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202 Off Campus Education To provide quality education to service area residents, Lee College offers educational services for students who find it difficult to attend classes on the main campus. Instructors are selected from full-time faculty, outstanding area educa- tors, and other professional specialists. Off campus classes are held at off-site locations including: Lee College Huntsville Center Lee College provides degrees and certificates through the Texas Department of Criminal Justice-Institutional Division. Lee College at the McNair Center on I-10 Lee College offers cosmetology, non-credit health care, and other non-credit classes at the McNair Center located at 3555 I-10 in Baytown. Student services such as counseling, registration, and financial aid are offered on a posted sched- ule. For a list of classes being offered at the Center, refer to the credit and community education class schedules. For in- formation and schedules for student services offered at the Center, call 281.425.6384. Off-Campus Classes Classes are scheduled at various locations throughout the Lee College service area. Class offerings are based on the needs of each location, available equipment, and enroll- ment. Refer to the current class schedule for a list of avail- able classes. The Center for Workforce and Community Development Is located at: 909 Decker Drive Baytown, Texas Office Hours: Monday-Tuesday 7:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Wednesday 7:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m. Friday 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Phone Number: 281-425-6311 Fax Number: 281-425-6855 Website: http://www.lee.edu/workforce Email: workforce@lee.edu Corporate Services The Center's Department of Corporate Services provides workforce development assistance and customized training for corporate clients throughout the college's service area. Through this department, a highly talented team of staff fac- ulty, external consultants and industry advisors have been brought together to leverage their expertise and resources in order to advance the region's most important asset, its human capital. To serve the region's highest demand occu- pations, the Center has cultivated strong partnerships with companies specializing in the petrochemical, maritime and healthcare industries; however, the Center also serves the re- tail, finance, warehouse/ distribution and hospitality sectors, as well as works to meet the professional development needs of those working within school districts and non- profit organizations. Workforce/Industrial Training The Center's non-credit classes are designed to fulfill specific workforce training needs for individuals interested in devel- oping a skill to be prepared for the high-demand, high-skill and high-paying jobs of today. These classes provide train- ing for a career, including preparation for industry certifica- tion where appropriate. Students will master a workforce skill without taking entrance exams or enrolling in college credit courses. Programs vary in length and are offered in a non-traditional format with daytime, evening and weekend options. Programs offered are based on our local industries' immediate need and therefore may vary from semester to semester. FOUNDATION™ Certified Training Program Lee College is home to one of eight FOUNDATION™ Certi- fied Training Programs (FCTP) worldwide. FCTP means that your fieldbus training is taught at a Certified Training Site, by a Certified Instructor, using Certified Curriculum. Through the FCTP program training sites, curriculum, and instructors are all audited to ensure they meet program requirements. Certified training centers are required to maintain multiple FOUNDATION fieldbus hosts and devices onsite in order to demonstrate competence with fieldbus technology. They must also demonstrate to auditors that their course material adheres to set instructional standards. FCTP ensures that you are working with someone possess- ing a strong knowledge of Foundation technology princi- ples, a consistent understanding of fieldbus fundamentals and a proven ability to implement fieldbus-based control systems. Beginning automation students are able to identify colleges, universities and other facilities offering a certified Foundation educational curriculum. After graduating, they will be able to present official FCTP certificates to potential employers. Existing automation professionals completing certified courses can expand their job skills and employment value within their companies.

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