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TASC

CFA 1101

This course is a comprehensive review for students wanting to receive their High School Equivalency Diploma. Students will prepare to take the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC™). This test replaced the GED ® test for New York State in 2014. The focus of the classes will be on reading/writing, science, social studies, and mathematics. TASC™ testing is determined by pre-test scores and instructor recommendation. Students may require more than one session of preparation prior to testing. This class will include homework. Students should bring notebook and pen/pencil. The recommended book for this course is Kaplan’s New TASC ™ with two Practice Tests.

Adventures in Art Camp age7-12

CFK 1015

This camp offers the opportunity for campers to explore the wonderful world of art through an introduction to a variety of art materials, processes, and genres. Campers draw, paint, print, sculpt, and create mixed media projects that are inspired by art history and each camper's personal expression and choice of subject matter. All skill levels are welcome. Educational Leader: Doreen Diorio is a New York State Certified Art Teacher with a master’s degree from Teachers College, Columbia University, and membership in Kappa Delta Pi, the international education society. She has taught art for 25 years for the New York City Board of Education, for the public library, and presently for Washington-Saratoga BOCES Project Enrich. Ms. Diorio has published numerous art education articles, stories and illustrations and has been awarded NYSCA, DEC, and Puffin grants for her art projects. Her paintings and mixed media art have been exhibited in such spaces as the Kleinert-James Gallery, WAAM, The Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, The Crocker Art Museum, and in Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza Arch. Materials fee: $10, payable in camp

Photography & Creativity Camp

CFK 1019

Through personal instruction and creatively designed photography projects, campers reflect on and photograph what is meaningful to them, learn how to express themselves visually to aid in the process of self-discovery, and explore how to convey their perceptions of how they see their world. This workshop also teaches the campers how to visually express themselves through the use of framing, light, environment, and, most importantly, experimenting with their unique sense of creativity. Campers are introduced to the basics of digital photography and photo editing software with an emphasis on empowering them to capture their own images. Educational Leader: Julia Jordan is a Hudson Valley based photographer. She has been teaching and developing photography workshops for children for over 10 years. She personally designs projects to inspire children to creatively observe and express their world.

Senators Boys Basketball Camp

CFK 1351

This camp is designed for campers who enjoy playing basketball, want to improve their skills, and want to have fun in the process. A typical day includes station work, games, competitions, lunch, and a basketball documentary. Each day campers compete for prizes, and at the end of the week, awards are handed out for each age group. Dress/Gear: Basketball shoes, shorts, t shirt, and any other basketball equipment personally needed. Lunch: Bring a lunch that requires no refrigeration. There will be snacks/drinks available for purchase. Educational Leader: Justin Maxwell, SUNY Ulster’s Head Men's Basketball Coach, is a former Division I Athlete.

Senators Baseball Camp age7-12

CFK 1457

This camp is designed for the serious player as well as the beginner. Instruction concentrates on the basic fundamentals of baseball, including hitting, fielding, pitching, throwing, and base running. In addition, the camp includes intense work on learning and improving skills, effective drills, and developing proper work habits. Campers are placed into an appropriate group based on age and ability. Campers have the opportunity to learn about more than one position during the specialty groups. The goal is to make sure campers leave with a greater knowledge of baseball and love of the game. The camper-to-coach ratio is 12:1. Dress and Gear: Please bring glove, bat, baseball hat, long athletic pants, athletic footwear (rubber spikes/sneakers), and a reusable/refillable water bottle as well as topical insect repellent and topical sun block (spray form not permitted). Catchers should bring a chest protector, helmet, shin guards, and facemask, if they have them. Note: Every camper who registers by July 11 receives a camp T-shirt. Lunch: Please bring a lunch that requires no refrigeration. Educational Leader: Steve Freer, SUNY Ulster’s Head Men’s Baseball Coach, has coached at every level from Little League to college baseball. A top athlete and graduate of Saugerties High School, Mr. Freer played college baseball at St. John's University and was member of the 1988 Big East Champions. Mr. Freer has also taught at many camps and clinics.

Junior Tennis Camp ages 8-16

CFK 1473

This camp offers a wonderful tennis experience that is both fun and educational. It provides instruction for all levels from beginner to high school varsity player. The coach-to-camper ratio is 1:5, allowing staff to get the most from each individual's ability. Morning instruction includes the teaching of strong tennis stokes and precision footwork, both of which comprise the backbone of the game. Drills are incorporated to promote the development of these skills. In the afternoon, campers are taught strategy, technique, and sportsmanship by means of challenging games and matches. The staff is fully committed to individual attention within the context of group learning and believes that this learning experience will last a life time. Dress and Gear: Arrive dressed to play. Bring topical insect repellent, topical sun block (spray form not permitted), and a reusable/refillable water bottle. Sneakers are required. Racquets are available if needed. Lunch: Please bring a lunch and snacks that require no refrigeration and a reusable/refillable water bottle. Educational Leader: Peter Fein has been a tennis instructor in Ulster County for over 25 years and is a certified professional with the U.S. Professional Registry. He has coached both the boys and girls Onteora High School tennis teams to numerous championships over the past 25 years. Over this period he has held successful camps for both children and adults, privately and at SUNY Ulster.

Game Design Camp ages 10-14

CFK 1948

This camp offers a fun and creative introduction to coding through video game design. This camp appeals to campers with an interest in technology, digital arts, video game design and programming. Using SCRATCH, a popular program for creating interactive and animated projects, campers create and share games that are both fun and challenging. Please bring a flash drive. Lunch: Please bring a lunch that requires no refrigeration. Educational Leader: Ira Marcks is an educator and artist. He works with libraries, schools, museums, art centers, and other educational institutions to develop workshops with a focus on visual storytelling as a tool for sharing ideas and information. At the 2012 National Art Education Convention, he presented his work on integrating visual art and mathematics. He also hosts workshops at his home-base, Tiger Trap Studio, in Troy, NY. His work has appeared in various national publications and comic anthologies. For a time he was a regular contributor to Weird Tales, a Hugo Award winning strange fiction magazine. His website is iramarcks.com.

PLC Training

DCB 1024

This course will present an overview of Allen Bradley controller architecture, hardware, programming, ladder logic and troubleshooting. Course includes a hands-on lab component. Course is appropriate for engineering students who are looking to gain knowledge in this area as well as for engineers looking for professional development hours. Suggested prerequisite: Electrical Theory (see above)

Medical Transcrpt Editor (Onl)

DCB 1030

Approved by the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI), the Medical Transcription Editor program focuses on teaching the skills needed to work as a medical transcriptionist and medical transcription editor. Students study medical terminology, anatomy, healthcare documentation, and editing theory and technique, among other topics, as well as, developing and practicing their typing and listening skills on hundreds of authentic, employer-provided dictations from a variety of specialties. In addition to one-on-one instructor support and personalized support, students receive 10 textbooks, a transcription foot pedal, a 15-month membership to AHDI, and a 15-month subscription to an online reference library.

Heating Professional Training

DCB 1036

This training focuses on how to optimize the performance of heating equipment to help save energy and ensure occupant comfort, health and safety. Prerequisite: BPI Building Analyst training

CASAC - Section I

DCB 1037

Section I: Knowledge of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse—85 Course Hours • Basic Knowledge: Physical and Pharmacological Effects • Overview of the Addiction Field • Diversity of Intervention and Treatment Approaches • Introduction to Diagnostic Criteria • Twelve Step and Mutual Aid Groups • Toxicology Testing and Screening

CASAC - Section II

DCB 1038

Section II: Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Counseling—150 Course Hours • Individual Counseling • Group Counseling • Counseling Special Populations/Cultural Competence • Effects on the Family/Counseling Families and Significant Others • Theories on Human Development and the Relationship to Substance Abuse • Health, Wellness and Communicable Diseases

CASAC - Section III

DCB 1039

Section III: Assessment; Clinical Evaluation; Treatment Planning; Case Management; Patient, Family & Community Education—70 Course Hours • Assessment and Evaluation • Treatment Planning, Record Keeping and Discharge Planning • Case Management, Referral and Service Coordination • Patient, Family, and Community Education and Prevention

CASAC - Section IV

DCB 1040

Section IV: Professional & Ethical Responsibilities—45 Course Hours • Counselor-Client Relationships • Ethical Decision Making and Conduct • Confidentiality and Legal Issues • Counselor Wellness • Child Abuse and Maltreatment: Mandated Reporter Training

Business Office Assistant

DCB 1061

This six-week, 90-hour course is designed to prepare students for entry level office work. It provides basic computer skills and office skills necessary for the contemporary business environment. Topics include keyboarding, MS Office, basic math, grammar and writing skills and critical thinking and communication skills. This course is approved for veteran’s education funds. The instructor, Henry Johnson, a NYS certified teacher, has been teaching science for 35 years and was co-owner and business manager of Jeffry Allan Jewelers studio for 23 years. He holds an Advanced Certificate in Instructional Technology with the Wappingers Central School District.

Building Analyst Field Test

DCB 1143

The BPI Field Test will be given by appointment. Testing will be done in our Kelder Test House located in Stone Ridge, NY. Field tests are subject to a $200 non-refundable fee.

Envelope Prof Field Exam

DCB 1149

The BPI Envelope Professional Field Test will be given by appointment. Field tests are subject to a $200 non-refundable fee.


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