BSC Catalog - Winter 2022

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WINTER 2022

enrichment PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT


Welcome to Continuing Education CONTENTS Enrichment 3 Creative Arts 3 Culinary Arts 4 Healthy Living 5 Home & Garden 6 Money Matters 6 Recreation & Leisure 7 Special Interest OLLI 8 Movies 9 Lectures

Continuing Education has been an active part of the Bismarck State College campus since the 1980s and has been known by many names during that time – Corporate & Continuing Education, Continuing Education, Training & Innovation and Continuing Education & TrainND. Those titles are all quite long, so we’re best known by just CE (our unofficial nickname!) Since the department’s inception in the 80’s, we have offered a wide variety of opportunities for the community to become involved on campus. From our enrichment program to professional development, custom workforce training and conference management, you can say we do a little bit of everything! Our ultimate goal is to help fulfill BSC’s mission, to be “an innovative community college, offering high quality education, workforce training, and enrichment programs, reaching local and global communities.” The look of the department, projects, objectives and goals have changed over the years, and we are again seeing a shift as we look to support the Polytechnic initiatives that the college is pursuing. With that shift will be new opportunities, steps toward new career pathways and much more. To learn more and see how you can be part of the BSC community – as a community member – we encourage you to check out the courses in our catalog. As Milton Burle once said, “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door!” And we are hoping you use the catalog and classes as your opportunity to try something new in 2022!

Important Details •

lasses require a minimum enrollment before they can run. If a class is C canceled, participants will be notified the week before class is scheduled to begin. We encourage you to register early so that your favorite class isn’t canceled!

I f you cannot attend a class for which you registered, please call our office at 701-224-5600/1-877-846-9387 at least five (5) business days before class to receive a refund. Full refund policy details can be found on page 14.

10 Series Professional Development 11 In-Person Classes 12 Online Classes 15 Registration

In case of inclement weather, we will notify participants of rescheduling or cancellation at the earliest possible time. If BSC is closed due to weather, please note that all classes scheduled for that day are canceled and will be rescheduled for the earliest possible date. Our primary mode of communication for class announcements such as schedule changes is done by email and text messaging. Please ensure a valid email address exists within your profile and opt into text messaging.

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We have your best interest in mind. Classes scheduled on campus this winter resume to normal operations. BSC will welcome face masks this winter to those who choose to wear them, but usage is not mandated on campus. Should classes need to be canceled for any reason, registration fees will be refunded to participants. Send us your suggestions of class topics for our next catalog. Contact us at bsc.training@bismarckstate.edu or message us on Facebook (facebook.com/bscceti). 2 |


CREATIVE ARTS Crochet 101 New! Beginner Woodcarving

Learn the basics of woodcarving, and carving-knife safety with members of the Flickertail Woodcarvers carving club. These classes will teach specific techniques to get you started on your journey of carving. Whether you’re interested in pursuing chip carving, relief work, caricature, or realism – it all starts here. Practice your push cuts, sweep cuts, and v-cuts. Observe grain directions and learn about different types of wood used in carving. Be inspired by historical or modern designs, to carve your own creations! A supply fee of $65 is payable at the time of registration and includes all materials you need to get started. 3/3 - 3/17 (3xs) Thu 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM BSC Werner Hall, Room 140 Instructor: Becky Barnes Fee: $49 Course ID: 9100244

Beginning Quilting

It’s time to discover crochet! In this class, you will learn the foundation of crochet from the chain to the double crochet stitch. Participants will learn the chain, the single, half double and double crochet stitches while creating motifs that can be used as coasters or blanket squares. No prior crochet experience needed - just patience and determination to have fun while learning! Participants will need the following supplies for class: 1 skein of Paton’s classic wool (or any worsted weight wool), one “H” or “I” crochet hook (5mm or 5.5mm), scissors, tape measure, and a blunt tip needle with a large eye (tapestry needle). 3/22 - 3/29 (2xs) Tue 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM BSC NECE, Room 101 Instructor: Larissa Harrison Fee: $69 Course ID: 9100174

Pysanky - Amazing Ukrainian Eggs

Have you always been interested in learning to quilt but had no idea where to start? This class is for you! Bring your sewing machine and we will cut, piece, and sew a quilt! Kathleen has designed and sewn over 200 quilts in her lifetime and is delighted to share her knowledge with you. Participants will need to bring their own sewing machines, scissors, and seam rippers. A supply fee of $32 is payable at the time of registration and will include the fabric and thread.

Are you ready to take your Easteregg decoration to the next level? This all-ages class teaches the basics of coloring Ukrainian pysanky eggs. The process uses melted wax to control which areas of the egg are dyed, allowing for complex patterns and intricate drawings. We will use a variety of traditional methods and materials, including homemade dyes. This class is a great way for grown-ups to bring home a new activity for kids—just in time for Easter! A supply fee of $12 is payable at the time of registration.

3/1 - 3/15 (3xs) Tue 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM BSC NECE, Room 103 Instructor: Kathleen Clayton Fee: $89 Course ID: 9100167

4/11 Mon 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM BSC Werner Hall, Room 140 Instructor: Tempe O’Kun Fee: $49 Course ID: 9100193

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New! Seasonal Lantern Toppers

Lanterns are popular in home decor but did you know you can dress them up with flower arrangements for different seasons and holidays? Bring your lantern and learn how to make a removable lantern topper that you can swap out once the season is over. A supply fee of $35 is payable at the time of registration. 3/28 Mon 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM BSC NECE, Room 101 Instructor: Carla Hixson Fee: $39 Course ID: 9100245

CULINARY ARTS New! Gingerbread Cookies

Learn to make dark, flavorful, delicious gingerbread heart cookies that will make everyone happy. A perfect Valentine gift for everyone on your love list. These cookies will be the rave!! Participants should bring an apron and a container to take home cookies. A supply fee of $15 is payable at the time of registration. 2/7 Mon 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CHS, Room E100 Instructor: Karen Hook Fee: $59 Course ID: 9960025

Krumkake

Krumkake is a Norwegian waffle cookie made with a special hot iron griddle. These special delicacies are a fun, sweet dessert for a holiday dinner or to enjoy anytime! Participants should bring an apron and a container to take home leftovers. A supply fee of $15 is payable at the time of registration. 3/7 Mon 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CHS, Room E100 Instructor: Karen Hook Fee: $59 Course ID: 9960017

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CULINARY ARTS CONTINUED

New! Love Your Buns

Need buns for a birthday party, family dinner or other special occasion? Here is your opportunity to learn to make your own. You will make a batch of buns and then be able to take them all home with you at end of evening. Come have fun! Participants should bring an apron and a container to take buns home. A supply fee of $15 is payable at the time of registration. 1/24 Mon 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CHS, Room E100 Instructor: Karen Hook Fee: $59 Course ID: 9960024

Mediterranean Cooking on the Prairie

The Mediterranean diet features whole grains, vegetables and fruits, beans and quality fats and oils. Many of these foods are grown here in North Dakota! Eating like a Mediterranean has been shown to reduce your risk for heart disease, cancer, and diabetes; aid in weight management, and protect you against dementia, depression and Alzheimer’s disease. Chef Duane Ehrens and wife Karen Ehrens, a Registered Dietitian, share background on the diet, recipes, and meal suggestions to help you eat more like a Mediterranean. This course is handson! Come ready to try new recipes and skills, then sit down and enjoy good food and good company together. A supply fee of $15 is payable at the time of registration. Masks may be required for this class, depending on CDC Guidelines at time of class. 2/8 - 2/15 (2xs) Tue 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM CHS, Room E100 Instructor: Karen and Duane Ehrens Fee: $69 Course ID: 9960014

Sweat It Out + Pilates

Change your workout with THREE totally different classes. This total body workout engages the entire abdominal core, legs, arms, and builds strength through the lower back. Get strong (and stay there) by utilizing free weights, body weight, stability balls, and more! Get ready to use challenging equipment like the BOSU ball, weighted bars, stretch bands and

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HEALTHY LIVING of course, your own body. Focus on core strength with full body stretching and flexibility! Participants should bring a filled water bottle and wear clothes geared to work out. Class Dates (Choose One) 1/3 - 1/26 (8xs) or 1/31 – 2/23 (8xs) or 2/28 – 3/23 (8xs) or 4/18 – 5/12 (8xs) Mon, Wed 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM BSC Armory, Room 157 Instructor: Loretta Benedict Fee: $89 Course ID: 9400119

Strengthen to Gain Flexibility

Celebrate health! Join Loretta and learn how to promote strength and balanced muscle development, flexibility, and increased range of motion for the joints. Whether you are just starting to exercise or looking to focus more on building core strength and increasing your flexibility, this class is a great way to get started and feel energized. You don’t need fancy equipment - just a water bottle, a yoga mat, and comfortable clothes. Class Dates (Choose One) 1/4 – 1/27 (8xs) or 2/1 – 2/24 (8xs) or 3/1 – 3/24 (8xs) or 4/19 – 5/12 (8xs) Tue, Thu 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM BSC Armory, Room 157 Instructor: Loretta Benedict Fee: $89 Course ID: 9400138

New! Basic Massage for Basic Pain

Do you want to learn how to use massage to help alleviate pain in yourself or for a loved one? In this class, you will learn a few basic massage techniques to relax tight muscles and help work out those sore spots. Licensed Massage Therapist Brita Fehr will teach you how to properly work on tender spots that are causing you pain without hurting yourself. You will also learn a few methods for taking care of your own body. Participants should bring a pillow, a large blanket, and a yoga mat. This is a hands-on class that requires registration with a partner at no additional charge.

Class Dates (Choose One) 2/17, 3/10, or 4/14 Thu 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 103 Instructor: Brita Fehr Fee: $59 Course ID: 9400143

Beginning Gentle Meditation

Join us for a unique opportunity to experience guided meditation! In this group course, you will be gently guided through a relaxing series of progressive live meditation sessions. Set aside time for yourself, let go of your daily worries and concerns, and relax while you enjoy settling into a more peaceful state of being. After each meditation session, you will have the opportunity to discuss the experience with your instructor and offer both feedback and questions. All participant levels are welcome, including beginners! 3/8 - 3/24 (6xs) Tue, Thu 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 119 Instructor: Edwin Kitzes Fee: $59 Course ID: 9400072

New! Eating Your Way to Better Health

The ups and downs of dieting can become frustrating. Learn why diets don’t work and what you can do to change the pattern. We need food, we want food and we enjoy food, but sometimes that enjoyment becomes a heavy burden on the body. Learn some simple and sensible ways to change your eating habits though mindset and practical applications. Learn why the body gains weight when you think you are dieting. This course will put you in command of how you feel physically and emotionally. Brenda Stone is a teacher and student for a healthier lifestyle. She will join you on your journey to feeling better about the choices you make about food. On February 5, class will meet on the BSC Campus. The final class, on February 12, will meet at the Bis-Man Food Co-op. 2/5 - 2/12 (2xs) Sat 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 101 & Bis-Man Food Co-Op Instructor: Brenda Stone Fee: $79 Course ID: 9400141

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Introduction to T’ai Chi

T’ai Chi is a centuries-old Chinese martial art that promotes calming, centering, and self-control. A combination of meditation and physical exercise, T’ai Chi can increase energy, flexibility, balance, muscle, strength, and reduce stress. While learning about the twenty-four forms of Yang Style, you will experience meditation in motion. This is a beginner class, no experience is necessary! Please wear comfortable clothing to class. 2/1 - 3/3 (10xs) Tue, Thu 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM BSC Armory, Room 157 Instructor: Craig Triplett Fee: $99 Course ID: 9400054

Introduction to Yoga

Have you wanted to try yoga but felt uncomfortable walking into a class? Brenda will teach you what you need to know from poses to yoga etiquette. This is a gentle yoga class to learn the basic poses and how the body moves. You do not need to be flexible but you do need to have a desire to gain more mobility in your body. Let Brenda help you. Note: Students should be able to get down and up from the floor without assistance. Bring a mat and bottled water. 1/11 - 2/15 (6xs) Tue 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM To Be Announced Instructor: Brenda Stone Fee: $99 Course ID: 9400015

New! Nutrition for Athletes

Learn about human metabolism as it relates to endurance, strength, and power. We will discuss tactics for fueling during training, competition, and recovery. Optimize your nutrition to meet any athletic goal and learn evidence-based strategies from a sports dietitian. This class is beneficial to recreational and competitive athletes, as well as parents of athletes, in addition to tactical (police/soldier/ firefighters) professionals. 2/15 - 3/1 (3xs) Tue 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 101 Instructor: Rachel Iverson Fee: $69 Course ID: 9400142

“Betsy’s training is an investment in our dog

(family member) that will be appreciated for many years.”

HOME & GARDEN

Proof of vaccination by a licensed veterinarian is required for all dog obedience classes.

Pawsitively Obedience - for Puppies

Puppies do a lot of learning in their early months. Join Betsy in this six-week session geared toward puppies six months and younger. Behavior training tasks that will be covered are: engagement, biting, chewing, jumping, digging, barking, and more! Obedience training tasks that will be introduced in a puppy style will be sit, down, come when called, controlled leash walk, wait, stay, and how to greet people. Equipment and requirements to attend this class are: VACCINATION RECORD ADMINISTERED BY A LICENSED VETERINARIAN ONLY (to include Distemper/Parvo series, Rabies if the puppy is old enough and Bordetella), a collar (prefer no harnesses), a stationary leash (no flexi, chain or expandable leashes), soft training treats, a small squeaker toy, a notebook if you want to write down the lessons, and most of all come enjoy the training journey with your new canine family member. Any attendant under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Class Dates (Choose One) 1/31 - 2/28 (4xs) (Skip 2/21) or 4/4 - 4/25 (4xs) Mon 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM BPS Career Academy, Room 200A Instructor: Betsy Hamkens Fee: $99 Course ID: 9450006

Pawsitively Obedient

We will be building on the exercises learned in the puppy class; however, if your dog has not attended a puppy class and is not seriously aggressive towards other dogs, this class would be an option for you and your dog six months of age or older. If your dog has issues that prevent participation in this class, Betsy is willing to make other arrangements to work with you and your canine. Tasks taught using more structured techniques are sit, down, come when called, controlled walk, wait, stay, and much more including some Rally and Canine Good Citizen exercises. Equipment and requirements to attend this class are: VACCINATION RECORD ADMINISTERED BY A LICENSED VETERINARIAN ONLY (to include Distemper/Parvo series, Rabies and Bordetella), a collar (prefer no harnesses), a stationary leash (no flexi, chain or expandable leashes), soft training treats, a notebook if you want to write down the lessons, and most of all come enjoy the training journey with your canine family member. Any attendant under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Class Dates (Choose One) 1/12 - 2/9 (4xs) (Skip 1/26) or 3/23 - 4/20 (4xs) (Skip 4/6) Wed 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM BPS Career Academy, Room 200A Instructor: Betsy Hamkens Fee: $99 Course ID: 9450001

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MONEY MATTERS Picture Your Prosperity

Everyone has a unique vision of a prosperous and secure future. What’s yours? Now is a great time to learn how smart money moves can turn your vision into reality. In this class, you learn a series of financial steps that will turn that idea, dream, or vision into an action plan. You will learn how the market and diversification can help play a part in your vision. Join us to learn how budget planning and retirement are achievable and take away valuable tools for your future! Class fee includes extensive class materials. 4/5 Tue 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 103 Instructor: Vanessa Martell Fee: $39 Course ID: 9600053

Retirement Planning Today

It takes more than money to live a rich life. This course blends financial education with life planning to help you build wealth, align your money with your values, and achieve your retirement lifestyle goals. Discover what they didn’t teach you in school including: 5 strategies to manage investment risk, 11 ways to save money on this year’s taxes, important questions to ask before buying insurance, how to invest in and take money out of your company’s retirement plan, and determine the savings needed to retire. Participants may bring a spouse or guest at no additional charge. A materials fee of $25 is payable at the time of registration. Couples may share a workbook. Class Dates (Choose One) 3/22 - 3/29 (2xs) 3/31 - 4/7 (2xs) Tue 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 103 Instructor: Russ Arman Fee: $54 Course ID: 9600010

RECREATION & LEISURE Getting Started with Genealogy

Genealogy is a big puzzle that helps define who we are, and can solve unanswered questions. Do you know where to begin? Let Don Mueller, a seasoned genealogy enthusiast, guide you in this class! He will show you basic pieces to the big puzzle – where you can find information, how to get started keeping track of the details, and much more. Come learn how to start putting your family history puzzle together! Participants should bring a laptop or mobile device to class that is capable of accessing the internet. 4/6 Wed 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM BSC NECE, Room 101 Instructor: Don Mueller Fee: $59 Course ID: 9650132

Genealogy Resources Using Technology

Have you ever asked, who are my great-grandparents, and where does my family come from? If so, join us to dig into your family history! Discover who we are, the great family stories that are waiting to be uncovered, and where we came from using numerous resources available at our fingertips. The course will cover basic genealogy concepts, a review of software packages, and sharing online sources that help us in our research. You will gain experience in doing electronic research and available local resources. Class time will allow for hands-on help. Participants should bring a laptop or mobile device to class that is capable of accessing the internet. 4/13 - 4/27 (3xs) Wed 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM BSC NECE, Room 101 Instructor: Don Mueller Fee: $89 Course ID: 9650073

Write Your Novel

Whether you are just getting started or already halfway through, this class is designed to help you get organized and get writing. We will talk about how to find and work with proofreaders, what specialized writing software is available, and how to get the most out of your writing time. 2/15 - 2/22 (2xs) Tue 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 103 Instructor: Tempe O’Kun Fee: $69 Course ID: 9100240

Getting Published

Ever wonder what it takes to get a book published? Author and instructor Tempe O’Kun has worked in the publishing industry for over a decade and is ready to help you take a personalized look at the best way to get your book into print. Whether you are working on fiction, non-fiction, or just starting, this class will give you an overview of the various avenues the modern publishing industry has to offer. 3/21 - 3/28 (2xs) Mon 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 103 Instructor: Tempe O’Kun Fee: $69 Course ID: 9650032

New! Instant Guitar for Hopelessly Busy People (Virtual)

In just a few hours you can learn enough about playing the guitar to give you years of musical enjoyment, and you won’t have to take private lessons to do it. This crash course will teach you some basic chords and get you playing along with your favorite songs right away. The fee includes the online book, online follow-up lessons, a recording of the class, and also an optional periodic question and answer session. Class is held online using Zoom and is partly hands-on instruction and partly lecture/demonstration. For ages 13+. Online 4/5 Tue 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM Instructor: Craig Coffman Fee: $89 Course ID: 9650129

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New! Instant Piano for Hopelessly Busy People (Virtual)

In just a few hours, you can learn enough secrets of the trade to give you years of musical enjoyment. Learn to play piano the way professionals do by using chords. The chord method is LOTS of fun and dramatically easier to learn than reading notes. The fee includes the online book, online followup lessons, a recording of the class, and also an optional periodic question and answer session. Class is held online using Zoom and is partly hands-on instruction and partly lecture demonstration. Online 4/4 Mon 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM Instructor: Craig Coffman Fee: $89 Course ID: 9650130

PRE-CNA This NEW course will help to build vocabulary and basic understanding of a CNA’s (Certified Nursing Assistant) role in healthcare.

New! Role-Playing Game Design

Have you ever wanted to design a tabletop RPG? Author and game developer Tempe O’Kun has published gamebooks for a variety of systems, including Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder, Star Trek Adventures, Ironclaw, and Starfinder. Whether you are interested in writing an adventure for an existing franchise or composing your gaming system from scratch, this class will help you immerse players in a world that feels authentic and give them rules that are clear and concise. So whether you are just curious about the process or have an ongoing project, this is the class for you!

Students will gain a better understanding of the wide scope of terminology used in both the CNA training course and the CNA's role in longterm care. Upon successful completion of the Pre-CNA course a recommendation to move into the CNA training course will be provided by the instructor.

4/12 - 4/26 (3xs) Tue 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 103 Instructor: Tempe O’Kun Fee: $79 Course ID: 9650131

2022 Start Dates

Jan. 18 March 22 May 17

July 19 Sept. 20

Each section is 4 weeks (8 sessions). Sessions will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Fee: $189

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Introduction to Voiceovers (Virtual)

Explore the craft of voiceovers! This class will provide an overview of the voiceover industry, explains the different types of voiceovers, and discuss the tools needed to find success in the growing remote work industry as a voice actor. Also discussed will be current trends and opportunities. You will read a real script and receive coaching from your instructor, a professional voice actor, to improve your delivery. This class is a one-time, 90-minute, one-on-one, video chat class! Upon registration, you will be contacted by Voices For All to schedule your class for a day and time of your convenience. Online Instructor: Alicia Midgey Fee: $49 Course ID: 9750026

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FREE OLLI MOVIES OLLI movies have limited seating, please register.

Selma

A chronicle of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s campaign to secure equal voting rights via an epic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in 1965. Rated PG-13 1/14 Fri 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM BSC NECE, Auditorium, Room 304 Course ID: 7090001

Captain Phillips OLLI at BSC is a stimulating community of inquiring adults, exploring new areas of knowledge through courses, lectures, and community and campus events. Discover new friends and new ways to bring meaning and enjoyment to life! Your annual membership fee is $20.00, good through June 30, 2022. Annual membership includes the following benefits: • Access to activities in the community and on campus • Discounted pricing on campus and community events • Discounts at the BSC bookstore & coffee shops • Various community discounts • Free activities • Humanities courses and lectures • Exclusive access to OLLI offerings in this catalog • Special events for networking • Traveling opportunities • Waived processing fees • Discounted pricing on enrichment classes Registration ONLINE: Register for your membership and classes online at bismarckstate.edu/OLLI. New OLLI members will need to create a user profile in the registration system. Many of the terms refer to “student.” This term refers to anyone participating in OLLI or Enrichment at BSC. IN PERSON: At BSC Continuing Education Office, located in the National Energy Center of Excellence, 1200 Schafer Street, first floor, Door D, Room 107. BY PHONE: 701-224-5600 /877-846-9387

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The true story of Captain Richard Phillips and the 2009 hijacking by Somali pirates of the U.S.-flagged MV Maersk Alabama, the first American cargo ship to be hijacked in two hundred years. Rated PG-13 2/11 Fri 1:00 PM - 3:15 PM BSC NECE, Auditorium, Room 304 Course ID: 7090005

The King’s Speech

The story of King George VI, his impromptu ascension to the throne of the British Empire in 1936, and the speech therapist who helped the unsure monarch overcome his stammer. Rated R 3/11 Fri 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM BSC NECE, Auditorium, Room 304 Course ID: 7090002

The Theory of Everything The story of the most brilliant and celebrated physicist of our time, Stephen Hawking, and Jane Wilde, the art student he fell in love with while studying at Cambridge in the 1960s. Rated PG-13 4/8 Fri 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM BSC NECE, Auditorium, Room 304 Course ID: 7090004

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OLLI LECTURES Remembering the Roaring 20s

Using the slang of the 1920s…this class will be “the bee’s knees” (translation: the ultimate event)! We will touch on these things from the “Roaring 20s”: advertising, music, writers, radio, sports heroes, fashion, slang, fads, inventions, important events, and more. The class will conclude with a “Focus on Prohibition” (and everything that came with it) in the U.S., North Dakota, and the Bismarck-Mandan area. 2/3 Thu 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM BSC NECE, Auditorium, Room 304 Instructor: Ann Vadnie Fee: $30 Course ID: 7070053

The audience enjoys Ann’s

lectures so much because you know she loves her job, which flows over to us! - Becky Roesler

Inspired by True Events? Movies vs. History

Did that really happen? Movie audiences enjoy seeing “real events” on the “big screen.” To expect every movie with a historic base to be 100% accurate would be unrealistic. However, if a filmmaker is producing a “historical movie,” then accuracy is important because it will shape the viewer’s perceptions of history. To make this topic even more interesting, some movies covered in this class have an unexpected “connection” to a real event or person. 2/10 Thu 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM BSC NECE, Auditorium, Room 304 Instructor: Ann Vadnie Fee: $30 Course ID: 7070051

“American Heroes” Medal of Honor Recipients World War II

Bravery, courage, sacrifice, integrity, and selflessness, to share a few, are words used in the citations of those who received the Medal of Honor, the highest award for military valor in action for the United States. In this class, we will meet ten men who were recipients of the Medal of Honor

during World War II. Their stories are riveting and uplifting, highlighting their accomplishment when bravery is an essential component of the equation. 2/17 Thu 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM BSC NECE, Auditorium, Room 304 Instructor: Ann Vadnie Fee: $30 Course ID: 7070049

The Solution is a Revolution

The American, French, and Russian revolutions were three major revolutions in the history of the world. We will analyze the who, what, where, when, and why of these monumental events. 2/28 Mon 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 101 Instructor: Pat Pins Fee: $20 Course ID: 7070054

BSC Health Sciences Tour Join us for a tour of BSC’s newest addition, the Donna S. Thigpen Health Sciences building. This structure is a multimillion-dollar facility equipped with a simulated hospital. The building houses the college’s nursing, medical lab technician, certified nursing assistant, surgery tech and nursing programs. It’s designed to look like a hospital and includes a nurses’ station and surgery room. 3/15 Tue 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM BSC Donna S. Thigpen Center for Health Sciences Instructor: Mari Volk Fee: $10 Course ID: 7070055

Let’s Go to the Movies

What are elements that make a film “good?” Script choice, actors, theme, special effects, music, art direction, the director, and the producer, to name a few, will be analyzed in this two-hour lecture. We will look at what makes a film work and what elements cause a film to flop. 3/21 Mon 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 101 Instructor: Pat Pins Fee: $20 Course ID: 7070052

Following the Lusitania Down

The Dead Wake, a non-fiction book written by Erik Larson, gives an account of the events surrounding the sinking of the US liner, The Lusitania. Participants will join in a discussion of the events outlined in the book, and we will discuss Larson’s style of writing about actual events that makes them as entertaining as fiction. 4/5 Tue 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 101 Instructor: Kim Crowley Fee: $15 Course ID: 7070050

Cemeteries in Western North Dakota

This lecture will focus on the Lutheran congregations established by early settlers in western North Dakota, the closure or mergers of these congregations, and the status of the rural cemeteries they left behind. 4/13 Wed 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 101 Instructor: Murray Sagsveen Fee: $15 Course ID: 7070041

OLLI On-Demand

Watch pre-recorded lectures on your own time. You must have access to email and a computer or mobile device with internet access. A link will be sent upon registration. View available On-Demand classes at

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OLLI SERIES “No Fear” Poetry: From Phobia to Pleasure

Did you have a love or hate relationship with poetry in school? Whether you want to find out what you were missing or better understand the magic you know poetry to be, Bonnie will lead you in great discussion during this two-session class. We will have fun identifying what makes poems catch the eye and ear and talk about what good poems offer readers. 1/18 - 1/25 (2xs) Tue 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 101 Instructor: Bonnie Larson Staiger Fee: $20 Course ID: 7040021

“No Fear” Poetry: Get Started Writing

Individuals interested in poetry, or those who feel a nudge to write poetry but are unsure of where to begin, should consider registering for this two-session class. Bonnie will help you tinker with a few mechanics and pitfalls

and talk about the hurdles we place in our way. We’ll try a few exercises to get comfortable with the process and invite the Muse. Participants should bring paper, pen/pencil, and, if possible (not required), a few colored highlighters. For the first session, participants are encouraged to bring a poem they admire. 2/15 - 2/22 (2xs) Tue 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 101 Instructor: Bonnie Larson Staiger Fee: $20 Course ID: 7040022

we had governor “Wild Bill” Langer. 2/24 - 3/10 (3xs) Thu 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM BSC NECE, Auditorium, Room 304 Instructor: Perry Hornbacher Fee: $30 Course ID: 7040020

Perry always makes the learning fun and easy. He is a great teacher! - Ginny Saiki

The Great Depression in North Dakota

Explore the days of North Dakota’s years of despair during the Great Depression, where the per capita income for North Dakota was at 47% of the national average. Drought struck the state with nine of the eleven years, from 1929 through 1939, with less than average rainfall. New Government programs like the CCC, the REA, the WPA, and more (too many to list) changed our nation and the state. And,

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN-PERSON PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CLASSES Bismarck-Mandan Chamber EDC Members receive a 10% discount on classes marked with the symbol. To receive the discount code, Chamber members will need to log in to their account at bismarckmandan.com.

Better Business Writing

Business writing has only two goals: 1) to make people understand something, and 2) to get them to take some action. Whether it is to buy your product or service; confirm a decision; or to simply like you and think you’re good to do business with, you want your reader to understand you and take action. Learn 10 ways to write your business letters and emails more effectively, to say what you mean, and to make sure your readers understand you. 1/12 Wed 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 101 Instructor: Cindy Solberg Fee: $169 Course ID: 5250029

Microsoft Excel for Beginners (2019)

Come and try the latest and most powerful spreadsheet application built for today’s workplace. Designed for beginners, you will discover how to build, edit and modify spreadsheets, design charts, and create basic formulas and functions. We will be working in Excel 2019; basic knowledge of Windows is recommended. Class fee includes course materials. Class registration closes two weeks before the class to allow for supplies to be purchased. 2/9 Wed 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 104 Instructor: Cindy Solberg Fee: $219 Course ID: 5270137

Project Management Essentials for the Unofficial Project Manager This class will help participants consistently complete projects successfully by teaching them to implement a disciplined process

to execute projects and to master informal authority. Project management is not just about managing logistics and hoping the project team is ready to play to win. The skills of “informal authority” are more important than ever before, so team members are inspired to contribute to the project’s success! Class fee includes course materials. Class registration closes two weeks before the class to allow for supplies to be purchased. 3/2 Wed 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 103 Instructor: Cindy Solberg Fee: $329 Course ID: 5700009

Resolving Workplace Conflict

Today‘s business environment presents new and growing challenges forcing organizations to continually increase productivity, improve quality, shorten cycle time, and reduce costs. Survey after survey confirms that people are working longer and harder at jobs that are more complex and have a wider range of responsibilities. At the same time, the way people work and communicate with one another is changing, creating added stress and complexity. The homogenous, singlefunction, co-located group is being replaced by dispersed, cross-functional teams with diverse areas of expertise. An unfortunate but natural byproduct of these challenges is conflict. While conflict can lead to discoveries such as new ideas and innovative breakthroughs, it can, if allowed to escalate, result in damage to critical working relationships. This course teaches leaders how to recognize the signs of escalating conflict and take appropriate action to minimize damage. Leaders are introduced to two resolution tactics—coach and mediate— and practice using the Interaction Essentials as they coach an associate to resolve a conflict. Class fee includes course materials. Class registration closes two weeks before the class to allow for supplies to be purchased.

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3/30 Wed 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 101 Instructor: Cindy Solberg Fee: $249 Course ID: 5600027

Time Management: 10 Strategies Finding a time management strategy that works best for you depends on your personality, ability to selfmotivate, and level of self-discipline. This lesson describes 10 possible strategies for improving your ability to manage the events in your life in relation to time. 4/13 Wed 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 103 Instructor: Cindy Solberg Fee: $169 Course ID: 5350348

Emotional Intelligence: Honing the Skills that Drive Your Influence

Influence. It can be an illusive concept but we know it when it occurs. And in today’s world, it’s a critical need. But what are the skills that that create influence and better yet, how can we embrace them? Researchers and business experts agree that people with high emotional intelligence are consistently the top performers in their organizations. They’re more resilient and flexible when things get tough, and they’re held in the highest regard by their leaders, peers, co-workers and others. In this interactive session, participants will learn why emotional intelligence (EQ) is far more than just a set of “people skills” and instead intentional behaviors with self and others. (Lunch included) 1/25 Tue 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Bismarck Event Center, Exhibit Hall 104 Instructor: Kayla Curry Fee: $225 Course ID: 30179

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ONLINE TRAINING IN-PERSON PD CONTINUED

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Training

Bismarck State College’s Nursing Assistant Training Program students gain the knowledge and technical skills needed to secure a job as a certified nursing assistant (CNA) in a skilled nursing facility, acute care, or home health care. The 80-hour program includes classroom instruction, supervised practical training and clinical practice, and can be taken for college credit or as non-credit training. In-Person Class Dates (Choose One) Feb 7-Mar 3, 2022 or Mar 7-31, 2022 or Apr 4-28, 2022 or May 2-26, 2022 Mon-Fri, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM BSC Donna S. Thigpen Center for Health Sciences Fee: $625 Course ID: 3100001 Online Class Dates (Choose One) Jan 24-Mar 19, 2022 or Mar 28-May 20, 2022 or May 23-July 16, 2022 Online and BSC Donna S. Thigpen Center for Health Sciences Fee: $650 Course ID: 3100005

Commercial Driving (CDL)

BSC will provide you with a wellrounded education that prepares you for both parts of the commercial driver’s license exam. You will enter the program having obtained your Class A Commercial Driver’s License permit, including passing of the knowledge, airbrake, and combination tests. Our training course will start with coursework in truck driving safety, driving techniques, and North Dakota driving laws. Then, you will practice your truck driving skills under the watchful eye of a certified driving instructor. Class Dates (Choose One) Feb 21-Mar 11, 2022 or Mar 21-Apr 8, 2022 or Apr 18-May 6, 2022 or May 16-Jun 3, 2022 Mon-Fri, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM BSC NECE, Room 102 Instructor: Troy Westby Fee: $5,495 Course ID: 521001

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Developing Yourself and Others

Development is critical to attracting and retaining talent, driving employee engagement, preparing future leaders, and ultimately ensuring the success of the organization. Clearly, development is just as important to leaders as it is to their direct reports. In this course learners are introduced to a practical process to guide their own and others’ development-planning efforts. The outcome is a meaningful development plan that supports the organization’s current and future business needs. Course length: 3 hrs, 30 min Self-paced: Begin Anytime Online Fee: $119 Course ID: 5600090

Setting Goals and Reviewing Results

People are more engaged and strive for better results when they feel ownership of their work process and outcomes. Unfortunately, leaders fail to engage and reinforce this sense of ownership during performance management discussions. This course will show the positive effect of shifting the traditional role of planner and evaluator from the leader, to a shared responsibility between leader and employee. This shift builds employee ownership and allows the leader to focus on coaching and developing throughout the performance cycle. Leaders will experience how to use effective (SMART) goals to help track progress and fairly evaluate outcomes. A well-written performance plan is also a powerful tool for leaders to use when determining where to focus their development and coaching discussions with their employees. Course length: 3 hrs, 30 min Self-paced: Begin Anytime Online Fee: $119 Course ID: 5600099

Twelve Steps to a Successful Job Search

You will then be given complete stepby-step instructions on how to get the job that fits your needs, regardless of your level of expertise or state of the economy. You will learn how to build rapport with any interviewer, both verbally and non-verbally, while mastering the six phases of a successful job interview. This motivational course will increase your confidence, help you feel great about yourself, and provide you with the foundation you need to get the job you want! Six week course/24hour course Instructor Led Class Begins: 1/12, 2/9 or 3/16 Self-paced: Begin Anytime, 3 month access Online Fee: $115 (instructor led or self-paced) Course ID: JHS (instructor led) / T8531 (self-paced) Register at ed2go.com/bscceti

Introduction to QuickBooks Online

Learn how to manage your business finances with QuickBooks Online. This powerful accounting software has helped millions of small business owners oversee their finances. Now that the cloud-based version is outpacing the desktop version, there’s no better time to refresh your QuickBooks knowledge. You will learn to use key features of QuickBooks Online and gain hands-on experience creating invoices, receipts, and statements; track payables, inventory, and receivables; generating reports; and more. Whether you’re new to QuickBooks or need a quick refresher, this course will empower you to take control of your business’s financial accounting, all with the ease and convenience of an online platform. Six week course/24 course hours Instructor Led Class Begins: 1/12, 2/9 or 3/16 Self-paced: Begin Anytime, 3 month access


Online Fee: $115 (instructor led or self-paced) Course ID: QOL (instructor led) / T9188 (self-paced) Register at ed2go.com/bscceti

Start Your Own Small Business

Turn your dream into a reality! In this class, you will begin by discovering the tricks to picking the right opportunity for you. Next, you will learn how to develop proven marketing techniques to easily build sales. Since every business needs money, this course discusses traditional and nontraditional financing options. Finally, you will learn easy-to-implement employeemanagement procedures and how to write business policies that help you build your business. You, as a business owner, need to manage all your limited resources. Throughout the course, you will learn time management techniques especially for entrepreneurs. While taking this course, you will discover the secrets that separate the successful entrepreneurs from the struggling ones. Six week course/24 course hours Instructor Led Class Begins: 1/12, 2/9 or 3/16 Self-paced: Begin Anytime, 3 month access Online Fee: $115 (instructor led or self-paced) Course ID: BIZ (instructor led) / T9274 (self-paced) Register at ed2go.com/bscceti

Web Design Professional This course will teach you foundational web design skills. You will first learn best practices for the technologies that drive web functionality: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. You will then learn Creating, Styling, and Validating Forms, and take a deep dive into Bootstrapping to further your knowledge of web development. Finally, you will learn how to use the tools of the trade: Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver, and Animate. Twelve months access/384 course hours Self-paced: Begin Anytime Online Fee: $2,995 Course ID: GES517 Register at careertraining.ed2go.com/ bscceti

Medical Billing and Coding (Voucher Included)

Whether you’re just starting work or transitioning into a different field, there has never been a better time to enter a career in Medical Billing and Coding. This course will prepare you for success in this rewarding career as you learn about legal, ethical, and regulatory concepts central to this field, including HIPAA compliance, official coding guidelines, and third-party payer requirements. You will also be able to choose a voucher for the professional certification that best aligns with your interests and career goals. Twelve months access/370 course hours Self-paced: Begin Anytime Online Fee: $2,995 Course ID: GES1014 Register at careertraining.ed2go.com/ bscceti

The Complete Project Manager with CAPM® and PMP® Prep

The Complete Project Manager with CAPM® and PMP® Prep online training program provides you with a thorough understanding of project management from start to finish. You’ll start with a good foundation of project management concepts and terminology. You’ll then build on that foundation by taking a closer look at certain critical project management aspects in-depth. Material is presented sequentially as it would likely occur in actual projects. You’ll gain a thorough understanding of how to apply project management concepts, in addition to any specific variations between them. Key and critical topics are explored in depth as they are appropriate for a more intermediate and advanced level understanding. Six months access/250 course hours Self-paced: Begin Anytime Online Fee: $1,995 Course ID: GES251 Register at careertraining.ed2go.com/ bscceti

Clinical Dental Assistant

This online dental assisting course is the most comprehensive you’ll find. You’ll learn about every aspect of professional dental assisting, including invaluable real-world perspectives from experienced dental assistants and essential information about anatomy and physiology, preventive dentistry, patient care and communication, radiology, pharmacology, anesthesia, assisting in specialty practices, employment strategies, and much more. Six months access/240 course hours Self-paced: Begin Anytime Online Fee: $1,995 Course ID: GES121 Register at careertraining.ed2go.com/ bscceti

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ONLINE TRAINING

Non-Credit Career Pathway Certifications & Courses

The academic and technical curriculum developed and authorized by Palo Alto Networks Academy and delivered by Palo Alto Networks Academy Partner, Bismarck State College, helps provide the knowledge and expertise that prepare you to protect our digital way of life.

Palo Alto Networks Certified Cybersecurity Entry-Level Technician (PCCET)

The PCCET certification is a knowledge-based certification that validates candidates’ understanding of fundamental cybersecurity, network security, cloud security, and SOC security. The certification is designed for students, technical professionals, as well as any non-technical individuals interested in validating comprehensive knowledge on current cybersecurity tenets. This certification has no prerequisites. Fee: $66 Course ID: 5950016

PREPARE TO TAKE THE PCCET EXAM BY TAKING THE FOLLOWING FOUR COURSES: Cybersecurity Foundation

In the Cybersecurity Foundation course, students will learn fundamental principles associated with the current cybersecurity landscape and identify concepts required to recognize and potentially mitigate attacks against enterprise networks as well as mission critical infrastructure. Students will also learn how to initially setup and configure interfaces, security zones, authentication, and policies on a next generation firewall. 30 hours, 12 weeks Online 24/7, Class begins 2nd Monday each month Instructor: Debbie Mantz Fee: $600 Course ID: 5950012

Network Security Fundamentals

In the Network Security Fundamentals course, students will gain an understanding of the fundamental tenants of network security and review the general concepts involved in maintaining a secure network computing environment. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to describe general network security concepts and implement basic network security configuration techniques. 45 hours, 12 weeks Online 24/7, Class begins 2nd Monday each month Instructor: Debbie Mantz Fee: $600 Course ID: 5950013

Security Operations Fundamentals

In the Security Operations Fundamentals course, students will gain an understanding of Security operations (SecOps) and the role it plays in protecting our digital way of life, for businesses and customers. Students will learn continuous improvement processes to collect highfidelity intelligence, contextual data, and automated prevention workflows that quickly identify wand respond to fast-evolving threats. They will also learn how to leverage automation to reduce strain on analysts and execute the Security Operation Center’s (SOC) mission to identify, investigate, and mitigate threats. 30 hours, 12 weeks Online 24/7, Class begins 2nd Monday each month Instructor: Nick See Fee: $600 Course ID: 5950015

Cloud Security Fundamentals

In the Cloud Security Fundamentals course, students will learn basic principles associated with securing the cloud and SaaS-based applications through Secure Access Service Edge architecture and identify concepts required to recognize and potentially mitigate attacks against traditional and hybrid datacenters as well as mission critical infrastructure. Students will also learn how to initially setup and configure containers on a docker bridge network and test the container security through the use of vulnerability scans and reports. 30 hours, 12 weeks Online 24/7, Class begins 2nd Monday each month Instructor: Nick See Fee: $600 Course ID: 5950014

** Educators affiliated with an Academy School under the Bismarck State College Palo Alto Networks Regional Academy should enroll in the above classes labeled “for Educators.”**

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