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Introduces basic concepts and general principles of accounting to non-accounting students. Topics include financial statements, merchandising accounting for cash, inventory, payroll, budgeting and accounting software.
Designed to prepare students to write a state certified master electricians exam. This class describes test-taking procedures and includes sample test writing. It is recommended that the student have completed Course 413-436 Electrical Code Comprehensive or be a state certified electrician.
Enhances the learner's understanding of industry related codes and performance standards by combining the theory and practices of the EIA/TIA and NEC. Prerequisite: 413-436 - Electrical Code Comprehensive OR state electrical certification OR BISCI certified technician
Teaches and evaluates two-rescuer CPR, one-rescuer CPR, obstructed airway technique for the adult/child/infant, adult/child Automated External Defibrillator (AED), pocket mask and Bag Valve mask. Students receive an American Heart Association Healthcare CPR card with two-year certification.
Gives instruction for advanced partner dance steps including the East Coast swing, jitterbug and cha-cha. Must sign up with a partner and both must pay registration fee. Ballroom/Social Dance or prior dance experience recommended.
Gives instruction for several partner dance steps including the waltz, polka, schottish, swing, fox trot and jitterbug. Other steps may be taught if time permits. Must sign up with a partner and both must pay registration fee.
Explores the basics of computer operations, including keyboarding, organization of files and folders, working with Internet, basic software, and identification of the hardware pieces that make up a standard computer system.
Covers the basics of bending conduit ranging from ninety degree bends and placing offsets, and from hand bending to machine bending.
Focuses on the basic elements, materials, and mathematics of interior design. Topics include furniture arranging and the treatment of windows, walls and floors.
Designed for riders who already possess basic riding skills and are either returning to riding or are seeking a refresher course to practice and renew basic riding skills. The course includes approximately three hours of classroom and five hours of on-cycle riding exercises, with the student providing their own bike. Participants will learn to ride defensively and to maneuver around obstacles. Students will receive a waiver that entitles them to a motorcycle license if they pass the skills tests at FVTC and the written test at the DMV