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1 Adult Career Development Career Development & Personal Enrichment Classes NEW THIS SEMESTER! English as a Second Language pg. 3 Commercial Drone Pilot Test Prep pg. 5 Beginner Beekeeping pg. 6 Online Courses pg July-December 2017

2 Table of Contents Table of Contents...2 Business, Education & Professional Development...3 Construction & Transportation Drone Flight Training...5 Agriculture & Beekeeping...6 EMT & Security...7 Health Sciences Hunter Safety...9 Information Technology Online Classes...11 Personal Enrichment Firearms Training Retirement & Investments Welding, Machine Tooling & Polyfusion Daytime Career Majors Enrollment Information...18 Enrollment Application

3 BUSINESS, EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Adult Basic Education (GED)* 8/22/17 12/14/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM ~ ~ Adult Basic Education (GED)* 5/23/17 7/26/17 T,W 9:00 AM 11:30 AM ~ ~ Ebay - Buying and Selling Basics 8/14/17 9/25/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 18 $70 English as a Second Language 8/17/17 10/5/17 TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 English as a Second Language 10/12/17 12/14/17 TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Facebook for Business 8/22/17 8/24/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 6 $35 Facebook for Business 10/24/17 10/26/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 6 $35 Facebook for Business 12/5/17 12/7/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 6 $35 QuickBooks Basics 11/30/17 12/7/17 TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 6 $30 Small Business Boot Camp 9/28/17 11/9/17 TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 18 $70 Sign Language Basic 8/14/17 10/9/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 + $20 B Sign Language Basic 10/16/17 12/4/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 + $20 B Spanish - Basic Conversational 8/14/17 10/9/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 + $20 B Spanish - Intermediate Conversational 10/16/17 12/4/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 + $20 B * = Discount Unavailable, B = Book Fee BUSINESS, EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ADULT BASIC EDUCATION (GED) In today s society, companies value education and many require a high school level education before they will hire you. Prepare yourself for the future by studying for the General Education Development test. This course is taught by instructors that want you to succeed. (The GED test is not part of the GED class) Sponsored by the Chickasha Adult Learning Center, call for more information. Discount unavailable. ebay - BUYING AND SELLING BASICS Learn from an ebay power Seller! Open your own storefront. If you are ready to buy and sell on ebay, this class will get you started. You will learn about bidding, posting, paying, and how to collect money for selling. Prerequisite Student must have basic computer & proficiency, a credit card to set up an online account, & proficiency with online banking. ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE For individuals who want to learn English. This class is great for all levels, and will increase English skills in speaking, writing, reading, and listening. Los estudiantes practicaran pronunciacion en cada reunion de clase. Ellos aprenderan el vocabulario necesario para las activadades de la vida diaria. Ellos aprenderan a converser en ingles para diferentes situaciones (escuela, trabajo). Se espera que los estudiantes, lean, escriban, escuchen, y balen en cada session de la clase. Inscribirse Hoy! FACEBOOK FOR BUSINESS More than 1 billion people use Facebook, which makes it the perfect venue to grow your business. In this class, you will learn how to set up a business page, marketing strategies, how to set up an advertising campaign, and how to track user data and demographics to reach maximum market potential. Prerequisite: Must have a Facebook account and be proficient with the basic functions, & must have basic computer knowledge & abilities. QUICKBOOKS BASICS For a small business, this is one of the easiest and most efficient software accounting programs. This beginning class for QuickBooks will teach you how to gain control of the financial accounting of your business using this powerful software program. Some topics introduced include how to create statements and invoices, and tracking payables and receivables. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills. SIGN LANGUAGE BASICS Interested in learning sign language? This fun and interactive course will introduce you to the basics of conversational sign language. From the alphabet, to common words and phrases, this course will get you on the right track to learning a new language. Book fee applies. SMALL BUSINESS BOOTCAMP This 6 week course offers entrepreneurs and small business owners the basic knowledge and skills necessary to launch and grow their new business. In an interactive setting, you will learn the essential business ownership information and strategies as you take the leap in to entrepreneurship. These high emphasis areas will develop and implement a good foundation for your new business. This class will also provide a great opportunity to network with other fellow entrepreneurs in our community. This class will cover legal structures, marketing, obtaining financing, human resources, business requirements, and many more subjects. SPANISH (BASIC CONVERSATIONAL) Interested in learning Spanish? In this course, students will learn the elements of Spanish conversation, words, phrases & customs. An opportunity to practice Spanish will be given during each session, and students will begin to grasp the basic concepts of conversational Spanish. Book fee applies. SPANISH (INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATIONAL) Want to learn more? Further develop your new language skills. If you are not ready to stop with the basics, this is the course for you. Prerequisite: Spanish Basics SMALL BUSINESS BOOT CAMP! Gain the knowledge you need to grow a successful business. Learn about business planning, marketing techniques, financial information, legal structures, and more! Call for more information. 3

4 CONSTRUCTION & TRANSPORTATION CONSTRUCTION & TRANSPORTATION Air Conditioning & Heating 8/14/17 10/9/17 M 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 32 $120 Auto Body 8/17/17 10/5/17 TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 32 $120 Auto Body 8/14/17 10/9/17 M 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 32 $120 Auto Body 10/12/17 12/14/17 TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 32 $120 Auto Body 10/16/17 12/4/17 M 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 32 $120 Automotive Maintenance - Basic 8/15/17 10/3/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Automotive Maintenance - Intermediate 10/10/17 11/28/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Bus Driver Training* 8/19/17 8/26/17 Bus Driver Training* 9/23/17 9/30/17 Bus Driver Training* 11/11/17 11/18/17 AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING Interested in learning more about air conditioning and heating? This course will focus on basic electrical circuits and cooling systems, including control wiring, maintenance, and trouble shooting. AUTO BODY Body work depends on basic surface preparation, correct methods of metal work, skillful use of primer and paints and buffing techniques. Practice will be done on projects provided by the student. AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE BASIC In this class, you will learn the basic components of routine automotive maintenance, including fluid maintenance, tire rotation, basic tune ups, troubleshooting, and more! Students must provide own personal protective equipment. AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE INTERMEDIATE This class will continue to build on what you learned in the S M,T,W,TH S M,T,W,TH S M,T,W,TH 8:00 AM 6:00 PM 8:00 AM 6:00 PM 8:00 AM 6:00 PM basic course, be more in depth on automotive maintenance, and breakdown engine components. You will learn how to diagnose and troubleshoot problems, and learn what to do after the problem is diagnosed. Prerequisite: Must have taken Basic Automotive class or have basic automotive knowledge and skills. Students must provide own personal protective equipment. BUS DRIVER TRAINING This course covers legal controls, emergency procedures, student behavior management, defensive driving, bus loading, railroad crossing safety, vehicle inspection, emergency evacuation, skill maneuvers, and over the road driving. Students must be 18 years of age and have passed the written CDL exam with passenger (P) endorsement and school bus (S) endorsement at least 10 days prior to the start date of class. 100% attendance is required to complete this course. Testing is typically held the 2nd Saturday of class depending on State-Tester s availability. No air brakes. Prerequisite Proof of CDL permit with required endorsements at least 10 days before the class begins. Proof of CDL Permit must be submitted with enrollment. Students opting not to test on the scheduled day of testing will be required to set up a private test at a cost of $50 per test, if opting to test through MATC. Discount unavailable. 5:00 PM 10:00 PM 5:00 PM 10:00 PM 5:00 PM 10:00 PM 26 $ $ $150 Cabinet Making 8/24/17 11/16/17 TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 36 $135 CDL Prep* 8/14/17 8/17/17 M,T,W,TH 6:00 PM 9:30 PM 14 $50 CDL Prep* 9/18/17 9/21/17 M,T,W,TH 6:00 PM 9:30 PM 14 $50 CDL Prep* 10/23/17 10/26/17 M,T,W,TH 6:00 PM 9:30 PM 14 $50 CDL Prep* 12/4/17 12/7/17 M,T,W,TH 6:00 PM 9:30 PM 14 $50 Heavy Equipment Operator; Backhoe, Dozer & Skid Steer 9/7/17 10/5/17 TH S 6:00 PM 8:00 AM 10:00 PM 5:00 PM 52 $400 NEC Code Update* 9/23/17 9/23/17 S 8:00 AM 2:30 PM 6 $75 Residential Wiring 8/17/17 10/5/17 TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 32 $120 Small Gas Engine - Basic 8/15/17 10/3/17 T 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 32 $120 + $25 B Small Gas Engine - Basic 10/10/17 11/28/17 T 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 32 $120 + $25 B Small Gas Engine - Adv 8/17/17 10/5/17 TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 32 $120 + $25 B Small Gas Engine - Adv 10/12/17 12/14/17 TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 32 $120 + $25 B Upholstery - Basics 8/15/17 10/3/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Upholstery - Basics 8/17/17 10/5/17 TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Upholstery - Basics 10/10/17 11/28/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Upholstery - Basics 10/12/17 12/14/17 TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Wood Crafts 10/16/17 12/4/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 * = Discount Unavailable, B = Book Fee CABINET MAKING The Cabinet Making course teaches students the basic intricacies of wood working, from project planning and layout, to the finished product. Develop your skills and learn to safely operate equipment in a cabinet shop. Students furnish supplies as needed for their individual projects. COMMERCIAL DRIVER S LICENSE (CDL) PREP CLASS This class will not result in a CDL credential, but if you have doubts or fears about taking the CDL written exam, this class will help to prepare you for success. The class will cover information about general safety, hazardous materials, hauling passengers and other CDL endorsements. Actual Department of Public Safety CDL tests, credentials and endorsements are administered by the Driver s License Bureau, not MATC. Discount unavailable. HEAVY EQUIPMENT BACKHOE, DOZER & SKID-STEER In this course, students will learn the basics of dozer, backhoe, and skid-steer operations. From safety, proper maintenance, and pre-inspections, this course will cover all aspects. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a completion certificate of training. Limit of 5 students. Discount Unavailable. 4

5 CONSTRUCTION Leadership DRONE FLIGHT TRAINING Organization dership Mid-America is an outgrowth of the -America Business & Industry Council. It is a NEC CODE UPDATE profit organization, guided by athe board This 6 hour course will meet CEUofrequirements for contractorsbyand journeyman license ectors,electrical and supported area businesses andrenewal. You must bring photo identification and your electrical license anizations. the day of the class. Please bring your National Electrical Mid-America LEADERSHIP MID-AMERICA PROGRAM Code book. Discount unavailable. RESIDENTIAL WIRING This course will cover the fundamentals of residential wiring. The objectives will include wire gauges and amperage, basic wiring, breaker boxes, and electrical codes. Come gain valuable knowledge and skills in the field of electrical wiring. SMALL GAS ENGINES (BASIC) In this course, you will receive instruction in small engines including fuels, lubrication, cooling and ignition systems, tune ups, reconditioning, and the use of special tools and equipment. This course covers theories of operation and troubleshooting techniques. You will love being able to save on repairs with your new abilities. Book fee may apply. COMMERCIAL DRONE PILOT TEST PREP SMALL GAS ENGINES (ADVANCED) Build on your experience from the basic course, and learn to disassemble, clean, and repair small gas engines. This class will teach you how to identify parts of the engine including the head, pistons, bearings and how to assemble them. Book fee may apply. Learn how to pass the FAA Commercial Drone Pilot Test. Alumni UPHOLSTERY - BASIC h yearnow pastis graduates Leadership Mid-art of upholstery. the time forofyou to learn the your simple get measurements and fabric mericabring get together forproject, fellowship and netrequirements, plus tips on purchasing, and be ready to rking.turn Here wheredown stories are swapped, youris worn furniture into a family heirloom. Note: you haveand a lengthy project you may need to enroll mories areifre-lived business is ventured. in more than one session. Students furnish all supplies. No me berecliners, part ofcouches, the family! or automotive/marine interiors, projects approved through instructor. WOOD CRAFTS custom for fun,leaders or for sale! This class will ToCreate Develop and wood Unitecrafts Regional explore cutting, painting, and attaching various elements to create different types of wood crafts. Students will furnish supplies. DRONE FLIGHT TRAINING Class Gain knowledge of drone safety and drone-laws. Leadership Mid-America is a program designed to prepare leaders in the Mid-America district for positions of responsibility in their profession and community. Topics Leadership Mid-America a program include but areisnot limited to:designed to Gain an edge, and start earning money with your drone. prepare leaders in the Mid-America district for Personal Vision & Goals positions of responsibility in the profession and Leadership Styles community. Topics include but are not limited Economic Development to: Communication & Public Speaking For more information, call Local & State Government Personal Vision and Goals Leadership Styles For information on how to apply, please contact Wade Economic Development Jarlsberg, at or Communication & Public Speaking Local & State Government Start End Day Start Time End Time Hours Price Commercial Drone Pilot Test Prep* 9/25/17 9/28/17 M,T,W,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 12 $180 Commercial Drone Pilot Test Prep* 10/23/17 10/26/17 M,T,W,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 12 $180 Drone Flight Operations* 10/10/17 10/12/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 8:30 PM 6 $75 Drone Flight Operations* 8/19/17 8/19/17 S 9:00 AM 3:00 PM 6 $75 Drone Flight Operations* 9/23/17 9/23/17 S 9:00 AM 3:00 PM 6 $75 Drone Flight Operations* 11/11/17 11/11/17 S 9:00 AM 3:00 PM 6 $75 Drone Building & Maintenance 8/21/17 9/18/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 12 $50 Drone Building & Maintenance 10/30/17 11/20/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 12 $50 * = Discount Unavailable COMMERCIAL DRONE PILOT TEST PREP Discover the rules for obtaining an FAA certification to fly drones commercially. Learn tips and tricks from an experienced commercial drone pilot, and what to do to take the FAA part 107 test. Gain the knowledge needed to answer questions on the test, learn safety inspection guidelines, and be more confident than ever when it comes to taking the test. FAA written exam fee is not included in the tuition price. Discount Unavailable. DRONE FLIGHT OPERATIONS Interested in flying drones, or finding out more uses for them? In this class, students will learn to fly drones, using the Flame 450 by American-Drones, LLC. Students will also learn FAA regulations, drone law, drone safety, airspace considerations, and much more. Each student will have the opportunity to get real flight time. Students finishing the class will have the basic knowledge to safely fly drones. Students are welcome to bring their own personal drone, but MATC has state of the art drones that students will be able to use in class. Class sizes are limited for this course. Enroll now! Discount Unavailable. DRONE BUILDING AND MAINTENANCE This class will teach you how to maintain and do repairs to your drone, as well as teach you how to build a drone. Whether you have a drone already, or are looking to purchase or build one, this class will be greatly beneficial. From equipment maintenance and wiring, to programing and GPS adjustments, this class will give you confidence in making repairs. MATC will provide the drone equipment that students will train on, or students are welcome to bring their own drones or drone equipment to class, and learn on those. 5

6 AGRICULTURE & BEEKEEPING Beginner Beekeeping* 9/23/17 9/23/17 S 8:30 AM 5:30 PM 8 $50 Beginner Beekeeping* 10/21/17 10/21/17 S 8:30 AM 5:30 PM 8 $50 Tractor & Implement Operations* 10/21/17 10/21/17 S 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 3 $20 Agricultural Entrepreneur 9/26/17 9/26/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 3 Free * = Discount Unavailable AGRICULTURE & BEEKEEPING BEGINNER BEEKEEPING Catch the buzz and learn about the basics of beekeeping, with such topics as the history of beekeeping, life cycle of honeybees, where to purchase bees and equipment, what you should or shouldn t purchase, seasonal colony management, honey harvesting, and selling your honey within Oklahoma State Laws. You can choose either September 23rd or October 21st from 8:30 to 5 for a cost of $50.00 for the class and book. Contact Jona Kay Squires to get registered for this class at or call at TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS This course will include a safety orientation, a walk around inspection, the opportunity to attach implement pieces: box blade, tiller, front end loader, brush hog, finish mower and post hole diggers, as well as load and unload tractor with implements. Participants will have the opportunity to operate the tractor and implement pieces to have a better understanding of how they can be effectively and safely used. You can register with by contacting Jona Kay Squires, at or call AGRICULTURAL ENTREPRENEUR Learn the basics of what you need to start your agricultural business from successful entrepreneurs and bankers. This class will allow you to enroll in our online agricultural management class to qualify you for the Farm Service Agency Borrower Training Program. Class to be held September 26th from 6:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m. To register for this class contact Jona Kay Squires at or SMALL TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT OPERATION TRAINING MASTER CATTLEMAN CLASS FALL EDUCATIONAL PASTURE & BEEF CATTLE TOUR This course will include a safety orientation, a walk around inspection, the opportunity to attach implement pieces: box blade, tiller, front end loader, brush hog, finish mower, post hole diggers as well as load and unload tractor with implement. Participants will have the opportunity to operate the tractor and implements pieces to have better understanding of how they can be effectively and safely used. Tune up your beef cattle management skills; learn about animal health, nutrition, genetics, reproduction, the design of cattle working facilities, economics, marketing, business planning, beef quality assurance, waste management and biosecurity. This is a 15 week class that will start on Monday, October 16, Class will meet Monday s at Mid-America Technology Center room 318 from 6:00pm - 10:00pm Make plans to attend the Fall Cattle Pasture Tour in October. The exact date and time will be announced on the Mid-America Technology Center Facebook page at a later date. TO REGISTER, CONTACT JONA KAY SQUIRES at FREE TO ATTEND! Training on September 9th will take place at P&K Riverside on Highway 9 East, Norman from 9:00am - 2:00pm. Register by September 2, Lunch will be provided! TO REGISTER, CONTACT your Cleveland, Garvin, or McClain County Extension Office TO REGISTER, CONTACT your Cleveland, Garvin, or McClain County Extension Office or Jona Kay Squires, Agriculture Business Manager at or

7 EMT & SECURITY HEALTH SCIENCES EMT-Basic* 8/14/17 12/16/17 M,T,TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 252 $700 + $175 B Security Guard Phase I & II - Unarmed* 8/22/17 9/21/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 40 $140 + $25 T Security Guard Phase IV - Armed* 10/3/17 10/17/17 * = Discount Unavailable, B = Book Fee, T = Test Fee EMT & SECURITY T S 6:00 PM 7:00 AM 10:00 PM 5:30 PM 32 $160 + $25 T EMT- BASIC Join the exciting career field of the Emergency Medical Technician, a health care professional who is on the front lines of pre hospital medical care. This entry level course consists of classroom training and hours in a clinical setting. Course work includes anatomy, physiology, assessment and trauma care. Includes 216 hours of classroom and skills training, plus 36 hours of clinical training to be scheduled by instructor. Successful completion prepares you for the state licensure and national registry examinations. Students must have inoculation record, first hepatitis B shot, and Flu Shot within the first 4 weeks of class. Student must be at least 18 years of age. Students will obtain current drug screen and background check with instructions from instructor. Minimum clinical competencies must be met. In addition to Monday and Thursday evenings, course will meet Monday through Thursday, and Saturday the week of December 11th-16th. Discount Unavailable. SECURITY GUARD PHASE I & II (UNARMED GUARD) The basic security guard class provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to function as a security guard. This course meets all CLEET requirements for training in Oklahoma. All 40 hours must be attended with passing grades, 100% attendance. Phase I and II are needed for unarmed security guard only. Phase IV is for adding armed to your license. Must be 18 years of age. Additional $25 Testing Fee required (at the end of training) Discount unavailable. SECURITY GUARD PHASE IV (ARMED) Instruction includes classroom training, range procedures, and the firing of revolvers or semi automatics (instructor will approve the firearm). The student can take the course with either a revolver or semi auto but not both. Students will fire a total of 400 rounds of ammunition during the 20 hours on the range from the one hand position up up to 25 yards in the two hand position. Minimum age is 21 years old. The range date will be determined by the instructor and will be during the weekend. Attendance at all class sessions is required. This course meets all CLEET requirements for training in Oklahoma. All 32 hours must be attended with passing grades, 100% attendance plus you must qualify on the shooting range. Proof of MMPI test is required before successful class begins. Prerequisite: Phase I & II and must be 21 years of age. Additional $25 Testing Fee required (at the end of training). Discount unavailable. HEALTH SCIENCES Certified Medication Aide* 8/21/17 8/31/17 M,T,W,TH 8:30 AM 4:00 PM 56 $270 + $40 T Certified Medication Aide* 9/25/17 10/5/17 M,T,W,TH 8:30 AM 4:00 PM 56 $270 + $40 T Certified Medication Aide* 10/30/17 11/9/17 M,T,W,TH 8:30 AM 4:00 PM 56 $270 + $40 T Certified Medication Aide* 12/4/17 12/14/17 M,T,W,TH 8:30 AM 4:00 PM 56 $270 + $40 T Certified Medication Aide Adv Nasogastric* 9/12/17 9/12/17 T 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $50 Certified Medication Aide Adv Nasogastric* 10/17/17 10/17/17 T 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $50 Certified Medication Aide Adv Nasogastric* 11/14/17 11/14/17 T 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $50 Certified Medication Aide Insulin Administration* 9/19/17 9/20/17 T,W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 16 $100 + $40 T Certified Medication Aide Insulin Administration* 10/24/17 10/25/17 T,W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 16 $100 + $40 T Certified Medication Aide Insulin Administration* 11/28/17 11/29/17 T,W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 16 $100 + $40 T Certified Medication Aide-Update* 8/9/17 8/9/17 W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $40 Certified Medication Aide-Update* 9/6/17 9/6/17 W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $40 Certified Medication Aide-Update* 10/11/17 10/11/17 W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $40 Certified Medication Aide-Update* 11/8/17 11/8/17 W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $40 Certified Medication Aide-Update* 12/13/17 12/13/17 W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $40 Certified Nurse Aide-Long Term Care* 8/14/17 9/7/17 M,T,W,TH F-CPR 9:00AM 3:30 PM 100 $375 + $100 T Certified Nurse Aide-Long Term Care* 9/11/17 10/5/17 M,T,W,TH 9:00 AM 3:30 PM 100 $375 + $100 T Certified Nurse Aide-Long Term Care* 10/16/17 11/9/17 M,T,W,TH F-CPR 9:00 AM 3:30 PM 100 $375 + $100 T Certified Nurse Aide-Long Term Care* 11/13/17 12/11/17 M,T,W,TH F-CPR 9:00 AM 3:30 PM 100 $375 + $100 T Certified Nurse Aide-Long Term Care* 8/29/17 11/2/17 T, TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 100 $375 + $100 T CPR - BLS For Healthcare Providers* 9/21/17 9/21/17 TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 4 $50 CPR - BLS For Healthcare Providers* 8/19/17 8/19/17 S 8:30 AM 12:30 PM 4 $50 CPR - BLS For Healthcare Providers* 11/11/17 11/11/17 S 8:30 AM 12:30 PM 4 $50 CPR - BLS For Healthcare Providers* 10/13/17 10/13/17 F 8:30 AM 12:30 PM 4 $50 * = Discount Unavailable, B = Book Fee, T = Test Fee 7

8 HEALTH SCIENCES Certified CPR - BLS Medication For Healthcare Aide* Providers* 10/13/17 8/21/17 10/13/17 8/31/17 M,T,W,TH F 8:30 AM 12:30 4:00 PM 56 4 $270 $50 + $40 T CPR - BLS For Healthcare Providers* 12/8/17 12/8/17 F 8:30 AM 12:30 PM 4 $50 CPR - Heartsaver CPR First Aid* 8/31/17 8/31/17 TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 4 $50 CPR - Heartsaver CPR First Aid* 9/23/17 9/23/17 S 8:30 AM 12:30 PM 4 $50 CPR - Heartsaver CPR First Aid* 11/3/17 11/3/17 F 8:30 AM 12:30 PM 4 $50 CPR - Heartsaver CPR First Aid* 12/1/17 12/1/17 F 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 4 $50 Dental Assistant* 8/14/17 11/9/17 M,TH 6:30 PM 9:30 PM 72 $275 + $150 B Dental Assistant* 9/8/17 12/8/17 F 9:00 AM 4:00 PM 72 $275 + $150 B MAT - Update* 9/7/17 9/7/17 TH 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $40 MAT - Update* 11/8/17 11/8/17 W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $40 Medical Terminology* 8/14/17 12/4/17 M 6:30 PM 9:30 PM 48 $190 + $100 B Medication Administration-(MAT)* 9/5/17 9/6/17 T,W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 16 $60 Medication Administration-(MAT)* 11/6/17 11/7/17 M,T 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 16 $60 Phlebotomy* 8/15/17 10/5/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 48 $220 + $80 B Phlebotomy* 10/10/17 12/7/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 48 $220 + $80 B Phlebotomy* 8/22/17 9/28/17 T,TH 8:30 AM 12:30 PM 48 $220 + $80 B Phlebotomy* 10/24/17 12/5/17 T,TH 8:30 AM 12:30 PM 48 $220 + $80 B * = Discount Unavailable, B = Book Fee, T = Test Fee CERTIFIED MEDICATION AIDE If you are a practicing Certified Nurse Assistant, this class will help you expand your qualifications. Certified Medication Aides can administer certain medications in nursing facilities, specialized facilities, residential care homes, and assisted living centers. After you successfully complete the course you will test for your certification. Prerequisites: Current Home Health Care Aide, Long Term Care Aide, or Developmentally Disabled Care Aide with no abuse notation, at least 18 years of age, high school diploma or GED, 6 months experience as a CNA, physically & mentally able to perform duties. Need copy of current U.S. Government Photo ID and original Social Security card before testing. Need copy of CNA card. Test Fee $40. Includes $10 book rental fee. Discount unavailable. CERTIFIED MEDICATION AIDE ADVANCED NASOGASTRIC This course provides advanced training in the administration of medications and nutrition via nasogastric and gastrostomy tubes, along with administration of oral inhalers and nebulizers. This class will include class time, skill lab, and practical experience. Prerequisites: Current CMA certification or Developmentally Disabled Care with no abuse notation, at least 18 years of age, high school diploma or GED, 6 months experience as a CNA, physically & mentally able to perform duties. Need copy of current U.S. Government Photo ID. Discount unavailable. CERTIFIED MEDICATION AIDE ADV INSULIN ADMIN This advanced training provides instruction in the care of diabetic residents, including blood glucose testing, diabetic medications, insulin preparation and insulin administration. This class consists of class time, laboratory skills, and practical experience. This course requires a state skill and written examination. Prerequisites: Current CMA certification or Developmentally Disabled Care with no abuse notation, at least 18 years of age, high school diploma or GED, 6 months experience as a CNA, physically & mentally able to perform duties. Need copy of current U.S. Government Photo ID. Need copy of CNA card and original Social Security card before testing. Discount unavailable. Written Test Fee $40. CERTIFIED MEDICATION AIDE (UPDATE) Each year CMA s must meet the Oklahoma State Department of Health s continuing education requirements. This 8 hour program will allow you to renew your license and continue working as a CMA. This class fills quickly and enrollments are limited. Need copy of CMA card and current LTC, HHC, or DDC card and copy of current U.S. Government Photo ID. Discount unavailable. CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE (CNA) LONG TERM CARE Upon successful completion of this program, you will be eligible for certification as a Long Term Care Aide. The course includes care of the elderly, infection prevention, body mechanics, bed making, bathing, fluid management, vital signs and basic emergency care. Includes 72 hours of classroom and skills training, 4 hours of CPR, and 24 hours of clinicals to be scheduled by instructor. Need copy of current U.S. Government Photo ID and original Social Security card before testing. Student must have a current TB screen test before attending clinicals. Students must pass required drug testing to maintain enrollment. Additional testing fees: Clinical Test Fee $60 Written Test Fee $40, to equal $475 total. Discount unavailable. For information on how you might qualify to be reimbursed for CNA tuition, contact the Oklahoma Healthcare Authority at , and ask about the Nurse Aide Training Reimbursement Program. CPR - BLS FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS This class is for current healthcare providers as well as those who would like to begin their training as an EMT, LPN, First Responder or other healthcare provider. This class meets the standards set by the American Heart Association for healthcare providers and other professional rescuers. (Book and pocket mask provided). Discount unavailable. CPR - HEARTSAVER CPR/FIRST AID Enroll in this course to learn the Heimlich technique, and how to help the near drowning victim. Adult, child and infant CPR plus AED training are included. This class meets the standards set by the American Heart Association. This course can be taught on an arranged basis for required safety certification classes. (Book and pocket mask provided). Discount unavailable. DENTAL ASSISTANT If you are interested in a career in the dental field, consider entry level training as a dental assistant. You will learn to prep patients for an exam and assist the doctor with procedures such as extractions, fillings and root canals. Instruction for the program includes dental terminology, anatomy, charting, x ray techniques, taking impressions, instruments and instrument transfer, and aseptic techniques. Discount unavailable. MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION- (MAT) Training for certification required for all group homes and residential care employees who administer or monitor medicines. This course includes administration of medication, measuring and charting, vital signs and legal aspects. Discount unavailable. MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION- MAT (UPDATE) Every year Medication Administration Technicians must renew their license with an 8 hour update. This class will review legal and ethical issues, medication administration, and how to avoid medication errors. Discount unavailable. MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY Take this course and learn to understand the medical terminology that doctors and nurses use. This training is helpful if you want to become a Medical Secretary, Ward Clerk, LPN, or Medical Transcriptionist. Learn to use root words, prefixes, suffixes, and abbreviations from which medical terms evolve. Students will correctly spell and define terms commonly used in the medical field and be able to determine the meaning of unfamiliar medical terms. Note: This course will meet one requirement for admission to MATC PN Program. Discount unavailable. PHLEBOTOMY In this course students will cover the basic mechanics of collecting specimens, complications of collections, special collection procedures and learn how to safely perform venipuncture. The course is designed to prepare students for entry level employment as a phlebotomist. Discount unavailable. 8

9 HUNTER SAFETY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Hunter Education Safety 8/19/17 8/19/17 S 8:00 AM 5:00 PM 8 Free HUNTER SAFETY HUNTER SAFETY Hunter education covers a variety of topics including firearms safety, wildlife identification, wildlife conservation and management, survival, archery, muzzle loading, and hunter responsibility. Please note: No lunch facility available, please make plans to go out to eat, or bring lunch with you. Participants in the course must be at least 10 years old to test for Hunter Safety Card. The class is free, first come, first served. No enrollment necessary. For further information, please contact the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation Hunter Education at Do not bring firearms to the class. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Access Basic 8/22/17 8/24/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 8 $35 + $10 SF Access Basic 10/25/17 10/25/17 W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $35 + $10 SF Computer Programming Basics 8/15/17 9/5/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 12 $45 Computer Technician Basics 10/3/17 10/24/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 12 $45 Cyber Security and Computer Virus Basics 12/5/17 12/7/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 6 $30 Excel - Basic 8/23/17 8/23/17 W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $35 + $10 SF Excel - Basic 9/12/17 9/14/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 8 $35 + $10 SF Excel - Intermediate 9/6/17 9/6/17 W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $35 + $10 SF Excel - Intermediate 9/26/17 9/28/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 8 $35 + $10 SF Excel - Adv 9/20/17 9/20/17 W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $35 + $10 SF Excel - Adv 10/10/17 10/12/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 8 $35 + $10 SF Facebook and Twitter Basics 9/26/17 9/28/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 6 $30 Facebook and Twitter Basics 11/14/17 11/16/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 6 $30 Genealogy Research & Preservation - Basic 8/17/17 10/5/17 TH 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 24 $90 Genealogy Research & Preservation - Intermediate 10/12/17 12/14/17 TH 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 24 $90 icloud & itunes Setup 9/12/17 9/14/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 6 $30 iphone & ipad Usage, Tips & Tricks 10/3/17 10/5/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 6 $30 iphone & ipad Usage, Tips & Tricks 11/28/17 11/30/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 6 $30 Personal Computer - Basic 8/14/17 9/25/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 18 $65 + $30 B Personal Computer - Basic 9/8/17 10/13/17 F 9:00 AM 3:30 PM 18 $65 + $30 B Personal Computer - Int 10/27/17 11/10/17 F 9:00 AM 3:30 PM 18 $65 + $30 B Personal Computer - Int 10/9/17 11/13/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 18 $65 + $30 B Website Building for Anyone 9/12/17 9/14/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 6 $30 Windows 10 9/5/17 9/7/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:30 PM 7 $35 + $10 SF Windows 10 10/11/17 10/11/17 W 8:30 AM 4:00 PM 7 $35 + $10 SF Windows 10 12/6/17 12/6/17 W 8:30 AM 4:00 PM 7 $35 + $10 SF Windows 10 11/7/17 11/9/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:30 PM 7 $35 + $10 SF Word Basic 8/30/17 8/30/17 W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $35 + $10 SF Word Basic 8/15/17 8/17/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 8 $35 + $10 SF Word Int 9/13/17 9/13/17 W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $35 + $10 SF * = Discount Unavailable, B = Book Fee, SF = Supply Fee 9

10 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Word Certified 2013 Medication - Int Aide* 9/13/17 8/21/17 9/13/17 8/31/17 M,T,W,TH W 8:30 8:30 AM AM 5:00 4:00 PM 568 $270 $35 + $10 $40 SF T Word Int 8/29/17 8/31/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 8 $35 + $10 SF Word Adv 9/27/17 9/27/17 W 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 8 $35 + $10 SF Word Adv 9/19/17 9/21/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 8 $35 + $10 SF * = Discount Unavailable, B = Book Fee, SF = Supply Fee INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACCESS (BASIC) Enroll in this class and find out how quickly you can become proficient in this database from Microsoft. Topics covered: Introduction, managing databases and objects, working with tables. Note: Supply fee purchases a flash drive with free curriculum. COMPUTER PROGRAMMING BASICS This introductory programming class will teach you the foundational skills all programmers use, whether they program mobile apps, create web pages, or analyze data. It is ideal for beginners who want to learn new skills, make informed choices about career goals, and set themselves up for success in their own career-track. Prerequisite Basic computer class or computer experience required. COMPUTER TECHNICIAN BASICS This introductory computer repair class will teach how to install, modify, and make minor repairs to computer hardware and software systems and provide technical assistance and training to other users. You will also learn how to install software packages into the computer. These are critical skills that can be used in the field of technology. Prerequisite Basic computer class or computer experience required. CYBERSECURITY & COMPUTER VIRUS BASICS Cyber security issues continue to top headlines. Cyber attacks and talk of cyber warfare makes the news on an almost daily basis. This cybersecurity starter class course is designed to offer students a basic understanding of the challenges and skills needed for computer systems. This class covers Cybersecurity 101, viruses and other preventive security, biometrics, passwords, credit cards, and identity theft. This class also covers information related to computer viruses, such as spyware, trojans, and tracking cookies. We will cover basic virus removal techniques and how to protect computers from becoming infected. Prerequisite Basic computer class or computer experience required. EXCEL (BASIC) Enroll in this class and find how quickly you can become proficient in this spreadsheet program from Microsoft. Topics covered: Common office features, using excel worksheets and workbooks, entering and editing worksheet data, & essential worksheet and cell range operations. Note: Supply fee purchases a flash drive with free curriculum. EXCEL (INTERMEDIATE) Continue to hone those organizational skills. Topics covered: introducing formulas and functions, working with dates and times, & creating formulas that count and sum. Prerequisite Excel basic or instructor s permission. Note: Supply fee purchases a flash drive with free curriculum. EXCEL (ADVANCED) Take excel to a higher level. Topics covered: Getting started making charts & communicating data visually. Prerequisite Excel basic and intermediate or instructor s permission. Note: Supply fee purchases a flash drive with free curriculum. FACEBOOK & TWITTER BASICS A beginner s class on the two most popular social networking sites. These sites are simple to use, and can be very handy. This class will teach you how to set up a profile, basic functions, navigation, and how to connect and interact with others. GENEALOGY RESEARCH & PRESERVATION Would you like to know more about your heritage? Get information that may save you time and frustration when looking into your ancestral roots. You will learn to use the internet and other resources to trace your family history. GENEALOGY RESEARCH & PRESERVATION (INTERMEDIATE) Continue where you left off in the basic genealogy class. Get information that may save you time and frustration when looking into your ancestral roots. You will learn to use the internet and other resources to trace your family history. icloud AND itunes SETUP icloud & itunes setup is required to get the best experience out of your iphone. This class is a must if you want to take the iphone class. iphone AND ipad USAGE, TIPS AND TRICKS In this fun course students will explore basic iphone & ipad usage, tips, and tricks to make using the iphone fun and easy. This class is designed for the new iphone user or ones that just never had the time to figure it all out. This class only covers iphone & ipad usage, and not itunes. Please look for the itunes class separately. Be sure to bring your iphone and/or ipad to class with you. PERSONAL COMPUTER (BASIC) This is a fun introductory course that is a little slower paced and will introduce you to basic computers and software. This is a great basic course for people wanting to learn about computers but aren t sure where to start. PERSONAL COMPUTER (INTERMEDIATE) This fun course will introduce you to the Internet, basic computers and software. Applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and data handling will be taught. This is a great course for people wanting to learn about computers, and who have basic knowledge on the subject. This class uses the same book as the basic class. Prerequisite: Personal Computing Basic Computers or equivalent. WEBSITE BUILDING FOR ANYONE Have you ever wanted to start a website for you or your business? This class will teach you how to build a website with no computer coding, using online templates that can be easily customized, so anyone can learn how to make a great looking website. Prerequisite: Must have basic computer skills, and be comfortable using the internet. WINDOWS 10 Windows 10 is the latest in Microsoft s line of operating systems preloaded on most new computers. Windows 10 operates significantly different than previous versions of windows. Don t get left behind! Note: Supply fee purchases a flash drive with free curriculum. WORD 2013 (BASIC) Word is the world s most popular word processing program. You will love the ease of use and adaptability. Operated through the Windows environment, this program can be learned quickly. Topics covered: welcome to Microsoft Office 2013, creating documents with word, making a document, font/character formatting, & paragraph formatting. Note: Supply fee purchases a flash drive with free curriculum. WORD 2013 (INTERMEDIATE) Word is the world s most popular word processing program. You will love the ease of use and adaptability. Operated through the Windows environment, this program can be learned quickly. Topics covered: Styles, Page Setup and Sections, & Tables and Graphics. Prerequisite Word basic or instructors permission. Note: Supply fee purchases a flash drive with free curriculum. WORD 2013 (ADVANCED) Word is the world s most popular word processing program. You will love the ease of use and adaptability. Operated through the Windows environment, this program can be learned quickly. Topics covered: Data Documents, Mail Merge & Security, Tracking, and Comments. Prerequisite Word basic and intermediate or instructor s permission. Note: Supply fee purchases a flash drive with free curriculum. 10

11 ONLINE CLASSES ONLINE CLASSES Mid-America Technology Center now offers over 300 courses online, in countless subjects, through a partnership with Ed2Go! Classes are 6 weeks in duration, start each month, and are a convenient alternative that can be taken on your home computer. Below are just a few of the courses we offer. To see more courses along with more detailed descriptions and specific start dates, visit and click the Online Learning tab! Discount unavailable for online courses. OVER 300 COURSES ONLINE! CONTINUE YOUR EDUCATION TODAY! Class Start Day Hours Price Information Technology Classes Blogging and Podcasting for Beginners* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Excel Introduction* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Excel Intermediate* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Excel Advanced* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Computer Skills for the Workplace* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Intro to Photoshop* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Intro to Windows 10* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Business Classes Accounting Fundamentals* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Intro to Quickbooks* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Mastery of Business Fundamentals* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Six Sigma: Total Quality Fundamentals* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Starting a Nonprofit* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Stocks, Bonds, and Investing* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Medical Classes Medical Coding* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Spanish for Medical Professionals* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Law Enforcement Spanish for Law Enforcement* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Test Preparation SAT/ACT Preparation Course I* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 SAT/ACT Preparation Course II* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Personal Enrichment Discover Sign Language* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 Discover Digital Photography* Classes Start Each Month Go at your own pace! 24 $79 * = Discount Unavailable 11

12 PERSONAL ENRICHMENT Banjo Basics 8/14/17 10/9/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Basic Beading 9/12/17 9/12/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 3 $20 Cake Decorating 8/15/17 10/3/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Cake Decorating - Advanced 10/17/17 12/5/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Christmas Card Project Class 11/14/17 11/14/17 T 9:00 AM 4:00 PM 6 $30 Couch to 5k Fitness Training 8/17/17 9/21/17 TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 18 $70 Crochet - Basics 8/15/17 10/3/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Crochet - Intermediate 10/10/17 11/28/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Digital Photography DSLR Basics 8/15/17 10/3/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Digital Photography DSLR Intermediate 10/17/17 12/5/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Greeting Card Crafting and Embossing 8/15/17 10/17/17 T 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 30 $120 Guitar Basics 8/14/17 10/9/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Guitar - Advanced 10/16/17 12/4/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Jewelry Making - Beading 8/16/17 10/4/17 W 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 24 $70 Jewelry Making - Advanced 10/11/17 12/6/17 W 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 24 $70 Oil Painting - Basic 8/17/17 11/9/17 TH 6:30 PM 9:30 PM 36 $135 Oil Painting - Advanced 8/14/17 11/6/17 M 6:30 PM 9:30 PM 36 $135 Quilting - Hunter's Star 8/14/17 10/9/17 M 9:00 AM 3:30 PM 48 $175 Quilting - Butterfly and Flamingo 10/16/17 12/4/17 M 9:00 AM 3:30 PM 48 $175 Quilting - Jacob's Ladder 8/15/17 10/3/17 T 9:00 AM 3:30 PM 48 $175 Quilting - Modern Geometric 10/10/17 11/28/17 T 9:00 AM 3:30 PM 48 $175 Quilting - Throw Quilts 8/14/17 10/9/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Quilting - Jelly Roll Quilts 10/16/17 12/4/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Quilting - Finishing 8/17/17 10/5/17 TH 9:00 AM 3:30 PM 48 $175 Quilting - Finishing 10/12/17 12/14/17 TH 9:00 AM 3:30 PM 48 $175 Stained Glass 8/14/17 10/9/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Stained Glass 8/15/17 10/3/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Stained Glass 10/16/17 12/4/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Stained Glass 10/17/17 12/5/17 T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Watercolor Mixed Media Painting 8/15/17 10/31/17 T 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 36 $135 Watercolor Project Class 7/18/17 7/18/17 T 9:00 AM 4:00 PM 6 $30 Watercolor Project Class 11/6/17 11/6/17 M 9:00 AM 4:00 PM 6 $30 PERSONAL ENRICHMENT BANJO BASICS Banjo Basics is designed for the student that has no prior experience playing the banjo. Students will learn picking, strumming, hand positions, and tuning techniques. Come join the fun! Students will need to provide their own banjo. BASIC BEADING This one night class will teach you the basics of beading and jewelry making. Come enjoy yourself, learn a new skill, and get started beading with this fun class. CAKE DECORATING Your family and friends will envy your skill in creating beautiful cakes that are as good to look at as they are to eat. You will learn to decorate cakes for all occasions; such as holidays, birthdays, showers, for your own use, or to sell. Students will furnish their own weekly supplies. CAKE DECORATING (ADVANCED) Build on the skills that you have acquired and take your abilities to the next level in this fun filled class. Learn to create and design an edible masterpiece! Students will furnish their own weekly supplies. Prerequisite Cake Decorating Basic. CHRISTMAS CARD PROJECT CLASS In this more simplified 1 day class, students will craft and design Christmas cards of their choosing, for personal use, or to create income by selling these cards. Students do not need prior experience for this fun filled class. Students will furnish supplies. COUCH TO 5K FITNESS TRAINING Have you ever considered running a 5k? This class will show you how people at all levels of fitness are capable of completing their first 5k. Whether you have been a runner in your past or have never walked more than to your refrigerator from your couch, you will enjoy this class. You will learn strategies and mindsets to help you succeed. Remember to wear comfortable running shoes and appropriate athletic wear to class. 12

13 PERSONAL ENRICHMENT PERSONAL ENRICHMENT CROCHET (BASIC) This class will focus on materials, terms, stitches, and pattern reading. Crochet is a fun, stress relieving, timeless, traditional craft which allows you to make valued handmade gifts and/or become an entrepreneur and sell your crafts. Students will furnish supplies. CROCHET (INTERMEDIATE) This is a continuation of the basic class. This course will continue to explore basic projects. You need to have previously had the crochet basic class or be proficient in basic crochet. Crochet is a fun, stress relieving, timeless, traditional craft which allows you to make valued handmade gifts and/or become an entrepreneur and sell your crafts. Students will furnish supplies. DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (DSLR BASICS) If you have a DSLR camera with changeable lenses and exposure settings and have basic knowledge of your camera, this class will help you understand how to work with your camera, format your media card, perform photo backup, shutter speed, ISO, aperture, white balance, metering, natural lighting, composition and flash to create better looking images. Students must have a tripod, DSLR camera and manual, not a point and shoot camera. Basic computer skills required. JEWELRY MAKING (BEADING) No experience required. Students will learn beading and jewelry making basics along with proper tool techniques. Simple projects such as earrings, necklaces, bracelets and bookmarks will be made. Students will furnish supplies. JEWELRY MAKING (ADVANCED BEADING) Experience required. In this class students will build on the basics and begin working with wire, leather and other fibers. More intricate designs and wire linking, wire wrapping and bead weaving will be taught. Prerequisite Jewelry Making Beading. OIL PAINTING - BASIC Learn to mix colors, use brush and knife techniques, and procedures to care for brushes in this informal class. Students are asked to bring a picture they would like to paint. Instruction for group and individual learning will be given. Students furnish supplies. No previous painting experience required. Supply list will be provided prior to class. Students will furnish supplies. QUILTING THROW QUILTS Come learn how to create a throw quilt, that can be used at home, as a gift, or to sell to make extra income. Sewing machine required. QUILTING JELLY ROLL QUILTS The Jelly roll quilt is a fun and unique quilt that you will enjoy making. Learn how to make this quilt using the best methods. Sewing machine required. QUILTING - FINISHING Have a quilting project that you need a little extra help with, or that you haven t been able to get finished? This is the class for you. Come have fun and get that project finished. Sewing machine required. STAINED GLASS Stained glass is a beautiful artwork completed by people who enjoy making unique items. Some of the items taught in this class include sun catchers, window hangings, and lamp designs. Students will furnish supplies. OIL PAINTING (ADVANCED) If you are a serious painter and like to have a good time, this class is for you. Advanced techniques, plus practice on difficult projects will be taught. All supplies and equipment furnished by students. Students will furnish supplies. DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (DSLR INTERMEDIATE) Continue to build on the skills and knowledge you gained in DSLR Basics. This class will dive into more details and advanced functions and strategies. Prerequisites: Must have taken Digital Photography Basics course. WATERCOLOR/MIXED MEDIA PAINTING This class will enable you to paint for pleasure or profit. Students will become familiar with water color supplies and basic techniques as well as learn to overcome common problems associated with watercolors. This class will cover QUILT - HUNTER S STAR how to mix ink, colored pencil, and other media with your Come learn how to create a beautiful Hunter s star quilt water colors. You will learn techniques such as dry brushing, with this fun project class. Sewing machine required. glazing, lifting, wet in wet, and splattering. Students will furnish supplies. QUILTING BUTTERFLY & FLAMINGO Come grow in the art of quilting, and create this beautiful quilt. Sewing machine required. GREETING CARD CRAFTING & EMBOSSING In this course the students will craft and create greeting cards of their choosing. Learn embossing techniques and rubber stamp techniques to create unique one of a kind cards. You do not have to have any previous knowledge to enroll in this course. These cards can be used for personal use or create an income by selling these handmade cards. Students will furnish supplies. GUITAR BASICS Guitar Basics is designed for the student who has no prior experience playing guitar. This course is not a theory based or a music reading class. Students will learn chording, strumming and finger picking. Along with these skills they will learn correct hand position and tuning techniques. Practice is essential. Students will need their own guitar. QUILTING JACOB S LADDER Learn the best way to make this classic & beautiful quilt. After finishing this quilt, you will want to make more! Sewing machine required. QUILTING MODERN GEOMETRIC Come learn to make this more modern quilt. You will be taught the best methods of making it, and will have a neat quilt when it is finished. Sewing machine required. WATERCOLOR PROJECT CLASS This 1-day class will build upon your previous learnings and will create or finish a project. Prerequisite: Basic watercolor experience. Students furnish own supplies. GUITAR- ADVANCED This course will continue to build on the chords and music notation from the basic course. This class will teach you more in depth instruction on finger picking and strumming. Students will need their own guitar. Prerequisite Guitar Basics. 13

14 FIREARMS TRAINING FIREARMS TRAINING Defensive Pistol 8/14/17 9/11/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 12 $60 Defensive Pistol 10/16/17 11/6/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 12 $60 Tactical Pistol 9/18/17 10/9/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 12 $60 Tactical Pistol 11/13/17 12/4/17 M 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 12 $60 DEFENSIVE FIREARMS TRAINING COURSE This course will have an introduction to pistol skills and safe handling of firearms. Students will learn proper grip, stance, shot placement and shooting techniques. Students will also work on the draw from an open carry and/or concealment holster. Students will train in a safe environment in a state of the art MILO Range training simulator. Firearms will not be allowed on campus for this course. No live firearms will be used in the course, but a state of the art simulator will be utilized. TACTICAL FIREARMS TRAINING COURSE This course will continue to build on the pistol skills learned in the basic course while mastering technique, holster work and speed of shooting single and multiple targets. Students will learn to shoot with their strong hand, off gun hand, two handed and one handed. Students will also work on movement drills, drawing on the move and shooting moving targets. Students will train in a safe environment in a state of the art MILO Range training simulator. Firearms will not be allowed on campus for this course. No live firearms will be used in the course, but a state of the art simulator will be utilized. Prerequisite: Must have satisfactorily completed Defensive Firearms course. BUSINESS & INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS BIS DIRECTOR Wade Jarlsberg ADULT PROGRAMS SPECIALIST BIS TRAINER Tommy Blackwood BID ASSISTANCE COORDINATOR Kelly Reed INDUSTRIAL COORDINATOR Bruce Bridwell FIRE & INDUSTRIAL COORDINATOR Chris Herron BIS TRAINER Joe Garrett SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Clarissa Robison AG BUSINESS COORDINATOR Jona Kay Squires WE ARE HERE TO HELP! Bid Assistance Mid-America s Bid Assistance program offers no-cost help to businesses that are planning to market their goods or services to government entities and prime contractors. To see what Mid-America can do to help your business, Call Kelly Reed, OBAN Coordinator, at ! Agriculture-Business Need assistance in how to better manage or market your agriculture business? Need other help, and not sure where to go? To see what Mid-America s Ag-Business Coordinator can do to help you, call Jona Kay Squires, at ! Small Business Management Mid-America s Small-Business Management Coordinator helps our community build stronger businesses. If you have questions, or need help with your small business, contact Clarissa Robison, at ! 14

15 RETIREMENT & INVESTMENTS WELDING, MACHINE TOOLING Class Start Date End Date Day Start End Hours Price Social Security Strategies 9/23/17 9/23/17 S 9:00 AM 11:00 AM 2 $20 Social Security Strategies 11/7/17 11/7/17 T 6:00 PM 8:00 PM 2 $20 Financial Survival for Retirement 11/9/17 11/16/17 TH 6:00 PM 8:00 PM 4 $30 Investments & Annuities 11/14/17 11/14/17 T 6:00 PM 8:00 PM 2 $20 RETIREMENT & INVESTMENTS SOCIAL SECURITY STRATEGIES One of the most important issues you will face during your retirement is when to apply for Social Security Benefits. The rules for claiming these benefits can be complex. This course is designed for people who are trying to decide when and how to begin benefits. In this course, you learn strategies to optimize your Social Security amounts received. FINANCIAL SURVIVAL FOR RETIREMENT In today s economy, retirement is often an uncertain proposition. In this course, you will learn what it takes to plan for retirement. We will explore the basics of budgeting, estate planning, long-term care considerations, taxation in retirement, common mistakes and roadblocks, avoiding investment mistakes, and more. Enroll now and start your plan! INVESTMENTS & ANNUITIES 101 Learn the basic building blocks of the investment world and several techniques and strategies for investment into retirement. Also, learn the ins-and-outs of using annuities to fund your retirement years. Discover what annuities are, whether they are the right financial vehicle for you, and hear a simple overview of the many options that are available in the market. WELDING, MACHINE TOOLING & POLYFUSION Machine Tooling - Introduction 8/14/17 11/6/17 M 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 48 $150 Polyfusion* 8/18/17 8/18/17 F 8:00 AM 12:00 PM 4 $100 Polyfusion* 10/27/17 10/27/17 F 8:00 AM 12:00 PM 4 $100 Polyfusion* 12/15/17 12/15/17 F 8:00 AM 12:00 PM 4 $100 Welding - Basic 8/15/17 9/7/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 Welding - Basic 10/10/17 11/7/17 T,TH 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 24 $90 * = Discount Unavailable WELDING, MACHINE TOOLING & POLYFUSION MACHINE TOOLING (INTRODUCTION) Explore opportunities and basic training for machine shop employment. This course will introduce the student to the lathe, mill, grinders, and presses. POLYFUSION WELDING Polypipe heat fusion training with manual and hydraulic applications has arrived at Mid-America Technology Center. If you re in public works, construction or the oil & gas industry this class can provide you a professional advantage! Limit 5 students per class. Discount unavailable. WELDING (BASIC) Beginning students will gain welding skills with stick electrode and oxyacetylene flame cutting. Students will be working with steel in this class. Student s individual interest and employment goals help determine the curriculum. Personal protective equipment must be used and provided by student. ETC SAFELAND USA CLASSES ETC Safeland USA orientation is a standardized HSE orientation designed specifically for the US onshore oil and gas industry. It meets awareness level recommendations made by OSHA and is recognized industry wide. For more information please contact: Industrial Coordinators Bruce Bridwell or Chris Herron at

16 DAYTIME CAREER MAJORS Equine Production- This career major is designed to introduce students to the care and management of horses. Students will be instructed in the selection of feeds, maintenance that horses require, selection of breeds, breeding techniques and skills to operate a healthy environment for the horses. Horticulture/Floriculture Assistant- This career major introduces students to safe practices, use of tools and equipment, planting techniques, plant care, safe uses of chemicals and testing soil as related to the horticulture industry. Also, students will learn plant history, harmony, unity, color, balance, proportion, scale, focal point, rhythm line, form space, depth, texture and mechanics of floral design. Medical Office Assistant - This major prepares students for entry-level employment in a variety of health care facilities. Students learn administrative routines and procedures followed in a medical office including correct medical terminology and advanced computer skills. Medical office accounting and procedures, electronic patient records, patient billing, and medical insurance claims are covered. Students learn about major insurance programs and federal health care legislation. Students gain skills required for numerous industry-relayed certifications. Audio Visual Integration- Students will learn to install, configure, troubleshoot and repair complex residential and light commercial systems. The systems they are responsible for include audio-visual storage, distribution and presentation; automation of lighting, applications, irrigation and environmental control systems; and monitoring of smoke, fire, and intruder systems. Building & Grounds Maintenance- This career major introduces students to the safe practices, tools and equipment, chemical safety and uses and skills required to enter the building maintenance occupations. The student will also be provided the opportunity to acquire the necessary skills to safely operate tools associated within the landscaping maintenance industry. CAD- This major prepares students for a career in a Computer- Aided Drafting (CAD) or for advancing to a college or university to pursue a higher degree. Students learn to convert ideas and objects into working drawings that meet current drafting industry standards. They do this by mastering and utilizing both computer-aided software and hand-sketching techniques. Courses include but are not limited to; Intro to CAD, Drawing and Document Management, and Presentation Graphics Animation (3D Modeling) all with an emphasis on Architectural Drafting. Residential Carpentry- This career major will introduce students to the basic skills of a carpenter, safety practices and carpentry tools and equipment uses/operations. The student will also be introduced to materials used in cabinet making, blueprint reading, planning, measuring, cutting, and constructing cabinets and installing hardware. The students will further gain understanding and use of these skills by building a movable house that is sold at a sealed-bid auction. Residential Electricians Assistant- This career major provides an understanding of the basic fundamentals of electricity and its practical applications, instructs the student in direct current and alternating current circuitry, teaches residential wiring, and gives the student an understanding of the National Electrical Code and how it applies to safe electrical installations. Students learn to install, diagnose and repair electrical systems for residential applications. After completion, students may continue their training toward their journeyman licensure. Residential HVAC Technician- This career major is an introduction to air-conditioning and refrigeration, exploring career opportunities in the HVAC/R industry, personal safety and work practices, and personal protective equipment. Students will be instructed in the proper handling of pressurized fluids, handling hazardous substances, hand and power tools and equipment used to test and service air conditioning. Graphic Communications- This career major prepares students for future rolls in the graphic and advertising design industry. Students study typography, color theory, principles of design and composition, page layout, vector and raster images, and their applications to a variety of methods and styles of editing and print production. Students learn essential Adobe CC software to help create various types of graphic design and to prepare artwork for digital press production, wide format printing, vinyl signage, and screen printing. Safety, fundamentals of technology, proofing principles, finishing operations and digital photography are also covered. Study materials provided can also be used to prep for Adobe certifications. Advanced Unlicensed Assistant- This career major prepares high school seniors and adult students to earn their certification in the health field with the Oklahoma Board of Nursing as an Advanced Unlicensed Assistant. The AUA performs an assistive role to the licensed nurses in a hospital setting. Students will build upon basic Certified Nurse Aide skills. Selected advanced skills such as EKG, legal and ethical aspects of health care, and appropriate behaviors are presented in a format combining classroom instruction, lab exercises, and clinical applications. Students must be 18 years of age to take the AUA licensure exam. Allied Health- Exercise & Therapy Science is a one-year program for students interested in athletic training, physical therapy, fitness, physiology of exercise, nutrition, and other sports medicine related fields. This program includes course work and practical hands-on applications in the following areas: prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of sports injuries, taping and wrapping of injuries, first aid/cpr, emergency procedures, nutrition, anatomy and physiology, fitness/conditioning/strength programs and sports medicine. Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)- This one-year program is intended to prepare students for work with a basic or advanced life support ambulance service. They will also be prepared to provide basic emergency care in other settings. The student who successfully completes the course will be eligible to take the National Registry of EMT s exam at the EMT level (must be at least 18 years of age to sit for the exam) and obtain licensure in the state of Oklahoma. Health Careers Explore- Never has there been a greater demand for skilled professionals than in the constantly and rapidly changing health care industry. For students with an interest in health issues or those who are undecided about a career area, this oneyear class provides the information and opportunities for making an informed choice. Students will get an overview of occupations in the health care field by touring medical facilities and prepare for a job in area nursing homes/hospitals/ laboratories by learning basic nursing & home health skills including phlebotomy and pharmacy technician. Practical Nursing Program- The Practical Nursing course is ten (10) months in length and consists of 1463 clock hours. Each year the program begins in August and finishes in June. Students interested in this program can prepare now by taking a medical terminology course for college credit or from Mid-America Technology Center and a Healthcare provider CPR course, as both are required before entry (Medical Terminology will be offered in July to students admitted to the program without it). A certified nurse assistant course is suggested. The entrance test required during the application process is the TEAS V (Test of Essential Academic Skills). Study guides and practice tests for this are available for purchase from The next application period will be February to April Anyone interested in receiving an application should call the Practical Nursing Secretary at , ext. 290, or go online at beginning in February. The Practical Nursing Program at Mid-America is approved by the Oklahoma Board of Nursing (2915 N. Classen, Suite 524, Oklahoma City, OK 73106) and the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education (1500 W. 7th Ave., Stillwater, OK 74074). The program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, GA 30326) Student Achievement Outcome Data: Graduation rate- 20/26= 77% (4 students returned , 24/26= 92%) 1st Attempt NCLEX-PN Pass Rate- 100% Job Placement Rates- 100% (6 months post-graduation) Pre-Nursing- This career major prepares high school seniors and adult students to earn their certification in the health field with the Oklahoma Board of Nursing as an Advanced Unlicensed Assistant. The AUA performs an assistive role to the licensed nurses in a hospital setting. Students will build upon basic Certified Nurse Aide skills. Selected advanced skills such as EKG, legal and ethical aspects of health care, and appropriate behaviors are presented in a format combining classroom instruction, lab exercises, and clinical applications. Students must be 18 years of age to take the AUA licensure exam. (Prerequisite: Health Careers Explore) 16

17 DAYTIME CAREER MAJORS Therapeutic Health Careers- Exercise & Therapy Science is a one-year program for students interested in athletic training, physical therapy, fitness, physiology of exercise, nutrition, and other sports medicine related fields. This program includes course work and practical hands-on applications in the following areas: prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of sports injuries, taping and wrapping of injuries, first aid/cpr, emergency procedures, nutrition, anatomy and physiology, fitness/conditioning/strength programs and sports medicine. This major is an introduction to the historical background, professional direction, agencies and processes, purposes, functions, ethics, administration, and technical problems of the criminal justice system. Areas examined are municipal, state, and federal systems. Hospitality Service Assistant- This course of study introduces students to the world of work in the field of service careers in the hospitality industry. It is designed to help students make a successful transition from school to work. The curriculum is prepared to aid and instruct students in employability skills and specific occupational skills. Instruction provides for employment skills in areas such as socialization, communication, job procurement, safety and personal hygiene. Training for specific occupational skills is provided in the classroom as well as in simulated work-site learning. CNC Machinist- This course prepares students for an entry-level job in the machining and metals industry. Students will learn the techniques and skills of shaping metals by using lathes, mills, grinders, drill presses and computerized machinery. Structural Welder- Cosmetologist- The objective of this program is to prepare students to pass the Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology License Examination. Students must complete 1,000 hours of training during their junior and senior years and receive a high school diploma to be eligible to take the state board exam. Good attendance and grades are a must! This major is an introduction to common welding and cutting processes used in metal fabrication of structural steel. Students will be introduced to Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), Oxy-Fuel Cutting (OFC), Plasma Arc Cutting (PAC), Air Carbon Arc Cutting (AAC), metal preparation and heat-treating. Students will also be introduced to blue print reading and construction of items according to specifications. Cyber Security- This major prepares students to plan, coordinate and implement security measures for networking systems. Students first learn the basics of repair and maintenance of computer hardware, software and operating systems along with the installation, configuration and troubleshooting of network hardware. Then they are introduced to basic security principles involving networks and operating systems, including the current threats and vulnerabilities of the cyber landscape. They gain an understanding of the principles of risk management, security architectures, incident handling, disaster recovery, ethical hacking, and secure systems administration. Students gain skills required for certifications offered by Microsoft and CompTIA. Multimedia Assistant- This major prepares students to create and edit graphics for video, print and web publishing. Students gain fundamental web authoring skills and design strategies along with digital photography skills. They learn advanced non-linear computer editing techniques as they complete video-based projects for broadcast production. Customer service, marketing, project management and professionalism are stressed. Students gain skills required for Adobe, CIW, WOW, and/or Apple industry certifications. Network Systems Technician- Students in this major will learn to design, install, configure and troubleshoot network installations. This will include the programming and installation of network routers, switches, Wi-Fi and other network software and hardware. Students will also learn about category 5, 6 and fiber optic cable termination and installation. This major also includes training in the installation and management of a server environment using Windows Server Operating Systems, VMware application, Network Array Storage (NAS) in conjunction with other server components. The training received as part of this major can include certifications from CompTIA Net+ and A+, Microsoft certifications and Cisco certifications. Students will also learn to program using Java to develop software for personal computers and applications on the Android platform. Criminal Justice Officer- Pre-Engineering- Students in this major will study pre-engineering through Project-Lead-the-Way curriculum that will introduce them to the concepts and principles of engineering and there will be a strong emphasis on developing problem solving skills. They will learn how engineers use math, science and technology to solve problems. Pre-Engineering prepares high school students for success in colleges of engineering. Automotive Service Technician- In this career major, the student will learn about the history, current state and future of the automotive service industry. Students are prepared for entry level employment or college in one more of the eight A.S.E. areas. All eight areas are introduced, with specialization in Brakes, Electrical, Engine Performance, Engine Repair, and Steering and Suspension. The course consists of classroom and hands-on live work projects. Combination Collision Repair Technician- This career major provides the student with instruction needed to develop a working knowledge of basic techniques in automotive collision technology. Theory and/or shop experience are gained in the areas of: major and minor collision repair; spot, panel and overall refinishing; color mixing; spray painting methods and materials; frame and uni-body alignment methods; and automotive mig welding. Medium/Heavy Diesel Service Technician- Students in this major will learn skills needed to be able to cover the diagnosis and repair of the modern diesel truck. They will cover safety, tools, and equipment operation for the repair industry; learn about electrical theory, electrical system repairs, brake systems, engine repair, climate control system, steering/suspension systems and the drive train. Students will cover Engine Performance and Drivability diagnosis using diagnostic tools to determine necessary action. Students will learn how to test and replace the components of all of these systems. In addition, students will learn about the preventative maintenance inspection and service procedures, regulations, and documentation. This program is accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) in all 8 areas: Brakes, Steering & Suspension, Drivetrain, HVAC, Electrical/Electronics, Preventive Maintenance, Diesel Engines, and Hydraulics. Visit the diesel program at: matcdiesel.webs.com. MATC students who are enrolled in a career program that offers an approved license or credential may have the opportunity to receive college credit upon completion of their program. For more information, call

18 Enrollment Information Enrollment Information Anyone 16 years or older may enroll in the Adult Education short-term programs offered at Mid-America Technology Center. Enrollment is easy and may be completed as follows. 1. Select the program(s) in which you wish to enroll from this brochure. 2. Fill out the enrollment application including all information requested. 3. Clip out the application and mail with full payment to Mid-America Technology Center. Applications are not processed unless accompanied by full tuition. 4. Enroll in person from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday at the Adult Education office in the BIS building. 5. Phone and online enrollments are taken when paying with Visa, MasterCard or Discover. Discounts Persons over the age of 65 who live in the MATC district will be admitted to class without paying any tuition. Persons years of age who live in the MATC district will be permitted to enroll for one-half of the total tuition. Persons employed with public schools or serving on school boards within the MATC district will be permitted to enroll by paying onehalf of the total tuition. Discounts are unavailable for some classes, see course descriptions for class-specific information. Student Information Students enrolled in all classes will receive a certificate of completion provided they have attended at least 50 percent of the classes and are recommended by the instructor. If you require special accommodations in order to participate in Mid-America s educational programs, please indicate so on your enrollment application Weather Cancellations Due to inclement weather an announcement will be made through the local media, school website ( or students can call after 2 pm the day of classes to see if classes have been cancelled for that evening. Please DO NOT assume if day classes are cancelled that evening classes will also be canceled. Refund Policy Full refund is given for courses canceled by Mid-America Technology Center. The school reserves the right to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment up to the day the class begins. Upon request, enrollment fees are refundable, less $5.00, if the student cancels before the third class meeting or prior to completing 50% of the class. No refunds will be issued after the third class meeting. Non-Discrimination Statement Mid-America Technology Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex/gender, age disability, or veteran status. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Mike Eubank, (405) , P.O. Box H Wayne, OK For further information on non-discrimination, visit for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call Administration Dusty Ricks Mike Eubank Denny Prince Wade Jarlsberg Randy Henderson Malachi Blaxton Board of Education Mike Hancock Donna Stokes Joe Ray Michael Dillinger Doyle Greteman Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent BIS Director Director of Student Services Program Director Wynnewood Blanchard Wanette Purcell Lindsay 18

19 Enrollment Application Enrollment Application (Please Note Refund Policy) Social Security # Date of Birth Name Address City State Home Phone Cell Phone CLASS NAME Zip BEGIN DATE MEETING DAY(S) M T W Th F S M T W Th F S M T W Th F S M T W Th F S M T W Th F S TIME CLASS COST $ $ $ $ $ Please Indicate Which Discount Applies: q 65 & Over q Age q School Employee If Mid-America Should Invoice An Agency For Your Tuition, Fees, Books, Etc., Please Indicate So Below: Agency/Company Contact Person Billing Address City Phone PO# State Zip I hereby authorize/consent officials of Mid-America Technology Center to contact me via telephone, text, or for class enrollments, class cancellations, or marketing, and to release information in my records and files upon request by prospective employers, other educational institutions and/or educationally related financial/sponsoring agencies. Signature Mail Application or Fax to: Adult Education, Mid-America Technology Center, PO Box H, Wayne, OK FAX: (405) Office Use Only Date Enrollment Received: REFUND POLICY: Full refund is given for courses canceled by Mid-America Technology Center. The school reserves the right to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment up to the day the class begins. Upon request, enrollment fees are refundable, less $5.00, if the student cancels before the third class meeting. No refunds will be issued after the third class meeting. 19

20 NON PROFIT ORG U.S. POSTAGE PAID OKLAHOMA CITY, OK PERMIT NO. 324 PO Box H, State Highway 59, Wayne, OK Mid-America Technology Center Proudly Serving These Communities Throughout Central Oklahoma Blanchard Bridge Creek Byars Dibble Elmore City Lexington Lindsay Little Axe Maysville Newcastle Noble Paoli Pauls Valley Pernell Purcell Stratford Wanette Washington Wayne Whitebead Wynnewood

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