WDCE Summer Course Guide 2014 - page 3

Register 24/7 at
wdce.tmcc.edu
Train for a rewarding career
that makes a difference in our
community! This popular program
is designed to provide you with
relevant instruction to help propel
your career.
For details or to view the required
classes for the grant writing
certificate, visit wdce.tmcc.edu
and click on “Programs We Offer.”
Earn your Grant Writing
Certificate in just one year!
Project Management
Maximize your chances of securing
future grant money and building
long-term sustainability for your non-
profit agency. Learn how crucial it is to
plan for and efficiently manage grant
funding, to collect and analyze data that
quantifies your success, and to follow
through with those who have funded
your project.
4/19
S
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
French
TMCCMeadowoodCenter S320
$159
Nonprofit Success Secrets
—Building a Strong Board
Strengthen your board of directors
and make your organization more
successful. Find out how you can
be a more effective member while
learning about recruitment, policies,
ethics and legalities.
4/26
S
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
French
TMCCMeadowoodCenter S320
$159
HOT!
Health Careers
Pharmacy Technician
In just 50 hours, gain the training you
need to take the Pharmacy Technician
Certification Board’s Exam and be
well on your way to a new career. The
U.S. Department of Labor Statistics
predicts job growth in this field at 32
percent through 2020, with starting
pay averaging $14 an hour. Work
under the supervision of a registered
pharmacist in hospitals, home infusion
pharmacies, pharmacies and other
health care settings. Learn medical
terminology specific to your new
occupation, reading and interpreting
prescriptions and defining drugs by
generic and brand names. Find how
to calculate dosages, IV flow rates,
drug compounding, dose conversions,
dispensing of prescriptions, inventory
control, billing and reimbursement.
6/17-8/5
T,TH
5:30 - 9 p.m.
TMCCMeadowoodCenter S315
$999
GrantWriting andNon - Profit Management • Health Careers
B
Learn to save lives with CPR
Be prepared for emergencies
by learning CPR and first aid.
TMCC regularly offers American
Heart Association CPR with
the use of automated external
defibrillator classes, as well
as instruction in first aid.
Certifications are
good for two years.
Find out more about these
courses held at TMCC’s Dandini
Campus by contacting the CPR
department at
or 789-5432.
TMCC offers free or low cost
programs to help you gain skills
and achieve success through:
English as a second language,
high school equivalency exam
preparation, literacy tutoring,
and college and career
transition classes.
Call us today at 829-9044 to find
out about our next orientation!
Improve your English and basic
education skills or earn your high
school equivalency at TMCC!
“I enjoyed the instructor and
he was very good at making
connections to make it easier for
us to comprehend.”
– Reilly N., pharmacy student
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