Neptune Annex Campus

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    Manicuring and Nail Technology

    $2,300.00
    Tuesdays and Thursdays
    5:00pm-9:30pm Neptune Annex (300 hours)
    September 28, 2021 - May 26, 2022

    This 300-hour course is offered to high school graduates and meets the requirements for licensing examination given by the State Board of Hairstyling and Cosmetology. This course prepares graduates to work in the field of nail technology. Students who complete this program and wish to further their career in cosmetology may transfer up to 150 hours to the regular cosmetology program. Course is paid in two installments. A copy of your High School Diploma or GED is required at start of the class. Students must purchase uniform.

    Cost of books and supply kit are included in tuition. Don’t wait to register, this class fills quickly!

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    Medical Terminology and Drug Classifications

    $60.00
    Tuesday and Wednesday
    4:00pm-7:00pm Neptune Annex (2 sessions)
    October 5th and October 6th

    This class will enhance the student’s ability to communicate with physicians, dentists, or other medical professionals. The knowledge gained in this course will be useful in the student’s dealings with medical matters – whether it be a routine check-up or an in-depth discussion about various medical diseases. The class will also cover basic pharmacology as medications have a great power to both help and to harm patients. The basic principles of pharmacology, including absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion, side effects, as well as several drug classes and some of the commonly seen drugs within those classes will discussed.

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    Microcomputer Keyboarding

    $200.00
    Tuesdays (6 sessions)
    6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Neptune Annex
    November 2, 2021 - December 7, 2021

    This course will teach students the touch keyboarding method of alphabetic and numeric/symbol skills necessary to input information efficiently and accurately. The course is recommended for students interested in developing basic keyboarding skills.

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    Microsoft Excel: Introduction

    $200.00
    Tuesdays (6 sessions)
    6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Neptune Annex
    September 21, 2021-October 26, 2021

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    Mondays (6 sessions)
    6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Career Center
    October 4, 2021-November 15, 2021

    This course covers data entry, cell techniques, formulas, using functions, font styles, drawing tools, ranges and printing techniques. Other spreadsheet topics will be explored. Students should be able to use a mouse & keyboard and be familiar with how to save and retrieve files. Students must bring their own USB drive.

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    Plumbing I

    $760.00
    Tuesdays & Thursdays (156 Hours)
    6:30 pm to 9:30 pm Neptune Annex
    October 5, 2021-April 28, 2022
    Plumbing I is the first year of a four-year training program. This is a theory class. Books, supplies and personal safety equipment are not included. Certificates will not be issued for attendance less than 144 hrs. Topics covered: carbon steel pipe and fittings, plumbing tools, cast-iron pipe and fittings, intro to plumbing math, fixtures and faucets, intro to plumbing drawings, intro to drain, waste and vent (DWV) systems, plastic pipe and fittings, copper pipe and fittings, and intro to water distribution systems. ...read more
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    Plumbing III

    $760.00
    Mondays and Wednesdays (156 Hours)
    6:30 pm to 9:30 pm Neptune AnnexMondays and Wednesdays (156 Hours) 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm Neptune Annex September 27, 2021-April 13, 2022 September 27, 2021-April 13, 2022
    Plumbing III is the third year of a four-year training program. This is a theory class. Books, supplies and personal safety equipment are not included. Prerequisite: Plumbing II. Certificates will not be issued for attendance less than 144 hrs. Topics covered: intro to regional & local plumbing codes, fixture rough-in, backflow preventers, advance math for plumbers, installing water supply piping, types of vents and venting, thawing frozen water pipes, indirect & special waste, sizing, piping, venting natural gas systems, and portable water system. ...read more
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    Practical Nursing Program (LPN)

    $9,250.00

    NEW:  Choice of three course sections.

    All sections meet:
    Mondays through Fridays
    7:30pm-2:30pm Neptune Annex
    *Clinical locations will vary.

    Selection One: Accelerated, 10.5 month program
    Course Dates: September 8, 2021 - July 20, 2022

    Selection Two: Extended-paced, 15 month program
    Course Dates: September 8, 2021 - November 19, 2022

    Selection Three: Extended-paced, 15 month program
    Course Dates: February 28, 2022 - May 2023

    No classes Mid-July through August.

    Starting in 1958, the MCVSD Practical Nursing Program has graduated over 4,100 students.

    For the past five years in a row the Nursing Licensure Examination (NCLEX) pass rate has remained at 100%.

    This course offers academic studies and clinical experience to prepare students to meet the state requirements for licensure as a practical nurse in New Jersey. It  is approved by the New Jersey State Board of Nursing and the New Jersey Department of Education and accredited by Middle States. Graduates are eligible to take the NCLEX in New Jersey. Classes are admitted in September. Each class is assigned to an affiliating hospital/nursing home for clinical e ...read more

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    Tractor Trailer -CDL Class A

    $280.00
    Theoretical Portion: $280
    (Payable to MCVSD)
    Mondays and Wednesdays
    Neptune Annex
    6:00pm – 10:00pm
    9/27/21 – 10/27/21

    Yard and Road Training: $3,020
    (Payable to Superior Driving School. Does not include MVC Permit, DOT Physical or fingerprinting.)
    Payment arrangements can be made for the balance.
    Mondays and Wednesdays
    6:00pm – 10:00pm
    11/8/21 – 2/21/21

    In partnership with Superior Driving School in Toms River, students will prepare for all written C.D.L. exams including:  General Knowledge, Air Brakes, Combination Vehicles, Hazmat, Tankers, Doubles & Triples.  The theory portion of the course will take place in the Neptune Annex.  Upon completion of the theory portion of the class, the students are required to take and pass the written CDL Class A exam at a NJ Motor Vehicle Agency before they can continue their training.  The mandatory yard and road portion of the class will take place at 2834 Lacey Road, Forked River, NJ at the Superior Driving School location.  The yard and road training will cover all skills necessary to pas ...read more

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    Waste Water Maintenance Mechanic Apprenticeship

    $4,270.00

    Waste/Water Water Technology (Introduction)
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    Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays (45 sessions)
    5:00 pm to 9:00 pm Tinton Falls
    September 20,2021-January 11, 2022 - $1,350

    Electricity I
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    Mondays & Wednesdays (156 Hours)
    6:30 pm to 9:30 pm Neptune Annex
    October 4, 2021-April 27, 2022 - $760

    Plumbing I
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    Tuesdays & Thursdays (156 Hours)
    6:30 pm to 9:30 pm Neptune Annex
    October 5, 2021-April 28, 2022 - $760

    Welding I
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    Mondays & Wednesdays (22 Sessions)
    4:00 pm to 7:00 pm Aberdeen
    September 20, 2021-December 8, 2021 - $700

    Welding II
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    Tuesdays & Thursdays (22 sessions)
    4:00 pm to 7:00 pm Aberdeen
    September 21, 2021- December 16, 2021 - $700

    Machine Shop I:
    This 60-hour course is available at Middlesex County Vocational & Technical Schools. Call for (732) 257-3300 ext. 1925 more information.

    This 660-hour apprenticeship program focuses on set- up and operations of a variety of machine tools, fitting and assembling parts to fabricate or repair machine tools and maintaining industrial machines. Students will apply knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout and machine procedures. Dismantling machines or equipment, using hand tools or power tools to examine parts for defect or to remove defective parts will be covered. Students will learn how to weld parts, using arc or gas welding equipment, repair or replace faulty writing, switches, or relays. This is a four-year program. The classes below may be taken in any sequence, except for Welding II.</stro ...read more
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