Upcoming Courses

Courses

This course covers the hundreds of new codes and definitions in chapters 1-4 of the 2020 National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements for electrical installations. Major changes include new surge protection rules for dwelling units, new Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) rules for dwelling and non-dwelling units, and new emergency disconnect rules for dwelling units.


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This course will cover hundreds of new codes and definitions of the 2020 National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements for electrical installations. Major changes include new surge protection rules for dwelling units, new Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) rules for dwelling and non-dwelling units, and new emergency disconnect rules for dwelling units.

This course provides 8 core or professional hours for electricians. Parts one and two must be taken to recieve DOPL credit.


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This course will cover hundreds of new codes and definitions of the 2020 National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements for electrical installations. Major changes include new surge protection rules for dwelling units, new Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) rules for dwelling and non-dwelling units, and new emergency disconnect rules for dwelling units.

This course provides 8 core or professional hours for electricians.


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For those with contractor licenses in Utah, this course teaches applications of advanced rooftop units (RTU), their operation, components, controls, ventilation requirements and energy consumption. This course meets Utah Department of Occupational and Professional Licensing (DOPL) requirements for Contractor Core Hours- 3; Electrician Professional Hours- 3; Plumber Core Hours -3. This course also meets DOPL's 1-hour requirement for energy conservation.


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The workshop focuses on students use of SLR and advanced mirrorless cameras. Learn ISO, aperture, and shutter speed and their proper use. Discover why there are better settings other than AUTO, when to use them and what they are.


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This workshop meets twice, 2.5 hours per session. As a result of this 2-day workshop students will be able to apply focus, composition, background selection and lighting to photographs; demonstrate file management; and practice proper use of Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. No experience necessary, however basic knowledge of ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed would be useful. The workshop includes hands-on learning of flash photography so a camera capable of external flash would be useful.


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Develop listening, writing, and speaking skills to inspire action for business-specific outcomes. This course combines online lessons and assignments with in-class/webinar activities to assess and practice business communication scenarios.


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Come explore salaries, demand, and skills needed in a variety of occupations across multiple industries. Students will explore online resources and complete a preliminary career pathway plan


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In this course you will learn how to reduce light pollution and identify and comply with municipal dark sky city codes and ordinances. Ensuring that outdoor lighting is Dark Sky friendly promotes human health and safety, saves energy, protects wildlife, and preserves the shared resource and heritage of our night sky.

This course meets DOPL requirements for 4 professional hours for electricians.


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Falls from heights are the most frequent cause of death in the construction industry. This workshop addresses OSHA requirements as they relate to safely working from heights; the most common mistakes that lead to injuries and fatalities; best fall prevention practices; and safe use and set-up of ladders and scaffolding.


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This course introduces students to various forms of genealogical and family history writing, such as a two-generation compiled genealogy, research report, record resource guide/how-to-article, and family history narrative. It also introduces students to analytical reading, the writing process, analysis, and evaluation of genealogical research.


October 22, 2024 to December 24, 2024, Online
This course provides a thorough introduction to the relatively young field of genetic research within a genealogical and ancestral context. Students will learn the basics of genetic genealogy and how it is used to resolve family history research cases. They will learn methodologies and best practices for Y chromosome (Ycs), mitochondrial (mtDNA) and autosomal DNA (atDNA) test results and how to apply this knowledge in extending and verifying traditional genealogical research.


August 20, 2024 to October 15, 2024, Online
October 22, 2024 to December 24, 2024, Online
The Home Energy Rating System (HERS) provides 3rd party verification of energy code compliance for builders through the Energy Rating Index (ERI) performance path. This online-only workshop introduces the essential points to HERS and ERI, as well as the market benefits of building HERS-rated homes.


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Correctly sizing HVAC systems ensures thermal comfort, affordability, and satisfaction of clients. This workshop covers the fundamental principles used in load calculations and duct sizing to ensure an appropriate system size is selected.


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This workshop teaches the 2015 International Residential Code as adopted throughout Utah. Taught by a Utah code inspector, this live workshop is available in-person or via Zoom and satisfies all 6-hours of DOPL's re-licensing requirements for contractors.


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This course introduces students to genealogy computer programs and basic genealogy skills used to conduct research and document records with appropriate citations. Students will learn how to use Internet tools for genealogy research in records from 1900 to present.


August 20, 2024 to October 15, 2024, Online
October 22, 2024 to December 24, 2024, Online
Participants will implement graphic design skills to effectively design print and digital publishing such as logos, posters, flyers, and newsletters.


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For those with contractor licenses in Utah, this course teaches the critical factors affecting the energy performance in the home. This course meets Utah Department of Occupational and Professional Licensing (DOPL) requirements for Contractor Core Hours- 3; Contractor Professional Hours- 3. This course also meets DOPL's 1-hour requirement for energy conservation.


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Participants will be introduced to the basic tools used in Adobe Photoshop CC including the workspace, creating and editing images, working with layers, modifying colors, adding text, and many other commonly used features.


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This course introduces students to the solar industry and the basic principles of the photovoltaic (PV) system design as well as solar module placement, permitting, inspection, and the business case for solar installation.


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Moving to management? Develop your management communication skills with the confidence to listen, document, and present information professionally in business scenarios.


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This course will cover hundreds of new codes and definitions of the 2020 National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements for electrical installations. Major changes include new surge protection rules for dwelling units, new Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) rules for dwelling and non-dwelling units, and new emergency disconnect rules for dwelling units.

This course provides 8 core or professional hours for electricians. Parts one and two must be taken to recieve DOPL credit.


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This course provides support to teachers with Associate Educator licenses who are candidates seeking a Professional Educator teaching license in the state of Utah in meeting the Praxis Performance Assessment for Teachers [PPAT] requirement. Students will engage in a rigorous examination of Assessment requirements and draft responses to a selection of prompts with peer feedback, mapping out a plan to complete and submit all PPAT requirements.


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This course will help prepare students for the application process to become a Certified Genealogist® by walking students through each requirement of the Board for Certification of Genealogists® (BCG) portfolio. This course provides students with practice assignments that correlate to BCG requirements, so students will feel confident when they prepare and submit their BCG portfolio. A passing grade in this course, however, in no way guarantees that a student's portfolio submission to BCG will result in approval.


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This course will help prepare students for the application process to become a Certified Genealogist® by walking students through each requirement of the Board for Certification of Genealogists® (BCG) portfolio. This course provides students with practice assignments that correlate to BCG requirements, so students will feel confident when they prepare and submit their BCG portfolio. A passing grade in this course, however, in no way guarantees that a student's portfolio submission to BCG will result in approval.


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This 30-hour course is completely online with completion within 15 weeks. Students learn how to prepare a four-generation client research project that includes a written report.


August 20, 2024 to December 17, 2024, Online
Critical Path Method (CPM) teaches profitability, stress reduction, and project management. CPM identifies the impact of activities on project timeline, proceeding activities, and which to conduct concurrently.


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This course is designed for the new or seasoned project manager who needs immediate support or new strategies for initiating, planning, executing, monitoring, controlling, and closing a project.


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In this course, students will learn how to trace their ancestors using online Irish record sources. This course focuses primarily on Irish records from the 19th and early 20th centuries and is designed for those who have a general idea of where in Ireland their ancestors came from, such as the county. This course does not cover pre-famine Scotch-Irish.


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Participants will learn important rules and strategies for collecting Social Security, Medicare planning, estate planning, tax planning in retirement, and retirement income planning.


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This self-paced course introduces Electricians to the specifics of the solar industry and the basic principles of PV system design including module placement, permitting, inspection, economics as well as the current NEC requirements that govern solar installations.

This course meets DOPL requirements for 4 professional hours for electricians.


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This workshop will focus on general guidelines and best practices for classroom substitute teachers. The workshop will cover developmental ages and stages as it pertains to classroom instruction, professional ethics and practices, classroom management strategies, and tools to help substitute teachers sustain learning in the classrooms to which they are assigned.


Monday, August 26, 2024, Online
Monday, November 4, 2024, Online
Build upon your existing business writing, listening, and speaking skills to achieve team goals and connect with co-workers for maximum productivity. This course empowers strong business team development utilizing research-based models of team dynamics in the workplace.?


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This 24-hour course serves as a learning bridge for students who wish to join advanced technology programs in the Workforce Training and Education department.


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TEST This course covers the fundamentals of HTML and the building blocks of creating web pages. An in-depth dive into syntax, best practices for organizing documents, the importance of semantic structure when planning a website, website fundamentals, uploading File Transfer Protocol (FTP) to a web server, and industry leading coding software are introduced.


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Tracing Immigrant Origins introduces students to the methods and sources needed to extend a genealogy beyond the U.S. to other countries. Students will learn to accomplish this by finding evidence in U.S. records, which often provides clues or the place name of the foreign locality.


August 20, 2024 to October 15, 2024, Online
Students explore record groups and repositories which contain?U.S. genealogy sources linking families from 1850 to 1900. This course will train students to solve problems by evaluating evidence discovered in this research.


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This course provides an in-depth study of sources, records, and methodologies beyond U.S. Genealogy Research I, and focusing on years prior to 1850. This course can be taken concurrently with WTGN 012 International Research I and/or WTGN 016 Tracing Immigrant Origins.


October 22, 2024 to December 24, 2024, Online
This 16-hour course provides the necessary training and testing for individuals performing safety inspections for tractors, trailers, and busses, or other vehicles with a GVWR of 26,001 or higher. Students that score 80% or higher on their final examination are eligible to apply for their Vehicle Inspection Certification from the Utah Department of Public Safety.


August 17-24, 2024, Westpointe Center - WWTE, 159
September 14-21, 2024, Westpointe Center - WWTE, 159
October 19-26, 2024, Westpointe Center - WWTE, 159
November 9-16, 2024, Westpointe Center - WWTE, 159
This 16-hour course provides the necessary training and testing for individuals performing safety inspections for passenger vehicles, light trucks, and motorcycles. Students that score 80% or higher on their final examinations are eligible to apply for their Vehicle Inspection Certification from the Utah Department of Public Safety.


August 3-10, 2024, Miller Campus - MFEC, 113
October 5-12, 2024, Miller Campus - MFEC, 113
This course will enable students to develop competence in writing life stories by analyzing, organizing, and developing ideas. Students learn how to locate and use library and online resources for supporting ideas and how to adapt one's writing to various audiences. Instruction and practice in nonfiction writing styles and mechanics, documentation, and critical reading are the focus.


August 20, 2024 to October 15, 2024, Online
October 22, 2024 to December 24, 2024, Online
The Salt Lake County Health Department requires everyone wanting to be a certified I/M emissions inspector in Salt Lake County to complete this 24-hour training class offered only by Salt Lake Community College. SLCC's Applied Vehicle Emissions course includes an online component along with a two-hour in-person lab held on the Miller Campus in Sandy.


July 1-31, 2024, Online
August 1-31, 2024, Online
September 1-30, 2024, Online
October 1-31, 2024, Online
November 1-30, 2024, Online
December 1-31, 2024, Online
Salt Lake County Health Department requires everyone wanting to renew their emissions technician certification to complete this 2-hour self-paced online training class offered only by Salt Lake Community College.


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The 100% online, instructor-led LSAT Preparation 2-Course bundle prepares students for the rigors of the LSAT exam in a two-part format. For more information and to register, click this link: https://www.ed2go.com/slcc/online-courses/lsat-preparation-series/


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This two-hour workshop provides the examination for individuals of the SLCC Diesel Systems Technician program who wish to also perform safety inspections for tractors, trailers, and busses, or other vehicles with a GVWR of 26,001 or higher. Students that score 80% or higher on their final examination are eligible to apply for their Vehicle Inspection Certification from the Utah Department of Public Safety.


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