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Saddleback College Community Education

Contents College For Kids........................2-3

Music....................................................... 22-23

Classes For Adults...................4-38

Norwegian.................................................... 20

99-Cent Gourmet.......................................... 19

Notary Public........................................... 24-25

Mystery Shopper........................................... 32

Art................................................................... 4

Online Classes............................................... 40

Build A Website............................................... 8

PC Boot Camp............................................ 9-11

Business........................................................ 5-7

Pharmacy Technician..................................... 32

Clutterology®................................................ 17

Photography................................................. 26

Computers................................................. 8-11

Photoshop..................................................... 11

Dance ..................................................... 12-13

Piano............................................................. 23

Day Trips.................................................. 28-30

Picture Framing............................................... 4

Dental Careers............................................... 35

Powerpoint.................................................... 10

Digital Photography...................................... 26

Princeton Review............................................. 3

Digital Scrapbooking..................................... 17

Private Investigator........................................ 15

Dream Books................................................. 14

Proctoring Services........................................ 26

Driver’s Training For Teens............................. 13

Professional Speaking.................................... 15

Entrepreneurship...................................... 14-15

Real Estate..................................................... 27

Event Planning.............................................. 36

Self-Publishing............................................... 18

Feng Shui...................................................... 17

Screenwriting................................................ 37

French........................................................... 20

Songwriting................................................... 22

Golf............................................................... 16

Spanish.......................................................... 20

Guitar............................................................ 22

Stained Glass................................................... 4

Hobbies & Life Skills................................. 17-19

Starting A Business.......................................... 5

Hollywood 2.0............................................... 14

Supervisor Series........................................... 6-7

Home-Based Businesses................................... 8

Travel....................................................... 28-31

How To Sell On eBay®..................................... 9

What Were You Born To Do?.......................... 19

Hypnotherapist Certificate............................. 33

Workforce Readiness................................. 32-36

Ideas and Inventions...................................... 14

Writing.......................................................... 37

Journalism..................................................... 33

Writing A Novel............................................. 37

Languages..................................................... 20 Latin Aerobics................................................ 13

General Information.............39-40

Make-Up 101................................................ 18

Withdrawal/Refund Policy.............................. 39

Medical Billing.......................................... 34-35

Map (Campus).............................................. 40

Money Management..................................... 21

Parking.......................................................... 39

Motorcycle Safety.......................................... 20

Travel Policy................................................... 39

Multi-Media Creativity................................... 15


College For Kids NEW!

Spanish Jump Start And Tutoring For Junior High And High School Students Natural A’s

(Age: 10 Years To 17 Years) Any student can significantly enhance grades, self-confidence, and chances for scholarships and college admissions by performing academic skills in alignment with the brain’s natural patterns. This makes note taking, reading, studying, memorizing, and test taking amazingly efficient. Students also will discover simple methods for understanding math and other subjects, optimizing focus and concentration, and preventing test anxiety. Registrants of all ages describe this class as “awesome,” “necessary,” and “easy to understand.” The instructor, Curtis Adney, M.S., J.D., graduated at the top of his college class with a 4.0 GPA and earned a Juris Doctor degree from Brigham Young University. Parents are welcome to register and participate with their child(ren). 5449 Oct 24, 1 Sun 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Parent /Adult Registration: 5450 Oct 24, 1 Sun 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 30-02 Fee: $49 (plus a $30 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Curtis Adney

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(Age: 11 Years To 14 Years) Children will explore the foreign language learning path with Intermediate and Advanced Español! This fast-paced, but comprehensive, class will focus on the four areas of language acquisition: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Using powerful vocabulary building activities including word searches, puzzles, and games, students will advance to a higher level of fluency. This class will give them a strong foundation to excel in their future intermediate and high school classes. They also will gain the confidence and stamina to write and speak Spanish and enjoy doing it! The price includes a $5 non-refundable material fee. 5584

Sep 15 - Oct 20 6 Wed 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-04 Fee: $99 Alicia Migliarini CALINK Institute

Spanish Tutoring For High School Students

(Age: 14 Years To 18 Years) This study class is designed for junior high school students in Spanish levels I, II, III, and AP (Advanced Placement) Spanish Language and Lit. Instructor provides individual attention to help students with their homework, reading assignments, projects, test/quiz prep, and SAT Subject Area prep in Spanish. The class also helps students to develop fluency by practicing conversational skill with real usage/life applications. Students must bring class syllabus and text/workbooks to their class to do homework and maintain GOOD GRADES. 5596

Sep 15 - Oct 20 6 Wed 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-04 Fee: $99 Alicia Migliarini CALINK Institute

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College For Kids Spanish For Children

(Age: 6 Years To 8 Years) In this fun class, geared to younger children, students will be introduced to the Spanish language, as well as the culture of Spanishspeaking countries. Basic and practical Spanish vocabulary will be taught through listening, reading, and speaking activities. The price includes a $5 non-refundable material fee. 5585

Sep 15 - Oct 20 6 Wed 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-04 Fee: $99 Alicia Migliarini CALINK Institute

Spanish For Preschoolers

(Age: 3 Years To 5 Years) This is a unique learning experience designed for young children 3 to 5 years old. The class combines TPR (Total Physical Response) activities, music, movement, and hands-on arts and crafts. This effective method introduces youngsters to a second language the same way they learn their native tongue – by experiencing it. The price includes a $5 non-refundable material fee. 5586

Sep 15 - Oct 20 6 Wed 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-04 Fee: $99 Alicia Migliarini CALINK Institute

Princeton Review

(Age: High School Juniors or older) Our SAT/ACT/SAT Subject Classroom and Honors classes will help you score higher on the SAT/ACT/SAT Subject tests with exclusive test-taking strategies specifically designed to boost your score. To enroll please call 800-2REVIEW or visit www.princetonreview.com

Beginning Guitar For Kids

(Age: 9 Years To 17 Years) Wow your friends and make some music! This class is for children with little or no experience playing the guitar. Students will learn several chords, strum styles, and single string melodies. In addition, students will learn three classic rock songs. You must bring your own guitar to class. Classes are repeatable. Choose session: 5444

Sep 18 - Oct 16 5 Sat 10:30 am - 11:30 am

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Oct 23 - Nov 20 5 Sat 10:30 am - 11:30 am Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-04 Fee: $99 Ron Gorman

Beginning Violin

(Age: 7 Years To 15 Years) You will begin playing songs on the violin the first day! No previous experience is required. This class is perfect for beginning violinists and for improving violin-playing skills for school orchestra. You will learn to read music in a fun and nurturing environment, with individual attention and group playing fun. There will be a recital the last day of class. Please bring your instrument and supplies. The price includes a $20 non-refundable material fee. Choose session: 5593

Sep 17 - Oct 15 5 Fri 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

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Sep 17 - Oct 15 5 Fri 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-04 Fee: $99 Valerie Geller

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Adults - Art Picture Framing For Beginners

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Take the mystery out of picture framing! Learn to join frames, cut mats and glass, mount pictures, and finish your own framed print. The class will cover design, measuring for matting, and the tools needed for framing. Please bring two pictures, photos, or prints (5 x 7 or 8 x 10). You will have “hands-on” experience matting both items and framing one of them. Also bring a tape measure, pencil, and a mat cutter (if you own one), or you can use the cutter in class. This is a fascinating, fun, do-it-yourself class that includes a beautifully framed piece you can keep. A sack lunch is recommended. 5504 Sep 11, 1 Sat 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-04 Fee: $49 (plus a $45 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class. Fee includes two mats and one 11 x 14 frame) Susan Unoura

Stained Glass For Beginners

(Age: 16 Years and Older) Topics include: glass cutting, leading, copper foiling, soldering. Glass, tools, and material cost will vary depending on the size of the project. All supplies can be purchased in class for a 10% discount. Choose session: 4219

Sep 25 - Oct 30, 6 Sat 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Sep 22 - Oct 27, 6 Wed 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

4222 Nov 6 - Dec 18 (No Class 11/27), 6 Sat 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Location: Off-Campus Glass Spectrum Fee: $120 Location For All Stained Glass Classes: Glass Spectrum (in Three Flags Center) 27601 Forbes Road, #40, Laguna Niguel. Take Crown Valley Parkway to Forbes Road, turn north on Forbes Road and proceed to the shopping center at the end of Forbes. Glass Spectrum Staff

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Adults - Business Smart Steps To Starting A Business Series

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Learn the steps to starting a business in this five-class series. You will learn how to formalize your business concepts, marketing and selling techniques, operation and management, finances, and so much more! You may take the classes individually or all five classes as a series. Register for the series and receive a discounted price. 4202 Sep 27 - Oct 25, 5 Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $175 (plus a $15 per class CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Michelle Bergquist

Business Basics Learn the characteristics of successful entrepreneurs, the types of business opportunities available, how to formalize your business concept, and how to create mission and vision statements. 4203 Sep 27, 1 Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $39 (plus a $15 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Michelle Bergquist

Marketing And Selling Your Products/Services Learn how to clearly identify your market niche, the best advertising and marketing strategies, how to conduct cost-effective market research, how to price for profit, and how to position yourself as an expert to gain publicity. 4204 Oct 4, 1 Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $39 (plus a $15 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Michelle Bergquist

Operating And Managing A Small Business Learn the key success factors needed for your business venture, the legal forms of ownership, what equipment and supplies are needed to start and/or expand your business, policies and procedures, and how to attract professional support resources. 4205 Oct 11, 1 Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $39 (plus a $15 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Michelle Bergquist

Financial Record Keeping For A Small Business Learn basic accounting practices necessary to run a small business, how to separate personal and business records, how to price for profit, the importance of timely financial information, and where to go to obtain financing. 4206 Oct 18, 1 Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $39 (plus a $15 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Michelle Bergquist

Business Success Starts With A Plan Learn how to develop a business plan, the power of a business plan, how to use the business plan to seek financing, how to operate the business, and how to generate short-term and long-term action plans. 4207 Oct 25 1 Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $39 (plus a $15 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Michelle Bergquist

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Business Supervisor Skills Certificate Series - Part I

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Join us for one or all eight energetic evenings. This acclaimed, interactive series of classes was developed with the typical day-to-day problems of supervisors and managers in mind. Each session focuses on a separate, yet interrelated topic which collectively can improve your ability to perform on the job. Participants must attend seven of the eight classes to qualify for a Certificate of Completion. Missed classes can be made up in the next session. The Supervisor Skills Certificate Series is especially recommended for supervisors, managers, small business owners, and professionals with staff-based practices. The program will be led by Irv Gamal, a master trainer, consultant, executive coach, and facilitator with more than 30 years of experience working with top organizations throughout the world. A $2 per class fee, is included in the price for handouts. There also is an additional $25 fee, payable to the instructor in class, for the Assessment Booklet used in the second session. Sign up for all eight classes in this series: Building Your Leadership Skills, Assessing Your Strengths And Personality Style, Communication Skills, Training Employees On The Job, Interviewing And Employee Selection, Resolving On-The-Job Conflicts, Understanding Employee Needs, and Improving Employee Performance for a discounted price. 5548 Sep 21 - Nov 9, 8 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $365 Irv Gamal

Building Your Leadership Skills Learn a more compelling way to work with your direct reports and concurrently improve the productivity of your entire work group. Make better people decisions quickly and increase your overall expertise in managing and “growing” your employees. Topics include: the difference between leadership and management, why you need power to influence, how to turn your employees into high performers, and how perception shapes your reputation. 5540 Sep 21, 1 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $57 Irv Gamal

Assessing Your Strengths And Personality Style This revealing workshop will help you discover your strengths and limitations through a unique and powerful personality assessment. In this eye-opening session, you’ll swiftly learn how to apply this knowledge in your work environment. Topics include: an enlightening view of your personality, why you get along with some people and not with others, matching your personality to the work you do, and how to be more effective with other personality types. 5541 Sep 28, 1 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $57 (plus a $25 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Irv Gamal

Here’s what others have said about this program: “Surpassed my expectations. Very interesting and beneficial. Time went by so fast. Loved my Tuesday nights.” “A lot of practical knowledge I can take back to work and implement immediately.” “I gained a good understanding of my style, factors that motivate employees, and how to create a more harmonious workplace.” “[I gained] a better understanding of what motivates employees and how to challenge them (and me!) toward better performance.”

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Business Communication Skills

Resolving On-The-Job Conflicts

Communication is literally the foundation for all business activities. It permeates everything you do as a leader. Find out how to become more adept at building important relationships, getting results, and avoiding senseless mistakes. Topics include: how to be a better active listener, why accurate feedback is vital, what it takes to give clear instructions and directions, and how to avoid the “assumption trap.”

No matter where you work or with whom you work, conflict is inevitable. The best supervisors manage the discomfort along with the conflict to restore harmony in the work environment. Topics include: how unresolved conflict erodes performance, pinpointing substantive and emotional issues that add complications, developing conflict reduction strategies, and identifying your own conflict resolution modes.

5542 Oct 5, 1 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $57 Irv Gamal

5545 Oct 26, 1 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $57 Irv Gamal

Training Employees On The Job

Understanding Employee Needs

Most supervisors are required to train employees to perform certain tasks, yet few have ever actually experienced any type of formal training to do this. This workshop presents training principles and techniques to fill that gap. Topics include: deciding if you have a training or performance problem, how to structure useful learning activities, what you need to know about training adults, and secrets of optimal on-the-job training.

Only by understanding what needs people really have on the job can the supervisor respond in ways that make good sense. Participants in this workshop will broaden their awareness of those factors that help create a work climate characterized by higher levels of productivity and job satisfaction. Topics include: what factors actually motivate people, what employees really want on the job, what you should routinely tell your people, and how to recognize and reward employees within a tight budget.

5543 Oct 12, 1 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $57 Irv Gamal

Interviewing And Employee Selection Aligning the right person for the right job is always a challenge for the supervisor or manager. With numerous legal and policy restrictions guiding the pre-employment process, you easily can feel hampered in obtaining the best people. This workshop will show you how to: analyze a job and determine the skills required, read between the lines of resumes and applications, ask targeted questions that are job related, create a relaxed, professional atmosphere for the interviewee, and comply with appropriate legal and organizational guidelines. 5544 Oct 19, 1 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $57 Irv Gamal

5546 Nov 2, 1 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $57 Irv Gamal

Improving Employee Performance In recent years the competitive global environment has intensified the need for sustaining higher levels of performance for all employees. For the most part, the responsibility for achieving this has fallen on the supervisor. This class will examine what the individual supervisor can do to gain from each employee a vital commitment to higher quality and productivity. Topics include: how to add substance to an employee’s job, identifying and clarifying expectations, obtaining results through positive reinforcement, and sustaining performance improvement. 5547 Nov 9, 1 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $57 Irv Gamal

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Computers Build Your Own Website For $5 A Month

How To Build and Promote A Money-Making Website Without Spending A Lot Of Money. (Age: 18 Years and Older) More and more consumers are searching the Web for products and services, and if your business does not have a website, you are losing a large number of potential customers. Programmers and website designers charge high rates and promise results with little or no knowledge of your business and industry. YOU know more about your needs and business assets than anyone else and can build an attractive website that drives sales. When you learn what to put on your website, how to design it, and how to promote it, you will enhance your Web presence and reach the increasing numbers of Netizens. In this class we will cover how to: • Determine your specific Web design needs • Sustain Web traffic by making your site user friendly • Create a cost-saving online shopping system • Get your website listed with search engines When you complete this class, you will have the knowledge, confidence, and tools to create your own website with solutions costing only $5 a month! This class is for anyone who wants to learn about website development: beginners, experts, managers, and web designers (no website development experience is necessary). 5089 Oct 9, 1 Sat 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 23-02 Fee: $39 (plus a $30 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Mike Rounds

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Generate A Second Income From Your Home

How To Cushion Your Fortune With A HomeBased Business! (Age: 18 Years and Older) In today’s grim job market, individuals are finding success with home-based businesses. If you are concerned about your job security, are looking for ways to earn more after-tax dollars, have always dreamed of starting your own business, or already work from your home, this class is for you! With very little money and what you learn in this class, you can build a successful business and determine your own job security. In this class we will cover: • How to establish your business legally and cover all the bases • Easy, do-it-yourself strategies for market research • How to accept customers’ credit cards to maximize sales • The easy and right way to handle your bookkeeping and tax records to keep Uncle Sam happy • How to acquire a sales tax permit and business license to make things official • How to dispel the myths web designers promote • Where to find FREE resources that can boost your business. This class is not a get-rich scheme. It is designed to give you the tools to find and develop a business. You will not be sold a franchise, business opportunity, or an eBay® store. You’ll come away from this class with the know-how to launch a successful home business. (If you already have a business, this class may be taxdeductible.) 5090 Oct 9, 1 Sat 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 31-02 Fee: $39 (plus a $30 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Nancy Miller

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Computers PC Boot Camp The Fast Track To Computer Competence

How To Sell On eBay®

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Everyone has lots of stuff in closets, drawers, and garages. Some even pay for storage areas to hold onto this stuff. Why not make some money and clear out some stuff at the same time? This class will show you how to sell on eBay®. We will cover organization, categorization, and how to write posts to describe the items for sale. 5413

Oct 6 - Oct 13 2 Wed 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $65 Frances Greenspan

Improving Your PC’s Performance

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Speed up your PC and keep it free of spyware, viruses, old files, and applications that can slow it down. Participants will learn valuable tips and techniques to help them solve problems that cause their computers to slow down and can save them from long tech support calls or unnecessary upgrades. The class also will cover the top 10 things to know to keep your computer tuned.

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Tired of being left out of the computer revolution? In just six stimulating sessions you will go from computer novice to computer veteran. There is no faster or easier way to gain the knowledge, “hands-on” experience, and computer survival skills you need for your continued business and professional growth. Day 1- Make informed decisions about purchasing and upgrading your computer. Protect your data. Practice using the mouse and keyboard. Day 2 - Windows: configure your desktop; work with files and file folders. Days 3-4 - Microsoft Word 2007: Use WordArt to create a beautiful personal letterhead. Learn tables, templates, bullets, borders, language translation, and other tools to create professional documents. Day 5 - Morning: The Internet - learn Google power techniques. Master the best Internet browser, email, and instant messaging systems. Afternoon: Create a PowerPoint 2007 slide show with clip art, charts, animations, and transitions. Day 6 - Learn the productivity secrets of Microsoft Excel 2007 to create powerful spreadsheets and eye-popping charts. Set up worksheets to print in a professional manner with headers, footers, page numbers, and graphics. 5424

Oct 23 - Nov 7 6 Sat, Sun 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Location: Saddleback College BGS 233 Fee: $275 (plus a $120 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Bill Napoli

5434 Oct 16, 1 Sat 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 30-02 Fee: $39 (plus a $30 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Robert Cohen

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Computers PC Boot Camp

PC Boot Camp

Access 2007 In Just Two Days

Spectacular PowerPoint 2007 Presentations

(Age: 18 Years and Older) In just two days of “hands-on” training, you will plan, design, build, and modify a complete Microsoft Access 2007 database from the ground up, including customized tables, forms, sub-forms, reports, and queries. You will discover when and how to use Access Wizards to speed and simplify the creation of database components. You also will learn how to enter data, sort and filter records, and import and export data between Access and Excel. Access is a must for every successful business – large or small. 5423

Dec 3 - Dec 10 2 Fri 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Location: Saddleback College BGS 233 Fee: $105 (plus a $40 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Bill Napoli

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Whether you are a public speaker, teacher, student, businessperson, or simply someone who wants to communicate more effectively, PowerPoint will help you organize and convey your ideas in a dramatic, professional, and entertaining manner. In this one-day workshop, you will learn how to plan and create spectacular PowerPoint presentations using the stunning graphic design tools incorporated in PowerPoint 2007. Enliven your presentations with exciting templates, themes, slide transitions, clip art, animated graphics, sound effects, music, video clips, charts, picture bullets, and WordArt. Use PowerPoint presentations to create self-running shows, publish your presentations to the Internet, create audience handouts, and use Pack and Go to package your presentation to run on other computers. 5426 Nov 12, 1 Fri 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Location: Saddleback College BGS 233 Fee: $95 (plus a $40 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Bill Napoli

PLEASE NOTE: Participants are not permitted to attend classes in which they are not officially enrolled. Onsite registration is available 15 minutes prior to the start time of class as space permits.

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Computers PC Boot Camp

PC Boot Camp

Photo Magic Using Adobe Photoshop CS 5

More Photo Magic Using Adobe Photoshop CS 5

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Learn how to use Adobe Photoshop, the industry-standard image editing software, to turn ordinary family photos and other pictures into photographic works of art. You will learn how to retouch pictures to correct lighting and color, remove lines and blemishes, and reveal details hidden in dark areas of pictures. You also will learn how to insert and remove people, animals, and objects from photos and completely change backgrounds. Working with Layers you will master an array of specialized techniques and brushstrokes you can use to add freehand drawing elements and text to pictures and turn your everyday photos into watercolor, charcoal drawing, and oil painting masterpieces. This is a fun and rewarding two-day workshop that is sure to add a whole new dimension of artistic creativity to your photographic hobby. The skills you develop in this workshop can be used with the full Photoshop software program or with the smaller, less expensive software program – Photoshop Elements. Choose session:

(Age: 18 Years and Older) This exciting Adobe Photoshop workshop will help you expand and refine the powerful photo-enhancement skills you acquired in the Photo Magic Using Adobe Photoshop Workshop. Learn how to: • Work with Quick Masks and Layer Masks to improve the preciseness of your selections and add special effects within layers • Create realistic drop shadows of people, objects, and text inserted into pictures • Use paths and vector graphics to create custom shapes and patterns • Use the Photoshop action sets to apply dazzling effects and borders to your pictures • Create action sets to automate your work • Use 3-D transform to apply three-dimensional shapes to two-dimensional images and to rotate and manipulate these objects in three-dimensional space • Work with Channels to save your selections for future use • Resize images and optimize them for use on the web • Install and use more than 50 free custom plug-ins contained on the Workshop CD, including exotic glass and gradient effects and filters.

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Sep 19 - Sep 26 2 Sun 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Dec 5 - Dec 12 2 Sun 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Location: Saddleback College BGS 233 Fee: $105 (plus a $40 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Bill Napoli

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Nov 14 - Nov 21 2 Sun 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Location: Saddleback College BGS 233 Fee: $105 (plus a $40 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Bill Napoli

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Dance Ballroom And Swing

(Age: 18 Years and Older) You will learn steps that can be danced to all music played in nightclubs, parties, weddings, and cruises. The Waltz, Swing, and Cha Cha are easy to learn, good for beginners, and give you the basics you can use with all music.

Swing: Choose session: 5459

Sep 17 - Oct 8 4 Fri 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

5461

Nov 12 - Dec 10 (No Class 11/26) 4 Fri 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Bride & Groom’s First Dance

(Age: 18 Years and Older) The Bride and Groom learn to dance to their first dance song that will be played at their wedding reception. Please bring your own selected music to class. Fee is per person. 5549 Sep 24, 1 Fri 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm Location: Saddleback College PE 301 (Behind Gym) Fee: $30 (plus a $2 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Kaylaa Fox

Holiday Dances: Waltz, Foxtrot, Nightclub 2 Step: 5460

Oct 15 - Nov 5 4 Fri 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Location: Saddleback College PE 301 (Behind Gym) Fee: $50 (plus a $2 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Kaylaa Fox

West Coast Swing

(Age: 18 Years and Older) This is one of the most versatile and fun dances since it can be danced to almost any kind of music–if you learn only one dance this should be it! 5562

Oct 15 - Nov 5 4 Fri 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Location: Saddleback College PE 301 (Behind Gym) Fee: $50 (plus a $2 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Kaylaa Fox

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Country Line Dance

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Show off your country dance moves and turns to both classic and new country music. Have a good time and feel the music while getting great exercise in this fun and fast-moving class. Choose session: 5550

Sep 17 - Oct 8 4 Fri 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Nov 12 - Dec 10 (No Class 11/26) 4 Fri 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Location: Saddleback College PE 301 (Behind Gym) Fee: $50 (plus a $2 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Kaylaa Fox

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Dance Salsa Dance

(Age: 16 Years and Older) Dance the night away moving to Salsa and Cha Cha, the hottest dances in today’s Salsa Club scene. Have fun, and it’s great exercise. Different patterns are taught each session. Classes are repeatable.

Salsa I Learn the basics of today’s hottest Salsa dances. Choose session: 5554

Sep 17 - Oct 8 4 Fri 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Oct 15 - Nov 5 4 Fri 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Nov 12 - Dec 10 (No Class 11/26) 4 Fri 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Salsa II

Latin Aerobics

(Age: 16 Years and Older) No Contact/Workout Class Exercise with simple Latin dance steps that anyone can do! Dance to Salsa, Cha-Cha, Samba, and Merengue music in this non-partner workout class. Get your hips moving and your heart pumping in this fun and easy class. You’ll experience Latin Basics, a calorie-burning, low-impact aerobic routine, and Latin Sizzle, where we turn up the tempo and combine everything into one hot, non-stop routine. 5447

Sep 12 - Oct 31 8 Sun 9:30 am - 10:20 am Location: Saddleback College PE 301 (Behind Gym) Fee: $100 Sandra Casado

Show off your Salsa dancing at the nightclubs with easy and fun intermediate patterns. Choose session: 5557

Sep 17 - Oct 8 4 Fri 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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Oct 15 - Nov 5 4 Fri 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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Nov 12 - Dec 10 (No Class 11/26) 4 Fri 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm Location: Saddleback College PE 301 (Behind Gym) Fee: $50 (plus a $2 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Kaylaa Fox

Advanced Driver’s Training For Teens

Presented by Teen Road To Safety, this advanced driver’s training program offers teens a one-day customized, crash-avoidance class. The class is designed to give teens the skills necessary to drive safely and defensively in all road conditions and situations. Using their own vehicles, participants are required to drive several designated courses throughout the day. After each driving session, students are debriefed and critiqued by the instructors. All Teen Road To Safety instructors are current or former law enforcement professionals with years of traffic safety experience. To learn more or to register for this class, visit: www.teenroadtosafety.com

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Entrepreneurship Cashing In On Your Ideas And Inventions

How To Sell, Protect, And Promote Your Innovative Ideas! (Age: 18 Years and Older) Have you seen your ideas in stores with someone else’s name on them? Television programs such as “American Inventor” and “The Pitchmen have shown people, just like you, how to cash in on their ideas and inventions. This class will show you how to take your ideas off the paper and onto the shelves. If you’re afraid to talk about your idea because someone might steal it, you’ll learn a variety of ways to obtain proprietary protection. Topics discussed in class include: • How to establish the proprietary rights to give you legal recourse from inception through sale • Using patents, trademarks, and copyrights to protect your idea(s) • Making your ideas marketable and competitive • Finding a manufacturer to buy your invention • Understanding and negotiating the contracts when you sell your invention. If you are a writer, software designer, or want basic information about trademarks and copyrights, you may find this class very informative and profitable.

Dream Books: Turn Your Book Ideas Into A Business (Age: 18 Years and Older) This class is designed for the author, illustrator, or business person with a book idea and entrepreneurial spirit. Learn the great literary tradition of self-publishing made famous by Mark Twain or modern-day author John Grisham, who sold his first work out of the trunk of his car. Learn how to grow your business into a global enterprise - like the people who publish the Chicken Soup For The Soul series. Digital press technology (the 21st Century revolution in publishing) has printing options starting at less than $200. You will learn how to register your book with the U.S. Copyright Office and ISBN Agency, how to brand your company and promote your book, and how to identify your customers and develop your marketing base. 5433 Oct 2, 1 Sat 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $49 (plus a $60 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Belma Johnson

5093 Oct 12, 1 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 15-02 Fee: $39 (plus a $30 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Nancy Miller

Hollywood 2.0: The New Way For Creative People To Make Money

(Age: 18 Years and Older) You’ve heard of Web 2.0. That’s the umbrella term for the wave of social-networking websites, including MySpace, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, and all the rest. The increased number of Web 2.0 sites has created income opportunities for creative people. It’s the New Hollywood-Digital Hollywood-Hollywood 2.0. This new arena creates unprecedented opportunity and gives unheard of autonomy to all kinds of creative people to live their Hollywood dreams: authors, artists, musicians, filmmakers, radio personalities, graphic artists, designers, and photographers – all have a place in Hollywood 2.0 5430 Sep 25, 1 Sat 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 30-02 Fee: $39 (plus a $30 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Belma Johnson

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Entrepreneurship Turn Your Multi-Media Creativity Into Profits

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Learn ways to turn your creativity in music, artwork, design, and photography into a home-based business by selling merchandise in your spare time. Using digital technology, you will learn how to create and sell more than 50 products with zero upfront costs, including professional quality audio CD’s, calendars, hats, t-shirts, greeting cards, posters, coffee mugs, mouse pads, and much more. Sell your products at CD Baby, Amazon.com, and other well-established online outlets. Learn how to manage inventory and expand your business with licensing and traditional manufacturing. Be inspired by examples of successful independent artists and learn how to create a long-lasting bond with your customers with branding. Students will receive a comprehensive booklet of resource material. 5502 Oct 2, 1 Sat 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $39 (plus a $30 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Belma Johnson

How To Be Your Own Private Investigator

(Age: 18 Years and Older) In California, no license is needed as long as you are investigating yourself. This class will show you how and where professional investigators obtain their information. You will discover where public records are located and how to search them. In addition, you will learn about databases and how to use them to conduct your searches. You also will learn how to do asset searches, background investigations, and skip tracing. The class will show you almost all of the sources of information that are used by private investigators. Who should attend? Adoptees, attorneys, birth parents, bill collectors, brokers, business owners, genealogists, investors, investigators, journalists, landlords, paralegals, researchers, and business partners. 5473 Oct 13, 1 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $39 (plus a $25 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Jim Harriger

Professional Speaking For The Clueless®

How To Present Profitable Seminars And Workshops (Age: 18 Years and Older) Do you have valuable knowledge that’s worth sharing? Want to make six-figures speaking about what you know best? If you want to enter the highly lucrative business of seminars, workshops, and public speaking, this workshop is for you! In this dynamic class you will discover: • How to make a six-figure income talking about what you know best • The pros and cons of working for seminar companies • A variety of techniques for booking more than 100 PAID engagements a year • How speakers’ bureaus work • How to create support materials people want to buy. Your knowledge and experience are valuable; so why not use them to reward yourself for your hard work? Share your expert advice to help people and businesses who are interested in high-content speakers with immediately useable information. Remember, being a professional speaker is like any other business – you must structure it and run it as a business to be profitable. Don’t be conned by the razzle-dazzle fluff other people are selling. Learn how to do it properly and profitably. 5091 Oct 9, 1 Sat 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 23-02 Fee: $39 (plus a $30 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Mike Rounds

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Golf Golf – Levels I Through IV

(Age: 14 Years and Older) Fees are per person, per level, and include practice balls. Participants should bring their own golf clubs (Levels I and II: a 7 Iron, and Levels III and IV: a 7 Iron, a wood, and a putter). Classes consist of four, one-hour lessons. Plan to arrive 5 minutes before the start of each lesson. Level I - Grip, stance, posture, etiquette, and introduction to the full swing. Level II - Applying the full swing, chipping, pitching, sand play, and trouble shots. Level III - The short game, putting, chipping, pitching, and trouble shots. Level IV - Putting it all together and refining your strokes and skills.

Golf- Combined Levels I And II

Golf- Combined Levels III And IV

Choose session:

Choose session:

5527

Sep 26 - Oct 17 4 Sun 8:00 am - 9:00 am

5536

Sep 26 - Oct 17, 4 Sun 9:00 am - 10:00 am

5528

Sep 26 - Oct 17 4 Sun 10:00 am - 11:00 am

5537

Oct 24 - Nov 14 4 Sun 9:00 am - 10:00 am

5529

Sep 26 - Oct 17 4 Sun 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

5538

5530

Oct 24 - Nov 14 4 Sun 8:00 am - 9:00 am

5531

Oct 24 - Nov 14 4 Sun 10:00 am - 11:00 am

5532

Oct 24 - Nov 14 4 Sun 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

5533

Nov 21 - Dec 19 (No Class 11/28) 4 Sun 8:00 am - 9:00 am

5534

Nov 21 - Dec 19 (No Class 11/28) 4 Sun 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Nov 21 - Dec 19 (No Class 11/28) 4 Sun 9:00 am - 10:00 am Location: Saddleback College Golf Range (Student End) Fee: $97 Emil Scodeller

5535

Nov 21 - Dec 19 (No Class 11/28) 4 Sun 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Location: Saddleback College Golf Range (Student End) Fee: $97 Emil Scodeller

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Hobbies & Life Skills Feng Shui Tools For Better Living

Clutterology®: Eliminate Clutter In Your Life

Proven Tactics Taught In An Upbeat Atmosphere To Organize And Change Your Life! (Age: 18 Years and Older) Are you tired of searching for items lost in piles of chaos? Do you stumble over stuff strewn throughout your house? Clutterology® will change your life by making your environment work for you. Discover how Clutterology’s® innovative ideas can get your clutter in order. You CAN change your environment to work for you with simple, easy, and practical ideas on how to remove clutter from your life and get organized. In this fun-filled and non-confrontational class you’ll find out how: • To put a stop to junk mail - NOW! • To distinguish between organized and neat • How much keeping your stuff really costs • To determine keep items from toss items • To remove clutter to improve your life • To create an efficient environment so you can get more done. Stop stressing over messy clutter and finally put an end to the havoc by taking this practical class. 5092 Oct 9, 1 Sat 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 31-02 Fee: $39 (plus a $30 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Nancy Miller

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Do you want to improve your health, have better relationships, and stimulate your financial potential? Did you know that the design and décor of your home and business can contribute significantly to your success in life? You may have heard or read about Feng Shui, but most westerners still have not been exposed to authentic Feng Shui practices. Learn specific tips to enhance your life by controlling the powerful energies of your environment. Kartar Diamond has advised thousands of clients since 1992. She has written four books on Feng Shui and also has authored two e-books: Feng Shui Tips for Realtors and Feng Shui Tips for Architects. 5458

Oct 19, 1 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-04 Fee: $49 Kartar Diamond

Introduction To Online Digital Scrapbooking

(Age: 18 Years and Older) In just two hours a week, you can preserve your and your loved ones most cherished memories! Get started now designing your own pages or using pre-designed, fully editable book templates that will help you as you lay out your story. Digitally you will be able to add photographs, swap backgrounds, and write and incorporate text within the pages. At the end of the class, you will have a beautiful, hand-stitched book (shipped within two weeks of the end of the class) for yourself or as a gift. If you need ideas, you can create scrapbooks with vacation, birthday, special family events, or pet themes. You also can create unique day-timers, cookbooks, playing or personal cards, and calendars. 5572

Oct 1 - Oct 29 (No Class 10/22) 4 Fri 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 32-01 Fee: $65 (plus a $55 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Randeleigh Harris

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Hobbies & Life Skills Make-Up 101: Beauty MakeUp For Busy Women

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Learn all the latest tips and tricks for make-up application from a professional make-up artist. Make-up application is demystified and explained in simple, straight-forward terms. You will leave confident and ready to put your “best face forward” whether you are a stay-athome mom or a working professional. If you have ever said, “I wish I could bring a make-up artist home with me,” you don’t want to miss this class! Class includes a seminar, demonstration, and workshop on: corrective techniques for face, foundation matching and application, demonstration of mineral make-up, proper care and use of brushes and other make-up tools, tips and tricks for enhancing the eyes, and much, much more. Students will receive a mini brush set to use in the workshop and take home ($35 value). The presenter will provide testers for use during the workshop, but students are encouraged to bring their favorite make-up and tools from home. Make-up also is available for purchase during the break. 5576 Oct 9, 1 Sat 9 am - 1 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $75 (plus a $40 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Christina M. Gaudy

Self-Publishing For The Clueless®

How To Get Your Book On The Market Quickly And Easily! (Age: 18 Years and Older) Do you dream of seeing your book featured on Amazon.com? Do you have useful knowledge or skills others could use? If you want to be published, but don’t know where to start, this class will show you how – whether it’s a book, an e-book, a booklet, or a CD. In this class we will cover how to: • Use quick and easy methods to get your work published • Create e-books to tap into the richness of your experience • Turn simple PowerPoint® presentations into profitable product • Create high-profit audio products in 30 days • Use copyrights and trademarks to protect your work • Use the headache-proof method of obtaining ISBN numbers and barcodes • Bust the myths of vanity presses or printon-demand companies (Xlibris Lulu, iuniverse). We are all experts in our own way. Your knowledge can benefit others, so why not cash in on your expertise by authoring a helpful book? Publishing a book can boost your career status. Think of the respect you will gain in your career when you literally are the one who wrote the book! 5094 Oct 12, 1 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 15-01 Fee: $39 (plus a $30 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Mike Rounds

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Hobbies & Life Skills The 99-Cent Gourmet

How To Feed A Family Of Four (Well) For $10 (Age: 18 Years and Older) The problems: • Food prices have increased 10 percent in the past year • We’re concerned about food cost vs. quality • Fast food prices are on the rise... but we want food FAST What to do? The answer is to find good food at lower prices and prepare it the way we want it. It’s simple, and once you know how, you easily can feed your family high-quality, good tasting, well-balanced, and nutritious meals on a tight budget. In this “crazy-if-you-miss-it class” you will leave being able to: • Find GOOD food at really cheap prices! • S-t-r-e-t-c-h your food budget. Prepare your own FAST meals that are far superior to fast foods • Plan delicious meals for less than $2.49 per person • And munch, munch more! You will take home a workbook/planner with shopping tips to stretch your food budget and low-cost recipes.

What Were You Born To Do?

(Age: 16 Years and Older) You were born to make a unique contribution to humanity. Progressing toward this purpose brings job satisfaction and abundance. Straying from it causes stress and emptiness. To accomplish this mission, one of the 33 Natural Talents® is wired into your DNA. It’s so subtle, you rarely notice it; yet so powerful, it’s the source of your highest potential. Elvis, Oprah, and Einstein were all just “doin” what came naturally. Applying your Natural Talent relentlessly will attract everything you desire in life. The instructor, Curtis Adney, M.S., J.D., is a life and career coach and author of the book, Pinpoint Your Destiny. 5477 Oct 24, 1 Sun 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 30-02 Fee: $55 (plus a $40 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Curtis Adney

5492 Oct 13, 1 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $39 (plus a $20 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Mike Rounds

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Languages NEW!

NEW!

First Hand French

(Age: 18 Years and Older) This class does not require a previous knowledge of French and is geared towards people who love the French language and culture. You will learn how to converse in everyday French. This class also will benefit people who will be traveling to France and need to “handle” their French vacation. 5580

Oct 8 - Nov 5 5 Fri 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 26-01 Fee: $59 (plus a $7 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in the class.) Nancy Allah

Practical Norwegian

(Age: 18 Years and Older) You will learn how to speak practical Norwegian in this exciting class and discover the very beginning of the Norwegian language, including the alphabet, counting, words, and phrases. On the practical side, you will learn how to communicate if you find yourself stranded with nonEnglish speaking relatives. Also covered will be an explanation of Norwegian genealogy terms. 5581

Oct 2 - Nov 6 6 Sat 9:00 am - 11:00 am Location: Saddleback College VIL 21-01 Fee: $59 Berit Austin Funnemark

Speed Spanish

(Age: 18 Years and Older) This class is designed to get you speaking Spanish right away. Most classes instruct you how to TEACH Spanish; this class gives you the skills to SPEAK Spanish. Whether you work with Spanish speakers or are planning a trip to a Spanish-speaking country, this class will get you conversing in Spanish pronto. 5505 Oct 6 - Nov 3, 5 Wed 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-04 Fee: $59 The Memory School

SRT - Motorcyclist Safety Program

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Have you ever wanted to learn to ride a motorcycle? Or, maybe you haven’t ridden for a long time and just want to brush up on your riding skills. Regardless, this rider course is for you, and it is approved by both the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and the California Highway Patrol. In this program you will learn the skills and mental strategies used by experienced riders. You also will experience the joy of motorcycling in the on-bike portion of the training. Successfully completing this program will bypass the on-bike test at the DMV. Saddleback Rider Training operates this state-approved program locally and takes pride in our professional facilitators. Our team members have conducted training throughout the country and are proud to bring you the finest possible riding experience anywhere. Saddleback College Parking Lot 5/5A, VIL 30-01 Register online at SADDLEBACKRIDERTRAINING.COM or by calling (949) 713-9754 Fee: $250 (inquire about youth discount) Advertisement

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Money Management Investment Strategies For Growth And Income

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Are you tired of watching your portfolio value drop? Are you wondering if you are making the right decisions with your investments? Are you worried about your retirement nest egg? It is time to learn the strategies that can make the difference for your financial future. In this investment class you will learn how the fixed income market works and how to make money in it. You also will discover how mutual funds work and the fees associated with them. We will discuss how to buy and sell individual stocks, as well as the strategies to prosper consistently. We also will review all types of retirement accounts, from IRA’s to qualified company 401k plans. The class also covers annuities, long-term care, and estate planning. You will not be solicited for business in this class. 5446

Oct 20 - Nov 3 3 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $39 Charles Goffin

Mastering Your Money

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Learn how to invest intelligently and profitably so that you can secure your financial future through this entertaining and informative workshop. This class will focus on investment strategies and products that can maximize your investment returns, lower your taxes, and minimize your risk. Topics include how to: • Read the financial pages and understand the language of the stock market • Construct a successful investment portfolio designed to maximize your goals and objectives • Evaluate which investments are most suitable for you • Recognize the common characteristics successful investors share • Gain an understanding of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, tax-deferred annuities, and life insurance • Discuss economic history and analysts’ economic forecasts. This class is a must if you invest, or are thinking of investing in an IRA, insurance, stocks, bonds, or mutual funds. 5427

Oct 19 - Oct 26 2 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 30-01 Fee: $49 Jalon O’Connell

Please note that refunds must be requested 3 business days prior to the class start date.

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Music Beginning Guitar

(Age: 18 Years and Older) This hands-on workshop is designed for people with little or no experience playing the guitar. You will learn several open position chords and a dozen strum styles and times signatures. Students also will learn three classic rock songs. You must bring your own guitar (electric or acoustic) and tuner to class. Classes are repeatable. Choose session: 5437

Sep 13 - Oct 11 5 Mon 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

5438

Oct 18 - Nov 15 5 Mon 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

5439

Nov 22 - Dec 20 5 Mon 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-04 Fee: $90 Ron Gorman

Intermediate Guitar

(Age: 18 Years and Older) This hands-on workshop is for the guitarist who has mastered the basics and is seeking a challenge. The exercises will be customized for the skill level and direction of the individual student. Topics include bar chords, lead guitar, music theory, and a new song each week. You must bring your own guitar (electric or acoustic) and tuner to class. Classes are repeatable. 5440

Sep 13 - Oct 11 5 Mon 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-04 Fee: $90 Ron Gorman

Intermediate Electric Guitar

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Join Saddleback College Community Education’s first ever All Electric Intermediate Guitar class. Learn all about the application of Barre chords, lead guitar improvisation, amp settings and effects. Also study music theory and chord voicing and how they apply to the electric guitar. Bring your axe, amp, and ear plugs to class. 5501

Nov 24 - Dec 22 5 Wed 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-04 Fee: $90 Ron Gorman

Beatles Intermediate Guitar

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Spend five weeks learning the legendary songs of the Beatles. Take an in-depth look at their unique melodies, lyrics, and the stories behind the songs. A must for fans who already play guitar. This class will cover vocal, melody, and tablature. Students must bring their own acoustic or electric guitar with a small amp to class. Choose session: 5441

Oct 18 - Nov 15 5 Mon 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

5442

Nov 24 - Dec 22 5 Wed 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-04 Fee: $90 Ron Gorman

Songwriting

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Learn craftsmanship in the art of songwriting. Musicians of all levels are welcome. Topics include: • Songwriting techniques • Lyrics and song structure • Exploration of musical styles • Arranging This class is open to keyboardists, guitarists, accordion players, and players of musical instruments that can be transported. Bring your instrument to class. 5443 Nov 22 - Dec 20, 5 Mon 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-04 Fee: $90 Ron Gorman

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Music Piano Made Easy Series

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Learn the wonderful world of piano with our renowned one-day piano classes. Instant Piano will get you started playing the piano with two hands. It’s designed for beginners and anyone who has had piano lessons in the past but came away unsatisfied. Some music background is recommended, but is not absolutely necessary. Piano by Ear in the afternoon delves much deeper into the secrets of music. You’ll be astounded to see how simple and predictable music is when seen from this perspective. Though not for beginners, it’s recommended for anyone with a chord background, including guitar players. Taking the morning Instant Piano workshop should be enough training for the Piano by Ear class, but if you are a real beginner, you might want to hold off taking the Piano by Ear class until it is offered in the next session. Enroll in both today and receive a discount. 5420 Oct 30, 1 Sat 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Location: Saddleback College FA 101 Fee: $75 (plus a $25 per class CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Robert Laughlin

Instant Piano For Hopelessly How To Play Piano By Ear Contrary to popular belief, anyone can learn Busy People to play piano by ear. This workshop shows you Music teachers may not want you to know this, but you don’t need years of weekly lessons to learn piano. Robert Laughlin created the oneday piano workshop in 1982. Used by more than 300 teachers nationwide, this workshop has been taken by more than 100,000 students. In just half a day you can learn enough secrets of the trade to give you years of musical enjoyment. The difference is piano teachers teach note reading, and piano-playing professionals use chords. In this class, you will learn all the chords needed to play any song. You’ll also learn how to play several songs, and then perfect your technique at home using an exclusive CD designed by the instructor. If you can find middle C, and know the meaning of Every Good Boy Does Fine, you already know enough to enroll in this workshop. If not, ask for a free piano preparation pamphlet. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Piano Pamphlet, 309 Wall St., Chico, CA 95928. 5418 Oct 30, 1 Sat 9:00 am - 12:30 pm Location: Saddleback College FA 101 Fee: $45 (plus a $25 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Robert Laughlin

the inside secrets professional piano players use (but never reveal). You’ll learn how to pick tunes right out of your head. In addition, you will learn how to get songs off the radio (think of the money you’ll save on sheet music). You’ll even learn how to transpose. This workshop goes beyond mere “ear training.” In this class, you’ll obtain information found nowhere else, and you’ll be picking out tunes by ear–with both hands–from the very first day. Open to musicians (not just piano players) who have a basic understanding of chord theory. Beginners should take Instant Piano For Hopelessly Busy People as a prerequisite for this class. 5419 Oct 30, 1 Sat 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm Location: Saddleback College FA 101 Fee: $45 (plus a $25 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Robert Laughlin

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Notary Classes California State Notary Public

Become a Notary Public and/or a Loan Document Signing Specialist (Age: 18 Years and Older) California needs additional professional Notaries. There is a growing need for Notaries Public in the financial, real estate, business, and professional fields. Become a valuable employee or own your own business. Mandatory reading before class: go to www.sos.ca.gov/business/notary/, click on Notary Public Handbook, and click print.

How To Become A Notary Public This class will provide the new or previously commissioned Notary Public with the education and skills to pass the state examination, detect fraud, and be successful in a new career. Commissioned Notaries who attend this class can fulfill the six-hour class requirement mandated by the July 1, 2005 law. California State proctors administer the Notary Examination during the last hour of class. Please bring a check for $40 made payable to the California Secretary of State, a valid driver’s license, a #2 pencil, and a passport photograph to be attached to your Notary application. Choose session:

How To Become A Loan Document Signing Specialist

5463

Sep 11, 1 Sat 8:00 am - 5:30 pm

5464

Oct 9, 1 Sat 8:00 am - 5:30 pm

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Prerequisite: Must have, or be in the process of obtaining, a California State Notary Public license. California’s real estate industry needs notaries who would like to become Loan Document Signing Specialists. In this class, your instructor will present information on the duties and responsibilities of the Notary Public entering the loan industry as a Loan Document Signing Specialist. Please bring a check for $30 made payable to the California School of Notary, a valid driver’s license, and a #2 pencil. Choose session:

5465

Nov 13, 1 Sat 8:00 am - 5:30 pm

5467

5466 Dec 18, 1 Sat 8:00 am - 5:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 31-01 Fee: $80 (plus a $45 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Dennis Ryan

Oct 10, 1 Sun 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

5468 Dec 19, 1 Sun 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 31-01 Fee: $80 (plus a $45 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Dennis Ryan

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Notary Classes California State Notary Public – Examination Only (Age: 18 Years and Older) Prepared to take the Notary exam? Secure your seat to take the California State proctor-administered Notary Public Examination. Please bring a check for $40 made payable to the California Secretary of State, a valid driver’s license, a #2 pencil, and a passport photograph to be attached to your Notary application. Choose session: 5469

Sep 11, 1 Sat 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

5470

Oct 9, 1 Sat 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

5471

Nov 13, 1 Sat 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

5472 Dec 18, 1 Sat 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 31-01 Fee: $25 Dennis Ryan

California State Notary Public – ONLINE This Class Is Conducted Online Via Your Own Computer. (Age: 18 Years and Older) This online class provides the new or previously commissioned Notary Public with the education and skills to pass the State-proctored examination, detect fraud, and become successful in a new career. This class exceeds the qualifications for new applicants and for notaries who are renewing their commissions for the six-hour class requirements mandated by the law that went into effect July 1, 2005. Students will receive a “Certificate of Completion” and are eligible to take the State-proctored examination. Information regarding Notary Public exam scheduling can be obtained from www.cps.ca.gov/TakeATest/Notary/ or register to take the exam with Saddleback College Community Education. You can take one day or up to two weeks to complete this online class. 5525 Online Fee: $80 Dennis Ryan

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Photography Digital Photography - Level I

(Age: 18 Years and Older) This class is for the beginning digital photographer who has been using a digital camera, but still finds it frustrating to operate and enjoy. The class also is helpful for those who are trying to decide which digital camera to buy. We will “demystify digital” through the explanation and demonstration of the icons, controls, and menus on a digital camera. We also will cover how to take a portrait, landscape, or macro shot, how to shoot a movie, and the importance of scene modes. You also will learn how to get beautiful prints and create efficient emails. Also discussed will be how to use local or online services to print your photos and create photo books. Bring your camera to class. 5564 Oct 9, 1 Sat, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 26-01 Fee: $60 (plus a $7 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Parry Shoemaker

Note: Beginners should not take both classes Digital Photography Level I and Digital Photography Level II on the same day. It is recommended that you use your camera for a while after taking Level I and return for the Level II class at a later date.

Digital Photography - Level II (Age: 18 Years and Older) Are you still shooting on auto? This class is for those who have been taking digital photos for a while, but want to gain more confidence using their cameras. We will cover in detail: Aperture and Shutter Priority, Macro, White Balance, Exposure, ISO, Bracketing, Metering, Flash, Histograms, JPEG and Raw File Formats, Quality Settings, and How to Solve Tough Exposure Problems. We’ll also explore the latest (and greatest) software programs for editing and organization. Bring your camera to class. 5565 Oct 9, 1 Sat, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 26-01 Fee: $70 (plus an $8 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Parry Shoemaker

Getting To Know Your Digital SLR

(Age: 18 Years and Older) This class is taught specifically for owners of digital single lens reflex cameras. We will cover in detail the dials, controls, and menus on the DSLR, and why, when, and how to use them effectively. Bring your cameras to class! 5566 Oct 11, 1 Mon 6 pm - 9 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $65 (plus a $7 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Parry Shoemaker

Proctoring Services

Saddleback College Community Education has expanded its services to include proctoring examinations for colleges and universities throughout California and the United States. Proctoring takes place by appointment only. Fees apply. For additional information, email proctor@saddleback.edu or visit our website at www.ce.saddleback.edu

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Real Estate California Real Estate License Renewal Online Classes

(Age: 18 Years And Older) Now, complete all the education requirements to renew your California Real Estate License online! Real estate courses are offered in association with RockAnd when you have completed the necessary well Institute, the school of record. Rockwell Institute is classes, you can submit your materials directly to the course sponsor and holds all course approvals. the DRE. Whether this is your first renewal, or a subsequent one, we have the classes you need, including: • 15-Hour First Renewal Package • 45-Hour First Renewal Package • 45-Hour Standard Renewal Package • California Fair Housing (3 Hrs) • Ethics For California Real Estate Agents (3 Hrs) • California Real Estate Agency (3 Hrs) • California Trust Fund Handling (3 Hrs) • Risk Management (3 Hrs) • CE Survey Class (6 Hrs) • Consumer Protection Classes: California Real Estate Law (37 Hrs) Financing Residential Real Estate (37 Hrs) Principles Of Real Estate Appraisal (37 Hrs) Online Saddleback College Facilitators: Professors Martin Welc and Barbara Cox To learn more or to register, visit www.ce.saddleback.edu

Property Management Anyone Can Do

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Recently, lots of people were caught with houses they cannot sell and now they have to rent them. Some of these “accidental landlords” are using property managers who are ripping them off. This class covers: • How to find and screen great tenants you can trust • Getting tenants to pay the rent before it’s due • How to motivate tenants to maintain or even improve your property’s value • Helping tenants to get along with the neighbors • How to have renters stay a long time. Rental properties are a wonderful investment – better than annuities, stocks, or gold. Learn how to manage your properties effectively. Choose session: 5506

Sep 25, 1 Sat 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

5507 Nov 6, 1 Sat 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 31-02 Fee: $59 (plus a $25 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Stephen Dexter

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Travel Please see Travel Policy on page 39 for information about withdrawals/refunds

Feline Conservation Center: The Cat House “Twilight Tour”

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Special “Twilight Tours” of the Feline Conservation Center’s “Cat House” are held only three times a year. Join us for one of these exciting tours in Rosamond, the home of more than 70 of the world’s most endangered felines. Founded in 1977, this desert zoo/wildlife museum is a non-profit organization run entirely on public donations. The doors open at 5 PM for the evening tours. Visitors will see parts of the compound not open to visitors during the day. In addition, the cats are more active in the evening, and visitors will be able to view “enrichment” (playful and active toys) items being given to the cats. Other surprises on the tour include goldfish in the fishing cat ponds, watermelons for the tigers, cubs walking on leashes and lots of beautiful cats to see, hear, and photograph – an incredible experience! There will be time on your own to visit the American Association of Zookeepers bake sale, the Rotary Club barbecue, and a raffle (not included in the trip price). (Note: Bring a jacket since the evening may be cool.) 5598

Sep 18, 1 Sat 2:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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Regina Rocha Tours

Please pre-register for all Community Education activities.

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Travel Please see Travel Policy on page 39 for information about withdrawals/refunds

Explore Riverside’s Castillo Isabella And Tour A Boutique Winery (Age: 18 Years and Older) Join us for a day in Riverside as we discover the fascinating Castillo Isabella, patterned after Spain’s exotic Alhambra. Begun in 1921 and completed in 1931, the architecture is typical 18th Century Spanish Moorish and Mission Revival. The unusual castle features grillwork from China, marble from Italy, open wood beams from Germany’s Black Forest, and a 500-year-old floor from Mexico. “Terra Louisa,” a 90-foot tower adorning Castillo Isabella, contains several apartments to see, and the rooftop offers a grand view of Riverside. Some of the original artifacts, including a rare Kilgon player organ, also are on exhibit. (We may not be able to go inside the apartments.) Many films were made at Castillo Isabella, including Abbott & Costello’s scary movies of the 40s. You still can see the passageway behind a china cabinet that leads to an underground room that was featured in these movies. After a special, “mystery” lunch (included in the tour price), we will visit a local boutique winery. You will have three samples of the wines, as well as the opportunity to bottle your own wine - complete with a personalized label - as a special souvenir. 5569

Nov 13, 1 Sat 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

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$87

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9:30 am Saddleback College Parking Lot 1 (Please arrive no later than 15 minutes prior to the departure time)

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Regina Rocha Tours

Refund Policy - See page 39

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Enjoy The Annual Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Join us as we experience Newport Beach’s Christmas Card to the world. Upon arrival in Newport Beach, you will have time on your own to eat, shop, and enjoy the festive atmosphere. We will meet to board our boat for a holiday harbor cruise to see the fabulously decorated multi-million dollar homes lining the harbor. After the cruise, we will be in position on the boat to view the Christmas Boat Parade, hailed by the New York Times as “…one of the top ten holiday happenings in the nation.” It is a magical experience, with beautiful yachts, kayaks, canoes, and other boats sailing the harbor in a dazzling array of holiday lights. Many of the vessels are decorated with animated Christmas scenes, and the air is filled with holiday music. We will depart for home around 8 PM. Don’t forget to bring a coat, hat, and gloves for the chilly evening on the water. 5599

Dec 19, 1 Sun 3:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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$75

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3:00 pm Saddleback College Parking Lot 1 (Please arrive no later than 15 minutes prior to the departure time)

Return: 9:00 pm (approximately) Regina Rocha Tours

Child Development Center The Saddleback College Child Development Center offers services for children that are a minimum of 18 months of age and may remain in the program up to their entrance into kindergarten. Child care services are available as a first priority for Saddleback College students; all remaining spots are then open to faculty/staff and community residents. • Offering toddlers 2,3 and 5 full day options • Caring for children 18-30 months of age • Highly trained early childhood teachers with a specialization in infant & toddler development and care. • Providing a developmentally appropriate program in a safe and nurturing environment. • Serving children of students, faculty, staff, and community members. • Also enrolling children in our classrooms serving children 2.6 up to Kindergarten age, 2 half days to 5 full days available Call now to schedule a tour ~ 949-582-4582

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The European Experience The European Experience has offered tours to Europe for more than 30 years. The following tours are planned for 2011. Each tour is unique and features personalized pre-trip preparation meetings to prepare each participant academically for his/her trip. The tours are lead by Joe Calwell, retired European History teacher, who will present the art, music, architecture, geography, and general culture of the countries to be visited.

Images Of Iberia (Spain And Portugal) May 1-15, 2011 The tour is designed to offer insights into the legacy of the Spanish and Portuguese heritage to American culture. The Iberian experience begins in Portugal with three nights in Lisbon and exploring the major sites. After one night in the quaint walled town of Obidos, we visit medieval Evora and enjoy a memorable lunch at the famous Posada, a former monastery. Three nights in Sevilla and a day in Cordoba will be spent exploring the major monuments of Moorish and Christian Spain. We will stop in Jerez de La Frontera to visit a sherry bodega and the Spanish Riding School, and then on to Ronda and the oldest building in Spain. A highlight will be Granada and a visit to the world-famous Alhambra, the last stronghold of the Moorish kings. We will spend some time in enchanting Toledo, and then three nights in exciting Madrid and all its major sites, including the Prado Art Museum. A day trip to Segovia and the Escorial also is included. Our last night in Madrid will feature a lively evening at one of Madrid’s atmospheric restaurants. Includes round-trip airfare from Los Angeles, all entrance fees, land transportation, hotel accommodations.

The Grand 19-Day Tour Of Europe June 22-July 10, 2011 Your specially designed itinerary includes Belgium, Holland, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, and France. The tour includes the capitals of Rome and Paris, but also is designed to visit some of the most beautiful smaller towns of Europe. Stay the night in famous canal-laced Brugge, the medieval walled town of Rothenburg in Germany, half-timbered Stein-on-Rhine in Switzerland, and the jewel of Switzerland: Zermatt, to view the Matterhorn. The Italian cities of Venice, Rome, Florence, Verona, and Stressa on Lake Maggiore also are explored. We also will tour Amsterdam with its canals and a private tour of the Rijksmuseum. We spend the last three days in Paris and celebrate with a farewell dinner in the Eiffel Tower. Includes round-trip airfare from Los Angeles, all entrance fees, most meals, land transportation, and hotel accommodations.

The Galapagos And Peru (Including Machu Picchu) - Aug 25 – Sept 7, 2011 National and historic treasures await on this cruise vacation to Peru and the Galapagos Islands. Enjoy a walking tour of Lima, a guided visit of Cuzco, former capital of the Inca Empire; a train excursion on the Chiva Express, and time at leisure in Quito. We also visit the Inca baths of Tambomachay, ancient Puca Pucara, the temple of Sacsayhuaman, the Inca fortress of Ollantaytambo – and a highlight of your adventure: mystical Machu Picchu. We then fly to Baltra Island for a four-day cruise among various Galapagos Islands. During the cruise you will discover the incredible plants and vastly different animals that are unique to the Galapagos. Plan to attend a free informational meeting for all the tours

Saturdays, October 16, November 27, December 4 9:00 to 11:00 am • Saddleback College, Lower Campus, TBD For more information and a free brochure, write or call:

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Workforce Readiness Begin A New Career As A Pharmacy Technician

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Learn how to become a Pharmacy Technician – one of today’s fastest growing healthcare occupations. A Pharmacy Technician assists the Pharmacist with mixing and packaging prescriptions, refers clients to the Pharmacist for counseling, manages inventory control and purchasing, collects payments, and coordinates billing. In partnership with Boston Reed College, Saddleback College Community Education is offering this comprehensive training program which prepares students for careers as Pharmacy Technicians. There are 182 hours of class instruction and 120 hours of a Pharmacy Externship. 5503

Oct 29 - Jun 17 34 Fri 9:00 am - 4:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $2,620 The fee includes textbooks, program materials, externship placement, and certificates of completion. Please see Refund/Withdrawal Policy on our website at www.ce.saddleback.edu. Boston Reed College

How To Become A Mystery Shopper

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Mystery shopping is a splendid way to earn extra money and have fun at the same time. Shoppers receive assignments from companies that do business evaluations. An assignment might be to evaluate a restaurant, retail store, bank, gas station, theatre, entertainment event, etc. At the conclusion of the evaluation visit, the mystery shopper completes and submits a report. This class will provide an overview of how mystery shopping works, what types of assessment forms are used, the do’s and don’ts of completing an assignment, and how to get into the “shopper’s network.” Even if you have taken this class previously, you will benefit from the updated materials and contact lists. 5088 Sep 11, 1 Sat 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $49 (plus a $20 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Elaine Moran

Attend a FREE “Discover A Career In Healthcare” Orientation on the Saddleback College campus. You will learn more about healthcare careers and Saddleback College Community Education’s and Boston Reed College’s training programs, financing options, prerequisites, and externships. Seats are limited. Details will be available on our website: www. ce.saddleback.edu under the Healthcare Careers link. A class schedule, including holidays, will be provided. Saturday, Oct 2 at 10 am in VIL 9-03

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Workforce Readiness Hypnotherapist Certification

24 Contact Continuing Education Hours For California Board of Behavioral Sciences, Marriage & Family Therapists, And Licensed Clinical Social Workers (Age: 18 Years and Older) Unlike other hypnotherapy classes, you are not required to take a second level to learn to use hypnosis therapeutically. In this class, you will acquire skills to use hypnotherapy for issues such as weight loss, smoking cessation, self-confidence building, personal and professional success, and more. This is an easy-to-learn class that will teach you a step-by-step process for hypnotizing anyone, and you will be capable of practicing the techniques immediately. You also will learn simple, but effective, marketing strategies to serve cash-paying clients. After completing the class (face-to-face or home study) and passing an exam, you will be certified as a hypnotherapist. You can use the designated title, “CHt,” after your name. The class meets the qualifications for 24 hours of continuing education credit for Marriage & Family Therapists and/or Licensed Clinical Social Workers as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (Approval # PCE 3854). The class objectives are to teach Nettimian Hypnosis, pre-talk, suggestibility tests, inductions, deepening techniques, and awakening. 5539

Dec 4 - 5 1 Sat, Sun 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $799 (plus a $100 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Dr. Balaji Nettimi - California Mind Institute

Journalism 2.0: New Income Opportunities

For Newspaper Or Magazine Writers (Age: 18 Years and Older) What’s a blog? What’s a vlog? What’s citizen journalism? What’s an aggregator? What’s a content creator? What about a wiki? And how do all of these Web 2.0 terms translate into more money and more control over one’s creative destiny for writers? These are the key questions for aspiring journalists. At a time when newspapers are laying off thousands of writers a year and magazines are going out of business left and right, there are new areas of print journalism that are growing in prevalence, power, prestige, and profit. Collectively we refer to these fields as Journalism 2.0. Learn how easy it is to start a blog or vlog and to syndicate your work. Hear the case studies of successful practitioners, including one man who makes $800,000 a year while working from his apartment. Bring your articles, writing samples, or even your ideas for columns or concepts for magazines to class and let the instructor help you re-shape them for the 21st Century by turning them into blog, vlog, or aggregator ideas that can give you creative and financial freedom. Or, if you’re just curious about this brave new world in journalism, but have no clue about how to get started or how far you can take it, just bring an open mind to class and be prepared to have it blown away. 5432 Oct 9, 1 Sat 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 30-02 Fee: $39 (plus a $30 material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Belma Johnson

Room assignments are subject to change. Please consult www.ce.saddleback.edu for accurate class locations.

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Workforce Readiness Medical Billing Classes Or Series

(Age: 18 Years and Older) If you are interested in the medical world and you want to enter it, medical insurance billing is something you must know. The physician’s most valued employee is the one who does the insurance billing. Learn the skills to become a Medical Insurance Biller to work in an office environment or establish your own Medical Insurance Billing Service at home. You can take all three Medical Insurance Billing classes: Medical Insurance Billing I, Medical Insurance Billing II, and Start Your Own Medical Insurance Billing Service From Your Home and receive a $45 discount on the registration fee. 5414

Oct 16, 1 Sat 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Oct 17, 1 Sun 9:00 am - 6:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $255 (plus a $168 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Terry Rowen Associates

Medical Insurance Billing I

Medical Insurance Billing II

Prerequisite: None. This class was developed specifically for the novice. Learn step-by-step directions on how to bill Medicare and private insurance companies, how to look up diagnosis codes, procedure codes, and modifiers using the actual coding books. Learn how to use the CPT and ICD-9 code books, how to fill out the 1500 claim form (this form is accepted nationally by insurance carriers), how to read an explanation of benefits (EOB) form and remittance advice form, how to keep up to date in the field for free, and surgical terminology for reading a surgical report. You will receive a comprehensive insurance billing manual that includes the rules of billing, complete instructions on how to bill, information on how to stay up to date, and much, much more. Certificates of Completion will be issued. No tape recorders. Please arrive 15 minutes before class starts.

Prerequisite: Medical Insurance Billing I or equivalent skills. This class starts where Medical Billing I leaves off, and is highly recommended for those students who have just completed Medical Insurance Billing I, as well as for those who want a well-rounded learning experience in medical billing. It is also necessary for those who want to start a Medical Insurance Billing Service from their homes. Topics include: HCPCS coding, basics of managed care and how it works, how to follow up on a claim that hasn’t been paid, the legal aspects of collections, Medi-Cal billing, and creative ways to find employment as a Medical Insurance Biller. Certificates of Completion will be issued. No tape recorders. Please arrive 15 minutes before class starts.

5415 Oct 16, 1 Sat 9:00 am - 4:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $125 (plus a $60 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Terry Rowen Associates

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Workforce Readiness Start Your Own Medical Insurance Billing Service From Home Prerequisite: Medical Insurance Billing or Equivalent Skills. Most medical practices receive more than 70% of their income from insurance companies. Thus, billing services are big business! Doctors are interested in doctoring, and they want Medical Billing professionals who keep themselves up to date in an area that is constantly changing. Learn what you need to start this business from your home: • How to set your fees • Where to find ethical software vendors • Successful ways to market your services • Promotional literature you can use for your own business • Sample contracts for your clients to sign • Three different types of billing services (learn what each one involves) • Scripts of the questions doctors will ask you and the answers you should give them. Certificates of Completion will be issued. No tape recorders. 5416 Oct 17, 1 Sun 4:15 pm - 6:30 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $55 (plus a $59 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Terry Rowen Associates

Orange County Dental Careers (OCDC)

(Age: 18 Years and Older) OCDC is a fast-track Dental Assisting School for motivated students. Licensed by the State of California (B.P.P.E.), OCDC provides clinical instruction in a dental office on day one. Students graduate with State Certification in Dental Radiology, the only license needed to work as a dental assistant in California (coronal polishing is not required). After six months of work experience as a dental assistant, you can be certified as an orthodontic or anesthetic assistant. After eight months of work experience, you can sit for the California R.D.A. exam. Also approved for Dental Radiology certification by the California Dental Board, the OCDC Program trains students quickly and efficiently in just ten Saturdays. For more information and to register online, go to: www.ocdentalcareers.com 5169

Oct 2 - Dec 4 10 Sat 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Location: Off-Campus 15541 Beach Blvd, Suite D, Westminster Fee: $2,895 George Eliades, D.D.S.

Parking: The daily parking permits are required 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Daily parking fee is $2.00 (8 quarters or 2 dollar bills). Parking permit dispensers are located in Lots 1, 5A, and 10.

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Workforce Readiness Power Entertaining: The Art Of Event Planning

How To Be A Special Event/Wedding Planner (Age: 18 Years and Older) This information-packed seminar includes the basic tools, techniques, and valuable trade secrets for those who want to start a new, exciting, and lucrative career in special events, as well as for those who just want to create one great party. Participants will learn how to enjoy coordinating their next special gala, wedding, corporate or social event, fundraiser, or small private gathering. Learn how to: • Coordinate a stress-free event • Create a budget and timeline • Put together creative invitations and announcements • Find unique locations • Create exciting themes • Choose a caterer and menu • Enhance the theme and floral décor • Design dazzling favors and gifts • Select unforgettable music and entertainment • Create a memorable event for your guests. 5428 Oct 20, 1 Wed 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 30-02 Fee: $49 (plus a $25 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Farla Binder

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Writing NEW!

NEW!

Screenwriters Boot Camp

(Age: 18 Years and Older) This intensive screenwriting workshop covers all the major elements of the process, from threeact structure and outlining, to dialogue and distinct voice, character, story development, and audience identification. The screenwriters industry will be discussed, as well as the protection of your work and securing representation. Attendees receive a 100-page textbook and formatting guide, a link for FREE screenwriting software, and five produced screenplays (you choose from a list of more than 300 titles). Choose session: 5578

Oct 2 - Oct 3 Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Dec 4 - Dec 5 Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 9-03 Fee: $100 (plus a $50 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Adam Coplan

Writing A Novel

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Learn the basics of writing a novel from a published author and writing instructor. This class covers all the essentials of writing a novel, including character and plot development, scenes, dialogue, manuscript format, writing style, and getting published. Writing assignments will be critiqued weekly by the instructor. Students will receive many handouts, including printed lectures, writing examples, and case studies. 5579

Nov 6 - Nov 20 3 Sat 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 26-01 Fee: $85 (plus a $12 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Sam McCarver

Write From The Heart

(Age: 18 Years and Older) Ever find yourself helplessly staring at a blank page? Never again fear a writing deadline. Learn how to elevate your best writing skills to the professional level. Learn the tricks that all professionals use to fill the page. Learn how to write prose that’s moving and funny, clear and inspiring, distinct and compelling. Find your voice and learn how to write when you need to – or just when you want to. If you have to write for school or work, or if you want to enjoy writing just for fun and the fulfillment of it, these three hours will change your writing life. 5429 Oct 9, 1 Sat 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Location: Saddleback College VIL 30-02 Fee: $39 (plus a $30 CASH material fee payable to the instructor in class.) Belma Johnson

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Online Classes

Online Classes

Update your skills, discover a new talent, or chart a career path at your own pace and at your convenience with our ONLINE CLASSES. Most classes are available for both Windows and Macintosh platforms. Each class runs for six weeks and consists of 12 lessons. Interactive quizzes, assignments, tutorials, and online discussion areas to supplement the lessons are available via the World Wide Web. Read your lessons and ask your instructor questions at the times most convenient to you. All you need to get started is Internet access, an email address, and a Web browser. Additional requirements, if any, will be listed with the class description. For more information, visit:

www.ed2go.com/saddleback Classes are available in the following categories:

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Computers Business Administration And Management Business Planning And Entrepreneurship Child Care And Parenting Cursos en Español Desktop Publishing And Imaging Digital Photography Entertainment Family And Personal Enrichment Grant Writing And Non-Profits Health Internet Languages Personal And Career Development Teaching Professionals Test Preparation Web Design Web Graphics Web Programming Writing

Visit our Ed2Go website at: www.ed2go.com/saddleback and view our complete listing of classes and available dates

You also can take a demonstration class!

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General Information Withdrawal/Refund Policy

Transfer Policy

A withdrawal from a class or event must be made at least three (3) full business days prior to the activity start date, and a credit for the amount will remain on your account for a future registration for one (1) year. To receive a refund minus a $10 per person, per event, processing fee, you must request a refund by calling our office at (949) 582-4646 at least three (3) full business days prior to the start of the event or class. You will NOT receive a refund if you cancel less than three (3) business days prior to the start date. You may send a substitute if you are unable to attend. If you do not attend class, you will NOT receive a refund or be eligible for a transfer. When applicable, credit card transactions will be refunded to the same credit card, and a refund check will be sent for cash or check transactions. This process takes 3-4 weeks. Material fees are not refundable. For travel refunds, please see the “travel policy� below.

Transfers, when applicable, must be requested by calling our office at 949-582-4646 at least three (3) full business days prior to the start of the class. A $10 per person, per event, processing fee will be charged on all transfers.

Travel Policy

Unless otherwise noted, the minimum age limit for all travel events is 18. Payments are due in full at the time of booking. Withdrawals are not available for travel events. You may send a substitute in your place with the permission of Saddleback College Community Education. Refunds for cancellations will be given only if the space can be re-sold by the Community Education Office. When requested and approved, refunds will be made, less a $15 per person, per event, processing fee AND any unrecoverable expenses, such as admission tickets, accommodations, etc. You will be required to sign an additional liability release waiver on the bus prior to departure. The South Orange County Community College District requires that all travel participants have their own medical/accident insurance coverage should the need arise The District will not provide this coverage for you.

Parking Policy

A parking permit is required to park in any campus lot 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Oneday permits are available for $2 at dispensers located in Lot 1 (Avery Entrance); the flagpole on upper campus (College Drive Entrance); in Parking Lot 5A off College Drive East (tennis court lot); or the north end of Parking Lot 10 (Marguerite Entrance). See campus map (page 40). You may use dollar bills or 8 quarters. It is recommended that you arrive early to park. No parking in staff or reserved spaces unless otherwise posted. Class Dates

The class dates are as advertised. Saddleback College Community Education does not require the instructor to allow make-ups unless a class meeting is canceled by the Community Education Office or by the instructor.

Community Education Office (949) 582-4646 Office Hours: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.

Community Education Staff Estella Garrison............ Director Linda Wood................. Program Specialist

Please note that refunds must be requested 3 business days prior to the class start date.

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Fall 2010