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Industry courses are scheduled by request. For additional information, contact the Center for Community and Economic Development at (618) 634-3231.


IND 049 BASIC MATHEMATICS FOR INDUSTRY

A review of fractions, simple equations, measurements and formulas for solving practical problems.


IND 101 INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL MAINTENANCE MODULE A

Individuals will be able to describe components which make up the Distributive control System. Component descriptions and functions such as WEStation Drop, LED indicator and display, distributive processing unit and Westnet II Data Highway will also be covered. Discussion of the use of ICONS and System Status Display.


IND 102 INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL MAINTENANCE MODULE B

Ability to describe the configuration of all cards contained with the WEStation drop, including jumper and switch positions and the use of SHC status code display on a WEStation. Functions of the DPU, utilization and operation.


IND 103 INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL MAINTENANCE MODULE C

Input/output circuits of hardware addressing/understanding functions of a DPU and record types. Also input/output circuits of Q-Line cards. Field wiring and the control panel interpreting information in the following DCS drawings and documents.


IND 104 QUALITY CONT ASME DYE PENETRANT CERTIFICATE

Formal training program which will familiarize students with the fundamental theory, operating procedures and practical applications involved with Liquid Penetrant Inspection.


IND 105 QUALITY CONTORL "R" STAMP TRAINING

Contents will cover material control, process control, welding control, non-conformance reports and hydrostatic testing.


IND 106 QUALITY CONTROL ASME VISUAL TESTING CERTIFICATE

Individuals will be able to describe various weld joints, understand terminology, welding processes and methods. Identify welding and testing symbols, use of inspection and measuring tolls, interpret ASME codes and acceptable criteria. Individuals will participate in OJT and be eligible for certification.


IND 107 ADVANCED OPERATOR TRAINING/ CONTROLLING BOILER LOSS

Operators and supervisors will review the effects of boiler efficiency and controllable losses.


IND 108 ADVANCED OPERATING TRAINING/TURBINE EFFICIENCY

Review of condenser performance and terminal temperature difference to control turbine cycle losses.


IND 109 OPERATOR TRAINING/PROTECTIVE RELAYS

Describe the purpose of various relays and the sequence of events that cause these relays to operate. Knowledge of normal and abnormal distribution grid conditions.


IND 110 OPERATOR TRAINING/OIL CIRCUIT BREAKERS

Identification of oil circuit breakers with general descriptions and sources of power feeds to OCB controls. Ability to trouble shoot a loss indication or controls by using prints available.


IND 111 OPERATOR TRAINING/TURBINE START UP

Become familiar with recommended process of starting a turbine generator. Use of G.E. starting and loading charts to bring up units. Routing problems, steam temperatures and turbine temperatures are also reviewed. Successful startups and fewer occurences of vibration and other interruptions when getting a unit back on line.


IND 112 OPERATOR TRAINING/PRINT READING

Identification of symbols, ability to draw and read schematics and diagrams using proper symbols. Knowledge of different types of control systems. Discuss operation of magnetic relay.


IND 113 ADVANCED OPERATOR TRAINING/BOILER EFFICIENCY

Understand the effects of boiler efficiency so plant efficiency can be increased.


IND 114 PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS

Individuals will cover programmable logic controllers (PLC-5 systems) in the areas of determining rack, group and slot number for I/O modules, describe interconnections made to the processor data highway, describe indications and the input/output wiring associated with each I/O module. Interpret information found on map and schematic diagram and describe PLC-5 ladder logic. Complete performance of system configuration, installing I/O modules, ICOM software start up, locate and force points of ladder logic and trouble shooting.


IND 115 TRANSORATION CERTIFICATE/LICENSE RENEWAL

Review of principles and techniques in preparation for certification or licensure examinations in the transportation field.


IND 116 DATA ENTRY FOR INDUSTRY

Data entry teaches students the basic knowledge and skills needed to enter the field of data processing as a beginning data entry operator. Students build keying speed and accuracy. Hands-on experience is received with laboratory simulations of business activities. Statistics for keystrokes per minute and accuracy level will be computed and validated for the student at the end of the course.


IND 117 TELEPHOHNE COMMUNICATION FOR INDUSTRY

The Telephone Communication course has a dual focus on technology and personal communication skills. This course is designed to benefit everyone who comes in contact with customers/clients/associates on the telephone. The student/employee learns how vital they are in promoting a good company image, how to make customers feel important and how to increase sales. Telephone, telecommunications systems, equipment and technology are discussed. Students listen to dialogues, analyze and apply problem-solving skills to real-world situations.


IND 118 TEAM BUILDING I

To provide background information and offer the opportunity to practice and integrate information through case analysis role playing and discussion. Attention will be on behavior and discussion of problem areas for group analysis and problem solving. Possible topics to be addressed will be behavior, effective leadership, increasing work effectiveness, building relationships, planning and implementing, job conflicts, understanding change and job stress.


IND 120 PRINCIPLES OF LEADERSHIP I

This course is expected to help managers understand leadership behavior, how to be a visionary, pace setter and a person who takes initiative. Managers will also understand goal setting, developing a purpose statement and relating it to the company's mission and also understanding how to get workers accountable for actions.


IND 121 PRINCIPLES OF LEADERSHIP II

This course is expected to help managers set meaningful result-oriented expectations, give tactful objective feedback to strengthen worker performance, understand steps to address a company change and develop methods to provide ways and means to continually improve productivity.


IND 123 APPLIED COMMUNICATIONS FOR INDUSTRY

Application of oral, written and non-verbal communication skills to enhance on-the-job effectiveness. Includes techniques for communicating clearly, developing good listening skills and organizing and delivering effective presentations.


IND 124 SPECIAL TOPICS: EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE

This course will provide emergency medical personnel with update information on contemporary issues related to the healthcare field utilizing case studies.


IND 126 FUNDAMENTAL DC ELECTRIC CONCEPT FOR INDUSTRY

A study of the relationship between current, voltage, resistance and power for direct current circuits. Topics included are: use of power sources and meters, component symbols and abbreviations, the electronic VOM, sources of electricity, the electronic power supply, switches and switching circuits.


IND 128 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR INDUSTRY

This course is designed for persons interested in any of the sciences including engineering, pre-medical and pre-dental majors. Emphasis is on quantitative measurement of chemical composition, the structure of matter, the relationship between the periodic table and properties of elements and the nature of chemical bonds. Laboratory experiments are designed to give the student experience in handling many of the analytical tools used in industry today.


IND 129 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER ASSISED DRAFTING

Principles of drafting using computer work stations, state of the art software and plotters/printers. This is a hands-on course to train the novice workstation user on the features and capabilities of CAD systems.


IND 131 LANDSCAPING FOR INDUSTRY

This course is designed to help an individual or small business design a plan for planting and maintenance. Topics include creating desirable views, screening for privacy, working with slopes, drainage and environmental issues. Participants will learn landscape "rules" for trees, shrubs, evergreen vines, ground covers, lawn grasses, bulbs, water gardens, lighting and irrigation systems. Also included is a discussion of fences, patios, decks, sidewalks, driveways and wildlife.


IND 133 BASIC BOOKKEEPING FOR INDUSTRY

You will understand basic building blocks such as profit and loss statements, the concept of return on investment, how cash flow is managed and how to interpret the balance sheet. You will also learn the basics of the accounting process including assets, liabilities, revenue, expenses and how these transactions are recorded in the accounting system.


IND 134 TAX PREPARATION I

This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of income tax preparation as outlined in the tax code of the Internal Revenue Service. Students will learn by studying tax law and theory as well as by sharing examples and illustrations that mirror real-life tax scenarios that affect taxpayers today.


IND 135 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER NETWORK TECHNOLOGY

This is a course to introduce the student to computer network technology. The terminology, hardware and software programming aspects of a computer network will all be covered. Network topology including the OSI model will be explained to the student. The interconnection of routers, hub, switches and bridges will be covered. The development of the IP address and programming of the various devices will be covered.


IND 136 HEARTSAVER FIRST AID/CPR/AED

This course is designed to acquaint the student with basic first aid. Treatments for situations involving breathing problems, shock, soft-tissue injuries, eye injuries, burns, allergic reaction, bleeding and various other health related problems will be covered. Students will learn how to assess the injured person, activate the Emergency Medical Services system and administer first aid to the ill or injured person.


IND 137 INTRODUCITONTO HOSPITALITY FOR INDUSTRY

This course will include personnel training, customer service, room sales, dining room service, bellman duties, customer and employee relations, promotional and image building techniques, planning conferences and conventions and food service procedures.


IND 138 MENTAL HEALTH SUPERVISION

This section of the Mental Health Technician training will cover mental health needs, facility and worksite orientation, note writing, sexual harassment, restraints, "right to know", disaster plan, seizure management, sexual issues, suicide prevention and workplace violence.


IND 140 FUNDAMENTALS/DC ELECTRIC CONCEPTS FOR INDUSTRY

A study of the relationship between current, voltage, resistance and power for direct current circuits. Topics included are: use of power sources and meters, component symbols and abbreviations, the electronic VOM, sources of electricity, the electronic power supply, switches and switching circuits.


IND 141 TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS FOR INDUSTRY

This course involves basic mathematics for the vocational-technical student. It includes arithmetic, the metric system, geometric concepts and basic algebra with applications to vocational situations.


IND 142 CAREER ADVANCEMENT FOR INDUSTRY

An introduction to career development theories, concepts, labor force information, career development considerations, tools and techniques for career assessment and other resources which help students in the career planning and decision making process.


IND 143 CONVERASATION SPANISH FOR BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY

This course is an intensive oral practice in Spanish. It includes idiomatic vocabulary, pronunciation, written and oral compositions and selected readings.


IND 144 COMMUNITY RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

Training for organizations and/or not-for-profit organizations that will learn to develop and plan community based activities as well as resource related functions that will promote community development.


IND 145 HEALTHCARE SERVICES MANAGEMENT

This course is designed to prepare health care and other professionals to apply the principles of management in the running of health care facilities. Provides a study of economic, social and technological forces involved in health care systems. Also includes instruction in building and facility management, planning and coordination, scheduling, business and financial management, public relations, technical operations, resource allocation and health law.


IND 150 SECURITY FOR INDUSTRY

This course will cover a number of topics which include legal issues, human and public relations, communications, patrol, report writing, fire prevention and control, emergency situations, safety and the general duties of a security officer.


IND 151 AHA HEARTSAVER INSTRUCTOR COURSE

The American Heart Association (AHA) Heartsaver (HS) Instructor course is designed to teach AHA trained rescuers the skills and teaching methods necessary to ensure comprehensive quality instruction of AHA provider courses. The participants must hold an AHA provider card, demonstrate competency of CPR skills, and present a positive teaching demeanor during this course and during monitoring of their initial instruction of a course. Upon completion, the candidate may be issued an instructor card.


IND 153 FAMILY AND FRIENDS CPR

The American Heart Association Family and Friends course is designed to meet the needs of lay rescuers who are learning CPR to assist family members, friends, and coworkers. The course uses the Practice-While-Watching format which requires participants to practice skills and teaches participants the skills of CPR for the adult, child, and infant victim. It also teaches how to aid a choking victim of all ages. This is a non-credentialed course and course completion cards will not be issued. Thank you for attending the course.


IND 155 PEDIATRIC FIRST AID/CPR/AED

This course combines basic first aid procedures an management of illness in a child for the first few minutes of care until professional help arrives. It is intended for child care workers, teachers, or any one working with children who have a duty to respond to a first aid emergency. Modules available: Pediatric First Aid, Asthma Care, CPR for all ages, Adult/Child AED, and barrier devices.


IND 160 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND DEVICES FOR INDUSTRY

This course provides the student with an introduction to computer concepts and terminology. Hands-on experience with computer software will be an integral part of the course.


IND 163 BASIC MICROSOFT WORD

This course covers beginning-level skills, and is ideal for the newer computer user who wants to become well versed in Word.


IND 164 BASIC WELDING FOR INDUSTRY

Instruction is given in all position welds using arc and gas welding, cutting processes, equipment and safety.


IND 165 AC/REFRIGERATION FOR INDUSTRY

This course will cover proper diagnostic service procedures required in a modern refrigeration and air conditioning service.


IND 166 WELDING SAFETY

Overview of basic welding safety standards for industry.


IND 167 ELECTRICAL SAFETY

Overview of basic electrical safety standards of industry.


IND 168 MICROSOFT PUBLISHER ESSENTIALS

A study and hands-on use of the essential functions of Microsoft Publisher.


IND 171 BASIC MICROSOFT EXCEL

This course is a study of the use of the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.


IND 172 MICROSOFT POWERPOINT ESSENTIALS

A study and hands-on use of the essential functions of Microsoft PowerPoint.


IND 173 MICROSOFT ACCESS ESSENTIALS

A study and hands-on use of the essential functions of Microsoft Access database management system.


IND 175 INTERMEDIATE MICRSOFT POWERPOINT

An extension of Basic Microsoft PowerPoint to include more advanced graphics and slide layout.


IND 179 MICROSOFT OUTLOOK FOR INDUSTRY

Microsoft Outlook is an integrated electronic mail, calendar, contact and task management program that can be used to efficiently communicate with others, schedule appointments and tasks, record information about personal and business contacts and organize files.


IND 181 INTERMEDIATE MICROSOFT EXCEL

A study and hands-on use of the essential functions of Microsoft Excel spreadsheets,


IND 183 INTERMEDIATE MICROSOFT WORD

A study and hands-on use of the essential functions of Microsoft Word.


IND 185 BASIC WEB AND E-COMMERCE FOR INDUSTRY

This course is designed to assist business owners to quickly get their business on-line using commercially prepared software. Managing your site and adding features.


IND 186 GRANT WRITING FOR INDUSTRY

This course is offered to individuals, employees of muncipalities, business, schools, agencies and others who want to learn the basics of grant writing. Topics covered will include how to locate potential funding sources using the Internet and how to write the component sections of a competitive grant proposal.


IND 187 WORKING WITH DIGITAL IMAGES FOR INDUSTRY

Participant will understand sending, receiving and improving digital attached images. General instructions for digital camera will be discussed. You will learn to scan images into your computer for printing. Additional topics include cropping, resizing and adding borders.


IND 190 FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICITY

Methods and techniques of analyzing complex circuits with single or multiple sources and impedance's in various configurations. Includes responses of networks to constant and time-varying signals; step and sinusoidal sources and other forcing functions.


IND 191 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS

A study of various transducing and signal acquisition devices as used in an industrial plant.


IND 192 ELECTRICAL HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC CONTROLS

A study of standard electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic elements commonly used to provide and control power in machinery and equipment. The student will learn how the elements work as well as become familiar with the nomenclature and symbols involved.


IND 193 INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY MAINTENANCE

This course will prepare individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to maintain and repair industrial machinery and equipment, such as pumps, motors, pneumatic tools, conveyor systems, production machinery and distribution systems.


IND 194 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC/WIRING INSTALLER AND REPAIR

This course will prepare individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble, install, operate, maintain and repair electrical/electronic equipment used in industry and manufacturing. Instruction on installing, maintaining and testing various types of equipment will be delivered. Included in this course will be electrical wiring information as related to the NEC (National Electric Code).


IND 195 CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

This course is designed to recognize continuing professional development for people in career status in a generally recognized profession. It will provide interested students with information specific to their career needs in a variety of formats.


IND 200 SOFT SKILLS FOR INDUSTRY

This course will help prepare or advance skills for students in various soft skills. Customer Service, Time Management, Organization, Ethics, Delegating, etc.


IND 201 TRAIN THE TRAINER

This course is designed to help develop a business in-house trainer in delivering a training program for the adult learner. Topics include: needs assessment, understanding the work environment, instructional design and delivery, evaluation of the instruction using both individual and group approaches.


IND 202 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY/HEALTH FOR INDUSTRY

This course is designed to educate students on OSHA policy and procedures.


IND 203 HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION OF INDUSTRY

This course is designed to prepare students to operate various heavy equipment. Forklift, Rigging, Crane, Backhoe, etc.


IND 216 INTRODUCTION TO QUICKBOOKS ACCOUNTING

This course applies accounting knowledge in a computerized environment. Learning to apply computer technology with an understanding of accounting is an important part of the development of an accounting student's program. This course will cover the general ledger, invoicing, cash receipts, purchasing, cash disbursements and accounts receivable.


IND 217 ADVANCED QUICKBOOKS ACCOUNTING

This course is a continuation of the Introduction to QuickBooks Accounting for Industry. This section will cover accounts payable, fixed assets, payroll and financial reports.


IND 218 TEAM BUILDING II

This course will be a continuation of Team Building I. Issues addressed in earlier session will be reviewed and there will be discussions on how new strategies are working.


IND 219 COVEY SEVEN HABITS

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People public workshop, you will discover how to balance your life so you are more effective on and off the job. Implementing the 7 Habits helps you learn how to balance all aspects of your life; define yourself from within to become more influential; replace burnout with high levels of satisfaction; increase trust; meet needs more effectively through clearer understanding; increase your productivity and quality of work; better understand and meet others needs.


IND 220 HEALTHCARE PROVIDER INSTRUCTOR COURSE

This course is designed to impact knowledge of the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems, to recognize signs of a heart attack, to recognize signs of cardiac and respiratory arrest, their causes and actions for survival and to certify performance in management of Basic Cardiac Life Support.


IND 221 BLS RENEWAL FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDER-IDOC

The course is designed to review the signs of cardiac and respiratory arrest, the actions for survival and to update the student regarding CPR.


IND 222 SPORTS SAFETY

This course is to provide course participants with the knowledge and skills to help provide a safe environment for athletes while they are participating in sports and in an emergency, to help sustain life and minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness until medical help arrives. The course content and activities will help participants identify and eliminate potentially hazardous conditions, recognize emergencies and make appropriate decisions for first aid care. The course teaches first aid skills that coaches and other participants need to perform as the first link in the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) system.


IND 223 FINANCIAL INVESTING

This course is being offered to assist individuals in setting financial and investment goals. This class also will provide a summary of the most common investments used by individuals in reaching their objectives.


IND 224 CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS

This course is designed to recognize continuing professional development for people in healthcare professions. It will provide interested individuals with information specific to their career needs in a variety of formats.


IND 229 WHAT MATTERS MOST

What Matters Most helps you focus your time, energy and resources on the things that are most important to you; discover principles that lead to increased productivity, improved relationships and peace of mind.


IND 230 CPR FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS

The Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers course is designed to teach the skills of CPR for victims for all ages (including ventilation with a barrier device, a bag-mask device and oxygen), use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) and relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (FBAO). It is intended for participants who provided health care to patients in a wide variety of settings, including in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings.


IND 231 CPR RENEWAL FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDER

The course is designed to update the student in CPR techniques required by the healthcare provider. These skills include CPR ventilation with a barrier device, bag-mask device and oxygen, use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) and relief of foreign body airway obstruction.


IND 232 HEARTSAVER CPR

The Heartsaver CPR course is designed to teach CPR and relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (FBAO) of adults and children. This course particularly applies to those who are expected to respond to emergencies in the work place.


IND233 HEARTSAVER AUTOMATED EXT DEFIB (AED)

Heartsaver AED is designed to teach Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) and relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (FBAO) to all lay rescuers, particularly those who are expected to respond to emergencies in the workplace. It is specifically designed to lay rescuers who are required to obtain a course completion care (a credential) documenting completion of a CPR AED course.


IND 260 DECKHAND FOR INDUSTRY

This course is designed to provide the necessary skills and knowledge to meet the changing needs of business/industry. Training will include marine rigging and crane operations, etc., related to the river industry.


IND 263 ADVANCED MICROSOFT WORD

A study and hands-on use of the advanced functions of Microsoft Word.


IND 267 CUSTODIAL SERVICES FOR INDUSTRY

Instruction in the proper use of equipment and chemicals for custodial maintenance. Includes power equipment, cleaning chemicals, carpet and upholstery care, floor care and rest room care.


IND 271 ADVANCED MICROSOFT EXCEL

A study and hands-on use of the advanced functions of Microsoft Excel spreadsheets.


IND 272 ADVANCED MICROSOFT POWERPOINT

A study and hands-on use of the advanced functions of Microsoft PowerPoint.


IND 273 ADVANCED MICROSOFT ACCESS

A study and hands-on use of the advanced functions of Microsoft Access database management system.


IND 275 SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR COMPUTERS

This course is designed to promote continuing professional development for people needing training in a special program within the computer field. It is designed to provide students with tools to stay current in contemporary and new uses of the computer as it relates to their positions as well as to provide framework for their continued learning and advancement. It will provide interested students with information specific to their career needs in a variety of formats.


For More Information Contact:
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at 1-800-481-2242 or (618) 634-3200 or e-mail admissions@shawneecc.edu



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