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Continuing Education FALL 2013 Business & Entrepreneurial pg. 4

Workforce & Career Development pg. 6-7 Languages pg. 12-13

Business Professional

Finances pg. 9-10

Lifelong Learners

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Back cover

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Personal Enrichment pg. 8

Culinary & Spirits Certificate & pg. 8-9 Fast-Track Programs pg. 5

Fine Arts & Crafting pg. 10-11

Computers & Technology pg. 5-6, 8


Fall 2013

Continuing Education Class Schedule Personal and Professional Enrichment

Welcome to CCBC... Who Enrolls

Enrollment is limited. Please register early! Anyone 18 years of age or older is invited to enroll for adult classes. No previous background is required.

Non-Credit

Non-credit classes do NOT earn college credit. The registration deadline for classes beginning the week of September 9th is September 4th. For all other courses, you can register up until two weeks prior to the start date! REGISTRATION BEGINS MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 2013.

Books

In certain courses, the purchase of books or manuals is required for maximum benefit. Students may make these purchases at the College Bookstore or online at www. ccbc.bncollege.com.

Business Professional...................................4 Business & Entrepreneurial.......................................4 Certificate & Fast-Track Programs..........................5 Computers & Technology......................................5-6 Workforce & Career Development....................6-7 Ed2go & Gatlin Online Courses........... Back-cover Personal Enrichment...................................8 Computers & Technology..........................................8 Culinary & Spirits....................................................8-9 Finances.................................................................. 9-10 Fine Arts & Crafting........................................... 10-11 Fitness, Sports, & Recreation..................................11 Health, Alternative Health, & Wellness.................12 Home & Garden.......................................................12 Languages.............................................................12-13 Lifelong Learners......................................................13 Music & Dance..........................................................13 On The Road / Travel...............................................14 Special Interests..................................................14-15 Youth & Teens............................................................15

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To register by phone: 724-480-3575 • ccbc.edu • For course information: 724-480-3452


Continuing Education Registration Procedures: Register by mail

1. Complete one registration form for each person. 2. Attached a check or money order payable to “CCBC” for class tuition and lab fees if applicable. Write your telephone number on your check. PLEASE DO NOT MAIL CASH. 3. Mail the registration form and payment to: CCBC, Information & Registration Center 1 Campus Drive, Monaca, PA 15061-2588 4. Cancelled checks and money order stubs will serve as your receipt. If you do not hear from the College, consider yourself registered; if there is a problem, the office will contact you.

Register in Person or by Phone (limit to two people per call) 1. In Person Registration: Information & Registration Center 2. Phone Registration: 724-480-3575. Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. - 7 p.m., Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 3. Payment is due at the time of registration, Phone registration by credit cards only. • Note: If registering for others, please have home addresses, birth dates, and telephone number of applicants available. Registration and advance payments are required.

The registration deadline for classes beginning the week of September 9 is September 4. For all other course, you can register up until two weeks prior to the start date. REGISTRATION BEGINS Monday, August 5, 2013 Refund Policy

1. Refunds are available for pre-registered students under the following restrictions: a. 100% refund of tuition only, if written notification id received prior to the first class meeting.

b. 50% refund of the tuition only, if written notification is received prior to the second class meeting. Lab fees, which cover course material and technology costs, are non-refundable. No refunds after the second class meeting. Please allow 2-3 weeks for refund processing.

Senior Citizens

Tuition for PA resident students, age 65 years or older, will be waived for a majority of non-credit courses on a space available basis. Other costs (textbooks, lab fees, supplies, etc.) must be assumed by the individual.

Course Locations

All courses will be held on CCBC’s main campus (Monaca, PA) unless otherwise noted in the course description. Continuing Education classes do not earn college credit and are not listed on official college transcripts.

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Business & Entrepreneurial

Fall 2013

BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL

BUSINESS & ENTREPRENEURIAL

BUSINESS & ENTREPRENEURIAL Bookkeeping - Basics OCCP56401

$49 + $10 Lab

Individualized instruction is offered for first-timers as you learn about the variety of funders and how to match their project with the “right funder.” You’ll leave prepared to draft a grant proposal with an emphasis on the basics of every grant: the statement of need, a project description, development of your goals and objectives, a realistic timeline for implementation, and a budget narrative. Lunch included. 6 Hours. Fri., 9/20, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. STC, Room 4023.

E-Mail Marketing OCCP45301

$30 + $10 Lab

Writing Successful Grants & Proposals (Non-Profits) - Level 2 OCCP06701 $70 + $25 Lab

Learn about accounting concepts, setting up a bookkeeping system, the balance sheet, the income statement, and the cash flow statement. 10 Hours-5 Weeks. Tues., 9/10-10/8, 6-8 p.m. STC, Room 4103.

Hands-on class learning the practical aspects of selling via e-mail and the Internet. 3 Hours. Tues., 10/29, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4003.

Franchising - Intro OCCP52701

$25 + $10 Lab

Low Cost Advertising OCCP55301

$30 + $10 Lab

Learn everything you’ll need to know to decide if franchising is for you. 2 Hours. Mon., 9/30, 6-8 p.m. STC, Room 4003.

Topics include: different media types and advantages/disadvantages of each; costs, the advertising budget, and selection of media appropriate for your market; and the creation of your promotional message. 3 Hours. Tues., 11/12, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4003.

Pricing Your Product or Service OCCP54501

$30 + $10 Lab

Sales Forecasting OCCP55401

$25 + $10 Lab

Understand how to maximize your profit by optimizing the price of your product/service. 3 Hours. Tues., 11/5, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4003.

Learn how to understand research sales figures and how to gather data for your industry and business to become more competitive and profit-driven. 2 Hours. Mon., 10/28, 6-8 p.m. STC, Room 4023.

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Setting Up a Payroll in Pennsylvania OCCP56701 $28 + $5 Lab

Learn how to set up and maintain a payroll system in compliance with Federal, PA, and local requirements. The course covers legal issues, record keeping, and required reporting forms. 2 Hours. Tue., 11/19, 6-8 p.m. STC, Room 4102.

Understanding Financial Statements OCCP04601 $30 + $10 Lab

Learn how to use a financial statement in your business in order to help you make better decisions about your own business. 3 Hours. Mon., 10/21, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4023.

Work from Home as a Medical Transcriptionist OCCP19501 $12 + $25 Lab

Learn how you can work as a medical scribe, medical transcriptionist or medical biller/coder; how to perform medical transcription simply and cost-effectively; and how to avoid expensive mistakes. You’ll learn about marketing your business easily, operating capital and grants, and pricing and collections. Workbook is available for $20, payable to instructor. 3 Hours. Thurs., 10/17, 6:30-9:30 p.m. STC, Room 4103.

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Writing Successful Grants & Proposals (Non-Profits) - Level 1 OCCP01601 $70 + $25 Lab

Building on your past experiences, you’ll receive one-on-one and small group instruction in the development of a competitive grant application and cultivation of potential foundation and corporate donors. Internet resources will be fully explored. Past experience in developing a grant proposal is recommended and a working knowledge of computers, Microsoft Word, and Excel is required. Lunch included. 6 Hours. Fri., 10/4, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. STC, Room 4023.

Fall Series for Future/New Business Owners Starting Your Own Small Business OCCP38001 $79 + $15 Lab

Learn what you need to know before you decide whether or not to start a new business. 9 Hours-3 Weeks. Tues., 9/10-9/24, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4102.

Raising Capital & Getting Help for Your Small Business OCCP45101 $30 + $10 Lab

Find out who has the money you need and how to wrestle it away from them! You’ll also learn how to obtain government loans, grant money, and how to deal with venture capitalists and angels. 3 Hours. Tues., 10/1, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4102.

Marketing on a Shoestring Budget OCCP04001 $40 + $10 Lab

There are many ways to market without a large budget. Learn strategies to expand your market but not your cash expenditures. 4 Hours-2 Weeks. Tues., 10/8-10/15, 6-8 p.m. STC, Room 4102.

Selling for Results OCCP45201

$30 + $10 Lab

Writing a Winning Business Plan OCCP20001

$59 + $10 Lab

The most important sales tools in your kit…how to prospect, develop a sincere sales presentation, handle objections, and follow up. 3 Hours. Tues., 10/22, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4102.

Without a roadmap, how will you know if and when you have you reached your destination? Learn the crucial elements in every successful business plan and get help writing yours! 6 Hours-3 Weeks. Mon., 11/4-11/18, 6-8 p.m. STC, Room 4023.

To register by phone: 724-480-3575 • ccbc.edu • For course information: 724-480-3452


Certificate/FAST-TRACK - Computers & Technology

Fall 2013

QuickBooks 2012 - Reports OCCP43501

$59 + $15 Lab

QuickBooks 2012 - Payroll OCCP39101

$59 + $15 Lab

Website Design - Beginners OCCP01201

$85 + $25 Lab

Medical Billing and Coding + Medical Terminology Certificate $1,995

Website Design - Intermediate OCCP52801

$59 + $20 Lab

Medical Transcription + Medical Terminology $1,995

Microsoft Access 2010 OCCP20101

CERTIFICATE & FAST-TRACK PROGRAMS Tuition waivers are not available for certificate programs. CompTIA’s A+ Certification OCCP06501

$1,995 + $300 Lab

Students will learn the components of a personal computer, how to install an operating system, and peripheral devices. Networks and security will be introduced along with some communication and professionalism discussions. Students will cover skills such as installation, building, upgrading, repairing, configuring, troubleshooting, optimizing, diagnosing and preventive maintenance. This certification requires students to pass two supervised tests. Lab fee includes book and a tool kit. Prereq: knowledge of Windows operating system, Internet usage, and file management. 70 Hours-10 Weeks. Sat., 9/14-11/16, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121B.

Prepare for a position as a medical coding and billing professional in physician offices and medical/billing agencies. You’ll learn to apply proper terminology and spelling for major pathological conditions. Students will be eligible to register, prepare, and take the National Healthcareer Association (NHA)’s Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) certification exam. 300 Hours. Visit www.gatlineducation.com/ccbc.

Start a new career as a medical transcriptionist. To work in this field, you need to understand and correctly spell medical terms. This program includes your transcription equipment, all materials, and complete medical transcription training. Your transcription equipment and all materials are included. 300 Hours. Visit www.gatlineducation.com/ccbc.

Women in Transition: New Choices Career Development Services

Are you a woman in transition? Are you a displaced homemaker or dislocated worker seeking employment or a career change? Call (412) 742-4362 to see if you qualify for this free program in: • Basic & Advanced Computer Instruction • Career Counseling Program will start in the fall and you can visit www.pawomenwork.org for more information and start dates.

COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY Social Media Marketing - Advanced OCCP55701 $30 + $10 Lab

Learn to connect more effectively with customers, uncover new prospects, build brand loyalty, determine if your marketing efforts are working, and maintain profitable business relationships using social media. 3 Hours. Mon., 10/14, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4022.

QuickBooks 2012 - Intro OCCP04701

$125 + $30 Lab

Learn how to set up your books, enter data, and create transactions. Prereq: knowledge of Windows and accounting concepts. 9 Hours-3 Weeks. Wed., 9/18-10/2, 6:30-9:30 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121A.

Focus on how to create reports, modify existing reports, and “memorize” a report for use later. Learn preset Reports that are built into QuickBooks. Prereq: QuickBooks Intro class or expertise with QuickBooks and accounting practices. 3 Hours. Wed., 10/9, 6:30-9:30 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121A.

Learn how to use the payroll module effectively, set up an employee, and print paychecks. Prereq: QuickBooks Intro class or expertise with QuickBooks and accounting practices. 3 Hours. Wed., 10/16, 6:30-9:30 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121A.

Learn how to register a domain name, find website hosting, learn about content development, and complete homework that will enable you to create your website. 12.5 Hours-5 Weeks. Tues, 9/10-10/8, 6:30-9 p.m. STC, Room 4022.

This class is designed for individuals who are in the process of creating or updating a website or have some overall knowledge of how to create websites. Learn more sophisticated techniques such as search engine optimization, web analytics, and social networking. 7.5 Hours-3 Weeks. Tues, 10/8-10/22, 6:30-9 p.m. STC, Room 4022.

SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS $130 + $45 Lab

This course focuses on an introduction to the foundational concepts of database design, including tables, queries, reports, and forms, and will include hands-on practice. Prereq: Must have basic computer skills and be familiar with Excel. 12 Hours-4 Weeks. Wed., 11/6-11/27, 6:30-9:30 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121A.

Microsoft Excel 2010 - Intro OCCP02401

$90 + $25 Lab

Learn Excel 2010 basics: using the Ribbon interface, creating and editing a worksheet, utilizing automated formats, creating an impact with charts, using formulas and functions, formatting worksheets, and more! Textbook can be purchased from CCBC bookstore for first class. 12.5 Hours-5 Weeks. Thurs, 9/12-10/10, 6-8:30 p.m. STC, Room 4023.

Microsoft Excel 2010 - Intermediate OCCP02501 $90 + $25 Lab

Designed for students who have a basic knowledge of Excel, this course teaches advanced features such as working with large worksheets and workbooks, linking cells and formulas, tables, outlines, filters, graphics, templates, and more! Textbook can be purchased from CCBC bookstore for first class. 12.5 Hours-5 Weeks. Thurs., 10/17-11/21 (no class 10/31), 6-8:30 p.m. STC, Room 4023.

Microsoft Word 2010 - Intro OCCP13301

$90 + $25 Lab

This beginner’s course includes identifying all parts of the Word screen and the toolbar buttons; creating, opening, and saving documents; cutting and pasting; using spelling and grammar check; selecting and printing documents; formatting documents and text; and using menus, toolbars, and keyboard shortcuts. Prereq: Intro to Computers and/or proficiency with keyboard/ mouse. Textbook can be purchased from CCBC bookstore for first class. 12.5 Hours-5 Weeks. Wed., 9/11-10/9, 6-8:30 p.m. STC, Room 4022.

To register by phone: 724-480-3575 • ccbc.edu • For course information: 724-480-3452

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Computers & Technology - Workforce & Career Development Microsoft Word 2010 - Intermediate OCCP03101 $90 + $25 Lab

Introduces students to: using graphics, tabs, and tables; creating tables and charts; inserting graphics; using text wrapping; inserting and modifying text boxes; creating mailing labels and mail merges; adding borders; and more. Prereq: Intro to Computers and/or proficiency with keyboard/mouse. Textbook can be purchased from CCBC bookstore for first class. 12.5 Hours-5 Weeks. Wed., 10/16-11/13, 6-8:30 p.m. STC, Room 4022.

MICROSOFT OFFICE ONE-DAY SEMINARS ALL One-Day Seminars held at the Aviation Sciences Center (ASC) in Chippewa using Office 2010. Excel: Quickstart OCCP24301

$49 + $15 Lab

Excel: Formulas & Functions OCCP24601

$49+ $15 Lab

Learn basic Excel skills such as navigation, spreadsheet design, intro to formulas and functions, editing techniques, using multiple worksheets, and basic charting. 3 Hours. Fri., 9/6, 1:30-4:30 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121A.

Learn the mathematical aspects of Excel and how to create effective equations and error-free functions. 3 Hours. Fri., 9/13, 1:30-4:30 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121A.

Excel: Database Techniques OCCP24401

$49 + $15 Lab

Learn list management and database features, such as sorting, filtering, and creating reports. You’ll learn to identify the correct structure for an Excel database, design a simple database, and manage data using sorting and filtering techniques. 3 Hours. Fri., 9/20, 1:30-4:30 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121A.

Excel: Interactive Forms OCCP24501

$49 + $15 Lab

Excel: Pivot Tables OCCP38601

$49 + $15 Lab

Create reusable, interactive forms in Excel for expense reports and spec sheets. Participants will learn about creating reusable interactive forms such as check boxes, radio buttons, and drop-down lists. 3 Hours. Fri., 9/27, 1:30-4:30 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121A.

Along with pivot tables and macro features, this seminar focuses on the tools Excel provides for manipulating data using sorts, filters, outlines, subtotals, pivot tables, and pivot charts. An introduction to macros will be provided. 3 Hours. Fri., 10/4, 1:30-4:30 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121A.

Excel: Advanced Tips & Tricks OCCP55901

$49 + $15 Lab

PowerPoint in a Day OCCP02601

$99 + $15 Lab

Word: Quickstart OCCP03001

$49 + $15 Lab

Learn to customize Excel to the way you work; work with styles and templates; link files; consolidate worksheets; work with multiple pages in a workbook; “3D” math; the IF, LOOKUP, and IF ERROR functions; nesting functions; error handling and auditing; and pivot charts. 3 Hours. Fri., 10/11, 1:30-4:30 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121A.

You will be the hit of the office after you learn how to create a presentation from start to finish, including sound/motion and custom designs for your presentations. 6 Hours. Fri., 10/18, 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121A.

Word: Merges & Mail Labels OCCP25001

Fall 2013 $49 + $15 Lab

Save valuable time by producing mail merges for mass mailings and for creating mailing labels. 3 Hours. Fri., 11/1, 1:30-4:30 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121A.

LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINARS - ONLINE CLASSES

To receive your password for your webinar, you must supply your email address upon registration. Contact www.jamesfarnham.com before registering to insure computer compatibility. James Farnham, MBA, MS, has over 20 years experience in insurance/financial services and home-based business development.

20 Ways to Earn Residual Income

$19 + $20 Lab

Pinpoint over twenty specific ways to earn consistent, dependable, ongoing and reliable income from: stocks, bonds, mutual funds, mortgages and insurance; e-publishing, internet, webinars, opt-in marketing, and homebased businesses. 2 Hours. Sat., 9-11 a.m. ONLI41401 9/7 ONLI41403 10/26 ONLI41405 12/14 ONLI41402 10/5 ONLI41404 11/16

How to Build a Fun & Profitable Home-Based Business $19 + $20 Lab

Improve your personal business by learning: tangible activities you can initiate to secure new customers, increase visibility, and grow your income. Learn skills that will lay out what it takes to make more money! 2 Hours. Sat., 12-2 p.m. ONLI04801 9/7 ONLI04803 10/26 ONLI04805 12/14 ONLI04802 10/5 ONLI04804 11/16

Get It Done! Financial Wellness ONLI41501

$19 + $20 Lab

This nuts & bolts course covers three specific areas: improving your current financial situation, debt management, and financial preparation for the future. Learn hard-hitting strategies you can use to improve your life! 2 Hours. Sat., 3-5 p.m. ONLI44801 9/7 ONLI44803 10/26 ONLI44805 12/14 ONLI44802 10/5 ONLI44804 11/16

WORKFORCE & CAREER DEVELOPMENT CCBC has been delivering training to neighboring businesses for over 30 years. Our team can design and develop customized training that is specific to your company’s training needs and deliver that training right to your door. We can schedule classes convenient to your staff at any of our three locations in Monaca, Chippewa, or Cannonsburg, PA. For more information, contact our Workforce Division at 724-480-3448. No Senior Waivers.

GHS (Globally Harmonized System) OCCP56601

Pick up the basics and others will think you’ve been using Word for years! 3 Hours. Fri, 10/25, 1:30-4:30 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121A.

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$59

By December 1, 2013, employers must train employees on the new label elements and safety data sheet (SDS) format. Participants will learn how OSHA’s revised Hazard Communication Standard has changed, mandatory compliance dates, the new SDS format, revised hazard classifications, benefits and financial impact of the new system, and implementation recommendations. EARLY BIRD SPECIAL of $49 if you register by 9/20. 3 Hours. Fri., 9/27, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. LRC, Room 9111.

To register by phone: 724-480-3575 • ccbc.edu • For course information: 724-480-3452


Workforce & Career Development GIS Mapping Certificate Program OCCP47301 $1,100 + $40 Lab

The GIS (Geographic Information System) program develops the skills needed to understand and utilize ESRI’s ArcGIS 10.1 software and introduces GIS concepts including data structures and sources of data, GIS tools, supplications, and resources. Students obtain skills to attain an entry level GIS Technician position in the fields of: Civil Engineering, Conservation, Criminal Justice, Defense/Intelligence, Economic Development, Local Government, and the Marcellus Shale industry. Required textbook can be purchased from CCBC bookstore for first class. 30 Hours-10 Weeks. Tues., 9/10-11/12, 6:30-9:30 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121B.

OSHA 10 Hour General Industry OCCP35601 $219 + $25 Lab

Designed for workers in health care, manufacturing, warehousing, distribution, and retail, this 10-hour, 2-day course is intended to provide an entry level worker’s general awareness on recognizing and preventing hazards in a general industry setting. Topics include OSHA, walking and working surfaces, emergency action plans, hazardous materials, personal protective equipment, machine guarding safety, electrical safety, hazard communication, hazardous substances and industrial hygiene, and more. Certificates issued after course completion. 10 Hours-2 Days. Thurs. & Fri., 10/3-10/4, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. HSC, Room 6005.

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OSHA 5810 OCCP57001

$171 + $579 Lab

Hazards Recognition and Standards for On-Shore Oil and Gas Exploration and Production provides essential information for employees and employers to protect themselves by developing the knowledge and skills to anticipate, recognize, evaluate and control hazards common to the onshore oil and gas exploration and production industry. This includes work sites associated with the on-shore exploration and production in the oil and gas industry. This course is intended for employees and employers engaged in all phases of on-shore oil and gas exploration and production. 36 Hours. Mon.-Thurs., 11/11-11/14, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. STC, Room 4131.

Personal Trainer National Certification OCCP56801 $165 + $534 Lab

Come join this exciting profession and be a part of what Fortune Magazine & ABC NEWS.com states as the 4th hottest job in the U.S. (with a national average of $34 an hour)! Whether a career move or for your own personal knowledge, get all the information you need to become a Certified Personal Trainer. The National Exam is held on the 9th week. Students who pass both exams are eligible for the 30-hour internship that is required for certification; many graduates go right into their first job in the fitness field. CPR/AED certification is required upon completion of the program in order to receive the W.I.T.S. Personal Trainer certification. Student must make separate arrangements for this requirement. Required textbook can be purchased at CCBC bookstore before first class. 36 Hours-9 Weeks. Sat., 9/28-11/23, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. (1 hour break), 9-11 a.m. theory class meets at HSC, Room 6115; 12-2 p.m. practicum class meets at the Beaver County YMCA, 2236 3rd Ave., New Brighton. For more details visit www.witseducation.com/certifications/ptcert. htm. Free orientation session held on Sat., 9/14 from 10-11 a.m., HSC, Room 6115. Email diane.loverich@ccbc.edu to register for the orientation session. No refunds once class begins.

Safeland USA

$239 + $65 Lab

The PEC Basic Orientation SafeLand USA industry-accepted safety awareness course provides a general understanding of safety issues in the oil and gas industry. The picture ID that is issued to successful completers is required by many companies for individuals who enter oil and gas facilities. This one-day program provides an awareness of general safety information including: Confined Spaces, Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), Lockout/Tagout, Fall Protection, Hazmat (HM 126), Hazardous Communications, Personal Protective Equipment, Emergency Response, Welding Safety, Defensive Driving, HAZWOPER Awareness, Fire Protection & Extinguishers, Forklift Safety, Cranes & Rigging, Electrical Safety, Back Safety, and Alcohol and Substance Abuse Awareness. Please bring lunch. 10 Hours. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. LRC, Room 9110. OCCP56901 Fri., 9/20 OCCP56902 Sat., 10/26

Fall 2013 CASINO MANAGEMENT & TABLE GAMES All gaming classes are held at CCBC’s Washington County Center, Bailey Center I, 125 Technology Drive, Suite 004, Canonsburg, PA 15317

You can now earn a Casino Management Associate of Applied Science Degree at CCBC! The Casino Management degree program is designed to prepare students to move into managerial positions in the casino industry. For degree completion, the student must have been employed a minimum of 500 hours as a dealer in the casino industry and must have licenses to deal at least three casino table games. Graduates will be trained for entry level positions or advancement within the industry such as Pit Manager, Casino Floor Manager,Table Game Supervisor, or Shift Supervisor. For more information on this new degree, please contact deborah.micheals@ccbc.edu. LEARN IF THIS PROFESSION MIGHT BE FOR YOU by enrolling in Table Games Dealer classes at our Washington County Center including Introduction to Gaming, Blackjack, Poker, Craps, Baccarat, and Roulette. Attention First Time Students. “Introduction to Gaming” is a prerequisite for inexperienced students. You can only register for table games classes if you have completed or are scheduled for “Introduction to Gaming” first. For information on additional classes, more detailed information, current schedule, or entry level requirements, contact our Washington County Center location at Southpointe @ 724-480-3581.

Introduction to Gaming GAMI007-01

$175 + $5 Lab

This 32-hour course will cover the basics of working in a casino atmosphere. Learn chip handling techniques, chip color value, value of a bet, and pit procedures. You’ll also learn the roles of each position in the casino chain of command and an introduction to Pennsylvania Table Games Regulations. Additional topics covered include customer service, conflict resolution, time and self-management, dealing with difficult people, CPR training, and more. This course is a prerequisite for other dealer training courses. Classes held Mon.-Thurs., 10/7-10/17, 6-10 p.m.

Blackjack and Banked Card Games GAMI010-01 $765 + $50 Lab

This class focuses on the fundamentals of dealing Blackjack with an emphasis on card totaling, chip handling, cutting, card shuffling, and card placement. You will also learn carnival games such as 3-Card Poker, 4-Card Poker, Let It Ride, and an introduction to Pennsylvania Table Games is included. Special attention will be given to game and accounting procedures, accuracy, and speed. 120 hours. Classes held Mon.-Thurs., 9/23-11/12, 6-10 p.m.

Roulette GAMI003-01

$520+$50 Lab

Learn the fundamentals of dealing Roulette with an emphasis on accurate and quick mental computations, cheque handling, memorization of wheel and table layouts, procedures, game speed, and accuracy in clearing the table. 80 hours. Classes held Mon-Thurs., 11/4-12/10, 6-10 p.m. (No class 11/27 and 11/28)

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES TRAINING CENTER

PA Department of Health Certification Courses In: EMERGENCY MEDICAL RESPONDER EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN - BASIC PARAMEDIC BASIC VEHICLE RESCUE TECHNICIAN

• Fully Accredited EMS Training Facility • Dedicated Classroom & Equipment • Continuing Education for all Levels of EMS Provider • First Aid, BCLS, & AED Training for Industrial Responders • OSHA Bloodborne & Airborne Pathogen Programs • For more information, call 724-480-3530 or e-mail ems@ccbc.edu

To register by phone: 724-480-3575 • ccbc.edu • For course information: 724-480-3452

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Computers & Technology - Culinary & Spirits

Fall 2013

PERSONAL ENRICHMENT COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY SOCIAL MEDIA

Facebook - Intro RECR06501

$30 + $10 Lab

The “Face” has changed! Learn what you can do to get and stay connected. Participants must have an online e-mail account prior to attending class. Please bring an electronic photograph of self. 3 Hours. Mon., 9/16, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4022.

Getting to Know “The Cloud” RECR40401

$55 + $10 Lab

Discover the free tools for utilizing the power of anytime/anywhere technology. This class is for introductory or intermediate computer users. 10 Hours-4 Weeks. Mon., 9/9-9/30, 6-8:30 p.m. STC, Room 4020.

Twitter - Intro RECR32901

$30 + $10 Lab

Learn how to utilize this quick and efficient way of communicating. Participants must have an email account prior to attending class. 3 Hours. Mon., 10/7, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4022.

i ACADEMY

iPad RECR40001

$85 + $15 Lab

Learn general usage, functions, apps, setup, and troubleshooting of an Apple iPad, as well as how to set up an iCloud account, work Emails, and download/use everyday apps. Please bring iPad. 8 Hours-4 Weeks. Mon., 9/16- 10/7, 6:30-8:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6104.

iPhone RECR40301

$26 + $5 Lab

If you are only using your phone to call, text, and use the Internet, you need to sign up for this class! Please bring iPhone to class. 4 Hours-2 Weeks. Mon.,10/14-10/21, 6:30-8:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6104.

iPod Touch RECR40201

$26 + $5 Lab

You will not regret taking this class, even if you’ve owned your iPod for months. It’s capable of much more than you realize! Please bring your iPod. 4 Hours-2 Weeks. Mon., 10/28-11/4, 6:30-8:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6104.

INTRODUCTORY

Computers (Intro) - Your First Step OCCP00901 $65 + $40 Lab

For first-time users, learn to: use a mouse and keyboard, understand how a computer works, and learn basic computer skills. This is recommended before taking Computer Basics 101 for Home & Office. 9 Hours-3 Weeks. Wed., 9/11-9/25, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4022.

Computer Basics 101 for Home & Office OCCP40801 $115 + $50 Lab

Learn to create/use desktop icons and task bars and customize your PC by using the Control Panel. File management techniques using Windows Explorer followed by a review of basic Internet and e-mail usage will be covered. 18 Hours-6 Weeks. Wed., 10/9-11/13, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4022.

eBay - Learn to Buy and Sell RECR12502

$45 + $10 Lab

Where Did I Put My File? OCCP47901

$49 + $20 Lab

How much time have you wasted at work or at home looking for files? Never get caught in that trap again. 3 Hours. Mon., 9/9, 6:30-9:30 p.m. ASC (Chippewa), Room 121A.

INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCED

How to Maintain Your PC with Windows 7 OCCP04401 $49 + $15 Lab

Use Windows 7 to protect your information while keeping your system tidy and running at peak performance. Students must be proficient with file management. 3 Hours. Mon., 9/16, 6:30-9:30 p.m. ASC, (Chippewa), Room 121A.

CULINARY & SPIRITS New Location! Classes held at Central Valley High School, 160 Baker Rd. Ext., Monaca, will be conducted in the Home Economics Room (South – D201). Turn right at the main entrance and enter the Central Administration doors. D201 is the first room on the left. Use front parking lot or lot to the right (across from the baseball field).

Cake Decorating - Basic RECR00401

$45

Cake Design - Flowers RECR15301

$45

Cake Design - Gum Paste & Fondant RECR27301

$45

In this revamped Wilton Method Course, you’ll learn how to bake a great cake, make and color icing, and learn the best way to ice the cake. You’ll learn to create icing drop flowers, rosettes, shells, pompom flowers, leaves, shaggy mums, and the ribbon rose. Required text can be purchased from the instructor for $5 at the first class. 8 Hours-4 Weeks. Mon., 9/9-9/30, 6:30-8:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6114.

Create breathtaking icing flowers such as pansies, lilies, and the famous Wilton Rose. Discover the secrets of arranging them in a beautifully balanced cake-top bouquet. Required text can be purchased from the instructor for $5 at the first class. Please email shirley.a.bruce@ hotmail.com for supplies list before first class. 8 Hours-4 Weeks. Mon., 10/7-10/28, 6:30-8:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6114.

Discover one of the most exciting ways to decorate a cake as you create amazing hand shaped flowers, beautiful borders, and bold accents using these easy-to-shape icings. Required text can be purchased from the instructor for $5 at the first class. Please email shirley.a.bruce@hotmail. com for supplies list before first class. 8 Hours-4 Weeks. Mon., 11/4-11/25, 6:30-8:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6114.

New Christmas Cookie Decorating with Royal Icing RECR05601

Make some extra money by selling some of your collectibles that you no longer want or need. You’ll learn the most important techniques for grabbing your customers’ attention! 5 Hours-2 Weeks. Wed., 10/9-10/16, 6:30-9 p.m. STC, Room 4003.

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$35

Learn how to bake and decorate perfect sugar cookies for the upcoming holiday season. You’ll learn about necessary equipment, how to make and color royal icing like a pro, and techniques for embellishing. First class will be discussion; second class will be hands-on. 4 Hours-2 Weeks. Thurs., 10/17-10/24, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Central Valley High School Home Ec. Room, D201.

To register by phone: 724-480-3575 • ccbc.edu • For course information: 724-480-3452


Culinary & Spirits - Finances

New Christmas Fruit Torte

RECR05901

Fall 2013

$20 + $20 Lab

Learn how to make homemade crust to create a delectable torte using raspberry, apricot, lemon, and apple fillings mixed with an assortment of your favorite nuts. 3 Hours. Mon., 12/2, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Central Valley High School Home Ec. Room, D201.

New Deep Fried Honey Balls RECR11201

$20 + $15 Lab

Sweet fried puffs of dough coated with honey - great for Christmas or just to have around the house! Not hard to make; just hard to quit eating! 3 Hours. Mon., 11/11, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Central Valley High School Home Ec. Room, D201.

New Fall Harvest Gourmet & BYOB RECR24901

$20 + $20 Lab

Learn how to prepare those flavorful end-of-summer veggies with chicken and beef over the grill to create some excellent fall dishes. Bring a bottle of your favorite beverage (alcoholic or non-alcoholic)! 3 Hours. Thurs., 9/19, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Wonderfood Catering, 2697 Brodhead Rd. (next to Subway), Aliquippa. Call 724-203-0967 for directions.

New Hummus & Spicy Roasted Pita Chips RECR11301

$20 + $15 Lab

This dip and chips duo offers a unique twist to the usual fare served at football and holiday parties. Easy to make and healthy for you! 3 Hours. Mon., 9/16, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Central Valley High School Home Ec. Room, D201.

Perfect Pumpkin Pie RECR26001

$20 + $15 Lab

Your Le Cordon Bleu trained chef will teach you techniques to achieve a faultless pie crust in addition to making a pumpkin pie from fresh roasted garden pumpkins. Please bring rolling pin. 3 Hours. Tues., 11/5, 6-9 p.m. Central Valley High School, Home Ec. Room D201.

New Pita Sandwiches

RECR00501

$20 + $20 Lab

Nutritious, low in cholesterol, and a convenient snack for all who love chickpeas, beans, and tahini-based sauces. Aka falafel, these delicious treats can be wrapped in flatbreads or made into balls and eaten as a snack or as part of a meal. 3 Hours. Mon., 10/7, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Central Valley High School Home Ec. Room, D201.

Polish Pierogis RECR01501

RECR13201

RECR32401

$20 + $15 Lab

If you like meat grape leaves, you’ll love this healthier version of grape leaves. The secret is in the preparation of the leaves! 3 Hours. Mon., 9/30, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Central Valley High School Home Ec. Room, D201.

FALL 2013 WINE SIPPING SOCIAL SERIES Classes meet at 1810 Tavern 234 Bridge St, Bridgewater,Tuesdays, 7-8:30 p.m.

Wine 101 – Chocolate Extravaganza RECR15101 $10 + $30 Lab

The world’s two best items…Artisan handmade chocolates and wines to make your mind, body & soul go ahhh! 9/24

Wine 102 – The Essence of Wine RECR15102

$10 + $30 Lab

Wine 103 – Riedel Glassware RECR15103

$10 + $30 Lab

Wine Series Discounted Special RECR15104

$30 + $75 Lab

This class will show just how much your senses of smell & taste can influence the nuances of wine. 10/22

Experience the world’s best grape varietal specific glassware. 11/19

Take three classes and save $15 for attending all sessions!

HOME BREW SERIES Beer Sampling & Pairing RECR41301

$20 + $6 Lab

Home Brewing - Intro RECR39001

$20 + $6 Lab

Sample 12 styles of beer while you discover what the ingredients in the beer mean to your taste buds and sense of smell. Learn how to conduct tastings in your own home with friends and family and find out what types of food pairs best with each style of beer. 2 Hours. Tues., 10/8, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Beaver Brewing Co., 1820 7Th Ave., Beaver Falls.

Learn how to brew and taste beer from a professional brewer. Class will include step-by-step process on how to brew your own beer at home using all natural grains. It will include a tasting of a variety of beers so you can learn what flavors different hops, malts, and yeast produce. 3 Hours. Tues., 10/22, 6-9 p.m. Beaver Brewing Co., 1820 7Th Ave., Beaver Falls.

$20 + $10 Lab

Make pierogis from scratch using an old Polish recipe that has been perfected over the years. Sign up now - this class is always sold out! Please bring a rolling pin and small container to class. 3 Hours. Wed., 11/6, 6-9 p.m. Central Valley High School, Home Ec. Room D201.

New Rice Pilaf & Lemon Chicken

NewVeggie Grape Leaves

$20 + $20 Lab

Create a perfect light and fluffy rice pilaf to accompany an exquisite lemon chicken that will melt in your mouth! This quick meal goes with any fresh vegetable! 3 Hours. Mon., 10/28, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Central Valley High School Home Ec. Room, D201.

FINANCES For Women Only - Taking Control of Your Finances RECR13801 $25 + $10 Lab

Women looking to take control of their financial future can learn common financial terms, how to organize your finances, and simple strategies to meet your financial goals. Gain confidence and knowledge so you’ll never feel intimidated again! Your instructor was named one of Pittsburgh Magazine’s 5 Star Wealth Managers for the last 3 years! 4 Hours-2 Weeks. Tues.,10/8-10/15, 6:30-8:30 p.m. CEC, Room 2202.

To register by phone: 724-480-3575 • ccbc.edu • For course information: 724-480-3452

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Finances - Fine Arts & Crafting Learn to Love to Invest RECR01201

Fall 2013 $52 + $10 Lab

Learn how even a small amount of money can help you become financially secure. Topics include: investment basics dealing with risk and reward; income producing investments; the stock market, securities, mutual funds, and money management; investment vehicles; and modern portfolio theory to position your assets. 12 Hours-6 Weeks. Tues., 10/15-11/19, 6:30-8:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6114.

Estate Planning Basics RECR01301

$35 +$5 Lab

Start an estate plan by reviewing wills, intestacy, probate, custody and protection of children, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills and health care directives. Learn: What happens if I die without a will? Who will take custody of my children? What is probate? How much does probate cost? How long does probate take? What are the costs of estate and inheritance taxes? Do I need a POA? What is a living will? Do I need a trust? 2 Hours. Tues., 9/10, 6:30-8:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6005.

Estate Planning & Elder Law RECR01601

$35 + $5 Lab

Designed for those 55 years+ or for children concerned about their parents. Topics include: traditional estate planning vs. living trusts, Medicare & Medicaid, long-term care, Powers of Attorney, guardianships, gifting, jointly owned bank accounts, and inheritance taxes. You will cover such questions as: How can I avoid probate? Should I put my child’s name on my deed? How do I set up a trust? What is the difference between Medicare and Medicaid? How does long-term care insurance work? What happens if I go to a nursing home? 2 Hours. Tues., 10/8, 6:30-8:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6005.

FINE ARTS & CRAFTING Autumn Landscapes with Oils RECR37701

$62

Work with oil paints to create a fall landscape using perspective and proportion. Weather permitting, students will venture outside for a portion of the class. Materials needed: large canvas or canvas board, palette, oil paints (white, yellow, red, blue, green, orange, purple, brown at the minimum), palette, brushes, linseed oil, turpentine, container, and rags. 12 Hours-6 Weeks. Wed., 9/11-10/16, 6-8 p.m. VFC, Room 3005.

Calligraphy RECR37201

$80

Experienced or not, learn the basics of the Italic lettering style. Students receive an introductory packet that includes an automatic calligraphy pen, paper, and step-by-step written instructions to use for self-study. Supplies can be purchased from the instructor at the first class. The cost is $10 for those who have previously attended and $25 for new students. 18 Hours-6 Weeks. Sat., 9/14-11/2, (no class 10/12 & 10/19) 10 a.m.-1 p.m., CEC, Room 2203.

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Jewelry Silversmith Workshop RECR26801 $115 + $65 Lab

Designed for anyone with an interest in jewelry making. Soldering will be used in this course and you will learn to use the tools of the trade, plus make two silver projects! 24 Hours- 8 Weeks. Sat., 9/14-11/2, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. VFC, Room 3010.

Repurposing & Design RECR43301

$45 + $25 Lab

Use your imagination and untapped sense of design to create interesting and unique decorative items from what you already own. Learn to develop a creative eye for function and beauty through repurposing pieces that have outgrown their usefulness. Lab includes supplies for project. 8 Hours-4 Weeks. Tues., 10/8-10/29, 6:30-8:30 p.m. STC, Room 4004.

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Stained Glass - Intro RECR04501

$65 + $30 Lab

Create beautiful works by learning design theory, pattern making, glass cutting, copper foil work, and soldering (sun catchers and stained glass panels). Instructor’s tools available. No Senior Waivers. 8 Hours-4 Weeks. Tues., 9/17-10/8, 6:30-8:30 p.m. VFC, Room 3010.

Stained Glass - Intermediate RECR04601

$100

Learn more advanced projects while working at your own skill level. Bring to class: glasscutter, breaker/grozer pliers, running pliers, soldering iron & stand, safety glasses, plywood board big enough for your project, glass, copper foil, flux, and solder. Grinders are provided. Glass available for purchase at first class. No Senior Waivers. 15 Hours-6 Weeks. Tues., 10/15-11/19, 6:30-9 p.m. VFC, Room 3010.

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Photography & Photoshop

Lightroom (Adobe) for Photographers RECR44601 $95 + $25 Lab

Learn how to use Lightroom to organize and improve digital photographs. This fast-paced course is for the technically savvy. From simple one-click adjustments to advanced controls, your photos will be corrected and easy to find. Taught by an award winning photographer and Adobe Certified Expert,www.weddingsbyheather.com. Please bring a lunch. 6 Hours. Sat., 11/2, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. STC, Room 4023.

Photography (Digital) for Beginners RECR03801 $65 + $20 Lab

A noted local photographer will teach you how to take better pictures with your point and shoot camera. Topics include techniques for taking outdoor photographs, camera operation, shooting modes, exposure control, and composition. Please bring your camera and manual to class. 10 Hours-5 Weeks. Mon., 9/16-10/14, 6:30-8:30 p.m. STC, Room 4130.

Photography (Digital SLR) Workshop - Basic RECR06201 $95 + $20 Lab

For serious hobbyists and those considering a career in photography. Topics include exposure control, ISO, shutter speed, aperture, flash techniques, composition, and lighting. Discussion and hands-on exercises included. Please bring a digital SLR camera, manual, and lunch to the workshop. Instructor is an award winning photographer: www.weddingsbyheather. com. 6 Hours. Sat., 10/12, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6114.

Photography (Digital SLR) Workshop - Advanced RECR25501 $95 + $20 Lab

Advanced enthusiasts and professionals - explore techniques used by today’s top photographers. Topics include: posing, use of ambient light, and flash. Off-camera flash will be demonstrated. Students should have a thorough knowledge of their digital SLR and must bring camera to class Instructor is an award winning photographer: www.weddingsbyheather. com. Please bring a lunch. 6 Hours. Sat., 10/26, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6114.

Photoshop for Dummies RECR20201

$59 + $20 Lab

A beginner’s course that covers the use of Photoshop’s tools and basic techniques every new user should know. Learn how to crop, rotate, resize, add text, black and white image correcting, color correcting, understand layers, and more. Class will use Photoshop CS6, but any Adobe user will benefit. 6 Hours-3 Weeks. Thurs. 9/19-10/3, 6-8 p.m.VFC, Room 3109.

Photoshop for Photographers - Intro RECR39601 $95 + $20 Lab

Learn to use Photoshop CS6 to improve your digital photographs. This fast-paced course for the technically savvy includes color and exposure correction as well as creative techniques. Taught by an award winning photographer and Adobe Certified Expert, www.weddingsbyheather. com. Please bring a lunch. 6 Hours. Sat., 11/9, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. VFC, Room 3109.

To register by phone: 724-480-3575 • ccbc.edu • For course information: 724-480-3452


Fine Arts & Crafting - Fitness, Sports, & Recreation Photoshop for Photographers - Advanced RECR39501 $95 + $20 Lab

Learn to use Photoshop CS6 to retouch digital photographs. Course requires prior Photoshop knowledge. Topics: curves, layer masks, retouching, sharpening, and advanced techniques/automation. Taught by an award winning photographer and Adobe Certified Expert, www. weddingsbyheather.com. Please bring a lunch. 6 Hours. Sat., 11/16, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. VFC, Room 3109.

$65

Discover the basic moves, rhythms, and styles of belly dancing. Learn how to shimmy and experience the fitness benefits from isolating your ribs, abs, and hips to exotic music. All ages can enjoy this calorie-burning dance. 12 Hours-8 Weeks. Wed., 9/11-10/30, 7:30-9 p.m. CEC, Room 2301.

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Bokwa RECR44401

$39 + $10 Lab

Easy, fun, and does it burn the calories! Bokwa participants draw letters and numbers with their feet while performing an energizing and addictive cardio workout routine. No dance experience is required. If you get distracted easily by exercise then Bokwa could be perfect for you! 9 Hours-9 Weeks. Wed., 9/11-11/6, 5:30-6:30 p.m. Please arrive 5:15 p.m. for first class. The Center at the Mall, Beaver Valley Mall.

Gentle Yoga

$55 + $5 Lab

This slower-paced class focuses on stretching all areas of the body while relieving stress and increasing flexibility. Basic poses, gentle breathing techniques, meditation concepts and yoga terminology will be taught. Modifications will be made for each student if needed, regardless of age or physical ability. Please bring a mat. 12 Hours-8 Weeks. RECR21701 Wed., 9/11-10/30, 10-11:30 a.m. CEC, Room 2204 RECR21702 Thurs., 9/12-11/7 (no class 10/31), 6:30-8 p.m. HSC, Room 6025 RECR21703 Sat., 9/14-11/2, 9:30-11 a.m. HSC, Room 6025

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Get Golf Ready RECR02105

$19 + $80 Lab

Improve your game! You will be instructed by a PGA Golf Professional with your putting, pitching, chipping, full swing with irons hybrids, driver and fairway metals. Winter golf swing drills will be provided. 8 Hours-4 Weeks. Wed., 9/11-10/2, 5:30-7 p.m. & review/on course play and coaching on 10/6 at 2 p.m., Seven Oaks Country Club, Beaver. Meet at putting green. No Senior Waivers.

Golf - Beginning

$55

Good for novice players or for those who are struggling with their golf game. Learn how to grip your club, how to swing, and what clubs to use for different shots. There will be an additional charge per student each night for the use of the golf balls at the driving range. Bring a 9 iron to the first class, but all clubs will be covered. 8 Hours-4 Weeks. Tues. & Thurs., 9/3-9/26, Ironwood Golf Center, 3036 Brodhead Rd., Aliquippa. No Senior Waivers. RECR02101 4-5 p.m. RECR02102 5-6 p.m. RECR02103 7-8 p.m. RECR02104 8-9 p.m.

Golf - Advanced RECR02201

$35 + $25 Lab

Receive personalized instruction (9-hole playing lesson) from a golf pro as well as proper club selection, strategy, shot making, and handling diverse situations. Prerequisites: Beginning Golf class or prior experience on a golf course. Lab fee includes green and cart fees. Approximately 3 Hours. Fri., 9/13, 5 p.m. Deer Trails Country Club, 311 Engle Rd., Industry.

Kayaking with Venture Outdoors $12 + $39 Lab

FITNESS, SPORTS, & RECREATION

Belly Dancing - Intro RECR28401

Golf - Play with the Pro RECR31201

Fall 2013

$55

Achieve a more consistent and repeatable golf swing. Emphasis is on working with your natural abilities to enhance your strengths and eliminate your weaknesses. An additional charge per student each night for the use of the golf balls at the driving range. Bring a 9 iron to the first class. 8 Hours-4 Weeks. Tues. & Thurs., 9/3-9/26, 6-7 p.m. Ironwood Golf Center, 3036 Brodhead Rd., Aliquippa. No Senior Waivers.

For the novice kayaker: you will begin with instruction about equipment & technique before heading onto the water for practice. With experienced guides to lead the way, you’ll see just how easy it is to paddle. Equipment, guides, and instruction are provided by Venture Outdoors. Note: Only solo kayaks will be offered for these paddles. Minimum age is 12 yrs. 2 Hours. Sat., 9/21. Email jack.boyde@ccbc.edu for directions to Flag Park in Rochester and waiver information. Rain date 9/22 (same time & location) RECR41901 9-11 a.m. RECR41902 1-3 p m.

Pilates - Intro RECR10201

$88

Pilates - Advanced RECR27601

$88

Self Defense/Martial Arts - Intro RECR23401

$65

Stretch and strengthen your deepest muscles to create a strong core without the pain associated with conventional exercise. Movements will have a prescribed number of repetitions to create balance in the body by strengthening weak muscles and lengthening bulky ones. Please bring hand weights and an exercise mat. 24 Hours-12 Weeks. Mon. & Wed., 9/9-11/27, 5:15-6:15 p.m. HSC, Room 6025.

Advanced Pilates is for those who want a more challenging workout and who have taken Pilates classes before. Class focuses on deep stretching and advanced strengthening to create a stronger core. Please bring hand weights and an exercise mat. 24 Hours-12 Weeks. Mon. & Wed., 9/9-11/27, 6:30-7:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6025.

Students learn martial arts and self-defense techniques and exercises that develop strength, coordination, discipline, vitality, and self-confidence. Ages 13 and up. 12 Hours-12 Weeks. Sun., 9/8-12/1, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. CEC, Room 2301.

Tai Chi - Intro RECR12401

$49 + $10 Lab

Low impact course designed for reducing stress/tension, developing effective relaxation/meditation techniques, promoting flexibility in joints, and increasing self-awareness. 6 Hours-6 Weeks. Tues., 9/17-10/22, 7:158:15 p.m. Chippewa Wellness Center, 723 Shenango Rd., Beaver Falls, www.wahlumpittsburgh.com.

Tabata - Intro RECR44001

$65

Tabata interval workouts are all the rage these days. This cardio/strength training is fun, blasts calories, and moves quickly so it’s hard to get bored. You perform an exercise at maximal intensity for 20 seconds, followed by 10 seconds of rest. You repeat this pattern eight times, making one tabata round four minutes. 16 Hours-8 Weeks. Tues. & Thurs., 9/10-10/31, 6:157:15 p.m. CEC, Room 2204.

Yoga Flow

$45 + $10 Lab

A moderately paced flow style class focusing on classic hatha yoga postures linked in a vinyasa flow. Class includes Sun Salutes, core strengthening, and a wide range of standing, seated, and kneeling/reclining postures. Class offers warm-up and preparatory postures, with focus on breath awareness, lengthening, and core strengthening. Good for new and continuing students who are able to get up and down from the floor. Please bring a mat. 8 Hours-8 Weeks. Bridge Street Yoga, 99 Bridge St., Bridgewater. RECR05101 Mon., 9/9-10/28, 5-6 p.m. RECR05102 Thurs. 9/5-10/24, 5-6 p.m.

To register by phone: 724-480-3575 • ccbc.edu • For course information: 724-480-3452

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Health, Alternative Health & Wellness - Home & Garden - Languages

HEALTH, ALTERNATIVE HEALTH & WELLNESS CPR: Healthcare Providers

$27 + $12 Lab

Teaches the American Heart Association guidelines of CPR for infant, child, and adult victims. Designed for healthcare providers who care for individuals both in and out of the hospital. Skills demonstration and written test result in a two-year completion card. 4 Hours. Tues., 6-10 p.m. HSC, Room 6017. OCCP06201 9/24 OCCP06202 10/22

CPR: Heartsaver AED

$27 + $12 Lab

Teaches the American Heart Association guidelines of CPR for adults, children, and infants including the use of AED (automated external defibrillator). Designed for all persons desiring to learn CPR. Successful skills demonstration results in a two-year completion card. 4 Hours. Tues., 6-10 p.m. HSC, Room 6017. OCCP01101 10/8 OCCP01102 11/12

Develop your Psychic Ability RECR22501

$59 + $10 Lab

Step-by-step with a systematic approach, learn to access your intuitive abilities. This skill will help you in any or all decisions. 10 Hours-5 Weeks. Tues., 10/29-11/26, 6:30-8:30 p.m. STC, Room 4131.

Enter the Enchanted: Pendulums for Divination $23 + $10 Lab

Learn the history and uses of pendulums and how these can help heighten your intuition, access your unconscious, and answer questions in your life for guidance. Participants receive a blessed pendulum. 2 Hours. 7-9 p.m. STC, Room 4009. RECR20901 Wed., 10/30 RECR20902 Tues., 12/3

Flower Essences RECR43901

$35 + $15 Lab

Explore an aspect of the ancient healing art of Alchemy. Flower essences can help recognize, resolve, or release conditioned ways of perceiving the world. A personal flower essence is included. 3 Hours. Thurs., 9/12, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4131.

Healing Hands: An Energy Experience RECR41601

$39

Use the natural currents of life-force that flow through each individual’s hands to release blocked currents of energy that accompany symptoms of illness, and restore balance and health. 3 Hours. Wed., 11/6, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4131.

Le Tarot - Be Empowered RECR06701

$52

Learn the mystical art of the tarot by comprehending the numerology, esoteric symbolism, colors, and how the cards are astrologically based. Learn to develop intuition when reading for yourself and others. 12 Hours6 Weeks. Thurs., 9/26-10/31, 7-9 p.m. STC, Room 4009.

Manifesting Your Desires RECR26601

$69 + $10 Lab

Learn manifesting techniques to create the life you desire. With the use of intuition, one can overcome change and master the art of manifesting. 12 Hours-6 Weeks. Tues., 9/17-10/22, 6:30-8:30 p.m. STC, Room 4131.

Messages from Your Animal Spirit Guides RECR44301

$40

Indigenous people from all over the world, as well as our ancestors, believed that animals as ethereal beings helped to bring guidance, healing, and protection through their spiritual powers. Receive an animal oracle card reading with each class! 6 Hours-3 Weeks. Wed., 9/11-9/25, 7-9 p.m. STC, Room 4009.

Relax with Swedish Massage RECR43801

$55 + $5 Lab

Learn the benefits of massage therapy via the four essential strokes of Swedish massage and be able to perform massage techniques. Individuals and couples welcome. 12 Hours-4 Weeks. Mon., 9/16-10/7, 6-9 p.m. CEC, Room 2202.

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Fall 2013

WRAP® Your Way to Better Health RECR18101 $59 + $10 Lab

Identify your personal resources and then uses those to help you stay well. WRAP can be used to track triggering events, early warning signs, and signals for when things are breaking down with corresponding action plans. 16 Hours-8 Weeks. Mon., 9/9-10/28, 6-8 p.m. HSC, Room 6108.

HOME & GARDEN Fall Planting & Garden Maintenance RECR01901 $20 + $10 Lab

Learn what/when to plant for spring blooms and what can be planted now for early color. Topics include planting shrubs, choosing/ splitting perennials, and choosing/planting bulbs. 3 Hours. Fri., 9/13, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. HSC, Room 6108.

First Time Home Buying RECR04401

$20+$5 Lab

Learn about finding a home, home inspections, warranties, closings, credit/ improving your credit, mortgage planning, closing costs, and loan limits for conventional/FHA loans. 2.5 Hours. Wed., 9/18, 6:30-9 p.m. VFC, Room 3104.

Landscape Design - Do It Right RECR02601

$20 + $10 Lab

Avoid common pitfalls that leave the Do-It-Yourselfer dissatisfied. Select plants that will do well in your type of soil and how to make informed greenery choices that influence your landscape. 2 Hours. Fri., 9/20, 9-11 a.m. HSC, Room 6108.

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Organic Gardening RECR08901

$20 + $10 Lab

Planning a Perennial Flower Bed RECR16501

$20 + $10 Lab

Real Estate Investing RECR34401

$30 + $10 Lab

Are you going to eat that? Learn about choosing seeds, weed control, pesticides, fertilization, and more. Insure your plants/vegetables are safe and good for you and the environment. 2 Hours. Wed., 10/16, 7-9 p.m. HSC, Room 6114.

Plant perennial flowers so that you can have color in your garden for all blooming seasons. Join us as we find out what will work for you based on your color and seasonal preferences. 3 Hours. Fri., 10/4, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. HSC, Room 6108.

Learn about available resources to help you purchase rental real estate or real estate intended for rapid resale as well as the pros/cons of sheriff sales, financing options, and ways to locate appealing properties. 5 Hours-2 Weeks. Tues., 10/8-10/15, 6:30-9 p.m. VFC, Room 3104.

LANGUAGES French - Conversational RECR30301

$70 + $10 Lab

An emphasis is placed on conversation, grammar, and written French. Using authentic euro currency, learn how to shop in French at Monoprix! Read a French menu and order in a favorite restaurant. Amusez-vous bien! A bientot! 16 Hours-8 Weeks. Thurs., 9/12-10/31, 6:30-8:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6114.

German for Business & Pleasure RECR30201

$69

Learn basic phrases, short sentences, and cultural facts so that you’ll feel comfortable in a variety of settings. 16 Hours-8 Weeks. Tues., 9/3-10/22, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Central Valley High School, Room D204, 160 Baker Rd. Ext., Monaca.

To register by phone: 724-480-3575 • ccbc.edu • For course information: 724-480-3452


Languages - Lifelong Learners - Music & Dance

Fall 2013

German - Intermediate RECR41801

$70

eBay for Beginners RECR12501

Italian - Beginning RECR30501

$90

Knit Happens RECR24801

Italian - Intermediate RECR30601

$90

New

Build upon your existing language base and use class time to practice new phrases and sentences. 15 Hours-6 Weeks. Tues., 11/5-12/10, 6:30-9 p.m. Central Valley High School, Room D204, 160 Baker Rd. Ext., Monaca.

Emphasis is on forming and using basic language structures, useful vocabulary, pronunciation, and learning common phrases. Text required. 30 Hours-10 Weeks. Wed., 9/11-11/13, 7-10 p.m. HSC, Room 6108.

Advanced Italian will cover such topics as reading, translating, conversing, and composing. Use same text as Beginning Italian course. 30 Hours-10 Weeks. Tues., 9/10-11/12, 7-10 p.m. HSC, Room 6108.

Sign Language - Beginning RECR30801

$87 + $10 Lab

Learn signs for frequently used words based on the origin of the sign. Activities will give students an opportunity to apply their knowledge of sign communication. 20 Hours-10 Weeks. Mon., 9/16-11/18, 6:30-8:30 p.m. STC, Room 4131.

Spanish - Beginning RECR31001

$82 + $5 Lab

An introduction to basic grammar, basic sentences used in everyday conversation, vocabulary, and pronunciation for those with no knowledge of Spanish. 16 Hours-8 Weeks. Wed., 10/16-12/4, 6:30-8:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6005.

Spanish - Conversational RECR31101

$62 + $5 Lab

Strengthen your language skills by focusing on conversational proficiency and reviewing verb tense and grammar. 12 Hours-6 Weeks. Mon., 11/412/9, 6:30-8:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6005.

LIFELONG LEARNERS Classes are designed for adult learners who prefer smaller classes. Instructors will introduce topics at a comfortable pace and, in some cases, with books designed in larger font and conducted in a non-technical manner. No Senior Waivers.

Computers for Seniors OCCP16901

$49 + $15 Lab

Designed for those who know how to use a keyboard and access the Internet but would like to become more proficient and knowledgeable about personal computers. Purchase Welcome to the World of Computers from CCBC bookstore for the first class. 8 Hours-4 Weeks. Sat., 9/2110/26, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. STC, Room 4023.

Crochet Olè RECR24601

$55

Learn the slip stitch, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, and triple crochet techniques. If you have a pattern, bring it to class as well as one skein of worsted weight yarn and a size G or H crochet hook. 12 Hours-6 Weeks. Wed., 9/11-10/16, 6:30-8:30 p.m. SSC, Room 1005.

Driver Safety Program for Seniors RECR10601 Free Tuition + $15 Lab

Participants 50+ will learn defensive driving techniques; new traffic laws; rules of the road; the effects of medication; and how to safely adjust driving to compensate for age-related changes in vision, hearing, and reaction time. 8 Hours-2 Weeks. Sat., 9/28-10/5, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. LRC, Room 9111.

$55 +$10 Lab

Learn the nuts and bolts of the eBay auction site at a slower pace that is easy to understand. Create an eBay and a PayPal account. 7.5 Hours-3 Weeks. Wed., 9/4-9/18, 6:30-9 p.m. STC, Room 4003.

$55

Learn how to knit, purl, slip, cast on and bind off. To practice, bring a skein of worsted weight yarn and size 8, 10 or your favorite size needles. 12 Hours-6 Weeks. Wed., 10/23-12/ 4 (no class 11/27), 6:30-8:30 p.m. SSC, Room 1005.

Understanding Medicare

$35 + $10 Lab

Confused and stressed by what you’ve heard about Medicare? This class explains Medicare in a simplified format presented in plain English so that you can make good choices. Learn about Medicare Parts A, B, C, D and Medigap. This course is designed for adults approaching age 65, their relatives, and caregivers. 3 Hours. STC, Room 4131. RECR44801 Wed., 9/18, 6-9 p.m. RECR44802 Sat ., 9/28, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. RECR44803 Fri., 10/18, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Top 20 Investment Mistakes to Avoid RECR02501 $35 + $10 Lab

Learn how to avoid investment scams; cashing out a 401(k); investing in CD’s, stocks, bonds, and annuities; and tax burden implications. 6 Hours-3 Weeks. Tues., 9/17-10/1, 6:30-8:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6114.

Zumba Gold RECR36701

$88

Enjoy lively music routines at a slower pace, with longer warm-ups and cool-downs, created for those with more limited joint mobility. 24 Hours-12 Weeks. Mon., & Wed., 9/9-11/27, 5-6 p.m. CEC, Room 2301.

MUSIC & DANCE Ballroom Dancing - Intro RECR00301

$60

Ballroom Dancing - Intermediate RECR21201

$60

Learn how to dance and feel the rhythms of Latin dancing. Learn the swing, cha-cha, rumba, salsa, waltz, and fox trot. Tuition listed above is per person. Register with a partner and use a separate registration form for each person. 15 Hours-6 Weeks. Thurs., 9/5-10/10, 6:30-9 p.m. CEC, Room 2301.

Learn Latin dances, including the cha-cha, mambo, salsa, meringue, and swing, taught in the popular “club” style. Prereq: Ballroom Dancing-Intro. Tuition listed is per person. Register with a partner and use a separate registration form for each person. 15 Hours-6 Weeks. Thurs., 10/24-12/5 (no class 11/28), 6:30-9 p.m. CEC, Room 2301.

New

Drum, Write, Draw - Inroads to your Creativity RECR33301 $55 + $10 Lab

Experience the joy of drumming in a supportive group setting with rhythms from around the globe. Create your own original mandala art. 9 Hours- 6 Weeks. Wed., 9/18-10/23, 6:30-8 p.m. CEC, Room 2202.

Guitar - Intro RECR16801

$65 + $5 Lab

Learn holding, tuning a guitar; fret board; playing single notes, chords, and scales; and exploring different styles. You’ll develop a direction/plan for continued learning. Bring guitar, small amplifier (electric guitars only), notebook/pen. Guitar strap, picks, tuners recommended. 10 Hours-10 Weeks. Sat., 9/14-11/9, 9-10 a.m. LRC, Room 9115.

To register by phone: 724-480-3575 • ccbc.edu • For course information: 724-480-3452

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On The Road/Travel - Special Interests

ON THE ROAD / TRAVEL New

Moundsville Prison Dungeon of Horrors Tour RECR03201

$20 + $68 Lab

The 90-minute tour will start off with the history and an interesting education of the justice system. After a break for dinner (dinner on your own in downtown Moundsville), take the Dungeon of Horrors tour, a prison known to have one of the highest levels of paranormal activity in the U.S.! Meet at the CCBC dome parking lot at 12:45 p.m. for a 1 p.m. departure. Return around 9:30 p.m. Cost includes admission and bus trip. 8.5 Hours. Sat., 10/26, 1-9:30 p.m.

Western Europe by Rail RECR34801

$33 + $5 Lab

Enjoy a delightful “trip” while you explore options for rail passes. Learn to read train schedules; purchase tickets; and collect pertinent European information. 4 Hours-2 Weeks. Mon., 10/21-10/28, 6:30-8:30 p.m. STC, Room 4022.

SPECIAL INTERESTS AKC Canine Good Citizen RECR14501

$52 + $5 Lab

For dogs over 6 months of age with prior obedience training and socialization. 10 basic obedience skills will be taught and practiced. Dogs passing all requirements will receive the AKC Good Citizen title, including a certificate. Dogs do not attend the first night of class; owners must show proof of vaccination. 6 Hours-6 Weeks. Thurs., 9/12-10/17, 6:45-7:45 p.m. ASC, Chippewa (meet in employee parking lot).

AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy RECR23001

$52 + $5 Lab

Instill basic manners and socialization skills in puppies between 8 weeks and 5 months of age. Puppies meeting the Puppy Program criteria will receive American Kennel Club S.T.A.R. Puppy recognition, including a certificate. Puppies do not attend the first night of class; owners must show proof of vaccinations. 6 Hours-6 Weeks. Thurs., 9/12-10/17, 5:30-6:30 p.m. ASC, Chippewa (meet in employee parking lot).

Be Smart - Be Ready - Be Safe!

$25 + $24 Lab

Learn self-defense techniques and how to properly use pepper spray through hands-on drills using water-filled canisters. Students will receive a high quality pepper spray (25 bursts), 3 practice canisters, and a safety awareness manual. 3 Hours. CEC, Room 2203. RECR41401 Mon., 9/16 6-9 p.m. RECR41402 Sat., 10/12, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

New “Blood on the Moon”

(French Invasion of Western PA) RECR31901

$20 + $7 Lab

In the 1700’s, a military struggle began between France and England for control of North America. Both countries had their Indian allies. Learn more about the French and Indian War! 2.5 Hours. Wed., 10/16, 6:30-9 p.m. STC, Room 4103.

New

Coal Camps & Coal Mine Disasters in PA & WV RECR44501 $20 + $7 Lab

Both PA and WV have a long history of coal mining and coal disasters. Learn how immigrants from southern Europe lived, worked, and survived in this dangerous industry. 2.5 Hours. Wed., 9/25, 6:30-9 p.m. STC, Room 4103.

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Fall 2013 Connecting to Your Angels

$30

Find out the specific names of your angels and the best time and manner to connect with them. Overcome worries and learn to put special protection around loved ones. 2 Hours. 7-9 p.m. STC, Room 4009. RECR40601 Mon., 9/9 RECR40602 Wed., 10/9 RECR40603 Wed., 11/13 RECR40604 Thurs., 12/12

Dealing with Difficult People OCCP13601

$20 + $5 Lab

Learn numerous practical approaches for communicating with difficult individuals with tact and skill, whether you are dealing with these types in business or in your personal life. 3 Hours. Wed., 10/23, 6:30-9:30 p.m. STC, Room 4009.

Disaster Planning & Survival Techniques RECR41501 $20 + $10 Lab

Learn how to prepare for any disaster, from nuclear accidents to terroristic attacks. Draw up a family plan using social media, and learn how to adapt and overcome a disaster. 3 Hours. Wed., 10/16, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4131.

Do-It-Yourself Dog Grooming RECR14901

$30 + $5 Lab

Learn first aid, nail trimming, ear care, bathing, tooth brushing, gland expression, and how to properly maintain all coat types. 4 Hours-2 Weeks. Thurs., 11/7-11/13, 6:30-8:30 p.m. VFC, Room 3010.

EZ College Scholarship Searching RECR13401

$20

Successfully tested techniques will be explored, along with scams to avoid while seeking ways to fund educational costs. Complete the FAFSA and decide if student loans are for you. 2.5 Hours. Mon., 9/23, 6-8:30 p.m. STC, Room 4023.

Getting Organized RECR11901

$26 + $5 Lab

Can’t find your keys? Bills lost or late? Messy closets and desks? Learn how to organize your life and your possessions in order to reduce stress and save time. 3 Hours. Wed , 10/9, 6-9 p.m. STC, Room 4131.

New

Ghost Hunting 101 RECR21301

$39 + $10 Lab

Explore the world of the paranormal. Distinguish between possibilities of spirit contact versus false anomalies or imagination. Participate in a paranormal investigation. 6 hours–3 Weeks.Tues., 9/10- 9/24, 7-9 p.m. CEC, Room 2203.

New

Make-Up Artistry RECR44701

$25

Learn how to use make-up to enhance your features and proper eye techniques (including smoky eye). Instructor will demonstrate on faces. Bring make-up and mirror. 4 Hours-2 Weeks. Thurs., 9/19-9/26, 6:30-8:30 p.m. CEC, Room 2202.

Parenting Teens RECR43101

$55 + $5 Lab

Positive Parenting RECR43201

$55 + $5 Lab

Presented by Family Services of Beaver County. Explore issues and ways to cope with teen behaviors, including the impact social media has on growth and development. 8 Hours-4 Weeks. Wed., 9/11-10/2, 6:30-8:30 p.m. STC, Room 4102.

Learn from Family Services of Beaver County how to build an environment where children can thrive! You’ll learn coping/conflict reduction strategies. 8 Hours-4 Weeks. Wed., 10/9-10/30, 6:30-8:30 p.m. STC, Room 4102.

To register by phone: 724-480-3575 • ccbc.edu • For course information: 724-480-3452


Special Interests - Youth & Teens Public Speaking OCCP51201

$26 + $6 Lab

Online public speaking classes? In person is much more effective! Learn techniques that are guaranteed to make ALL your presentations less stressful. 4 Hours-2 Weeks. Wed., 10/9-10/16, 6:30-8:30 p.m. HSC, Room 6017.

New

Ride with the Devil in WV 1861-1865 RECR44901 $20 + $7 Lab

Discover the story of the 500 battles & skirmishes that occurred between WV and VA and the effect on soldiers and civilians. 2.5 Hours. Wed., 10/30, 6:30-9 p.m. STC, Room 4103.

Wind & Solar Energy for the Tinkerer RECR36901 $65 + $59 Lab

Become better informed about alternate energy by learning about energy production methods and uses while building working models of energy producing devices. 15 Hours-6 Weeks. Mon., 9/9-10/14, 6:30-9 p.m. VFC, Room 3010.

Writer’s Publishing Workshop RECR03301

$63 + $20 Lab

Learn strategies for: organizing themes and ideas, developing chapters, and how to copyright material, freelance, locate publishers, self-publish, and market. Please bring a writing tablet and pencil. USB drive included. 12 Hours-6 Weeks. Sat., 9/7-10/12, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. LRC, Room 9113.

YOUTH & TEENS Cartooning CHLD00201

$52

$52

Drawing can be learned and these skills can open up a whole new world for all children. Draw and sketch basic shapes and objects to learn about proportion and dimension. Please bring a 9x12 or 11x14 sketchbook, a #2 pencil (HB), and an eraser. Ages 8-13. Sat., 9/14-11/2, 9-10:30 a.m. STC, Room 4130.

New

EVERYTHING You Need to Know About the College Application Process $25 + $10 Lab

Designed for high school juniors, seniors, and families. Learn from a high school counselor the nuts and bolts on what it takes to obtain entrance into fine colleges and universities in this area and across the U.S. 2 Hours. VFC, Room 3104. CHLD17601 Sun., 10/6, 2-4 p.m. CHLD17602 Wed., 10/23, 6-8 p.m.

Feed the Birds CHLD03401

$20

Sure, you can buy bird feeders but hand-crafted ones are much more attention-grabbing! Use gourds and other natural products to design and decorate their own projects. Ages 6-10. 3 Hours. Sat., 11/9, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. STC, Room 4131.

New

Flashlight Self Defense CHLD17701

$65 + $5 Lab

Julie’s House of Rock (Guitar) CHLD15401

$65 + $5 Lab

Topics include holding, tuning, maintaining, and playing a guitar. Students will have the opportunity to perform. Please bring a guitar, small amplifier (electric guitars only), notebook/pen. Guitar strap, picks, tuners recommended. Students with experience will be given more challenging lessons. Ages 7-17. 10 Hours-10 Weeks. Sat., 9/14-11/9, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. LRC, Room 9115.

Become a Guitar Hero! Improve on your guitar skills and enhance your skills in a live performance. Acoustic or electric guitars (amp needed) are required along with notebook, pen, guitar strap, and picks. Ages 7-17. 10 Hours-10 Weeks. Sat., 9/14-11/9, 10-11 a.m. LRC, Room 9115.

Karate/Martial Arts - Intro

Students learn martial arts, self-defense techniques, and exercises that develop strength, coordination, discipline, vitality, and self-confidence. Sun., 9/8-12/1. CEC, Room 2301. CHLD14701 $45 6 Hours-12 Weeks. (Ages 5-6) 9:15-9:45 a.m. CHLD14702 $65 12 Hours-12 Weeks. (Ages 7-12) 10-11 a.m.

Recipes for Fun CHLD11101

$35 + $5 Lab (Pre-School)

Your kids will have a blast making their own play dough, silly putty, bubbles, butter, ice cream, pudding, and other kids’ favorites. Ages 3-5. 6 Hours-4 Weeks. Sat., 10/26-11/16, 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. CEC, Room 2202.

SAT Preparation CHLD13901

Create lively comic strip characters and cartoon animals! Please bring a 9x12 or 11x14 sketchbook, a #2 pencil (HB), and an eraser. Ages 8-13. 12 Hours- 8 Weeks. Sat., 9/14-11/2, 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. STC, Room 4130.

Drawing to Develop Your Imagination CHLD04701

Guitar - Intro CHLD04401

$20 + $25 Lab

Live training drills of common criminal strategies help avoid attack and prepare for a variety of situations. Receive a small, powerful TerraLux LS100 flashlight. 14 years and up. 2 Hours. Thurs., 10/3, 6:30-8:30 p.m. CEC, Room 2203.

$178

Get a head start on your exams by preparing for the math and verbal sections of the test. Learn how to reduce test anxiety. Textbook can be purchased at CCBC bookstore. 18 Hours-6 Weeks. Tues., 9/17-10/22, 6-9 p.m. HSC, Room 6105.

Seasonal Craft Surprises CHLD01401 $35 + $10 Lab (Pre-School)

Create new and easy-to-make crafts with a holiday theme. Enjoy your child’s one-of-a-kind work for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Ages 3-5. 6 Hours-4 Weeks. Sat., 10/26-11/16, 9-10:30 a.m. CEC, Room 2202.

New Who Am I?

CHLD17801

$20 + $7 Lab

Young Authors 101 CHLD15101

$51 + $10 Lab

Your child will be encouraged to investigate, explore, and discover selfimage and personal identity. Please bring magazines with images for projects. Ages 5-10. 3 Hours. Sat., 9/21, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. STC, Room 4131.

Get inspired and gain know-how and experience in authorship and publication. Learn about taking ideas, creativity, and vision for writing into manuscripts. Ages 13-18. 8 Hours-4 Weeks. Sat., 11/2-11/23, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. LRC, Room 9113.

If you have ideas for a class or have a passion to teach a subject in which you consider yourself an expert, please call us at 724-480-3447.


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