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From cabinetmaking to ceramic tile, floral design to first aid, and Excel to editing photos, Meridian offers nearly 100 personal courses each semester, year-round. Need a course that isn't being offered? Meridian changes with the needs of the district, continually developing courses that meet the interests of district residents. We love to receive feedback. You can reserve your space in a professional- or personal-interest course in a variety of ways.

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Meridian Technology Center
Career Planning Center
1312 South Sangre Road
Stillwater, OK 74074-1899
Fax (405)377-2076 (credit card or letter of authorization only)

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Meridian Technology Center
1312 South Sangre Road
½ mile south of Highway 51 on Sangre Road
Enrollment Hours: 7:30 a.m.-10 p.m. M - Th; 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. F

Architecture & Construction 

Masonry: Basics
This course is an introduction to masonry methods and materials. Learn the concepts of concrete, stone, block and brick construction. Practice hands-on techniques for working with masonry tools and how to mix and spread mortar. Gain a clear understanding of tool and site safety.
5/10/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:00pm
$179
 
OSHA 10: Construction Industry
This course meets the requirements by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's 10-hour certification for the construction industry. Developed for the construction worker supervisor or other personnel responsible for construction-related projects. Provides tools needed to prevent hazards on a construction site. Stay up-to-date with OSHA safety requirements. Upon successful completion participants will receive an OSHA 10 Construction Industry Card.
5/10/2016
TWTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$120
 
Maintenance Technician
The fundamental purpose for this course is to be able to perform entry-level work in the field of maintenance, repair and remodeling of apartments, homes, buildings, office, schools and other facilities. Students will be introduced to the field of building maintenance. Topics to be covered in this course will be hands-on training and safety procedures, an overview of career opportunities in the maintenance field, how to perform basic electrical repairs, minor plumbing repairs, HVAC basic repairs, and power tool and equipment operation. There are no pre-requisites for this program.
5/16/2016
MW
6:00pm
9:00pm
$395
 
Ceramic Tile: Countertops, Backsplash & Flooring
This course will cover the fundamentals and "how-to" of working with ceramic tile. Learn how to buy material, cut, lay and grout tiles. Work on back-splash, countertops and flooring for that new look around your house.
5/2/2016
MW
6:00pm
9:00pm
$98
 
EPA 608 Test Prep
You will gain knowledge necessary to complete certification for the EPA608 Refrigerant Handling exam. Topics include the ozone depletion issue, handling of refrigerant and leak detection. The training includes an informational booklet needed to prepare technicians to become certified to recover and contain refrigerant for both high-pressure and low-pressure air conditioning and refrigerant equipment. EPA examination is provided with the course.
5/24/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:00pm
$119
 
Mechanical Code Update
This class is designed to update mechanical contractors and journeymen on international codes as they relate to the HVAC/R Industry. A photo ID is required for this class to count for CEU credit with the Oklahoma Construction Industries Board.
5/3/2016
TWTh
6:00pm
9:00pm
$60
 
Woodworking for Beginners
Participants will learn a variety of skills and gain knowledge concerning woodworking. You will gain fundamental knowledge on safe power tool use and operation. This is designed to help participants become more comfortable with using the tools of the trade.
6/7/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:00pm
$59
 
Woodworking Projects
Participants will learn to take a variety of skills and gain knowledge concerning woodworking and put them to work on a project of their choosing. Topics will cover design and material selection as well as skills to build your next woodworking project. Participants are responsible for all costs associated with their project. Individual project materials will not be provided.
7/12/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:00pm
$149
 
Ceramic Tile: Countertops, Backsplash & Flooring
This course will cover the fundamentals and "how-to" of working with ceramic tile. Learn how to buy material, cut, lay and grout tiles. Work on back-splash, countertops and flooring for that new look around your house.
8/2/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:00pm
$98
 

Arts, A/V Technology & Communication 

Auctioneering
This class will focus on the skills required to coordinate an auction. Participants will gain in-depth knowledge of each individual element that effects the auction industry. This course includes types of sales, advertising, live auction work, roles of a ringman and focus on the auctioneering chant.
5/24/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:00pm
$375
 
Braiding Techniques
Learn fun and creative hair braiding techniques from the pros. Bring your child and have a blast.
5/31/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Planting Perennials
Discuss various topics including what is hardy, sun perennials and selecting the perfect variety for your site.
6/16/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Jewelry Design Basics
Combine your creativity with the love of working with your hands to create and repair jewelry. Learn various techniques through hands-on training.
6/6/2016
M
6:00pm
9:00pm
$89
 
Photography In Motion
This class will cover the process of getting great photos no matter where you are. Activities will include discussion of set up to the delivery of the final product. Emphasis will be placed on understanding exposure, equipment requirements, selection of camera lens, location and the utilization of natural light.
6/7/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$120
 
Aromatherapy
Aroma therapy focuses on restoration of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health through the application of various oils. Discover the benefits of safely and effectively using these essential oils.
6/9/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$40
 
Floral Design
Basic floral design techniques are taught in this hands-on course. Standard floral mechanics are taught by learning six types of basic designs and their variations. These include: Western Design, Biedermiier, Crescent, Flemish, Vegetative and Hogarth. Bow making is also included in this class.
7/12/2016
T
6:30pm
9:30pm
$145
 
Sign Language I
This is a beginner?s course. Participants will learn history of deafness, manual alphabet, numbers and basics signs. After completion of this course, participants should be able to communicate with each other and hearing impaired individuals.
7/12/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:00pm
$130
 
Woven Jewelry Design
If you're looking for ways to make your designs more dynamic, these beautiful bead weaving/stitching techniques are a great way to make gorgeous DIY pieces of all kinds.
7/18/2016
M
6:00pm
9:00pm
$65
 
Vertical Gardening
Discover the secrets of a successful vertical garden. Topics include choosing the appropriate plants, planting in the ground and container gardening.
7/21/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Daddy-Daughter Hairstyling
Fun and creative styling tips any dad can master. You and your daughter will have a great time exploring these braiding and styling techniques.
7/28/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Aromatherapy
Aroma therapy focuses on restoration of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health through the application of various oils. Discover the benefits of safely and effectively using these essential oils.
8/11/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$40
 
Beekeeping

Interested in learning the art of beekpeeing? This is the class for you. Learn what to expect and how to keep your investment alive and growing.

8/2/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:00pm
$55
 
Attracting Butterflies
It's the perfect time to bring those beautiful creatures to your garden. Learn what plants are needed to support butterflies life cycles and needs, as well as other important information.
8/4/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 

Business, Management & Administration 

HR Matters: Expanding Your Mentor Network
Mentors provide inspiration, motivation and development. They can play a key role at any point in your career, but how do you find one in the first place? And, where do you turn when you begin to outgrow the mentors you found early in your career? In this session, we?ll discuss different styles of mentors and show you how to go beyond the traditional mentor-prot
5/10/2016
T
11:30am
1:00pm
$15
 
Real Estate Pre-License
Meets training requirements mandated by the state legislature to qualify individuals to sit for the state licensing exam to become a provisional sales associate as outlined by the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission. The Commission approves the curriculum and instructor and all topics are relevant to Oklahoma laws.
5/24/2016
TWTh
9:00am
5:00pm
$375
 
Leadercast 2016: Architects of Tomorrow
The theme for Leadercast 2016 is "Architects of Tomorrow" - it focuses on what it means to be a visionary leader. Visionary leaders have the ability to see a preferred future, operate in the present, and utilize the resources around them to architect a clear path to a new destination. They work tirelessly to empower those around them to bring a vision to life. Architects of Tomorrow imagine a future that is rich and full of hope. A future where problems are solved, questions are answered, confusion gives way to clarity. In it?s simplest form, leadership looks like creating and casting a compelling vision and mobilizing individuals to fulfill that vision. That is the role of the Architect? they design the path, they communicate the directions clearly, and they lead their team towards that preferred future with little deviation. Today is better because of the visionary leaders of yesterday, and the future will be brighter because of the Architects of Tomorrow.
5/6/2016
F
7:30am
4:00pm
$72
 
Real Estate Post License
Meets post education real estate instruction requirements mandated by the state legislature for qualification as a Sales Associate. The Commission approves the curriculum and instructor and all topics are relevant to Oklahoma laws.
6/21/2016
TWTh
8:00am
5:00pm
$175
 
Real Estate Pre-License
Meets training requirements mandated by the state legislature to qualify individuals to sit for the state licensing exam to become a provisional sales associate as outlined by the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission. The Commission approves the curriculum and instructor and all topics are relevant to Oklahoma laws.
8/2/2016
TWTh
9:00am
5:00pm
$375
 
Everyday Leaders: The Art of Asking Better Questions
Strong leaders know that asking the right questions can be transformational when it comes to leading others.
8/26/2016
F
11:30am
1:00pm
$15
 

Health Science 

Phlebotomy

Learn proper blood collection techniques, routine and special specimen collection requirements and transportation procedures.

09/07/16 - 10/26/16
MW
5:30 pm
8:30 pm
$275
 
BLS Provider
For health care providers and other professional rescuers. Learn skills of one- and two-rescuer CPR for adult, child, and infant utilizing mouth-to-mask and bag-mask techniques and AED. Must pass written and skills tests for certification.
5/10/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:00pm
$60
 
Advanced Cardiac Life Support Recertification
Meets requirements for AHA ACLS Recertification. Must pass written and skills tests for certification. Must show current BLS Healthcare Provider CPR and ACLS Provider CPR certification cards to enroll.
5/10/2016
T
8:30am
4:30pm
$99
 
Medication Administration Technician
Emphasizes basic knowledge of legal and ethical issues for the Medication Administration Technician. Will learn performance of vital signs and how to properly administer certain medications in an environment where acute nursing care is not required. Pre-requisite to MAT Update.
5/10/2016
TTh
8:30am
5:30pm
$70
 
BLS Provider Recertification
Meets requirements for AHA BLS Provider Recertification. Must pass written and skills tests for certification. Must show current BLS Provider CPR certification card to enroll.
5/11/2016
W
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
For health care professionals who either direct or participate in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest and other cardiovascular emergencies. Must pass written and skills tests for certification. Must show current BLS Healthcare Provider CPR certification card to enroll.
5/16/2016
MW
8:30am
4:00pm
$199
 
Heartsaver CPR/AED
For lay rescuers assigned as first responders to emergencies in the workplace or community. Provides training in adult, child and infant CPR and use of an AED. Must pass skills test for certification.
5/17/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Medication Administration Technician Update
As required by law, this class meets the minimum eight-hour requirement for annual update training in Medication Administration. Must be a current MAT to enroll.
5/18/2016
W
8:30am
5:30pm
$45
 
Infant/Child CPR for Family and Friends
Designed for the general public, parents, grandparents, and babysitters. An entry-level modular course offering instruction in one-rescuer child and infant CPR. Will learn basic child and infant CPR skills and recognizing and relieving choking in children and infants. Does not lead to certification.
5/18/2016
W
6:30pm
9:30pm
$20
 
Heartsaver First Aid
First aid is the immediate care that is given to someone with an illness or injury before someone with more advanced training arrives and takes over.
5/19/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Medical Terminology
Introduction to the special language utilized in the medical field and health care. Understanding new words becomes easy with the discovery that many terms are made up of interchangeable word parts that are utilized in different combinations. Meets pre-requisite requirements for Radiologic Technology.
5/2/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$210
 
Medical Math Basics
An introduction into basic math, the emphasis will be how the math is utilized in the health field. Modules will cover basic math including fractions, decimals, percent, ratios and proportions, conversions, metric system and dosage calculations. Satisfies pre-requisite for Practical Nursing.
5/2/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$230
 
Computer Applications
Very basic introduction to computer skills related to keyboarding, Microsoft Word documents, PowerPoint slideshows, Internet searches and email. Meets pre-requisite requirements for Practical Nursing.
5/2/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$104
 
Home Health Aide
Will satisfy 16-hour training requirements to be eligible for deeming onto Nurse Aide Registry as a Home Health Aide. Pre-requisite: Must hold current designation as a Long Term Care Aide in the state of Oklahoma.
5/24/2016
TTh
5:00pm
9:00pm
$75
 
Nurse Aide/Long Term Care Aide
Prepares individuals to work in a long-term care facility, assisted living facility, etc. Includes proper lifting and moving procedures and patient-care skills relating to personal hygiene, safety, comfort, nutrition, exercise, and elimination needs of residents. Must pass state skills and written tests to receive certification. Testing fees not included in tuition.
5/3/2016
TTh
5:00pm
9:00pm
$445
 
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
For health care professionals who either direct or participate in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest and other cardiovascular emergencies. Must pass written and skills tests for certification. Must show current BLS Healthcare Provider CPR certification card to enroll.
5/4/2016
WTh
8:30am
4:30pm
$199
 
Bloodborne Pathogens
For people who have a reasonable chance of coming into contact with blood or blood-containing materials as part of their job responsibilities.
5/4/2016
W
6:30pm
7:30pm
$20
 
Anatomy & Physiology
Study of the structural complexity of the human body and its intricate functional mechanisms. Become familiar with body structure and function of the body systems. Meets pre-requisite requirements for Radiologic Technology.
5/9/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$275
 
Home Health Aide
Will satisfy 16-hour training requirements to be eligible for deeming onto Nurse Aide Registry as a Home Health Aide. Pre-requisite: Must hold current designation as a Long Term Care Aide in the state of Oklahoma.
6/14/2016
TTh
5:00pm
9:00pm
$75
 
Pediatric Advanced Life Support
For healthcare professionals who respond to emergencies in infants and children. Must pass written and skills tests for certification. Must show current BLS Healthcare Provider CPR certification card to enroll.
6/15/2016
WTh
8:30am
4:30pm
$199
 
Medication Administration Technician Update
As required by law, this class meets the minimum eight-hour requirement for annual update training in Medication Administration. Must be a current MAT to enroll.
6/15/2016
W
8:30am
5:30pm
$45
 
BLS Provider
For health care providers and other professional rescuers. Learn skills of one- and two-rescuer CPR for adult, child, and infant utilizing mouth-to-mask and bag-mask techniques and AED. Must pass written and skills tests for certification.
6/21/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:00pm
$60
 
BLS Provider Recertification
Meets requirements for AHA BLS Provider Recertification. Must pass written and skills tests for certification. Must show current BLS Provider CPR certification card to enroll.
6/22/2016
W
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Heartsaver CPR/AED
For lay rescuers assigned as first responders to emergencies in the workplace or community. Provides training in adult, child and infant CPR and use of an AED. Must pass skills test for certification.
6/28/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Infant/Child CPR for Family and Friends
Designed for the general public, parents, grandparents, and babysitters. An entry-level modular course offering instruction in one-rescuer child and infant CPR. Will learn basic child and infant CPR skills and recognizing and relieving choking in children and infants. Does not lead to certification.
6/29/2016
W
6:30pm
9:30pm
$20
 
Heartsaver First Aid
First aid is the immediate care that is given to someone with an illness or injury before someone with more advanced training arrives and takes over.
6/30/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Anatomy & Physiology
Study of the structural complexity of the human body and its intricate functional mechanisms. Become familiar with body structure and function of the body systems. Meets pre-requisite requirements for Radiologic Technology.
6/6/2016
MMW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$275
 
Medical Terminology
Introduction to the special language utilized in the medical field and health care. Understanding new words becomes easy with the discovery that many terms are made up of interchangeable word parts that are utilized in different combinations. Meets pre-requisite requirements for Radiologic Technology.
6/6/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$210
 
Medical Math Basics
An introduction into basic math, the emphasis will be how the math is utilized in the health field. Modules will cover basic math including fractions, decimals, percent, ratios and proportions, conversions, metric system and dosage calculations. Satisfies pre-requisite for Practical Nursing.
6/6/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$230
 
Computer Applications
Very basic introduction to computer skills related to keyboarding, Microsoft Word documents, PowerPoint slideshows, Internet searches and email. Meets pre-requisite requirements for Practical Nursing.
6/6/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$130
 
Nurse Aide/Long Term Care Aide
Prepares individuals to work in a long-term care facility, assisted living facility, etc. Includes proper lifting and moving procedures and patient-care skills relating to personal hygiene, safety, comfort, nutrition, exercise, and elimination needs of residents. Must pass state skills and written tests to receive certification. Testing fees not included in tuition.
6/7/2016
TTh
5:00pm
9:00pm
$445
 
Medication Administration Technician
Emphasizes basic knowledge of legal and ethical issues for the Medication Administration Technician. Will learn performance of vital signs and how to properly administer certain medications in an environment where acute nursing care is not required. Pre-requisite to MAT Update.
6/7/2016
TTh
8:30am
5:30pm
$70
 
Bloodborne Pathogens
For people who have a reasonable chance of coming into contact with blood or blood-containing materials as part of their job responsibilities.
6/8/2016
W
6:30pm
7:30pm
$20
 
Pediatric Advanced Life Support Recertification
Meets requirements for AHA PALS Recertification. Must pass written and skills tests for certification. Must show current BLS Healthcare Provider CPR and PALS Provider CPR certification cards to enroll.
6/9/2016
Th
8:30am
4:30pm
$99
 
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
For health care professionals who either direct or participate in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest and other cardiovascular emergencies. Must pass written and skills tests for certification. Must show current BLS Healthcare Provider CPR certification card to enroll.
7/12/2016
TWTh
8:30am
4:30pm
$199
 
Medication Administration Technician
Emphasizes basic knowledge of legal and ethical issues for the Medication Administration Technician. Will learn performance of vital signs and how to properly administer certain medications in an environment where acute nursing care is not required. Pre-requisite to MAT Update.
7/12/2016
TTh
8:30am
5:30pm
$70
 
Home Health Aide
Will satisfy 16-hour training requirements to be eligible for deeming onto Nurse Aide Registry as a Home Health Aide. Pre-requisite: Must hold current designation as a Long Term Care Aide in the state of Oklahoma.
7/12/2016
TTh
5:00pm
9:00pm
$75
 
Medication Administration Technician Update
As required by law, this class meets the minimum eight-hour requirement for annual update training in Medication Administration. Must be a current MAT to enroll.
7/13/2016
W
8:30am
5:30pm
$45
 
BLS Provider
For health care providers and other professional rescuers. Learn skills of one- and two-rescuer CPR for adult, child, and infant utilizing mouth-to-mask and bag-mask techniques and AED. Must pass written and skills tests for certification.
7/19/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:00pm
$60
 
BLS Provider Recertification
Meets requirements for AHA BLS Provider Recertification. Must pass written and skills tests for certification. Must show current BLS Provider CPR certification card to enroll.
7/20/2016
W
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Advanced Cardiac Life Support Recertification
Meets requirements for AHA ACLS Recertification. Must pass written and skills tests for certification. Must show current BLS Healthcare Provider CPR and ACLS Provider CPR certification cards to enroll.
7/21/2016
Th
8:30am
4:30pm
$99
 
Heartsaver CPR/AED
For lay rescuers assigned as first responders to emergencies in the workplace or community. Provides training in adult, child and infant CPR and use of an AED. Must pass skills test for certification.
7/26/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Infant/Child CPR for Family and Friends
Designed for the general public, parents, grandparents, and babysitters. An entry-level modular course offering instruction in one-rescuer child and infant CPR. Will learn basic child and infant CPR skills and recognizing and relieving choking in children and infants. Does not lead to certification.
7/27/2016
W
6:30pm
9:30pm
$20
 
Heartsaver First Aid
First aid is the immediate care that is given to someone with an illness or injury before someone with more advanced training arrives and takes over.
7/28/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Nurse Aide/Long Term Care Aide
Prepares individuals to work in a long-term care facility, assisted living facility, etc. Includes proper lifting and moving procedures and patient-care skills relating to personal hygiene, safety, comfort, nutrition, exercise, and elimination needs of residents. Must pass state skills and written tests to receive certification. Testing fees not included in tuition.
7/5/2016
TTh
5:00pm
9:00pm
$445
 
Anatomy & Physiology
Study of the structural complexity of the human body and its intricate functional mechanisms. Become familiar with body structure and function of the body systems. Meets pre-requisite requirements for Radiologic Technology.
7/6/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$275
 
Medical Math Basics
An introduction into basic math, the emphasis will be how the math is utilized in the health field. Modules will cover basic math including fractions, decimals, percent, ratios and proportions, conversions, metric system and dosage calculations. Satisfies pre-requisite for Practical Nursing.
7/6/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$230
 
Medical Terminology
Introduction to the special language utilized in the medical field and health care. Understanding new words becomes easy with the discovery that many terms are made up of interchangeable word parts that are utilized in different combinations. Meets pre-requisite requirements for Radiologic Technology.
7/6/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$210
 
Computer Applications
Very basic introduction to computer skills related to keyboarding, Microsoft Word documents, PowerPoint slideshows, Internet searches and email. Meets pre-requisite requirements for Practical Nursing.
7/6/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$130
 
Bloodborne Pathogens
For people who have a reasonable chance of coming into contact with blood or blood-containing materials as part of their job responsibilities.
7/6/2016
W
6:30pm
7:30pm
$20
 
Medication Administration Technician Update
As required by law, this class meets the minimum eight-hour requirement for annual update training in Medication Administration. Must be a current MAT to enroll.
8/10/2016
W
8:30am
5:30pm
$45
 
Bloodborne Pathogens
For people who have a reasonable chance of coming into contact with blood or blood-containing materials as part of their job responsibilities.
8/10/2016
W
6:30pm
7:30pm
$20
 
Pediatric Advanced Life Support
For healthcare professionals who respond to emergencies in infants and children. Must pass written and skills tests for certification. Must show current BLS Healthcare Provider CPR certification card to enroll.
8/11/2016
ThF
8:30am
4:30pm
$199
 
Home Health Aide
Will satisfy 16-hour training requirements to be eligible for deeming onto Nurse Aide Registry as a Home Health Aide. Pre-requisite: Must hold current designation as a Long Term Care Aide in the state of Oklahoma.
8/16/2016
TTh
5:00pm
9:00pm
$75
 
Pediatric Advanced Life Support Recertification
Meets requirements for AHA PALS Recertification. Must pass written and skills tests for certification. Must show current BLS Healthcare Provider CPR and PALS Provider CPR certification cards to enroll.
8/17/2016
W
8:30am
4:30pm
$99
 
BLS Provider
For health care providers and other professional rescuers. Learn skills of one- and two-rescuer CPR for adult, child, and infant utilizing mouth-to-mask and bag-mask techniques and AED. Must pass written and skills tests for certification.
8/23/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:00pm
$60
 
BLS Provider Recertification
Meets requirements for AHA BLS Provider Recertification. Must pass written and skills tests for certification. Must show current BLS Provider CPR certification card to enroll.
8/24/2016
W
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Heartsaver CPR/AED
For lay rescuers assigned as first responders to emergencies in the workplace or community. Provides training in adult, child and infant CPR and use of an AED. Must pass skills test for certification.
8/30/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Emergency Medical Technician
An EMT administers medical care, stabilization, and transportation to sick or injured persons, working as a member of an emergency medical team. This course will prepare students to take the National Registry Exam in order to become a licensed EMT in Oklahoma. There are clinical rotations and computer work to be completed outside of scheduled class meetings.
8/4/2016
TWTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$869
 
Anatomy & Physiology
Study of the structural complexity of the human body and its intricate functional mechanisms. Become familiar with body structure and function of the body systems. Meets pre-requisite requirements for Radiologic Technology.
8/8/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$275
 
Medical Terminology
Introduction to the special language utilized in the medical field and health care. Understanding new words becomes easy with the discovery that many terms are made up of interchangeable word parts that are utilized in different combinations. Meets pre-requisite requirements for Radiologic Technology.
8/8/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$210
 
Medical Math Basics
An introduction into basic math, the emphasis will be how the math is utilized in the health field. Modules will cover basic math including fractions, decimals, percent, ratios and proportions, conversions, metric system and dosage calculations. Satisfies pre-requisite for Practical Nursing.
8/8/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$230
 
Computer Applications
Very basic introduction to computer skills related to keyboarding, Microsoft Word documents, PowerPoint slideshows, Internet searches and email. Meets pre-requisite requirements for Practical Nursing.
8/8/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$130
 
Nurse Aide/Long Term Care Aide
Prepares individuals to work in a long-term care facility, assisted living facility, etc. Includes proper lifting and moving procedures and patient-care skills relating to personal hygiene, safety, comfort, nutrition, exercise, and elimination needs of residents. Must pass state skills and written tests to receive certification. Testing fees not included in tuition.
8/9/2016
MW
5:00pm
9:00pm
$445
 
Medication Administration Technician
Emphasizes basic knowledge of legal and ethical issues for the Medication Administration Technician. Will learn performance of vital signs and how to properly administer certain medications in an environment where acute nursing care is not required. Pre-requisite to MAT Update.
8/9/2016
TTh
8:30am
5:30pm
$70
 

Hospitality & Tourism 

Desserts Made Easy
Tired of eating those store bought goodies for the holidays and special occasions? Then learn how to create them at home. This course introduces students to a variety of basic techniques in the preparation of baked goods, including fruit pies, chilled pies, brownies, cookies, cheesecake and various other delicious desserts.
5/10/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Death by Chocolate
Calling all chocolate lovers!! Truffles, bonbons, molten lava cake, triple chocolate cheesecake, chocolate mousse cups, the list goes on! Indulge in some death by chocolate goodies while learning the basics about chocolate.
5/10/2016
TWTh
6:00pm
9:00pm
$65
 
Canning Basics
With soaring food prices and the increasing popularity of all things DIY, now is the perfect time to learn canning. This class will cover the basics of canning, including pickled beets, bread and butter pickles and strawberry jelly.
5/16/2016
M
6:00pm
9:00pm
$25
 
Homestyle Cooking
Learn to make traditional homestyle meals the whole family will love. This hands-on course will provide you with tips and techniques to create delicious made-from-scratch meals.
5/17/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Sushi for Beginners
Simple sushi can be made at home. This course teaches how to prepare rice and ingredients. Learn how to make Oklahoma rolls, California rolls and a third special roll.
5/26/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Sushi: Intermediate
Simple sushi can be made at home. This course teaches how to properly prepare rice and ingredients. Learn how to make spicy tuna rolls and dancing dragon rolls.
5/3/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Crazy Cupcakes: Flavors
Want to make cupcakes like the pros? This course teaches individuals how to create fun flavored cupcakes and delicious homemade frosting. Use your new skill to impress family and friends at home. Tuition covers adult and one child between the ages of 8-15.
5/4/2016
W
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Traditional Italian Cooking
Would you like to learn more about traditional Italian cooking? This hands-on course traditional, home-style Italian recipes. Enjoy the wonderfully intense flavors and freshness of traditional Italian dishes. Ranging from spaghetti and meatballs to fettuccine Alfredo.
5/9/2016
M
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Canning Basics
With soaring food prices and the increasing popularity of all things DIY, now is the perfect time to learn canning. This class will cover the basics of canning, including pickled beets, bread and butter pickles and strawberry jelly.
6/1/2016
W
6:00pm
9:00pm
$25
 
Sushi for Beginners
Simple sushi can be made at home. This course teaches how to prepare rice and ingredients. Learn how to make Oklahoma rolls, California rolls and a third special roll.
6/14/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Crazy Cupcakes: Flavors
Want to make cupcakes like the pros? This course teaches individuals how to create fun flavored cupcakes and delicious homemade frosting. Use your new skill to impress family and friends at home. Tuition covers adult and one child between the ages of 8-15.
6/14/2016
TUE 6:00pm-9:00pm
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Homestyle Cooking
Learn to make traditional homestyle meals the whole family will love. This hands-on course will provide you with tips and techniques to create delicious made-from-scratch meals.
6/15/2016
W
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Dinner for Two
Participants will be exploring Paella, a dish originating from Valencia, a community on the East Coast of Spain. Although some Spaniards disagree, to most of the world Paella is the national dish of Spain. With its deep cultural roots and rich flavors Paella is sure to be a hit at your next dinner party or event.
6/16/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Party Punches
Punches can be the perfect beverage for any holiday or event. Learn step by step how to create the perfect punch for your next get-together.
6/20/2016
M
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Cake Decorating
This course teaches individuals how to create beautiful basic decorated cakes. The course begins with the very basics of cake decorating. After completion of this course students will be able to frost a two-layer round cake, fill pastry bags with frosting and be able to hold the pastry bag correctly when decorating cakes. The student will make star borders, shell borders, a rose, a rose bud and floral leaves.
6/20/2016
M
6:00pm
9:00pm
$95
 
Bread Making
Learn from the experts how to make bread and rolls from scratch. Each class will learn at least one roll recipe to take home and impress your next dinner party.
6/21/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$25
 
Summer Salads
Learn how to make healthy, crisp and delicious summer salads. Make your own dressings and homemade croutons. We will also teach you how to create great salad garnishes for summer barbecues.
6/22/2016
W
6:00pm
9:00pm
$25
 
Sushi: Intermediate
Simple sushi can be made at home. This course teaches how to properly prepare rice and ingredients. Learn how to make spicy tuna rolls and dancing dragon rolls.
6/23/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Death by Chocolate
Calling all chocolate lovers!! Truffles, bonbons, molten lava cake, triple chocolate cheesecake, chocolate mousse cups, the list goes on! Indulge in some death by chocolate goodies while learning the basics about chocolate.
6/29/2016
WTh
6:00pm
9:00pm
$65
 
Crazy Cupcakes
Want to make cupcakes like the pros? This course teaches individuals how to create fun decorated cupcakes for different occasions. The course begins with the very basics of decorating. After completion you will be able to decorate fun cupcakes that will impress your family and friends. Tuition covers one adult and one child between the ages of 8-15. This class will be held off campus in Perry.
6/30/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Knife Skills
Do it like the chefs! Use your knife effectively for food preparation. You will learn knife types as well as their proper use. You will also be introduced to the use of a mandolin.
6/6/2016
M
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Traditional Italian Cooking
Would you like to learn more about traditional Italian cooking? This hands-on course traditional, home-style Italian recipes. Enjoy the wonderfully intense flavors and freshness of traditional Italian dishes. Ranging from spaghetti and meatballs to fettuccine Alfredo.
6/7/2016
M
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Stir Fry
Stir-frying is a fast and fresh way to cook. Discover great recipes and techniques for perfect rice and delicious sauce.
6/9/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Advanced Bread Making
Explore deeper into the art of bread making. Learn to create a variety of specialty breads and what makes them unique.
7/13/2016
W
6:00pm
9:00pm
$59
 
How Baking Works
Have you ever wondered why your baked goods didn't come out right? Were they to chewy, not soft enough, maybe cracked while baking? Come learn about the importance and function of the main ingredients in baking. Why use baking soda instead of baking powder? What ingredients can I use to substitute for other ingredients and how will it affect my end result? Why bake with room temperature ingredients? These are a few of many topics that will be covered in How Baking Works.
7/14/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Sushi for Beginners
Simple sushi can be made at home. This course teaches how to prepare rice and ingredients. Learn how to make Oklahoma rolls, California rolls and a third special roll.
7/18/2016
M
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Desserts Made Easy
Tired of eating those store bought goodies for the holidays and special occasions? Then learn how to create them at home. This course introduces students to a variety of basic techniques in the preparation of baked goods, including fruit pies, chilled pies, brownies, cookies, cheesecake and various other delicious desserts.
7/19/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Crazy Cupcakes: Flavors
Want to make cupcakes like the pros? This course teaches individuals how to create fun flavored cupcakes and delicious homemade frosting. Use your new skill to impress family and friends at home. Tuition covers adult and one child between the ages of 8-15.
7/21/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Gluten-Free Bread
Learn the secrets of making delicious gluten free bread from the experts.
7/25/2016
M
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Classic French Pastry
Enrich your knowledge about the basic techniques French Patisserie right from your own kitchen. From pate a choux to pate feuilletee, enjoy learning about making eclairs, cream puffs, pithivier, napoleon and much more.
7/26/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$55
 
Traditional Italian Cooking
Would you like to learn more about traditional Italian cooking? This hands-on course traditional, home-style Italian recipes. Enjoy the wonderfully intense flavors and freshness of traditional Italian dishes. Ranging from spaghetti and meatballs to fettuccine Alfredo.
7/28/2016
M
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Knife Skills
Do it like the chefs! Use your knife effectively for food preparation. You will learn knife types as well as their proper use. You will also be introduced to the use of a mandolin.
7/7/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Canning Basics
With soaring food prices and the increasing popularity of all things DIY, now is the perfect time to learn canning. This class will cover the basics of canning, including pickled beets, bread and butter pickles and strawberry jelly.
8/1/2016
M
6:00pm
9:00pm
$25
 
Crazy Cupcakes
Want to make cupcakes like the pros? This course teaches individuals how to create fun decorated cupcakes for different occasions. The course begins with the very basics of decorating. After completion you will be able to decorate fun cupcakes that will impress your family and friends. Tuition covers one adult and one child between the ages of 8-15. This class will be held off campus in Perry.
8/11/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Game Day Meals
Make your game day headquarters a hit with these great tips and delicious recipes. Sauces, Chili, Dips, score big with these great ideas the whole gang will love.
8/16/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Appealing Appetizers
Be the hit of any party that comes your way. Enjoy fun instruction and delicious samples.
8/17/2016
W
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Desserts Made Easy
Tired of eating those store bought goodies for the holidays and special occasions? Then learn how to create them at home. This course introduces students to a variety of basic techniques in the preparation of baked goods, including fruit pies, chilled pies, brownies, cookies, cheesecake and various other delicious desserts.
8/18/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Homestyle Cooking
Learn to make traditional homestyle meals the whole family will love. This hands-on course will provide you with tips and techniques to create delicious made-from-scratch meals.
8/2/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Party Punches
Punches can be the perfect beverage for any holiday or event. Learn step by step how to create the perfect punch for your next get-together.
8/23/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Slow Cooker Meals
Create the perfect dish with your slow cooker. Discover the versatility of your slow cooker today.
8/29/2016
M
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Sushi: Intermediate
Simple sushi can be made at home. This course teaches how to properly prepare rice and ingredients. Learn how to make spicy tuna rolls and dancing dragon rolls.
8/30/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Dinner for Two
Participants will be exploring Paella, a dish originating from Valencia, a community on the East Coast of Spain. Although some Spaniards disagree, to most of the world Paella is the national dish of Spain. With its deep cultural roots and rich flavors Paella is sure to be a hit at your next dinner party or event.
8/4/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Sushi for Beginners
Simple sushi can be made at home. This course teaches how to prepare rice and ingredients. Learn how to make Oklahoma rolls, California rolls and a third special roll.
8/8/2016
M
6:00pm
9:00pm
$30
 
Bread Making
Learn from the experts how to make bread and rolls from scratch. Each class will learn at least one roll recipe to take home and impress your next dinner party.
8/9/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$25
 

Information Technology 

QuickBooks 2015-Part 1
New to QuickBooks?
5/10/2016
TW
8:00am
12:00pm
$179
 
Microsoft Office 2013 Fundamentals for the Business User
If you are new to world of Microsoft Office, this class will get you started in developing the basic needed to use Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Whether you are looking for a new career or just need a way to better organize yourself at home, this class will help you get the foundation you need to reach your goals.
5/16/2016
MW
9:00am
12:00pm
$159
 
Microsoft Office Open Lab For The Home User
If you attended a Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint computer class on our campus since January 1, 2016 you may have additional questions. Then you are eligible to come to this ?free?, come-and-go session to talk with one of our knowledgeable instructors to get you moving forward with your technology. No cost but must have enrolled in MS Office class for Home Users since 1/1/16.
5/16/2016
M
1:00pm
4:00pm
$0
 
QuickBooks 2015-Part 2
Expand your skills to make the most of QuickBooks for your business/employer.
5/17/2016
TW
8:00am
12:00pm
$179
 
Files & Folders Organization in Windows 10 for Seniors
Do you struggle with saving and finding your photos, letters, etc. on your computer? Tryout easy techniques to organize your computer. Save, copy and move files, create folders, explore navigation methods and use the Recycle Bin to delete and restore information. Participants must be comfortable using the keyboard and mouse.
5/2/2016
M
9:00am
12:00pm
$29
 
Windows 10 for Seniors, Level 1
New to Windows 10?
5/24/2016
T
9:00am
12:00pm
$29
 
Windows 10 for Seniors, Level 2
Expand your Windows 10 skills by working with the File Explorer, discover methods to store and find your documents and pictures and explore some of the built-in applications such as Paint, Internet Explorer and others. Participants must be comfortable using the keyboard and mouse.
5/26/2016
Th
9:00am
12:00pm
$29
 
Lunch & Learn: Tech Tips for the Summer Traveler
Do you travel with your job or are you planning that summer vacation? Explore some of the top tips for making your trip more productive and staying connected while not breaking your wallet.
5/4/2016
W
11:30am
1:00pm
$15
 
Lunch & Learn: Is Office 365 Right for Your Business?
This information-packed lunch will help you assess whether Office 365 will fit your company?s needs. We will break down what Microsoft?s Office 365 solution consists of and what factors might or might not make it the right solution for you.
6/1/2016
W
11:30am
1:00pm
$15
 
Network PC Support 1, 2, 3, 4
This certificate is designed for those interested in a career in Network PC Support. It blends online content with hands-on in-class activities to prepare the students for a career. This training program prepares students to repair, service and troubleshoot personal computers and computer related equipment and to install and configure operating systems and application software. Students also learn to install, configure and support an organizations local area network. You will gain the technical skills required for CompTIA A+ and Network+ industry certifications. Testing vouchers are included in course tuition.
6/1/2016
T
6:00pm
9:00pm
$257
 
Technovation4Education 2016 Pre-Event Day
This event is packed with hands-on training designed for educators using technology to engage students, communicate with parents and complete tasks efficiently. Participants should have basic keyboarding and mouse skills. No cost if enrolled in the 3-day T4E event.
6/13/2016
M
9:00am
4:00pm
$0
 
Technovation4Education 2016
This event is packed with hands-on training designed for educators using technology to engage students, communicate with parents and complete tasks efficiently. Participants should have basic keyboarding and mouse skills.
6/14/2016
TWTh
9:00am
4:00pm
TBD
 
Office 365 Online for the Home User
Whether you are using the free online apps of Microsoft Office or the paid Office 365 version, using the online apps can be intimidating. This class will teach you how to use the features of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook online. Participants must be comfortable using the keyboard and mouse.
6/20/2016
MWF
9:00am
12:00pm
$119
 
Windows 10 for the Home User
Did you get a new computer that has Windows 10? Can't find you programs or information you need? This hands-on class has you working with the desktop tiles, moving and resizing windows, opening and closing applications and customizing the desktop appearance to make your Windows 10 computer more user friendly for you. Participants should have basic keyboarding and mouse skills.
6/20/2016
M
5:30pm
8:30pm
$29
 
Microsoft Office 2013 Fundamentals for the Home User
Discover the basics of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher. With hands-on activities, you will create basics documents, spreadsheets, presentation and more. Participants should have basic keyboarding and mouse skills.
6/21/2016
TTh
5:30pm
8:30pm
$159
 
Office 365 in the Workplace
Office 365 is more than using Word, Excel and PowerPoint in the cloud. You will explore the many non-traditional apps now available and determine which ones are the best fit for your business.
6/21/2016
T
9:00am
12:00pm
$49
 
Microsoft Office Open Lab for the Business User
If you attended a Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint computer class on our campus since January 1, 2016, you may have additional questions. Then you are eligible to come to this ?free,? come-and-go session to talk with one of our knowledgeable instructors to get you moving forward with your technology. No cost but must have enrolled in MS Office class for Business Users since 1/1/16.
6/27/2016
M
1:00pm
4:00pm
$0
 
Advanced Excel for Your Business
Are you ready to take full advantage of the features and tools in Microsoft Excel? Discover how using advanced formulas, pivot tables & charts, IF statements, Vlookups, macros and more can help you in your daily work. Lunch is included.
6/28/2016
T
9:00am
4:00pm
$99
 
The Breakfast Bunch: What is Office 365?
This breakfast discussion will help you identify if Office 365 is the right choice for you.
6/3/2016
F
9:00am
10:00am
$10
 
Windows 10 for Seniors, Level 1
New to Windows 10?
7/11/2016
M
9:00am
12:00pm
$29
 
Microsoft Office 2013 Project-Based Workshop for the Business User
In this hands-on workshop, you will discover how using the suite of Office 2013 applications will streamline how you complete your work. The skills you develop can be applied to a multitude of tasks in your business.
7/12/2016
TTh
9:00am
12:00pm
$189
 
Windows 10 for the Business User
Are you concerned about moving to Windows 10? This new interface has a lot of features and can keep you productive once you learn how to use it. You will work with the desktop tiles and customize the desktop to make your Windows 10 computer more user friendly for you. You will gain valuable insight into compatibility issues, troubleshooting and other considerations of moving to Windows 10.
7/12/2016
T
1:00pm
4:00pm
$49
 
Taking Great iPhone Photos for Seniors
Explore key techniques for making your photos fabulous from your iPhone. You will discover editing and enhancing techniques available and common apps to make collages and more. Participants must bring their own iPhone to class and also have an account setup through the Apple store in order to download apps to their iPhone.
7/13/2016
W
9:00am
12:00pm
$29
 
Windows 10 for Seniors, Level 2
Expand your Windows 10 skills by working with the File Explorer, discover methods to store and find your documents and pictures and explore some of the built-in applications such as Paint, Internet Explorer and others. Participants must be comfortable using the keyboard and mouse.
7/15/2016
F
9:00am
12:00pm
$29
 
Refresh My Memory for Seniors
This come-and-go session is dedicated to those who have taken a Seniors computer class since January 1, 2016, to remind you of steps you may have forgotten that you learned in class or answer additional questions. No formal instruction. First-come-first-serve basis. Participants must have attended a computer class for seniors on our campus since January 1, 2016. Participants can come and go during the 3-hour period.
7/18/2016
M
9:00am
12:00pm
$0
 
QuickBooks 2015-Part 1
New to QuickBooks? This class introduces you to QuickBooks and basic file-management tasks necessary for mastering the essentials, including
7/19/2016
TTh
8:00am
12:00pm
$179
 
Transferring Pictures from Your iPhone/iPad for Seniors
Do you struggle with getting your pictures from your iPhone/iPad to other devices? Explore how to connect your iPhone/iPad to the computer and transfer your pictures to the computer or a flash drive. Bring your own iPhone/iPad to class with pictures already taken on the iPhone/iPad. Participants must be comfortable using the keyboard and mouse.
7/20/2016
W
9:00am
12:00pm
$29
 
Microsoft Office 2013 Project-Based Workshop for the Home User
This hands-on workshop will help you discover how using a combination of Microsoft Office applications can help make tedious tasks into easy ones.
7/26/2016
TTh
5:30pm
8:30pm
$139
 
QuickBooks 2015-Part 2
Expand your skills to make the most of QuickBooks for your business/employer.
7/26/2016
TTh
8:00am
12:00pm
$179
 
Staying Safe on the Internet for Seniors
Discover how you can help avoid viruses to your computer, identify scams, and keep your confidential information private. Participants must be comfortable using a keyboard, mouse and accessing the Internet
7/27/2016
W
9:00am
12:00pm
$29
 
Lunch & Learn: Tips for Moving Your Business to Windows 10
If your business is considering moving to Windows 10, discover tips to make the transition easier, key factors to consider prior to moving and other helpful ideas to keep your business running smoothly.
7/6/2016
W
11:30am
1:00pm
$15
 
The Breakfast Bunch: Best Apps for Everyday Life
Have breakfast with us and discover a few apps for your smart phone and tablet that can make your personal life a little easier. Bring your own device to class.
7/8/2016
F
9:00am
10:00am
$10
 
Making an Online Cookbook for Seniors
Turn your fabulous recipes into your own personalized cookbook! Bring your digital recipes or bring the paper copy as a reference for entering online as well as any digital photos you want to include in your cookbook. You will create a TasteBook account, upload recipes and photos, select from a variety of templates, and begin creating your very own masterpiece! Participants must be comfortable using the keyboard, mouse and accessing the Internet.
8/10/2016
WTh
9:00am
12:00pm
$59
 
New Features of Microsoft Office 2016 for the Business User
Get up-to-speed quickly and easily with the Microsoft Office 2016. Develop skills in the newest features and changes available for your business.
8/23/2016
T
9:00am
12:00pm
$49
 
Making an Online Photo Album for Seniors
Creating your own online photo book and gifts is easy with Shutterfly. Bring your own digital photos and discover how to create a free Shutterfly account, upload your photos, select from a variety of templates, and create albums you can view online or purchase to share with family and friends. Participants must be comfortable using the keyboard, mouse and accessing the Internet.
8/3/2016
WTh
1:00pm
4:00pm
$59
 
Lunch & Learn: Top 10 Google Chrome Hacks for Business
Go a step further with your Google Chrome browser. Access information quickly and easily with Google applications and extensions. You will explore the many free options available to you, how to organize them and use them to simplify your online experience.
8/5/2016
F
11:30am
1:00pm
$15
 
The Breakfast Bunch: Groupons and Coupons-What's In It For Me?
Have breakfast with us and discover how to find great deals on the Internet, ways to determine what is legitimate and how to avoid annoying spam emails. This is a discussion-only class and will not have any hands-on activities.
8/5/2016
F
9:00am
10:00am
$10
 

Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security 

Security Guard I & II
This course provides the mandatory training required to take the unarmed security guard licensing test administered by the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET). Basic private security knowledge and procedures are taught. No certification is earned, but the certificate of completion will allow the participant to sit for the licensing test. Test is administered at Meridian Technology Center on Monday evenings as well as other approved locations statewide. Call for a testing appointment.
6/13/2016
MW
6:00pm
10:00pm
$149
 

Manufacturing 

ETC SafeLand USA
ETC SafeLand USA The course will include the fundamentals of the Energy Industry work safety including: Incident Reporting and Investigation, Accident Prevention, Hand Safety, Material Handling, Behavioral Safety, First-Aid/CPR, Confined Space, Lockout/Tagout, Substance Abuse, Hazard Communication, Electrical Safety, Intervention Work Authority, Fire Prevention, Working Surfaces, Pre-Job Planning, PPE, Workplace Violence, Working at Heights, Permit to Work, Driver Safety, Environmental, Excavation, Industrial Hygiene, Hazards and Emergency Evacuation.
5/13/2016
FRI 7:00am-6:00pm
7:00am
6:00pm
$90
 
Welding for Certification
This course is designed for those wishing to seek AWS, ASME or API certification for welding positions. Testing fees are not included in tuition. Approximate testing fee is $200. Students are not required to test at the conclusion of class. Pre-requisite: Completion of Beginning Industrial Welding or comparable.
5/17/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:30pm
$550
 
Welding Fundamentals
This course is the study of welding for beginners. The course will begin at whatever level of experience you have. Participants will learn how to set up the welding machine for different kinds of metals. You will learn different welding joints and all positions. Students are introduced to stick welding, flex core, shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding.
5/17/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:30pm
$350
 
Welding for Certification
This course is designed for those wishing to seek AWS, ASME or API certification for welding positions. Testing fees are not included in tuition. Approximate testing fee is $200. Students are not required to test at the conclusion of class. Pre-requisite: Completion of Beginning Industrial Welding or comparable.
5/24/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:30pm
$550
 
Welding Fundamentals
This course is the study of welding for beginners. The course will begin at whatever level of experience you have. Participants will learn how to set up the welding machine for different kinds of metals. You will learn different welding joints and all positions. Students are introduced to stick welding, flex core, shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding.
5/24/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:30pm
$350
 
CNC Operations
Computerized numeric control machinists are skilled workers who are able to make all types of parts using metal, plastic and a wide variety of other materials using both manual and computer-aided machines. You will learn how to set up and operate all of the basic CNC machine tools and the usage of all of the common precision measuring tools. You will also learn the properties of different metals to be machined as well as how to read engineering drawings.
5/3/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$360
 
CNC Programming
Computerized numeric control machinists are skilled workers who are able to make all types of parts using metal, plastic and a wide variety of other materials using both manual and computer-aided machines. You will learn how to set up and operate all of the basic CNC machine tools and the usage of all of the common precision measuring tools. You will also learn the properties of different metals to be machined as well as how to read engineering drawings. You will learn the use of CNC lathes and CNC milling machines.
5/3/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$360
 
Benchwork, Layout & Manual Machine
Learn the basics of benchwork, layout and manual machining processes. Become familiar with lathe and mill operations and selection of proper tooling. There is an emphasis on performing hands-on skills to produce products from blue prints to completion. Prerequisite - Machining Print Reading And Gauging
5/3/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$180
 
CNC Operations
Computerized numeric control machinists are skilled workers who are able to make all types of parts using metal, plastic and a wide variety of other materials using both manual and computer-aided machines. You will learn how to set up and operate all of the basic CNC machine tools and the usage of all of the common precision measuring tools. You will also learn the properties of different metals to be machined as well as how to read engineering drawings.
5/31/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$360
 
Machining Print Reading & Gauging
This course will introduce participants to the art and science of conveying three-dimensional information using only two dimensions. Participants will interpret information from blueprints using the alphabet lines, signs and symbols of the machining trade.
5/31/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$220
 
CNC Programming
Computerized numeric control machinists are skilled workers who are able to make all types of parts using metal, plastic and a wide variety of other materials using both manual and computer-aided machines. You will learn how to set up and operate all of the basic CNC machine tools and the usage of all of the common precision measuring tools. You will also learn the properties of different metals to be machined as well as how to read engineering drawings. You will learn the use of CNC lathes and CNC milling machines.
5/31/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$360
 
Benchwork, Layout & Manual Machine
Learn the basics of benchwork, layout and manual machining processes. Become familiar with lathe and mill operations and selection of proper tooling. There is an emphasis on performing hands-on skills to produce products from blue prints to completion. Prerequisite - Machining Print Reading And Gauging
5/31/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$180
 
Machining Print Reading & Gauging
This course will introduce participants to the art and science of conveying three-dimensional information using only two dimensions. Participants will interpret information from blueprints using the alphabet lines, signs and symbols of the machining trade.
6/21/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$220
 
CNC Operations
Computerized numeric control machinists are skilled workers who are able to make all types of parts using metal, plastic and a wide variety of other materials using both manual and computer-aided machines. You will learn how to set up and operate all of the basic CNC machine tools and the usage of all of the common precision measuring tools. You will also learn the properties of different metals to be machined as well as how to read engineering drawings.
6/21/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$360
 
CNC Programming
Computerized numeric control machinists are skilled workers who are able to make all types of parts using metal, plastic and a wide variety of other materials using both manual and computer-aided machines. You will learn how to set up and operate all of the basic CNC machine tools and the usage of all of the common precision measuring tools. You will also learn the properties of different metals to be machined as well as how to read engineering drawings. You will learn the use of CNC lathes and CNC milling machines.
6/21/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$360
 
Welding for Certification
This course is designed for those wishing to seek AWS, ASME or API certification for welding positions. Testing fees are not included in tuition. Approximate testing fee is $200. Students are not required to test at the conclusion of class. Pre-requisite: Completion of Beginning Industrial Welding or comparable.
6/21/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:30pm
$550
 
Welding Fundamentals
This course is the study of welding for beginners. The course will begin at whatever level of experience you have. Participants will learn how to set up the welding machine for different kinds of metals. You will learn different welding joints and all positions. Students are introduced to stick welding, flex core, shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding.
6/21/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:30pm
$350
 
Benchwork, Layout & Manual Machine
Learn the basics of benchwork, layout and manual machining processes. Become familiar with lathe and mill operations and selection of proper tooling. There is an emphasis on performing hands-on skills to produce products from blue prints to completion. Prerequisite - Machining Print Reading And Gauging
6/21/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$180
 
OSHA 10: General Industry
The course meets the requirements by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's 10-hour certification for general industry. Topics include Introduction to OSHA, walking and working surfaces, exit routes, emergency action plans, fire prevention plans, fire protection, PPE, hazard communications and various other occupational hazards possible in the workplace. Upon successful completion participants will receive an OSHA 10 General Industry Card.
6/21/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$120
 
Machining Print Reading & Gauging
This course will introduce participants to the art and science of conveying three-dimensional information using only two dimensions. Participants will interpret information from blueprints using the alphabet lines, signs and symbols of the machining trade.
8/16/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$220
 
CNC Programming
Computerized numeric control machinists are skilled workers who are able to make all types of parts using metal, plastic and a wide variety of other materials using both manual and computer-aided machines. You will learn how to set up and operate all of the basic CNC machine tools and the usage of all of the common precision measuring tools. You will also learn the properties of different metals to be machined as well as how to read engineering drawings. You will learn the use of CNC lathes and CNC milling machines.
8/16/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$360
 
CNC Operations
Computerized numeric control machinists are skilled workers who are able to make all types of parts using metal, plastic and a wide variety of other materials using both manual and computer-aided machines. You will learn how to set up and operate all of the basic CNC machine tools and the usage of all of the common precision measuring tools. You will also learn the properties of different metals to be machined as well as how to read engineering drawings.
8/16/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$360
 
Welding for Certification
This course is designed for those wishing to seek AWS, ASME or API certification for welding positions. Testing fees are not included in tuition. Approximate testing fee is $200. Students are not required to test at the conclusion of class. Pre-requisite: Completion of Beginning Industrial Welding or comparable.
8/16/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:30pm
$550
 
Welding Fundamentals
This course is the study of welding for beginners. The course will begin at whatever level of experience you have. Participants will learn how to set up the welding machine for different kinds of metals. You will learn different welding joints and all positions. Students are introduced to stick welding, flex core, shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding.
8/16/2016
TTh
6:00pm
9:30pm
$350
 
Benchwork, Layout & Manual Machine
Learn the basics of benchwork, layout and manual machining processes. Become familiar with lathe and mill operations and selection of proper tooling. There is an emphasis on performing hands-on skills to produce products from blue prints to completion. Prerequisite - Machining Print Reading And Gauging
8/16/2016
TTh
6:00pm
10:00pm
$180
 

Transportation, Distribution & Logistics 

Basics of Car Care
Become familiar with the basics of maintaining your vehicle. With this hands-on course you will learn how to properly care for your vehicle and address simple problems.
5/11/2016
W
6:30pm
9:30pm
$35
 
Defensive Driving

The defensive driving course is an excellent opportunity for drivers of all ages to learn about the best methods for defensive driving and accident prevention. The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety has certified Meridian Technology Center as a sponsoring agency for this six-hour training course. This Oklahoma state certified class will remove 2 points from an Oklahoma driver?s license and may provide a reduction of vehicle insurance premiums.

5/17 & 5/18
6/21 & 6/23
7/05 & 7/07
TW
TTh
TTh
6:00pm
6:00pm
6:00pm
9:00pm
9:00pm
9:00pm
$50
$50
$50
 
Forklift Certification
This course is for the individual seeking compliance with OSHA 1910.178 industrial truck safe operation regulations. Course consists of classroom activities and hands-on demonstration of forklift operation skills. Topics include types of forklifts, pre/post operation inspections, safe operation procedures and more. Certificate of training issued upon successful completion of the course.
5/17/2016
TW
6:00pm
10:00pm
$59
 
Small Engine Repair
Learn the basics of small engines from tune-ups to overhauls including operating principles of fuel and ignition systems, mechanical construction, inspection and assembly. Personal projects, with instructor approval, can be brought during the last five weeks of class.
5/23/2016
MW
6:00pm
9:00pm
$250
 
School Bus Driver Training

The design of this course is to assist individuals in obtaining an Oklahoma school bus driver?s endorsement. The course will cover rules and law and safety standards, in conjunction with regulations for commercial vehicles with emphasis on passenger endorsement. At completion of the course, participants will be eligible to test for their Oklahoma Class B CDL license with the P & S endorsements. Prerequisite - Student must obtain permit 14 days prior to class. CALL TO ENROLL

6/13/2016
M-Th
F
5:00pm
8:00am
10:00pm
4:00pm
$399
 
Forklift Certification
This course is for the individual seeking compliance with OSHA 1910.178 industrial truck safe operation regulations. Course consists of classroom activities and hands-on demonstration of forklift operation skills. Topics include types of forklifts, pre/post operation inspections, safe operation procedures and more. Certificate of training issued upon successful completion of the course.
6/8/2016
W
6:00pm
10:00pm
$59
 
School Bus Driver Training

The design of this course is to assist individuals in obtaining an Oklahoma school bus driver?s endorsement. The course will cover rules and law and safety standards, in conjunction with regulations for commercial vehicles with emphasis on passenger endorsement. At completion of the course, participants will be eligible to test for their Oklahoma Class B CDL license with the P & S endorsements. Prerequisite - Student must obtain permit 14 days prior to class. CALL TO ENROLL

7/18/2016
M-Th
F
5:00pm
8:00am
10:00pm
4:00pm
$399
 
Basics of Car Care
Become familiar with the basics of maintaining your vehicle. With this hands-on course you will learn how to properly care for your vehicle and address simple problems.
8/25/2016
Th
6:00pm
9:00pm
$35
 
Forklift Certification
This course is for the individual seeking compliance with OSHA 1910.178 industrial truck safe operation regulations. Course consists of classroom activities and hands-on demonstration of forklift operation skills. Topics include types of forklifts, pre/post operation inspections, safe operation procedures and more. Certificate of training issued upon successful completion of the course.
8/3/2016
W
6:00pm
10:00pm
$59
 
School Bus Driver Training

The design of this course is to assist individuals in obtaining an Oklahoma school bus driver?s endorsement. The course will cover rules and law and safety standards, in conjunction with regulations for commercial vehicles with emphasis on passenger endorsement. At completion of the course, participants will be eligible to test for their Oklahoma Class B CDL license with the P & S endorsements. Prerequisite - Student must obtain permit 14 days prior to class. CALL TO ENROLL

8/8/2016
M-Th
F
5:00pm
8:00am
10:00pm
4:00pm
$399