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New Students who wish to register for BESL classes need to take the English Placement test at the Assessment Center on the main campus (250 Rutherford Ave.) in Room B118, before registering for classes. 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. Please go to the Assessment Center in B118 to avoid placement issues.

Registration Instructions

Download the Corporate and Community Education Spring 2020 Catalog PDF

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.


Basic English Speak/Listen & Read/WriteBLL-001E$389

This introductory course is for non-native speakers who want to begin learning English. 
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BLL-001E-S1
Feb 1-
May 17
Saturday8:15-11:55 a.m.Jean-Dany Joachim2

Speak/Listen & Read/Write Level 1BSL-001E$389

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.  
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BSL-001E_S1
Jan 27-
May 17
Saturday8:15-11:55 a.m.Kristi Talagan12

Speak/Listen/Read/Write llBSL-002E$389

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.  
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BSL-002E_04
Jan 31-
May 15
Friday8-11:40 a.m.Alessandro Massaro9
BSL-002E_S2
Feb 1-
May 16
Saturday12-3:40 p.m.Joseph Sanchez7

Speak/Listen & Read/Write Level IIIBSL-003E$389

This Level 3 class offers an integrated-skills approach to learning English. Students will read longer articles and make short presentations. They will further develop their English language proficiency in grammar and vocabulary through reading, writing and discussion in the context of varying themes.
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BSL-003E_03
Jan 31-
May 15
Friday11:30 a.m.-3:10 p.m.TBA10
BSL-003E_S1
Feb 1-
May 17
Saturday8-11:40 a.m.Laura Rancatore6
BSL-003E_S2
Feb 1-
May 16
Saturday12-3:40 p.m.Dmitriy Nikolayev10

Speak/Listen and Read/Write Level 4 BSL-004E$389

In BSL-004, students will continue developing the primary skills they learned in BSL-001 through BSL-003. We’ll strengthen writing skills using techniques such as writing multiple drafts, revising, editing and proofreading. The course will prepare students to deliver oral presentations to large groups using visual aids, secondary sources and level-appropriate vocabulary. Students will read articles, hold in-class discussions and debates, work in groups and write reflections in order to interact naturally in English.  This class offers considerable practice with pronunciation and accent modification.
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BSL-004E-S1
Feb 1-
May 16
Saturday12-3:40 p.m.Kristi Talagan5

SHRM Essentials of HR ManagementBSN-124AE$719

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.  
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BSN-124AE_H1
Apr 9-
May 7
Thursday6-9 p.m.Kathleen Enright30

Society for Human Resource Mgt Global Learning SystemBSN-124E$1,365

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. 
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BSN-124E_SS1
Feb 29-
May 9
Saturday9 a.m.-3 p.m.James Fitzgerald24
BSN-124E_T1
Feb 11-
Apr 28
Tuesday6-9 p.m.Kathleen Enright20

The Learning System for Pmp Exam Preparation BSN-126E$1,365

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.  
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BSN-126E_S1
Mar 7-
May 9
Saturday9 a.m.-1 p.m.TBA20

Advanced Microsoft ExcelCPT-204BE$119

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)  
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CPT-204BE_H1
Apr 7-
May 9
Tuesday6-9 p.m.TBA20

Intensive English-BeginnerEMC-001E$639

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.
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EMC-001E_13
Feb 11-
Mar 6
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Irina Morgunova15
EMC-001E_14
Feb 11-
Feb 21
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Irina Morgunova15
EMC-001E_15
Feb 25-
Mar 6
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Irina Morgunova15
EMC-001E_21
Mar 24-
May 8
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Irina Morgunova15
EMC-001E_22
Mar 24-
Apr 10
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Irina Morgunova15
EMC-001E_23
Apr 14-
May 8
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Irina Morgunova15
EMC-001E_24
Apr 14-
Apr 24
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Irina Morgunova15
EMC-001E_25
Apr 28-
May 8
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Irina Morgunova15

Intensive English-High BeginnerEMC-002E$639

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.
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EMC-002E_13
Feb 11-
Mar 6
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA15
EMC-002E_14
Feb 11-
Feb 21
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA15
EMC-002E_15
Feb 25-
Mar 6
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA15
EMC-002E_21
Mar 24-
May 8
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday11 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA15
EMC-002E_21
Mar 24-
May 8
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9-11 a.m.TBA15
EMC-002E_21
Mar 24-
May 8
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday11 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA15
EMC-002E_21
Mar 24-
May 8
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9-11 a.m.TBA15
EMC-002E_22
Mar 24-
Apr 10
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA15
EMC-002E_23
Apr 14-
May 8
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-12 p.m.TBA15
EMC-002E_24
Apr 14-
Apr 24
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA15
EMC-002E_25
Apr 28-
May 8
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA15

Intensive English-IntermediateEMC-003E$639

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.  
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EMC-003E_13
Feb 11-
Mar 6
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA15
EMC-003E_14
Feb 11-
Feb 21
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA15
EMC-003E_15
Feb 25-
Mar 6
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA15
EMC-003E_21
Mar 24-
May 8
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA14
EMC-003E_22
Mar 24-
Apr 10
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA15
EMC-003E_23
Apr 14-
May 8
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA15
EMC-003E_24
Apr 14-
Apr 24
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA15
EMC-003E_25
Apr 28-
May 8
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA15

Intensive English-High IntermediateEMC-004E$639

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.  
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EMC-004E_13
Feb 11-
Mar 6
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Roberto Villegas15
EMC-004E_14
Feb 11-
Feb 21
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Roberto Villegas15
EMC-004E_15
Feb 25-
Mar 6
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Roberto Villegas15
EMC-004E_21
Mar 24-
May 8
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Roberto Villegas15
EMC-004E_22
Mar 24-
Apr 10
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Roberto Villegas15
EMC-004E_23
Apr 14-
May 8
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Roberto Villegas15
EMC-004E_24
Apr 14-
Apr 24
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Roberto Villegas15
EMC-004E_25
Apr 28-
May 8
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9 a.m.-2 p.m.Roberto Villegas15

Intensive English for Au Pairs-IntermediateEMC-005E$639

Level 5: 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.
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EMC-005E_02
Mar 28-
May 10
Saturday, Sunday9 a.m.-3 p.m.TBA15

Intensive English for Au Pairs-High IntermediateEMC-006E$639

Level 6: 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.  
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EMC-006E_02
Mar 28-
May 10
Saturday, Sunday9 a.m.-3 p.m.TBA15
EMC-006E_12
Feb 22-
Mar 8
Saturday, Sunday9 a.m.-3 p.m.TBA15

Digital Media StorytellingFSR-113AE$185

Do you have a story to tell? In this workshop you will learn development, post-production and delivery techniques to help you capture and enhance your stories. You’ll learn to generate research and develop a good idea, introduce narrative development and storytelling and learn editing technology skills.
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FSR-113AE_W1
Apr 1-
May 6
Wednesday6-8:30 p.m.TBA20

Hiset Preparation Course (formerly GED)GED-104AE$245

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. Students will use textbooks/workbooks and calculators (cost not included in course fee). There is also a separate fee for testing.
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GED-104AE_S1
Mar 7-
May 9
Saturday9 a.m.-1 p.m.TBA20
GED-104AE_T1
Feb 4-
Apr 2
Tuesday, Thursday6-8:30 p.m.Lisasa Opuka13

Beginning Spanish IILNG-400AE$135

Continuing LNG-400e, Beginning Spanish II furthers the acquisition of basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills within a cultural framework. 
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LNG-400AE_S1
Apr 18-
May 23
Saturday12-3 p.m.TBA20

Beginning Spanish ILNG-400E$135

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. 
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LNG-400E_S1
Feb 22-
Apr 4
Saturday12-3 p.m.TBA20

Osha Outreach TrainingNON-070E$205

The OSHA Outreach Training Program provides workers with basic and more advanced training about common safety and health hazards on the job. Students received an OSHA 10-hour or 30-hour course completion card at the end of the training. 
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NON-070E_N02
Apr 4-
Apr 11
Saturday9 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA20

Phlebotomy Technician ProgramNON-855E$2,059

90 hours plus 50 clinical externship hours Phlebotomists are employed throughout the healthcare system— and the demand for phlebotomy technicians is higher than ever! Complement your CNA certificate with this non-credit Phlebotomy Technician Program, which prepares you to collect blood and other specimens from clients for laboratory analysis. The course covers process and procedures; safety protocols, quality assurance and precautions; venipuncture skills; terminology; and related anatomy and physiology. The program also includes a clinical externship opportunity to learn the profession in the field. After completing the program, you’ll be able to pursue the National Health Career Association (AHA) Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) Exam. Classes located in Chelsea Campus room 401. 
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NON-855E_N01
Feb 18-
May 21
Tuesday, Thursday6-9:30 p.m.TBA20

EKG Technician ProgramNON-856E$1,235

Reach your full potential as a CNA nurse with this Electrocardiograph (EKG) certification program! Intended for licensed CNA nurses or those pursuing their CNA certificate, this course covers anatomy and physiology of the heart, medical disease processes, medical terminology, medical ethics, legal aspects of patient contact, electrocardiography and stress testing. You’ll also gain practice with EKG equipment through hands-on labs. After the successful completion of this program, students will be prepared to sit for the American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians (ASPT) Certified Electrocardiograph (EKG) Technician (CET) exam.
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NON-856E_N01
Mar 23-
May 11
Monday, Wednesday6-9:30 p.m.TBA20

Dental Assisting Program with Clinical ExternshipNON-900E$1,445

This program familiarizes students with all areas of pre-clinical dental assisting and provide training in the professional skills required to function as an assistant in the dental practice. Topics include: history of dentistry and dental assisting; introduction to the dental office; the legal aspects of dentistry; policies and guidelines. 60 classroom hours + 40 clinical externship.
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NON-900E_01
Mar 23-
May 18
Monday, Wednesday6-9:30 p.m.TBA20

ServSafe Manager Food Safety Training (One-day)SLF-101E$205

Do you need to become ServSafe certified? If you serve food at your business, you must have a certified food manager working for you. ServSafe is the most highly regarded certificate in the food service industry. The State passed the Massachusetts Food Establishment Regulation in 2001. Recognized by more federal, state, and local jurisdictions than any other food safety certification, earning your ServSafe Food Manager Certification protects public health.  For Sections 01-04, it will be one day of class: four classroom hours and up to two hours for exam time. A proctored exam will be administered online using laptops that will be provided to you. You do not have to purchase a book. Instead, you will receive a downloadable PDF study Guide. 

ServSafe Manager Food Safety Training (Two-day) SLF-101E $155

For Section 06, the class is held over a two day period with each day being four hours in duration. The last two hours of day two will be dedicated to exam time. A proctored paper-based exam will be administered and your answer sheet will be mailed to ServSafe. You will be able to check your exam results one week after the exam. Upon passing, you will be able to download your certificate. Book purchase required. Visit www.servsafe.com and go to Login/Create Account Tab at the top to create your profile. Once you have done this, 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". Cost of book: $70.30. You must bring your book on the first day of class as your instructor will be using the book. Your book also contains the answer sheet that you will need for your paper-based exam. Please purchase this book at least a week ahead of the first course date in order to be sure of receiving it.
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SLF-101E-02
Feb 8
(one-day)
Saturday10 a.m.-4 p.m.TBA20
SLF-101E-03
Mar 7
(one-day)
Saturday10 a.m.-4 p.m.TBA20
SLF-101E-04
May 8
(one-day)
Friday3-9 p.m.TBA20
SLF-101E-06
Apr 18-
Apr 25
Saturday10 a.m.-2 p.m.TBA20

TOEFL PreparationTFL-101E$245

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 
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TFL-101E-T1
Mar 24-
May 19
Tuesday, Thursday6-8:30 p.m.TBA20

(TEAS) Prep For Reading And GrammarTRG-101E$155

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)
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TRG-101E_02
Mar 23-
Apr 28
Tuesday4-7 p.m.Lori Mazzarelli21

(TEAS) Prep for Math and ScienceTSG-101E$155

This course focuses on the math and science content of the Assessment Testing Institute® (ATI) TEAS® exam. Content. (Book cost is separate and can be purchased at the college bookstore, E- Building, 4th Floor)
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TSG-101E_02
Mar 25-
Apr 29
Wednesday4-7 p.m.TBA17

Basic BartendingWCE-301E$205

This class will present the basic principles of bar organization and equipment. Students will learn to serve drinks and cocktails properly as well as prepare frozen drinks and non-alcoholic beverages using state-of-the-art equipment. All class sessions will be conducted in a simulated bar environment. Each student will receive a certificate upon completing the course. 
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WCE-301E_M1
Apr 6-
May 11
Monday6-9 p.m.TBA19

Real Estate SalesWCE-473E$365

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. The class meets in H-Building.
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WCE-473E_01
Mar 23-
May 6
Monday, Wednesday6-9 p.m.TBA17