Short Term Classes

Customized training on dozens of topics

Basic Auto Body Theory I & Lab

This course has been redesigned and updated to provide an opportunity for students to learn and adopt methods to restore vehicles. Topics include panel adjustment, rust repair, dent repair, sheet metal replacement, priming, sanding, painting, and buffing. Must register for theory and lab class.

Digital Photography I: Get Off Auto

Are you overwhelmed by the complicated buttons, menus, and settings on your DSLR camera? Have not fear, the time to explore your camera is here. This class is great for hobbyist who are looking to brush up on their skills, as well as first-time DSLR camera owners who are trying to get more out of their camera. (This class is not applicable to the digital point-and-shoot camera owners.)

Digital Photography II: Get Onto Manual

So you think you know how to use your DSLR camera? In this class apply your knowledge of shutter speed and aperture to take your photography to the next level. Explore your creativity and learn from a professional portrait photographer. Learn how to take better images of your children, or your next vacation. It is recommended participants take Digital Photography I prior to enrolling in this course.

Herbal Gardening

Most culinary herbs will grow well in Nebraska. Learn about container and small bed gardening with culinary and native herbs. Create an herbal container to take home,and enjoy fresh herbs through the summer! (Cost includes $20.00 materials fee).

Motorcycle Rider Course

The Motorcycle Rider Course includes five(5) hours of classroom instruction and ten (10) hours of riding instruction. It begins with the basics, such as turning, shifting, and braking. Then it moves on to more advanced street riding strategies. We provide the motorcycles. Professionally trained instructors teach in the classroom and then coach riders in a controlled riding area. If you are under 18, a parent or legal guardian must sign the required waiver form. In order to pass, you must attend all classroom and riding sessions and pass the knowledge and skills test. Fri. 6:30 pm -10:00 pm, Sat. 7:50 am -5:30 pm, Sun. 7:50 am -4:30 pm. For additional information contact donnaa@northeast.edu or call 402.844.7216.

Out & About in Native Nebraska

Enjoy a day out in the fields and woods! We will walk and talk about the plants we encounter and make fresh nettles vinegar to take home. We will meet at the Northeast Community College O'Neill Extended Campus, and we will drive approximately 15 miles to Page for the class. Bring a sack lunch and a beverage, and wear comfortable walking shoes.

P.O.P. Driver Training

This is a Provisional Operators Permit Driver Training course. Individuals need to be 14-17 years old. Students will acquire the basic skills to operate a vehicle. Bring Learner's or School permit first day of class. 20 hours of classroom and at least 6 hours of driving are required. The book is provided for the class. Please contact Donna Andrew with questions (402)844-7216 or donnaa@northeast.edu. May 3-6 class held in room 40 at Norfolk Public High School, Sat. 8-4 pm, Sun. 1-6 pm, Mon. and Tues. 5:30-9 pm. The driving experience will be arranged with the student. June 2-7 class held in UTIL 116 at Northeast campus, Mon.-Fri. 4-7:30 pm, Sat.8-12 pm. The driving experience will be arranged with the student.

Professional Truck Driving

Northeast Community College's Professional Truck Driver Training program is an intensive six-week course scheduled from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Also, around the fifth week of class students go for night drives and long runs. This entails being gone for a week, overnights and 14 hours days. Students will learn to operate articulated vehicles in a training environment that includes driving on city streets, two-lane, and interstate highways. Tuition and fees for six-week program are $1,995. Books and training materials are not included.



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