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ACCC Offers New Continuing Education Courses This Spring; Registration is Going on Now

January 11, 2007

From computer and medical career training to language and cooking lessons, Atlantic Cape Community College will offer nearly 40 Continuing Education courses in January and February. New classes include Mandarin Chinese, Grant Writer's Clinic, and eBay: Buying, Selling, Collecting.

Career training includes: A+ Certification, Surgical Technician, Certified Nurse Aide, Phlebotomy, and Medical Assistant.

Computer courses include: Introduction to Windows XP, Introduction to Personal/Business Computers, Using the Internet, Adobe Premiere Elements, PC Repair and Upgrades, PC Repair Level 2, Introduction to Word 2003, Introduction to Excel, ABCs of Accounting: Understanding Debits & Credits, QuickBooks Pro Level 1, Studio 8, Introduction to Dreamweaver and Fireworks 8, Intermediate Dreamweaver and Fireworks 8, Advanced Dreamweaver 8, Using Flash Professional 8, Introduction to the Personal Computer for the Senior Citizen, and eBay: Buying, Selling, Collecting.

Professional development training includes: Fire Protection I.C.S. Part I, Building Inspector R.C.S. Part II, Building Inspector I.C.S. Part II, Electrical Inspector I.C.S., Grant Writer's Clinic, and Real Estate Sales Pre-Licensing Course.

Personal development workshops include: Painting with Acrylics, Beginning Piano, Mandarin Chinese, Beginning Spanish: A Conversational Approach, One Dish Meals, Vegetarian Cooking, Cake Decorating, and A Walk through the Beef Section of Your Supermarket.

Most classes meet at one of two locations: ACCC's Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike, or the Cape May County Campus, 341 Court House-South Dennis Road, Cape May Court House.

For dates, times and fees for all courses, or to register, call (609) 343-4829 or (609) 463-4774, ext. 4829, in Cape May County. Class sizes are limited, so register early. Register online or view the complete schedule of courses at http://www.atlantic.edu/web4students