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Spring 2020

Shine COURSE CATALOG


All NEW!

Spring INCA After Dark Offerings! Gluten Free Baking

Inland Northwest Dieting

Plant Based Cuisine

Pizzeria Pizza & Stromboli at Home – Italian Favorites!

Mother’s Day Brunch

See page 16 for more information.

Now offering courses online! See page 4 for more information!

Find the CompTIA Career Pathway for You

INTERMEDIATE

CORE SKILLS CERTIFICATIONS

For more information call 509-533-8483.

INTERMEDIATE

We are now offering CompTIA A+, Network+, and Security+ ONLINE. Jumpstart your career in IT with flexible scheduling and work on your own time!


SHINE

SPRING REGISTRATION OPENS FEBRUARY 26 Visit ccs.spokane.edu/workforce or call 509-279-6030 to register. • TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S • Business & Professional Development...............3 Certificate Programs..............................................4 Computers & Technology....................................6 Health & Medical...................................................8 Teacher Education.............................................. 11 Mastercam University......................................... 12 Art & Design........................................................ 13 Cuisine & Libations............................................. 16 Fitness & Sports.................................................. 17 Music.................................................................... 20 Photography....................................................... 21 Special Interest.................................................... 23 Registration......................................................... 24

Live outside Spokane? Look for classes with an asterisk* for online & off-campus offerings!

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STAFF feature: ALYSSA BAHEZA

Alyssa Baheza has been working at CCE since December of 2017. As the office and marketing assistant, Alyssa provides support to all our programs and program coordinators. From assisting our students to performing essential marketing and social media tasks, Alyssa’s work has contributed immense value to our organization. During her time here, Alyssa has worked with us in many capacities: as a Next Gen Zone intern, as part-time hourly staff, and as a work study student. Regardless of her title, you will find Alyssa at our front desk, jumping in to help both students and staff with patience and kindness.

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Throughout her time with CCE, Alyssa has been attending classes at Spokane Falls Community College. She is active in the local Native American community, acting as a member of SFCC’s Red Nations club and helping them put on their annual pow wow. This March, she will earn her Associates of Arts degree from Spokane Falls Community College and depart from the CCE team. Though her departure is bittersweet, we are excited for Alyssa to start the next chapter of her career. She currently plans to transfer to Eastern Washington University to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature. We would like to thank Alyssa for her great work with us, and we wish her all the very best in her future endeavors.

Visit ccs.spokane.edu/workforce or call 509-533-7146 for questions, detailed course descriptions, & registration


Business & Professional Development ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS*

This course explains financial concepts and accounting processes used in most businesses and provides practical techniques to increase your effectiveness. Understand the seven steps in the accounting cycle and use financial information in decision making. 1.6 CEUs.

BUSPD 101 5780 Online

4/6-5/1

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$195

Strategically applying/utilizing various disciplines in order to cause organizational change and add value is often referred to as “change management.� Managers and aspiring leaders in the workplace are increasingly being asked to develop personal skills and attitudes for implementing change, as well as a technical understanding of how to apply the tools for change. Learn how to successfully plan, implement, communicate, create employee involvement and commitment, and add value during change.

4/6-5/1

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$195

6/8-7/3

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$195

LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES*

Designed for Gen Y (born 1980-1999), this course serves as the first of three in a series addressing the development of Generation Y leadership. Become an effective leader and discover your style of leadership. Learn about task completion, building relationships with subordinates, examine case studies, and more! 1.6 CEUs.

BUSPD 129 5846 Online

4/6-5/1

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$145

THE BUSINESS PLAN*

ENTREPRENEURSHIP SPECIALIST*

The Entrepreneurship Specialist Program pulls together all of the education and skills necessary for success in starting your own business, or cultivating the entrepreneurial spirit necessary to start a new division in your current role. From drafting the initial business plan to financing your vision and managing your staff, the Entrepreneurship Program covers everything successful entrepreneurs require to start, build, and grow their next venture.

BUSPD 238 9731 Online

Designed for non-financial managers, business owners, entrepreneurs, and other decision-makers, this advanced course will take the mystery out of money matters. Learn to assess and analyze the financial information that drives your organization in order to make smart decisions when it comes to budgeting, setting goals, and assessing performance within your area of influence.

BUSPD 193 5815 Online

CHANGE MANAGEMENT SKILLS*

BUSPD 190 5842 Online

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND PLANNING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS*

3/23-6/14

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$1750

EIPA WRITTEN EXAM PREPARATION*

The course covers the Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment (EIPA) written materials, exam topics and supplemental materials. *Students may also access the course online (during scheduled class time) through Zoom software.

BUSPD 300 1 2444 4/15-6/10 W SFCC-16/Human Services, 114/Online

4-6PM

$135

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. 1.6 CEUs.

BUSPD 150 5822 Online

5/4-5/29

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$195

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. 1.6 CEUs.

BUSPD 141 5774 Online

5/4-5/29

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$195

Please note: Upon registration you will be automatically enrolled into the CCS emergency alert system, RAVE alerts. We use this system to notify you if there is a closure or emergency on campus. If you wish to opt out, please email ccs.communications@ccs.spokane.edu SPRING 2020

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Certificate Programs BOOKKEEPING CERTIFICATE*

How do you manage the finances of a business? Whether you are an entrepreneur, running a family business, or just looking to advance your career and add to your skill set, this Bookkeeping Certificate will provide you with the knowledge needed to measure and manage the financial health of your business. This program focuses on cash basis accounting. Courses included in the program: Closing Procedures and Financial Statements, General Ledger and Month End Procedures, Understanding Debits and Credits. 4.8 CEUs.

CRTPG 181 5856 Online

4/6-7/3

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$495

CERTIFIED INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROFESSIONAL (CISSP) CERTIFICATE*

Information Systems Security Professional training offers a standard competency for entry-level security analyst. An Information Systems Security Professional certification means that an individual possesses the knowledge, skills, and technical aptitude necessary to successfully implement and manage a security program. The CISSP certification is sought by IT professionals with job titles such as security auditor, security systems engineer, security architect and chief information security officer.

CRTPG 192 Online

9730

3/23-6/14

ARR

$1750

COMPTIA A+ CERTIFICATE - SFCC*

CompTIA A+ is the industry standard for establishing a career in IT. Prerequisite includes current IT Fundamentals Certification or equivalent with instructor permission. Two exams are needed to certify; exam vouchers (220-1001 and 220-1002), additional virtual lab access, and books are included (over a $450 value!).

CRTPG 301 9725 Online In Person:

3/23-6/14

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$1750

COMPTIA IT FUNDAMENTALS+ CERTIFICATE - SFCC

Learn foundational knowledge on computer hardware, software, networking, cybersecurity, troubleshooting, and emerging technologies. This class will prepare you for the CompTIA IT Fundamentals exam that can be a stepping stone to more advanced certifications. Exam voucher (FC0-U61) and books are included (over a $150 value!).

B. Scott CRTPG 300 7329 5/4-5/19 MTuWTh 5-9PM $1795 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 218 COMPTIA NETWORK+ CERTIFICATE - SFCC* Learn the essential knowledge and skills to develop a career in IT infrastructure. Learn to support the network regardless of the platform, forming the foundation needed before specializing in a vendor solution. Prerequisite includes current A+ Certification or equivalent with instructor permission. Exam voucher (N10-007), and books are included (over a $350 value!).

CRTPG 302

9726 3/23-6/14 ARR

$1750

Online In Person: CRTPG 302 12179 4/13-5/9 MW 6-9PM Sat 8AM-12PM $2395 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 218 COMPTIA SECURITY+ CERTIFICATE - SFCC*

This global certification validates the baseline skills necessary to perform core security functions, ensuring the security professional is better prepared to problem solve a wider variety of issues. Prerequisite includes current Network+ Certification or equivalent with instructor permission. Exam voucher (SY0-501) and books are included (over a $350 value!). Interested in taking this course in-person? Contact (509) 533-8483 today!

CRTPG 303 9727 Online

3/23-6/14

ARR

$1750

CRTPG 302 12179 3/17-4/4 TTh 6-9PM Sat 8AM-12PM $2395 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 218

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Visit ccs.spokane.edu/workforce or call 509-533-7146 for questions, detailed course descriptions, & registration


CONCRETE FIELD TESTING

This course will help prepare individuals for the ACI Concrete Field Testing Technician: Field Grade I Training Certification Exams (written and performance). Upon completion of the course, students will have an understanding of making and curing test specimens in the field, sampling and measuring temperature of freshly mixed concrete, and slump of hydraulic-cement concrete. Students will also learn about testing air content of concrete by the pressure method, volumetric method, and testing for density, yield, and air content of concrete. Note: performance and written exams through a Local Sponsoring Group are required to become ACI Certified. Course price includes study guide for the exam.

TBD

TBD

$350

CUSTOMER SERVICE CERTIFICATE*

Good customer service is one of the central factors in organizational success. Learn to improve your customer service skills to enhance your career skill set and improve productivity. Courses included in program: Keys to Customer Service, Extraordinary Customer Service. 3.2 CEUs.

CRTPG 144 5855 Online

4/6-5/29

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$245

In this short “on-ramp” course designed for those potentially interested in career shifts to cyber security or information technology, you will gain experience analyzing and understanding what networking traffic security alerts mean through two realistic hands-on tasks required of entry level interns at Security Operations Centers for security service companies. (Future courses will deal with log analysis, malware analysis, digital forensics, and incident response). Though entry level, this course requires task completion and research online under the guidance of an online instructional mentor to better teach students about networks and networking threats. 75 hours of coursework.

3/23-4/17

ARR

$1295

CYBER DEFENDER 1*

In this course, students will apply their knowledge of networking, Linux and Windows operating systems, the Internet, Web services, and log management. This is a hands-on, mentor-led learning course with optimized lecture and instruction. Course price includes AWS book.

CRTPG 188 10750 Online

4/20-6/3

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CRTPG 189 10752 Online

4/20-6/3

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$2495

DIGITAL MARKETING (EMARKETING) CERTIFICATE*

Join us for a fundamental yet advanced introduction to eMarketing! Learn about improving email promotions, analyzing website traffic, search engine optimization, and using online advertising. Courses included in program: Online Advertising, Improving Email Promotions, Boosting Your Website Traffic. 4.8 CEUs.

CRTPG 130 5853 Online

4/6-7/3

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$495

FLAGGER/TRAFFIC CONTROL

CYBER DEFENDER 0/CYBER DEFENSE BASICS FOR THE NON-EXPERT*

CRTPG 187 10741 Online

In this course, students will expand their applied knowledge of network traffic and packets, malware, memory, and drive forensics. This is a handson, mentor-led learning course with optimized lecture and instruction. Students in this course should be able to work without precise specific direction, instruction, or supervision. Tasks and objectives are provided along with general guidance and tools to accomplish the required outcomes. Course price includes AWS book. Prerequisite: Cyber Defender 1

Earn your Washington State Traffic Control card in just eight hours. Certification card issued upon completion of the course, must be renewed every three years. Course prices includes book.

K. Cardwell CRTPG 113 7317 CRTPG 113 7325 CRTPG 113 7326 CRTPG 113 7327 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 108

3/26 4/16 5/7 6/11

Th Th Th Th

8AM-4PM 8AM-4PM 8AM-4PM 8AM-4PM

$85 $85 $85 $85

HIGH PERFORMANCE DYNO TUNING

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

J. Rogers CRTPG 124 7328 SCC-18/Automotive, 111

4/14-6/4 TuTh 6-9:30PM $500

$2495

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CRTPG 183 TBD Location TBD

CYBER DEFENDER 2*

TO STAY CURRENT WITH OUR SCHEDULE AND OFFERINGS

SPRING 2020

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Computers & Technology ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT WITH BOOKKEEPING AND QUICKBOOKS CERTIFICATE PROGRAM WITH EXTERNSHIP* This program takes students through the ins and outs of day-to-day office functions as well as the essential knowledge of bookkeeping and overall record keeping relative to successful small business operations. Additionally, this course takes students through all accounting principles and bookkeeping necessities so that they can not only keep accurate books, but understand why and how these records are kept, as well as how these processes and procedures might be improved. A full study of QuickBooks will ensure that students can operate successfully within the most-widely used accounting software application.

COMTE 177 Online

9729

3/23-6/14

ARR

$1599

The Microsoft Office course introduces students to the standard business applications that most professional and academic entities use. Students will master computer basics including Windows, word processing, spreadsheets, data processing, graphics, internet, and email applications. From there, students will learn how to transfer data from one application to another and what uses this capability has when applied to typical work function. Having a basic mastery of the entire MS Office suite ensures you know how to navigate through the major programs and also interact between them to increase overall productivity even more.

9728 3/23-6/14 ARR

Gain a foundational understanding of the basic functions and features of Excel 2016. Learn how to track and analyze data utilizing the program’s commands and settings to develop electronic worksheets, calculate simple formulas, and more. Course price includes book.

N. Kidder-Perry COMTE 301 123456 4/3-4/10 F 9AM-1PM $225 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214 EXCEL 2016: INTERMEDIATE - SFCC

Expand your knowledge of Excel’s 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 more. Course price includes book.

N. Kidder-Perry

MICROSOFT OFFICE SUITE*

COMTE 178 Online

EXCEL 2016: FOUNDATIONS - SFCC

COMTE 305 1234567 4/17-4/24 F 9AM-1PM $225 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214 EXCEL 2016: ADVANCED - SFCC

Tap into the full power of Excel to interpret indepth data. Discover how to automate complex and repetitive tasks, construct elaborate formulas, and much more. Course price includes book.

N. Kidder-Perry COMTE 309 1234 5/1-5/8 F 9AM-1PM $225 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214

$599

Additional Microsoft Office Classes available! Word: Foundations 4/29, 9AM-4PM

Outlook: Foundations 4/15, 9AM-4PM

Word: Intermediate 5/6, 9AM-4PM

Outlook: Intermediate 4/22, 9AM-4PM

Word: Advanced 5/13, 9AM-4PM

Outlook: Bundle Deal! 4/15-4/22 9AM-4PM

Word: Bundle Deal! 4/29-5/13, 9AM-4PM

Instructor: N. Kidder-Perry

Location: SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214 Visit our website at ccs.spokane.edu/workforce or call 509-533-7146 or email ce@ccs.spokane.edu for more information. 6

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EXCEL 2016: BUNDLE DEAL! - SFCC

QUICKBOOKS 2018 - KEEP GOING!

N. Kidder-Perry COMTE 162 12345 4/3-5/8 F 9AM-1PM $650 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214

R. Gabel

Take all three levels of Excel 2016 for a reduced price. Course price includes book.

QUICKBOOKS 2018 - GET GOING!

QuickBooks makes bookkeeping manageable and efficient. Learn how to set up the inventory for services you sell, invoice, receive payments from customers, and enter and pay bills. Course price includes book.

R. Gabel COMTE 163 9048 4/10 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 006

F

9AM-5PM

$225

Learn to customize forms, create reports and graphs, and track and pay sales tax in QuickBooks. This class also focuses extensively on payroll features. Course price includes book.

COMTE164 9049 4/17-4/24 F SCC-50/Max Snyder, 006

9AM-4PM $450

QUICKBOOKS 2018 - BUNDLE DEAL!

Take both levels of QuickBooks 2018 for a reduced price. Course price includes book for each level.

R. Gabel COMTE 165 9050 4/10-4/24 F SCC-50/Max Snyder, 006

9AM-4PM

$650

Advance your career online! Too busy to take a class in person? Online programs are a great way for working professionals to add to their skill set. Browse classes with an asterisk* to get started with flexible online learning opportunities!

Bookkeeping Certificate

Cyber Security

Customer Service Certificate

Digital Marketing Certificate

Change Management Skills

Negotiation: Get What you Want

…and much more!

Online learning Opportunities to accommodate any schedule! Visit ccs.spokane.edu/workforce. SPRING 2020

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Health and Medical ADULT FAMILY HOME (AFH) ADMINISTRATOR TRAINING

DEMENTIA SPECIALTY TRAINING: CAPABLE CAREGIVER, LEVEL 1

S. Allen CRTPG 123 4/7-4/23 TuWTh 9AM-4PM $769 SCC-1/Main, 109 A. Witthauer CRTPG 123 6/2-6/18 TuWTh 9AM-4PM $769 SFCC-27/Magnuson, TBD

HEMED 145 4/17 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 109 HEMED 145 6/5 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 108

This course is required for all Washington State Adult Family Home Care providers. Instruction includes all elements necessary to meet state license requirements. Satisfactory completion of all units is mandated to obtain certificate. CASAS exam included.

CPR FOR THE HEALTH CARE COMMUNITY

This 4-hour class will teach participants the skills necessary to perform American Heart Association BLS Provider level CPR. Upon successful completion of the entire course, including the written and skills tests, the students will receive an American Heart Association BLS Provider CPR card that will be valid for a two year time period. This card level is acceptable as the CPR requirement for Nursing and Allied Health programs as well as for most educational and workplace needs.

HEMED 156 4/17 Skills Check Off Only: HEMED 155 5/1 SCC-09/Health Sciences, 013

F 8AM-12PM $75 F

8AM-12PM

Classes start March 23!

This class will assist managers and long-term care workers with information and resources to provide care for people with varying types of dementia. Students will examine the differences between dementia, delirium, and depression. DSHS approved 8-hour class includes exam and certificate upon completion. Meets requirements for Manager Dementia class.

F

8AM-5PM

$99

F

8AM-5PM

$99

ADULT FAMILY HOME ORIENTATION

This one-day class provides an overview of the AFH administrator training program and expectations of the AFH licensee. This class is one of the requirements (see Washington Administrative Code [WAC] 388-76-10060) applicants need to meet prior to turning in the application for licensing. Students will receive a certificate after completing the class; this certificate is valid for one calendar year from the date of attendance.

HEMED 106 5/26 SFCC-27/Magnuson, TBD

Tu

9AM-4PM

$39

$75

Mental Health Associate Learn how to provide care when working with high-risk populations. This program will combine several courses in mental and physical health. Earn DSHS certificates in Mental Health, Level 1, Dementia Specialty Training, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Navigating Challenging Behaviors, and more. For more information, contact the Health & Medical Program Manager at cehealthandmed@ccs.spokane.edu or call 509-533-8057.

Parking: Students are responsible for purchasing a parking permit.

All campus parking must be paid, either by meters or virtual permits. Parking is enforced Monday-Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. To obtain a virtual permit, please visit ccs.nupark.com/portal. To purchase a $3 day pass, utilize the parking kiosks on campus.

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Visit ccs.spokane.edu/workforce or call 509-533-7146 for questions, detailed course descriptions, & registration


ECG/EKG ONLINE COURSE FOR NURSES*

This course is a valuable resource for learning the fundamentals of reading and interpreting electrocardiograms (ECGs/EKGs.) Course information includes Cardiac Anatomy and Physiology; Electrical Basis of ECGs; Sinus Dysrhythmias; and much more.

HEMED 158 Online

4/6-6/22

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$899

EKG ONLINE TECHNICIAN PROGRAM*

This Electrocardiogram (EKG) Technician Program prepares students to perform EKGs. This course will include information on anatomy and physiology of the heart, medical disease processes, medical terminology, medical ethics, legal aspects of patient contact, electrocardiography, and stress testing. A highly interactive course!

HEMED 159 Online

4/6-6/22

ARR

$1599

HIV/AIDS FOR PROFESSIONAL LICENSING*

This 7-hour CE Online course meets the WA State requirement of HIV/AIDs education for professional licensure. Students who complete the course with at least 80% proficiency on tests receive a mailed Recognition of Attendance. You must provide an e-mail address at registration.

HEMED 107 Online

4/6-6/22 ARR

$79

HOME CARE AIDE - APP & TEST FEE INCLUDED! This course satisfies the 75 hours of required training to obtain your Home Care Aide license in the State of Washington. Students receive quality training in basic fundamentals of care, dementia care, mental health care, navigating challenging behaviors, required skills, communication, and traumatic brain injury. Course fee includes textbook, Mental Health and Dementia level one capable caregiver certifications, DOH license application fee, and Prometic testing fees!

Various HEMED 170 3/23-4/3 HEMED 170 4/13-4/24 HEMED 170 5/4-5/15 HEMED 170 5/25-6/5 Evening classes: HEMED 170 4/20-5/8 HEMED 170 5/18-6/5 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 109

Daily Daily Daily Daily

8AM-2PM 8AM-2PM 8AM-2PM 8AM-2PM

$685 $685 $685 $685

HOME CARE AIDE CERTIFIED TO NAC BRIDGE PROGRAM

This course expands on the skills and knowledge of the Home Care Aide through 24 hours of advanced theory and skills training to sit for the NACES exam. The Bridge course consists of 8 hrs of lecture, 8 hrs of lab, and 8 hrs in clinical rotation under supervision. Course cost includes textbook and insurance fee. Student must show proof of active HCA license, CPR/First Aid Card, HIV/AIDS certificate, TB Test results and have current immunization records.

M. Smith HEMED 108 5/18-5/20 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 109

MTuW 2-10PM

$385

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. The Bridge course consists of 8 hrs lecture, 8 hrs lab, and 8 hrs supervised clinical rotation. Course fee includes textbook and insurance. Student must show proof of CPR/First Aid Card, HIV/AIDS certificate, TB test results, and have current immunization records.

M. Smith HEMED 113 5/18-5/20 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 109

MTuW 2-10PM

$385

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR HEALTHCARE WORKERS - CE ONLINE*

This program is a guide to identifying and understanding the basic word structure, root words, suffixes, and prefixes in the medical field. A great introductory course for aspiring healthcare professionals!

HEMED 160 Online

4/6-6/22

ARR

$799

MWTh 5:30-9:30PM $685 MWTh 5:30-9:30PM $685

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MENTAL HEALTH, LEVEL 1: CAPABLE CAREGIVING FOR MENTAL WELLNESS

This 8-hour course will provide the manager or long-term care worker a general overview about mental disorders, along with more information on four of the most common mental disorders. DSHS approved 8 hour class with certificate upon successfully passing exam.

HEMED 138 4/16 HEMED 138 6/4 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 109

Th 8AM-5PM Th 8AM-5PM

$99 $99

PHLEBOTOMY PROGRAM CERTIFICATION CLASS

This 8-hour class will allow the MLT, MT, MLS, and those who are certified out of state to obtain a Phlebotomy Program completion certificate. The certificate is required to be eligible to apply for the Medical Assistant-Phlebotomist (MA-P) credential and work as a Certified Phlebotomist in the State of WA. This class does not fulfill the 7-hour HIV/AIDS training required by Department of Health (DOH) prior to obtaining the MA-P credential.

K. Mathison CRTPG 151 4/18 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 112 CRTPG 151 6/13 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 110

Sa Sa

8AM-5PM $249 8AM-5PM $249

REGISTERED CARDIOVASCULAR INVASIVE SPECIALIST EXAM REVIEW I AND II – ONLINE* Prepare for the Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist Credential examination in these 33-hour online courses. Designed for RNs, CVTs and RTs currently employed in a cath lab with two years of cath lab experience or a graduate from an accredited CVT program. Review I and II may be taken in any order. Email CEHealthandMed@ccs.spokane. edu for textbook requirements.

RCIS Review I: HEMED 115 RCIS Review II: HEMED 115 Online

4/6-6/22

ARR

$179

4/6-6/22

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$179

SPECIAL NEEDS PARENTING: LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL*

Did you know that 70% of adults with an intellecutal or developmental disability (I/DD) live at home with their parents or other caregivers? This six-part series is designed to help parents and caregivers navigate the complex support system for people with I/DD and create a richer life for their children. Call (509) 533-7146 for additional locations. ITV to other locations available upon request, call 509-533-8057.

B. Holloway HEMED 142 SCC-1/Main, 120

PHLEBOTOMY FOR THE CMA/MAC*

4/8-5/13 W

10AM-12PM $18.59

This six-week online course is for the Certified Medical Assistant to obtain their Phlebotomist Certification. The intent of this course is to learn how to draw blood specimens for testing purposes. The course will cover fundamental skills, training to use a variety of blood drawing techniques, set-up of appropriate equipment and supplies for specified blood work, theoretical and clinical experience and will follow the ASMT guidelines. Students will have an estimated 24-36 hours of skills lab one day a week and approximately 40 hours of clinical externship, if necessary.

CRTPG122 Online

4/6-5/15

ARR

$1449

Phlebotomy Program Orientation The Medical Assistant-Phlebotomist Training Program teaches the skills to draw blood. Qualify for a great entry-level job in the healthcare field. Interested students must attend a MANDATORY orientation in order to apply for summer quarter.

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Spokane Orientation: Tuesday, 4/7, 5-7PM Spokane Community College, Bldg. 6 1810 N Greene St., Spokane, WA 99217

For more information or to be placed on the interest list, please contact the Health & Medical Program Supervisor at cehealthandmed@ccs.spokane.edu or call 509-533-8057.

Visit ccs.spokane.edu/workforce or call 509-533-7146 for questions, detailed course descriptions, & registration


Teacher Education EARN CLOCK HOURS WITH VESI! LEARN ANYWHERE, ANYTIME ONLINE. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.VIRTUALEDUC.COM/CCS OR CALL 509-533-8483

This course describes characteristics of these disorders, associated learning styles, and various intervention strategies. Learn about resources for educators, related service personnel, and parents. 30 clock hours.

EDCE 112 5570 Online

3/23-6/14

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$200

BEHAVIOR IS LANGUAGE: STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR*

This course is designed to give the learner a new perspective on student behavior in order to find and implement creative, effective solutions to behavioral problems. 45 clock hours.

EDCE 113 5573 Online

3/23-6/14

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$230

EARLY CHILDHOOD: FAMILY-CENTERED SERVICES*

Examine the role of early childhood educators, explore ways to build partnerships with parents, and learn to create communities of care. 30 clock hours.

EDCE 116 5575 Online

3/23-6/14

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$200

EARLY CHILDHOOD: TYPICAL & ATYPICAL DEVELOPMENT*

Explore contemporary best practices in early childhood development emphasizing individual differences, cultural influences, and the impact of developmental delay and disability during infancy, toddlerhood, and preschool years. 45 clock hours.

EDCE 119 5578 Online

3/23-6/14

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$230

INCLUSION: WORKING WITH STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS IN GENERAL EDUCATION CLASSROOMS*

Gain a better understanding of inclusion, one of the current educational reform movements that advocates educating students with disabilities in the general education classrooms. Discuss the roles and responsibilities of educators in providing special services to students educated in inclusive classrooms. 30 clock hours.

EDCE 122 5581 Online

3/23-6/14

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LEARNING DISABILITIES: PRACTICAL INFORMATION FOR THE CLASSROOM TEACHER*

Learn about diverse approaches to handling learning disabilities in the classroom and lay the foundation for appropriate student assessment and evaluation. Course covers program planning and implementation, stresses the importance of positive partnerships with parents or caregivers, and explores methods for ensuring that the home-school axis is effective and meaningful. 45 clock hours.

EDCE 124 5585 Online

3/23-6/14

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$230

TEACHING ELEMENTARY MATH CONCEPTUALLY: A NEW PARADIGM*

This course is designed to expand your methodology for teaching Mathematics. The course will explore an innovative teaching model that incorporates strategies for teaching concepts constructively and contextually. 30 clock hours.

EDCE 131 5586 Online

3/23-6/14

ARR

$200

TEACHING SECONDARY MATH CONCEPTUALLY: MEETING MATHEMATICS STANDARDS* This course is designed to explain and connect the major concepts, procedures, and reasoning processes of mathematics. Current standards and practices in math education will be discussed to outline a teaching methodology that is conceptual, contextual, and constructive. 30 clock hours.

EDCE 138 5587 Online

3/23-6/14

ARR

$230

UNDERSTANDING & IMPLEMENTING COMMON CORE STANDARDS*

Learn the rationale for and design of the Common Core State Standards. Explore the “Common Core Mindset” practitioners need for successful implementation, and what specific actions can be taken for deeper implementation across settings. 45 clock hours.

EDCE 135 5588 Online

3/23-6/14

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AUTISM & ASPERGER’S DISORDER: INFORMATION & EFFECTIVE INTERVENTION STRATEGIES*

TO STAY CURRENT WITH OUR SCHEDULE AND OFFERINGS

SPRING 2020

*Available off-campus/online

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MASTERCAM UNIVERSITY LEARN ANYWHERE, ANYTIME ONLINE! FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT CCS.SPOKANE.EDU/WORKFORCE ADVANCED MILL DESIGN AND TOOLPATHS - (3D MILL)*

The Mastercam University Mill Design & Toolpaths course provides training that exceeds the minimum requirements for the first level of Mastercam Certification (Mill-CPgmM) as defined by the Mastercam Certification Advisory Committee.

COMTE 150 5532 Online

3/23-6/14

ARR

$199

LATHE/DESIGN AND TOOLPATHS - (LATHE)* The Mastercam University Lathe Design & Toolpaths course provides training that exceeds the minimum requirements for the first level of Mastercam Lathe Certification (Lathe-CPgmL) as defined by the Mastercam Certification Advisory Committee.

COMTE 151 5541 Online

3/23-6/14

ARR

$199

MILL DESIGN AND TOOLPATHS - (MILL 2D)*

MULTIAXIS*

The Mastercam University Multiaxis Curve / Drill / Circle Mill course provides students with a strong foundation in 5-axis CNC programming.

COMTE 153 5554 Online

3/23-6/14

ARR

$199

PRINCIPLES FOR MACHINING*

Integrate STEM content into your training. This course aligns with the STEM National Standards as they apply to the CAD-CAM-CNC process. Principles for Machining can be used as a standalone pre-Mastercam class.

COMTE 154 5557 Online

3/23-6/14

ARR

$199

MASTERCAM UNIVERSITY - BUNDLE DEAL!* Take all 5 Mastercam courses for a reduced price!

COMTE 155 5560 Online

3/23-6/14

ARR

$899

The Mastercam University Mill Design & Toolpaths course provides training that exceeds the minimum requirements for the first level of Mastercam Certification (Mill-CPgmM) as defined by the Mastercam Certification Advisory Committee.

COMTE 149 5552 Online

3/23-6/14

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$199

A new hands-on career in CNC Machining or a building trade might pay more than you think. With good starting wages, only six quarters of instruction, your future looks bright at SCC.

Learn more at:

scc.spokane.edu/high-wages.

Starting wages range from $17-19/hr.

Classes start Spring quarter. 12

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Art & Design APRIL SHOWER WALL ART

NEW!

We will be mixing cultured sea glass, driftwood, and more to create an “April Showers Brings May Flowers” themed piece of art to hang in your home or share with someone you love.

A. Gurel SI 146 10023 3/26 SI 146 10024 4/16 SCC-50/Max Snyder, TBD

Th 6-8PM Th 6-8PM

GARDEN BLING

$49 $49

NEW!

Dress up your garden with garden bling! Wire wrap different sizes of cultured sea glass to create the perfect addition to any garden or houseplant. A. Gurel SI 147 10025 3/28 Sa 6-8PM $49 SI 147 10026 4/21 Tu 6-8PM $49 SCC-50/Max Snyder, TBD EASTER CARDS

NEW!

Make this year’s Easter card unforgettable by adding cultured sea glass, sand, and more to your designs!

A. Gurel SI 145 10022 3/31 SCC-50/Max Snyder, TBD

Tu

6-8PM

$49

RAIN CHAIN/HOUSE BLING

CERTIFICATE FOR BEGINNING FLORAL DESIGN

Learn the basics of floral design in this 10-week lecture/lab certificate program. Learn the principles of design and how to utilize them in your floral designs. We will start with the basics and work towards intermediate level. All flowers and reading materials are included in the price of the class. You will earn a Certificate for Beginning Floral Design. Instructor Loretta Etchison has been in the floral industry for 30 years, with 16 years at SCC. Ideal for budding florists but also great for floral hobbyists and enthusiasts!

L. Etchison ARTDE 157 7380 4/7-6/9 SCC-10/Greenhouses, 105

Tu

6-9PM

$399

CERTIFICATE FOR INTERMEDIATE FLORAL DESIGN

In this class, we will build on the skills learned in the beginning floral certificate. We will concentrate on ID, the principles of design, and creating flowers as a piece of art. Prerequisite: Beginning Floral Design certificate or prior floral experience. All materials covered in course price.

L. Etchison ARTDE 161 7382 4/8-6/10 W SCC-10/Greenhouses, 105

6-9PM

$399

NEW!

Dress up those old downspouts or add a pop of color! Learn to create eye-catching cultured sea glass and wire rainchains.

A. Gurel SI 150 10295 4/2-4/9 Th SI 150 10296 5/19-5/26 Tu SCC-50/Max Snyder, TBD

6-8PM 6-8PM

$59 $59

CORPORATE/CUSTOMIZED

T R A I N I N G Explore the potential of your organization!

Experience responsive, customized training tailored to meet your needs. Popular classes include: • Leadership & Communication • Project Management

• Microsoft Office training • Culinary Teambuilding …and much more!

509-533-8476 | ce@ccs.spokane.edu SPRING 2020

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FEARLESS AND COLORFUL PAINTING: ACRYLICS & WATERCOLORS

SPRING FLOWER BOUQUET

Learn to paint the fearless way with Elise Beattie! This enjoyable class will teach you how to use both watercolor and/or acrylic paints and tools using a variety of water-media techniques on paper. Watch step-by-step demonstrations as you learn to design beautiful landscapes, florals, figures, or abstract paintings during this 6-week class. Elise will help you bring out your creativity through indepth individual instruction, encouragement, and plenty of painting time. Please visit the instructor’s website for materials list: beattieartworks.com/ class-materials.html

E. Beattie ARTDE 160 7404 4 /7-5/12 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 105

Tu

5:30-7:30PM $99

EASTER WALL ART

NEW!

Mix cultured sea glass, driftwood, and more to create a wonderful, one-of-a-kind piece of art!

A. Gurel SI 148 10217 4/7 SCC-50/Max Snyder, TBD

Tu

6-8PM

$49

SUNCATCHER MADE WITH DRIFTWOOD AND WIRE WRAPPED CULTURED SEA GLASS NEW!

Create a unique piece of art to hang on your porch or window! Wire wrap 3 pieces of cultured sea glass, learn Amy’s signature Swan Chain, and watch the sunlight stream through the beautiful sea glass. Perfect for yourself or for giving!

A. Gurel SI 141 10292 4 /14 SI 141 10293 4/23 SCC-50/Max Snyder, TBD

Tu 5:30-8:30PM $49 Th 5:30-8:30PM $49

Make a beautiful floral bouquet in a vase using fresh and colorful spring blossoms!

L. Etchison ARTDE 150 7385 4/16 SCC-10/Greenhouses, 105

Th

6-8PM

MAY FLOWER ART

$55

NEW!

Create beautiful flower art using cultured sea glass!

A. Gurel SI 149 10294 4/28 SCC-50/Max Snyder, TBD

Tu

6-8PM

$49

MOTHER’S DAY CARD AND PENDANT NEW!

Let’s wow Mom (or another special lady in your life…even you!) with this cultured sea glass pendant and card matching set! Find the perfect piece of sea glass to wire wrap to create a beautiful pendant, and pick a few smaller pieces to create a matching card to tell her just how special she is to you.

A. Gurel SI 151 10297 4/30 SCC-50/Max Snyder, TBD

Th

6-8PM

CINCO DE MAYO SUNCATCHER

$49

NEW!

Let’s liven up the part with these amazing suncatchers! Whether it’s a bright, sunshiny day or dark, cold and dreary, these colorful wirewrapped cultured sea glass and driftwood suncatchers will remind you of the beach when they catch your eye.

A. Gurel SI 152 10413 5/5 SCC-50/Max Snyder, TBD

Tu

6-8PM

$49

Earn a 4-year degree at SFCC! If you already have your 2-year degree, you’re ready to take the next step to advance your career with a 4-year Bachelor of Applied Science. At SFCC we offer affordable tuition, highly trained faculty, small class sizes and programs designed to help you land a great job. Degrees in: • Applied Management • Information Systems and Technology • Cyber Security

WE ARE READY TO HELP YOU GET STARTED TODAY!

BAS@sfcc.spokane.edu | 509-533-3522 14

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MOTHER’S DAY BASKET

4TH OF JULY WREATH

L. Etchison ARTDE 153 7384 5/7 SCC-10/Greenhouses, 105

A. Gurel SI 156 10419 5/28 SI 156 10420 6/9 SCC-50/Max Snyder, TBD

This is a fun class to do with a family member or friend. Make a lovely Spring bouquet in a vase, just in time to celebrate Mother’s Day.

Th

6-8PM

MOTHER’S DAY WALL ART

$55

NEW!

Create a beautiful, unique piece of art for the special lady in your life using cultured sea glass, driftwood, and more.

A. Gurel SI 153 10415 5/7 SCC-50/Max Snyder, TBD

Th

6-8PM

PENDANT AND EARRING SET

$49

NEW!

Create a matching set of stunning jewelry using cultured sea glass! A beautiful addition to any outfit and great for giving.

A. Gurel SI 157 10414 5/12 SI 157 10421 6/11 SCC-50/Max Snyder, TBD

Tu Th

6-8PM 6-8PM

GRADUATION CARDS

$49 $49

NEW!

Mix things up by giving the graduates in your life a lovely, one-of-a-kind card using cultured sea glass, sand, and more.

A. Gurel SI 154 10416 5/14 SI 154 10417 6/2 SCC-50/Max Snyder, TBD

Th Tu

6-8PM 6-8PM

$49 $49

NEW!

Wow your 4th of July guests with a unique driftwood and cultured sea glass wreath!

Th Tu

6-8PM 6-8PM

$49 $49

YARD ART WELDING

Shape new, used, or recycled metal into yard art by using basic welding techniques. Students will design and provide materials for additional projects. Students must furnish some supplies, clothing and safety equipment. NOTE: The first night of class the instructor will give a safety orientation along with a list of supplies the students will need. Students that miss the safety orientation cannot be admitted into the welding shop.

L. Fautch ARTDE 105 7399 3/30-4/29 MW 6-8PM SCC-28/Stannard Technical Education, 119

$225

WELDING SKILLS BRUSH-UP

Welding class for 8 hours of lab time designed for previous yard art welding students to brush up on their skills or work on projects. Previous welding experience required. Note: Due to equipment availability, TIG welding cannot be covered in this class.

L. Fautch ARTDE 171 7402 5/4-6/1 M 6-8PM SCC-28/Stannard Technical Education, 119

$125

MEMORIAL DAY GARDEN BLING FLOWERS NEW!

Don’t just add your typical flowers this year! Decorate with these unique wire wrapped cultured sea glass flowers that you can reuse for years to come.

A. Gurel SI 155 10418 5/21 SCC-50/Max Snyder, TBD

Th

6-8PM

$49

Questions?

Call 509-533-7146 or email ce@ccs.spokane.edu SPRING 2020

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Cuisine & Libations GLUTEN FREE BAKING

NEW!

Baking without gluten is possible! Join us to learn the basics of gluten-free baking, using a variety of gluten-free flours like rice flour, garbanzo bean flour, and oat flour. Learn how to use ingredients like xanthan gum and explore unique egg substitutes for vegan baking!

C. Martin CUSIN 135 9 712 4/10 SCC-01/Main, 150-J

F

6-8PM

$59

PIZZERIA PIZZA & STROMBOLI AT HOME ITALIAN FAVORITES!

Make your own pizza and gluten free crust. Plus make your own Calzone and Stromboli.

C. Martin CUSIN 152 9 060 SCC-01/Main, 150-J

6/4

Th

6-8PM

PLANT BASED CUISINE

$59

NEW!

A class on a healthy Inland Northwest diet utilizing products grown or produced in our area.

Learn to make a variety of healthy vegan and vegetarian dishes! In this Fall into Spring plant-based cooking class, you’ll create Thai curry, cauliflower quinoa pilaf, roasted root vegetables, and a variety of fresh pasta sauces.

E. Nelson CUSIN 188 9710 SCC-01/Main, 150-J

C. Martin CUSIN 187 9709 4/23 SCC-01/Main, 150-J

INLAND NORTHWEST DIETING

5/21

Th

NEW!

6-8PM

MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH

$59

Th

6-8PM

$59

NEW!

Learn to poach the perfect egg! Join us to create the perfect Mother’s Day brunch. Learn to make hollandaise sauce, breakfast potatoes, and a few champagne cocktail ideas for your mom or loved one.

C. Martin CUSIN 159 9713 SCC-01/Main, 150-J

5/7

Th

6-8PM

$59

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN (EMT)

CHECK OUT OUR NEW WEBSITE! The course meets National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA), Washington State Department of Health (WA DOH), and National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) requirements to sit for the national registry exam.

STUDENTS MUST:

This 12 week EMT course prepares students for field and clinical careers in emergency medicine, including:

• Hold an American Heart Association BLS Provider CPR card

Fire Departments | Air & ground ambulance crews

• Comply with all immunization requirements for clinical rotations

Department of Defense contractors | ER technicians…and more!

• Be 18 years old by the time of their clinical rotations • Hold a valid driver’s license

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FITNESS & SPORTS BALLROOM DANCE - INTRODUCTION

In ten weeks you will learn the basics of Waltz, Foxtrot, Cha Cha, and Swing. Linda Christine will teach ballroom etiquette, musicality, posture, and simple steps to start dancing right away. Emphasis placed on having fun and learning to enjoy yourself in any ballroom dance situation. Partner NOT required. For more information, call 509 496-8138. To register, call 509 279-6030.

L. Christine DANCE 102 6 392 4/7-6/9 Tu 6-7:30PM $50 DANCE 102 6393 4/9-6/11 Th 6-7:30PM $50 SFCC-13/Physical Education Annex/Stadium, 101 BALLROOM DANCE - INTERMEDIATE

Intermediate ballroom dance class will develop the skills presented in intro. Students will progress in the Waltz, Foxtrot, Cha Cha, and Swing, while new steps are introduced in each dance. With an emphasis on styling and form, the student can dance anywhere (weddings, parties, ballrooms, etc). Partner NOT required. For more information, call Linda Christine 509 496-8138. To register, call 509 279-6030.

L. Christine DANCE 103 6394 4/7-6/9 Tu 7:30-9PM SFCC-13/Physical Education Annex/Stadium, 101

$50

BALLROOM DANCE - EXPERIENCED FUNDAMENTALS

Experienced Ballroom Dance Class will develop the skills presented in intermediate. Students will progress in Waltz, Foxtrot, Cha Cha, and Swing, while introducing an extra social dance. Have a great time learning new patterns and techniques while gaining confidence in your dancing abilities. This class is perfect for those who have danced before and want to improve. Instructor permission and a partner is required. For more information call 509 496-8138. To register, call 509 279-6030.

L. Christine DANCE 101 6 395 4/9-6/11 Th 7:30-9PM SFCC-13/Physical Education Annex/Stadium, 101

$50

CARDIO-FLEX

This class combines cardio and flexibility training. It provides dynamic, energizing, and fun cardio activities that improve cardiovascular fitness. These activities are offered using different methods including but not limited to step aerobics, kickboxing, and HIIT workouts. Flexibility training will follow the cardio exercises and will focus on site-specific areas to improve range of motion. Placing flexibility activities last increases their effectiveness because the muscles are warm and pliable, allowing them to stretch farther.

M. Evans FITNS 142 7295 4/6-6/10 MW 5:15-6:15PM $48 SCC-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center, 120

PHLEBOTOMY

FOR THE CMA/MAC Are you a Certified Medical Assistant?

Add a Phlebotomist certification to your toolbox in this six-week online course! Learn how to draw blood specimens for testing purposes. Skills lab and clinical externship included! See page 10 for more information.

Parking: Students are responsible for purchasing a parking permit.

All campus parking must be paid, either by meters or virtual permits. Parking is enforced Monday-Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. To obtain a virtual permit, please visit ccs.nupark.com/portal. To purchase a $3 day pass, utilize the parking kiosks on campus.

SPRING 2020

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INTRAMURALS - SFCC

Course required for individuals 16 years and older participating in the Community Colleges of Spokane intramural program who are not currently registered CCS students. For more information on specific activities and schedules, contact Bruce Johnson at SFCC (533-3647) or e-mail Bruce. Johnson@ccs.spokane.edu.

B. Johnson FITNS 165 6400 4/15-6/3 ARR ARR SFCC-07/Gymnasium and Fitness Center, ARR

$30

PARENT/CHILD AQUATICS

For infants/preschool ages 6 months to 3 years and a parent or trusted adult. 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 swimmers or even to survive in the water on their own. Learn information and techniques to help orient your children to the water and to safely supervise water activities. Prerequisite: Children in diapers must wear a swim diaper and a protective covering. Lab/supply fee included in cost.

C. Mannino FITNS 131 7284 4/10-5/15 F 10:15-11AM $20 SCC-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center, 121 PILATES

A method of body conditioning that includes mat exercises. Pilates strengthens and tones muscles, improves posture, provides flexibility and balance, unites body and mind, and creates a more streamlined shape.

M. Evans FITNS 110 7292 4/7-6/11 TTh 4:30-5:30PM $48 SCC-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center, 120 RECREATIONAL AQUATIC FITNESS

Progressive program of shallow and deep water exercises to help develop overall body conditioning. Parking permit required. For more class information call 533-7212 between 9am-5pm.

H. Lehman FITNS 111 7279 4/6-6/10 MW 4-5PM $53 C. Olsen FITNS 111 7282 4/7-6/11 TuTh 5:30-6:30PM $53 SCC-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center, 121

SCC: BODY CONDITIONING

Class designed to provide strength training programs that will help participants to gain fat-burning and metabolism-boosting benefits. A variety of body conditioning exercises will be used to increase muscle strength and bone mineral density, help with injury prevention, and enhance physical function in activities of daily living. M. Evans FITNS 105 7297 4/7-6/11 TuTh 5 :30-6:30PM $48 SCC-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center, 120 SCC: FACILITY USE - POOL AND TRACK

This class would give community people, 18 years and older, access to the swimming pool during open swim hours. This would include use of the indoor track, locker rooms, and basketball courts when available. NOTE: This does NOT allow use of the Fitness Center or Weight Room.

C. Mannino FITNS 106 7289 4/6-6/15 ARR 12-12AM SCC-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center, 121

$50

SCC: FACILITY USE FOR COMMUNITY QUARTERLY

Enroll in the SCC Fitness Center, Weight room, and Swimming pool for use during scheduled open times. For community members ages 18 and older. For open times call 533-7212 8AM-5PM.

S. McLachlan FITNS 107 7291 4/6-6/15 ARR 12-12AM $90 Online SFCC: BODY CONDITIONING, CORE & MORE

Get in shape! Have fun with resistance training set to music, 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. Warmup, cool-down, and stretching included. For more information, call Carol Dyksterhuis at 509 533-3636 or email Carol.Dyksterhuis@ccs.spokanefalls.edu. No class held on 5/4 and 5/25.

C. Dyksterhuis FITNS 186 6403 4/6-6/10 MW 5 :25-6:25PM $50 SFCC-13/Physical Education Annex/Stadium, 101

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SFCC: FITNESS CENTER/WT. ROOM - ALUMNI

Community Colleges of Spokane Alumni can work out in the Fitness Center/weight room at SFCC and/or SCC for the current academic year. Current/former students must have earned 36+ credits to be eligible. Closed all national holidays and campus development days. For more information call the Fitness Center 533-3488, PE/Athletic Office 533-3630, or email Lindsie.Scholwinski@ ccs.spokane.edu or Ryne.Webb@ccs.spokane.edu.

L. Scholwinski, R. Webb FITNS 194 6407 9/1/19-8/31/20 ARR ARR $150 SFCC-07/Gymnasium and Fitness Center, 122 SFCC: FITNESS CENTER/WT. ROOM COMMUNITY QUARTERLY

Class includes the elements of Step and Sculpt with the addition of yoga inspired stretching. Students will use step platforms, handheld weights, exer-tubes, fit balls, weighted bars, and mats, to sculpt the entire body, including the core. Bring own yoga mat. For more course information, call Carol Dyksterhuis at 509 533-3636 or email Carol. Dyksterhuis@ccs.spokane.edu. No class held on 4/30 and 5/21.

C. Dyksterhuis FITNS 188 6405 4/7-6/11 TuTh 3:30-5PM SFCC-13/Physical Education Annex/Stadium, 101

$62

TEENY TINY SWIM

Community members can work out in the Fitness Center/weight room at SFCC and/or SCC for the current quarter. Closed all national holidays. For more information call the Fitness Center at 5333488, PE/Athletic Office at 533-3630, or email Lindsie.Scholwinski@ccs.spokane.edu or Ryne. Webb@ccs.spokane.edu.

L. Scholwinski, R. Webb FITNS 155 6396 4/6-6/30 ARR ARR SFCC-07/Gymnasium and Fitness Center, 117

SFCC: STEP, SCULPT, CORE, & MORE

For Preschool age children 3-5 years old. Basic swimming and water safety skills. Children will be placed according to ability and assessment, beginner through advanced.

C. Olsen FITNS 115 7286 4/6-4/29 MW 5-5:30PM $25 SCC-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center, 121

$90

SFCC: STEP EXPRESS/CARDIO PARTY

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 included. For more course information, call Carol Dyksterhuis at 509 533-3636 or email Carol.Dyksterhuis@ccs.spokanefalls.edu. No class held on 5/4 and 5/25.

C. Dyksterhuis FITNS 184 6401 4/6-6/10 MW 4:15-5:15PM $50 SFCC-13/Physical Education Annex/Stadium, 101

Explore photography! From 1840s tintype to Photoshop 2019, we have the photography class for you. Digital Photography 1.0 Digital Photography 2.0 Wet Darkroom and More

Photography SPRING 2020

Wet Plate Workshop ‌and more!

*Available off-campus/online

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MUSIC COMMUNITY CHOIR

SFCC Community Choir seeks any interested voice, regardless of skill level or experience, to help present one choral Concert a quarter! Join us in this low-impact, low-pressure class perfect for those who sang in school or wish they had a way to engage in the many benefits of singing.

N. Lansing MUSCM 105 9055 4/10-6/5 F SFCC-15/Music-Performing Arts, 109

1-2PM

$20

The SFCC Advanced Orchestra is a full orchestra including winds, strings, and percussion. Specific instrumentation varies by quarter. Ensemble experience preferred.

J. Moody MUSCM 103 9 054 4/6-6/8 M 5:15-7:15PM $40 SFCC-15/Music-Performing Arts, 113 PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS

COMMUNITY CONCERT BAND

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

D. Larsen MUSCM 101 9 053 4/6-6/8 M 7:15-9:15PM $40 SFCC-15/Music-Performing Arts, 113 COMMUNITY JAZZ BAND

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 to contemporary works, Latin style pieces, and original compositions. Jazz ensemble experience preferred. For more information, contact Kevin Woods at kevin.woods@spokanefalls. edu. Prior to enrolling, please verify your availability on the performance date *you must be able to participate in the end of quarter concert.* For concert schedule information, visit the SFCC Music Department website.

D. Larsen MUSCE 102 9 051 4/8-6/10 W SFCC-15/Music-Performing Arts, 113

COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA ADVANCED

7-9PM

Private Music Lessons: 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.

MUSCP 101 9 056 4/6-6/12 Online

ARR 12-12AM

$350

WORLD DRUMMING

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.

P. Raymond MUSCE 105 9052 4/8-6/10 W 4-6PM SFCC-15/Music-Performing Arts, 110

$40

$40

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PHOTOGRAPHY DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY 1.0 FUNDAMENTALS OF DSLR

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY 2.0

This 10-hour introductory class includes basic skills using “Manual Mode” on your DSLR, studying the effects of zoom lenses, flash and flash fill, framing, angles, rules of composition, and so much more. Weather permitting, class will go on location, learning indoor & outdoor techniques and cover landscapes, micro photography, candids, and more. Also, learn how to store and transfer your images, and touch a little on using Photoshop as your “digital darkroom.” One hour of private lesson at Green Gables Photography studio is included for free with each student registered for this class.

M. Bursell PI 105 9716 4/1-4/29 W SCC-50/Max Snyder, 108

6-8PM

$120

This intermediate class has 10 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 Ten Plus One Rules of Composition and artistry of creating those great WOW factor images. Explore the nuances of light and how it affects all types of images from micro photos, portraits, landscapes, panoramas, night photography, action-stopping moving streams, and more. Finally, learn to use the “digital darkroom” of Photoshop to produce striking images in black & white, color, and panoramas. LIVE photography sessions will be scheduled outside the classroom so you can learn firsthand the many facets of your DSLR camera, expanding your personal creativity, and seeing the direction and color of the light, time and weather permitting. One hour of private lesson at Green Gables Photography studio is included for free with each student registered for this class.

M. Bursell PI 128 9717 4/2-4/30 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 109

Th

6-8PM

$120

Online Programs for Healthcare Workers

Bolster your resume with flexible online programs! Add certifications & skills to your toolkit and advance your Healthcare career. Look for classes with an asterisk* on pages 8-10! ECG/EKG Online Course for Nurses EKG Online Technician Program HIV/AIDS for Professional Licensing SPRING 2020

Medical Terminology for Healthcare Workers Phlebotomy for the CMA/MAC RCIS Exam Review …and more! *Available off-campus/online

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Teachers – Earn Clock Hours Online!

WET DARKROOM AND MORE

Do you have experience in black & white wet darkroom? Don’t have one but would like to use one? Join the photo department on Monday and Wednesday evenings for open sessions from 6-9PM. SFCC has one of the only wet darkrooms in Spokane open to photographers. Work on your project or just re-learn this wonderful medium with professional SFCC photography faculty!

G. Roth PI 154 7616 4/6-6/10 SFCC-11/Photography

MW 6-9PM $250

WET DARKROOM AND MORE: PRIVATE SESSION

Students can choose to purchase 3 hours of a private session with SFCC photography faculty to work on their individual projects. Please contact Arali Alvarado at 509.533.8483 for more information and to book a session.

G. Roth PI 155 7617 4/6-6/12 SFCC-11/Photography

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WET PLATE WORKSHOP

Add to your skill set, learn best practices, and earn clock hours online! CCE partners with Virtual Education Software (VESi) to offer a wide array of classes. See page 11 for our most popular classes. Other topics include: •

Advanced Classroom Management

Building School Communities

Drugs & Alcohol in Schools

Harassment, Bullying, & Cyber-Intimidation in Schools

Educational Assessment

Early Childhood

Learning Disabilities

Teaching Diversity

Differentiated Instruction

…and much, much more!

For a full list of classes, visit: virtualeduc.com/ccs or call (509) 533-8483 22

$125

NEW!

Create a one-of-a-kind tintype. You will learn to prepare, coat, sensitize, expose, develop a plate just as the photographers in the 1800s did. Then learn to color and and finish the plate. This 1840s to 1880s technique was used by many of the most famous photographers in the 19th century and is making a come-back now because it is a craft. Plates are created in 10 minutes and finished. Each plate is unique and is your own creation. All equipment and materials are supplied. Class is held at the photo department at SFCC and taught by Dr. Greg Roth who has studied this technique with some of the most renewed practitioners of today.

G. Roth PI 304 9722 4/24-4/26 FSaSu 6:30-9PM $350 PI 304 9723 5/15-5/17 FSaSu 6:30-9PM $350 PI 304 9724 6/5-6/7 FSaSu 6:30-9PM $350 SFCC-11/Photography YOUR DIGITAL DARKROOM 1.0: PHOTOSHOP CC 2019 FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS

Learn the tools and procedures for the main components of Photoshop, including levels and exposure compensation, layers, and much more! Build your confidence in Photoshop and edit like a pro. One hour private lesson at Green Gables Photography included. Class intended for students who have Photoshop CC 2019 software.

M. Bursell PI 124 7618 3/31-4/28 Tu SCC-50/Max Snyder, 109

6-8PM

$120

Visit ccs.spokane.edu/workforce or call 509-533-7146 for questions, detailed course descriptions, & registration


SPECIAL INTEREST ASEXUAL PLANT PROPAGATION: TECHNIQUES AND TRICKS IN MULTIPLYING YOUR COLLECTION NEW! An introduction to the various methods of asexual propagation will include the tools and facilities used for successful crop production. Discussion of timing, type or plant material, and following through with rooted cuttings.

T. Beasley Please call 509-533-7146 for more information.

$29

SPOKANE GARDEN PLANTS OF MERIT NEW! The instructor will go over their gardening experience and plants that perform well in the greater Spokane area. Learn about garden plants that are less common as well of some of the “real workhorses” for our hot/dry summers.

TAX & INCOME PLANNING STRATEGIES FOR 2020 AND BEYOND

Learn about the principles of sound tax and retirement income planning with emphasis on the new tax code changes. Learn financial terms and concepts that are important to retirement, and explore strategies designed to accomplish common objectives such as Inflation Protection, Tax-efficient withdrawals, Lifestyle Preservation, and Providing a Legacy. Both Retirees and Pre-retirees will benefit from attending this class!

R. Keppler SI 130 7316 Location TBD

4/1-4/8

W 6:30-8:30PM

$29

T. Beasley PI 159 10732 4/23 SCC-10/Greenhouses, 105

Th

6:30-8:30PM

$29

Questions? Contact us with questions about our programs!

General questions: contact the Open Enrollment Program Coordinator at 509-533-7146. Health & Medical program questions: contact the Health & Medical Program Supervisor at 509-533-8057. Customized & Corporate Training: contact the Corporate Outreach Manager at 509-533-8476.

Please note: Upon registration you will be automatically enrolled into the CCS emergency alert system, RAVE alerts. We use this system to notify you if there is a closure or emergency on campus. If you wish to opt out, please email ccs.communications@ccs.spokane.edu SPRING 2020

*Available off-campus/online

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Five easy ways to enroll. 1. Online Registration Request - 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

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. • 100% refund for classes and workshops cancelled by the college. • Student-initiated withdrawals must occur three business days prior to the first day of class (including online classes) and are subject to the $7 processing fee. • 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.

All class offerings are subject to change. Community Colleges of Spokane (CCS) cannot guarantee class offerings, designated 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.

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: SCC: 509-533-716 | SFCC: 509-533-4166 For all other locations: 509-279-6037

Office of Campus Security 24-hour line: 509-533-3333

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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Visit ccs.spokane.edu/workforce or call 509-533-7146 for questions, detailed course descriptions, & registration


Spokane Garden Plants of Merit NEW!

Wet Plate Workshop NEW!

Learn which plants will perform best in your garden! Join us to learn about plants that thrive in Spokane’s unique climate, including common garden “workhorse” plants, as well as less common plants.

Create a one-of-a-kind tintype! This 19th-century technique is making a comeback among photographers and crafters alike. Learn to prepare, coat, sensitize, expose, develop, color, and finish a plate just as photographers did in the 1840s-1880s

See page 23 for more information.

See page 22 for more information.

New Art & Design offerings! More than 10 new classes in Art & Design! • • • •

4th of July Wreath April Shower Wall Art Cinco de Mayo Suncatcher Easter Cards

• • • •

Easter Wall Art Garden Bling Graduation Cards May Flower Art

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Mother’s Day Card and Pendant Mother’s Day Wall Art …And much more! See page 13 for more information.


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

District Administration

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

Corporate & Customized Training Explore the potential of your organization through flexible, workforce-driven trainings!

Contact us today! 509-533-8476

Cyber Defender Training Series Launch your cyber security Career this winter! Build real-world skills and explore the option to transfer to SFCC in this new noncredit-to-credit cyber security training series. Enroll today! • Cyber Defender 0

See page 5 for more information.

• Cyber Defender 1 • Cyber Defender 2

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, February 2020 - 19-399 - A

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