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Northeast to offer additional classes later this month | KTIC Radio

Northeast to offer additional classes later this month

Northeast to offer additional classes later this month

Northeast Community College in Norfolk is offering a few more courses later this month. More information, including how to sign up, can be found below:

NORFOLK – Northeast Community College in Norfolk will offer two courses related to personal safety and identity theft later this month.

Identity Theft – Protection & Recovery (HPER 5123/18S & CRN #70576) meets two consecutive Tuesdays, June 19 and 26, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Lifelong Learning Center on the Norfolk campus.

In this course, participants will learn about how identity theft works, how to guard against it and how to recover once it has been stolen. They will learn basic protocol for freezing their credit, social media traps and pitfalls, spam emails and more. The second half of the class will be devoted to identity recovery and re-establishing identity in case it gets stolen.

Instructor Julie Clark has been trained in white collar crime and has 15 years of experience investigating crime on a regional and national level.

Personal Safety & Awareness (HPER 5120/18S & CRN #70577) will meet two consecutive Thursdays, June 21 and 28, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the same location.

This course will teach participants the importance and need for awareness, along with ways to ensure one’s own personal security and safety in a variety of different circumstances. Lecture, group discussions and hands-on training will be included in the course.

This course is also taught by Julie Clark, who has over 1200 hours of training in personal safety and awareness.

Cost of each class is $40.

To register for either or both courses, call Northeast Community College at (402) 844-7000.

NORFOLK – With the growing proliferation of unmanned aircraft, particularly multi-rotor UAS (drones), there is a growing need for operators to have a better understanding of applicable regulations, flight maneuvers, missions planning and safe operations in controlled airspace. A new course offered through the Center for Enterprise at Northeast Community College will accomplish these goals and help participants understand the rules of flying a UAS as established by the FAA.

Drone Operations (BRDC 5100/18S & CRN #70556) will meet Thursday and Friday, June 21 and 22, from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. in the Lifelong Learning Center on Northeast’s Norfolk campus. Brian Anderson and Tim Miller are the instructors of the class.

This course will help participants understand the proper protocol and procedures for flying various drone missions through hands-on flight training. Ultimately, the course will help to prepare the student for the successful completion of the FAA Part 107 UAS Remote Pilot certification process. This course is designed for those who want to fly drones for commercial purposes but also includes useful rules and information for the drone hobbyist.

Cost of the class is $245. Hands-on flight training using the DJI fleet of drones owned and insured by Northeast Community College is included in the course. The test preparation textbook is also included.

To register for the class, call Northeast Community College at (402) 844-7265.

NORFOLK –Northeast Community College will offer an additional course option later this month for those interested in learning the basics of motorcycle riding.

Motorcycle Rider Course (TRAN 5105/18S & CRN #70065/70066) will be offered Friday through Sunday, June 22-24. Hours on Friday will be 6:30-10 p.m.; Saturday, 7:50 a.m.-5:30 p.m., and Sunday 7:50 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Classes will be held in Room 103 in the Northeast Community College Utility Line building, just east of the main campus on Benjamin Avenue.

The class includes five hours of classroom instruction and ten hours of riding instruction. It begins with the basics, such as turning, shifting, and braking. Then it moves on to more advance street riding strategies. Professionally trained instructors teach in the classroom and then coach riders in a controlled riding area.

Within 30 days of the completing the course, students are required to take the MSF Basic eCourse. Details regarding this course will be sent to students after they register for the Motorcycle Rider Course. There is no additional cost for the mandatory eCourse.

Cost of the course, with Tom Broekemeier, Michael Holcomb, Taylor Holcomb, James Jones, Keith Neal and Jacob Korinek the instructors, is $250.

To register, call Northeast Community College at (402) 844-7000.

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