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WINTER 2017

PREVENT

THE WINTER

BLUES

AND TRY SOMETHING NEW WITH ENRICHMENT AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT!

bismarckstate.edu/ce


ENRICHMENT COMPUTER/TECHNOLOGY .............................3 CREATIVE ARTS ...............................................3 CULINARY ARTS...............................................6 HEALTHY LIVING .............................................7 HOME & GARDEN ...........................................9 LANGUAGE & CULTURE ................................11 MONEY MATTERS..........................................11 RECREATION & LEISURE................................12 SPECIAL INTEREST ........................................14 ONLINE PROGRAMS ...........................................15

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CAREER DEVELOPMENT ...............................16

WELCOME TO CONTINUING EDUCATION! Winter is such a cold and dreary way to start a new year. Wouldn’t it be great if a new year

would start with flowers and sunshine instead? Maybe it’s so gray because we need to focus

on what can make our internal sunshine, shine! Albert Camus once said, “In the depths of winter, I finally learned that within me there

COMPUTER/TECHNOLOGY ...........................16

lay an invincible summer.” Are you ready to find yours?

COMMUNICATION SKILLS .............................17

This new catalog is full of promise. We have a

MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP ...............17 INDEX ..................................................................20 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ......................22 REGISTRATION ....................................................23 NEED HELP WITH REGISTRATION? CALL US TODAY AT 701-224-5600 OR 1-877-846-9387 Important Details •

Classes require a minimum enrollment before they can run. If a class is cancelled, participants will be notified the week before class is scheduled to begin.

We encourage you to register so that your favorite class isn’t cancelled! If 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 22. 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 Enrichment and Professional Development classes scheduled for that day are cancelled and will be rescheduled for the earliest possible date.

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wide array of new classes to start those gray and dreary months off with some excitement. From Chinese New Year cooking, to perfecting your email management and creating something beautiful out of leather, there is something new for everyone to try. If you are

looking for a new direction in your professional life, we have options that will help you find your True Colors (I’m gold and love to make sure everything is organized), or classes to help you make the most out of meetings.

Whatever the cure is to bring out your eternal summer, Enrichment and Professional Development can help. We can’t wait to see you in class!

Alison Zarr Program Manager

Lori Heinsohn Manager

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Computers & Technology Email matters to everyone today. How you email, email server options, proper email etiquette, and even how to control the massive amounts of email you receive are all important pieces to help you make your time in your email inbox – matter! In this class you will learn the basics of email, improving the email quality that you send, creating filters for your email and much more. Please note – this class will focus on Gmail and MS Outlook. 3/27 BSC NECE, Room 104 Fee: $59

Tue 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Instructor: Debbie Mantz Course ID: 5270121

Getting Started in MS Word Get familiar with MS Word and its interface. Knowing how to move around can save time. Once you know the basic layout, learn about word wrap, autocorrect, spell and grammar check, printing and finally how to save the document including to OneDrive. Basic knowledge of computers is recommended; registration fee includes course materials. 2/20 - 3/6 BSC NECE, Room 104 Fee: $159

Tue 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (3xs) Instructor: Debbie Mantz Course ID: 5270112

Internet Orientation: The Basics and Beyond How many times have you heard the phrase, “I Google’d it” but don’t know what it means? Come and discover the internet and everything it has to offer! In this short class, you’ll discover what the internet is, and what you can find there. We’ll cover what a browser is and which one to use; how to save sites to come back to them, using email on the internet and much more will be covered in this course. Basic computer knowledge is recommended. 1/30 BSC NECE, Room 104 Fee: $49

Tue 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Instructor: Debbie Mantz Course ID: 5270049

Introduction to Windows 10! Windows 10 brings out the best features from Windows 7 and 8, from the scrolling start menu to jump lists and flyout menus and more. In this class, we will also discuss the Cortana search bar, Microsoft’s new Edge web browser, access to the App store from your desktop and newly improved mail and calendar apps. 4/10 BSC NECE, Room 104 Fee: $49

Tue 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Instructor: Debbie Mantz Course ID: 5270073

So where did you put that file? Is it on your desktop, on one of your drives, or maybe it went to the cloud? Keeping track of all of your documents – and even where you saved them – can be a chore in today’s electronic world. In this class, you will learn valuable tips to help keep track of where things have gone and develop a plan for what gets stored where. Debbie will also cover tips on how to share your files with friends, family and coworkers, to make the best use of all of the space you have available! Basic computer knowledge is recommended. 3/20 BSC NECE, Room 104 Fee: $59

Tue 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Instructor: Debbie Mantz Course ID: 5270119

Computers & Technology

Email Matters

Keeping It in Balance: Digital File Management for Your Computer

Windows 10: The Next Level

You may know the basics to working with Windows 10, but can you really use this powerful software to its fullest? In this class, we will explore the next level of what Windows can do. You will learn about File Explore and One Drive, and how the Cloud can make your life easier. Join us to learn more! 4/24 BSC NECE, Room 104 Fee: $49

Tue 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Instructor: Debbie Mantz Course ID: 5270120

Creative Arts Acrylic Painting for Beginners Acrylic paint is a great, inexpensive medium that will allow you to create a beautiful project in a minimal amount of time. In this class, you will learn to mix colors, care for brushes, apply paint using a variety of brush strokes, and more! No previous experience necessary. Nicole will demonstrate a variety of techniques to build your painting vocabulary, so you can confidently further explore painting on your own in the future! Students are encouraged to bring their own sketching materials and brushes (if you own some), or instructor will have basic materials on hand during the first class. A supply fee of $25 is payable at the time of registration. 3/21 - 4/4 BSC Armory, Room 143 A Fee: $69

Wed 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (3xs) Instructor: Nicole Gagner Course ID: 9100197

Beginning Leather Craft for All Ages Join us for this beginning leather class, ideal for all ages! You will learn the basic steps to carving and stamping leather, and will finish by exploring antiquing or dying your project. You will walk away with a complete project. It’s an ideal project for beginning 4-H members, or for anyone looking for a new hobby. Participants ages 8 and older are all welcome, but young students must have parental assistance on site. A $20 supply fee is payable at the time of class registration. Registration closes Wednesday, March 21. 3/26 BSC Armory, Room 143 A Fee: $59

Mon 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Instructor: Chip Liebel Course ID: 9100191

Log on & register today: bismarckstate.edu/continuingeducation

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Creative Arts

Create a Baby Octopus: Crochet for a Cause With just a single crochet stitch, learn to make an adorable octopus that is suitable for any age. Interested in charity? Crocheting this pattern creates an octopus which may be suitable for donation to Sanford NICU for use by the hospital staff in giving babies something to handle besides their medical tubing and other equipment. Visit this class online to learn more! A supply list will be sent to participants prior to the first night of class. 3/27 - 4/3 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $59

Tue 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM (2xs) Instructor: Larissa Harrison Course ID: 9100199

Creative Crochet: Dishcloths, Potholders, and More! With wedding and graduation season around the corner, now is the perfect time to learn basic crochet stitches to make unique gifts. In this class, you will learn basic crochet stitches such as the chain stitch, slip stitch, single crochet, half double, double and triple crochet, as well as how to change yarn colors. Participants will also learn how to create their own pattern and read from an existing pattern. Participants will be provided with a supply list prior to the start of class. 3/6 - 3/13 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $59

Tue 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM (2xs) Instructor: Larissa Harrison Course ID: 9100076

Crochet 101 It’s time to discover crochet! In this class, you’ll learn the foundation of crochet from the chain to the double crochet stitch. Participants will learn how to chain, the single, half double and double crochet stitches by 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! A supply list will be provided prior to the first night of class and can also be viewed online with this class listing. 2/20 - 2/27 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $59

Tue 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM (2xs) Instructor: Larissa Harrison Course ID: 9100174

Getting Published Have a great story? Want to see it in print? Join Tempe O’Kun for this two-night course. Tempe is a BSC grad and a local, published, author. The first half of this class will familiarize you with the range of options available to the Internet-age writer: from self-publishing to independent small presses to major publishing houses. The second half of the class will take the form of brainstorming a personalized plan of action for your work. Future literary masterpieces wanted. 3/14 - 3/21 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $59

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Wed 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (2xs) Instructor: Tempe O’Kun Course ID: 9650032

Knitting for Beginners If you would like to learn to knit or just need a refresher, this is the class for you. Students will select a beginning projector prior to class (options to be provided by the class instructor). Then you will learn to cast on, purl, knit, and bind off. This class is designed for anyone that wants to knit but has never picked up needles! 2/6 - 2/13 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $55

Tue 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (2xs) Instructor: Sue Balcom Course ID: 9100107

Leather Art - Creating Leather Feathers Develop your artistic side through leather carving. Carve, cut, tool, and paint strikingly realistic feathers from leather. Display your leather carving as a wall hanging or use as adornments. This class is open to teens and adults only. A $20 supply fee is payable to the instructor on the night of class. Registration closes Wednesday, April 11. 4/16 Double Luck Ranch Fee: $59

Mon 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Instructor: Chip Liebel Course ID: 9100047

Leather Art - Western Boot Jack Carve, paint and finish your own beautiful leather boot jack! This class is designed for beginning leather artists or those that wish to brush up their skills. From floral and animal patterns and more, you will create your own leather masterpiece to take home. A supply fee of $25 is payable at the time of class registration. Registration closes Friday, March 30. 4/5 Double Luck Ranch Fee: $59

Thu 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Instructor: Chip Liebel Course ID: 9100045

Introduction to Basic Watercolor Painting Begin to explore a whole new world with watercolor painting! In this class, you will learn the basics, as well as learn about materials and application techniques. These basics will allow you to further build skills on your own and help you really take your art to the next level. No previous art experience is necessary! Students are encouraged to bring their own sketching materials and brushes (if you own some), or instructor will have some basic brushes and pencils available for student use during the first class. A supply fee of $25 is payable at the time of class registration. 1/22 - 2/5 BSC Armory, Room 143 A Fee: $69

Mon 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (3xs) Instructor: Nicole Gagner Course ID: 9100196

Log on & register today: bismarckstate.edu/continuingeducation


Intro to Metalsmithing with a Micro Torch

1/31 BSC LEA Hall, Room 306 Fee: $49

Wed 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Instructor: Barb Thorsen Course ID: 9100034

Pysanka Egg Decorating Pysanka eggs are a Ukrainian tradition you can use to add new beauty to your Easter table. Designs are “written” on the eggs using a pen that applies melted wax, resulting in intricate patterns when the egg is dyed. Join us to explore this unique process and create a new tradition! A supply fee of $12 is payable at the time of class registration. 3/29 BSC Armory, Room 143 A Fee: $39

Thu 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Instructor: Tempe O’Kun Course ID: 9100193

Spinner Ring: Metalsmithing II (Intermediate) Take a spin! Designed for participants that have taken Intro to Metalsmithing that are looking for the next step, this class will teach you so much more! In this class, you will texture, solder, and forge metal, creating a ring with an orbiting band. This ring is a fidget fashion statement! Previous metalsmithing experience is recommended. A supply fee of $40 is payable at the time of registration. 2/7 BSC LEA Hall, Room 306 Fee: $49

Wed 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Instructor: Barb Thorsen Course ID: 9100201

Stained Glass: Advanced Panel Take your stained glass skills to the next level! Choose one of Barb’s patterns, or you can design your own to create a beautiful stained glass panel. Once you have decided on a pattern Barb will help you choose the glass. Class time will focus on learning how to start a panel, enhance glass cutting skills, problem solving, finishing a panel for hanging, and ideas for setting up your personal workspace. A supply fee of $40 is payable for glass at the time of class registration. Previous experience with stained glass is highly recommended. Stained glass tools will be available for purchase before class, depending on individual students need. Your instructor will reach out to confirm student needs prior to class. Registration closes Friday, February 9. 2/21 - 3/21 (skip 3/14) BSC LEA Hall, Room 306 Fee: $149

Wed 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Instructor: Barb Thorsen Course ID: 9650084

Don’t overlook your feet when it comes to luxury! Hand knit socks are divine and an introduction to using doublepointed knitting needles. Yes, it takes some time, but in this class we will do some bulky socks with fairly large needles and in no time you will have a pair of cuddly socks that fit like a glove and keep your toes toasty at the same time. A supply fee of $15 is payable at the time of registration for the class material kit. 2/20 - 2/27 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $55

Tue 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (2xs) Instructor: Sue Balcom Course ID: 9100200

Creative Arts

Learn the basic techniques of cutting metal, texturizing metal, soldering with a micro torch, and polishing techniques. You will create a sterling silver ring of your own design that you’ll enjoy wearing for years to come. All tools and equipment will be provided. A $35 supply fee is payable to the instructor on the night of class.

Sock Knitting

Watercolor Painting Projects for Kids Watercolor painting is a beautiful and fun way to help your kids explore their creativity! In this class, they will learn about different techniques from marbling with shaving cream to print making and blow painting. Kids will create several take home projects while developing their artistic side. This class is designed for ages 6-12. A supply fee of $20 is payable at the time of class registration. 2/27 - 3/6 BSC Armory, Room 143 A Fee: $49

Tue 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (2xs) Instructor: Nicole Gagner Course ID: 9100198

Write Your Novel Always wanted to write a novel and aren’t sure how to start? Or maybe you’ve tried a few times, but you keep losing momentum? In this course, we’ll be discussing everything from brainstorming and research to writing tools and editors. An award-winning author and BSC grad, Tempe has published novels, short stories, comics, and a card game and will be fielding your questions throughout the class. All genres welcome. 1/31 - 2/7 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $59

Wed 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (2xs) Instructor: Tempe O’Kun Course ID: 9650034

Write Your Sci-fi/Fantasy Masterpiece Ready to take off on your flight of imagination, but don’t know where to start? Tempe O’Kun will lead this twonight crash course on structuring and crafting your epic. Get feedback from a professional author, brainstorm with fellow writers, and learn about writing through the lens of speculative fiction. All types of speculative fiction welcome! 2/21 - 2/28 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $59

Wed 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (2xs) Instructor: Tempe O’Kun Course ID: 9650044

Log on & register today: bismarckstate.edu/continuingeducation

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Culinary Arts

Culinary Arts A Chinese New Year Celebration Chinese New Year, or the Spring Festival, is the most important social holiday in China, and it’s celebrated in February. Why not extend that celebration to your home by trying some tasty treats that you can make at home? Join Shelly to test out pot stickers, wontons, shrimp toast and more! You’ll learn the techniques and tricks to making delicious dishes that are easy to recreate at home and so much tastier than store bought! A supply list will be sent to participants prior to the start of class. 2/15 Century High School, Room 140 Fee: $59

Thu 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Instructor: Shelly Kuntz Course ID: 9960002

Cooking with Lamb (101) Cooking with lamb sounds intimidating, but it’s a wonderful addition to any menu and much easier than you think! It’s flavorful and juicy, and you can braise it, grill it, roast it and much more! In this class, you will learn the basics and try several new recipes from Kabobs to the perfect chops. It’s time to roll up your sleeves and have some fun in the kitchen while learning new techniques and creating a mouthwatering meal! 3/8 Century High School, Room 140 Fee: $59

Thu 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Instructor: Annie Carlson Course ID: 9960001

Dinner in an Instant! Have an electric pressure cooker and never use it? Interested, but afraid? Cooking with a pressure cooker is convenient for busy families. This beginner workshop will introduce you to the quick and easy world of pressure cooking. In three hours, we will walk through common questions and make four easy dishes. Each participant will leave with resources and the confidence to begin pressure cooking! Participants should bring their Instant Pot or pressure cooker (and instruction manual) with to class. A supply fee of $15 is payable at the time of class registration. 2/5 Century High School, Room 140 Fee: $59

Mon 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM Instructor: Michelle Ragan Course ID: 9960004

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Grandma Emma’s High Rise Kuchen Everyone loves kuchen - the North Dakota German Russian ethnic dish! Learn why kuchen is for Easter and how to create the perfect raised dough and custard, topped filled with your favorite fruit. There are traditions with this sweet German treat to delight and entertain you. We will be using Grandma Emma’s recipe for the raised version of kuchen with your favorite fruit topping. Cost of registration includes supply fee, but participants need to bring 1 cup of their favorite fruit (rhubarb, apple, peach, apricot, pitted prunes or dry-curd cottage cheese) to class (frozen preferred), as well as a pie plate or a round 9 inch cake pan. 3/27 Century High School, Room 140 Fee: $69

Tue 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM Instructor: Sue Balcom Course ID: 9450083

Mom’s Comfort Food The smell of yeast dough, rising, warming in the oven and cooling is undeniably a piece of heaven. Learn how to perfect this process and make homemade buns, caramel rolls, and cinnamon rolls all from one easy dough. As they say, life is always sweet when you know how to bake! Registration fee includes all supplies - but please bring an empty container in case there are leftovers! 2/8 Century High School, Room 140 Fee: $59

Thu 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Instructor: Annie Carlson Course ID: 9450095

The Art of Sourdough Yeast is the soul of bread. Capturing wild yeast cultures and creating artisan loaves takes a little time and planning, but you can learn how to make a beautiful crusty loaf of bread with four simple ingredients - flour, water, salt and air. Baking your own bread saves money and is a much healthier alternative to purchased breads with incredible amounts of sodium. Even if you have never baked bread before you will be able to create a kneadless loaf of bread in your own kitchen. Plus you will learn a lot about bread in general and the German from Russia practice of Ewiger Saatz or Everlasting Yeast. Participants will be sampling bread and creating their own culture to take home. Supply fee is included in registration fee. 1/23 Century High School, Room 140 Fee: $59

Tue 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM Instructor: Sue Balcom Course ID: 9450059

Super Superbowl Foods No matter who is playing in the game, score a touchdown at your Superbowl party by providing unique and delicious appetizers! In this class, you’ll learn some of Shelly’s crowd pleasing favorites, including buffalo chicken dip, gourmet meatballs and more! Easy, fun, and so full of flavor, you’ll be glad this is a class you didn’t miss! A supply list will be sent to participants prior to the first night of class. 1/29 Century High School, Room 140 Fee: $59

Mon 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Instructor: Shelly Kuntz Course ID: 9960003

Log on & register today: bismarckstate.edu/continuingeducation


Healthy Living Make better health one of your most important activities this winter, and you won’t regret it! Meeting every Monday and Wednesday for four weeks, we will start out with 15 minutes of weighted bar routines, 15 minutes of cardio exercises with bands and rags. Take the last 15 minutes for an awesome core workout and stretch.

Cardio kickboxing is a fun and exciting full body workout! You’ll learn easy-to-follow punch and kick combinations and burn 500-600 calories each class. Tone muscle, relieve stress, energize yourself and develop strength all while having a blast! Participants should bring a filled water bottle and wear clothes geared to work out. 1/17 - 2/28 (skip 2/14) BSC Armory, Room 157 Fee: $49

Wed 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM (6xs) Instructor: Nikhil Kalothia Course ID: 9400097

3/7 - 4/11 BSC Armory, Room 157 Fee: $49

Wed 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM (6xs) Instructor: Nikhil Kalothia Course ID: 9400097

1/8 - 2/5 (skip 1/15) BSC Armory, Room 157 Fee: $79

Mon, Wed 5:15 PM - 6:00 PM (8xs) Instructor: Loretta Benedict Course ID: 9400083

2/7 - 3/7 (skip 2/19) BSC Armory, Room 157 Fee: $79

Mon, Wed 5:15 PM - 6:00 PM (8xs) Instructor: Loretta Benedict Course ID: 9400083

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3/12 - 4/4 BSC Armory, Room 157 Fee: $79

Mon, Wed 5:15 PM - 6:00 PM (8xs) Instructor: Loretta Benedict Course ID: 9400083

4/9 - 5/7 (skip 4/23, 4/25) BSC Armory, Room 157 Fee: $79

Mon, Wed 5:15 PM - 6:00 PM (8xs) Instructor: Loretta Benedict Course ID: 9400083

“Great pace, fun energy, knowledgeable teacher!”

The Basics of Yoga

Healthy Living

15 Minute Fusion Power

Intro to Kickboxing!

Pilates Power Pyramid

Learn how your body moves and what you can do to enhance your lifestyle through some simple yoga poses. This class will help you find flexibility through modifications, improve your balance, relieve stress, and gain strength to help you live a better life. You will be lead in a series of basic yoga poses by a certified yoga instructor. All of this knowledge will be gained through easy to understand instruction. After this 6 week course, you will have the tools you need to enter any yoga class with confidence. There will also be time for meditation and some one-on-one instruction for better body awareness.  Dress comfortably, in clothing that will move easily with your body. Yoga mats are available. 1/9 - 2/13 Yoga for You, Room Studio Fee: $99

Tue 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (6xs) Instructor: Brenda Stone Course ID: 9400015

3/20 - 4/24 Yoga for You, Room Studio Fee: $99

Tue 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (6xs) Instructor: Brenda Stone Course ID: 9400015

Dynamic flowing sequences that burn calories and elevate your metabolic rate to burn more fat. PiYo puts it all together so you can sculpt your body, scorch calories, and improve your flexibility—all at the same time! Sequencing from low-impact stretching and strengthening to bodyweight resistance-based exercises that promote lean muscle development. Trust that you won’t be just sculpting and defining every muscle—you’re burning major calories and fat! Participants should bring a filled water bottle and wear clothes geared to work out. 2/6 - 3/1 BSC Armory, Room 157 Fee: $79

Tue, Thu 5:15 PM - 6:00 PM (8xs) Instructor: Loretta Benedict Course ID: 9400101

4/3 - 5/3 (skip 4/24, 4/26) BSC Armory, Room 157 Fee: $79

Tue, Thu 5:15 PM - 6:00 PM (8xs) Instructor: Loretta Benedict Course ID: 9400101

Log on & register today: bismarckstate.edu/continuingeducation

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Healthy Living

TheraBand Flow Dynamic flowing sequences that burn calories and elevate your metabolic rate to burn more fat. Use the thera band to sculpt your body, scorch calories, and improve your flexibility—all at the same time! Sequencing from low-impact stretching and strengthening to bodyweight resistance-based exercises that promote strong core development. Trust that you won’t be just sculpting and defining your core muscles — you’re burning major calories and fat! Participants should bring a filled water bottle and wear clothes geared to work out. 1/9 - 2/1 BSC Armory, Room 157 Fee: $79

Tue, Thu 5:15 PM - 6:00 PM (8xs) Instructor: Loretta Benedict Course ID: 9400098

Essential oils are good for many different things, and can play a big role in everyone’s health regime, especially women. Oils are renowned for uses from reducing stress, helping with hormone balance and aiding with skin irritation. In this class, you will learn about the health benefits and also will be able to create several products to take and use at home. A supply fee of $30 is payable at the time of registration. We also strongly recommend participants purchase the book “Integrated Guide to Essential Oils & Aromatherapy”. Books must be purchased two weeks prior to class to ensure delivery (integratedessentialoils.com)

3/6 - 3/29 BSC Armory, Room 157 Fee: $79

Tue, Thu 5:15 PM - 6:00 PM (8xs) Instructor: Loretta Benedict Course ID: 9400098

5/14 Bismarck High School, Room B1 Fee: $55

Essential Oils: Beyond the Basics Are you ready to learn more about essential oils? In this class, we will move beyond what you may already know and discuss how oils can and have been used as alternative medicine. The class will focus on research from experts in the field of aromatherapy and essential oils, and we will discuss theories supported by this research. We will also discuss cautions, clinical support and other medical based protocols. As a wrap-up, you will also be able to try several recipes and create health supporting products to take home. Participants with a fragrance sensitivity please note that the oils used in class are fragranced. Also, a supply fee of $5 is payable at the time of registration, and participants must purchase the book “Integrated Guide to Essential Oils & Aromatherapy”. 3/26 BSC NECE, Room 119 Fee: $49

Mon 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Instructor: Debbie Dennison Course ID: 9400060

Essential Oils: Congestion, Allergies, Pollen & Winter Wellness Allergies, congestion and all the ailments that come with winter can be a tough battle. Essential oils are an excellent natural remedy that can make your battle victorious. In this class, you will hear how to use oils to clear your sinuses, relieve the pain of sore throats and reduce coughing. You will learn how to help detoxify your body of allergens and create several products to take and use at home. A supply fee of $30 is payable at the time of registration. We also strongly recommend participants purchase the book “Integrated Guide to Essential Oils & Aromatherapy”. Books must be purchased two weeks prior to class to ensure delivery (integratedessentialoils.com) 4/30 Bismarck High School, Room B1 Fee: $55

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Essential Oils: Women’s Health

Mon 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Instructor: Debbie Dennison Course ID: 9400104

Mon 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Instructor: Debbie Dennison Course ID: 9400103

How to Lose Weight and Keep It Off Permanently: A Coaching Opportunity The most important piece to your weight loss journey is focusing on AWARENESS and CONSCIOUSNESS first. In order to effectively lose weight and keep it off, it’s essential to understand the cause behind all of your actions before you start trying to make healthy changes. In this course, you will learn to truly understand exactly why you need to adjust to your body’s needs in order to see progress. We will also discuss how to distinguish physical hunger from emotional feelings. Join us to learn mind management, which leads to managing eating, increasing your awareness of thought processes and how to take ownership of those thoughts. Remember you always have a choice on your next actions! 1/29 - 3/12 (skip 2/19) BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $349

Mon 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (6xs) Instructor: Angie Gross Course ID: 9400102

Warm Up to Wellness There is a clear, gentle path that will help empower you to take control of your own health with Certainty! It’s time to listen to your body’s innate intelligence and get into agreement with what it is telling you. When you understand how your body functions and what tools it needs to keep you running, you won’t resist the change that it is calling for. In this class, we will explore specific health and wellness tools that won’t cost you anything, but will make a gigantic difference in your life quality and enjoyment. This class is designed for women ages 2555! 1/18 - 1/25 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $49

Thu 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (2xs) Instructor: Roberta Spitzer Course ID: 9400100

Log on & register today: bismarckstate.edu/continuingeducation


Home & Garden Too busy for a large vegetable garden? This class will give you just enough to start your own container garden in just the right amount of time. Learn how to grow crops in containers and which types are best. Containers are a must for small spaces and also can be used when soil and light conditions aren’t ideal. Come ready to play in the dirt! A supply fee of $5 is payable at the time of class registration. 3/20 BSC Armory, Room 143 A Fee: $49

Tue 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Instructor: Sue Balcom Course ID: 9450103

Getting Started with Genealogy Genealogy is a big puzzle that helps define who each of us is, and can often be used to solve unanswered questions. But do you even know where to begin? Let Don Mueller, seasoned genealogy enthusiast, guide you in this class! He will show you the 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! 3/20 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $49

Tue 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Instructor: Don Mueller Course ID: 9450086

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 also local resources that are available. Class time will allow for hands-on help. Please bring your computer or mobile device to class so that you can access the internet. 4/3 - 4/17 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $69

Tue 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM (3xs) Instructor: Don Mueller Course ID: 9650073

Don Mueller started researching his family history before home computers were available. It was paper, pencil, libraries, and a lot of letters. Today, research resources are at our fingertips with the internet, and Don teaches classes on how to get started in genealogy and shares research tips.

Home & Garden

Crops in Pots

Featured Instructor:

Don comes from a large family and was curious where his family came from. His father and paternal grandparents died very young, and he wanted to find answers, which led him from North Dakota to Springfield, Illinois and eventually to Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands, and Germany. Today, Don has expanded his family research to include nearly 90,000 relatives located throughout the United States and Europe. He has uncovered many family stories, which is his favorite part of research. Don enjoys traveling, and every trip usually includes a stop at an ancestor or relative’s home, which is a way to get more information and experience where they lived. Don owns a company that specializes in software technology development and consulting for health and human services in state and federal government. He is semi-retired, which allows more time for a great hobby like genealogy. We hope you join Don for Getting Started with Genealogy or Genealogy Resources Using Technology this Winter!

Home Buying and Home Selling Thinking about buying or selling a home? We will discuss buying and selling on your own or with a realtor. Other topics will include home loans, appraisals, inspections, home staging, advertising, title work, market values and more. The first night will focus on home buying and the second night will focus on home selling. Bring your questions! 4/4 - 4/11 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $29

Wed 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM (2xs) Instructor: Kelsi Hach Course ID: 9600023

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Life Realignment for a Career Transition The employment scene is changing in North Dakota! Whether it is companies expanding (or down-sizing) or changing their focus…this can mean layoffs, terminations and shifting job descriptions for employees. In this class, you will work with state-of-the art career exploration and decision-making tools, explore avenues for career pivots and transitions, and discuss your values, skills and interest with an eye toward a career that reflects your passions! 4/9 - 4/16 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $45

Mon 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (2xs) Instructor: Linae Bieber Course ID: 9450088

Pawsitively Obedient Want a well-behaved dog? Want to know how to train your dog pawsitively? Learn the basics of obedience training in this class. You and your dog will receive instruction in a detailed manner so that everyone attending will benefit, and so that the transfer of information to dogs and family members will be incorporated into everyday life. Lessons given in a howto style include: sit, down, controlled walk, come, wait, stay, leave it, and more. Behavioral situations are addressed based on group and/or individual needs. The recommended age of the dog for this class is 6 months and older, with those younger enrolling in the puppy class. Any dog under six months will be referred to the instructor for prior approval. Participants need to bring their dog with collar (no harness), leather or nylon leash (no chain or flexi), training treats, and notebook to write down lessons. Bring proof of vaccination (distemper/parvo, rabies, and bordatello is recommended) given by a licensed veterinarian. Participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Pawsitively Puppy Increase your puppy’s confidence, respect, trust, and interaction skills pawsitively. In this class for you and any puppy 6 months and younger, learn the basics of puppy behavior and simple obedience. Each session will be divided into five segments: 1) Puppy 101; 2) behavior issues including mouthing, biting, and chewing; 3) obedience instruction such as focus, sit, and down; 4) a controlled confidence activity, such as tunnel play or hoops; 5) playtime for positive interaction with other dogs and people. The tasks listed above are just a sample of what will be discussed! Each week, a new concept will be introduced and previous concepts reviewed, so that you and your puppy build its skills. Participants need to bring the puppy with collar (no harness), leather or nylon leash (no chain or flexi), soft training treats, and squeaky toy. Proof of vaccination given by a licensed veterinarian is required. Bring a notebook if you would like to write down lessons. Participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. 1/17 - 2/21 BPS Career Academy, Room 200A Fee: $89

Wed 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM (6xs) Instructor: Betsy Hamkens Course ID: 9450006

3/7 - 5/2 (skip 3/21, 3/28 and 4/18) BPS Career Academy, Room 200A Fee: $89

Wed 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM (6xs) Instructor: Betsy Hamkens Course ID: 9450006

Wine Appreciation 101

1/17 - 2/21 BPS Career Academy, Room 200A Fee: $89

Wed 7:45 PM - 8:45 PM (6xs) Instructor: Betsy Hamkens Course ID: 9450001

Come enjoy an evening of wine tasting at Vintner’s Cellar Winery! Relax in our Tuscan style tasting room while learning the art of pairing food and wine, the health benefits of wine, and how to design wine and create wonderful memories. Discover what a fun and simple experience wine can be. Participants must be 21 years old to attend.

3/7 - 5/2 (skip 3/21, 3/28 and 4/18) BPS Career Academy, Room 200A Fee: $89

Wed 7:45 PM - 8:45 PM (6xs) Instructor: Betsy Hamkens Course ID: 9450001

1/16 Vintner’s Winery Fee: $35

Tue 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Instructor: Iris & Lisa Course ID: 9450022

We’ve added some new locations around town for Winter Enrichment. We encourage you to check out these local businesses if you get the chance!

Juniper Workantile (juniperworkantile.com)

Open, spacious, and inviting, Juniper Workantile is the ideal work environment for professionals who need a desk, cubicle, small meeting space, or even a conference room for their work outside the office. All are welcome to find their own perfect space! Become a member to rent space today! Call 701-751-2311 or visit the website for more information. (122 N. 4th Street, Bismarck, ND)

Mandan Bier Hall

The Bier Hall is a partnership between the City of Mandan, Edgar Oliveira (Harvest Grill), and the Fort Abraham Lincoln Foundation, and it is located in the Mandan Depot on Main Street, Mandan. It features 24 beers on tap and traditional German dishes. Search for The Mandan Depot Bier Hall on Facebook for more information!

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Languages & Culture Learn about deaf culture, background, alphabet, and interpreting. Whether you’re just curious, or interested in educational work, or want to communicate with family or friends, join us to start your signing! 1/24 - 2/28 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $99

Wed 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (6xs) Instructor: Mary Claeys Course ID: 9500018

Let’s Speak Spanish This course is designed for students with little or no exposure to the Spanish language. Focus on pronunciation and basic phrases which will enable you to communicate with the native Spanish speaker in everyday situations. Interesting and fun cultural activities will also be incorporated into the class! Bring a notebook, pen or pencil, and Spanish/English dictionary. 3/12 - 4/4 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $99

Mon, Wed 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (8xs) Instructor: Angela Harmon Course ID: 9500026

Money Matters The Essentials of Estate Planning For many, estate planning can be overwhelming. Do you know the difference between a will and a trust? Are you concerned about what will happen to your estate after you are gone? Join us for this short course and learn what issues need to be addressed when developing an estate plan, and the importance of working with an estate planning attorney. You will learn the function of a will, the different kinds of trusts available, and the benefits and risks associated with each type. This session will focus on the different strategies available to decrease estate taxes and passing assets to your heirs. An attorney will be present. 1/23 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $39

Tue 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Instructor: Jason Naas Course ID: 9600016

4/17 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $39

Tue 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Instructor: Jason Naas Course ID: 9600016

Choosing the appropriate Social Security claiming age is a significant piece in the retirement planning puzzle, and crucial component to maintaining financial independence. The goal of this class is to help individuals and couples better understand their retirement benefit options under Social Security. This class will cover details in the claiming process, including spousal claiming strategies and helpful tips to maximize retirement benefits. Students are encouraged to visit http://www.socialsecurity.gov and bring their benefits statement to class. 2/6 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $39

Tue 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Instructor: Benjamin Brandt Course ID: 9600020

3/20 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $39

Tue 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Instructor: Benjamin Brandt Course ID: 9600020

Money Matters

Beginning Sign Language

Social Security Claiming Strategies

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 $25 materials fee is payable at the time of registration. Couples may share a workbook. 2/6 - 2/13 BSC Student Union, Alumni Room Fee: $39

Tue 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM (2xs) Instructor: Russ Arman Course ID: 9600010

2/22 - 3/1 BSC Student Union, Alumni Room Fee: $39

Thu 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM (2xs) Instructor: Russ Arman Course ID: 9600010

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Recreation & Leisure

Recreation & Leisure Adobe Photoshop: Advanced Techniques and Portrait Retouching for Photography Are you comfortable with Photoshop but want to learn powerful techniques to take your post photo processing to the next level? If you are, then join us for this four week class. The first part of the class is all layers. We focus on the ins and outs of layers and how layers work in Photoshop. We will cover layer masks and other pieces of the layers panel not often explored. The second part of the class will focus on retouching portraits using a variety of custom tools that will be provided to students via a USB drive. The focus will be on retouching portraits utilizing the same techniques used by professional retouchers. Basic knowledge of Adobe Photoshop is highly recommended. 4/5 - 4/26 BSC NECE, Room 104 Fee: $99

Thu 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (4xs) Instructor: Brian Matthews Course ID: 9650092

The ART of Welding Bend, shape, cut weld, braze and finish steel for projects at home and in the garage. Learn welding safety, equipment set-up, and three different welding techniques ideal for hobby or art projects. Join BSC Faculty member Dennis Howard and learn to lay down a bead and bend metal! A supply fee of $100 is included in the registration price. 4/16 - 5/9 BSC Tech Center, Room 105 Fee: $299

Mon, Wed 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (8xs) Instructor: Dennis Howard Course ID: 9650062

Basic Dance Steps Forget Dancing with the Stars. Get out on the dance floor yourself! You and a partner will learn the steps to the waltz, two-step, rumba and German polka along with their different styles. This class is for two participants -married, engaged, retired, or those who just want to have fun! You must register with a partner.

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3/27 - 4/10 BSC Armory, Room 157 Fee: $59

Tue 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM (3xs) Instructor: Joe Wangler Course ID: 9650011

5/1 - 5/15 BSC Armory, Room 157 Fee: $59

Tue 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM (3xs) Instructor: Joe Wangler Course ID: 9650011

Belly Dance Basics A great place to start your belly dance journey, this class provides an introduction to movement, music, drumming/finger cymbals, veil work and more! The simple combinations used in each class will demonstrate how movements link together. Strengthening, stretching and body mechanics of the dance as well as history and traditions of this ancient dance form will be covered. Materials needed are provided and students receive a CD of class music as part of the class. All are welcome— no experience required! 1/18 - 2/22 BSC Armory, Room 157 Fee: $79

Thu 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (6xs) Instructor: Linae Bieber Course ID: 9650089

Belly Dance Music and Movement Belly Dance is a fun way to achieve flexibility, aerobic exercise and safe fitness—all while grooving to a cool beat! The cornerstone of this dance form is body isolations: shimmies, figure-8’s, undulations and more. You’ll learn basic belly dance movement, layering of footwork with dance elements, and beginning rhythms utilizing finger cymbals! Emphasis is on fun, safe movement and creating a supportive environment—no experience is necessary. A supply fee of $20 is payable at the time of registration, and includes finger cymbal set and CD of music used in class. 4/25 - 5/30 (skip 5/9) BSC Armory, Room 157 Fee: $69

Thu 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (5xs) Instructor: Linae Bieber Course ID: 9650094

Country East Coast Swing Dance Swing Dance is fun, fast paced and a great way to pass the time. The Country East Coast Swing Dance is very versatile and will fit a variety of music – examples are Alan Jackson’s Where I Come From and Bob Segar’s Old Time Rock and Roll. You will learn variations of the basic step that will easily fit songs with a faster beat (similar to a Jitterbug) as well as simple moves that will have people asking “How did you do that?” Participants are not required to register with a partner. 1/29 - 2/12 BPS Career Academy, Room 200A Fee: $49

Mon 8:00 PM - 8:45 PM (3xs) Instructor: Jimmy Adams Course ID: 9650103

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Intro to Photoshop for Photographers

Gain some confidence on the dance floor and be ready for your next family gathering or wedding! Country two-stepping is some of the best fun you can have on the dance floor. Join us to learn the basics of how to two-step by finding the beat, practicing the steps and learning the difference between a Promenade frame, a wrap frame and more. Even though the dances may look intricate, the steps are deceptively simple and you will walk away looking like a pro! Participants are not required to register with a partner.

If you have Adobe Photoshop Elements 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 or 10 or Adobe Photoshop CS, CS2, CS3, CS4, CS5, or CS6 and want to learn tips and tricks in using the software to improve your photographs, sign up for this class. Photoshop is a very powerful tool that can be very difficult to learn on your own. Learn from a photographer who has used Photoshop since version 1 (circa 1989). We’ll cover tools useful for photographers - adjusting exposure, correction, artistic enhancement, layers, and also setting up Photoshop for easier use and better printed results. Don’t be afraid of Photoshop any more! You will receive a USB drive with class files as a way to store your photographs you wish to edit during class. Basic computer knowledge is highly recommended.

1/29 - 2/12 BPS Career Academy, Room 200A Fee: $49

Mon 7:00 PM - 7:45 PM (3xs) Instructor: Jimmy Adams Course ID: 9650104

Straight from Our Students:

“This was fun and Jimmy was the perfect instructor; great personality!” Digital Photo: Hotshoe Flash Bootcamp If you are new to off-camera flash or are interested in getting into using your flash off-camera, this class will go over all the pieces of getting started and techniques to improve your off-camera flash photos. This is a very hands-on class, so students must bring their camera with a charged battery. If students have a flash already, feel free to bring it along, but it is not required to have a flash for class. We will look at various methods of using your flashes and then try out the techniques. This class is designed for students who have a working knowledge of their DSLR camera. Students must bring their camera with a fully charged battery to every class. 2/15 - 2/22 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $69

Thu 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (2xs) Instructor: Brian Matthews Course ID: 9650091

DSLR Photography Bootcamp Learn the fundamentals of photography and the basic operation of your DLSR digital camera in this intensive, two night class! Veteran Enrichment instructor Brian Matthews will guide you through the fundamental functions of your camera, from lighting essentials to exposure basics. This class will cover it all! Students must come with their camera and a fully-charged battery to each class. 1/18 - 1/25 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $69

3/1 - 3/29 (skip 3/22) BSC NECE, Room 104 Fee: $99

Recreation & Leisure

Country Two-Step

Thu 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (4xs) Instructor: Brian Matthews Course ID: 9650015

Welding Essentials Learn the fundamentals of welding, including oxyacetylene welding, shielded metal arc welding, oxygen acetylene cutting, gas metal arc welding and gas tungsten arc welding. Participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the session. Registration fee includes course materials and $200 in on-site supplies. 2/5 - 4/2 BSC Tech Center, Room 105 Fee: $499

Mon, Wed 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (16xs) Instructor: Dennis Howard Course ID: 9650010

Basics of Horse Care and Riding for Adults Did you miss out on the opportunity to go to horse camp when you were a kid? If you did, then this is your opportunity to see what you missed! In this five week course, you will learn the basics to gain confidence around horses. Instructor Cherie Sanstead will pair you with a horse you can work well with to help you develop a trusting relationship. From there, you will learn how to approach, lead, groom, mount and dismount the horse, plus learning more about yourself along the way. Learn more about herd dynamics and how it can benefit your life. Prior experience is not necessary - just a desire to learn, a sense of adventure, and a willingness to step out of your comfort zone! Participants must wear close toed boots and long pants. Riding helmets will be provided. 3/1 - 3/29 Harmony Stables Fee: $179

Thu 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (5xs) Instructor: Cherie Sanstead Course ID: 9650099

Thu 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (2xs) Instructor: Brian Matthews Course ID: 9650069

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Special Interest

Special Interest Event Planning Basics Are you the person assigned to plan your company’s conferences and events? In this class attendees will learn the basics of event planning from booking venues, contracts, and hiring talent. Learn how to plan an effective event on a dime leaving your attendees with rave reviews. 2/8 BSC NECE, Room 119 Fee: $55

Thu 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM Instructor: Amy Jo Johnson Course ID: 9750011

Passion for Life Are you looking for more passion in your life? Passion is not only about that great hobby or career that really drives you, it is also about living life moment-by-moment truly being present in every activity you choose. By having both, it encourages you to live with your whole heart and soul. This class will explore ways to find your day-to-day spark along with your life’s passion through interactive discussion, reflection, movement, and goal setting. Participants of all ages are welcome. Come with an open mind, ready to have fun, and most importantly, ready to find YOUR PASSION. 2/15 - 2/22 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $49

Thu 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (2xs) Instructor: Rhonda Brinkman Course ID: 9750014

Administrative Professionals Day A skilled administrative professional is critical to the success of any office or business. As the point-person to handle a wide range of responsibilities, it is important for the administrative professional to have up-to-date perspectives on emerging trends and effective practices to help keep operations running smoothly. This one-day event aims to provide an opportunity for participants to sharpen their skills and knowledge while sharing their ideas and experiences. Registration fee increases to $149 on April 6, so register early and save! 4/25 BSC NECE, Bavendick State Room Fee: $109

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Wed 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Course ID: 5150004

Word to Your Brother - (How to Work with the Media) Working with the media can make or break your business. Do you know how to do it and succeed? In this class, you will learn how to effectively work with the media. Whether it’s getting out your important company news or fundraising information out to the general public, this class will help you do it in an effective manner. 2/27 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $69

Tue 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM Instructor: Amy Jo Johnson Course ID: 9750012

Make Your Own Infused Vodkas, Tinctures and Extract These easy-to-make herb, fruit and spice concoctions are all the rage, whether you use them to flavor a martini or make cookies more scrumptious! This class will teach you basic methods for extracting the volatile oils and edible compounds from botanicals, preparing them for use in your kitchen or home bar. Class will include recipe and method for limoncello, bitters (used in old fashions, but excellent on their own!), schnapps, vanilla extract and much, much more! Samples of most preparations will be available to try—must be 21 to register and attend! A supply fee of $20 is payable at the time of registration and includes vodka, herbs/spices/fruits for infusing, and glass containers. 2/19 Juniper Workantile Fee: $55

Mon 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Instructor: Linae Bieber Course ID: 9750015

3/12 Juniper Workantile Fee: $55

Mon 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Instructor: Linae Bieber Course ID: 9750015

German Beer, sehr gut! Journey through German’s beers without leaving the states! Debbie, veteran Enrichment instructor, has lived in Germany and has a passion for the country and its flavors. You’ll sample a variety of beers from the different regions of Germany, accompanied by the Harvest Brazilian Grill’s special appetizers. It will be a unique experience you won’t want to miss! Participants must be 21 to register. Registration closes one week prior to class start, and a supply fee of $12 is included in the class fee. This class is sponsored in part by the Mandan Depot Bier Hall. 2/15 Mandan Depot Bier Hall Fee: $69

Thu 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Instructor: Debbie Mantz Course ID: 9750013

4/3 Mandan Depot Bier Hall Fee: $69

Tue 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Instructor: Debbie Mantz Course ID: 9750013

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In partnership with Ed2Go, BSC offers a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely over the internet. All of our courses are led by expert instructors, many of who are nationally known authors. These instructors develop and lead every course, and you’ll be able to interact with them and fellow students. The sessions start monthly and are in a convenient six-week format. Upon completing the course with a passing score, you will receive an award of completion. Below are some of our most popular classes: Discover Sign Language Introduction to Microsoft Excel CompTIA A+ Certification Prep

Online Programs

Online Programs Accounting Fundamentals SAT/ACT Prep Introduction to PC Security

BSC is proud to partner with the Learning Resources Network, the largest lifelong learning associate in the world, to provide you with high quality online courses. Get the most up-to-date information from instructors who are nationally known experts in their field. All of our online courses are created and provided by expert instructors. You will find certificate programs in a wide range of topics, and you will receive a certificate upon completion. Most classes run around 4 weeks. Participate anytime day or evening and work at your own pace. All you need to participate is an internet connected device! Below are some of our most popular classes: Certificate in Data Analysis Certificate in Business Writing Certificate in Non-Profit Administration

Web Design Dementia Care

DDI’s online learning library is designed for learners to build skills on their own without the travel and administrative expenses of traditional workshops. Used as a standalone solution or to complement a leadership development program. Our online courses are based on the same research and competencies as the traditional classroom system. When supported with practice, reinforcement tools, and on-the-job application opportunities, you can get the same impact as other modalities. These are self-paced courses that can be completed in 2-3 hours. After passing the Mastery Test, you will receive a certificate of completion. Below are some of our most popular classes: Leading Virtually Communicating for Leadership Success

Communicating with Impact Your Leadership Journey

To view and register for these and many more online classes please visit bsc.augusoft.net and CLICK on online classes

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Professional Development

Beginning Access 2013

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Career Development ISPI Innovation Strength Preference Indicator The ISPI is an indicator of your orientations or pre-disposition for taking a specific approach to being innovative. In this course the ISPI assessment looks at your unique set of preferences or orientations in approaching innovation. The ISPI draws on three aspects, how people think (cognitive), take action (conative), and meet their personal relational needs (affective). What does it take to be innovative? In a word, people. People working effectively in concert with one another. Learn your individual preference. 3/22 BSC NECE, Room 102 Fee: $94

Thu 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM Instructor: Carla Hixson Course ID: 5200801

Killer Presentations with Help from the Cloud This session is designed to help you build a killer presentation, using a variety of software program and apps. Including; PowerPoint, google, keynote, Prezi and more. Once the presentation is complete, where do I put it? The answer lies in the Cloud. 3/27 BSC NECE, Room 102 Fee: $109

Tue 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM Instructor: Debbie Mantz Course ID: 5200802

Computer/Technology All About Outlook Microsoft Outlook is often used mainly as an email application but has many more features including calendar, task manager, contact manager, note taking, a journal and web browsing. Come and explore the many features of Outlook! We will discuss the elements of a good email message and what things to avoid, calendaring options including appointments and meetings, what events are and how to set them up, and all about the tasks feature.

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2/20 BSC NECE, Room 104 Fee: $109

Tue 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM Instructor: Debbie Mantz Course ID: 5270005

5/1 BSC NECE, Room 104 Fee: $109

Tue 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM Instructor: Debbie Mantz Course ID: 5270005

If you have a lot of data that you are trying to manage but you don’t know where to begin, you should join us for MS Access 2013! This class will cover the basic functions and features of Access. We’ll start with an introduction to database concepts and the Access environment and Help systems, and then will cover how to design and create databases. We will also work with tables, fields, and records; sort and filter data; and set field properties and data entry rules. Learn to create queries, forms, and reports and have your data managed in no time! Registration fee includes course materials. 1/16 BSC NECE, Room 102 Fee: $159

Tue 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Instructor: Debbie Mantz Course ID: 5270077

Beginning Excel 2013 In this version of Microsoft Excel, a powerful spreadsheet application and an essential tool for today’s workplace. We will discuss the basic concepts of Excel in this class. Discover how to build, edit and modify spreadsheets, design charts, and create basic formulas and functions. Registration fee includes course materials. Basic knowledge of Windows is recommended. 2/6 BSC NECE, Room 102 Fee: $159

Tue 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Instructor: Debbie Mantz Course ID: 5270065

Beginning Excel 2016 It’s here - Microsoft Excel 2016! Come and try the latest and most powerful spreadsheet application built for today’s workplace. We will discuss the basic concepts of Excel in this class. Discover how to build, edit and modify spreadsheets, design charts, and create basic formulas and functions. Basic knowledge of Windows is recommended. 3/6 BSC NECE, Room 104 Fee: $159

Tue 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Instructor: Debbie Mantz Course ID: 5270078

Intermediate Excel 2016 Microsoft Excel 2016 is thoroughly used in almost all fields. Hence getting to know some intermediate excel functions will be quite beneficial for anyone who wants to get their work done faster and in an easiest way available. Join the Intermediate Excel 2016 where you will learn how to use data functions, work with lists, work with texts, pivot tables, analyzing data, modify and format charts. 4/10 BSC NECE, Room 104 Fee: $159

Tue 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Instructor: Debbie Mantz Course ID: 5270105

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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’s 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. 2/8 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $129

Thu 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Instructor: Cindy Solberg Course ID: 5250029

* Coaching for Peak Performance

By understanding the importance of four coaching techniques and how to effectively handle both proactive and reactive coaching discussions, leaders can have more effective and efficient interactions. 5/10 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $169

Thu 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Instructor: Cindy Solberg Course ID: 5600025

Communicating with Impact This is a power packed training on how to communicate more effectively with colleagues and customers. Using this process you’ll build trust, strengthen partnerships, and achieve your desired results. 3/29 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $169

Thu 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM Instructor: Cindy Solberg Course ID: 5250035

* Driving Change

This course provides the skills and resources leaders need to accelerate the process of implementing change with their team members to create an agile work environment where people are more open to change. Leaders will learn how to turn resistance into commitment and inspire team members to take ownership of change. 4/24 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $169

True Colors We all have our own style, preferences, and ways of doing things. With so many individual personalities how can we all work together effectively? Knowing each other’s True Colors can help build teamwork and communication skills. True Colors is an interactive, entertaining way to identify strengths, stressors, and values to help improve relationships and increase personal effectiveness. 2/22 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $89

Thu 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM Instructor: Carla Hixson Course ID: 5250053

Professional Development

Communications Skills

When “IT” Happens in the Workplace-What Do I Do? There are no excuses for bad or questionable workplace behavior. There’s no need to accept or ignore, or turn a blind eye to questionable actions or words. A person’s title or position is not an excuse because that particular employee is viewed as more valuable to the organization than you are. There is a way to step up and take action both as individual leaders and as organizations. You have the power to impact a safe work environment. 3/21 BSC Student Union, Room 101 Fee: $119

Wed 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Instructor: Paula Graner Course ID: 5250110

Management & Leadership Critical Thinking Training and Skills What’s the #1 skill executives look for in their employees? Critical thinking means understanding the problem, evaluating the evidence, and making logical and thoughtful decisions. It’s a skill to help your organization find smart solutions to tricky problems, avoid emotional thinking and mistakes, and work together more efficiently. 2/22 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $139

Thu 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Instructor: Cindy Solberg Course ID: 5600121

Tue 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Instructor: Paula Graner Course ID: 5600026

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Crucial Conversations Crucial Conversations – Who needs to have one? Why they must happen. Why they need to happen. Over the years or throughout life at work and with loved ones we have all had conversations which turned into a defining moment in our life. Wouldn’t it be great if we had a set of tools to guide us to a greater success in holding these conversations? In this session, you will learn techniques to help guide these conversations in a positive light. 3/7 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $119

Wed 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Instructor: Paula Graner Course ID: 5250109

KnowBrainer The tool, called KnowBrainer, is a 4-step accelerated innovation process that teaches you to (1) Investigate (2) Create (3) Evaluate, and (4) Activate your way to a higher level of performance! This 4-step process will help you create qualified action plans that will catapult your ideas into action! 1/4 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $129

Thu 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Instructor: Carla Hixson Course ID: 5250033

Make Meetings Effective Again Meetings are a rite of the American workplace. For most, it’s a daily ritual. For those unlucky many who are exposed to it multiple times a day, it can be cruel and unusual punishment. While necessary, too many meetings have become veritable torture chambers where motivation is stifled, productivity is hampered, and good ideas wither and, too often, die. This course offers effective meeting presentation tactics, introduces new meeting styles, and offers steps on how you can increase a meeting’s effectiveness without wasting time and talent. 3/7 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $89

Wed 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Instructor: Jason Matthews Course ID: 5250098

Mixing and Matching Generations in the Workplace Today’s workforce includes five generations. Each generations’ experiences have influenced their values and work preferences. This class offers an overview of the 5G workplace, and will provide tips for finding common ground while honoring each generation’s unique contributions. 3/8 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $129

Thu 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Instructor: Cindy Solberg Course ID: 5250096

* Resolving Workplace Conflict

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 is changing and creating added stress. An unfortunate by-product is conflict. In this course, leaders will learn how to recognize the signs of escalating conflict and how to take appropriate action to minimize damage. 1/11 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $169

Thu 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Instructor: Paula Graner Course ID: 5600027

3/13 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $169

Tue 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Instructor: Paula Graner Course ID: 5600027

* Delegating with Purpose

Delegation is a critical skill for leaders in today’s do more with less business environment. Fewer resources, changing motivations, virtual employees, and global workforces are just a few of the challenges leaders face as they attempt to meet ever-increasing workplace demands. In this course, leaders learn the skills they need. Leaders learn to identify the tasks they need to delegate, select the most appropriate individuals, assess capabilities and commitment, and plan the delegation discussion including the level of decision-making authority, amount of support, and methods for measuring and monitoring the delegation. 3/22 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $169

Thu 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Instructor: Cindy Solberg Course ID: 5600028

* Any classes marked with an asterisk are DDI courses that can be applied to an Exceptional Leaders Certificate. If you do not find a face-to-face schedule time that works for you, consider completing your certificate with the DDI Online course offerings. Visit bsc.augustoft.net and click on the online classes link to see the full DDI line-up.

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Strategic planning is a term that seems to be tossed around more and more as businesses become more aware of budget issues and retirement gaps that are developing. Prepare yourself, and your company, by learning the basic steps needed to plan successfully. In this class, we will cover why it’s important to identify your core values and develop a shared vision with your employees. We will discuss why it is important to keep tradition in mind, but move forward with shortterm thinking. You will see how to prepare an agenda for your meeting, learn how to define a path to move forward and develop a plan to review steps as you move forward with your plan. This class will present important steps to ensure that you (and your company) are prepared for whatever comes next! 4/11 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $239

Wed 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Instructor: Mary Beth Burns Course ID: 5600113

Setting Goals and Reviewing *Results People are more engaged and strive for better results when they feel ownership of their work in both the process and the outcomes. Unfortunately, leaders fail to engage and reinforce this sense of ownership in 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 ownership with the employee and frees up time for leaders to focus on coaching and developing throughout the performance cycle. 4/26 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $169

Thu 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Instructor: Cindy Solberg Course ID: 5600034

“Mary Beth does a wonderful job of teaching, encouraging conversation, and making the class enjoyable!” Noel E., Fall 17 Situational Leadership

Situational Leadership Concepts This Ken Blanchard course introduces the theory of Situational Leadership II in an engaging and informative way. The foundation of Situational Leadership II lies in teaching leaders to diagnose the needs of an individual or a team and then use the appropriate leadership style to respond to the needs of the person, team and the situation. Participants learn about the three skills of a Situational Leader: goal setting, diagnosing and matching. Class registration closes on March 27 to allow time for material ordering. 4/10 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $229

Professional Development

Fundamentals of Strategic Planning

Tue 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Instructor: Mary Beth Burns Course ID: 5600120

The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity The barrage of information coming at us from multiple sources (texts, tweets, email and more) is overwhelming and distracting. The sheer volume of information threatens our individual and collective ability to think clearly and make wise decisions about what is important. Franklin Covey’s The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity. It will dramatically increase both personally and professionally. Supported by science and years of experience, The 5 Choices will facilitate a measurable increase in productivity, while providing a renewed sense of engagement and accomplishment. 1/10 BSC NECE, Room 101 Fee: $279

Wed 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM Instructor: Jason Matthews Course ID: 5600055

4/12 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $279

Thu 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Instructor: John Sandbakken Course ID: 5600055

5/2 BSC NECE, Room 103 Fee: $279

Wed 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM Instructor: Jason Matthews Course ID: 5600055

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INDEX 15 Minute Fusion Power......................... 7

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A Chinese New Year Celebration........... 6 Acrylic Painting for Beginners............... 3 Administrative Professionals Day.........14 Adobe Photoshop: Advanced Techniques and Portrait Retouching for Photography.............12 All About Outlook...................................16

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Make Meetings Effective Again............18 Make Your Own Infused Vodkas, Tinctures and Extract........................14 Mixing and Matching Generations in the Workplace................................18 Mom’s Comfort Food.............................. 6

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Fundamentals of Strategic Planning....19

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Basic Dance Steps................................12 Basics of Horse Care and Riding for Adults..................................................13 Beginning Access 2013.........................16 Beginning Excel 2013............................16 Beginning Excel 2016............................16 Beginning Leather Craft for All Ages................................................ 3 Beginning Sign Language.....................11 Belly Dance Basics................................12 Belly Dance Music and Movement.......12 Better Business Writing.........................17

Genealogy, Resources Using Technology.......................................... 9 German Beer, sehr gut!.........................14 Getting Published................................... 4 Getting Started in MS Word................... 3 Getting Started with Genealogy............ 9 Grandma Emma’s High Rise Kuchen.... 6

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Coaching for Peak Performance..........17 Communicating with Impact.................17 Cooking with Lamb (101)........................ 6 Country East Coast Swing Dance........12 Country Two-Step..................................13 Create a Baby Octopus: Crochet for a Cause........................................... 4 Creative Crochet: Dishcloths, Potholders, and More!........................ 4 Critical Thinking Training and Skills.....17 Crochet 101............................................. 4 Crops in Pots........................................... 9 Crucial Conversations...........................18

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Delegating with Purpose.......................18 Digital Photo: Hotshoe Flash Bootcamp...........................................13 Dinner in an Instant!................................ 6 Driving Change......................................17 DSLR Photography Bootcamp.............13

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Email Matters.......................................... 3 Essential Oils: Beyond the Basics......... 8 Essential Oils: Congestion, Allergies, Pollen & Winter Wellness.................... 8 Essential Oils: Women’s Health............. 8 Event Planning Basics...........................14

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Home Buying and Home Selling............ 9 How to Lose Weight and Keep It Off Permanently: A Coaching Opportunity... 8

Intermediate Excel 2016........................16 Internet Orientation: The Basics and Beyond.......................................... 3 Intro to Kickboxing! ............................... 7 Intro to Metalsmithing with a Micro Torch.................................................... 5 Intro to Photoshop for Photographers...13 Introduction to Basic Watercolor Painting................................................ 4 Introduction to Windows 10!.................. 3 ISPI Innovation Strength Preference Indicator..............................................16

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Keeping It in Balance: Digital File Management for Your Computer........ 3 Killer Presentations with Help from the Cloud.............................................16 Knitting for Beginners............................ 4 KnowBrainer...........................................18

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Leather Art - Creating Leather Feathers...4 Leather Art - Western Boot Jack........... 4 Let’s Speak Spanish..............................11 Life Realignment for a Career Transition............................................10

Passion for Life......................................14 Pawsitively Obedient.............................10 Pawsitively Puppy..................................10 Pilates Power Pyramid........................... 7 Pysanka Egg Decorating........................ 5

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Resolving Workplace Conflict...............18 Retirement Planning Today...................11

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Setting Goals and Reviewing Results................................................19 Situational Leadership Concepts.........19 Social Security Claiming Strategies.....11 Sock Knitting........................................... 5 Spinner Ring: Metalsmithing II (Intermediate)....................................... 5 Super Superbowl Foods......................... 6

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The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity........................................19 The Art of Sourdough............................. 6 The ART Welding...................................12 The Basics of Yoga................................. 7 The Essentials of Estate Planning........11 TheraBand Flow...................................... 8 True Colors.............................................17

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Warm Up to Wellness............................. 8 Watercolor Painting Projects for Kids... 5 Welding Essentials.................................13 When “IT” Happens in the Workplace-What Do I Do?.................17 Windows 10: The Next Level.................. 3 Wine Appreciation 101..........................10 Word to Your Brother - (How to Work with the Media).........................14 Write Your Novel..................................... 5 Write Your Sci-fi/Fantasy Masterpiece......................................... 5

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Administrative Professionals Day

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Will I receive a confirmation? If you register yourself online, you will receive an email confirmation within 24 hours. If you register by mail or call in, you will receive confirmation after we process your registration. Please review your confirmation, which will detail location, special supplies or material fees. What if I cannot attend a course as planned? If you need to withdraw or change your registration in a class, you must call our registration staff at (701) 224-5600 or (877) 846-9387 at least five (5) business days before the class starts. You will receive a refund according to the refund policy of that class and through the same method in which the class was paid. There are no refunds or transfers allowed if you notify us fewer than five days before the class starts. What is the refund/drop policy? Refunds granted at the participants’ request will incur a $20 processing fee per class to be deducted from the amount refunded. All refunds are made by mail unless paid with a credit card; in which case the card is credited. Please allow four weeks to process refunds. If cancellation is less than five (5) business day prior to the first session no refund is available. Full refunds are guaranteed if BSC Continuing Education and TrainND cancels a course. Can a class be canceled because of low enrollment? If we have to cancel a class due to low enrollment, we will notify you as soon as possible before the class is scheduled to begin. You will receive a full refund of your tuition or transfer to another course of your choice, space permitting. How do I know if a course is canceled? In the event a class must be canceled, participants will be notified prior to the start of the class. In case of inclement weather, please check local radio and television stations for class cancellation announcements.

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