JCC Releases Spring 2017 Non-Credit Workshop Listing

Learning a new hobby, keeping current with technology, or preparing for a job search, career change, or job promotion, Jefferson Community College (JCC) non-credit workshops offer something for everyone!

The College’s Professional Growth Series of workshops feature an entrepreneurial training program, allied health pre-certification programs, and food safety certification program among other workshops. The Personal Enrichment Series of workshops feature podcasting for beginners, rumba and mastering the DBQ to name a few. Jefferson Express workshops are held at various locations in the community and feature CPR/AED certification in Lowville, parent/child yoga in Evans Mills, drawing with colored pencils and basic watercolors in Chaumont. Additionally, Kids’ College for youth, ages 6 and up, are forming now and a listing is available online. Workshops are held at JCC's campus in Watertown and community locations.

Featured spring workshops are:  

TIPS (Training for Intervention Procedures)  
Anyone who serves alcohol in a licensed establishment should complete training to be TIPS® certified. Nationally recognized and honored by insurance companies across the country, TIPS®certification provides employees with the knowledge and confidence to recognize potential alcohol-related problems and intervene to prevent alcohol-related tragedies. Topics include how to avoid serving alcohol to minors, how to prevent alcohol violations and protect the business’ bottom line, legal protection, regulatory compliance, and staff professionalism. (CED 306 701)
Location: Jefferson Community College 
Wednesday, April 12   

11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.   
Cost: $50


HR 101

This class is designed to help businesses navigate the world of human resources. Topics include recruitment and selection, employment laws, social media guidelines, compensation, benefits, and many more! (CED 688 701)
Location: Maple Ridge Center, Lowville  
Thursdays, March 16 – April 13    

6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.    
Cost: $199

History of the 10th Mountain Division
Examine significant events of Fort Drum and the 10th Mountain Division.  The instructor will guide you through the historic influence the United States Military has had on the North Country dating back to the early 1800s and the history of today’s most significant contributor to that history, the 10th Mountain Division. (CED 083 701)
Location: Jefferson Community College
Tuesdays, April 11 – May 2
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.  
Cost: $65

Registration is required five (5) business days prior to the start of the workshop.  Register online or call the JCC Continuing Education Division at (315) 786-2233.