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Coconino Community College - Flagstaff



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EMT Refresher

$280

with Karen Martinez

Calendar Jun 1, 2024 at 8 am, runs for 2 weeks

4 day course:  June 1st,  2nd, 8th and 9th 2024. Course meets Saturdays and Sundays for two weeks from 8:00am to 5:00pm. 

Prerequisite is one of the following:

  • Current EMT certification (Arizona or National Registry of EMTs) OR
  • Expired certification with permission of EMS Program Coordinator (David Manning 928-526-7680).

AHA BLS Provider CPR refresher can be included but separate registration and online work will be required. Contact Dave Manning

Comet Walk - Wildfire Risk Reduction at Your Home

Free

with Mark Adams

Calendar Jun 1, 2024 at 9 am

This Comet Walk will focus on fire adapted ponderosa pine forests and how we need to better adapt to the fire-prone forest rather than the forest adapting to us. We'll discuss hazardous fuels reductions around properties, and home hardening techniques. 

Mark Adams will be leading this Comet Walk. He worked as a Hotshot for 24 years on the Coconino National Forest, working on three crews: Blue Ridge, Mormon Lake and Flagstaff Hotshots. He also served as the Superintendent of the Flagstaff Hotshots and the Blue Ridge Hotshots. He now works for the City of Flagstaff in the Flagstaff Fire Department as a Wildland Community Risk Reduction Specialist.

Information and directions for the meeting location will be provided once registration is complete.

EMT Recertification Challenge Exam

$100

with David Manning

Calendar Jun 2, 2024 at 8 am, runs for 1 week

The EMT Recertification Challenge EXam is only applicable to current Arizona Certified EMTs.

This class consists of a 150 question cognitive exam and NREMT psychomotor exam. 

This written exam DOES NOT satisfy NREMT recertification requirements however the practical skills exam may be applicable. Contact Dave Manning (928-526-7680) if you have questuons.

For NREMT required CE the four day EMT Refresher would the appropriate course.

Paramedic Course Application

$30

with David Manning

Calendar Jun 3, 2024 at 8:30 am

THIS COURSE REQUIRES PROGRAM COORDINATOR APPROVAL

Do not submit your fee until you have been approved to test for admission.

Contact us at: 928-526-7649 or by email at CCC2EMS@coconino.edu

See attached flyer and application for more information.

Paramedic Application 2024

Paramedic Program Flyer 2024

AI for Everyone

$55

with Ariel Strong

Calendar Jun 4, 2024 at 10:30 am, runs for 2 weeks

This course is a fast, easy way for the nontechnical user to get comfortable using free AI tools to increase their business or personal productivity and creativity.

You need a laptop you can bring to class and you need to be comfortable using it. The course will take you from zero knowledge of how to create “prompts”–simple text instructions to an AI service–to an intermediate level of prompt expertise by the end of the course.

You will find that you don't need to be a great writer, designer, or marketer to create a solid business plan or marketing campaign. You don't have to be "artistic" or "super-creative" to make great social media posts or a create a fun, illustrated storybook for your child or grandchild.

Learning to prompt will open a whole new world of self-expression and a greater ability connect with others. You will be able to:

1) Boost your work or school productivity

2) Learn a new language or other skill more quickly

3) Easily explore new frontiers in art, design, and creative writing

The course includes a free ebook with examples, customizable prompting templates, helpful tips, and info on additional AI services and resources.

Class meets Tuesdays & Wednesdays, June 4, 5, 11, 12 from 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.

 Ariel Strong is a techie who loves to introduce nontechnical folks to all of the fun and creative possibilities that breakthroughs in computing have made possible in recent years. She has worked in the field of software engineering since the early 1990s, and for the last seven years, has been specifically focused on Data Analytics and AI.

Ariel owns two businesses that utilize AI: Flagstaff Design and Marketing, a web services company, and FireFlight, a fire prevention and mitigation company. FireFlight uses advanced drone imaging techniques in combination with AI to provide home and business owners with straightforward, site-specific action plans to protect their health, safety, and property from the threats of wildfire.

DIY - Mountain Bike Repair

$55

with Vance Peterson

Calendar Jun 8, 2024 at 8:30 am

Learn to keep your mountain bike in great working condition so you don’t get stuck out on the trail. In this class you’ll learn essential mountain bike repair skills for trail side repairs and what tools you should carry, to make sure you get home safely! Topics will include:

  • Bicycle fitting and setup
  • Bicycle check-over and diagnosis
  • Bicycle lubrication
  • Repairing and installing tires and tubes
  • Shifting repair and adjustment
  • Brake repair and adjustment
  • Bicycle upgrades
  • Helmet fitting
  • Building an essential tool kit

Participants should bring to class:

  • Mountain bike
  • Helmet
  • Bicycle specific multi-tool and tire levers (these can be added to your registration when you check out, for an additional fee; or you can buy them locally at any bike shop in town.)
  • Other tools if desired
  • No repair parts will be provided
  • Lunch and/or snacks!

This class is limited to only 12 participants...reserve your spot soon!

Vance Peterson has been an avid bike rider for over 30 years. While his riding experience includes many disciplines, Vance specializes in technical mountain bike riding. Professionally, he is a former bicycle mechanic, and is a Certified BICP Mountain Bike Skills Instructor. Vance is also a faculty member in CCC’s Construction Technology Program where he teaches courses on electrical systems, solar home design, blueprint reading, estimating, any many more subjects. With his teaching skills, mechanical knowledge, and passion for mountain bikes, this is a class that will give you the skills you need to keep your bike in great condition and ready for your next ride!

Saturday, June 8; 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

DIY - Plumbing

$55

with Ken Myers

Calendar Jun 10, 2024 at 2:30 pm

This DIY course will cover the most common plumbing problems encountered around the house and how to fix them, as well as simple installations of new parts for improvements. You’ll learn about maintenance and repair for dripping faucets, sinks, aerators, common toilet problems and solutions, supply lines, clogs and leaks in drain pipes. We’ll cover what essential tools you’ll need to complete the job and how to use them safely, and also knowing when to call a professional. This class will be held at CCC’s Construction Technology Lab on the Fourth Street Campus.

This class is limited to only 12 participants...reserve your spot soon!

Instructor Ken Myers leads CCC Construction Technology Program. He teaches classes in construction supervision, carpentry, plumbing and electrical. He runs CCC’s construction lab and maintains all associated tools and equipment.

Class meets Monday, June 10 and Tuesday, June 11; 2:30 - 5:30 p.m.

DIY - Electrical

$55

with Vance Peterson

Calendar Jun 12, 2024 at 2:30 pm

This DIY course will cover common electrical maintenance and improvements you can do around the house and how to do it safely.  You’ll learn about switches, outlets, lights and more. We’ll cover what essential tools you’ll need to complete the job and how to use them safely, and also knowing when to call a professional. This class will be held at CCC’s Construction Technology Lab on the Fourth Street Campus.

This class is limited to only 12 participants...reserve your spot soon!

Instructor Vance Peterson is a faculty member in CCC’s Construction Technology Program where he teaches courses on electrical systems, solar home design, blueprint reading, estimating, any many more subjects. Before teaching at CCC he spent 25 years as a residential and commercial general contractor, and 3 years as a Building Inspector and Building Plans Examiner for the City of Flagstaff.

Class meets Wednesday, June 12 and Thursday, June 13; 2:30 - 5:30 p.m.





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