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Building Analyst Training

DCB 1842

This training prepares students to perform comprehensive, "whole-house" energy assessments, identify a building’s problems at the root cause and prescribing and prioritizing solutions based on building science principles. Upon successful completion of the written and field exams, students will receive Building Analyst certification. Building Analyst is a prerequisite for several other BPI certifications. Prerequisite: basic building science background is strongly recommended Suggested textbook: Residential Energy, ISBN: 9781880120095

CASAC Info Session

DCB 1853

For those interested in becoming an addictions counselor or for professionals who wish to re-specialize in addiction counseling, these sessions will address the training, education, and competencies required. Speak to a Program Coordinator about how academic coursework may substitute for some of the requisite training hours.

Phlebotomy Technician

DCB 1895

This 90-hour Phlebotomy Technician Program prepares professionals to collect blood specimens from clients for the purpose of laboratory analysis. Students will become familiar with all aspects related to blood collection and develop comprehensive skills to perform venipunctures completely and safely. Classroom and lab work includes terminology, anatomy and physiology; blood collection procedures; specimen hands-on practice; and training in skills and techniques to perform puncture methods. Course fee includes textbook.

Electrical Theory I - Basics

DCB 1947

Learn electrical theory basics for a variety of professional fields including the manufacturing field. Course will cover basic electrical distribution, identifying and selecting electrical equipment, sizing wires and overcurrent protection, an introduction to the National Electrical Code, installing wires and conduit, theory of series and parallel circuits and measuring voltage and current. This course includes a lab component.

SpeedECoder

DCB 2000

A one year online subscription that provides online access to ICD-10 and CPT codes. Class should be taken on a PC.

ICD 10 Using SpeedECoder

DCB 2035

This course prepares students for entry-level jobs in a doctors office or other medical facility. CPT Coding is covered including Medicare Fraud and Abuse, and Evaluation and Management. STUDENTS MUST REGISTER FOR DCB 2000-03, SpeedECoder unless they already have a subscription. Class should be taken on a PC.

Retirement Investing

DCB 2037

This course expands on topics covered in the first course. Additional topics covered are sections and conventions, and isometric drawings. Special emphasis is placed on using the software to complete the assignments. Prerequisite: Drafting Fundamentals I.

Money & Finance Package

DCB 2038

Take all three classes and receive a discount! Financial Management, Social Security and Retirement Investing Instructor: B. Ginty is the owner of Independent Financial Services, specializing in comprehensive financial planning.

Mathematics for Manufacturing

DCB 2064

Strengthen mathematic skills needed for the set-up and operation of machine tools and computer numerical control (CNC) programming. Mathematical operations including fractions, exponents, basic algebra and trigonometry will be reviewed. Prerequisite: Basic Mathematics

Art as a Business

DCB 2086

Are you a talented artist struggling to survive in the business world? Do you feel that the business side of your trade escapes you? Or are you a serious craftsman who has considered turning your creative hobby into a business? This seminar will provide you with valuable information on how to build a business from a passion and turn your art into a successful business endeavor. Topics such as taxes, insurance, sales and marketing strategies, financial controls, craft fairs and self-promotion will be covered by an experienced artist and business person.

BPI IDL Review for Cert.

DCB 2091

With the adoption of 2015 IRC, New York State now mandates infiltration testing in many major construction projects. This opens new opportunities for qualified individuals who are interested in providing blower door testing services. Testing, however, "shall be conducted in accordance with ASTM E 779 or ASTM E 1827" and other specific guidelines. This workshop explores how to conduct blower door testing in compliance with 2015 IRC. Prerequisite: BPI or similar certification and familiarity with blower doors Instructor: N. Jen BPI CEUs Pending.

Adv Manufacturing Info Session

DCB 2118

Interested in finding out more about our Advanced Manufacturing program? Come to this information session and find out how you can have a credential to start a career in Advanced Manufacturing before summer!

Bldg Sci Energy Eff Info Sessn

DCB 2119

Thinking about starting a career in building science or clean energy? Interested in adding some new skills to your existing skill set as a contractor? Come to this information session to find out how you can become credentialed to offer energy audits or install solar!

Personal Trainer - Hybrid

DCB 2126

Get all the information needed to start an exciting fitness career and become a Certified Personal Trainer. We have over 5,000 internship employers waiting to hire our graduates. We do what a written test alone cannot do for you to become a successful Certified Personal Trainer. Our unique employer internship walks many of our graduates into better paying jobs! This challenging course is for candidates wanting CONVENIENT ONLINE information with in-depth instruction and hands-on practical labs on video to understand how it all comes together. Your key bonus option is to experience & master the essential career hands on skills at a local fitness center near you as part of this collegiate program. This is a special feature that only W.I.T.S. offers.

Minority Women-Owned Bus Entre

DCB 2133

To certify or not. Is it worth my time? These questions are ones that small businesses grapple with quite often because obtaining certification does not guarantee you any government contract work, but if used as a marketing tool, can generate more opportunities to bid for government business. The certification process takes time. But is it worth your time? You are best at making your own determination. This course will provide you with the opportunity to decide whether certification is a good fit for your business, and will show you how to get started, if you decide it is suitable for your business. Assistance is readily available. Let us help you get started. The NYS Small Business Development Center provides specialized assistance to small and /or disadvantaged firms interested in supplying goods and services to federal, state and local government.

Computer Science I

DCB 2140

This course covers the fundamentals of computer problem solving and programming. Topics include: Program development process, differences between the object-oriented, structured, and functional programming methodologies, phases of language translation (compiling, interpreting, linking, executing), and error conditions associated with each phase, primitive data types, memory representation, variables, expressions, assignment, fundamental programming constructs (sequence, selection, iteration), algorithms for solving simple problems, tracing execution, subprograms/functions/methods, parameter passing, secure coding techniques (criteria for selections of a specific type and use, input data validation), and professional behavior in response to ethical issues inherent in computing. The Java programming language is used. Corequisite: MAT 115 or equivalent or permission of the instructor. Instructor: J. Sheehan

Web App Developer I

DCB 2142

This course explores the web development processes and tools used to support the creation of websites and web applications. Students explore HTML, CSS and JavaScript and use them to create websites and web applications hosted by a web server. Web application development frameworks will also be introduced. Through labs and projects students create both static and dynamic web content in the context of producing a professional quality web site. The course focuses on the underlying tools of web development. Prerequisite: familiarity with text file editing as determined by the instructor.

Sign Language I

DCB 2156

In this course, students are introduced to American Sign Language (ASL). They learn the use of the manual alphabet for finger-spelling and how to develop vocabulary through sign production. Students become familiar with the history of sign language and gain an understanding of effective facial expressions. Weekly homework assignments must be completed. For a credit version of this course, visit www.sunyulster.edu and register for SGN 113

Sign Language II

DCB 2157

A continuation of DCB2156, students continue to develop vocabulary and gain extensive experience in signing situations created by the instructor. Signing simple songs and stories, as well as receptive reading of the signed stories of classmates will be practiced in small group activities. Weekly homework assignments must be completed. For a credit version of this course, visit sunyulster.edu and register for SGN 114.

Computer Science I Online

DCB 2158

This course covers the fundamentals of computer problem solving and programming. Topics include: Program development process, differences between the object-oriented, structured, and functional programming methodologies, phases of language translation (compiling, interpreting, linking, executing), and error conditions associated with each phase, primitive data types, memory representation, variables, expressions, assignment, fundamental programming constructs (sequence, selection, iteration), algorithms for solving simple problems, tracing execution, subprograms/functions/methods, parameter passing, secure coding techniques (criteria for selections of a specific type and use, input data validation), and professional behavior in response to ethical issues inherent in computing. The Java programming language is used. Corequisite: MAT 115 or equivalent or permission of the instructor. Instructor: J. Sheehan


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