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ConstantContactHeaderINDSEven when the unemployment rate is high, a study by the National Association of Manufacturers indicates that 80 percent of manufacturers cannot find enough qualified applicants to fill job openings. Get Qualified!

Upcoming Classes in the Industrial, Manufacturing and Trade area:

  • Arc Flash NFPA 70E – Jul 14
  • Blueprint Reading: Electrical – Jun 20-27
  • Electrical Device Boxes – Aug 1 – 10
  • Electrical Services: Residential – Jul 11-25
  • Forklift Training – Jul 1
  • OSHA 10 Safety-General Industry – Jun 22 & 23
  • Six Sigma Yellow Belt – Jul 18 & 19

View Class Details and Schedule

Don’t Wait – Register Online 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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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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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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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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Want to make Valentines Day Chocolates?

Can you think of anything more divine than biting into a delicious piece of decadent chocolate? Have you ever wondered how these masterpieces are created? Now is your chance to not only find out; but to learn how to make your own. With Valentine’s Day approaching, you can spend a day learning how to whip up these fabulous confections for yourself, that special someone, your friends, and your family.

Bill Jackson, Spartanburg’s own premier pastry chef and chocolatier will teach you how to make truffles from chocolate. You will also learn how to melt and temper chocolate and also learn piping skills to create that special artisan look.

You will leave with your very own handmade delectable truffles. You encouraged to bring lunch to class.

Class Date:  February 6
Time: 9 am to 5 pm
Location:  SCC central campus

Cost is only $69 ($27 supply fee is included in the tuition cost) and supplies will be furnished in class. February 6 from 9 am to 5 pm. Seats are limited – Register Now at http://bit.ly/MakeChocolates.

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CCE Class Schedule Cover GraphicYou may get a January-April 2016 Class Schedule in the mail. But if you don’t . . . Be sure to visit http://bit.ly/Jan-Apr16Schedule and Download a copy!

There are over 40 new course offerings with new items such as Furniture Painting, Music & Culture of the 1960’s, Essentials Oils for Health and many more!

You can always browse our website at http://www.sccsc.edu/cce. Don’t forget to register to save your spot.

 

 

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