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Appetite for a Food Business

DCB 2263

This class is for the person who loves to cook and has some amazing recipes that they want to share with the world. Whether it is a restaurant, bakery, food truck, or stand, this class will provide a “soup-to-nuts” over-view of the process of the planning required opening a food establishment. Topics will include regulatory issues, start-up considerations, personnel requirements, menu planning, financial projections, marketing, and financing. Learn from “well-seasoned” business adviser from the Small Business Development Center who work with aspiring food service entrepreneurs on a regular basis.

Com/Res Rental Properties

DCB 2318

This seminar provides students with essential information for the landlord interested in Renting out Real Estate - Commercial and Residential. The following are sample tips for first time landlords. These will be covered in addition to in-depth information for Commercial/Residential Rental properties: • Rent - establish a due date and amount - stick to it • Screening Tenants Thoroughly • Familiarize yourself with Fair Housing Laws • Lease – work with an Attorney to be sure your lease protects you The Instructors are landlords and have been for a long time. They will share with students many critical topics to be considered in this field. In addition, the course will cover Best Practices and Boots on the Ground Experiences to assist you in achieving success in this business.

Financial Literacy

DCB 2319

Financial literacy is an important aspect of running a business; it is about knowing your finances, where the money comes from and how is it spent. A sustainable business relies on a strong foundation of financial stability. Financial literacy also helps entrepreneurs to understand the difference between one’s personal finances versus business finances; this helps in the better management of money for one’s personal needs and have sufficient amount for running the business. Topics include credit and credit scores, budgeting, cash flow management, understanding financial statements and building relationships with lenders.

Blueprint Reading Intro

DCB 2320

This introductory course to blueprint reading strengthens skills for ma-chine operators, purchasing personnel, supervisors, and inspectors to interpret the symbols and measurements that appear on engineering drawings. Hands-on exercises, sketching, and group projects will be included in lessons. The major topics of the course will be: line types, symbols, basic multi-views, dimensions, tolerances, an introduction to auxiliary views, assembly drawings, threads and fasteners.

Navigating Google Analytics

DCB 2324

Learn the basics of navigating the Google Analytics dashboard, interpret website traffic data and understand the general reporting structure. This course will also cover a basic understanding of traffic acquisition metrics, on site behavior data and conversion goals. It will also include a brief over-view on Google Search Console and Google Tag Manager.

BPI IDL Certification

DCB 7840

Infiltration and Duct Leakage (IDL) certification is a task-oriented credential that verifies a candidate can successfully conduct air infiltration and duct leakage tests to the ASTM E1554-07 standard. Sometimes referred to as Duct and Envelope Tightness (DET) on the training side, earning the IDL certification is a simple, comprehensive and affordable way for technicians of home builders, remodelers, HVAC and insulation contractors to gain the skills they need to offer duct leakage and blower door tests, in compliance with IECC energy codes for new home construction.

IDL Certification Field Exam

DCB 8380

Field exam for BPI IDL Certification for Duct and Envelope Tightness Testing Verification with BPI Building Analyst Training.

Defensive Driving

DDC 1101

Prevent and avoid accidents through techniques developed and up-dated by the National Safety Council and approved by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. This six-hour class may allow for a 10% savings on auto liability, no-fault, and collision insurance premiums for three years. You may also receive a reduction of up to four points on your driving record toward points accumulated prior to class completion.

Reiki Advanced

NCC 1730

This is level I and II of the six levels to Reiki Master/Teacher, the highest level of Reiki healing but is not exclusively for those wishing to go on to the master level. This class will enhance the Reiki energy with the Kundalini energy from within and you will learn breathing techniques to facilitate this. You will also receive two more ancient symbols for healing yourself and others.

Reiki II

NCC 1738

Receive the ancient initiations; the three Reiki II ancient symbols for heal-ing. Learn and practice distance and hands-on healing using these symbols. In Reiki I you learned to align and channel 10% of the Reiki healing energy. In Reiki II you are ready to channel 90% of the energy through the ancient initiations passed on by the Reiki Master.

Reiki 1 & Chakra

NCC 1750

Learn self-healing reiki 1, called SHODEN in Japan, the beginning teachings. Self-healing, quick healing in chairs, healing on tables covered with a focus on the meaning and important information about each chakra as it pertains to your own healing while you learn to help others to heal.

Spanish 1

NCC 1950

Basic skills will be achieved through interactive practice using common conversation. It is intended for people who want to communicate in Spanish at work, in a social setting, in a school environment or while traveling. Note: No previous knowledge of Spanish is required.

Spanish II

NCC 2000

Designed for those who want to improve and polish their Spanish skills for conversational, real life situations. The instructor adapts the course content to the level of the students in the class. Prerequisite: Spanish I or permission of the instructor.

Tattoo Illustration

NCC 2037

Interested in the illustrative world of tattoo design, thinking of becoming a tattoo artist, or wanting to improve your present skills, this course is for you. Explore the many different genres and styles as well as the perfect layout and placement. Enhance your drawing, design and conceptual ideals. Working with clients and building a strong portfolio will also be covered. See your email receipt for list of materials.

Write, Release, Retail

NCC 2084

WRITE, RELEASE, RETAIL: HOW TO BECOME AN INDIE AUTHOR Publishing your work and launching it into the literary marketplace is easier than ever now with the advent of self-publishing platforms like Kindle, Create Space, Kobo, Smashwords, and others. Aspiring authors have many opportunities to sell their work to readers all over the world via online booksellers. Join Marianne Sciucco, author of Blue Hydrangeas and Swim Season, as she explains how to start your project; create a publishable manuscript; choose your publishing partners; build your social media platform; and promote and market your work. This class is recommended for anyone interested in self-publishing a novel, memoir, children's book, or non-fiction work.

Applied Lessons - 30 Minutes

NCC 2115

Private lessons are available on guitar, bass, strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, and jazz improvisation. If there an instrument not listed that you are interested in learning or sharpening your skills on then contact communitymusic@sunyulster.edu. The lessons are offered in 5-lesson sessions. They meet once a week and are held at the Stone Ridge Campus in the Vanderlyn Building in the music area. Make-up lessons will only be rescheduled if the instructor misses a lesson or if you provide 12-hour notice of an upcoming missed lesson. There will be no make-ups for no-shows or late cancellations.

Applied Lessons - 45 Minutes

NCC 2116

Private lessons are available on guitar, bass, strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, and jazz improvisation. If there an instrument not listed that you are interested in learning or sharpening your skills on then contact communitymusic@sunyulster.edu. The lessons are offered in 5-lesson sessions. They meet once a week and are held at the Stone Ridge Campus in the Vanderlyn Building in the music area. Make-up lessons will only be rescheduled if the instructor misses a lesson or if you provide 12-hour notice of an upcoming missed lesson. There will be no make-ups for no-shows or late cancellations.

Applied Lessons - 60 Minutes

NCC 2117

Private lessons are available on guitar, bass, strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, and jazz improvisation. If there an instrument not listed that you are interested in learning or sharpening your skills on then contact communitymusic@sunyulster.edu. The lessons are offered in 5-lesson sessions. They meet once a week and are held at the Stone Ridge Campus in the Vanderlyn Building in the music area. Make-up lessons will only be rescheduled if the instructor misses a lesson or if you provide 12-hour notice of an upcoming missed lesson. There will be no make-ups for no-shows or late cancellations.


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