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Start Your Own Business

DCB 1400

The decision has been made to open a new business! Where does a business student begin? Students enrolled in the class will explore forms of legal entities, taxes, permits, licenses, bookkeeping systems, a business plan and financing. Students will feel confident that their business will be headed in the right direction from the beginning. Join a Certified Business Advisor from the Mid-Hudson Region Small Business Development Center for a most informative session.

Child Abuse Rec & Rep Online

DCB 1454

Protecting our children from child abuse is everyones responsibility. This is a self-paced, open-entry, online course on mandated reporting of child abuse. As required by law, this course is designed to meet the requirement for a two-hour certification course to be conducted for all educational staff in New York State as part of Section 413 of the New York Social Services Law. Certificates will be mailed upon completion.

CASAC Fast Track Day II-I

DCB 1646

Section I: Knowledge of alcoholism and substance abuse (85 hours) Learning through class discussion and case study, students will be given a general review of substance abuse and alcoholism as well as training related to tobacco use and nicotine dependence. Study will include an overview of the addictions field, learning the language of addiction treatment through the study of concepts, practice and research. Class participants will develop an understanding of treatment models, both traditional and nontraditional. Students will become familiar with diagnostic instruments and study the diagnostic criteria of the DSM and ICD, and also be introduced to the use of toxicology tests and screening. Coursework will also include the study of Twelve Step and Mutual Aid groups.

CASAC Fast Track Day Sec II-II

DCB 1647

Section II: Alcoholism and substance abuse counseling (150 hours) Includes the study of the theory and practice of both group and individual counseling. Through experiential learning and group activities, students will consider the cultural competence needed for culturally sensitive treatment. Students will reflect on the specific prevention and treatment needs of particular populations. Class participants will look at theories of human development and how they relate to substance abuse and be introduced to the practice of working with affected family members and significant others.

CASAC Fast TrackDay-Sec II-III

DCB 1648

Section III: Assessment, clinical evaluation, treatment planning, case management, and patient/community education (70 hours) This course introduces students to various screening and assessment instruments. Students will learn components of treatment planning, record keeping and discharge planning as well as gain an understanding of case management and the basic skills needed for successful continuation of care. This course will give students an understanding of community education/prevention, helping them to develop presentation and training techniques in support of community wellness and awareness.

CASAC Fast Track Evening II-I

DCB 1721

Students enrolled in SUNY Ulster’s evening program are able to complete their 350 educational hours in 12 months. For no class and alternate class dates, see information provided below for each section. Instructor: D. Hale, CASAC, CPP

CASAC Fast Track Evening II-II

DCB 1722

Students enrolled in SUNY Ulster’s evening program are able to complete their 350 educational hours in 12 months. For no class and alternate class dates, see information provided below for each section. Instructor: D. Hale, CASAC, CPP

CASAC Fast TrackEvening II-III

DCB 1723

Students enrolled in SUNY Ulster’s evening program are able to complete their 350 educational hours in 12 months. For no class and alternate class dates, see information provided below for each section. Instructor: D. Hale, CASAC, CPP

CASAC Fast Track Evening II-IV

DCB 1724

Students enrolled in SUNY Ulster’s evening program are able to complete their 350 educational hours in 12 months. For no class and alternate class dates, see information provided below for each section. Instructor: D. Hale, CASAC, CPP

CASAC Fast Track Evening III-I

DCB 1731

Students enrolled in SUNY Ulster’s evening program are able to complete their 350 educational hours in 12 months. For no class and alternate class dates, see information provided below for each section. Instructor: D. Hale, CASAC, CPP

CASAC Fast TrackEvening III-II

DCB 1732

Students enrolled in SUNY Ulster’s evening program are able to complete their 350 educational hours in 12 months. For no class and alternate class dates, see information provided below for each section. Instructor: D. Hale, CASAC, CPP

Math for Water Operators

DCB 1735

As an operator, you will use math on a daily basis. This course serves as a refresher to those who may feel intimated by basic math, algebra, and solving word problems. This course is strongly recommended before taking the Basic Wastewater Lecture or Laboratory. Outline: Class 1: Basic math, geometry, and conversions Class 2: Basic algebra, how to solve word problems Class 3: Using wastewater formulas to solve word problems. No textbook.

Social Security Strategies

DCB 1751

About 40% of retirees apply for Social Security as soon as they become eligible at age 62. But by doing so, they may significantly and permanently reduce the benefits that they — and possibly their spouses — could receive over a lifetime. Source: SSA, 2015. Social Security provides not only a guaranteed income stream but also longevity protection, spousal protection, and some inflation protection. It may be the closest thing you receive to a traditional pension. There may be ways to maximize the lifetime Social Security benefits you receive.

Certified Production Tech

DCB 1786

Local manufacturers, educational institutions and Ulster County Office of Employment and Training have partnered together to create a pipeline of skilled workers to meet the hiring needs of manufacturing employers and to prepare local job seekers with the skills needed to get self-sufficient jobs in manufacturing. This program consists of four individual certificate modules: Safety, Manufacturing Processes and Production, Quality Practices and Measurement, and Maintenance Awarenss. Suggested prerequisites: 9th grade math and 10th grade English.

Social Media Mkt -Build a Busn

DCB 1789

Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, & Instagram are some of the popular social media platforms used by billions of people every day. Unlike traditional forms of media, these platforms allow businesses to create genuine, dynamic connections with their customers. This seminar will provide an overview of today's popular social media platforms and why they are important to the success and growth of your small business.

CASAC Program

DCB 1803

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.

BPI BA Field Test Prep

DCB 1883

This workshop reviews diagnostic procedures to help the student develop the skills and knowledge required for the BPI Building Analyst Certification Field Test. This course is by appointment only.

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.


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