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September 10, 2013

WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS

QuickBooks for Business Workshop (ACCT 2195 AC1 #73677) - Thursdays 9/12-9/26 (5:30 – 9:30 p.m. Anderson Hall) Learn tips and tricks for using QuickBooks to manage your accounting records, freeing up time for you to grow your business. This In-Depth Workshop will help you succeed! Pre-Req: ACC-110 or prior experience using QuickBooks. Cost: $125  For more details please contact: Paulette Parkhill at 540.857.6514 pparkhill@virginiawestern.edu

Intermediate AutoDesk Revit (CADD-2152 AC1 #74970) Classes to be held Thursdays: 9/26 - 11/14 (6:00 p.m. – 9:45 p.m. Webber Hall) -  This eight session non-credit course will expand on the knowledge of the foundations of Revit and further develop integrated floor plans, coordinate systems, drawing families, massing, extruding, dimensions, creation and editing. PreReq: AutoCAD experience Text Used: Design Integration Using AutoDesk Revit 2013 (Textbook not required) Cost: $250 Contact Paulette Parkhill at 540.857.6514 or pparkhill@virginiawestern.edu

Retirement Planning Today Workshops (FINL 2517 AC1 and AC2) - Tuesdays 10/15 and 10/22  Or Thursdays 10/17 and 10/24 ( 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Natural Science Center) - Learn how to determine the amount of money you need to retire. Create your own goals for a successful retirment. Eliminate debt and improve cash flow. Class sizes are limited be sure to register today! Advance registration is required. Spouses welcome at no additional charge. Class will be rescheduled or cancelled to run at a later date if it does not meet the required 3 minimum registrations. Cost $59. Contact Paulette Parkhill 540-857-6514 or pparkhill@virginiawestern.edu

Project Management Exam Prep (BUSC 2507 - AC2 #67189) Thursday 10/10/13 - 12/19/13 (6:00pm-9:30pm) - This course is designed to introduce students to the concepts of project management as defined within PMI.org, the accreditation body for project management. Students must furnish their own textbooks. Contact Paulette Parkhill 540-857-6514 or pparkhill@virginiawestern.edu

Online Sewing/Tailoring (LLRN 2700 ACV1 #74796) follow link for more details http://virginiawestern.edu/workforce/classes/sewing.php -  Suggestion is to take this class along with the Pattern Drafting class - (8 sessions for 6 weeks - held 1 session/week for 4 weeks and 2 sessions/week for 2 weeks) Cost $96  Classes taught by a master tailor with more than 35 years of professional experience. Mr. Stiles was former Supervisor and Head Tailor for: Giorgio Armani, Polo-Ralph Lauren, Bigsby & Kruthers, Brittany LTD., Turner Bros., Whitehouse & Hardy, and others. No Pre-Requisites.  No sewing experience is required. You will need a sewing machine. Materials list will be provided on the first day of class. (Supplies cost are not included in the price of the course). Contact Paulette Parkhill 540-857-6514 or pparkhill@virginiawestern.edu for registration details.

Online Pattern Drafting (LLRN ACV1) follow link for more details http://virginiawestern.edu/workforce/classes/sewing.php - Suggestion is to take this class along with the Sewing/Tailoring class (8 sessions for 6 weeks - held 1 session/week for 4 weeks and 2 sessions/week for 2 weeks) Cost: $96  Classes taught by a master tailor with more than 35 years of professional experience. Mr. Stiles was former Supervisor and Head Tailor for: Giorgio Armani, Polo-Ralph Lauren, Bigsby & Kruthers, Brittany LTD., Turner Bros., Whitehouse & Hardy, and others. No Pre-Requisites.  No sewing experience is required. You will need a sewing machine. Materials list will be provided on the first day of class. (Supplies cost are not included in the price of the course). Contact Paulette Parkhill 540-857-6514 or pparkhill@virginiawestern.edu for registration details.

Industrial Maintenance Technician (17 Weeks, 20 Hours/Week, 340 Total Hours) This VWCC Quick Connect Intensive Industrial Maintenance Technician's program introduces students to the knowledge and skills they will need to work in manufacturing or industrial plants. Entry level industrial maintenance technicians call upon a variety of skills in electronics, mechanical and digital systems to repair and maintain large and complex machines. Through on-line, classroom and hands-on training, students will build skills in an array of mechanical, electrical and technological areas including welding and maintenance, mechanical systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, and electrical control systems. Students will use a variety of resources including Tooling University from the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. For additional program information, please contact Leah Coffman at 857-6678; James Smith at 857-6273; or contact a VWCC Career Transition Coach at 857-6296 (Deb Squire) or 857-6279 (Amanda Decker)