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UINTAH BASIN APPLIED TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE SUMMER 2016 REGISTRATION INFORMATION TUITION AND FEE SCHEDULE PROGRAM FEES Registration $40.00 Re-enrollment $20.00 Basic Assessment NO COST PART TIME 4 HOURS/DAY - $2.00 HR Business (Vernal), Basic Skills, Welding, Carpentry, NA, Culinary Arts April 21 days $ May 21 days $ June 21 days $ July 19 days $ August 22 days $ ROOSEVELT 1100 East Lagoon Street Roosevelt, UT YOUR CAREER STARTS HERE VERNAL 450 North 2000 West Vernal, UT Enroll M F from 7:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m. at the Roosevelt or Vernal Campus. Register at least one week before class begins. Seating is limited! Get the training you want in a way that fits your lifestyle. FULL TIME 6 HOURS/DAY - $2.00 HR Business (Vernal), Basic Skills, Welding, Carpentry, NA, Culinary Arts April 21 days $ May 21 days $ June 21 days $ July 19 days $ August 22 days $ SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE TO RESIDENTS - see inside for details See for more information Win FREE training hours!! UBATC has ways for you to win FREE training hours! Check out the back of this bulletin to learn how! Single Classes: (Day and Evening Classes): Tuition is due for the entire class at time of enrollment. Payment or sponsorship voucher for tuition must be received in advance. If competencies are not completed in the approved hours, students will need to pay for an additional class block in order to continue. REGISTRATION AND TUITION Class times vary. See the individual class/program for specific details. Tuition costs vary for open-entry classes. The costs for individual scheduled courses are listed in this bulletin. Books and supplies are in addition to tuition costs. See the registrar for details. UBATC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Vice President of Student Services, 1100 East Lagoon Street, Roosevelt, Utah 84066, FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE & SCHOLARSHIPS Visit under FUTURE STUDENTS and FINANCIAL AID to view eligible programs and for more information. DUCHESNE COUNTY RESIDENT SCHOLARSHIP Tuition and fees. UINTAH COUNTY RESIDENT SCHOLARSHIP Tuition and fees as applicable. BOB & AREVA HUISH SCHOLARSHIP One-year tuition, fees, and books. HELEN HUISH SCHOLARSHIP Scholarships are awarded to eligible students who plan on enrolling in the Practical Nurse or Pharmacy Technician program. PRESIDENT SCHOLARSHIP Tuition and fees as applicable. Scholarships are reviewed on an on-going basis. After application is complete, please allow 3 weeks for processing. FEDERAL PELL GRANT The maximum pell grant award is $5,775. STATE GRANT Maximum state grant award is $300. *Funds can be used for tuition, books, transportation, personal expenses and off-campus housing. VA EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS STUDENT LOAN DEFERMENTS PRIVATE STUDENT LOANS Private student loans come from banks who OFFER PERSONAL STUDENT LOANS. It s money that may help a student pay for higher education expenses such as: tuition and fees, books, supplies and tools, room and board, transportation and personal expenses. UBATC does not have a preferred lender list. Contact UBATC to schedule an appointment for Financial Aid information & Admissions: CULINARY ARTS JIM LAMUTH AT ROOSEVELT: T, TH 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. VERNAL: M, W, F 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Filling out an application does not guarantee scholarship funds. VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION Provides services to assist eligible individuals in obtaining employment through: Training Personal advisement Job placement assistance Eligibility depends on the presence of a physical or mental impairment which constitutes an impediment to employment. This includes a wide range of disabling conditions. Call Roosevelt at or Vernal at to arrange for an orientation. WORKFORCE SERVICES Works with individuals to obtain employment through individual career counseling activities, which may include: Additional skill enhancement Job placement Training services Support services Call Roosevelt at or Vernal at for an appointment. You can also apply online at Culinary Arts will be available through the Summer. High school students can also register if they have taken Foods 1 through their high school. High school students pay $25 fee, adults $135. ADULT CULINARY ARTS PROGRAM R M-F 8/24 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Open-Entry 990-hour Learn a variety of skills during this evening workshop! Sanitation, Tasting Profiles, Knife Skills, Chicken Butchery, and Cooking Methods. COOKING EVENING WORKSHOP R Th 4/28 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 10 spots available $70.50 Learn how to frost and decorate a double layered cake with buttercream frosting. You will learn how to use a piping bag to do a border, make roses and leaves and write on the cake. When you are done you will take your cake home as well as the tools needed to decorate cakes at home. CAKE DECORATING - EVENING WORKSHOP R Th 4/21 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 10 spots available $100 - includes tools CULINARY ARTS CAFE Will be closed during Summer and will open again this Fall. BUSINESS PROGRAMS ROOSEVELT UBATC CAMPUS JUNE 13 - AUGUST 19 (M-F) Customer Service 9:15 a.m. - 10:32 a.m. $170 Records Management 10:32 a.m. - 11:49 a.m. $170 Microsoft Excel 11:49 a.m. - 1:06 p.m. $170 Microsoft Word 1:36 p.m. - 2:53 p.m. $170 OFFICE PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE (900 HOURS) Stackable degree can transfer 30 credits to USU *Required Pick 3 other clusters as electives *Communication & Customer Service Business Communication I Business Communication II Customer Service *Office Skills MS Word MS Excel Records Management Graphic Design Illustrator InDesign Photoshop Social Media Marketing Web Site Creation Social Media and Analytics Video Accounting Accounting I Accounting II QuickBooks Account Management Tax Preparation Credit Collection Payroll Apps/Cloud Computing Mobile Devices Cloud Computing Google Tools/Apps FREE COMMUNITY EVENTS Annual Cabinetry and Trades Fair May 19, 20 Roosevelt UBATC Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Culinary Arts will be open for breakfast and lunch 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. for both days of the Fair 3rd Annual Truck Show June 18 Vernal UBATC 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Truck Displays, Demonstrations, Free Hot Dogs UBIC Free Breakfast August 5 Roosevelt UBATC 7:00-9:30 a.m. VERNAL UBATC CAMPUS BUSINESS OPEN-ENTRY COURSES AVAILABLE Accounting - Beginning through Advanced QuickBooks 10-Key Business Communication Computer Technology Microsoft Access - Beginning & Advanced ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN (720 hours) Microsoft Publisher Microsoft PowerPoint Keyboarding Records Management Microsoft Excel - Beginning & Advanced Word Processing Microsoft Word OFFICE PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE COMING TO VERNAL CAMPUS THIS FALL! CERTIFICATES OFFERED BUSINESS BASICS (450 hours) ACCOUNTING BASICS (480 hours) BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT (720 hours) BUSINESS DAY LAB M-F 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. BUSINESS NIGHT LAB M,W 3:00-8:00 p.m. FREE 1-HOUR WORKSHOPS! ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT WEEK APRIL 25 - APRIL 28! Workshops will be held 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. Roosevelt Vernal Customizing Microsoft Office - M Pivot Tables - T One Note - W Dealing with Angry Customers - Th Creating Charts in Excel - T Using Word Mail Merge - Th For specific course requirements or for more information, contact a UBATC Business Instructor: Elaine Muir Diane Franklin ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & CUSTOM FIT PROGRAMS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND CUSTOM FIT PROGRAMS Custom Fit funding may be available to assist with qualifying training costs. What Can CUSTOM FIT Do For Your Business? WHAT IS CUSTOM FIT? Custom Fit funding is made available through the Utah Legislature for economic and workforce development through training partnerships between Utah companies and the Utah College of Applied Technology. practices and changes in HR law. Cost: $900, plus text. Custom Fit funding may be available. Fall course starts August 30th November 8th. Call for details. ELECTRICIANS CONTINUING ED TIME TO RELICENSE! NEC Update, UBATC Vernal campus September Take the full 16 hour seminar, or 8 hours of Core CE credits. UBATC is a DOPL-approved provider. Relicensure deadline is November 30, This class also provides 6 hours of Core CUSTOM FIT works with Utah businesses CE credits for contractors good towards of every size providing 40% funding license renewal in November hour assistance for approved trainings, technical NEC Update course fee $250, or $150 with training, safety certifications, leadership and Custom Fit. *Partial funding of this training management skills development, and more. program has been provided by the Division of Occupational & Professional Licensing APPLYING FOR CUSTOM FIT IS from the 1%Surcharge funds on all building SIMPLE permits. The company provides basic contact information, a brief description of company, the training your employees will need and PLUMBERS CONTINUING ED the costs. The company signs a one-page RE-LICENSURE DEADLINE! agreement stating they agree to pay their Plumbers need to have 12 hours of continu60% share of training costs. ing education by November 30th! Get your required continuing education for relicensure at UBATC s Roosevelt campus, FOR MORE INFORMATION ON on Friday, September 16. Take all 12 hours HOW CUSTOM FIT CAN WORK or just the hours you need. Cost $100, WITH YOUR BUSINESS CONTACT or $60 with Custom Fit! Register now, call LEZLEE WHITING HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE Boost your employability with this HR evening course taught in both Vernal and Roosevelt via interactive EDNET system taught by Frances Hume. Prepare for PHR or SPHR exams, obtain general recertification CEU s, updates on HRM best BEGINNING SPANISH RETURNS THIS FALL! Get your name on the waiting list for this popular evening course that will help you communicate at work and in the community with your Spanish speaking co-workers, employees, clients, patients and friends! 10-week class runs Monday nights, Vernal STATE VEHICLE SAFETY INSPECTION Call to get on waiting list Passenger/Lt. Truck/Motorcycle 5:30 9:30 p.m. 16 hrs $97 Tuition & Fees $12.50 Book Call to get on waiting list Tractor/Trailer/Bus 5:30 9:30 p.m. 16 hrs $97 Tuition & Fees $12.50 Book For complete details on classes or recertification call Lezlee at campus, taught by Judith Baquero, a native Spanish speaker. Cost: $175. Starting date to be announced. Call for details, BASIC WEB DESIGN Learn how to build a Website from scratch or enhance an existing Website. This 20-hour night class will give you the skills you need to know to promote your business or product on line. Next Basic Web Design class will begin in September. Cost: $175. Call to get your name on the class list, Remember! Custom Fit funding available for businesses or any size. GET THE MOST OUT OF EXCEL OFFERING BEGINNING, INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED EXCEL. Excel workshops are offered as requests warrant; sign up several people, or just one, it s all good! Custom Fit funding available. For details call NEW HIRE SKILLS This 4-hour workshop reviews job skills that employers expect of employees, topics include: Team Work, Customer Service, Conflict Resolution, Communication, Proper Dress, Meeting Expectations, and Loyalty. Cost $38/person. New Hire Skills workshop dates, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. May 11 Vernal campus, To schedule call Jim Or schedule a customized workshop for your company. PILOT CAR & FLAGGING Flagging class on Friday, May 6, 4 7 p.m. Vernal campus. No pre-registration. Cost: $40. Cash only, bring a pencil. Become a certified pilot car driver. This one-day class will be held Saturday, May 7, 8:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m., Vernal campus. For Pilot Car costs, and to register go to: For more information on any of these offerings, please contact Lezlee Whiting at NEW PROGRAMS! POST Must pass NPOST entrance exam (2 hours), background check, and physical fitness entrance standards. A Special Function Officer allows a person to work in a limited number of Special Function positions such as constables, auxiliary officers, bailiffs, reserve officers, and other special function officers, as approved by the department. SFO must be completed before LEO or Correctional training. SPECIAL FUNCTION OFFICER (SFO) Special Function Officer R 5/2-6/8 M-Th 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. PHARMACY TECHNICIAN Students will learn to interpret, calculate, and fill medication orders, as well as all other skills needed to assist the Pharmacist. This course prepares students to take the National Pharmacy Technician Exam and to get licensed as a Pharmacy Technician in the State of Utah. The 180 clinical hours will be completed on your own time, after school and on weekends. Open to Adult students and High School Seniors (must be 18 before completion). OFFERED AGAIN IN FALL. Call for details APPLICATIONS DUE AUGUST 8 Applications are available in the Career Center or online Entrance is based on the date of completed application. Limit of 12 students. Scholarships are available for this program. Contact the instructor for more information - CIVIL TECHNOLOGY Civil Technicians provide support services to Civil Engineers and Surveyors. This program prepares students with skills in AutoCAD, Civil 3D, hydrology, road design, sewer design, oil and gas field design, and land survey documentation, including core instruction in civil design principles and industry expectations. Students will be prepared with the necessary skills for employment in a Civil Engineering office or a Land Surveyor s office. This is a one year certificate program that runs in the evenings, four nights per week. Civil Technology II AutoCAD Civil 3D Drafting II TRADES CIVIL TECHNOLOGY V 5/2-8/22 M,W 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. $305 V 5/3-8/16 T,Th 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. $305 WELDING PIPE WELDING- Experienced welders may enroll to work toward certification as a pipe welder for the oil/gas industry. Combined w/ welding. Same schedule as welding. WELDING- Preparation for certification is available. Priority will be given to adult students. Two certificates available for adults. Welding certificates are also available to secondary students. POLY PIPE CERTIFICATION - Now available! WELDING V July - August Night Lab M,W 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. $50 fee + tuition per month R 6/2-8/11 Structured T, Th 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. $310 NURSING ASSISTANT (NA)* Class hours are flexible. Practical skills of personal, emotional, and social care, will be emphasized. This course will enable the student to render safe and meaningful care to clients in acute and long-term care. You will be trained to assist the licenced nurse. This course prepares students to take the state CNA exam. It includes 76 hours of class instruction and 24 hours of clinical externship. Must be 16 years old. *State examination fee of $75 must be paid by the student directly to the Utah Nursing Assistant Registry, after completing the class. Must be 16, immunizations required. Application required. MEDICAL ASSISTING (MA) Training will prepare students with the skills to assist physicians in doctors offices, clinics, and health maintenance organizations. Medical Terminology will be also included inside the program. Scholarship money is available. High School Seniors must be18 before completion. Testing for this program must be complete by August 8 and interviews with students will be held August 15. OFFERED AGAIN IN FALL. HEAVY DUTY DIESEL HEAVY DUTY DIESEL Drive Train V 5/31-8/2 M-Th 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. $275 Diesel Engines 2 V 6/13-8/10 M-Th 5:49 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. $275 AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE Engine Repair R 6/6-7/28 M-Th 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. $305 Engine Performance 1B R 6/6-7/28 M-Th 7:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. $230 FARM AND RANCH MANAGEMENT This program provides individualized training for farmers/ranchers. Participating farms are assisted in keeping a complete set of financial records through monthly instructor visits. Record-keeping practices and computer record-keeping systems, including Quicken, QuickBooks, etc. Year-end information is used to analyze the financial position of the farm business. This program meets the requirements for FSA borrower training. For more information, contact David Gillman at or Basic Course ($204/year) Or Advanced Course ($240/year) ELECTRICAL APPRENTICE Electricians are responsible for the safe installation and maintenance of electrical wiring. Levels 1A 4A taught first semester. Levels 1B 4B taught second semester. OFFERED AGAIN IN FALL. CARPENTRY Students get hands-on experience in the actual construction of a home. The student is involved in all phases from planning and drafting to foundation, framing, and finishing work. OFFERED AGAIN IN FALL. MEDICAL & HEALTH PROGRAMS PHARMACY TECHNICIAN Cost: TBA The Basic Corrections Officer (BCO) is the fastest growing job in the law enforcement field. If you become a corrections officer, your primary duty will be to guard and supervise prisoners confined to penal institutions. Special Function Officer (SFO) is a prerequisite for the Basic Corrections Officer (BCO). BASIC CORRECTIONS OFFICER (BCO) Basic Corrections Officer R 6/13-7/13 M-Th 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Cost: TBA In addition to enforcing laws, police officers are primarily responsible for protecting lives and property. Upon successful completion, students will be prepared to respond to calls, conduct traffic stops, issue citations, arrest suspects, investigate domestic issues, write detailed reports, patrol, give first aid to accident victims, and more. LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER (LEO) Law Enforcement Officer R 7/18-9/22 M-Th 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Cost: TBA R Aug - Dec M-Th 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. $720 +fees CNA Evening V 1/11-3/21 M,Th 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. $290+books MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY COURSE Learn root medical words, prefixes, suffixes, meanings from which these medical words were derived, basic pronunciation, spelling, and accepted medical abbreviations. This is one of the required Medical Assistant courses. OFFERED AGAIN IN FALL. PRACTICAL NURSING (PN) The practical nursing program begins each Fall. Testing deadline is June 23, applications are due June 30 for the Fall 2016 class. You can apply if your prerequisites will be completed before classes start in August. Contact the nursing department at for more information or Lesa Upon completion, 30 credits can be applied to the USU-Uintah Basin Associate Degree Nursing Program. This program is accredited by ACEN (Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing): 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta GA Phone or Fax NEW PROGRAM! FUNDAMENTALS OF AUTOMATION CERTIFI- CATE- This course will familiarize students with the operation and maintenance of automation used in the Oil & Gas industry. Topics will include safety, methods of measuring and controlling flow, temperature, level, and pressure. Students will learn the ability to solve and identify basic problems relative to instrumentation and troubleshooting. Roosevelt Campus, T-Th, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Call Kimberli Wadsworth at for more information. FUNDAMENTALS OF AUTOMATION 3 - The Fundamentals of Automation 3 Certificate is designed at the request of the local Oil and Gas Automation industry. This 300-hour program is intended to build upon the delivered fundamental understanding of electricity and automation procedures and practices to the novice oil and gas student learned in Automation 1 and 2. This course is project based where the student builds, maintains and troubleshoots automated hardware and software in simulated scenarios. This course is M,T,W 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. at the Roosevelt Campus. For more info call Kimberli Wadsworth at WELL CONTROL CERTIFICATE (IADC ACCREDITED)- UBATC is proud to announce that we have a new state of the art Well Control simulator; one of only four in the country. This new simulator is well equipped and complies with the IADC and IWCF standards to meet their certification requirements. The simulator has top of the l
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