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Introduction to QuickBooks 2014 (OIQB14)

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Introduction to QuickBooks 2015 (OIQB15)

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Intro to QuickBooks 2016 (OIQB16)

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Introduction to Quickbooks 2017 (OIQB17)

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Introduction to QuickBooks Online (OIQBOL)

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Introduction to Stock Options (OISO)

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Learn how to evaluate, buy, sell, and profit with investment tools that were once thought to be only for the pros. This course will teach you how to protect your portfolio and profit in a down market, an up market, or even a flat market. Learn to leverage your investment dollars for potential profits that surpass those possible with stocks.

Introduction to SQL (OISQL)

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Introduction to Visual Basic (OIVB)

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Introduction to Value Investing (OIVI)

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Introduction to Windows 10 (OIW10)

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Introduction to Windows 7 (OIW7)

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Java Programming Series (OJPSERIES)

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Keyboarding (OKB)

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Keys to Effective Communication (OKEC)

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Keys to Effective Communication (OKEC)

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Keys to Effective Editing (OKEE)

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Keys to Successful Money Management (OKSMM)

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Certified financial planner shows you how most wealthy people build their fortunes.

Learn to Buy and Sell on eBay (OLBSE)

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Luscious, Low-Fat, Lightning-Quick Meals (OLLFLQ)

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LPI Linux Essentials Examp Prep (OLPILEE)

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Master the Linux operating system using both the graphical desktop and the text-based command line environments and prepare for the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) Linux Essentials exam.

Lose Weight and Keep It Off (OLWKIO)

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Discover how to establish a healthy approach to successful weight loss and weight maintenance for a lifetime.

Intro to Microsoft Access 2010 (OMA10)

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Mind-Body Therapies Bundle (OMBTB)

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Students interested in advancing within their healthcare professional career or new to pursuing energy medicine will learn how to incorporate energy healing with different healthcare methods.

Medical Coding (OMC)

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Mastering Your Digital SLR Camera (OMDSLRC)

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Intro to Microsoft Excel 2013 (OME13)

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Mac iPhone and iPad Programming (OMIPAD)

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Medical Math (OMM)

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Medical Math Self Paced Tutorial (OMMSP)

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Master the math skills you need to succeed in the medical field ranging from from calculating dosages to using scientific formulas. The hands-on activities in this course will help you perform day-to-day math tasks quickly and easily.

How to Make Money From Your Writing (OMMW)

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Introduction to Microsoft Powerpoint 2010 (OMPP10)

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Math Refresher (OMR)

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Marriage & Relationships Keys to Success (OMR)

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Marriage & Relationships: Keys to Success (OMRKS)

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Getting married is just the first step! Learn how to build a solid foundation for a healthy partnership that will last far beyond "I do."

Merrill Ream Speed Reading (OMRSR)

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Microsoft Office 2016 Value Suite (OMS16VS)

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Learn to use the basic features of Microsoft Word 2016, Microsoft Excel 2016, and Microsoft PowerPoint 2016, three of the most fundamental software programs used in educational and professional settings.

Microsoft Access 2016 Series (OMSA16S)

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Introduction to Microsoft Access 2016 Take control of your data! In this course, you'll learn how to harness the power of Microsoft Access 2016 to organize, store, edit, manage, and report on hundreds of thousands of records. Intermediate Microsoft Access 2016 Do you want to take your Microsoft Access skills to the next level? In this course, you'll master more advanced techniques for this powerful database program and build an entire database project from scratch

Microsoft Excel 2016 Series (OMSE16S)

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This Series combines three Microsoft Excel 2016 courses, to give you a thorough understanding of how to use this software to supplement your career. Courses include: Competency Checklist Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2016 Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2016 Advanced Microsoft Excel 2016

Intermediate MS Excel 2013 (OMSE2 13)

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Medical Spanish Series (OMSS)

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Communicate more effectively with Spanish-speaking patients after taking this discounted series of courses that teach Spanish for medical professionals

Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach (OMT)

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Medical Terminology II: A Focus on Human Disease (OMT2)

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Medical Terminology Series (OMTS)

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Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach This course teaches medical terminology from an anatomical approach. Root terms are divided by each body system. The origin, a combined form, and an example of non-medical everyday usage is provided for each root term. Word Associations are provided as a learning tool. Unusual and interesting information is provided in regards to each term. Root terms are combined with prefixes and suffixes as your learning will culminate in the interpretation of several paragraphs of medical notes. Medical Terminology II: A Focus on Human Disease Take a journey through the human body and learn medical terminology related to all 11 of its organ systems. In this course, we discuss diseases of the cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, nervous, skeletal, muscular, integumentary (skin), urinary, digestive, and male and female reproductive systems. We also go over different diagnostic and treatment procedures for each system. As you progress through the course, you'll learn the meaning of many prefixes, root words, and suffixes, and you'll greatly increase your medical terminology vocabulary! Each lesson starts with a brief overview of the organs in that lesson's organ system. From there, we move on to terminology related to a number of different diseases, diagnostic procedures, and treatment techniques. For each term, you'll learn the meaning of its word parts, as well as the term's definition. There's also a pronunciation guide for the term, an example of its correct usage, and important information you should know related to the disorder, diagnostic procedure, or treatment. Most of the terms include a graphic to help you visualize the material. Each lesson also comes with an alphabetized glossary that summarizes all of the medical terms in the lesson so you can have them at your fingertips, as well as a course index so you can quickly locate a term anywhere in the course. To reinforce your learning, the lessons include activities and assignments designed to give you additional practice in understanding and remembering the medical terminology taught in this course. By the end of this course, you'll find that you have greatly increased your knowledge of medical terminology as well as broadened your understanding of human disease!

Nonprofit Management & Grant Writing Suite (ONPMGWS)

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Intermediate Networking (ONT2)

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Photoshop CC for the digital Photographer (OPCC)

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Purchasing Fundamentals (OPF)

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Personal Finance (OPFNC)

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Protect your assets and discover how best to achieve all your financial goals.

Introduction to PHP & MySQL (OPHP&SQL)

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PHP & MySQL Series (OPHPSQLS)

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Learn how to create interactive websites, including how to create an interactive online store complete with an online catalog of products

Project Management Applications (OPMA)

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Project Management Fundamentals Series (OPMFS)

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This series includes Project Management I and Project Management II

Project Management Professional Prep II (OPMP2)

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Photographing Nature with Your Digital camera (OPNDC)

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Learn how to use your digital camera to take stunning nature photos, including landscapes, flowers, animals, and even macro shots

Photographying People with Your Digital Camera (OPPDC)

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Learn to take beautiful pictures of adults, children, and babies.

Photographing People with Your Digital Camera (OPPDC)

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Performing Payroll in QuickBooks 2012 (OPPQB12)

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Performing Payroll in QuickBooks 2013 (OPPQB13)

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Photography Suite (OPS)

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Learn everything from photography fundamentals to advanced portrait techniques to advance your photography hobby or turn it into a business.

Intermediate Photoshop CC (OPSCC2)

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Explore the more advanced features of Intermediate Photoshop CC so you can re-edit photos and graphics, resize images, and create reusable page layout templates.

QuickBooks 2013 for Contractors (OQB13C)

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Intro to QuickBooks 2014 (OQB14)

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QuickBooks 2016 Series (OQB16S)

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Master the fundamentals and more advanced functions of QuickBooks 2016. Learn everything from creating statements to using batch invoicing and managing journal entries.

QuickBooks 2018 Series (OQB18S)

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Learn to manage the financial aspects of your small business quickly and efficiently using QuickBooks 2018 and how to utilize the in-depth features in the software to apply to certain business situations.

Response to Intervention (ORI)

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Responsive Web Design (ORWD)

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Resume Writing Workshop (ORWW)

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SAT/ACT Prep Course Part 1 (OSAT/ACT 1)

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SAT/ACT Prep Course Part 2 (OSAT/ACT 2)

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SAT/ACT Prep Course (OSATACT)

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Master the reading, writing, English, and science questions on the ACT and new SAT.

Stocks, Bonds and Investing: Oh My! (OSBI)

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Secrets of BEtter Photography (OSBP)

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Learn how to take better pictures by understanding your camera and how to use it in a variety of situations.

Spanish in the Classroom (OSC)

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Solving Classroom Discipline Problems (OSCDP)

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Supply Chain Management Fundamentals (OSCMF)

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Master the fundamentals of supply chain management and prepare for internationally recognized certification examinations.

Spanish for Law Enforecement (OSLE)

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Master the fundamentals of the Spanish language by practicing basic conversational skills and learning essential Spanish terminology for law enforcement situations.

Skills for Making Great Decisions (OSMGD)

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Learn how to make excellent everyday decisions from an experienced counselor and life coach.

Spanish for Medical Professionals (OSMP)

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Supervision & Management Series (OSMS)

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Whether you’re new to managing employees or are a seasoned pro, these courses will help you brush up on your leadership and interpersonal communication skills, to help you lead your team to success.

Start Your Own Consulting Practice (OSOCP)

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Start Your Own Edible Garden (OSOEG)

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Intermediate SQL (OSQL2)

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SQL Series (OSQLS)

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Learn the key concepts of Structured Query Language (SQL), and gain a solid working knowledge of this powerful and universal database programming language. In this course, you'll learn about the basic structure of relational databases and how to read and write simple and complex SQL statements and advanced data manipulation techniques. By the end of this course, you'll have a solid working knowledge of structured query language. You'll feel confident in your ability to write SQL queries to create tables; retrieve data from single or multiple tables; delete, insert, and update data in a database; and gather significant statistics from data stored in a database. Intermediate SQL In this course, you'll learn advanced techniques that will enable you to write powerful queries that perform complicated searches and sorts on your data. By the end of this course, you'll be able to use a wide range of advanced SQL techniques with confidence. Your new skills with databases will enhance your competitiveness in the technical fields of software development and database administration.

Speed Spanish (OSS)

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Speed Spanish II (OSS2)

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Speed Spanish III (OSS3)

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Sales Training Suite (OSTS)

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Learn the skills you need to obtain a lucrative career in sales. This group of online sales classes will teach you everything from communication to closing the deal.

Certificate in Starting Your Own business in Health and Healing (OSYOBHH)

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Learn virtually everything you need to know to start a health and wellness business, including marketing, financing, and creating a business plan.

Start Your Own Small Business (OSYOSB)

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Teaching High School Students (OTHSS)

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Master the latest teaching strategies to help you reach high school students, including differentiated instruction and classroom management.

Comp TIA Network+ Certification (OTIA 2/01)

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Teaching Math Grades 4-6 (OTMG4-6)

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Teaching Preschool: A Year of Inspring Lessons (OTP)

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Travel Photography for the Digital Photographer (OTPDP)

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Teaching Students with ADHD (OTSADHD)

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Understanding Adolescents (OUA)

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Uncover the secrets of the adolescent mind. Gain valuable information on how they feel, how their identities develop, and how you can best meet their needs.

Understanding the Cloud (OUC)

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Understanding the Human Resources Function (OUHRF)

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Learn to handle basic human resource functions to ensure the best possible results

Using the Internet in the Classroom (OUICR)

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Discover how you can use the Internet to make teaching easier for you and more relevant to your students.

Using Social Media in Business (OUSMB)

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Learn how to use the five most popular social media platforms—Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Google+—to grow and promote your business.

Become a Veterinary Assistant II (OVAII)

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Veterinary Assistant III (OVAIII)

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Veterinary Assistant Series (OVAS)

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Practicing veterinarian prepares you to work in a veterinary office or hospital Course Details Become a Veterinary Assistant Become a Veterinary Assistant II: Canine Reproduction Become a Veterinary Assistant III: Practical Skills

Intermediate Visual basic (OVB2)

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Workers Compensation (OWC)

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Where Does All My Money Go? (OWDMG)

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Writing Essentials (OWE)

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Writing Effective Grant Proposals (OWEGP)

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Writing and Editing Value Suite (OWEVS)

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Write Effective Web Content (OWEWC)

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Learn how to write Web content and produce multimedia elements to make your website or blog a must-visit site on the Internet.

Write and Publish Your Nonfiction Book (OWPNB)

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Write Your Life Story (OWYLS)

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Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Instructor (RXACLSI)

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AHA BLS Instructor Course (RXAHAI)

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BLS Instructor Update (RXBLSIU)

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Basic Math (RXBM)

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Critical Care Conference (RXCCC)

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Caring for Dementia Patients (RXCDP)

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Provides caregivers with the core information needed for dementia care. Focuses on person-centered care, the changes that happen to thinking skills as dementia progresses, how those changes impact behavior and how to understand behavior as communication. Explore through video, audio and interactive exercises featuring real families, caregivers and dementia-care experts. Content incorporates evidence based strategies from the Alzheimer’s Association Dementia Care Practice recommendations. Those completing the program are eligible to take the certification exam. Individual certification is good for two years and is ideal for staff members at nursing homes, assisted living facilities, hospice, home and health organizations, adult day care programs, governmental and social service agencies, and police, fire and other first responders.

CPR/AED Skills (RXCPRAED)

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Coding Review (RXCR)

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Course Description: • A general review of ICD-10-CM and CPT to improve coding knowledge and skills. • Prepares students to take the national exam in Certified Coding Associate (CCA). Prerequisites: • Medical Terminology • Anatomy and Physiology • Working Knowledge of ICD-10-CM Pertinent Information: • Books included in tuition • Student must achieve a minimum of 70 percent accuracy in order to successfully complete the course. • Student must achieve a minimum of 70 percent on all practice exams. • Course work is student self-directed, however, students will be expected to stay on a path of forward progression. Course Content: ICD-10-CM/PCS and CPT Classification Systems Abstract information from medical record Interpret coding guidelines for inpatient, outpatient, and physician chart Coding inpatient, outpatient, and physician chart according to coding guidelines Sequencing codes according to healthcare guidelines Reimbursement Guidelines and Optimal Sequencing of Codes Payer specific guidelines DRG APC Medical Necessity Denials Electronic Health Records Content Assemble medical records to healthcare setting Qualitative analysis Quantitative for completeness Retrieve patient data Complying with Legal and Ethical Issues Coding with supporting documentation Ethical coding Coding changes Prepare for external audits Coding Software and Electronic Health Record Explore electronic health record Understand the use of encoding and grouping software Computer assisted coding Analyze computer assisted coding Confidentiality, Privacy, and Security How to ensure patient confidentiality Maintain a private and secure work environment How to secure privacy of electronic devices Transfer encrypted release of information Retention and destruction of records appropriately For more information, please call the Health Occupations desk at (405) 377-3333 ext. 209 or 211 (Health, Medical, Filing, Billing, Insurance Codes, EMR)

Dosage Calculations (RXDC)

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Ditch the Diet: Feel, Eat, Live Better for Life! (RXDTD)

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Stop dieting and start feeling, eating and living better - because taking care of yourself is never selfish! Led by a Pn1 Certified Coach in sport and exercise nutrition coaching.

Fractions, Decimals & Percentages (RXFDP)

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General Pipeline Safety (RXGPS)

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General Pipeline Safety

Home Health Aide 1 (RXHH1)

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Course Description: • This course is designed to further develop the skills of long-term care aides to work in a home care setting effectively. • This course consists of 16 hours required in order to be deemed onto the nurse aide registry as a home health aide if student is currently a certified long-term care aide on the registry. Prerequisites: • Student must be a Certified Long-Term Care Aide. Pertinent Information: • Student will gain knowledge in the subject matters below: • To gain knowledge in home care for the Certified Long-Term Care Aide • To gain knowledge in home management • Be aware and assist with nutrition and meal preparation • Learn the skills of adapting personal care activities in the clients’ home • Observing clients’ medication • Learn the skills of observing, recording, and reporting • To gain knowledge in special procedures and emergency care • The student is required to attend and participate in 16 hours of coursework • All assignments and test must be submitted at the time specified by the instructor. For more information, please call the Health Occupations desk at (405) 377-3333 ext. 209 or 211 (Home Care, Medical, CNA Certified, Nurse Aide)

Heartsaver Instructor Course (RXHSIC)

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Heartsaver Instructor Update (RXHSIU)

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Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED (RXHSPFAC)

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Ratios & Proportions (RXRP)

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Simulation Educator Boot Camp (RXSEBC)

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Proctoring Outside Exams (RXTest)

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Trauma Simulation (RXTS)

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Bail Enforcer HCP Testing (RXTWBE)

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This is testing through HCP for Bail Enforcer - Phase 5 of the Private Security CLEET classes.

Outdoor Fireworks Display Operator (RXTWOFDO)

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Test Written Pre Engineer Fire Suppress System (RXTWPEFSS)

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Test Written Pre Engineer Fire Suppress System (RXTWPEFSST)

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Security Guard Written Exam (RXTWSGP)

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12 Principles of 2D Animation (S12P2DA)

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Based out of Disney's "The Illusion of Life," students will learn to create the "illusion of life." This 6-week course will teach aspiring animators to apply life-like physics and applications to 2D drawings done in Adobe Animate. No prior knowledge of Adobe Animate is needed, only a basic understanding of how to draw a circle.

Appealing Appetizers (SAA)

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Be the hit of any party that comes your way. Enjoy fun instruction and delicious samples.

Attracting Butterflies (SAB)

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It's the perfect time to bring those beautiful creatures to your garden. Learn what plants are needed to support butterflies life cycles and needs, as well as other important information.

Advanced Bread Making (SABM)

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Explore deeper into the art of bread making. Learn to create a variety of specialty breads and what makes them unique. (Culinary, Cooking, Hands-on, Baking)

AutoCAD Level 1 (SAC)

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Explore the basics of CAD geometry creation and manipulation using a variety of computer command inputs including keyboard shortcuts, toolbox icons and mouse menu selection. Basic drafting and design concepts are taught while learning to operate within AutoCAD. This class provides an in-depth explanation of CAD concepts while building a better understanding of the use of AutoCAD commands. A textbook is included in the class cost for reference after the class has ended.

Auto Collision Repair (SACR)

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Participants will work hands-on with an approved project. Learning is available in modules to fit the area of specialization you are looking for. Advanced technology is introduced with specialized equipment.

Adulting: Interview Skills (SAIS)

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Interview Anxiety? No Worries! This course will teach you how to successfully prepare for any job interview.

Artistic Knife Skills (SAKS)

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Wow your guests,friends and family. Learn the secrets to creating gorgeous fruit and vegetable carving centerpieces and garnishes with ease. (Culinary, Safety, Cooking, Hands-on) To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Artistic Knife Skills Perry (SAKSP)

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Wow your guests,friends and family. Learn the secrets to creating gorgeous fruit and vegetable carving centerpieces and garnishes with ease. To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Adulting: Meal Planning (SAMP)

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Learn to meal plan in order to save time and money. No more last minute trips to the store or grab fast food. Both of these waste your money as well as your time. Topics covered but not limited to: Planning a weekly menu, shopping lists, adjusting for changes in plans, etc.

Adulting: Public Speaking (SAPS)

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How to prepare and present a presentation. Learn the basics of composing your speech, delivering your message and making your presentation resonate with your audience.

Adulting: Resume Creation and Enhancement (SARCE)

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Aromatherapy (SAT)

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Aromatherapy focuses on restoration of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health through the application of various oils. Discover the benefits of safely and effectively using these essential oils.

Aromatherapy Perry (SATP)

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Aromatherapy focuses on restoration of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health through the application of various oils. Discover the benefits of safely and effectively using these essential oils.

Auctioneering (SAUC)

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This class will focus on the skills required to coordinate an auction. Participants will gain in-depth knowledge of each individual element that affects the auction industry. This course includes types of sales, advertising, live auction work, roles of a ringman and focus on the auctioneering chant.

Adulting: What You Should Know (SAWYSK)

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Transitioning to adulthood can be challenging. This class is designed to make transition a little smoother. Various topics will be discussed, from budgeting to car maintenance.

Adulting: What Your Young Adult Should Know (SAWYYASK)

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This class is designed to make the transition into adulthood a little easier for your young adult. The topics discussed will help you prepare your young adult for the next stage of their life.

Basic Balloon Art (SBBA)

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"Pop" into this class for a night of fun. This course will teach you a few simple balloon twists that will have you making animals, bracelets and hats in no time. If you have ever wanted to learn how to make things with balloons, here's your chance! (Hands-on, Fun) To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Basic Balloon Art Perry (SBBAP)

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"POP" into this class for some fun. This course will teach you a few simple balloon twists that will have you making animals, bracelets and hats in no time.

Backyard BBQ (SBBBQ)

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Make your game day headquarters a hit with these great tips and delicious recipes. Sauces, chili, dips, score big with these great ideas the whole gang will love. (Culinary, Cooking, Hands-on)

Backyard BBQ Perry (SBBBQP)

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Make your game day headquarters a hit with these great tips and delicious recipes. Sauces, chili, dips-score big with these ideas the whole gang will love.

Berries: Blackberries, Strawberries, Blueberries (SBBSB)

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Discover which berries are right for you. Topics include site preparation, soil conditions, drainage, sunlight and other important factors to consider. (Garden, Gardening)

Basics of Car Care (SBCC)

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Become familiar with the basics of maintaining your vehicle. With this hands-on course you will learn how to properly care for your vehicle and address simple problems.

Brownie & Cookie Fun (SBCF)

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Tired of those store-bought goodies? Learn to make them homemade and semi-homemade. Transform brownie mixes into unbelievable treats. Make oatmeal and chocolate chip cookies from scratch. (Culinary, Baking, Cooking, Hands-on)

Building Code Inspection Prep (SBCIP)

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The purpose of this course is to provide the student with the knowledge and the skills to prepare them to take the International Code Council exam for Residential Building Inspector certification. It will prepare the student for a career as a state licensed building inspector in the area of residential building inspection This course will also benefit residential building professionals who want to further their knowledge of building codes.

School Bus Driver Training (SBD122)

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Berries in the Home Garden (SBHG)

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Want to know which berries are right for you and your site? This is what you're looking for. Topics include site preparation, soil conditions, drainage, sunlight and many other important factors to consider.

Basic Home Maintenance & Repair (SBHMR)

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This course will cover the fundamentals and how-to of basic home maintenance and repair. Topics covered will include small drywall repairs, basic electrical wiring, plumbing repairs, trim, doors and many other repairs that you may be presented with in the home.

Basic Home Maintenance and Repair Drywall & Painting (SBHMR111)

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Beekeeping (SBK)

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Interested in learning the art of beekeeping? This is the class for you. Learn what to expect and how to keep your investment alive and growing.

Basic Landscape Design (SBLD)

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Discover how to envision the outcome. Learn how to draw out your ideas and blend flowers, trees, shrubs and ground cover into harmonious and versatile designs.

Bread Making (SBM)

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Learn from the experts how to make bread and rolls from scratch. Each class will learn at least one roll recipe to take home and impress your next dinner party. (Culinary, Cooking, Hands-on, Baking)

Bicycle Maintenance and Repair (SBMR)

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Learn the basics to keep your bike on the trail. Learn to properly maintain and perform common repairs. To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Basic Orchard Planting (SBOP)

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Learn the basics of selecting and planting fruit trees for gardens and small orchards. Selecting and preparing the site, watering, weeds and understanding root stocks will be a few of the topics covered in this course.

Blueprint Reading & Gauging (SBPRG)

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This course will introduce participants to the art and science of conveying three-dimensional information using only two dimensions. Participants will interpret information from blueprints using the alphabet lines, signs and symbols of the machining trade. (Machining, Machinist)

Basic Photo/Video Composition (SBPVC)

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Learn how to frame your shots to make an impact. Whether you are just starting out or wanting to improve your smart phone photography you'll get quick tips anyone can use. Basic composition tips include: rule of thirds, look room & head room plus learn how to best use your environment and camera angles.

Bread & Roll Making (SBRM113)

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Boating Safety Course (SBSC)

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The Boat Oklahoma Course is approved by the National Association of State Boating law Administrators (NASBLA) and includes information on navigation rules, state boating laws, safe vessel operation, equipment requirements, boating courtesy and other boating safety topics. Oklahoma state law requires that everyone between ages 12 and 16 years of age complete a NASBLA approved course before operating any boat powered by a motor in excess of 10 horsepower, including personal watercraft or any sailboat 16 feet in length or greater. Most insurance companies will give a discount to boat owners that complete the course. Please check with your insurance company for individual discounts.

Beginning Spanish (SBSP)

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This beginning course introduces basic Spanish through reading, writing and grammar. It is designed to give the basic knowledge as a foundation and an opportunity to learn about the Latin culture and Spanish speaking countries.

Beginning Spanish Part 2 (SBSP2)

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This course is a continuation of Beginning Spanish. It focuses on the fundamental elements of the Spanish Language.

Braiding Techniques (SBT)

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Learn fun and creative hair braiding techniques from the pros. Bring a child and have a blast. Tuition covers one adult and one child between the ages of 8-15.

Braiding Techniques Perry (SBTP)

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Learn fun and creative hair braiding techniques from the pros. Bring a child and have a blast. Tuition covers one adult and one child between the ages of 8-15.

Backyard Chickens (SBYC)

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Discover the fascinating world of backyard chickens and learn how to get started with your own flock. Explore breeds, coop designs, care and feeding, egg production, predators as well as various other topics.

Adulting: Creating a Budget (SCAB)

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Learn to budget well so you can properly plan financially. Identify your expenses, know what you can spend and when, how to save and how to adjust for different types of pay periods.

HVAC Compressors and Alternating Current (SCAC)

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You will learn operating principles of the different types of compressors used in comfort air conditioning and refrigeration systems, along with basic installation, service, and repair procedures for these compressors. Additionally you will learning about the principles of alternating current, Covering transformers, single-phase and three-phase power distribution, capacitors, the theory and operation of induction motors, and the instruments and techniques used in testing AC circuits and components. Also reviews electrical safety.

Cake Decorating (SCAKE113)

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Canning Basics (SCB)

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With soaring food prices and the increasing popularity of all things DIY, now is the perfect time to learn canning. This class will cover the basics of canning, including pickled beets, bread and butter pickles and strawberry jelly. (Culinary, Food Prep, Cooking, Hands-on)

Crazy Cupcakes (SCC)

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Want to make cupcakes like the pros? This course teaches individuals how to create fun decorated cupcakes for different occasions. The course begins with the very basics of decorating. After completion you will be able to decorate fun cupcakes that will impress your family and friends. Tuition covers one adult and one child between the ages of 8-15.

CRAZY CUPCAKES (SCC211)

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Crazy Cupcakes: Decorating Fun (SCCDF)

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Learn how to create fun decorated cupcakes for different occasions. The course begins with the very basics of decorating. After completion you will be able to decorate fun cupcakes that will impress your family and friends. Tuition covers one adult and one child between the ages of 8-15. (Culinary, Baking, Cooking, Hands-on)

Crazy Cupcakes: Flavors (SCCF)

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Want to make cupcakes like the pros? This course teaches individuals how to create fun flavored cupcakes and delicious homemade frosting. Use your new skills to impress family and friends at home. Tuition covers one adult and one child between the ages of 8-15. (Culinary, Baking, Cooking, Hands-on)

Crazy Cupcakes Perry (SCCP)

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Want to make cupcakes like the pros? This course teaches individuals how to create fun decorated cupcakes for different occasions. The course begins with the very basics of decorating. After completion you will be able to decorate fun cupcakes that will impress your family and friends. Tuition covers one adult and one child between the ages of 8-15.

Cheesecake & Refrigerated Desserts (SCCRD)

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Learn to make delicious cheesecake as well as graham cracker and Oreo crust refrigerator desserts with various fillings. (Culinary, Baking, Cooking, Hands-on)

Cake Decorating 1 (SCD)

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This course teaches individuals how to create beautiful basic decorated cakes. The course begins with the very basics of cake decorating. After completion of this course students will be able to frost a two-layer round cake, fill pastry bags with frosting and be able to hold the pastry bag correctly when decorating cakes. The student will make star borders, shell borders, a rose, a rose bud and floral leaves. (Culinary, Baking, Cooking, Hands-on)

Cake Decorating 2: Flowers and Cake Design (SCD2)

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Learn to create numerous flowers using two different mediums - royal icing and gum paste - using a color wheel and applying the basic principles of floral cake design to your cakes. Leave knowing how to pipe reverse shell border and basket weave techniques. (Culinary, Baking, Cooking, Hands-on)

Cake Decorating 3: Gum Paste & Fondant (SCD3)

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Learn to work comfortably with gum paste and fondant. You will be able to create numerous flowers, a multi-looped bow and borders. Cover a cake and cake board with fondant for that professional look you desire. (Culinary, Baking, Cooking, Hands-on)

Cake Decorating with Fondant (SCDF)

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This course teaches individuals how to create a beautiful cake by decorating with fondant. After completion of this course students will be able to work with fondant to create shapes, borders, flowers and much more. In addition the student will be able to cover a cake with fondant. (Culinary, Baking, Cooking, Hands-on)

CDL Prep Course (SCDL2313)

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Clean Eating (SCE)

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Participants will learn the theory behind as well as exploring various recipes and preparation techniques for Clean Eating. (Culinary, Healthy, Breakfast, Desserts, Baking)

Clean Eating (SCE)

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Healthy cooking doesn't have to be boring and bland. Students will learn new ways of creating exciting, delicious and healthy dishes. (Culinary, Healthy, Breakfast, Desserts, Baking)

Clean Eating (SCE1314)

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Calligraphy: Flourishing Basics (SCFB)

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Dive deeper into "Flourishing" which enhances letters. Learn to add embellishments to lettering and words. They can even be used in the form of pictures, birds or feathers for example, or just flowing strokes to add the perfect touch to your work.

Classic French Pastry (SCFP)

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Enrich your knowledge about the basic techniques to achieve a French patisserie right from your own kitchen. (Culinary, Cooking, Hands-on, Baking) To view other short-term classes, visit meridiantech.edu/shortcourses.

Calligraphy for Beginners (SCGB)

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Discover the art of calligraphy. Learn copperplate cursive lettering to enhance envelopes, scrapbooks and invitations as well as the basics of Olde English/Gothic Script. A certain amount of time will also be allocated to a very basic introduction to flourishing, which enhances letters.

Confidence in the Kitchen (SCIK)

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Do you struggle with knowing where to start in the kitchen? This course focuses on making each student comfortable in a kitchen setting. It teaches how to make cooking fun and efficient. You'll learn basic knife skills, functions of kitchen tools and appliances and how to shop for and prepare family meals.

Coupons Made Easy (SCME)

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Students will learn the artful technique of saving money by putting coupons to the test. In this course you will learn ways to start saving more by using coupons.

Coupons Made Easy (SCME1313)

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CNC Operations (SCNCO)

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Computerized numeric control machinists are skilled workers who are able to make all types of parts using metal, plastic and a wide variety of other materials using both manual and computer-aided machines. You will learn how to set up and operate all of the basic CNC machine tools and the usage of all of the common precision measuring tools. You will also learn the properties of different metals to be machined as well as how to read engineering drawings. (Machining, Machinist)

CNC Operations (SCNCO1214)

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CNC Programming (SCNCP)

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Computerized numeric control machinists are skilled workers who are able to make all types of parts using metal, plastic and a wide variety of other materials using both manual and computer-aided machines. You will learn how to set up and operate all of the basic CNC machine tools and the usage of all of the common precision measuring tools. You will also learn the properties of different metals to be machined as well as how to read engineering drawings. You will learn the use of CNC lathes and CNC milling machines. (Machining, Machinist)

CNC Programming (SCNNCP)

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CompTIA A+ Certification Prep Course (SCOMPTIA)

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This certificate is designed for those interested in a career in Network PC Support; it blends online content with hands on in class activities to prepare the student for a career. This training program prepares students to repair, service and troubleshoot personal computers and computer-related equipment and to install and configure operating systems and application software. Students also learn to install, configure and support an organization's local area network. You will gain the technical skills required for CompTIA A+ and network+ industry certifications. Testing vouchers are included in course tuition.

CompTIA Network+ Certification Prep Course (SCOMPTIA)

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This certificate is designed for those interested in a career in Network PC Support; it blends online content with hands on in class activities to prepare the student for a career. This training program prepares students to repair, service and troubleshoot personal computers and computer-related equipment and to install and configure operating systems and application software. Students also learn to install, configure and support an organization's local area network. You will gain the technical skills required for CompTIA A+ and network+ industry certifications. Testing vouchers are included in course tuition.

Intermediate CompTIA A+ Cert Prep (SCOMPTIA2)

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This certificate is designed for those interested in a career in Network PC Support; it blends online content with hands on in class activities to prepare the student for a career. This training program prepares students to repair, service and troubleshoot personal computers and computer-related equipment and to install and configure operating systems and application software. Students also learn to install, configure and support an organization's local area network. You will gain the technical skills required for CompTIA A+ and network+ industry certifications. Testing vouchers are included in course tuition.

CompTIA Network & Security Cert Prep (SCOMPTIA2+)

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This certificate is designed for those interested in a career in Network PC Support; it blends online content with hands on in class activities to prepare the student for a career. This training program prepares students to repair, service and troubleshoot personal computers and computer-related equipment and to install and configure operating systems and application software. Students also learn to install, configure and support an organization's local area network. You will gain the technical skills required for CompTIA A+ and network+ industry certifications. Testing vouchers are included in course tuition.

Advanced COMPTIA A+ Cert Prep (SCOMPTIAA)

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Finish your CompTIA A+ Certification Prep by learning how to select, install, and service video, sound, and portable computers, and how to network, secure, and troubleshoot.

CompTIA Security+ Cert Prep 1 (SCOMPTIAS1)

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Master the terms and concepts you need to pass the CompTIA® Security+ SY0-401 exam and earn your Security+ certificate.

CompTIA Security+ Cert Prep 2 (SCOMPTIAS2)

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Continue to prepare for the CompTIA® Security+ exam as you review the information you need to pass the test and earn this important certification.

Cake Pops: Treats On A Stick (SCP)

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In this course you will learn how to make cake pops - the latest cake sensation. You will learn how to shape cake pops, adhere them to a stick, dip them in melted chocolate and roll them in sprinkles, nuts, coconut and other delightful toppings. Tuition covers one adult and one child between the ages of 8-15. (Culinary, Baking, Cooking, Hands-on)

Conversational Spanish (SCS)

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This is a beginning course in the basics of Spanish conversation and grammar. Instructor will emphasize words and statements, which will be of benefit to participants who are communicating with Spanish speaking employees or students.

Conversational Spanish 2 (SCS2)

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This is a continuing course in Spanish conversation and grammar. Instructor will emphasize words and statements, which will be of benefit to participants who are communicating with Spanish speaking employees or students.

Ceramic Tile: Countertops, Backsplash and Flooring (SCT)

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This course will cover the fundamentals and how-to of working with ceramic tile. Learn how to buy material, cut, lay and grout tiles. Work on backsplash, countertops and flooring for that new look around your house.

Ceramic Tile: Countertops, Backsplash and Flooring (SCT1311)

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Death by Chocolate (SDC)

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Calling all chocolate lovers! Truffles, bonbons, molten lava cake, triple chocolate cheesecake, chocolate mousse cups, the list goes on! Indulge in some death by chocolate goodies while learning the basics about chocolate. (Culinary, Baking, Cooking, Hands-on)

Defensive Driving (SDD)

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The defensive driving course is an excellent opportunity for drivers of all ages to learn about the best methods for defensive driving and accident prevention. The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety has certified Meridian Technology Center as a sponsoring agency for this six-hour training course. This Oklahoma state certified class will remove 2 points from an Oklahoma driver’s license and may provide a reduction of vehicle insurance premiums. To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Defensive Driving (SDD1010)

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To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Defensive Driving Guthrie (SDDG)

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An excellent opportunity for drivers of all ages to learn about the best methods for defensive driving and accident prevention. The Oklahoma Dept of Public Safety has certified MTC as a sponsoring agency for this six-hour course. This Oklahoma state certified class will remove 2 points from an Oklahoma driver's license and may provide a reduction of vehicle insurance premiums. To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Daddy Daughter Hair Styling (SDDHS)

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Fun & creative styling tips any Dad can master. You and your daughter will have a great time exploring these braiding and styling techniques.

Defensive Driving Off Campus (SDDOC)

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The Defensive Driving Course is an excellent opportunity for drivers of all ages to learn about the best methods for defensive driving and accident prevention. The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety has certified Meridian Technology Center as a sponsoring agency for this six-hour training course. This Oklahoma State certified class will remove 2 points from an Oklahoma driver’s license and may provide a reduction of vehicle insurance premiums. Class off campus in Perry. To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Dairy Free Cooking (SDFC)

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Dairy Free Cooking (SDFC1414)

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DIY Flooring (SDIYF)

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Participants will be introduced to various flooring solutions and types. Learn the pros and cons of each type of flooring as well as what tools and materials will be required.

DIY Painting (SDIYP)

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Do you have a paint project, but you're not sure where to start? If so, this class is for you. Learn tips and tricks to paint like the pros.

Desserts Made Easy (SDME)

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Tired of eating those store-bought goodies for the holidays and special occasions? Then learn how to create them at home. This course introduces students to a variety of basic techniques in the preparation of baked goods, including fruit pies, chilled pies, brownies, cookies, cheesecake and various other delicious desserts.

Dinner for Two (SDT)

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Have a blast creating a delicious meal together. Take a seat afterward and enjoy your creation. Tuition includes two adults. (Culinary, Cooking, Hands-on, Baking, Date Night) To view other short-term classes, visit meridiantech.edu/shortcourses.

Dinner for Two Chicken Fry (SDTCF)

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Have a blast creating a delicious meal together. Take a seat afterward and enjoy your creation. Menu: Chicken Fry

Dinner for Two Italian (SDTI)

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Have a blast creating a delicious meal together. Take a seat afterward and enjoy your creation. Tuition includes two adults.

Dinner for Two Mexican (SDTM)

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Have a blast creating a delicious meal together. Take a seat afterward and enjoy your creation. Tuition includes two adults.

Dinner for Two Perry (SDTP)

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Have a blast creating a delicious meal together. Take a seat afterward and enjoy your creation. Tuition includes two adults.

Drone UAS Flight Training Basics (SDUAS)

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Teaches new operators everything they need to know to be confident in UAS launching, flying and landing safely. Topics include introduction photography and an overview of rules for recreational and commercial use. This course include classroom time as well as hands-on flying. This course will not prep you for the Part 107 exam.

Drafting Your Own Will (SDYOW)

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Almost everyone can benefit from having a last will and testament. This course will teach you how to make a will. After learning about wills, every student will have the chance to make themselves a valid will! Enroll and leave with a will and the knowledge needed to make a new one anytime.

Easy Appetizers, Punches and Desserts (SEAPD)

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Learn to make cute and festive appetizers and desserts, as well as delicious punches to wow your guests. (Culinary, Baking, Cooking, Hands-on)

Electrical Basics (SEB)

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Learn to safely work with electricity. Change lighting fixtures, outlets and switches with peace of mind.

Effective Booth Organization (SEBO)

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Learn how to organize your booth effectively. Discover techniques to promote your cause whether at a convention, festivals or arts and crafts fairs. (Trade show)

EPA 608 Test Prep (SEPA608)

Credits:0

You will gain knowledge necessary to complete certification for the EPA608 Refrigerant Handling exam. Topics include the ozone depletion issue, handling of refrigerant and leak detection. The training includes an informational booklet needed to prepare technicians to become certified to recover and contain refrigerant for both high-pressure and low-pressure air conditioning and refrigerant equipment. EPA examination is provided with the course.

Electric Pressure Cooking 101 (SEPC101)

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Gain the knowledge and confidence you need to safely use your electric pressure cooker (Instant Pot) as well as care for it. You'll learn tips and tricks for the various settings along with different cooking methods to create delicious time saving meals. (Culinary, Cooking, Hands-on)

Electric Pressure Cooker Perry (SEPCP101)

Credits:0

Gain the knowledge and confidence you need to safely use your electric pressure cooker (Instant Pot) as well as care for it. You'll learn tips and tricks for the various settings along with different cooking methods to create delicious time saving meals.

Electrical Safety & Repair (SESR)

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Don't be intimidated by electrical repairs for your home. Gain confidence by becoming familiar with safety, equipment and materials as well as electrical theory. You will also receive step-by-step instructions to troubleshoot and repair fixtures, outlets, ceiling fans and more.

Easy Summer Salads (SESS)

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The summer heat is a great time to turn off your oven and make a light, crisp, delicious salad. Learn how to make your own dressings and homemade croutons. We will also teach you how to create great salad garnishes for summer barbecues.

Floral Design (SFD)

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Basic floral design techniques are taught in this hands-on course. Standard floral mechanics are taught by learning six types of basic designs and their variations. These include: Western Design, Biedermeir, Crescent, Flemish, Vegetative and Hogarth. Bow making is also included in this class. For a complete list of available Short Courses, visit meridiantech.edu/shortcourses

Floral Design I (SFDI1413)

Credits:0

Financial Literacy Basics (SFLB)

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Financial education is an important step in securing your future. You'll gain a better understanding of the key principles of saving and investing, as well as strategies to help reach your long-term goals. (Finance) To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Forklift Certification (SFLC)

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This course is for the individual seeking compliance with OSHA 1910.178 industrial truck safe operation regulations. Course consists of classroom activities and hands-on demonstration of forklift operation skills. Topics include types of forklifts, pre/post operation inspections, safe operation procedures and more. Certificate of training issued upon successful completion of the course.

Forming an LLC (SFLLC)

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Are your personal assets at risk? Do not let your self-employment, side-business or part-time gig be a personal liability! Come and learn the formalities of having an L.L.C. including information, taxation, operation and more!

Forklift Certification & Overhead Crane (SFLOC)

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Course is for the individuals seeking compliance with OSHA 1910.178 industrial truck safe operation regulations. Course consists of classroom activities and hands-on demonstration of forklift operation skills. Topics include types of forklifts, pre/post operations inspections, safe operation procedures as well as awareness level training with an overhead bridge crane. Course consists of classroom activities and hands-on demonstration of crane operation skills. Topics include operation, safety and rigging with an overhead bridge crane. Certificate of Training issued upon successful completion of the course.

Fortlift Certification & Overhead Crane (SFLOC1114)

Credits:0

Fruit Trees (SFT)

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Learn from the experts how to grow successful fruit trees. Topics include proper selection, pruning, high density planting, diseases and pest control. (Garden, Gardening)

Game Day Meals (SGDM)

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Make your game day headquarters a hit with these great tips and delicious recipes. Sauces, chili, dips, and score big with these great ideas the whole gang will love.

Gluten Free Breakfast (SGFB)

Credits:0

Are you interested in a gluten-free diet? Do you suffer from Celiac Disease? Learn delicious new recipes that exclude the use of foods that contain gluten.

Gluten-Free Bread (SGFB)

Credits:0

Learn the secrets of making delicious gluten-free bread from the experts. (Culinary, Baking, Cooking, Hands-on)

Gluten Free Desserts (SGFD)

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Are you interested in a gluten-free diet? Do you suffer from Celiac Disease? Learn delicious new recipes that exclude the use of foods that contain gluten.

Gluten Free Meals (SGFM)

Credits:0

Are you interested in a gluten-free diet? Do you suffer from Celiac Disease? Learn delicious new recipes that exclude the use of foods that contain gluten.

Gluten Free Meals (SGFM1313)

Credits:0

Going Green: Organic Lawncare (SGGOL)

Credits:0

Chemical-Free landscapes give you the peace of mind that comes from providing your family a healthy place for outdoor activities. Learn the secrets to having a beautiful health lawn without the use of chemicals.

Gardening Outside the Box (SGOB)

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Discover the secrets to successful straw bale, container and vertical gardening. Topics include how to choose plants that are right for you as well as how to properly prepare the site. To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Security Guard Phase I & II (SGP12113)

Credits:0

Girl Scout Classes (SGSC)

Credits:0

Home Buying and Selling 101 (SHBS101)

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What you should know, need to know, want to know before buying or selling property. (Real Estate)

High Beginning Spanish (SHBSP)

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This course focuses on the fundamental elements of the Spanish language within a cultural context. Emphasis is on the progressive development of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.

How Baking Works (SHBW)

Credits:0

Have you ever wondered why your baked goods didn't come out right? Were they too chewy, not soft enough, maybe cracked while baking? Come learn about the importance and function of the main ingredients in baking. Why use baking soda instead of baking powder? What ingredients can I use to substitute for other ingredients and how will it affect my end result? Why bake with room-temperature ingredients? These are a few of the many topics that will be covered in How Baking Works. (Culinary, Cooking, Hands-on) To view other short-term classes, visit meridiantech.edu/shortcourses.

Introduction to Heating, Cooling and Air Distribution Systems (SHCADS)

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You will gain an understanding of the fundamentals of heating systems and the combustion process. The different types and designs of gas furnaces and their components, as well as basic procedures for their installation and service, is provided. Introduction to Cooling explains the fundamental operating concepts of the refrigeration cycle and identifies both primary and secondary components found in typical HVAC/R systems. Common refrigerants are introduced as well. You will be able to describe the principles of heat transfer and the essential pressure temperature relationships of refrigerants. Basic control concepts for simple systems are also introduced. Air Distribution Systems teach the factors related to air movement and its measurement in common air distribution systems. The required mechanical equipment and materials used to create air distribution systems are also presented. Basic system design principles for both hot and cold climates are introduced.

Hammock Camping Basics (SHCB)

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Get off the ground to discover the comfort and benefits of hammock camping. Learn tips and tricks to properly set up your hammock as well as gain hands-on knowledge of accessories to keep you dry, comfortable and bug free.

Heart Healthy Meals (SHHM1413)

Credits:0

Home Inspection (SHI)

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Course will provide an overview of the home inspection industry including Oklahoma statutes, rules and regulations. Instruction will also cover the process of examining a home and its systems and components. Course has been approved by the Home Inspector Examiners Committee to meet the 90-hour training requirement for Oklahoma Home Inspector Licensing. To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Home Inspection Refresher (SHIR)

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Have you taken a certified Home Inspection course, but having trouble with the Home Inspection Licensing Exam? This course will give you the information you need to be successful..

Homemade Pasta (SHMP)

Credits:0

Fresh pasta is surprisingly easy and fun to make. Learn how to make various types of pasta. The focus will be on pasta itself, though preparation of various sauces will be explored as well. (Culinary, Baking, Cooking, Hands-on)

Homemade Pizza Perry (SHPP)

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Learn the secrets to making delicious pizza at home. Tips concerning dough and homemade sauce will be shared. Class will be held at the Dairyland.

SHRM-CP/SCP Review Course (SHRM-CP)

Credits:0

The SHRM Certification for Certified Professionals encompasses the new Body of Competency and Knowledge for SHRM Certification. The HR Competency Model covers behavioral and leadership competencies including relationship management, ethical practice, business acumen, critical evaluation, global and cultural effectiveness, leadership and navigation, consultation and communication and one technical competency on HR expertise.

Homestyle Cooking (SHSC)

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Learn to make traditional homestyle meals the whole family will love. This hands-on course will provide you with tips and techniques to create delicious made-from-scratch meals.

Homestyle Cooking Breakfast (SHSC)

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Learn to make traditional homestyle meals the whole family will love. This hands-on course will provide you with tips and techniques to create delicious made-from-scratch meals. Menu: Breakfast food

Homestyle Cooking Chicken Noodle (SHSC)

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Learn to make traditional homestyle meals the whole family will love. This hands-on course will provide you with tips and techniques to create delicious made-from-scratch meals. Menu: Chicken/dumplings & Chicken/noodle.

Hair Styling Tips (SHST)

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Fun creative styling tips anyone can master, even dad. You and your child will have a great time exploring these braiding and styling techniques. Tuition covers one adult and one child between the ages of 8-15

Holiday Treats & Sweets (SHTS1114)

Credits:0

Introduction to HVAC/R (SHVAC)

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Introduction to HVAC covers the basic principles of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning, career opportunities in HVAC, and how apprenticeship programs are constructed. Basic safety principles, as well as trade licensure and EPA guidelines, are also introduced. Additionally you will learn Trade Mathematics to solve HVAC/R trade related problems involving the measurement of lines, area, volume, weights, angles, pressure, vacuum, and temperature. Also includes a review of scientific notation, powers, roots, and basic algebra and geometry. Students will gain knowledge of Basic Electricity concepts of power generation and distribution, common electrical components, AC and DC circuits, and electrical safety as it relates to the HVAC field. This course introduces reading and interpreting wiring diagrams.

Introduction to 3D Printing (SI3DP)

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3D printing will be defined and its potential will be discussed. Participants will be walked through the process of printing a 3D model.

Introduciton to Public Speaking (SIPS)

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This course introduces elements of speech and principles of effective speaking in public. Emphasis is placed on performance and skills in preparing and presenting a public speech.

Interviewing Techniques (SIT)

Credits:0

Interview anxiety? No worries! This course will teach you how to successfully prepare for any job interview. To view other short-term classes, visit meridiantech.edu/shortcourses.

Indtroduction to Value Investing (SIVI)

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In addition to great dividend income, value investing strives to provide a buffer in a stock market crash. This is especially helpful to retirees seeking safety and income. Students will learn how to find quality value stocks by using methods originally taught by the fathers of value investing, Columbia University professors Ben Graham and David Dodd. They will also learn Graham and Dodd's principles an how to use them to find stable companies that pay healthy dividends in today's stock market.

Jewelry Design Basics (SJDB)

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Combine your creativity with the love of working with your hands to create and repair jewelry. Learn various techniques through hands-on training.

Jewelry Design Basics Perry (SJDBP)

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Combine your creativity with the love of working with your hands to create and repair jewelry. Learn various techniques through hands-on training.

Kids Sushi (SKIDS)

Credits:0

A fun, interactive cooking activity to do with the kiddos. Easy family friendly sushi recipes everyone will enjoy. Tuition covers one adult and one child between the ages of 8-15.

Knife Skills (SKS)

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Do it like the chefs! Use your knife effectively for food preparation. You will learn knife types as well as their proper use. You will also be introduced to the use of a mandolin. (Culinary, Cooking, Hands-on, Safety)

Knife Skills Perry (SKSP)

Credits:0

Do it like the chefs! Use your knife effectively for food preparation. You will learn knife types as well as their proper use.

Landscape Aesthetics (SLA)

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Landscape Aesthetics (SLA)

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After having laid the proper foundation for the landscape, it's time to choose the correct plants. Topics include overall design and proper spacing.

Landscape Basics (SLB)

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Discover the importance of laying the proper foundation. Topics include the importance of soil, drainage, irrigation needs as well as other topics.

Landscape Basics (SLB)

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Discover the importance of laying the proper foundation. Topics include the importance of soil, drainage, irrigation needs as well as other topics.

Low-Light Photography (SLLP)

Credits:0

This course is designed to help photographers shoot with little to no light. Examples of situations would be shooting images of the city skyline at night or taking photographs in situations one might think is impossible. Participants will need to have a camera with the capability of shooting on manual and a tripod or alternative means to support the camera for longer than normal exposure times. Learn a technique called "Painting by Light" in which participants will create images at night that resemble those shot in the daytime.

Masonry: Basics (SMB)

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This course is designed to provide a hands-on technique of brick laying. Topics covered are safety, tools, brick laying, mortar mixing and spreading, cinder block laying and ceramic tile setting. Students will learn to use a level to line bricks and blocks as well as how to use a masonry saw. The skills gained within this course will be applicable to a wide variety of applications from new construction to repair or remodeling projects. To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Making Baby Food at Home (SMBF)

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Making your own baby food can save you a bundle and it's easy! This course will discuss when to introduce solid foods, what baby's first meals should be and will demonstrate how to create and prepare your own baby food from scratch. Everyone will leave with something to try.

Mexican Cooking (SMC)

Credits:0

Come learn the secrets of cooking delicious, authentic Mexican dishes as you actively participate in their preparation. Sample and take home portions at the end of each class. Imagine how you can impress your friends with your culinary skills. Featured items may include chile colorado, chile verde, cheese enchiladas, chicken enchiladas, chile rellenos, carnitas, arroz con pollo, tacos, salsa, and spanish rice. (Culinary, Cooking, Hands-on)

Mexican Cooking (SMC110)

Credits:0

Mechanical Code Continuing Education Course (SMCEC139)

Credits:0

Mechanical Code Update (SMCU)

Credits:0

This class is designed to update mechanical contractors and journeymen on international codes as they relate to the HVAC/R Industry. A photo ID is required for this class to count for CEU credit with the Oklahoma Construction Industries Board.

Multirotor Drone Flight Training Basics (SMDFTB)

Credits:0

Teaches new operators everything they need to know to be confident in UAV launching, flying and landing safely. Topics include introduction to photography and an overview of rules for recreational and commercial use. This course includes classroom time as well as hands-on flying. This course will not prep you for the Part 107 exam.

Machining Hourly (SMH)

Credits:0

To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Mechanical Journeyman Test Prep (SMJP)

Credits:0

This preparation class is designed to build and review knowledge necessary for the mechanical journeyman licensing exam. This will prepare you in the areas of electrical knowledge and controls, natural gas, air distribution systems, refrigeration and air conditioning systems, heating systems and safety. Feel at ease for your certification exam knowing you are well prepared for success.

Mechanical Journeyman's Test Prep (SMJTP1414)

Credits:0

Motorcycle Maintenance (SMM)

Credits:0

This course is a hands-on lesson in how to keep your bike running optimally. The instructor will guide you through the necessary upkeep that all motorcyclists should know. You'll leave feeling more confident about how to take care of your bike for the long haul.

BenchWork, Layout & Manual Machine (SMMO)

Credits:0

Learn the basics of benchwork, layout and manual machining processes. Become familiar with lathe and mill operations and selection of proper tooling. There is an emphasis on performing hands-on skills to produce products from blueprints to completion. Prerequisite - Machining Print Reading And Gauging. (Machining, Machinist)

Bench Work, Layout & Manual Machine Operation (SMMO1413)

Credits:0

Meal Planning (SMP)

Credits:0

Learn to meal plan in order to save time and money. No more last-minute trips to the store or to grab fast food. Both of these waste your money as well as your time. Topics covered but not limited to: Planning a weekly menu, shopping lists, adjusting for changes in plans, etc.

Machining Print Reading & Gauging (SMPRG)

Credits:0

This course will introduce participants to the art and science of conveying three-dimensional information using only two dimensions. Participants will interpret information from blueprints using the alphabet lines, signs and symbols of the machining trade. (Machining, Machinist) To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Intro to Manufacturing Quality Control Processes (SMQCP)

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Learn the processes involved in a manufacturing environment. Critical definitions are involved when creating a lean work environment. History and theory behind lean environments is crucial when learning how to operate within the environment. Identify costly waste that affects a company’s bottom line and how to be the most efficient with your task.

Maintenance Technician (SMT)

Credits:0

The fundamental purpose of this course is to be able to perform entry-level work in the field of maintenance, repair and remodeling of apartments, homes, buildings, offices, schools and other facilities. Students will be introduced to the field of building maintenance. Topics to be covered in this course will be hands-on training and safety procedures, an overview of career opportunities in the maintenance field, how to perform basic electrical repairs, minor plumbing repairs, HVAC basic repairs, and power tool and equipment operation. There are no pre-requisites for this program. (Facilities Management)

Magnetic Therapy Jewelry (SMTJ)

Credits:0

Interested in learning the science and art of magnetic therapy jewelry? This is the class for you. Learn the theory of magnetic jewelry and make your own magnetic therapy bracelet

Marine Winterizing and Storage (SMWS)

Credits:0

This course covers protecting the boat from freeze damage and the effects of extended storage. Demonstrate how to winterize and outboard and inboard motor.

Network PC Support 1,2,3,4 (SNPC 1-4)

Credits:0

This certificate is designed for those interested in a career in Network PC Support. It blends online content with hands-on in-class activities to prepare students for a career. This training program prepares students to repair, service and troubleshoot personal computers and computer-related equipment and to install and configure operating systems and application software. Students also learn to install, configure and support an organization's local area network. You will gain the technical skills required for CompTIA A+ and Network+ industry certifications. Testing vouchers are included in course tuition. Classes begin monthly. (Computer, Technician, 220-901, 220-902, Maintenance, Operating System)

Network PC Support 1,2,3,4 (SNPC1)

Credits:0

This certificate is designed for those interested in a career in Network PC Support. It blends online content with hands-on in class activities to prepare the student for a career. This training program prepares students to repair, service and troubleshoot personal computers and computer-related equipment and to install and configure operating systems and application software. Students also learn to install, configure and support an organization's local area network. You will gain the technical skills required for CompTIA A+ and Network+ industry certifications. Testing vouchers are included in course tuition. Call to schedule a class!

Network PC Support Part 2 (SNPC2)

Credits:0

This certificate is designed for those interested in a career in Network PC Support; it blends online content with hands on in class activities to prepare the student for a career. This training program prepares students to repair, service and troubleshoot personal computers and computer-related equipment and to install and configure operating systems and application software. Students also learn to install, configure and support an organization's local area network. You will gain the technical skills required for CompTIA A+ and network+ industry certifications. Testing vouchers are included in course tuition.

Network PC Support 1,2,3,4 (SNPC3)

Credits:0

This certificate is designed for those interested in a career in Network PC Support; it blends online content with hands on in class activities to prepare the student for a career. This training program prepares students to repair, service and troubleshoot personal computers and computer-related equipment and to install and configure operating systems and application software. Students also learn to install, configure and support an organization's local area network. You will gain the technical skills required for CompTIA A+ and network+ industry certifications. Testing vouchers are included in course tuition

Network PC Support Part 4 (SNPC4)

Credits:0

This certificate is designed for those interested in a career in Network PC Support; it blends online content with hands on in class activities to prepare the student for a career. This training program prepares students to repair service and troubleshoot personal computers and computer-related equipment and to install and configure operating systems and application software. Students also learn to install, configure and support an organization's local area network. You will gain the technical skills required for CompTIA A+ and network+ industry certifications. Testing vouchers are included in course tuition.

Overwintering Citrus and Other Tropicals (SOCT)

Credits:0

This course focuses on preparing your plants for winter. Light, water and pests will be a few of the topics covered.

Oil and Gas: Production Technician & Pumper Training (SOIGPT)

Credits:0

The daily duties of the production technician and pumper are varied and complex. The production technician’s primary job responsibilities are to produce, treat and sell crude oil and natural gas while maintaining the lowest possible cost. This oil and gas lease training includes primary, secondary and tertiary production, as well as safety, vessels, well heads, tubular goods, fittings, valves, artificial lifts, chemicals, compressors, measurement, injection, and community and landowner relations.

Online Schol Bus Driver Training (SOSBDT)

Credits:0

OSHA 10: Construction Industry (SOSHACI)

Credits:0

This course meets the requirements by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's 10-hour certification for the construction industry. Developed for the construction worker supervisor or other personnel responsible for construction-related projects. Provides tools needed to prevent hazards on a construction site. Stay up to date with OSHA safety requirements. Upon successful completion participants will receive an OSHA 10 Construction Industry Card.

OSHA 10: General Industry (SOSHAG)

Credits:0

The course meets the requirements by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's 10-hour certification for general industry. Topics include Introduction to OSHA, walking and working surfaces, exit routes, emergency action plans, fire prevention plans, fire protection, PPE, hazard communications and various other occupational hazards possible in the workplace. Upon successful completion participants will receive an OSHA 10 General Industry Card.

Part 107 Commercial Pilot Training (SP107)

Credits:0

This course is designed to prepare operators for the Part 107 exam of the sUAS Rule, which allows commercial drone use without a section 333 exemption or a manned aircraft pilot's license. The nine-hour course features a classroom lecture over materials and a practice exam to prepare for the FAA certification test. To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Part 107 Recertification (SP107R)

Credits:0

It may be time to renew your Part 107 Certification. Part 107 certifications are valid for 2 years after issuance. This course is designed to prepare you Part 107 holders for the recurrent knowledge test.

Party Appetizers & Punch (SPAP)

Credits:0

Be the hit of any party that comes your way. Discover fun recipes and enjoy delicious samples.

Photography: Basic (SPB)

Credits:0

This course is suited for a person using either a simple or a complex camera. The class will concentrate on improving composition by discovering how to see as a professional does. Participants will take color prints based on specific assignments given in class. Participants will explore techniques that will make their photographs dynamic and powerful. Topics will include history of cameras, features, film types and uses, elements of exposure, lens types and uses, basics of composition, light meters, flash units, lighting techniques, depth of field, rule of thirds, shooting various locations, focusing on the subject, multiple flash use, situations, time exposures, filter uses, difficult shooting and marketing yourself. To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Photography Basics (SPB120)

Credits:0

Pros and Cons of Portfolio Management with Asset Allocation (SPCPMAA)

Credits:0

Asset allocation has been the standard method of portfolio management for at least the past 25 years. Learn how to use asset allocation to manage your investment portfolio. Learn how to choose an asset allocation. Learn how to choose investments to implement this strategy and when to buy and when to sell. Specific emphasis will be placed on the benefits of asset allocation and also on its shortcomings.

Punches for Every Occasion (SPEO)

Credits:0

Punches can be the perfect beverage for any holiday or event. Learn step by step how, to create the perfect punch for your next get together.

Photoshop for Photographers (SPFP)

Credits:0

This course is designed to assist photographers who want to edit their photographs and improve the overall image quality. Participants will learn basic editing skills such as color correction, adjustment of image levels and adjustment of contrast. Additional skills in image touch up, image restoration and working with various layers will also be taught. Learn to remove items from photographs an add additional components if desired.

Preserving the Harvest (SPH)

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It's time to preserve the fruits of your labor. Come learn the secrets of canning and freezing. In this class you will get hands-on experience with tomatoes, peppers and making jam. (Culinary, Food Prep, Hands-on)

Photography: Portrait (SPHP143)

Credits:0

PHR/SPHR Prep Class (SPHPP1214)

Credits:0

PHR/SPHR Prep Class (SPHR)

Credits:0

The 2014 SHRM Learning System is a certification preparation and professional development tool that offers the most current HR content aligned with the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) Body of Knowledge. Six modules covering the six functional areas of human resources management will be covered including: Strategic Management, Workforce Planning and Employment, Human Resource Development, Total Rewards, Employee and Labor Relations, and Risk Management. Enrollment Deadline is August 25, 2014.

Preserving the Harvest: Refrigerator and Freezer Edition (SPHRF)

Credits:0

There's more to preserving food than just putting it in a bag or container and putting it in the freezer. Learn tips to keeping food fresh. Gain hands-on experience with frozen jam, frozen green beans, frozen fruit and refrigerator pickles. (Culinary, Baking, Food Prep, Hands-on)

Photography - Intermediate (SPI)

Credits:0

In this course students will expand on concepts and techniques learned in the Photography: Basic course.Topics will include history of cameras, features, film types and uses, elements of exposure, lens types and uses, basics of composition, light meters, flash units, lighting techniques, depth of field, rule of thirds, shooting various locations, focusing on the subject, multiple flash use, situations, time exposures, filter uses, difficult shooting and marketing yourself.

Photography: Intermediate (SPI1010)

Credits:0

Photography In Motion (SPIM)

Credits:0

This class will cover the process of getting great photos-no matter where you are. Activities will include discussion of set-up to the delivery of the final product. Emphasis will be placed on understanding exposure, equipment requirements, and selection of camera lens, location and utilization of natural light. To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Real Estate: Post License (SPLCE114)

Credits:0

Planting Perennials (SPLP)

Credits:0

Discuss various topics including what is hardy, sun perennials and selecting the perfect variety for your site.

Photography: Nature and Outdoors (SPNO111)

Credits:0

Principles of Heat Pumps (SPOHP)

Credits:0

You will learn the principles of reverse cycle heating, describes the operation of the various types of heat pumps, and describes how to analyze heat pump control circuits, including heat pump installation and service procedures. Additionally this course covers the application and installation of various types of fasteners, gaskets, seals, and lubricants, as well as the installation and adjustment of different types of belt drives, bearings, and couplings. Includes job documentation and customer relations.

Photography: Portrait (SPP)

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Course Description: •This course will cover portrait photography. Activities will include discussion of set-up to the delivery of the final product. Emphasis will be placed on taking great photographs, rather than basic camera operation techniques. Prerequisites: •Working knowledge of camera and components

Introduction to Piping Practices and Brazing (SPPB)

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You will learn basic copper, plastic piping practices, and carbon steel piping practices. You will gain knowledge of how to identify types of copper tubing and fittings used in the HVAC/R industry and how they are mechanically joined. The identification and application of various types of plastic piping, along with their common assembly and installation practices, are also presented. Soldering and brazing equipment, techniques, and materials used to safely join copper tubing through both soldering and brazing will be taught.

Party Punches (SPPO)

Credits:0

Punches can be the perfect beverage for any holiday or event. Learn step by step how to create the perfect punch for your next get-together.

Photography: Portrait and Wedding (SPPW)

Credits:0

Topics will include the importance of set up and the delivery of the final product. Emphasis will be placed on taking great photographs, rather than basic camera operation techniques.

Principles of Refrigerants, Leak Detection, Recovery and Charging (SPRLDRC)

Credits:0

This course covers characteristics and applications of the current generation of refrigerants, including both pure and blended refrigerants. Also provides extensive coverage of lubricating oils used in refrigeration systems. You will also learn leak detection, evacuation, recovery, and charging.

Pies from Scratch (SPS)

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Discover the art of pie making. Make crust from scratch. Enjoy fruit pies as well as cream pies. (Culinary, Baking, Cooking, Hands-on)

Personal Safety in a New Light (SPSNL)

Credits:0

This course is designed for men and women who realize violence can happen to anyone at anytime, anywhere. Participants will be introduced to areas of personal safety that are rarely discussed in a typical"self defense" class. At the end of this course participants will have improved situational awareness and be able to design their own Personal Safety Plan.

Private Security: Phase 3 (SPSP3)

Credits:0

This course provides the mandatory training required to take the private investigator security guard licensing test administered by the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET). Basic private investigation is taught. No certification is earned, but the certificate of completion will allow the participant to sit for the licensing test.

Photography: Wedding (SPW)

Credits:0

This course will cover both portrait and wedding photography. Activities will include discussion of set-up to the delivery of the final product. Emphasis will be placed on taking great photographs, rather than basic camera operation techniques.

Residential Building Code Inspection Prep (SRBCIP)

Credits:0

The purpose of this course is to provide the student with the knowledge and the skills to prepare them take the International Code Council exam for Residential Building Inspector Certification. It will prepare the student for a career as a state licensed building inspector in the area of residential building inspection. This course will also benefit residential building professionals who want to further their knowledge of the building codes.

Résumé Creation and Enhancement (SRCE)

Credits:0

Learn best practices and current trends with guidance from a professional career counselor. Discover the core principles of résumé formatting, layout and word choice.

Refrigerator Desserts (SRD)

Credits:0

Discover delicious recipes that are surprisingly simple and fun to make. Cheese cake and Refrigerated Desserts.

Real Estate: Basic Pre-License (SREB111)

Credits:0

To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Real Estate Continuing Education (SRECEU)

Credits:0

Residential Electrical Code Inspection Prep (SRECIP)

Credits:0

The purpose of the course is to provide the student with the knowledge and the skills to prepare them to take the International Code Council exam for Residential Electrical Inspector certification. It will prepare the student for a career as a state licensed inspector in the area of residential electrical inspection. This course will also benefit residential building professional who want to further their knowledge of the electrical codes.

Real Estate Pre-License (SREPL)

Credits:0

Meets training requirements mandated by the state legislature to qualify individuals to sit for the state licensing exam to become a provisional sales associate as outlined by the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission. The Commission approves the curriculum and instructor and all topics are relevant to Oklahoma laws. (License, OREC, Certification, Agent, Real Estate Agent)

Real Estate Testing (SREPLT)

Credits:0

Real Estate Post License (SREPOST)

Credits:0

Meets post education real estate instruction requirements mandated by the state legislature for qualification as a Sales Associate. The Commission approves the curriculum and instructor and all topics are relevant to Oklahoma laws. (Continued Education, CEU, Agent, License, Certification)

Refrigerant Handling Certification Exam (SRHC111)

Credits:0

Refrigerant Handling Certification Exam (srhce)

Credits:0

The Refrigerant Transition and Recovery Certification Testing Program includes an informational booklet needed to prepare technicians to become certified to recover and contain refrigerant, and work with both high-pressure and low-pressure air conditioning and refrigerant equipment. Topics include the ozone depletion issue, handling of refrigerant and leak detection. There is no instructor led classroom session. The scheduled time is for examinations only. Call to schedule an appointment.

Residential Mechanical Code Inspection Prep (SRMCIP)

Credits:0

The purpose of the course is to provide the student with the knowledge and the skills to prepare them to take the International Code Council exam for Residential Mechanical Inspector certification. It will prepare the student for a career as a state licensed inspector in the area of residential mechanical inspection. This course will also benefit residential building professionals who want to further their knowledge of the mechanical codes.

Retirement Planning Basics (SRPB)

Credits:0

Translate your vision for retirement into tangible goals. Learn how to create the retirement you want. We'll examine how to budget for retirement, identify risk and ways to address them. To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Residential Plumbing Code Inspection Prep (SRPCIP)

Credits:0

The purpose of the course to provide the student with the knowledge and the skills to prepare them take the International Code Council exam for Residential Plumbing Inspector certification. It will prepare the student for a career as a state licensed inspector in the area of residential plumbing inspection. This course will also benefit residential building professionals who want to further their knowledge of the Plumbing codes.

Ready Set Retire (SRSR)

Credits:0

Thinking of retiring? Get answers to your retirement questions and concerns. Learn the basics of IRA rollovers, explore portfolio management strategies and ways to lower risk and protect against inflation. Know the pros and cons of annuities before you buy one, not after. Develop an understanding of healthcare in retirement, discover how your life insurance needs will change and how estate planning could allow you to control your money even after you can't. We will also discuss tax wise charitable giving. If you're thinking about retirement this class will provide you with the knowledge you need to manage your financial resources in retirement.

Soups & Sauces (SS&S)

Credits:0

Come learn the secrets of preparing soups and sauces as you actively participate in their preparation. You will be able to sample portions at the end of the class. (Culinary, Cooking, Hands-on)

Stir-Fry (SS-F)

Credits:0

Stir-frying is a fast and fresh way to cook. Discover great recipes and techniques for perfect rice and delicious sauce. (Culinary, Cooking, Hands-on)

Sushi: Intermediate (SS2)

Credits:0

Simple sushi can be made at home. This course teaches how to properly prepare rice and ingredients. Learn how to make spicy tuna rolls and dancing dragon rolls.

Sushi for Beginners (SSB)

Credits:0

Simple sushi can be made at home. This course teaches how to prepare rice and ingredients. Learn how to make Oklahoma rolls, California rolls and a third special roll. (Culinary, Cooking, Healthy) To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

School Bus Driver Training (SSBDT)

Credits:0

The design of this course is to assist individuals in obtaining an Oklahoma school bus driver’s endorsement. The course will cover rules and law and safety standards, in conjunction with regulations for commercial vehicles with emphasis on passenger endorsement. At completion of the course, participants will be eligible to test for their Oklahoma Class B CDL license with the P & S endorsements. Prerequisite - Student must obtain permit 14 days prior to class. CALL TO ENROLL

Survival Basics & Medical First Aid CPR (SSBMFA)

Credits:0

Need a crash course in basic survival skills? This course is for you! Topics discussed include what to have in an emergency pack, shelter, signaling and more. Medic First Aid and CPR training will also be provided with this course.

Sushi for Beginners Perry (SSBP)

Credits:0

Spanish Cooking: Paella Ole! (SSC1314)

Credits:0

Slow Cooker Meals (SSCM)

Credits:0

Create the perfect dish with your slow cooker. Discover the versatility of your slow cooker today. (Culinary, Cooking, Hands-on)

Spanish Cooking: Paella Ole (SSCPO)

Credits:0

Participants will be exploring a dish originating from Valencia, a community on the East Coast of Spain. Although some Spaniards disagree, to most of the world paella is the national dish of Spain. With its deep cultural roots and rich flavors paella is sure to be a hit at your next dinner party or event. (Culinary, Baking, Cooking, Hands-on)

Small Engine Repair (SSER)

Credits:0

Learn the basics of small engines from tune-ups to overhauls including operating principles of fuel and ignition systems, mechanical construction, inspection and assembly. Personal projects, with instructor approval, can be brought during the last five nights of class. (Mower, Lawnmower, Weedeater, Chainsaw) To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Soul Food Cooking (SSFC)

Credits:0

Students will learn to make traditional Soul Food dishes and learn the history behind the dishes. They will also discover the methods of preparing the dishes and how they have evolved over the years.

Sushi Fun with the Kids (SSFK)

Credits:0

A fun, interactive cooking activity to do with the kiddos. Easy family friendly sushi recipes everyone will enjoy. Tuition covers one adult and one child between the ages of 8-15. (Culinary, Healthy, Kids, Children)

Security Guard I & II (SSGI&II)

Credits:0

This course provides the mandatory training required to take the unarmed security guard licensing test administered by the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET). Basic private security knowledge and procedures are taught. No certification is earned, but the certificate of completion will allow the participant to sit for the licensing test. Test is administered at Meridian Technology Center on Monday evenings as well as other approved locations statewide. Call for a testing appointment.

Signing for Infants (SSI)

Credits:0

How to communicate with infants before they can speak. Participants will learn how to use simple sign language gestures to communicate with hearing infants before their infants can speak. This class is for adults only.

Sign Language II (SSL2)

Credits:0

This is a continuation of Sign Language I with an emphasis on acquiring greater elementary conversational skills. At completion of this course the students will feel confident enough to communicate with each other and the hearing impaired. This course is a very hands-on visual learning experience that will be fun and enjoyable to actively participate in your own education.

Sign Language I (SSLI)

Credits:0

This is a beginner’s course. Participants will learn history of deafness, manual alphabet, numbers and basic signs. After completion of this course, participants should be able to communicate with each other and hearing impaired individuals.

Sign Language I (SSLI138)

Credits:0

Studio Lighting for Still Life/Marketing (SSLSL)

Credits:0

This course is designed to introduce participants to studio lighting techniques for still life and/or marketing photography in a controlled environment. Participants will be introduced to auxiliary camera flash, quartz halogen light and studio strobes. Learn various lighting techniques using both continuous lighting and flash lighting arrangements, will range from single to complex multiple lighting arrangements.

Small Engine Repair (SSMR1414)

Credits:0

Spanish Paella Perry (SSPP)

Credits:0

Participants will be exploring a dish originating from Valencia, a community on the East Coast of Spain. Although some Spaniards disagree, to most of the world paella is the national dish of Spain. With its deep cultural roots and rich flavors paella is sure to be a hit at your next dinner party or event.

Spring Salads (SSS)

Credits:0

Learn how to make your own dressings and homemade croutons. We will also teach you how to create great salad garnishes for barbecues.

Successful Sports Coaching (SSSC)

Credits:0

This course is designed for coaches of all levels interested in improving both their coaching and athletes' performances. Topics include but are not limited to: sports nutrition, sports psychology, strength and conditioning, performance analysis, ethics in sports and coaching best practices.

Summer Salads (SSUS)

Credits:0

Learn how to make healthy, crisp and delicious summer salads. Make your own dressings and homemade croutons. We will also teach you how to create great salad garnishes for summer barbecues.

Introduction to SOLIDWORKS CAD and 3D (SSWC3D)

Credits:0

This course covers topics in the creation and ending of parts, assemblies and drawings in SOLIDWORKS. Participants will learn explanation of Parametric Design, the user interface and basic menu commands.

Bread Making (STBM)

Credits:0

Thanksgiving Dinner (STD)

Credits:0

One step at a time, you will learn how to prepare an amazing Thanksgiving dinner the whole family will love. A grocery list will be provided to ensure you have all the ingredients needed on hand. You will be taken through each course: appetizers, salads, main course and desserts. Leave confident in preparing this traditional meal with new tips and tricks to create the perfect Thanksgiving dinner.

Testing Services (STEST)

Credits:0

Tiny Homes: What to Know (STH)

Credits:0

Interested in building or purchasing a tiny home, but not sure where to start? This class is for you. To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Traditional Italian Cooking (STIC)

Credits:0

Would you like to learn more about traditional Italian cooking? This hands-on course focuses on traditional, homestyle Italian recipes. Enjoy the wonderfully intense flavors and freshness of traditional Italian dishes ranging from spaghetti and meatballs to fettuccine Alfredo.

Soups & Sauces (STS&S)

Credits:0

UAS Photography (SUASP)

Credits:0

This course covers the possible uses and applications of photography using a UAS. Rules and regulations for recreational and commercial use will also be covered in this course. This course includes classroom time as well as hands-on flying. This course will not prep you for the Part 107 exam.

Understanding Duct Systems & Air Quality (SUDSAQ)

Credits:0

This course will teach you to better understand chimneys, vents and flues, sheet metal duct systems, fiberglass and flexible duct systems, commercial airside systems, air quality equipment, and an introduction to hydronic systems. The course covers the principles of venting fossil-fuel furnaces and the proper methods for selecting and installing vent systems for gas-fired heating equipment. Additionally, this course covers layout, fabrication, installation, and insulating sheet metal, fiberglass, and flexible ductwork. Also includes selection and installation of registers, diffusers, dampers, and other duct accessories. You will be able to describe the systems, equipment, and operating sequences used in a variety of commercial airside system configurations. You will be introduced to hot water heating systems, focusing on safe operation of the low-pressure boilers and piping systems commonly used in residential applications.

Vertical Gardening (SVG)

Credits:0

Discover the secrets of a successful vertical garden. Topics include choosing the appropriate plants, planting in the ground and container gardening.

Welding for Certification (SWC)

Credits:0

This course is designed for those wishing to seek AWS, ASME or API certification for welding positions. Testing fees are not included in tuition. Approximate testing fee is $200. Students are not required to test at the conclusion of class. Pre-requisite: Completion of Welding Fundamentals or comparable. To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Welding for Certification (SWC1413)

Credits:0

To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Welding Certification Test Pipe (SWCT)

Credits:0

Welding Certification Test 2 Plate (SWCT)

Credits:0

Welding Certification Test Plate (SWCT)

Credits:0

Welding Certification Test (SWCT)

Credits:0

To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Welding Certification Test 2 Plate (SWCT2P)

Credits:0

Welding Certification Test Etch (SWCTE)

Credits:0

Welding Certification Test 2 Plate (SWCTP)

Credits:0

Welding Certification Test Pipe (SWCTPipe)

Credits:0

Welding Certification Test Plate (SWCTPlate)

Credits:0

Welding Fundamentals (SWF)

Credits:0

This course is the study of welding for beginners. The course will begin at whatever level of experience you have. Participants will learn how to set up the welding machine for different kinds of metals. You will learn different welding joints and all positions. Students are introduced to stick welding, flex core, shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding. To view other short-term classes go to https://sis.meridiantech.edu/CE_Intro2.cfm

Welding Hours (SWH)

Credits:0

Woven Jewelry Design (SWJD)

Credits:0

If you're looking for ways to make your designs more dynamic, these beautiful bead weaving/stitching techniques are a great way to make gorgeous DIY pieces of all kinds.

Wedding Planning 101 (SWP101)

Credits:0

Congratulations, your engaged! Now what? In this course, students will learn how to stay organized when planning a wedding. Learn how to create a budget, timeline and plan a beautiful event you'll remember forever. This course is perfect for couples!

Woodworking: Projects (SWP1414)

Credits:0

Woodworking for Beginners (SWWB)

Credits:0

Participants will learn a variety of skills and gain knowledge concerning woodworking. You will gain fundamental knowledge on safe power tool use and operation. This is designed to help participants become more comfortable with using the tools of the trade.

Woodworking for Beginners (SWWB1110)

Credits:0

Woodworking Level II: Projects (SWWII1313)

Credits:0

Woodworking Projects (SWWP)

Credits:0

Participants will learn to take a variety of skills and gain knowledge concerning woodworking and put them to work on a project of their choosing. Topics will cover design and material selection as well as skills to build your next woodworking project. Participants are responsible for all costs associated with their project. Individual project materials will not be provided.

Test – Not for Enrollment (TEST)

Credits:0

This course is for testing purposes only.