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Spring 2019 classes

HUMAN RESOURCES

Certificate in Human Resources Professional – Generalist

Managers, HR Professionals, Entrepreneurs–if you would like to learn more about the hiring and handling of employees, health insurance, compensation, or other human resources programs and procedures, this course track is for you. Whether you are interested in pursuing testing for credentials from organizations such as the Human Resources Certification Institute or the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), or you are looking to grow your expertise, this program will provide you with the knowledge you need for your career growth and will prepare you to sit for the SHRM certification exam.

Program content is based on the SHRM’s State of Human Resource Education Study in cooperation with the American Institutes for Research. Based on SHRM Human Resource Curriculum: An Integrated Approach to HR Education. Includes two field trips to local SHRM chapter meetings and guest speakers who are subject matter experts.

To earn a CCM Certificate in Human Resources Professional – Generalist, you must successfully complete all the courses below:

 

Course Title                                                                               Hours                          CEU

HR Management and Staffing                                                15                                   1.5

Employment Law                                                                       18                                   1.8

Training & Staff Development                                                   9                                    0.9

Total Rewards: Compensation and Benefits                         15                                   1.5

Strategic HR Management and Capstone Project                 9                                    0.9

TOTAL                                                                                           66                                  6.6

*Textbook Required, see below for more information. Search CHR

INSTRUCTORS:
Judy Treibman, MBA, SHRM-SCP, SPHR
Kenneth Sterzer, MPS, SHRM-CP, PHR
Vivian Yost, MSHR, SPHR-SCP; SPHR

ALL CLASSES HELD AT MORRISTOWN HIGH SCHOOL, 50 EARLY STREET, MORRISTOWN

TOTAL REWARDS: COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

Compensation and benefits are primary factors in recruiting and retaining top talent and the key to a company’s competitiveness. HR develops packages for executives and compensation and benefits levels for employees that are internally and externally equitable and that fit the company’s needs. Major topics include: Salary grading and banding using a market-based strategy; Management of company paid benefits: medical, dental and other benefits; ERISA and other regulatory issues pertaining to benefits; Other rewards: paid time off, flexible schedules. CHR 117

28384. 5 Sessions: 15 hours, CEU 1.5

Morristown High School

Time: 6:30-9:30 p.m., Tues, Feb 12-March 12

Cost: $249

STRATEGIC HR MANAGEMENT & CAPSTONE PROJECT

In order to be an active partner in the strategic management of a company, HR must understand the business climate and the competition. HR translates corporate goals (both short and long-term) to the department and individual level. HR reduces or mitigates risk to the company. Students will work in groups on a project of choice and will identify and report on solutions drawing from multiple areas of HR. Major topics include: SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) Analysis; Health, safety and security risks; Workforce changes including mergers/acquisitions, reductions in workforce. CHR 123

28385. 3 Sessions: 9 hours, CEU 0.9

Morristown High School

Time: 6:30-9:30 p.m., Tues, March 26-April 9

Cost: $149

The following three classes in this Certificate program will be offered in Fall 2019. You do not need to take the classes in order.

HR MANAGEMENT AND STAFFING

People are the most valuable asset to any organization. Learn how to identify and implement recruiting and retention programs to impact productivity and profitability. Assess HR effectiveness using measurement tools. The class will attend a Society of Human Resources chapter meeting (Sussex-Warren) as a field trip. Topics will include Trends in HR Management and the contemporary role of HR in the large and small organization; Develop recruiting and retention strategies and practices; Manage a diverse workforce and a global workforce; Evaluate HR performance/effectiveness with metrics. CHR 121

EMPLOYMENT LAW

Professionals provide training to managers and employees on compliance issues, develop and implement policies, practices and procedures. Learn about relevant legislation such as: Employment at will/wrongful discharge, NJ state and local legislation, OSHA, FLSA, ERISA, FMLA, NLRA, WARN, COBRA, HIPA and EEO. CHR 122

TRAINING & STAFF DEVELOPMENT

Continuous learning is essential to a productive and efficient workforce. HR delivers corporate training to employees based on business objectives. Major topics include: Define core competencies; Conduct a needs assessment; Design and deliver training programs; Link career development and performance management to training. CHR 119

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

According to the Project Management Institute (PMI), the world leader in Project Management Certifications, organizations with standardized practices attain better results. Because the Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) recognize your knowledge of the profession’s preeminent global standard, you’ll stand out to employers and be poised to move ahead.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PMP, CAPM PREPARATION

Project Management Practical Application I and II are appropriate prerequisite preparation for the novice (see next listing).

This class meets the educational requirement for taking the Project Management Professional (PMP) or Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification exams offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI). The course provides a robust foundation for the student’s preparation in becoming eligible to take these two certification exams. This course also satisfies requirements for obtaining Professional Development Units (PDUs). PMC 127

INSTRUCTOR: Ciro Petti, PMP, MCT, MSO

28406. 5 Sessions: 35 hours, CEU 3.5

Cohen Hall, CH 265

Time: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Sat, March 30-May 4 (no class April 6)

Cost: $799

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRACTICAL APPLICATION I AND II

Project management is one of the most sought after competencies for today’s business professional. This two-part course is your opportunity to acquire or increase your existing project management knowledge and understanding to apply project management skills and theory in your workplace. Skilled Project Managers are able to deliver results in the shortest time, at the least cost and with the highest quality.

The course lays out current, successful project management methods, diagrams, software, evaluation and review techniques. Experience the vital discipline of coordinating a team’s efforts toward successful project outcomes. Practice skills in creativity, situational problem solving and leadership. See how to work sensibly with project teams, conflict resolution and negotiations. Learn about practical and proven methods to manage people, procedures and time to achieve the results you need. Learn about realistic up-to-date project concepts like critical path, critical chain project management and agile project management. Understand how to work with time constraints, smart planning, resource allocation, quality control, risk management, controlling costs and communications management.

This is a comprehensive course presented in two parts. It is tailored for the new or future project manager, but is equally appropriate for the business owner, entrepreneurs and department heads who find themselves working in teams or at the helm of a project.

Students will work on a project plan of their choosing. Enrollment in Microsoft Project 2016 is recommended.

INSTRUCTOR: Ciro Petti, PMP, MCT, MSO

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRACTICAL APPLICATION, PART I – PMC 125

28404. 3 Sessions: 21 hours, CEU 2.1

Cohen Hall, CH 271

Time: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Sat, Feb 2-23 (no class Feb 9)

Cost: $499

 

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRACTICAL APPLICATION, PART II – PMC 126

28405. 3 Sessions: 21 hours, CEU 2.1

Cohen Hall, CH 271

Time: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Sat, March 2-23 (no class March 9)

Cost: $499

MICROSOFT PROJECT 2016 WITH CERTIFICATION PREP

Microsoft Project is the most popular project planning tool in the world. It is used in over 100 countries. With this hands-on course gain the knowledge to be able to:

  • Develop a plan, build a schedule and assign resources
  • Track and manage tasks, resources, and budgets
  • Analyze workloads to share resources across multiple projects
  • Apply best practice principles to plan, manage, maintain and direct projects
  • Produce project status charts and reports

This class will also review the Microsoft Project 2016 certification exam, Exam 74-343: Managing Projects with Microsoft Project. PMC 124

INSTRUCTOR: Ciro Petti, PMP, MCT, MSO

28401. 3 Sessions: 21 hours, CEU 2.1

Landscape and Horticulture, LHT 102

Time: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Fri, April 12-May 3 (no class April 26)

Cost: $499

AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT – will next be offered Fall 2019

According to the Project Management Institute (PMI), the world leader in Project Management Certifications, the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP®) is the fastest growing certification. Agile is a newer and effective method for managing projects, which is being used by countless organizations.

This course is for those who are seeking to prepare for the PMI-ACP® certification exam or professionals who are working in a team environment and want to learn more about the Agile principles and values to apply in the workplace. Topics covered include: Agile Principles and Mindset, Value Driven Concepts, Adaptive Planning, preparation for the PMI-ACP certification, and many other topics which drive the Agile Methodology.

In order to sit for the PMI-ACP exam, you must have: 1) 2,000 hours of general project experience working on teams. A current PMP® or PgMP® will satisfy this requirement but is not required to apply for the PMI-ACP; 2) 1,500 hours working on agile project teams or with agile methodologies. This requirement is in addition to the 2,000 hours of general project experience and 3) 21 contact hours of training in agile practices. This course satisfies the 21-hour training requirement, and also satisfies the Professional Development Unit (PDU) requirement of PMI to maintain your PMI-ACP certification. PMC 123

*Textbook Required, see below for more information. Search PMC

INSTRUCTOR: Robin McWilliams, MBA, PMP

16 Sessions: 48 hours, CEU 4.8

Health & PE Building, HPE 218

Time: TBD

Cost: $999

PROJECT MANAGEMENT (for fall 2018 students only)

To earn your CCM Certificate in Project Management, you must successfully complete the remaining courses below, which are being offered in Spring 2019 for the last time:

Course Title                                                                                Hours                          CEU

Managing Project Performance                                                              15                                   1.5

Managing Project Teams                                                                         12                                   1.2

Negotiation and Contract Management                                                 12                                   1.2

*Textbook Required, see information below. Search PMC

INSTRUCTOR: Ciro Petti, PMP, MCT, MSO

These classes (and the Fall 2018 classes of Planning For Project Success, Planning Quality in the Project, Identifying and Managing Project Risk) meet the educational requirement for taking the Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification exams offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI).

These classes are only for students previously registered in Fall 2018, CERTIFICATE IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT (PMP or CAPM).

MANAGING PROJECT PERFORMANCE (For continuing Fall 2018 students only.)

Once the results of the project planning activities are in place, the role shifts to one of directing execution, monitoring and evaluating results and controlling outcomes. PMC 113

28414. 5 Sessions: 15 hours, CEU 1.5

Cohen Hall, CH 271
Time: 6:30-9:30 p.m., Tues, Jan 29-March 5 (no class Feb 12)

Cost: $349

MANAGING PROJECT TEAMS (For continuing Fall 2018 students only.)

Project teams are the productive components in a project. Recognize the primary causes of conflict in projects and the conflict resolution process. PMC 111

28415. 4 Sessions: 12 hours, CEU 1.2

Cohen Hall, CH 271
Time: 6:30-9:30 p.m., Tues, March 19-April 16 (no class April 9)

Cost: $279

NEGOTIATION AND CONTRACT MANAGEMENT (For continuing Fall 2018 students only.)

Negotiation is a skill that all project managers must have. This class introduces key negotiating skills. PMC 112

28416. 4 Sessions: 12 hours, CEU 1.2

Cohen Hall, CH 271
Time: 6:30-9:30 p.m., Tues, April 23-May 14

Cost: $279

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT FOR PROFESSIONALS

Do you know your role in Supply Chain Management? The integrated nature of today’s Supply Chain makes this an essential course for all business professionals: IT, Marketing, Sales, Finance, Operations, Supply Management/Purchasing, Logistics, Transportation, Production, Quality and more! Every department and external resource plays an integral role in a company’s supply chain.

Whether you’re new to the workforce, or an experienced staff member, manager or executive, missteps in the supply chain costs organizations time, money and lost customers. This class will give you a new way of looking at and conducting business across tiers inside and outside the organization, resulting in cost savings, revenue growth and an increased competitive advantage. In this class you will learn the concepts and the practical real-life applications of supply chain management through interactive discussions and activities, case studies, online resources and course designed materials. You’ll discover:

  • What a supply chain is
  • How to break down silos to work cross-functionally among departments
  • Collaborative efforts with suppliers and customers
  • Methods to set up an effective supply chain
  • The evolving practices and future trends in supply chain management

Following this course, you can further your education and enhance your resume and career opportunities by preparing to become a Certified Supply Chain Professional with CCM’s APICS certification. SCM 109

INSTRUCTOR: Marilyn Gettinger

28421.  8 Sessions: 40 hours, CEU 4.0

Cohen Hall, CH 267
Time: 8:30-2 p.m., Sat, Feb 23-April 13

Cost: $499

APICS SUPPLY CHAIN PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION

APICS is the premier, globally recognized credential in the supply chain industry. World-renowned by employers and business professionals for aligning global supply chain strategies with business objectives, helping professionals gain knowledge and practical applications to effectively manage supply chain activities, demonstrating mastery of critical concepts and enhancing credibility throughout the industry.

This program is for you if you are looking to advance your career, obtain a new career, or simply make a career change to the supply chain field. APICS certification is a preferred supply chain certification in industry.

According to APICS, individuals who earn the CSCP designation:

  • See a salary increase of 27% and
  • Improve hiring potential by 65%.

A quick search on Indeed.com or Monster.com shows multiple new job listings and a strong employer preference for the well-recognized APICS credentials throughout the region. Individuals holding an APICS certification will find a variety of employment opportunities at various levels in Logistics, Warehousing, Procurement, Service Operations and Transportation.

CCM’s class is conveniently offered on Saturdays for working professionals and individuals looking to transition careers. The class will prepare you to sit for the APICS CSCP certification exam. Course registration includes all learning materials, online exam practice and a voucher for the APICS CSCP exam. SCM 108

THIS PROGRAM IS AN ADVANCED LEVEL COURSE.

To sit for the exam requires a prerequisite minimum of an undergraduate Bachelor’s degree or 3 years of on-the-job supply chain experience.

INSTRUCTOR: APICS Certified Instructor

28430. 6 Sessions: 48 hours, CEU 4.8

Cohen Hall, CH 259

Time: 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Sat, May 4-June 15 (no class May 25)

Cost: $3,755 (includes materials and exam fees)

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (for Fall 2018 students only)

To earn your CCM Certificate in Supply Chain Management, you must successfully complete the remaining courses below, which are being offered in Spring 2019 for the last time:

Course Title                                                                                Hours                          CEU

Lean Production and Six Sigma Tactics in Supply Chain                         12                                   1.2

Using Information Technology Strategically                                           12                                   1.2

Measuring Supply Chain Performance                                                    12                                   1.2

Creating Supply Chains for Competitive Advantage                               12                                   1.2

 

*Textbook Required, see information below. Search SCM

INSTRUCTOR: Ciro Petti, PMP, MCT, MSO

These classes are only for students previously registered in Fall 2018, Certificate in Supply Chain Management.

LEAN PRODUCTION AND SIX SIGMA TACTICS IN SUPPLY CHAIN

(For continuing Fall 2018 students only.)

Examine the major elements of Lean Production and Six Sigma quality goals and how they came about. SCM 103

28424. 4 Sessions: 12 hours, CEU 1.2

Cohen Hall, CH 271
Time: 6:30-9:30 p.m., Wed, Feb 20-March 13

Cost: $279

USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STRATEGICALLY 

(For continuing Fall 2018 students only.)

This course reviews the sources of vital supply chain information and the tools used for gathering information, protecting it, and evaluating it. SCM 104

28425. 4 Sessions: 12 hours, CEU 1.2

Cohen Hall, CH 271
Time: 6:30-9:30 p.m., Wed, March 27-April 17

Cost: $279

MEASURING SUPPLY CHAIN PERFORMANCE

(For continuing Fall 2018 students only.)

Supply chain performance is the current measure of success. This course focuses on the chain’s ability to meet customer needs. SCM 105

28426. 4 Sessions: 12 hours, CEU 1.2

Cohen Hall, CH 271
Time: 6:30-9:30 p.m., Wed, May 1-22

Cost: $279

CREATING SUPPLY CHAINS FOR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE 

(For continuing Fall 2018 students only.)

Organizations that excel at what they do realize the potential of their supply chain’s critical elements. . SCM 106

28427. 4 Sessions: 12 hours, CEU 1.2

Cohen Hall, CH 271
Time: 6:30-9:30 p.m., Wed, June 5-26

Cost: $279

Did you know . . . CCM is a leading training organization for all of your workforce supply chain needs?
Advance Your Employees’ Supply Chain Knowledge and Skills by Earning Global Certifications

APICS CERTIFICATIONS – EXAM PREPARATION

Since 1957 APICS has been training supply chain professionals across the globe. APICS’ mission is to be “the world’s leading community for end-to-end supply chain excellence.” Employees who hold an APICS certification are among the most respected professionals in supply chain logistics.

APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP)

According to APICS, more than 25,000 professionals in 100 countries have earned the CSCP designation since it was first offered in 2006. Employees of your organization that hold this designation will have mastered the essential technology, concepts and strategies related to end-to-end supply chain operations, enabling your business to operate more efficiently and effectively in all of its supply chain requirements.

In this program, individuals will prepare for the CSCP exam by learning about:

  • Supply Chain Design
  • Supply Chain Planning and Execution
  • Supply Chain Improvements and Best Practices

APICS Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD)

The Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD) certification is a comprehensive body of knowledge that sets the global standard for best practices in logistics, transportation and distribution. Employees with CLTD certification gain recognition in the field as logistics experts using the latest trends in global supply chain logistics.

The CCM program in CLTD covers these key elements required for certification:

  • Logistics and Supply Chain Overview
  • Capacity Planning and Demand Management
  • Order Management
  • Inventory and Warehouse Management
  • Transportation
  • Global Logistics Considerations
  • Logistics Network Design
  • Reverse Logistics and Sustainability

APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM)

With certification as a CPIM, your employees will be recognized internationally as a team that knows, understands and applies best in class production and inventory activities to support global operations. CPIM certification provides the basis for common terminology, processes and frameworks across the organization, the ability to streamline operations and improve productivity, collaboration and innovation in the workforce.

The CPIM program at CCM incorporates the following critical elements needed for certification:

  • Demand management
  • Procurement management
  • Supplier planning
  • Material requirements planning
  • Capacity planning
  • Sales and operations planning
  • Master scheduling
  • Performance measurement
  • Supplier relationships
  • Quality control
  • Continuous improvement

For more information regarding the APICS certification courses or to schedule a class at your facility,
contact Beth Rodgers, Associate Director for Workforce Development at 973-328-5186.

 

ASQ SIX SIGMA

ASQ SIX SIGMA GREEN BELT CERTIFICATION PREP

Salaries for ASQ certified Six Sigma Green Belts are $80K-$90K, and process improvement professionals are in high demand. Companies would prefer to bring already trained individuals on board to minimize their own training costs. New companies are realizing the benefits of a structured continuous improvement program and new industries are realizing that it’s not just for manufacturing.

With this in mind, CCM is offering Six Sigma certification in a way that smaller companies can afford to bring on at least one key knowledgeable individual to shepherd the company through the growth and increased profits that larger companies experience with Six Sigma improvements. This course is affordable, offered over ten weeks, to allow individuals to continue working and immediately put into practice the skills being learned in class.

GREEN BELT CERTIFICATION

Prerequisite: This is an entry level course. Students must have, at a minimum, a high school diploma.

Upon completion of this 40-hour course, you will be prepared to sit for the American Society for Quality Green Belt certification exam. You should be able to organize complex issues into a structured, prioritized format; define projects against a project metric; gather data relative to the project metric; analyze the data, and identify the tasks necessary to improve the project metric to a target value. BCC 142

*Textbook required, see below for more information. Search BCC

INSTRUCTOR: Carl Perini, BA, MS, ASQ CSSBB, CQA, CGMP

To sit for the ASQ Green Belt Exam requires three years of work experience in one or more areas of the Six Sigma Green Belt body of knowledge.

28391. 10 Sessions: 40 hours, CEU 4.0
Henderson Hall, HH 204
Time: 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Sat, April 13-June 29 (no class April 20 and May 25)

Cost: $599

FINANCE FOR BUSINESSES

ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS

Discover the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, as well as how to analyze and record financial transactions. You’ll get hands-on experience handling accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes and various common banking activities. Whether you’re a sole proprietor and want to manage your business finances, or you simply want an understanding of accounting basics for career advancement or personal use, you’ll gain a solid foundation in financial matters. This course is a prerequisite for QuickBooks offered below. BDT 124

INSTRUCTOR: Leonor DiStefano

28231. 5 Sessions: 15 hours, CEU 1.5
Cohen Hall, CH 257

Time: 9 a.m-12 p.m., Sat, March16-April 13

Cost: $299

QUICKBOOKS ESSENTIALS

PREREQUISITE: Accounting Fundamentals, or a minimum of one-year work related bookkeeping or accounting experience. Students who register for this class, and do not have the prerequisite knowledge, will be limited in their ability to participate in this course.

This course is for both experienced QuickBooks users and those who are brand new to QuickBooks. You will work in QuickBooks 2017 desk top and QuickBooks cloud. You will create a company and work in “your company” learning effective bookkeeping skills, including how to create purchase orders, track sales and expenses, produce and manage invoices and monitor financial records. BDT 125

INSTRUCTOR: Leonor DiStefano

28232. 7 Sessions: 21 hours, CEU 2.1
Henderson Hall, HH 114

Time: 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Sat, May 4-June 22 (No class May 25)

Cost: $349


OCCUPATIONAL SPANISH

An interactive and engaging Spanish language course for business professionals.

Effectively manage an increasingly diverse workforce using occupational Spanish language skills while developing an understanding and appreciation of the cultural aspects that influence the workplace.

This course is oriented to business professionals who want to acquire key elements of the Spanish language in business and cultural contexts. The program is designed to have business simulations that allow participants to learn the language on real applications, and at the same time, be aware of cultural differences of Latin-American cultures from country to country. The course is set on Google classroom platform and uses different applications such as Flipgrid, Education Skype and Voicethread.   ENS 305

INSTRUCTOR: Guillermo Reina

Section #28855. 10 Sessions: 20 hours, CEU 2.0

Cohen Hall, CH 260

Time: 10 a.m.-12 p.m., Sat, Mar 2 – May 11 (no class April 20)

Cost: $499

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