Corporate & Industry Training

Corporate & Continuing Education

Many of today’s jobs require employees to continue training and upgrade their skills while on the job. The Corporate & Industry Training Department offers a multitude of courses that will allow you to enhance your skills and qualifications in your current job or prepare you for a new career.

Day and evening classes are offered for your convenience. You can receive quality training at an affordable cost. We also offer customized training for local employers wanting to upgrade the skills of their employees.

Pre-Registration is required for all Corporate & Industry Training courses.

AC/HVAC/REFRIGERATION

Circuits and Controls
This course provides a simple and accurate understanding of electrical energy fundamentals used in HVAC. Electrical circuit theory, electrical circuit components, wiring systems, and the troubleshooting of circuits and controls in heating and cooling equipment will be the focus of this course.

Basic Electrical Wiring (Residential)

This course will provide an overview of electrical wiring techniques and is suitable for students with no prior knowledge of electrical theory or installation. While electrical fundamentals such as Ohm’s law will be examined, emphasis will be placed on the design and installation of residential electrical systems. Topics will include an overview of home electrical systems, circuit design, electrical tools and test equipment, cable and wire types, calculation of circuit capacity, mapping and tracing circuits, troubleshooting, and electrical inspections. This course provides hands-on training.

Cabinetmaking (Advanced)

This course provides hands-on training in advanced cabinetmaking techniques. Emphasis will be placed on building individual projects using a wide variety of wood joinery and sophisticated cutting techniques. Students will be taught to select materials, design wooden projects within specification, and to select and apply the appropriate wood finishes for the final finish.

Electrical Contractor’s License Renewal – Preparation Unit 3

Electrical contractors are required to complete eight (8) contact hours of continuing education per year to be eligible for relicensing. This course will provide contractors with updated information on the changes in the National Electric Code, the NC Electric Code, and local utility company requirements. This course will also provide information on the conductors, cabinets, boxes, enclosures, flexible cords and cables, switches, and wires used for general wiring. This is a self-supporting course; fee-exempt status does not apply. NOTE: Please bring calculator and current NEC book.

Electrical Contractor’s License Renewal – Preparation Unit 4

Electrical contractors are required to complete eight (8) contact hours of continuing education per year to be eligible for relicensing. This course will provide contractors with updated information on the changes in the National Electric Code, the NC Electric Code, and local utility company requirements. It will also provide information on hazardous locations and general use equipment such as switchboard, panel board, lighting fixtures, appliances, motors, and generators. This is a self-supporting course; fee-exempt status does not apply. NOTE: Please bring calculator and current NEC book.

Electrical Contractor’s License Renewal – Preparation Unit 5

Electrical contractors are required to complete eight (8) contact hours of continuing education per year to be eligible for relicensing. This course will provide contractors with updated information on the changes in the National Electric Code, the NC Electric Code, and local utility company requirements. It will also provide information on the rules governing garages, hospitals, assemblies, mobile and manufactured homes, recreational vehicles and parks, pools, fountains, and fire pumps. This is a self-supporting course; fee-exempt status does not apply. NOTE: Please bring calculator and current NEC book.

Electrical Contractor’s License Renewal – Preparation Unit 6

Electrical contractors are required to complete eight (8) contact hours of continuing education per year to be eligible for relicensing. This course will provide contractors with updated information on the changes in the National Electric Code, the NC Electric Code, and local utility company requirements. It will also provide information on classified locations; remote signaling and power limited circuits, fire alarm systems, and communication systems circuits. This is a self-supporting course; fee-exempt status does not apply. NOTE: Please bring calculator and current NEC book.

EPA Refrigerant Recovery/Recycling Certification

This course is designed to prepare technicians for the CFC Recovery/Recycling Certification examination given on the last class date. The course will include a core materials component for small appliance technicians. Further, the characteristics of refrigerants used for short-term, long-term, high, medium, and low-pressure applications will also be covered. The NC State Board of Refrigeration charges $25 for the exam that is given the last day of class.

Fundamentals of Refrigeration I

This course is designed for the person who is interested in learning the fundamentals of heating and air conditioning systems. Maintenance, repair, and basic installation will also be covered in this course.

Furniture Refinishing

Join this class to learn how to transform older and worn furniture into a new treasure! This course has been designed for those who would like to learn to refinish furniture or how to stain or paint (finish) unfinished furniture. Throughout the class you will learn how to complete minor structural repairs, what supplies work best for each individual situation, how to strip the existing finish from used furniture, how to prepare the surfaces for refinishing, how to paint and/ or stain your project, and how to finish the completed piece.

Furniture Refinishing (Intermediate)

Continue your furniture restoration projects during this intermediate-level course. Your instructor will provide you with tips on how to refinish various types of furniture and get the most use from your materials. Join us to continue honing your furniture refinishing skills!
Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair, and Painting Course (RRP)
This course is tailored to provide students with knowledge of the laws and regulations governing the work performed in target housing, child care facilities, and pre-1978 buildings in accordance with 40 CFR Part 745. The course will include proper methods of safety and warning signs, disposal of contaminants, clean-up and proper actions, in the containment area. This is a self-supporting class; fee-exempt status does apply.

Heat Pump Technology

This course is designed to provide a working knowledge and understanding of heat pump technology for those desiring employment in the field of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning as well as those already employed. This course will address laws of refrigeration air properties, refrigerants and recovery techniques, pressure-temperature relationships, heat transfer, types of systems, basic controls, components, and troubleshooting techniques specifically focused toward heat pump technology.

Minor Home Repair

Have you found yourself needing help with repairs at home or seeking assistance doing repairs on the job? This class is designed for those who desire to learn to repair various parts of the home inside and outdoors to include how to replace faucets, making plumbing repairs electrical repairs, basic carpentry repairs, roofing repairs, and installation of small appliances. This course is for those who have some experience in completing minor home repairs and wish to learn the correct way to completing repairs at home and professionally.

NC DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE CODE COURSES

Electrical Standard Inspection, Level I

This course is designed to help you gain a working knowledge of the NC State Electrical Code. It is approved by the NC Department of Insurance for electrical inspectors desiring to take the NC Standard Inspection, Level I Electrical exam. The material covered in this course should also help those preparing for the State Electrical Contracting exam. NOTE: You will need to bring a five-function calculator with a square root function to class.

Electrical Standard Inspection, Level II

This course is designed to help you gain a working knowledge of the NC State Electrical Code. It is approved by the NC Department of Insurance for electrical inspectors desiring to take the NC Standard Inspection, Level II Electrical exam. The material covered in this course should also help those preparing for the State Electrical Contracting exam. NOTE: You will need to bring a five-function calculator with a square root function to class.

Electrical Standard Inspection, Level III

Are you the person who has responsibility for inspecting all sizes and types of electrical systems for buildings and large construction projects? If so, then this course is for you. It is designed to prepare you for the NC Standard Inspection, Level III Electrical exam.

Mechanical Standard Inspection, Level I

This course offers individuals, contractors, and inspectors a working knowledge of the current North Carolina Mechanical and Fuel Gas Code. This course is required for anyone taking the North Carolina Department of Insurance Mechanical Insurance Mechanical Inspector Certification Test. Level I.

Mechanical Standard Inspection, Level II

This course will help you gain a working knowledge of the NC State Mechanical Code as it applies to individuals having the responsibility of inspecting buildings up to 20,000 square feet per floor.

Mechanical Standard Inspection, Level III

If you have the responsibility for inspecting all sizes and types of small and large construction projects, then this course is for you. It is designed to prepare you for the NC Standard Inspection, Level III exam. Topics will include duct systems, LP gas, ventilation, special venting, exhaust systems, and other areas as required by the state.

A to Z Grantwriting

A to Z Grant Writing is an invigorating and informative course that will equip you with the skills and tools you need to enter the exciting field of grant writing! You’ll learn how to raise needed funds by discovering how and where to look for potential funders who are a good match for your organization. You’ll also learn how to network and develop true partnerships with a variety of funders, how to organize a successful grant-writing campaign, and how to put together a complete proposal package. This course speaks mainly to nonprofit organizations, schools, religious institutions, and municipalities seeing grants from foundation, corporate, government, and individual donors. It’s also an excellent primer for individuals wishing to become grant-writing consultants or community grant-writing volunteers. No matter who you are ore what level experience you have, you’ll find the A’s to Z’s of writing and submitting successful proposals here!

PRE-REGISTRATION IS DUE BY 12:00 NOON THE DAY PRIOR TO THE COURSE START DATE


Accounting Clerk, Part II – Online

Complete the Online Accounting Clerk program! This course is the second course in the Accounting Clerk program and is designed for those individuals who want to qualify for entry-level positions in accounting. This course is tailored to help individuals meet the demands of today’s fast-paced and high-tech business environment. In this course the student will expand his or her knowledge of the principles of accounting. The student also will train with QuickBooks using the official training program from Intuit. No books and materials are required for this course. This course is fully online.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE START DATE.


Administrative Assistant, Part II – Online

Complete the Online Administrative Assistant program! This course is the second course in the Online Administrative Assistant program and is for those individuals who want to develop the skills necessary to thrive in an office environment, especially as the support person for a business executive. Learn about communication, customer service, and handling forms and documents (such as applications, agreements, and letters) in accordance with established policies and procedures. No books and materials are required for this course. This course is fully online.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE START DATE.


Bank/Credit Union Teller Training

This course will enable the student to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to become employed as an entry-level teller or a customer service representative. Topics to be covered are banking history, teller operations, customer relations, security, credit applications, credit ratings, and collecting accounts.


E-Notary Public

This course is required for anyone interested in registering as an Electronic Notary Public for the first time. All students MUST be currently commissioned as a Notary Public in North Carolina to attend this class.

NOTE: The current edition of the E-Notary Manual is required for admittance to the class and can be purchased at the FTCC bookstore.

It is strongly recommended that you study the guidebook prior to class attendance to be better prepared for the state examination given at the end of the class.

This is a self-supporting class; fee-exempt status does not apply.

PRE-REQUISITE: Students must provide current Notary Public Commission number and current state or federal picture identification for admission to class. The active duty military and civilian ID cards DO NOT meet the identification requirement. The ID must be a valid ID with a picture of the face and either signature of physical descriptors or both.


FTCC Online Accounting Clerk

Are you ready to become an integral part of a business? Are you ready to learn and implement skills that will assist in the day-to-day operations of an office? FTCC is offering course for those individuals who want to qualify for entry-level positions in accounting. This course is tailored to help individuals learn the principles of accounting and business math and put their knowledge into practice by utilizing a ten-key calculator and QuickBooks software. This course will also provide soft skills that are essential for professionalism and success in the modern office environment while reviewing the everyday functions of Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook. In this course, individuals will apply their training and skills to a combination of traditional and non-traditional course assignments that are designed to reinforce accounting concepts and basic principles of office systems technology.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration free. Call 910-678-0032 with questions.


FTCC Online Administrative Office Assistant

Whether you are beginning your professional career, looking for a new career path, or searching for professional development, learning administrative office skills is vital! After all, the administrative staff of an office is integral to the successful daily operations of all work environments! From correspondence to maintaining detailed records for internal and external audits, this course will give you the knowledge and skillsets to have the competitive edge in the workplace. Come learn communication and correspondence skills and gain proficiency with programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. This course will also cover topics such as recordkeeping and soft skills that will help you succeed in the modern office setting!

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-678-0032 with questions.


FTCC Online Customer Service Representative

Do you enjoy helping others? Many employers are looking for support staff who can provide quality customer service support! Are you an employer who is looking for professional development for your customer service departments or employees? If so, this course is the course for you! Whether you are looking for a new career or seeking professional development, learning customer service skills is important to your success as an employee and the success of an employer, business, or institution. From best practices in written and oral communication to problem-solving, this course will give you the knowledge and skillsets to make you an asset in the workplace! Come learn communication and correspondence skills, enhance your problem-solving techniques, and gain proficiency with programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. This course will also cover soft skills that will help you succeed in the modern office setting and give you the competitive edge!

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-678-0032with questions.


FTCC Online Records Clerk

Regardless of the industry, records are a vital component of a functional, efficient, and effective office environment. From keeping track of customer service issues, detailed records can make the difference in a good organization. FTCC is offering a course for those individuals who want to train to be records clerks or improve their recordkeeping skills. Individuals will train in various recordkeeping systems and learn how to think critically in response to records-related issues within an office setting. This course will also provide a review of Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook and train individuals to utilize these programs to improve organization and time management. In this course, individuals will apply their training and skills to a combination of traditional and non-traditional course assignments that are designed to reinforce recordkeeping concepts and basic principles of office systems technology.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-648-0032 with questions.


Notary Public

This course is required for anyone interested in becoming a Notary Public for the first time. It is recommended for all notaries as a refresher course.

NOTE: The current edition of the Notary Public Guide Book for North Carolina is required for admittance to the class and can be purchased at the FTCC bookstore.

It is strongly recommended that you study the guidebook prior to class attendance to be better prepared for the state examination given at the end of the class. NCGS 10B-5(b) provides the following requirements to be commissioned as a Notary Public in NC: 1) Be at least 18 years of age or legally emancipated as defined in Article 35 of Chapter 7B of the General Statutes; 2) Reside or have a regular place of work or business in this State; 3) Reside legally in the United States; 4) Speak, read, and write in the English language; 5) Possess a high school diploma or equivalent; 6) Pass the course of instruction described in this Article, unless the person is a licensed member of the North Carolina State Bar; 7) Purchase and keep as a reference the most recent manual approved by the Secretary that describes the duties and authority of notaries public; 8) Submit an application containing no significant misstatement or omission of fact. “If you have questions about your being commissioned as a notary in North Carolina, please call the Secretary of State Notary Public Section at 919-807-2219 before you register for the class to have your questions answered.”

This is a self-supporting class; fee-exempt status does not apply.

Students must provide current state or federal picture identification for admission to class. The active duty military and civilian ID cards DO NOT meet the identification requirement. The ID must be a valid ID with a picture of the face and either signature of physical descriptors or both. Call the Secretary of State Notary Public Section 919-807-2219.


Property Management

Property management is a well-respected profession that can be quite profitable. Whether you are interested in residential or commercial property management, you will find many different types of jobs available. Instruction will include an overview of property management, the manager-owner relationship, leases and tenant relations, managing residential property, managing commercial property, legal issues in property management, as well as marketing your management services. This information will also be helpful to those interested in managing their own property investments.

NOTE: This does not qualify as a real estate license course.


Social Media Applications: Branding: Branding Your Business & Enhancing Your Customer Service – Online

In today’s fast-paced marketplace, social media is essential to marketing and branding efforts! If social media is not included in a marketing campaign, businesses, non-profits, marketing managers, and self-employed individuals can quickly find their marketing efforts and campaigns failing to produce the intended results. Understanding how to leverage social media tools is an important skill to have and a skill that is in high demand. This sixteen week, online course is designed for those individuals who are interested in social media management and how it can improve customer service and the overall growth and success of a business, non-profit, or individual who is self-employed. This course is project-based and provides hands-on experience with creating social media campaigns for products and events. This course is ideally suited for learners who are new to social media or who are looking to enhance their understanding of how and why social media can be a benefit for an organization’s reach and impact. The social media applications that will be explored in this course are Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and LinkedIn, and the projects completed in this course can be tailored to the specific interests or needs of the students taking this course.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in registration fee. Call 910-648-0032 with questions.


SHRM-CP/SHRMSCP

SHRM-CP/SHRMSCP is a must for serious human-resource professionals. In large businesses and organizations, the role of the Human Resource Department has grown tremendously. Specialized professional training is essential for those practicing in the field to keep pace with changes. The Certification in Human Resource Management is based on the SHRM Learning System developed by the Society for Human Resource Management. This course will provide training in the key areas of human resource management and prepare you to take the professional certification exam.


Supervision and Management, Fundamentals – Online

If you have recently been promoted to a supervisory or management position or want to learn how to become a more effective manager, this course will help you master the basics of business by learning the language of management. You will learn how to make a successful transition from employee to manager and you’ll learn how to manage your time so that you can deal with the constant demands of a managerial job. You will learn the skills required to delegate responsibility and motivate your employees. A large part of a manger’s job involves getting things done through other people, and this course will help you understand how to influence and direct other people’s performance. Finally, you will learn how to solve problems and resolve conflicts so you can accomplish your job more effectively. This program/course is a good choice for those looking for project management experience and those aspiring to obtain a PMI credential. It’s also an excellent choice for existing PMI credential holders looking for an approved activity for PMI’s continuing education PDUs.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS DUE BY 12:00 NOON THE DAY PRIOR TO THE COURSE START DATE.


CATV Communications/Cabling

Gain the skills necessary for high paying positions in this area and throughout the US. This twelve-week course will provide students with the technical skills used to construct, design, troubleshoot, and maintain CATV-Systems. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be provided with job placement assistance. Students are required to purchase accident insurance which is payable at the time of registration. OSHA approved climbing boots are required.

Fiber Optics I

This course will teach students the basics of fiber optics, fiber-optic networks, fiber-optic splicing procedures, fiber-optic analysis and testing equipment. This will include use of the Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR) and testing equipment that involves fiber-optic link troubleshooting and system design. Each student will have the opportunity to make mechanical and fusion splices as are used in the industry. Students will also make an operating patch cable with the proper techniques and fiber-optic connectors; requiring that cable pass the minimum loss as required in the field. Time is devoted to a thorough understanding of Fiber Optic terms, design, troubleshooting and testing for correct operation of the finished system. Upon successful completion of this course, each student will have the option to take the Fiber Optic Association CFOT [Certified Fiber Optic Technician] certification exam – a nationally recognized measure of an entry-level Fiber Optic Technician.

Computer Literacy for Absolute Beginners

Have you wanted to learn about computers, but have not known where to start? If so, join us for this entry-level course in computer literacy. During this class we will start from turning on the computer, to using a mouse and keyboard, navigating the operating system, using printer, browsing the internet, and many other introductory topics.

NOTE: Please complete this course before moving on to any other computer courses unless you have this knowledge.


Creating Web Pages

Create and post your very own Web site on the Internet using HTML in this extensive, hands-on, eight-week workshop. First, you’ll learn about the capabilities of the World Wide Web and the fundamentals of web design. Then, with your instructor’s patient guidance, you’ll place the content, structure and layout of your web site, create pages full of neatly formatted text, build links between the pages and to the outside world, and add color, backgrounds, graphics, and tables. You’ll also learn critical and timely information on securing the best possible location in search engine listings and powerful no-cost or low-cost web marketing strategies.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS DUE BY 12:00 NOON THE DAY PRIOR TO THE COURSE START DATE.


Microsoft Excel Level I

This course introduces students to the essentials of Microsoft Excel. Students will be able to create simple spreadsheets, including editing, formatting, and printing. It is intended for people with little or no background in spreadsheets. Simple formulas and introductory data handling are covered. This course is for students who are familiar with Windows.

Supplies: Please bring a flash drive to class each session.


Microsoft Excel Level II

This course picks up where Microsoft Excel Level I ended with more in-depth use of formulas, data handling, and the use of multiple sheets. More in-depth coverage of charts, data formatting, and reporting is covered.

MUST HAVE A GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF INTRODUCTORY EXCEL. It is highly recommended to take Excel Level I before taking this course.

RECOMMENDED: Bring a USB flash drive.



Microsoft Windows 7 Level I

In this course, you will learn the basics of Microsoft Windows 7. Emphasis will be placed on icons, pointers, editing documents, and navigating the operating system.

Supplies: Please bring a flash drive to class each session.

PRE-REQUISITE: Students must have completed Computer Literacy for Absolute Beginners or have the following knowledge: basic computer functions, an e-mail address, and knowledge of browsing the Internet.


Microsoft Word 2013 Basics

This course gives a brief introduction to the essential, basic activities in Microsoft Word 2013. Emphasis is placed on shortcuts and quick methods, to master the essentials of Word. It is intended to allow the student to perform the basic skills for use in an office and move toward a higher-level course.

Supplies: Please bring a flash drive to class each session.

PRE-REQUISITE: Students must have completed Computer Literacy for Absolute Beginners or have the following knowledge: basic computer functions, an e-mail address, and knowledge of browsing the Internet.


Microsoft Word 2013 Intermediate

This course will allow you to delve deeper into Microsoft Word. Emphasis will be placed on higher-level functions of the program, as well as mastery of the essentials. This course is intended for the student who has taken Microsoft Word 2013 Basics and desires to build onto their skills.

Supplies: Please bring a flash drive to class each session.


Networking (Introduction)

Introduction to Networking explains computer networking basics in terms that you can easily understand using concepts common to everyday, non-computing experience. A brief introduction to networking history provides context explaining how networks have become so important to businesses and individuals. The course emphasizes networking fundamentals, which explains the software and hardware that makes networking possible. The course stresses understanding how and why networks work rather than focusing on memorization of terms or numbers. Upon completion of this course, you will be capable of performing basic computer networking tasks such as DSL connectivity or configuring connections to an Internet Service Provider (ISR). This course will give you the foundation you need to begin training for CCNA Certification or employment in a computer networking career.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS DUE BY 12:00 NOON THE DAY PRIOR TO THE COURSE START DATE.


A+ Certification: Hardware (Basic) – Online – (First course in the series)

Time to roll up those sleeves and drive inside the personal computer! The basic CompTIA A+ certification preparation course teaches you about the hardware common to virtually every personal computer, including microprocessors, RAM, power supplies, motherboards, BIOS, CMOS, the expansion bus, and input/output devices. You’ll learn how things work, how to configure everything, and how to troubleshoot in real world environments. This course gives you the knowledge upon which you’ll base the rest of your CompTIA A+ certification studies for the 220-901 and 220-902 exams. Plus, this course helps you take that first step to becoming an excellent PC technician. So what are you waiting for?

REQUIREMENTS: a PC that you can take apart and put back together again. This can be anything from an ancient Intel 286 to a newer 486 or beyond. Because of the dangers of electro-static discharge (to the machine, not the student), we do not require you to tear apart your own primary computer.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS DUE BY 12:00 NOON THE DAY PRIOR TO THE COURSE START DATE


Computer Technician – Online

This course is specifically designed to prepare students for the CompTIA A+ certification exams. Students learn about hardware, operation systems, networking, security, and troubleshooting as well as more specialized topics such as mobile devices, laptops, and printers. In addition to one-on-one support from experienced instructors throughout the course and access to personalized graduate support after course completion, students receive two quick-reference exam study guides, a computer repair tool kit, a power supply tester, and a USB drive. Upon successful completion of the course modules and passing the final exams, students will be provided with two CompTIA A+ certification exam vouchers.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-678-8446 with questions.


Barber Training I

This state board approved, three-part program consists of 1,528 hours of training for men and women interested in becoming entry-level barbers. Topics include theory and lab experience to prepare for the NC State Board of Licensure examination. Students will be responsible for the additional cost of textbooks, barber kit, and uniforms.

Note: Will register three times for a total fee of $540.

Please call 910-678-0032 for more information.

Services Offered:

Haircuts: $2.00
Eyebrow Arch: $2.00
Facial: $2.00
Lineup: $2.00
Beard Lineup: $2.00
Shampoo/Style: $6.00
Shave (Razor/Clipper): $2.00

*Cash Only! No Refunds. (No bills over $20.00) Tipping is allowed.

Complete Price List

Contact

For Program Information: 910-678-0032
For Discounted Services: 910-678-0148


Cosmetology I

Fayetteville Technical Community College is now offering Cosmetology through Continuing Education! In Part I of the program students will be introduced to basic and intermediate cosmetology concepts and salon services. They will include sanitation, scalp treatments, safety, haircutting, color, and design and many more related topics. With successful completion, of this two-part 1500+ hour course students will be able to take the NC Cosmetic Arts State Board exam to become licensed. Students will be responsible for the additional cost of textbooks, esthetician kit, and uniforms.

Please call 910-678-0033 for more information including scholarships.


Esthetics & Skin Care, Part I

This two-part 600-hour Esthetician program provides future skin care specialists with the practical skills and knowledge necessary to be successful in the salon/spa industry. Students will learn how to perform popular esthetic services such as facials, waxing, and body treatments. This program prepares the student for the North Carolina State Cosmetic Arts Licensing Exam. Students will be responsible for the additional cost of textbooks, esthetician kit, and uniforms.

Please call 910-678-0033 for more information.


Manicuring & Nail Technology

Nail care is one of the hottest specialties in the beauty profession today! This state approved nail technology course develops skills in all facets of manicuring, pedicuring, nail extensions, and artificial nails. This program prepares the student for the North Carolina State Cosmetic Arts Licensing Exam. Students will be responsible for the additional cost of textbooks, manicurist kit, and uniforms.

Please call 910-678-0032 for more information.


Natural Hair Care

Fayetteville Technical Community College (FTCC) is now providing the program that prepares students for the licensure as a Natural Hair Specialist. Upon completion of the 300+ hour course, students must pass the examination with a score of 75% or higher and pay the license fee to become licensed. Students will also be responsible for the cost of textbooks, kit, and uniforms.

Please call 910-678-0033 for more information.


Therapeutic Massage

This 550-hour program provides future massage therapists with the practical skills and knowledge necessary to be successful in the salon/spa industry, as well as the field of healthcare. Students will gain a thorough understanding of the human body, its anatomy and physiology, as well as administering a professional massage in a clinical environment.

Students will be prepared to become licensed massage therapists in North Carolina. Students will be responsible for the additional cost of textbooks and uniforms.

Course Fee: $245 ($180 Registration + $50 Clinicals + $15 Required Student Insurance)

Sign up for the 1-hour Swedish Massage today! Only $20!

Contact

For Program Information: 910-678-0032
For Discounted Services: 910-678-0148


Become a Physical Therapy Aide

Prepare for a rewarding career as a valued member of the physical therapy (PT) team while learning all about the human body, specific disorders, and the way physical therapists (PTs) treat these disorders. We’ll begin by exploring the history of physical therapy and the relationships between physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and physical therapy aides. You’ll receive training on how to communicate effectively with other health care professionals and patients. You’ll come to understand medical terminology and anatomy and physiology used in the field of physical therapy, the medical documentation that physical therapists use, and the principles of ethics and law that affect the PT aide. Along with infection control, you’ll also learn proper body mechanics and how to safely move patients. We’ll also cover how to help patients walk with assistive devices like walkers, crutches, and canes. Furthermore, you’ll learn when PT’s use physical agents like heat, cold, ultrasound, and electricity. By the time you finish this eight-week course, you’ll have gained valuable knowledge and be well on your way to becoming an important member of the physical therapy team!

PRE-REGISTRATION IS DUE BY 12:00 NOON THE DAY PRIOR TO THE COURSE START DATE.


Become an Optical Assistant

If you think you’d like to become an optical assistant, this is the course for you! We’ll take a comprehensive look into the diverse world of optical assisting, and you’ll see why optometry is such an interesting field and how rewarding it can be to help people solve their vision problems. We’ll cover optical assisting in private practice, healthcare clinics, the military, teaching facilities, and in retail sales. You’ll discover the personal and professional skills needed to work in a front and back office and in an optical dispensary and lab. You’ll become familiar with all the things optical assistants must know about frames, styles, lenses, contact lenses, and working with people. You’ll also discover how our amazing eyes work and come to understand some common eye conditions. In addition, we’ll delve into specialty areas that optical assistants can work in such as refractive surgery centers, low vision clinics, and vision training practices. And finally, we’ll cover how to become certified and licensed, which will open up even more opportunities for you!

PRE-REGISTRATION IS DUE BY 12:00 NOON THE DAY PRIOR TO THE COURSE START DATE.


Cardiovascular Monitor/Technician – Hybrid

*Cardiovascular Monitor/Technician – Hybrid
This course is designed and approved to prepare the student to become a certified EKG (ECG) and Technician/ Monitor. The course will cover the anatomy and physiology of the heart, principles of EKG, dysrhythmia recognition of sinus, junctional/atrial rhythms, heart blocks and bundle branches and ventricular ectopy rhythms. Skills will include operating EKG equipment, running and mounting strips as well as reading and interpreting 22 types of cardiac lead tracings produced from 12 and five lead monitors and to understand the basics of capnography as it relates to heart function.

Students are required to complete online assignments as well as attend class once a week. For more information, please call 910-486-3923 or email us at healthprograms@faytechcc.edu.


Certified Nursing Assistant I

The purpose of a Nursing Assistant is to provide personal care and perform basic nursing skills for the elderly and other adults. During this program, emphasis will be placed on the process of aging including mental, social, and physical needs of the elderly, patient rights, nutrition management, diseases/disorders, and human body structure and function, etc. The course includes class, laboratory, and clinical learning experiences. Students must be able to read and communicate in English effectively. The course requires the student to comply with FTCC Immunization policy. Please note that some clinical facilities also require a criminal background check prior to attending clinical rotation. If a student cannot meet the criminal background check requirements, he or she will not be able to complete the program and will be dismissed from the course without a refund.

Insurance Fee: $14.00 required

For a list of requirements and information, please call 910-486-3923 or email us at healthprograms@faytechcc.edu

Pre-Registration is Required. Registration Fee: $180.

PRE-REQUISITES: Photocopies of the following are required the first day of class: Social Security Card, picture ID< high school credentials, and CPR card (must be the American Hearth Association’s Healthcare Provider CPR and cannot expire during class dates).


Certified Nursing Assistant II

The Nursing Assistant II course prepares graduates to perform more complex skills for patients or residents regardless of the setting. The course includes class, laboratory, and clinical learning experiences. Upon satisfactory completion of the course and skill/competency evaluation, the graduate is eligible to apply for listing as a Nurse Aide II with the North Carolina Board of Nursing Nurse Aide Registry. In all employment settings, the listed Nursing Assistant II will work under the direction and supervision of licensed personnel. The course requires the student to comply with FTCC Immunization policy. Please note that some clinical facilities require a criminal background check prior to attending clinical rotation. If a student cannot meet the criminal background check requirements, he or she will not be able to complete the program and will be dismissed from the course without a refund.

Insurance Fee: $14.00 required

For a list of requirements and information, please call 910-486-3923 or email us at healthprograms@faytechcc.edu

Pre-Registration is required in the Neill Currie Building, Room 9.

Textbook Requirement: Custom ACP Nurse Aid II, 2nd Edition

Photocopies of the following are required the first day of class: Social Security Card, picture ID< high school credentials, and CPR card (must be the American Hearth Association’s Healthcare Provider CPR and cannot expire during class dates) current listing on North Carolina Registry as a Nursing Assistant I (cannot expire during class dates), and successful completion of a formal CNA I program.


Certified Personal Trainer – Hybrid

Begin an exciting career in health and fitness and learn the fundamentals of the personal training profession. This course will prepare students for the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) certification exam. Students will learn the basic principles of training including Fundamentals of Human Movement Science, Assessments, Training Concepts and Program Design, Nutrition and Supplementation, Client Interaction, and Professional Development.

NOTE: Six hours of CPR training are included in this class.

Textbook Requirement: NASM Essentials of Personal Fitness Training, 4th Edition.


Coding Bootcamp, Part I

Whether the student is new to medical coding or transitioning from ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM/PCS, this course helps prepare the student to code accurately and effectively using the ICD-10-CM/PCS code set with a complete understanding of relevant medical terminology and anatomy. The course will help the student by making unfamiliar medical language more approachable, and carefully sequenced medical terminology lessons help the student to understand the vastly increased anatomy necessary for accurate coding, including the locations of hundreds of arteries, muscles, nerves, and other anatomy. Students are responsible for the cost of the textbooks.


Electronic Health Records Office Professional – Online

Train for a new career as an Electronic Health Records Office Professional! In this career, individuals play an integral role in the daily operations of physician’s offices and hospitals. Throughout this course, students will learn Microsoft Office basics, healthcare documentation and reimbursement, practice finances, and standard office procedures. In addition, students will be focusing heavily on a vital component of the medical field-electronic health records. Students will complete interactive course modules that include over 20 hours of training on the industry-standard ezEMRx EHR software. Upon successful completion of the Electronic Health Records Office Professional course, students will be prepared for the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) and Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) certification exams through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). Additionally, upon successful completion of the Electronic Health Records Office Professional course, the CEHRS exam voucher will be provided to the student.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-678-8446 with questions.


FTCC Online Medical Administrative Assistant

As the healthcare industry continues to change rapidly, the demand is increasing for support staff! Employers are looking for independent and trainable individuals who are dedicated to detail-oriented job duties and top-notch customer service! This course will provide individuals with the skills and knowledge needed to successfully assist patients with the administrative components of medical-related appointments and treatments. From patient scheduling to practice finances and recordkeeping, this course will prepare individuals to be a dynamic member of a medical office environment!

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Textbook/Course Materials: Please call 910-678-8446 for more information.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-678-8446 with questions.


FTCC Online Medical Billing

Are you ready to gain new skills that will lead to new job opportunities? All hospitals and physicians’ offices depend on support staff whose primary responsibilities are to file claims for healthcare reimbursement from insurance companies and third-party payers. This course will provide individuals with the knowledge and skills required to successfully complete all documentation for reimbursement of medical services rendered by healthcare professionals. This course also will train individuals in patient billing and collection, which addresses healthcare services not covered by insurance companies and third-party payers. Come learn the essentials of medical billing and be prepared to enter the workforce in an exciting time in the healthcare industry!

Pre-Requisite: Successful completion of a medical coding program and/or professional coding experience.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-678-8446 with questions.


FTCC Online Medical ICD-10 Coding, Part I

This course is the first course in a two-part, instructor-led program that prepares students to work as medical coders in a physician’s office or hospital setting. Medical coders utilize medical records and patient charts to find diagnostic and procedural information that can be put into numerical codes and used by insurance companies and third-party payers for payment. This specific course provides an introduction to the medical coding industry and explores topics such as medical terminology, anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, medical records, medical ethics, ICD-10 coding, and more! Topics covered in this course provide foundational knowledge used in the everyday job duties of medical coding professionals. Throughout the course, students will have a structured, online learning environment and access to an instructor who is certified through AAPC and currently works in the field of medical coding.

NOTE: The course textbook will be an e-book accessed through FTCC’s library.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-678-8446 with questions.


FTCC Online Medical ICD-10 Coding, Part II

Complete the two-part, instructor-led ICD-10 medical coding program! This course will prepare students for real-world, professional coding duties in a physician’s office or hospital setting. Topics covered in this course include: ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT, and HCPCS code sets. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be prepared to take the Certified Coding Associate (CCA) and/or Certified Professional Coder (CPC) certifications exams through AHIMA and/or AAPC respectively. Throughout the course, students will have a structured, online learning environment and access to an instructor who is a certified coder and currently works in the field of medical coding.

PRE-REQUISITE: Successful completion of the FTCC Online Medical ICD-10 Coding, Part I course.

Textbook Requirement: Students will be required to purchase Carol Buck’s Step-by-Step Medical Coding, 2017 ed. Students will be required to have the textbook on the start date of the course. The following textbooks will be provided in e-book format: ICD-10-CM/ICD-10-PCS, AMA-HCPCS Level II Code Book and AMA CPT Code Book.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.


FTCC Online Working in the Pharmacy

The Working in the Pharmacy-Online training program is designed to help students gain the knowledge and skills necessary to aid in the successful daily operations of a pharmacy. Course modules will emphasize pharmacy job roles and responsibilities, keyboarding accuracy and skills, knowledge of pharmacy computer hardware and software, communication skills, customer service techniques, payment processing, familiarity with various forms of insurance plans, producing audit logs, the differences in policies and procedures of institutional and retail pharmacy settings, and pharmacy law, regulations, and standards. Students will also become familiar with pharmacology, prescriptions, pharmaceutical calculations, and non-sterile compounding. Upon completion of this course, students will be prepared to seek certification through the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB).

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-678-8446 with questions.


Fundamental Skills for Substance Abuse Counselors, Part I,/h4>
This course is designed to introduce you to the field of chemical dependency with an overview of the counseling concepts and processes involved. Studies will include a historical perspective, the addictive process, classifications and effects of drugs, an in-depth view of the state certification process of becoming a certified Substance Abuse Counselor for North Carolina, and substance abuse prevention strategies.

Textbook Requirement: Chemical Dependency Counseling (A Practical Guide), 5th Edition.


Fundamental Skills for Substance Abuse Counselors, Part II

This course builds on those skills developed in Part I and includes fundamental counseling skills and relapse prevention.

Textbook Requirement: Chemical Dependency Counseling (A Practical Guide), 5th Edition.

PRE-REQUISITE: Fundamental Skills for Substance Abuse Counselors, Part I

Health Information Technology, Part I

Train for a new career in a medical office! This course is the first course in the Health Information Technology program, which prepares students to manage the front office administration and basic computer support responsibilities of today’s healthcare office. In this course, students will focus primarily on medical administrative assistant duties and electronic health records. Upon completion of the Health Information Technology Parts I and II courses, students will be prepared for the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA), Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS), and CompTIA A+ certification exams through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). Additionally, upon successful completion of the Health Information Technology Parts I and II courses, the CEHRS and CompTIA A+ certification exam vouchers will be provided to the student.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-678-8446 with questions.


Health Information Technology, Part II

Complete the Health Information Technology program! This course is the second course in the Health Information Technology program, which prepares students to manage the front office administration and basic computer support responsibilities of today’s healthcare office. In this specific course, students will focus on technology topics that affect medical offices such as hardware, operating systems, networking, security, and troubleshooting as well as more specialized topics such as mobile devices, laptops, and printers. Students will be provided with a computer repair kit, and flash drive. These materials will be shipped to the student several weeks into the course. Upon completion of the Health Information Technology Parts I and II courses, students will be prepared for the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA), Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS), and CompTIA A+ certification exams through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). Additionally, upon successful completion of the Health Information Technology Parts I and II courses, the CEHRS and CompTIA A+ certification exam vouchers will be provided to the student.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.


How to Become a Substance Abuse Counselor

This seminar is designed to introduce you to the field of substance abuse counseling with an overview of the counseling concepts and processes involved. You will learn about the state certification process of becoming a certified Substance Abuse Counselor for North Carolina.


Human Anatomy and Physiology

This course begins with an explanation of the nature of matter and a review of the principles of chemistry that are important to human physiology. We’ll place an emphasis on the organization of the human body and the differences between nonliving matter and living organisms. We’ll also cover cell anatomy and physiology because all life processes are ultimately carried out at the cellular level. You’ll also learn principles of genetics and gain an understanding of how traits are passed from one generation to the next. After we’ve established this foundation, we’ll survey the anatomy and physiology of each of our 11 organ systems. We’ll also discuss functions of the different organ systems that you’ll probably find surprising. In addition, each lesson includes information about specific disorders that sometimes happen to our bodies, and we’ll also talk about some recent advances in medicine. By the end of this course, you’ll have a greater appreciation and understanding of the marvelous complexity of the human body!

PRE-REGISTRATION IS DUE BY 12:00 NOON THE DAY PRIOR TO THE COURSE START DATE.


ICD-10 Fast Track for Professional Coders – Online

The ICD-10 Fast Track for Professional Coders course prepares medical coders to use the new ICD-10 code set, which all healthcare facilities and physicians’ offices began using October 1, 2015. The course assumes students are already familiar with the principles of medical coding as well as medical terminology, pharmacology, and basic anatomy and pathophysiology. Students will learn ICD-10 specific advanced anatomy/physiology as well as advanced pathophysiology and ICD-10 coding with guided, hands-on exercises that allow students to gain real-world experience with the new ICD-10 code set. In this course, students will receive the AHA Code Set Training handbook, AMA ICD-10-CM codebook, and the AMA ICD-10-PCS codebook.

PRE-REQUISITES: Completion of a coding program and/or current employment in the field of medical coding is required.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-678-8446 with questions.


Medical Billing (Intermediate) – Online

Learn at home at the convenience of your computer! The Online Medical Billing (Intermediate) program helps the student gain the knowledge and skills necessary to follow claims all the way through payment and prepares the student to work with industry specific forms such as CMS-1500 and UB-40. The program’s curriculum was developed by industry professionals with years of experience. The Online Medical Billing (Intermediate) program will teach the student computer fundamentals, healthcare structure and organization, and documentation and confidentiality. The student will also learn medical coding basics as well as healthcare reimbursement, ICD-10 and X12 5010 fundamentals, and patient billing and collection. This course is 16 weeks in length. Students must have Internet access and an e-mail account.

PRE-REQUISITE: It is recommended that students take a coding course or have prior coding experience before taking the Online Medical Billing (Intermediate) course.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-678-8446 with questions.


Medical Coding Certification Exam Preparation

Are you ready for the Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam through AAPC? If you are nervous about specific coding concepts or need a refresher, come join Deborah Hammond as she rigorously prepares individuals for the CPC certification exam! This course will provide individuals with an intensive curriculum that reviews medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT, and HCPCS codes! In an effort to increase individuals’ levels of comfort with the CPC certification exam, individuals will also be provided with testing tips and strategies and complete practice exams before the conclusion of the course.

PRE-REQUISITE: Successful completion of a medical coding program and/or professional coding experience.

Textbook Requirement: ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting, Vol 1-3, 2017 Ed., ICD-10-PCS Procedure Coding System, 2017 Ed. AMA-CPT Codebook, 2017 Ed. (Standard or Professional Editions ONLY), AMA-HCPCS Level II Code Book, 2017 Ed.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-678-8446 with questions.


Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach

This course teaches medical terminology from an anatomical approach. Root terms are divided by each body system. The origin, a combined form, and an example of non-medical everyday usage will be provided for each root term, and word associations are provided as a learning tool. Unusual and interesting information is provided in regards to each term. Root terms are combined with prefixes and suffixes as your learning will culminate in the interpretation of several paragraphs of medical notes.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS DUE BY 12:00 NOON THE DAY PRIOR TO THE COURSE START DATE.


Medical Transcription Editor, Part I – Online

Learn from home at the convenience of your computer! This 16-week course is the first in a two-part program designed to teach the student to transfer audio-recorded dictation into hard copy medical documents. The student will also gain the knowledge and skills of speech recognition editing which will help them produce medical documents that are used by physicians, medical personnel, and courts of law on a daily basis. The course provides basic skills in keyboarding, grammar, medical terminology, anatomy, and transcription.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-678-8446 with questions.


Medical Transcription Editor, Part II – Online

Complete the medical transcription editor program! The second part of this program is a 16-week course designed to teach the student to transfer audio-recorded dictation into hard copy medical documents. The student will also gain the knowledge and skills of speech recognition editing which will help them to review medical documents that are used by physicians, medical personnel, and courts of law on a daily basis. The course provides basic skills in transcription, editing theory, editing technique, and editing transcription reports.

As us about career services for students who successfully complete the online Medical Transcription Editor, Part II course.

PRE-REQUISITE: Successful completion of the Online Medical Transcription Editor, Part I course.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.


Phlebotomy

The job of a phlebotomist includes maintenance of equipment used in obtaining blood specimens, the use of appropriate communication skills when working with patients, the selection of venipuncture sites, the care of blood specimens, the entry of the testing process into the computer, as well as clerical duties associated with record keeping of the blood tests. This course prepares the student to draw blood specimens from patients for the purpose of testing and analyzing blood with additional emphasis placed on the theory and clinical experience in performing blood collections. Upon successful completion of this program, the student should be prepared to take the National Phlebotomy Certification Examination. The course requires the student to comply with FTCC’s Immunization policy. Please note that some clinical facilities also require a criminal background check prior to attending clinical rotation. If a student cannot meet the criminal background check requirements, he or she will not be able to complete the program and will be dismissed from the course without a refund.

Insurance fee of $14.00 is required on the first day of class.

Textbook Requirement: The Phlebotomy Textbook, 3rd Edition.

Photocopies of the following are required: Picture ID, high school credentials, and CPR card (must be the American Heart Association’s Healthcare Provider CPR card and cannot expire during class dates). For more information, please call 910-486-3923 or email us at healthprograms@faytechcc.edu. Pre-Registration is required.


Phlebotomy (Hybrid)

The job of a phlebotomist includes maintenance of equipment used in obtaining blood specimens, the use of appropriate communication skills when working with patients, the selection of venipuncture sites, the care of blood specimens, the entry of the testing process into the computer, as well as clerical duties associated with record keeping of the blood tests. This course prepares the student to draw blood specimens from patients for the purpose of testing and analyzing blood with additional emphasis placed on the theory and clinical experience in performing blood collections. Upon successful completion of this program, the student should be prepared to take the National Phlebotomy Certification Examination. The course requires the student to comply with FTCC’s Immunization policy. Please note that some clinical facilities also require a criminal background check prior to attending clinical rotation. If a student cannot meet the criminal background check requirements, he or she will not be able to complete the program and will be dismissed from the course without a refund.

Students are required to complete online assignments as well, as attend class once a week.

Insurance fee of $14.00 is required on the first day of class.

Textbook Requirement: The Phlebotomy Textbook, 3rd Edition.

Photocopies of the following are required: Picture ID, high school credentials, and CPR card (must be the American Heart Association’s Healthcare Provider CPR card and cannot expire during class dates). For more information, please call 910-486-3923 or email us at healthprograms@faytechcc.edu. Pre-Registration is required.


Physiology, Anatomy, and Pharmacology of Substance Abuse

Continue your training to become a certified substance abuse counselor or gain additional information to those already employed as substance abuse counselors by taking this course. Instruction will include the varied roles drugs play in contemporary society including the historical context of drug use, misuse, and addiction, an overview of cell permeability and human neuronal physiology, how the human brain’s reward system functions, and the pharmacology of the classes of psychoactive substances and tolerance, withdrawal, and protocol for detoxification from each.

Textbook Requirement: Uppers, Downers, All Arounders: Physical and Mental Effects of Psychoactive Drugs, 8th edition.


Professional Medical Coding & Billing, Part I – Online

This sixteen-week course is the first course in a two-part, AHIMA-approved program that prepares students for the Certified Coding Associate (CCA) and Certified Professional Coder (CPC) certification exams. Medical coding is the process of assigning formal, standardized codes to diagnoses and procedures performed or identified by physicians. Medical coders utilize medical records and patient charts to find diagnostic and procedural information that can be put into numerical codes and used by insurance companies and third party payers for payment. The Professional Medical Coding & Billing, Part I course helps students learn medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, pharmacology, healthcare information management, healthcare delivery systems, reimbursement methodologies, and ICD-10 coding. Topics explored in this course are important as they prepare students for learning the remaining elements of ICD-10 coding, which will be covered in the Online Professional Medical Coding & Billing Part II course. Reference books and instructional and technical support are included in this course, which is instructed by Career Step. This course is online, and a student should plan to devote 25 to 30 hours per week to the course work.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-678-8446 with questions.


Professional Medical Coding & Billing, Part II – Online

Complete the medical coding and billing program! The second part of this AHIMA-approved program is a sixteen-week course that helps students learn CPT and HCPCS coding, advanced biomedical sciences, advanced ICD-10 coding, and advanced ICD-10-PCS coding. Students also practice their coding skills in extensive practical modules to gain valuable hands-on experience before taking their final exams. By the end of the course, students will be prepared to take the Certified Coding Associate (CCA) and Certified Professional Coder (CPC) examinations through AHIMA and AAPC respectively. Reference books and instructional and technical support are included in this course, which is instructed by Career Step. This course is online, and a student should plan to devote 25 to 30 hours per week to the course work.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.


Registered Medical Assistant I

The RMA program is a two-part course for students interested in becoming multi-skilled back office medical assistants.

Insurance Fee: $14.00 required.

Textbook Requirement: Delmar’s Comprehensive Medical Assisting: Administrative and Clinical Competencies, 5th Edition.

For further information, please call 910-486-3923 or email us at healthprograms@faytechcc.edu. Pre-Registration is required.

Photocopies of the following are required: picture ID and high school credentials.


Registered Medical Assistant I (Hybrid)

The RMA program is a two-part course for students interested in becoming multi-skilled back office medical assistants.

Students are required to complete online assignments as well as attend class twice a week.

Insurance Fee: $14.00 required.

Textbook Requirement: Delmar’s Comprehensive Medical Assisting: Administrative and Clinical Competencies, 5th Edition.

For further information, please call 910-486-3923 or email us at healthprograms@faytechcc.edu. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED in the Neill Currie Building, Room 8.

Photocopies of the following are required: picture ID and high school credentials.


Registered Medical Assistant II

The RMA program is a two-part course for students interested in becoming multi-skilled back office medical assistants.

Insurance Fee: $14.00 required.

Textbook Requirement: Delmar’s Comprehensive Medical Assisting: Administrative and Clinical Competencies, 5th Edition.

For further information, please call 910-486-3923 or email us at healthprograms@faytechcc.edu. Pre-Registration is required in the Neill Currie Building, Room 9.

Photocopies of the following are required: picture ID and high school credentials.


Substance Abuse Counselors’ State Board Exam Preparation

This course is a continuation of the Fundamental Skills for Substance Abuse Counselors series and is designed for the advanced substance abuse student who has successfully completed Parts I and II and intends to sit for the NC State Boards exam. Discussions will include the application of substance abuse counseling in business, industry, and in various professions. Students will receive test prep tips for passing the State Boards Exam.

Textbook Requirement: Chemical Dependency Counseling (A Practical Guide), 5th Edition.


Working in the Pharmacy – Online

The Working in the Pharmacy-Online training program is designed to help students gain the knowledge and skills necessary to aid in the successful daily operations of a pharmacy. Course modules will emphasize pharmacy job roles and responsibilities, keyboarding accuracy and skills, knowledge of pharmacy computer hardware and software, communication skills, customer service techniques, payment processing, familiarity with various forms of insurance plans, producing audit logs, the differences in policies and procedures of institutional and retail pharmacy settings, and pharmacy law, regulations, and standards. Students will also become familiar with pharmacology, prescriptions, pharmaceutical calculations, and non-sterile compounding. Upon completion of this course, students will be prepared to take the certification exam through the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB).

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.

Students may qualify for a discount in the registration fee. Call 910-678-8446 with questions.


Working in the Pharmacy II – Online

Complete your career training with hands-on experience! This course is designed to teach students to successfully aid in the daily operations of a pharmacy by completing an internship in a retail pharmacy setting. Through practical application of the knowledge and skills acquired in the Working in the Pharmacy-Online course, students will engage in experiential learning with the supervision of a pharmacist. Upon completion of this course, students will be eligible to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Examination (PTCE) through the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB).

PRE-REQUISITE: Successful completion of the Working in the Pharmacy I – Online course.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 PM ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.


Fundamentals for Forklift Driver

This course is designed for inexperienced operators or operators who haven’t driven for some time. The fundamentals of forklift operation will be covered in detail as well as safety concerns. This course meets the requirements for OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.178(1). Students will gain experience in operating a lift by negotiating an obstacle course, stacking pallets, and performing other tasks.

CLASS IS LIMITED TO 12 STUDENTS.


GTAW (Gas Tungsten Arc Welding) – Tig, Part I

Highly skilled and trained welders are in demand in both the military and civilian sectors. This tig welding course is designed to teach the fundamentals, knowledge, and skills needed for a successful career in welding. This course is performance and safety oriented.


NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace

This course provides students with information on electrical standards for safety within the workplace established by the National Fire Protection Association. Emphasis will be placed on wiring and safety regulations as they apply to low and medium voltage equipment as well as Arch Flash and Blast Hazards.

This is a self-supporting class; fee-exempt status does not apply.


OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Course

This is a comprehensive course designed to prepare persons responsible for plant safety in the event of an OSHA inspection. This course is recognized by the US Department of Labor and taught by an authorized OSHA Construction Safety Outreach Instructor. It addresses safety management, hazard recognition, inspection process, required safety programs, and areas of general industry most often cited. The course will include inspections, citation and penalties, material handling, electrical, welding, means of egress, walking and working surfaces, hazardous materials, personal protective equipment, machine safeguarding, and communications. Students who pass the written exam receive Certificates of Completion from the Federal OSHA. This course is appropriate for safety and human resource professionals, line supervisors, managers, and safety committee representatives, or those who have a need for a deeper understanding of current OSHA standards for their company or plant.


Welding Technology (Mig, Tig, Stick & Oxyacetylene)

This course is designed to teach you or your apprentices the welding techniques and manipulative skills, required for each welding process. Train on state-of-the-art welding and cutting machines. Welding technique is stressed above welding theory as the students must be able to meet the welding performance demands of industry. This course is performance and safety oriented.