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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!
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• Cyber Defender 0 • Cyber Defender 1 • Cyber Defender 2
Winter INCA After Dark Offerings! Let’s Make Beer!
Valentine’s Meal for Two
Comfort Stews and Braising
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WINTER REGISTRATION OPENS NOVEMBER 25 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 Mastercam University......................................... 11 Teacher Education.............................................. 12 Art & Design........................................................ 14 Cuisine & Libations............................................. 16 Environmental Science...................................... 17 Fitness & Sports.................................................. 18 Music.................................................................... 21 Photography....................................................... 22 Special Interest.................................................... 23 Registration......................................................... 24
Live outside Spokane? Look for classes with an asterisk* for online & off-campus offerings!
Instructor feature: MATT SMITH,LPN Health & Medical Instructor
Matt Smith is a classically trained guitarist, Grammy nominated music educator, and founder of “Elite Guitar School” in Coeur’ d’Alene, ID. His Band “SAINT” enjoys critical acclaim and distribution to fans worldwide. After 20 years in music education, he returned to school to become a Nurse and Certified Mental Health and Dementia instructor for the Washington State Department of Health. In 2014, Matt began teaching Health & Medical classes for CCS Corporate & Con-
tinuing Education. Students enjoy his engaging teaching style, energy, and humor. In addition to his work as a musician and educator, Matt is a residential Real Estate Marketing Specialist and founder of Alpha Omega Marketing. He enjoys developing marketing materials for residential clients, drawing on his experience in music marketing and distribution. Outside of work, he enjoys HDD photography, using 4K drone video, and creating original music. Matt’s philosophy is threefold: do what you love, do what you’re good at, and make that a career. He leads by example, never afraid to pursue his interests, and his classes here at CCE empower students to do the same. We’d like to recognize Matt for his commitment to student success in the demanding field of healthcare.
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Business & Professional Development LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES*
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.
Designed for Generation Y (born 1980-1999), this course is the first of three in a series addressing the development of Gen 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 101 5048 Online
BUSPD 129 5049 Online
Find out about Lean concepts, tools, and methods with which you can assess problems and lead efforts to resolve them. Learn to facilitate small groups and teams using Lean Process Improvement principles to create change within your organization. 1.6 CEUs.
MARKETING USING SOCIAL MEDIA*
APPLYING LEAN SIGMA PRACTICES TO HR FUNCTIONS*
BUSPD 189 5052 Online
Develop a two-way communication and marketing strategy for your organization using social networks. Explore major social networks and learn easy ways to engage customers. Instructor is a director of marketing for a national association and writes and speaks on the topic. 1.6 CEUs.
BUSPD 138 5053 Online
THE BUSINESS PLAN*
Learn the basics of the entrepreneurial planning process and develop your own 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.
Cultivate your entrepreneurial spirit! Learn the skills to succeed in starting your own business, or starting a new division at your current company. 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 150 5050 Online
BUSPD 238 6218 12/9/2019-3/22/2020 ARR Online
WRITING WINNING GRANT PROPOSALS NEW!
GETTING STARTED IN SALES*
Whether you are new to the sales process or a seasoned professional, understanding the basic steps of sales and freeing your mind of negativity is the foundation to your success. Save time, money and effort with these tried and true sales techniques that are guaranteed to deliver results. 1.6 CEUs.
BUSPD 214 5051 Online
This course prepares you to develop winning grant proposals through compelling, evidence-based stories that excite donors. With guidance from a writing professional, you will discover techniques for defining key messages, hone your skills in drafting persuasive requests from the heart, and learn which elements make a grant stand out.
N. Kidder-Perry BUSPD 301 6244 3/11-3/18 W 10AM-1PM $150 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214
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 firstname.lastname@example.org WINTER 2020
Certificate Programs ARBORICULTURE
Interested in learning all about trees? Join us for this introductory course in Arboriculture! This class will benefit individuals preparing for the International Society of Arboriculture certification exam. Parking permit required.
T. Kohlhauff CRTPG 126 11270 1/10-3/6 F SCC-8/Environmental Sciences, 102
INTRO TO TREE CLIMBING
The goal of this course is to provide students with the skills to climb trees in a safe and efficient manner. The course will cover techniques for tree inspection, setting lines, work positioning, ascending and knot tying. For beginning and experienced tree workers as well as recreational tree climbers. Parking permit required.
B. Larson CRTPG 127 12540 1/10-2/28 F 8:30AM-12:30PM
SCC-8/Environmental Sciences, 102 CERTIFIED INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROFESSIONAL, CISSP*
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
12/9/2019 â€“ 3/22/2020 $1750
COMPTIA A+ CERTIFICATE*
CompTIA A+ is the industry standard for establishing a career in IT. Prerequisite: IT Fundamentals Certificate 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!).
In-Person: CRTPG 301 13403 2/18-3/14 TTh 6-9PM S 1-5PM $2395 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 218 CRTPG 301 13401 12/9/2019-3/22/2020 ARR $1750 Online
COMPTIA IT FUNDAMENTALS+ CERTIFICATE Learn foundational knowledge on computer hardware, software, networking, cybersecurity, troubleshooting, and emerging technologies. This class will prepare you for the CompTIA IT fundamentals exam. Exam voucher (FC0-U61) books are included (over a $150 value!).
CRTPG 300 13418 1/7-1/23 TWTh 5:30-9:30PM One Saturday class 1/11 8AM-12PM SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Tehcnology, 218 COMPTIA NETWORK+ CERTIFICATE*
Develop your skills in IT infrastructure! Learn to support the network regardless of the platform. Prerequisite: A+ Certificate or equivalent with instructor permission. Exam voucher (N10-007), and books are included (over a $350 value!). No class 1/20
In-Person: CRTPG 162 13442 1/13-2/10 MW 6-9PM S 8AM-12PM $2395 Location TBD CRTPG 162 5401 12/9/2019-3/22/2020 ARR $1750 Online COMPTIA SECURITY+ CERTIFICATE*
Learn the baseline skills needed to perform core security functions & problem-solve a wide variety of issues. Prerequisite: Network+ Certificate or equivalent with instructor permission. Exam voucher (SY0-501) and books are included (over a $350 value!). N o class 2/17
In-Person: CRTPG 303 13460 2/19-3/16 MW 6-9PM S 8AM-12PM $2395 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 218 CRTPG 303 13456 12/9/2019-3/22/2020 ARR $1750 Online CUSTOMER SERVICE CERTIFICATE*
Good customer service is a key factor in organization success. Improve your customer service skills and productivity! Courses include: Keys to Customer Service, Extraordinary Customer Service. 3.2 CEUs.
CRTPG 144 Online
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CYBER DEFENDER 0/CYBER DEFENSE BASICS FOR THE NON-EXPERT*
Are you considering a career shift to cyber security or information technology? Gain experience analyzing and understanding what networking traffic security alerts mean in this short, “on-ramp” course. Complete 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.
Mentor: Brady Neilson CRTPG 187 5813 Online
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 course is a hands-on mentor led learning course with optimized lecture and instruction. Course price includes AWS book.
Mentor: Brady Neilson CRTPG 188 5814 Online
In this course students will expand their applied knowledge of network traffic and packets, malware, memory and drive forensics. This course is a hands-on 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
Learn all about eMarketing! Learn to improve email promotions, analyze website traffic, improve search engine optimization, and more. Courses included: Online Advertising, Improving Email Promotions, Boosting Your Website Traffic. 4.8 CEUs.
Online FLAGGER/TRAFFIC CONTROL
Earn your WA State Traffic card in 8 hours. Certification card issued upon completion, must be renewed every 3 years. Course price includes book. Parking permit required for M-F classes.
K. Cardwell CRTPG 113 5392 1/31 CRTPG 113 5393 3/6 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 108
8AM-4:30PM $85 8AM-4:30PM $85
IPC J-STD-001, REQUIREMENTS FOR SOLDERED ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLIES TRAINING AND CERTIFICATE
Learn the knowledge and hand skills needed to produce high-quality soldered interconnections. Course fee covers: classroom and laboratory training, a written exam, skills evaluation, a copy of the standard and certification. Parking permit required.
CYBER DEFENDER 2*
Mentor: Brady Neilson CRTPG 189 5818 Online
DIGITAL MARKETING (EMARKETING) CERTIFICATE*
CRTPG 164 5098 3/30-4/3 Daily SCC-01/Main, 254
PROGRAMMING FOR NON PROGRAMMERS CERTIFICATE*
If you wish to communicate technically with programming teams or wish to code a bit yourself, this certificate is for you. Courses included in program: How Programming Works, Basic Programming Concepts, Communicating with Programmers. 3.2 CEUs.
CRTPG 167 Online
DATA ANALYSIS CERTIFICATE*
Learn to analyze data, see trends, make predictions, and communicate results. Build your skills and make a difference in your organization’s success! Courses included: Introduction to Data Analysis, Intermediate Data Analysis, Advanced Data Analysis. 4.8 CEUs.
CRTPG 104 Online
Computers & Technology ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT WITH NEW! 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 6214 Online
AUTODESK CIVIL 3D 2020 FUNDAMENTALS FOR SURVEY TECHNICIANS NEW!
The course is designed for the Survey Technician that does not necessarily need all the functions found within Autodesk Civil 3D. The course is designed to give the Technician a basic understanding of a typical daily workflow. They will learn how to import converted field survey data into Autodesk Civil 3D, create a surface allowing them to review their field work. Other subjects that will be covered include: styles, drafting techniques, ways to increase field efficiency, surfaces, points and using Online maps. Prerequisites: Access to a working copy of Autodesk Civil 3D 2020 and a basic understanding of the Surveying Profession is recommended. A free student version of Autodesk Civil 3D can be downloaded from www.autodesk. com/education/home/
COMTE 179 Location TBD
BASIC BLUEPRINT READING
In this 4-hour introductory class, you will learn the fundamentals of construction document plan reading and interpretation. Upon completion of this course, participants will have a greater understanding of cover pages, title pages, drawing types, architectural floor plans, and much more.
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N. Kidder-Perry COMTE 301 5218 1/31-2/7 F 9AM-1PM $225 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214 EXCEL 2016: INTERMEDIATE - SFCC
Expand your knowledge of Excelâ€™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. Parking permit required.
N. Kidder-Perry COMTE 305 5219 2/14-2/21 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. Parking permit required.
N. Kidder-Perry COMTE 309 5233 2/28-3/6 F 9AM-1PM $225 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214 EXCEL 2016: BUNDLE DEAL! - SFCC
Take all three levels of Excel 2016 for a reduced price. Parking permit required.
N. Kidder-Perry COMTE 311 5239 1/31-3/6 F 9AM-1PM $650 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214 OUTLOOK 2016: FOUNDATIONS - SFCC
Learn how to read and send e-mails, manage contacts, track tasks, and schedule appointments. Course price includes book. Parking permit required.
N. Kidder-Perry COMTE 302 5243 3/13 F 9AM-4PM $225 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214
D. Braun COMTE 166 5304 1/16-1/23 Th 5:30-7:30PM $125 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 144
EXCEL 2016: FOUNDATIONS - SFCC
Gain a foundational understanding of the basic functions and features of Excel 2016. Learn how to track and analyze data utilizing the programâ€™s commands and settings to develop electronic worksheets, calculate simple formulas, and more. Course price includes book. Parking permit required.
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OUTLOOK 2016: INTERMEDIATE - SFCC
This course provides more advanced concepts and skills for Microsoft Outlook 2016 productivity: how to organize Outlook items, use advanced message properties, and collaborate with others. Course price includes book. Parking permit required.
N. Kidder-Perry COMTE 306 5245 3/20 F 9AM-4PM $225 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214 OUTLOOK 2016: BUNDLE DEAL! â€“ SFCC
Take both levels of Outlook 2016 for a reduced price. Parking permit required.
N. Kidder-Perry COMTE 314 5248 3/13-3/20 F 9AM-4PM $425 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214
MOS WORD CERTIFICATION PREP
Boost your income potential by earning your Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) credentials. This industry-recognized certification proves your proficiency in using Microsoft Word to create, format and customize documents as well as work with tables, simple references and graphic elements. During this task-driven prep class, we will review the skills commonly assessed on the 90-minute Word Association Exam 77-725. Required: Working knowledge of Microsoft Word 2016. Parking permit required.
N. Kidder-Perry COMTE 313 5212 2/26-3/4 W 10AM-1PM $175 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214 MICROSOFT OFFICE SUITE*
N. Kidder-Perry COMTE 300 5201 1/10 F 9AM-4PM $225 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214
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 also learn how to transfer data from one application to another, what uses this capability has as applied to typical work functions. 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.
WORD 2016: INTERMEDIATE - SFCC
COMTE 178 6217 Online
WORD 2016: FOUNDATIONS - SFCC
This accelerated Word course covers the basics of illustration, styles, quick parts and building blocks. Course price includes book. Parking permit required.
Make the most of Wordâ€™s more advanced features, including shortcuts, templates, indexing and creating tables of content. Learn to create signs, flyers, menus, brochures and newsletters. Course price includes book. Parking permit required.
N. Kidder-Perry COMTE 304 5203 1/17 F 9AM-4PM $225 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214 WORD 2016: ADVANCED - SFCC
Learn to create or modify complex business documents and customize Word efficiency tools. The class also covers adding components like customized lists, tables, charts and graphics. Course price includes book. Parking permit required.
N. Kidder-Perry COMTE 308 5204 1/24 F 9AM-4PM $225 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214 WORD 2016: BUNDLE DEAL!
Take all three levels of Word 2016 for a reduced price. Parking permit required.
N. Kidder-Perry COMTE 312 5205 1/10-1/24 F 9AM-4PM $650 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214
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. Parking permit required.
R. Gabel COMTE 163 5085 2/28 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 006
F 9AM-5PM $225
QUICKBOOKS 2018 - KEEP GOING!
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. Parking permit required.
R. Gabel COMTE 164 5086 3/6-3/13 F 9AM-4PM SCC-50/Max Snyder, 006
QUICKBOOKS 2018 - BUNDLE DEAL!
Take both levels of QuickBooks 2018 for a reduced price. Course price includes book for each level. Parking permit required. Get Going class from 9-5pm.
R. Gabel COMTE 165 5087 2/28-3/13 F SCC-50/Max Snyder, 006 WINTER 2020
Health & MEDICAL ADULT EDUCATION: INSTRUCTIONAL EXCELLENCE FOR LONG-TERM CARE EDUCATORS
DSHS RESIDENTIAL CARE ADULT FAMILY HOME ORIENTATION
This 4-hour Adult Education course is required for long-term care community instructors who want to teach Department of Health & Social Services (DSHS) Dementia and Mental Health Specialty classes. This is an inclusive class for individuals who will educate adults, and covers adult learning theory, facilitation strategy, learner-centered orientation, and assessment.
A. Stillwell HEMED 152 5505 2/12 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 108
ADULT FAMILY HOME ADMINISTRATOR TRAINING
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.
A. Witthauer, CPG CRTPG 123 5504 2/4-2/20 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 108
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.
T. Huffar HEMED 156 5507 1/17 SCC-09/Health Sciences, 013 CPR Skills Check off Only: HEMED 155 5509 1/24 SCC-09/Health Sciences, 013
DEMENTIA SPECIALTY TRAINING: CAPABLE CAREGIVER, LEVEL 1
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.
M. Smith/L. Edwards HEMED 145 5510 1/24 HEMED 145 5511 3/20 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 108
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.
A. Jones HEMED 106 5512 1/21 HEMED 106 5513 3/17 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 108
ECG/EKG 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
EKG 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
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.
B. Scheid, CST/RST, M.Ed. HEMED 107 5516 Online
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 lecture, 8 hrs lab, and 8 hrs in clinical rotation. 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, LPN HEMED 108 5517 1/13-1/15 MTuW HEMED 108 5521 3/16-3/18 MTuW SCC-50/Max Snyder, 109
8AM-5PM $385 8AM-5PM $385
HOME CARE AIDE â€“ 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!
Instructors: Various HEMED 170 5553 12/30-1/10 Daily 8AM-2PM $685 HEMED 170 5554 1/20-1/31 Daily 8AM-2PM $685 HEMED 170 5555 2/10-2/21 Daily 8AM-2PM $685 HEMED 170 5557 3/2-3/13 Daily 8AM-2PM $685 Evening classes: HEMED 170 5558 1/13-1/30 MWTh 5:30PM-9:30PM $685 HEMED 170 5560 2/3-2/20 MWTh 5:30PM-9:30PM $685 HEMED 170 5561 2/24-3/12 MWTh 5:30PM-9:30PM $685 HEMED 170 5563 3/16-4/2 MWTh 5:30PM-9:30PM $685 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 108/109 INTRAVENOUS (IV) THERAPY TECHNICIAN
This IV Therapy Technician course is intended for current certified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), Medical Assistants (MA), Medical Assistant-Phlebotomists (MA-P), and other healthcare providers. Training involves coursework and at least one clinical shift at a hospital. EMTs with a year of certification who successfully complete the course will be eligible for a WA State Department of Health (DOH) Emergency EMT Special Skill: IV Therapy endorsement.
B. Sabori, AEMT HEMED 167 5529 1/6-3/25 SCC-09/Health Sciences, 013
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, LPN HEMED 113 5534 1/13-1/15 MTuW 8AM-5PM $385 HEMED 113 5539 3/16-3/18 MTuW 8AM-5PM $385 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 105 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR HEALTHCARE WORKERS
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
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.
M. Smith/L. Edwards HEMED 138 5531 1/23 HEMED 138 5532 3/19 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 108
PHLEBOTOMY FOR THE CMA/MAC
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.
CRTPG 122 5547 1/6-2/14 S SCC-50/Max Snyder, Room: 110
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, MLT CRTPG 151 5544 1/25 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 112 CRTPG 151 5545 3/21 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 110
REGISTERED CARDIOVASCULAR INVASIVE SPECIALIST EXAM REVIEW I AND II*
Prepare for the Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist Credential Examination in this 33-hour online course. 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.
D. Cuilla, RCIS Exam Review I: HEMED 115 Exam Review II: HEMED 116 Online
SPECIAL NEEDS PARENTING: LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL
Did you know that 70% of adults with an intellectual 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.
B. Holloway SCC-Spokane HEMED 142 5550 1/8-2/26 W 6-8PM $18.59 SCC-Colville ITV HEMED 142 5551 1/8-2/12W 6-8PM $18.59 SCC-617/Colville Center, 104 VETERINARY ASSISTANT PROGRAM*
This Veterinary Assistant program provides students an opportunity to obtain the necessary knowledge and skills to succeed in an entry-level position in the field of veterinary technology. Includes an optional clinical externship at a local healthcare provider!
HEMED 161 Online
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 winter quarter.
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 Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 509-533-8057.
MASTERCAM UNIVERSITY LEARN ANYWHERE, ANYTIME ONLINE! FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT CCS.SPOKANE.EDU/WORKFORCE ADVANCED MILL DESIGN AND TOOLPATHS* 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 5043 12/9/2019-3/22/2020 ARR Online
The Mastercam University Multiaxis Curve / Drill / Circle Mill course provides students with a strong foundation in 5-axis CNC programming.
COMTE 153 5045 Online
PRINCIPLES FOR MACHINING*
LATHE/DESIGN AND TOOLPATHS*
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 5044 12/9/2019-3/22/2020 ARR Online
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 5046 Online
MASTERCAM UNIVERSITY - BUNDLE DEAL!* Take all 5 Mastercam courses for a reduced price!
COMTE 155 5047 12/9/2019-3/22/2020 ARR Online
MILL DESIGN AND TOOLPATHS*
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 5042 Online
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 WINTER 2020
Teacher education EARN CLOCK HOURS WITH VESI! LEARN ANYWHERE, ANYTIME ONLINE. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.VIRTUALEDUC.COM/CCS OR CALL 509-533-8483
AUTISM & ASPERGER’S DISORDER: INFORMATION & EFFECTIVE INTERVENTION STRATEGIES* This course describes Autism and Asperger’s Disorder, including 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 5058 Online
BEHAVIOR IS LANGUAGE: STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR*
This course is designed to give the learner a new perspective on student behavior and effective tools to facilitate positive student change. After this course, the educator and their students will be better equipped to find and implement creative, effective solutions to behavioral problems. 45 clock hours.
EDCE 113 5059 Online
EARLY CHILDHOOD: FAMILY-CENTERED SERVICES*
This course is designed to give you a new perspective on serving the needs of young children and their families. Examine the role of early childhood educators, explore ways to build partnerships with parents, and create communities of care. 30 clock hours.
EDCE 116 5060 Online
EARLY CHILDHOOD: TYPICAL & ATYPICAL DEVELOPMENT*
This course explores contemporary best practice and perspectives on early childhood development. Emphasis is on individual differences, cultural influences, and the impact of developmental delay and disability during infancy, toddlerhood, and the preschool years. 45 clock hours.
EDCE 119 5061 Online
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.
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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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 5062 Online
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.
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 5065 Online
UNDERSTANDING & IMPLEMENTING COMMON CORE STANDARDS*
LEARNING DISABILITIES: PRACTICAL INFORMATION FOR THE CLASSROOM TEACHER*
EDCE 124 5063 Online
TEACHING SECONDARY MATH CONCEPTUALLY: MEETING MATHEMATICS 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 5066 Online
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 5064 Online
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 9 for more information. WINTER 2020
Art & Design 3 WIRE WRAPPED CULTURED SEA GLASS KEYCHAINS
You will have fun picking out the perfect 3 pieces of cultured sea glass to create these beautiful one of a kind pieces of art to adorn your keychain, backpack, or lanyard. Keep them for yourself or use as a gift.
A. Gurel SI 140 6057 12/12 SI 140 6059 1/9 SI 140 6060 2/6 SI 140 6063 3/5 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 105
Th Th Th Th
5:30-8:30PM 5:30-8:30PM 5:30-8:30PM 5:30-8:30PM
CULTURED SEA GLASS EARRINGS
$49 $49 $49 $49
You will pick out 2 matching pieces of glass to wire wrap and turn into one of a kind wearable pieces of art to adorn any outfit with. Don’t forget to sign up for the Pendant class to make a matching set.
A. Gurel SI 144 6080 1/16 SI 144 6081 2/13 SI 144 6082 3/12 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 105
Th 5:30-8:30PM $49 Th 5:30-8:30PM $49 Th 5:30-8:30PM $49
CULTURED SEA GLASS PENDANT
You will be able to pick out a piece of cultured sea glass and learn how to wire wrap it into a beautiful one of a kind piece of art to adorn any outfit. Don’t forget to sign up for the Earring class to make it a matching set.
A. Gurel SI 142 6073 1/28 SI 142 6074 2/25 SI 142 6075 3/10 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 105
Tu 5:30-8:30PM $49 Tu 5:30-8:30PM $49 Tu 5:30-8:30PM $49
DRIFTWOOD AND CULTURED SEA GLASS ORNAMENTS
We will be making 4 Driftwood and cultured sea glass ornaments. We will make 2 snowmen and 2 Christmas tree ornaments. We will be thinking outside of the box by putting together different shapes, colors and sizes of glass to create unique one of a kind ornaments that can either go on your tree or be hung on your wall. These are a perfect gift for anyone on your Christmas list as a stocking stuffer, secret Santa gift, or to keep yourself.
A. Gurel SI 139 6052 12/10/2019 SI 139 6055 12/19/2019 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 105
Tu 5:30-8:30PM $49 Th 5:30-8:30PM $49
SUNCATCHERS WITH DRIFTWOOD & WIRE WRAPPED CULTURED SEA GLASS NEW! Learn how to wire wrap 3 pieces of cultured sea glass, and how to do Amy’s signature Swan Chain to attach to a unique piece of driftwood. Create a one of a kind piece of art that you can hang on your porch or in a window so that the sun can stream through the beautiful colors of glass. Perfect for yourself or as a gift.
A. Gurel SI 141 6064 12/17 SI 141 6070 1/21 SI 141 6071 2/18 SI 141 6072 3/17 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 105
Tu 5:30-8:30PM Tu 5:30-8:30PM Tu 5:30-8:30PM Tu 5:30-8:30PM
WIRE WRAPPED AND CULTURED SEA GLASS BOOKMARKS
$49 $49 $49 $49
Pick 3 pieces of cultured sea glass to learn how to wire wrap and turn into bookmarks. You will have your choice of small, medium, or larger pieces of glass that you can use for these beautiful one of a kind pieces that you can keep for yourself or give as a gift.
A. Gurel SI 143 6077 1/23 Th 5:30-8:30PM SI 143 6078 2/20 Th 5:30-8:30PM SI 143 6079 3/19 Th 5:30-8:30PM SCC-50/Max Snyder, 105
$49 $49 $49
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FLOWER PAINTING WITH WATERCOLORS
Continue to learn about painting with watercolors! Learn to create transparent washes, layer & mix colors, and much more. Learn to paint the Fearless way through in-depth instruction and individual creative support! For more information and a materials list, visit the instructor’s SCC website: http:// embart.com/sccclasses.html. Spring term class.
E. Beattie ARTDE 167 5089 3/24-4/28 Tu SCC-50/Max Snyder, 141
Develop your acrylic painting skills! Learn to paint YOUR WAY with Elise Beattie’s Fearless Painting techniques, including mastering your painting tools, pouring paint, and more. For more information and a materials list, visit the instructor’s SCC website: embart.com/sccclasses.html. Parking permit required.
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. No class 1/20
L. Fautch ARTDE 105 5072 1/6-2/10 MW 6-8PM SCC-28/Stannard Technical Education, 119
FEARLESS PAINTING II: LANDSCAPE PAINTING WITH ACRYLICS
E. Beattie ARTDE 159 5089 2/11-3/17 Tu SCC-50/Max Snyder, 141
YARD ART WELDING
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: 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 171 5096 2/26-3/18 W 6-8PM SCC-28/Stannard Technical Education, 119
Mental Health Assistant 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call 509-533-8057.
Cuisine & Libations LET’S MAKE BEER!
A fun and detailed look at the process of making your own delicious beer at home. Join Adam Boyd, professional brewer and award-winning home brewer, as he demonstrates the step-by-step process of beer making. From an exploration of ingredients and equipment to a look at the science of brewing, this course will show you how to make one of the world’s favorite beverages right in your own home.
A. Boyd CUSIN 111 5095 1/16 SCC-01/Main, 150-J
Practice the skill of making a variety of Asian dumplings such as Japanese Gyoza, Chinese Jiaozi, Pot stickers, steamed dumplings, Korean Mandu, and learn about the various plate presentations.
CUSIN184 5606 1/30 SCC-01/Main, 150-J
This class will reference the modern approach to tapas in America, the history of tapas in Spain, and recipes that keep the tradition alive.
Chef E. Nelson CUSIN182 5127 2/6 SCC-01/Main, 150-J
VALENTINES MEAL FOR TWO
Bring your best friend to make a dream meal for two. We will start with a crab salad, make an entrée of pan-seared beef tenderloin with a mushroom sauce (Filet Mignon Chasseur), and finish with a specialty dessert for two—all while sipping sparkling rosé for the occasion!
CUSIN185 5611 2/13 SCC-01/Main, 150-J
COMFORT STEWS AND BRAISING
Chefs will never tell you that braising is the primary cooking principle. Learn the secrets of beginning with a good stock or broth. We will make Irish Stew (St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner), Chicken Fricassee with a modern twist (lower fat), as well as oven-braised Barbeque pork shoulder.
CUSIN186 5613 2/27 SCC-01/Main, 150-J
Bringing traditional southern dishes to the Inland Northwest, while reflecting the Inland Northwest’s food scene.
Chef E. Nelson CUSIN183 5128 3/12 SCC-01/Main, 150-J
Online learning Opportunities to accommodate any schedule!
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Environmental Science URBAN PIG KEEPING CERTIFICATION
Do you live in the City of Spokane? Do you want to be certified to keep small breeds of pigs? Join us and learn about legal requirements to own small breeds of pigs, REQUIRED for keeping small breeds of pigs the City of Spokane. Scholarships are available through WSU Extension. Contact Pat Munts, 477-2173 for information.
P. Munts CEES 109 5091 1/14 Tu 6-9PM $35 WSU Spokane County Extension, 222 N. Havana St., Room C. URBAN GOAT CERTIFICATION
Do you live in the City of Spokane or Spokane Valley? Do you want to be certified to keep goats? Join us and learn about legal requirements to own goats in Spokane and Spokane Valley, REQUIRED for keeping goats in the City of Spokane. Scholarships available through WSU Extension. Contact Pat Munts, 477-2173 for information.
P. Munts CEES 105 5093 2/4 Tu 6-9PM $35 WSU Spokane County Extension, 222 N. Havana St., Room C.
URBAN SHEEP KEEPING CERTIFICATION
Do you live in the City of Spokane? Do you want to be certified to keep small breeds of sheep? Join us and learn about legal requirements to own sheep in Spokane, raising 4H show lambs for regional livestock events, and much more. REQUIRED for keeping sheep in the City of Spokane. Dr. Kuber is the WSU Extension Regional Livestock Specialist for Spokane County. Scholarships are available through WSU Extension. Contact Pat Munts, 477-2173 for information.
P. Munts CEES 110 5090 2/18 Tu 6-9PM $35 WSU Spokane County Extension, 222 N. Havana St., Room C. MANAGING YOUR NOXIOUS WEEDS
Got weeds in your pasture or open land? Are you getting notices from the Noxious Weed Board? Learn about weed management strategies, including the best times to control weeds, integrated weed management methods, reseeding strategies, and much more. Taught by Dr. Paul Kuber, WSU Extension Regional Livestock Specialist, and Pat Munts, Small Farms Program, WSU Extension. Scholarships available through WSU Extension. Contact Pat Munts, 477-2173 for information.
P. Munts CEES 120 5125 3/17 Tu 6-9PM $35 WSU Spokane County Extension, 222 N. Havana St., Room C.
Paralegal WINTER 2020
Get started in the high-demand, high-wage field of law! Learn the skills you need to succeed as a paralegal and become a Limited Licensed Legal Technician (LLLT). The SCC Paralegal Program is approved by the American Bar Association.
Classes start every quarter! For more information, contact Mirisa Bradbury, Paralegal Program Director at Mirisa.Bradbury@scc.spokane.edu or call 509-533-7470. *Available off-campus/online
FITNESS & SPORTS 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 6268 1/7-3/10 Tu 6-7:30PM $50 DANCE 102 6269 1/9-3/12 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 6270 1/7-3/10 Tu 7:30-9PM SFCC-13/Physical Education Annex/Stadium, 101
BALLROOM DANCE - EXPERIENCED
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. A partner IS required. For more course information call 509 496-8138. To register, call 509 279-6030.
L. Christine DANCE 101 6271 1/9-3/12 Th 7:30-9PM SFCC-13/Physical Education Annex/Stadium, 101
SCC: BODY CONDITIONING
Get active and improve your cardiovascular functions! Enjoy a variety of activities that lead to overall improvement of body conditioning, including weight training, walking, jogging, calisthenics, and much more. Parking permit required.
M. Evans FITNS 105 5428 1/23-3/19 TuTh 5:30-6:30PM $48 SCC-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center, 120
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 ITNS 165 6276 1/21-3/19 SFCC-07/Student Athletic Center, ARR
INTRAMURALS - SCC
Course required for individuals 16 years and older participating in the CCS intramural program who are not currently registered CCS students. Parking permit required. For more information, call 5337231 between 9AM and 4PM.
FITNS 125 5422 1/6-3/22 ARR SCC-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center, 120
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. Parking permit required.
C. Mannino FITNS 131 5161 1/10-2/14 F 10:15-11AM $20 SCC-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center, 121 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 5159 1/6-3/18 MW 4-5PM $53 SCC-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center, 121 C. Olsen FITNS 111 5160 1/7-3/19 TuTh 5:30-6:30PM $53 SCC-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center, 121
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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. Parking permit required. NOTE: This does NOT allow use of the Fitness Center or Weight Room.
C. Mannino FITNS 106 5162 1/6-3/26 ARR SCC-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center, 121
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. Parking permit required.
FITNS 107 5163 1/6-3/22 SFF-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center
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.
C. Dyksterhuis FITNS 186 6279 1/6-3/18 MW 5:25-6:25PM $56 SFCC-13/Physical Education Annex/Stadium, 101 CCS: FITNESS CENTER - ALUMNI
SFCC: FITNESS CENTER COMMUNITY QUARTERLY
Community members can work out in the Fitness Center at SFCC and/or SCC for the current quarter. Closed all national holidays. For more information call the Fitness Center at 533-3488, 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 6272 1/6-3/31 SFCC-07/Student Athletic Center, 128
SFCC: FITNESS CENTER COMMUNITY YEARLY
Community members can work out in the Fitness Center at SFCC and/or SCC for the current academic year. Closed all national holidays. For more information call the Fitness Center at 533-3488, PE/Athletic Office at 533-3630, or email Lindsie. Scholwinski@ccs.spokane.edu or Ryne.Webb@ccs. spokane.edu.
L. Scholwinski, R. Webb FITNS 156 6273 9/1/2019-8/31/2020 ARR SFCC-07/Student Athletic Center, 128
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.
C. Dyksterhuis FITNS 184 6277 1/6-3/18 MW 4:15-5:15PM $56 SFCC-13/Physical Education Annex/Stadium, 101
Community Colleges of Spokane Alumni can work out in the Fitness Center 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 6283 9/1/2019-8/31/2020 ARR SFCC-07/Student Athletic Center, 128
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SFCC: STEP, SCULPT, CORE, & MORE
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.
C. Dyksterhuis FITNS 188 6281 1/7-3/19 TuTh 3:30-5PM SFCC-13/Physical Education Annex/Stadium, 101
This non-credit course is intended for student-athletes age 13 and older and focuses on training and techniques of the pole vault event.
B. Algeier FITNS 126 5821 1/6-2/12 MW 6-9PM SCC-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center, 120
TEENY TINY SWIM
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. Mannino FITNS 115 5164 1/6-2/3 MW 5-5:30PM $20 SCC-05/Walter S. Johnson Sports Center, 121
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Join us for an introduction to Arboriculture! Great for tree enthusiasts or aspiring professionalsâ€”if youâ€™re preparing for the International Society of Arboriculture certification exam, this class is for you.
Intro to Tree Climbing
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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. Concert on 3/17.
N. Lansing MUSCM 105 5119 1/10-3/13 F SFCC-15/Music-Performing Arts, 109
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. Concert on 3/9.
D. Larsen MUSCM 101 5116 1/6-3/9 M 7:15-9:15PM $40 SFCC-15/Music-Performing Arts, 113
The SFCC Advanced Orchestra is a full orchestra including winds, strings, and percussion. Specific instrumentation varies by quarter. Ensemble experience preferred. Concert on 3/16.
J. Moody MUSCM 103 5118 1/6-3/16 M SFCC-15/Music-Performing Arts, 113
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. Concert on 3/19.
P. Raymond MUSCE 105 5115 1/8-3/18 W SFCC-15/Music-Performing Arts, 110
PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS
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. Concert on 3/18.
D. Larsen MUSCE 102 5117 1/8-3/18 W SFCC-15/Music-Performing Arts, 113
COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA ADVANCED
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 5120
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PHOTOGRAPHY 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 302
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 ARR
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. If students do not have access to the software, we will provide a laptop with Photoshop CC 2018.
WET DARKROOM AND MORE: PRIVATE SESSION
PI 303 5124 1/6-3/18 SFCC-11/Photography
YOUR DIGITAL DARKROOM 1.0: PHOTOSHOP CC 2019 FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS
Civil AutoCad 3D Autodesk Civil 3D 2020 Fundamentals for Survey Technicians
PI 124 5092 2/5-3/4 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 109
YOUR DIGITAL DARKROOM 2.0: PHOTOSHOP CC 2019 FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS
Delve into the capabilities of the “digital darkroom” in this intermediate course. Learn about exposure techniques for color/black and white images, retouching, and much more! Work with the same stock images as the instructor, learning techniques step-by-step. One hour private lesson at Green Gables Photography included. Class intended for students who have Photoshop CC 2019 software. If students do not have access to the software, we will provide a laptop with Photoshop CC 2018.
M. Bursell PI 129 5084 2/4-3/3 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 109
Are you a Survey Technician? Interested in learning about Autodesk Civil 3D?
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Gain a basic understanding of a typical daily workflow in this NEW class!
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SPECIAL INTEREST BRIDGE 2
Enhance your skill in Competitive Bidding and Play of the Hand in a fast, fun and friendly environment. Book included. Prerequisite: Previous Bridge course or familiarity with Standard American Bidding.
W. Rottmayer SI 301 5122 1/7-3/10 Tu 6-8PM SFCC-05/Humanities (Spartan Playhouse), 115 FREELANCE WRITING: GET PAID TO WRITE
INTRODUCTION TO VOICE OVERS... NOW IS YOUR TIME!
Learn how YOU could use your speaking voice for commercials, films, videos and more! Learn about a unique, outside the box way to cash in on a lucrative full or part-time career. Instructor has voiced commercials for dozens of businesses and is a well-known radio personality in the Seattle broadcast market. She has been coaching beginning voice over talents for 10+ years.
L. Foster NEW!
Strong content writers are in high demand, making now a great time to launch your freelance writing career whether you want full-time or supplemental income. With guidance from an internationally published freelance writer, youâ€™ll learn ways to narrow your niche, generate creative story ideas and build a steady client base. This class will also explore writing techniques used by successful journalists and marketing content creators to produce engaging copy for print and online platforms. Parking permit required.
N. Kidder-Perry SI 304 6 246 2/12-2/19 W 10AM-1PM $95 SFCC-18/Computing, Mathematics, Business Technology, 214
PI 143 5097 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 144
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 5094 1/23-1/30 Th 6:30-8:30PM $29 SCC-50/Max Snyder, 108
Questions? Contact us with questions about our programs!
General questions: contact the Open Enrollment Program Coordinator at 509-533-8483. 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. WINTER 2020
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Withdrawals and refunds
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
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Writing Winning Grant Proposals NEW!
Microsoft Office Suite NEW!
Learn all about how to write winning grant proposals in this NEW, interactive class!
Master the basics of Microsoft Office Suite! Learn the standard business applications used by most professional and academic workplaces. From spreadsheets to email applications, learn to use and transfer data from one application to another and much, much more!
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New New Art Art & & Design Design offerings! offerings!
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Learn to make beautiful creations with sea glass & driftwood! Classes include: • 3 Wire Wrapped Cultured Sea Glass Keychains • Cultured Sea Glass Earrings • Cultured Sea Glass Pendant • Driftwood & Cultured Sea Glass Ornaments
• Suncatchers with Driftwood & Wire Wrapped Cultured Sea Glass • Wire Wrapped and Cultured Sea Glass Bookmarks
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Corporate & Customized Training Explore the potential of your organization through flexible, workforce-driven trainings!
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Now offering courses online! See pages 4 for more information!
Find the CompTIA Career Pathway for You
CORE SKILLS CERTIFICATIONS
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We are now offering CompTIA A+, Network+, and Security+ ONLINE. Jumpstart your career in IT with flexible scheduling and work on your own time! 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, October 2019 - 19-187 - A
Explore new interests and career paths at the Community Colleges of Spokane! At CCS Corporate & Continuing Education, you can take courses i...
Published on Nov 22, 2019
Explore new interests and career paths at the Community Colleges of Spokane! At CCS Corporate & Continuing Education, you can take courses i...