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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. TASC is a claimed trademark GED is a trademarked term.

TASC II

CFA 1102

This course is for students who have progressed though TASC I but need additional review in order to sit for the TASC exam. This course will include review of reading/writing, science, social studies, and mathematics. This class will include homework. Students should bring notebook and pen/pencil. The required book for this course is Kaplan’s New TASC with two Practice Tests. (2016). Instructor: J. Dayton – Wolf

Basketball Camp ages 7-12

CFK 1352

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, this 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 coach-to-camper ratio is 1:12. Note: Every camper who registers two-weeks prior to the start date receives a t-shirt. Dress and Gear: Please bring a glove, bat, baseball hat, long athletic pants and athletic footwear (rubber spikes/sneakers). Catchers should bring a chest protector, helmet, shin guards, and facemask, if they have them. And do not forget topical insect repellent and topical sun block (spray form not permitted). Lunch: Bring a lunch that requires no refrigeration and a reusable/refillable water bottle. There are snacks and drinks available for purchase from the vending machines on campus. Please be aware that the college does not provide change or reimburse for lost money. Educational Leader: Steven Morse, Head Baseball Coach, was previously an Assistant Coach at SUNY Brockport for two seasons, primarily working with hitters and infielders, where he helped lead the program to a playoff berth and a 43-37 overall record in the SUNYAC. Coach Morse is a graduate of SUNY New Paltz, where he was a standout athlete for the Baseball program. He finished his career Fourth All-Time in Assists and was an All-Conference Selection as a senior, when he lead the team in Batting Average, On Base Percentage, and Total Bases. Coach Morse holds a Masters Degree from SUNY Brockport in Athletic Administration.

All Sport Camp ages 7-12

CFK 1354

Each day will concentrate on a different sport and be led by the SUNY Ulster Coach specific to that sport. Monday is basketball, Tuesday is volleyball, Wednesday is soccer, Thursday is baseball/softball, and Friday is general physical education. Skills and drills will be held in the morning and competitions in the afternoon. DRESS AND GEAR: Please bring sneakers and t-shirt, but bring outdoor clothes for baseball, soccer, and softball days. Instructors: Justin Maxwell, Head Men's Basketball Coach; Glenn Warnock, Head Women's Volleyball Coach; Jamal Lis-Simmons, Head Men's Soccer Coach; Rich Spriggs, Head Softball Coach; Steven Morse, Head Baseball Coach.

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, this athletic academy includes intense work on learning and improving skills, effective drills, and developing proper work habits. Athletes are placed into an appropriate group based on age and ability. Athletes have the opportunity to learn about more than one position during the specialty groups. The goal is to make sure athletes leave with a greater knowledge of baseball and love of the game. The coach-to- athlete ratio is 1:12. DRESS AND GEAR: Please bring a glove, bat, baseball hat, long athletic pants and athletic footwear (rubber spikes/sneakers). Catchers should bring a chest protector, helmet, shin guards, and facemask, if they have them. And dont forget topical insect repellent and topical sun block (spray form not permitted). Instructor: Steven Morse, Head Baseball Coach, was previously an Assistant Coach at SUNY Brockport for two seasons, primarily working with hitters and infielders, where he helped lead the program to a playoff berth and a 43-37 overall record in the SUNYAC. Coach Morse is a graduate of SUNY New Paltz, where he was a standout athlete for the Baseball program. He finished his career Fourth All-Time in Assists and was an All-Conference Selection as a senior, when he lead the team in Batting Average, On Base Percentage, and Total Bases.

Softball Camp ages 7-18

CFK 1458

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, this athletic academy includes intense work on learning and improving skills, effective drills, and developing proper work habits. Athletes are placed into an appropriate group based on age and ability. Athletes have the opportunity to learn about more than one position during the specialty groups. The goal is to make sure athletes leave with a greater knowledge of baseball and love of the game. The coach-to-athlete ratio is 1:12. DRESS AND GEAR: Please bring a glove, bat, long athletic pants and athletic footwear (rubber spikes AND sneakers). Catchers should bring a chest protector, helmet, shin guards, and facemask, if they have them. And don't forget topical insect repellent and topical sun block (spray form not permitted). Instructor: Rich Spriggs, Head Softball Coach, was Head Coach for the Ulster Fillies travel organization where he complied over thirty travel tournament championships. He was previously the Head Coach of the Rondout High School Varsity team. He currently coaches the 16U team for the Ulster Fillies, serves on the board of directors for the Ulster Fillies and is a Regional USSSA Tournament Director.

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 individuals 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. Sneakers and hat are required. Racquets are available if needed. Bring topical insect repellent and topical sun block (spray form not permitted). Lunch: Please bring a lunch and snacks that require no refrigeration and a reusable/refillable water bottle. There are snacks and drinks available for purchase from the vending machines on campus. Please be aware that the college does not provide change or reimburse for lost money. 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 for many summers.

Criminal Thinking

DCB 0971

Learn to look at strategies for modifying substance abuse services for criminal justice clients by helping the clinician to learn how to intervene with criminal thinking. This course will look to describe and provide examples of common criminal thinking errors in the offender population, helping mental health practitioners become more aware of thinking errors and thinking distortions and assisting change agents in facilitating the criminal thinking process.

Bldg Tightness,Ventilation&IEQ

DCB 1023

In this half-day workshop, students are presented with the critical relationship between energy efficiency and the need for ventilation within homes for both new construction and existing homes. The workshop focus includes the NYS Code requirements for energy efficiency as well as the national standards for ventilation. Real-world examples of condensation issues and other impacts are provided. The course also provides attendees with the necessary information to make proper design and HVAC product selections to enhance indoor environmental quality. The course has been designed specifically for building professionals, contractors and tradesmen, code officials and home inspectors. Approved for 2 BPI CEUs. Instructor: P. Strocchia

PLC Training

DCB 1024

This course contains an overview of Allen Bradley controller architecture, hardware, programming, ladder logic and troubleshooting. The 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. This course includes a lab component. Suggested Prerequisite: Electrical Theory Approved for 24 PDHs Equipment: Laptop (suggested but not required)

Building Analyst Written Exam

DCB 1025

Written exam for Building Analyst

Envelope Prof Written Exam

DCB 1026

This is the written exam for BPI Envelope Professional

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

Learn 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 and 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

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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