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- NC Work Ready Community
- ED2GO Online Classes
- College & Career Readiness
- NCWorks Customized Training
- Public Safety
- Healthcare Programs
- American Sign Language
- Automotive Training
- Business and Administration
- Commercial Truck Driving (CDL)
- Culinary Arts
- Electrical Training
- Foreign Languages
- Forklift Training
- High School ACT Test Prep
- Medical Office Specialist
- NC Real Estate Classes
- Notary Public
- Substance Abuse Counselor
- Substitute Teacher Training
- Teacher Continuing Education
- Technology Training
- Human Resources Development
- A Cocktail Party
- A Danish Holiday Celebration
- A Hard Candy Christmas!
- A Seafood Dinner Party
- Biscuits and Quick Breads
- Cake Decorating 1
- Candle Making
- Carolina Shag Dancing
- Carving Skills
- Enjoying DSLR Photography
- Knife Skills
- Learn to Play Guitar
- Learn to Play Piano
- Line Dancing
- Making a Carolina Snowflake
- Making Monotype Prints
- Making Pralines
- NCMA Ebony Fashion Flair
- Opera: The Magic Flute
- Pamlico's Past
- Pies and Tarts, Sweet and Savory with Rachel K
- Small Engine Repair
- Soft Shell Crabs
- Tai Chi
- The Five Mother Sauces
- Tobacco Stick Stars with Sam Taylor
- Welding for Fun
- Wet Felting
- DDC-4 Defensive Driving
- Small Business Center
- Hyde County Davis Center
- Washington County Center
- Financial Aid
- Human Resources
- Institutional Effectiveness
- Student Records
- Student Life
PO Box 305, 33470 US Highway 264
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, 9:00am–2:00pm
Current Class Schedule:
Adult Basic Education & High School Equivalency
Adults with less than a high school education or adults who wish to improve academic achievement may enroll in classes scheduled at a variety
of times and places. Students performing from non-reader through eighth grade will start at their own level of proficiency and will be allowed to
proceed at their own speed until they achieve their goals. Those students performing on the high school level will review high school materials,
including mathematics, reading, writing skills, science and social studies, preparing them to take the High School Equivalency (HSE) tests. For more
information regarding Orientation please call Heather Collins at 252-940-6298.
6pm-9pm Tues/Thurs Fee: No Charge HCDC Classroom
Defensive Driving DDC-4
Learn to drive defensively for the sake of family, friends, and yourself in this four hour course! It’s important to get there safely and without incident. You want to recognize hazards, understand your defenses, and act correctly and in time to avoid problems on the highway. Everyone is safer when you drive defensively, and you will avoid costly traffic tickets. We are pleased with our new 4 hour Defensive Driving class, and the District Attorney is too. This class will also satisfy the requirement of many businesses which employ drivers. We are offering plenty of sections to meet your needs.
Section #27880 9am-1pm Saturday June 24 Fee: $65 4 hours HCDC Classroom
Section #27882 9am-1pm Saturday July 29 Fee: $65 4 hours HCDC Classroom
Section #27883 9am-1pm Saturday August 26 Fee: $65 4 hours HCDC Classroom
Section #28422 9am-1pm Saturday September 16 Fee: $65 4 hours HCDC Classroom
SUMMER ENRICHMENT CLASSES for Kids
Cupcake Decorating for Kids (Ages 7-10)
Would you like to learn how to decorate cupcakes? Students will learn to work with different decorating items to make cute creations. Decorating cupcakes will encourage culinary learning and help everyone have a fun and memorable experience.
Section #28362 9am-12pm Friday June 23 Fee: $25 3 hours HCDC Classroom
Internet Safety for Kids (Ages 8-14)
The internet is a great place to learn, shop, play games, and socialize. Kids may feel confident that they are safe, but predators and identity thieves know how to target them when they least expect it. This course will teach kids the importance of internet safety. Learn to stay safe from online predators and cyberbullies with increased confidence.
Section #28423 9am-12pm Wednesday June 21 Fee: $20 3 hours HCDC Computer Lab
It's Sew Fun! (Ages 9-14)
This course will teach you basic sewing techniques. Learn how to measure, cut, and stitch by machine. You will leave the class with the confidence and knowledge to create items on your own. You will need 1 yard of cotton fabric. You may bring your own, or pick from patterns provided in class. You will have a bright new pillow to decorate your room.
Section #28635 9am-12pm Tuesday July 11-25 Fee: $35 9 hours HCDC Classroom
Heartsaver CPR AED (Rising 6th-8th Grades)
This is a video-based, instructor-led, class that teaches both adult and child CPR and AED use, infant CPR, and how to relieve choking in adults, children, and infants. This course teaches skills with the American Heart Association’s research-proven practice-while-watching technique, which allows instructors to observe the students, provide feedback, and guide the students’ learning of skills. This is a great learning opportunity for youth working around children, elders, or who just want to learn how to be better prepared in the event of an emergency.
Section #27372 9am-12pm Thursday July 13 Fee: $25 3 hours HCDC Classroom
Safe Driving for Families (Ages 14 and Up)
Prospective and new drivers and their families are encouraged to take a thoughtful look at safe driving. All drivers who drive defensively make us safer! Learn why texting and driving don’t mix. Learn to recognize highway hazards, understand and appreciate defenses, and act correctly to avoid collisions. Avoid traffic tickets and drive defensively to always arrive alive.
Section #28369 5pm-9pm Monday June 26 Fee: $30 4 hours HCDC Classroom
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT CLASSES
Internet Safety for Adults
The internet makes it easy to find information, socialize with friends and family, and shop. Still, there are risks associated with these activities. Join
Donnie Shumate to learn how to protect personal information and keep your family safe as you navigate the world wide web.
Section #28370 6pm-9pm Thursday May 25 Fee: $20 3 hours HCDC Computer Lab
Unarmed Self Defense for Women
Basic unarmed self-defense for women helps increase feelings of security. The course will focus on self-awareness and understanding the tools
for basic escapes from attackers. Know how to avoid dangerous situations, and learn how to protect yourself should the need arise. Comfortable
clothing should be worn for practical exercises.
Section #28425 6pm-9pm Tuesday June 13 Fee: $50 3 hours HCDC Classroom
Come out and enjoy some fun! This sewing class will provide you with the basic knowledge that you will need to get started creating your own
personal items. You may bring fabric of your choice or pick from the patterns provided in class.
Section #28366 5:30pm-8:30pm Thursday Aug. 10-24 Fee: $35 9 hours HCDC Classroom
Making Beaded Jewelry
Join this class and make a pair of earrings and a bracelet using colorful beads. While you make this jewelry you will learn the basic beading and
crimping techniques to continue this enjoyable craft at home. And you will be proud to wear your new jewelry.
Section #28364 5:30pm-8:30pm Tuesday May 23 Fee: $30 3 hours HCDC Classroom
Pharmacy Technician Hybrid
This 76 hour course prepares students through classroom instruction to enter the pharmacy field as a Pharmacy Technician I. Core course concept
is basic pharmacy and pharmacology training. Upon satisfactory completion of the course, students are encouraged to apply for certification with
Pharmacy Technician Certification Board Exam. Prerequisite for course is Career Readiness Certificate of a bronze or higher. Copy of certificate is due
at time of registration. Classroom requirement fees, such as note cards and notebooks may apply. Course textbook available at BCCC bookstore at
$197.22. Registration Fee:$180.00 and $5.00 technology fee. Seated date times will be determined and announced on first seated class held May 23,
2017. Funding assistance may be available through NC Works. Interested persons must apply to the NC Works office in their home county.
Section #28325 6pm-10pm Tues & Thurs May 23-July 27 Fee: $185 76 hours HCDC/Online
HRD & WORKFORCE PROGRAMS
Cover Letters and Resumes
Resumes are important to prospective employers. A resume includes information about you. A cover letter introduces you and helps to present
your resume. You will learn the purpose of a cover letter, how to identify the main parts, and what makes a cover letter effective. Learn to make a
clear and concise resume. Fee waivers for the registration fee and the $5 technology fee are available for qualifying individuals.
Section #28373 6pm-8pm Thursday May 18 Fee: $70 2 hours HCDC Classroom
Interviewing and Job Applications
Learn to complete written or online job applications with greater ease and ability. Develop a check list of information to guide you through the
applications process. This class will teach you to complete applications effectively because a good application lands an interview. Fee waivers for
the registration fee and the $5 technology fee are available for qualifying individuals.
Section #28375 6pm-8pm Thursday June 1 Fee: $70 2 hours HCDC Classroom
Substitute Teacher Training
This 24-hour course prepares individuals to substitute teach in the local county school system. This course provides information on learning expectations,
time management, monitoring student interaction, classroom management, and many other topics related to being a substitute. Required textbook is
available from the BCCC bookstore.
Section #28431 6pm-9pm Tues & Thurs Sept. 5-28 Fee: $70 24 hours HCDC Classroom
SMALL BUSINESS CENTER CLASSES
HP LIFE Online Entrepreneurship Training (offered through our Small Business Center)
HP Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurs (HP LIFE) is a global program that offers aspiring entrepreneurs and small business-owners valuable business skills. HP LIFE offers participants a path to realizing their business dreams. The NC Small Business Center Network, in partnership with the
National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE), is pleased to offer this innovative program to NC entrepreneurs and small business owners free of charge! This program is self-paced, making it possible for more aspiring entrepreneurs to participate. All you have to do is
register to start. You can read more about this program at https://www.ncsbc.net/. Click on the HP Life logo.
Online All Days Fee: No Charge 20-30 hours
Quickbooks 101 (offered through our Small Business Center)
An essential seminar geared toward the non-accountant that covers the important steps necessary to properly set up a QuickBooks company data file for your business or non-profit. Learn helpful insights, tips, and valuable advice to help you save time, money, and avoid frustration using QuickBooks for your bookkeeping and reporting. This seminar is taught by an accountant and QuickBooks consultant with over 20 years’ experience helping small business owners. Topics include:
• Creating the chart of accounts
• Setting up users
• Understanding the basics of financial statements, opening balances, backing up data files, and more.
A helpful primer for those who wish to use QuickBooks for their business accounting. Individuals who have taken QuickBooks classes or currently use QuickBooks will also benefit from attending.
2pm-5pm Thursday May 18 Fee: No Charge 3 hours HCDC Classroom
Understanding the Income Statement & Balance Sheet (offered through our Small Business Center)
Successful entrepreneurs realize the importance of understanding financial statements. This popular seminar helps participants feel at ease when it comes to understanding and preparing their own financial statements. It is also highly suggested for those wishing to set up and use QuickBooks or other software for their bookkeeping and for those developing a business plan. The presenter is an accountant and educator who shares easy to understand explanations and examples. A great foundational seminar to start and keep your business on the right track! A helpful primer for those who wish to use QuickBooks for their business accounting. Individuals who have taken QuickBooks classes or currently use QuickBooks will also benefit from attending.
9am-12pm Friday May 19 Fee: No Charge 3 hours HCDC
How to Buy and Sell on Facebook
Join us to see how you can leverage Facebook for your Small Business. Facebook is a major resource and if you aren’t looking for your target market, then you are missing some valuable customers. The instructor will be Christina Williams.
2pm-5pm Thursday Aug. 17 Fee: No Charge 3 hours HCDC Classroom
For more information about classes offered at our Hyde County Davis Center, please contact:
Hyde County Workforce & Continuing Education Coordinator