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  • Elevate your job skills by learning to safely drive and operate a forklift. After classroom instruction and hands-on driving practice, you will understand the necessary pre-use inspections and know how to safely operate a forklift. Master the controls and gain proper knowledge of OSHA regulations, ANSI standards, gravity and stability factors, and load capacity.
    Grey & Associates Instructor
    3122 Sec. A Wednesday 4/10, 8:30AM-4:30PM, Midwest Food Bank

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  • Being able to track and then interpret data is essential to making educated and strategic decisions in today’s workplace. Learn the basics of collecting, analyzing, and presenting data. This class will prepare you to evaluate data sources, identify the purpose of a data set, and make the most of the information available to you. Walk away with the ability to effectively use data to guide your informed decisions.
    Travis Huber
    3028 Sec. A Friday 4/12, 9AM-12PM, HCC WDC Rm 1402

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  • Want to fly a drone and get paid? First you need your remote pilot certificate. Taught by a certified remote pilot, this class will enable you to gain practical insight and application of aviation concepts and test taking skills. This is a test prep course and the certification exam is not included. 

    Mon/Wed (4 sessions), 4/29-5/8, 6AM-8:30PM  HCC WDC Rm 1403

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  • Are you interested in getting professional, quality photography and video using a drone? If you’re ready to take your camera above ground, this class is a great place to start. Begin with an understanding of FAA regulations and local laws that govern using your drone for these purposes. Then, get tips and training on how to maximize your drone for media. You’ll soon be stunned by the amazing results you can produce.
    Ronald Frazier
    3056 Sec. A Saturday 5/18, 10AM-1PM, HCC WDC Rm 1402

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  • Develop a marketable skill by learning how to read and interpret various types of industrial blueprints. Get instruction and personal practice assessing lines, geometric tolerance and dimensioning, surface finish callouts, auxiliary views, and orthographic projection. By the end of the course, you will have a solid foundation to confidently evaluate manual, CNC, and general machine trade blueprints.

    Randall Jacobs
    1779 Sec. A Monday (4 sessions), 6/3-6/24, 5-9PM, HCC WDC Rm 1402

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Continuing Education
Heartland Community College
Workforce Development Center, Suite 2400
1500 West Raab Road
Normal, IL 61761
Phone: 309-268-8160
TDD: 309-268-8030
Fax: 309-268-7882
E-mail: Continuing Education

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