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New Students who wish to register for BESL classes need to take the English Placement test from the Assessment Center. If a student registers for the class without taking the placement test, they will risk the wrong level placement and may be asked to change levels. See the Assessment Center College Placement Testing - Remote Options for Spring 2020

Cancellation and Refund Policy: Students may cancel enrollment in a Community Education course within two (2) working days prior to the first class meeting and receive a refund, minus a 3% service fee. No refunds will be given after that time. The college may cancel a class due to low enrollment. Students will be notified 24 – 48 hours in advance and get full refund. If a student has paid by credit card, refunds will automatically be credited to the same credit card. Due to COVID-19, adjustments to the refund policy may be made on a case-by-case basis. Please contact the division at Commed@bhcc.edu for more information.

For questions on courses and how to register for them please contact:

Sonia Sharma
Administrative Assistant
Division of Workforce and Economic Development
Charlestown Campus H-Building, Room H109
Phone: 617-228-2462
Fax: 617-228-2080
Email: Commed@bhcc.edu
Office Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.


CourseSectionClass DetailsLocationFeeRegister
APU-003E: English Study for Au Pairs -Intermediate
(See Description)

Level 003: The goal of this intermediate level course is to introduce learners to a variety of real-world vocabulary and text in various print and audio media; to help them recognize explicit and implicit meaning and humor; and to train them to generate clear, accurate, well-structured speech and writing on everyday subjects suitable for an increasingly broader range of audiences and purposes.

APU-003E-01
January 30 - March 14
Saturday, Sundayat 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Instructor: Mirlande Thermidor
Remote$639
APU-003E: English Study for Au Pairs -Intermediate
(See Description)

Level 003: The goal of this intermediate level course is to introduce learners to a variety of real-world vocabulary and text in various print and audio media; to help them recognize explicit and implicit meaning and humor; and to train them to generate clear, accurate, well-structured speech and writing on everyday subjects suitable for an increasingly broader range of audiences and purposes.

APU-003E-02
March 27 - May 9
Saturday, Sundayat 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Instructor: Mirlande Thermidor
Remote$639
APU-004E: English Study for Au Pairs -High Intermediate
(See Description)

Level 004: In this high intermediate course, students, continuing as independent users of English, will be able to understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics. They will be able to interact with a level of fluency that makes regular interaction with native speakers possible. Learners will also be able to produce clear, detailed text on a range of subjects.

APU-004E-01
January 30 - March 14
Saturday, Sundayat 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Instructor: Elissa Murphy
Remote$639
APU-004E: English Study for Au Pairs -High Intermediate
(See Description)

Level 004: In this high intermediate course, students, continuing as independent users of English, will be able to understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics. They will be able to interact with a level of fluency that makes regular interaction with native speakers possible. Learners will also be able to produce clear, detailed text on a range of subjects.

APU-004E-02
March 27 - May 9
Saturday, Sundayat 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Instructor: Elissa Murphy
Remote$639
BEL-001E: Basic English Language Learning 1
(See Description)

This Level 1 class provides the foundation for the four primary skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. Related skills such as vocabulary, spelling, pronunciation, meaning and usage will also be covered.

BEL-001E-M1
February 1 - May 19
Monday, Wednesdayat 6 - 7:50 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$389
BEL-001E: Basic English Language Learning 1
(See Description)

This Level 1 class provides the foundation for the four primary skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. Related skills such as vocabulary, spelling, pronunciation, meaning and usage will also be covered.

BEL-001E-03
February 1 - May 19
Monday, Wednesdayat 11 a.m. - 12:50 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$389
BEL-001E: Basic English Language Learning 1
(See Description)

This Level 1 class provides the foundation for the four primary skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. Related skills such as vocabulary, spelling, pronunciation, meaning and usage will also be covered.

BEL-001E-T1
February 2 - May 18
Tuesdayat 6 - 9:40 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$389
BEL-001E: Basic English Language Learning 1
(See Description)

This Level 1 class provides the foundation for the four primary skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. Related skills such as vocabulary, spelling, pronunciation, meaning and usage will also be covered.

BEL-001E-01
February 2 - May 20
Tuesday, Thursdayat 8 - 9:50 a.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$389
BEL-001E: Basic English Language Learning 1
(See Description)

This Level 1 class provides the foundation for the four primary skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. Related skills such as vocabulary, spelling, pronunciation, meaning and usage will also be covered.

BEL-001E-02
February 5 - May 21
Fridayat 8 - 11:40 a.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$389
BEL-001E: Basic English Language Learning 1
(See Description)

This Level 1 class provides the foundation for the four primary skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. Related skills such as vocabulary, spelling, pronunciation, meaning and usage will also be covered.

BEL-001E-S1
February 6 - May 22
Saturdayat 8:15 - 11:55 a.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$389
BEL-002E: Basic English Language Learning 2
(See Description)

This Level 2 class will offer an integrated-skills approach to learning English. Students will read longer articles, discuss them in groups, answer comprehension questions and write paragraphs and short essays as well as practice listening and speaking skills.

BEL-002E-01
February 1 - May 19
Monday, Wednesdayat 8 - 9:50 a.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$389
BEL-002E: Basic English Language Learning 2
(See Description)

This Level 2 class will offer an integrated-skills approach to learning English. Students will read longer articles, discuss them in groups, answer comprehension questions and write paragraphs and short essays as well as practice listening and speaking skills.

BEL-002E-M1
February 1 - May 19
Monday, Wednesdayat 6 - 7:50 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$389
BEL-002E: Basic English Language Learning 2
(See Description)

This Level 2 class will offer an integrated-skills approach to learning English. Students will read longer articles, discuss them in groups, answer comprehension questions and write paragraphs and short essays as well as practice listening and speaking skills.

BEL-002E-03
February 2 - May 20
Tuesday, Thursdayat 1 - 2:50 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$389
BEL-002E: Basic English Language Learning 2
(See Description)

This Level 2 class will offer an integrated-skills approach to learning English. Students will read longer articles, discuss them in groups, answer comprehension questions and write paragraphs and short essays as well as practice listening and speaking skills.

BEL-002E-02
February 3 - May 20
Monday, Wednesdayat 11 a.m. - 12:50 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$389
BEL-002E: Basic English Language Learning 2
(See Description)

This Level 2 class will offer an integrated-skills approach to learning English. Students will read longer articles, discuss them in groups, answer comprehension questions and write paragraphs and short essays as well as practice listening and speaking skills.

BEL-002E-T1
February 2 - May 18
Tuesdayat 6 - 9:40 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$389
BEL-002E: Basic English Language Learning 2
(See Description)

This Level 2 class will offer an integrated-skills approach to learning English. Students will read longer articles, discuss them in groups, answer comprehension questions and write paragraphs and short essays as well as practice listening and speaking skills.

BEL-002E-S2
February 6 - May 22
Saturdayat 12 - 3:40 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$389
BEL-002E: Basic English Language Learning 2
(See Description)

This Level 2 class will offer an integrated-skills approach to learning English. Students will read longer articles, discuss them in groups, answer comprehension questions and write paragraphs and short essays as well as practice listening and speaking skills.

BEL-002E-S1
February 6 - May 22
Saturdayat 8 - 11:40 a.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$389
BLL-001E: Basic English Speak/Listen & Read/Write
(See Description)

This introductory course is for non-native speakers who want to begin learning English.

BLL-001E-S1
February 6 - May 22
Saturdayat 8:15 - 11:55 a.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$389
BLL-001E: Basic English Speak/Listen & Read/Write
(See Description)

This introductory course is for non-native speakers who want to begin learning English.

BLL-001E-M1
February 1 - May 22
Monday, Wednesdayat 6 - 7:50 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$389
BSN-124AE: SHRM Essentials of HR Management
(See Description)

Online course - offering a comprehensive overview of human resource roles and responsibilities.Reduce potentially costly lawsuits and improves your ability to handle challenging HR issues.Ideal for those who are just starting out in the human resources profession or those who are looking for an effective way to boost their employee management skills.The course addresses six key subjects:Human Resource Management, Employment Law, Recruitment and Selection, Compensation and Benefits,Employee Development,and Performance Management.Course tuition does not include the book.You must buy the book from the College bookstore located at the main campus to participate in the class.Proof of book purchase receipt required to join the class.www.bhcc.edu/corporatetraining/shrmessentialsofhr/ for instructions on how to purchase your book and obtain your license

BSN-124AE-FH1
November 4 - December 2
Wednesdayat 6 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Kathleen Enright
BHCC Online Courses$465
BSN-124AE: SHRM Essentials of HR Management
(See Description)

This course offering a comprehensive overview of human resource roles and responsibilities. It gives participants critical knowledge to help reduce potentially costly lawsuits and improves their ability to handle challenging HR issues. This course is ideal for those who are just starting out in the human resources profession or those who are looking for an effective way to boost their employee management skills. The course addresses six key human resource management subjects in a user-friendly format designed to give an effective learning experience: Human Resource Management, Employment Law, Recruitment and Selection, Compensation and Benefits, Employee Development, and Performance Management. As part of the tuition, each participant receives a reference book during the first class. Additionally, participants receive access to online tools to support their studies. Course Length: 5 Weeks with each session being three hours in duration.

BSN-124AE-H1
April 7 - May 26
Wednesdayat 6 - 8 p.m.
Instructor: Kathleen Enright
Remote$465
BSN-124E: Society for Human Resource Mgt (SHRM) Learning System
(See Description)

Designed by global subject matter experts, this course covers the entire SHRM Body of Competency and Knowledge™ (SHRM BoCK™) which encourages human resource professionals to acquire the competencies and knowledge they’ll need to perform their jobs effectively and be successful in their careers. Learn to retain study materials effectively and efficiently through a combination of expert instruction and peer discussion. Study materials including comprehensive learning modules in print and e-reader formats and advanced online resources are included in the course fee.

Tuition does not include the cost of a book, which must be purchased from the bookstore. https://www.bhcc.edu/shrm/

BSN-124E-T1
February 16 - May 11
Tuesday, Thursdayat 6 - 7:30 p.m.
Instructor: Kathleen Enright
Remote$719
BSN-124E: Society for Human Resource Mgt Global Learning System
(See Description)

Designed by global subject matter experts, this course covers the entire SHRM Body of Competency and Knowledge™ (SHRM BoCK™) which encourages human resource professionals to acquire the competencies and knowledge they’ll need to perform their jobs effectively and be successful in their careers. Learn to retain study materials effectively and efficiently through a combination of expert instruction and peer discussion. Study materials including comprehensive learning modules in print and e-reader formats and advanced online resources are included in the course fee.

BSN-124E-SS1
February 13 - June 19
Saturdayat 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Instructor: James Fitzgerald
Remote$719
CPT-204BE: Advanced Microsoft Excel
(See Description)

Online Course: This course will teach advanced Microsoft Excel applications. Through instructor-led or self-paced, step-by-step instruction, participants will learn how to perform “what if” analyses, create PivotTables, exchange data with other programs and control worksheet properties and calculations. Please bring a flash drive to each class. The class will be held at the main campus computer room D116.

Prerequisite: Microsoft Excel (CPT-204)

CPT-204BE-FH1
November 5 - December 17
Thursdayat 6 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Marie Griffin
BHCC Online Courses$119
EMC-001E: Intensive English-Beginner
(See Description)

Level 001: The goal of this beginner level course is to provide learners with the basic tools to participate in the English-speaking world. This course will help learners recognize key information in everyday texts and in conversations with others. It will also allow them to produce clear, accurate speech and writing on basic, everyday topics suitable for communicating key information about themselves and their immediate needs and surroundings.

EMC-001E-F21
October 27 - December 18
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridayat 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Instructor: Irina Morgunova
Charlestown Campus$1,115
EMC-001E: Intensive English-Beginner
(See Description)

Level 001: The goal of this beginner level course is to provide learners with the basic tools to participate in the English-speaking world. This course will help learners recognize key information in everyday texts and in conversations with others. It will also allow them to produce clear, accurate speech and writing on basic, everyday topics suitable for communicating key information about themselves and their immediate needs and surroundings.

EMC-001E-11
January 19 - March 5
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridayat 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Instructor: Irina Morgunova
Remote$1,115
EMC-001E: Intensive English-Beginner
(See Description)

Level 001: The goal of this beginner level course is to provide learners with the basic tools to participate in the English-speaking world. This course will help learners recognize key information in everyday texts and in conversations with others. It will also allow them to produce clear, accurate speech and writing on basic, everyday topics suitable for communicating key information about themselves and their immediate needs and surroundings.

EMC-001E-21
March 23 - May 7
Tuesday, Wednesday, Fridayat 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Instructor: Irina Morgunova
Remote$1,115
EMC-002E: Intensive English-High Beginner
(See Description)

Level 002: In this high beginner course, students will be able to understand a larger set of phrases and vocabulary about daily matters, read simple texts on familiar topics, understand high frequency vocabulary, and converse about situations that are familiar and personal to them. Students will be able to write phrases and sentences describing their experiences, and use common grammatical structures to function in daily life.

EMC-002E-F21
October 27 - December 18
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridayat 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Instructor: Fern Remedi-Brown
Charlestown Campus$1,115
EMC-002E: Intensive English-High Beginner
(See Description)

Level 002: In this high beginner course, students will be able to understand a larger set of phrases and vocabulary about daily matters, read simple texts on familiar topics, understand high frequency vocabulary, and converse about situations that are familiar and personal to them. Students will be able to write phrases and sentences describing their experiences, and use common grammatical structures to function in daily life.

EMC-002E-11
January 19 - March 5
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridayat 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Instructor: Fern Remedi-Brown
Remote$1,115
EMC-002E: Intensive English-High Beginner
(See Description)

Level 002: In this high beginner course, students will be able to understand a larger set of phrases and vocabulary about daily matters, read simple texts on familiar topics, understand high frequency vocabulary, and converse about situations that are familiar and personal to them. Students will be able to write phrases and sentences describing their experiences, and use common grammatical structures to function in daily life.

EMC-002E-21
March 23 - May 7
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridayat 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Instructor: Fern Remedi-Brown
Remote$1,115
EMC-003E: English for Au Pairs-Intermediate
(See Description)

Level 003: The goal of this intermediate level course is to introduce learners to a variety of real-world vocabulary and text in various print and audio media; to help them recognize explicit and implicit meaning and humor; and to train them to generate clear, accurate, well-structured speech and writing on everyday subjects suitable for an increasingly broader range of audiences and purposes.

EMC-003E-FW2
October 24 - December 13
Saturday, Sundayat 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Instructor: Mirlande Thermidor
Charlestown Campus$639
EMC-003E: Intensive English-Intermediate
(See Description)

Level 003: The goal of this intermediate level course is to introduce learners to a variety of real-world vocabulary and text in various print and audio media; to help them recognize explicit and implicit meaning and humor; and to train them to generate clear, accurate, well-structured speech and writing on everyday subjects suitable for an increasingly broader range of audiences and purposes.

EMC-003E-F21
October 27 - December 18
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridayat 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Instructor: William Ransone
Charlestown Campus$1,115
EMC-003E: Intensive English-Intermediate
(See Description)

Level 003: The goal of this intermediate level course is to introduce learners to a variety of real-world vocabulary and text in various print and audio media; to help them recognize explicit and implicit meaning and humor; and to train them to generate clear, accurate, well-structured speech and writing on everyday subjects suitable for an increasingly broader range of audiences and purposes.

EMC-003E-11
January 19 - March 5
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridayat 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Instructor: William Ransone
Remote$1,115
EMC-003E: Intensive English-Intermediate
(See Description)

Level 003: The goal of this intermediate level course is to introduce learners to a variety of real-world vocabulary and text in various print and audio media; to help them recognize explicit and implicit meaning and humor; and to train them to generate clear, accurate, well-structured speech and writing on everyday subjects suitable for an increasingly broader range of audiences and purposes.

EMC-003E-21
March 23 - May 7
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridayat 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$1,115
EMC-004E: English for Au Pairs-High Intermediate
(See Description)

Level 004: In this high intermediate course, students, continuing as independent users of English, will be able to understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics. They will be able to interact with a level of fluency that makes regular interaction with native speakers possible. Learners will also be able to produce clear, detailed text on a range of subjects.

EMC-004E-FW2
October 24 - December 13
Saturday, Sundayat 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Instructor: Elissa Murphy
Charlestown Campus$639
EMC-004E: Intensive English-High Intermediate
(See Description)

Level 004: In this high intermediate course, students, continuing as independent users of English, will be able to understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics. They will be able to interact with a level of fluency that makes regular interaction with native speakers possible. Learners will also be able to produce clear, detailed text on a range of subjects.

EMC-004E-F21
October 27 - December 18
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridayat 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Instructor: Roberto Villegas
Charlestown Campus$1,115
EMC-004E: Intensive English-High Intermediate
(See Description)

Level 004: In this high intermediate course, students, continuing as independent users of English, will be able to understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics. They will be able to interact with a level of fluency that makes regular interaction with native speakers possible. Learners will also be able to produce clear, detailed text on a range of subjects.

EMC-004E-11
January 19 - March 5
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridayat 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Instructor: Roberto Villegas
Remote$1,115
EMC-004E: Intensive English-High Intermediate
(See Description)

Level 004: In this high intermediate course, students, continuing as independent users of English, will be able to understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics. They will be able to interact with a level of fluency that makes regular interaction with native speakers possible. Learners will also be able to produce clear, detailed text on a range of subjects.

EMC-004E-21
March 23 - May 7
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridayat 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Instructor: Roberto Villegas
Remote$1,115
GED-104AE: Hiset Preparation Course (formerly GED)
(See Description)

To prepare for the Massachusetts Department of Education’s HiSET, students will take practice tests and develop individualized study plans. Beginning with diagnostic testing, instruction focuses on writing, reading, math, science and social studies. Book cost is separate. Please follow the instructions below this page https://www.bhcc.edu/ce/testprep/ to buy your book." There is also a separate fee for testing.

GED-104AE-T1
February 9 - April 8
Tuesday, Thursdayat 3 - 5:30 p.m.
Instructor: Katherine Donnelly
Remote$325
LNG-300E: Beginning French 1
(See Description)

In this course, students will build the foundations of French language through speaking, reading, writing, and listening. The language will be taught in the context of French and Francophone cultures, and will give students the confidence to interact with French speakers in their future endeavors. No book purchase needed for this class.

LNG-300E-F01
November 7 - December 19
Saturdayat 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Instructor: Sarah Schwartz
Remote$235
LNG-300E: Beginning French 1
(See Description)

In this course, students will build the foundations of French language through speaking, reading, writing, and listening. The language will be taught in the context of French and Francophone cultures, and will give students the confidence to interact with French speakers in their future endeavors. No book purchase needed for this class.

LNG-300E-S1
February 20 - March 27
Saturdayat 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Instructor: Sarah Schwartz
Remote$245
LNG-400AE: Beginning Spanish II
(See Description)

Online course: Continuing LNG-400e, Beginning Spanish II furthers the acquisition of basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills within a cultural framework.

LNG-400AE-FT1
November 14 - December 19
Saturdayat 12 - 3 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
BHCC Online Courses$135
LNG-400AE: Beginning Spanish II
(See Description)

Continuing LNG-400e, Beginning Spanish II furthers the acquisition of basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills within a cultural framework.

LNG-400AE-S1
April 17 - May 22
Saturdayat 12 - 3 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$245
LNG-400E: Beginning Spanish I
(See Description)

Designed for Students with little or no background in the Spanish language, this course focuses on the acquisition of basic listening, speaking, reading and writing skills within a cultural framework.

LNG-400E-S1
February 20 - April 3
Saturdayat 12 - 3 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$245
NON-070E: OSHA 10-Hour Outreach Training for Construction
(See Description)

The OSHA 10-Hour Outreach Training course for construction workers provides workers with basic and more advanced training about common safety and health hazards on the job. Students receive an OSHA 10-hour course completion card at the end of the training. Designed for entry-level workers, this training course will help you understand and avoid potential workplace dangers and will give you an advantage when applying for construction jobs.

Location: B-127

NON-070E-FN01
December 1 - December 3
Tuesday, Wednesdayat 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Charlestown Campus$205
NON-102E: 2-Day Cannabis Career Training
(See Description)

This 4-hour workshop will include tips and strategies for navigating your way into the new and fast-growing legal marijuana industry, whether you are interested in working for others or want to participate as an investor or owner.

(BHCC) does not endorse the use of cannabis products or purchasing products from our partner companies. BHCC’s intent is to provide a public service by providing information about an emerging career track.

  • Workshop Part 1: Working in a cannabis dispensary, Nov. 5, 5:30 PM - 7PM
  • Workshop Part 2: Working in cannabis cultivation and processing , Nov. 12, 5:30 PM- 7:00 PM

https://www.bhcc.edu/cannabis-training/

NON-102E-FN01
November 12 - (one-day)
Thursdayat 5:30 - 7 p.m. and Thursdayat 5:30 - 7 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$95
NON-855E: Hybrid Phlebotomy Technician Certification Program With Clinical Externship
(See Description)

Online Course: Phlebotomy technicians collect blood specimens for laboratory analysis. This hybrid course allows students to take the "classroom" portion remotely via pre-recorded and live webinar sessions. Students will be assigned to a clinical setting at a later date and upon completion of the training. Students who take an online course should be self-motivated to and have access to the internet.

Upon registration, students will be mailed their textbook and a free laptop. Students may begin the online course once they've received their materials. The online portion of the course is approximately 100 hours and most students will complete their certification in 8-16 weeks. Labs will take place at a later date once the College resumes face-to-face classes or students will be assigned an externship placement. On-campus lab dates are dependent on the number of students registered.

NON-855E-FN02
November 3 - February 16
This course is Asynchronous
Instructor: TBA
Remote$1,799
NON-855E: Hybrid Phlebotomy Technician Certification Program With Clinical Externship
(See Description)

Online Course: Phlebotomy technicians collect blood specimens for laboratory analysis. This hybrid course allows students to take the "classroom" portion remotely via pre-recorded and live webinar sessions. Students will be assigned to a clinical setting at a later date and upon completion of the training. Students who take an online course should be self-motivated to and have access to the internet.

Upon registration, students will be mailed their textbook and a free laptop. Students may begin the online course once they've received their materials. The online portion of the course is approximately 100 hours and most students will complete their certification in 8-16 weeks. Labs will take place at a later date once the College resumes face-to-face classes or students will be assigned an externship placement. On-campus lab dates are dependent on the number of students registered.

Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

NON-855E-01
February 1 - April 28
This course is Asynchronous
Instructor: TBA
Remote$1,799
NON-855E: Hybrid Phlebotomy Technician Certification Program With Clinical Externship
(See Description)

Online Course: Phlebotomy technicians collect blood specimens for laboratory analysis. This hybrid course allows students to take the "classroom" portion remotely via pre-recorded and live webinar sessions. Students will be assigned to a clinical setting at a later date and upon completion of the training. Students who take an online course should be self-motivated to and have access to the internet.

Upon registration, students will be mailed their textbook and a free laptop. Students may begin the online course once they've received their materials. The online portion of the course is approximately 100 hours and most students will complete their certification in 8-16 weeks. Labs will take place at a later date once the College resumes face-to-face classes or students will be assigned an externship placement. On-campus lab dates are dependent on the number of students registered.

Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

NON-855E-02
April 5 - June 28
This course is Asynchronous
Instructor: TBA
Remote$1,799
NON-856E: Hybrid EKG Technician Program
(See Description)

Online Course: Prepare to become an EKG technician! This 50-hour hybrid course option allows you to take the "classroom" portion remotely via pre-recorded and live webinar sessions. Upon successful completion of the course, students may elect to be assigned a 40-hour clinical externship. Students will be prepared to sit for the American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians, Inc. (ASPT) Certified EKG Technician (CET) exam.


Within three days after registration, students will be emailed their course start up instructions. Textbooks will also be mailed. Most students will complete their certification in 8-16 weeks.

NON-856E-FN02
November 2 - January 11
This course is Asynchronous
Instructor: TBA
Remote$1,299
NON-856E: Hybrid EKG Technician Program
(See Description)

Online Course: Prepare to become an EKG technician! This 50-hour hybrid course option allows you to take the "classroom" portion remotely via pre-recorded and live webinar sessions. Upon successful completion of the course, students may elect to be assigned a 40-hour clinical externship. Students will be prepared to sit for the American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians, Inc. (ASPT) Certified EKG Technician (CET) exam.


Within three days after registration, students will be emailed their course start up instructions. Textbooks will also be mailed. Most students will complete their certification in 8-16 weeks.

Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

NON-856E-01
February 22 - April 12
This course is Asynchronous
Instructor: TBA
Remote$1,299
NON-856E: Hybrid EKG Technician Program
(See Description)

Online Course: Prepare to become an EKG technician! This 50-hour hybrid course option allows you to take the "classroom" portion remotely via pre-recorded and live webinar sessions. Upon successful completion of the course, students may elect to be assigned a 40-hour clinical externship. Students will be prepared to sit for the American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians, Inc. (ASPT) Certified EKG Technician (CET) exam.


Within three days after registration, students will be emailed their course start up instructions. Textbooks will also be mailed. Most students will complete their certification in 8-16 weeks.

Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

NON-856E-02
April 19 - June 9
This course is Asynchronous
Instructor: TBA
Remote$1,299
NON-900E: Hybrid Dental Assisting Technician Program With Clinical Externship
(See Description)

Online Course: Prepare to become a Dental Assistant. This hybrid course allows you to take the "classroom" portion remotely via pre-recorded and live webinar sessions. Students will be assigned to a clinical setting at a later date and upon completion of the training. Students who take an online course should be self-motivated to and have access to the internet.

Upon registration, students will be mailed their textbook and a free laptop. Students may begin the online course once they've received their materials.The online portion of the course is approximately 120 hours and most students will complete their certification in 8-16 weeks. Labs will take place at a later date once the College resumes face-to-face classes or students will be assigned an externship placement. On-campus lab dates are dependent on the number of students registered.

NON-900E-FN02
November 2 - January 18
This course is Asynchronous
Instructor: TBA
Remote$1,299
NON-900E: Hybrid Dental Assisting Technician Program With Clinical Externship
(See Description)

Online Course: Prepare to become a Dental Assistant. This hybrid course allows you to take the "classroom" portion remotely via pre-recorded and live webinar sessions. Students will be assigned to a clinical setting at a later date and upon completion of the training. Students who take an online course should be self-motivated to and have access to the internet.

Upon registration, students will be mailed their textbook and a free laptop. Students may begin the online course once they've received their materials.The online portion of the course is approximately 120 hours and most students will complete their certification in 8-16 weeks. Labs will take place at a later date once the College resumes face-to-face classes or students will be assigned an externship placement. On-campus lab dates are dependent on the number of students registered.

Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

NON-900E-01
February 8 - April 5
This course is Asynchronous
Instructor: TBA
Remote$1,299
NON-900E: Hybrid Dental Assisting Technician Program With Clinical Externship
(See Description)

Online Course: Prepare to become a Dental Assistant. This hybrid course allows you to take the "classroom" portion remotely via pre-recorded and live webinar sessions. Students will be assigned to a clinical setting at a later date and upon completion of the training. Students who take an online course should be self-motivated to and have access to the internet.

Upon registration, students will be mailed their textbook and a free laptop. Students may begin the online course once they've received their materials.The online portion of the course is approximately 120 hours and most students will complete their certification in 8-16 weeks. Labs will take place at a later date once the College resumes face-to-face classes or students will be assigned an externship placement. On-campus lab dates are dependent on the number of students registered.

Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

NON-900E-02
April 12 - June 7
This course is Asynchronous
Instructor: TBA
Remote$1,299
SBW-101E: Amazon Online Selling Full Course
(See Description)

Course Description: Small business owners will have the opportunity to learn strategies to build and grow their small businesses. Learn how selling online can fit into your larger business plan, the fundamentals of the full lifecycle of an online sale, and next level techniques for growing your online selling presence. As customers are home complying with social distancing and stay-at-home orders, they are shopping online for supplies, entertainment, and lifestyle items now more than ever. Demystify the online sales process and learn how to leverage to tools and best practices available with Amazon to add an online sales channel into your business. This live-interaction online course will allow you to learn from wherever you have internet access. Duration 16 hours. Location: Online

SBW-101E-01
March 1 - April 19
Mondayat 6 - 8 p.m.
Instructor: Hilaire Jean-Gilles
Remote$150
SBW-102E: Amazon Online Selling Workshop-Beginner
(See Description)

Learn how selling online can fit into your larger business plan. Amazon’s online selling workshop is for aspiring entrepreneurs and active business owners who want to learn how to step into a virtual selling strategy. You’ll learn how selling online can become part of your overall business strategy, while learning about identifying your customer segment, and how to communicate your brand online. As customers are home complying with social distancing and stay-at-home orders, they are shopping online for supplies, entertainment, and lifestyle items now more than ever. Demystify the online sales process and learn how to leverage to tools and best practices available with Amazon to add an online sales channel into your business. This live-interaction online course will allow you to learn from wherever you have internet access. Duration: 4 Hours. Location: Online

SBW-102E-01
March 1 - March 8
Mondayat 6 - 8 p.m.
Instructor: Hilaire Jean-Gilles
Remote$50
SBW-103E: Amazon Online Selling Workshop-Intermediate
(See Description)

Learn the fundamentals of the full lifecycle of an online sale. In Amazon’s intermediate online selling workshop you’ll learn techniques for writing a compelling listing, processing an order, options for warehousing and shipping, managing customer service and returns, and how to learn from customer reviews. As customers are home complying with social distancing and stay-at-home orders, they are shopping online for supplies, entertainment, and lifestyle items now more than ever. Demystify the online sales process and learn how to leverage to tools and best practices available with Amazon to add an online sales channel into your business. This live-interaction online course will allow you to learn from wherever you have internet access. Duration: 6 hours. Location: Online

SBW-103E-F01
November 2 - November 16
Mondayat 6 - 8 p.m.
Instructor: Hilaire Jean-Gilles
BHCC Online Courses$75
SBW-103E: Amazon Online Selling Workshop-Intermediate
(See Description)

Learn the fundamentals of the full lifecycle of an online sale. In Amazon’s intermediate online selling workshop you’ll learn techniques for writing a compelling listing, processing an order, options for warehousing and shipping, managing customer service and returns, and how to learn from customer reviews. As customers are home complying with social distancing and stay-at-home orders, they are shopping online for supplies, entertainment, and lifestyle items now more than ever. Demystify the online sales process and learn how to leverage to tools and best practices available with Amazon to add an online sales channel into your business. This live-interaction online course will allow you to learn from wherever you have internet access. Duration: 6 hours. Location: Online

SBW-103E-01
March 15 - March 29
Mondayat 6 - 8 p.m.
Instructor: Hilaire Jean-Gilles
Remote$75
SBW-104E: Amazon Online Selling Workshop-Advanced
(See Description)

Learn next level techniques for growing your online selling presence. The Advanced Amazon online selling workshop explores optional tools available to help build awareness of your brand including advertising, deals, and coupons. You’ll also learn about pricing tools available and expanding into additional international geographies. As customers are home complying with social distancing and stay-at-home orders, they are shopping online for supplies, entertainment, and lifestyle items now more than ever. Demystify the online sales process and learn how to leverage to tools and best practices available with Amazon to add an online sales channel into your business. This live-interaction online course will allow you to learn from wherever you have internet access. Duration: 6 hours.

Location: Online

SBW-104E-F01
November 23 - December 7
Mondayat 6 - 8 p.m.
Instructor: Hilaire Jean-Gilles
BHCC Online Courses$75
SBW-104E: Amazon Online Selling Workshop-Advanced
(See Description)

Learn next level techniques for growing your online selling presence. The Advanced Amazon online selling workshop explores optional tools available to help build awareness of your brand including advertising, deals, and coupons. You’ll also learn about pricing tools available and expanding into additional international geographies. As customers are home complying with social distancing and stay-at-home orders, they are shopping online for supplies, entertainment, and lifestyle items now more than ever. Demystify the online sales process and learn how to leverage to tools and best practices available with Amazon to add an online sales channel into your business. This live-interaction online course will allow you to learn from wherever you have internet access. Duration: 6 hours.

Location: Online

SBW-104E-01
April 5 - April 19
Mondayat 6 - 8 p.m.
Instructor: Hilaire Jean-Gilles
Remote$75
SLF-101E: ServSafe Manager Food Safety Training (One-day)
(See Description)

Become a Certified Food Manager by taking our one-day ServSafe Manager Food Safety training and earn the most highly regarded certificate in the food service industry. The course teaches six areas of food service that can affect the safety of food:

Foodborne Microorganisms & Allergens; Personal Hygiene; Purchasing, Receiving and Storage; Preparation, Cooking, and Serving; Facilities, Cleaning, and Serving; Facilities, Cleaning/Sanitizing and Pest Management; and Regulatory Authorities. A proctored exam will take place at the end of the course. The deadline to register is one-week before class starts. Immediately after registration, you must order the book online 10 days before the class start date to allow time for it to arrive to your address.

Instructions on Purchasing Your ServSafe Book:

  • The course tuition does not include the book, which costs $71. Book price is subject to change.
  • Immediately after registration, you must order the book online 10 days before the class start date to allow time for it to arrive to your address.
  • If you do not have the book by the first day of class, you will not be able to participate in the class. Instead, you will be moved to the next available class.
  • Visit servsafe.com and go to Login/Create Account Tab at the top to create your profile.
  • Once you have completed your profile, go to the Servsafe Manager link and then to the Buy Products site.
  • Go to Manager Training and Certification Exam Products and select ServSafe Manager Book 7th edition with exam answer sheet ESX7.
  • You must bring your book to class as it contains the answer sheet that you will need for your paper-based exam.
SLF-101E-01
February 6 - (one-day)
Saturdayat 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Instructor: Thomas Goodfellow
Charlestown Campus$205
SLF-101E: ServSafe Manager Food Safety Training (One-day)
(See Description)

Become a Certified Food Manager by taking our one-day ServSafe Manager Food Safety training and earn the most highly regarded certificate in the food service industry. The course teaches six areas of food service that can affect the safety of food:

Foodborne Microorganisms & Allergens; Personal Hygiene; Purchasing, Receiving and Storage; Preparation, Cooking, and Serving; Facilities, Cleaning, and Serving; Facilities, Cleaning/Sanitizing and Pest Management; and Regulatory Authorities. A proctored exam will take place at the end of the course. The deadline to register is one-week before class starts. Immediately after registration, you must order the book online 10 days before the class start date to allow time for it to arrive to your address.

Instructions on Purchasing Your ServSafe Book:

  • The course tuition does not include the book, which costs $71. Book price is subject to change.
  • Immediately after registration, you must order the book online 10 days before the class start date to allow time for it to arrive to your address.
  • If you do not have the book by the first day of class, you will not be able to participate in the class. Instead, you will be moved to the next available class.
  • Visit servsafe.com and go to Login/Create Account Tab at the top to create your profile.
  • Once you have completed your profile, go to the Servsafe Manager link and then to the Buy Products site.
  • Go to Manager Training and Certification Exam Products and select ServSafe Manager Book 7th edition with exam answer sheet ESX7.
  • You must bring your book to class as it contains the answer sheet that you will need for your paper-based exam.
SLF-101E-02
May 14 - (one-day)
Fridayat 3 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Thomas Goodfellow
Charlestown Campus$205
TFL-101E: TOEFL Preparation
(See Description)

Online Course: This course features up-to-date, realistic practice tests and cooperative learning strategies designed to familiarize students with the test format and develop test-taking strategies that improve their scores. A strong academic English background is recommended. The course curriculum is based on the TOEFL iBT® (internet-based test).
Total hours: 40

TFL-101E-F01
October 27 - December 15
Tuesday, Thursdayat 6 - 8:30 p.m.
Instructor: Katherine Donnelly
BHCC Online Courses$419
TFL-101E: TOEFL Preparation
(See Description)

Online Course: This course features up-to-date, realistic practice tests and cooperative learning strategies designed to familiarize students with the test format and develop test-taking strategies that improve their scores. A strong academic English background is recommended. The course curriculum is based on the TOEFL iBT® (internet-based test).
Total hours: 40. Book cost is separate. Please follow the instructions below this page https://www.bhcc.edu/ce/testprep/ to buy your book."

TFL-101E-01
March 23 - May 18
Tuesday, Thursdayat 6 - 8:30 p.m.
Instructor: Katherine Donnelly
Remote$419
TRG-101E: (TEAS) Prep for Reading and Grammar
(See Description)

Online Course: This course focuses on the reading and grammar component of the Assessment Testing Institute® (ATI) TEAS® exam. (Book cost is separate and can be purchased at the college bookstore, E- Building, 4th Floor)

TRG-101E-FS1
November 2 - December 7
Mondayat 6 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Carrie Califano
BHCC Online Courses$155
TRG-101E: (TEAS) Prep for Reading and Grammar
(See Description)

Online Course: This course focuses on the reading and grammar component of the Assessment Testing Institute® (ATI) TEAS® exam. Book cost is separate. Please follow the instructions below this page https://www.bhcc.edu/ce/testprep/ to buy your book."

TRG-101E-01
January 5 - February 9
Tuesdayat 6 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Carrie Califano
Remote$189
TRG-101E: (TEAS) Prep for Reading and Grammar
(See Description)

Online Course: This course focuses on the reading and grammar component of the Assessment Testing Institute® (ATI) TEAS® exam. Book cost is separate. Please follow the instructions below this page https://www.bhcc.edu/ce/testprep/ to buy your book."

TRG-101E-02
March 23 - April 27
Tuesdayat 6 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Carrie Califano
Remote$189
TSG-101E: (TEAS) Prep for Math and Science
(See Description)

Online Course: This course focuses on the math and science content of the Assessment Testing Institute® (ATI) TEAS® exam. Content. Book cost is separate. Please follow the instructions below this page https://www.bhcc.edu/ce/testprep/ to buy your book."

TSG-101E-FS1
October 20 - November 24
Tuesdayat 6 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Amy Tortorella
BHCC Online Courses$155
TSG-101E: (TEAS) Prep for Math and Science
(See Description)

This course focuses on the math and science content of the Assessment Testing Institute® (ATI) TEAS® exam. Content. Book cost is separate. Please follow the instructions below this page https://www.bhcc.edu/ce/testprep/ to buy your book."

TSG-101
January 6 - February 10
Wednesdayat 4 - 7 p.m.
Instructor: Amy Tortorella
Remote$189
TSG-101E: (TEAS) Prep for Math and Science
(See Description)

This course focuses on the math and science content of the Assessment Testing Institute® (ATI) TEAS® exam. Content. Book cost is separate. Please follow the instructions below this page https://www.bhcc.edu/ce/testprep/ to buy your book."

TSG-101E-02
March 24 - April 28
Wednesdayat 4 - 7 p.m.
Instructor: Amy Tortorella
Remote$189
WBD-100E: Google IT Support Professional Certificate
(See Description)

The Google IT Support Professional Certificate prepares you for an entry-level job in IT support in under six months. No experience is necessary.

Bunker Hill Community College, in collaboration with Google, offers a five-course certificate developed by Google, which includes an innovative curriculum designed to prepare you for an entry-level role in IT support.

Click this link https://www.bhcc.edu/corporatetraining/googleitsupportprofessionalcertificate/ for full description.

WBD-100E_F01
October 19 - February 19
This course is Asynchronous
Instructor: William Cronin
Remote$1,899
WBD-100E: Google IT Support Professional Certificate
(See Description)

The Google IT Support Professional Certificate prepares you for an entry-level job in IT support in under six months. No experience is necessary.

Bunker Hill Community College, in collaboration with Google, offers a five-course certificate developed by Google, which includes an innovative curriculum designed to prepare you for an entry-level role in IT support.

Click this link https://www.bhcc.edu/corporatetraining/googleitsupportprofessionalcertificate/ for full description. $1,899.00 full price.

WBD-100E-01
January 25 - April 26
This course is Asynchronous
Instructor: William Cronin
Remote$1,899
WBD-101E: AR & VR Developer Program
(See Description)

Learn how to develop AR & VR experiences in this intensive 12-week bootcamp program designed for current software developers. Through a project-based curriculum that includes a live industry client, students learn AR & VR concepts, become proficient in Unity 3D and build a professional XR portfolio. Program graduates also have access to XR Terra’s career services to identify AR & VR roles that match your qualifications upon completion of the program. Please visit this link for details https://www.bhcc.edu/corporatetraining/arvrprograms/

Schedule: 12/1/20 -2/25/21, Tue/Thur, 6:30-9:30 PM and 12/7/20 - 2/22/21, Mon, 8:00-9:00 PM

WBD-101E-F01
December 1 - February 25
Tuesday, Thursdayat 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$4,000
WBD-102E: AR & VR Visual Design Program
(See Description)

Are you a current graphic designer, artist or UI/UX professional interested in creating AR (Augmented Reality) and VR (Virtual Reality) experiences? Through a project-based curriculum that includes a live industry client, students learn AR & VR design concepts, become proficient in user experience and interface for immersive technologies and build a professional XR portfolio. Program graduates also have access to XR Terra’s career services to identify AR & VR roles that match your qualifications upon completion of the program.

https://www.bhcc.edu/corporatetraining/arvrprograms/

Schedule: 12/1/20 -2/25/21, Tue/Thur, 6:30-9:30 PM and 12/7/20 - 2/22/21, Mon, 8:00-9:00 PM

WBD-102E-F01
December 1 - February 25
Tuesday, Thursdayat 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$4,000
WCE-301E: Hands-on Bartending Course
(See Description)

Course Description: Designed for anyone interested in getting a bartending job. No prior experience necessary. Students get hands-on training by industry experts in an authentic, simulated bar set-up environment. Hands-on training behind an authentic bar provides students with a solid foundation of practical knowledge and skills required to start working in the industry. This course is also popular for hospitality majors and industry managers who become more effective at hiring and managing in any establishment serving alcohol.

Bartending Manual: $10 (students will buy the book on the first day of class)

Duration: One Week or 2-weekend option, 20 hours

Location: The DrinkMaster School, 45 Bromfield Street, Suite 301, Boston, MA 02108

WCE-301E-01
January 25 - January 29
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridayat 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Drinkmaster Bartending School$289
WCE-301E: Hands-on Bartending Course
(See Description)

Course Description: Designed for anyone interested in getting a bartending job. No prior experience necessary. Students get hands-on training by industry experts in an authentic, simulated bar set-up environment. Hands-on training behind an authentic bar provides students with a solid foundation of practical knowledge and skills required to start working in the industry. This course is also popular for hospitality majors and industry managers who become more effective at hiring and managing in any establishment serving alcohol.

Bartending Manual: $10 (students will buy the book on the first day of class)

Duration: One Week or 2-weekend option, 20 hours

Location: The DrinkMaster School, 45 Bromfield Street, Suite 301, Boston, MA 02108

WCE-301E-02
February 20 - February 27
Saturday, Sundayat 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Drinkmaster Bartending School$289
WCE-302E: TiPS Alcohol Liability Certification
(See Description)

If you are a bartender, barback, server, or bar manager in the state of Massachusetts, this program is for you. The TIPS Alcohol Certification Course is mandated for servers and sellers of alcohol by most employers, cities, and insurance carriers in the state of Massachusetts. TiPS Alcohol Training Course Is Approved In All 50 States. This course will help reduce liability risk exposure.

TiPS manual: $17 (students will buy the book on the first day of class)

Location: The DrinkMaster School, 45 Bromfield Street, Suite 301, Boston, MA 02108

WCE-302E-01
January 19 - (one-day)
Tuesdayat 2 - 6 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Drinkmaster Bartending School$79
WCE-302E: TiPS Alcohol Liability Certification
(See Description)

If you are a bartender, barback, server, or bar manager in the state of Massachusetts, this program is for you. The TIPS Alcohol Certification Course is mandated for servers and sellers of alcohol by most employers, cities, and insurance carriers in the state of Massachusetts. TiPS Alcohol Training Course Is Approved In All 50 States. This course will help reduce liability risk exposure.

TiPS manual: $17 (students will buy the book on the first day of class)

Location: The DrinkMaster School, 45 Bromfield Street, Suite 301, Boston, MA 02108

WCE-302E-02
February 13 - (one-day)
Saturdayat 3 - 7 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Drinkmaster Bartending School$79
WCE-303E: COMBO Package (TIPS + Hands-on Bartending Class)
(See Description)

Get your best deal by enrolling in our combo package! Take the one-day TiPS course followed by the one-week Hands-On Bartending course. TiPS is designed to prevent intoxication, underage drinking, drunk driving, and teaches strategies that ensure responsible alcohol service and consumption. The one-week Hands-On Bartending course runs the entire week , Monday – Friday, following the TiPS course on Sat. Designed for anyone interested in getting a bartending job, students get hands-on training by industry experts in an authentic, simulated bar set-up environment.

Location: The DrinkMaster Bartending School, 45 Bromfield Street, Suite 301, Boston, MA 02108.

Manuals: $27 (students will buy the books on the first day of class).

TIPS Schedule: 2:00PM to 6:00PM (First week of the class only, Tuesday)

WCE-303E-01
January 19 - January 29
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridayat 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Drinkmaster Bartending School$345
WCE-303E: COMBO Package (TIPS + Hands-on Bartending Class)
(See Description)

Get your best deal by enrolling in our combo package! Take the one-day TiPS course followed by the one-week Hands-On Bartending course. TiPS is designed to prevent intoxication, underage drinking, drunk driving, and teaches strategies that ensure responsible alcohol service and consumption. The one-week Hands-On Bartending course runs the entire week , Monday – Friday, following the TiPS course on Sat. Designed for anyone interested in getting a bartending job, students get hands-on training by industry experts in an authentic, simulated bar set-up environment.

Location: The DrinkMaster Bartending School, 45 Bromfield Street, Suite 301, Boston, MA 02108.

Manuals: $27 (students will buy the books on the first day of class).

TIPS Schedule: 3:00PM to 7:00PM (First week of the class, Saturday)

WCE-303E-02
February 13 - February 27
Saturday, Sundayat 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Drinkmaster Bartending School$345
WCE-304E: Craft Cocktails & Mixology Class (Includes Cocktail Tastings and Appetizers!)
(See Description)

The Craft Cocktails & Mixology Class is an entertaining, hands-on demonstration and coaching of techniques to prepare flavorful, well-balanced craft cocktails. Includes cocktail tastings and appetizers. You will be behind the bar preparing and tasting your own craft cocktails. The cocktails class is perfect for couples, cocktail enthusiasts, and home bartenders. Must be 21 years and older.

Materials fee of $10 (students will pay this fee on the first day of class)

Location: The DrinkMaster School, 45 Bromfield Street, Suite 301, Boston, MA 02108

WCE-304E-F03
October 24 - (one-day)
Saturdayat 6 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Drinkmaster Bartending School$119
WCE-304E: Craft Cocktails & Mixology Class (Includes Cocktail Tastings and Appetizers!)
(See Description)

The Craft Cocktails & Mixology Class is an entertaining, hands-on demonstration and coaching of techniques to prepare flavorful, well-balanced craft cocktails. Includes cocktail tastings and appetizers. You will be behind the bar preparing and tasting your own craft cocktails. The cocktails class is perfect for couples, cocktail enthusiasts, and home bartenders. Must be 21 years and older.

Materials fee of $10 (students will pay this fee on the first day of class).

Location: The DrinkMaster School, 45 Bromfield Street, Suite 301, Boston, MA 02108.

WCE-304E-01
January 30 - (one-day)
Saturdayat 6 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
Remote$119
WCE-473E: Real Estate Sales
(See Description)

Online Course:

Monday & Wednesday 6:00 PM - 9:00PM

This 40-hour class prepares participants to take the Massachusetts Real Estate Salesperson’s Examination. Students who successfully complete this class will receive the certification required to sit for the examination. Attendance at every class is required. "Book cost is separate. Please follow the instructions below this page https://www.bhcc.edu/ce/testprep/ to buy your book."

WCE-473E-M1
March 24 - May 5
Monday, Wednesdayat 6 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: David Ceruolo
Remote$365