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Career Development

SECURITY GUARD TRAINING
SUNY SCCC is proud to partner with Foley Security Training to offer the following Security Guard Training programs.

EIGHT HOUR PRE-ASSIGNMENT
Section#1
Thursday, January 25
9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CRN# 11581
CFE 386-01
Fee: $60

Section#2
Thursday, February 22
9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CRN# 11582
CFE 386-02
Fee: $60

Section#3
Thursday, March 22
9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CRN# 11583
CFE 386-03
Fee: $60

Section#4
Thursday, April 19
9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CRN# 11584
CFE 386-04
Fee: $60

This is an eight-hour course required by the state of New York. It is the first step toward obtaining a security officer registration card from New York State. The course provides the student with an overview of a security officer’s duties and responsibilities. Topics covered include the role of a security officer, legal powers and limitations, emergency situations, communications and public relations, access control, as well as ethics and conduct. Students need to pass the examination to complete this course successfully. This course is taught by Foley Security Training.
Requirements:
1. Must be at least 18 years old
2. Must have a valid NYS driver’s license or ID card
3. No felony record.

 

16 HOUR ON-THE-JOB TRAINING
Section#1
Friday and Saturday, January 26-January 27
9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CRN# 11585
CFE 387-01
Fee: $105

Section#2
Friday and Saturday, February 23 – February 24
9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CRN# 11586
CFE 387-02
Fee: $105

Section#3
Friday and Saturday, March 23 – March 24
9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CRN# 11587
CFE 387-03
Fee: $105

Section#4
Friday and Saturday, April 20 – April 21
9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CRN# 11588
CFE 387-04
Fee: $105
This is a 16-hour course that must be completed within 90 days of employment as a security officer. It provides the student with detailed information on the duties and responsibilities of a security officer. Topics covered include the roles of a security officer, legal powers and limitations, emergency situations, communications and public relations, access control, ethics and conduct, incident command system, and terrorism. Students need to pass the examination to complete this course successfully. Pre-requisite: Eight Hour Pre-Assignment. This course is taught by Foley Security Training.

 

EIGHT HOUR ANNUAL
Section#1
Friday, February 3
9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CRN# 11589
CFE 388-01
Fee: $60

Section#2
Friday, March 31
9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CRN# 11590
CFE 388-02
Fee: $60

Section#3
Friday, April 28
9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CRN# 11591
CFE 388-03
Fee: $60

Section#4
Friday, May 12
9 a.m.-5 p.m.

CRN# 11592
CFE 388-04
Fee: $60

This is an eight-hour course that must be completed each calendar year you hold a security officer registration, and annually thereafter. Your registration is issued for two years. This means that you must complete two training courses of eight-hour Annual In-Service before your registration expires. This course provides you with up-to-date information on the duties and responsibilities of a security officer. It contains the same topics covered by the eight-hour pre-assignment course. You need a NYS Security Officer License to be eligible to take this course. This course is taught by Foley Security Training.

 

INTRODUCTION TO HORTICULTURE
Mondays, February 26-May 14
10-11:30 a.m.

CRN# 11228
CFP 222-01
Fee: $595
This certificate program is offered in conjunction with the Schenectady ARC and Cornell Cooperative Extension and is appropriate for diverse populations, including senior citizens and individuals with developmental disabilities who are interested in hands-on training in the horticulture field and who would like to obtain employment in a garden center, farm stand or greenhouse. Topics covered include basic botany, care of annuals, perennials and vegetable crops, and weed identifications. Participants will gain experience in customer service and working and learning in a greenhouse, as well as a variety of outdoor garden settings. Classes will be held at the Sustainable Living Center at Central Park in Schenectady and the Schenectady ARC’s Maple Ridge Horticulture Center in Rotterdam.

 

INTRODUCTION TO CRAFT BREWING AND DISTILLING
Tuesdays and Thursdays, January 16 – April 26
6:30-9 p.m.

CRN# 11105
CFP 215-01
Fee: $1,750
Fee is inclusive of tuition, books and lab fees.
For more information please contact Sarah Wilson-Sparrow, Coordinator for Workforce Development, at (518) 595-1101, ext. 2 or wilsons@sunysccc.edu.
This course provides a basic understanding of brewing and distillation skills, working in a manufacturing environment, safety and microbiology. Major topics covered include: brewing science, beer maturation and storage, beer processing and packaging, quality and process control, plant safety and sanitation, malting, mashing, brewing, fermentation, finishing, and distillation basics. This course will consist of lecture and lab training in the classroom and at regional breweries. In addition to directed studies, students will enhance their brewing knowledge through assigned reading and writing exercises and visits to local breweries. The goal of this course is to provide a pool of trained, entry level brewers in the growing craft beer industry. This course is developed and overseen by regional breweries and distillers. Students must be 18 years of age or older.

 

21ST CENTURY CAREER READINESS
CFP 224-51
For more information please contact Sarah Wilson-Sparrow, Coordinator for Workforce Development, at (518) 595-1101, ext. 2 or wilsons@sunysccc.edu.
Are you an industry leader looking to invest in and grow your workforce? 21st Century Career Readiness is a holistic training program which focuses on the academic skills, soft skills and personal resource building skills essential for job acquisition and retention. This course is ideal for an individual looking to improve his/her career readiness and marketability, as well as an industry leader looking for a flexible and customizable curriculum to improve retention, productivity and the all-important bottom line.

 

SUNY SCCC is proud to partner with AlbanyCanCode_ to offer the following web development courses.

FRONT END WEB DEVELOPMENT
CFP 417-51
Cost: $1,500 inclusive of tuition, books and lab fees.
For more information please contact Sarah Wilson-Sparrow, Coordinator for Workforce Development, at (518) 595-1101, ext. 2 or wilsons@sunysccc.edu.
This course uses online and in-person instruction to teach students how to program in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, the three tools comprising the development of virtually every site on the web. The course is structured around tutorials, assignments, and individual and group projects wherein students also have the opportunity to learn and practice with industry-standard Front-End technologies including, but not limited to, the Twitter Bootstrap design framework, the jQuery JavaScript library, and the Git version control system. Additionally, guest lectures and networking events are integrated into the curriculum to provide students with valuable real-world exposure to local employers and a chance to get a feel for the industry overall. This course may be of particular interest to graphic designers, as it teaches the technical skills necessary for UI (user interface) development and wire-framing. The course may also be attractive to beginning programmers with aspirations to create mobile applications, as it establishes a solid conceptual foundation for eventual progression into Full-Stack Development.

 

BACK END WEB DEVELOPMENT: FUNDAMENTALS IN SERVER SIDE DEVELOPMENT
CFP 420-51
Cost: $1,650 inclusive of tuition, books and lab fees.
For more information please contact Sarah Wilson-Sparrow, Coordinator for Workforce Development, at (518) 595-1101, ext. 2 or wilsons@sunysccc.edu.
Students who have demonstrated aptitude for and an interest in computer programming will learn to create data-driven mobile-first websites using industry-leading development frameworks. Online coursework, in-person instruction, and individual and group projects organized and supported by mentors from the industry will provide students with experience programming in Ruby, PHP, SQL, Python and other popular technologies, including, but not limited to, the Wordpress Content Management System, the Rails Web Application Framework for Ruby, and the MySQL Relational Database Management System. This course may be of particular interest to students already acclimated to the technologies and practices of front-end (client side) development who wish to expand their knowledge base to include the technologies and practices of back-end (server side) development.

 

CRHRA SPHR CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT SERIES
Having trouble finding those elusive strategic business credits for your recertification? The SUNY SCCC Workforce Development Division has partnered with the Capital Region Human Resource Association (CRHRA) to offer annual seminars for SPHR Strategic credit. For more information, please contact the Office of Workforce Development, at (518) 595-1101, ext. 4. For information on upcoming classes, please visit the CRHRA website (www.crhra.org) for additional updated information as it becomes available.