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Archive for April, 2016

CCE-Summer-Cover-IconOur Summer Schedule is out!

If you haven’t received one in the mail, let us know and we’ll be glad to mail you one. Or you can view our Summer Schedule online at http://bit.ly/summer-schedule.

Offering new courses included:

Register Early! Help keep your selected class on schedule. Each class has a minimum required enrollment. Once that number is reached, the class is a “go.”

Register Online at https://www.sccsc.edu/cce/.

 

 

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QuickBooksNeed help with your small business or personal accounting and finances? QuickBooks can help!

Our QuickBooks Basics class starts on May 11. Materials and a trial version of the software are included in the cost. Learn More.

Register Now at http://bit.ly/Quickbooks-CCE.

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Constable-smThis is a required 9 hour annual course for currently licensed State Constables. This two part class includes 3 hours of legal review that discusses changes in laws and new legislation and day two consists of 6 hours of firing range activity that focuses on firearm safety and re-qualification of firearms. Successful completion of this course allows commissioned state constables to retain their commissions. SLED requires a yearly update to be completed by June 30th.

Don’t wait – class starts Monday, April 18. Cost is only $119. Register Online Now!

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Muzzle-with-leash

Dr. Lauren Johnson, DVM, demonstrates how to make a muzzle out of gauze and how to use the leash as a muzzle.

Students just completed a class on First Aid for Cats & Dogs Saturday, April 2.

One of the class members shared some photos with us. They really enjoyed the class and learned to handle emergencies with their pets. They even learned how to make a cat burrito in order to keep them still.

First Aid for Cats & Dogs classes are available in June and July.

 

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