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EAST ARKANSAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Community Education and Workforce Development Programs

Fall 2018 Course Brochure Personal Interests

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What’s Inside Personal Interests/Senior Sage

Applied Piano & Applied Voice...........................................................6 AR Concealed Carry Course.................................................................6 Ballroom Dancing..............................................................................5 Beginning Sign Language..................................................................6 College Singers..................................................................................6 Conditioning......................................................................................5 Decorative Welding............................................................................4 Drawing I & II....................................................................................4 Hunter Eduction Course.....................................................................6 Internet Basics...................................................................................3 Introduction to Computers.................................................................3 Introduction to Film Production.........................................................4 Introduction to Web Design...............................................................4 Microsoft Word..................................................................................3 Microsoft Excel..................................................................................3 Painting I & II ....................................................................................4 Pottery..............................................................................................4 Recreational Riding...........................................................................3 T-Shirt Quilting.................................................................................4 Understanding Religion and Spirituality ...........................................6 Weightlifting.....................................................................................5 Western Riding Techniques I..............................................................3 Yoga..................................................................................................5 Zumba...............................................................................................5

Register Today Five Easy Ways to Register In Person

Stop by EACC’s Department of Community Education located in the Learning Resource Center in Forrest City. Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Telephone

Call 870-633-4480, ext. 333 or 261. Credit card payment can be processed over the phone.

Email

Send an email with registration information (include name, address, phone, email, course information) to rjordan@eacc.edu. Confirmation and payment instructions will follow the receipt of your email.

Mail or Fax

Send registration information (include name, address, phone, email, course information) and payment to: EACC Department of Community Education 1700 Newcastle Road Forrest City, AR 72335 Fax: 870-633-7222 Make check payable to EACC and include class information on check. *Please call for availability before mailing/faxing payment.

Professional Development

Emergency Medical Technician- Basic Refresher Course......................7 Insurance Continuing Education.........................................................7 Paramedic Refresher Course...............................................................7

Kids on Campus

Casting Call........................................................................................7 Gymnastics (Age 3 & up)....................................................................7 Slammin’ Jammin’ Music Lessons (Grades 2nd-8th)...............................7 Youth Horseback Riding.....................................................................7

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Registration

Classes are filled on a first-come first-serve basis, and early registration is encouraged. Please note that fees are due upon registration to reserve a space in a class. A student is not officially enrolled in a class until payment is received. All credit course students will be required to pay a $20 annual infrastructure fee.

Cancellation Policy

A 100% refund is given when a course is cancelled by the College. EACC reserves the right to cancel any class due to insufficient enrollment. Mailed refunds are usually received within two to three weeks.

Refunds

A transferable voucher may be given for the amount of the class if a student cancels 48 hours prior to the start of the class.

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Personal Interests & Senior Sage Equine Classes Western Riding Techniques I (AGN 1112 C1)

This course is designed to teach western riding techniques and equitation riding to students with little or no previous experience. Students will develop their skills through practical experience and will have individualized equitation lessons in a group setting. Fee: Full Tuition (Under 50) ½ Tuition (Ages 50-59) No Charge (60+) Tuesdays and Thursdays, August 21st - November 29th 8:00 am - 10:00 am The Barn

Recreational Riding (HPR 1501 C1)

This course will offer basic recreational riding techniques to students who wish to ride primarily for enjoyment, recreation, or fitness. Tuesdays and Thursdays, August 21st - November 29th 12:45 pm - 2:10 pm Fee: Full Tuition plus $5 activity fee (Under 50) ½ Tuition plus $5 activity fee (Ages 50-59) $5 activity fee (60+) The Barn

Microsoft Word (BUS 2081 C1)

Learn basic word processing functions including: enter, insert, delete and replace text, set margins and tabs, save and print documents, create headers and footers, insert page breaks, use of spell check graphic features, and other automated tools. Introduction to Computers or equivalent experience recommended. Mondays and Wednesdays, September 24th - October 17th 1:30 - 3:30 pm Fee: Full Tuition (Under 50) ½ Tuition (Ages 50-59) No Charge (60+) Computer Education Center- Lab 1

Internet Basics

This course introduces students to the Internet and email. Students will learn to search for stock quotes, airline schedules, news, weather, online newspapers, etc. The use of search engines, downloading, sending attachments, and email will be covered. Introduction to Computers or equivalent experience required. BUS 1671 C1 Mondays and Wednesdays, October 22nd - November 14th 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm BUS 1671 W1 Tuesdays, October 16th - November 27th 5:00 pm - 6:50 pm Fee: Full Tuition (Under 50) ½ Tuition (Ages 50-59) No Charge (60+) EACC Wynne Center E-133

Microsoft Excel (BUS 1621 W1)

Technology Classes Introduction to Computers (BUS 1121 C1)

This class starts at the very beginning! By the end of this course, you will understand and “talk” computer lingo. This computer course includes an overview of Windows operating systems, and introductions to word processing, and more. Mondays and Wednesdays, August 20th - September 17th 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm Fee: Full Tuition (Under 50) ½ Tuition (Ages 50-59) No Charge (60+) Computer Education Center-Lab 1

Microsoft Excel is perhaps the most important computer software program used in the workplace today. That’s why so many workers and prospective employees are required to learn Excel to enter or remain in the workplace. Students will create and edit basic worksheets and workbooks. This course is designed for students who want to gain the necessary skills to create, edit, format, and print basic Microsoft Excel worksheets. Introduction to Computers or equivalent experience recommended. Mondays, October 15th - November 26th 5:00 pm - 6:50 pm Fee: Full Tuition (Under 50) ½ Tuition (Ages 50-59) No Charge (60+) EACC Wynne Center E-133

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Personal Interests & Senior Sage Art Classes T-Shirt Quilting (ART 1001 C1)

Want a special gift for a graduate, friend, or family member? If you have 6 to 28 t-shirts, you can design and make a keepsake quilt for someone to cherish. You must supply your own t-shirts and fusible mid-weight interfacing. This project requires you to spend extra time working on your quilt outside of class time. Sewing machines will be available, but participants may bring their own machines. Mondays, August 20th - October 29th 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Fee: Full Tuition plus $30 fee (Under 50) ½ Tuition plus $30 fee (Ages 50-59) $30 fee (60+) Art Studio 3-001

Drawing I (ART 1023 C1) Drawing II (ART 1323 C1)

Students will learn basic drawing techniques using various materials to create portraits, still life, landscapes, and abstractions. Thursdays, August 23rd - November 29th 12:45 pm - 3:45 pm Fee: Full Tuition plus $30 fee (Under 50) ½ Tuition plus $30 fee (Ages 50-59) $30 fee (60+) Art Studio 3-002

Decorative Welding (ART 2001 C1)

Have fun with experienced welder Sarah Kennedy, as she shows you some creative ways to turn metal into beautiful pieces of art through welding. Tuesdays, August 21st - October 9th 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Fee: Full Tuition plus $30 fee (Under 50) ½ Tuition plus $30 fee (Ages 50-59) $30 fee (60+) TTC- 128

Painting I (ART 2013 C1) Painting II (ART 2313 C1)

Students will use acrylic paints to paint a still life, self-portrait, and landscapes. Beginners will learn basic painting techniques. Tuesdays, August 21st - November 27th 5:15 pm - 8:15 pm Fee: Full Tuition plus $30 fee (Under 50) ½ Tuition plus $30 fee (Ages 50-59) $30 fee (60+) Art Studio 3-002

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Introduction to Film Production (ART 2003 C1)

Students will learn the basics of filmmaking, equipment use, and editing software. Students will produce at least one short film. Mondays and Wednesdays, August 20th - December 3rd 12:45 pm - 2:10 pm Fee: Full Tuition plus $60 fee (Under 50) ½ Tuition plus $60 fee (Ages 50-59) $60 fee (60+) Art Studio 3-003

Introduction to Web Design (ART 2003 C2)

Students will learn basic methodology and design concepts. An emphasis will be placed on design and software use. Students will complete at least one full functioning web site. Tuesdays and Thursdays, August 21st - November 29th 9:35 am - 11:00 am Fee: Full Tuition plus $30 fee (Under 50) ½ Tuition plus $30 fee (Ages 50-59) $30 fee (60+) Art Studio 3-002

Pottery

This class explores the art of forming and shaping clay. Anyone can participate, regardless of skill level. Explore hand-building techniques such as Coil, Slab, and Wheel and learn how to incorporate decoration and embellishments to improve surface design. Experienced students will continue their exploration of ceramic art by practicing advanced hand techniques. ART 2113 C1 Tuesdays, August 21st- November 27th 12:45 pm - 3:45 pm ART 2113 C2 Thursdays, August 23rd - November 29th 5:15 pm - 8:15 pm Fee: Full Tuition plus $60 fee (Under 50) ½ Tuition plus $60 fee (Ages 50-59) $60 fee (60+) Art Studio 3-004


Personal Interests & Senior Sage Fitness Classes Yoga

Yoga is designed to connect the mind and body. Participants will focus on strength and balance movements designed to increase flexibility and reduce stress. You will benefit from this class whether you are a new student learning the basics or you are more experienced. This class is appropriate for all fitness levels. Wear comfortable clothing and don’t forget to bring a yoga mat to class. Fee: Full Tuition plus $5 activity fee (Under 50) ½ Tuition plus $5 activity fee (Ages 50-59) $5 activity fee (60+) HPR 1261 C1 Mondays and Wednesdays, August 20th- December 3rd 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm Instructor: TBA EACC Gym - HPER 2 HPR 1261 C2 Tuesdays and Thursdays, August 21st - November 29th 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Instructor: S. Hammonds EACC Gym - HPER 2

Dance your way into fitness with this Latin-inspired experience. Zumba joins high energy movements with dance combinations to achieve a full body workout. Zumba helps tone, sculpt, and burn fat while blending exercises such as squats, knee lifts, and bicep curls. Instructors will make sure you have so much fun you won’t realize you are working out. Fee: Full Tuition plus $5 activity fee (Under 50) ½ Tuition plus $5 activity fee (Ages 50-59) $5 activity fee (60+) HPR 1421 C1 Mondays and Wednesdays, August 20th - December 3rd 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Instructor: O. Golatt EACC Gym HPR 1421 W1 Tuesdays and Thursdays, August 21st- November 29th 9:35 am - 10:35 am Instructor: TBA EACC Wynne Center E-134

Conditioning

Weightlifting (HPR 1811 C1)

Throughout the semester, students will work on how to achieve different goals such as increased speed, power, flexibility, endurance, strength, and muscular size. Students will be working all major muscle groups including legs, chest, back, shoulders, and arms with increasing amounts of resistance. This class will also cover the basics of nutrition to help build a “more fit” you. Tuesdays and Thursdays, August 21st - November 29th 11:30 am - 12:30 pm Fee: Full Tuition plus $5 activity fee (Under 50) ½ Tuition plus $5 activity fee (Ages 50-59) $5 activity fee (60+) EACC Gym - HPER 1

Ballroom Dancing

Zumba

Tango, Waltz, Samba. Have you ever wanted to learn to dance like the stars? Now is your chance. Join instructor Katie Harrison for this introduction to ballroom dancing. Tuesdays, August 21st - October 2nd 6:45 pm - 7:45 pm Fee: $80 per couple EACC Gym - HPER 2

The first half of the class is geared toward cardiovascular improvement. The second half of the class is weightlifting with small dumbbells. Students are required to have a yoga mat and their own small dumbbells. This is a beneficial course for people who want to get into shape. Fee: Full Tuition plus $5 activity fee (Under 50) ½ Tuition plus $5 activity fee (Ages 50-59) $5 activity fee (60+) HPR 1321 C1 Mondays and Wednesdays, August 20th - December 3rd 11:10 am - 12:10 pm Instructor: TBA EACC Gym - HPER 1 HPR 1321 W1 Mondays and Wednesdays, August 20th - December 3rd 8:00 am - 9:00 am Instructor: TBA EACC Wynne Campus E-132 HPR 1321 W2 Tuesdays and Thursdays, August 21st - November 29th 8:00 am - 9:00 am Instructor: TBA EACC Wynne Campus E-132

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Personal Interests & Senior Sage Specialty Classes Beginning Sign Language (SPE 2001 C1)

Learn to communicate in the manual-visual mode and receive instruction in learning the alphabet, vocabulary, whole number system, and elementary conversation. Thursdays, August 23rd - November 29th 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Fee: Full Tuition (Under 50) ½ Tuition (Ages 50-59) No Charge (60+) Classroom Building 1-108

Understanding Religion and Spirituality

Applied Voice (MUS 1021 C1) Applied Piano (MUS 1031 C1) Applied Guitar (MUS 1901 C1)

These classes are private instruction classes. They typically meet one-half hour or one hour per week. All applied class instruction courses require five hours of practice per week for every half-hour of individual instruction. Lab fee is $25 for one-half hour per week and $50 for a one-hour per week. Schedule of days and times arranged on individual basis. Fee: Full Tuition plus lab fee (Under 50) ½ Tuition plus lab fee (Ages 50-59) Lab fee (60+) Music Building

(REL 1001 C1)

How can we best understand the role of religion and spirituality in the world today, and how should we interpret the meaning of religious and spiritual traditions -- their texts and practices -- in history and culture? Dr. Bill Buchanan takes you on an exciting tour through selected themes and puzzles related to the fascinating and diverse expressions of religion and spirituality throughout the world. From politics and pop culture, to religious philosophies and spiritual practices, to rituals, scriptures, gender, religious authority, and more, students will explore how these issues emerge in a variety of religions, places, communities, and historical moments in the U.S. and across the globe. Mondays, August 20th - October 29th 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Fee: Full Tuition (Under 50) ½ Tuition (Ages 50-59) No Charge (60+) Classroom Building 1-109

College Singers (MUS 1071 C1)

Bring music into your life and join this group of mixed voices. Sacred and secular choral music will be studied and performed. Your efforts will culminate in a public concert during the festive holiday season. Mondays and Wednesdays, August 20th - December 3rd 11:10 am - 12:35 pm Fee: Full Tuition (Under 50) ½ Tuition (Ages 50-59) No Charge (60+) Music Building

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AR Concealed Carry Course

Taught by certified concealed handgun safety instructor Buck Morris, this course offers a safe, friendly environment for Arkansas residents to qualify to conceal a handgun with a permit (license). Classroom experience and firing qualification (to be held at a local range) meets the requirements of Arkansas Act 419 of 1995. Participants must be 21 years of age and a resident of the State of Arkansas. Saturday, September 15th 9:00 am - 2:00 pm Fee: $60 (New), $40 (Renewal) Classroom Building 1-107

Hunter Education Course

Anyone born on or after January 1, 1969 must complete a hunter education course and carry a valid hunter education card to hunt in Arkansas. Children under 16 may hunt without hunter education certification as long as they are under the direct supervision of an adult who is 21 years or older. Registration is required. For more information and to register, please visit www.register-ed.com. Saturday, September 22nd 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Fee: No Charge Learning Resource Center B129


Professional Development

Paramedic CEU Training (EMT 2503 CE)

This course follows the USDOT National Standard Curriculum and provides 20 hours of refresher training. Information provided assists Arkansas certified or nationally registered Paramedics to meet recertification requirements. Pre-registration is required. Monday - Tuesday, September 10th &11th 9:00 am - 7:00 pm Fee: $338 Learning Resource Center - B129

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EMT CEU Training (EMT 1501 CE)

This course follows the USDOT National Standard Curriculum and provides 20 hours of refresher training. Information provided assists Arkansas certified or nationally registered EMT-Basic to meet recertification requirements. Pre-registration is required. Wednesday and Thursday, September 12th & 13th 9:00 am - 7:00 pm Fee: $126 Learning Resource Center - Room B129

Gymnastics

Thursdays, September 6th - December 6th Classes will not meet on 11/22 due to Thanksgiving.

Tumbling Tots (3 Year Olds*) 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm Fee: $89 (includes $10 insurance fee) *Children must be 3 by the start of class Tumbleweeds (4 Year Olds) 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm Fee: $89 (includes $10 insurance fee) Gymnastics I (Ages 5-7) 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm Fee: $149 (includes $10 insurance fee)

Gymnastics I (Ages 5-7)

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Casting call for all Soldiers, Mice, Party Girls Fee: $149 (includes $10 insurance fee) & Boys, and Tumblers. If your child is in to Gymnastics II (Ages 8-11) dance or gymnastics, the EACC Fine Arts 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Center needs their help with Fee: $149 (includes $10 insurance fee) performing alongside professional Gymnastics III (Ages 12 & Over) dancers in Dance Alive National Ballet’s 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm performance of The Nutcracker. Children Fee: $149 (includes $10 insurance fee) will be responsible for learning choreography and attending all rehearsals. Auditions will be held Slammin’ Jammin’ Music Lessons September 29th & 30th. *Pre-registration is Whether you are brand new to guitar, violin, fiddle, or need to build on the basics that you have already been taught, instructor John Shepherd or Bill required to attend auditions. Thurman will supply you with the tools you need to improve and play like Please call 870.633.4480 ext. 333 for more a star! 8 lessons will cover hand techniques, reading music, chording, etc., while working one on one with an experienced music instructor. Bring your information.

Youth Horseback Riding

Perfect for horse lovers, this class offers a hands-on learning experience in all aspects of horsemanship. Participants will enjoy being around their favorite animal while learning to care for them and ride them at the same time. Along with riding instruction, students will learn the importance of safety, feeding, grooming, saddling and stable management. Participants should wear pants and boots. Tuesdays, September 11th - November 13th 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Grades 3rd - 8th Fee: $189 The Barn

own instrument and your inner rock star! Fee: $199 *Schedule of dates and times arranged on an individual basis. EACC Learning Resource Center or Wynne Center *Depending on instrument being taught

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EACC Fall 2018 TOUR Hhoro 1ho Horio moots 1ho Dotal Wilson, AR Friday, October 26th 2018 Wilson, Arkansas is located on Highway 61, deep in the heart of the American South. Founded by Robert E. Lee Wilson in 1886, a small town with great ambitions, was once the most important company in the South. From the Wilson family story to its authentic artisanal traditions and collection of ancient aboriginal artifacts, the town occupies a singular position in the landscape of the American South and the Mississippi Delta regions. Among the unique historic sites are the revitalized Tudor-inspired town square, the historic cotton gin, and the Hampson Archeological Museum, which houses a rare collection of late Mississippian artifacts from the nearby Nodena site. Through an array of educational, cultural and economic initiatives, Wilson pays tribute to this heritage and brings the story of Wilson to life for its visitors. The price of $79 includes transportation, lunch at the renewed Wilson Cafe, and tours of the Hampson Museum and the Delta School. Deadline for registration and payment is Friday, September 28th.

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EACC Fall 2018 Brochure-Community Education/Workforce Development  

East Arkansas Community College's Fall 2018 Course Brochure for Community Education and Workforce Development Programs

EACC Fall 2018 Brochure-Community Education/Workforce Development  

East Arkansas Community College's Fall 2018 Course Brochure for Community Education and Workforce Development Programs

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