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​Please note...The Continuing Education courses listed on the website may only be offered during specific times. For a complete listing of courses currently being offered download a copy of the Continuing Education Schedule or call (252) 451-8216.

  • Beer Brewing Sensory Evaluation ISC-3600C
    Professional Training Classes Available on Webadvisor

    The course is design to teach students about the craft beer brewing industry. Course content may focus on 1) identifying beer flavors and styles and 2) understanding the brewing process and beer ingredients.…

    The course is design to teach students about the craft beer brewing industry. Course content may focus on 1) identifying beer flavors and styles and 2) understanding the brewing process and beer ingredients. Student will also gain a base knowledge of beer history and historical styles, retail beer storage and service issues, and beer pairing principles. Upon completion, students can sit for various national certifications in the brewing industry and food service safety.

    Contact

    Jennifer Foster
    Phone: 252-451-8492
    Email: jwfoster284@nashcc.edu
  • Beer Tasting & Oyster Roast CSP-4000EI
    Personal Enrichment Classes Available on Webadvisor

    Blending the best of Oktoberfest and one of North Carolina's favorite seaside foods, participants will: Review the process for roasting and/or steaming, and shucking oysters, Sample a variety of rich,…

    Blending the best of Oktoberfest and one of North Carolina's favorite seaside foods, participants will: Review the process for roasting and/or steaming, and shucking oysters, Sample a variety of rich, and perhaps non-traditional, beers associated with the season. Beer Tasting & Oyster Roasting

    Contact

    Francheskia Fenderson
    Phone: 252-451-8216
    Email: frfenderson191@nashcc.edu
  • Beginning Conversational French FLI-3714EL
    Online

    This course is a study of the basic elements of conversational French, fundamentals of grammar; emphasis on pronunciation and common expression aimed at providing a familiarity with the language and European…

    This course is a study of the basic elements of conversational French, fundamentals of grammar; emphasis on pronunciation and common expression aimed at providing a familiarity with the language and European French culture. (For business/industry/agency personnel)

    Contact

    Jonee Callahan
    Phone: 252-451-8349
    Email: jdcallahan652@nashcc.edu
  • Beginning Writer's Workshop COM-3711FC
    Online

    This course is designed to enhance interpersonal skills for the workplace. Emphasis is placed on dealing with conflict, improving conversational and listening skills, and identifying nonverbal cues in…

    This course is designed to enhance interpersonal skills for the workplace. Emphasis is placed on dealing with conflict, improving conversational and listening skills, and identifying nonverbal cues in an intercultural setting. Upon completion, students should be able to apply basic communication techniques to enhance relationships and manage conflict situations in a variety of workplace settings.

    Contact

    Jonee Callahan
    Phone: 252-451-8349
    Email: jdcallahan652@nashcc.edu
  • Body Sculpting CSP-4000FD
    Personal Enrichment Classes Available on Webadvisor

    This class accommodates all fitness levels and is designed to give a whole body workout. With a Certified Fitness Instructor, students will gain strength, balance, flexibility and endurance while burning…

    This class accommodates all fitness levels and is designed to give a whole body workout. With a Certified Fitness Instructor, students will gain strength, balance, flexibility and endurance while burning calories and boosting metabolism. Students will need to wear comfortable attire, bring a towel and water bottle.

    Contact

    Francheskia Fenderson
    Phone: 252-451-8216
    Email: frfenderson191@nashcc.edu
  • Buttercream Basics CSP-4000FI
    Personal Enrichment Classes Available on Webadvisor

    Part I. Students will learn how to make buttercream icing as well as the intricate techniques for smoothing icing, torte and full cakes, and create basic borders. Students need to bring one 6x2 OR 8x2…

    Part I. Students will learn how to make buttercream icing as well as the intricate techniques for smoothing icing, torte and full cakes, and create basic borders. Students need to bring one 6x2 OR 8x2 prepared cake round (already baked and cooled). Supplies not included. Part II. Prerequisite: Buttercream Basics I. This class is a continuation of Buttercream Basics I. Students will learn the intricate techniques of writing, piping, creating buttercream flowers, and advanced borders. Students need to bring one 6x2 OR 8x2 prepared cake round (already baked and cooled). Supplies not included.

    Contact

    Francheskia Fenderson
    Phone: 252-451-8216
    Email: frfenderson191@nashcc.edu
  • Canine Handler CJC-5060A
    Law Enforcement

    This course is designed to provide training in all topics directly related to the selection, training or use of animals as a law enforcement agent or the control of domestic or wild animals. Course topics…

    This course is designed to provide training in all topics directly related to the selection, training or use of animals as a law enforcement agent or the control of domestic or wild animals. Course topics may include but are not limited to canine handler, animal capture techniques and animal cruelty. This course prefix should be used for courses that fit the nature of the above examples. Local titles may be used. Course hours should be reasonable based upon the nature of the local training, but may not exceed the maximum hours.

    Contact

    Reuben Crumpton
    Phone: 252-451-8489
    Email: rmcrumpton530@nashcc.edu
  • Career Bootcamp HRD-3001AD
    Human Resources Development

    Discover the seven core employability skills working individually and in groups that are not only vital for employability skills but personal and professional success. Topics include interpersonal skills,…

    Discover the seven core employability skills working individually and in groups that are not only vital for employability skills but personal and professional success. Topics include interpersonal skills, teamwork, effective communication, integrity, professionalism, problem solving, decision making, initiative, dependability, information processing adaptability and lifelong learning.

    Contact

    Jonee Callahan
    Phone: 252-451-8349
    Email: jdcallahan652@nashcc.edu
  • Career Readiness Certification Prep HRD-3002G
    Human Resources Development

    This course provides employability skills training for unemployed and underemployed adults. The curriculum framework must address each of the six core HRD components. Instruction is designed to be self-directed,…

    This course provides employability skills training for unemployed and underemployed adults. The curriculum framework must address each of the six core HRD components. Instruction is designed to be self-directed, self-paced, and structured on an open-entry, open-exit basis to meet the customized needs of individuals and/or partner agencies at JobLink (One-Stop) Career Centers. The hours for this course should be counted as contact hours.

    Contact

    Jonee Callahan
    Phone: 252-451-8349
    Email: jdcallahan652@nashcc.edu
  • Career Ready Lab HRD-3002N
    Human Resources Development

    Prepare for a competitive market place through basic computer skills and soft skills training. Students will receive an understanding of NC Works Online, search for job openings on this site, and prepare…

    Prepare for a competitive market place through basic computer skills and soft skills training. Students will receive an understanding of NC Works Online, search for job openings on this site, and prepare for the National Career Readiness Certification.

    Contact

    Jonee Callahan
    Phone: 252-451-8349
    Email: jdcallahan652@nashcc.edu
  • CDL - BTW 40 Hour Refresher SEF-3001NV
    Industry Training

    This course number may be used to report any occupational extension course that is funded with receipts, and that will not generate budget FTE.

    This course number may be used to report any occupational extension course that is funded with receipts, and that will not generate budget FTE.

    Contact

    Amy Cressionnie
    Phone: 252-451-8357
    Email: akcressionnie858@nashcc.edu
  • CDL Behind the Wheel - Class B SEF-3001SG
    Industry Training

    This course number may be used to report any occupational extension course that is funded with receipts, and that will not generate budget FTE.

    This course number may be used to report any occupational extension course that is funded with receipts, and that will not generate budget FTE.

    Contact

    Amy Cressionnie
    Phone: 252-451-8357
    Email: akcressionnie858@nashcc.edu
  • CDL Training-Behind the Wheel SEF-3001MI
    Industry Training

    This course number may be used to report any occupational extension course that is funded with receipts, and that will not generate budget FTE.

    This course number may be used to report any occupational extension course that is funded with receipts, and that will not generate budget FTE.

    Contact

    Amy Cressionnie
    Phone: 252-451-8357
    Email: akcressionnie858@nashcc.edu
  • CDL/BTW Specialized Trng/Skills Assesmt SEF-3001MQ
    Industry Training

    This course number may be used to report any occupational extension course that is funded with receipts, and that will not generate budget FTE.

    This course number may be used to report any occupational extension course that is funded with receipts, and that will not generate budget FTE.

    Contact

    Amy Cressionnie
    Phone: 252-451-8357
    Email: akcressionnie858@nashcc.edu
  • Cell Extraction CJC-5035L
    Law Enforcement

    This course is designed to provide training in all topics directly related to the North Carolina Department of Corrections and its various Divisions. Course topics may include but are not limited to in-service…

    This course is designed to provide training in all topics directly related to the North Carolina Department of Corrections and its various Divisions. Course topics may include but are not limited to in-service training for correctional officers. This course prefix should be used for courses that fall under in-service training as approved or required by the NC Department of Corrections. Local titles may be used. Course hours should be reasonable based upon the nature of the local training, but may not exceed the maximum hours.

    Contact

    Reuben Crumpton
    Phone: 252-451-8489
    Email: rmcrumpton530@nashcc.edu
  • Cert/ Food, Nutrition, Health SEF-3001AN
    Online

    Food and nutrition have a profound impact on our health and well-being, yet many of us are not aware of what foods to eat, which diets are healthy, and where our food originates. The goal of this certificate…

    Food and nutrition have a profound impact on our health and well-being, yet many of us are not aware of what foods to eat, which diets are healthy, and where our food originates. The goal of this certificate program is to provide a holistic overview of current food and nutrition issues and their impact on physical, social, emotional, and spiritual health. Topics will include how food interacts with our bodies on multiple levels-physical, mental-emotional, and spiritual-as well as the impact it has globally. the impact stress has on our body, changing eating habit, and the healing effect of herbs. This certificate is designed for individuals who are working in the health care field and those who are interested in the topic. Accreditation: ALLEGRA Learning Solutions, LLC is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

    Contact

    Jonee Callahan
    Phone: 252-451-8349
    Email: jdcallahan652@nashcc.edu
  • Classical Cuisines Part I HOS-3041C
    Personal Enrichment Classes Available on Webadvisor

    Part I consists of Classical French Cuisine on January 12, Northern Italian Cuisine on January 19, and Spanish Noevelle Cuisine on January 26. In each of the four parts within this series, Chef Frank will…

    Part I consists of Classical French Cuisine on January 12, Northern Italian Cuisine on January 19, and Spanish Noevelle Cuisine on January 26. In each of the four parts within this series, Chef Frank will give a presentation overview of a region, discuss how both people and region affect the foods of the region, and then students will prepare several recipes from that region. Students may attend any or all three (3) classes! Supplies included.

    Contact

    Francheskia Fenderson
    Phone: 252-451-8216
    Email: frfenderson191@nashcc.edu
  • Classical Cuisines Part II HOS-3041D
    Personal Enrichment Classes Available on Webadvisor

    Part II consists of Regional French on February 2, Central Italian on February 9, and Classical Spain on February 16. Students will prepare several recipes from a different region each night. Students…

    Part II consists of Regional French on February 2, Central Italian on February 9, and Classical Spain on February 16. Students will prepare several recipes from a different region each night. Students may attend any or all three (3) classes. Supplies included.

    Contact

    Francheskia Fenderson
    Phone: 252-451-8216
    Email: frfenderson191@nashcc.edu
  • Classical Cuisines Part III HOS-3041E
    Personal Enrichment Classes Available on Webadvisor

    Part III consists of French Bistro on March 2, Southern Italian on March 9, and Spanish Paella on March 16. Students will prepare several recipes from a different region each night. Students may attend…

    Part III consists of French Bistro on March 2, Southern Italian on March 9, and Spanish Paella on March 16. Students will prepare several recipes from a different region each night. Students may attend any or all three (3) classes. Supplies included.

    Contact

    Francheskia Fenderson
    Phone: 252-451-8216
    Email: frfenderson191@nashcc.edu
  • Classical Cuisines Part IV HOS-3041F
    Personal Enrichment Classes Available on Webadvisor

    Part IV consists of Spanish Tapas on March 23, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese on March 30, and Chinese Cuisine on April 20. Students will prepare several recipes from a different region each night. Students…

    Part IV consists of Spanish Tapas on March 23, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese on March 30, and Chinese Cuisine on April 20. Students will prepare several recipes from a different region each night. Students may attend any or all three (3) classes. Supplies included.

    Contact

    Francheskia Fenderson
    Phone: 252-451-8216
    Email: frfenderson191@nashcc.edu
  • Coast to Coast Cooking CSP-4000GJ
    Personal Enrichment Classes Available on Webadvisor

    Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not…

    Community Service Programs provides courses, seminars, and community activities that contribute to an individual's cultural, civic, and/or personal growth. These programs are self-supporting and are not reported to the state for budget FTE.

    Contact

    Francheskia Fenderson
    Phone: 252-451-8216
    Email: frfenderson191@nashcc.edu
  • Community Threat Groups CJC-5035AC
    Law Enforcement

    This course is designed to provide training in all topics directly related to the North Carolina Department of Corrections and its various Divisions. Course topics may include but are not limited to in-service…

    This course is designed to provide training in all topics directly related to the North Carolina Department of Corrections and its various Divisions. Course topics may include but are not limited to in-service training for correctional officers. This course prefix should be used for courses that fall under in-service training as approved or required by the NC Department of Corrections. Local titles may be used. Course hours should be reasonable based upon the nature of the local training, but may not exceed the maximum hours.

    Contact

    Reuben Crumpton
    Phone: 252-451-8489
    Email: rmcrumpton530@nashcc.edu
  • Comptia Security & Cert. Prep CET-3100AE
    Online

    This course covers repairing, servicing, and upgrading computers and peripherals in preparation for industry certification. Topics include CPU/memory/bus identification, disk subsystems, hardware/software…

    This course covers repairing, servicing, and upgrading computers and peripherals in preparation for industry certification. Topics include CPU/memory/bus identification, disk subsystems, hardware/software installation/configuration, common device drivers, data recovery, system maintenance, and other related topics. Upon completion, students should be able to safely repair and/or upgrade computer systems to perform within specifications.

    Contact

    Jonee Callahan
    Phone: 252-451-8349
    Email: jdcallahan652@nashcc.edu
  • Computer Basics CIS-3100A
    Computer Training Classes Available on Webadvisor

    This course introduces basic computer usage. Emphasis is placed on developing basic personal computer skills. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate competence in basic computer functionality…

    This course introduces basic computer usage. Emphasis is placed on developing basic personal computer skills. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate competence in basic computer functionality and navigation of applications.

    Contact

    Jonee Callahan
    Phone: 252-451-8349
    Email: jdcallahan652@nashcc.edu
  • Computer Basics OST-3100S
    Computer Training Classes Available on Webadvisor

    Learn the fundamental computing concepts and terminology, such as hardware components, software, and computer networks; work with multiple programs by using the taskbar to switch between tiled windows;…

    Learn the fundamental computing concepts and terminology, such as hardware components, software, and computer networks; work with multiple programs by using the taskbar to switch between tiled windows; copy and move groups of documents; delete and restore document. This class is designed for anyone new to computers.

    Contact

    Jonee Callahan
    Phone: 252-451-8349
    Email: jdcallahan652@nashcc.edu