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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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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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An eight-month program held at the Union County Advance Technology Center offers students career basics as well as employment opportunities after the course is completed.

The class is offered through the ACHIEVE (Academic Challenges Helping Individuals Expand Values and Education) program and is held every Thursday for an eight-month period. All students enrolled in the class have either earned their GED or are currently working on it.

The class began with a seven-week course called Smart Work Ethics where students participated in team building and intensive training in soft skills. They even created their own button pins to wear with their slogan being, “Forget the sky. There is no limit.”

From there, they began their NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) core curriculum training at Union County Advanced Technology Center through Spartanburg Community College Corporate & Community Education.

Read more: Union Daily Times – ‘A good opportunity’

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