SOUTH HOLLAND, IL–South Suburban College’s Continuing Education Department is offering a variety of non-credit classes for area residents of all ages and interests. A new schedule of classes in areas such as creative arts, computers, professional development, and much more will begin June 20th and later at the Main Campus in South Holland and the Oak Forest Center (OFC).
The following classes represent only a portion of the available selections this summer:
ART E65-Textile Art Décor
Using a variety of fabrics, students will learn how to create a unique piece of artwork. This workshop will explore textile variations, colors, and unlimited creativity with fabric. There is an additional charge of $20 to be paid to instructor for frame materials on the first night of class. Also, students will be instructed what type of fabric to purchase during the first class.
|ART E65 730||12:00-4:00p||S||OFC-5240||Morrison||6/20|
|ART E65 731||12:00-4:00p||S||OFC-5240||Morrison||7/11|
|ART E65 732||12:00-4:00p||S||OFC-5240||Morrison||7/25|
|ART E65 733||12:00-4:00p||S||OFC-5240||Morrison||8/1|
|ART E65 734||12:00-4:00p||S||OFC-5240||Morrison||8/8|
BUS E03–Trade Worldwide in Nine Weeks
Students will learn what it takes to be self-employed in import or export (or both) of goods or services with this step-by-step hands-on nine week seminar delivered over the internet. Learn how to develop your product or service, find the best suppliers, best customers, work with banks, currency issues, insurance companies, government agencies and other trade entities. Weekly live sessions online and after the formal nine weeks’ course. Required textbook must be purchased online from instructor.
|BUS E03 730||8:00-10:00p||W||Online||Spiers||6/24-8/19|
EDU C18–Substitute Teaching as an Observational Career Path
Fee: $119, Prerequisite: EDU C17
This course is suitable for students considering substitute teaching as a career path or for current practitioners desiring to upgrade their teaching skills. It provides students with an opportunity to conduct classroom observations in elementary, middle and high school settings and to discuss learning outcomes observed in those classrooms. Students are responsible for their own placement and for individual school district requirements to visit and observe in classrooms to fulfill course requirements. Upon completion of both the seminar and the class a certificate of completion will be issued.
|EDU C18 730||9:00-12:00p||S||OFC-5760||Mertens||6/20-8/8|
FDS E10–Food Service Certification
This course is designed to assist the manager or potential manager of any food service operation to apply food service sanitation. Topics to be included are sanitation and health, sanitary food and food handling, safe food environment, sanitation and the customer, and sanitation management. Students must attend all class sessions-to be eligible to take exam. Once licensed, course must be taken every five years as part of the license renewal process. Required textbook is available in the college bookstore and must be purchased before first class meeting
|FDS E10 730||10:00-1:00p||MT||MA-2470||Jamison||6/22-6/30|
|FDS E10 731||5:00-8:00p||MT||MA-2470||Jamison||7/20-7/28|
Continuing Education at SSC is also offering courses to help fill the summer days with activities that will entertain and challenge children and young adults. The majority of the College for Kids classes scheduled for this summer will begin the week of June 22nd. In addition, SSC will offer a Jam Session Day Camp for $329, beginning on June 29, 2015. This four-week summer school program is less than $5 per hour for academics and fun enrichment programs three days a week.
Students with classes totaling $100 or more may be eligible for the FACTS deferred tuition payment plan. Access class schedule online from www.ssc.edu to search the Summer Continuing Education Schedule, or call (708) 596-2000, ext. 2231.