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Cape Cod Horticulture 101: The Science of Gardening on Cape Cod - Series (WPG684-64)

$329

with Diane Guidebeck

Calendar Current session started Mar 4, 2024

Register for all three, Cape Cod Horticulture 101: The Science of Gardening on Cape Cod sessions at a savings!

Do you have a green thumb or always wished you had one? Whether developing your own business, working in the industry or even in your own back yard, Horticulturist, Diane Guidebeck, will help move you from the practice of growing to the science of growing. Learn how to successfully raise, care for, and manage your plants in today’s ever-changing environment, including soil condition, varying water levels, temperature changes and seasonal issues within our region, and their effects they have on your trees, bushes, and gardens.

With 4Cs, Cape Cod Horticulture 101 Program, you will learn to understand things like soil composition, how to incorporate plants into our native habitat, types of planting, when to prune & transplant, insects & disease and more.

Each 4-part session will provide three weekly, 2-hour lectures, and a 2-hour field trip relating to the session’s topics.  Lectures will be held in person on Mondays, from 5-7pm (with the exception of Tue., 10/10) and field trips on Saturdays, from 9-11am.

Topics include:

Session 1: Mon., 3/4, 3/11 & 3/18, 5-7pm and Sat., 3/23, 9-11am
Do you want some insight into the plant kingdom? Learn the differences and how to properly prune?

The Difference in Plants and How to Tell Them Apart

  • Do you know the difference in trees, shrubs, vines and perennials/annuals?
  • What is an evergreen, broadleaf evergreen, deciduous plant?
  • Using co-planting/companion plantings?
  • How are plants dispersed in nature?

Pruning Hydrangeas, Roses and All Other Plants 

  • What is the proper way to prune effectively?
  • What are the tools needed to safely and correctly prune?
  • Learn about the proper time to prune.


Session 2: Mon., 4/1, 4/8 & 4/22, 5-7pm and Sat., 4/27, 9-11am (no class 4/15)
I see something different. Is it ok? Knowing the good or bad of all that crawls, slithers or munches.

Do You Know What is Attacking the Plant World?

  • Insects: The good and the bad
  • Is it a disease or a natural occurrence?
  • What is BMP, IPM of cultural practices in the plant world?

What is the Good, the Bad and the Ugly in the Plant World?

  • What is native/invasive?
  • What is considered a natural?
  • Is it a friend or a foe? Find out the secret!

 

Session 3: Mon., 4/29, 5/6 & 5/13, 5-7pm and Sat., 5/18, 9-11am
Do you want to know how things grow and what makes them grow?  Find out what is important and what is within the soil, and how to be a good steward.

All That is Above and Below the Surface and Proper Transplanting Practices

  • The important in nutrients and ph levels
  • How to have the soil tested?
  • What is loam/dirt made of?How to transplant plants

What are the Different Types of Gardens and their Purpose in Design 

  • Sun
  • Shade
  • Ecological
  • Drought tolerant (xeriscape)
  • Edible

Course format:This course is offered in person.

Register for the full series, or choose to enroll in one or more of the individual sessions. To register for individual sessions, please click here.

American Sign Language 101 (WPG035-64)

$189

with Tom Driscoll

Calendar Current session started Mar 18, 2024 at 6 pm, runs for 8 weeks

ASL is a visual gestural language that is a native language among deaf individuals. This class is geared towards people who are new to American Sign Language or those who have an elementary introduction and wish to expand their knowledge. The goal is to take students with  little or no knowledge of ASL and Deaf Culture and provide them with the skills needed to communicate comfortably in a variety of situations in the Deaf community.

Course Format
This course is offered in person. 

Financial Empowerment (WPG112-64)
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Financial Empowerment (WPG112-64)

$199

with Natalia Frois

This course is for anyone who wants to improve how they handle their finances!

Having control of your personal and business financial picture is essential in life. This course will teach you the skills and strategies needed to take control of your financial outlook and to better understand the value of money coming in and out of your household. You will learn how to track your income, how to understand credit reports and credit scores, how to create financial goals using SMART Goals method and much more. Workbook included.

Who Should Attend:
This is a great program for anyone, at any age, who is trying to manage their finances and set goals for financial stability.

Course Format:
This program is offered in person.

Dental Assisting Radiology

$519

with Arlene Alves

Calendar Next available session starts Apr 27, 2024

This hybrid course educates dental assistants in the fundamentals of dental radiology. This hands-on course is for participants who have some working experience in Dental Assisting and must be familiar with basic dental and dental radiology related terminology.

This course consists of a 20-hour online and 6-hour clinical lab comprised of learning modules, clinical simulation software and a final exam. Upon successful completion of all components of this course participants will be qualified to submit their application for certification to expose radiographs in dental practices in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to the Board of Registration in Dentistry. 30 CEUs available upon the successful completion of this course.

Course format: 

  • Online/didatic portion begins on Saturday, 4/27/2024
  • In person clinical lab runs Saturday, 5/18/2024 from 8am-3:30pm (including lunch break)

Cape Cod Horticulture 101: The Science of Gardening on Cape Cod (WPG682-64)

$119

with Diane Guidebeck

Calendar Next available session starts Apr 29, 2024 at 5 pm, runs for 3 weeks
1 additional session

Do you have a green thumb or always wished you had one? Whether developing your own business, working in the industry or even in your own back yard, Horticulturist, Diane Guidebeck, will help move you from the practice of growing to the science of growing.

Learn how to successfully raise, care for, and manage your plants in today’s ever-changing environment, including soil condition, varying water levels, temperature changes and seasonal issues within our region, and their effects they have on your trees, bushes, and gardens.

With 4Cs, Cape Cod Horticulture 101 Program, you will learn to understand things like soil composition, how to incorporate plants into our native habitat, types of planting, when to prune & transplant, insects & disease and more.

Each 4-part session will provide three weekly, 2-hour lectures, and a 2-hour field trip relating to the session’s topics.  Lectures will be held in person on Mondays, from 5-7pm and field trips on Saturdays, from 9-11am.

How to enroll:
Choose to enroll in each individual, 4-part session at $119 per session, or sign up for the 3-part series at a special package price! Special package pricing can be found here: Horticulture Series

Topics include:

Session 1: Mon., 3/4, 3/11 & 3/18, 5-7pm and Sat., 3/23, 9-11am
Do you want some insight into the plant kingdom? Learn the differences and how to properly prune?

The Difference in Plants and How to Tell Them Apart

  • Do you know the difference in trees, shrubs, vines and perennials/annuals?             
  • What is an evergreen, broadleaf evergreen, deciduous plant?
  • Using co-planting/companion plantings?
  • How are plants dispersed in nature?

Pruning Hydrangeas, Roses and All Other Plants 

  • What is the proper way to prune effectively?
  • What are the tools needed to safely and correctly prune?
  • Learn about the proper time to prune.


Session 2: 
Mon., 4/1, 4/8 & 4/22, 5-7pm and Sat., 4/28, 9-11am (no class 4/15)
I see something different. Is it ok? Knowing the good or bad of all that crawls, slithers or munches.

Do You Know What is Attacking the Plant World?

  • Insects: The good and the bad
  • Is it a disease or a natural occurrence?
  • What is BMP, IPM of cultural practices in the plant world?

What is the Good, the Bad and the Ugly in the Plant World?

  • What is native/invasive?
  • What is considered a natural?
  • Is it a friend or a foe? Find out the secret!


Session 3:
Mon., 4/29, 5/6 & 5/13, 5-7pm and Sat., 5/18, 9-11am
Do you want to know how things grow and what makes them grow?  Find out what is important and what is within the soil, and how to be a good steward.

All That is Above and Below the Surface and Proper Transplanting Practices

  • The important in nutrients and ph levels
  • How to have the soil tested?
  • What is loam/dirt made of?
  • How to transplant plants

What are the Different Types of Gardens and their Purpose in Design 

  • Sun
  • Shade
  • Ecological
  • Drought tolerant (xeriscape)
  • Edible


Course format:
This course is taught in person.

40 Hour Real Estate Salesperson Exam Prep (WRE038-66)

$499

with David Harris

Calendar Next available session starts May 7, 2024 at 9 am

Scholarships Available! With support from the Cotton Center for Real Estate Studies, we are able to offer a $400 scholarship based on student need. The scholarship reduces the cost per student to $99.

Massachusetts requires 40 hours of pre-license training prior to the real estate salesperson exam. This course will prepare students for the license exam. It is approved by the MA Board of Registration for fulfilling its licensing requirements. 

Who Should Attend?
Anyone who wishes to sit for the Massachusetts Real Estate Salesperson Exam.

Course Format: This program is offered in person. 

AHA Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers

$65

with Matt Malone

Calendar Next available session starts Jun 12, 2024 at 9 am

The AHA’s BLS course trains participants to promptly recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations and provide early use of an AED. Reflects science and education from the American Heart Association Guidelines Update for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC).

The AHA’s BLS Course is designed for healthcare professionals and other personnel who need to know how to perform CPR and other basic cardiovascular life support skills in a wide variety of in-facility and prehospital settings.

Class Format
This course is offered in person at Cape Cod Community College. Students will be notified of building and room location after completing the registration process. 

Questions
Contact Mary Conklin, Program Coordinator, at 508-375-5010 or mconklin@capecod.edu

Local Anesthesia Refresher

$249

with Denise Bridges

Calendar Next available session starts Jun 23, 2024 at 1 pm

This hands-on local anesthesia course will focus on updating skills in delivering injections. Time will be spent on the Inferior Alvelor Injection, Posterior Superior Alveolar injection and helpful injection technique tips for infiltration and nerve blocks. In order to register for this course, participants must hold current Massachusetts Permit Licensure. Participants must be able to serve as patients and receive as well as administer local anesthesia. 3 CEU's will be awarded upon completion.

You will learn to:
• Practice on our new state of the art local anesthesia simulator program
• Perform local anesthesia techniques commonly used by dental hygienists
• Practice nerve block injections such as inferior alveolar/lingual, mental, greater palatine, nasopalatine
• Learn about new anesthetic products


All participants must bring to class:

  • Current Dental Hygiene and Permit L licenses 
  • Copy of malpractice insurance certificate
  • Clinical attire (scrub tops and pants, clinical shoes, masks, gloves and safety glasses)

Who Should Attend?
Registered Dental Hygienists in need of continuing education credits (CEU's). Participants must hold current Massachusetts Permit Licensure.

Instructor:
Denise Parker-Bridges RDH, MHA

Location:
CCCC Main Campus, 22240 Iyannough Road, West Barnstable





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