GCC 2018-19 Catalog - Page 102



will help students learn trucking industry practices and gain knowledge and skills
to prepare for their Commercial Learner’s Permit (CLP) state tests and
subsequent Commer
Pre-requisites: Be at least 18 years old (MI/WI); 21 years old–other states
Hold a valid driver’s license
Must be able to pass U.S.–D.O.T. physical and U.S. – D.O.T.
pre-employment drug screen
Must be able to meet FMCSA driver qualification
requirements
Co-requisite: CMV – 120 Class B Straight Truck Non-Driving Practicum
CMV 120 CLASS B STRAIGHT TRUCK NON-DRIVING PRACTICUM 4 (0-4)
This course will offer students hands-on experience in Class B straight truck nondriving activities. Topics will include, but not be limited to safety, FMCSA
regulations, trucking industry practices, truck parts and components, pre-trip
inspection procedures, air brakes, cargo securement, emergency equipment and
procedures, axle weights, tires, and general maintenance. This course will help
students learn about trucking industry practices, and gain knowledge and skills
to prepare for the Commercial Learner’s Permit (CLP) state tests and subsequent
Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) skills state tests.
Co-requisite: CMV 110 Class B Straight Truck Basic Classroom Training
CMV 130 CLASS B STRAIGHT TRUCK DRIVING CLASS
7 (0-7)
This course will focus on driving Class B straight trucks. Activities and maneuvers
will be performed in the driving range lot and on roadways and highways. Topics
will include, but not be limited to safety, FMCSA regulations, pre-trip inspection
procedures, truck parts and components, air brake checks, slow vehicle
maneuvering, shifting, straight, offset and alley dock backing using GOAL,
turning, cargo securement, roadway and highway driving including visual search
and
commentary
driving
techniques,
city
and
rural
driving,
accelerating/decelerating, lane changes and merges, speed and space
management, intersection safety, roadside stops, proper turning, obedience of
signs and signals, and overall safe operation of the vehicle. This course will help
students learn trucking industry practices and gain knowledge and skills to
prepare for the Class B Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) skills state tests.
Pre-requisites: Be at least 18 years old (MI/WI); 21 years old – other states
Valid Commercial Learner’s Permit (CLP)
Valid U.S.- D.O.T. /FMCSA Medical Card
Negative results pre-employment drug screen
Successful completion of CMV-120
Successful standing in CMV-110
Note: Students will be subject to random drug testing while in this class
Co-requisite: CMV-110 Class B Straight Truck Basic Classroom Training
CMV 160 CLASS A TRACTOR TRAILER BASIC CLASSROOM TRAIN. 5 (5-0)
This course will focus on the knowledge and skills needed to become a qualified
Class A tractor-trailer professional driver. Topics will include, but not be limited to
safety, FMCSA regulations, trucking industry practices, vehicle parts and
components including air brakes, pre-trip inspection, speed and space
management, cargo securement and documentation, coupling and uncoupling,
axle weights, basic vehicle maneuvering, straight, offset, alley-dock backing
using GOAL, shifting, turning, basic hazardous materials training, trip-planning,
distracted driving, hours of service regulations and recording, emergency
equipment, post-accident procedures, driver injury prevention, driver health and
wellness, lifestyle, whistleblower protection, CSA for drivers, general FMCSA
driver qualifications, career portfolio development and interaction with law
enforcement. This course will help students learn trucking industry practices and
gain knowledge and skills to prepare for their Commercial Learner’s Permit (CLP)
state tests and subsequent Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) skills state tests.
Pre-requisites: Be at least 18 years old (MI/WI); 21 years old - other states
Hold a valid driver’s license
Must be able to pass U.S. – D.O.T. physical and preemployment drug screen
Must be able to meet FMCSA driver qualification requirements
Co- requisite: CMV-170 Class A Tractor-Trailer Non-Driving Practicum
CMV 170 CLASS A TRACTOR TRAILER NON-DRIVING PRACTICUM 4 (0-4)
This course will offer students hands-on experience in Class A tractor-trailer nondriving activities. Topics will include, but not be limited to safety, FMCSA
regulations, trucking industry practices, truck parts and components, pre-trip
inspection procedures, air brakes, coupling and uncoupling, cargo securement,
emergency equipment and procedures, axle weights, tires, and general
maintenance. This course will help students learn about trucking industry
practices, and gain knowledge and skills to prepare for the Commercial Learner’s
Permit (CLP) state tests and subsequent Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)
skills state tests.
Co-requisite: CMV 160 Class A Tractor-Trailer Basic Classroom Training
CMV 180 CLASS A TRACTOR TRAILER TRUCK DRIVING CLASS
7 (0-7)
This course will focus on driving Class A tractor-trailer vehicles. Activities and
maneuvers will be performed in the driving range lot and on roadways and
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highways. Topics will include, but not be limited to safety, FMCSA regulations,
pre-trip inspection procedures, truck parts and components, air brake checks,
slow vehicle maneuvering, shifting, straight, offset and alley dock backing using
GOAL, turning, coupling and uncoupling, cargo securement, roadway and
highway driving including visual search and commentary driving techniques, city
and rural driving, accelerating/decelerating, lane changes and merges, speed
and space management, intersection safety, roadside stops, proper turning,
obedience of signs and signals, and overall safe operation of the vehicle. This
course will help students learn trucking industry practices and gain knowledge
and skills to prepare for the Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) skills
state tests.
Pre-requisites: Be at least 18 years old (MI/WI); 21 years old – other states
Valid Commercial Learner’s Permit (CLP)
Valid U.S. – D.O.T. /FMCSA Medical Card
Negative Results Pre-employment Drug Screen
Successful completion of CMV-170
Successful standing in CMV-160
Note: Students will be subject to random drug testing while in this class
Co-requisite: CMV-160 Class A Tractor-Trailer Basic Classroom Training
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION
(COE)
COE 100 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION
2-6
(variable) Cooperative education is a program combining training in industry,
business and government with regular college study during a semester or
summer term to give students a chance to integrate classroom theory with
practical experience in a chosen field. Any full-time GCC student enrolled in a
curriculum at the college is eligible for the program.
Prerequisite:
Satisfactory completion of majority of specialty courses in
Industrial-Technical or Business program and recommendation of faculty
advisor For other programs, permission of the faculty advisor is required.
COE 200 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION II
2 (96)
Cooperative education is a program combining training in industry, business
and government with regular college study during a semester or summer term to
give students a chance to integrate classroom theory with practical experience in
a chosen field. Any full time GCC student enrolled in a curriculum at the college
is eligible for the program.
Prerequisite:
All courses within programs
COMMUNICATIONS
(COM)
COM 101 BEGINNING SIGN LANGUAGE
2 (2-0)
The PSE (Pidgin Signed English) method is used to create a functional working
knowledge of sign language. Students will develop a useful beginning
proficiency in communicating with hearing-impaired individuals.
Prerequisite:
None
COM 102 INTERMEDIATE SIGN LANGUAGE
2 (2-0)
A continuation of COM 101, emphasizing the use of the PSE (Pidgin Signed
English) method.
Prerequisite:
COM 101
COM 103 WORKFORCE LITERACY
4 (4-0)
This course helps students acquire basic English and communication skills
necessary for success in the workplace including skills necessary to secure
employment. Basic English review, reading, writing, vocabulary, listening,
reporting and presentation skills, along with career activities will be covered. This
class is designed for certificate students and does not
transfer to other institutions.
Prerequisite: None
COM 110 INFORMATION AND RESEARCH SOURCES
1 (1-0)
A practical introduction to the organization of information in the library. The course
includes instruction and practice in the use of basic reference materials, the online catalog, CD-ROMs, and periodical indexes. Open to all students, it is
especially recommended to freshmen.
Prerequisite:
None
COSMETOLOGY
(COS)
COS 101 COSMETOLOGY LAB I
11 (0-22.5)
A laboratory course which provides practice in natural nail care, skin care, hair
removal, hair and scalp analysis, shampoo and rinses, finger waving, basic wet
and dry hairstyling techniques, hair sculpting, permanent waving and basic hair
color. Students will be globally conscious in their design decisions when
analyzing the diverse types of hair textures, colors, face and body shapes.
Students will learn to communicate effectively with a diverse clientele base and
analyze and assess for each unique need and desire. Students will be assessed
through verbal question and answers and written multiple choice tests at the

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