Courses

39 courses found when searching within the Non-Credit semester.

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TASC

CFA 1101

This course is a comprehensive review for students wanting to receive their High School Equivalency Diploma. Students will prepare to take the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC™). This test replaced the GED® test for New York State in 2014. The focus of the classes will be on reading/writing, science, social studies, and, mathematics. TASC™ testing is determined by pre-test scores and instructor recommendation. Students may require more than one session of preparation prior to testing. This class will include homework. The required book for this course is TASC Prep Fourth Edition with 2 Practice Tests by Kaplan.

TASC II

CFA 1102

This course is for students who have progressed though TASC™ but need additional review in order to sit for the TASC™ exam. This course will in-clude review of reading/writing, science, social studies, and mathematics. This class will include homework. The required book for this course is TASC Prep Fourth Edition with 2 Practice Tests by Kaplan.

CASAC - Section II

DCB 1038

Provides an in-depth understanding of the theories and practice of individual, family and group counseling of substance use disorders. Learn to recognize substance use disorders using the DSM-V, identify risk factors for prevention, and relapse. Cultivate techniques that enhance cultural competence and the principles of group and family counseling with individuals that have substance use disorders. You will be introduced to the use of addiction medications for individuals with co-occurring disorders, for the suppression of withdrawal, and to relieve cravings. (Fulfills 150 hours in Section II) *This class will meet remotely via Zoom.

Notary Public Workshop

DCB 1260

This class, endorsed by the American Society of Notaries, prepares students to pass the New York State notary exam and provides a comprehensive view of the notary public office. Instructor: E. Haddeland, Esq., is a licensed attorney and notary public in New York State.

Start Your Own Business

DCB 1400

This seminar provides students with a checklist for starting a small business and includes personal assessment; How to register a new business; Employer ID numbers; NYS and NYC permits and licenses; Business insurance and much more! If you want to start a business but wonder hot to go about doing it, this seminar is for you. Learn what makes a successful startup possible as well as what must be in place to keep the business running successfully.

CASAC Fast Track Evening I-II

DCB 1686

Section II: Alcoholism and substance abuse counseling (150 hours) Section II includes the study of the theory and practice of both group and individual counseling. Through experiential learning and group activities, students will consider the cultural competence needed for culturally sensitive treatment. Student will reflect on the specific prevention and treatment needs of particular populations. Class participants will look at theories of human development and how they relate to substance abuse and be introduced to the practice of working with affected family members and significant others.

CASAC Fast Track Evening II-I

DCB 1721

Students enrolled in SUNY Ulster’s evening program are able to complete their 350 educational hours in 12 months. For no class and alternate class dates, see information provided below for each section. Instructor: D. Hale, CASAC, CPP

CASAC Fast Track Evening II-II

DCB 1722

Students enrolled in SUNY Ulster’s evening program are able to complete their 350 educational hours in 12 months. For no class and alternate class dates, see information provided below for each section. Instructor: D. Hale, CASAC, CPP

CASAC Fast TrackEvening II-III

DCB 1723

Students enrolled in SUNY Ulster’s evening program are able to complete their 350 educational hours in 12 months. For no class and alternate class dates, see information provided below for each section. Instructor: D. Hale, CASAC, CPP

CASAC Fast Track Evening II-IV

DCB 1724

Students enrolled in SUNY Ulster’s evening program are able to complete their 350 educational hours in 12 months. For no class and alternate class dates, see information provided below for each section. Instructor: D. Hale, CASAC, CPP

Building Analyst Training

DCB 1842

Prepares students to perform whole house energy assessments, identifying a building’s problems at the root cause and prescribing and prioritizing solutions based on building science principles. Upon successful completion of the written and field exams, students receive Building Analyst Certification. Approved by New York State Bureau of Veterans Education for payment of VA Education Benefits. Approved for 8.5 BPI CEUs. This class will be delivered via Remote Learning via Zoom on Mon-Wed. On Thurs the class will be held at the Kelder Center located on our Stone Ridge Campus. Written exams will either be done via ZoomPro or in person at the Kingston Center Campus on Friday following guidance from BPI. Prerequisite: Basic building science background strongly recommended. Reference textbook: Residential Energy ISBN: 9781880120231 *This course is being offered at a reduced rate through a grant opportunity from NYSERDA. Students who reside outside of New York State and students who live in the following New York State locations are NOT eligible for this discounted rate: all of Long Island, Akron, Andover, Angelica, Arcade, Bath, Bergen, Boonville, Brocton, Castile, Churchville, Endicott, Fairport, Frankfort, Greene, Groton, Hamilton, Holley, Ilion, Lake Placid, Little Valley, Marathon, Massena, Mayville, Mohawk, Penn Yan, Village of Philadelphia, Plattsburgh, Richmondville, Rouses Point, Salamanca, Silver Springs, Skaneateles, Solvay, Spencerport, Springville, Theresa, Tupper Lake, Watkins Glen, Wellsville, Westfield. If you live in any of the above mentioned locations and you are still interested in registering for this course at the full $995, please contact our registration team directly at: 845-339-2025

CNC Programming Mill & Lathe

DCB 2213

This hybrid course covers the fundamentals of machining metals starting with manual mill and lathe and advancing towards a three axis mill and lathe. Using CNC Programming and an online CNC Learning System students will be introduced to the fundamentals of set-up and operation of mills and lathes (Haas Toolroom Mill and Lathe). A hands-on practical demonstration of skills learned is required. Textbook and online access to learning system included in course price. Mandatory lab is held at BOCES on Tues from 5:30-7:30pm as listed. All other learning in done online. Material needed: USB Memory Stick Optional tools: 1” micrometer and Vernier caliper

Appetite for a Food Business

DCB 2263

This class is for the person who loves to cook and has some amazing recipes that they want to share with the world. Whether it is a restaurant, bakery, food truck, or stand, this class will provide a “soup-to-nuts” over-view of the process of the planning required opening a food establishment. Topics will include regulatory issues, start-up considerations, personnel requirements, menu planning, financial projections, marketing, and financing. Learn from “well-seasoned” business adviser from the Small Business Development Center who work with aspiring food service entrepreneurs on a regular basis.

Financial Literacy

DCB 2319

Financial literacy is an important aspect of running a business; it is about knowing your finances, where the money comes from and how is it spent. A sustainable business relies on a strong foundation of financial stability. Financial literacy also helps entrepreneurs to understand the difference between one’s personal finances versus business finances; this helps in the better management of money for one’s personal needs and have sufficient amount for running the business. Topics include credit and credit scores, budgeting, cash flow management, understanding financial statements and building relationships with lenders.

BPI Building Science Principle

DCB 2323

Earning the Building Science Principles (BSP) Certificate of Knowledge is your first step into the world of energy efficient home performance. You will learn some of the widely-used industry terminology related to building science. Building science demonstrates how various components of a home interact to affect the home’s overall performance. Understanding the relationships between the building envelope, heating, A/C, insulation, mechanical ventilation, lighting, appliances and other systems of the home will enable you to assist yourself and others. Learn how these systems affect the comfort, health and safety of occupants and durability of the home. Discover why improving the energy efficiency of the home should be the first step toward solar, geothermal, or other renewable energy improvements. Course price includes study materials and certificate exam. *This course is being offered at a reduced rate through a grant opportunity from NYSERDA. Students who reside outside of New York State or students who live in the following New York State locations are NOT eligible for this discounted rate: all of Long Island, Akron, Andover, Angelica, Arcade, Bath, Bergen, Boonville, Brocton, Castile, Churchville, Endicott, Fairport, Frankfort, Greene, Groton, Hamilton, Holley, Ilion, Lake Placid, Little Valley, Marathon, Massena, Mayville, Mohawk, Penn Yan, Village of Philadelphia, Plattsburgh, Richmondville, Rouses Point, Salamanca, Silver Springs, Skaneateles, Solvay, Spencerport, Springville, Theresa, Tupper Lake, Watkins Glen, Wellsville, Westfield.


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