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SOFTWARE CLASSES

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Stellar Career College offers training in several computer software applications. We specialize in beginning, intermediate and advanced training in the Microsoft Office suite.

Note: Stellar Career College offers 6-hour desktop application software classes as continuing education opportunities to businesses and the general public. These 6-hour desktop application software classes are not accredited or reviewed by Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges so don’t fall within Commission’s scope.

Courses Offered

Microsoft Word | Microsoft Excel | Microsoft Access | Microsoft PowerPoint   

How To Enroll

All classes consist of six hours of training, divided between two three-hour sessions. Classes are taught in our 12-station computer software lab, where each student can follow along with the instructor and reinforce concepts presented. Class sizes are limited to 12 students, so enroll early! Students will receive a training book and a certificate of completion.

Pricing

Our software class vouchers allow you to choose from any of our regularly scheduled software classes. Each voucher is good for one 6-hour class. Vouchers can be purchased individually or in multiples and can be used for any regularly scheduled class within one year of the date of purchase. Vouchers may be used by any member of your family or business. Discounts are reflected when vouchers are purchased in multiples. Vouchers are non-refundable.

#VoucherPrice
1Software Voucher$199.00 each
2-9Software Vouchers$179.00 each
10+Software Vouchers$149.00 each
1QuickBooks – 18 hours$799.00

Call us today to enroll or to request that a class be added to the schedule at (209) 545-5200

Word I 2010

Class NameSubtitleDateTime
Word I 2010BeginningMon & Wed: Apr 15th & 17th10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Word I 2010BeginningTue & Thur: May 7th & 9th10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Word II 2010IntermediateMon & Wed: Apr 22nd & 24thFULL
Word II 2010IntermediateTue & Thur: May 28th & 30th10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Excel I 2010BeginningMon & Wed: Apr 8th & 10th10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Excel I 2010BeginningTue & Thur: Apr 30th & May 2ndFULL
Excel I 2010BeginningMon & Wed: May 6th & 8th10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Excel I 2010BeginningTue & Thur: June 25th & 27th10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Excel II 2010IntermediateTue & Thur: Apr 16th & 18th10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Excel II 2010IntermediateMon & Wed: May 27th & 29th10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Excel III 2010AdvancedTue & Thur: Apr 9th & 11th10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Excel III 2010AdvancedTue & Thur: June 4th & 6th10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Access I 2010BeginningMon & Wed: Apr 29th & May 1stFULL
Access I 2010BeginningMon & Wed: Jun 24th & 26th10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
PowerPoint 2010BeginningTue & Thur: Apr 23rd and 25thFULL
PowerPoint 2010BeginningMon & Wed: Jun 3rd and 5th10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
QuickBooks 2018BeginningMay 13th-15th & May 20th-22nd10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
QuickBooks 2018BeginningJune 10th-12th & June 17th-19th10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Offsite CoursesCall for availability+$50 travel fee 
Microsoft 2016Call for availability  
    
    

Enrollment

Please call in advance to enroll in a scheduled class. Pre-payment is required for all classes. We accept cash, checks, corporate accounts, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express.

Cancellation

Students must cancel an enrollment no later than three business days prior to the class. If a student cancels within the last three business days prior to the beginning of the class, the student will be assessed a $25 rescheduling fee. A student who fails to give notice of cancellation prior to the beginning of class will forfeit the cost of the class. Notice must be in writing via email to kristina@stellarcollege.edu .

Course Outlines

Microsoft Word: Beginning 2010 class outline Intermediate 2010 class outline    Advanced 2010 class outline

Microsoft Excel: Beginning 2010 class outline Intermediate 2010 class outline      Advanced 2010 class outline

Microsoft PowerPoint: Beginning 2010 class outline

Microsoft Access: Beginning 2010 class outline Intermediate 2010 class outline

QuickBooks 2018: Beginning 2018 class outline

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    Office Clerk

    Learn the skills you need to compete in today’s job market

    As an office clerk, you will be expected to perform a variety of administrative tasks such as answering telephones, typing or word processing, making copies of documents, and maintaining records. Through our seven-week Office Clerk program, you will learn the necessary skills and knowledge needed to work in virtually any office environment. Rather than performing a single specialized task, general office clerks have responsibilities that often change daily with the needs of the specific job and the employer.

    • Program duration is just 7 weeks full-time
    • Hands-on training includes Word, Excel
    • Data entry skills with 10-Key, Keyboarding
    • You may qualify for a voucher, career education loan, or interest-free payment plan
    • Check out our job placement rates here Office Clerk Placement Rates

    Introduction to Personal Computers & Windows
    Word Processing – Microsoft Word
    Spreadsheet Basics – Microsoft Excel
    Keyboarding I
    Customer Service & Modern Office Skills
    10-Key by Touch

    If you would like more information on tuition, length of program or admissions requirements, please fill out the request info form or call us at 209-545-5200. We are here to help you make the best decision about your future. 

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      ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

      The need for administrative assistants is growing faster than any other occupation. The demands for advanced computer skills in the workplace is absolutely necessary. Stellar Career College Administrative Assistant programs provide students with the hands-on training and knowledge needed to compete for entry-level administrative assistant positions through our administrative courses. Focusing on the development of Microsoft computer applications knowledge, you will learn necessary office administration skills, and customer service skills, giving you the upper-hand while searching for a job.

      Preparing you with the skills and administrative assistant training necessary to work in virtually any type of administrative environment, you can find success if you prepare for your future in office administration with Stellar Career College.

      • Program duration is 4.5 months for full time and 9 months for part time students
      •  
      • Hands-on training includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Desktop Publisher, 10-Key, Keyboarding, Math & English refresher, Business Simulations, Advanced Keyboarding, Modern Office, Internet, Customer Service.
      •  
      • You may qualify for Financial Aid, a voucher, career education loan, or interest-free payment plan
      • Check out our job placement rates here
      • Administrative Assistant I Placement Rates
      • Administrative Assistant II Placement Rates

      Administrative Assistant I

      Administrative Assistant II

      Call us to find out the differences between the I and II Administrative Assistant programs and which may be right for you. 

      Introduction to Personal Computers & Windows
      Microsoft Word
      Microsoft Excel
      Microsoft PowerPoint
      Microsoft Publisher
      Customer Service & Modern Office Skills`
      Business Education & Communication Skills
      Business Simulations
      Keyboarding

      Students enroll in this program to seek post-graduation employment in positions typically including:

      • Administrative Assistant
      • Customer Service
      • General Clerical
      • Secretary
      • Data Entry Specialist
      • Receptionist
      • Clerk Typist/Assistant
      • Data Processing Clerks

      Prepare for a successful future the right way.  Find out how to get started at Stellar Career College, contact us today at 209-545-5200.

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      ED Gainful Employment Disclosure Administrative Assistant II 18 Week 2019

      2019 GE Disclosure AAII 18 weeks

      ED Gainful Employment Disclosure Administrative Assistant II 36 Week 2019
      2019 GE Disclosure AAII 36 weeks

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        STERILE PROCESSING TECHNICIAN

        sterile processing tech

        Sterile processing technicians play a critical role in keeping patients healthy by ensuring medical instrumentation and equipment is sterile. Their work helps patients avoid infections while receiving treatment. They also maintain the functionality and inventory of health care and surgical equipment.  SPTs can work in a sterile processing department and central service department in a variety of health care facilities, including hospitals, dental or eye care practices, plastic surgery offices, surgery centers and laboratories. You will contribute to a team of sterile processing technicians who are all working together to maintain sterilization and storage. This program is designed to prepare graduates to pursue entry-level employment in the field or jobs in related fields.

        • Program duration is 34 weeks in length and current class hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 12:35 p.m. Monday through Thursday
        • Hands-on training includes fundamentals of surgical instrument decontamination, including preparation, packing, sterilization, instrumentation, sterile storage and materials management.
        • Preparation for Certification Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution’s (CBSPD) Sterile Processing (SPD) certification exam.

        Our sterile processing technician courses include training in the following areas:

        • This program teaches you the fundamentals of surgical instrument decontamination, including preparation, packing, sterilization, instrumentation, sterile storage and materials management.
        • Foundational anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, and basic principles of microbiology and infection control will be presented.

        Students enroll in this program to seek post-graduation employment in positions typically including:

        • Central Processing & Distribution Technician (CPD Tech)
        • Central Processing Technician (CPT)
        • Central Sterile Processing Technician
        • Central Sterile Supply Technician (CSS Tech)
        • Instrument Technician
        • Sterile Processing & Distribution Technician (SPD Tech)

        Student Learning Outcomes:

        Upon completion of the Sterile Processing Technician program, graduates will be able to:

        • Demonstrate basic technical skills in managing the process for surgical instrumentation sterilization, inventory control and supply chain management, and information technology as it relates to the sterile processing environment.
        • Demonstrate professional behaviors of caring, accountability, responsibility, respect for the quality care of patients, acceptable attitude and attire, and organization and time management skills.
        • Work independently in a team of central sterile processing technicians who are collaborating to maintain sterilization and storage.
        • Utilize critical thinking skills as a basis for clinical judgment and anticipatory decision making when managing all tasks related to sterile processing.
        • Effectively apply verbal, nonverbal, and written communication principles and skills in the workplace.
        • Maintain industry standards of quality control and safety principles in the workplace.
        • Uphold legal and ethical standards and adhere to principles of patient confidentiality within the health care community environment as defined by HIPAA.

        Graduates of the program are qualified and encouraged to take the Certification Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution’s (CBSPD) Sterile Processing Distribution (SPD) certification exam. Tuition includes a prep course and one exam attempt fee.

        A new career in healthcare awaits. Classes fill up fast.

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        STERILE PROCESSING TECHNICIAN 34 WEEK

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        STERILE PROCESSING TECHNICIAN 34 WEEK 2019

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          Medical Assisting/Patient Services Technician

          Medical Assistants assist the physicians and nurses with examining and treating patients. The objective of this program is to provide students with the knowledge and skills to work at an entry-level position at a medical facility. The program provides the knowledge and skills in the structure and systems of the human body, procedures to assist the nurses and physicians, injections, vein-punctures, and emergency procedures, including EKG rhythm recognition. In addition to clinical skills, the program also trains medical assistants to be able to perform the administrative as well as patient support services functions that keep a medical practice operating, including such skills as telephone techniques, written communications, scheduling, referrals, ordering supplies, controlling inventory, and maintaining records. Upon successful completion of the program a certificate of achievement is awarded.

            • Program duration is 36 weeks for part time students. Currently offered from 8:00am to 12:35pm, Monday through Thursday.
            • Hands-on, instructor-led training in the college lab including 200 hours of clinical externship.

          Graduates of the program are qualified and encouraged to take the national certification examination. Tuition includes a prep course and one exam attempt fee for the National Certified Electrocardiograph Technician (NCET) certificate and National Certified Medical Assisting certificate (NCMA).

          For more information, please visit the National Center for Competency Testing at www.ncctinc.com/certifications.

          • Upon completion of the program, graduates will be able to:
          • Demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to perform EKG rhythm recognition, procedures to assist the nurses and physicians, injections, venipunctures, and emergency procedures, controlling inventory, and maintaining records.;
          • Communicate with patients and other professionals and visitors in the health care setting;
          • Provide patient and client information and instructions; and
          • Demonstrate the ability to apply critical thinking, work collaboratively, communicate clearly and act professionally.
          • Medical Assistant
          • Patient Services Specialist
          • EKG Tech/ EKG Telemetry Tech
          • Medical Administrative Assistant
          • Medical Office Receptionist
          • Clinical Assistant
          • Medical Clerk
          • Admission’s Clerk
          • Unit Clerk

          Seating is very limited. Give us a call at 209-545-5200 and we will help you get started and on your way.

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          MEDICAL ASSISTING/PATIENT SERVICES TECHNICIAN 36 WEEK
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          MEDICAL ASSISTING/PATIENT SERVICES TECHNICIAN 36 WEEK 2019
           

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            Veterinary Assisting

            veterinary assisting, veterinary technician

            Turn your passion into your paycheck.

            If you have ever considered a career as a veterinary assistant, you might have quite a few questions about what it is they do: What vaccinations do cats and dogs? What is the best way to control fleas? What do you do if your dog has a cut? What is the best way to deal with an emergency situation involving a pet? 

            This course answers these questions and more. You will learn about pet nutrition and a variety of health and safety issues. You will understand how to treat and prevent parasites, including roundworms and heartworms. You will even learn the facts of life, as it pertains to dogs and cats. You will explore current thoughts on spaying and neutering, how to deal with the very emotional issues of euthanasia, pet loss, and how best to assist clients in a time of need.

            Veterinary assistants are the ‘jack of all trades’ in the veterinary profession. Their job touches every different part of a busy veterinary hospital or clinic. As a veterinary assistant you will perform reception functions, fill prescriptions, keep exam rooms and kennels cleaned and prepped, set up lab work, assist with inventory, update medical records, assist with nursing care, assist with surgical preparation and procedure, and perform radio-graphic procedures. Your assistance provides invaluable help to veterinarians and licensed veterinary technicians.

            • Program duration is 36 weeks in length and current class hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 12:35 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
            • Hands-on training includes administering common medications, handling animals, assisting in filling prescriptions & set up lab work, & assisting with nursing care and surgical preparation.
            • Program also includes 166 hours of externship at our affiliated veterinary sites.

            After completing the Veterinary Assisting program, students will be able to:

            • Describe the interpersonal skills and professional characteristics of an effective veterinary assistant, explain where employment opportunities can be found for those with training in animal care, and outline typical daily responsibilities.
            • Use appropriate veterinary terminology to describe basic concepts of anatomy and physiology, pathology and disease, pharmacology, dentistry, and nutrition, as they apply to animals.
            • Describe how to determine the difference between emergency medical conditions and less critical medical ailments by identifying symptoms, signs, and clinical signs, and by reading animal body language.
            • Explain the fundamental quality control processes used to safely handle and treat both healthy and sick/injured animals, such as when conducting physical examinations, collecting samples, conducting tests, performing procedures, and making observations.
            • Identify standard procedures used in the animal care laboratory and surgical center and describe the functions, use, and maintenance of the specialized equipment and instruments found there.
            • Interact with veterinarians, veterinary technicians, clients, and animals, displaying professional skills, appearance, and ethics in a work-experience setting.

            Students enroll in this program to seek post-graduation employment in positions typically including:

            • Veterinary Assistant

            You’ll learn how to:

            • Administer common medications.
            • Handle animals.
            • Assist in filling prescriptions.
            • Set up lab work.
            • Assist with nursing care and surgical preparation.

            State Requirements

            A career in this field may require you to meet certain licensing, training, and other requirements that can vary by vocation and state. You should check with your state, local government and/or licensing board to find out which requirements may be applicable in your state.

            Find out how to get enrolled, give us a call (209) 545-5200

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            VETERINARY ASSISTANT 36 WEEK

            ED GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT DISCLOSURE 2019

            VETERINARY ASSISTANT 36 WEEK 2019

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              Administrative medical clerk

              medical office administration, medical billing and coding

              A successful future starts with Stellar Career College

              Have you been searching for Medical Office Administration programs near you? Your search ends at Stellar, where you can start training to earn your certificate and help you achieve your exciting future in health care.

              Employment in the medical administrative industry is on the rise. Continuously growing year after year, the demand for qualified professionals with the right training is necessary. Medical administrative professionals are a crucial factor in a functioning workplace, helping to ensure that the workplace is running efficiently. 

              Providing students with the administrative and medical training necessary to work in front office positions, Stellar Career College offers an Administrative Medical Clerk program, aiding in the placement of positions in medical practices, health insurance offices, and medical billing companies.

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              • Program duration is 4.5 months for full-time and 9 months for part-time students.
              • Hands-on training includes ICD-10 , CPT-4, Medical front office procedures, HIPAA, Medical Terminology.
              • Program also includes Word, Excel, 10-Key, Keyboarding, Skills Bank, Business Simulations
              • You may qualify for Financial Aid, Voucher, career education loan, or interest-free payment plan
              • Check out our job placement rates here Administrative Medical Clerk Placement Rates

              Medical Front Office Procedures
              Medical Billing & Terminology
              ICD-10 & CPT-4 Coding
              Microsoft Word & Excel
              Medical Law & Ethics
              Health Insurance Claims
              HIPAA Regulations
              Patient Relations
              Business Education & Communication Skills I
              Business Simulations I

              Students enroll in this program to seek post-graduation employment in positions typically including:

              • Medical Office Clerk
              • Medial Office Receptionist
              • Medical Billing
              • Medical Front Office
              • Office Clerk
              • Customer Service Representative

              Your success is our goal

              Our Administrative Medical Clerk program is designed to enhance your skill set and to allow you to find stable, long-term positions after graduation. It is our goal to provide you with everything you need to be successful in the administrative medical field by teaching you the ins and outs of healthcare as well as administrative skills. To find out if Stellar Career College’s training is a good match for your future goals, contact us today and let us educate you about what we can do for your professional achievements.

              If you would like more information on tuition, length of program or admissions requirements, please fill out the request info form or call us at 209-545-5200. We are here to help you make an informed decision about your future. Make today count!

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              ED Gainful Employment Disclosure Administrative Medical Clerk 36 Week
              51.0716-GedtPrint – AMC 36

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              2019 GE Disclosure AMC 18 weeks

              ED Gainful Employment Disclosure Administrative Medical Clerk 36 Week 2019

              2019 GE Disclosure AMC 36 weeks

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                Administrative Accounting Clerk

                Take control of your future…

                Does working in an entry-level accounting environment interest you? As a growing industry, the need for accounting clerks is higher than ever before. With Stellar Career College, you can learn the necessary skills and knowledge needed to work in virtually any customer service, office, or entry-level accounting environment. Focusing on accounting and computer applications, these administrative and bookkeeping courses are designed to help you find the accounting clerk position of your dreams.

                  • Program duration is 4.5 months for full time and 9 months for part time students
                  • Hands-on training includes accounting principles, Bookkeeping, QuickBooks , Accounts Receivable/Payable, Payroll, balancing checkbooks, preparing depreciation schedules, preparation of income statements and balance sheet.
                  • Program also includes:Microsoft Word, Excel, 10-Key, Keyboarding, Skills Bank, Business Simulations
                  • You may qualify for Financial Aid, a voucher, career education loan, or interest-free payment plan
                  • Check out our job placement rates here
                  • Administrative Accounting Clerk I Placement Rates
                  • Administrative Accounting Clerk II Placement Rates

                QuickBooks
                Bookkeeping & Payroll
                Accounting Principles
                Advanced Microsoft Word & Excel
                Accounts Receivable/Payable
                Business Education & Communication Skills
                Business Simulations

                Students enroll in this program to seek post-graduation employment in positions typically including:

                • Accounting Clerk
                • Accounts Receivable Clerk
                • Full Charge Bookkeeper
                • Audit Clerks
                • Production Clerk
                • Shipping/Receiving Clerks
                • Office Clerk
                • Accounts Payable Clerk

                  Let us help you find success through a stable career

                  Enabling students to focus on the task at hand, we offer individualized assistance to help you accomplish your administrative and bookkeeping courses, establishing a foundation for a successful accounting profession and stable career choice. While in our Administrative Accounting Clerk I program, you learn both manual and computerized general accounting principles through an exclusive hands-on approach in small groups. Administrative Accounting Clerk II courses focus on putting your new skills to work by expanding your knowledge of bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing.

                  Contact us to find out which accounting program is the best fit for you. Fill out the request form or give us a call at 209-545-5200. We look forward to helping to decide which program is right for you.  

                  ED Gainful Employment Disclosure Administrative Accounting Clerk II 18 Week
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                  ED Gainful Employment Disclosure Administrative Accounting Clerk II 36 Week
                  52.0302-GedtPrint – AAC 36

                  ED Gainful Employment Disclosure Administrative Accounting Clerk II 18 Week 2019
                  2019 GE Disclosure AACII 18 weeks

                  ED Gainful Employment Disclosure Administrative Accounting Clerk II 36 Week 2019

                  2019 GE Disclosure AACII 36 weeks

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