ACCT-3393

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Basic computer skills, not Mac supported. Starting a business? Changing accounting systems? Organize your business finances in an efficient and manageable manner. Navigate the essentials of setting up new customer and vendor accounts and customizing reports, explore creating invoices, recording sales and entering payments. You must bring a 2GB flash drive to class.

Book cost $95

Tuition $245

Hours: 36

ACCT-3398

Prerequisite: None

So a small business is your dream. Explore the decisions necessary from entity selection to tax obligations. Understand your entity choices, pros and cons, required legal documentation, federal and state responsibilities, accounting choices, and income taxes filings. Brought to you by Tulsa Tech at 36 Degrees North.

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

BUS-3406

Prerequisite: None

Have you ever wondered about what customer service means to different age groups? Discuss how to take great care of your customers based on their generation. Brought to you by Tulsa Tech at 36 Degrees North.

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

ECE-3898

Prerequisite: None

Designed for center administrators, will show you how to help staff use evidence-based framework to address children's social, emotional development, and challenging behavior.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

LEAD-3333

Prerequisite: None

Explore the The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Develop skills regarding prioritization, accountability and communication. Study the timeless principles of human effectiveness that will propel you toward greater performance. A good choice for frontline staff.

Book cost $120

Tuition $125

Hours: 8

LEAD-3334

Prerequisite: None

Prepare to take on significant leadership roles and responsibilities. Examine the critical characteristics of effective leaders and how to make great contributions as you grow with your organization. Designed for emerging leaders.

Book cost $120

Tuition $125

Hours: 8

LEAD-3336

Prerequisite: None

Increase trust within your organization! Practice the specific behaviors that lead to increased personal credibility and inspire trust. Leaders will develop powerful tools impacting work culture and team performance.

Book cost $120

Tuition $125

Hours: 8

LEAD-3338

Prerequisite: None

Do your written professional messages convey clarity and accuracy? Learn how to organize your ideas and structure written format to positively impact business outcomes.

Book cost $120

Tuition $125

Hours: 8

MRKT-3359

Prerequisite: None

Do you wonder how a good website might move your business to the next level? Are you confused by the variety of platforms and how to choose? Come meet with a pro to find out how you can make digital initiatives work for your business.

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

MRKT-3360

Prerequisite: None

Are you not even sure what kind of website you need or what to put on it? How can you best tell the story of your business to attract new customers? Is that catchy domain name you want still available, and how can you grab it before it's gone?

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

MRKT-3361

Prerequisite: None

You have a URL, you've decided on a platform, and you've thought about the right content. Now get to work placing the content and picking the right photos, text, and graphics so you can get your website live.

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

MRKT-3362

Prerequisite: None

Do you have a functioning website with good content and just need some help driving traffic? Come build a traffic roadmap to point more people to your website.

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

MRKT-3363

Prerequisite: None

How do you attract the right audience to your website and make sure they find what they need when they arrive? Practice attracting, nurturing, and growing your audience to your products or services.

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

MRKT-3364

Prerequisite: None

Create a website that is uniquely yours using WordPress. Learn to apply themes and upgrades, use widgets and media management for images, audio, and video, and discover other WordPress-hosted services and web technologies.

Tuition $95

Hours: 15

ADVT-3335

Prerequisite: None

Draw portraits, cartoons or whatever you're interested in with Prismacolors. Nationally recognized sports artist and cartoonist, Dayne Dudley, can teach you! Supplies required.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $165

Hours: 3

ADVT-3341

Prerequisite: None

Anyone can learn to draw, no artistic ability required! Create both realistic illustrations and cartoons using Prismacolor pencils. You provide some class material; others are provided in class.

Tuition $75

Hours: 3

ADVT-3347

Prerequisite: None

Explore various drawing techniques while creating a pen and ink illustration. Taught by nationally recognized artist Dayne Dudley.

Tuition $165

Hours: 8

ARTS-3335

Prerequisite: None

Challenge your creative and hand-working skills by learning procedures, equipment, material, and safety relevant to leather craft tooling. Project choices are a wallet, phone case belt, coin purse, or key fob.

Book cost $75

Tuition $75

Hours: 3

ARTS-3340

Prerequisite: None

Get out your letter stamps, bench block, and hammer and prepare to stamp on metal. Instruction covers the necessary tools and materials needed for this fun and addicting hobby.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $39

Hours: 15

GRPH-3367

Prerequisite: None

Advance your knowledge on how to make 2D animated cartoons using Adobe Animate starting with the principles of animation. Export and post your videos on YouTube as you enhance your skills.

Tuition $175

Hours: 32

HSPT-3336

Prerequisite: None

Excellent guest service is not an expense, but an investment. Statistics prove that guests reward exceptional service with loyalty and increased spending. Look beyond the standard guest service training and get recognized for implementing and achieving guest service best practices with Guest Service Gold©.

Book cost $40

Tuition $19

Hours: 8

PHTO-3339

Prerequisite: PHTO-3376.

Want more time with Photoshop and Lightroom in an instructor assisted setting? Bring your photos and continue to advance your skills to creative the perfect work of art.

Tuition $125

Hours: 3

PHTO-3373

Prerequisite: None

Your photography doesn't have to be limited to snapshots and "happy accidents." You will learn to use the many features on your camera and be introduced to how to organize and improve your photography in image-editing programs. An introduction to Adobe Lightroom and similar programs is included. Class includes a field trip. Digital SLR camera required.

Book cost $25

Tuition $225

Hours: 5

PHTO-3374

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Comfortable with manual mode camera operation. Clear understanding of aperture and shutter speed. Delve deeper into the more advanced areas of photography, lighting, composition, and image editing. Lightroom skills will include the output modules of printing and web galleries. Instructor Douglas Henderson is one of Oklahoma's most prolific photographers. Class includes a field trip. Digital SLR camera required.

Book cost $25

Tuition $225

Hours: 36

PHTO-3376

Prerequisite: PHTO-3374.

Build on your photography skills as you employ a number of specialized photographic techniques, such as studio lighting, flash portrait posing, and on-camera flash.

Tuition $225

Hours: 3

PHTO-3379

Prerequisite: None

Are you interested in learning the essential skills to take great photographs with any camera? Come explore your camera's settings. Learn what composition, exposure, and the art of seeing light will do for your photographs. Watch your photos go from bland to grand.

Tuition $99

Hours: 8

PHTO-3780

Prerequisite: None

Have you ever wanted to learn how to create a Digital Scrapbook aka DigiScrap? It's just as fun as traditional scrapbooking but cheaper, cleaner and so many more options!

Tuition $49

Hours: 3

RAPA-3335

Prerequisite: Basic computer proficiency, Mac experience a plus.

Explore a variety of recording and mixing techniques focused primarily around Pro Tools recording software. Through lecture, demonstration, and hands-on studio time, you will learn every step of the album making process.

Tuition $225

Hours: 3

RAPA-3338

Prerequisite: RAPA-3335.

Discover powerful techniques for editing and mixing audio. Dive deeper into the Pro Tools software and improve the quality and excitement of your mixes and audio productions.

Tuition $225

Hours: 8

AMP-3341

Prerequisite: None

Required Skills/Experience: Private Pilot Certificate for Airplanes. Have your Private Pilot certification? Then instrumental rating is your next logical step. Instrumental rating increases pilot knowledge, skills, and confidence and prepares pilots for the Instrument-Airplane written exam.

Book cost $40

Tuition $135

Hours: 15

AMP-3342

Prerequisite: None

Book cost $15

Tuition $175

Hours: 3

AST-3379

Prerequisite: None

Looking for an entry-level career in the automotive industry or need to gain additional knowledge in the field? Utilizing industry-driven standards, instruction is designed to provide a consistent, credible message about the methods and rewards of effective automotive maintenance. You will obtain the skills necessary to maintain vehicles through high-quality services for fuel systems, engines, transmissions, brakes, power steering, cooling, battery, drive line and climate systems. You will have the opportunity to validate your knowledge by completing 14 industry-recognized certifications during class.

Tuition $275

Hours: 5

AST-3380

Prerequisite: None

Would you like to have a career in the high-demand professional detailing trade? Learn scratch and swirl removal and all aspects of exterior and interior cleaning and stain removal. Upon completion, you will possess the knowledge and skills necessary to safely bring automobiles back to new-look standards. Book included.

Tuition $295

Hours: 3

AST-3384

Prerequisite: None

Vehicle maintenance can be the source of many questions and concerns. Enroll in this interactive course designed to educate everyday car owners about common vehicle maintenance, service and repair. Ask a certified technician questions about personal vehicles, while being guided through a basic inspection.

Tuition $189

Hours: 8

CRT-3334

Prerequisite: None

This hands-on class teaches the basics of metal working, dent repair and prep; oxyacetylene and MIG welding; shrinking and stretching; application, sanding, and blocking of automotive body fillers. Small projects, with instructor approval, allowed last 4 weeks of class. Proper PPE required.

Tuition $245

Hours: 8

CRT-3335

Prerequisite: CRT-3334.

Follow-up class to Collision Repair 1 which allows time to work on your own projects with an experienced instructor to provide assistance and guidance. No overnight storage is available for vehicles. You supply own materials.

Tuition $245

Hours: 8

CRT-3336

Prerequisite: None

Equip yourself with the fundamentals of basic refinishing, repair surfaces using modern spray equipment, chemical safety, undercoats, and topcoats. Safety glasses and proper PPE require.

Supply fee $30

Tuition $245

Hours: 3

CRT-3337

Prerequisite: CRT-3336 or instructor approval.

Receive advanced instruction in your paint project, including surface prep, paint mixing, additives, and application. Project must be pre-approved by the instructor. You provide own materials.

Supply fee $30

Tuition $245

Hours: 8

CRT-3342

Prerequisite: None

Continue to refine your MIG welding skills in this advanced welding class designed to introduce more advanced skills and techniques. Work with more complex shapes and methods of holding pieces during the fit up and welding process. Personal projects with instructor approval.

Supply fee $24

Tuition $175

Hours: 3

DRIV-3333

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Must be age 18 or older with a valid driver’s license. Discover State Department of Education requirements for school bus drivers including legal controls, emergency procedures, student behavior management, defensive driving, loading and unloading, railroad crossing, pre-trip inspections, emergency evacuation and skill maneuvers. 100% attendance required for certification.

Tuition $75

Hours: 36

DRIV-3334

Prerequisite: None

Complete your four-hour annual in-service, with this one-evening class which qualifies for Railroad and Emergency Bus Evacuations: Procedures for Bus Drivers. Other in-services are available.

Tuition $49

Hours: 3

DRIV-3337

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Must be 18 years of age, at least 20/40 eye acuity in each eye with or without correction, and valid drivers license. Prepare to take your written Commercial Driver's License Class B Test by reviewing the general knowledge, driving safety, transporting passengers safely, pre-trip vehicle inspection and air brakes section of the OK Department of Public Safety Manual.

Tuition $79

Hours: 3

DRIV-3338

Prerequisite: None

Required skill/experience: Must be 18 years of age, at least 20/40 eye acuity in each eye with or without correction, and valid driver's license. Need a review of the Commercial Driver's License Manual sections? We will help you prepare to take the Class B Skills Tests. Tests are administered by the OK Department of Public Safety. Sections include Pre-trip Vehicle Inspections, Air Brakes, and Basic Vehicle Skills Test review.

Tuition $79

Hours: 3

APPR-3500

Prerequisite: None

Designed to will help you gain insight and a knowledge of various theories and methodologies for determining site values and applying the cost approach in residential appraisal work. Advantages and disadvantages of the cost approach will be examined. Building plans and specifications, replacement vs. reproduction costs and methods for estimating accrued depreciation will be examined. 100% attendance is required.

Book cost $30

Tuition $175

Hours: 6

APPR-3502

Prerequisite: None

Book cost $20

Tuition $150

Hours: 18

APPR-3517

Prerequisite: None

The identification and analysis of market forces that affect buyers and sellers and how these forces and behavior affect (market) value are highlighted. Various methods and techniques for collecting and analyzing market data are discussed. The theory of Highest and Best Use (HBU) will be discussed along with the two-step analysis and the four tests for HBU. 100% attendance is required.

Book cost $35

Tuition $175

Hours: 12

APPR-3518

Prerequisite: None

The real estate appraisal process theories, techniques and procedures process will be discussed in coordination of how to use various residential forms and reports for communicating the results of an appraisal. Practical applications of communicating appraisal results will be demonstrated through theory and hands-on examples. 100% attendance is required.

Book cost $35

Tuition $175

Hours: 32

APPR-3519

Prerequisite: None

Designed to elevate your knowledge of challenging residential appraisal assignments. Topic areas will focus on valuing unique and high-end residences. Other areas include developing methodologies for valuing partial interests and addressing changes in the marketplace. Case studies will serve as an integral part of discussion. 100% attendance is required.

Book cost $40

Tuition $175

Hours: 12

APPR-3525

Prerequisite: None

Many real estate sales transactions are being financed with FHA-insured financing, it is important for real estate brokerage professionals to stay well informed regarding FHA protocol.

Book cost $25

Tuition $150

Hours: 3

HOME-3334

Prerequisite: None

Basic Home Inspection Licensing class is required for state examination to obtain a Home Inspection License. 100% attendance is required.

Book cost $95

Tuition $595

Hours: 3

HOME-3335

Prerequisite: None

Meet Home Inspection CE hours and expand your knowledge of heating systems. Learn the key elements of safely inspecting gas and oil furnaces.

Tuition $29

Hours: 3

HOME-3336

Prerequisite: None

Meet Home Inspection CE hours and expand your knowledge of heating systems. Learn the key elements of safely inspecting electric furnaces and wood heaters.

Tuition $29

Hours: 3

HOME-3341

Prerequisite: None

Keep up-to-date on your Home Inspection CE hours with this air conditioning 1 class. You will expand your knowledge of best practice and licensing requirements for AC systems. Identify and review component, configurations, and how to insure an AC unit is operating properly.

Tuition $29

Hours: 8

HOME-3342

Prerequisite: None

Keep up-to-date on your Home Inspection CE hours with the air conditioning 2 class. Expand your knowledge of AC systems with a focus on Heat Pump Systems. Explore and review the component, configurations, and how to ensure Heat Pump systems are in proper operating condition.

Tuition $29

Hours: 8

HOME-3447

Prerequisite: None

Identification of the common architectural styles and features used in the area. Identification of exterior wall surfaces including types of cladding, soffits, fascia, doors, window and trim flashing and caulking.

Tuition $29

Hours: 16

HOME-3448

Prerequisite: None

Identification of the unique components and structural and safety properties of exterior structures, surface water control, landscaping and the common problems and the implications of these problems.

Tuition $29

Hours: 12

HOME-3449

Prerequisite: None

Identification of the common components and working mechanisms of plumbing systems, water supply piping, hot water heaters and their performance.

Tuition $29

Hours: 30

HOME-3450

Prerequisite: None

Identification of the common components and working mechanisms of plumbing systems, drains, waste and vent piping and fixtures, sinks, toilets, tubs & showers and water requirements performance.

Tuition $29

Hours: 40

HOME-3451

Prerequisite: None

Identification of residential electrical systems, their function and adverse conditions that may occur. Systems addressed include drop and entrance, grounding and panels.

Tuition $29

Hours: 30

HOME-3452

Prerequisite: None

Identification of residential electrical systems, their function and adverse conditions that may occur. Systems addressed include service box, grounding system, distribution panels and the distribution system.

Tuition $29

Hours: 12

HOME-3453

Prerequisite: None

Identification of the basics of footings, foundations and floor system elements, functions and adverse conditions.

Tuition $29

Hours: 3

HOME-3454

Prerequisite: None

Identification of the basics of wall systems and components of the roof structure and adverse conditions.

Tuition $29

Hours: 40

RE-3351

Prerequisite: None

For Licensed Real Estate Agents. OREC approved for 3 hours of required CE.

Tuition $25

Hours: 9

RE-3370

Prerequisite: None

Tuition $25

Hours: 40

RE-3402

Prerequisite: None

Expand your understanding of broker relationships. Review the role and responsibilities within everyday activity.

Tuition $25

Hours: 12

RE-3409

Prerequisite: None

Learn the difference between marketing and advertising: utilizing websites, print media, farming, social media, developing and maintaining a database of prospects and follow-up.

Tuition $25

Hours: 40

RE-3444

Prerequisite: None

Reviews Ethics regulations specified by Oklahoma Law and Guidelines set by the NAR Code of Ethics.

Tuition $25

Hours: 30

RE-3535

Prerequisite: None

The Fair Housing and Case Studies class will outline historical review of Fair Housing Law and how this law has been transformed into the current national and state Fair Housing laws.

Tuition $25

Hours: 5

RE-3536

Prerequisite: None

Are you considering being a sponsoring broker? If so, it is a huge responsibility and one that you must take seriously. You will be the one individual responsible for and held accountable for all acts of your associates. You will be the mentor, the one who sets the example. You will be required to set policies in regard to how real estate transactions are handled by your firm. You will be responsible and liable for all trust funds collected and ensure they are deposited promptly and remain secure. These are just a few of the issues a sponsoring broker faces on a daily basis.

Tuition $85

Hours: 36

RE-3562

Prerequisite: None

Tuition $25

Hours: 40

RE-3563

Prerequisite: None

Expand your understanding of Property Management. Review the role of a property manager and the everyday activity of a management company.

Tuition $15

Hours: 40

RE-3699

Prerequisite: None

In today's market, low offers are more prevalent than ever. Of the many tools available, it is imperative that you learn how to hone your negotiating skills and learn to work with buyers and sellers to obtain their desired price.

Tuition $25

Hours: 24

RE-3701

Prerequisite: None

Become familiar with the sales agreement, including discussion of every paragraph. Learn how to keep track of dates and when to use supplemental forms.

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

RE-3703

Prerequisite: None

Define material defects, understand obligations & identify resources for disclosure & misrepresentation.

Tuition $25

Hours: 4

RE-4015

Prerequisite: None

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

RE-4021

Prerequisite: None

Explore current issues/foreclosures and gain an understanding of foreclosure laws and practices. Define foreclosure and highlight the different types of real estate foreclosure.

Tuition $15

Hours: 8

RE-4022

Prerequisite: None

Explore the basics of Real Estate Broker Relation Laws.

Tuition $15

Hours: 8

RE-4023

Prerequisite: None

Gain a basic understanding of laws and acts that have contributed to current real estate laws and practices.

Tuition $15

Hours: 3

RE-4024

Prerequisite: None

Expand your understanding of professional standards and professional code of conduct related to real estate practices and laws.

Tuition $15

Hours: 3

RE-4025

Prerequisite: None

Gather a basic understanding of Oklahoma Uniform Contracts of Sale of Real Estate.

Tuition $15

Hours: 15

RE-4026

Prerequisite: None

Acquire a basic understanding of current Oklahoma Real Estate codes and rules.

Tuition $15

Hours: 32

RE-4027

Prerequisite: None

Gain an understanding of the history of different styles of residential architecture in the Tulsa area. Identify the styles and use the options available within the MLS to enhance listings and help buyers discern the styles to fit their wants and needs. Realtors can help market a home by educating themselves on the style of the home.

Tuition $25

Hours: 24

RE-4028

Prerequisite: None

Inspire the associate to understand the skill of goal setting will set them apart from the competition. As a newly licensed or experienced associate explore ways to develop a business plan, the basics of goal setting.

Tuition $25

Hours: 42

RE-4029

Prerequisite: None

As a newly licensed or an experienced associate, expand your knowledge of the listing agreement. Identify how to explain and inform the seller about their obligations, realtor relationship, and marketing the property. Cover the MLS data input form to be in compliance and maximize marketing the property.

Tuition $15

Hours: 24

RE-4030

Prerequisite: None

What are Home Owners Associations (HOA)? Explore how HOAs affects the real estate professional and the home buyer of a home in a neighborhood that has an HOA.

Tuition $15

Hours: 32

RE-4031

Prerequisite: None

Gain the knowledge required to complete the Oklahoma Real Estate Post license course. This fast track, face to face, course meets OREC's 45-hour post license educational requirements.

Tuition $225

Hours: 40

RE-4033

Prerequisite: None

Create awareness of the state & federal laws about advertising, including fair housing, so that agents comply with the laws.

Tuition $15

Hours: 12

APRL-3377

Prerequisite: None

Have you always wanted to learn to sew but were unsure how to get started? Operate the sewing machine, following a pattern, and select appropriate fabric and materials. You will leave class with a completed project and a new found skill. You supply project materials. The first class meeting includes a trip to the fabric store.

Tuition $85

Hours: 5

APRL-3378

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Some sewing experience. Continue to build your sewing skills. Create a simple apparel project while learning how to sew in zippers, darts, waistbands, and more. Sewing machines are available, but you are encouraged to bring your own machine. You supply project materials. The first class meeting includes a trip to the fabric store.

Tuition $85

Hours: 36

APRL-3382

Prerequisite: None

Handmade gifts are always special. Create several simple sewing projects that can be given as gifts perfect for the Fall and Winter months. You supply your project materials. The first class meeting includes a trip to the fabric store.

Tuition $85

Hours: 3

APRL-3387

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Some sewing experience. Create a simple baby quilt while learning machine quilting terms and techniques. You supply project materials. The first class meeting includes a trip to the fabric store.

Tuition $159

Hours: 3

APRL-3388

Prerequisite: None

Required Skills/Experience: Some sewing experience. Are the t-shirts you've been saving starting to pile up? Making them into a t-shirt quilt is a great way to preserve memories and create a lifelong keepsake. Gather nine t-shirts and make a quilt from start to finish. You supply your project materials; the first class meeting includes a trip to the fabric store.

Tuition $149

Hours: 8

APRL-3389

Prerequisite: APRL-3378.

Explore the world of fashion! Make garments from commercial patterns using the many colors and fabrics available. Select a pattern, make a simple, unique garment.

Tuition $99

Hours: 8

APRL-3390

Prerequisite: None

Are you interested in knitting? You will complete a basic project during this fun and relaxing class designed for those new to knitting.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $75

Hours: 3

APRL-3391

Prerequisite: APRL-3390 or knitting experience.

Are you past basic knitting but want to work on a project that you might need help with? Continue learning and complete unfinished projects in this fun-filled class.

Tuition $75

Hours: 15

APRL-3392

Prerequisite: None

Create a stitch book along with beautiful home and fashion projects in this fun class. Excellent class for team building activities.

Tuition $75

Hours: 8

APRL-3393

Prerequisite: None

Remove the clutter from your closet and simplify life! Develop the skills to create a plan to maximize your wardrobe. Build a functional core of clothes perfect for your own personal style. You will explore useful web, technology, and book resources.

Tuition $15

Hours: 3

APRL-3394

Prerequisite: None

Know a child who wants to learn to crochet? Bring them to have fun and create simple crochet projects together. Designed for one child 10 years and older accompanied by one adult.

Supply fee $8

Tuition $25

Hours: 8

APRL-3395

Prerequisite: None

Know a child who wants to learn to crochet? Come together to have fun and create simple crochet projects. Designed for one child 10 years and older accompanied by one adult. Tuition and fees covers one child and one adult.

Supply fee $8

Tuition $35

Hours: 32

ATID-3330

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Some sewing experience. Want to revive your current accessory pieces? Walk away knowing safety relevant to upholstery, including teardowns, falls, padding, tools, sewing techniques, fabric and trim measuring. You bring your own fabric and trim. Projects, limited to chairs or similarly sized items (no sofas).

Tuition $225

Hours: 3

ATID-3331

Prerequisite: Some sewing experience.

Are you ready to spruce up your car, truck, or boat? Learn procedures, equipment, materials, and safety relevant to upholstery including teardowns, padding, tools, sewing techniques, and fabric and trim measuring. You bring your own fabric and trim. Projects limited to car or truck bench or bucket seats or seats from your boat.

Tuition $225

Hours: 3

ATID-3333

Prerequisite: None

Gain a new skill while creating the perfect home accessory. You will learn procedures, equipment, and materials relevant to upholstery as you construct and cover a custom footstool. You bring your own fabric; other supplies are provided.

Supply fee $55

Tuition $75

Hours: 3

CIS-3334

Prerequisite: None

Designed with the computer beginner in mind, this class provides a comprehensive introduction to important computer concepts and the newest technology trends.

Book cost $45

Tuition $175

Hours: 15

CIS-3443

Prerequisite: None

Learn basic keyboarding skills which include home-row keys, correct finger placement and use for maximum speed and accuracy. Gain experience to key, by touch, with speed and accuracy at least 20 words per minute with no more than two errors on a one-minute timed writing.

Tuition $175

Hours: 5

CIS-4075

Prerequisite: None

Does the idea of turning on a computer and understanding all the programs overwhelm you? Ease your way into technology by exploring the computer desktop, using the Internet, introduction to Word, setting up and using e-mail and Facebook, downloading and sharing photos.

Book cost $15

Tuition $69

Hours: 36

CIS-4127

Prerequisite: None

You will work independently in this self-paced class to explore features to structure and maintain your data; create tables, sort, and filter data through queries, and customize a report.

Book cost $55

Tuition $175

Hours: 3

CIS-4128

Prerequisite: None

Learn to create and deliver a powerful presentation through this self-paced instructor facilitated class! Design your presentation; customize graphics, animation, and sound; insert charts, tables and dazzle your audience.

Book cost $80

Tuition $175

Hours: 3

CIS-4130

Prerequisite: None

Learn some of the features of Word 2013 in this self-paced instructor facilitated class. Edit and format paragraphs and tables, create labels and mail merge for envelopes, and use SmartArt Graphics.

Book cost $55

Tuition $175

Hours: 3

CIS-4131

Prerequisite: None

Explore Excel 2013 and learn to enhance, view, and print worksheets; work with formulas and charts, format cell contents, and design the appearance of worksheets thru this self-paced instructor facilitated class.

Book cost $55

Tuition $175

Hours: 3

CIS-4132

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: CIS-4137 or equivalent knowledge with performing calculations, modifying, formatting, and printing worksheets. Build upon your knowledge and start creating advanced workbooks and worksheets. Analyze massive amounts of data with pivot tables and slicers, extract actionable information, and present that information using basic charts. Bring a thumb drive to class.

Book cost $25

Tuition $75

Hours: 40

CIS-4133

Prerequisite: None

Continuing from Excel 2013 Level 1, learn to manage multiple sheet workbooks, integrate tables, add graphics, use templates, protect workbooks, use data analysis and advanced formatting through this self-paced instructor facilitated class.

Book cost $55

Tuition $175

Hours: 3

CIS-4134

Prerequisite: None

Microsoft Outlook 2013 is an information management application that provides tools to send and receive email, organize schedules and events, and maintain contacts lists, to-do lists, and notes. Organizing and managing information is fundamental to both personal and on-the-job work, and as such, it is one of the most important skill areas students can learn.

Book cost $75

Tuition $175

Hours: 8

CIS-4137

Prerequisite: None

Learn to create and develop worksheets and workbooks to organize, calculate, analyze, revise, update and present data that will help the decision makers in your organization get the information needed to make sound decisions. Bring a thumb drive to class.

Book cost $25

Tuition $75

Hours: 32

CIS-4189

Prerequisite: None

Chrome is Google's contribution to the world of Internet browsers. Explore the many unique features that make Chrome special. Examine why "everything Google" works better with Chrome.

Tuition $15

Hours: 8

CIS-4190

Prerequisite: None

Explore the importance of keeping your information private and safe online. Discover how scams, phishing and what you post online is used to target you. Gain valuable online safety tips and resources to keep you safe.

Tuition $15

Hours: 8

CIS-4191

Prerequisite: None

Perfect your skills. Take a further look into documents, spreadsheets, presentations, forms, sharing, collaboration, and more.

Tuition $35

Hours: 8

CIS-4192

Prerequisite: None

Explore basic and advanced features to master Gmail and Google Calendar. Everything from customizing your inbox and using Labs, to creating and sharing calendars.

Tuition $15

Hours: 3

CIS-4193

Prerequisite: None

Discover expert steps to create and share documents and spreadsheets while exploring the unique collaborative features available with his free web tool.

Tuition $35

Hours: 32

CIS-4194

Prerequisite: None

Tired of sticky notes, file folders, and paper? Digitally organize it all in OneNote. Practice creating notebooks, formatting text, using Send To OneNote Tool and basic editing tools.

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

CIS-4195

Prerequisite: None

Have a new iPad and wondering how to get the most use out of it? Steps and tips from initial setup, to editing/organizing photos, sending emails, downloading movies/apps/music to assist you to become an iPad wizard. Bring your own iPad.

Tuition $25

Hours: 32

CLEET-3334

Prerequisite: None

Unarmed private security guards acquire skills in writing accurate field notes, responding to emergency situations, honing your observation skills, interpreting legal documents, discussing patrolling techniques, public relations, documentation tips, and investigative procedures.

Book cost $25

Tuition $145

Hours: 5

CLEET-3336

Prerequisite: None

Advance your skills in surveillance, investigations, communications and court testimony. A strong emphasis is placed on the importance of developing and maintaining client trust. Study federal and state statutes, contracts and disclosures. 100% attendance is required.

Book cost $10

Tuition $145

Hours: 36

CLEET-3337

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Successfully completed Phase I/II or Phase I/III prior to enrollment, minimum age 21 years, and pass the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI)test. Required training criteria for Armed Security and/or Armed Private Investigator Licensing. Instruction includes weapon nomenclature and inspection, shooting fundamentals, and safety per CLEET standards. Training will include 12 hours of classroom learning and 20 hours of on-range instruction and qualifying exercises. Successful completers will have 100% attendance, score 85% or better on written tests and pass all CLEET qualifications on-range, and pass the CLEET Phase IV testing to be eligible for making application for licensing. You will be required to supply all personal protective equipment, weapon, belt, holster, 3 magazines, and 400-450 rounds of NEW ammunition. No weapons are allowed on campus. Class is held at TCSO Range.

Book cost $10

Tuition $239

Hours: 3

CLEET-3338

Prerequisite: None

Learn effective baton carry and deployment techniques, including proper strike zone identification & exploitation in conjunction with defense strategies commonly utilized with the baton. Liability and relevant case law will also be covered. Expandable baton required. CLEET approved 4 hours CEU.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

CLEET-3339

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Current law enforcement or private security guard. Using the Milo Range realistic simulator training system, officers can sharpen their skills in recognizing potentially dangerous situations, use of force, judgment, and potential threats using realistic scenarios. Save money, no firearms or ammunition needed. CLEET approved 4 hours CEU.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

CLEET-3340

Prerequisite: None

Learn basic handcuffing philosophies and techniques used by law enforcement personnel, such as speed cuffing and partner cuffing/restraint methods typically used in felony take-down situations. You will be exposed to multiple handcuff application and removal techniques. Liability and relevant case law will also be covered. CLEET approved 4 hours CEU.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

CLEET-3341

Prerequisite: CLEET-3337.

Training is specifically identified for the Oklahoma Bail Enforcement and Licensing Act. You will learn about interpreting the Act, legal powers and limitations, responsibilities to clients, and bail enforcement duties.

Book cost $25

Tuition $259

Hours: 3

CLEET-3347

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Current law enforcement or private security guard. An ideal class for Private Security Guards, Law Enforcement, and Bail Bondsmen. Learn the use of force continuum, defensive tactical concepts, liability aspects, and types of sprays. You will be sprayed during class and travel will be restricted for 1 hour after spraying. You need to bring extra clothes to wear that can be disposed of after class. Class is held at TCSO Range.

Tuition $69

Hours: 8

CLEET-3358

Prerequisite: None

Every business, organization or facility should have a plan in place to deal with an Active Shooter Emergency situation. Discuss the identification of potential threats, stages of a disaster, action steps and how to deal with the after-effects of an emergency situation.

Tuition $25

Hours: 8

CLEET-3374

Prerequisite: None

Empower yourself with the Art of Self Defense to improve awareness of potential hazards and dangerous situations. Possess skills for threat assessment, trust your intuition and act with effective survival techniques.

Tuition $35

Hours: 8

CLEET-3377

Prerequisite: None

Humane Emergency Animal Response Team (HEART) works in cooperation with emergency management, local law enforcement, and community organizations to shelter and care for animals displaced by natural and manmade disasters. This informative training (along with a completed background check and a few simple online courses) will credential you to join HEART and is approved for CE credit through CLEET and the Oklahoma State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners. No previous experience of training with animals is required.

Tuition $0

Hours: 8

CLEET-3379

Prerequisite: CLEET-3334, CLEET-3336.

Identify and determine what constitutes a crime. What are the powers that a security officer has to perform in a citizen's arrest? Do you know the difference between a misdemeanor and felony? Learn the dos and don'ts for private security.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

CLEET-3380

Prerequisite: None

Writing reports clearly and concisely to assist in an arrest or conviction takes critical recall, proper grammar and writing skills. Discover how to put together all the necessary information to withstand the test of the courts.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

CMA-3334

Prerequisite: HLTH-3463.

Required skills/experience: Must be 18, have GED, 6 months experience working as a CNA, no abuse notations at the Nurse Aide Registry. Build upon your current CNA skills and learn to administer medications in the long-term care setting safely. Twelve variable clinical hours scheduled within the time scheduled.

Book cost $35

Clinical insurance fee $10

Supply fee $35

Tuition $295

Hours: 8

CMA-3335

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: ODH Form 842, call (800) 695-2157, current CNA, no abuse notations at the Nurse Aide Registry; also bring photo identification to first class. Class DOES NOT count as retraining or CEU. No clinical. Book(s) are additional cost.

Tuition $95

Hours: 3

CMA-3336

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Must provide a copy of current CMA and CNA card; photo ID with signature. Cannot have any abuse notations at the Nurse Aide Registry.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

CMA-3337A

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Must provide a copy of current CMA and CNA card; photo ID with signature. Cannot have any abuse notations at the Nurse Aide Registry.

Clinical insurance fee $10

Tuition $75

Hours: 40

EMS-3335

Prerequisite: None

For professionals renewing their EMT-Intermediate license and registration, NREMT and ODSH EMS require a review of some key topics. Cover all these specific topics, preparing you to renew your license.

Tuition $109

Hours: 3

EMS-3336

Prerequisite: None

Cover the topics you'll use on the job daily and required by NREMT and ODSH EMS for renewal of your EMT-Paramedic license and registration.

Book cost $78

Tuition $145

Hours: 3

EMS-3337

Prerequisite: None

NREMT and OSDH EMS require a review of several areas for renewal of your EMT license and registration. Review areas and meet your license requirements.

Tuition $75

Hours: 3

HLTH-0001

Prerequisite: HLTH-3463.

Required skills/experience: Background check, TB skin Test, flu shot in season, HS Diploma or GED, 18 years old. After successful completion of the class, you will be eligible to take the state Long-Term Care (LTCNA) and HHA certification exam. You provide blood pressure cuff, stethoscope, khaki scrubs, black or white vinyl or leather duty shoes, and watch with second hand.

Tuition $0

Hours: 3

HRCE-3338

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Must provide a copy of current CNA card; photo ID with signature. Prepares the OSDH Certified Long Term Aide for taking the skills-based state exam, qualifying them to work in a home health setting. Must present evidence of certification at the time of enrollment; students certified CNA before March 2012 will need to take part in a separate state exam for certification.

Tuition $75

Hours: 32

HRCE-3339

Prerequisite: FLEX-3433.

Interested in healthcare? Want to attend class on your schedule? This class prepares you for entry level to the "hub" of the hospital which provides critical services in the preparation and distribution of supplies and equipment. Upon completion of the class and prescribed work hours, you are eligible to sit for the Certified Registered Central Service Technician - (CRCST) certification exam which is desirable in many hospitals. Choose any T/W/TH (excluding school holidays), then choose 10A-2P or 3-7P. Some Saturday's are available from 8A-12P.

Book cost $80

Tuition $359

Hours: 15

HRCE-3340

Prerequisite: HLTH-3463.

This mandatory one-hour orientation explains the class structure, time commitment, and clinical associated fees and requirements. Must call 828-5000 to register in advance of class date. Training is focused on blood collection techniques and specimen processing. You enjoy flexibility with the 48 hours blended online and weekly laboratory on-campus practice. Class concludes with 120 daytime clinical hours.

Book cost $70

Clinical insurance fee $10

Drug screening $35

Supply fee $75

Tuition $699

Hours: 32

HRCE-3341

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Knowledge of basic anatomy and medical terminology. An overview of heart anatomy and conduction system, common dysrhythmias, and 12-lead placements. Practice performing 12-lead EKGs and identifying a variety of basic arrhythmias. Book required.

Book cost $75

Tuition $159

Hours: 32

MAT-3335

Prerequisite: Current MAT Certification.

Maintain your certification with this required 8-hour Medication Administration Training (MAT) annual update. You'll get a focused look at infection control, safety and legal issues, and medication administration. Additional topics include medical emergencies, resident care, and documentation. Class is self-paced, instructor supported.

Book cost $20

Tuition $35

Hours: 12

MDAS-3336

Prerequisite: None

Continue developing knowledge in the language of medicine while learning body systems and function that are foundational for medical professionals.

Tuition $259

Hours: 16

MDAS-3337

Prerequisite: MDAS-3338.

Study and gain hands-on experience in the collection of blood specimens, assembly of phlebotomy equipment, proper techniques and testing procedures for blood samples.

Drug screening $75

Tuition $389

Hours: 8

MDAS-3338

Prerequisite: MDAS 3339.

Designed to offer you the skills and knowledge of pharmacology used by medical assistants in a variety of settings. Topics include drug classifications, systems of measurement, conversions, and guidelines for medication administration.

Drug screening $50

Tuition $259

Hours: 36

MDAS-3339

Prerequisite: MDAS-3341.

Continue to hone the skills necessary for excellent patient care in a medical office setting. Building on experiences from the

Drug screening $50

Tuition $329

Hours: 3

MDAS-3340

Prerequisite: MDAS 3341.

Ready to gain expertise in patient care? Delve into a hands-on medical office simulation/lab class while receiving the online learning that prepares you for the clinical back office setting.

Drug screening $50

Tuition $329

Hours: 3

MDAS-3342

Prerequisite: MDAS-3337.

Get ready to apply the skills and information learned in this office based clinical experience! You will work alongside medical assistants, physicians, nurses, and other allied health professionals. Class end date is based on 20 clinical hours per week.

Tuition $519

Hours: 8

MDAS-3345A

Prerequisite: None

Required Skills/Experience: Certified Medical Assistant (CMA); Registered Medical Assistant (RMA). Develop your skills in initiating and maintaining intravenous (IV) access in the office setting as a Medical Assistant. Enroll in both A & B at once; Part A (Theory in FLEX lab) must be successfully completed prior to taking Part B (Lab).

Supply fee $45

Tuition $115

Hours: 12

NRSA-3442

Prerequisite: None

Basic skills/experience: Nurses or Paramedics. Designed to update IV skills with information on peripheral and central lines along with maintenance, common medications, and complications. Hands-on skill practice included.

Clinical insurance fee $10

Drug screening $35

Tuition $149

Hours: 8

PHAR-3405

Prerequisite: None

Pharmacy Technicians facilitate communications between medical professionals and act as an advocate for clients. Designed to prepare you for entrance into retail pharmacy, hospital pharmacies, and clinics. You are eligible to sit for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board Exam (CPhT).

Book cost $135

Drug screening $50

Tuition $525

Hours: 5

PHAR-3409

Prerequisite: None

Designed as a review in preparation for the PTCB (Pharmacy Tech Certification Board) exam.

Book cost $55

Tuition $95

Hours: 40

VISN-3366

Prerequisite: None

Current COA required. Gain confidence and skills! Review content areas of the COT (Certified Ophthalmic Technician) exam so you can successfully prepare for the practical skills section of the exam.

Tuition $59

Hours: 12

VISN-3367

Prerequisite: None

Review the content areas of the COT (Certified Ophthalmic Technician) exam so you can confidently prepare for the written sections of the test.

Book cost $20

Tuition $95

Hours: 30

CNST-3346

Prerequisite: None

Designed to provide hands-on training in most phases of home repair and maintenance, you will learn the proper use of hand and power tools, carpentry basics, drywall, electrical, concrete and other projects as time allows.

Tuition $195

Hours: 9

CNST-3347

Prerequisite: CNST-3346.

Required Skills/Experience: Basic knowledge of hand tools. Take your home repair knowledge to the next level. Subjects covered in this hands-on class include rafters and roofing framing, window and door installation, flooring, tiling, roof shingling, and cabinetry.

Tuition $109

Hours: 3

CNST-3349

Prerequisite: None

Tired of looking at the small dents, cracks or holes in your walls? This hands-on class will prepare you to fix damage to your drywall with instruction in industry-proven techniques and proper material needed to achieve expert results! Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $35

Hours: 6

CNST-3350

Prerequisite: None

Paint has the power to transform the look of your house in less time and with less cash than any other remodeling project. Practice the tips and tricks professional painters use to take the messy and misery out of your next painting project. Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $35

Hours: 30

CNST-3354

Prerequisite: None

Countertops looking a little dated? Remove and replace laminate counters. Make your kitchens, bath and laundry rooms, and bar tops "Pop" with new laminate in this hands-on training. Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $79

Hours: 12

CNST-3355

Prerequisite: None

Want to improve the look of your home's exterior? Have a rental property in need of repair? Learn how to prepare walls, layout vinyl siding and trim on an existing structure in this "How To" class! Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $35

Hours: 4

CNST-3361

Prerequisite: None

Do you want to spruce up your yard or patio and make sitting outside comfortable on a sunny day? Perform basic construction techniques and skills needed to build your own shade structure. Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $129

Hours: 15

CNST-3362

Prerequisite: None

Basic roofing repair skills come in handy especially after strong Oklahoma winds come sweeping across your home. Identify different roof structures. Practice replacing damaged shingles, flashing, and sealing techniques.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

CNST-3363

Prerequisite: None

Laying ceramic tile the right way can be an art. Explore the techniques of proper measuring, estimating, cutting, spacing, and grouting. Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $79

Hours: 3

CNST-3372

Prerequisite: None

Just bought an old house that could use a facelift? Learn to measure, cut and install crown molding, door/window and baseboard trim the right way.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $35

Hours: 24

CNST-3373

Prerequisite: None

Replace that flooring with beautiful new flooring. Want to be able to install the new floor yourself? Learn how to install a variety of flooring materials. Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $79

Hours: 40

CNST-3375

Prerequisite: None

Ceramic tile improves the look and feel of any bathroom. Learn how to measure and layout your tub or shower space properly. Skills emphasized include estimating, cutting, spacing, and grouting techniques. Bring safety glasses.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $79

Hours: 4

CNST-3376

Prerequisite: None

Take the guesswork out of door and window replacement. Everything you need to know to replace and hang a door the right way plus instruction including removal of existing windows, installing new windows and associated trim work! Bring safety glasses.

Tuition $59

Hours: 40

CNST-3377

Prerequisite: None

Discover the basics of window installation from handling, cutting, sealants, measurements, hardware, and safety to installing glass in windows and on surfaces. Explore job estimating tasks with customers to determine project requirements or to provide cost estimates.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $89

Hours: 4

ELTC-3355

Prerequisite: None

Don't be intimidated by minor electrical repairs for your home. With step-by-step instructions on troubleshooting and repair of fixtures, outlets, ceiling fans and more, you will feel confident in no time! Bring safety glasses.

Tuition $35

Hours: 40

ELTC-3356

Prerequisite: None

Photo ID required. Cover new Electric Code Updates as put forth by OK CIB. NFPA 70 NEC 2014 or 2017 Book suggested.

Tuition $79

Hours: 12

ELTC-3359

Prerequisite: None

Ready to get started in the electrical trades? Begin with the basics of safety, tools, and equipment, and then move on to measurements, interpreting schematics, and wiring basics circuits, terminations, switches, and receptacles.

Book cost $75

Supply fee $25

Tuition $325

Hours: 3

ELTC-3360

Prerequisite: ELTC-3359.

Build on your basic electrical knowledge by exploring several electrical lighting installation methods with an emphasis on performing these tasks according to Code rules. Projects will include single pole lighting, 3-way lighting, 4-way lighting, and wiring receptacles and outlets.

Book cost $105

Tuition $325

Hours: 3

ELTC-3361

Prerequisite: ELTC-3360.

Take your electrical installation skills to the next level by practicing wiring and installing a variety of common electrical projects - including ceiling fans, exhaust fans, smoke and motion detectors, dimmers, doorbells, appliance branch circuits, underground installations, NEMA ratings, and types of receptacles.

Tuition $325

Hours: 15

ELTC-3362

Prerequisite: ELTC-3361.

Enhance your electrical skills by stepping into the world of wiring for low voltage systems. This includes jobs such as security and fire alarm systems and communication cabling for data, voice, video, coax, and cat 5 as well.

Book cost $135

Tuition $325

Hours: 32

ELTC-3363

Prerequisite: ELTC-3362.

Investigate the applications of the National Electrical Code to residential wiring. Areas covered include; wiring methods, receptacle placement, lighting, box sizing, branch circuit calculations, equipment grounding, AFCI and GFCI requirements, and wire ampacity calculations.

Tuition $325

Hours: 4

ELTC-3364

Prerequisite: ELTC-3363.

This class introduces students to the various types of service entrance equipment used in electrical residential wiring. It also covers the National Electrical Code requirements for service-entrance load calculations, grounding and bonding.

Tuition $325

Hours: 1

HVAC-3334

Prerequisite: None

Determine the correct capacity of heating and cooling equipment using the ACCA Manual J method, both manually and utilizing a computer. Plus an introduction to psychometrics.

Book cost $95

Tuition $275

Hours: 12

HVAC-3335

Prerequisite: HVAC-3334.

Identify calculations required for residential air distribution and duct sizing using ACCA Manual D. Indoor air quality is also included.

Book cost $75

Tuition $275

Hours: 36

HVAC-3336

Prerequisite: None

Discover fundamental principles and applications of refrigeration. You'll get hands-on experience through lab activities, shop demonstrations, and mechanical mock-up simulations.

Book cost $225

Tuition $395

Hours: 32

HVAC-3338

Prerequisite: None

Discover the effects of voltage, amperage, and resistance on electrical controls, motors, and wiring diagrams. In the lab, you'll practice how to wire components of heating and air conditioning systems. Class includes OSHA-10 Construction Industry Training.

Book cost $225

Supply fee $25

Tuition $395

Hours: 32

HVAC-3339

Prerequisite: HVAC-3335.

Proper installation, service, and repair of residential air conditioning units is the emphasis of this class.

Tuition $275

Hours: 12

HVAC-3340

Prerequisite: HVAC-3335.

Learn how to install, service and repair all types of home heating systems; natural gas, propane, or electrical resistance.

Book cost $225

Tuition $275

Hours: 40

HVAC-3341

Prerequisite: HVAC-3339, HVAC-3340.

Topics covered are design, installation, and maintenance of heat pumps. Hands-on experience troubleshooting wiring problems during lab exercises.

Book cost $225

Tuition $275

Hours: 16

HVAC-3342

Prerequisite: None

Successfully complete the EPA Section 608 Certification of the Federal Clean Air Act for handling regulated refrigerants exam. Content includes Core, Type I, Type II, Type III, and Universal. Upon enrollment, you will receive a preparatory manual, study guide, and access to free online practice exams. Instruction is in English; however exams are available in Spanish. Format is lecture and open discussion with NO hands-on recovery training. Manual and Exam Fee required.

Book cost $30

Tuition $89

Hours: 30

HVAC-3343

Prerequisite: None

Prepare for the Mechanical Journeyman License exam by learning the standards, regulations, and applications of the current code versions. You will also review Math for Plumbers and Pipefitters and the Code of Federal Regulations. Home computer and internet access required.

Book cost $335

Tuition $245

Hours: 1

HVAC-3352

Prerequisite: None

Hands-on class covers different types of low-pressure boilers and chillers using both hot water and steam; includes boiler components, accessories, and specialty tools, both centrifugal and absorption chillers.

Book cost $95

Tuition $195

Hours: 12

HVAC-3353

Prerequisite: HVAC-3352.

In-depth information on proper start-up and shut-down procedures of boiler operations and maintenance is focused on during this class. An overview of boiler components, accessories and tools wrap-up the content.

Book cost $100

Tuition $195

Hours: 90

HVAC-3354

Prerequisite: None

Instructional areas included: operation, service and some repair of larger capacity units typically found in commercial applications; including hermetic and semi-hermetic compressors, reciprocating, scroll and screw compressor applications.

Book cost $225

Tuition $275

Hours: 40

HVAC-3355

Prerequisite: None

Topics included are refrigeration cycle and components of refrigeration systems including metering devices, evaporators, compressors, condensers, accessories, and access valves.

Book cost $225

Tuition $275

Hours: 30

HVAC-3359

Prerequisite: None

This class has been approved by the Construction Industries Board Mechanical Examining Committee for 6 hours of CE credit. Photo ID required.

Tuition $75

Hours: 3

MSRY-3341

Prerequisite: None

Build with your own two hands. Get demonstrations and hands-on practice mixing and spreading mortar, laying bricks, rocks, and cinder blocks to a line and with a level.

Tuition $89

Hours: 42

MSRY-3345

Prerequisite: MSRY-3341.

Cozy up to your hand-built fire pit after mastering the Masonry Fundamentals class.

Tuition $49

Hours: 40

MSRY-3346

Prerequisite: MSRY-3341.

Have the best yard in the neighborhood when you build your own flower bed after mastering the Masonry Fundamentals class.

Tuition $49

Hours: 12

MSRY-3347

Prerequisite: MSRY-3341 Build your own safe and secure mailbox after mastering the Masonry Fundamentals class.

Tuition $49

Hours: 18

PLMB-3344

Prerequisite: None

Designed to provide foundational skills and knowledge for a career in the plumbing profession, this class will prepare you with essential training in important safety measures and math concepts you will use in all phase of the plumbing trade. Class includes OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry training.

Book cost $130

Supply fee $25

Tuition $299

Hours: 3

PLMB-3345

Prerequisite: PLMB-3344.

Discover the appropriate selection, use, and application of fixtures, fittings and valves used in a variety of plumbing applications. You will also learn the correct use of plumbing tools and practice how to properly measure, cut, join, and install pipe and tubing.

Book cost $70

Tuition $475

Hours: 3

PLMB-3346

Prerequisite: PLMB-3345.

Discover important facets of the drain waste and vent system including design, installation, connecting, testing and more; installing roof, floor and area drains will also be covered. You will also learn the functions of the water distribution system and identify proper techniques for locating, installing, and testing complete water service and distribution systems. Other topics of discussion include sewage and sump pumps, corrosive resistant waste, and compressed air.

Book cost $110

Supply fee $10

Tuition $299

Hours: 3

PLMB-3347

Prerequisite: PLMB-3346.

Discover important facets of the drain waste and vent system including design, installation, connecting, testing and more; installing roof, floor and area drains will also be covered. You will also learn the functions of the water distribution system and identify proper techniques for locating, installing, and testing complete water service and distribution systems. Other topics of discussion include sewage and sump pumps, corrosive resistant waster and compressed air.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $299

Hours: 3

PLMB-3348

Prerequisite: PLMB-3347.

Identify how to read and interpret construction drawings and explore additional topics including how to size water supply systems, principles and hazards of backflow, and design, installation and troubleshooting booster and recirculating systems.

Book cost $40

Supply fee $10

Tuition $299

Hours: 8

PLMB-3349

Prerequisite: PLMB-3348.

Gain an understanding of quality practices in service plumbing including diagnosis and repair procedures for the most common services calls. You will also review concepts and practices essential for a competitive, successful plumbing business.

Book cost $25

Tuition $299

Hours: 8

PLMB-3350

Prerequisite: PLMB-3349 or 3 years recent trade experience.

Learn how the codes are written, adopted, modified and implemented. In addition, prepare for the Oklahoma Plumbing Journeyman and Gas exam by learning the standards, regulations, and applications of the current code versions. You will also review Math for Plumbers and Pipefitters and the Code of Federal Regulations.

Book cost $355

Tuition $475

Hours: 8

PLMB-3351

Prerequisite: None

From tough clogs to leaky bowls and tanks, many common toilet problems are easy to fix! Practice repairing the most common toilet issues and also learn to install a new one. Bring safety glasses.

Tuition $35

Hours: 24

PLMB-3352

Prerequisite: None

Plumbing problems got you down? Don't be driven crazy by that dripping leaky faucet. Fix leaks, clogged toilets, clogged drains, and snake a drain like a pro. Bring safety glasses.

Tuition $79

Hours: 4

PLMB-3353

Prerequisite: None

This class is approved by the Construction Industries Board Plumbing Examining Committee for 6 hours of CE credit. Topics will include coverage of the new 2015 Plumbing and Fuel Gas Codes. Photo ID required.

Tuition $75

Hours: 8

WELD-3027

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Must be able to MIG weld. Discover the proper techniques in TIG welding to use your creativity to make home/craft projects. Learn about metallurgy, the basics of TIG welding, running beads and welding a variety of metals. PPE required. Bring safety glasses and welding gloves. Wear long sleeve cotton shirt, long pants and closed toe shoes.

Supply fee $25

Tuition $175

Hours: 40

WELD-3386

Prerequisite: None

Thinking about welding but don't know where to start? Explore tools and equipment along with hands on-training. Identify safety procedures used in today's industry. You will also be orientated to oxy-fuel, plasma arc, and air carbon arc cutting processes as well as proper safety practices. PPE required. Class includes OSHA-10 Construction Industry Training.

Supply fee $25

Tuition $295

Hours: 5

WELD-3399

Prerequisite: None

Making art projects is easy with basic welding skills designed to teach you best safety practices, machine operations, metallurgy, and cutting processes. Discover how to bead, tack, and fillet welds to make sculpture projects.

Supply fee $25

Tuition $175

Hours: 3

WELD-3400

Prerequisite: None

Are you a welding hobbyists needing to brush up on your skills? This class covers safety, oxyfuel, MIG, and cutting. Start/work on a project with instructor approval.

Tuition $295

Hours: 24

CSC-3420

Prerequisite: None

Basic skills/experience: CompTIA A+ certification, equivalent coursework, and/or comparable experience highly recommended. Ready to kick off your network technician career or improve on the networking skills you already have? Prepare for the CompTIA Network+, N10-006 exam as you learn how to maintain, secure, troubleshoot, install, control and configure basic network infrastructure.

Book cost $120

Tuition $295

Hours: 8

CSC-3421

Prerequisite: CSC-3420.

Ready to kick off you network technician career or improve on the networking skills you already have? Prepare for the CompTIA Network+, N10-006 exam as you learn how to maintain, secure, troubleshoot, install, control and configure basic network infrastructure.

Tuition $295

Hours: 8

CSC-3429

Prerequisite: None

Take your CompTIA A+ exams with confidence. Gain skills and knowledge for the 220-901 and 220-902 exams. Acquire hands-on experience working with computers, peripherals and mobile device hardware, networking and troubleshooting, installing and configuring operating systems, security, and cloud computing.

Book cost $120

Tuition $365

Hours: 3

CSC-3430

Prerequisite: None

Take your CompTIA A+ exams with confidence. Gain skills and knowledge for the 220-901 and 220-902 exams. Acquire hands-on experience working with computers, peripherals and mobile device hardware, networking and troubleshooting, installing and configuring operating systems, security, and cloud computing.

Tuition $365

Hours: 3

CSCO-3336

Prerequisite: None

Receive an introduction to the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and other computer networks. The principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations will be introduced to provide a foundation for the curriculum. Build simple LANs, perform basic configurations for routers and switches and implement IP addressing schemes.

Tuition $545

Hours: 5

CSCO-3337

Prerequisite: CSCO-3336.

Gain insight into the architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches in a small network. Configure a router and a switch for basic functionality. By the end of the class, you will be able to configure and troubleshoot routers and switches and resolve common issues with RIPv1, RIPv2, single-area and multi-area OSPF, virtual LANs, and inter-VLAN routing in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks.

Tuition $545

Hours: 36

CSCO-3338

Prerequisite: CSCO-3337.

Learn the architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches in a larger and more complex network. Configure routers and switches for advanced functionality. By the end of this class, you will be able to configure and troubleshoot routers and switches and resolve common issues with OSPF, EIGRP, STP, and VTP in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks. You will also develop the knowledge and skills needed to implement DHCP and DNS operations in a network.

Tuition $545

Hours: 3

CSCO-3339

Prerequisite: CSCO-3338.

Discuss the WAN technologies and network services required by converged applications in a complex network. Understand the selection criteria of network devices and WAN technologies to meet network requirements. You will learn how to configure and troubleshoot network devices and resolve common issues with data link protocols. You will also develop the knowledge and skills needed to implement IPSec and virtual private network (VPN) operations in a complex network.

Tuition $545

Hours: 3

PROG-3336

Prerequisite: None

Begin the journey into web development with foundational skills in the newest standards of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). These two building blocks of the web are core technologies for creating state-of-the-art web pages. HTML provides the content and structure of the page and CSS allows you to style the content with a visual layout specific to a variety of devices.

Tuition $159

Hours: 3

DRFT-3365

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Computer skills, architectural design, drafting or engineering experience. Discover the essential components of Autodesk Revit while learning to create a BIM model. Lab-based course provides you with the information and practice needed to develop your confidence with this powerful design tool. Learn the Revit user interface and screen layout, documentation of the major aspects of a residential project and how to develop your building model.

Book cost $65

Tuition $245

Hours: 12

DRFT-3366

Prerequisite: None

Develop the necessary skills for a career in drafting. Implement drafting theory while practicing the fundamentals of technical drawing. Topics will include traditional drafting tools, multi-view sketching and more

Book cost $45

Tuition $125

Hours: 12

DRFT-3367

Prerequisite: None

Develop the necessary skills for a career in drafting. Implement drafting theory while practicing the fundamentals of technical drawing. Topics will include traditional drafting tools, multi-view sketching and more.

Tuition $195

Hours: 24

DRFT-3368

Prerequisite: DRFT-3367.

Expand your knowledge of the AutoCAD user interface. Develop precision and accuracy as you design a variety of more complex 2D drawings. Designed for users with a basic understanding of the software's most essential tools.

Tuition $195

Hours: 42

DRFT-3369

Prerequisite: DRFT-3368.

Explore the full power of AutoCAD! Discover the concepts and methods of 3D modeling within AutoCAD. Topics covered will include: 3D viewing techniques, modifying objects in 3D space and working with the User Coordinate System.

Tuition $195

Hours: 12

INDT-3001

Prerequisite: None

Advanced exercises using the oscilloscope, DVM, and printed circuit boards. Build skills and confidence operating and troubleshooting AC circuits containing inductors, capacitors, and tuned circuits.

Tuition $245

Hours: 3

INDT-3338

Prerequisite: None

Advanced training with hands-on lab exercises in computer controlled programmable controllers.

Tuition $245

Hours: 30

INDT-3345

Prerequisite: None

This interactive training experience is designed to provide you with an introduction to hydraulic components and their use in hydraulic circuits. Learn to identify and install, specify and select, analyze and design industrial hydraulic systems. You will also work with advanced circuits, pressure regulators, and solenoids, and learn how the components and circuits interact.

Tuition $245

Hours: 3

INDT-3346

Prerequisite: None

Experience a comprehensive grounding in the principles of pneumatics, types of components, and design of typical pneumatic circuits. Learn to construct complex industrial pneumatics circuits efficiently with emphasis on safety, valves, controls, actuators, timers, gauges, manifolds, motors, troubleshooting and more.

Tuition $245

Hours: 3

INDT-3347

Prerequisite: None

Take a close look at how circuits work. Use printed circuit boards to learn basic electrical theory, meter measurements, and troubleshooting techniques.

Tuition $245

Hours: 8

INDT-3348

Prerequisite: None

Install, operate, and troubleshoot motor control circuits, including a switch, relay, and timer circuits. Take your first look at operating and troubleshooting single-phase motors.

Tuition $245

Hours: 8

INDT-3349

Prerequisite: None

Hands-on experience installing, operating and troubleshooting the motor control circuits used with DC and three-phase motors.

Tuition $245

Hours: 8

INDT-3350

Prerequisite: INDT-3349.

Thorough instruction and lab exercises develop refined skills in installation, programming, and troubleshooting Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs).

Tuition $245

Hours: 3

MACH-3345

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Basic computer skills and knowledge of the Cartesian Coordinate System (X,Y,Z). Program CNC toolpaths using the most current version of ESPRIT CAM software. Upgrade skills in 2 and 1/2 axis and 4 axis milling, 3D milling, and 2 axis and 4 axis turning.

Tuition $370

Hours: 40

MACH-3349

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Basic computer skills. Use SolidWorks, the powerful and widely used 3-D mechanical design automation software, to design parts quickly and accurately! Build parametric models of parts and assemblies, as well as create drawings of those parts and assemblies.

Book cost $45

Tuition $295

Hours: 9

MACH-3361

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Basic computer skills. CATIA is the leading product development solution for manufacturing organizations. You will design sketches and develop projects into solid modeling through building assemblies and making prints of models.

Book cost $90

Tuition $995

Hours: 24

MACH-3368

Prerequisite: MACH-3379.

Breakdown the fundamentals of print reading including identifying print symbols, understanding title blocks, interpreting revisions, extracting print dimensions, identifying geometric dimensions, and tolerances. Perform precision measurement techniques using common shop measuring tools such as micrometers and calipers. Book included.

Tuition $295

Hours: 3

MACH-3371

Prerequisite: MACH-3368.

This class introduces the fundamental skills associated with the design, setup, and operation of manual milling machines. Hands-on experience with manual milling machines and practical applications are included. Book included.

Tuition $495

Hours: 3

MACH-3375

Prerequisite: MACH-3368.

Providing you with the foundation of technical skills needed to safely operate and set up CNC Lathes, this hands-on class includes: safety, coordinate grid system, common CNC lathe operations and tooling, tool installation, workpiece holding, tool and work offsets, setting up and running a part, and common G codes used in CNC lathes. Book included.

Tuition $495

Hours: 15

MACH-3376

Prerequisite: MACH-3375.

Acquire the basic skills used in common G-Code CNC Lathe Programming. Acquire hands-on practice in the following: common CNC lathe G-Codes, basic program structure, methods of programming, canned cycles for CNC common lathes, the order of operations, writing a CNC program, and running a part using a program you have written. Book included.

Tuition $495

Hours: 32

MACH-3377

Prerequisite: MACH-3368.

Gain the essential skills needed to safely operate and set up CNC Mills. Theory and applied training include: safety, coordinate grid system, common CNC mill operations and tooling, tool installation, workpiece holding, tool and work offsets, setting up and running a part and common G-Codes used in CNC mills. Books included.

Tuition $495

Hours: 32

MACH-3378

Prerequisite: MACH-3377.

Designed to provide you with the basic skills used in common G-Code CNC Mill Programming. Classroom and lab instruction includes common CNC mill G-Codes, basic program structure, methods of programming, canned cycles for CNC common mills, order of operations, writing a CNC program, and running a part using a program you have written. Book included.

Tuition $495

Hours: 32

MACH-3379

Prerequisite: None

Explore the most essential skills needed to work in a modern machine shop: safety and math. Practice converting fractional math statements to decimal statements, adding and subtracting decimals, solving common math problems such as feed calculations, and learn to pronounce decimal statements as a machinist would say them. Class includes OSHA 10-Hour General Industry training. Book included.

Supply fee $25

Tuition $195

Hours: 3

MACH-3380

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Basic computer skills. Improve your professional skill set by using a leading design and manufacturing software. You are introduced to basic drawing tools, geometry and curves, part features, and more. Knowledge of Feature CAM is useful in today's CNC production environment.

Tuition $295

Hours: 4

MACH-3381

Prerequisite: MACH-3368.

Gain fundamental skills for the setup of modern manual lathes. Topics include lathe and shop safety, maintenance, components, common lathe tooling, terminology, and calculations. Hands-on applications included. Book included.

Tuition $345

Hours: 40

MACH-3382

Prerequisite: MACH-3381.

Take your manual lathe skills to the next level. Instruction covers boring, knurling, taper turning, offset turning and calculations associated with each operation. Project will be included.

Tuition $345

Hours: 12

MACH-3383

Prerequisite: MACH-3382.

Master threading! Basic to complex threading operations including internal and external 60-degree V-threading, general purpose ACME threading, and multiple lead threading are emphasized.

Tuition $345

Hours: 16

MACH-3384

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Basic Computer and working knowledge of SolidWorks. Further enhance your SolidWorks skills by learning new and intricate 3-D editing techniques! Efficiently learn to model complex parts and create detailed drawings in a matter of minutes. Classroom topics will include global variables, linked dimensions, design tables and equations. Book required.

Tuition $295

Hours: 40

MACH-3386

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Strong knowledge of SOLIDWORKS. Distinguish yourself from the competition! Become a Certified SOLIDWORKS user. Designed to include a review of the essential components with practice to better equip your successful achievement of the Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate (CSWA) credential. The successful candidate will have a strong working knowledge of SOLIDWORKS. The final session will be the 3-hour exam.

Tuition $189

Hours: 30

NDT-3335

Prerequisite: None

Liquid Penetrant is one of the most effective tools available to quality assurance personnel. Learn the liquid penetrant testing procedures used throughout the industry including the use of visible dye, fluorescent, and dual-response penetrants, water- washable, post-emulsified, and solvent-removed processing.

Book cost $70

Tuition $295

Hours: 24

WELD-3353

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Previous welding training. Receive 20 hours of welding lab use and expert instruction during your approved and scheduled time to hone your skills. PPE required.

Tuition $145

Hours: 30

WELD-3363

Prerequisite: WELD-3386.

PPE required.

Tuition $295

Hours: 6

WELD-3390

Prerequisite: WELD-3386.

Acquire technical steps of welding safety, gas metal arc welding metal transfer, shielding gasses, and equipment adjustments. Perform multiple pass fillet welds and groove welds on carbon steel plate in all positions. PPE required.

Book cost $25

Tuition $295

Hours: 5

WELD-3391

Prerequisite: WELD-3386.

Produce fillet and groove welds on carbon steel plate in all positions. PPE required.

Book cost $25

Tuition $295

Hours: 36

WELD-3395

Prerequisite: WELD-3386.

Explore the TIG processes for arc characteristics and safety. Weld on mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. PPE required.

Book cost $25

Tuition $295

Hours: 3

WELD-3396

Prerequisite: None

Prepare yourself to take the AWS/CWI Inspector Certification Exam.

Book cost $510

Tuition $595

Hours: 8

WELD-3401

Prerequisite: WELD-3386.

Arc welding, welding safety, power sources, electrode classifications and selection of materials are explored. Skill training in all positions on mild steel material with DC welding current and some AC are included. Selected electrodes will be used to perform surfacing welds, as well as single and multiple pass fillet welds. PPE required.

Book cost $25

Tuition $295

Hours: 12

ECE-3339

Prerequisite: None

Books aren't just for story time anymore! Discover creative ways to incorporate seasonal children's books into various interest centers and throughout all areas of learning and development.

Tuition $35

Hours: 1

ECE-3429

Prerequisite: None

The most common reason for conflict is poor communication. Explore ways to communicate with others and positively handle conflicts among adults and children in the early childhood setting. Techniques shared include the use of assertive language, positive attitudes, and the negotiation process. You will also learn how to encourage the development of strong communication skills in young children.

Tuition $35

Hours: 4

ECE-3444

Prerequisite: None

Comprehend why sensory play is an essential component of early childhood development. Discover ways to include the five senses in everyday activities and provide sensory experiences for young children.

Tuition $35

Hours: 16

ECE-3469

Prerequisite: None

Share information and connect with the families of children with special needs.

Tuition $35

Hours: 12

ECE-3498

Prerequisite: None

What is Autism? Explore ways to provide developmentally appropriate care, and education techniques for working with young children with Autism.

Tuition $35

Hours: 40

ECE-3529

Prerequisite: None

Improve your ability to help care for and educate young children with Autism as you concentrate on learning specific behavior and guidance strategies.

Tuition $35

Hours: 18

ECE-3531

Prerequisite: None

Five little monkeys jumping on the bed and fingerplays, songs, and chants are more than just fun; they are valuable learning activities too! Join in the fun as we learn to help children build language and early literacy skills through rhyme and repetition. Participants need to bring scissors, markers, and a glue stick. 5 hours or .5 CEU's.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

ECE-3532

Prerequisite: None

Learn about early brain development and its impact on future growth and learning. Discover how to support the developing brain through everyday activities and interactions in the early childhood setting.

Tuition $35

Hours: 9

ECE-3534

Prerequisite: None

Do you communicate effectively with your staff? Discover practical ways to communicate and connect with the families of children in your childcare setting.

Tuition $35

Hours: 30

ECE-3535

Prerequisite: None

How do you make meetings and trainings for your staff more fun and meaningful? Discover inexpensive ways to encourage and motivate your employees.

Tuition $35

Hours: 12

ECE-3573

Prerequisite: None

Learn specific visual strategies and communications systems designed to help caregivers support children with Autism.

Tuition $35

Hours: 30

ECE-3797

Prerequisite: None

The arrangement of the physical environment is a vital part of any program. Gather ideas for helping staff use arrangement of space and materials to meet the developmental needs of young children.

Tuition $35

Hours: 6

ECE-3798

Prerequisite: None

Help staff grow in their commitment to your program and the field of early childhood education by encouraging professional attitudes and behaviors. Provide your staff with the knowledge and assistance they need to provide the best possible experiences for children and families.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

ECE-3808

Prerequisite: None

Both female employers and employees dominate the early childhood workforce. Learn about the problems most commonly faced by women as they lead other women, and gather ideas for dealing with universal issues, such as "buddy or boss?"

Tuition $35

Hours: 15

ECE-3813

Prerequisite: None

This is a preparation class for the CDA Credential that focuses on how to establish and maintain a safe, healthy learning environment for children and how to establish positive relationships with families. Promote good health and nutrition, prevent illness, reduce injuries, arrange materials and space, and establish routines in the preschool environment for learning, exploration, and play. The importance of involving families in programs for children is emphasized. 2 clock hours of assigned field experiences.

Book cost $35

Book cost $55

Tuition $109

Hours: 30

ECE-3814

Prerequisite: None

This is a preparation class for the CDA Credential that focuses on how to promote children's self- esteem, independence, and feelings of physical and emotional security. Children's development of social skills, empathy, and respect for others is emphasized. You will learn the relationship between guidance methods and children's individuality, personality, and developmental needs. Prevention of behavior problems and positive guidance techniques are presented. 2 clock hours of assigned field experiences.

Book cost $35

Book cost $55

Tuition $109

Hours: 40

ECE-3815

Prerequisite: None

This is a preparation class for the CDA Credential. Study developmentally appropriate equipment, activities, and methods to promote the physical and cognitive development of children. Learn how to incorporate music, art, literature, writing, and block play into daily activities while encouraging creativity and problem-solving. Language development and communication are also featured. 2 clock hours of assigned field experiences.

Book cost $35

Book cost $55

Tuition $109

Hours: 24

ECE-3816

Prerequisite: None

This is a preparation class for the CDA Credential that focuses on the management of resources, organization strategies, communication, planning, record keeping, ethical practices, and working cooperatively with others. Learn about the importance of participating in professional development and advocacy activities. 2 clock hours of assigned field experiences.

Book cost $35

Book cost $55

Tuition $109

Hours: 4

ECE-3817

Prerequisite: CDA Blocks 1, 2, 3, and 4 or 120 hours of documented early childhood training.

Required Skills/Experience: Basic Computer Skills. This is a preparation class for the CDA Credential. Study the CDA assessment system and review the competency standards of the CDA Credential. As you explore the steps in the completion of the documentation requirements, you will have the opportunity to work components of the Professional Resource File.

Tuition $95

Hours: 1

ECE-3834

Prerequisite: None

Explore the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct while considering how this position statement impacts the actions of both you and your staff.

Tuition $35

Hours: 12

ECE-3883

Prerequisite: None

Learn how to effectively manage your resources as well as those of your child care center. Explore the topics of budgeting, fundraising, collecting fees, delegating responsibilities, dealing with paper piles, and much more.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3890

Prerequisite: None

The guidelines of a developmentally appropriate program will be discussed, and excellence in the administration of an early learning program will be examined.

Tuition $35

Hours: 36

ECE-3922

Prerequisite: None

Young children are naturally energetic, but why are some children highly active? Discover reasons for high activity levels, and what you can do to help guide and support children who consistently exhibit impulsive, distracted behaviors.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

ECE-3955

Prerequisite: None

Children with special needs often display behaviors which appear inappropriate and disruptive. Learn specific strategies to guide children toward more appropriate behavior.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

ECE-3956

Prerequisite: None

Become familiar with factors influencing speech and language development and discover ways to support children with special needs as they develop communication skills.

Tuition $35

Hours: 8

ECE-3957

Prerequisite: None

Children with Sensory Processing Disorder, also known as Sensory Integration Dysfunction (SID), have trouble organizing information coming in through their senses. Explore the characteristics of children with sensory processing issues and examine strategies for assisting these children in the early childhood setting.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

ECE-3967

Prerequisite: None

Young children who display gifts or talents in particular areas benefit from having responsive caregivers who can meet their needs in the child care setting. Discover ways to identify each child's gifts and talents and to individualize curriculum for students in the early childhood setting.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

ECE-3968

Prerequisite: None

Become familiar with ways to include children with special needs in the child care setting. Identify the definition of special needs, learn about guidelines for working with children with disabilities, and gather ideas for making adaptations to curriculum, activities, materials, and equipment.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

ECE-4006

Prerequisite: None

Explore the difference in the learning styles of boys and girls. Learn how to effectively plan and deliver activities that will meet their unique needs.

Tuition $35

Hours: 8

ECE-4007

Prerequisite: None

Become more comfortable in the job of Child Care Center Director by discovering key elements of a center director's job. Identify strategies for making the job more enjoyable while becoming a more effective leader.

Tuition $35

Hours: 8

ECE-4009

Prerequisite: None

Photos are an important addition to any early childhood setting as they can be used to individualize and personalize concepts and activities, make abstract concepts real to children, and support all areas of the curriculum. Join us as we explore many ways to enrich children's learning experiences with photos.

Tuition $35

Hours: 8

ECE-4026

Prerequisite: None

You will be introduced to the concept of "anxiety disorders" and developmentally typical anxiety. Discuss three major anxiety types seen in young children. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Separation Anxiety Disorder (SAD), and Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). Signs and symptoms for each subtype and strategies for helping children will be shared.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

ECE-4027

Prerequisite: None

Art is more than paint and glue. Everyday items can be used in many creative ways. Gather ideas for more than a dozen unique art activities for children ages 3-6 years.

Tuition $19

Hours: 3

ECE-4030

Prerequisite: None

Young children are often seen as "defiant" when they are tired, hungry, or upset. However, there are a growing number of children who exhibit defiant behaviors at other times and more frequently. You will learn the symptoms, causes and classroom strategies for helping young children with Oppositional Defiant Disorder.

Tuition $35

Hours: 40

ECE-4054

Prerequisite: None

Build and support relationships with young children through appropriate uses of technology.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

ECE-4055

Prerequisite: None

Identify different types of age-appropriate technology and apps for young children.

Tuition $35

Hours: 40

ECE-4058

Prerequisite: None

The classroom environment can be a powerful teaching tool. Gather ideas for creating a look and feel for your classroom that promotes learning and positive behavior.

Tuition $35

Hours: 15

ECE-4059

Prerequisite: None

Discover community resources available to children, parents, and teachers within our community and state. Explore ways to network with other childcare providers and share ideas ranging from crafting to group time activities.

Tuition $35

Hours: 12

ECE-4060

Prerequisite: None

Let's talk; language is crucial to the development of young children. Explore ways to create a language enriched the learning environment.

Tuition $35

Hours: 32

ECE-4062

Prerequisite: None

Gain an understanding of the developmental benefits of using music with young children to promote language, literacy, and math skills.

Tuition $35

Hours: 32

ECE-4064

Prerequisite: None

Visual schedules use visual cues to support learning with young children. Discover ways to use visual schedules to reduce behavior challenges and classroom disruptions.

Tuition $35

Hours: 32

ECE-4085

Prerequisite: None

Increase your awareness of services offered for parents and caregivers with special needs children by attending this "On the Road" seminar. Provides information and resources for professionals, parents, and caregivers to assist in navigating the complex healthcare system.

Tuition $0

Hours: 42

ECE-4087

Prerequisite: None

Discover information about newborn and infant crying patterns, inconsolable crying (The Period of PURPLE Crying©), soothing techniques, and strategies to prevent Abusive Head Trauma and Shaken Baby Syndrome.

Tuition $0

Hours: 24

ECE-4098

Prerequisite: None

I'm not ornery; I'm tired. Identify behaviors children exhibit because of lack of sleep. Explore ways to support children and families affected by sleep disorders.

Tuition $35

Hours: 40

ECE-4099

Prerequisite: None

Discover the possibilities through Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Introduce young children to fun and exciting experiments using STEAM driven activities.

Tuition $35

Hours: 12

ECE-4108

Prerequisite: None

Trauma-informed community empowers it's providers, educators, leaders and citizens in recognizing it's symptoms, and behaviors and equips itself with tools to not only deal with trauma but to heal from trauma.

Tuition $0

Hours: 1

EDTR-3334

Prerequisite: None

Required by Oklahoma State Department of Education for all Special Education Paraprofessionals, content focuses on skills and topics important for success as Special Education Paraprofessionals. Book included.

Tuition $132

Hours: 12

EDTR-3338

Prerequisite: None

It's estimated that over 2,000,000 individuals are deaf and use sign language. Practice the alphabet, basic vocabulary, and simple sentences. Focus on fingerspelling, numbers, and colors.

Tuition $75

Hours: 40

EDTR-3339

Prerequisite: None

Continue advancing your sign language skills to bridge the gap, to help improve the quality of life of those affected by hearing loss.

Tuition $75

Hours: 3

EDTR-3340

Prerequisite: None

Interested in homeschooling your child? This seminar lays the foundation for what you need to know according to Oklahoma law for homeschool associations and how to access resources in your community.

Tuition $0

Hours: 90

EDTR-3341

Prerequisite: None

Don't get caught in an emergency situation! Educational training for school personnel on epilepsy and related first aid presented by the Epilepsy Foundation of Oklahoma. Free seizure kit provided.

Tuition $0

Hours: 4

EDTR-3343

Prerequisite: None

Looking for the right opportunity to expand your professional knowledge and skill set? Expand your strategies for supporting behavior management of special need students and occupational updates.

Tuition $45

Hours: 1

EDTR-3600

Prerequisite: None

This two-day conference will cover topics such as Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking, Trauma Informed Care, Local and Federal Case Studies, International Trafficking, Labor Trafficking, Investigation, and Services. It will also cover Faith-Based Community Response, Protocols, and Resources for the Medical Community, Neurobiology of Trauma, Technology, and Trafficking, Guidance for Educators and School Systems.

Tuition $80

Hours: 4

LANG-3338

Prerequisite: None

Bridge the communication gap. Designed to prepare non-Spanish-speaking supervisors and employees to use Spanish to enhance their ability to interact with Spanish-speakers. No prior knowledge of Spanish necessary.

Book cost $30

Tuition $79

Hours: 24

LANG-3339

Prerequisite: None

Learn to say and understand everyday English phrases to express common courtesies and preferences, shop for basic necessities, visit a doctor's office or pharmacy, enroll a child at school, and much more. Aprenda a decir y entender frases cotidianas en ingl‚s para expresar cortes¡as y preferencias comunes, comprar cosas b sicas, visitar un consultorio m‚dico o farmacia, inscribir a un ni¤o en la escuela y mucho m s. Costo del libro: $25 Matr¡cula $85 Horas: 16.

Book cost $25

Tuition $89

Hours: 40

SIM-3335

Prerequisite: None

Engage in this interactive, hands-on workshop for parents and guardians to better understand technology and social media. Take steps to protect your children from online predators.

Tuition $25

Hours: 4

HIS-3398

Prerequisite: HIS-3432.

Gain insight into the theory, structure, and organization of the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) coding system by thoroughly studying the first half of the CPT coding book including evaluation and management, anesthesia, surgery, modifiers and detailed correct coding guidelines and conventions. Acquire the skills to accurately assign CPT codes to health records.

Book cost $180

Tuition $259

Hours: 3

HIS-3399

Prerequisite: HIS-3398.

Continue your study of CPT-4 by finishing the second half of the CPT coding book, completing the following sections: surgery, radiology, pathology/laboratory, medicine, HCPCS and HCPCS modifiers. An emphasis will be placed on the use of modifiers and ICD-9 code linkage for the physician or healthcare provider while "putting it all together" utilizing coding skills.

Tuition $259

Hours: 3

HIS-3403

Prerequisite: None

Excel as an insurance biller by organizing the administrative procedures assigned to professional coders. Delve into the real-life complexities of the reimbursement cycle paying specific attention to insurance terminology, third-party carrier processes, governmental influences on billing, evaluation of EOBs, and the review and appeals process.

Book cost $120

Tuition $259

Hours: 3

HIS-3422

Prerequisite: None

Thoroughly review Medical Terminology, Patient Billing & Medical Insurance, ICD-10-CM and CPT coding by medical specialty, conventions, guidelines and principles, with emphasis on case studies. Proper use of the coding books will be reinforced in preparation to take an outpatient, physician-based certification examination. Two practice exams will be administered on Saturdays; dates will be scheduled by the instructor.

Book cost $95

Tuition $395

Hours: 5

HIS-3425

Prerequisite: None

Whether you're new to medical coding or transitioning from ICD-9-CM to ICD-10, this class will help you understand the relevant medical terminology and anatomy essential for accurate and effective coding with ICD-10-CM. Progress through carefully sequenced medical terminology lessons that will enhance your knowledge of detailed anatomy and prepare you for subsequent coding instruction.

Book cost $65

Tuition $259

Hours: 36

HIS-3426

Prerequisite: HIS-3425.

Continue to prepare for today's coding workforce with a focused delivery of content that will allow you to recognize, recall, and apply your knowledge of medical terminology and anatomy.

Tuition $259

Hours: 3

HIS-3432

Prerequisite: None

Start down the road to success by learning the latest version of the ICD-10-CM code set. Complete coverage of the new ICD-10 code set and guidelines.

Book cost $195

Tuition $259

Hours: 3

HRA-3334

Prerequisite: None

PHR/SPHR Certification Prep course is endorsed by the Tulsa Area Human Resource Association (TAHRA). Designed to provide you with an overview of key areas in human resource management. Materials cover the functional areas, responsibilities, and associated knowledge as defined by the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).

Book cost $460

Tuition $295

Hours: 5

HRA-3335

Prerequisite: None

Is getting your PHR/SPHR certification one of your goals? Do you prefer to study outside of a classroom setting? This three-day crash course allows you to get the key concepts and then allows time to study either on your own or in a group. Great format for someone who does not have the time to commit to three months.

Book cost $460

Tuition $175

Hours: 36

HRA-3336

Prerequisite: None

A quick review to complement the PHR/SPHR Certification Prep course. Take a practice exam similar to the HRCI exam the first night. The following sessions are a detailed discussion of the rationale for the correct answers as defined by hrci.org.

Book cost $290

Tuition $105

Hours: 3

HRA-3337

Prerequisite: None

A quick review to complement the PHR/SPHR Certification Prep course. Take a practice exam similar to the HRCI exam the first night. The following sessions are a detailed discussion of the rationale for the correct answers as defined by HRCI.org.

Book cost $290

Tuition $139

Hours: 3

HLTH-3336

Prerequisite: None

Practice lifesaving CPR skills for the adult, child, and infant using the most current AHA guidelines. Learn to use an AED and relieve choking. (DHS childcare providers see Pediatric CPR & First Aid - HLTH-3411.) Book included.

Tuition $59

Hours: 3

HLTH-3411

Prerequisite: None

This class meets DHS childcare licensing requirements. Designed for all individuals involved in childcare; new parents, guardians and childcare workers. Practice lifesaving skills to rescue infants and children in cardiopulmonary distress, including prevention, first aid and CPR using the most current AHA guidelines. Book included.

Tuition $59

Hours: 3

HLTH-3446

Prerequisite: None

Develop a working knowledge of the language of medicine using word building skills. Relate these terms to body systems and identify proper use of words in the medical environment.

Tuition $245

Hours: 5

HLTH-3447A

Prerequisite: None

The areas studied will be an integration of biology and chemistry and will include organization of the body, cells, and tissues, integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous and endocrine systems. Enjoy the best of in-class instruction and online learning using a uniquely personalized and interactive tool sprinkled with hands-on anatomy dissections.

Book cost $75

Tuition $295

Hours: 36

HLTH-3447B

Prerequisite: None

Continuation of the integration of biology and chemistry with focus on circulatory, lymphatic and immune systems, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. Online learning plus in-class hands-on anatomy dissections.

Tuition $295

Hours: 3

HLTH-3464

Prerequisite: HIPAA, hazard communications, bloodborne pathogens, fire safety, and personal safety are presented as a prerequisite for health programs seeking onsite clinical rotations. [Tuition : $0]

HIPAA, hazard communications, bloodborne pathogens, fire safety, and personal safety are presented as a

Tuition $0

Hours: 3

HLTH-3469

Prerequisite: None

Quality customer service is particularly important in the healthcare setting. You will explore techniques for creating positive internal and external customer service experiences as you practice communication techniques and identify ways to deal with stressful situations.

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

MDAS-3335

Prerequisite: None

Develop a working knowledge of the language of medicine while learning body systems and functions which are foundational for medical professionals.

Book cost $100

Tuition $259

Hours: 8

MDAS-3341

Prerequisite: MDAS-3336.

Required skills/experience: Basic computer skills. Administrative medical assisting skills including medical record management, medical coding, and insurance will be a few topics to get you started on the road to a medical assisting profession. On campus final exam. High School Diploma or GED required to sit for the NCCT Certification Exam.

Book cost $255

Tuition $259

Hours: 8

FOOD-3331

Prerequisite: None

Provides instruction on sanitation procedures in food preparation areas and how to prevent foodborne illnesses. As part of the program requirements, field experience in the workplace must be supervised by a Registered Dietitian (RD) and documented by the student to demonstrate competencies. Required textbook must be purchased online from the Association of Nutrition and Foodservice Professionals (ANFP) before the start of class.

Tuition $525

Hours: 1

FOOD-3332

Prerequisite: None

Covers basic nutrition, body systems, disease, special diets and CMS regulations. As part of the program requirements, field experience in the workplace must be supervised by a Registered Dietitian (RD) and documented by the student to demonstrate competencies. Required textbook must be purchased online from the Association of Nutrition and Foodservice Professionals (ANFP) before the start of class.

Tuition $525

Hours: 5

FOOD-3343

Prerequisite: None

Serving exciting soup can be simple! Guests are seeking bold flavors, and since soup is so familiar, it's the perfect way to try something new. Make and taste several fabulous soup recipes while learning the basic soup-making techniques. Bring a container to take home soup.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 24

FOOD-3364

Prerequisite: None

Have your cake and decorate it too! We'll teach you the fundamentals of decorating. You'll learn the proper use of pastry bags, tips, and frosting. Bring a 6" cake and container.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 42

FOOD-3386

Prerequisite: None

Make pies from scratch. This hands-on class will feature how to make pie dough, different styles of crust, lattice pie crust, and unique takes on classic holiday pies.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 24

FOOD-3417

Prerequisite: None

Get ready for those summer picnics and holiday cookouts with tips and tricks for grilling perfection and recipes that your friends and family will love.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 36

FOOD-3422

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Current industry certification. This class provides 3 hours of review and allocates 2 hours of time for the test. Registration must be made at least 2 weeks prior to the class start date to allow required time to study your book. Enroll in-person and purchase your book/ test answer sheet at the Career Services Center, 3420 S. Memorial Drive. Classes are taught in English; however, the ServSafe test is available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French Canadian, and large print. You must indicate your test language preference at time of enrollment so the appropriate test can be ordered for you.

Book cost $42

Tuition $55

Hours: 8

FOOD-3425

Prerequisite: None

Watching your favorite team is about more than just the game, it is the perfect time to enjoy friends and great food! Make sure your game day spread scores big by learning to create great party food that is sure to be a hit with all of your guests.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

FOOD-3428

Prerequisite: None

This is the perfect time of year to fill your home with the scent of freshly baked bread. Our experienced instructor will show you the steps to baking delicious bread and provide tips for making each loaf a success.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

FOOD-3429

Prerequisite: None

Join us for this fun and interactive class that will provide you with ideas for simple treats that can be served at holiday gatherings or given as gifts. You will have the opportunity to participate in making several recipes that are sure to be a hit! 3 hours.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 4

FOOD-3431

Prerequisite: None

A delicious bowl of homemade soup is just what is needed during the cold winter months. Make and taste several fabulous soup recipes while learning basic soup-making techniques. Bring a container to take home soup.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

FOOD-3432

Prerequisite: None

Gather ideas for fresh and great tasting main dishes that your family will enjoy. Recipes shared will be quick and simple; perfect for the end of a busy day.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

FOOD-3434

Prerequisite: None

Master herb and spice basics. The food will taste better, smell better, and impress your friends. Discover basic herb and spice combinations to enhance your dishes.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 4

FOOD-3435

Prerequisite: None

Surprise that special person in your life with decadent chocolate desserts and treats including truffles, chocolate mousse, and even cheesecake. Our chef will prepare you to satisfy all those chocolate cravings!

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

FOOD-3440

Prerequisite: None

Join in the fun as you learn how to create your own signature BBQ sauce and gather ideas for turning cookout standards into standout specialties.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 8

FOOD-3441

Prerequisite: None

Italian meals can be simple to prepare and delicious to eat! Gather recipe ideas that are convenient for everyday meals and learn how quality ingredients can spruce up common Italian dishes.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 8

FOOD-3442

Prerequisite: None

Pies aren't just for the winter holidays; summertime is the perfect time to enjoy delicious fruit pies, and cold cream pies like grandma used to make. Nothing says summer like a refreshing piece of lemon meringue pie or a slice of tangy key lime. We will learn to make three different pies using three kinds of crust. Bring a rolling pin and get ready to have some fun!

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 1

FOOD-3443

Prerequisite: None

Impress your family and friends with your trifle making skills. Make three individual-sized triple layer desserts perfect for the summer season! Desserts will include favorites such as, a banana pudding, strawberry cream, and chocolate brownie mousse trifle that is beautiful as well as delicious.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 1

FOOD-3446

Prerequisite: None

Did you know that making the appropriate cuts can help you get the most out of your ingredients? Practice knife skills that will assist with the presentation and quality of your dishes. Bring a chef's knife and a paring knife.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 8

FOOD-3448

Prerequisite: None

ServSafe, a national certification, meets requirements of the Tulsa Health Department. Registration must be made at least 2 weeks prior to the class start date to allow required time to study your book. Enroll in-person and purchase your book/ test answer sheet at the Career Services Center, 3420 S. Memorial Drive. Classes are taught in English; however, the ServSafe test is available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French Canadian, and large print. You must indicate your test language preference at time of enrollment so the appropriate test can be ordered for you.

Book cost $33

Book cost $42

Tuition $65

Hours: 3

FOOD-3452

Prerequisite: None

Just like grandma used to make, create fresh traditional jams and jellies to spread all year.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

FOOD-3453

Prerequisite: None

Pickles, relish, and chutney is easy to make and will add extra flavor to your meals. You got the basics, now let's get canning!

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 15

FOOD-3454

Prerequisite: None

Experience the down-home comfort of decadent Southern pies. Join in the fun as you learn how to make some of the best southern pies you will ever taste.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 32

FOOD-3455

Prerequisite: None

Want to learn how to safely can? Take heart; it's not as hard as you think! Come get an introduction to the equipment and procedures, while learning the proper steps to can at home.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 4

FOOD-3456

Prerequisite: None

Come learn the wonderful spice filled world of Indian cuisine. Covering the basics of a good curry, use of spices, and even vegetarian food that the whole family will love.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 32

FOOD-3457

Prerequisite: None

Stretching from the south of Portugal to the coast of Israel, the foods of the Mediterranean are filled with simple yet flavorful dishes that reflect the sunny nature of the region.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 32

FOOD-3458

Prerequisite: None

Explore the mosaic of colors and flavors that Mexican has to offer. Come learn to prepare basic Tex Mex favorites along with traditional options that everyone will love.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 40

FOOD-3460

Prerequisite: None

Join us in preparing some great and simple German classics, from a great potato pancake to a great pork schnitzel. Come discover the food world of Octoberfest.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 4

FOOD-3461

Prerequisite: None

Explore the bright and sunny foods of the islands. Learn to use the spices, fruits, and heat that make the cuisine of the Caribbean feel like summer all year long.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 12

FOOD-3462

Prerequisite: None

Soufflés and crepes are just a few of the elegant French pastries you will discover how to make in this hands-on class.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $35

Hours: 16

FOOD-3463

Prerequisite: None

Work with one of the most decadent ingredients in the pastry kitchen. Chocolate truffles and chocolate dipped marbled strawberries are just a few of the delicious chocolate confections you will create in this hands-on class.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 12

FOOD-3465

Prerequisite: None

Acquire the art of candy making. Brittles and marshmallows from scratch are just a few of the mouthwatering handmade candies that you will create in this hands-on class.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 40

FOOD-3466

Prerequisite: None

Discover how to make pies from scratch. This hands-on class features how to make the perfect pie dough, different styles of crust, lattice pie crust, fruit-filled pies and other fun types of pies.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 30

FOOD-3467

Prerequisite: None

Start your day out right with handmade breakfast pastries. This hands-on class will feature cinnamon rolls, coffee cake, and other breakfast pastries.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 12

FOOD-3468

Prerequisite: None

The incredible edible egg has many wonderful uses and preparations. Learn the basics of how to fold the perfect omelet, bake a great frittata, and build a flavorful quiche.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 40

FOOD-3469

Prerequisite: None

Just say the word "cheesecake" to anyone and watch their eyes light up! Velvety smooth with endless flavor, crust, and sauce options make it a favorite for any occasion. Come join the fun as we learn to make cheesecake you will love.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 40

FOOD-3470

Prerequisite: None

What's more comforting than the aroma of homemade bread filling the house? Though quite simple in its composition, bread making does require practice, finesse, and patience. With a solid understanding of bakeshop ingredients, mixing methods, and yeast fermentation, making bread at home can be enjoyed by all.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 40

FOOD-3471

Prerequisite: None

Imagine a warm, soft, made-from-scratch chocolate chip cookie right out of the oven. A great cookie starts with a little understanding of baking basics and how a few simple ingredients work together in the baking process to achieve that wonderful creation we call a cookie.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 40

FOOD-3474

Prerequisite: None

In addition to making fresh cheeses, learn how to create cheese tray presentations and fun accompaniments such as homemade crackers and chutney to go with your favorite cheeses.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 12

FOOD-3475

Prerequisite: None

Discover how to make unique gifts from the kitchen. Featuring homemade candy, cookies and other treats that are perfect for thoughtful gifts this Holiday.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 18

FOOD-3476

Prerequisite: None

This hands-on class will cover savory pastries such as quiche, empanadas, and other treats from scratch.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

FOOD-3477

Prerequisite: None

Ever wonder what to make with all the vegetables of the winter/fall harvest? Join us as we learn how to turn these most popular vegetables into delicious new creations.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $35

Hours: 1

FOOD-3479

Prerequisite: None

High heat, fast, fun, healthy, affordable are all words to describe wok cooking. It's great for one person or a large family and cleanup is a snap! With a few basic skills, it's easy to create your own wok recipes at home!

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 15

FOOD-3480

Prerequisite: None

Ever sharpened a knife on the bottom of a plate? Or pushed an avocado half thru an icing rack? Chefs work in commercial kitchens around the country and pick up tips and secrets along the way. Come learn some tricks of the trade that will make cooking at home even more enjoyable.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

FOOD-3482

Prerequisite: None

Explore the mosaic of colors and flavors that Mexican cooking has to offer. Come learn to prepare basic Tex-Mex favorites along with traditional options that everyone will love.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

FOOD-3483

Prerequisite: None

Create your very own French experience. From the lavender fields of Provence to the rolling landscape of the Burgundy region. Experience all the wonderful tastes and flavors that make French cuisine second to none.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 90

FOOD-3485

Prerequisite: None

Prepare refreshing lemon desserts that are perfect for a warm summer day. Lemon meringue tartlets, lemon raspberry cake, and homemade lemonade are just a few of the tangy lemon treats you will make in this hands-on class.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

FOOD-3487

Prerequisite: None

Come explore the sunny and simple style of traditional Greek cuisine with a focus on fresh and cool cooking. From a great salad to a refreshing yogurt dip, Greek cuisine has something for everyone.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 9

FOOD-3488

Prerequisite: None

Taste the flavors of Asia's oldest civilization. From the favorites of big city Beijing to sweet treats on the southern mountains. Learn what makes the culinary traditions of China so wonderfully simple and delicious.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 30

FOOD-3490

Prerequisite: None

Grow your own herbs indoors or outdoors; save money and enhance your dishes! Herb preparation and storage options to increase freshness are explained.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 6

FOOD-3491

Prerequisite: None

Calling all chiliheads. Let's get cookin! Master the techniques to cook up a spicy chili and make some savory variations. A steaming pot of chili will make your house the place to be on those cold wintry days.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 30

FOOD-3492

Prerequisite: None

Do you know a child that wants to bake? Learn to make and decorate homemade cupcakes together. You may get a little dirty, but it will be fun. Designed for one child 10 years and older with one adult.

Tuition $25

Hours: 12

FOOD-3493

Prerequisite: None

Come explore some highlights of the wonderful, exotic, and flavorful world of the cuisine of northern Thailand.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 40

FOOD-3494

Prerequisite: None

Are you wanting some new ideas for a Tailgate Party or fun get together? Three new and refreshing food ideas will be created in this fun and interactive class.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 24

FOOD-3495

Prerequisite: None

Have your cake and decorate it, too! Discover how to work with fondant, royal icing and create gum paste flowers. Bring a 6" cake and container.

Supply fee $25

Tuition $35

Hours: 1

FOOD-3496

Prerequisite: None

Discover the basics of sushi making in a fun and relaxed environment. Take advantage of working with top-notch ingredients and practicing your sushi rolls and nigiri. You'll be ready to host your own sushi party in no time!

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 4

FOOD-3497

Prerequisite: None

A good bowl of homemade soup can warm both body and soul. Learn techniques and tips to take your soups to the next level so that you can create your own delicious recipes. Put a modern spin on some classics to reduce fat and sodium without reducing flavor.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 12

FOOD-3500

Prerequisite: None

Using fresh ingredients, learn how to make pico de gallo, salsa verde, chimichurri and other traditional salsas to enjoy with your favorite South of the border meals.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 1

FOOD-3502

Prerequisite: None

Cooking for one can be hard when most recipes are for multiple people. Ditch the leftovers and take home recipes for single servings.

Supply fee $15

Tuition $35

Hours: 1

FOOD-3504

Prerequisite: None

The Keto Gathering is a conference for all current and prospective Keto way of lifers. It will inspire with some local Keto success stories, a guest speaker and Keto knowledge.

Tuition $0

Hours: 14

HORT-3361

Prerequisite: None

Does floral design peak your interest? Do you wonder how symmetrical, one-sided, and vase arrangements are designed? Explore the basics of these design techniques. You supply own hand tools.

Supply fee $50

Tuition $99

Hours: 5

HORT-3362

Prerequisite: HORT-3361.

Building on the basics, take your floral design to the next level with advanced techniques of arranging flowers and greenery in attractive color placements and good symmetry. You supply own hand tools.

Supply fee $65

Tuition $99

Hours: 36

HORT-3379

Prerequisite: None

Wasting money every year planting? Plan, design and learn steps to properly install your own landscape layout. Sun exposure, soil materials, and care of various plants are highlighted.

Tuition $65

Hours: 3

HORT-3380

Prerequisite: None

Get ready for Spring! Explore how to select the right species for your specific landscape while learning about top performing trees and shrubs. Discover techniques for planting that will increase your chances of success.

Tuition $19

Hours: 3

HORT-3382

Prerequisite: None

What should you plant to have beautiful landscaping? Perennials, annuals or both? Through lecture and demonstration, discover popular varieties of each and tips for planting and maintenance.

Tuition $19

Hours: 3

HORT-3383

Prerequisite: None

Discover growing and gardening tips you need to be bountifully successful. Planting and maintaining becomes a breeze. Timing your crop instillation made easy.

Tuition $19

Hours: 3

HORT-3384

Prerequisite: None

Enhance your landscape and be the envy of your neighbors! Plan and grow your own native grasses and shrubs in your yard, containers and much more.

Tuition $19

Hours: 3

HORT-3385

Prerequisite: None

Discover a wide variety of container gardening options as you discuss successful container plants and design considerations. You will plant your own container to take home. Bring your gardening gloves.

Supply fee $10

Tuition $19

Hours: 8

INS-4072

Prerequisite: None

Instructor-led lessons designed to increase comprehension and accelerate understanding of the Study Manual. Instructor reviews and explains topics often giving real-world examples to further enhance your comprehension of the material. You'll get immediate answers to your questions and receive valuable test-preparation and test taking tips from seasoned instructors who are licensed producers.

Tuition $195

Hours: 8

INS-4073

Prerequisite: None

Instructor-led lessons designed to increase comprehension and accelerate understanding of the Study Manual. Instructor reviews and explains topics often giving real-world examples to further enhance your comprehension of the material. You'll get immediate answers to your questions and receive valuable test-preparation and test-taking tips from seasoned instructors who are licensed producers.

Tuition $195

Hours: 8

INS-4106

Prerequisite: None

Explore answers to the question 'what is ethics?' Understand virtues and how they integrate with ethics. Become familiar with the steps in the communication cycle and better understand barriers that can break down that cycle. Recognize that possessing the greatest ethical foundation and amazing communication skills are not truly effective unless they combine to produce ethical communication. Approved for Ethics OID#1013517

Tuition $25

Hours: 5

INS-4134

Prerequisite: None

Inform participants of issues that are facing the insurance industry in order to be more aware of them as well as to anticipate how these issues may impact their own practices.

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

INS-4135

Prerequisite: None

Recognize what the OK LTC Partnership program is and how it benefits consumers. Discover the depth of LTC services and the array of settings services that can be delivered.

Tuition $65

Hours: 8

INS-4136

Prerequisite: None

Gain understanding of Long Term Care, including income-tax related LTC issues and the roles Medicare and Medicaid play in funding LTC services. Identify regulatory requirements and ethical obligations of LTC.

Tuition $35

Hours: 3

INS-4137

Prerequisite: None

Update your knowledge and understanding of current Oklahoma's earthquake insurance regulations.

Tuition $15

Hours: 36

INS-4138

Prerequisite: None

Explore the three primary aspects related to insurance claims.

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

INS-4140

Prerequisite: None

Gain an understanding of current trends in national insurance legislation.

Tuition $20

Hours: 3

INS-4141

Prerequisite: None

Review ethics through a historical approach to making ethical decisions, how they influence ethics decisions today, and practical application of these points when facing ethical situations.

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

INS-4142

Prerequisite: None

Discover successful fundamentals of the insurance business, its successful self-oversight, and safety provisions for the insurance consumer.

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

INS-4143

Prerequisite: None

Identify the 2017 Legislative Insurance Updates.

Tuition $20

Hours: 3

INS-4144

Prerequisite: None

Reviews common practical provisions as well as several "real world" cases for critical analysis plus areas in the Insurance Code often not fully understood.

Tuition $35

Hours: 8

INS-4146

Prerequisite: None

In keeping with the OID's required credits for legislative update, instruction provides two hours of legislative updates on new legislation passed in the current year and a brief review of highlighted legislation passed in the previous year.

Tuition $20

Hours: 15

INS-4147

Prerequisite: None

Focuses on issues that are currently facing the insurance industry and address a variety of hot topic issues.

Tuition $25

Hours: 32

INS-4148

Prerequisite: None

Review foundational principles underlying proper ethical behavior. Explore scenarios of ethical violations for class evaluation.

Tuition $25

Hours: 32

INS-4149

Prerequisite: None

Explore the primary aspects related to insurance claims.

Tuition $25

Hours: 32

INS-4150

Prerequisite: None

Update your knowledge and understanding of current Oklahoma's earthquake insurance regulations.

Tuition $15

Hours: 40

LRA-3517

Prerequisite: None

Optimize your fishing skills and increase your catch rate year round. Learn from crappie pros and guides familiar with local fishing waters as they demonstrate their newest and proven techniques. Join us for an exceptionally good time.

Hours: 3

LRA-3521

Prerequisite: None

Don't let skipping chains and flat tires get in the way of you and the road! This hands-on class will cover bike tune-up and maintenance which includes tire and tube replacement, chain maintenance, brake adjustment and simple derailleur adjustment. Bring your bicycle.

Tuition $45

Hours: 3

TXDM-3333

Prerequisite: None

Interested in starting a new hobby or pursuing a career in taxidermy? Develop a working knowledge of the principles with an introduction to bird, big game, shoulder mounts, and life-size and pedestal mammal mounts. Demonstrations with birds, big game, and exposure to novelty taxidermy. Gain hands-on experience in skinning birds, deer, and waterfowl. Bring your own legally obtained pheasant or purchase one from us as part of the supply fee.

Book cost $30

Tuition $145

Hours: 5

TXDM-3336

Prerequisite: TXDM-3333.

Continue to build on your intermediate taxidermy skills as you gain experience in the use of tools, materials, and techniques in the preparation of big game mounts. You will learn what materials are needed for big game (deer size) taxidermy, and gain knowledge of specific mounting techniques, big game reference material, habitat references, tanning techniques, displaying technique, and finishing touches that lend to artistic realistic mounts by addressing anatomy.

Book cost $82

Tuition $245

Hours: 36

TXDM-3338

Prerequisite: TXDM-3333.

Life-Size Taxidermy is designed to give you hands-on experience in mounting small mammals for a new hobby or pursuing a career in taxidermy. You will mount a life-size fox squirrel, enriching the working knowledge of taxidermy principles that can be used to prepare all life size mammals.

Book cost $50

Tuition $245

Hours: 3

TXDM-3339

Prerequisite: TXDM-3333.

Gain experience in the use of tools, materials, and techniques in the preparation of bird mounts. Learn materials needed for bird anatomy, knowledge of specific mounting techniques, bird reference materials, habitat references, preserving and displaying techniques, and finishing touches that lend to realistic mounts in authentic habitats. Bring your own legally obtained pheasant. Supply purchases required.

Book cost $67

Supply fee $30

Tuition $245

Hours: 3

MCPP-3355

Prerequisite: None

Get started today and build your knowledge of maintenance service and tune-up skills; including valve clearance adjustments and carburetor synchronization. Tools supplied, you are responsible for parts.

Tuition $195

Hours: 36

MCPP-3364

Prerequisite: None

Classroom and on-cycle instruction under controlled range conditions using Motorcycle Training Safety Center motorcycles. MSF (Motorcycle Safety Foundation) accredited course. Practice the skills of effective motorcycle operation, braking, obstacle avoidance, and strategies for critical conditions, protective gear, types of motorcycles, inspection, and care. Successful completers of both riding and written tests receive an insurance discount, plus a waiver of the riding and driving portion of the Oklahoma DMV test. You provide own personal protective equipment: long sleeves, long-legged pants, over the ankle closed-toe shoes, helmet, eye protection (sunglasses, goggles, safety glasses, or reading glasses), and gloves.

Tuition $225

Hours: 5

MCPP-3367

Prerequisite: None

Tired of dealing with mowers that don't mow? Perform basic repairs and routine maintenance, while learning in this project centered course. Apply essential mechanical principles and techniques to lawn mowers, weed trimmers and much more. Projects allowed with instructor approval.

Tuition $175

Hours: 3

MRKT-3356

Prerequisite: None

What is your promotional image? Do you use social media to market your business? Have you developed a marketing game plan? Discover how multi-level marketing, tracking and evaluating your efforts can grow your business.

Tuition $25

Hours: 5

MRKT-3357

Prerequisite: None

Discover how to use In-design to market yourself and your business in this quick and easy format. Bring an idea and create a project to help grow your business.

Tuition $39

Hours: 36

MRKT-3358

Prerequisite: None

Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter Oh My! Where to start in choosing your social media platforms, how to manage and develop a social media marketing plan will be discussed to help you and your small business succeed.

Tuition $25

Hours: 3

NRSA-3434

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Must be a recent graduate of a Practical Nursing Program before the start date of this class. Designed to prepare graduate Practical Nursing students to successfully complete the NCLEX-PN Examination. You will review nursing skills and knowledge related to all major content areas. Test-taking skills will also be discussed.

Tuition $95

Hours: 5

SAFE-3347

Prerequisite: None

Required skill/experience: 40 hour HAZWOPER certification. You will review OSHA CFR 1910.120, EPA CFR 40.311, and RCRA requirements needed for the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response. Book included.

Tuition $95

Hours: 5

SAFE-3363

Prerequisite: None

Designed to provide you with the requirements needed for certification that is in compliance with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120, EPA CFR 40.311, and RCRA requirements for the 40-hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response training. You will be given instruction to recognize potential hazards associated with chemical spill response. Books included.

Book cost $50

Tuition $345

Hours: 36

SAFE-3432

Prerequisite: None

Designed to help workers stay up-to-date with safety requirements in the construction industry. Recognition, avoidance, and prevention of safety and health hazards are emphasized. Provides information regarding workers rights and employer responsibilities. OSHA 10 Card issued upon completion.

Tuition $99

Hours: 3

SAFE-3433

Prerequisite: None

Specifically designed safety instruction for general workers, warehousing, manufacturing employees, and job supervisors involved in general industry activities. OSHA 10 card issued upon completion.

Tuition $99

Hours: 3

SPMD-3301

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Basic computer skills. Prepare for the ACE Personal Trainer Certification to become an effective personal trainer. Understand the ACE Integrated Fitness Training Model for designing individualized programs based on each client's unique health and fitness goals. You will help clients to improve posture, movement, flexibility, core function, cardiorespiratory fitness, and muscular endurance and strength.

Book cost $140

Tuition $259

Hours: 5

WELL-3334

Prerequisite: None

Be more confident with your caregiver skills. Designed for those with limited medical backgrounds who care for relatives in their home. Includes effects of Alzheimer's Disease and communication/care for clients with dementia.

Tuition $19

Hours: 36

WELL-3337

Prerequisite: None

Have you heard the buzz about the value of aromatherapy? Introduction will focus on alternatives to some traditional medicines, the creation of natural cleaners, and the use of essential oils.

Tuition $19

Hours: 3

WELL-3340

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Must be at least 11 years old to attend. Young entrepreneurs considering summer child care will gain adequate preparation in child care, safety, and potential household emergencies in this engaging interactive class. You need to bring a sack lunch.

Book cost $25

Tuition $49

Hours: 3

WELL-3342

Prerequisite: None

Take charge of your health and the health of important people in your life through awareness, prevention and management strategies. This free come-and-go event offers a variety of health information and resources, including informational presentations on diabetes, seizures, and Alzheimer's disease. One-hour sessions are repeated throughout the morning.

Tuition $0

Hours: 3