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Frederick Doyle
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Lifelong Learning

Consistent with Quincy College’s primary mission which encourages academic achievement and community involvement, the Lifelong Learning Program seeks to enrich the cultural and intellectual lives of the communities in which it serves through stimulating and accessible programs and courses (non-credit), lectures and presentations.

Check back here frequently for the most up to date announcements of programs, courses, lectures and presentations.

For more information or to register, please contact Fred Doyle, Quincy College Director of Non-Credit Education, at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 617-984-1617.

To register, click here to fill out a New Non Degree Seeking Student Form.



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Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
The Certified Nurse Assistant Program at Quincy College is a non-credit course which qualifies you for the state’s competency exam. Certified Nurse Assistants provide basic care for patients in hospitals and residents of long-term care facilities, such as nursing homes.

Tuition is $1,000 for this 10-week long program. New students can register here.

UPCOMING CLASSES:

CNA 100-63
MAY 26 – JULY 29, 2016

THURSDAYS & FRIDAYS
9:00 AM – 3:30 PM


All you have to do is register. You can participate in CNA Program even if you're enrolled at another institution. Once you fill out the New Non Degree Seeking Student Form, you will be emailed a username and password to complete your registration. You will be asked to enter the course code, for example CNA 100-61.

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Health & Fitness Center Programs
The Health & Fitness Center provides fitness research classes for adults. The purpose of these 25 week programs is to reverse the key problems of the aging process by remodeling muscle, recharging metabolism, reducing fat and regaining physical fitness. Each class involves approximately 30 minutes of strength training, 20 minutes of aerobic activity and five minutes of stretching exercise.

All exercise classes are conducted in our state-of-the-art fitness facility on new Nautilus equipment, with two instructors leading classes of 6 to 10 people. All participants receive regular body composition and blood pressure assessments in our fitness testing office. This fall, two schedules of 25-week sessions will occur at Presidents Place on the Quincy Campus.

All Custom Wellness classes are held on the lower level of Presidents Place,1250 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169.
Register here.

Health & Fitness Center | MW Schedule (January 6 - July 1) | Tuition: $250
Code | Title | Bldg | Days | Start Time | End Time | Start Date | End Date
EXN 101 25 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | MW | 7:00 AM | 7:55 AM | 1/6 | 7/1
EXN 101 26 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | MW | 8:00 AM | 8:55 AM | 1/6 | 7/1
EXN 101 27 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | MW | 9:00 AM | 9:55 AM | 1/6 | 7/1
EXN 101 28 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | MW | 10:00 AM | 10:55 AM | 1/6 | 7/1
EXN 101 29 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | MW | 11:00 AM | 11:55 AM | 1/6 | 7/1
EXN 101 30 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | MW | 1:00 PM | 1:55 PM | 1/6 | 7/1
EXN 101 31 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | MW | 2:00 PM | 2:55 PM | 1/6 | 7/1
EXN 101 32 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | MW | 3:00 PM | 3:55 PM | 1/6 | 7/1
EXN 101 33 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | MW | 4:00 PM | 4:55 PM | 1/6 | 7/1
EXN 101 34 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | MW | 5:00 PM | 5:55 PM | 1/6 | 7/1
EXN 101 35 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | MW | 6:00 PM | 6:55 PM | 1/6 | 7/1
EXN 101 36 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | MW | 7:00 PM | 7:55 PM | 1/6 | 7/1

Health & Fitness Center | TR Schedule (January 7 - July 2) | Cost: $250

Code | Title | Bldg | Days | Start Time | End Time | Start Date | End Date
EXN 101 37 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | TR | 7:00 AM | 7:55 AM | 1/7 | 7/2
EXN 101 38 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | TR | 8:00 AM | 8:55 AM | 1/7 | 7/2
EXN 101 39| Health & Fitness Center | PP | TR | 9:00 AM | 9:55 AM | 1/7 | 7/23
EXN 101 40 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | TR | 10:00 AM | 10:55 AM | 1/7 | 7/2
EXN 101 41 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | TR | 11:00 AM | 11:55 AM | 1/7 | 7/2
EXN 101 42 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | TR | 1:00 PM | 1:55 PM | 1/7 | 7/2
EXN 101 43 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | TR | 2:00 PM | 2:55 PM | 1/7 | 7/2
EXN 101 44 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | TR | 3:00 PM | 3:55 PM | 1/7 | 7/2
EXN 101 45 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | TR | 4:00 PM | 4:55 PM | 1/7 | 7/2
EXN 101 46 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | TR | 5:00 PM | 5:55 PM | 1/7 | 7/2
EXN 101 47 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | TR | 6:00 PM | 6:55 PM | 1/7 | 7/2
EXN 101 48 | Health & Fitness Center | PP | TR | 7:00 PM | 7:55 PM | 1/7 | 7/2



Human Resources Certificate Program
This certificate program is designed for entry-level Human Resource professionals or for individuals considering a new career direction or credential. Each course is $221, and meets once a week for 7 weeks. A certificate will be awarded upon successful completion of all four courses. This program is taught by Quincy College President Peter H. Tsaffaras, J.D.

Human Resources Management III
Part III takes an in-depth look at employee and labor relations in both union and non-union environments, beginning with a review of the evolution of the labor and union movement. The course addresses concerns and issues related to unionization and collective bargaining. Also included is a review of contract and personnel policy administration with an emphasis on the discipline and construct of the grievance process.

NHR 103-91 Human Resources Management III
Presidents Place 7th Floor, Tuesdays, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
January 26 - March 8

Human Resources Management IV
Part IV addresses four major areas including training and employee development, performance applications, health and safety, and the importance of a global Human Resource environment, Among the items addressed are methods for assessing staff training needs, designing effective training curricula, setting performance objectives and reviewing performance, ensuring a safe and healthy work environment, and the emerging Human Resource role as a strategic business partner.

NHR 104-91 Human Resources Management IV
Presidents Place 7th Floor, Tuesdays, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
March 22 - May 3

Register here.



Test Review: TEAS
Taking the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is required for entrance into the Quincy College Nursing programs. The TEAS Test Preparation is comprised of four classes: Reading, English Usage, Mathematics, and Science. These classes are intensive reviews for students preparing for the TEAS test. Students can choose to take one class, a combination of classes, or all four classes. Students should already have basic skills of English and Math. Prior to the first day of class, students must obtain a copy of the TEAS V study manual. You may purchase the TEAS test prep book at our Barnes & Noble college bookstore. For immediate enrollment or questions, contact Fred Doyle, at 617-984-1617. Cost per class is $50.

Spring 2016

The TEAS V exam will be held at the Plymouth Campus on Wednesday May 25, 2016 at 9:00am.

Register here.


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