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spring 2014 Noncredit Classes

Registration begins Monday, Dec. 9

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OFFICE INFORMATION Santa Fe Community College www.sfcc.edu 6401 Richards Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87508-4887 Phone: 505-428-1000 Fax: 505-428-1468

Continuing Education Registration: 505-428-1270 Phone: 505-428-1676 Fax: 505-428-1302 Office hours: Mondays through Fridays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Staff Gordon Fluke, Director of Continuing Education Deborah Carr, Program Manager Sylvia Chacon, Administrative Assistant Campus Safety & Security 505-428-1224 or cell 505-690-1477 Facilities/conference space rental For information on prices and availability, call 505-428-1675.

Campus Closures For the most up-to-date information, call the Weather Watch Line, 505-428-1716, check the website at www. sfcc.edu or sign up for SFCC text message and email alerts at www.getrave.com/login/sfcc Monday, March 17 through Sunday, March 23, 2014 (Spring Break) Friday, April 18 through Sunday, April 20 (Spring Holiday)

REGISTRATION INFORMATION on page 53

Students With Disabilities If you have a documented disability and require assistance in class, please call or visit the Office of Disability Services for coordination of your accommodations. The office is located in room LL313. The phone number is 505-428-1455.

Santa fe community college Governing Board J. Chris Abeyta, Chair Linda S. Siegle, Vice Chair Dr. Andrea B. Bermúdez, Secretary Kathy Keith, Member Martha Romero, Member Acting President: Randy Grissom SFCC is a public institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission with membership in the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

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Contents Personal enrichment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Crafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Creative Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Fitness and Wellness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Home and Garden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Kids’ Stuff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Leisure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Personal Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Money Matters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Southwest Explorations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28  orkforce Development & W SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGy . . . . . . . . . . Workplace Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Green Building and Energy Efficiency . . . . . Weatherization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  ROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT . . . . . . . . P Business and Professional Skills . . . . . . . . . . Grantsmanship Training Program . . . . . . . . Computer Skills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Computer Classes for Digital Imaging . . . . . Computer Classes for the Mac . . . . . . . . . . Computers for the Inexperienced . . . . . . . . Computers For The Web . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Health Care Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Small Business Development Center Workshops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Planetarium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42  ocial media strategist s certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Online classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Online Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Noncredit Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 campus map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55  online classes

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DIRECTOR’S LETTER Welcome to Spring 2014! As we began to plan this schedule back in the summer last year, we knew we wanted to add classes that you would find exciting and fun. We hope we have succeeded. Inside these pages is a dynamic series of offerings for lifelong learners. Along with favorites, we have added many new classes that you’ll find marked with a star (ê). We believe there is something for everyone inside our schedule. The number of Santa Feans taking our Ed2Go classes has increased this year. More people than ever are discovering the ease and fun of online learning. We offer more than 250 classes from Ed2Go, so if you have an interest and you don’t find it in our printed schedule, please be sure to check out www.Ed2Go.com/sfccnm. A sampling of Ed2Go classes are sprinkled throughout the schedule – spotlighted with a mouse icon near the title. Along with the staff and our wonderful faculty, I wish you a terrific year of learning, growing and changing. We wish you every success in the classroom and in life, Best wishes, Gordon Fluke, MFA, Certified Program Planner (CPP) Director of Continuing Education

do you love sfcc? Help it Thrive with a Gift to the SFCC Foundation Your gift of $25 becomes $50 which puts food on the shelves of the SFCC Campus Cupboard – a free food pantry for SFCC students experiencing food insecurity. Please join Santa Fe Community College Foundation by helping students receive the assistance they need to complete their education. Students struggling to improve their lives through education while paying bills and supporting a family can find themselves experiencing food insecurity. The SFCC Campus Cupboard helps more than 170 students and their 530 dependents each year stay healthy and stay in school. For every dollar you give, the SFCC Foundation will receive an additional dollar in funding. With each donation, we double the number of students who will receive this important support. Every dollar counts. By giving $25, $50, $100, $1,000 — whatever amount you can — you help keep the doors open to education and opportunity for our students. We know you share our conviction that nothing is more important to the success of an individual than education. Please take a moment to show your support by calling 505-428-1704 to make a payment by Visa or MasterCard. Or if you prefer to donate by check, please send your gift to:

Santa Fe Community College Foundation 6401 Richards Ave. Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508-4887 Santa Fe Community College Foundation is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization and contributions are tax-deductible according to tax laws.

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Personal enrichment

Art

Santa Fe is a town where creativity is abundant. Whether you have been painting all your life, or moved to town to discover your inner artist, Continuing Education has many classes where you can learn to express yourself. Note to students, if you are working for a degree, Continuing Education courses are noncredit. Some of the classes provide all of the supplies; others require you to purchase materials. All supply lists are available online.

Call 505-428-1270 to register.

Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain Retrace your steps to the days when it was fun to play with art supplies and just make something all your own. “Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain” means picking up a pencil, doing a series of simple, low-stress exercises and turning it all into hours of satisfying, deeply meditative activity. Watch yourself progress, week after week, from basic student to someone who will want a sketchbook firmly in hand. Tuesday, 6 to 9 p.m., Feb. 4, 6 wks. Course #AT307 01/CRN 30517 John St. Peter, Fee $129

Drawing and Painting Spring Flowers Flower lovers and artists alike can plant potted bulbs a few weeks before the class starts. Bulbs such as paper white narcissus, amaryllis, tulips, and crocuses do well. Bring specimens to class, and we’ll draw different stages of growth throughout the session. Exercises build drawing skills, and strengthen skills by observing plant structure, and drawing with different media such graphite, ink, and water color. In-class demonstrations include lighting a specimen, drawing from living subject and learning to create sense of dimension. Beginner and experienced participants are welcome. No class March 21 and April 18.

Life Drawing Studio This class is for those with some nude-figure drawing experience who are ready to move to the next level. After a series of brief warm-up gestures, the model maintains one long pose for the duration of the session, giving you time to develop your drawings and focus on aspects of the figure that give you trouble. Short slide presentations are part of the course. Personalized critiques focus on accuracy of gesture, proportion and artistic anatomy. Kevin Gorges has studied art in the U.S. and abroad and has taught in Ireland and Italy.

Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., March 7, 6 sessions. Course #AT302 01/CRN 30917 Lisa Coddington, Fee $149

Wednesday, 6:30 to 9 p.m., April 2, 6 wks. Course # AT 314 01/CRN 31677 Kevin Gorges, Fee $145

Beginning Drawing Explore drawing in a supportive environment where creativity is encouraged. Learn basic skills for drawing from life, incorporating both traditional and contemporary methods. Several approaches to drawing will be covered, which include using pencil, conté crayon and colored pencils. Demonstrations, art history and critiques enhance the work done in class. John St. Peter has a Master of Fine Arts degree.

Charcoal Landscape Drawing Produce drawings that look like the scene you’re viewing. Learn techniques to use charcoal and plastic erasers like broad-stroke brushes that sweep across the paper similar to painting a landscape in oil or watercolor. Not only an exciting way to produce powerful black and white drawings, but this style also mimics oil and watercolor painting. Only a few inexpensive materials are needed. Michael McGuire is a professional artist and illustrator in Santa Fe.

Tuesday, 6 to 9 p.m., March 25, 8 wks. Course #AT303 01/CRN 30271 John St. Peter, Fee $129

Saturday, 12:30 to 4:30 p.m., Feb. 15, 4 wks. Course #AT313 01/CRN 30978 Michael McGuire, Fee $155

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Personal Enrichment Acrylics at Night Are you a beginning artist interested in working with acrylic paints and mediums? This class is for you. Structured assignments and demonstrations help you explore the use of liquid mediums, solid gels and opaque pastes. Color mixing, composition and surface preparation are also covered. All skill levels welcome. An art supply list is available upon request. Jakki Kouffman has been an acrylic specialist for more than 20 years. Thursday, 6 to 9 p.m., Feb. 6, 6 wks. Course #AT319 01/CRN 30514 Jakki Kouffman, Fee $165 Thursday, 6 to 9 p.m., March 27, 7 wks. Course #AT319 02/CRN 30515 Jakki Kouffman, Fee $185 Beginning Acrylic Painting Are you a beginning artist interested in working with acrylic paints and mediums? This class is for you. Experienced artists interested in adding acrylic to their repertoire of major media will also find this course useful. Structured assignments and demonstrations help you explore the use of liquid mediums, solid gels and opaque pastes. Color mixing, composition and surface preparation are also covered. No experience is required. An art supply list is available upon request. Jakki Kouffman has been an acrylic specialist for more than 20 years. Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Feb. 5, 6 wks. Course #AT320 01/CRN 30238 Jakki Kouffman, Fee $165 Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., March 26, 7 wks. Course #AT320 02/CRN 31117 Jakki Kouffman, Fee $185 Fun With Watercolor I Get introduced to the fundamentals of making beautiful watercolors in this class. Learn how to use paint, brushes and paper to create easy and fun effects that excite and entertain. All the basic techniques of paint application and tool usage are covered, as well as professional strategies for starting, executing and finishing paintings. Have lots of fun with watercolors while learning professional-quality techniques. Michael McGuire is an accomplished artist and teacher in Santa Fe. Wednesday, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., Feb. 5, 6 wks. Course #AT325 01/CRN 30256 Michael McGuire, Fee $165

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Fun With Watercolor II The beauty and challenge of painting in transparent watercolor can now be explored in this continuation of the “Fun With Watercolor” course. Any painter who has some experience in watercolor is welcome to join this class, which explores professional-quality techniques, composition possibilities and advanced strategies for beautiful watercolors. Wednesday, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., March 26, 6 wks. Course #AT328 01/CRN 30509 Michael McGuire, Fee $165 Encaustic Painting Beginners and experienced artists in encaustic painting learn the basics and to explore with this unique and exciting material. Learn how to make encaustic medium, colors, and to incorporate mixed media and collage into your work. You will explore many different techniques for painting with wax. The focus is on learning to integrate encaustic painting into your personal artistic expression. Carrie Ronneau has a degree in Interior Design and studies encaustic with Ellen Koment. Wednesday, 6 to 9 p.m., March 26, 7 wks. Course #AT330 01/CRN 31604 Carrie Ronneau, Fee $185 Pour Painting This class is for students who want to express their creativity but lack art skills. Paint in oils and use gravity to move the paint. Colors blend naturally as they come into contact with each other. Students may complete up to three paintings. No previous experience is required. A love of color, getting messy and having fun will be assets in this class. No class March 21. Friday, 1 to 4 p.m., Feb. 14, 8 sessions. Course #AT334 01/CRN 30853 Lorraine Edge-Castillo, Fee $159

“Wonderful class. Great energy! Lorraine is a great instructor. Nice mixture of instruction and freedom to do our own work.”

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Personal enrichment Acrylic Abstract Painting This course is an investigation of abstract painting using fluid and gel mediums. Employing tools such as painting knives and squeegees, as well as brushes, the class experiments with transparent effects, including layering, on various types of surfaces. Structured weekly assignments bring together information about value, color and composition with abstract approaches to acrylic. No drawing or painting experience is necessary – just an open mind. Jakki Kouffman has shown her work and taught painting around the country for more than 20 years. Wednesday, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., Feb. 5, 6 wks. Course #AT336 01/CRN 30969 Jakki Kouffman, Fee $165 Wednesday, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., March 26, 7 wks. Course #AT336 02/CRN 31119 Jakki Kouffman, Fee $185 Painting With Creativity Process painting is a journey into creativity at its source. It is helpful for those experiencing burnout or transitions in their work or simply longing for more creativity. Process painting raises your level of creativity which opens up a freedom from judgements or analyzing. Using inexpensive materials, we paint without concern for skill or artistic merit. All supplies are provided by the instructor. This class is suitable for an experienced artist or the novice. Deborah Purdy has a Master of Art in Art Therapy from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Friday, Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., May 2, 2 days. Course #AT340 01/CRN 31118 Deborah Purdy, Fee $175 Outdoor Sketching Workshop Enjoy the sights and sounds of Santa Fe while sketching in the open air. Learn quick sketching techniques using a variety of media. Instructor demonstrations, experimentation and coaching encourage students. Basic drawing concepts including perspective, shading and texture will be reviewed. Beginners and more advanced students are welcome. Lisa Flynn is a Santa Fe artist and owner of Milagro Design. No class April 19. Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, April 5, 4 sessions. Course #AT341 01/CRN 31116 Lisa Flynn, Fee $115

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êA lchemy of Mixed Media This workshop is dedicated to the alchemy of materials. You begin with idea-generating techniques on paper, then move to surfaces using handmade gesso on wood panels. Pencils, pastel, watercolor, gouche, acrylics and binders collage into something larger. Exercises and demonstrations provide new approaches to technique and process. Group discussions and critiques are held to discuss the practical and the philosophical. Stimulate your muse or expand your art practices in this workshop. No experience is necessary. Lauren Mantecon is represented by the William and Joseph Gallery in Santa Fe, and has taught for the University of Portland. No class March 18. Tuesday, 6 to 9 p.m., Feb. 25, 6 sessions. Course #AT342 01/CRN 30777 Lauren Mantecon, Fee $159 Water-Based Monoprints Due to its immediacy and painterly qualities, monoprint is highly rewarding for artists who don’t want to be encumbered by complicated technical processes. The class works exclusively with water-based media. These new methods eliminate the need for solvents and makes clean-up a snap. Explore a variety of approaches to the monoprint, including additive and subtractive methods and chine colle, the application of thin, decorative papers. Grace Mayer has an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania and has been making prints in Santa Fe for many years. Saturday, and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., March 29, 2 days. Course #AT353 01/CRN 31603 Grace Mayer, Fee $99

êD rawn and Stop Motion Animation This is an exciting opportunity to learn traditional drawn and stop motion animation techniques to use in film and video projects. Animation created in class are edited into a short film or incorporated into a feature film project. The class combines drawing, painting and sculpting along with simple fabrication, camera work, lighting techniques and software applications to create original content and film projects. Any still camera or even a camera phone can be used to generate animations. Gene Mederos is a writer and filmmaker. His most recent short is “Psyche Ascending.” Friday, 6 to 9 p.m., March 7 and 14; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., March 8 and 15, 4 sessions. Course #AT364 01/CRN 31605 Gene Mederos, Fee $129

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Personal Enrichment Guerrilla Filmmaking and Distribution ê This class covers making a low-budget, or even no-budget film or video. Learn to make a film from pre-production through publicizing and releasing the finished movie. The entire filmmaking process is distilled down to its most important components, focusing primarily on guerrilla techniques, do-it-yourself approaches and quick low-cost solutions to common road blocks. Jon Moritsugu is an independent filmmaker with many awards from film festivals around the world. Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Feb. 22, 2 wks. Course #AT366 01/CRN 31606 Jon Moritsugu, Fee $139 Introduction To Coreldraw X5 – Online  Let CorelDRAW X5 unleash your creative genius! Whether you’re a crafter, student, or professional graphic artist, this software is the perfect choice for your graphic design needs. CorelDRAW is easy to learn, and you’ll be amazed at the professional results you can achieve right from the start. In addition, you’ll learn how to turn plain photographs into brilliant works of art. So get ready to release the pent-up Picasso inside you! Start Dates: Jan. 15, Feb. 19, Mar. 19, Apr. 16, May 21 www.ed2go.com/sfccnm

Crafts

Enthusiasm and a desire to learn something new are the only requirements for our crafts classes. Continuing Education students learn new skills and make crafts to give as gifts or keep for themselves. If there is a supply list, it may be found on the website after the course title under “Syllabus Available.”

Call 505-428-1270 to register. The Art of Papermaking This workshop focuses on papermaking basics. Make paper using a western mold and deckle and master sheet formation with abaca fiber. Add plant material of your choice for color and texture to liven up the abaca sheets. At the end of the day, you have handmade paper for many applications including bookbinding, drawing, painting and more. Jacqueline Mallegni is an Abiquiu-based papermaker. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Feb. 15, 1 day. Course #CR305 01/CRN 30920 Jacqueline Mallegni, Fee $55

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Calligraphy and Lettering Arts Learn the art of beautiful writing using the simplest of tools, a chisel-pointed pen nib and ink. Practice the lower and upper case letterforms of italic writing. This hands-on course allows you to explore pen, ink and paper while practicing techniques. Finish class with your own samplers to keep and practice. Taught by professional calligrapher Sherry Bishop. Monday, 6 to 8 p.m., March 24, 4 wks. Course #CR307 01/CRN 30776 Sherry Bishop, Fee $99 Clay: Throwing on the Pottery Wheel In a friendly environment, learn the basics of how to use the pottery wheel to make functional pots. Learn everything from wedging the clay and centering on the wheel, to how to trim, finish and glaze your cups, mugs, bowls and other objects. Students are encouraged to repeat the class and build their skills of throwing on the wheel. Adele Devalcourt is a graduate of the University of Louisiana. No class March 22. Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Feb. 22, 7 sessions. Course #CR314 01/CRN 30330 Adele Devalcourt, Fee $179 –Anonymous

“This class was very fun and informative. Will take again.”

Beginning Sewing I — Pants and Skirts This four-week course introduces basic sewing concepts. Learn to operate basic machinery and understand assembly and construction techniques while completing a skirt or pants. This course can help students interested in fashion design prepare to move into the credit program at SFCC. Elizabeth Harris has many years of experience in teaching both beginning and advanced students. Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Feb. 22, 4 wks. Course #CR330 01/CRN 30318 Elizabeth Harris, Fee $89 Advanced Sewing — Shirts In this continuation of basic sewing, learn the basics of garment construction by cutting, fitting and assembling a shirt. Construction techniques for sleeves and collars are demonstrated. This course, coupled with “Beginning Sewing I,” can help students interested in fashion design prepare to move into the credit program at SFCC. Elizabeth Harris has many years of experience in teaching both beginning and advanced students. No class April 19. Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., April 5, 4 sessions. Course #CR331 01/CRN 30858 Elizabeth Harris, Fee $89 C ON T I N U I NG E DU C AT ION ADU LT C OU RSE S SPRI NG 2 0 14

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Personal enrichment Make a Pattern From a Garment Is your favorite garment worn out? Have you found the perfect outfit and wish you had another just like it? Come learn how to make a paper pattern from your favorite clothing without taking it apart. This course demonstrates tools and techniques of beginning pattern making. Basic sewing knowledge is required. Elizabeth Harris has been sewing for 25 years. During the past eight years, she has been teaching at SFCC and operating her own customsewing business.

Earrings, Earrings, Earrings Design and create various earrings using wire, pins and beads in a variety of colors and shapes. You will also learn bead-weaving and fringe techniques to make intricate earrings. No beading experience is required. All materials are included in the course fee.

Tuesday, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., April 8, 1 day. Course #CR339 01/CRN 31639 Elizabeth Harris, Fee $45

Start Your Own Arts And Crafts Business – Online If you have an art or a craft, starting your own home-based or small business is course for you! You’ll learn how to start your own business from a professional artist. You’ll discover how to find your niche within your chosen craft and how to create your own unique business identity. You’ll also discover how to price your work effectively so you can set yourself up for success.

Basic Crochet Here’s a stress-free guide to learning about crochet. Learn basic crochet terms, patterns and instructions to complete simple projects. You don’t need many supplies to get started, and projects will be covered during the course. Toni Sylvia began crocheting in 2005 and now sells her work on etsy.com. No class March 18. Tuesday, 6 to 8 p.m., Feb. 18, 6 sessions. Course #CR342 01/CRN 31648 Toni Sylvia, Fee $89 Basic Wire Wrapping Learn or improve your wire wrapping skills by linking and attaching bead clusters with wire and pins. Colorful beads, crystals and pearls are provided to create your own unique earrings and chains. All supplies are provided in class but students must bring their own tools. Claudia Chavez sells her beautiful work in the Santa Fe Spanish Market and on the plaza. Wednesday, 6 to 8:30 p.m., March 5, 2 wks. Course #CR344 01/CRN 31592 Claudia Chavez, Fee $55 Silver Jewelry Using Metal Clay Silver metal clay is an exciting material that looks, feels and acts like clay. When heated, the binder and water burn away to leave 99 percent pure silver. Practice firing with a small butane torch, an easy process that takes just minutes. Experienced artists will find this material fascinating, but no previous experience is needed. Leave class with finished jewelry! You’ll learn the basics in one day, and be able to begin on your own. Iliana Carrillo is a senior art clay instructor certified by Art Clay World USA and a certified artisan through the Precious Metal Clay National Guild.

Wednesday, 6 to 8:30 p.m., April 2, 2 wks. Course #CR354 01/CRN 30810 Claudia Chavez, Fee $55

Start Dates: Jan. 15, Feb. 19, Mar. 19, Apr. 16, May 21 www.ed2go.com/sfccnm Beginning Tinworking The art of tinwork has been practiced in many parts of the country and throughout the world. New Mexican tinwork has a unique style influenced by generations of craftspeople. This course introduces the tools used in traditional New Mexico tinworking. Learn punching, cutting and embossing techniques while working from start to finish on pieces of your own. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., March 1, 3 wks. Course #CR357 01/CRN 30281 Richard Gabriel Jr., Fee $129 Advanced Tinworking Improve your basic tinworking skills by learning advanced techniques, including embossing, glass work and patina. Practice these techniques while working on your own advanced project. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., March 29, 3 wks. Course #CR358 01/CRN 31590 Richard Gabriel Jr., Fee $129

Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 30, 1 day. Course #CR345 01/CRN 30280 Iliana Carrillo, Fee $169

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Personal Enrichment Tin Valentine The Tin Man traveled down the perilous yellow-brick road to get a heart. This valentine class is much easier. Work with noted artisan Richard Gabriel to create a wonderful tin valentine that your loved one will cherish. No previous experience is needed to create a beautiful tinwork that declares the love in your heart. Wednesday, 6 to 9 p.m., Feb. 12, 1 day. Course #CR359 01/CRN 30282 Richard Gabriel Jr., Fee $35 Tin Birdhouse/Tin Bird Feeder With the guidance of tinworker Richard Gabriel, create your own bird feeder or birdhouse in this lively one-day workshop. The results will be an attractive addition to your garden and landscape. Tinwork is a Santa Fe tradition that has been handed down for generations. Join in the fun with Gabriel, one of SFCC’s most popular teachers. Wednesday, 6 to 9 p.m., April 16, 1 day. Course #CR362 01/CRN 30646 Richard Gabriel Jr., Fee $39 Clay Hand-Building Explore hand-building in clay as an alternative way of making functional and sculptural ceramic art. Students learn the basic construction processes such as pinch pots, coils, slabs and a variety of decorative and finishing techniques. Individual projects are pursued with assistance from the instructor. No class March 21. Friday, 10 to 1 p.m., Feb. 21, 7 sessions. Course #CR375 01/CRN 30736 Adele Devalcourt, Fee $179 Sharpening Woodworking Tools Beginners and more advanced woodworkers will want to brush up their skills in this intensive sharpening session. We will cover grinding, honing and final polishing to create razor sharp edges on your new or used chisels, plane irons and other edge tools. Students will have an opportunity to experiment with a variety of sharpening methods to get your woodworking tools in top shape. Bring your tools and we’ll get to work. Sunday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., March 30, 1 day. Course #CR377 01/CRN 30919 Douglas Jones, Fee $59

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Decorative Painting with Milk Paint Milk paint is a durable, non-fading, non-toxic, water-based paint that adheres beautifully to porous surfaces such as wood. Rich earth colors can be used to highlight traditional as well as contemporary designs. This workshop covers preparing the surface, mixing and applying milk paint, burnishing, texturing and other decorative techniques and clear coating. In addition to samples, students finish a wooden coat hanger. Doug Jones has a Master of Fine Arts degree from Rhode Island School of Design and exhibits around the United States. Sunday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., April 27, 1 day. Course #CR396 01/CRN 30918 Douglas Jones, Fee $59

Cooking

With today’s rising food prices, now is the perfect time to learn to cook well. All the ingredients are included in the course fee and frequently there are leftovers to take home. Imagine, no shopping! Nothing brings people together like delicious food.

Call 505-428-1270 to register. High-Altitude Baking Are your cakes not rising? You are not alone. Baking in Santa Fe’s high altitude means taking science into account. Learn how to adjust formulas and ratios between rising agents, liquids and dry ingredients to produce quality cakes, pastries and cookies that fill your home with the aroma of fresh-baked goods. This class is perfect for beginners and experienced bakers. All materials are included. Melissa Dominguez has studied cooking locally and in Europe. Most recently, she was the Executive Chef at the Santa Fe Opera. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., May 3, 1 day. Course #CK302 01/CRN 30648 Melissa Dominguez, Fee $75 A Taste of Japan ê Join chef Margo Taylor in this exploration into the exotic world of Japanese cuisine. You will be guided to make contemporary versions of traditional Japanese dishes. Sticky rice, wasabi, sushi and exotic, subtle deserts are part of the Japanese flavors that you’ll add to your cooking repertoire. Margo Taylor is in the Culinary Arts program at SFCC, and has been cooking privately and at Las Cosas for many years. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., March 8, 1 day. Course #CK351 01/CRN 31640 Margo Taylor, Fee $75 C ON T I N U I NG E DU C AT ION ADU LT C OU RSE S SPRI NG 2 0 14

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Personal enrichment êCh  inese Restaurant Favorites

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Learn to prepare Asian cuisine at home like they do in the best Chinese restaurants. Join chef Margo Chan Taylor, whose Chinese father instilled in her a love of all things Asian. This is a fun-filled, flavor-bursting, hands-on cooking class featuring a full menu from hot and sour soup, firecracker shrimp to desserts like Chinese almond cookies and ginger ice cream. Enjoy a mouth-watering class that will have you seeing pagodas and terra-cotta warriors in your dreams. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., March 29, 1 day. Course #CK352 01/CRN 31641 Margo Taylor, Fee $75

This course is terrific for your budget. There are no exotic ingredients to hunt down, only to use once and never again. These recipes were developed to be done with just a few ingredients and a small amount of time; from preparation to the table in approximately 20 minutes. Although speedy, there’s no lack of flavor to keep your tummy and family happy. Melissa Dominguez has studied cooking locally and in Europe. Most recently, she was the Executive Chef at the Santa Fe Opera.

Springtime in Italy ê Stimulate your palate while you learn chef Margo Taylor’s interpretation of savory Italian cuisine. Prepare a variety of dishes including spinach romano cheese torta, risotto, roast pork with garlic and grilled vegetables. Of course there is also a dessert!. Margo Taylor has been teaching cooking privately and at Las Cosas for 10 years. After working as a guest chef at restaurants around town, she is now working on her culinary certificate at SFCC. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., April 12, 1 day. Course #CK353 01/CRN 31642 Margo Taylor, Fee $75 Tapas! Tapas are appetizers that play a big role in Spanish cuisine. Learn to create a wide variety of tapas for your next party or event. They can be cold or warm and we will make both as we explore traditional dishes. Time allowing, try your hand at shrimp fritters, spicy sausage and cheese tortilla, ceviche, artichoke cakes with aioli, and empanadas. Melissa Dominguez has studied cooking locally and in Europe. Most recently, she was the Executive Chef at the Santa Fe Opera. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., May 17, 1 day. Course #CK359 01/CRN 31644 Melissa Dominguez, Fee $75 Tamales: Fun and Easy In Santa Fe, each generation teaches the next how to make tamales. These corn-husk wrapped treats can be filled with meat, cheese or vegetarian ingredients. Making tamales takes time and care in the kitchen and is terrific for getting families together. Newcomers and old-timers learn how to make this terrific Latin American dish with Santa Fe flair. Melissa Dominguez has studied cooking locally and in Europe. Most recently, she was the Executive Chef at the Santa Fe Opera. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., April 5, 1 day. Course #CK361 01/CRN 31645 Melissa Dominguez, Fee $75

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Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., May 10, 1 day. Course #CK365 01/CRN 31643 Melissa Dominguez, Fee $75

Creative Writing

SFCC has one of the longest-running creative writing programs in the region. Our talented faculty are writers themselves and know the ropes. Whether you are a beginning author or more advanced, try out a class or workshop.

Call 505-428-1270 to register. Start Writing Learn how to begin to express yourself. Whether you’re a seasoned writer or a novice, a blank page can seem intimidating. In this class, stunning examples, intriguing prompts and class discussions lead you gently into the realms of poetry, memoir and fiction. Write, read and be heard. Lauren Camp is a published poet and educator. She blogs daily about fine writing. Tuesday, 7 to 9 p.m., Feb. 4, 4 wks. Course #CO315 01/CRN 30660 Lauren Camp, Fee $99 Fast Flash Fiction Hone your writing skills for publication. Learn to whittle a fiction story down to its essential core through in-class writing, revision, small group critiques and reading contemporary flash fiction writers. The goal is to write one strong fiction piece from start to finish, edit, revise and send out for publication. Meg Tuite has been published in more than 100 journals and is the fiction editor for the Santa Fe Literary Review. Follow her blog at megtuite.wordpress.com. Wednesday, 6 to 8 p.m., March 26, 6 wks. Course #CO319 01/CRN 30812 Meg Tuite, Fee $79

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Personal Enrichment Very informative and an excellent start for writing memoirs. Safe environment for students who have little creative writing experience. –Carolyn Little

Write Your Memoir Don’t let those family stories get lost — write a memoir so your children and grandchildren know their legacy. Discover how to tap into and shape those long-forgotten memories to create the most poignant, revealing and entertaining anecdotes. Questions and writing prompts will aid you in putting together your life story. Join a safe and welcoming group of enthusiastic writers for in-class exercises and discussions that will help you communicate through your own unique voice and point of view. Lauren Camp has been on both sides of the desk — as a magazine editor and longtime freelance writer. Her work has been published in Ms., Food & Wine, and numerous other publications. Tuesday, 7 to 9 p.m., March 4, 2 wks. Course #CO321 01/CRN 30661 Lauren Camp, Fee $49 Nobel Prize Poets Twenty-one poets have won the Nobel Prize in Literature since 1901. Six winners are introduced in this course. Learn what makes their poetry and voices distinct. Focus on one poet through group discussions to examine representative poems. Among the poets studied are Rabindranath Tagore, William Butler Yeats, Juan Ramon Jimenez, T. S. Eliot, Gabriela Mistral and Pablo Neruda. Whether a lover of poetry or unsure about it, you will gain an appreciation for some of the greatest poetry. David Markwardt is a published poet and has a Master of Fine Arts degree in Poetry.

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But Didn’t Some would say they were robbed. Six major contributors to poetry are introduced in this course. Learn what makes their poetry and voices distinct. Focus on one poet through group discussions to examine representative poems. Among the poets studied are Robert Frost (who won four Pulitzer prizes,) Antonio Machado, Rainer Maria Rilke, Wallace Stevens, Anna Akhmatova and W. H. Auden. Come for wonderful poetry and for some playful speculation about why they should have won, but didn’t. David Markwardt is a published poet and has a Master of Fine Arts degree in Poetry. Thursday, 6 to 8 p.m., March 27, 7 wks. Course #CO324 01/CRN 31122 David Markwardt, Fee $115 Travel Writing Examine the delights, horrors and miracles of travel to places near and far through the creation of personal narratives. Discussions and writing assignments emphasize the essentials to travel writing: sensory evocation of place; awareness and appreciation of cultural differences; use of dialogue, metaphor and imagery to enrich your writing; and attention to basic writing techniques. Students complete a collection of essays on the topic of place and no previous writing experience is needed. Kate McCahill has an M.F.A. from Vermont College and has published in Best Women’s Travel Writing 2012. No class April 19.

Thursday, 6 to 8 p.m., Jan. 30, 7 wks. Course #CO322 01/CRN 30921 David Markwardt, Fee $115

Saturday, 10 a.m. to noon, Feb. 1, 6 wks. Course #CO344 01/CRN 31120

Re-Writing Gender Stories are what create history, and history is alive and kicking. Join us in a multi-media exploration through the contemporary landscape of gender sexuality. Use visual art, literature and film created by LGBTQ and gender variant artists as prompts to develop three-dimensional characters. Bring something you are already working on — or start something new. Let’s write stories that are as complex as we are. Everyone and all skill levels are welcome.

Kate McCahill, Fee $75

Wednesday, 6 to 9 p.m., April 2, 5 wks. Course #CO323 01/CRN 31580 Jessica Lawless and Twig Deluje, Fee $129

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Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., March 29, 6 sessions. Course #CO344 02/CRN 31121

Writing Short Stories Writing short stories is a fun, creative way to express yourself. With writer Natasha Nargis Lara, read and write short stories while exploring plot, dialogue, point of view and description. Writers are free to share their stories with the class. This class tends to fill up quickly, so early registration is encouraged. Tuesday, 6 to 8 p.m., April 1, 5 wks. Course #CO358 01/CRN 30662 Natasha Lara, Fee $69

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Personal enrichment Writing for Newspapers and Magazines ê This course gives you tools you need to get published in local, regional and even national publications. Learn how to find stories that sell and how to approach editors with ideas. Learn to write an effective pitch letter, how to query a publication and the best ways to maintain a relationship with the editor. You will have two articles, pitch letters and skills to help you get published. Visit Friedman’s website at www.wendyilene.com. Wendy Ilene Friedman has written for the San Francisco Chronicle, and New York Times. No class March 20. Thursday, 6 to 8 p.m., Feb. 20, 6 sessions. Course #CO386 01/CRN 31558 Wendy Ilene Friedman, Fee $69 Beginning Writer’s Workshop — Online  always wanted to write but have no idea where to If you’ve start, this course will demystify the process for you. You’ll get a taste of the writing life, improve your writing skills, and develop new ways to stretch your creative muscles. This exciting, hands-on course for the creative writing novice is filled with challenging exercises, expert advice, and plenty of direct support and encouragement. You’ll discover a variety of strategies and techniques the pros use to develop characters, create a compelling point of view, build interest through dialogue, and add meaning to your stories. Start Dates: Jan. 15, Feb. 19, Mar. 19, Apr. 16, May 21 www.ed2go.com/sfccnm

Dance

To be able to dance widens the world of social opportunities available to you. Take one of these dance classes and increase the enjoyment in your life.

Call 505-428-1270 to register. Country-Western Dance — Couples Bring a partner and learn traditional country-western dances —the two-step, waltz and country swing — including basic turns and styling. The atmosphere is low-key, with an emphasis on building confidence in an activity you can enjoy for years to come. Price is per couple. John Rayburn has been teaching Country-Western dance classes for over 20 years.

Fitness and Wellness

Our Fitness and Wellness classes allow you the opportunity to strengthen your body and mind through active participation in a course such as yoga or to study the nuances of good health management through a variety of lecture and discussion courses.

Call 505-428-1270 to register. Cross-Country Skiing — Basic Get a beginner’s overview of Nordic skiing in this clinic. Learn diagonal stride, step turns, climbing and controlling speed by wedging on gentle hills. Participants build confidence through playful exercises that develop balance, a good stance, sound technique and efficient effort. Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m., Feb. 9; Sunday, 12:30 to 5:30 p.m., Feb. 16, 2 wks. Course #HF309 01/CRN 30772 William Neuwirth, Fee $85 Cross-Country Skiing — Intermediate If you are an experienced skier who wants to refine and expand your basic skills, this clinic is for you! Throughout the afternoon, brief reviews of the basics, skill development and error correction during games and exercises sharpen your abilities. Practice turns on gentle to moderate hills, efficient poling and striding, skating and telemark stance. Sunday, 1 to 4:30 p.m., Feb. 23, 1 day. Course #HF310 01/CRN 31215 William Neuwirth, Fee $45 Yoga for Neck, Shoulder and Lower Back Pain Relief Misalignments in your body might be causing your pain. Learn simple exercises from yoga and Egoscue therapy to help restore balance and eliminate pain. Straighten before you strengthen. Monday, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., March 3, 4 wks. Course #HF316 01/CRN 30286 Jaz Reis, Fee $125

Friday, 7 to 8:30 p.m., Feb. 7, 6 wks. Course #DA308 01/CRN 30305 John Rayburn, Fee $89

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Personal enrichment “This is my 2nd water yoga class with Luna. I enjoy it and find it helps all my structural health issues.”

–Grace Mayo

Yoga for Scoliosis The micromovements of yoga are effective counters to the progression of scoliosis. In this introductory course, learn an approach and exercises to relieve pain, slow the progression of scoliosis and begin the process of straightening your spine. Saturday, 12:30 to 2 p.m., March 1, 6 wks. Course #HF319 01/CRN 30287 Jaz Reis, Fee $139 Warm Water Arthritis Management Warm water exercise is one of the best types of therapy for those suffering with arthritis and other disabling conditions. Aquatic exercise is extremely safe because the buoyancy helps to prevent injury from sudden body movements. The warm water also promotes relaxation. This class consists of warm (90-91 degrees) water stretches, a light cardio segment, strengthening exercises for upper and lower body, core development to enhance balance, flexibility movements and a cool down using relaxation techniques and breath control. Students must be able to stand and walk in the pool. R.C. Luna is a certified yoga and Pilates instructor and has been teaching warm water arthritis management for several years. A $6 entry facility fee will apply. No class March 22 and April 19. Saturday, 10 to 11:15 a.m., March 1, 8 sessions. Course #HF326 01/CRN 30619 R.C. Luna, Fee $89 The Complete Yoga Practice Infuse movement with breath for a balanced experience through yoga. Learn to listen to your breath as it guides you in and out of yoga postures. Allow the breath to sustain the pose and bring ease to the movement. With conscious breathing, you will never again “overdo it” in a yoga class. Luna Jordan, ERYT-500, is a certified yoga teacher/therapist and has taught in the Santa Fe community for more than eight years. Tuesday, 6 to 7:15 p.m., March 25, 6 wks. Course #HF334 01/CRN 30604 Luna Jordan, Fee $99 w w w. sfcc.e du

Warm Water Yoga This innovative program incorporates water exercise and meditation. Traditional yoga postures are adapted to the water to accommodate various fitness levels and abilities. The class takes place in a therapy pool that is 91 to 93 degrees Fahrenheit, which may contribute to deep relaxation and reduction of pain and stress. Practicing yoga in warm water is especially helpful for those with joint inflammation, pain and stiffness. Students must be able to stand and walk in the pool. R.C. Luna is a certified yoga and Pilates instructor who teaches warm-water arthritis management at SFCC. A $6 per entry facility fee will apply. No class March 17. Monday, 4 to 5:15 p.m., Feb. 24, 8 sessions. Course #HF338 01/CRN 30617 R.C. Luna, Fee $89 Warm Water Exercise This is a fun and alternative way to stretch, strengthen and tone the whole body. The class takes place in a therapy pool that is 91 to 93 degrees Fahrenheit. Focus is on low-impact aerobic exercises and basic locomotion movements, as well as strength and flexibility training. Noodles, buoys, webbed gloves and kickboards will be used in order to enhance your workout. Students must be able to stand and walk in the pool. R. C. Luna is a certified yoga and Pilates instructor who teaches warm water classes. A $6 per entry facility fee will apply. No class March 22 and April 19. Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m., March 1, 8 sessions. Course #HF340 01/CRN 30770 R.C. Luna, Fee $89 Moving with Ease Exercise is the key to staying strong, energetic, flexible and healthy as you get older. Not only is exercise good for your body - it’s also good for your mind, mood and memory. If you haven’t exercised in a while or your joints aren’t as flexible as they used to be, this class is for you. If you’re engaging in vigorous, more strenuous exercise, this class will help prepare and protect your body. While listening to lively and upbeat music, learn how to slowly warm up, gently move your joints and then safely cool down. Meg Gallagher is a licensed massage therapist and Rosen Method Bodywork practitioner as well as a certified Group Exercise Instructor. No class March 22. Saturday, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., March 1, 6 sessions. Course #HF344 01/CRN 30773 Meg Gallagher, Fee $49

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PERSONAL ENRICHMENT T’ai Chi Chih — Level I Transform your life through the healing art of t’ai chi chih. Experience moving meditation as an elegant way to promote physical, mental and emotional health. Learn 20 simple, gentle, flowing movements that relax the body and calm the mind. Each movement is believed to circulate and balance the vital energy within. No class will be held March 21. Tuesday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., Feb. 4, 8 sessions. Course #HF345 01/CRN 30298 Pamela Quay, Fee $85 Zumba Fitness Zumba is a Latin-inspired dance fitness class that incorporates dynamic, exciting and effective fitness systems. It combines fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body in an aerobic fashion to achieve a blend of cardio and muscle toning benefits. Zumba is exercise in disguise. It’s different, it’s easy and it’s for all ages and fitness levels. Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., Feb. 3, 6 wks. Course #HF347 01/CRN 30474 Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., March 31, 6 wks. Course #HF347 02/CRN 31216 Lloyd Takeshita, Fee $85 Walking and Meditation Walking meditation can be just as profound as sitting meditation. Experience walking meditations with simple breathing and stretching techniques and guided visualization relaxation sessions to aid in deepening awareness of your own wellness balance. Marga Matakovich, Ph.D. was the director for the College of Santa Fe’s Driscoll Fitness Center for 17 years. No class April 19. Saturday, 1 to 3 p.m., March 29, 4 sessions. Course #HF357 01/CRN 31255 Marga Matakovich, Fee $65 Living by Default or Design Have you prepared for life changes, whether it be caring for aging parents or your own aging? This class gives you an overview of the aging network, the role of geriatric care managers and assists you in compiling an emergency resource book for those helping you in an emergency. Michael Weigand, MA has worked as a case manager linking older people to available services.

Rightsizing Are you overwhelmed by the process of having to reorganize or downsize your living space? Learn how to get the function you desire in your home. This class provides practical ideas on the steps you can take to right-size your living space along with understanding resources such as garage sales, consignment shops, estate sales and donating goods to community thrift shops. Michael Weigand is a member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers. Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, March 8, 1 day. Course #HF365 01/CRN 31502 Michael Weigand, Fee $35 Become a Non-Smoker With Hypnosis ê Now is the time to experience the freedom of being a nonsmoker. You can do it with the help and support of hypnosis. In this course, you learn hypnosis techniques that work to lessen the stress around quitting smoking. Additionally, you learn techniques to strengthen your motivation to remain a non-smoker. All of this is experienced in the comfort of a small supportive group of people who want the same thing as you. To join this course you must be a smoker with a strong desire to become a non-smoker. Carol Christianson, MA, LPC, CHt is a certified counselor and hypnotherapist in private practice. Saturday, 10 a.m. to noon, March 15, 6 wks. Course #HF420 01/CRN 31213 Carol Christianson, Fee $115 Reduce Stress with Guided ê

Mediation and Hypnosis Stress is everywhere. It is in our environment, it lives within us and it touches every aspect of our lives. Although we often cannot change the circumstances of our lives, we can change our reactions to it. You can manage stress through guided meditation and hypnosis. In this course, learn techniques that will help you better manage the stress in your life and minimize the impact. Carol Christianson, MA, LPC, CHt is a certified counselor and hypnotherapist in private practice. Saturday, 10 a.m. to noon, May 3, 3 wks. Course #HF421 01/CRN 31214 Carol Christianson, Fee $59

Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, April 12, 1 day. Course #HF364 01/CRN 31501 Michael Weigand, Fee $35

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PERSONAL ENRICHMENT Handling Medical Emergencies – Online  Every second counts during a medical emergency. Recognizing the early signs and symptoms of common medical conditions and providing appropriate treatment can mean a better outcome for the patient. Early recognition and intervention can greatly reduce the seriousness of the illness, which means a shorter hospital stay and lower medical costs. This course identifies common medical emergencies affecting children and adults, helps you recognize signs and symptoms, and teaches you how to render appropriate emergency care. Start Dates: Jan. 15, Feb. 19, Mar. 19, Apr. 16, May 21 www.ed2go.com/sfccnm

Home and Garden

Design and decorate your home inside and out. Our staff are talented professionals who will help you create the home or garden of your dreams.

Call 505-428-1270 to register. Landscaping for Today and Tomorrow Create a beautiful, healthy garden that will thrive in the future. Learn how to work with a changing climate and the specific variables on your site that impact landscaping. Discover how to choose the best plants in the nursery, create soils that will support them, make the most of available water and avoid common landscaping mistakes. Tracy Neal has been helping to create beautiful Santa Fe gardens for decades.

Simple Graywater Systems Make use of your household wastewater. Graywater is an important resource that can be used safely for creating gardens and wildlife habitats in our dry climate. This class covers New Mexico graywater code, appropriate soaps for use in these systems and basic gravity-fed graywater systems at Ampersand Sustainable Learning Center. Those systems include mulch basins, infiltration chambers and pumice wicks. Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, March 15, 1 day. Course #HG321 01/CRN 30930 Amanda Bramble, Fee $35 Introduction to Permaculture Permaculture is a way to design ecological habitats and food production systems. Get introduced to the principles, ethics and design methodology that make permaculture an appropriate tool for community self sufficiency. Learn about zones, microclimates, stacking functions, waste resources and more. Examples from the Ampersand Sustainable Living Center will be highlighted. Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, March 29, 1 day. Course #HG322 01/CRN 30929 Amanda Bramble, Fee $35 Right Plant, Right Place In this casual class, Bob Pennington answers questions and shares his broad knowledge about what plants work in our harsh environment. Learn the best locations for a variety of plants and how to help them thrive. Bring your questions and ideas for Pennington’s input! Bob Pennington is the owner of Agua Fria Nursery.

Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, April 5, 1 day. Course #HG309 01/CRN 30861 Tracy Neal, Fee $39

Tuesday, 7 to 9 p.m., March 25, 1 day. Course #HG324 01/CRN 31526 Bob Pennington, Fee $25

Plants for Santa Fe Climate changes will affect your garden’s ability to thrive. Some traditional Santa Fe plantings will survive and some new plants will work better in the future. In this course horticulturist and landscape designer Tracy Neal discusses the changes taking place and what the changes mean for plant selection in this region. He reviews more than 100 of the best trees, shrubs, perennials and grasses for Santa Fe with photos of the plants to guide you.

Modern Architecture in Santa Fe ê While pueblo style is still king in this part of the world, Santa Fe has gone modern. Architects have updated and interpreted the regional style for the 21st century. Familiar pueblo forms are abstracted and used in innovative ways. Colors, details and massing are adapted to respond to modern needs. Using lectures and field trips, see examples of modern architecture all over Santa Fe. Steve McCormick is a Santa Fe architect and has been teaching at SFCC for more than 10 years.

Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, April 12, 1 day. Course #HG320 01/CRN 30860 Tracy Neal, Fee $39

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PERSONAL ENRICHMENT êG ardening in the Desert Hands-on experience in the SFCC culinary garden gives you an understanding of four season gardening practices in the desert. The culinary garden is a vegetable, herb, flower and fruit garden built to provide food for the culinary department. Garden Manager Erin O’Neill leads this class with guest instruction from gardening experts. Learn the basics of intensive gardening techniques including beds, soils, seed sowing, transplanting, season extension and more. This class is helpful for beginning gardeners who may be challenged by our unique environment. Erin O’Neill has begun or worked in many gardens in Santa Fe, including the Children’s Museum and Monte Del Sol charter school. No class April 19. Friday, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., March 28, 6 sessions. Course #HG337 01/CRN 31535 Erin O’Neill, Fee $155 Garden Superstars When it comes to knowing what will grow in New Mexico, few are more experienced than Bob Pennington, owner of Agua Fria Nursery for more than 20 years. This class focuses on plants and flowers that do incredibly well in our soil and harsh conditions. Some plants, like people, thrive in this special place; this class looks at a dozen or two of the most durable. These are the plants that you can ignore and they still thrive and look beautiful. Learn what you can put in the ground and forget about. These are not just low-maintenance — these are the nomaintenance plants. Even if your thumbs aren’t green, you can be a success in your garden! Tuesday, 7 to 9 p.m., Feb. 18, 1 day. Course #HG349 01/CRN 30259 Bob Pennington, Fee $25 Gardening Good Enough to Eat These days, everyone is trying to figure out how to stretch the family budget a little further. Planting your own “eatables” has never been more important. Bob Pennington, owner of Agua Fria Nursery and gardener in this region for decades, talks about how to raise a successful vegetable garden. He’ll answer questions about when to start the plantings and how to sneak edibles in-between flowers and other garden plants. Even at this altitude and with our soil, you can grow your own food. Tuesday, 7 to 9 p.m., March 11, 1 day. Course #HG353 01/CRN 30257 Bob Pennington, Fee $25

Xeriscape Gardens Xeriscape gardens are water-wise landscaping. They are well-planned, use water efficiently and can even appear lush. Everybody talks about xeriscape; learn what it is, the basic principles of xeriscape, and how to design for good looks while saving water. Join Bob Pennington of Agua Fria Nursery for this introduction. Tuesday, 7 to 9 p.m., March 4, 1 day. Course #HG354 01/CRN 30510 Bob Pennington, Fee $25 A Rose by Any Name is Easy to Grow Roses have an undeserved reputation for being difficult to grow. Learn how to select the best varieties for this area, how to care for them and how to ensure successful growth. Bob Pennington is a longtime owner of Agua Fria Nursery in Santa Fe and an expert in roses. Tuesday, 7 to 9 p.m., Feb. 25, 1 day. Course #HG355 01/CRN 30258 Bob Pennington, Fee $25 File Anything in Your Home and Find It Again! With diagrams to illustrate a filing system that is fast to set up and easy to use, this workshop has solutions to piles of paper, lost records and the time wasted trying to find them. The Success File-Filing System can also be used for business files. Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, March 15, 1 day. Course #HG367 01/CRN 31124 Katherine Anderson, Fee $29 Conquering Clutter Is clutter interfering with your life? Learn from a professional organizer why the clutter is there and how to get rid of it. Get things organized to create beauty and space. Katherine D. Anderson is a professional organizer with more than 30 years of experience in the field. Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, March 1, 1 day. Course #HG368 01/CRN 31123 Katherine Anderson, Fee $29 Managing Your Time A recent poll indicates that 83 percent of Americans want to be better organized. Learn from a professional organizer how to get around the obstacles to managing your time. Find the time you need, at home or at work, for yourself or to give to others. Reduce the stress in your life. Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, March 29, 1 day. Course #HG369 01/CRN 31125 Katherine Anderson, Fee $29

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PERSONAL ENRICHMENT Helping Hoarders You’ve seen the hoarding shows on TV and want to know more about their tactics. Maybe you even know a “pack rat,” a friend, neighbor, family member or other loved one who could be a hoarder. Come learn how to help from Katherine Anderson, a certified professional organizer, who has studied hoarding. Hear what the latest science shows about this behavior and what does and doesn’t work. Although this course is designed primarily for those who want to help hoarders, hoarders themselves will also find it useful and are welcome. Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, April 12, 1 day. Course #HG373 01/CRN 30808 Katherine Anderson, Fee $29

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êBuilding a Hoophouse/Greenhouse Learn to build a hoophouse for a greenhouse garden or small farm. Sustainable techniques and topics are covered: using raised bed construction, gardening techniques for the older or disabled gardner, responsible water management, choosing crops to grow, timing and more. Plantings may be used to feed your own family, sold at farmers markets or even donated to community food banks. Al Humble has a degree in Agricultural Education from NMSU in Las Cruces. He builds hoophouses regionally and manages his own production of food and ornamental crops. No class April 19. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., April 5, 5 sessions. Course #HG385 01/CRN 31529 Al Humble, Fee $155

Kids’ Stuff

Our kids’ swim classes are now part of the American Red Cross, “Learnto-Swim” program. We are proud to be a part of the American Red Cross organization and providing these high-quality classes for the kids of Santa Fe.

Call 505-428-1270 to register. Preschool Swim (Ages 3 to 5) The preschool swim program is a two-level water adjustment and pre-swim program that helps develop skills in children 3 to 5 years old. The child must be ready to enter a group swimming program on his or her own. SFCC has assembled a dynamic team of instructors for this program. No class April 19. Saturday, 9:20 to 10 a.m., Feb. 8, 6 wks. Course #KS353 01/CRN 30480 Saturday, 9:20 to 10 a.m., March 29, 6 sessions. Course #KS353 02/CRN 30481 James Bolleter, Eric Druva, Logan Dutton, Fee $95

“Great class! Great instructors! Our girls loved learning how to swim and getting adjusted to the water.” –Anonymous

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Personal enrichment Beginning Swim Class (Ages 6 to 13) Make a splash in the pools at SFCC and enjoy a safe environment with our own lifeguards. Beginning swimmers are grouped by ability to ensure that they receive the quality instruction they deserve at their particular skill level. Classes are generally limited to seven students per instructor. No class April 19. Saturday, 10:10 to 10:50 a.m., Feb. 8, 6 wks. Course #KS354 01/CRN 30323 Saturday, 10:10 to 10:50 a.m., March 29, 6 sessions. Course #KS354 02/CRN 30325 James Bolleter, Eric Druva, Logan Dutton, Fee $95 Advanced Youth Swim (Ages 6 to 13) Enjoy a safe environment with our lifeguards who moonlight as instructors. Swimmers should be able to swim at least one-third of a lap in order to register for this class. Advanced swimmers are grouped by ability to ensure that they receive quality instruction. Classes are generally seven students per instructor. No class April 19. Saturday, 11 to 11:40 a.m., Feb. 8, 6 wks. Course #KS362 01/CRN 30482 Saturday, 11 to 11:40 a.m., March 29, 6 sessions. Course #KS362 02/CRN 30483 James Bolleter, Eric Druva, Logan Dutton, Fee $95

Languages

SFCC Continuing Education offers a first-rate Spanish program that will take you step-by-step to fluency. We also offer French classes for anyone who cares to broaden their proficiency in French.

Call 505-428-1270 to register. All students begin with the fast-paced and rigorous Spanish Preparation (either the five-week course or the two-week intensive) course, regardless of other Spanish courses the student may have taken in the past. If you feel this course level would be inappropriate, please contact Fernando Mayans at 505-428-1514. The sequence of Spanish courses for is: Spanish Preparation Basic Spanish I, II III Grammar Review Past Tense I, II Conversation I, II, III Intermediate I, II Advanced Spanish Study Expanding Vocabulary Haber

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El Verbo “Haber” Learn the use of the verb “haber.” The remainder of the class is open to students’ questions about the Spanish language. Completion of the Past Tense II or the permission of the instructor is required. No class Jan. 20. Monday through Friday, Noon to 2:15p.m., Jan. 13, 9 sessions. Course #LG396 01/CRN 30764 Fernando Mayans, Fee $149 Spanish Preparation — Two Weeks This two-week Spanish Preparation course, offered before each semester, is an intensive course with a non-traditional approach. This class provides a solid foundation to proceed to Basic I, II and III, and is a condensed version of the fiveweek Spanish Preparation class. Students who can speak other languages, who have taken Spanish in the past, or who have no knowledge of the language must take this class first as part of our Spanish program. No class Jan. 20. Monday through Friday, 5:30 to 7:45 p.m., Jan. 13, 9 sessions. Course #LG345 01/CRN 30289 Fernando Mayans, Fee $149 Spanish Preparation This is the first Spanish course that students are required to take as part of our Spanish program. Students who can speak other languages, who have taken Spanish in the past or who have no knowledge of the language must take this class, which is a non-traditional approach to the language. This provides a solid foundation to proceed to Basic I, II and III. No class March 17 through 21. Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to 7 p.m.,Jan. 27, 5 wks. Course #LG301 01/CRN 30263 Fernando Mayans, Fee $125 Tuesday and Thursday, Noon to 1:30 p.m.,Jan. 28, 5 wks. Course #LG301 02/CRN 30264 Fernando Mayans, Fee $125 Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., March 3, 5 wks. Course #LG301 03/CRN 30265 Fernando Mayans, Fee $125 Tuesday and Thursday, Noon to 1:30 p.m., March 4, 5 wks. Course #LG301 04/CRN 30269 Fernando Mayans, Fee $125 Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., April 14, 5 wks. Course #LG301 05/CRN 30273 Fernando Mayans, Fee $125

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Personal enrichment “Marta is a dynamic professor. She is energetic and very patient with her students. I learned a lot in the class and recommend it highly.”

–Patricia Veech

Basic Spanish I This is the first basic class in a series of three, designed to give students a solid foundation in Spanish grammar and a working knowledge of important structures of the language. The Spanish Preparation class is a prerequisite to this course. A textbook is required for this basic series. No class March 17 through 21. Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., Jan. 27, 5 wks. Course #LG302 01/CRN 31177 Ricardo Perez, Fee $125 Tuesday and Thursday, Noon to 1:30 p.m., Jan. 28, 5 wks. Course #LG302 02/CRN 30275 Marta Choperena-Baker, Fee $125 Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., March 3, 5 wks. Course #LG302 03/CRN 30276 Sonia Sanchez-Cuesta, Fee $125 Tuesday and Thursday, Noon to 1:30 p.m., March 4, 5 wks. Course #LG302 04/CRN 30277 Marta Choperena-Baker, Fee $125 Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., April 14, 5 wks. Course #LG302 05/CRN 31178 Marta Choperena-Baker, Fee $125 Tuesday and Thursday, Noon to 1:30 p.m., April 15, 5 wks. Course #LG302 06/CRN 30707 Ricardo Perez, Fee $125

Basic Spanish II This is the second basic course in the series to give students a solid foundation in Spanish grammar and a working knowledge of important structures of the language. Completion of Basic I is required, and the same textbook is used. No class March 17 through 21. Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., Jan. 27, 5 wks. Course #LG303 01/CRN 30708 Sonia Sanchez-Cuesta, Fee $125 Tuesday and Thursday, Noon to 1:30 p.m., Jan. 28, 5 wks. Course #LG303 02/CRN 30540 Ricardo Perez, Fee $125 Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., March 3, 5 wks. Course #LG303 03/CRN 30709 Marta Choperena-Baker, Fee $125 Tuesday and Thursday, Noon to 1:30 p.m., March 4, 5 wks. Course #LG303 04/CRN 31202 Ricardo Perez, Fee $125 Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., April 14, 5 wks. Course #LG303 05/CRN 31204 Sonia Sanchez-Cuesta, Fee $125 Tuesday and Thursday, Noon to 1:30 p.m., April 15, 5 wks. Course #LG303 06/CRN 31205 Marta Choperena-Baker, Fee $125 Basic Spanish III This is the third basic course in the series of three, designed to give students a solid foundation in Spanish grammar and a working knowledge of important structures of the language. Completion of Basic II is required and the same textbook is used. No class March 17 through 21. Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., Jan. 27, 5 wks. Course #LG304 01/CRN 31183 Monday and Wednesday, Noon to 1:30 p.m., March 3, 6 wks. Course #LG304 02/CRN 30876 Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., April 14, 5 wks. Course #LG304 03/CRN 30423 David Briggs, Fee $125

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Personal enrichment Grammar Review I This course is the first in a series of three classes with a non-traditional approach. Students will review in-depth, important subjects in Spanish grammar. Completion of Basic III or permission from the instructor is required. There is no textbook. Monday and Wednesday, 10 to 11:30 a.m., Jan. 27, 5 wks. Course #LG308 01/CRN 30283 Tuesday and Thursday, 7 to 8:30 p.m., Jan. 28, 5 wks. Course #LG308 02/CRN 30424 Fernando Mayans, Fee $125 Spanish: The Past Tense I (Preterite) This course is the second in a series of three with a nontraditional approach to learning the preterite tense. Completion of Grammar Review or permission from the instructor is required. There is no textbook. No class March 17 to 21. Monday and Wednesday, 10 to 11:30 a.m., March 3, 5 wks. Course #LG317 01/CRN 30285 Tuesday and Thursday, 7 to 8:30 p.m., March 4, 5 wks. Course #LG317 02/CRN 30425 Fernando Mayans, Fee $125 Spanish: The Past Tense II (Imperfect) This course is the third in a series of three with a nontraditional approach to learning the imperfect tense. Completion of the Past Tense I or permission from the instructor is required. There is no textbook. Monday and Wednesday, 10 to 11:30 a.m., April 14, 5 wks. Course #LG318 01/CRN 30288 Tuesday and Thursday, 7 to 8:30 p.m., April 15, 5 wks. Course #LG318 02/CRN 30426 Fernando Mayans, Fee $125

Spanish: Intermediate I In these intermediate grammar courses, students review the past tense, subjunctive and more, with an emphasis on writing. Intermediate I is a three-part series including LG 333 01, LG 334 01 and LG 335 01. Completion of Spanish Conversation III is required. A textbook is required. No class March 17 through 21. Monday and Wednesday, 10 to 11:30 a.m., Jan. 27, 5 wks. Course #LG333 01/CRN 30896 Monday and Wednesday, 10 to 11:30 a.m., March 3, 5 wks. Course #LG334 01/CRN 30897 Monday and Wednesday, 10 to 11:30 a.m., April 14, 5 wks. Course #LG335 01/CRN 30898 Marta Choperena-Baker, Fee $125 Spanish Intermediate II In these intermediate grammar courses, students review the past tense, subjunctive and more, with an emphasis on writing. This is a three part series of LG 336 01, LG 337 01 and LG 338 01. Completion of Spanish Conversation III is required. A textbook is required. No class March 17 through 21. Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., Jan. 28, 5 wks. Course #LG336 01/CRN 30711 Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., March 4, 5 wks. Course #LG337 01/CRN 30712 Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., April 15, 5 wks. Course #LG338 01/CRN 30713 Sonia Sanchez-Cuesta, Fee $125 Spanish Conversation I In this conversation and writing course, students work in class with a variety of images in order to improve their oral and written communication skills as well as to gradually enrich their vocabulary in different areas. Completion of Past Tense II is required. Monday and Wednesday, 10 to 11:30 a.m., Jan. 27, 5 wks. Course #LG349 01/CRN 30427 Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., Jan. 28, 5 wks. Course #LG349 02/CRN 31180 Ricardo Perez, Fee $125

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Personal enrichment Spanish Conversation II This class is a continuation of Conversation I. In this conversation and writing course, students work in class with a variety of images in order to improve their oral and written communication skills as well as to gradually enrich their vocabulary in different areas. Completion of Past Tense II is required. No class March 17 through 21.

Advanced Spanish Study This is an advanced multimedia course where students use broadcast news, videos, music and newspaper articles to improve their skills in different areas. Students also study well-known Spanish and Latin American writers and review grammar. Completion of Intermediate II and permission from the instructor are required. No class March 17 through 21.

Monday and Wednesday, 10 to 11:30 a.m., March 3, 6 wks. Course #LG365 01/CRN 30706

Tuesday and Thursday, 10 to 11:30 a.m., March 4, 5 wks. Course #LG368 01/CRN 30431

Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., March 4, 5 wks. Course #LG365 02/CRN 31181 Ricardo Perez, Fee $125 Spanish Conversation III This class is a continuation of Conversation II. In this conversation and writing course, students work in class with a variety of images in order to improve their oral and written communication skills as well as to gradually enrich their vocabulary in different areas. Completion of Past Tense II is required. Monday and Wednesday, 10 to 11:30 a.m., April 14, 5 wks. Course #LG366 01/CRN 30428 Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., April 15, 5 wks. Course #LG366 02/CRN 31182 Ricardo Perez, Fee $125 Advanced Spanish Study This is an advanced multimedia course where students use broadcast news, videos, music and newspaper articles to improve their skills in different areas. Students also study well-known Spanish and Latin American writers and review grammar. Completion of Intermediate II and permission from the instructor are required. Tuesday and Thursday, 10 to 11:30 a.m., Jan. 28, 5 wks. Course #LG367 01/CRN 30429 Tuesday and Thursday, 5 to 6:30 p.m., Jan. 28, 5 wks. Course #LG367 02/CRN 30430 Fernando Mayans, Fee $125

Tuesday and Thursday, 5 to 6:30 p.m., March 4, 5 wks. Course #LG368 02/CRN 30432 Fernando Mayans, Fee $125 Advanced Spanish Study This is a multimedia advanced conversation course where students use broadcast news, videos, music and newspaper articles to improve their skills in different areas. Students also study well-known Spanish and Latin American writers. Completion of Intermediate II and permission from the instructor are required. Tuesday and Thursday, 10 to 11:30 a.m., April 15, 5 wks. Course #LG379 01/CRN 30433 Tuesday and Thursday, 5 to 6:30 p.m., April 15, 5 wks. Course #LG379 02/CRN 30434 Fernando Mayans, Fee $125 Advanced Spanish Study This is an advanced multimedia course where students use broadcast news, videos, music and newspaper articles to improve their skills in different areas. Students also study well-known Spanish and Latin American writers and review grammar. Completion of Intermediate II and permission from the instructor are required. Monday and Wednesday, Noon to 1:30 p.m., Jan. 27, 5 wks. Course #LG450 01/CRN 30541 Fernando Mayans, Fee $125 Advanced Spanish Study This is an advanced multimedia course where students use broadcast news, videos, music and newspaper articles to improve their skills in different areas. Students also study well-known Spanish and Latin American writers and review grammar. Completion of Intermediate II and permission from the instructor are required. No class March 17 through 21. Monday and Wednesday, Noon to 1:30 p.m., March 3, 5 wks. Course #LG451 01/CRN 30542 Fernando Mayans, Fee $125

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Personal enrichment Advanced Spanish Study In this reading and writing course, students study the history and literature of Latin America and Spain. Completion of Intermediate II and permission of the instructor are required. Monday and Wednesday, Noon to 1:30 p.m., April 14, 5 wks. Course #LG452 01/CRN 30543 Fernando Mayans, Fee $125 Spanish: Expanding Your Vocabulary This special class increases your Spanish vocabulary to an advanced level. Past Tense II or permission from the instructor is required. Tuesday and Thursday, 12 to 1:30 p.m., April 15, 5 wks. Course #LG 455 01/CRN 31649 Fernando Mayans, Fee $125 French for the Traveler This course is designed for people who have never taken French and for those who are planning their first trip to a French-speaking county. Learn to communicate in French using present, past and future tenses focusing on ordering food in a restaurant and gaining information about hotel information, transportation, museums, festivals and more. This class will allow you to master French in a fun and dynamic environment. Anne-Sabine Nicolas, Ph.D., French studies, is originally from France and has been teaching French for over 15 years. Monday and Wednesday, 5 to 6:30 p.m., Feb. 3, 5 wks. Course #LG372 01/CRN 31355 Anne-Sabine Nicolas, Fee $99 Cinema for French Conversation This advanced conversation class is designed to facilitate French language study through practice in speaking. While learning about different aspects of French and Francophone culture, cinema and contemporary life, you participate in discussion groups, present news reports and more. Discussion includes movies, media and socio-political differences between France and the United States. AnneSabine Nicolas, PhD. French Studies, is originally from France and has been teaching French for over 15 years.

Introduction to Italian ê In this class for beginning Italian learners, students acquire basic Italian language skills. The focus is on vocabulary and grammar with cultural activities to make learning Italian a stimulating and enjoyable experience. Other topics will include modern Italian culture such as music, art, cuisine and general lifestyle. Antonella D’Aquino, Ph.D. has a doctorate from Rutgers University in Italian Studies and has taught Italian at Vanderbilt University, Rutgers University, and the University of California. Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., Feb. 11, 5 wks. Course #LG350 01/CRN 31500 Antonella D’Aquino, Fee $99 Italian Cinema ê This class uses Italian films as a means to understand unique aspects of the Italian language and lifestyle and to address the differences between American and Italian cultures. Join in group discussions on different socio-political topics that enable you to develop an appreciation for Italian culture in general. Antonella D’Aquino, Ph.D., has taught Italian at Vanderbilt University, Rutgers University, and the University of California. Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30 to 7 p.m., March 25, 5 wks. Course #LG352 01/CRN 31594 Antonella D’Aquino, Fee $110 Introduction to American Sign Language ê American Sign Language (ASL) is the first language of many deaf North Americans, and one of the most commonly used languages in the United States. People learn sign language for a variety of reasons, you may have a deaf or hard of hearing friend or family member, you may be losing your hearing or simply want to pursue a personal interest. Our skilled instructor makes learning sign language fun and easy for you. It’s great idea to take classes with a friend so you have a partner to practice with during the week. This class is intended for those with little or no experience with ASL. No class March 22 and April 19. Saturday, 10 a.m. to noon, March 1, 8 sessions. Course #LG492 01/CRN 31632 Terry Vinson, Fee $99

Monday and Wednesday, 5 to 6:30 p.m., March 24, 5 wks. Course #LG403 01/CRN 31356 Anne-Sabine Nicolas, Fee $110

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Personal Enrichment An Introduction To Teaching ESL/EFL — Online Rethink the traditional native vs. non-native speaker distinction, see why teaching English is so different from teaching other subjects, and explore innovative approaches like Communicative Language Teaching and the lexical approach. Course materials are developed by Heinle I Cengage Learning, a global leader in ESL/EFL materials. Course content is approved by the TESOL Professional Development Committee so students who successfully complete this course receive a TESOL Certificate of Completion.

Return to Bridge This course is for people who have played some bridge before and know some of the basics. The course reviews the basic rules and teach the modern bidding systems and playing strategies. Joan Kendrick is a retired teacher and a competitive bridge player, who is a member of the American Contract Bridge League and Santa Fe Bridge Club, and has earned more than 200 master points.

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Dog Training Bring your dog to school! In this six-week class, your dog learns all the basic commands (sit, down, stay, come, etc.). In addition, you get training solutions to concerns like house training, jumping up, digging, barking and pulling on the leash. We use positive, motivational training methods. Class is open to dogs and puppies, 12 weeks and older, who are current on their shots (parvo, distemper, rabies and bordatella). Please, only two of the dog’s people may attend with each student (dog.) Bring your dog to the first class, along with about 4 ounces of small, soft, training treats. Mary Leatherberry is an enthusiastic dog owner and trainer with years of experience teaching dog obedience.

Leisure

Relax, have fun and learn something new in this category!

Call 505-428-1270 to register. Genealogy Research It’s exciting to learn about your family’s history and now is a good time to explore your roots. Get introduced to the tools and data sources available online and elsewhere to create a family tree. There is a sizable amount of information online, some free and some for a fee, to draw upon. Ken Pinter has been learning about his family tree for nine years and can suggest research methodology based on his experiences. Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to noon, April 29, 2 sessions. Course #LS304 01/CRN 30787 Kenneth Pinter, Fee $75 Introduction to Bridge Bridge is a challenging and fun game played all over the world. This introductory course is for people who have never played bridge before and would like to learn. Joan Kendrick is a retired teacher and a competitive bridge player, who is a member of the American Contract Bridge League and Santa Fe Bridge Club, and has earned more than 200 master points. Tuesday, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., Feb. 4, 6 wks. Course #LS330 01/CRN 30690 Joan Kendrick, Fee $109

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Thursday, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., Feb. 6, 6 wks. Course #LS331 01/CRN 30689 Joan Kendrick, Fee $109

Tuesday, 6 to 7:15p.m., Feb. 4, 5 wks. Course #LS352 01/CRN 30293 Tuesday, 6 to 7:15p.m., April 15, 5 wks. Course #LS352 02/CRN 30294 Mary Leatherberry, Fee $89 Intermediate Dog Training Take your dog’s training to the next level. This four-session course emphasizes learning and practicing the skills required for your dog to pass the AKC’s Canine Good Citizen test. The test is administered at the last class session. Dogs and their people work on the 10 elements of the CGC test, including greeting a friendly stranger (no jumping!), coming when called, walking on a loose leash, staying, etc. The class is open to dogs who are current on their vaccinations and who have completed a basic obedience class. Bring your dog to the first class, along with about 4 ounces of small, soft, training treats. Please only send two of the dog’s people with each student (dog). Thursday, 6 to 7 p.m., April 24, 4 wks. Course #LS354 01/CRN 31591 Mary Leatherberry, Fee $49

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Personal Enrichment Become a Veterinary Assistant — Online  This course, taught by a practicing veterinarian and college instructor, gives you the information you need to prepare for work in veterinary hospitals. Learn about pet nutrition and a variety of health and safety issues. Understand how to treat and prevent parasites, including roundworms and heartworms. Special lessons target specific aspects of veterinary assistant duties. Learn how to interpret medical prescriptions that look like Greek scribbles to the untrained eye. Veterinary hospitals are small businesses, not just places of medicine. Gain a complete understanding of their economics - how income is generated and where it goes. Lastly, explore marketing and communication because they are essential factors in making a business successful. Start Dates: Jan. 15, Feb. 19, Mar. 19, Apr. 16, May 21 www.ed2go.com/sfccnm

Personal Safety

Be confident in your ability to protect yourself, your home and property. Courses in this section expose students to valuable knowledge about laws and practical skills regarding firearms and personal safety. You can also obtain a Security Officer Training Certification.

Call 505-428-1270 to register. Pistol Shooting: First Steps Did you know there is a firearm in nearly half of all U.S. households — for hunting, history, sports or protection? This introductory program, developed by the National Rifle Association, answers your questions about firearms and present simple safety rules everyone should know. It covers how pistols operate, safe handling and cleaning, some advice for households with children and how to develop basic shooting skills. The course concludes with an outdoor session in which students use .22-caliber pistols (supplied), ideal for first-time shooters. Enrollment is limited to eight students. The fee includes a handbook and a safety brochure. Men, women, couples and teens (16 and older, accompanied by a paying parent) are all welcome.

Pistol Shooting: First Steps for Women This session of the introductory class is just for women, taught by a female instructor. The comfortable, smallgroup setting includes time for all your questions. This course, prepared by the National Rifle Association, presents what every shooter should know about how revolvers and semi-automatic pistols work, safe gun handling, proper ammunition, cleaning and storage. It also takes students step-by-step through the fundamentals of pistol shooting, including stance, grip and aiming. The class concludes with an outdoor shooting session off-campus. Pistols are provided (.22 caliber). Saturday, Noon to 6 p.m., March 29, 1 day. Course #LS383 01/CRN 30479 Wednesday, Noon to 6 p.m., April 23, 1 day. Course #LS383 02/CRN 30295 Nancy Bennett, Fee $109 Concealed Carry Training New Mexico allows residents to carry a concealed handgun with a state license. Applicants must be United States citizens, 21 or older, complete 15 hours of training and demonstrate the knowledge and skills required by law. Using National Rifle Association materials, certified instructors cover selection, ownership and operation of revolvers and semi-automatic pistols, safe gun handling and key elements of accurate pistol shooting. Serious attention is given to legal issues. The fee includes two handbooks and additional materials but not ammunition. You don’t need to own a gun; a selection of pistols will be available at the outdoor shooting sessions. Classroom: Tuesday and Friday, 6 to 9 p.m., April 1, 8 and 11; Field trip: Saturday, Noon to 3 p.m., April 5 and 12, 5 sessions. Course #LS384 01/CRN 30973 Classroom: Friday and Saturday, Noon to 6 p.m., May 9 and 10; Field trip: Sunday, Noon to 3 p.m., May 11, 3 days. Course #LS384 02/CRN 30547 John Rayburn and Nancy T. Bennett, Fee $239

Saturday, Noon to 5 p.m., May 17, 1 day. Course #LS380 01/CRN 30767 Nancy T. Bennett and John Rayburn, Fee $109

Well organized, extremely safety conscious, very enjoyable class.

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Personal Enrichment Ammunition Reloading Get more bang for your buck! Factory-loaded, over-thecounter ammunition seldom offers optimum accuracy for your firearms and has become increasingly expensive. Learn to recycle brass cartridges and reload your own ammunition through hands-on demonstrations that emphasize safety. John Rayburn is a firearms safety instructor and competitive shooter. Saturday, 9 to 5 p.m., Feb. 22, 1 day. Course #LS385 01/CRN 31129 John Rayburn, Fee $89

Money Matters

Money management is the key to current and future financial security. Learn the strategies that will give you confidence in planning for life events such as a child’s tuition or your retirement.

Call 505-428-1270 to register. Retirement Income: Make Your Money Last This course introduces concepts and practices that help you make the most of your retirement assets. Learn how to size up your current situation and sources of income; alternative distribution methods; understand distribution rules; how to develop an investment strategy; and to prepare for the unexpected. Make the most of retirement income streams. The registration fee includes a workbook. Peter Murphy is a retirement and estate planning specialist and has been teaching at Santa Fe Community College for more than five years. Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Feb. 22, 1 day. Course #PF303 01/CRN 31228 Peter Murphy, Fee $29 Savvy Social Security and Medicare Planning This informative class covers the basics of Social Security and reveals strategies for maximizing your benefits. Learn when to apply for benefits, when it makes sense to delay benefits, how to estimate your benefits, how to minimize taxes on Social Security benefits, how to coordinate Social Security with your other sources of retirement income and other tips. Review different scenarios of when to choose to take Social Security payments along with a discussion on Medicare Part A, B, C and D options. Peter Murphy is a retirement and estate planning specialist. Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Feb. 1, 1 day. Course #PF304 01/CRN 30647 Peter Murphy, Fee $39 w w w. sfcc.e du

Passport to Retirement This class introduces concepts and practices that will help you gain control of your finances. Learn a conservative approach to wise money management and identify lifestyle issues facing retirees. Learn how to seek more from your investments, Social Security and retirement plans. Protect your hard-earned assets from erosion due to inflation and possible cost of long-term health care. Peter Murphy is a retirement and estate planning specialist. Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30 to 9 p.m., March 11, 2 sessions. Course #PF311 01/CRN 30766 Peter Murphy, Fee $69 inancial Literacy for Teens and Young êF

Adults Make money while you sleep. This project based course helps you develop the financial skills necessary to make, manage, multiply and protect your hard-earned money. Discover the realities and dangers of credit card debt along with uncovering the common traits of financially successful people. The student book and curriculum are correlated to the national standards set forth by the Jump$tart Coalition on Personal Financial Literacy. Peter Murphy is a retirement and estate planing specialist and has been teaching at Santa Fe Community College for more than five years. Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Feb. 8, 2 wks. Course #PF320 01/CRN 31229 Peter Murphy, Fee $59

Music

Continuing Education’s music classes teach you the fundamentals so that you will develop your skills at your own pace.

Call 505-428-1270 to register. Beginning Guitar If you’ve never played the guitar or you know a few chords and want to learn more, this course is for you! It covers tuning, chords, finger picking, strumming, lead guitar, reading notes and more. Explore different styles of music and learn a variety of songs during class. Bring your own guitar. Thursday, 7 to 9 p.m., April 3, 4 wks. Course #MU305 01/CRN 30476 Andrew Lovato, Fee $69

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Personal Enrichment “Mrs. Zimmermann is very knowledgeable and quickly put me at ease.”

–Leticia Esteviz

êG uitar: Intensive Immersion Starting with the basics of proper ergonomics, learn the theoretical and practical tools necessary to become a proficient guitar player. Get introduced to the three notation systems used by guitarists, basic diatonic theory necessary to understand scales and chords construction. Singer songwriter Gary Paul Hermus has been a professional performing musician for more than 30 years, playing both Fender bass and guitar, specializing in finger style guitar, in genres ranging from traditional folk, rock, fusion jazz and even world music. Saturday, 10 a.m. to noon, Feb. 8, 6 wks. Course #MU316 01/CRN 31503 Gary Hermus, Fee $99 Discover Your Singing Voice This course is for people who “can’t sing.” If you think you can’t sing or have been told you can’t sing, sign up today! Dr. Priscilla Zimmermann has more than 30 years of experience helping people of all ages discover their latent singing voices. Through various exploration strategies you are encouraged and guided to find your singing voice. Tuesday, Noon to 1:30 p.m., Feb. 4, 3 wks. Course #MU326 01/CRN 30602 Priscilla Zimmermann, Fee $45 The Ageless Singer Do you want to learn how to improve your singing? This class meets the needs of singers of all ages. Singing is a learned skill and people of any age can learn these skills. Learn and practice basic singing techniques through vocal exercises and songs of various styles. Thursday, 3 to 5 p.m., April 3, 4 wks. Course #MU332 01/CRN 30894 Priscilla Zimmermann, Fee $85

Photography

Whether you are a novice with your first digital camera or an advanced photographer learning how to move into the digital age, SFCC has a course that will help you achieve your goals. Discover your hidden talents or heighten your abilities through one of our enjoyable and informative courses.

Call 505-428-1270 to register. Weekend Photo Workshop   ê This workshop focuses on the art of photography. First, we review the basics of design and the many ways photography allows creative expression. Next, we learn to approach photography as image creating instead of picture taking, and visit some of Santa Fe’s photography galleries. The latter half of the class reviews and looks at the many ways photographs are used to create fine art. Some examples include mixed media, collage, encaustic, assemblage and 3-D works. Barbara Bowles has worked as a successful artist, photographer and gallery owner in Santa Fe for more than 9 years. Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., May 10, 2 days. Course #PH302 01/CRN 31647 Barbara Bowles, Fee $129

êC reate a Photographic Book Learn how to edit, sequence and layout a book project using bookmaking software. Explore the different bookmaking software, beginning with Blurb’s Book Smart. Learn to match your digital images to a book design: colors, sizes and more; create the cover; choose images that contribute aesthetically to a page layout and more Linda (Sasha) Wasko has exhibited in Europe, Africa, Australia and Asia. She has taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and SFCC. Classroom: Tuesday and Thursday, 6 to 9 p.m., Feb. 18, 20 and 25; Field trip: Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,Feb. 22, 4 sessions. Course #PH303 01/CRN 31317 Linda (Sasha) Wasko, Fee $139

Discover Your Singing Voice II ê This class is a continuation of Discover Your Singing Voice which moves ahead with more strategies for developing your singing voice for novice singers. Basic vocal technique is explored and expanded. Tuesday, Noon to 1:30 p.m., Feb. 25, 3 wks. Course #MU333 01/CRN 31504 Priscilla Zimmermann, Fee $45

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Personal Enrichment Art Focused Photography Focus on recognizing design elements and how they come together to create more artistic photographs. Photography can be a visual art, if you slow down, think about color, line, texture, emotion and composition. Learn to mindfully create images instead of taking snapshots. The workshop encourages you to express yourself through photography,. This course is not about camera mechanics or technical questions. Any camera you feel comfortable using; from an automatic point and shoot, digital or 35 mm is appropriate. Classroom: Wednesday, 6 to 8:30 p.m., April 2, 9 16 and 23; Field trip: Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, April 12, 5 sessions. Course #PH309 01/CRN 31602 Barbara Bowles, Fee $145 Digital Photography Ready to take the leap into the world of digital photography but confused by the various products and technologies? This class simplifies the entire process by examining all aspects of the digital camera. We discuss resolution, compression, white balance, file formats and media cards plus all the other settings found on today’s digital cameras. Learn photography basics such as shutter speed, aperture or f-stop, ISO, flash, lenses, focus and many other features. Steve Walenta is a digital-imaging specialist with years of experience. Tuesday, 6 to 8 p.m., Feb. 4, 4 wks. Course #PH351 01/CRN 30315 Wednesday, 6 to 8 p.m., Feb. 5, 4 wks. Course #PH351 02/CRN 30977 Steven Walenta, Fee $99

 ands-On Introduction to Digital H Photography With DSLR Learn the basics of using your digital SLR (DSLR) camera through classroom demonstrations, discussions, a photo assignment and a field session. Topics include the different types of DSLR cameras, how to use aperture and shutter speeds, white balance (what it is and how to use it), camera filters, the basic principles of effective composition and more. This class is recommended for those new to DSLR photography as well as film photographers who want to switch to digital. Students must have a digital SLR camera. Linda (Sasha) Wasko has exhibited in Europe, Africa, Australia and Asia. She has taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and SFCC. Classroom: Tuesday and Thursday, 6 to 9 p.m., Feb. 4, 6 and 11; Field trip: Saturday, Noon to 6 p.m., Feb. 8, 4 sessions. Course #PH353 01/CRN 31600 Linda (Sasha) Wasko, Fee $139 Digital Photography II Build on the technical skills you learned in Digital Photography class as you develop and hone your photographic vision. We utilize shooting activities, slideshows about the history of photography and class critiques to help you make better photographs. Explore the more advanced settings in your camera and learn how to use them in real life shooting scenarios. Jackie Munro received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography from New York University. She has taught at NYU and also the 92nd Street Y. Classroom: Wednesday, 6 to 8 p.m., April 9, 16, 30 and May 14; Field trip: Sunday, 10 a.m. to noon, April 27 and May 11, 6 sessions. Course #PH355 01/CRN 31607 Jacqueline Munro, Fee $109

“This class covered the technical skills necessary to shoot in manual mode as well as composition and fine art considerations. Jackie was prepared, thoughtful and always available to her students.”

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Personal Enrichment Fieldwork with a DSLR Camera   ê Gain a strong foundation for using your digital camera with ease in the field. Get practice, become more familiar with and gain new understanding of exposure, flash, light control and histograms during the field trip experience. You have the time—while receiving ongoing guidance—to explore methods of expanding creativity and composition. Field trips are discussed at the first class. You need to have a DSLR camera. Linda (Sasha) Wasko has exhibited in Europe, Africa, Australia and Asia. She has taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and SFCC. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., April 26, 2 wks. Course #PH365 01/CRN 31601 Linda (Sasha) Wasko, Fee $125

Southwest Explorations

The outdoors beckons, and we are responding to the call! Travel near or far for a wonderful exploration of the Southwest. We also are teaching about the region in the classroom, where we look at ancient and contemporary cultures. Whether you want to hike the terrain or sit comfortably in discussion, Southwest Explorations has a class for you.

Call 505-428-1270 to register. Ecology of the Santa Fe Mountains Within a short distance of the Plaza lies a great variety of habitats and plant communities. In this mostly downhill hike of 7.5 miles, we examine vegetation gradients, the evolution of ecosystems, the interplay between geography and climate, microclimates, and how individual flora and fauna have adapted to various environmental conditions. Geologic processes, animal tracks, and plant and bird identification illustrate the details of the various habitats visited. Participants arrange for their own transportation.

“Great introduction to the Chaco site and peoples. I was fascinated all day.”

–Bill Dougherty

Chaco Canyon — Guided Excursions At Chaco Canyon, you’re in touch with the past. On this outing we visit most of the major sites, including Pueblo Bonito, Pueblo del Arroyo, Chetro Ketl and Casa Rinconada as well as hikes out of the canyon. Archaeology, architecture, mythology and the Pueblo worldview are highlighted. Learn about archaeological methods and the prehistory of the area. The course involves two hikes out of the canyon. You must furnish your own transportation and food; car pools to the overnight campsite will be arranged. An itinerary is provided at registration. Early registration is encouraged, as classes generally fill to capacity. Classroom: Wednesday, 6 to 8 p.m., April 30; Field trip: Sunday and Monday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., May 4 and 5, 3 sessions. Course #SW310 01/CRN 30781 William Neuwirth, Fee $149 Animal Tracking Learn more about those animal tracks you’ve noticed on your walks or hikes. This class covers tracking techniques, perceptual widening, different track patterns, scale and animal gaits, rates of track deterioration, clues to animal behavior and animal interaction with the landscape. Students must provide their own transportation. An itinerary is provided in the days preceding the trip. Class size is small to allow for more personal attention, so early registration is encouraged. Sunday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., April 13, 1 day. Course #SW313 01/CRN 31596 William Neuwirth, Fee $75

Sunday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., May 18, 1 day. Course #SW307 01/CRN 31598 William Neuwirth, Fee $79

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Personal Enrichment Survival Skills in the Wilderness This class could save your life. Feel confident hiking New Mexico’s wilderness, ranging from Sonoran desert to arctic alpine life zones. A morning class at 8,600 feet elevation precedes an afternoon hike; putting into practice the techniques learned. Real life examples are cited, where some survived and others didn’t. Favorite topics include lightning, wilderness hazards, weather signs and orienteering with and without a map or compass. Learn endurance techniques, the ten essentials, first aid shortcuts and more.

Introduction to Horseback Riding Join Broken Saddle Riding Company’s long-time wranglers to learn how to groom and care for a horse. Before the ride begins, we go over brushing, saddling and getting a horse prepared for a ride. This is a great class for those who want to be more comfortable around horses and have some hands-on experience. These horses are gentle Tennessee Walkers and students are matched with a horse according to ability. Broken Saddle Riding Company is located south of town in the beautiful Cerrillos Hills, a former mining region.

Sunday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., April 13, 1 day. Course #SW316 01/CRN 31133

Sunday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., May 18, 1 day. Course #SW335 01/CRN 31599 Broken Saddle Riding Co., Fee $95

Sunday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., May 25, 1 day. Course #SW316 02/CRN 31134 Arthur Judd, Fee $49 Birding at Rancho de las Golondrinas Spend a morning at one of Santa Fe county’s hot spots for migration. Participants have the grounds to themselves to view birds, primarily passerines, on the beautiful grounds at Las Golondrinas. William Neuwirth, who has sighted more than 120 species in this area, covers identification techniques and habits. Wednesday, 7 to 11 a.m., April 30, 1 day. Course #SW326 01/CRN 30352 William Neuwirth, Fee $39 History on Horseback Join historian and weekly newspaper columnist Marc Simmons for an informative talk about the lore and legends of the Cerrillos Hills. After the talk, ride on horseback for two hours into the wilderness and retrace the steps of history with a member of the Cerrillos Hills Historic Park. Novice riders will enjoy the smooth-riding Tennessee Walkers and Missouri Fox Trotters. Students must weigh less than 210 pounds and provide height and weight information at registration to be matched with an appropriate horse. Enrollment is limited. Saturday, 10 a.m. to noon, May 17, 1 day. Course #SW332 01/CRN 30484 Broken Saddle Riding Co., Fee $90

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Geology of La Cienega Join local geologist, Kirt Kempter, for a full-day geologic exploration of the La Cienega area south of Santa Fe. A twomile, moderately strenuous hike to the top of Cerro Seguro (350 foot elevation gain) provides a spectacular view of the canyon carved by the Santa Fe river. The rocks in the La Cienega area tell of volcanoes both ancient and young, plus the rise of the nearby Sangre de Cristo mountains. Review the local hydrology and join a discussion on why many natural springs occur in the area. Participants should bring adequate water, hiking gear and their own lunches. Hiking poles are recommended. Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 14, 1 day. Course #SW344 01/CRN 31135 Kirt Kempter, Fee $109 Seasonal Wildflower Identification Would you like to have the tools and skills to identify nearly every native plant in our area? This class guides you through the concepts and terms necessary to successfully negotiate an identification key. Two introductory classroom sessions familiarize you with the botanical basics of flower anatomy. You are then ready to hit the field on the weekend and visit several different habitats. You are guided through the steps in the key to build your ability to know the wildflowers of the area. The half-day session involves easy hiking. Please bring your own magnifying glass and small ruler. Classroom: Wednesday, 6 to 8 p.m., May 7; Field trip: Sunday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., May 11, 2 days. Course #SW345 01/CRN 31597 William Neuwirth, Fee $65

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Personal Enrichment Pack Light Camping for Beginners Enjoy vistas of the mesas through the Chama River Canyon wilderness while packing lighter in the warmer spring weather. Within Ojitos Canyon, walk a segment of the Continental Divide Trail. A trip package is provided at the pre-trip meeting, including all your meals and route information. Recommendations are given for ultralight backpacking techniques, low impact camping, hygiene, water purification and adjusting to the weather. No experience is necessary and beginners are welcome. Brian Johnson is a wilderness trip leader with 40 years of backpacking experience. Classroom: Wednesday, 6 to 9 p.m., April 16, Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., April 26 and 27, 3 days. Course #SW348 01/CRN 31585 Brian Johnson, Fee $85 Geology of the Galisteo Basin This one-day tour heads south from Santa Fe on Highway 14 toward the town of Cerrillos, then ventures east across the Galisteo Basin, returning to Santa Fe via Highway 285 and Eldorado. Weather permitting, a short hike, less than one mile in length, is possible near the town of Cerrillos. Many important geologic sites and events are discussed as we traverse this landscape, including the volcanic history of the Cerrillos Hills and Ortiz Mountains, the onset of rifting in the Santa Fe area, and how the geology of the Galisteo Basin impacts oil, gas and water in the area. Sunday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 2, 1 day. Course #SW360 01/CRN 30663 Kirt Kempter, Fee $109  iking Antiquity, Mesa Prieta Petroglyph Site H This is a three- to four-hour hike through some of the most stunning petroglyphs in New Mexico. Mesa Prieta is a major geological basalt formation overlooking the Rio Grande just north of Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo in northern New Mexico. Along the mesa’s eastern slope is the Mesa Prieta Petroglyph site, on private land and containing more than 6,000 petroglyphs dating from Archaic (5500 B.C.) to modern times. The site is famous for its many shield figures, abundant flute-playing animals and historic images from Spanish settlers. Students are asked to make a $10 donation toward the upkeep of the petroglyph area.

Chaco Canyon on the Equinox - One Day This World Heritage Site and national park hosts a complex of buildings that reflect a knowledge of celestial relationships. This one-day journey gives you firsthand experience of the beauty, precision and intricacy of several Great Houses. Walk through most of the architecture of “downtown Chaco,” as well as Una Vida. Many sites in the canyon align to the solar standstill, and Pueblo stories can provide illumination on the worldview still living in the stones. Students will travel in a college van. Bring your own lunch, snacks and plenty of water. Sunday, 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., March 23, 1 day. Course #SW368 01/CRN 30284 William Neuwirth, Fee $129 Journey to Black Mesa ê Black Mesa, or Mesa Prieta, stands nearly 1,000 feet above the valley floor north of the Rio Grande and Rio Chama confluence. This trip takes a little-known road southeast of Ojo Caliente to a point where we embark on a moderately strenuous 4-mile hike. There is an elevation gain of 400 feet. The hike involves some rough terrain, navigating bouldery slopes. There are spectacular views of the Rio Grande Canyon above Embudo and Dixon. Gain a great perspective of north-central New Mexico landscape as it was 3 million years ago, before Rio Chama and Rio Grande became rivers of erosion. Geologist Kirt Kempter is a very knowledgable travel guide. Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., April 11, 1 day. Course #SW370 01/CRN 31587 Kirt Kempter, Fee $109 Geology of El Rito and Copper Canyon Rim Explore the geology of the beautiful El Rito area with geologist Kirt Kempter. Located at the boundary of the Rio Grande Rift and the Colorado Plateau, the rock units near El Rito reveal a fascinating tale of landscape evolution through time. The tour highlight is a 2.5-mile round trip hike (easy to moderate) to a spectacular overlook of Copper Canyon, a large canyon on the western rim of the Colorado Plateau. The panorama includes the Chama Valley, Cerro Pedernal, Jemez Mountains and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., May 9, 1 day. Course #SW382 01/CRN 30966 Kirt Kempter, Fee $109

Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., April 26, 1 day. Course #SW367 01/CRN 30544 Martha Yates, Fee $75

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Workforce Development & SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGy

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT aND SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES

Water Harvesting and Recycling Conserving and managing our precious water resources are crucial to living in New Mexico. Learn how water harvesting and recycling systems can reduce your water usage and your water bills. Review current practices for using and managing stormwater, including rooftop capture, passive systems, cisterns, pumice wicks, and infiltration strategies. See how easy and cost-effective it is to use your household “graywater” (from showers and washing machines) to irrigate your landscape, plus strategies for dealing with highly-polluting septic tanks and leach fields, making this “blackwater” safe and usable for irrigating your landscape.

êInn  ovating Our Way to Climate Solutions

Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, April 12, 1 day. Course #HB326 01/CRN 30316 Robin Dorrell, Fee $49

Reducing our impact on our environment is vital for a healthy planet. Issues, concepts, strategies and financial benefits of sustainability are discussed in this series of classes.

Today, there are many jaw-dropping innovations that are paving the way towards a solution to climate change dangers. Learn some of the most inspiring innovations that are vastly under reported. Buildings that use 90% less energy, turbine configurations that increase wind power by a factor of 10, products that drastically reduce miningrelated greenhouse gasses and many others are discussed. These innovations collectively provide a basis for a more hopeful future and actions to make it a reality. Harvey Stone is the author of “Melting Down.” Thursday, 6 to 9 p.m., April 3, 5 wks. Course #STC313 01/CRN 31629 Harvey Stone, Fee $129

êC areer Opportunities in Sustainability There are many, many jobs for individuals who understand sustainability principles today. Some are vocational “green jobs.” Others carry a “sustainable” title, e.g. “Sustainability Manager.” The greatest opportunities are for people who can implement their sustainability knowledge as architects, designers, engineers, waste managers, marketers, financial officers and in other traditional hiring categories. These positions are available in government, health care, education and other sectors including small- to mediumsized businesses, where the need to reduce costs, risks and compliance burden is strong. Harvey Stone, Ph.D. has been a guest lecturer at UNM and UC-Berkeley on innovation design and implementation. Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 29, 2 wks. Course #STC396 01/CRN 31631 Harvey Stone, Fee $145

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Workplace Safety EPA Lead RRP Certified Renovator, Initial To protect against the risk of lead-based products, in 2008 the EPA issued the Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule. It requires that firms performing renovation, repair and painting projects that disturb lead-based paint in pre-1978 homes, child care facilities and schools be certified by the EPA and that they use certified renovators who are trained by EPAapproved training providers to follow lead-safe work practices. This course is an EPA-approved course. Individuals who successfully complete this course will be certified by the EPA as Lead-Safe Contractors. Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Jan. 24, 1 day. Course #LD313 01/CRN 31613 Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Feb. 21, 1 day. Course #LD313 02/CRN 31614 Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 28, 1 day. Course #LD313 03/CRN 31615 Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., April 25, 1 day. Course #LD313 04/CRN 31616 Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., May 23, 1 day. Course #LD313 05/CRN 31617 Janet Kerley, Fee $195

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Sustainable Technologies Lead Renovator Refresher Individuals who have successfully completed an EPAapproved lead safety training course may choose to take this four-hour renovation refresher course training in lieu of the eight-hour lead initial course. Lead safety courses are listed at www.epa.gov/lead. This course trains renovation, repair and painting contractors for safe work practices in housing with lead-based paint and to comply with EPA’s Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule. This course has been approved by the EPA for purposes of certification to conduct Renovation, Repair and Painting activities pursuant to Section 402 of the Toxic Substances Control Act (15 U.S.C. 2682). EPA Accreditation: NAT-RV-R-19212-1-EN. After completing training and passing the exam, students are certified per regulations. Books and materials are included in the price. Friday, 8 a.m. to noon, Jan. 17, 1 day. Course #LD333 01/CRN 31608 Friday, 8 a.m. to noon, Feb. 7, 1 day. Course #LD333 02/CRN 31609 Friday, 8 a.m. to noon, March 7, 1 day. Course #LD333 03/CRN 31610 Friday, 8 a.m. to noon, April 4, 1 day. Course #LD333 04/CRN 31611 Friday, 8 a.m. to noon, May 2, 1 day. Course #LD333 05/CRN 31612 Janet Kerley, Fee $99 OSHA 10 Hour for Construction Standards This 10-hour Construction Standards Outreach Course provides a hazards- recognition approach to construction safety and health standards for workers covered by 29 CFR 1926. Topics include: an introduction to OSHA, electrical safety, fall protection, ladder safety, excavation safety, scaffold safety, materials handling, forklift safety, personal protective equipment and permit-required confined space entry. Upon successful completion, participants receive an OSHA Construction Standards 10-hour card. Wednesday and Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Jan. 15, 2 days. Course #OS300 01/CRN 31618 Wednesday and Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Feb. 5, 2 days. Course #OS300 02/CRN 31619 Wednesday and Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 5, 2 days. Course #OS300 03/CRN 31620 Wednesday and Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., April 2, 2 days. Course #OS300 04/CRN 31621 Wednesday and Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., April 30, 2 days. Course #OS300 05/CRN 31622 Janet Kerley, Fee $199

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OSHA 30 Hour for Construction Standards This 30-hour Construction Standards Outreach Course provides comprehensive overview of OSHA construction industry standards (29 CFR 1926). The course introduces students to OSHA policies, procedures and standards, as well as basic construction safety and health principles. The scope and application of OSHA construction standards is also addressed. Upon successful completion of hands on activities and written exam, participants receive an OSHA Construction Standards 30-hour card. Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Jan. 27, 4 days. Course #OS302 01/CRN 31623 Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 24, 4 days. Course #OS302 02/CRN 31624 Janet Kerley, Fee $560 OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Standards This 10-hour course provides an orientation to occupational health and safety for workers covered by 29 CFR 1910 general industry regulations. Topics include OSHA and general duty, walking and working surfaces, electrical hazards, hazardous materials, personal protective equipment, machine guarding and hazard communication. Upon successful completion, participants receive an OSHA General Industry Safety and Health 10-hour card. Monday and Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Feb. 17, 2 days. Course #OS310 01/CRN 31625 Monday and Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., April 21, 2 days. Course #OS310 02/CRN 31626 Janet Kerley, Fee $199 Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response (HAZWOPER)-40 hours This course is designed for workers involved in cleanup operations, emergency response operations or storage, disposal or treatment of hazardous waste. The topics covered in the 40-hour Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) include chemical and physical hazard recognition, hazard controls, selection of personal protective equipment, air monitoring, respiratory protection, site control, decontamination, field-specific operations (drum handling, trenching and excavation, etc.) and an introduction to emergency response. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Feb. 24, 5 days. Course #OS315 01/CRN 31627 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., May 12, 5 days. Course #OS315 02/CRN 31628 Janet Kerley, Fee $799

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Green Building Center of and Energy for Excellence Efficiency Green Building and Energy Efficiency.

In 2012 Santa Fe Community College was awarded funding to become the state Center of Excellence for Green Building and Energy Efficiency. This has enabled SFCC to develop curricula and trainings to ensure that our workforce has access to the most up‑to‑date information in these fields. Trainings are often scheduled throughout the year on an as-needed basis, so please contact 505-428-1805 for more information about these classes.

BPI Building Analyst In this class you’ll learn hands-on how to inspect and diagnose an existing home’s energy consumption, focusing on health and safety issues that can arise during energy efficiency improvements. Successfully complete the class, and pass the written and field tests, to earn certification by the Building Performance Institute for the nationally recognized Building Analyst Certification. Classes start with an online component that is offered regularly throughout the year. BPI Envelope Professional Build on the BPI Building Analyst core knowledge with this three day course that provides more in-depth information about the building envelope, air sealing, insulation and verification issues for existing homes. Successful completion of the class, and written and field tests, qualifies participants for the nationally recognized Building Performance Institute Envelope Professional Certification. You must have Building Analyst Certification to take this class.

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HERS Rater Certification HERS Certification enables you to perform HERS energy ratings and qualify homes for Energy Star designation. Use your construction background and math skills to learn building science, including blower door and duct blaster training and energy modeling. Upon completion of this class, you’ll be prepared to take the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET) certification exam and complete two hands-on energy ratings. Building Operator Certification Building Operator Certification (BOC) is a nationally recognized, competency-based training and certification program that offers facilities personnel the improved job skills and knowledge they need to make workplaces more comfortable, energy-efficient and environmentally friendly. The eight-day class is taken over several months, allowing time for project completion in the student’s facility. Green Advantage Certification (Residential and Commercial) Stand out in the construction industry by earning a Green Advantage Certification. The one-day course prepares you for the test by emphasizing construction field practices that can improve the environmental and health attributes of the built environment. The three-year, renewable certification is designed to enhance project collaboration and increase the ability to meet or exceed environmental goals. Thermal Bypass and Advanced Framing Anyone working in green construction will learn important building science in this four-hour course. Gain an understanding of thermal bypass and advanced framing with the use of a scale model house that demonstrates the core principles involved. Successful students will receive a certificate verifying their knowledge of energy efficiency and resource reduction techniques in construction. Mobile Training Unit Courses We can come to you with customized training packages that meet the specific needs of your business or rural community with our fully equipped mobile training rig. Please contact us to discuss your specific training needs and to determine if the mobile training unit can help. Suggested trainings: Weatherization installer Energy auditor Facilities energy efficiency awareness

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Sustainable Technologies

Weatherization

We train for the four core weatherization jobs as determined by the Department of Energy. Retrofit Installer Technician Learn all the necessary skills and knowledge to become an installer for weatherization programs. Learn air sealing, insulation and blower door testing in this comprehensive training.

New Mexico Energy$mart Academy is one of the Department of Energy’s National Weatherization Training Centers and is accredited by the Interstate Renewable Energy Council for all programs

Crew Leader After taking the Installer Training, you can go on to become a crew leader by taking this 3-day training. Learn crew management, communication skills and specialized diagnostic testing. Energy Auditor This course trains an auditor in comprehensive inspection and diagnostic analysis of a house, including the building envelope, mechanical systems, lighting and appliances, blower door and combustion testing, zone pressure diagnostics, measure selections, generating work orders, infrared skills and more. Quality Control Inspector The Quality Control Inspector is responsible for verifying work quality. Learn special diagnostic testing skills and how to quality check work done.

We are also a BPI Test Center for these four certifications. For more information about these classes, prices and schedules, call: Amanda Evans 505-428-1805 www.sfcc.edu/nm_energysmart_academy

Clean Economy conference



Albuquerque, NM; Jan. 2014 If there is one event to attend in 2014, this is it. Whether you attend for the farm-to-table dinner with celebrity chef Gourmet Steward, the full day workshop on local food production with “lunatic farmer” Joel Salatin, or the twoday Carbon Economy Summit topped off with a Sustainability Trade Show, the information provided by these amazing experts is some of the most relevant and important knowledge the future will rely upon. We very much look forward to learning with you. For more information, please contact www.carboneconomyseries.com.

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Business and Professional Skills

If you are interested in updating your work skills and making yourself more marketable in this ever-changing economy, these classes are for you. Grantsmanship: Securing Resources for Nonprofit Organizations This two-day course brings order and simplicity to the grantsmanship process. It is designed for beginning grant writers concerned with securing funding for nonprofit organizations. Learn to locate and research government funding sources, match project ideas with grantor needs, approach grantors and write winning proposals. Postworkshop assistance is available. Spanning a 30-year career, Richard Marchese has written more than 600 proposals for more than $100 million in funds. Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 7, 2 days. Course #BP313 01/CRN 30621 Richard Marchese, Fee $135 Full Service Restaurant Training This class is for the restaurant professional who would like to improve his or her skills in fine dining service. This hands-on class improves your talents and efficiency in serving your guests. Learn table service techniques through interactive role playing. Topics include a step-by-step sequence of service from greeting your guests to departure from the restaurant, suggestive selling to increase company profits along with wine service. Sophie Palm has been the restaurant manager at the Hotel Santa Fe and The Hacienda Spa for more than 10 years and has been in the hospitality industry for more than 25 years. Monday and Wednesday, 10 a.m. to noon, Feb. 3, 5 wks. Course #BP322 01/CRN 31222 Sophie Palm, Fee $99

Grantsmanship Training Program This is the workshop, first offered in 1972 and continuously updated, that began a new era in training for nonprofit agencies. Designed for both novice and experienced grantseekers, the Grantsmanship Training Program® is a comprehensive workshop that covers researching funding sources and writing and reviewing real proposals. The program teaches you to use The Grantsmanship Center’s ® proposal writing format, the most widely used in the world. During the workshop you search out funding sources and you develop a proposal for your own agency or help a classmate develop one. You leave this workshop with new skills and the ability to apply those skills to the needs of your own organization. The course fee includes a one-year membership which includes proposal review, access to funding databases, tuition discounts and more. Register at www.TGCI.com. Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., May 12, 5 days. Course Fee $895

“Richard has a great deal of experience and practical knowledge and he knows how to deliver it at a pace that makes the ideas accessible and memorable. Thank you!”

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Professional Development Life After Retirement You’ve had successes in your life. You have played different roles and balanced a number of them at the same time. What’s next? It is time to switch gears and live your life by choice rather than by chance. The key to having a fulfilling life at every stage is having a life plan aligned with your values, personal passions and strengths. Using hands-on exercises, learn how you got to where you are now, what matters most to you and develop a realistic plan to live the life you choose now and in the future. Phyllis Moore, MSBA is a business consultant and a career and executive coach for Kinet-ix with over 15 years of consulting experience with executive level management. Jacqueline Gould, MA, Med has been a management consultant, organization development facilitator and professional coach for over 20 years.

Social Media Marketing for Business Social Media is changing the way we do business. It’s not what you say about your business that counts any more, but what your customers say to each other. Have you really looked at how SMM can promote and grow your business? This one-session class takes an introductory look at how social media is being used to expand beyond traditional marketing. Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Pinterest and LinkedIn will be discussed along with other popular SMM platforms.

Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, March 29, 2 wks. Course #BP332 01/CRN 31224 Phyllis Moore, Fee $85

Social media has led us into a new age of social business. The way customers and companies connect has moved to a more direct and informal style. Blogging, and platforms like Twitter and Facebook, need clear communication styles to build an online audience. Learn what it means to develop a tone of voice for your brand/business, understand how to implement your communication style on various social media platforms and discover resources to assist you in cultivating your online presence. Kerry Armour has been teaching social media classes at SFCC for more than six years.

Crowdfunding: A New Way to Fund Projects Crowdfunding is a new method of funding for one time creative projects and businesses. It has become one of the most popular and successful ways of financing charitable ventures, movies, music, art, publishing, application development and entrepreneurial startups. As charitable donations have decreased and traditional lending institutions have cut back on loans to small businesses, crowdfunding has become an attractive alternative. Marcia Kaplan, MBA, has been a market research and marketing consultant for more than 17 years. Wednesday, 5:30 to 8 p.m., April 16, 1 day. Course #BP333 01/CRN 30835 Marcia Kaplan, Fee $35 Introduction to Your iPhone Learn how to use your iPhone for more than phone calls. Get tips on basic setup and syncing through iCloud, along with an explanation of how the various tools like Contacts, Mail, and Calendars fit together. Hear suggestions for saving money on data consumption and extending the battery life. Find out about useful apps and how you can configure your screen to personalize your experience. Friday, 9 a.m. to noon, March 7, 2 wks. Course #BP359 01/CRN 31225 Friday, 9 a.m. to noon, April 4, 2 wks. Course #BP359 02/CRN 31226 Jason Goodyear, Fee $59

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Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., March 8, 1 day. Course #BP384 01/CRN 30775 Kerry Armour, Fee $45 Social Media Communication for Business ê

Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Feb. 15, 1 day. Course #BP430 01/CRN 31223 Kerry Armour, Fee $45 Introduction To LinkedIn Career  Networking – Online In this course, get hands-on experience with this powerful tool as you build your own career network. Learn how to create a profile that shows your professional achievements off to their best advantage, and gain techniques for deepening and expanding your business contacts. Learn how to incorporate LinkedIn into your overall job search and career development strategy, including traditional methods such as calling, letter writing, email etiquette, in-person interviewing, as well as some of the newer media, including text etiquette and social media do’s and don’ts. Start Dates: Jan. 15, Feb. 19, Mar. 19, Apr. 16, May 21 www.ed2go.com/sfccnm

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Blogging And Podcasting For Beginners — Online If you’re thinking of starting a blog or just beginning one, this course is for you. Perhaps you’d like to try out podcasting too. In this course, learn how to create, manage, and promote your own blog and audio and video podcast using tools that you already have on your computer—no paid software or equipment is needed. Through handson exercises, discover the benefits of using free web tools. Guided by an expert instructor, creating a blog and podcast is much easier than you ever imagined. And by the end of this course, you’ll be amazed how much you’ve accomplished. Start Dates: Jan. 15, Feb. 19, Mar. 19, Apr. 16, May 21 www.ed2go.com/sfccnm

Computer Skills

With a command of and fluency with computers—which are now an integral part of our daily lives,—SFCC’s Continuing Education has developed a computer series to launch you on your way to personal or professional development. Supplemental courses will enhance your skills.

Call 505-428-1270 to register. Word I 2010 Microsoft Word is the world’s most popular wordprocessing software. Learn the fundamentals including creating, editing, saving and printing a document. Use bullets and numbering, learn cut/copy/paste, and set tab stops and leaders, then see how to enhance your work with formatting and adding simple borders. This class is for individuals with little or no knowledge of word processing, however, it is recommended that students be familiar with the Windows environment. Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., Feb. 11, 2 sessions. Course #CPC312 01/CRN 30268 Kenneth Pinter, Fee $99

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Excel I 2010 Whether you are managing a household or running a small business, Excel helps you automate your books using everyday math. Learn basic spreadsheet techniques; how to enter, analyze and calculate data; use of simple formulas; and much more. Students should have a working knowledge of Windows. Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., Feb. 25, 2 sessions. Course #CPC313 01/CRN 30270 Kenneth Pinter, Fee $99 PowerPoint 2010 Do you often need to make presentations to a live audience or produce free-running slide shows? Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 is a popular tool that allows you to produce and give professional looking PC-based presentations. In this course, you design and build presentations utilizing text, images, and audio and video clips. Learn how to incorporate various slide designs, transitions and animations to make your presentations more interesting and memorable, and to print handouts. Rules for effective presentations are also discussed. Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., March 11, 2 sessions. Course #CPC314 01/CRN 30834 Kenneth Pinter, Fee $99 Word II 2010 You’ve learned the basics, now learn to apply sophisticated Word features to enhance the look and efficiency of your work. Learn how to use mail merge for mailing lists and to create and use tables, headers/footers, styles and columns. A working knowledge of Word and its basic features is recommended. Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., Feb. 18, 2 sessions. Course #CPC320 01/CRN 30272 Kenneth Pinter, Fee $99

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Professional Development Excel II 2010 Build on your basic knowledge of Excel to increase your productivity. Learn to construct advanced formulas; use worksheet information in database fashion; design charts; protect worksheet data; and learn about macros, simple scenarios and more. Excel I or equivalent skills are recommended. Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., March 4, 2 sessions. Course #CPC321 01/CRN 30274 Kenneth Pinter, Fee $99

Computer Classes for Digital Imaging Call 505-428-1270 to register. Digital Photography: The Computer (Mac Users) This class is only for Mac users. It examines digital photography capabilities, from importing images into the computer to making the final print. Learn how to import, organize and archive digital images. We’ll discuss preparing images for printing and the Internet. You’ll also learn basic image improvements such as redeye removal, color balance, contrast adjustment and creative cropping. Gain a better understanding of how to use the computer to manage your digital images effectively. Steve Walenta is a digital imaging specialist. Monday and Wednesday, Noon to 3 p.m., March 3, 2 sessions. Course #CPI325 01/CRN 30974 Steven Walenta, Fee $85

“Steve shows patience in answering many questions! Explains in a way for me to understand. Great instructor.”

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Photoshop for Beginners This hands-on course gives you a thorough overview of the almost limitless possibilities of Adobe Photoshop, the premier image-editing program. Topics include basic commands, image adjustments and enhancements, layers, special effects, selections, cropping and saving images for the Web and email. Photoshop has many uses: marketing and business materials, restoring and retouching photographs and fine art imaging are just a few of the many ways to use the program. Basic Mac or PC skills are required. Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, April 26, 3 wks. Course #CPI350 01/CRN 30322 LeAnne Summers, Fee $99 Monday, Noon to 3 p.m., March 24, 3 wks. Course #CPI350 02/CRN 30324 Steven Walenta, Fee $99 Adobe Photoshop Elements 9.0 In this class we explore Elements 9.0, the affordable and versatile image-editing software from Adobe. Learn how to remove red eye; crop; adjust color and contrast; brush away wrinkles and unwanted objects; and create composites and panoramas. Find out how to add text and decorative edges, organize your photos, create a slideshow and prepare images for the Web. Students should have an understanding of basic computer functions such as opening files, saving files and creating folders. Steven Walenta is a freelance digital-imaging specialist and photographer. Wednesday, 4 to 7 p.m., Feb. 12, 3 wks. Course #CPI352 01/CRN 30321 Steven Walenta, Fee $99 Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 software helps you bring out the best in your photographs, whether you’re perfecting one image, searching for ten, processing hundreds, or organizing thousands. Create incredible images that move your audience. Experiment fearlessly with state-of-the-art nondestructive editing tools. Easily manage all your images and showcase your work in elegant print layouts, slideshows, web galleries and online photo-sharing sites. Get just the look you want from every shot with state-of-the art image processing tools that let you easily alter contrast, tune color, convert to black-and-white, add grain, reduce noise, adjust sharpness and more. Monday, Noon to 3 p.m., Feb. 3, 3 wks. Course #CPI353 01/CRN 31637 Steven Walenta, Fee $125

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Computer Classes for the Mac Call 505-428-1270 to register. Learn to Love a Mac — An Introduction Swore you’d never try a Mac? Try this class out for an introduction to the Mac computer and its current OSX operating system. The class covers the standard software programs and all the basics, including using the mouse, the keyboard menus and shortcuts; the desktop and finder features; file management; opening applications and documents; printing; customizing and using the Internet; and basic email protocol. This course is for individuals with little or no knowledge of the Mac. Friday, 9 a.m. to noon, May 2, 2 wks. Course #CPM348 01/CRN 30327 Jason Goodyear, Fee $99 Monday and Wednesday, Noon to 3 p.m., April 14, 2 sessions. Course #CPM348 02/CRN 30328 Steven Walenta, Fee $99 Introduction to Mac This is a longer course than “Love a Mac,” with the opportunity to try things at home in between classes. All the material in “Love a Mac” is covered and basic Mac operating system concepts are introduced. Students address practical concerns, including file management, different hardware configurations and networking. Learn how to print your own font list, install and manage your fonts, basic troubleshooting and other useful tips and tricks. Friday, 9 a.m. to noon, Feb. 7, 4 wks. Course #CPM349 01/CRN 30326 Jason Goodyear, Fee $175

Computers for the Inexperienced Call 505-428-1270 to register. Basic Computers Are you feeling that computer technology has passed you by? Afraid that a standard computer course will go too fast? This hands-on course covers the basics of the personal computer system at a leisurely pace. Learn why and if you need to upgrade your computer or purchase a new one. Gain a better understanding of commonly used gadgets like Notebooks, Pads, Smartphones and Kindles. Topics also include the difference between hard drives, flash drives, DVDs and other new technology. This class is the perfect foundation for your next class: Basic Windows 7. No prior computer experience is required. Monday and Wednesday, 1 to 3:30 p.m., Feb. 3, 2 wks. Course #CPS301 01/CRN 31237 Janet Olojo, Fee $99 Exploring the Internet and Email Although the Internet can be intimidating, this slow-paced course is geared specifically toward PC users, showing you how much fun the Internet can be. Learn the basics of the Internet and get hands-on experience surfing the Web and learning how to perform online searches and use email. Participants should have some basic computer knowledge. Monday and Wednesday, 1 to 3:30 p.m., March 3, 2 wks. Course #CPS302 01/CRN 30743 Janet Olojo, Fee $99 Basic Windows 7 Now that you have mastered the basics of the personal computer, find out about the operating system behind the scenes. This hands-on, leisurely course focuses on navigating the new Windows 7 environment. Learn how to customize and manage your desktop; use desktop icons and shortcuts, create new folders, learn file management and finally become skilled at backing up your data safely. This course is for individuals with little or no prior experience. Windows XP users are welcome! Monday and Wednesday, 1 to 3:30 p.m., Feb. 17, 2 wks. Course #CPS303 01/CRN 30278 Janet Olojo, Fee $99

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Professional Development

Computers For The Web Call 505-428-1270 to register. Introduction to Web Design Learning the basics of Web design is critical, whether you want to learn to do it all yourself or if you want to hire someone else to help. Learn the basics of the Web: HTML, text, images, links and cascading style sheets (CSS). Learn about different tools and services to help you build a website. Leave class with a basic website uploaded on the web. Hosting for your new site for a limited time is included. Zac Van Note is a graphic and Web designer who teaches for the University of New Mexico and has been teaching at SFCC for over 12 years. Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., March 8, 1 day. Course #CPW344 01/CRN 31239 Zachary Van Note, Fee $125 Creating a Web Portfolio: Gallery for Artists ê

and Photographers If you’re a visual artist of any kind, you need an online presence to share your work with the rest of the world. Building an online portfolio or gallery of images is easier than you might think. This class looks at several options and helps you build a gallery of sample images. Leave with the knowledge of how to create and maintain an attractive, professional portfolio site. Zac Van Note is a graphic and Web designer who teaches for the University of New Mexico and has been teaching at SFCC for more than 12 years. Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., March 29, 1 day. Course #CPW345 01/CRN 31240 Zachary Van Note, Fee $75

Creating a Custom WebSite with WordPress ê WordPress makes it easy to setup a customizable website. This content management system (CMS) is the most popular way to create and update blogs and websites. Create a website live on the Web in class. Hosting for your new site for a limited time is included. Zac Van Note is a graphic and Web designer who teaches for the University of New Mexico and has been teaching at SFCC for over 12 years.

Introduction To Php And Mysql – Online  Learn how to create an interactive website, allowing visitors to post and retrieve information provided by you or your site’s visitors. In this six-week online course, learn to create dynamic Web pages using the PHP programming language and the MySQL database server. Discover how you can allow your site’s visitors to add new information to an online database, search through posted data, and create meaningful printed reports. Leave class with plenty of useful code templates that help you to create your own dynamic, Web-based, content management system. Start Dates: Jan. 15, Feb. 19, Mar. 19, Apr. 16, May 21 www.ed2go.com/sfccnm Introduction To Programming – Online  first steps toward a career as a computer Take your programmer! Learn to use Just BASIC, a free Windows programming language, to create stand-alone applications for professional or personal use. As you explore the BASIC programming language, learn how to work with graphical user interfaces, controls, variables, arrays, conditional logic, and loops. Get the skills and confidence you need to program in BASIC and design your own custom applications for home, school, or work. Start Dates: Jan. 15, Feb. 19, Mar. 19, Apr. 16, May 21 www.ed2go.com/sfccnm Introduction To SQL – Online  Learn the key concepts of Structured Query Language (SQL), and gain a solid working knowledge of this powerful and universal database programming language. Learn about the basic structure of relational databases and how to read and write simple and complex SQL statements and advanced data manipulation techniques. Learn how to reformat retrieved data with calculated fields and how to merge columns and create alternate names for columns. Get the skills to gather significant statistics from data using aggregate functions, and see how to extract data from multiple tables simultaneously using joins and subqueries. In addition, learn how to manipulate data using the INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE statements. Start Dates: Jan. 15, Feb. 19, Mar. 19, Apr. 16, May 21 www.ed2go.com/sfccnm

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Health Care Professionals Call 505-428-1270 to register. S.T.A.B.L.E. Program The S.T.A.B.L.E. Program is designed for the period following resuscitation of the newborn until care is transferred to the neonatal transport team or members of the neonatal ICU team. This mnemonic based tool focuses on the post-resuscitation care of sick neonates including physical assessment, problem recognition and patient management. The S.T.A.B.L.E. Program is a concise, directive tool to help maternal/child healthcare providers to organize the myriad of details and interventions necessary to provide care to a sick and/or premature infant. The program has also evolved to serve as an orientation tool for the neonatal ICU. Topics include: Sugar – initial IV therapy, neonates at risk to develop hypoglycemia, safe use of central lines, treatment of hypoglycemia; Temperature – the detrimental effects and consequences of hypothermia and prevention of hypothermia; Airway – assessment of respiratory distress, challenging patients, initial ventilator therapy and blood gas assessment; Blood pressure – the causes and presentation of hypovolemic, cardiogenic and septic shock; Lab work – neonatal sepsis and CBC interpretation; Emotional support – the crisis that parents experience with birth of a sick baby and how to support parents during this crisis. Lynne Landis NNP, BC is a certified neonatal nurse practitioner with over 24 years’ experience as NICU nurse and over 17 years as Neonatal Nurse Practitioner. Friday and Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 7, 2 days. Course #HCP355 01/CRN 31525 Lynne Landis, Fee $195

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Small Business Development Center Workshops

The Santa Fe Small Business Development Center (SBDC) offers affordable workshops to existing business owners and their staff as well as potential entrepreneurs. Workshops are held on the SFCC campus as well as in a variety of locations throughout the Santa Fe area. Offerings include: • Bookkeeping Basics – By the Numbers • Budgeting and Forecasting – Can We Afford it? • Creating a Business Plan – You’ve Got to Have a Plan • The Right Entity at the Right Time – Time for a Change? • Cash flow - Why Am I Broke When I’m Making a Profit? • Hiring, Training, & Managing Employees – Get the Right People on the Bus • Create an Integrated Marketing Plan – Tell the World! • Search Engine Optimization – Dead on the Web? • Government Contracting • Year End Tax Issues- Wrapping Up The Year & Making Sense of the Shoebox • …and the ever-popular “Steps to Starting a Small Business” You can review a complete course listing and register online by visiting www.nmsbdc.org/santafe and clicking on the “Workshop Calendar” button. Or call us at 505-428-1343 if you would prefer to register by telephone. The Santa Fe Small Business Development Center is one of 20 centers located across New Mexico offering confidential, no cost consulting services since 1989. Call us today and find out why the New Mexico SBDC Network is the resource of choice for over 79,000 New Mexico entrepreneurs.

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Planetarium Where the Stars Are! February through May 2014

public programs

Tickets

$5 for adults $3 for preteens and seniors FREE for SFCC students, SFCC employees and planetarium members.

Backyard Astronomy Feb. 6 and March 6, 7 to 8 p.m. April 3 and May 1, 8 to 9 p.m. Enjoy a live presentation of the current skies in the planetarium and an outdoor viewing of the night directly from the college grounds. The sky viewing follows the planetarium presentation on the college grounds, if weather permits. A Month with the Moon Feb. 13, 7 to 8 p.m. The moon has fascinated mankind throughout the ages. Learn more about our natural satellite by attending this planetarium presentation. The New Milky Way Part 1 March 13, 7 to 8 p.m. The New Milky Way Part 2 March 20, 7 to 8 p.m. Our galaxy, piece by piece. Stars, cosmic clocks, the halo, the core and the disk. Join us to learn more about our home place. The Astronomers’ Workbench: How to Select and Use a Telescope April 10, 8 to 9 p.m. Commonly asked questions about telescopes are answered during this planetarium presentation. Questions such as: Which type of telescope should I get? What will I be able to see? Are they very expensive? will be discussed.

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Tickets go on sale at the door 30 minutes before each program. Shows begin promptly; latecomers are not admitted. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Regular programs are not suitable for children under 5 years old. Our Solar System April 17, 8 to 9 p.m. These presentations provide lunar observation and planet exploration. Topics include: The moon and the sun, eclipses and occultation, the planets, asteroids and comets. Join us in learning more about our local neighborhood. Astrophotography May 8, 8 to 9 p.m. Photography, or “drawing with light” in Greek, is a term coined long ago. A picture’s worth a thousand words and the night sky is full of objects ready to capture. How can we do it? Come to the planetarium and find out. Astronomy with Binoculars May 15, 8 to 9 p.m. Binoculars are highly versatile instruments that can reveal craters on the moon, the moons orbiting Jupiter, the Milky Way star fields, and even other galaxies. In many ways, binoculars prove superior to telescopes for those starting out in astronomy. Come to the planetarium to learn why sometimes two eyes are better than one.

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Support the Planetarium Become a Member Membership Benefits Members receive one-year free admission to regularly scheduled shows.

Membership Options

Arcturus (seniors 65+, teachers and students) $30 a year per person Spica (individuals) $40 a year per person Gemini (couples) $70.00 a year per couple Pleiades (family) $100 a year for up to four people

For more information about membership, call 505-428-1744 or contact juan.alvarezdelcasti@sfcc.edu

Give Stars as Gifts

When you purchase one of the 2,354 stars or other celestial features of the Spitz 512 planetarium projector, you are supporting youth programming. Your star purchase is a tax-deductible gift to help underwrite free educational programming in the planetarium for children from local public and private schools. For every star purchased, you will receive: • Information about your star and its location in our universe • A personalized certificate with a beautiful crystal star Prices Stars...............................$25 Planets.................... $500 The moon...................... Sold The sun................ $1,000 Aurora Borealis..........$1,000 Meteor shower..... $1,000 Constellations................................. Prices vary (if available) For more information, call 505-428-1744 or contact juan.alvarezdelcasti@sfcc.edu w w w. sfcc.e du

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Through programming, presentations and tours of the night sky, the planetarium helps teachers engage students from kindergarten through 12th grade in meaningful learning about the solar system, stars and galaxies. For more information call 505-428-1744 or contact us at juan.alvarezdelcasti@sfcc.edu

Out-of-This-World Facility Rental Options

Searching for a unique event, or special celebration venue, meeting or conference facility? Our planetarium is all this and more. • Ambience and atmosphere • Different and unique • Affordable • Access for guests with disabilities

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social media strategist certification

Social Media Strategist Certification Preparation

The National Institute for Social Media, Social Media Strategist (SMS) certification training course (30 hours) puts you at the forefront of social media in business today. It not only provides you with the knowledge and skills you need to become proficient in strategic social media methodologies, but it also prepares you to take the NISM Social Media Strategist certification examination.

Overview The NISM Social Media Strategist certification preparation course is divided into six separate content modules. These six modules and the outcomes you can expect from this course are listed below: Strategic Planning Create a social media strategic plan that supports company goals. Compliance & Governance Learn the components and framework of social media policies. Social Media Marketing Generate a social media marketing plan with targeted content. Project & Community Management Develop social media action plans with key performance indicators. Community Management Learn the principles of engaging and building relationships online. Research & Analysis Showcase the results of your work to those who need to know

Prerequisites: It is recommended, but not required, that participants have at least an associate degree, or 2 years of businessrelated social media experience. It is also recommended that participants have a computer, tablet or mobile device with Internet access. This will allow participants to directly engage in hands-on activities. Asynchronous online learning beginning Feb. 17 and ending March 28 (6 weeks). *Optional 1 hour Web conferences with the instructor available once a week.

Fee: $995.00 Payment will be taken by the National Institute for Social Media. The course fee does not include fees for the certification exam.

To register please go to http://bit.ly/IFWNkf. Course number: 1483

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Online classes • www.ed2go.com/sfccnm

Online Classes from the Comfort of Home Our online classes are open to everyone Instructor-Facilitated Online Learning

Expert Instructors 24-Hour Access Online Discussion Areas

Our instructor-facilitated online classes are informative, fun, convenient and highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. All classes run for six to eight weeks (with a twoweek grace period at the end). Classes are projectoriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links and more. You can complete any class entirely from your home or office any time of the day or night.

Learn more. Visit www.ed2go.com/sfccnm.

Registration and payment must be made at ed2go.com/sfccnm New class sessions begin monthly. Please visit our Online Instruction Center to see exact start dates for the classes that interest you.

How to Get Started: 1. Visit our Online Instruction Center: www.ed2go.com/sfccnm 2. Click the Courses link, choose the department and course title you are interested in and select the Enroll Now button. Follow the instructions to enroll and pay for your course. Here you will enter your e-mail and choose a password that will grant you access to the Classroom. 3. When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with your e-mail and the password you selected during enrollment. Start Dates New course sessions begin each month. Please visit our Online Instruction Center to see exact start dates for the courses that interest you. Requirements All courses require Internet access, email, Microsoft Internet Explorer or Firefox web browsers. Some courses may have additional requirements. Please visit our Online Instruction Center for more information. Course Fees start at just $99 Registration and payment must be made at ed2go.com/sfccnm.

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Online classes • www.ed2go.com/sfccnm BUSINESS COURSES Accounting Fundamentals Gain a marketable new skill by learning the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, financial reporting, and more. Administrative Assistant Fundamentals Prepare to take advantage of the many new job opportunities in health care, legal services, and other industries. Managing Customer Service Become indispensable to any organization by understanding how to identify and meet customer needs. Introduction to QuickBooks Learn how to quickly and efficiently gain control over the financial aspects of your business. Distribution and Logistics Management Improve your company’s ability to deliver on time and on budget, while increasing customer satisfaction. Introduction to Business Analysis Master powerful techniques to improve your decision-making skills at work. Real Estate Law Learn the basics of real estate law, including investing, title searching, and mortgages. Introduction to Peachtree Accounting Get the training you need to perform everyday accounting tasks using Peachtree Accounting software. Mastery of Business Fundamentals Acquire practical experience in strategic planning, management, and finance without enrolling in an MBA program. Project Management Fundamentals Gain the skills you’ll need to succeed in the fast-growing field of project management.

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Understanding the Human Resources Function Learn to handle human resource functions to ensure the best possible results. Professional Sales Skills Discover how to begin a successful and rewarding career in sales. Employment Law Fundamentals Learn the basics of employment law so you can legally hire, evaluate, and manage employees.

Learn to Buy and Sell on eBay Auction pros teach you how to work from home or earn extra income by buying and selling goods online. Marketing Your Business on the Internet E-commerce expert helps you develop an Internet marketing plan for your business. Secrets of the Caterer Learn cooking and business secrets from a professional caterer.

Total Quality Fundamentals Give yourself a strong foundation in total quality management.

Wow, What a Great Event! Looking for a fun new career coordinating special events? Learn proven techniques from a master event planner.

Fundamentals of Supervision and Management Learn the people skills required to motivate and delegate, and learn tools for solving problems and resolving conflicts.

Growing Plants for Fun and Profit An industry professional teaches you everything you need to prosper in the backyard nursery business.

High Speed Project Management Learn to deal with the realities of managing projects at supersonic speeds despite truncated timelines, inadequate staffing, and skimpy budgets.

Start Your Own Consulting Practice Find out how you can earn income by sharing your training or knowledge with others.

Purchasing Fundamentals Improve your company’s bottom line by mastering the fundamentals of purchasing.

Start and Operate Your Own Home-Based Business An experienced entrepreneur teaches you how to develop the motivation, discipline, and creativity to quit your job and be your own boss.

Business and Marketing Writing Write great marketing copy to improve your company’s image and your chances of getting hired or promoted. Six Sigma: Total Quality Applications Learn to apply the elements and methods of Six Sigma to achieve the highest possible quality.

START YOUR OWN BUSINESS Performing Payroll in QuickBooks 2009 Learn to use QuickBooks 2009 to create paychecks, pay tax liabilities, and produce dazzling payroll reports.

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Creating a Successful Business Plan Turn your business ideas into a solid plan for financing and long-term success. Start Your Own Arts and Crafts Business Learn how to start your own arts and crafts business from a professional artist.

GRANT WRITING/ NONPROFITS Starting a Nonprofit Industry veteran shows you how to take a nonprofit business from vision to reality.

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Online classes • www.ed2go.com/sfccnm Introduction to Nonprofit Management Develop the skills and strategies you need to become an integral part of one of the fastest growing service sectors.

Becoming a Grant Writing Consultant Increase your income while working from home by starting a grant writing consulting business.

Marketing Your Nonprofit Further the ideals and goals of your nonprofit by learning to compete more effectively for members, media attention, donors, clients, and volunteers.

Become a Veterinary Assistant Practicing veterinarian prepares you to work in a veterinary office or hospital.

Get Grants! Learn how to develop successful, fundable grants from experts in the field. A to Z Grantwriting Learn how to research and develop relationships with potential funding sources, organize grantwriting campaigns, and prepare proposals. Writing Effective Grant Proposals Learn to prepare grant proposals that get solid results for your favorite organization or charity. Advanced Grant Proposal Writing Gain a full understanding of the criteria funders use to determine whether your grant proposal gets funded or rejected. Becoming a Grant Writing Consultant Increase your income while working from home by starting a grant writing consulting business.

CAREER IDEAS Explore a Career as a Pharmacy Technician Master the skills that will prepare you for an entry-level position as a pharmacy tech or clerk, and discover the steps you can take to become a Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT). Medical Coding Learn how to use the CPT manual and the ICD-9-CM to find medical codes for any disease, condition, treatment, or surgical procedure.

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Real Estate Investing Build and protect your wealth by investing in real estate. Get Paid to Travel Learn everything you need to start your new and exciting career as a professional tour director.

Twelve Steps to a Successful Job Search World-renowned author and career advisor shows you how to get the job you want quickly and easily and in any economy. Individual Excellence Master 12 career-enhancing skills including goal setting, time management, personal organization, and creativity. Leadership Gain the respect and admiration of others, exert more control over your destiny, and enjoy success in your professional and personal life.

Fundamentals of Technical Writing Learn the skills you need to succeed in the well-paying field of technical writing.

Computer Skills for the Workplace Gain a working knowledge of the computer skills you’ll need to succeed in today’s job market.

Legal Nurse Consulting Begin a new career by helping attorneys understand and resolve medical cases and claims.

Merrill Ream Speed Reading Acclaimed speed reading expert teaches you how to save yourself time by reading faster with better comprehension.

Become an Optical Assistant Learn what it takes to become an optical assistant and discover why it’s one of today’s most popular and fascinating career opportunities.

PERSONAL ENRICHMENT

Become a Physical Therapy Aide Prepare for a rewarding career as a valued member of the physical therapy team.

Personal Development Listen to Your Heart, and Success Will Follow Design a life that makes you happy by learning how you can use work to express yourself and share your interests and talents. Grammar Refresher Gain confidence in your ability to produce clean, grammatically correct documents and speeches.

Mastering Public Speaking Learn the secrets of effective public speaking and small group communication. Leadership Gain the respect and admiration of others, exert more control over your destiny, and enjoy success in your professional and personal life. Achieving Success with Difficult People Learn how to have more successful relationships with difficult bosses, coworkers, students, neighbors, or relatives. Keys to Effective Communication Lost for words? Don’t be! Learn to build rapport, trust, warmth, and respect through conversation. Handling Medical Emergencies Every second counts during a medical emergency. Learn how to respond if someone needs your help.

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Online classes • www.ed2go.com/sfccnm TEST PREP GED Preparation Want to pass the GED? This course will help you develop the skills you’ll need to succeed.

Photoshop Elements 10 for the Digital Photographer In this Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 class, you’ll learn the secrets to successfully editing photos and bringing out the best in your images!

Prepare for the GED Language Arts, Writing Test Prepare for the GED test on language arts and writing.

Discover Digital Photography An informative introduction to the fascinating world of digital photography equipment.

Prepare for the GED Math Test Master the skills you’ll need to pass Test 5 in the GED test series.

Photoshop CS6 for the Digital Photographer Learn how to use the tools and techniques of Adobe’s Photoshop CS6 to edit and enhance your photographic images.

SAT/ACT Preparation - Part 1 Get your best possible score on the verbal and reasoning sections of the new SAT exam. SAT/ACT Preparation - Part 2 Do your best on the quantitative section of the new SAT. GMAT Preparation Discover powerful test-taking techniques and methods for improving your score on the GMAT. GRE Preparation - Part 1 Discover powerful strategies for success in the verbal and analytical sections of the GRE. GRE Preparation - Part 2 Learn a variety of useful techniques for tackling the math section of the GRE. LSAT Preparation - Part 1 Learn about law school entrance procedures, develop analytical reasoning skills, and improve your test-taking skills. LSAT Preparation - Part 2 Improve your logical reasoning and reading comprehension skills; discover proven approaches for selecting correct exam answers.

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY Photographing Nature with Your Digital Camera Learn how to use your digital camera to take stunning nature photos, including landscapes, flowers, animals, and even macro shots.

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Photographing People With Your Digital Camera Expert shows you how to take beautiful pictures of adults, children, and babies.

FAMILY & FRIENDS Genealogy Basics Begin an exciting and fascinating exploration of your roots. Assisting Aging Parents Be prepared to handle the challenges of aging while learning to cherish the transition. Ready, Set, Read! A learning specialist shows you how to raise a successful reader and writer. Enhancing Language Development in Childhood Enrich the lives of your children by helping them become proficient speakers and thinkers. Understanding Adolescents Unlock the secrets of the adolescent mind to improve relations.

LANGUAGES Speed Spanish I II and III are now available! Learn six easy recipes to glue Spanish words together into sentences, and you’ll be speaking Spanish in no time.

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Instant Italian Learn Italian from the comfort of your home in this fun and enjoyable online course. Grammar for ESL If English is your second language, this course will teach you the principles you’ll need to succeed. Writing for ESL Learn how to write in English more effectively to succeed in college and at work. Conversational Japanese Whether you want to learn conversational Japanese for travel or just for fun, you’ll find this course makes it easy and enjoyable for beginners to master the essentials of the Japanese language. Beginning Conversational French Discover how easy it can be to learn common words and phrases for both leisure and business.

LAW & LEGAL CAREERS Introduction to Criminal Law An in-depth look at criminal law and the real world of prosecutors, defense attorneys, and paralegals. Workers’ Compensation Gain essential skills and a solid understanding of one of the fastestgrowing areas in law. Legal Nurse Consulting If you’re a nurse, this course will help you prepare for a new career helping attorneys understand and resolve medical cases and claims. Employment Law Fundamentals Learn the basics of employment law so you can legally hire, evaluate, and manage employees. Explore a Career as a Paralegal Find out if a paralegal career is the perfect choice for you, as you explore the fundamentals of U.S. law and legal terminology. w w w. sfcc. e du

Online classes • www.ed2go.com/sfccnm LSAT Preparation - Course 1 of 2 Learn about law school entrance procedures and improve your test-taking skills. Real Estate Law Learn the basics of real estate law, including investing, title searching, and mortgages.

PERSONAL FINANCE Real Estate Investing Build and protect your wealth by investing in real estate. Where Does All My Money Go? Learn how to get control of your money once and for all.

Write Your Life Story Give your family and friends an inspirational autobiography. Advanced Fiction Writing Explore advanced fiction writing techniques with a published novelist. The Keys to Effective Editing If you aspire to be an editor, this course will teach you the fundamentals of top-notch editing for both fiction and nonfiction. Introduction to Journaling Discover how journaling can help you explore your dreams, values, and beliefs, survive unwanted change, succeed in your career, and express your creativity.

Travel Writing Profit from your experiences in exotic lands (or your own backyard) by learning how to write and sell travel articles and books. Effective Business Writing Develop powerful written documents that draw readers in and keep them motivated to continue to the end. Writing for Children Published children’s author shows you how to touch the hearts of children by creating books for them.

BASIC COMPUTER LITERACY

Personal Finance Protect your assets and discover how best to achieve all your financial goals.

Write Fiction Like a Pro Author teaches you how professional writers use story outlines to structure any type of story.

Stocks, Bonds, and Investing: Oh, My! Make wise investment decisions so you have enough to live comfortably through your retirement.

Keyboarding Use the computer program FasType for Windows to learn the basic skills of touchtyping.

The Craft of Magazine Writing If you’re a determined new writer, this class will provide you with the skills you need to get published.

Navigating the Internet Master the ins and outs of the Internet with this informative behind-the-scenes look.

Beginner’s Guide to Getting Published Published writer shows you how to give yourself the credibility you need to get your works published.

Introduction to Windows XP Learn how Windows XP makes it easy to work with text, pictures, audio, video, and more.

Research Methods for Writers Learn the most efficient and effective methods to conduct research for any writing project.

Introduction to Linux Learn how to use the Linux desktop operating system along with the included productivity, multimedia, and Internet software.

The Analysis and Valuation of Stocks Discover valuable techniques that show you step-by-step how to research and value stocks. Introduction to Stock Options Learn how stock options can help you profit in any type of market. Keys to Successful Money Management Certified financial planner shows you how most wealthy people build their fortunes.

WRITING Writeriffic: Creativity Training for Writers Banish writer’s block forever with these tricks from the published writer’s toolbox. Grammar Refresher Gain confidence in your ability to produce clean, grammatically correct documents and speeches.

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Fundamentals of Technical Writing Learn the skills you need to succeed in the well-paying field of technical writing. A Writer’s Guide to Descriptive Settings Develop your eye for detail and improve your writing with vivid descriptions, memorable settings, and believable characters.

Computer Skills for the Workplace Gain a working knowledge of the computer skills you’ll need to succeed in today’s job market. Introduction to PC Security What you don’t know can really hurt you. Learn what you can do to protect yourself.

Beginning Writer’s Workshop Get a taste of the writer’s life and improve your writing skills in this introduction to writing creatively.

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Online classes • www.ed2go.com/sfccnm COMPUTER APPLICATIONS What’s New in Microsoft Office Learn the most important new features of Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access 2007, including the totally new Ribbon and tab user interface that replaces menus and toolbars from earlier versions. Introduction to Microsoft Word Learn how to create and modify documents with the world’s most popular word processor. Intermediate Microsoft Word Learn more advanced features of Microsoft Word 2007, which enable you to create an index, a list of figures, and a table of contents, do desktop publishing, perform a mail merge, and use timesaving macros.

Introduction to Microsoft Outlook Communicate and manage information better and faster. Introduction to Microsoft Project Use the ultimate project planning and control tool to its fullest. Introduction to Visual Basic Students will learn how to write code for Windows applications using the Visual Basic programming language and development environment. Introduction to Oracle Learn how to use the Oracle database management system to plan, organize, and manage your data. Introduction to QuickBooks Learn how to quickly and efficiently gain control over the financial aspects of your business.

Introduction to Microsoft Access Store, locate, print, and automate access to all types of information.

Performing Payroll in QuickBooks Discover the secrets of effortlessly setting up and processing your payroll.

Intermediate Microsoft Access Expand your Microsoft Access 2007 skills to build better, more user-friendly Access databases.

QuickBooks for Contractors Harness the power of QuickBooks Premier Contractor Edition for increased success.

Introduction to Microsoft Excel (Intermediate course available) Discover the secrets to setting up fully formatted worksheets quickly and efficiently. Advanced Microsoft Excel Increase your potential and maximize your value by becoming an expert Microsoft Excel user. Introduction to PowerPoint Build impressive slide presentations filled with text, images, video, audio, charts, and more. Introduction to Microsoft Publisher Create brochures, newsletters, and websites with ease.

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Introduction to Photoshop Learn the basics of using Adobe Photoshop to create images and edit photos. Introduction to Peachtree Accounting Learn how to perform everyday accounting tasks quickly and easily using Peachtree Accounting 2012. Introduction to CorelDraw Learn how CorelDRAW can help you create dazzling logos and other artwork for print or the Web. WEB DESIGN Creating jQuery Mobile Websites With Dreamweaver Students will learn how to build mobile-friendly websites for devices such as smartphones and tablets using Dreamweaver and jQuery Mobile.

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Introduction to Dreamweaver Students will learn to create Web pages, layouts, and websites using CSS formatting options and other tools with Adobe’s industry-standard Web design application. Intermediate Dreamweaver Take your Adobe Dreamweaver skills to the next level under the tutelage of a proven Web development expert. Creating Web Pages Learn the basics of HTML so you can design, create, and post your very own site on the Web. Designing Effective Websites Learn powerful graphic design techniques and build websites that are both attractive and wickedly effective. Achieving Top Search Engine Positions Learn proven, step-by-step strategies to achieve the highest possible position with the major search engines. Introduction to Flash Learn how to create exciting interactive animations from a working Flash designer and author. Drawing for the Absolute Beginner Gain a solid foundation in drawing and become the artist you’ve always dreamed you could be! Creating a Classroom WebSite Learn how to create a classroom website and how having one can make you a more effective and dynamic teacher. WEB PROGRAMMING Introduction to Java Programming An experienced Java programmer introduces important Java topics with clear, step-by-step instructions. Introduction to Ruby Programming Learn how to create a dynamic Web blog using the Ruby on Rails programming environment and the Ruby programming language.

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Online classes • www.ed2go.com/sfccnm Introduction to CSS and XHTML Learn to create state-of-the-art websites using modern CSS and XHTML techniques. Introduction to Perl Programming Learn a programming skill that will make you a more valuable Web developer or system administrator. Introduction to ASP.NET Learn how to create powerful, interactive, community-based websites with ASP.NET. Introduction to PHP and MySQL Learn how to create dynamic, interactive websites using PHP and a MySQL database server.

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Introduction to Visual Basic 2008 Learn to create Windows applications using the popular and easy-to-master Visual Basic 2008. Introduction to C++ Programming Learn to program in C++, even if you have no prior programming experience! Introduction to C# Programming (Intermediate course available) Learn the fundamentals of computer programming with the new C# programming language. Intermediate C# Programming Learn to write Graphical User Interface programs in the C# Programming Language. Introduction to SQL Gain a solid working knowledge of the most powerful and widely used database programming language.

Introduction to Database Development An experienced professional guides you through a structured approach to database design and development. Introduction to Perl Programming Learn a programming skill that will make you a more valuable Web developer or system administrator.

CERTIFICATION PREP Basic CompTIA® A+ Certification Prep Prepare for the CompTIA® A+ exam and begin a rewarding career in the fastgrowing PC repair field (course 1 of 3). CompTIA Security+ Certification Prep Master the terms and concepts you need to pass the CompTIA® Security+ exam and earn your Security+ certificate. CompTIA® Network+ Certification Prep Prepare to take and pass the CompTIA® Network+ Exam and begin a career as a network tech.

NETWORKING/ TROUBLESHOOTING Introduction to PC Troubleshooting Learn to decipher and solve almost any problem with your PC. Introduction to Networking (Intermediate course available) Learn the fundamentals of networking and prepare for a career in a new and fast-growing field. Wireless Networking Industry expert shows you how to plan, deploy, and connect to wireless networks.

NEW RELEASES Photoshop CS6 for the Digital Photographer II Students in this course will take their photo-editing skills to the next level by mastering the advanced features and techniques of Photoshop CS6. Introduction to Photoshop CS6 Students will learn how to use Photoshop CS6, the world’s best graphics program for photographers, to edit photos and create original images.
 Intermediate Photoshop CS6 Students will extend their basic knowledge of Photoshop and learn how to enhance graphics by using layers, layer masks, and other advanced photo-editing features. Publish and Sell Your E-Books Students will learn how to use free tools to publish e-books and then list and sell them in the world’s largest online bookstores. Advanced Microsoft Excel 2010 Students will master the advanced features and functions of Microsoft Excel 2010, including data analysis tools, database techniques, and advanced methods for using PivotTables. Photoshop CS6 for the Digital Photographer Students will learn how to use the tools and techniques of Adobe’s Photoshop CS6 to edit and enhance digital photographic images. Managing Life as a Single Parent Students get the support they need for doing the toughest job on earth — single parenting. Designed with single moms and dads in mind, this course offers strategies and tips for enforcing rules, supporting kids emotionally, managing time and finances, and getting help when it’s needed. Intermediate QuickBooks 2012 Students will learn to use advanced features in QuickBooks to better manage company accounting files and increase overall business product.

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Online Certificates • www.gatlineducation.com/sfcc Online Learning Anytime, Anywhere...Just a click away!

Online Career Training Programs Prepare for employment in some of today’s hottest careers with a comprehensive, affordable, and self-paced online Career Training Program. You can begin these programs at any time and learn at your own pace. Upon successful completion of all required coursework, you will receive a Certificate of Completion.

Programs are available in the following areas: • Business and Professional • Healthcare and Fitness • IT and Software Development • Management and Corporate • Media and Design • Hospitality and Gaming • Skilled Trades and Industrial

Features: • Facilitators and mentors are available to answer questions and help you through your studies • Career Counselors will help you prepare for the transition from the classroom to the workplace • Courses are all open-enrollment and self paced • No additional charges - all materials, workbooks, and software are included in the course fee • Payment plans available

Pharmacy Technician This nationally recognized Pharmacy Technician online course and training program teaches the skills needed to gain employment as a Pharmacy Tech in either the hospital or retail setting. Medical Coding and Billing Upon successful completion of the Medical Billing and Coding course, students will be prepared for an entry-level position doing medical billing or coding in a medical office setting. Administrative Medical Specialist with Medical Billing and Coding Learn about medical office operations, with an emphasis on billing and coding, processing insurance forms, and using medical software. This program provides training on medical billing software as well as preparation for the Certified Coding Associate (CCA) national certification exam.

Medical Transcription This nationally recognized medical transcription online course and training program prepares you to start a new career as a medical transcriptionist.

Freight Broker/Agent Training Learn the skills to be a successful Freight Load Broker Agent. Tutorials and projects will teach the you the practical application of Freight Broker skills.

Six Sigma Black Belt Course material provides an in-depth look at the Six Sigma Black Belt DMAIC problem-solving methodology, as well as deployment and project development approaches.

Veterinary Assistant Prepare for an exciting new career as an administrative veterinary assistant. Students in the program learn about the care of animals as well as how to recognize signs of illness and disease. This online program also covers interpersonal communication, interaction with clients and their animals, as well as how to assist the veterinarian during examinations. And much more!

Project Management This program will provide you with a solid introduction to the understanding of project management and help you comply with the minimum 35 hours of training as required by the Project Management Institute (PMI) before you take the Project Management Professional (PM) exam. AutoCAD 2009 Learn the skills needed to create and edit simple drawings and gradually introduce more advanced AutoCAD skills.

Paralegal This program will prepare you to be successful in the fast growing paralegal career field. The paralegal training program includes free access to the official NALA Campus certification exam prep and Westlaw.

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Registration Register now! Continuous, semester-long registration has begun. All registrations, whether online, by phone, by fax, by mail or in person, are being accepted now. Classes start throughout the semester. Find the latest continuing education class listings on our website at www. sfcc.edu. Many classes fill quickly. We recommend that you register no later than four working days before the starting date of the class. You may register for most classes up until the starting date, but if you delay, the class may either be full or cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. Registrations cannot be accepted at classes. NOTE Classes will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Prices and room assignments may change without notice. Please check the website for current information. SFCC is not responsible for typographical errors.

four WAYS TO REGISTER

Registration is not considered final until payment has been made. 1.) Online (returning user). Returning students may visit www.sfcc.edu and click on JACK or the REGISTER FOR CLASSES link. You will need your username and password to access your student account and register. 2.) By Phone. Both new and returning students may register with an enrollment specialist by calling 505-428-1270 during regular business hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 3.) In Person. Both new and returning students can register in The Welcome and Advising Center at SFCC on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., or Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 4.) By Mail. Both new and returning students can mail a completed registration form along with payment to: SFCC Welcome and Advising Center Attn: CE Registration 6401 Richards Ave. Santa Fe, NM 87508-4887

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Class FEES Continuing Education classes are self-sustaining, and class fees must cover all program expenses. Fees are based on an estimated minimum number of students. Class fees are subject to change without notice. Please check the website for current information and review the refund policy before registering. SFCC User name and password SFCC assigns each student a user name. You can get your user name by going to www.sfcc.edu and clicking on the link to JACK. Once there, follow the instructions to find your user name and password. REFUND POLICY Class fees are automatically refunded in full when: • the class or workshop is full. • the activity is cancelled. • SFCC rejects the enrollment application. If you drop a class, your class fee is automatically refunded based on the following: Classes of three or more sessions • If you drop a class before the second session, the full class fee will be refunded. • If you drop a class after the second session, no refund will be given. Classes of one or two sessions • If you drop a class at least one day before the starting date, the full class fee will be refunded. • If you drop a class less than one day before the starting date, no refund will be given. Some classes have special refund policies. This information is listed in the class description. Please allow three to five weeks for processing a refund. Class CHANGES AND CANCELLATIONS A class will be closed when it reaches maximum enrollment, so register early. Classes with insufficient enrollment will be cancelled three business days prior to the starting date of the class, and those registered will be notified of the cancellation by phone. To make contacting you easier, please provide day and evening phone numbers with your registration. Refunds will be processed automatically for classes cancelled by SFCC. SFCC reserves the right to cancel any class. Class locations, dates, times and instructors are subject to change without notice. Class Locations Classes are held at Santa Fe Community College and at other locations in and around Santa Fe. The location of your class will be noted on the confirmation you receive by mail. C ON T I N U I NG E DU C AT ION ADU LT C OU RSE S SPRI NG 2 0 14

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All data are for office and statistical purposes only. Students are assigned a student identification number for record keeping. You may register for as many classes as you wish. Please read the information on Page 53 before registering. All registrations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Many classes fill quickly. Classes may be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met at least three working days before class begins. Registration is not considered final until payment has been made. While SFCC makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information in the schedule of classes, the college reserves the right to make changes, including course fees, at any time without prior notice. Check the online registration system for current information. Please type or print. You may register for as many courses as you wish.

First Name_____________________________ Last Name_____________________________________________ Student ID Number (or SSN)_________________________________ Address ______________________________________________________________________________________ City_____________________________________________ State________________Zip______________________ Date of Birth _________ /_________ /__________ Telephone (daytime) _____________________________ Telephone (evening) __________________________ Fax Number _____________________________ E-mail Address _______________________________________ CRN_________________ Course Title___________________________________________ Fee $_____________ CRN_________________ Course Title___________________________________________ Fee $_____________ CRN_________________ Course Title___________________________________________ Fee $_____________ CRN_________________ Course Title___________________________________________ Fee $_____________ CRN_________________ Course Title___________________________________________ Fee $_____________ CRN_________________ Course Title___________________________________________ Fee $_____________ CRN_________________ Course Title___________________________________________ Fee $_____________ TOTAL $ ____________ I do hereby certify that the above information is correct:

Signature__________________________________________ Date______________ Make checks payable to Santa Fe Community College Mail to: SFCC Welcome and Advising Center 6401 Richards Ave. Santa Fe, NM 87508-4887 You may fax your registration form with credit card information to: 505-428-1468. Please complete the following if paying by credit card.

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Continuing Education & Workforce Development

Nonprofit Organization US Postage PAID Santa Fe Community College

6401 Richards Ave. Santa Fe, NM 87508-4887

Produced by SFCC Marketing and Public Relations. SFCC is an equal opportunity/ADAcompliant institution.

Empower Students, Strengthen Community. Empoderar los Estudiantes, Fortalecer la Comunidad. It’s a new year and now is the time to pursue something different in your life; art, crafts, even discovering more about your iPhone. Join us for a language class, gardening, or maybe horseback riding. Almost every week, there are new classes beginning in Continuing Education, where learning is fun and rewarding. We hope you find learning as exciting and inspiring as we do!

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SFCC Continuing Education Schedule Spring 2014