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This Spring! check out our

NEW!

Floral Design courses Living Jewelry

Cascade Wedding Bouquet

ARTDE 116

4/11

ARTDE 117

4/18

T

6-8PM

$28

Corsages and Boutonnieres

4/25

5/2

T

6-8PM

$30

Large Urn and Floral Arrangement Construction T

6-8PM

$30

Hand-tied Wedding Bouquet ARTDE 118

ARTDE 119

ARTDE 120

5/9

T

6-8PM

$24

T

6-8PM

$24

Growing a Cutting Garden T

6-8PM

$50

ARTDE 121

5/16

For more class information, see page 18

Corporate/Customized Training Whether your organization requires a one-day workshop or an in-depth program of ongoing training and instruction, Community Colleges of Spokane’s Center for Workforce & Continuing Education (CWCE) offers corporate educational expertise and flexible training solutions to meet all of your unique business needs.

Let us help you assess and tailor your training to suit your employees and your organization. To gain immediate measurable returns on your training investment, contact: 509-533-8476 | ce@ccs.spokane.edu


Explore our website www.ccs.spokane.edu/workforce Facebook.com/ccscwce

Spring registration opens Jan. 31st Call 509-279-6030 to register

We welcome new instructors!

• TABLE OF CONTENTS • Business & Professional Development.......2 Certificate Programs............................................5 Social Media & Marketing...................................7

Do you have expertise or a hobby you are passionate about? Do you have experience and expertise you want to share with others? Do you feel there are community members who are interested in your topic and who want to learn?

Computers & Technology................................... 8

• Basics of Grant Writing

• Microsoft Office 2013

Continuing Education

• Adult Family Home Administrator

for the Environmental Sciences (CEES).......... 16

• Dementia Specialty

Personal Interest.........................................18

• Mental Health Specialty

• German

• Russian

Music................................................................... 19

• Home Brewing

• Jewelry Making

Photography....................................................... 20

• Spokane History

Fitness & Sports................................................. 22

• 3D Printing

Special Interest................................................... 26

Teacher Education............................................. 10 Health & Medical................................................13

Art & Design....................................................... 18

If you are qualified to teach a class listed above, please email ce@ccs.spokane.edu or call 509-533-8483.

Foreign Language.............................................. 26 Registration and Information....................28

Meet Patrick Bisson Patrick Bisson teaches Small Business Boot Camp for the Center for Workforce & Continuing Education and is also an adjunct instructor for the Business program at Spokane Community College. Bisson is an active entrepreneur who bootstrapped his own business into a million dollar company, and eventually sold it for profit. CWCE recently orchestrated a Youth Entrepreneur Camp as well as creative enterprise training for local artists, both programs having Bisson as the lead instructor. Small Business Boot Camp has been offered for 5 quarters and is an 8 week workshop that is designed to help participants kick start a successful small business. For more information on Small Business Boot Camp see page 6 or call 533.8482.

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Business & Professional Development Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers

Applying Lean Sigma Practices to HR Functions

This course explains financial concepts and accounting processes used in most businesses and provides practical techniques that increase your effectiveness. Understand the seven steps in the accounting cycle and use financial information in decision making. BUSPD 101 4/3-4/28 ARR ARR $195

Find out about Lean concepts, tools, and methods with which you can benchmark and assess problems, and lead continuous improvement efforts to resolve them. After taking this course you will have an expanded capacity to facilitate small groups and teams using Lean Process Improvement principles and methodologies to create change within your organization.

BUSPD 101 6/5-6/30 Online

ARR

ARR

$195

BUSPD 189 5/1-5/26

ARR

Advanced Data Analysis

Online

This course teaches you to perform inquiries useful to your business or organization, and the skill necessary to communicate results through graphs and text. Take the guesswork out of important company decisions and make decisions based on statistically significant information. Whether your business is home-based or a large company, this class will take you to the next level. BUSPD 102 6/5-6/30 ARR ARR $195

Boosting Your Website Traffic

Online

Project Management: Competencies & Structure

ARR

$245

Acquire the basic skills to boost your website traffic. Learn how to analyze your visitor traffic, use search engine optimization to get greater visibility in Google searches, and redesign your website copy to increase your visitors and results. BUSPD 106 5/1-5/26 Online

ARR

ARR

$195

Cash is King Cash is the biggest factor in business success. Discover how to manage cash flow success. BUSPD 167 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $195 Online

Change Management Skills for Human Resource Professionals HR professionals are increasingly being asked to develop the personal skills and attitudes for implementing change as well as a technical understanding of how to apply the tools for change. In this class participants will learn how to successfully plan, implement, communicate, create employee involvement and commitment, and add value during change. BUSPD 190 5/1-5/26

Get the practical and insightful knowledge you need to plan, execute, and close a project successfully. Your abilities as a project manager depend on understanding the competencies and structure of project management. Through discussion, facilitation, and practical exercises you will understand how to integrate and apply the PMBOK® Guide into effective processes for establishing priorities and proactively managing your projects. Contact CWCE to be placed on the interest list:

509-533-8482.

Professional Development Units (21 PDUs) awarded upon completion.Our instructor is a PMI® Registered Education Provider.

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Online

ARR

ARR

$245

Creative Problem Solving In today’s business environment, employers expect employees to have a solid set of interpersonal skills. Acquire the ability to solve problems quickly and effectively. BUSPD 174 5/1-5/26 Online

ARR

ARR

$195

Cyber Security for Managers Be proactive against cyber terrorism. This course covers common attacks including viruses, malware, and spyware in addition to intrusion detection, prevention, and disaster recovery planning. BUSPD 111 5/1-5/26 Online

ARR

ARR

$195

Spring 2017


Introduction to Data Analysis

Growing Your Business with Self-Publishing

Data analysis is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after skills in the workplace. Companies have vast amounts of data, but it is rare to have someone with the ability to analyze these data to see trends and make predictions. BUSPD 124 4/3-4/28 ARR ARR $195

A book can help you expand your business in the way no form of advertising can. Find out how. BUSPD 175 4/3-4/28 ARR ARR $195

BUSPD 124 6/5-6/30 Online

ARR

ARR

$195

Intermediate Data Analysis Look at relationships between variables and product recognition as it relates to subsequent product purchase. This Intermediate Data Analysis course introduces statistics behind group differences and relationships. BUSPD 122 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $195

Online

Developing Your Leadership Skills This course is for future and emerging leaders in Generation Y. Discover the key concepts of being a leader and best strategies for developing leadership skills. Learn the unspoken secrets of leaders and strategies they employ for influencing others. BUSPD 113 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $195

Online

Effective Copywriting Come away with the tools and techniques you need to improve your copywriting skills and learn how to avoid the common writing mistakes that can hold you back. BUSPD 191 5/1-5/26

Online

ARR

ARR

$195

Executive Leadership in the 21st Century Get information on how the marketplace and business is changing and what 21st century executives need to know. BUSPD 172 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $395

Online

Extraordinary Customer Service Extraordinary customer service comes from focusing on the essential elements that yield big results. Discover how easy it is to tweak your customer service from the ordinary to the extraordinary. BUSPD 117 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $145

Online

Online

Improving Email Promotions Find out how to analyze your email response rates including open rates and click through rates. Learn how to improve your email promotion and responses with tracking when to email, what to email, and testing email copy. COMTE 136 6/5-6/30 ARR ARR $195

Online

Keys to Customer Service Discover the direct relationship between customer service skills and career achievement. Become skilled at being an exceptional service provider. BUSPD 128 6/5-6/30 ARR ARR $145

Online

Leadership Principles Become an effective leader and discover your style of leadership. Learn about task completion, building relationships with subordinates, becoming socially perceptive to changes in the workplace, utilizing your emotions in a positive and effective manner, and addressing challenging goals. BUSPD 129 4/3-4/28 ARR ARR $145

Online

Management Boot Camp This is a course for supervisors, managers, and emerging leaders who want to enhance their management skills. Develop clear expectations, engage and motivate employees, and increase your effectiveness.WW BUSPD 135 4/3-4/28 ARR ARR $295 BUSPD 135 6/5-6/30 Online

ARR

ARR

$295

Negotiation: Get What You Want Negotiation is a key skill for success in business and everyday life. Understanding negotiation strategies helps clarify what you want, prioritize needs, and ensure you gain what is essential. Learn skills that help others get what they want to improve relationships and increase your success in the future. Learn to plan, implement, and win in the bargaining process. BUSPD 141 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $195

Google Analytics

Online

If you are not reviewing your website statistics, then you are missing several key opportunities to profit from website traffic. Aimed at nontechnical users, this course teaches you how to use website analytics on the world-standard Google Analytics, a free online tool. BUSPD 119 6/5-6/30 ARR ARR $195

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Fundamentals

Online

For registration information see page 26

Learn to manage your emotional and psychological states to eliminate fear and anxiety, replace negative behaviors with positive ones, and establish rapport in your personal and professional relationships. BUSPD 142 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $175

Online

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Office Operations

The Business Plan

Discover strategies for focusing on specific office outcomes and operating a high-functioning office. Office operations refer to the administration and management of office business practices to support the highest level of efficiency and productivity within an organization. Learn how to design, implement, evaluate, and maintain the process of work within your office. BUSPD 197 6/5-6/30 ARR ARR $195

This course teaches basics of the entrepreneurial planning process, culminating in the development of an early-stage business plan. By preparing your business concept, building your plan, and evaluating your business for feasibility you gain knowledge critical for business start-up and development. BUSPD 150 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $195

Online

Onboarding New Employees Ensure a smooth transition from best candidate to star employee. Onboarding is the process of socializing new employees into the organization. BUSPD 171 4/3-4/28 ARR ARR $195 BUSPD 171 6/5-6/30

ARR

Online

ARR

$195

Revenue Generation for Nonprofits Learn to increase revenue from your current activities and develop strategies for building new ones. Effectively set prices or fees and understand the 20 percent that generates 80 percent of your revenue. BUSPD 147 4/3-5/26 ARR ARR $495

Online

Online

Your Workplace, Your Employees & The Law Designed for non-lawyers, this course will provide business owners, managers, supervisors, and HR professionals with a roadmap for effectively handling complicated employee-related issues that affect today’s legal-prone work environment. BUSPD 200 5/1-5/26

ARR

Online

ARR

$195

Anytime, anywhere—many classes available online. For additional class information and registration, go online:

www.ccs.spokane.edu/ContinuingEd

Gardening Series this Spring!

NEW! Basic Vegetable Gardening CEES 115

4/6

CEES 115

4/20

CEES 115

4/27

TH 5-8PM

Marketing Your Urban Garden Produce $10

CEES 117

TH 5-8PM

$10

Pruning and Grafting Fruit Trees

TH 5-8PM

$10

Northeast Community Center West Central Location TBA

East Central Community Center 3/29

W 6-9PM

M

5-8PM

CEES 113

3/31-4/1

FSA ARR

$15

$100

Class times: Friday: 6-8PM, Saturday: 8:30AM-4:30PM Spokane Community College, Bldg 8, Rm 104

Urban Market Garden

Caring for Urban Trees CEES 112

5/22

West Central Neighborhood TBA

$25

Spokane Community College, Bldg 8, Rm 104

Dealing with Fruit Tree Pests CEES 116

3/27

M 6-9PM

$25

CEES 116

4/19

W 6-9PM

$25

CEES 114

4/5-5/31

T

6-9PM

$100

Spokane Community College, Bldg 8, Rm 104

What’s that Plant? Hands-on Plant ID CEES 118

4/5-6/14

T

4-7PM

$125

Spokane Community College, Bldg 8, Rm 104

Spokane Community College, Bldg 8, Rm 104

For more course information, contact CWCE Program Coordinator at 533-8483. 4

Spring 2017


Certificate Programs Business Coaching Certificate

Certificate in Data Analysis

Mentoring and coaching are frequently used in organizations to improve leadership competencies and provide employee support. Acquire skills in the development, implementation, and support of coaching and mentoring programs in your workplace. CRTPG 101 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $395

Data Analysis is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after skills in the workplace. Companies have vast amounts of data, but it is rare to have someone with the ability to analyze that data to see trends and make predictions. Add a whole new skill set to your portfolio, and make a big difference in the success of your organization by acquiring data analysis skills. CRTPG 104 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $495

Online

Business Research Certificate Specific knowledge is often needed to succeed in researching and utilizing the best data for decision making. Obtain skills needed to effectively communicate research results for effective decision making. For business professionals, entrepreneurs, and anyone who needs specific information about a business or information about a particular topic. This course gives specific knowledge needed to succeed in a research quest. CRTPG 102 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $495

Online

Certificate in Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers Every successful person in the workplace utilizes financial information to aid effective decision making. The Certificate in Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers explains the financial concepts and accounting processes used in most businesses and will provide practical techniques that will increase your effectiveness and career. CRTPG 142 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $495

Online

Certificate in Business Writing Begin with understanding the format, construction, and successful techniques of writing good business reports and proposals. Then improve your skills with editing and proofreading. Finally, discover what good journalists know. Learn how to write a news story, press release or other publicity notice that zings. CRTPG 143 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $495

Online

Certificate in Customer Service Whether it relates to retaining customers, serving your audience, or turning inquiries from potential customers into sales, good customer service is now one of the central factors in organizational success. Learn to improve your customer service skills to enhance your career skill set, improve productivity, and increase your organization’s success. CRTPG 144 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $245

Online

Contact CWCE at 533-8476 to see about providing any of these classes in-person for your business. For registration information see page 26

Online

Certificate in Google Tools Learn more about Google Analytics, Google apps for business, and Google+. Acquire new tips and techniques for greater productivity, effectiveness and even profitability for your work. CRTPG 146 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $495

Online

Certificate in Leadership Development This certificate provides practical information on advancing leadership potential and making a difference in the workplace. Find out what it takes to become an effective leader and discover your style of leadership. CRTPG 106 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $395

Online

Certificate in Nonprofit Administration Non-profits today need to be run like a business in many respects. You have competition, a need to generate income and a surplus, and staff need to be even more productive. Get the best training on revenue generation and program evaluation for nonprofits. CRTPG 107 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $595

Online

Certificate in Office Operations Efficient office operations can mean the difference between being in the black and being in the red. The strategies and benchmarks of office operations increases the productivity of every person in your organization. Position yourself in your organization as the one who knows what to get done, and how to get things done in office operations. CRTPG 137 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $495

Online

Certificate in Presentation Media Whether your presentation is online or in-person, presentation media not only enhance your message but often make your message successful. Find out how to use Prezi, the new slide software that goes beyond one-dimensional presentations, and the finer points of Photoshop for presentations. CRTPG 147 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $495

Online

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Certificate in Workplace Communication

Small Business Boot Camp

Good communication in the workplace is more important than ever, and critical to your career advancement and success. Take back a workable conflict management model, along with successful and practical conflict management strategies, then work with a pro to learn how to improve your negotiation skills. Finally, find out more about yourself and others using personality profiles for better work performance. CRTPG 148 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $595

Small Business Boot Camp is an accelerated program that enables you to take the next step in launching your small business. Small Business Boot Camp prepares you to utilize local resources available to small businesses, determine the viability of your small business plan or business idea, establish your start-up costs, find customers, and market to your audience. The CCS Foundation has generously provided scholarships to help registration costs for the first 20 participants: Pay only $250 for this 8 week workshop to success. Patrick Bisson

Online

Executive Leadership Certificate Executives today need to know traditional leadership principles and standard practices. Leaders today require a new perspective on the external environment, as well as new tools to lead one’s internal organizational structure. CRTPG 138 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $695

CRTPG 131 4/3-6/30 TTH 5:30-8:00PM

$395

Spokane Community College, Bldg 1, Rm 131

The CCS Foundation has generously provided scholarships to help registration costs for the first 20 participants: Pay only $250 for this 8 week workshop to success.

Online

Social Media for Business Certificate

Flagger/Traffic Control

From Facebook to Twitter, blogging, YouTube, LinkedIn and more, discover the new principles of communication that apply across all networks. Learn how social networks are used to develop a two-way communication and marketing strategy for your organization. CRTPG 119 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $495

Earn your Washington State Traffic Control card in just eight hours. Course is designed with lecture and hands-on training to meet required state certification. Certification card issued upon completion of the course, but must be renewed every three years. Dan Gadd CRTPG 113 Cindy Close

CRTPG 113 Dan Gadd

CRTPG 113

4/10

M 8AM-4:30PM $75

5/5

M 8AM-4:30PM $75

6/12

M 8AM-4:30PM $75

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 121

Mobile Marketing Certificate You will learn how mobile marketing can increase your capabilities to retain current customers and gain new ones. Find out about proximity marketing, mobile marketing metrics, and developing a mobile marketing campaign for your organization. CRTPG 118 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $595

Online

Online

Supervisory and Leadership Certificate Get practical, easy to understand, and insightful methods for new and experienced supervisors and managers. Learn about effective delegation, performance management, and writing performance reviews. CRTPG 120 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $395

Online

Video Marketing Certificate Video marketing is the latest marketing trend; when done correctly a video can tell a story, and stories connect people. Sight, sound, and motion are much more compelling than static words on a page. CRTPG 121 4/3-6/30 ARR ARR $395

Online

Brewers’ Series

June 16, 2017 - $59

Local Beer. Fresh Food. 6

Enjoy local beer while learning to prepare your very own meal-pairing! Classes led by local brewers or their staff on education of craft beer. incaafterdark.scc.spokane.edu or call 509-533-8483 for more information. Spring 2017


Social Media & Marketing Creating Cell Phone Apps for Your Business

Introduction to Mobile Marketing

Savvy organizations across the globe are investing in building cell phone apps for reaching customers. Learn step-by-step instructions on how nontechnical users can build, deploy, and market smartphone applications across Android, iPhone, and Blackberry platforms. BUSPD 110 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $245

Find out about location-based marketing, mobile payments, QR codes, applications, and mobile coupons. Learn how mobile marketing can increase your capabilities to retain current customers and gain new ones. BUSPD 126 4/3-4/28 ARR ARR $195

Online

BUSPD 126 6/5-6/30 Online

Facebook for Business Discover what goes on behind the scenes on Facebook Pages and learn to increase the chances your message is seen and acted upon. Create a marketing message for the Facebook platform and integrate Facebook across all marketing areas. This advanced class assumes you have started a page on Facebook and you have basic knowledge of the platform. BUSPD 118 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $245

Online

Learn how to make hashtags work for you, how to make and keep your followers happy, and how a small input can cause exponential growth. COMTE 133 4/3-4/28 ARR ARR $195 Online

ARR

ARR

$195

Learn what social networks are and their role in your business and personal life. Find out the top sites and how businesses are using them for communication, customer retention, branding, marketing, market research, needs assessment, and serving customers and clients. BUSPD 127 4/3-4/28 ARR ARR $195 Online

$195

Twitter Learn to take advantage of the unique opportunities Twitter offers, discover the best ways to create relationships, and network with your key constituents. COMTE 116 4/3-4/28 ARR ARR $195 COMTE 116 6/5-6/30 Online

ARR

ARR

$195

Discover the power of video for your organization, and how to use video as a marketing tool to reach and serve more people. Find out what types of video work best on YouTube, how other businesses use YouTube, how to create your own YouTube channel, and the techniques of adding captions, annotations, and other extra features. BUSPD 155 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $245

Online

Introduction to Social Media

BUSPD 127 6/5-6/30

ARR

YouTube for Business

Instagram for Business

COMTE 133 6/5-6/30

ARR

ARR

ARR

$195

Video Marketing This course teaches you to use simple online videos to quickly bond with your viewer, drive traffic to your website, boost business, and build brand awareness. Find out how to shoot simple and effective videos without costly fancy equipment or savvy technical skills. BUSPD 153 4/3-4/28 ARR ARR $245 BUSPD 153 6/5-6/30 Online

Marketing Using Social Media

ARR

ARR

$245

Develop a two-way communication and marketing strategy for your organization using social networks. Learn quick and easy ways to use social media to engage your customers or clients and learn what’s right for your organization. BUSPD 138 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $195

Online

CWCE Self-Paced Online Courses

New!

• Business Ethics for the Office

• Customer Service

• Employee Accountability

• Public Speaking

• And more!

Early Bird Special (while seats available) January 31st - February 17th: $49 Regular: $69

For registration information see page 26

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Computers & Technology Designing Successful Webinars

Excel 2013 — Intermediate

Webinars are a new meeting format that save money and reach more people than in-person meetings. They can be used for customer education, staff meetings and training, presentations, virtual seminars and much more. BUSPD 112 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $195

Expand your knowledge of Excel’s robust commands to create advanced workbooks capable of extracting actionable information from raw data. Explore higher-level functionality to customize the Excel environment, create complex formulas and analyze data using tables, charts, and specialty formatting. Parking fee required. COMTE 124 4/28 F 9AM-4PM $150

Online

Excel 2013 — Foundations Gain a foundational understanding of the basic functions and features of Excel 2013. Learn how to efficiently track and analyze data utilizing the program’s powerful commands and settings to develop electronic worksheets, calculate simple formulas, apply formatting, and employ time-saving tools like the new Flash Fill. Parking fee required. COMTE 123 4/21 F 9AM-4PM $150

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 121

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 121

Excel 2013 — Advanced Tap into the full power of Excel to interpret in-depth data. Discover how to automate complex and repetitive tasks, construct elaborate formulas, link and consolidate multiple workbooks, create interactive forms, forecast goals, and collaborate with colleagues. Parking fee required. COMTE 121 5/5 F 9AM-4PM $150

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 121

Excel 2013 — Bundle Deal!

For additional class information and registration, go online: www.ccs.spokane.edu/ContinuingEd

Take all three levels of Excel 2013 for a reduced price. Excel 2013 Foundations, April 21, 9AM-4PM Excel 2013 Intermediate, April 28, 9AM-4PM Excel 2013 Advanced, May 5, 9AM-4PM Parking fee required. COMTE 122 4/21-5/5 F 9AM-4PM $395

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 121

Evenings at SCC!

We have all the support services you need to be successful in your academic endeavors. We know you are busy during the day, so we’ve made it possible for you to earn a transfer degree, selected technical degree or a certification in the evening.

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For information, call 509.533.8300 or go online: scc.spokane.edu/evening

Spring 2017


Google Apps for Business

Photoshop for Presentations

Move beyond the basic features you figured out on your own. Learn the advanced time saving tips and strategies to get more done in you work and personal life. COMTE 137 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $195

You will gain both a foundational and advanced understanding of the popular software, and practice the most commonly used methods such as managing text, working with layers and image file properties. COMTE 109 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $195

Online

Online

Introduction to Game Design

Podcasting

This course provides a general introduction to what goes into the design and development of both video and analog games, with a particular focus on the use of games outside of consumer entertainment. By completing this course, you can take the first steps into understanding game design, and how it can be applied in your field. COMTE 138 4/3-4/28 ARR ARR $245 COMTE 138 6/5-6/30 Online

ARR

ARR

$245

Intermediate Video Game Design In this intermediate introductory course you will learn the basics of video game design process, learn about the main video game genres, and use a game development application to begin your journey of making games. COMTE 143 5/1-5/26 ARR ARR $245

Businesses are turning to podcasting to grow their brand and connect with customers. Podcasting is experiencing a rebirth on mobiles. COMTE 134 4/3-4/28 ARR ARR $245

Online

Prezi Bring your vision to life with Prezi and leave PowerPoint behind. Learn how to use and engage your creative side for amazing presentations; your audience will be stimulated with what you are presenting as well as how you are presenting. COMTE 110 4/3-4/28 ARR ARR $195

Online

Online

Anytime, anywhere—many classes available online.

For additional class information and registration, go online: www.ccs.spokane.edu/ContinuingEd

Paraeducator P R O G R A M SFCC offers: College credit discounts for relevant experience Online classes to accommodate your schedule One-year certificates and two-year degrees Special Education option Early Childhood Education option General Education option School Library Media Technician option Bachelor’s degree transfer option

For information: Sandy.Ross@sfcc.spokane.edu Bonnie.Wagner@sfcc.spokane.edu spokanefalls.edu/edparaprof For registration information see page 26

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Teacher Education Advanced Classroom Management: Children as Change Agents

Drugs & Alcohol in Schools: Understanding Substance Use & Abuse

Geared primarily for professionals serving youths exhibiting behavior problems in the school or community, this course focuses on cognitive and cognitive-behavioral interventions with an emphasis on teaching students how to manage their own behavior. Previous knowledge of traditional behavioral concepts and strategies is required. EDCE 110 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

This course is designed to help the learner gain a more comprehensive understanding of alcohol, drugs, and their influences in the classroom. Understand a basic historical perspective of substance use along with the biological, psychological, and social factors that comprise the disease of addiction. EDCE 115 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Information & Interventions for Effective Teaching This course covers the history of the disorder, accepted methods to assess and identify students with the disorder, and various methods, medications, and strategies that are currently used to treat it. EDCE 111 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

Autism & Asperger’s Disorder: Information & Effective Intervention Strategies The course helps the learner understand why individuals with Autism spectrum disorders behave the way they do, and what you can do to enhance more appropriate behavior as well as what resources are available. EDCE 112 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

Behavior is Language: Strategies for Managing Disruptive Behavior Topics covered include behavioral techniques and intervention strategies that remediate disruptive behaviors, reduce power struggles while increasing classroom control, reduce educator workload, and help prevent burnout. EDCE 113 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $225

Online 45 CH

Child Abuse: Working with Abused & Neglected Children Designed to help the learner identify and effectively teach students affected by child abuse and/or neglect, this course covers how to recognize the signs of physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, and physical and emotional neglect in students. Note: This course meets the child abuse and neglect educational requirement in most states. EDCE 114 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

CWCE provides online learning opportunities to accommodate any schedule!

Online 30 CH

Early Childhood: Family-Centered Services In this course you will learn what is meant by family-centered services as it applies to diverse systems of care, gain an understanding of family diversity, and explore the major stress factors facing families today. EDCE 116 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

Early Childhood: Observation & Assessment This course explores observation and assessment instruments, as well as recommended practices and available resources for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Content includes an emphasis on observing young children and assessing their early childhood learning environments. EDCE 117 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $225

Online 45 CH

Early Childhood: Program Planning This course is designed to give you a new perspective on planning and implementing developmentally appropriate programs for young children from birth through age eight. In this course you will learn what is meant by curriculum, assessment, evaluation, and program planning as these terms apply to early childhood education. EDCE 118 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $225

Online 45 CH

Early Childhood: Typical & Atypical Development This course explores contemporary best practice and perspectives on early childhood development. Content includes patterns and sequences of typical development for children from birth to six years. Emphasis is on individual differences, cultural influences, and the impact of developmental delay and disability during infancy, toddlerhood, and the preschool years. EDCE 119 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $225

Online 45 CH

Educational Assessment: Assessing Student Learning in the Classroom The focus of the course is on assessment for instructional programming and will outline procedures for designing or selecting, administering, and interpreting a variety of informal assessment measures typically used in schools. EDCE 120 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

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Spring 2017


Harassment, Bullying & Cyber-Intimidation in Schools This course will discuss definitions and the personal, social, and legal ramifications associated with sexual harassment, bullying, and cyber-intimidation. We will explore preventative strategies as well as how school staff can address these issues when they occur. EDCE 121 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

Inclusion: Working with Students with Special Needs in General Education Classrooms This course is designed to help special and general educators gain a better understanding of inclusion, one of the current educational reform movements that advocates educating students with disabilities in the general education classrooms. EDCE 122 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

Infant & Toddler Mental Health: Issues & Information for Educators This course is designed to help educators achieve a better understanding of infant and toddler mental health, child development, and strategies that can be used to promote positive relationships with children and their families. EDCE 123 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

Learning Disabilities: Practical Information for the Classroom Teacher This course describes diverse theoretical approaches to handling learning disabilities in the classroom. It lays the foundation for sensitive, appropriate, assessment and evaluation of students. In addition, this course covers program planning and implementation. EDCE 124 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $225

Online 45 CH

Reading & Writing in Content Area The material stresses the skills of vocabulary building, comprehension, and writing, as well as methods for motivating adolescents to read and write. The course also provides information on recognizing reading difficulties, assessing textbooks, and the integration of reading strategies within a content area. EDCE 125 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

Reading Fundamentals #1: An Introduction to Scientifically-Based Research It is recommended that the Reading Fundamentals courses be taken sequentially; however, it is not mandatory that all three courses be taken. EDCE 126 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

For registration information see page 26

Reading Fundamentals #2: Laying the Foundation for Effective Reading Instruction It is recommended that the Reading Fundamentals courses be taken sequentially; however, it is not mandatory that all three courses be taken. EDCE 127 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

Reading Fundamentals #3: The Elements of Effective Reading Instruction & Assessment It is recommended that the Reading Fundamentals courses be taken sequentially; however, it is not mandatory that all three courses be taken. EDCE 128 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $225

Online 45 CH

Talented & Gifted: Working with High Achievers This course provides information on the history of exceptional students in relation to education, current law, and accepted methods for referral, assessment, and identification. It covers major program models and methods of differentiating instruction to meet the rate and level of learning of those students identified. EDCE 129 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

Teaching Diversity: Influences & Issues in the Classroom This course teaches how to identify differences in approaches to learning and performance, including different learning styles and ways in which students demonstrate learning. An emphasis in this course is on understanding how students’ learning is influenced by individual experiences, talents, disabilities, gender, language, culture, and family and community values. EDCE 130 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

Teaching Elementary Math Conceptually: A New Paradigm This course is designed to expand your methodology for teaching Mathematics. Explore an innovative teaching model that incorporates strategies for teaching concepts constructively and contextually. This course will focus on the topics of number sense, basic operations, and fractions. EDCE 131 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

Traumatized Child: The Effects of Stress, Trauma & Violence on Student Learning Participants will learn the signs and symptoms of stress and trauma and explore how stress, violence, and trauma affect a student’s learning, cognitive brain development, and social-emotional development. EDCE 132 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

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Why DI?: An Introduction to Differentiated Instruction This course is an interactive computer-based instruction course, designed to give you an understanding of the need for creating supportive learning environments for diverse learning populations. In this course you will learn what is meant by Differentiated Instruction (DI) and the common myths associated with creating the differentiated classroom. EDCE 137 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $225

Online 45 CH

Try DI!: Planning & Preparing a Differentiated Instruction Program Designed to provide an opportunity to learn about Differentiated Instruction (DI), aimed at creating supportive learning environments for diverse learning populations. This course follows Why DI?: An Introduction to Differentiated Instruction, which addressed the What, Why, and Who of a classroom that reflects a DI approach. EDCE 133 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $225

Online 45 CH

Understanding & Implementing Common Core Standards This course has been divided into four chapters. The organization of the course covers the rationale for and design of the Common Core State Standards, the “Common Core Mindset” practitioners need for successful implementation, and what specific actions can be taken for deeper implementation across settings. EDCE 135 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $225

Understanding Aggression: Coping with Aggressive Behavior in the Classroom This course includes topics on violence, aggression in the classroom, youth gangs, aggression in sports and on television, how drugs and alcohol play a role in aggression and violence, and “hot spots” that tend to breed aggression and violence. It is designed to help school personnel become more aware of the causes of aggression and ways to evaluate it and intervene before it turns to violence in the schools. EDCE 134 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $225

Online 45 CH

Violence in Schools: Identification, Prevention & Intervention Strategies This course is designed to give participants an understanding of school violence and increase intervention strategies. The correlation and impact of the media, community, and family upon violence is investigated. The learner will gain an understanding of identification and intervention approaches to working with out-of-control behaviors. EDCE 136 4/10-6/9 ARR ARR $195

Online 30 CH

MA – Phlebotomy Program

Online 45 CH

Develop the skills you need for an entry-level position in a medical facility drawing blood.

Mandatory Orientation

What does leadership mean to you? • People follow the leader first, and the leader’s vision second • Trust is the force that connects people to the leader and his or her vision • Leadership is not just about what you do; but what you can inspire, encourage, and empower others to do • A leader brings out the best within others by sharing the best within themselves Further develop your leadership skills by taking advantage of one of our many online certificate and course offerings in leadership training. Call 509-533-8483 with any questions or to register!

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Orientation attendance does not guarantee placement in the program. Students are selected through a screening process that includes orientation, written application, questionnaire, and interviews. April 11th, 5:30-7:30pm Lair Bldg 6, Sasquatch Room 2000 N Greene Street, Spokane, WA

Phlebotomy Class Schedule Summer 2017 — 10 week class June 19 - August 25, 2017

Week 1-4: 3-6:30 pm Mon. - Thurs.

Week 5-10: 3-6:30 pm Mon. & Tues. plus clinical externship

For more information on the phlebotomy program or to be placed on an interest list: Call: 509-533-8057 email: CEhealthandmed@ccs.spokane.edu or go to CCS.Spokane.edu/Phlebotomy Spring 2017


Health & Medical Adult Family Home (AFH) Administrator Training

DSHS Residential Care Adult Family Home Orientation

Mandatory 54 hour course required for those who wish to become licensed as a Washington State Adult Family Home owner. Additional training requirements include successful completion of the one-day DSHS AFH Orientation and the ability to pass a CASAS exam. Upon registering, students will need to call 509-533-8057 to schedule a time & date to take the proctored CASAS exam on or before the first day of class. Alvin “Jim” Stillwell

This one day class provides an overview of the AFH program and expectations of the AFH licensee in providing care and services to the residents in a licensed home setting as well as a brief overview of the process prospective providers will follow in obtaining an AFH license. This class is one of the requirements applicants need to meet prior to turning in the application for licensure (see Washington Administrative Code [WAC] 388-76-10060). Students will receive a certificate after completing the class; this certificate is valid for one calendar year from the date of attendance. Parking fee required. HEMED 106 3/15 W 9AM-4PM $29

CRTPG 123 4/5-4/21 WTHF 9:30AM-4:30 PM $750 Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 108

Dementia Care

This course provides essential knowledge and understanding about neurological diseases that affect cognition and memory, and practical application of effective skills for supporting people with dementia. HEMED 104 4/3-5/26 ARR ARR $495

Online

Lewy Body Dementia Sometimes referred to as the crossroads of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, Lewy Body Dementia is now the second-most common case of dementia. People who have LBD struggle to find good care because their symptoms are challenging, characterized by great fluctuations in alertness and complex behaviors. This course will help families and professionals understand the clinical indicators to seek appropriate diagnosis (and why that is important); common behavioral manifestations, strategies to manage them, and resources to support the patient and family. HEMED 129 4/3-4/28 ARR ARR $149

Online

Dementia LTC Specialty NEW!

HEMED 106

5/17

W

9AM-4PM

EMT Refresher An instructional program that prepares individuals to perform initial medical diagnosis, treatment, and comprehensive care in medical crises, under the general supervision of a coordinating physician. Includes instruction in all aspects of basic health care; disease, disorder, and injury symptomology and diagnosis; emergency medical treatment procedures for various injuries and disease outbreaks; basic pharmacology; anesthetics; intravenous and other drug administration procedures; obstetrics procedures; basic surgical techniques; emergency medical equipment operation and maintenance; special care of patients exposed to heat, cold, radiation, or contagious disease; and administrative aspects of emergency medicine. Programs may include emergency vehicle operation and patient transportation procedures, depending on level of training. Psychomotor practical skills exam included. Ben Sabori HEMED 128 4/22, 23, 28, 29

SAT & SUN $375

HEMED 128 5/6, 7, 13, 14

SAT & SUN $375

This course will provide a long term care worker with information, resources, and tips to care for people with different types of dementia. Also learn the differences between dementia, delirium, and depression. DSHS approved 6 hour class with exam and certificate upon completion. Alvin “Jim” Stillwell

Spokane Community College

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 108

Spokane Community College

Manager Dementia Specialty NEW!

HIV/AIDS for Professional Licensing — Online

HEMED 130

5/11

TH

8AM-3PM

$70

$29

EMT Refresher-TEST ONLY 8 hour psychomotor practical skills exam for EMT annual certification renewal. Ben Sabori HEMED 134

4/29

SUN

$200

HEMED 134

5/14

SUN

$200

This course provides managers and long-term care worker with information, resources, and tips to care for people with different types of dementia. Also learn the differences between dementia, delirium, and depression. DSHS approved 8 hour class with exam and certificate upon completion. Alvin “Jim” Stillwell

This seven-hour online course meets the Washington State requirement of HIV/AIDs education for professional licensure. Students who complete the course with at least 80 percent proficiency on tests received a mailed Recognition of Attendance. You must provide an e-mail address at registration. Rebecca Scheid

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 108

Spokane Community College, Online

HEMED 136

5/11

TH

8AM-5PM

For registration information see page 26

$95

HEMED 107 4/3-6/16

ARR ARR

$70

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75-Hour Home Care Aide Certification

Navigating Through Challenging Behaviors NEW!

Obtain your HCA in 75 hours of on-ground training. Training will provide DSHS certifications in dementia care, mental health care, navigating challenging behaviors, and traumatic brain injury. This training is the minimum requirement for employment with home care agencies, assisted living facilities, adult family home caregivers and owners, individual state contracted personal care workers, group homes, and any other direct care workers providing home or community-based services to the elderly or people with functional or developmental disabilities. Alvin “Jim” Stillwell

As a long term care worker, there will be times when working with a client requires more effort, skill, and patience on your part because of a client’s challenging behavior. The training provides information, tips, and best practices to help guide you through these challenging situations. DSHS approved 3 hour class with DSHS certificate upon completion Alvin “Jim” Stillwell

HEMED131

TBA

ARR

$450

For more details call 533-8057 or email cehealthandmed@ccs.spokane.edu Spokane Community College, TBA

Home Care Aide Certified to NAC Bridge Program This course expands upon the skills and knowledge of the Home Care Aide offering 24 hours of advanced theory and skills training required to sit for the NACES exam. Matthew Smith, Deborah Cameron

HEMED 108 4/22-4/24 WTHF 2:00-10:00PM $350 Spokane Community College, Bldg 9, Rm 111

Medical Assistant Certified to NAC Bridge Program For persons who have successfully completed an accredited MA program or registered apprenticeship program recognized by the State of Washington, and have successfully passed a Certified Medical Assistant examination through AAMA, a Register Medical Assistant examination through AMT, a Clinical Medical Assistant Certification examination through NHA or a National Certified Medical Assistant examination through NCCT. Matthew Smith, Deborah Cameron

HEMED 113 4/22-4/24 WTHF 2:00-10:00PM $350 Spokane Community College, Bldg 9, Rm 111

Mental Health LTC Specialty NEW! This course will provide a long term care worker a general overview about mental disorders along with more information on four of the most common mental disorders. DSHS approved 4 hour class with exam and certificate upon completion. Alvin “Jim” Stillwell HEMED132

5/18

Manager Mental Health NEW! This course provides managers and long-term care worker a general overview about mental disorders along with more information on four of the most common mental disorders. DSHS approved 6 hour class with exam and certificate upon completion. Alvin “Jim” Stillwell 5/18

TH

8AM-2PM

$69

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 108

14

5/12

F

9AM-12PM $35

Population Specific Bundle Deal NEW! Get Dementia LTC Specialty, Mental Health LTC Specialty, TBI-Strategies for Surviving & Thriving, and Navigating Challenging Behaviors for a reduced cost when purchased as a bundle! Bundle includes exams for Dementia LTC and Mental Health Specialty and certificates upon completion of each class. Bundle does not include Managers Specialty courses. Alvin “Jim” Stillwell HEMED137 5/11-5/19

THF 8AM-5PM $225

Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist Exam Review I — Online Prepare for the Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist Credential Examination with this 33-hour online course. It is designed for RNs, CVTs and RTs currently employed in a catheterization lab with two years’ cath lab experience or a graduate of an accredited CVT program. Review I and II can be taken in any order. Dale Cuilla HEMED 115 4/3-6/16

ONLINE

Spokane Community College, Online

$177

Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist Exam Review II — Online Prepare for the Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist Credential Examination with this 33-hour online course. It is designed for RNs, CVTs and RTs currently employed in a catheterization lab with two years’ cath lab experience or a graduate of an accredited CVT program. Review I and II can be taken in any order. Dale Cuilla HEMED 116 4/3-6/16

ONLINE

Spokane Community College, Online

$177

TH 8AM-12PM $49

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 108

HEMED138

HEMED135

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 108

Anytime, anywhere. Many classes available online. For additional class information and registration, go online: www.ccs.spokane.edu/ContinuingEd Spring 2017


Spanish for Medical Professionals

Balancing Stress for the Caregiver NEW!

Are you frustrated by the communication gap that can occur between you and your Spanish-speaking patients? If you answered yes, this Spanish class - designed specifically for healthcare professionals - will help you bridge that gap. You will practice the basic, practical language skills needed to effectively communicate with your Spanish-speaking patients and their families. You will learn the basics of the language, gain an understanding of the culture, and know how to ask the questions crucial to quality healthcare. Complete the course with the skills you will need to effectively communicate with your Spanish-speaking patients. HEMED 118 3/6-3/31 ONLINE $145

This class was developed for caregivers to learn how to balance stress and assist in preventing burnout. Carla Carnagie

HEMED 118 5/1-5/26

Online

ONLINE

$145

HEMED143

3/23

1:30-2:30PM

$19.99

HEMED143

4/20

1:30-2:30PM

$19.99

HEMED143

5/18

1:30-2:30PM

$19.99

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 108

NEW!

Health & Medical Classes

TBI - Strategies for Surviving and Thriving NEW! This course was developed for caregivers who provide care and services to adults affected by a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). This course will help you better understand and work effectively with adults with TBI. DSHS approved 6 hour class with DSHS certificate upon completion. Alvin “Jim” Stillwell HEMED133

5/19

F

8AM-2PM

$70

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 108

Special Needs Parenting: Life after High School NEW! Seventy percent of adults with an intellectual or developmental disability (I/DD) such as autism, Down syndrome, or cerebral palsy, live at home with their parents or other family care givers. Although there are many programs in Spokane to help these individuals grow economically, socially, and personally parents and family care givers often find accessing them challenging. “Life after High School” is a six-part series designed to help parents navigate the sometimes complex support system for people with I/DD and create a richer life for their son or daughter. Topics include: Envisioning the Future & the Transition IEP, Navigating the System, Employment, Financial Planning and Guardianship, Housing, Social Growth, Recreation & Transportation. Brian Holloway HEMED141 4/5-5/10 W 10AM-12PM

$19.99

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 109

Music for Dementia and Adult Daily Living (ADL) NEW! Music can bring emotional and physical closeness which, in the later stages of dementia is often lost. This course explains how caregivers, family member, and adult family home facilities benefit from music therapy. Also learn how routines with music can be grounding for a client/family member, support ADL’s, decreasing agitation, and maintaining motor movement. Carla Carnegie HEMED142

3/7, 14

5-6PM

$34.99

HEMED142

5/2, 9

5-6PM

$34.99

• Special Needs Parenting: Life after High School • Music for Dementia and Adult Daily Living (ADL) • Balancing Stress for the Caregiver • Traumatic Brain Injury

Contact our Health & Medical Program Specialist for more information

509-533-8057 cehealthandmed@ccs.spokane.edu *Course titles and offerings are subject to change*

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 108 For registration information see page 26

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Continuing Education for the Environmental Sciences (CEES) Basic Vegetable Gardening NEW!

Marketing Your Urban Garden Produce NEW!

Selling your home grown produce from your house or at a farmers market is a good way to earn a little money and help to feed your neighbors. We will discuss the Urban Market Garden ordinance in the city of Spokane and other regulations, washing and packing your crops for sale, building a clientele, attractively presenting your vegetables and pricing strategies. Fee seeds will be available to those who attend. Pat Munts

Growing even a little bit of your own vegetables can help save money, provide fresh healthy vegetables and help make new friends. Join us at your choice of three location to learn what grows well here, how to build a garden box, how to build good soil, proper watering, proper seed and transplant planting, fertilizing, pest control and harvesting. WSU Spokane County Extension small farm coordinator Pat Munts has been growing vegetables in Spokane for 40 years and helped develop many community gardens here. Free seeds will be available. Pat Munts

West Central Neighborhood TBA

Northeast Community Center

Pruning and Grafting Fruit Trees NEW!

CEES 115

4/6

TH

5-8PM

$10

CEES 115

4/20

TH

5-8PM

$10

CEES 115

4/27

TH

5-8PM

$10

West Central Location TBA

East Central Community Center

Caring for Urban Trees NEW! Urban trees are the unsung heroes of storm water management, shade from the sun and beauty in Spokane. They also can be a challenge to care for as we saw in the November 2015 windstorm. This class will help you learn about the best ways needed insure that your trees can grow, thrive and provide our communities with the critically important and economic benefits. Topics will include: choosing the right tree for the right place, proper planting techniques, proper watering and fertilizing, insect management and the general principles of pruning. We will also discuss things to consider when hiring a pruning service. Garth Davis, Pat Munts CEES 112

3/29

W

6-9PM

Spokane Community College, Bldg 8, Rm 104

$25

Backyard fruit trees are great to have unless the fruits are ruined by codling moths, cherry fruit fly, peach leaf curl, apple maggot and other pests. This class will introduce you to the proper cultural, mechanical, biologic and chemical techniques you can use to protect your harvest later in the summer. Tim Kohlhauff has years of experience advising people on how to care for their trees as the WSU Master Gardener Coordinator for Spokane County. Tim Kohlhauff CEES 116

3/27

M

5-8PM

$10

CEES 116

4/19

W

5-8PM

$10

Questions? Please call 509-533-8482 or email ce@ccs.spokane.edu 16

5/22

M

5-8PM

$15

Gary Moulton retired from WSU’s Mount Vernon Research Station after working for decades on tree fruit management, pruning, grafting, variety selection and hard cider making. His class will focus on managing and restoring overgrown apple, pear, plum and peach trees. Pruning topics: evaluating tree structure, cutting and removing techniques, deciding which branches stay and which go, controlling water sprouts, final shaping for fruit production and annual care. Grafting topics: selecting scion wood, bench grafting, bud chip grafting, care of newly grafted trees. Each student will receive three rootstocks to graft onto and a grafting knife during the hands on portion of the workshop. Students are encouraged to bring their own apple scion wood if they have some. Fee includes three root stocks for grafting, a grafting knife and supplies. Friday evening will be lecture. Saturday will hands on grafting and pruning. Class times: Friday: 6-8PM, Saturday: 8:30AM-4:30PM Gary Moulton, Pat Munts CEES 113

3/31-4/1

FSA

ARR

$100

Spokane Community College, Bldg 8, Rm 104

Sustainable Small Farming and Ranching

Dealing with Fruit Tree Pests NEW!

Spokane Community College, Bldg 8, Rm 104

CEES 117

Students will experience how to apply successful whole farm management principles to your small farm operation; how to farm in the most environmentally sustainable manner possible; how to identify and profit form trends in the marketplace and how assess the feasibility of a potential onfarm enterprise. Class will cover Sustainability, Whole Farm Planning, Resource Evaluation, Direct Marketing, Enterprise Assessment, Sustainable Crop Production, Ecological Soils Management, Integrated Past & Weed Management, Sustainable Livestock & Poultry Production, Grazing Management on Small Acreages, Equipment & Facilities, Enterprise Budgets and Tools for Whole Farm Success. Reduced tuition for honorably discharged US veterans. Pat Munts, Jeremy Cowan CEES 103

4/4-6/13

T

6-9PM

$125

Spokane Community College, Bldg 8, Rm 104

Spring 2017


Urban Market Garden NEW!

What’s that Plant? Hands-on Plant ID NEW!

In 2014, Spokane passed an Urban Market Garden Ordinance that allows home owners in the City of Spokane to grow and sell produce from their gardens to their neighbors and at local farmers’ markets. This class will help you learn about the ordinance regulations, how to plant, grow and market your vegetables and manage your market garden business. We will bring in special guest speakers and arrange for a field tour of some of the area’s urban market garden producers. Pat Munts, Jeremy Cowan

Do you drive down the road and wonder what each of the trees are lining the street? Spokane has a tremendous variety of flora to discover and enjoy. This course is the first in a four-part series of plant identification classes designed to teach plant enthusiasts to identify popular ornamental and native [woody] plants in the region. As spring unfolds, you will learn to identify plants by their breaking buds, flowers, and newly opened leaves. Through an understanding of fundamental plant taxonomy, you’ll learn tips and tricks to identifying plants first by family, and then to the genus, species, and common name(s). Jeremy Cowan, Pat Munts

CEES 114

4/5-5/31

W

6-9PM

$100

Spokane Community College, Bldg 8, Rm 104

CEES 118

4/5-6/14

W

4-7PM

$125

Spokane Community College, Bldg 8, Rm 104

High Performance Dyno Tuning

Students learn to safely secure a vehicle on a Mustang brand chassis dynometer, perform pulls and steady state tuning. Students will have the opportunity to tune a multitude of different vehicles and EFI systems during the class as well as their own vehicles, with instructor’s permission.

April 11 - June 1 6-9:30pm, $500 SCC, Bldg 18, Rm 111 Instructor: Jeff Rogers

Now you can earn your AA or Business transfer degree completely online. In addition to our AA and Business Transfer degrees, students can choose from a variety AAS degrees and certificates. All degrees and certificates can be earned in 24 months or less.

Consider becoming an online student. Online courses offer you the flexibility to obtain a degree while juggling your personal and professional life. Online students also have access to our online Student Success Coach, eTutoring, online counseling, and priority registration.

For more information:

Visit ccsonline.spokane.edu or call 509-533-7070 to speak with a Student Success Coach For registration information see page 26

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Personal Interest

Art & Design Living Jewelry NEW!

Large Urn and Floral Arrangement Construction NEW!

Learn to make a beautiful and unique ring and bracelet with succulents, wire, and other floral odds and ends. Loretta Etchison

Instructor will lecture and demo how to make an all-around and front sided large urn arrangement. Handouts included.

ARTDE 116

4/11

T

6-8PM

$28

Loretta Etchison ARTDE 120

5/9

T

6-8PM

$24

Spokane Community College, Bldg 10, Rm 105

Spokane Community College, Bldg 10, Rm 105

Corsages and Boutonnieres NEW!

Growing a Cutting Garden NEW!

Create corsages and boutonnieres with fresh flowers. Instructor will teach wire, taping and gluing techniques. Loretta Etchison ARTDE 117

4/18

T

6-8PM

$30

Instructor will lecture on growing a home cutting garden and how to process and condition flowers from the garden. Handouts included. Loretta Etchison ARTDE 121

5/16

T

6-8PM

$24

Spokane Community College, Bldg 10, Rm 105

Spokane Community College, Bldg 10, Rm 105

Hand-Tied Wedding Bouquet NEW!

Yard Art Welding

Create a beautiful handtied wedding bouquet with fresh flowers. Instructor will teach how to finish the bouquet with ribbon and be ready to talk down the aisle. Loretta Etchison

Shape new, used, or recycled metal into yard art by using basic welding techniques, brazing and cutting material to a shape you desire in this 20-hour class. Instructor will choose and provide materials for the first project; students will design and provide materials for additional projects. Students must furnish some supplies, clothing, and safety equipment. Leroy Fautch

ARTDE 118

4/25

T

6-8PM

$50

Spokane Community College, Bldg 10, Rm 105

Cascade Wedding Bouquet NEW! Learn to design a cascade wedding bouquet with fresh flowers. Loretta Etchison ARTDE 119

5/2

T

6-8PM

$30

Spokane Community College, Bldg 10, Rm 105

ARTDE 105 4/10-5/10

MW

5-7PM

$130

Spokane Community College, Bldg 8, Rm 124

Questions? Please call 509-533-8482 or email ce@ccs.spokane.edu

Instructor Cindy Sustman Welcome to CWCE’s newest personal interest instructor: Cindy Sustman! Sustman loves art and specializes in pencil drawings as well as acrylic paintings using barn wood as a canvas. This spring, Sustman is instructing a painting series exclusively for CWCE in which participants learn to paint various nature scenes/objects on weathered barn wood. There will also be a special Father’s Day section for children ages 6-12. For more information on the painting series, see page 19 or call CWCE Program Coordinator at 533-8483.

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Spring 2017


Painting on Weathered WoodBird on a Branch In this class you will learn to paint a sparrow perched on the branch of a birch tree while overlooking her nest using acrylic paints and a weathered wood as the canvas. Tuesdays April 11th & 18th 6-8pm

(Max-12 Students) 4 hours Course cost: $75

Painting on Weathered WoodBeautiful Red Poppy I n this class you will learn to paint a beautiful red poppy using acrylic paints and a weathered wood as the canvas. Tuesdays May 9th & 16th 6-8pm

(Max-12 Students) 4 hours Course cost: $75

Painting on Weathered Wood-Welcoming Huckleberries

Father’s Day Gone Fishing Kids ages 6-12 will paint a “Gone Fishing” gift for Dad. Saturday June 10th 1-2:30pm

In this class you will learn to paint welcoming huckleberries using acrylic paints and a weathered wood as the canvas. Tuesdays June 6th & 13th 6-8pm

(Max-10 Students) 1 ½ hours Course Cost: $29

(Max-12 Students) 4 hours Course cost: $75

Music Community Concert Band

Private Music Lessons

Shostakovich to Sousa! Unleash your musical inhibitions and perform a variety of bank literature from new symphonies and band compositions to the old standards. David Larsen

For Personal Enrichment ONLY. No grade given, no outcome assessment. Students can choose whatever instrument they are interested in and must contact the SFCC Music Instructor to enroll. Staff TBA

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 15, Rm 113

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 15, Rm 113

Jazz Ensemble

World Drumming

The SFCC Jazz Ensemble is a full big band including trumpets, trombones, saxophones, and rhythm section (piano, bass, guitar, vibes, drums). Music performed will include traditional big band swing literature, contemporary works, Latin style pieces, and original compositions. David Larsen

This course introduces students to the basic art of drumming as a gateway to explore the culture and music of Africa, Brazil, Cuba, and the Middle East. No previous reading or drumming ability is required (although helpful) and instruments are provided. Paul Raymond

MUSCM 101 4/3-6/5

MUSCM 102 4/5-6/7

M 7:15-9:15PM $40

W

7-9PM

$40

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 15, Rm 113

MUSCP 101 4/3-6/9

MUSCE 105

4/5-6/7

ARR

W

ARR

4-6PM

$300

$40

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 15, Rm 110

Orchestra – Advanced The SFCC Advanced Orchestra is a full orchestra including winds, strings, and percussion. Specific instrumentation varies by quarter. Ensemble experience preferred. Staff MUSCM 102 4/3-6/5

M 5:15-7:15PM $40

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 15, Rm 113 For registration information see page 26

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Photography Basics Fundamentals of Digital Photography 1.0

Photoshop CC 2017 for Photographers 1.0 NEW!

Basic level class with12 packed hours of class learning of basic skills like zoom, flash settings, framing, and shooting angles, exposure triangle, and so much more. Also learn how to store and transfer your images, email photos, and more. We will also touch a little on using Photoshop as your digital darkroom. Bring your digital camera, with fully charged battery and memory card installed, and instruction manual to class. Extra fully charged batteries are recommended. Myron Bursell

Basic level class. Learn the tools and procedures with you need to get started in Photoshop with 12 packed hours of class. You'll be more confident in your abilities and ready to reach higher, drill deeper into the magic of Photoshop your digital darkroom, and edit like a pro! Myron Bursell

PI 105

4/10-5/15

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6-8PM

$115

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 121

Digital Photography 2.0 Intermediate level class. This class has 12 packed hours and is designed to go beyond the camera basics. Learn the technical aspects of ISO, aperture, and shutter speed-known as the exposure triangle. Delve into the composition and artistry of creating great images. Explore the nuances of light and how it affects all types of images from still to portraits and landscapes. Finally, learn to use the digital darkroom-Photoshop to produce striking images. Live photography sessions will be scheduled both in the classroom and on location. Myron Bursell PI 128

4/12-5/17

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6-8PM

$115

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 121

PI 124

4/11-5/16

T

6-8PM

$115

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 121

Photoshop CC 2017 for Photographers 2.0 NEW! Intermediate level class. With 12 packed hours of class. The purpose of this class is to develop competency in Photoshop. Delve into the different capabilities of the digital darkroom and learn how to enhance your images with the various tools embedded in Photoshop. Utilize tools such as layers, color and exposure techniques, retouching, Camera Raw, and healing tools. Develop specific techniques with stock images in class, and then confidently apply to your own personal images. Myron Bursell PI 129

4/13-5/18

TH

6-8PM

$115

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 121

For additional class information and registration, go online: www.ccs.spokane.edu/ContinuingEd

Professional Bartending May 11-13, 2017 Whether you want to impress guests or become a professional bartender, learn to craft the perfect cocktails in one of our new bartending courses!

Call 533-8483

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Small Business Boot Camp

This course is an accelerated program that enables you to take the next step in launching your small business. Small Business Boot Camp prepares you to:

• Utilize local resources available to small businesses • Determine the viability of your small business plan or business idea • Establish your start-up costs • Find customers and market to your audience Contact CWCE for further class information at 509-533-8482, or see page 6 For registration information see page 26

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Fitness & Sports Ballroom Dance – Introduction Learn to dance, now! In ten weeks, you will learn the basics of Waltz, Foxtrot, Cha Cha, and Swing. Linda will teach ballroom etiquette, musicality, posture, and simple steps you can use to start dancing right away. This class is meant for the beginning student who has never danced before. Partner NOT required. Linda Christine

Fast Fitness/Weight Room for Community Quarterly-SCC Use of the fitness center/weight room/swimming pool, during scheduled open times. Minimum age18 years. Call 533-7211 for further information. Closed all national holidays. Michele Heuer

Parking fee required. FITNS 107 4/3-6/16

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ARR

$90

For more course information call 509 496-8138. DANCE 102 4/4-6/6 T 6-7:30PM $50

Spokane Community College, Bldg 5, Rms 146

DANCE 102 4/6-6/15

FC/Wt. Room-Community Quarterly

TH

6-7:30PM

$50

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 13, Rm 101

Ballroom Dance – Intermediate Intermediate Ballroom Dance will continue to develop the skills presented in Introduction to Ballroom Dance. Students will progress in the Waltz, Foxtrot, Cha Cha, and swing, while new steps are introduced in each dance. With these dances, the student can danced anywhere (weddings, parties, ballrooms, etc.). Have a great time learning new steps and techniques while gaining greater confidence in your dancing abilities. This class is perfect for those who have danced before and want to improve. Emphasis is placed on having fun and enjoying Ballroom Dance. Partner NOT required. Linda Christine

Community members can work out in the Fitness Center and Weight Room at SFCC and or/SCC for the current quarter. Closed all national holidays. Fitness Center Hours: 6:30am-6:30pm, Monday-Thursday, and 6:30am-4:30pm, Friday. SFCC Weight Room Hours: 9:30am-2:30pm, Monday-Friday. For more information call Keith Snyder at 533-3648, the Fitness Center at 533-FITT (533-3488), PE/Athletic Office at 533-3630 or email Keith.Snyder@ccs.spokane.edu. Keith Snyder Fitness Center closed May 27-29. Parking fee required. FITNS 155 4/3-6/16

ARR

ARR

$90

For more course information call 509 496-8138. DANCE 103 4/4-6/6 T 7:30-9PM $50

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 7, Rm 117

Ballroom Dance – Experienced Fundamentals

Community members can work out in the Fitness Center and Weight Room at SFCC and/or SCC for the academic year (Sept.-Aug.). Closed all national holidays. For more information call Michele Heuer at 533-7212. Michele Heuer

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 13, Rm 101

Experienced Fundamentals Ballroom Dance Class will continue to develop the skills presented in Introduction to Ballroom Dance. Students will progress in Waltz, Foxtrot, Cha Cha, and Swing, while introducing Rhumba and Tango! This class is perfect for those who have danced before and want to improve. Partner NOT required. Linda Christine Class will not meet May 11.

For more course information call 509 496-8138. DANCE 101 4/6-6/15 TH 7:30-9PM $50

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 13, Rm 101

Body Conditioning Express Body Conditioning Express offers resistance training set to music, while emphasizing proper alignment and technique. Students will use handheld weights, exertubes, fit-balls, weighted bars and mats to sculpt the entire body including the core. Carol Dyksterhuis

Fast Fitness/Weight Room for Community Yearly (September 1-August 31)-SCC

Closed all national holidays. Parking fee required. FITNS 108 4/3-6/12

ARR

ARR

$200

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 146

Intramurals-SCC Course required for individuals 16 years and older participating in the CCS intramural program who are not currently registered CCS students. Bradley Johnson Parking fee required. FITNS 125 4/3-6/9

ARR

ARR

Spokane Community College, Bldg 5, Rm 120

$30

Class will not meet May 10.

For more course information, call Carol Dyksterhuis at 509 533-3636 or email Carol.Dyksterhuis@ccs.spokane.edu. FITNS 186 4/3-5/24 MW 5:10-6PM $35

CWCE provides online learning opportunities to accommodate any schedule!

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 13, Rm 101

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Intramurals-SFCC

Step Express/Cardio Party

Course required for individuals 16 years and older participating in the CCS intramural program who are not currently registered CCS students. Bruce Johnson

Cardio and more cardio! Get maximum benefits from this aerobic workout. Participants will engage in exciting aerobic routines set to music using a step platform or as a low-impact floor workout without the step. Warm-up, cool down and stretching will be included in class time. Carol Dyksterhuis

Parking fee required. FITNS 165 4/17-6/9

ARR

ARR

$30

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 7, Rm 112

Kickboxing Learn the basic skills, techniques, and safety procedures of kickboxing. Activities to improve individual balance, strength, endurance and cardiovascular conditioning are emphasized. Students must be pre-registered (paid in advance) before you participate. Carol Dyksterhuis Class will not meet May 11.

Parking fee required. For more course information, call Carol Dyksterhuis at 509 533-3636 or email Carol.Dyksterhuis@ccs. spokane.edu. FITNS 150 4/4-6/1 TTh 12:30-1:30PM $46

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 13, Rm 101

Lifeguarding Looking for a job as a lifeguard? Upon successful completion of this American Red Cross course, which includes lifeguarding, CPR, AED and First Aid, you'll have the necessary certification needed to apply. "Lifeguard Training" book required; purchase online at shopstaywell.com, $35 estimate. Students must be 15 or older and pass a required swim test. Liability Insurance is required and included in the cost of the class. Michele Heuer For course information call 533-7211. FITNS 109 4/11-5/11 TTh 5-7:30PM $100 Spokane Community College, Bldg 5, Rm 121

Lifeguarding Update Course designed to re-certify individuals who hold a current A.R.C. Lifeguard Training Certificate and CPR/PR Certificate. Michele Heuer For course information call 533-7211. FITNS 121 4/3-6/16 ARR ARR

Spokane Community College, Bldg 5, Rm 121

$37

Coming this Spring: Powderpuff Mechanics!

Car maintenance for women

Class will not meet May 10.

For more course information, call Carol Dyksterhuis at 509 533-3636 or email Carol.Dyksterhuis@ccs. spokane.edu. Parking fee required. FITNS 190 4/3-5/24 MW 4:10-5PM $35

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 13, Rm 101

Step, Sculpt, Core & More This class will include the elements of Step and Sculpt with the addition of yoga inspired stretching. Participants will combine aerobic fitness and body conditioning in the same hour by completing aerobic routines set to music, using a step platform. Please bring your own yoga mat. Carol Dyksterhuis Class will not meet May 11.

For more course information, call Carol Dyksterhuis at 509 533-3636 or email Carol.Dyksterhuis@ccs. spokane.edu. Parking fee required. FITNS 188 4/4-5/25 TTh 4:15-5:30PM $50

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 13, Rm 101

Women’s Weight Training No need to worry about feeling intimidated by guys in the weight room, this class is for women only. Brandy Sonderland For more course information, call Brandy Sonderland at 533-3637 or Brandy.Sonderland@ccs.spokane.edu. FITNS 151 4/4-6/8 TTh 5:15-6:15PM $52 Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 7, Rm 115

Zumba® — SFCC Forget the workout, just lose yourself in the music and find yourself in shape at the original dance-fitness party. Zumba classes feature exotic rhythms set to high-energy Latin and international beats. Carol Dyksterhuis Class will not meet May 11.

Parking fee required. For more course information, call Carol Dyksterhuis at 509 533-3636 or email Carol.Dyksterhuis@ccs. spokane.edu. FITNS 154 4/4-6/1 TTH 11:30AM-11:30PM $46 Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 13, Rm 101

Call 509-533-8483 for more details. For registration information see page 26

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Recreational Aquatic Fitness

Yoga/Pilates

You do not have to know how to swim for this program of basic water exercises designed to develop general body conditioning. For students 16 or older. Michele Heuer

Workouts will combine strength and stretching movement with relaxation and stress reduction techniques. Students will learn a variety of low-impact activates to promote physiological well-being as well as increase over-all levels of physical fitness. Students must bring/purchase their own yoga mat. Carol Dyksterhuis

Class will not meet May 29.

Parking fee required. For course information call 533-7211. FITNS 111 4/3-6/12 MWF 8:30-9:30AM $75 Class will not meet May 29. FITNS 111

4/3-6/12

MW

4-5PM

$53

Margaret Stuart

Class will not meet May 29. FITNS 111

Andrea Olsen FITNS 111

4/3-6/12

MW 5:30-6:30PM $53

4/4-6/8

TTH

5-6PM

Spokane Community College, Bldg 5, Rm 121

Class will not meet May 10.

Parking fee required. For more course information, call Carol Dyksterhuis at 509 533-3636 or email Carol.Dyksterhuis@ccs. spokane.edu. FITNS 175 4/3-5/24 MW 6:10-7:10PM $41

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 13, Rm 101

$53

Parent/Child Aquatics For infants/preschool, ages 6 months to 3-years, and a parent. This four-hour class is designed to help young children become comfortable in and around water so they are ready to learn to swim. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmer or even to survive in the water on their own. Parent and Child Aquatics gives parents information and techniques to help orient their children to the water and to supervise water activities in a safe manner. Michele Heuer

Parking fee required. For course information call 533-7211. FITNS 131 4/7-6/12 F 10:15-11AM $20

Spokane Community College, Bldg 5, Rm 121

Facility Use — Pool and Track If you are 16 years and older, this allows access to SCC’s indoor track, locker rooms, basketball courts (when available) and the swimming pool during open swim hours. Does not include use of the Fitness Center or Weight Room. Michele Heuer Parking fee required. FITNS 106 4/3-6/16

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ARR

Spokane Community College, Bldg 5, Rm 121

$50

Water Safety Instructor Swimming, water safety and teaching fundamentals needed to achieve WSI certification will be covered. This course is designed to prepare students for employment as teachers or administrators of American Red Cross swimming/water safety programs. Prerequisite: MUST be at least 16 years old. Michele Heuer For course information call 533-7211. FITNS 129 4/3-6/16 ARR ARR

Spokane Community College, Bldg 5, Rm 121

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Improve your confidence in composing and editing the perfect photos with one of our digital photography courses this spring! The instructor is a professional photographer and owner of Green Gables Photography studio. Contact our program coordinator at 509.533.8483 or see page 20 for further information.


Women’s Leadership Academy 2017

Efficacy • Empowerment • Excellence A six week academy for women ages 18-24

Be inspired to set and achieve goals Start on your path to career success Gain confidence to pursue your dreams

April 11 - May 18, 2017 Limited seating. Scholarships available.

Call to be added to the interest list:

533-8482

Classes will be held at: Next Generation Zone 901 E 2nd Ave., Suite 105

For registration information see page 26

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Special Interest Astronomy for Beginners

Intermediate US Genealogy Research

Explore the solar system and beyond. Learn about the stars, the planets, and the stories behind their discoveries. Class includes a trip to the SFCC Planetarium. Dan Bakken

This class will introduce strategies and information designed to extend genealogy research past the basics. Students will learn how to dig deeper into a variety of sources to help them get past potential brick walls and also discuss methods for researching hard-to-find individuals. This class covers only United States research. Brent Smith

PI 101

5/10-5/17

W

6-9PM

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 28

$39

SI 114

Introduction to Family History and Genealogy This class is a step-by-step introduction to the process of family history research (genealogy), intended for beginners. Students will learn how to begin their search both on and offline, how to get organized, and how to judge whether information is reliable. Brent Smith SI 113

4/10-4/26

MW

6-8PM

$79

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm TBD

Questions? Please call 509-533-8482 or email ce@ccs.spokane.edu

5/1-5/17

MW

6-8PM

$79

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm TBD

Meditation for Peace and Prosperity With instruction and guidance by meditation master Lama Lakshey Zangbo, students practice simple yet profound techniques to calm, stabilize, and clarify the mind and heart. Learn to tame you mind, free yourself from afflicting emotions, and deal with life’s problems more effectively through one-pointed and analytic mediation. Lama Lakshey Zangbo PI 112

4/11-6/6

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6-8PM

$39

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 24, Rm 229

Foreign Language Spanish — Beginning, Including Travelers

Spanish Conversation

Brush up on basic phrases, have fun while developing your skills in grammar and practical conversation. Students must enroll at last one week prior to the first night. Questions? Email instructor at johnandmarybenham@gmail.com. Mary Benham

Expand conversation skills and review Spanish basics in a relaxed setting. Ideal for travel and to develop confidence with the fundamentals. Students must enroll at least one week prior to the first night. Required text: 1001 Easy Spanish Phrases, Dover 2010. Questions? Email instructor at johnandmarybenham@gmail.com. Mary Benham

PI 113

4/5-5/31

W

6-8PM

$89

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 5, Rm 102

PI 114

4/6-5/11

Th

6-8PM

$89

Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 5, Rm 102

Get face-to-face help mastering Microsoft Excel in one of our winter in-person sessions: Bundle all 3 courses and save money!

Excel 2013 Foundations, April 21st Excel 2013 Intermediate, April 28th Excel 2013 Advanced, May 5th Call 509-533-8483 or see listing on page 8 for each class description and other details. 26

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Fundamentals for Banking Academy

Fundamentals for Banking Academy is a new program designed to provide participants with training in the skills needed for jobs as tellers, customer service representatives, and personal bankers. The curriculum was created in collaboration with local banks and credit unions to best meet the industry needs.

• Art

• Gardening

When: Spring 2017 Where: Center for Workforce & Continuing Education, Spokane Community College

For more information or to be placed on an interest list contact our Business Engagement Manager at 509-533-8476.

• Cooking/Baking

This summer, CWCE is offering courses like these, and more for children ages 8-13 Contact CWCE Program Coordinator for more information about summer 2017 youth camps at 509-533-8483. For registration information see page 26

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Five easy ways to enroll. 1. Online Registration Form-www.ccs.spokane.edu/workforce 2. Mail

3. Phone

4. FAX

5. In Person

Spokane Community College Noncredit Registration MS 2151 Student Services, Bldg 15 2000 N Greene Street Spokane, WA 99217

509-279-6030 1-800-845-3324 toll free 509-279-6092 TTY

509-279-6090 (Please do not fax credit card information)

Spokane Community College Noncredit Registration MS 2151 Student Services, Bldg 15 2000 N Greene Street Spokane, WA 99217

Withdrawals and refunds

Class Cancellations

If you register for a class and cannot attend, please call in advance to cancel. This makes it possible for another student to enroll. Students are responsible for initiating the paperwork for withdrawal and refund requests. A $7 processing fee is deducted from the refund amount. All refunds require at least two weeks for processing. The following policies apply whether a student attends class or not.

All class offerings are subject to change. Community Colleges of Spokane (CCS) cannot guarantee class offerings, designed times or specific instructor. CCS reserves the right to cancel any continuing education class and may reduce class hours or cancel classes due to low enrollment. Fees for classes cancelled by CCS will be refunded automatically. Some class enrollments are limited due to space and equipment.

• 100% refund for classes and workshops cancelled by the college. • 100% refund for student-initiated withdrawals three business days prior to the first day of class (including online classes) unless noted in class description. • No refund granted two business days or less prior to the start of a class. A business day is 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday.

Disability Support Services Persons with a disability requiring any auxiliary aids or accommodations should contact one of our Disability Support Services offices in advance of class. Contact the SCC or SFCC office for classes held on campus. For all other locations, contact: 509-279-6037 or 509-533-7169

Center for Workforce & Continuing Education Registration form – please print

CCS WORKFORCE, CONTINUING EDUCATION & CORPORATE TRAINING REGISTRATION FORM

PLEASE PRINT

Name

Last

Phone

First

Mailing address Birthdate

Middle

Email /

City /

Female

Male

State

Zip

SID#

Note: Parking fee required to park on SCC or SFCC campuses, the Lodge or the Magnuson Building, 6:30 am to 5pm, Monday through Friday. Select which option: I want to purchase a permit for the quarter: Fall, Winter or Spring ($26.00) Summer (cost to be determined) License plate #_______________ State______ I will pay ($3.00) each day for a day pass Item Number

Student Signature METHOD OF PAYMENT:

Class Date

Course Title

Fee

Date

TOTAL

Check or money order Credit Card:

Visa

Card Number

***V-code

Name on card

Expiration date

MasterCard

Signature ***Credit card information will be destroyed upon processing.

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Work and learn alongside some of the Inland Northwest’s best-known chefs during cooking classes for the public, offered by SCC’s highly regarded culinary arts program. Professional Bartending

Pizzeria Pizza & Stromboli at Home - Italian Favorites!

Learn how to mix, measure and master more than 300 of today’s most popular cocktails--Electric Iced Teas, Margaritas, Smith & Wessons, Apple Martinis and more! Professional free pouring/layering techniques, bartending terms, increasing tips, bar promotions, job searching, and responsible serving. No prior liquor knowledge required; must be 18+. Class hours: Thursday, Friday: 6-9pm and Saturday: 9am-4pm. Textbook is included in class fee.

Drawing from Neapolitan and California influences, you’ll make the pizza dough and learn what is needed to ensure that perfect crust every time. Our kitchen will be bursting with toppings to inspire favorite pie combos, including homemade tomato sauce, spicy sausage and tons of veggie options too.

CUSIN 163 5/11-5/13 TBD $189 Spokane Community College, Bldg 1, Rm 144

Homemade Croissants...with almond and chocolate

Perfectly Cooked Steak Every Time Want to cook steaks perfectly without fail? Whether it’s for two people or twenty, you will learn tricks to perfect doneness every time. Both classic and modern techniques will be used including sous vide! CUSIN 160 4/7 TH 6-8PM $59 Spokane Community College, Bldg 1, Rm 144

Sangria Grill Tacos and homemade sangria! Enjoy making taqueria style tacos and the ultimate handmade sangria. Throw in a trio of salsas and this Fiesta party is ready to start! Grab a friend and come join us! Hands down our most popular class! CUSIN 164 3/24 TH 6-8PM $59 Spokane Community College, Bldg 1, Rm 144

Healthy Dinner in 30 Minutes Need dinner in a hurry? Have our chef teach you the basics of preparing a healthy and balanced meal for 4 in 30 minutes or less. The class includes 3 different entrées, starch side dishes, as well as vegetables. 2 salad recipes will also be included. Take the stress out of busy week nights! with this course! CUSIN 166 4/21 TH 6-8PM $59 Spokane Community College, Bldg 1, Rm 144

CUSIN 152 5/5 TH 6-8PM $49 Spokane Community College, Bldg 1, Rm 144

The queen of all breakfast treats...learn how to make your own buttery, homemade Croissants! Class will utilize almond paste, local chocolate and fresh fruits. CUSIN 134 5/19 TH 6-8PM $49 Spokane Community College, Bldg 1, Rm 144

Mouthwatering Mediterranean Small Plates Travel through the Mediterranean palate of small plates. Learn classic tapas, meze and antipasti to add your bag of party tricks and entertain with all the ease of the Mediterranean! Wine pairings with each dish highlighted. CUSIN 118 6/2 TH 6-8PM $59 Spokane Community College, Bldg 1, Rm 144

Brewers’ Series Classes lead by local brewers and their staff on education of craft beer. Snacks and app to pair with beers. Spring brewery TBD, please contact Anne Mayer at 533.8483 for more information. CUSIN 165 6/16 TH 6-8PM $59 Spokane Community College, Bldg 1, Rm 144

Early Bird Special! Receive a 10% discount when you register for two or more different INCA classes between January 31st and February 17th.

incaafterdark.scc.spokane.edu • email: incaafterdark@scc.spokane.edu


Nonprofit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Spokane WA Permit No 714

Flagger Traffic Control

District Administration

501 N Riverpoint Blvd MS 1015 PO Box 6000 Spokane WA 99217-6000

arn your Washington State Traffic E Control card in just eight hours. Course is designed with lecture and hands-on training to meet required state certification. Certification card issued upon completion of the course, must be renewed every three years. Dan Gadd CRTPG113 4/10 M 8AM-4:30PM

$75

Cindy Close CRTPG113 5/5

M 8AM-4:30PM

$75

Dan Gadd CRTPG113 6/12 M 8AM-4:30PM

$75

Spokane Community College, Bldg 50, Rm 121 Call 509-533-8483 for course information or to register.

CWCE Summer 2017 Youth Camp COLLEGE

Starts July 10th!

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Make Your First 3D Video Game Make Your First 3D Model Minecraft Designers and Modders Lego Comics and Games For more information, contact our Star Wars Stop Animation program coordinator at 533-8483. And more! Community Colleges of Spokane does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, sexual orientation or age in its programs, activities or employment. Please direct all inquiries regarding compliance with access, equal opportunity and/or grievances to chief administration officer, CCS, 501 N Riverpoint Blvd, PO Box 6000, MS1004, Spokane WA 99217-6000 or call 509-434-5037, SCC TTY 533-8610/VP 866-948-2811, SFCC TTY 533-3838/VP 509-315-2310. Marketing and Public Relations, January 2017 - 16-289 - A


CWCE Spring 2017 Class Schedule