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  • Career & Technical Education - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Room 111B Mica Belgarde DOL TREND Career Navigator Phone 701 477 7941 Ext 2911 e mail mbelgarde tm edu Office Room 111C Marilyn Delorme Phleb Prog Dir Instructor Phone 701 477 7862 Ext 2904 e mail mdelorme tm edu Office Allied Health Carl Eller Welding Instructor Phone 701 477 7832 Ext 4303 e mail cellar tm edu Office South Campus Katrina Delorme DOL TREND Director Phone 701 477 7968 Ext 1105 e mail kdelorme tm edu Office Room 111D Barbara Houle Business Instructor Phone 701 477 7859 Ext 1114 e mail bhoule tm edu Office 111E Brenda Slater Academic Success Coordinator Phone 701 477 7878 Ext 1117 e mail bslater tm edu Office 111H Jim Mitchell Pharmacy Instructor Phone 701 477 7890 Ext 2907 e mail jmitchell tm edu Office Allied Health Ron Parisien Building Const Tech Inst Phone 701 477 7936 Ext 2301 e mail rparisien tm edu Office CTE Building Michael Poitra Tribal State Grant Career Navigator Data Collector Phone 701 477 7862 Ext 1113 e mail mpoitra2 tm edu Office 111G Wayne Sande Residential Elec Instr Phone 701 477 7973 Ext 2303 e mail wsande tm edu Office CTE Building Wayne Olson Med Lab Tech Inst Phone 701 477 7867 Ext 2905 e mail wolson tm edu Office Allied Health Curtis Poitra Welding Instructor Phone 701 477 7862 Ext 4303 e mail cpoitra tm edu Office South Campus Jayme Davis Tribal Grant Director Phone 701 477 7895 Ext 2900 e mail jayme davis tm edu Office 111F Jeff Azure Oil Field Operations Inst Phone 701 477 7862 Ext 1159 e mail jaazure tm edu Office Room 112 Tyler Parisien Med Lab Tech Inst Phone 701 477 7867 Ext 2905 e mail tparisien tm edu Office Allied Health Craig Johnson CVO Instructor Phone 701 477 7862 Ext 2913 e mail cejohnson tm edu Office Room 203 Albert Parisien Sr Heavy Equipment Operator Instructor Phone 701 477 7862 Ext e mail aparisiensr tm edu Office Brian Birkland Machine Tool Technology Inst Phone 701 477 7862 Ext 1159 e mail bbirkland tm edu Office Room 202 Turtle Mountain Community College s Career and Technical Education Department was established in 1976 as a culturally based local program to address the career training needs of the tribal membership Turtle Mountain Community College s Career and Technical Education program is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and is certified by the North Dakota State Board for Career and Technical Education The program offers culturally based educational opportunities that include single skill competency based programs nine month certificates and two year associate of applied science degrees Specific purposes and objectives of the Career and Technical Education Department are To give a solid foundation of technical courses which provide the student with marketable employment skills To provide general education courses that give balance to the student s education To enhance expand skills to attain promotions To develop positive attitudes and practical applications in human relations

    Original URL path: http://www.tm.edu/academics/career_technical_education/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Certificate - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Calendar Academic Standing Advisor List Calendar Career Placement Assistance Catalogs Change Program of Study Financial Aid Graduation Requirements Jenzabar Register for Classes Student Handbook Student Support Services Technical Help Transcript Request Transfer Students Tuition and Fees Zhaabwii Learning Center Future Students Admission Requirements Apply Online Calendar Catalogs 2015 2016 Spring Schedule Forms Financial Aid Frequently Asked Questions Majors and Programs Register for Classes Schedule a Visit Student Handbook Technical Help Tuition and Fees Transfer Students Departments Administration Admissions Forms Admission Requirements Adult Continuing Education Cooperative Education Customized Training GED Alumni Association Update Your Contact Information Anishinabe Learning Cultural and Wellness Center Activities Gardening History Plans Development Arrowhead Printing Bookstore Building Grounds Campus Security Disclosures Faculty Staff Credentials Directory Farm Form Appendix A Syllabi Format Financial Aid Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions FAFSA Forms Gainful Employment Resources Scholarships Tuition and Fees Fiscal Office Online Credit Card Payment Foundation Why Give How To Give Newsletter Human Resources Jobs Plumbing Technology Instructor Assistant Cook Federal College Work Study Heavy Equipment Operator Commercial Vehicle Operator Instructor GED Instructors Math Instructor Developer Mathematics Learning Assistant Nursing Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Certificate Home Academics Career Technical Education Certificate A certificate is awarded to qualified students who successfully complete an approved program of study of one year or less Accounting Technician Building Construction Technician Commercial Driver License Computer Support Specialist Phlebotomy Technician Process Power Plant Electrical Technician Welding Technician Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate Cultural Assessment Program Degree Assessment Assessment Coordinator Reports Department Reports Academic Year 2014 2015 Spring 2015 Course Assessment Student Learning Committee SLC SLC Minutes Resources Accreditation Criteria and Core Components Self Study Process Resources Alphabetical Index Chapter Index Chapter 1 Introduction General Information Chapter 2 Concerns from Prior Visits Chapter 3 Criterion One Mission Chapter 4 Criterion Two Integrity Chapter 5 Criterion Three T L Quality Resources and Support Chapter 6 Criterion Four Evaluation and Improvement Chapter 7 Criterion Five Resource Planning and Institutional Effectiveness Meeting Minutes Promising Practices Resources Campuses South Campus TMCC Anishinabe Campus History Leadership Board of Directors 2009 Agendas and Minutes 2010 Agendas and Minutes 2011 Agendas and Minutes 2012 Agendas and Minutes 2013 Agendas and Minutes 2014 Agendas and Minutes 2015 Agendas and Minutes Administrative Council Board of Trustees Logo Mission Goals and Philosophy Academics Associate of Arts Art Business Administration Criminal Justice English History Humanities Language Music Native Studies Political Science Psychology Social Science Social Work Associate of Science Biology Chemistry Environmental Public Health Mathematics Pre Dentistry Pre Engineering Pre Environmental Science Pre Geography Pre

    Original URL path: http://www.tm.edu/academics/career_technical_education/nine_month_certificate/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Accounting Technician - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Gainful Employment Resources Scholarships Tuition and Fees Fiscal Office Online Credit Card Payment Foundation Why Give How To Give Newsletter Human Resources Jobs Plumbing Technology Instructor Assistant Cook Federal College Work Study Heavy Equipment Operator Commercial Vehicle Operator Instructor GED Instructors Math Instructor Developer Mathematics Learning Assistant Nursing Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Accounting Technician Home Academics Career Technical Education Accounting Technician Accounting Technician Overview Program Outcomes General Education Skills and Knowledge Career Opportunities Admission Areas of Study Courses This certificate program is designed to prepare students to enter the workforce in the field of accounting Courses from the Accounting Technician Certificate will transfer to the Business Technology Management Associates of Applied Science Degree at TMCC Page under constructions please keep checking back for updates Page under constructions please keep checking back for updates With an Accounting Technician Certificate from TMCC you can seek employment doing entry level bookkeeping More experience can lead to jobs like accounts receivable or accounts payable clerk payroll clerk or bookkeeper The Accounting Technician Certificate is also designed for someone who may already hold a degree or who is looking to build their educational background and gain additional skills in the focused area A trained accounting technician must be detailed oriented must be trustworthy able to handle confidential records and banking deposits They need excellent communication math skills technology skills and should enjoy working with numbers and people They must also have excellent time management critical thinking and customer service skills There are no special requirements for admission into these programs Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information Page under constructions please keep checking back for updates Course Descriptions 146 KB PDF ACCT 102 Fundamentals of Accounting 3 ACCT 200 Elements of Accounting I 3 ACCT 201 Elements of Accounting II 3 ACCT 212 Payroll Accounting 3 ACCT 218 Computer Applications in Business 3 BOTE 107 Customer Service Strategies 3 BOTE 108 Business Math 3 BOTE 127 Information Processing 3 BOTE 176 Job Readiness 1 ENGL 105 Technical Writing 3 PSYC 100 Human Relations in Organizations or PSYC 111 Intro to Psychology 2 BOTE 161 Internship 2 Total Required Credits 32 Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate Cultural Assessment Program Degree Assessment Assessment Coordinator Reports Department Reports Academic Year 2014 2015 Spring 2015 Course Assessment Student Learning Committee SLC SLC Minutes Resources Accreditation Criteria and Core Components Self Study Process Resources Alphabetical Index Chapter Index Chapter 1 Introduction General Information Chapter 2 Concerns from Prior Visits Chapter 3

    Original URL path: http://www.tm.edu/academics/career_technical_education/accounting_technician/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Building Construction Technology - Turtle Mountain Community College
    TMCC Building Construction Technology Program s goal is to provide training to prepare students with knowledge and skills needed in the building construction industry Students will enhance their technical skills through task oriented specific skills in carpentry Students will practice their skills by building a residential home as a class project Students will enhance their problem solving skills decision making skills and leadership skills with business courses in science communications management computer technology courses and general education courses Students will learn service learning skills and leadership skills through student organization involvement classroom discussions and demonstrations The Building Construction Technology Entrepreneur Emphasis provides students with the skills and knowledge to own or manage a business Demonstrate knowledge of and skills needed in the construction industry mainly residential home building Communicate effectively speak read and write the language used on the job Use technology effectively Demonstrate human relationship skills Demonstrate personal leadership skills Demonstrate effective problem solving skills to make good effective decisions Demonstrate professional behavior on the job Demonstrate organizational skills needed in the workplace Demonstrate leadership qualities on the job and in the community Integrating Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa culture into the curriculum Use Contren Learning Series curriculum in carpentry and management Enroll students in NCCER National Registry in modules completed Students will be involved in Building Construction Technology Student Organization Students will be involved in Leadership and Community Service projects involving issues in the community Students will learn Work Base experience through an SOE course Typical positions available to graduates of this program are Residential and Commercial Framing Carpenters Interior Finish Carpenters Construction Laborers Material Handlers Construction Estimators Lumber Sales Representatives Concrete Form Setters Metal Building and Pole Frame Builders Project Managers Contractors Business Owners Maintenance Workers Facility Management Workers There are no special requirements for admission into these programs Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information BCT Associate of Applied Science A A S TMCC Building Construction Technology Program s goal is to provide training to prepare students with knowledge and skills needed in the building construction industry Students will enhance their technical skills through task oriented specific skills in carpentry Students will practice their skills by building a residential home as a class project Students will enhance their problem solving skills decision making skills and leadership skills with business courses in science communications management computer technology courses and general education courses Students will learn service learning skills and leadership skills through student organization involvement classroom discussions and demonstrations The Building Construction Technology Entrepreneur Emphasis provides students with the skills and knowledge to own or manage a business Suggested Sequence Course Descriptions 151 KB PDF BCT 104 Construction Blueprint Reading 2 BCT 105 Core Curriculum 2 BCT 110 Construction Math 3 BCT 115 Site Layout Concrete Form Construction 2 BCT 120 Framing Principles Methods 3 BCT 125 Framing Shop I 6 BCT 130 Exterior Finish Theory Shop 3 BCT 135 Framing Shop II 4 BCT 144 Construction Estimating I 3 BCT

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  • Commercial Vehicle Operations - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Commercial Vehicle Operations Home Academics Career Technical Education Commercial Vehicle Operations Commercial Vehicle Operations Overview Program Outcomes General Education Skills and Knowledge Career Opportunities Admissions Areas of Study Courses TMCC s CVO Curriculum will provide students with competencies and skill to assist in obtaining a North Dakota Class A Commercial Driver s License CDL This Program provides education and hands on training including traffic laws safety regulations log books driver vehicle inspection reports and other aspects of general education These graduates will gain a working knowledge of a tractor and trailer through a combination of classroom simulation and behind the wheel driver training Turtle Mountain College Commercial Driver program provides core knowledge education that trains for success We have established these goals to assist in our student s success For students to become professional drivers programs will provide both knowledge content and practice experience by including an effective balance of classroom lab simulation range and street highway lessons Programs will be constantly evaluated and revised so that they provide career oriented realistic and up to date material and activities This involves individual focus on prospective careers in which each student will most likely begin employment with Programs will be provided by quality instructors who have extensive knowledge in transportation They are professionals who are aware of their responsibility to provide the best education possible to each student The program and equipment will be maintained to meet high standards so that the programs are presented in a sound safe learning environment All personnel must be alert to any unsafe conditions and responsible for the safety of all individuals using the facilities and the equipment All personnel within Commercial Driver program are committed to the philosophy programs and their objectives and most importantly the students at Turtle Mountain College Upon graduation we will strive to provide each student with the opportunity for a career determined to best fit their needs which will increase the probability for success Page under construction please check back for updates Page under construction please check back for updates There are no special requirements for admission into these programs Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information Page under construction please check back for updates Course Descriptions 195 KB PDF CDL 101 CDL Permit 2 CDL 105 Novice CDL Training w lab 5 CDL 110 Transportation Management Math and Language 2 CDL 175 Introduction to Transportation Safety and Drivers Skills Evaluation 1 CDL 177 Job Readiness 1 CDL 181 Introduction to Commercial Vehicle Maneuvers w Lab 2 CDL 190 Skid Loader Certification 1 SAFT 106 OSHA 10 Hour General Industry 1 SAFT 108 H2S Gas 1

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  • Computer Support Specialist - Turtle Mountain Community College
    a LAN or WAN Administer computer networking hardware and software Develop and maintain web sites using web design principles Create graphics and multimedia for the web Create and manage databases In conjunction with core knowledge skills and abilities Computer Support Specialist students will attain the following knowledge and skills Strong problem solving analytical critical thinking and detail oriented skills Outstanding customer service skills An ability to actively listen Excellent verbal communication skills Excellent written communication skills Strong reading comprehension skills Knowledge of arithmetic and algebra and their applications Independent worker and team player Typical positions available to graduates of this program are Help Desk Support Technician PC Support Technician Web Support Security Specialist Web Developer Network Administrator Prepares for Industry Certification in A CIW Foundations i Net Network Security CWNA MCSA CCNA Typical Tasks May Include Providing customer service support and technical assistance using the latest technology Providing hands on technical assistance such as computer repair and software installation Providing system security using the latest software and hardware TMCC offers three 3 areas of concentration leading to an Associate of Applied Science degree Network Systems Network and Data Communication and Web Developer There are no special requirements for admission into these programs Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information NETWORK SYSTEMS The Associate in Applied Science in Computer Support Specialist with an emphasis in Network Systems provides students with background knowledge and skills required for learning the specific tasks and industry recognized standards associated with computer networks administration The student will develop skills and knowledge required to perform local area network administration and management This program also prepares students to complete the required certification tests for Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator MCSA NETWORK DATA COMMUNICATION The Associate in Applied Science in Computer Support Specialist with an emphasis in Network and Data Communications provides students with background knowledge and skills required for learning the specific tasks and industry recognized standards associated with Network and Data Communication The technical curriculum trains students to install configure and operate LAN WAN dial access services for networks including but not limited to use of these protocols IP IGRP IPX Serial AppleTalk Frame Relay IP RIP VLANs RIP Ethernet and Access Lists This program also prepares students to complete the required certification tests for Cisco Certified Network Associate CCNA WEB DEVELOPER The Associate in Applied Science in Computer Support Specialist with an emphasis in Web Developer provides students with background knowledge and skills required for learning the specific tasks and industry recognized standards associated with web development The technical curriculum trains students for various positions in the field of web development including web design web multimedia design and web site maintenance Course Descriptions 228 KB PDF Students must select 47 credits from the following list of courses to earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree Students can select 25 computer support core credits and 9 general education credits to earn a 9 month Certificate CIS 104 Microcomputer Database 3 CIS 128

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  • Entrepreneur - Turtle Mountain Community College
    organizing and managing a small business Current business owners and employees may find particular courses helpful in strengthening skills to assist in the effectiveness of the business Completion of an Entrepreneurship option leads to an Associates of Applied Science degree in Small Business Management The Small Business Management Entrepreneurship program is designed for persons preparing for careers as small business owners as an employee in a small business or to specialize in a particular business of their choosing To analyze the variety of entrepreneurial opportunities available in the United States To provide the concepts and current practices of managing any small business To provide students the knowledge and appropriate tools to effectively manage and evaluate the financial plan and performances of any small business Develop the concepts for a business plan for a new business venture Demonstrate a working knowledge of small business marketing sales and advertising Gain the motivation and skills to continue to learn throughout life Page under construction please check back for update Small business owner start up Employment in existing businesses There are no special requirements for admission into these programs Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information Entrepreneurship Certificate A certificate program represents completion of a one year curriculum in a prescribed career technical program The Entrepreneurship Certificate program applies entrepreneurial principles to establishing organizing and managing a small business Current business owners and employees may find particular courses helpful in strengthening skills to assist in the effectiveness of the business Completion of an Entrepreneurship option leads to an Associates of Applied Science degree in Small Business Management Small Business Mmgt Entrepreneurship Associate of Applied Science A A S Associate of Applied Science Degrees combine career technical courses with general education courses not intended to transfer to bachelor degree programs although certain courses may be accepted at some institutions The Small Business Management Entrepreneurship program is designed for persons preparing for careers as small business owners as an employee in a small business or to specialize in a particular business of their choosing Courses are designed to provide a broad range of general business knowledge and specific specialized skills Course Descriptions 89 KB PDF First Year Entrepreneurship Certificate General Education 6 credits Program Core Requirements 44 credits Total Certificate Credits 50 Students must complete 28 credit hours from the following list of courses to obtain a certificate ACCT 105 Principles of Bookkeeping 3 ACCT 110 Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks 1 ACCT 215 Legal Environment of Business 3 BADM 103 Leadership Techniques I 2 BADM 152 Fundamentals of Business 3 BADM 200 Grant Writing 2 BADM 201 Principles of Marketing 3 BADM 202 Principles of Management 3 BADM 210 Advertising 3 BADM 240 Sales and Customer Service 3 BOTE 127 Information Processing 3 BOTE 162 Supervised Occupational Experience 3 BOTE 211 Business Communications 3 BOTE 224 E Business 3 ENTR 233 Entrepreneurship Small Business Management 3 ENTR 234 Entrepreneurship II 3 Sophomore Year Small Business Management Associates of Applied Science

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  • Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Home Academics Career Technical Education Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Overview Program Outcomes General Education Skills and Knowledge Career Opportunities Admission Areas of Study Courses New technology the demand for service in this field and ever changing indoor air quality standards have created a major demand for knowledgeable trained individuals The future looks bright for those with training in the related fields of heating ventilation and air conditioning Turtle Mountain Community College TMCC HVAC program prepares students for entry level employment in this service industry Students learn to use logical step by step diagnostic procedures in installation and repair They also master the use and care of basic tools and equipment They learn to operate by Environmental Protection Agency EPA standards and safety standards set by Occupational Safety Health Administration OSHA regulations Page under construction please check back for updates A class of 12 students selected will be considered for the HVAC cohort The cohort class will be selected every two years The student cohort group consists of students seeking a two year Associate of Applied Science degree AAS The program is two 2 years in length Enrollment in summer school is optional for obtaining the general education requirements View the application process and limited enrollment program information under Admission to Turtle Mountain Community College in the TMCC Catalog Background in these areas beneficial Basic math and geometry Basic knowledge of drafting blueprint reading Page under construction please check back for updates There are no special requirements for admission into these programs Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information Page under construction please check back for updates Suggested Sequence Course Descriptions 197 KB PDF HVAC Associate of Applied Science Degree AAS 66 Credits General Education Requirements MATH 111 Algebra I or Higher 3 credits ENGL 110 Comp I 3 credits COMM 110 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3 credits CSCI 101 Introduction to Computers 3 credits ARTS HUMM Elective 3 credit HPER Wellness Elective 1 credit Total Credits 16 Required HVAC 101 Introduction to Heating Ventilation Air 3 HVAC 103 Air Conditioning Theory Components 4 HVAC 104 Heating Theory Components 4 HVAC 107 Indoor Air Quality Solutions 4 HVAC 108 Residential Oil Burners 3 HVAC 109 Residential Gas Burners 3 HVAC 110 HVAC R Electricity Controls I 2 HVAC 111 HVAC Troubleshooting Maintenance 4 HVAC 112 HVAC R Electricity Controls II 2 HVAC 114 Heating Systems Service Troubleshooting 5 HVAC 213 Air Conditioning Systems Service Troubleshooting 5 SMTL 115 Introduction to Sheet Metal 3 SMTL 116 Sheet Metal Layout Fabrication Installation I 3 SMTL 117 Sheet Metal Layout Fabrication Installation II

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