Spring 2010 Catalog
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PALM BEACH COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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Students must register and pay for each course before theyattend the first class meeting. Students may register onlineor in person at one of our four campus locations. Tuition isthe same for Florida residents and non-Florida residents.There is no admissions fee.
To register on the Web for continuing education courses:
1. Go to www.pbcc.edu/cce.xml
2. Click on the Register for a Class link.
If you are a current or previous continuing educationstudent and know your student ID and PIN/password click,go to PantherWeb.
If you know your student ID but can't remember yourPIN/password, click on PIN/Password Reset for directions.
If you have never attended or applied to PBCC before, youneed to complete an application. Click on the Apply Onlinelink. When you complete and submit the application, youwill be directed to PantherWeb.
3. Log on to PantherWeb and click on Registration.
4. Third Party PaymentsStudents must supply written confirmation from thirdparty payor before registering for class.
Textbooks are available online or at the bookstore. Please note: The campus bookstores are closed on Saturdays.
Dont forget to pick up your parking decal!See question 5 under Frequently Asked Questions.
1. Can I register at one campus for classes on anothercampus?Yes. You can register for any PBCC class at any PBCC campuslocation. You can also register online at www.pbcc.edu/cce.xml
2. My class was cancelled. How do I get my refund? Refunds are mailed automatically unless you register for a classin its place. Refunds will either be issued back to the credit/debit card that was used or mailed to you in the form of acheck.
REFUND POLICY: Students who wish to drop a class must do sobefore the start date in order to receive a 100 percent refund.To drop a class, go to www.pbcc.edu/cce.xml or go in personto any campus registrars office.
3. When will I get my refund? Refunds are typically issued within 3-4 weeks after theadd/drop period as stated in the College catalog.
4. What is the difference between college credit andnoncredit classes?Credit classes count toward graduation in certain programs ofstudy. Noncredit classes are primarily for job advancement,enhancement or training.
5. How do I get a parking decal?To obtain a parking decal, all students taking noncredit classeswill need to present a paid receipt or schedule showing thatclasses have been paid for. Students will receive one decal thatwill be good for the current academic year. There will be a $5fee for replacement decals or additional decals for secondvehicles.
Parking decals can be obtained from the Security Office at theLake Worth and Palm Beach Gardens locations, or from theCashiers Office at the Boca Raton and Belle Glade locations.
Cars that have a PBCC parking decal MAY NOT park in VISITORor RESERVED parking spaces or they will receive a ticket.
more CEUs!Each health board has been assigned a symbol which will now designate the State of Florida board approvals. The CEU providerinformation will now be included under each course description. The key for these codes can be found on page 13.
Additionally, the CCE department is developing new opportunities for health professionals to obtain CEUs for many of the courses in thisschedule...Please be sure to to look for new updates!
Thank you for choosing PBCC for your continuing education needs.
Quickbook BasicsCWO 0128 $79.00This course is aimed at the business professional. Itintroduces QuickBooks features including managingrevenue, expenses, payroll processing, book inventoryand more. (12 hours)
Approved boards (see pg 11): C, H, P, ZREF# DAY DATE TIME LOCATION
129946 R 5/14 - 6/4 6:00p-9:00p LW
This class meets every Thursday,May 14 to June 4 from 6-9 p.m.at the Lake Worth campus.
Frequently Asked QuestionsHow to Register...
6 digit referencenumber
BG=BELLE GLADE BR=BOCA RATON LW=LAKE WORTH PBG=PALM BEACH GARDENSM=MONDAY T=TUESDAY W=WEDNESDAY R=THURSDAY F=FRIDAY S=SATURDAY
To register for Online CCE-Learning courses, see Page 22 for special instructions.
BUSINESS, INDUSTRY & GOVERNMENTACCOUNTING & FINANCE
ADMINISTRATIVE/OFFICE SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS
SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER (SBDC)
GRAPHIC DESIGN & WEB
CULINARY & HOSPITALITY
HEALTH SCIENCESMANDATORY EDUCATION
CERTIFIED ADDICTIONS PROFESSIONAL
HEALTH AND WELLNESS
MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
INSTITUTE OF TEACHER EDUCATION
LANGUAGE CONNECTIONS INSTITUTEESOL FOR GENERAL PURPOSES (EGP)
ESOL FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES (EBP)
ESOL FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES (ESP)
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
ONLINE CCE-LEARNINGACCOUNTING & FINANCE
CHILD CARE AND PARENTING
COMMUNICATION AND WRITING
CULINARY / HOSPITALITY
ONLINE CCE-LEARNING continuedFINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
GREEN BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
HEALTH CONTINUING EDUCATION
MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION
TRADE AND INDUSTRY
PUBLIC SAFETYEMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
REAL ESTATEREAL ESTATE CE
REAL ESTATE CONDOS
TRADE & INDUSTRIALCONSTRUCTION
COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING (CAD)
COMMUNITY SERVICESCHILDREN FIRST
CURSOS EN ESPAOLCULINARY & HOSPITALITY
LEARNING UNLIMITEDART, MUSIC & LITERATURE
FASHION & BEAUTY
FINANCE MATTERS & MORE
FITNESS, NUTRITION & HEALTH
SELF-HELP & PERSONAL IMPROVEMENT
WORLD HISTORY, CULTURE & PHILOSOPHY
CORPORATE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
WO R K F O R C EA L L I A N C E CAREER CENTERS
Individuals may apply for training scholar-ships to obtain marketable skills or upgradetheir current skills. These scholarships arebased on eligibility criteria and availabilityof funds.
For more information or for a list of pro-grams funded by the scholarship program,contact the Workforce Alliance CareerCenter nearest you or visit its Web site atwww.pbcalliance.com.
Central Career Center(561) 340-1060
South Career Center(561) 853-0181
West Career Center(561) 829-2040
Workforce Alliance Administrative Office(561) 340-1061
Professional Placement Network at theWorkforce Alliance South Career Center(561) 292-6000
Professional Placement Network at theWorkforce Alliance Central Career Center(561) 340-1055
Job Order Hotline1-800-556-JOBS (5627) or 561-340-1051 www.pbcc.edu/cce.xml
Taxation of Individuals 1BEO 0348 $69.80Learn basic federal individual tax preparation job skills.Upon completion, you will learn the mechanics both byhand and by using a professional tax software to beable to prepare a basic individual income tax return.You will also have knowledge of recent tax lawchanges, overlooked deductions, and an overview ofcommon tax preparation mistakes. (15 hours)REF# DAY DATE TIME LOCATION
133478 M W 1/11-1/27 6:00p-9:00p LW
134006 T W R 1/12-1/21 6:00p-9:00p BR
134007 S 1/16-2/6 9:00a-2:00p BR
Taxation of Individuals 2BEO 0349 $69.80Prerequisite: Taxation of Individuals 1 or equivalent.
Expand on your tax preparation skills both by hand andby using a professional tax software. You will be learn-ing topics that will include business income and expens-es; rental income and expenses; depreciation; andrecent tax law changes. You will learn how to prepareSchedule C and E of the 1040. (15 hours)REF# DAY DATE TIME LOCATION
133479 M W 2/1-2/15 6:00p-9:00p LW
Taxation of Corporations andPartnershipsBEO 0350 $65.00Prerequisite: A basic knowledge of depreciation andfinancial statements is necessary to successfully partici-pate in this course.
Advance your skills in federal tax preparation by learn-ing the basics of corporate and partnership returns.Using both paper forms and professional tax software,you will gain experience in preparing basic businessentity returns and survey the laws that affect them.You will learn how to prepare Forms 1120, 1120S, 1065,and Schedule K-1 for small companies. (15 hours)REF# DAY DATE TIME LOCATION
133480 M W 2/17-3/3 6:00p-9:00p LW
Bookkeeping Essentials IAKO 01