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lasses! Amazing Insects of Cochise County, page 7 with Robert B. Parks Study the bizarre and much smaller world of insects in this two-part class to include lecture and field trip. From pests to pollinators, drab to colorful, desert insects have a variety of fascinating features and purposes that are easily overlooked. Friday’s lecture will build an appreciation for these creatures and Saturday’s field trip will bring the lecture to life.

Little Needle-Felted Animals, page 3 with Lisa Thompson Entertain your imagination with needle felting! This class is designed for beginners – no previous felting or sewing experience is necessary. You can learn basics about the craft of needle felting, how to use a single needle, alpaca fleece (roving) and embellishments to make a small 3-dimensional animal of your choice to take home. Class fee includes a kit which contains a felting needle, sponge, fleece, wire, beads for eyes and various accent pieces of dyed fleece.

Adobe Photoshop CS6 – Creative Images, page 5 with Ron Hyde Advance your Photoshop skill set. Those who are familiar with the basics of Photoshop are invited to enroll in this intermediate level class. Explore the world of image manipulation, layering, and clone tools. This course will help you prepare images for print or web media, and have fun while learning!

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Cochise College Center for Lifelong Learning Cochise College invites you to join us in the adventure of Lifelong Learning!

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Take time for you! At Cochise College Center for Lifelong Learning (CLL), we strive to educate our community through affordable, quality courses. We have a wide range of non-credit classes and programs to continue your education. We offer classes across Cochise County, plus more than 400 online courses and certification programs through ed2go and U Got Class/LERN (www.cochise.edu/cll). Are you looking to become an expert or learn a new skill? We offer both introductory and advanced levels in many courses.

Arts and Crafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Computer Series for Macintosh . . . . . . . . . . .4 Computing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6

Custom Training Our mission is to bridge the gaps between the needs of the community, business and industry by offering unique educational opportunities, as well as innovative and tailored training solutions. We operate a state-of-the-art computer training lab and classroom, and we can deliver classes at customer sites as well. We offer training in Business Ethics, Customer Service, Social Media and computer classes such as Excel and QuickBooks. If we don’t currently offer a class, we can create a class designed specifically to meet your needs. Call us today!

Nature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Professional Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Special Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Trips and Tours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Wellness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11

We always appreciate your feedback. If you have an idea for a class you would like to see in a future schedule, give us a call!

Community Outreach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14

Center for Lifelong Learning (520) 515-5492 or 1(800) 966-7943, Ext. 5492 training@cochise.edu or www.cochise.edu/cll

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Secure the Early Bird Rate! Front row left to right: Ana Smith, Programming Coordinator; Carol Moore, Office Specialist; Phyllis McKee, Office Assistant II.

Secure the Early Bird Rate! Register at least seven days in advance of the class start date to receive a $5 Early Bird discount on classes with this icon . Early registration helps to ensure that your class will not cancel.

Middle Row Left to Right: Sharon Gilman, Director; Larry Catten, Community Training Coordinator. Back row left to right: Joy Miller, Department Assistant and Carol Downey, Publication Specialist.

Cochise College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability. For additional information or to register a complaint, please contact the Dean of Student Services at 520-515-5329 or 520-417-4050 or go to www.cochise.edu . Cochise College no discrimina en base a la raza, el color, la nacionalidad, el sexo, la religión, la edad o la discapacidad de las personas. Para obtener información adicional o para presentar una queja, póngase en contacto con el Decano de Servicios Estudiantiles al 520-515-5329 o 520-417-4050 o vaya a www.cochise.edu . (52 0 )5 1 5- 5 4 92

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Arts and Crafts Instant Guitar for Hopelessly Busy People with Craig Coffman Take this crash course and you will be shown some basic chords to get you playing along with your favorite songs right away. Class is limited to 15 students. For ages 13+. *There is a required fee of $29, for workbook and practice DVD, to be paid to the instructor at the beginning of class. Bring an acoustic guitar. Date Time Location Room Cost Friday, May 30 6:30 – 9 p.m. SVC 702 $39*

SoulCollage® with Marybeth Webster, Ph.D. Travel along with Marybeth Webster, registered art therapist, as she takes you down a path of deepening and centering, thereby revealing your wisdom. SoulCollage® cards NEW (5” x 8”) serve like a Tarot deck of your images. These images tap into wisdom that can help you resolve dilemmas, heal old wounds and give you back your playful inner child. Marybeth is a certified SoulCollage® facilitator. If you have made cards before, bring them and any photos or magazine images that have grabbed you along your way. There is an $8 kit fee to be paid to the instructor at the beginning class. Materials, including literally thousands of images, will be available for card creation. Bring a journal and pen/pencil. Address: 405 Arizona Street, Bisbee. Date Time Location Cost Saturday, May 31 1 – 4 p.m. Boys & Girls Club of Bisbee $25

Instant Piano for Hopelessly Busy People with Craig Coffman You don’t need years of weekly lessons to learn piano! In just a few hours, you can learn enough secrets of the trade FAVE to give you years of musical enjoyment. You can learn all the chords you’ll need to play any song in this one session—any style, any key! For ages 13+. *There is a required fee of $29, for workbook and practice CD, to be paid to the instructor at the beginning of class. Attend both Instant Piano and How to Play Piano by Ear for $69 plus workbook fees OR $39 per class. Keyboard not required. Date Time Location Room Cost Saturday, May 31 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. SVC 702 $39*

Making Wire-Wrapped Jewelry with Linda Riggs Forming wire wrapped jewelry is a gratifying way to demonstrate your creativity. Using just a few simple tools and a spool of wire, you can learn how to create stunning jewelry. Plan to be amazed as Linda shows you how easy it is to craft a beautiful, one of a kind masterpiece! *There is a required $18 kit fee to be paid to the instructor at the beginning of class. Date Time Location Room Cost Tuesday, June 3 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. SVC 702 $25*

Fabulous Faux – Metallics, Tuscan, Classic with Linda Coffman Save money and give your walls that “wow” factor! Professional faux painter Linda Coffman will demonstrate an easier, faster way for beginners to use a patterned basecoat tool to replicate Old World, classic, romantic or stone-like looks on your walls. You can learn how to make your own glaze, have perfect edges, make a switch plate look like rubbed bronze and finish your look with aging tips. *There is a required $29 fee, for a kit that uses a custom roller, pan and DVD, to be paid to the instructor at the beginning of class. Attend both Fabulous Faux – Metallics, Tuscan, Classic and Fabulous Faux – Suede, Rustic, Modern for $69 plus workbook fee OR $39 per class. Date Time Location Room Cost Saturday, May 31 9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. SVC 401 $39*

Shakespeare for Fun with Douglas Lees Did you dread reading Shakespeare in school because you just didn’t get it? Then it’s time to revisit the Old Bard and NEW see how much fun he can really be. Douglas Lees, an English teacher from Yorkshire, England, will catch your attention with his irreverent and common sense approach to Shakespeare’s plays. The first play examined will be Twelfth Night. Your text will be provided. Date Time Location Room Cost Thursdays, June 5 ― July 10 6 – 7:30 p.m. SVC 702 $65

Fabulous Faux – Suede, Rustic, Modern with Linda Coffman Transform your walls into a personal statement! Watch professional Linda Coffman and you can learn how to go from rustic to sleek modern or even children's rooms. She will show you an easier, "ulcer free" way by using a special roller, paint and glaze. Bring a paint shirt and acquire ideas for your special project. *There is a required $29 fee, for a kit that uses a custom roller, pan and DVD, to be paid to the instructor at the beginning of class. Attend both Fabulous Faux – Metallics, Tuscan, Classic and Fabulous Faux – Suede, Rustic, Modern for $69 plus workbook fee OR $39 per class. Date Time Location Room Cost Saturday, May 31 1 – 3:30 p.m. SVC 401 $39*

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Arts and Crafts One Woman’s Trash ― Junk Mail Create greeting cards for all occasions using junk mail, magazines and other paper that you might ordinarily put in the trash or recycling bin. In the third class of the Trash Art NEW Series, Mary will offer other creative ideas for using these resources to decorate, embellish and adorn your home or office. What better way to express yourself than to create something from practically nothing? Bring scissors, doublesided tape and any colorful junk mail, magazines or catalogs. Date Time Location Cost Saturday, July26 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Douglas Art Gallery and Gift Shop $15

The Art of Image Transfers with Heather Green Research a multitude of image transfer techniques in this fun, hands-on workshop! These exciting methods are versatile and can be used to enhance artwork, scrapbook and PRICE CUT journal pages, cards, furniture and home décor. You can learn, step-by-step, how to transfer photographic images onto a variety of surfaces, and walk away with directions, samples, troubleshooting tips and additional project ideas. Bring a sketchbook and pens/pencils for notes during class. *There is a required $15 kit fee to be paid to the instructor at the beginning of class. Date Time Location Room Cost Saturday, June 7 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. SVC 404 $25 One Woman’s Trash Art Series ― Summer Fun in Douglas with Mary Fogleman One woman’s trash…is another one’s treasure. You can learn to be creative with items that normally would be tossed into the trash. There are many ideas out there on Facebook, Pinterest etc. Do you need a nudge or encouragement to try them? Come for a morning of creative stimulation, fun and complete a project or two. Sign up for all four classes and save! Pay $54 for the entire series or $15 per individual class. Children 12 and over are welcome to attend these classes. Address: 625 E. 10th Street, Douglas. One Woman’s Trash ― Greeting Cards Make tiny boxes and several types of ornaments with your old greeting cards in the first class of the Trash Art Series. This is hands-on so bring your cards, scissors, a pencil and double-sided tape. You will be able to take home one or more completed items. Date Time Location Cost Saturday, July 12 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Douglas Art Gallery and Gift Shop $15

One Woman’s Trash ― Household “Stuff” In the fourth and final class of this series, various household items will be used to create fun and decorative items NEW for your home. Toilet paper/paper towel tubes become mini baskets or flowers. Cereal boxes become cardboard “yarn” for wreaths or nests. Spark your creativity, complete a project or two and have fun reusing, repurposing and recycling. Bring several empty toilet paper/paper towel tubes, one or more cereal boxes and scissors. Your instructor will also have some supplies for your use. Date Time Location Cost Saturday, August 2 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Douglas Art Gallery and Gift Shop $15 Block Printmaking for Greeting Cards with Heather Green Take your hand-made cards to the next level by carving and printing multiple images using a linoleum block. DiscusPRICE CUT sions will include using positive and negative space, transferring the image, carving techniques, different printing methods and adding color to a print. This ancient medium is easy enough for beginners, yet challenging enough for experienced artists. Once learned, printmaking can be enjoyed for a lifetime! Bring a sketchbook and pens/pencils for notes during class. *There is a required $15 kit fee to be paid to the instructor at the beginning of class. One hour lunch break included in class time. Date Time Location Room Cost Saturday, August 2 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. SVC 404 $43* Little Needle-Felted Animals with Lisa Thompson Entertain your imagination with needle felting! This class is designed for beginners – no previous felting or sewing experience is necessary. You can learn basics about the NEW craft of needle felting, how to use a single needle, alpaca fleece (roving) and embellishments to make a small 3-dimensional animal of your choice to take home. Class fee includes a kit which contains a felting needle, sponge, fleece, wire, beads for eyes and various accent pieces of dyed fleece. Students 12 and older are welcome to attend with a parent. Additional supplies and materials will be available for purchase after class. Date Time Location Room Cost Saturday, August 16 11 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. SVC 702 $39

One Woman’s Trash ― T-shirts Recycle, repurpose and restyle T-shirts. Mary will use the second class of the Trash Art Series to make something new and useful out of something old and not so useful. You can NEW make accessories, household items or restyle your shirt. Bring your T-shirts, fabric shears, a pen and a portable sewing machine if you have one (several projects won’t need this). Some materials and a sewing machine will be available to use. Time permitting, you might be able to take home one or more completed items. Date Time Location Cost Saturday, July 19 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Douglas Art Gallery and Gift Shop $15

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Computer Series for Macintosh iTunes and Apps with Sid Downey Get the scoop about how to apply iTunes and Apps to gain access to various media avenues and manage your musical library. Date Time Location Room Cost Friday, June 27 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. SVC 408 $39

Save $70! Take advantage of a $10 discount on each class by signing up for the entire series by May 22. All classes are handson with one student to a computer. Open discussion and questions are encouraged. Welcome to Macintosh™ with Sid Downey Begin your computer journey into the world of the userfriendly Apple (Macintosh) operating system Mountain Lion. Sid will show you how to customize your Mac to satisfy your specific style, discuss the functions of the dock and give a detailed explanation of the System Preferences and Finder. Date Time Location Room Cost Friday, May 30 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. SVC 408 $39

Studying iPhoto Essentials with Carol Downey Look at and apply basic functions in iPhoto that will help you organize your photographs so you will be able to find them quickly and easily. You will be shown how to download photos from your camera then organize them into events and folders. Bring your camera, (loaded with photos ready for downloading), USB connection cord and flash drive. *Flash drives will be available for a cost of $8 per drive. Date Time Location Room Cost Friday, July 11 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. SVC 408 $39*

Look at Mac Applications with Sid Downey Continue your journey as you examine functions of the many applications that are included with the Apple (Macintosh) operating system. You will have ample time to open, explore and ask questions about Launchpad, Mission Control, Contacts and Calendar. Date Time Location Room Cost Friday, June 6 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. SVC 408 $39

Creating Memories with iPhoto with Carol Downey Employ your imagination and delve into editing and creating a slideshow using your personal photographs. You will be shown how to edit your photos, create a slideshow and add music to it. Class will briefly visit how to make a calendar, book or cards using Apple online templates. Bring 10 personal photos on a flash drive. Prerequisite: Basic iPhoto skills. Date Time Location Room Cost Saturday, July 12 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. SVC 408 $39

Another Look at Mac Applications with Sid Downey Pick up information about Reminders, Notes, Messages, FaceTime, Downloads Folder and Documents Folder on this trail of your journey. You will also check out PhotoBooth and aspects of this fun-provoking application. Date Time Location Room Cost Friday, June 13 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. SVC 408 $39 Browse with Safari and Email with Sid Downey Use Safari Browser to develop your skills for going from site-to-site on the Internet and learn about using the Mail application to manage you emails. Date Time Friday, June 20 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Location Room Cost SVC 408 $39

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Computing Gain knowledge about computer software applications that can enable you to enhance your personal performance. Our computer classes are taught in a state-of-the-art classroom and are designed for you to become more efficient and effective in your computer environment.

Excel 2010 Series with Sean Trachtman Improve your skills in Excel 2010 with this three-part series. Part 1 is a basic introduction to Excel. Topics include using toolbars and worksheets, selecting cells and entering data, creating spreadsheets and formulas, formatting cells, handling and saving files. Part 2 builds on your skills from Part 1. It covers worksheet tables, selecting and formatting objects, text boxes, shapes and charts, conditional formatting and printing tips. Part 3 moves on to advanced Excel skills. You can learn to create macros, develop multi-sheet and multi-file formulas and discover pivot tables. Date Time Location Room Cost Part 1: Thursday, July 17 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. SVC 703 $79 Part 2: Thursday, July 24 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. SVC 703 $79 Part 3: Thursday, July 31 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. SVC 703 $79

iPad Navigation with Adam Woodrow Bring your iPad 2 or later to this hands-on workshop. Topics covered during the course include understanding the home button, accessing the Quick Access menu, adjusting volume and brightness, lock screen/mute switch, taking photos, adjusting settings and more. Class is not intended for Android, Kindle or iPad 1. Date Time Location Room Cost Tuesday, June 17 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. SVC 702 $19 iPad Apps with Adam Woodrow The first hour you will focus on learning and understanding iPad apps and how they function. Topics covered include opening and closing apps, researching and downloading apps, removing unwanted apps, grouping apps and more. The second hour of class will be dedicated to more specific apps such as Kindle, Dropbox, TED, My Recipe Book and more. Bring your iPad 2 or later to this hands-on workshop. Class is not intended for Android, Kindle or iPad 1. Date Time Location Room Cost Tuesday, June 17 6:45 – 8:45 p.m. SVC 702 $29

QuickBooks Basics with Vicky Johnston Gain knowledge and new skills so you can design QuickBooks specifically for your small business accounting needs. FAVE Class will cover setting up a company, the chart of accounts, entering and paying bills, creating customers, invoices, and recording payments and making deposits. Finally, class will generate a Profit and Loss Statement and other useful reports for any small business. Date Time Location Room Cost Wednesday, July 23 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. SVC 703 $79

Adobe Photoshop CS6 – Creative Images with Ron Hyde Advance your Photoshop skill set. Those who are familiar with the basics of Photoshop are invited to enroll in this NEW intermediate level class. Explore the world of image manipulation, layering, and clone tools. This course will help you prepare images for print or web media, and have fun while learning! Date Time Location Room Cost Friday, June 20 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. SVC 703 $79

QuickBooks Advanced with Vicky Johnston This class will expand on knowledge you gained in QuickBooks Basics to further your business needs. It delves into payroll, sales tax and reports, credit card features and recording POS System sales. Pinpoint more useful reports that will improve efficiency. Date Time Location Room Cost Wednesday, July 30 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. SVC 703 $79

Prezi: Improving Presentations with Adam Woodrow Prezi is a web-based presentation application and storytelling tool that uses a single, infinite canvas instead of traditional slides. Adam will show you the basics of how to produce nonlinear presentations, zoom in and out of a visual map, create a path through different objects, add 3D backgrounds, add frames to represent the order of the information presented and publish your Prezi. Prerequisite: Basic PowerPoint experience. Date Time Location Room Cost Tuesday, June 24 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. SVC 703 $39

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PowerPoint 2010 with Sean Trachtman Plunge into the powerful capabilities of PowerPoint! You will be shown how to plan, develop and prepare graphic presentations. Become familiar with the use of multimedia, screen show controls and team review features as well as charting, graphing, graphics and auto clipart. Date Time Location Room Cost Thursday, August 14 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. SVC 703 $79

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Cooking Mexican Summer Delight with Karla Gomez Sample the unexpected flavors of Mexico that are born of its rich cultural heritage, diverse regions and an array of NEW spices that will make your taste buds smile. Recipes include: Pastel Azteca (Mexican casserole), Ensalada de Nopal con Queso Fresco (Nopal Salad with Queso Fresco), and Agua de Jamaica (hibiscus punch). Your class will close by eating the dishes prepared ― sure to send you home with new enthusiasm for this delicious provender. Address: 405 Arizona Street, Bisbee. Date Time Location Cost Saturday, June 7 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Boys & Girls Club $49 of Bisbee Kitchen

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Essentials of Peruvian Cooking with Karla Gomez Wake up your curious taste palate with exquisite Peruvian fare. From its coastal plains to its high plateaus in the Andes, the geography of Peru shapes its cuisine just as NEW much as its incredibly diverse heritage. Karla will help you prepare classic Peruvian dishes such as, Lomo Saltado (rib-eye steak with vegetables), rice, Papas a la Huancaina (potatoes with cheese and chili sauce), and Aguas fresca, (a combination of fruits, flowers, or seeds blended with sugar and water to a make light non-alcoholic beverage). Address: 405 Arizona Street, Bisbee. Date Time Location Cost Saturday, August 9 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Boys & Girls Club $49 of Bisbee Kitchen

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Nature Things That Make You Say, “Ouch!” with Jeff Babson Investigate the well-fortified flora and fauna that we share with the desert-bees, scorpions, rattlesnakes, poison ivy and NEW many others. The Sonoran Desert is full of many different kinds of plants and animals. Some of these desert dwellers protect themselves by methods that are rather unpopular with humans – biting or stinging, for example. Jeff offers a look at plants and animals that make us itch or exclaim “Ouch!” Date Time Location Room Cost Thursday, June 19 6 – 8 p.m. SVC 701 $19

Amazing Insects of Cochise County with Robert B. Parks Study the bizarre and much smaller world of insects in this two-part class to include lecture and field trip. From pests NEW to pollinators, drab to colorful, desert insects have a variety of fascinating features and purposes that are easily overlooked. Friday’s lecture will build an appreciation for these creatures and Saturday’s field trip will bring the lecture to life. Bring a notebook, pen/pencil and water. Wear weather appropriate clothing and comfortable outdoor walking shoes or boots, sunscreen and insect repellent. Saturday’s field trip will meet at the San Pedro House parking lot. Students are responsible for their own transportation. Date Time Location Room Cost Friday, August 8 5:30 – 7 p.m. SVC 702 $45 Saturday, August 9 8:30 – 11:30 a.m. San Pedro House Pkg Lot

Hummingbirds: Flying Jewels with Jeff Babson Catch a glimpse of the awe-inspiring hummingbirds. Their glittering colors, unparalleled flying abilities and interestNEW ing behaviors make them one of southern Arizona’s main birding attractions. In this family-friendly class, color slides and audio recordings are used to teach identification of hummingbirds and basic aspects of their biology. Do you want to attract these remarkable birds to your yard? You will also learn about plants for a hummingbird garden and the right sugar water mix for your nectar feeders. Date Time Location Room Cost Thursday, July 10 6 – 8 p.m. SVC 701 $19

Ghost Birds: Extinct and Endangered North American Birds with Jeff Babson Get a peek at the Passenger Pigeon, Carolina Parakeet and Great Auk. Sadly, these North American birds have disNEW appeared forever. This class will take a look at the loss of these birds, their legacy and other birds that are endangered. Jeff will share some success stories and discuss efforts being taken to prevent America’s lost and imperiled bird life from sinking into oblivion. Date Time Location Room Cost Thursday, August 14 6 – 8 p.m. SVC 701 $19

Wild Edible and Useful Plants with Vince Pinto Vincent Pinto, ethnobotanist, naturalist, and wildlife biologist, will be your guide in a detailed exploration of the wild edible and otherwise useful plants of the sky islands. This journey of discovery is aimed at increasing your knowledge about edible native plants and how various cultures of the southwest have employed these botanical treasures as their everyday menu. Vince will show you how to locate, identify, collect, process, safely cook and sample a wide range of delicious and nutritious wild plants. Further scrutiny will include plants traditionally used for fire-making, shelter, tools, music and more. Bring a notebook and pen/pencil, water, lunch and/or snacks. Wear weather appropriate clothing and comfortable outdoor walking shoes. *There is a required materials fee of $5 due to the instructor at the beginning of class. Course includes field trip to San Pedro House. Students are responsible for their own transportation. Date Time Location Room Cost Saturday, July 19 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. SVC 401 $59*

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Professional Development Build Your Own Website with Andy Ward Overcome the daunting challenge of building and maintaining a website. Andy will guide you through the process of setting up a professional, easy to maintain, free Word-Press website, in easy to understand, non-technical language. Emphasis will be given to hands-on experience. Date Time Location Room Cost Monday, May 19 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. SVC 703 $39

Developing the Grant Application with Jay Lane Focus on the basic concepts of every application process as you begin to develop your grant application in the second session of the grant writing series. You will conduct research on demographic information as well as other critical resources that are generally required in a basic grant application. During the class, you will begin preparing a grant application using the most appropriate narrative descriptions, need and problem statements and effective work plans. Date Time Location Room Cost Wednesday, June 11 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. SVC 703 $59

Supervisory and Leadership Certificate with Sally Klauss, Sid Downey and Mike Clawson Ensure the efficiency of your team. Whether you work in government, business or non-profit, your employees are the most important key to your success. The Supervisory and Leadership Certificate provides practical knowledge for new or experienced supervisors, front-line managers or anyone seeking a promotion to a management position. Once all seven units are completed, you will receive a Certificate of Achievement from Cochise College for six Continuing Education Units. The Supervisory and Leadership Certificate is an approved pre-requisite for ASU Bob Ramsey Executive Education Certified Public Manager® (CPM) Program. A brochure with more details is available at www.cochise.edu/cll. Part A: Online, June 2 – July 25 $395 Unit 1 - Understanding the Role of the Supervisor Unit 2 - Effective Delegation Unit 3 - Performance Management Unit 4 - Writing Performance Reviews Part B: Classroom, July 29 – August 14 Tuesday and Thursday, 5:15 - 9:15pm, SVC Unit 5 - Effective Communication, July 29 and 31 Unit 6 - Basics of Employment Law, August 5 and 7 Unit 7 - Effective Group Management and Conflict Resolution, August 12 and 14

Completing the Grant Application with Jay Lane Complete your individual application in the final session of the grant writing series. A peer review and discussion session, along with individual instruction will occur. All aspects of budgeting and evaluation of grant applications will be discussed. Finally, you will be given information on what occurs after a grant award is received, the proper way of dealing with staff as well as reporting and compliance issues. Now, you will be ready to send your completed grant application to a grant agency. Date Time Location Room Cost Wednesday, June 18 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. SVC 703 $59 Administrative Assistant Applications with Becky and Tony Swaim Discover how time management, accounting, business law, organizational behavior and personnel management affect administrative assistant responsibilities and activities. Learn the basics of accounting, including the general ledger and key accounting terms, and see how financial statements and controls help keep your organization moving in a positive direction. Understand the fundamentals of business law, contracts, and the principal-agency relationship; discover ethics and organizational politics; and understand the basics of human resources management. Date Time Location Cost June 18 – July 30 Your Convenience Online – ed2go $89

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Researching the Grant Opportunity with Jay Lane Get started with the research―the first of three sessions in our grant writing series. Your class will be dedicated to research on local, state, federal and private funding opportunities. You will be shown how to obtain the necessary information to match your organization's needs to potential funding agencies. There will be time to search through thousands of federal and private foundation sites as well as examine the state and local funding possibilities. At the end of the class, you will have selected a grant agency and conducted the necessary research in order to match your organization's needs with that of the funder. In the next session, the grant application writing process will begin. Date Time Location Room Cost Wednesday, June 4 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. SVC 703 $59

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Build a Business Facebook Presence with Andy Ward Apply the powerful marketing tools of social media. You can learn how to create a winning Facebook business page and successfully market your business through it. This workshop offers hands-on experience for setting up a new Facebook business page, building an audience and posting engaging information, all offered in easy to understand, non-technical language. Date Time Location Room Cost Monday, June 23 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. SVC 703 $39

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Special Interest Introduction to Photography with Felix Fimbres Boost the quality of your photographic images FAVE and impress family and friends. The best shots often follow basic rules of composition that you can learn to apply to your images. Bring a camera, notepad and pen/pencil to class. Class has five sessions. NO CLASS ON JUNE 21. Date Time Saturdays, May 24 – June 28 1 – 3 p.m. Location Room Cost SVC 702 $69

The Ludlow Massacre: An American Labor Legacy with Glenn Minuth Gain understanding about why April 20, 1914 will forever be a day of infamy in NEW the fabric of American labor. Ludlow, Colorado, a National Historic Landmark, is the site of a tragic clash between coal miners and militia, business and labor. Glenn will share information about how corporate and government politics united to cause this event, and the lessons that still reverberate throughout our nation in the ongoing debate for workplace fairness and equality. Date Time Location Room Cost Thursday, July 17 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. SVC 702 $10

Camera Fundamentals with Felix Fimbres Become better acquainted with many of the features on your digital camera. Felix provides an introduction to the basic operation of a Single Lens Reflex (both film and digital), use of aperture controls, shutter controls, light meter, manual operation, flash and how different lenses affect your images. The objective of this course is to teach you the use of SLR (film/digital) cameras and flash. Film cameras not recommended because of the increased cost associated with developing and digitizing the images. Class has five sessions. NO CLASS ON JUNE 21. Date Time Location Room Cost Saturdays, May 24 – June 28 4 – 6 p.m. SVC 702 $69

Down to Your Roots – An Introduction to Genealogy Research with Jean Walker Dig into your roots and acquire information about your family history. Jean is an experienced genealogist. She FAVE will show you how to get started and explore six ways in which you can begin to collect data about your family history. She will also cover record keeping and a variety of source documents that you might find throughout your genealogical research. Date Time Location Room Cost Tuesday, August 12 and 5 – 8 p.m. SVC 702 $39 Thursday, August 14

Publish and Sell Your E-Books with Linda Aksomitis Whether you're a first-timer or have already put out an e-book or two, this course puts you inside the publishing industry, sharing the tricks of the trade used by traditional publishers to make sure their books are in the best position to be found by readers. You can learn how to target your reading audience, select bookstores, get your book distributed around the world, and even have your book added to your local library's virtual shelves. By the end of this course, you can have your publishing dreams come true by selling an e-book. Date Time Location Cost June 18 – July 30 Your Convenience Online – ed2go $89

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Get Paid to Talk: Make Money with Your Voice with Voice Coaches Determine how to be successful and make a rewarding living through voice-over work for television, film, radio, the Internet and more. Learn about the basics, including preparing the allimportant demo! You’ll even record a commercial with our Voicecoaches.com producer! Date Time Location Room Cost Monday, August 18 6:30 – 9 p.m. SVC 702 $29

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Trips and Tours Overnight trips have individual registration deadlines and refund policies due to logistical issues and third party confirmation requirements. Take note of this information in the course descriptions. Mineral Creek – Gila Cliff Dwellings with Glenn Minuth Celebrate “Great Outdoors Day” with a trip to the Mineral Creek and Gila Cliff Dwellings near Silver City, New Mexico. NEW SITES First, hike the scenic Mineral Creek Trail, traversing the “narrows” section, where your guide, Glenn Minuth, will discuss the geology that creates the colorful volcanic rock and small waterfalls. The next day, enjoy a scenic journey to the Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument and hike to the Cliff Dweller Canyon. Discussion will cover what is known about the Mogollon People who built the dwellings. The Cliff Dweller Canyon Trail is rated an easy half mile hike along the canyon bottom to a viewpoint of the dwellings. However, to reach the actual dwellings, you must hike 175 feet up a rocky trail (rated moderate by the trip leader). Complete itinerary and packing list will be provided prior to trip. Bring a picnic lunch and snacks. Friday night dinner is no host in Silver City. Registration includes instructional guide and one night lodging with breakfast at Holiday Inn Express. *Registration and payments must be made no later than May 30 - no refunds after this date. Date Time Location Cost Friday, June 13 8 a.m. departure SVC, Parking Lot D $200 dbl Saturday, June 14 7 p.m. approx. return SVC, Parking Lot D $250 sgl Amazing Arizona Astronomy - Summer Skies with Vince Pinto Casting your eyes upward to our summer skies, you no doubt marvel at the beauty and mystery of the cosmos. Do you, however, know what you’re looking at? Is that a star or a planet? Is it a galaxy or a star cluster? What is the typical life of a star? These and many other questions will be considered in this trek into the amazing skies of southeastern Arizona. Amateur astronomer Vincent Pinto will use a combination of high-tech equipment, as well as various myths associated with the constellations, to help you know your way around the night sky as never before. See several planets as well, including spectacular Saturn! This is an outdoor class. Wear weather appropriate clothing and walking shoes. Quality of night viewing is dependent on weather conditions. Class location is a nature sanctuary approximately one hour from Sierra Vista. Students are responsible for their personal transportation. Directions to class location will be given upon registration. Date Time Location Cost Saturday, June 21 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. Raven’s Way Wild Journeys $19 C E N TE R

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Las Cienagas Natural History Field Trip with Vince Pinto Encounter one of our region’s most beautiful and diverse natural areas with naturalist and wildlife biologist Vince Pinto. He will lead you through a detailed exploration of Las Cienagas where thousands of acres of rare habitat and animals, including reintroduced black-tailed prairie dogs and pronghorns, are protected. In this guided tour, you can learn about the area's birds, native plants, invertebrates and conservation initiatives during a relaxed walk of about two to three miles round-trip. There will be ample opportunity to observe the area's unique wildlife. Transportation provided. Wear weather appropriate clothing, sunscreen, hat and comfortable outdoor walking shoes. Bring a day pack with lunch, snacks and plenty of water. Date Time Location Cost Saturday, July 12 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. SVC, Parking Lot D $59 Sky Islands Monsoon Naturalist’s Saunter with Vince Pinto Probe Arizona's incomparable sky islands with wildlife biologist, ethnobotanist, and naturalist Vincent Pinto. Your escapade will begin at Raven's Nest Nature Sanctuary, NEW where you can comb the lush mesquite woodlands and native grasslands for intriguing wildlife and unique plants. Lunch will be at the African-style safari camp. After lunch, you will leave Raven’s Nest for a relaxed natural history trip to Sonoita Creek State Natural Area and Patagonia Lake State Park to pursue more unique flora and fauna. This saunter is slow to moderate with the focus on learning about the multitude of species you may meet during the lushness of monsoon season. The terrain at Raven's Nest Nature Sanctuary and at Patagonia Lake will be mostly flat with moderate hills. At Sonoita Creek State Natural Area, expect more rocky terrain as well as a few short, but steep hills. Total walking distance for the day will be about 3 miles. Transportation provided. Wear weather appropriate clothing, sunscreen, hat and comfortable outdoor walking shoes. Bring a day pack with lunch, snacks and plenty of water. Date Time Location Cost Saturday, July 26 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. approx. SVC, Parking Lot D $69

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Wellness Stretchercize with Barbara Bugbee Get ready for your day by stretching, flexing and toning your muscles. This classic course has developed a stretching program ideal for you! You can join this 15-week class at any time. Bring your own mat. No class on Monday, May 26 – Memorial Day. Date Time Location Cost Mondays, Tuesdays, 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. SVC Fitness Center $13 Thursdays, May 5 – August 28 Core on the Floor with Karla Hansen from Fitness Friend, LLC Strengthening your abdominal, back and pelvic muscles will help you improve your everyday physical activity. Karla will teach you a variety of exercises using weights, balance and stretch to fortify your core muscles. Class is intended for those with limited physical capabilities. Class has 11 sessions. Date Time Location Cost Wednesdays, 9 – 10 a.m. SVC Fitness Center $69 May 28 - August 6 Small Group Senior Fitness with Karla Hansen from Fitness Friend, LLC Improve mobility through weekly routines specialized to particular physical limitations. Karla will provide one-on-one attention to students in this small group class intended for those with very limited physical capabilities. Class has 11 sessions and is limited to six students. Date Time Location Cost Wednesdays, 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. SVC Fitness Center $69 May 28 – August 6 Yoga with Macaela with Macaela Cashman Reap benefits, reduce stress and experience yoga. As you may know, yoga means “yoke” or union, finding balance, joining together body, mind and spirit. Despite preconceptions, you do not need to be flexible to do yoga. Macaela will show you variations of the poses so you can adjust your practice to meet your needs. This class will be gentle and meditative while toning and strengthening. You’ve heard, “no pain, no gain?” Macaela’s mantra is, “No pain, no pain is our aim!” You can learn to listen to your body for better health and overall awareness. Each block has seven sessions. Date Time Location Cost Block One: 5 – 6 p.m. SVC Fitness Center $70 Wednesdays, May 28 – July 9 Block Two: 5 – 6 p.m. SVC Fitness Center $70 Wednesdays, July 16 – August 27

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Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) New Certification with Neil Gago Gain the knowledge and skills necessary to evaluate and manage the first 10 minutes of a witnessed adult ventricular fibrillation cardiac arrest. This course covers the skills and didactic information needed to handle a cardiac arrest. Other essentials of the course are contained in the 10 core ACLS cases: respiratory arrest, pulseless ventricular fibrillation/ventricular tachycardia (VF/VT) treated with an AED, VF/VT refractory to initial defibrillation, pulseless electrical activity, asystole, acute coronary syndromes, bradycardia, stable tachycardia, unstable tachycardia and acute ischemic stroke. Students successfully completing the knowledge and skills evaluations in accordance with the curriculum of this AHA course are eligible to receive the ACLS course completion card. This is a twoday class. Date Time Location Room Cost Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. SVC 702 $175 June 19 and 20 Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. SVC 702 $175 August 21 and 22 Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Recertification with Neil Gago Get recertified and refresh your knowledge about the skills necessary to evaluate and manage the first 10 minutes of a witnessed adult ventricular fibrillation cardiac arrest. This course covers the skills and didactic information needed to handle a cardiac arrest. Other essentials of the course are contained in the 10 core ACLS cases: respiratory arrest, pulseless ventricular fibrillation/ventricular tachycardia (VF/VT) treated with an AED, VF/VT refractory to initial defibrillation, pulseless electrical activity, asystole, acute coronary syndromes, bradycardia, stable tachycardia, unstable tachycardia and acute ischemic stroke. Students successfully completing the knowledge and skills evaluations in accordance with the curriculum of this AHA course are eligible to receive the ACLS course completion card. This is a one-day class. Date Time Location Room Cost Friday, May 23 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. SVC 702 $125 Friday, July 25 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. SVC 702 $125

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Wellness Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) New Certification with Neil Gago The Pediatric Advanced Life Support Course presents the American Heart Association's standards and guidelines for management of the pediatric patient in respiratory distress, shock and/or cardiopulmonary failure. Lecture and lab simulations are used to promote effective learning of essential skills. Those who successfully complete the knowledge and skills evaluations in accordance with the curriculum of this AHA course are eligible to receive the PALS course completion card. This is a two-day class. Date Time Location Room Cost Thursday and Friday, May 8 and 9 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. SVC 702 $175 Thursday and Friday, July 10 and 11 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. SVC 702 $175

Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Recertification with Neil Gago Get recertified and refresh your knowledge about the skills necessary to evaluate and manage the first 10 minutes of a witnessed adult ventricular fibrillation cardiac arrest. This course covers the skills and didactic information needed to handle a cardiac arrest. Other essentials of the course are contained in the 10 core ACLS cases: respiratory arrest, pulseless ventricular fibrillation/ventricular tachycardia (VF/VT) treated with an AED, VF/VT refractory to initial defibrillation, pulseless electrical activity, asystole, acute coronary syndromes, bradycardia, stable tachycardia, unstable tachycardia and acute ischemic stroke. Students successfully completing the knowledge and skills evaluations in accordance with the curriculum of this AHA course are eligible to receive the ACLS course completion card. This is a one-day class. Date Time Location Room Cost Friday, June 6 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. SVC 702 $125 Friday, August 8 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. SVC 702 $125 American Heart Association — Heartsaver Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers with Neil Gago Basic life support will cover CPR for adult, infant and child as well as the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) in accordance with AHA guidelines. Core material covered will be: adult, child, and infant CPR, ventilations with a barrier device, 1 and 2 rescuer techniques, use of the bag-valve mask, automated external defibrillation (AED), and aid for choking victims. Students successfully completing this course will qualify for a two-year certification. Date Time Location Room Cost Saturday, July 12 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. SVC 702 $49 American Heart Association — Heartsaver First Aid, CPR and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) with Neil Gago Learn to manage illness and injuries within their first few minutes until professional help arrives. This class is for any person who wants to learn important life-saving skills or has a duty to respond to a first aid or cardiac emergency because of job responsibilities or regulatory requirements. Course content includes general principles of CPR and AED, and first aid for medical and injury emergencies. Students successfully completing this course will qualify for a two-year certification. Date Time Location Room Cost Saturday, August 9 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. SVC 702 $69

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Community Outreach MAKE OUR TEAM YOUR TEAM! FROM A TO Z, WE HAVE WHAT YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS TO SUCCEED. The Cochise College Small Business Development Center is staffed with professional business counselors, analysts and technology specialists who are dedicated to helping you succeed. Our partnerships with the SBA and the Association of Small Business Development Centers put nationwide resources within your reach. Due to funding from the SBA and Cochise College together with their continued commitment to community outreach, we provide without cost, one-on-one business counseling. Our mission is to help small businesses in Cochise County achieve success. To accomplish this goal, we provide a variety of confidential services and referrals to small-business owners and entrepreneurs in Cochise County.

Bob Mucci, Business Analyst; Mark Schmitt, Director; Rachel Norton, Administrative Assistant.

Our office is located on the Sierra Vista Campus of Cochise College although we extend outreach to all of Cochise County. We're here to help make your business a success, and through your success, help improve the economy of our communities. Call (520) 515-5478 or (800) 966-7943, ext. 5478 to find out more or to make an appointment.

FREE HEALTHY LIVING WORKSHOP The Healthy Living workshop can teach you the skills you need to manage your condition and get your life back. Supported by Arizona Department of Health Services, Cochise Health and Social Services and Wellness Depot-Sierra Vista Regional Health Center Contact Suzanne at 432-9493 for registration information.

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Bestsellers Making Wire-Wrapped Jewelry — June 3 iPad Navigation and Apps — June 17 Wild Edible and Useful Plants — July 19 Introduction to Photography — begins May 17 Yoga with Macaela — begins May 28

Upcoming Trips and Tours Mineral Creek – Gila Cliff Dwellings — June 13 Amazing Arizona Astronomy – Summer Skies — June 21 Las Cienagas Natural History Field Trip — July 12 Sky Islands Monsoon Naturalists Saunter — July 26

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