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Take a look at the upcoming Corporate & Community Upcoming Classes for May. Below are the start dates.

Business & Professional Development

  • German 101 – May 14
  • How to Speak Clearly – May 17
  • NCCER Electronic Systems Technician – May 1
  • Paralegal Certificate Course – May 1
  • Real Estate First Year Sales – May 7

Community Interest

  • Defensive Driving – May 8 and May 19
  • Essential Oils: Introduction – May 19
  • Motorcycle Rider Beginner – May 11
  • Sewing Basics – May 22

Computer Technologies

  • Excel 2013 Beginner – May 14
  • InDesign: Part 1 – May 22
  • Introduction to Computers – May 15
  • Outlook 2013 Basic – May 1
  • Photoshop: Part 1 – May 8

Healthcare

  • Basic Life Support/CPR – May 12 and May 26
  • Phlebotomy Technician – May 2

Industrial, Manufacturing, Trades

  • Certified Logistics Technician – May 21
  • Construction Cost Estimating – May 30
  • Forklift Training-Sit Down – May 3, May 17, May 31
  • Forklift-Stand Up Reach Truck – May 4, May 18
  • Forklift-Walkie/Rider – May 3, May 17
  • NCCER Electrical: Part 1 – May 8
  • NCCER Plumbing: Part 2 – May 14
  • Truck Driver Training Class A – May 7
  • Welding Refresher – May 1

Be sure to register early!

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A series of classes for professional women.

Take individual classes or the entire series!

Women face different challenges in the workplace than men and new skills are required to compete effectively. This 24-hour program will help you find your authentic voice and cultivate executive presence. By integrating evidence based research on effective leadership with lecture, reflective practice and experiential group work, this leadership development series will focus on those challenges and provide skill development with the following modules:

  • Leadership Practices & Commitments
  • Organizational Culture and Your Leadership Style
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Communicating with Impact
  • Building Effective Teams
  • Coaching for Performance
  • Cultivating Executive Presence
  • Bringing it All Together Panel
  • View each module or register individually for $149 per module

Date:  Feb 27 – Apr  | Tuesdays, 6:30pm-9:30pm
Tuition: $749
Location: SCC Downtown Campus
Register Now  

Don’t wait!  Reserve your seat today.

For questions or to register by phone call Corporate & Community Education at (864) 592-4900 or email at cceinfo@sccsc.edu.

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Our CCE-2017-Fall-cover-SignatureFall Schedule (August – December classes) is now available online. 

Lots of new and interesting classes:

  • Craft Beer
  • Cheese Making
  • All About Wine
  • Women in Leadership Series Workshop

Download the latest schedule here.

Want one mailed to you? Please fill out this form and we’ll get it to you “hot off the press” in August. You can always browse our website at www.sccsc.edu/cce

 

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Choose from a variety of classes to help you achieve your goals and enrich your life!

Motorcycle Classes are back!  Visit Our Program areas for a complete list of classes and schedules.

Any questions contact us at (864) 592-4900 or email us at cceinfo@sccsc.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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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Music-1960The 1960s were one of the most turbulent decades in our nation’s history. We had the Civil Rights movement, the war in Vietnam, assassinations of President John F. Kennedy, Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., Senator Robert Kennedy, and Malcom X. We had the sexual revolution, cold war, Berlin Wall, Cuban Missile Crisis, riots and burning of major cities, women’s movement, dissent and disobedience throughout the country, and men walking on the moon.

Plus, we had the greatest popular music of all time! Jack Fisher, the disc jockey who introduced The Beatles at their first U.S. concert, was a regular dancer on American Bandstand, and rubbed elbows with early rock ‘n’ roll legends, including Dick Clark, Chubby Checker, and Ricky Nelson, will take you on a trip down through the soundtrack of your life by demonstrating how the music and culture reflected and influenced a generation. This lecture series will cover the decade year by year. The 1960s. They were turbulent and they were memorable. Come revisit this special time.

Your visit to the 1960s starts on April 7. Don’t wait – Register Online Now!

Dates:  April 7 – May 19, Thursdays 6 pm – 8 pm
Cost:  $39

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Attention Comic Artists and Parents of ages 13-18 children!Visual Story Telling

Visual Story Telling for Comics and Manga class is available January 23 – February 13, 9am – 11am, for only $49.

Learn to tell a story through drawings alone. Manga art comics are great for self expression and exploration of artistic talent.

View details and register online now to reserve your seat at http://bit.ly/ComicDrawing.

 

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