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English For Speakers of Other Language (ESOL) High Beginning – low intermediate level (CRN 13665)
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English For Speakers of Other Language (ESOL) High Beginning – low intermediate level (CRN 13665)

$125

with Sarina Alves

Calendar Current session started Jan 25, 2021 at 6 pm, runs for 10 weeks

Do you want to improve your English skills to prepare for college or a better career? Then these classes are for you!

Study the English language at the beginning to advanced levels. These classes will help you develop and expand your English language skills in preparation for the next level.

In these classes you will:

  • Improve your reading and writing skills  
  • Improve your speaking and listening skills
  • Study and apply English grammar rules      
  • Increase your English vocabulary and improve your study skills

GED/HiSET Test Preparation-Mathematics

Free

with Dottie Hays

Calendar Current session started Mar 1, 2021 , runs for 52 weeks
3 additional sessions through May 1, 2021

This course will prepare you to successfully take the Mathematics portion of GED or HiSET exam.  These are online, self-paced modules that are taught by live instructors on video.  An advisor will provide support, answer your questions, and assist you with your choices during the orientation process of the program. Enrollment begins on August 1, 2020, but is ongoing. You can register for any of our GED/HiSET classes beginning on August 1 or throughout the year, when you are ready.  You may take the math portion of the HiSET or GED exam as soon as you are ready to pass the test and you may enroll in more than one subject area at a time.

For assistance registering, please contact Kate Ashworth, Education & Career Advisor- Text: 508-639-0014 / Call: 774-357-3769 / Email: Katie.ashworth@bristolcc.edu

GED/HiSET Test Preparation-Science

Free

with Kate Ashworth

Calendar Current session started Mar 1, 2021
2 additional sessions through May 1, 2021

This course will prepare you to successfully take the Science portion of GED or HiSET exam.  These are online, self-paced modules that are taught by live instructors on video. An advisor will provide support, answer your questions, and assist you with your choices during the orientation process of the program.  Enrollment begins on August 1, 2020, but is ongoing. You can register for any of our GED/HiSET classes beginning on August 1 or throughout the year, when you are ready.  You may take the Science portion of the HiSET or GED exam as soon as you are ready to pass the test and you may enroll in more than one subject area at a time.

For assistance registering, please contact Kate Ashworth, Education & Career Advisor- Text: 508-639-0014 / Call: 774-357-3769 / Email: Katie.ashworth@bristolcc.edu

GED/HiSET Test Preparation-Social Studies

Free

with Kate Ashworth

Calendar Current session started Mar 1, 2021
3 additional sessions through May 1, 2021

This course will prepare you to successfully take the Social Studies portion of GED or HiSET exam.  These are online, self-paced modules that are taught by live instructors on video. An advisor will provide support, answer your questions, and assist you with your choices during the orientation process of the program. Enrollment begins on August 1, 2020, but is ongoing. You can register for any of our GED/HiSET classes beginning on August 1 or throughout the year, when you are ready.  You may take the Social Studies portion of the HiSET or GED exam as soon as you are ready to pass the test and you may enroll in more than one subject area at a time.

For assistance registering, please contact Kate Ashworth, Education & Career Advisor- Text: 508-639-0014 / Call: 774-357-3769 / Email: Katie.ashworth@bristolcc.edu

Youth High School Equivalency Preparation Program

Free

with Carolyn Osborne

Calendar Current session started Mar 1, 2021 at 11 am

Provides eligible students with high school equivalency test preparation, mentoring, job shadowing/internships, career planning, assistance with high school equivalency test costs, and opportunities to transition into college or a career path, including the possibility of taking free college-credit courses in a desired degree or certificate program. This program is offered fully online. 

 

Excel Bootcamp for Intermediate Users
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Excel Bootcamp for Intermediate Users

$99

Microsoft Excel is a complex program that offers so much. Mastering Excel tools can assist students in applying their individual need for data processing for desired results. The pain of stumbling through your daily tasks can be daunting without a respected knowledge of the Excel program and what it is capable of. This course will start with a quick overview of the basics, building a solid foundation that will give you further knowledge as you progress into intermediate and advanced level topics.

Upon completion of this course, students will have a strong understanding of the most widely used Excel tools and apply Excel tasks with efficiency and grace.

Creating effective spreadsheets includes: Managing large sets of data Mastering the use of some of Excel's most popular and highly sought after functions (SUM, VLOOKUP, IF, AVERAGE, INDEX/MATCH and many more...)

Create dynamic report with Excel PivotTables Automate your day to day Excel tasks by grasping the power of Macros and VBA

Time and Priority Management in the World of the “New Norm”

$25

with David Meyerovitz

Calendar Next available session starts Apr 13, 2021 at 5:30 pm

Approximately 30 % of the American workforce are currently working remotely. What was once the privilege of a trusted few is now the new reality for millions of professionals, a situation unlikely to alter.  

Today there’s no boss looking over your shoulder but there are more distractions, e.g., children and partners sharing space, or inadequate home internet services. There are other remote work challenges such as difficulties collaborating, setting agendas, accountability, and using and learning new technologies. Remote workers also need to develop a new mindset and practice, all while missing the advantages of working with peers.  

Please join with us to master the tasks of working remotely. We’ll share with you via presentation and exercises how to become an effective remote worker, improving your personal and professional life. 

Microsoft Office 365 Part 1: Introduction to SharePoint and TEAMS
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Microsoft Office 365 Part 1: Introduction to SharePoint and TEAMS

$99

with Julie Delcourt

This course will give you an introduction on how to use both SharePoint Online Team Sites and OneDrive for Business that are part of Office 365. The course material is intended for students currently working with Office 365 inside a business. SharePoint and Teams work in tandem and learning the innerworkings and features of these applications can assist in time saving productivity methods that can streamline the processes in place for approvals and workflows within the new virtual world surrounding everything. Look at the value of creating document libraries, lists and using a site to communicate with your outer circles. Communication being the key to almost any success, this course will assist our students with a strong comprehension of features and benefits specific to how SharePoint and Teams within the Office 365 platform work together.





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