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Classes are offered throughout the quarter. Visit

greenriver.edu/cce

User Experience (UX) Design Certificate Enhance Your Customers’ Website Experiences! See inside for:

Professional Development Computers Online Personal Enrichment

schedule

FALL 2017

CONTINUING EDUCATION


FEATURED CLASSES HR Generalist Certificate (8 Class Series) Prepare to effectively serve in an HR Generalist role. Learn about hiring, compensation, payroll, employment laws, performance management, training, HR administration and much more.

GREEN RIVER COLLEGE

SMALL BUSINESS CENTER

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Project Management ED IS REV Certificate Part 1 (3 Class Series) Acquire the skills to manage projects in a variety of industries. Our newly revised program, with six required courses, gives you the tools and techniques to deliver projects on time and within budget.

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Threat Analysis: Ethical Hacking Certificate

Ethical Hackers use the same knowledge and tools as malicious hackers but in a lawful and legitimate manner. Learn how to help your organization eliminate vulnerabilities and protect customer and confidential information against security breaches.

Green River College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and Procurement Technical Assistance Program (PTAC) helps any business, at any stage, in any industry, reach the next level of success.

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Paint and Sip A new twist on Paint and Sip. Create your own Seattle themed masterpiece while enjoying a cup of hot coffee, tea, hot cocoa or cider. All skill levels welcome! Painting is 11 x 14- canvas, paints and supplies provided.

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Healthy Holidays

Come join us and learn ways to take control during the upcoming holiday season. Learn food substitutions, recipe modifications and tips and tricks to avoid the post-holiday guilt!

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Darrell Sundell PTAC Advisor

Deanna Burnett-Keener SBDC Advisor

Jeremy Mauck

SBDC Advisor

NO-COST BUSINESS ADVISING Government Contracting

Business Expansion

International Export

Business Management

Business Start Up

Marketing Assistance

Business Funding

Buying or Selling a Business

See page 11 for more information and classes or visit greenriver.edu/businesscenter

Partially funded by the SBA and Cities of Auburn, Covington, Enumclaw and Kent.


For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26

Education is a Lifelong Process Continuing Education non-credit courses are for professional continuing education, job training, and personal enrichment. These are selfsupporting courses, not supported by tax funds. Classes are held on campus and at a variety of other locations. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available for most classes.

EASY WAYS TO REGISTER REGISTER AND PAY ONLINE greenriver.edu/cce PHONE

Auburn Campus Auburn Center Kent Campus Enumclaw Campus

(253) 833-9111 ext. 2535 (253) 288-3455 (253) 856-9595 ext. 5000 (253) 288-3400

VISIT

Register and pay in person at:

GREEN RIVER LOCATIONS

Auburn Campus Continuing Education | WT Building 12401 SE 320th Street Auburn, WA 98092 Auburn Center 1221 D Street NE Auburn, WA 98002 Kent Campus 417 Ramsay Way, Suite 112 Kent, WA 98032

Professional Development........................... 5-11 Business............................................................. 5-6 Career and Trade Skills...........................................6 Communication.....................................................6 Customer Service...................................................7 Healthcare.............................................................7 Human Resources...............................................7-8 Leadership and Supervision............................ 9-10 Project Management...........................................10 Real Estate...........................................................11 Small Business Development..............................11 Social Media and Marketing................................11 Computers................................................ 12-17 Computer Basics..................................................12 Microsoft........................................................ 12-14 QuickBooks..........................................................14 SQL Server............................................................15 Web and Graphic Production......................... 15-16 Web Security........................................................16 Online

Enumclaw Campus 1414 Griffith Avenue Enumclaw, WA 98022 Use your Visa, MasterCard, AmEx or Discover card for phone, online, and in-person registration.

HOURS

Prime Time Program (for Mature Learners)......... 4

Auburn Campus:

Monday–Thursday Friday and breaks

9:00a – 7:00p 9:00a – 5:00p

Auburn Center:

Monday–Thursday Friday and breaks

7:30a – 8:00p 7:30a – 5:00p

Kent Campus:

Monday–Thursday Friday and breaks

7:30a – 8:00p 7:30a – 5:00p

Enumclaw Monday–Thursday Campus: Friday

8:00a – 8:00p Closed

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Personal Enrichment ................................. 17-23 Creative Arts and Crafts.................................. 17-18 Health, Dance and Fitness............................. 19-20 Home, Garden and Outdoors........................ 20-21 Language and Culture.........................................21 Money Matters.....................................................22 Music...................................................................22 Writing.................................................................23 Other Courses......................................................23 Kent Campus Credit Classes............................. 24 Maps ........................................................ 25-27

This document is available in alternative formats to individuals with disabilities by contacting Disability Support Services at 253-833-9111, ext. 2631; TTY 253-288-3359; or by email at dss@greenriver.edu. Green River College is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Learn more at www.greenriver.edu/accessibility. Green River College has made reasonable efforts to provide information that is accurate at the time of publication. However, the college reserves the right to make appropriate changes in procedures, policies, calendars, requirements, program, courses and fees. When feasible, changes will be announced prior to their effective dates, but the college assumes no responsibility for giving any particular notice of such changes. Nothing herein shall be construed to create any offer to contract or contractual rights.

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For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26

Prime Time is a program for active adult learners. Members enjoy stimulating, intellectual learning through short non-credit courses, discussion groups, social activities, and educational tours. With college administrative support, Prime Time members are the driving force behind the program and participate in providing suggestions for future classes, instructors and tours. Membership is open to adults ages 55 and older. Yearly membership fee is $45 per person and entitles members to a significant discount on Prime Time classes, special invitations to campus events, and 10% off most Continuing Education courses. Non-members are welcome to attend all Prime Time events at the non-member fee.

Nutc ra c ke r Bal l e t Sunday, December 3 • Time: 10:30a – 4p Location: Meet bus at Main Campus in Auburn

Member fee: $89 (P204) Non-Member fee: $99 (P205)

Join us for a matinee showing of the Pacific Northwest Ballet’s George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker®. This two hour show, including an intermission break, includes stunning scenes and costumes, wonderful music and talented dancers. Admission to the ballet, bus ride, and water and a snack on the bus included. Please specify any seating needs, including wheelchair accessible, when registering. Please park at ZWC lot - bus will leave promptly at 10:30 for a 12:30 matinee.

Ge op ol it ic a l B ord e rs : Can ad a a nd M exico Tuesdays: Oct 24 and Oct 31 • Time: 9-11a Location: Auburn Center Presenter: Rich Elfers and Elliot Heifetz

Member fee: $39 (P206) Non-Member fee: $49 (P207)

America's Southern and Northern Neighbors: Mexico and Canada. Most Americans know little about the nations that border us. What is their history, their perspectives, and their concerns about the colossus that dominates North America? We usually only see what we value, and these two nations are invisible to most of us. Sign up and learn more.

Pri me -Time H eal th : Make You r Hea lth Your Hobby Tuesday, November 14 • Time: 9-11a Location: Auburn Center Presenter: Joan Halbert, CHC

Member fee: $25 (P202) Non-Member fee: $35 (P203)

In this presentation you will learn practical tools to help you make health your hobby. The discussion will include how to read food labels, inflammation, digestion, grazing versus gorging and how to manage your IRAH (Individual Retirement Account for Health). Prime Time Health book by Dr. Sears is recommended and available for purchase when registering.

On e Yea r in t o Tru m p ’s Pre s i d e ncy Tuesday, December 12 • Time: 9-11a Location: Auburn Center Presenter: Rich Elfers

Member fee: $25 (P208) Non-Member fee: $35 (P209)

This course explores Donald Trump's goals, decisions, and his effects from the inauguration to the present. Is his administration taking America on an entirely different course? Is it going in a positive direction? Take this course and draw your own conclusions, based on new perspectives and information.

For more information or to register, call (253) 833-9111, ext. 2535 4

Visit us online at greenriver.edu/primetime

greenriver.edu/cce••(253) (253)833-9111 833-9111ext. ext.2535 2535 greenriver.edu/cce


P r o f e ssi o n a l D e ve l opm e n t For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26

Bu si nes s

Data Analysis Certificate

Accounting Basics and QuickBooks for Small Business

3 Class Series

Data analysis is one of the most sought after skills in the workplace. Companies have vast amounts of data, but it’s rare when someone can analyze that data to see trends and make predictions. Learn to analyze data in a business setting; how many of your business decisions involve comparing groups for differences; the statistics behind these group differences and relationships; how to perform inquiries; and how to communicate these results through graphs and text. Certificate includes three month-long courses. Fee $495

Build a solid foundation by learning the fundamentals of accounting. Then, learn how to get fast and accurate information by entering your company's financial information into QuickBooks. Series includes Accounting Basics and QuickBooks for Small Business Levels 1 and 2 at a discounted rate. Prerequisite: Microsoft Windows proficiency (for QuickBooks). Text included. See website for course dates and times. Fee $669

Y402

T. Sauvageau

KC-321

M, W

6-9p

M. Bagocious Peterson

KC-255

Tu, Th

6-9p

Class begins 10/16/17 and ends 11/1/17

Class begins 11/14/17 and ends 12/5/17 (no class 11/23)

Y493 Accounting Basics: An Introduction for Non-Accounting Majors Navigate your way around the accounting world by learning the basic steps associated with the accounting cycle. Topics include the accounting cycle; journal entries and T-accounts; trial balances; the four financial statements; adjusting entries; closing entries; financial statement analysis; and computerized systems. Petty cash, internal controls and bank reconciliations will also be discussed. No prior accounting experience necessary. Text included. Fee $349

Y401

T. Sauvageau

KC-321

Class begins 10/16/17 and ends 11/1/17

M, W

6-9p

Visit greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course details.

Non-Profit Administration Certificate In today’s market non-profits must operate like businesses. Effective revenue generation and program evaluation are essential. Discover how to build new revenue streams, expand existing services and effectively set prices. Improve evaluation planning and data collection, analysis, and use. Learn the challenges of conducting evaluations and reporting results to funders. By course end, you'll have a program logic model and evaluation plan ready for implementation. Certificate includes two month-long courses. Fee $595 Y496

ONLINE

Visit greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course details.

Business Research Certificate Learn how to effectively research and utilize data for decisionmaking in your workplace. Topics include selecting the best research process; conducting successful research; analyzing research results; communicating research results; applying and interpreting numbers through business statistics; making numbers meaningful to you in your day-to-day planning; and utilizing qualitative methods (information in words) to make the best possible business decisions. Certificate includes three month-long courses. Fee $495

Y491

ONLINE

Bookkeeping Basics Keeping track of the day-to-day financial transactions of your business is a necessity! In this online course, you'll learn how to track every dollar that enters and exits your business. Topics include evaluating the financial transactions and events of a business; recording the transactions in the appropriate accounts; balancing the general ledger at month's end; and completing the accounting equation. Visit greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course details. Fee $195

Y403

Class begins 10/2/17 and ends 10/27/17

ONLINE

ONLINE

Visit greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course details

Need QuickBooks Training? See QuickBooks for Small Business classes on page 12.

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Pro fe ssional Devel o p m ent For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26 Forklift-Truck Operator Certification (Saturday Class)

Understanding Financial Statements Balance sheets. Income statements. Financial ratios. These are just a few of the tools necessary to fully understand the financial condition of a business. In this course, you'll familiarize yourself with financial statements, understand how they interrelate, and learn how “the numbers” tell a story about the business. Topics include the basics of financial statements, understanding and using ratios, performing an expense analysis and other financial accounting concepts. Text included. Fee $149

Y404

J. Clapp

KC-324

Class begins 11/7/17 and ends 11/9/17

Tu, Th

5:30-9p

Care er a n d Tra de Skil l s Training consists of classroom instruction and state certification in flagging, traffic control and safety. Upon successful completion participants receive an ID card with certification valid for three years. Fee includes textbook. Students must be at least 18 years of age. Bring lunch. Special arrangements can also be made for group training at your business location. Fee $65

Y210

J. Gale

KC-222

F

8a-4:30p

Y212

J. Gale

ZWC-104

Sa

8a-4:30p

Y214

J. Gale

ENM-13

W

8a-4:30p

Y216

J. Gale

ZWC-104

Sa

8a-4:30p

Y218

J. Gale

KC-222

F

8a-4:30p

Class begins 10/14/17 and ends 10/14/17 Class begins 10/25/17 and ends 10/25/17 Class begins 11/18/17 and ends 11/18/17 Class begins 12/8/17 and ends 12/8/17

E. Levin

TT-412

Sa

8a-5p

Y223

E. Levin

TT-412

Sa

8a-5p

Y225

E. Levin

TT-412

Sa

8a-5p

Class begins 9/16/17 and ends 9/16/17

Class begins 11/18/17 and ends 11/18/17

Co m m u n i ca t i o n Business Writing Certificate Discover the keys to successful business writing. Whether you are writing a report, proposal, letter or publicity notice, business writing has defined characteristics for success. Topics include tools and techniques for improving editing and proofreading skills; common writing mistakes and grammatical pitfalls; how to write attention-grabbing news stories, press releases and publicity notices; and techniques for composing business reports and proposals. Certificate includes three month-long courses. Fee $495

Y492 ONLINE

Forklift Operator Certification (Weekday Class) This one-day course with Bottom Line Training Services (BLTS) includes a classroom session, written test, operational training time and one drive test on one of the following four types of forklifts: sit-down counter balance, stock picker, rider electric pallet jack, and walkie-stacker electric pallet jack. Additional drive tests to certify on more than one type of forklift are an additional $99 per type. BLTS recertification available for $99. Class is held at NW Handling. Call CE for more information. Fee $189

Visit greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course details.

Y220

Staff

NW Handling

W

7a-3:30p

Y222

Staff

NW Handling

W

7a-3:30p

1. Look for ONLINE classes with a mouse icon.

Y224

Staff

NW Handling

W

7a-3:30p

2. See our ads on pages 16-17.

Y226

Staff

NW Handling

W

7a-3:30p

3. Visit: greenriver.edu/cceOnline.

Class begins 9/20/17 and ends 9/20/17

Class begins 10/25/17 and ends 10/25/17 Class begins 11/29/17 and ends 11/29/17 Class begins 12/20/17 and ends 12/20/17

6

Y221

Class begins 10/14/17 and ends 10/14/17

Flagger Training

Class begins 9/22/17 and ends 9/22/17

This course is designed to train operators for certification in sit-down, counter-balanced forklift trucks--light, medium and heavy duty. You will complete written and hands-on testing to meet OSHA, WISHA and L&I requirements. Class meets Department of Labor certification standards. Additional classes will be held on demand or at business locations. Forklift recertification (IVES) available for $99. Call CE at (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535 for more information. Fee $189

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535


P r o f e ssi o n a l D e ve l opm e n t For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26 HIV/AIDS Certification

Custom er Serv ice Customer Service Boot Camp Providing excellent customer service is necessary for success in today’s customer centric environment. If you serve in a customer-facing role, your words and actions help establish your company’s image. Take your career and your company to the next level by participating in a simulated contact center environment where you will strengthen your customer service skills. Topics include: • Identifying and resolving customer issues • Providing customer support • Improving verbal customer communication and listening skills • Understanding call center teamwork and human relations • Improving call center technology and proficiency This is a hybrid course, requiring in-person attendance and online participation. Digital textbook will be provided on the first day of class. Visit greenriver.edu/cce/Certificates for course details. Fee $619 Y405 N. Zorzi KC-254 Class begins 9/25/17 and ends 12/11/17

M

5-6:20p

Y206 Class begins 9/25/17 and ends 9/25/17

The use of this seal confirms that these activities meet HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®) criteria for recertification credit pre-approval. Conducting HR Investigations Conducting effective internal investigations is a key skill for HR professionals. A well-executed investigation not only maintains employee trust but also provides a solid defense if the issue proceeds to an agency or court. Topics include structuring an investigation; using an outside investigator; conducting interviews; understanding the agency complaint process; and giving a deposition. You’ll also conduct a mock investigation and decide on an appropriate action for complaint resolution. See website for prerequisite. Fee $139

This one-day class provides an overview of the Adult Family Home (AFH) program and expectations of the AFH licensee in providing care and services to the residents. Class is one of the requirements (WA Administrative Code [WAC] 388-76-10060) applicants need to meet prior to submitting application for licensure. Students will receive a certificate after completing the class; certificate valid for one calendar year from the date of attendance. Fee $39

Staff

Aub Ctr- 160

Class begins 10/3/17 and ends 10/3/17

Tu

9a-4p

Y254

Staff

Aub Ctr- 160

Tu

9a-4p

Y256

Staff

Aub Ctr- 160

Tu

9a-4p

Class begins 12/12/17 and ends 12/12/17

KC-324

F

9a-4p

Creating Job Descriptions and Employee Handbooks Employee job descriptions and handbooks are key pieces of HR documentation, especially when legal issues arise. Learn what to include in job descriptions; the difference between essential versus non-essential job tasks; how to determine physical requirements; best practices for employee handbooks; suggested phrasing to meet legal requirements; and the importance of keeping your handbook relevant. Bring a copy of your company’s handbook and a sample job description. Prerequisite: HR Generalist Certificate or HR experience. Fee $139

Y406

Class begins 11/7/17 and ends 11/7/17

C. Malone

Class begins 11/17/17 and ends 11/17/17

Adult Family Home Administrator Orientation

ONLINE

H u m a n R e s o u r ce s

Y482

Healthca re

Y252

This online program meets the 7-hour HIV/AIDS education requirement of the Washington State Department of Health. A reference notebook is available for you to check out at time of registration. This is an online-only course. Please call the Continuing Education Office at (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535 prior to registering for important course information and system requirements. Fee $59

C. Malone

KC-321

Class begins 12/1/17 and ends 12/1/17

F

9a-4p

Adult Family Home Administrator Training This mandatory 54-hour training course is required for those wishing to become licensed as a Washington State Adult Family Home owner. Additional training requirements include successfully completing the one-day DSHS Adult Family Home Orientation and the ability to pass an English and reading assessment. All training material provided. Fee $649

Y257

E. Galasso

SH-155

Class begins 9/9/17 and ends 10/28/17

Sa

8:30a-4p

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8 CLASS SERIES

Y410

HR Generalist Certificate As an HR Generalist you are expected to be an expert in every human resource function, including hiring, compensation, payroll, performance management, employment laws and more. Green River’s HR Generalist Certificate prepares you to effectively serve in the HR Generalist role and equips you with the knowledge and tools needed in today’s workplace.

Earn the certificate by taking the courses individually or register for the series and save. For course details, including recommended textbook, please visit greenriver.edu/cceCertificates. Fee $599 Certificate includes the following courses: Introduction to HR page 8 Federal and State Employment Laws page 8 Recruitment and Selection page 8 Compensation and Benefits page 8 Employee and Labor Relations page 8 Training and Development page 8 Health, Safety and Security page 8 HR Administration page 8 Y407 Malone/Davis KC-321 Tu, Th Class begins 10/19/17 and ends 12/5/17 (no class 10/31 and 11/23)

6–9p

In this introductory course discover how HR functions within an organization, and learn about the specific role of the HR Generalist. Identify the typical duties HR Generalists are responsible for and how they can have a positive influence on an organization. You will also evaluate common scenarios HR professionals deal with and define the characteristics of successful HR Generalists. Fee $69

C. Malone

KC-321

Class begins 10/19/17 and ends 10/19/17

Th

6-9p

Legal compliance is a critical task for Human Resources. Learn the basics of the federal and state employment laws that HR Generalists most often deal with, including Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FLSA, FMLA, OSHA and more. You will also identify the steps HR Generalists can take to keep themselves and their organizations out of trouble. Other topics include identifying and preventing sexual harassment and the difference between compliance and risk management approaches to employment laws. Fee $139

C. Malone

KC-321

Class begins 10/24/17 and ends 10/26/17

Tu, Th

6-9p

Recruitment and Selection Recruiting and selecting the best employees for your organization is one of the most important things you will do as an HR Generalist. Topics for this course include creating a job description; strategies for finding candidates; interviewing and selection techniques for determining the best candidate for the job; and keeping the hiring process fair and legal. Fee $139

6-9p

Compensation and Benefits Compensation and benefit programs are key factors in attracting and retaining the right talent for your organization. They are also one of the highest costs of doing business and offer an opportunity for HR to make a valuable contribution to the organization's bottom line. Learn about the different types of compensation systems, compliance with the FLSA and other employment laws, how to determine exempt verses non-exempt status and various benefits as part of a total compensation package. Fee $139

Y411

C. Malone

KC-321

Class begins 11/9/17 and ends 11/14/17

Tu, Th

6-9p

Employee and Labor Relations Employee and labor relations is a broad topic that includes performance management, disciplinary action, employee rights and dealing with various employee issues and complaints. If an organization is unionized, it also includes labor contract negotiation and administration and resolving grievances. In this course discover strategies for driving high performance while maintaining a respectful working environment. You will also learn how to manage the termination process to reduce the likelihood of a legal claim. Fee $139

Y412

C. Malone

KC-321

Class begins 11/16/17 and ends 11/21/17

Tu, Th

6-9p

Training and developing staff is an important function in the HR Generalist's role. In this course you will identify how and why adults learn and discover tips for keeping employees engaged and interested in the learning process. Other topics include performing a needs assessment, selecting the appropriate intervention to meet the identified need and talent development strategies including succession planning. Fee $69

Y413

K. Walker

KC-321

Class begins 11/28/17 and ends 11/28/17

Tu

6-9p

OSHA and other laws require an employer to provide a safe and healthy working environment for their employees. In this course you will review both general and specific requirements and best practices for ensuring a safe and healthy workplace. You will also learn about the roles of OSHA and WISHA, how to manage L&I claims and gain tips on preparing for and dealing with violence in the workplace. Fee $69

Y414

C. Malone

KC-321

Class begins 11/30/17 and ends 11/30/17

Th

6-9p

HR Administration The evolution of technology has changed the way that HR manages many of its functions, including payroll. In this course you will learn the basics of the payroll process, how using HR technology can save time and money for your organization and the growing demand and importance of HR metrics. You will also discover state and federal recordkeeping requirements, what to keep in a personnel file and important HR technology terminology. Fee $69

Y415

C. Malone

KC-321

Class begins 12/5/17 and ends 12/5/17

8

Tu, Th

Health, Safety and Security

Federal and State Employment Laws

Y409

KC-321

Training and Development

Introduction to HR

Y408

K. Walker

Class begins 11/2/17 and ends 11/7/17

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535

Tu

6-9p


P r o f e ssi o n a l D e ve l opm e n t For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26 Working with Difficult People

Leadership & Super visio n HR Essentials for Managers and Supervisors This course is designed to provide an overview of the basic HR laws and practices managers and supervisors need to know to be successful. Topics include employment laws, legally hiring and firing and navigating the Family Medical Leave Act and other leave laws. Not knowing these essentials as a manager can result in costly legal problems for your employer and for yourself. This class will give you the basic foundation to manage the supervisory HR functions successfully. Fee $139

Y416

C. Malone

KC-321

Class begins 11/3/17 and ends 11/3/17

6 CLASS SERIES

F

9a-4p

We all encounter difficult people. Whether you are a supervisor, a customer service professional, or you have a challenging coworker, it’s important to know how to rise above your initial emotional reaction and turn negative situations into positive outcomes. Topics include understanding why we label people as difficult; types of difficult people; tools and techniques for resolving issues; coping strategies for the effects of difficult people; conflict management strategies; and practical application. Fee $139

Y418

S. Johnson

KC-324

Th

Y484

S. Johnson

KC-282

M, W

Class begins 10/12/17 and ends 10/12/17 Class begins 10/23/17 and ends 10/25/17

Supervising others can be a challenging, yet rewarding, experience. Whether you are a new supervisor, or you want to brush up on your supervisory skills, Green River’s Supervision Certificate will give you the tools you need to oversee the productivity and progress of your employees and enable them to efficiently and effectively meet their goals. Program includes lecture, discussion and a variety of group activities. Topics include: • Turning negative situations into positive outcomes • Identifying leadership traits through personal assessment • Leading effective meetings • Providing feedback • Establishing priorities • Problem-solving techniques The certificate may be earned by taking the courses individually or register for the series and save. Fee $599 page 9 page 9 page 9 page 9 page 10 page 10

Y417

S. Johnson

KC-324

Th

9-4p

Y483

S. Johnson

KC-282

M, W

6-9p

Class begins 10/12/17 and ends 11/16/17

6-9p

Developing Your Leadership Style

Supervision Certificate

Certificate includes the following courses: Working with Difficult People Developing Your Leadership Style Getting the Most From Your Meetings Motivating for Success Working Smarter Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Strategies

9a-4p

Class begins 10/23/17 and ends 12/6/17 (no class 11/20 and 11/22)

Learn how to capitalize on your personal leadership style to achieve workplace goals. In this course you will identify your leadership through personal assessment; learn the difference between leadership and management; recognize the “being” and “doing” of leadership; and develop the innate motivating techniques that transform employee attitudes and enhance cooperation and teamwork. Other topics include understanding the leadership management balance and SMART goal development. Fee $139

Y419

S. Johnson

KC-324

Th

Y485

S. Johnson

KC-282

M, W

Class begins 10/19/17 and ends 10/19/17 Class begins 10/30/17 and ends 11/1/17

9a-4p 6-9p

Getting the Most From Your Meetings Discover why some meetings fail and learn proven techniques for making meetings more productive. Gain tips related to the four essentials of productive meetings: planning, participating, presenting and producing. Other topics include meeting formats and when to vary them, responding to conflict in a meeting and meeting follow-through. A key component of this course is utilizing effective communication strategies before, during and after your meetings. Fee $139

Y420

S. Johnson

KC-324

Th

Y486

S. Johnson

KC-282

M, W

Class begins 10/26/17 and ends 10/26/17 Class begins 11/6/17 and ends 11/8/17

9a-4p 6-9p

Motivating for Success Want more creative, motivated employees who are eager to work hard and satisfy both internal and external customers? Good leaders empower their employees to feel confident, valued and motivated. In this course discover what motivates people, how to resuscitate motivation and how personality affects motivation. You will also learn how to give clear and motivating directions, set realistic and achievable standards and provide effective feedback, praising good results and correcting unsatisfactory performance. Fee $139

Y421

S. Johnson

KC-324

Th

Y487

S. Johnson

KC-282

M, W

Class begins 11/2/17 and ends 11/2/17

Class begins 11/13/17 and ends 11/15/17

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535

9a-4p 6-9p

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Profe ssional Devel o p m ent For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26 Working Smarter Time is a valuable resource that can be costly to a company when wasted. In this course you will develop communication strategies to minimize time loss, evaluate personal and organizational time-wasters, learn to establish meaningful priorities and determine ways to deal with disruptions and unanticipated drains on time. Additional topics include schedule planning, prioritizing, delegation and large project completion. Fee $139

Y422

S. Johnson

KC-324

Th

Y488

S. Johnson

KC-282

M, W

Class begins 11/9/17 and ends 11/9/17

Class begins 11/27/17 and ends 11/29/17

6-9p

Creative problem-solving and effective decision-making skills are essential in today’s workplace. Through the use of real-life case studies, discover four primary problem-solving tools, learn a format for group problem-solving, methods for effective decision-making and techniques to minimize conflict and dissension. This course concludes with an interactive problem-solving group exercise. Concepts taught in this course can be applied to all facets of life. Fee $139

S. Johnson

KC-324

Th

Y489

S. Johnson

KC-282

M, W

Class begins 11/16/17 and ends 11/16/17

9a-4p 6-9p

Class begins 12/4/17 and ends 12/6/17

Project success doesn't just happen - it requires careful planning and effective management skills. This course provides a broad overview of project management and equips you with the project management tools and techniques that you can use to get your projects done on time and on budget. Topics include the project management profession; project initiation; project planning; and project execution, monitoring and control. See website for required textbooks. PDUs: 15. Fee $339

D. Yeomans

KC-324

applied immediately to the workplace.

The Certificate consists of six required courses, which can be completed in as little as two quarters. Part 1 provides a broad overview of project management and delves deeper into the five project management processes. (Part 2 scheduled for Winter 2018.) Take the courses individually, or register for the Part 1 Series and save. Visit greenriver.edu/cceCertificates for course details, including required textbooks. PDUs: 45. Fee $869

Part 1 includes the following courses: Project Management Essentials Project Planning and Scheduling Techniques Project Execution and Control Y425

D. Yeomans

M, W

Y424

D. Yeomans

KC-324

M, W

Class begins 11/6/17 and ends 11/27/17 (no class 11/20 and 11/22)

6-9p

6-9p

Explore tools and processes to monitor and control a project to meet project requirements of time, cost and quality. Course includes hands-on exercises to develop your skills in executing the work on a project according to the Project Management Plan, including managing people and resources from project initiation to project closure. Prerequisite: Project Planning and Scheduling Techniques. See website for required textbooks. PDUs: 15. Fee $339

D. Yeomans

KC-324

Class begins 11/29/17 and ends 12/13/17

10

M, W

6-9p

M, W

W

6-7p

Green River College has been reviewed and approved as a provider of project management training by the Project Management Institute (PMI®). The PMI® Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Project Execution and Control

Y428

KC-324

Class begins 10/11/17 and ends 10/11/17

Bringing your project in on time and on budget begins with effective planning and scheduling. Explore project management tools and strategies to define a new project or a new phase of an existing project, explain initial scope and budget, create the Project Charter, identify Stakeholders and develop a Project Management Plan. Course includes hands-on project work. Prerequisite: Project Management Essentials. See website for required textbooks. PDUs: 15. Fee $339

D. Yeomans

KC-324

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Learn about the project management industry, the profession and our newly revised Certificate Program. Registration required. Free.

Project Planning and Scheduling Techniques

Y427

Acquire the skills to manage projects in a variety of industries. Our newly revised Project Management Certificate is designed for working professionals who are either starting out or moving up as project managers. Courses equip participants with skills that can be

Project Management Information Session

Project Management Essentials

Class begins 10/18/17 and ends 11/1/17

Project Management Certificate Part 1

Class begins 10/18/17 and ends 12/13/17 (No Class 11/20 and 11/22)

Project M a na gem en t

Y426

CLASS SERIES

9a-4p

Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Strategies

Y423

3

6-9p

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535


P r o f e ssi o n a l D e ve l opm e n t For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26 Business Marketing

Real Esta te 3 Class Series

Real Estate Licensing Requirements

The Washington State Department of Licensing requires 90 clock hours: Fundamentals 1, Fundamentals 2, and Sales Practices. All three classes must be taken in consecutive order. Textbooks and practice exams included. Register for item #8551. Call CE at (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535 for more information. Fee $529 Online Package Includes:

R EST 101 R EST 102 R EST 140

Real Estate Fundamentals 1 Real Estate Fundamentals 2 Real Estate Sales Practices

(3) (3) (3)

Online Courses Call Continuing Education at ext. 2535 for more information. Fee $179 each course

Learn the basics of making strategic marketing decisions and building an integrated marketing plan. Utilizing a practical and repeatable process, you will learn about important concepts such as pricing, distribution, messaging, message delivery and how to base all of those decisions on your customer profile, product advantages and competition. Fee $59

Y431

J. Mauck

KC-324

Class begins 10/10/17 and ends 10/10/17

Tu

6-9p

Business Financial Management Effective financial management is your key to small business success. Learn to read basic financial statements and concentrate on your key financial priorities. Understand how to use the cash-flow cycle to your business’s advantage and utilize important benchmarks for maximizing your daily results. This class is crucial to your small business education. Fee $59

Real Estate Law (3) Y432 J. Mauck KC-324 Tu 6-9p 8559 ONLINE Class begins 10/17/17 and ends 10/17/17 Real Estate Appraisal (3) 8563 ONLINE Developing a Business Plan Financing Residential Real Estate (3) This hands-on session is designed to help you create a working business plan 8571 ONLINE for starting or managing your business. Through engaging writing exercises Real Estate Property Management (2) and group brainstorming, you will take your business ideas further than you 8575 thought possible. While traditional business plan formats will be discussed, the focus of this class is to help you develop and sharpen your own business ideas to give you the greatest chance of success. Fee $59

Smal l B usin ess Devel o p men t

Introduction to the Small Business Center Tuesday, Sept 26 Wednesday, Nov 15 Wednesday, Dec 6 Tuesday, Dec 12

Enumclaw Campus Auburn Center Covington City Hall Kent Campus

Y433

Register at greenriver.edu/businesscenter Small Business classes are partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration

Start a Successful Business

Learn the essential components for starting a profitable small business by taking the Start a Successful Business (4 Class Series). Series includes Business Start-Up & Management, Business Marketing, Business Financial Management and Developing a Business Plan at a discounted price. Fee $169

Y429

J. Mauck

KC-324

Class begins 10/3/17 and ends 10/24/17

Tu

6-9p

Business Start-Up and Management This class will help you plan the start-up of a new business. Learn strategic and tactical keys to success such as assessing your resources, identifying your business personality, developing your concept, protecting your assets through proper business structure and understanding the necessary licenses and taxes. The entire process is built into a start-up map that you can follow step-by-step. Fee $59

Y430

J. Mauck

KC-324

Class begins 10/3/17 and ends 10/3/17

Tu

KC-324

Tu

6-9p

S o ci a l M e d i a a n d M a r k e t i n g 3:30-5p 5-6:30p 3:30-5p 3:30-5p

No cost to attend. Advanced registration required.

4 CLASS SERIES

J. Mauck

Class begins 10/24/17 and ends 10/24/17

6-9p

Digital Marketing Certificate Utilizing effective eMarketing techniques is essential for today’s businesses. Learn how to improve email promotions and analyze email response rates; boost and analyze your website traffic; use search engine optimization to improve visibility; and successfully employ online advertising. Program is relevant for any type of organization, including businesses, non-profits and government agencies. Certificate includes three month-long courses. Fee $495 Y494

ONLINE

Visit greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course details.

Social Media for Business Certificate Discover how businesses are using social networks like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, blogging and more to communicate, market, retain and serve customers and clients. Explore the top sites and determine possible uses for your organization. Develop a two-way communication and marketing strategy that utilizes social networks, and obtain how-to techniques for integrating social networks into your organization. Certificate includes three month-long courses. Fee $495

Y497

ONLINE

Visit greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course details

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535

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Comp uteR B a sics

M i cr o s o ft

About Our Com pu ter an d Tec h n o l o gy P r o g r a m s

5 CLASS SERIES

P R ERE QU ISITES Most computer classes list “prerequisites,” which are the basic skills and knowledge students must have prior to taking the class. Instructors will not use class time to cover prerequisite material. If you have questions about prerequisites, please contact Continuing Education at (253) 8569595 ext. 5000.

T E XTB OOKS Many of our computer classes utilize textbooks. Textbooks will be distributed in class, unless otherwise noted. (Note: Some computer courses do not use textbooks.)

U S B F LASH D R I VE We highly recommend bringing a USB flash drive (minimum 2GB) to computer classes, so you can save your files for review outside of class. (Note: Not all classes have downloadable files.)

Microsoft Word 2016 Level 1 Microsoft Outlook 2016 Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Microsoft Excel 2016 Level 1 Microsoft Access 2016 Level 1

Learn the necessary skills to operate a personal computer. Topics include computer hardware (keyboard, mouse, monitor and memory); software; the Windows Operating System; desktop settings; searching; file management and folders; creating backups; using a web browser for online searches; the Cloud; and saving attachments. You will also explore free online apps and web-based email and gain hands-on experience in a relaxed setting. Applespecific skills, terms and hardware are not covered. Text included. Fee $269

G. Larson

KC-255

Class begins 10/3/17 and ends 10/12/17

Tu, Th

5:30-9p

Take command of the Windows 10 interface by understanding its features and capabilities. Topics include navigating and customizing the Windows 10 environment; using Windows apps and desktop applications; working with files and folders; browsing the internet with Microsoft Edge; installing devices; and security features. Some elements requiring a Microsoft account may be demonstrated but not practiced. Prerequisite: experience using a keyboard and mouse and accessing the internet with a web browser. Text included. Fee $139

G. Larson

KC-255

Class begins 10/13/17 and ends 10/13/17

Y436

F

8a-4p

Staff

KC-255

F

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Class begins 10/20/17 and ends 12/1/17 (no class 11/10 and 11/24)

3 CLASS SERIES

8a-4p

Microsoft Access 2016

Discover the power of Access 2016 by taking the Access Series. Series includes Levels 1, 2 and 3 at a discounted price. Prerequisite: basic computer skills including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $369

Y479

Microsoft Windows 10

Y435

Discover the value of Microsoft Office 2016 in this five-session program. You will gain hands-on experience with Microsoft Office’s most popular applications, including Word for word processing, Outlook for email, PowerPoint for presentations, Excel for spreadsheets, and Access for databases. Upon completion of this certificate you will be ready for our Level 2 MS Office courses. Earn the Certificate by taking the courses individually or register for the series and save. Prerequisite: basic computer skills including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $499

Certificate includes the following courses:

Computer Fundamentals

Y434

Microsoft Office 2016 Essentials Certificate

B. Ford

KC-255

Class begins 12/1/17 and ends 12/15/17

F

8a-4p

Microsoft Access 2016 Level 1 Access is a versatile tool that helps you collect and manage large amounts of data. In this course, you will create a simple database and customize configuration options; organize and manage data stored within Access tables; use queries to join, sort and filter data from different tables; use forms to make it easier to view, access and input data; and create and format custom reports. Prerequisite: basic computer skills including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $149

Y437

B. Ford

KC-255

Class begins 12/1/17 and ends 12/1/17

F

8a-4p

Microsoft Access 2016 Level 2 Expanding your knowledge of relational database design will result in a robust, functional database for your end users. Topics include joining tables to retrieve data from unrelated tables; validating data entered into a database; writing advanced queries to manipulate your data; structuring existing data; organizing the database for efficiency and performance; maintaining data integrity; and customizing reports. Prerequisite: Access Level 1. Text included. Fee $149

Y480

B. Ford

KC-255

Class begins 12/8/17 and ends 12/8/17

12

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535

F

8a-4p


Co m put e r s For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26 Microsoft Access 2016 Level 3

Microsoft Excel 2016 Level 3

Take your skills to the next level by utilizing the advanced features of Access 2016. Topics include customizing a form layout to improve usability and efficiency of data entry; sharing data across applications; using macros to improve user interface design; using VBA to enhance tasks; organizing data into appropriate tables; locking down and preparing tables for distribution to multiple users; and creating and modifying a database switchboard. Prerequisite: Access Level 2. Text included. Fee $149

Unleash the power of data, and gain advanced tools for solving real-world problems. Topics include using functions to make decisions and return information from arrays and tables; auditing and error-trapping; using array formulas and functions; date, time and text functions; importing and exporting data; performing what-if-analysis by using a watch window, scenarios and the Goal Seek utility; automating repetitive tasks with macros; and creating a simple form. Prerequisite: Microsoft Excel Level 2. Text included. Fee $149

Y481

Y444

G. Larson

KC-255

Tu, Th

Y445

G. Larson

KC-274

F

B. Ford

KC-255

Class begins 12/15/17 and ends 12/15/17

3 CLASS SERIES

F

8a-4p

Microsoft Excel 2016

Class begins 11/7/17 and ends 11/9/17 Class begins 12/8/17 and ends 12/8/17

Capture the power of Excel 2016 by taking the Excel Series. Series includes Levels 1, 2 and 3 at a discounted price. Prerequisite: basic computer skills including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $369

2 CLASS SERIES

5:30-9p 8a-4p

Microsoft Outlook 2016

Y438

G. Larson

KC-255

Tu, Th 5:30-9p Class begins 10/17/17 and ends 11/9/17 (no class 10/31 or 11/2)

Get the most out of Outlook 2016 by taking the Outlook Series. Series includes Levels 1 and 2 at a discounted price. Prerequisite: basic computer skills including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $229

Y439

G. Larson

KC-255

Y446

F

Class begins 11/17/17 and ends 12/8/17 (no class 11/24)

8a-4p

First session meets in Room 255. Remaining sessions meet in Room 274.

G. Larson

KC-255

Class meets 10/27/17 and 11/8/17

F,W

8a-4p

Microsoft Outlook 2016 Level 1

Microsoft Excel 2016 Level 1 Gain the foundational understanding of Microsoft Excel 2016 that's necessary to create and work with spreadsheets. Topics include opening Excel; saving workbooks; creating, saving and sharing worksheets; entering, moving, copying and manipulating data; using formulas and functions; formatting text and numbers; applying formatting to cells; creating charts; data entry shortcuts; and printing and previewing workbooks. Prerequisite: basic computer skills including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $149

Outlook is a mail management system that many corporations (and individuals) utilize to accomplish basic workplace (and personal) tasks. Topics include viewing Outlook items; creating, reading and sending email messages; adding signatures; managing contacts and using contact groups; creating, managing and assigning tasks; scheduling appointments and meetings; using the calendar; and customizing the Outlook environment. Prerequisite: basic computer skills including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $139

Y440

Y447

G. Larson

KC-255

Class begins 10/17/17 and ends 10/19/17

Y441

G. Larson

KC-255

Class begins 11/17/17 and ends 11/17/17

Tu, Th

5:30-9p

F

8a-4p

Microsoft Excel 2016 Level 2 Build upon your foundational knowledge of Microsoft Excel and learn more advanced tools for analysis and presentation of complex data. Topics include managing workbooks; customizing Excel; sorting and filtering tables; building more complex functions; summarizing and rearranging data with PivotTables; presenting data with PivotCharts; conditional formatting; inserting and manipulating graphics; using Quick Access features; and collaborating with other users. Prerequisite: Microsoft Excel Level 1. Text included. Fee $149

Y442

G. Larson

KC-255

Tu, Th

Y443

G. Larson

KC-274

F

Class begins 10/24/17 and ends 10/26/17 Class begins 12/1/17 and ends 12/1/17

G. Larson

KC-255

Class begins 10/27/17 and ends 10/27/17

5:30-9p 8a-4p

F

8a-4p

Microsoft Outlook 2016 Level 2 Use Outlook's advanced features to customize and manage your email communication. Learn how to organize Outlook items with folders and categories; practice searching and filtering; manage junk mail; set rules to automate many tasks; change the appearance of messages; use notes and journals; conduct mail merges; and collaborate with others. Prerequisite: Outlook Level 1. Text provided. Fee $139

Y448

G. Larson

KC-255

Class begins 11/8/17 and ends 11/8/17

W

8a-4p

Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Capture your audience's attention by using the vast array of features in PowerPoint. Gain the ability to organize your content, enhance it with high impact visuals and deliver it with a punch. Topics include creating presentations; creating and modifying slides; working with slide masters and layouts; formatting slides and text; using shapes and images; adding charts and tables; and customizing and printing your presentation. Prerequisite: basic computer skills including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $139

Y449

G. Larson

KC-255

Class begins 11/3/17 and ends 11/3/17

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535

F

8a-4p

13


C o mp ute rs For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26

3 CLASS SERIES

Microsoft Word 2016 Level 1

Microsoft SharePoint

Improve workplace collaboration through the SharePoint Series. Series includes Microsoft SharePoint Site User, Site Owner and Site Automation at a discounted price. Courses utilize Office 365 but apply to SharePoint 2013 and 2016. Prerequisite: Windows proficiency and MS Office experience. See website for recommended textbook. Fee $499

Y450

J. Heighton

Aub Ctr- 250

Tu, Th

5:30-9p

Class begins 10/24/17 and ends 11/16/17 (no class 10/31 and 11/2)

Collaborate with colleagues more effectively and enhance work group productivity in a web-based environment. In this course, you will learn about and use a SharePoint Team Site; work with documents, content, libraries, lists and filters; configure your profile; integrate with Microsoft Office; and synchronize and access data from a mobile device. Course utilizes Office 365 but applies to SharePoint 2013 and 2016. Prerequisite: Windows proficiency and MS Office experience. See website for recommended textbook. Fee $199

J. Heighton

Aub Ctr- 250

Class begins 10/24/17 and ends 10/26/17

Tu, Th

Y455

W. Berkley

KC-255

Class begins 10/20/17 and ends 10/20/17

Microsoft SharePoint: Site User

Y451

Make professional-looking documents with Microsoft Word's rich features and powerful tools. Topics include creating and saving documents; cutting, pasting and formatting text; formatting paragraphs; using different document views; using Quick Styles and themes; creating bulleted and numbered lists; inserting and formatting pictures and tables; proofing; inserting headers and footers; printing; and creating templates. Prerequisite: basic computer skills, including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $139

5:30-9p

F

8a-4p

Microsoft Word 2016 Level 2

Now that you understand the basics, learn how to create more complex documents in Word 2016 while automating tasks and implementing timesaving features. Topics include shapes, WordArt and SmartArt; managing documents through custom themes, building blocks, section breaks and page backgrounds; character and paragraph styles; references and hyperlinks; navigation and organization; and saving, sharing and protecting documents. Prerequisite: Microsoft Word Level 1. Text included. Fee $139

Y456

W. Berkley

KC-274

Class begins 10/27/17 and ends 10/27/17

F

8a-4p

Microsoft Word 2016 Level 3

Microsoft SharePoint: Site Owner Learn how to create, configure and manage a SharePoint Team Site, so your office can collaborate more effectively. Topics include creating a new site; adding and configuring libraries and lists; configuring site settings, navigation and search; assigning permissions and access rights; and configuring content roll-up, summary links and a site map. Course utilizes Office 365 but applies to SharePoint 2013 and 2016. Prerequisite: SharePoint: Site User or working knowledge of SharePoint. See website for recommended textbook. Fee $199

Become a power user with Word 2016's advanced features. Topics include advanced formatting settings like custom styles, embedded objects and charts, building blocks and linked content; managing documents by configuring Word documents, creating or modifying templates and tracking and reviewing changes; using references within documents by creating bookmarks and indexing; creating mailings through mail merges; and recording macros and creating forms. Prerequisite: Microsoft Word Level 2. Text included. Fee $139

Y452

Class begins 11/3/17 and ends 11/3/17

J. Heighton

Aub Ctr- 250

Class begins 11/7/17 and ends 11/9/17

Tu, Th

5:30-9p

SharePoint workflows increase efficiency and productivity by managing the tasks and steps involved in business processes. Learn how to automate tasks and bring your site to life as you configure and manage a SharePoint Team Site. Topics include creating and modifying a site and adding web parts and dynamic web parts that update for you. Course utilizes Office 365 but applies to SharePoint 2013 and 2016. Prerequisite: SharePoint: Site Owner or working knowledge of SharePoint. See website for recommended textbook. Fee $199

J. Heighton

Aub Ctr- 250

Class begins 11/14/17 and ends 11/16/17

3 CLASS SERIES

Tu, Th

5:30-9p

W. Berkley

KC-255

Class begins 10/20/17 and ends 11/3/17

F

8a-4p

First session meets in Room 255. Remaining sessions meet in Room 274.

14

KC-274

F

8a-4p

2 CLASS SERIES

QuickBooks for Small Business

Learn the right solutions for your type of business through the QuickBooks for Small Business Series. Series includes Levels 1 and 2 at a discounted price. Prerequisite: Students should know basic business practices and have Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $379

Y458

M. Bagocius Peterson

KC-255

Tu, Th

Class begins 11/14/17 and ends 12/5/17 (no class 11/23)

6-9p

QuickBooks for Small Business Level 1

Microsoft Word 2016

Experience the powerful features of Word 2016 by taking the Word Series. Series includes Levels 1, 2 and 3 at a discounted price. Prerequisite: basic computer skills including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $349

Y454

W. Berkley

Q u i ck B o o k s

Microsoft SharePoint: Site Automation

Y453

Y457

Learn about the tasks necessary for mastering the essentials of QuickBooks. Topics include setting up a company and chart of accounts; differences between balance sheets and profit and loss statements; creating customer invoices, credit card transactions and sales tax; exploring vendor bill payment methods; QuickBooks banking, transaction types and reports; and discussion of Washington State case studies. Prerequisite: Students should know basic business practices and have Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $249

Y459

M. Bagocius Peterson

KC-255

Tu, Th

Class begins 11/14/17 and ends 11/28/17 (no class 11/23)

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535

6-9p


Co m put e r s For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26 QuickBooks for Small Business Level 2

In this course you will learn a range of advanced skills including how QuickBooks deals with inventory; how to work with balance sheets and accounts; how to run payroll; how to work with estimates and time tracking; and how to customize a variety of QuickBooks reports and forms. Prerequisite: QuickBooks For Small Business Level 1 or equivalent. Fee $169

Y460

M. Bagocius Peterson

KC-255

Class begins 11/30/17 and ends 12/5/17

Tu, Th

6-9p

CLASS SERIES

SQL Server Certificate

Certificate includes the following courses: Relational Database Concepts and Design SQL Server Programming Level 1 SQL Server Programming Level 2 J. Goel

KC-274

Tu, Th

Relational Database Concepts and Design

Managing data efficiently in business settings requires the use of relational database management systems. Learn the basic terminology of relational databases and the principles of database design, which can be applied to all database software. You will also discover how to attach and detach a database, create a database diagram and create simple SQL statements. See website for prerequisite and recommended textbook. Fee $239

KC-274

Tu, Th

6-9p

SQL Programming Level 1 Microsoft SQL Server is one of the leading industry tools in database management software. In this course you will review the fundamental elements of T-SQL, including DML, DDL, DCL and TCL; learn two and threevalued logic and how to work with NULLs; practice querying and modifying a database in SQL Server Management Studio; identify different forms of the JOIN clause; and use different constraints to enforce data integrity. See website for prerequisite and recommended textbook.Fee $349

Y463

J. Goel

KC-274

Class begins 11/7/17 and ends 11/21/17

Tu, Th

6-9p

Introduction to Coding

Y465

3 CLASS SERIES

6-9p

ONLINE

User Experience (UX) Design Certificate Part 1 User Experience (UX) Designers apply design principles to the development of web content, improve site usability, and create design documents using detailed procedures and guidelines.

6–9p

Please bring a USB flash drive (minimum 2GB) to class, so you can save your work.

Class begins 10/24/17 and ends 11/2/17 (no class 10/31)

Tu, Th

New technologies allow people outside of the computer science field to create their own web pages using code. In this online course, you will be introduced to the basics of computer programming and various programming languages. You’ll learn the basics of HTML, CSS, and Java Script and the practical uses for each. You will also learn how to make a simple web page as well as draw, color and make simple animations using code. Visit greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course details. Fee $195

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Class begins 10/24/17 and ends 12/7/17 (no class 10/31 and 11/23)

J. Goel

KC-274

We b & G r a p h i c P r o d u ct i o n

The certificate may be earned by taking the courses individually or register for the series and save. For course details, including prerequisites and recommended textbook, please visit greenriver.edu/cceCertificates. Fee $739

Y462

J. Goel

Class begins 11/28/17 and ends 12/7/17

Gain hands-on experience in the design, creation and programming of SQL server databases as they exist in business settings. After completing the certificate you will be able to create entity relationship models, design and create a working database model in SQL, normalize data and translate business requirements into actionable items.

Y461

Take your SQL skills to the next level by creating more complicated queries to extract the information you need. Topics include implementing complex queries, utilizing subqueries, derived tables, common table expressions and windowing functions; designing views and inline functions; building stored procedures, user-defined functions and triggers; implementing transactions, error handling and dynamic SQL; identifying locking and isolation levels; and creating indexes. See website for prerequisite and recommended textbook. Fee $299

Y464

SQL Server

3

SQL Programming Level 2

Green River’s User Experience (UX) Design Certificate consists of six required courses, which can be completed in as little as two quarters. In Part 1, you’ll implement user design principles when planning a website, conduct usability tests, learn how to read and write the languages of HTML5 and CSS3 and utilize various online and software tools to plan and build a website. (Part 2 scheduled for Winter 2018). The Certificate emphasizes “learning by doing,” and classes are built around hands-on exercises and projects. Take the courses individually, or register for the Part 1 Series and save. Visit greenriver.edu/cceCertificates for course details, including required textbooks. Fee $799

Part 1 includes the following courses: User Experience (UX) Design Fundamentals HTML5 and CSS3 Design Tools

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Y467 J. Minnis KC-255 M, W Class begins 11/1/17 and ends 12/13/17 (no class 11/22)

6-9p

User Experience (UX) Design Information Session Learn about the role of the User Experience (UX) Design professional, the skills needed to be successful and our new User Experience (UX) Design Certificate Program. Registration required. Free. Y466 J. Minnis KC-255 Class begins 10/23/17 and ends 10/23/17

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535

M

6-7p

15


C o mp ute rs – O nl ine For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26 User Experience (UX) Design Fundamentals Design websites that maximize the user's positive experience. In this project-based course, you will simulate the work of the design team in implementing user experience design principles when planning a website. You will create user personas and scenarios; site organization and task flows; storyboards, wireframes and prototypes; and conduct usability tests. This course provides a solid introduction to the principles and activities in the UX design field. See website for prerequisite and recommended textbook. Fee $329

Y468

J. Minnis

KC-255

Class begins 11/1/17 and ends 11/13/17

M, W

6-9p

HTML5 and CSS3

Learn how to read and write the languages of HTML and CSS. Topics include learning HTML tag sets for creating structure and layout, placing content, and controlling values and attributes within a webpage; using CSS to control the look, feel and design of pages; creating interactive navigation; utilizing the latest benefits of HTML5 from embedded video to semantic markup; and getting the most from CSS3 upgrades. Text included. Prerequisite: Use Windows to navigate, create and move files and folders.Fee $329

Y469

J. Minnis

KC-255

M, W

6-9p

Class begins 11/15/17 and ends 11/29/17 (no class 11/22)

Design Tools Web designers use various online and software tools to plan and build websites. In this introductory course, you will explore the planning tools, text editors, authoring software, online tools and content management systems web designers use; experience how each tool works through hands-on activities; analyze the pros and cons of each tool; and determine your preferred tool for specific projects. See website for prerequisite. Fee $329

Y470

J. Minnis

KC-255

Class begins 12/4/17 and ends 12/13/17

M, W

6-9p

We b S ecurity

ed2go Online Learning

For professional development or for fun! INSTRUCTOR-LED COURSES Courses are fun, convenient and highly interactive. They include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments and more. Courses may be completed from any location with internet access. Become a Veterinary Assistant

Mastering Public Speaking

Blogging and Podcasting for Beginners

Microsoft Excel – Pivot Tables

Do you love animals? This course, taught by a practicing veterinarian and college instructor, will give you the information you need to prepare for work in veterinary hospitals.

Learn how to create your very own blog and add a podcast too using the tools that you already have available on your computer.

Introduction to Interior Design

Threat Analysis: Ethical Hacking Certificate Ethical Hackers use the same knowledge and tools as malicious hackers but in a lawful and legitimate manner. They help organizations eliminate vulnerabilities and protect their customer and confidential data against security breaches. They also make valuable recommendations for fine-tuning security practices. In this hands-on program, you will learn how to conduct threat assessments by exploiting networks, servers and computers; secure networks across popular platforms and operating systems; work with various types of threats and intrusion detection systems; and establish auditing and monitoring systems for vulnerabilities and threats without affecting performance. This is a hybrid course, requiring in-person attendance and online participation. There are approximately 10 hours of homework. Seating is limited, so early registration is highly recommended. Visit greenriver.edu/cceCertificates for course details, required textbook and prerequisites. Fee $749

Y474

K. Mahadevan

TC-106

T

Class begins 9/26/17 and ends 12/5/17 (no class 10/31)

16

6-8:20p

Program Features: • Expert instruction • 24-hour access • Online discussions • 6-week format • Start monthly

Explore a career in interior design as you learn how to transform any room into a beautiful and functional space.

Introduction to Python 3 Programming

Whether you're interested in writing simple scripts, full programs, or graphical user interfaces, this course will give you the knowledge you need to use Python with skill and confidence.

Java Programming Series

Learn Java programming, one of the most widely used computer languages, in this discounted series of courses, which includes Introduction to Java and Intermediate Java.

Leadership Suite

Learn to lead a team through a series of four courses: Achieving Success with Difficult People, Leadership, Building Teams that Work and Skills for Making Great Decisions.

Learn the secrets of effective public speaking and small group communication. You'll learn how to plan and deliver your presentations skillfully and how to manage one of the most common public speaking barriers—fear. Master all the features of Excel pivot tables, including little-known options and settings, layouts, calculated fields, multi-level subtotals, Pivot Charts, Timelines, and Slicers.

Personal Finance

Learn how to create and use a budget, borrow and invest wisely, make intelligent decisions about insurance, and plan for your financial future. You’ll also develop a retirement savings plan, learn about record-keeping requirements, plan for taxes and much more.

Speed Spanish This course is designed for anyone who wants to learn Spanish pronto. Learn six easy recipes to glue Spanish words together into sentences, and engage in conversational Spanish in no time.

Write Fiction Like a Pro Professionals know how to structure stories for maximum dramatic effect. Learn how to develop the same story structuring skills the pros use. As you apply each technique, your story will take shape, with a clear path from beginning to end.

To view the entire catalog or to register, visit:

greenriver.edu/cce-ed2go

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535


O n l i n e – P e r so n a l E n r i chm e n t For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26

Career Training Programs

Jump start your career or find a new one! SELF-PACED COURSES Prepare for employment in some of today’s hottest careers with a comprehensive, affordable Career Training Program. Courses may be completed from any location with internet access. Android App Developer

Learn and master the necessary skillsets for professional Android application development by developing six trending applications during this course authorized by Google.

Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) The CISM accreditation is a highly respected certification within the IT industry. Obtaining your CISM certification qualifies you for a position in Risk Management, Security Auditor, Compliance Officer or an executive management position as a CSO, CTO or CIO.

Program Features: • Instructor assistance • 24-hour access • Materials and books included • 6-12 months to complete • Start anytime

Help Desk Analyst: Tier 1 Support Specialist

Train for a challenging, rewarding career in technical support. This program will teach you to focus on the business needs of the customer, establish credibility, and provide excellent customer service and support!

Home Inspection Certificate

Learn about standards of practice, defects recognition, inspection guidelines, reporting methodologies, and liability management as you prepare to become a home inspector.

Medical Office Manager

Get the foundation and training to be a Medical Office Manager. Course includes MS Word 2016, MS Excel The Certified Internal Auditor Exam 2016, Medical Terminology, Certified Review course is built around an adaptive learning platform that focuses Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA), Certified Electronic Health your study to your weaker areas and Records Specialist (CEHRS), and Certified reduces your overall study time. Physician Practice Manager (CPPM).

Certified Internal Auditor

CISCO Certified Network Professional (CCNP)

The CCNP certification is one of the highest-level credentials Cisco offers. The CCNP Certification Training Program contains 3 training courses, preparing you for the CCNP Routing & Switching certification.

Digital Arts Certificate

Develop technical skills and creative artistry in digital photography, imaging, and illustration. This program covers Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator and more.

Professional Translator This program teaches the skills to become a professional translator into both languages – English and Spanish. This program also prepares you to sit for the American Translators Association (ATA) certification exam.

Webmaster

Gain the skills necessary to develop websites for both Internet content and Web applications. Learn HTML5 and CSS3 coding that allow you to build professional websites and JavaScript for creating dynamic Web pages.

To view the entire catalog or to register, visit:

greenriver.edu/cce-careertraining

Cr e a t i ve A r t s a n d Cr a ft s Introductory Metal Art Workshop This 5-hour workshop includes theory, safety and hands-on experience using a variety of shop materials and equipment to create unique metal art. A working lunch will be used to discuss project ideas and creative capabilities of welding. This class lays the foundation for more advanced and project-based classes and gives you a taste of creating metal art. You’ll go home with a project to show off your newly found skills! Materials included. Fee $89

Y284

J. Olsen

TT-205

Sa

9a-3p

Y286

J. Olsen

TT-205

Sa

9a-3p

Class begins 9/30/17 and ends 9/30/17 Class begins 10/7/17 and ends 10/7/17

Beginning Metal Art Impress your friends and family with your unique artwork! Explore the basics of constructing beautiful metal sculptures for hanging or displaying. You will learn how to use welding and fabrication processes, heat coloring on metal and techniques for using different types of abrasives. You may choose a project from ideas provided by the instructor or use your own design with instructor permission. Bring safety glasses and leather work gloves to class. Materials included. Fee $165

Y290

J. Olsen

TT-205

Th

6-8:30p

Y288

J. Dent

TT-205

Sa

9a-12:20p

Class begins 10/12/17 and ends 11/2/17 Class begins 10/14/17 and ends 10/28/17

Intermediate Metal Art Increase your understanding and familiarity with the welding process and other shop equipment; more time is allotted to work on your own projects. Materials included. Fee $249

Y292

J. Olsen

TT-205

Sa

Class begins 11/18/17 and ends 12/16/17 (no class 11/25)

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535

9a-1p

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Personal Enr ic h m ent For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26 Illustrating Picture Books Learn to write and illustrate your picture book in this six-hour crash course! Overview includes manuscript formatting, storyboards, making a book dummy and illustration techniques. Agents, editors and publishing also discussed. This class is great for any level of illustrator, from beginner to pro. Bring story ideas and one or two recent picture books you like. Materials list provided upon registration. Fee $99

Y262

D. Sullivan

ZWC-105

Class begins 10/7/17 and ends 10/14/17

Sa

9a-1p

Drawing for Beginners Learn the basics of creating strong and accurate drawings in this fundamental class, working from a variety of still life objects. Exercises expose you to key concepts and artistic principles to accurately render line, shape, proportion and negative space. Explore various drawing media, including pencil, pastel and charcoal. MAterials list provided upon registration. Fee $115

Y238 Paint and Sip Create a beautiful painting with the help of a skilled artist. No talent needed as you are guided step-by-step to success. Enjoy hot non-alcoholic beverages as you express your artistic side. All supplies and beverage provided with your $10 fee paid to instructor the day of class. For all skill levels. Fee $25

Y297

N. Anderson

WT-16

Class begins 10/3/17 and ends 10/3/17

Tu

6:30-8:30p

Paint scenery and still life paintings as you learn the basic techniques of watercolor painting: various washes, glazing, dry brush, lifting color, masking, image transfer. Learn design skills, color mixing, negative painting, pen and ink, special effects, and more. Supply list provided for you to bring to the first class upon registering. Fee $115

N. Anderson

WT-16

Class begins 10/2/17 and ends 11/13/17

M

6:30-8:30p

Creating beautiful calligraphic letters doesn’t require artistic skill, but the results look like it. Learn how to make historic, classy, and elegant decorated letters. Add color, design, and bling to make your one-of-a-kind art worth framing. Supply fee of $5 to be paid to instructor. For all skill levels; minimum age 12 (registered with adult). Fee $69

N. Anderson

SH-254

Class begins 10/10/17 and ends 10/24/17

Tu

6:30-8:30p

Sa

G. McCutcheon

SH-252

Class begins 10/2/17 and ends 11/13/17

M

6:30-8:30p

Digital Photography 2 Go beyond the basics! This class includes how to work with RAW images; advanced camera controls; exposure lock, spot meter, exposure compensation and advanced flash; when to use manual controls; shooting for HDR; retouching images in Photoshop and composition. Outdoor shooting labs included. Fee $135

G. McCutcheon

SH-252

Class begins 10/4/17 and ends 11/15/17

W

6:30-8:30p

Photoshop Elements Photoshop Elements is Adobe’s powerful photo editor that can produce many results equal to the full version of Photoshop offered now only on the creative cloud. This class is designed to teach you how to edit your photos to make outstanding images. Instruction will include navigating the program layout through the Quick mode, the Guided mode and the Expert mode. Use tools that will help you lighten, darken, change contrast, add and remove objects, recompose, retouch faces, restore old photos, organize and more. It will be advantageous to have your own photos to work on. At the end of the class you will then have a number of photos completed to present to family, friends and others.This is a hands on class, so a laptop with a recent version of Adobe Photoshop Elements installed is necessary. Fee $135

Y268

G. McCutcheon

ZWC-107

Th

Class begins 11/2/17 and ends 12/7/17 (no class 11/23)

18

9a-12p

Move beyond the “auto” mode of your digital camera and take great photos in any situation! Through this basic hands-on course, you will explore modern photography in simple, real-world terms. You will learn about exposure, shutter speed, focus, flash, aperture, depth of field, ISO and much more. Class requirements include a digital camera, with user guide, that is capable of full manual control. Fee $135

Y266

Calligraphy: Decorated Monograms

Y296

ZWC-105

Digital Photography 1

Y264

Watercolor Painting

Y295

C. Parker

Class begins 10/28/17 and ends 11/18/17

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535

6:30-8:30p


P e r so n a l E n r i c hm e n t For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26

Health, Da nce a nd F itn ess

Healthy Holidays

Eat Your Way to

Good Health

Come join us and learn ways to take control during the upcoming holiday season. Learn food substitutions, recipe modifications and tips and tricks to avoid the post-holiday guilt! Fee $29

Y236

S. Blake

ZWC-104

Class begins 11/14/17 and ends 11/14/17

Tu

6-8p

Essential Oils 101: Nature’s Extractions Essential oils are a delightful way to relieve stress, calm the mind and lift the spirits. Learn about the benefits of essential oils and how to incorporate them into your everyday life. We’ll discuss what essential oils are, how you can safely use them, and which ones are good for different health issues, natural cleaning and supporting your emotional health. Samples and resources will be available so you can explore these natural solutions on your own. Fee $29

Y250

J. Joneschiet

ZWC-104

Class begins 10/17/17 and ends 10/17/17

Tu

6:30-9p

Mindfulness and Relaxation Does your mind race and anxiously wander to the errands and matters of the day? Reports show 60-90% of all doctor visits are due to stress-related disorders. Reducing stress and eliciting a relaxation response can help you cope with emotional and physical stressors. Learn skills to slow down and practice mindfulness by focusing on present moment awareness. These techniques can provide you with a feeling of calm, promoting physical and emotional wellness. Fee $29 Go beyond the traditional healthy eating messages we all know! Just as important as what you eat is your understanding of your body’s individual and unique response to foods and how it relates to your personal health. This class provides you with progressive weekly adjustments you can make in your diet to improve your overall health. This sequence builds on previous weeks’ course material each week, giving you the knowledge to make changes and adjustments. The package includes: -Nutrients and Digestion -Blood Sugar Balancing -Fats and Cholesterol -Nutrient Dense, Properly Prepared, Whole Food -Gut Healing Fee $99

Y230

S. Blake

SH-355

Class begins 10/4/17 and ends 11/1/17

W

Y228

E. Grasher

S. Blake

SH-355

W

9a-12p

Inflammation is a reaction in the body caused by infection or allergies and is aggravated by lifestyle factors like smoking, poor nutrition, lack of sleep, and sun exposure. Inflammation has been linked to many things that we associate with aging including autoimmune conditions, arthritis, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease and cancer. Learn how inflammation can be reduced or prevented by changing your habits and environment, following an inflammation-reducing diet and supporting your body’s systems. Fee $29

Y234

S. Blake

SH-355

Class begins 11/15/17 and ends 11/15/17

W

6-8p

6-9p

WAYS TO REGISTER

Learn about the mind and body connection: how food affects our brain which affects what we THINK and then influences HOW, WHY and WHAT we eat. In this class, we’ll discuss how to address and change eating habits, addictive tendencies with food and how what we think affects our body. Fee $29 Class begins 11/8/17 and ends 11/8/17

Sa

Inflammation and the Aging Process

Whole Body Health: More than Eating the Right Food

Y232

ZWC-104

Class begins 10/21/17 and ends 10/21/17

6-8p

REGISTER and pay online at greenriver.edu/cce

1 Auburn (253) 833-9111, ext 2535 2 Kent (253) 856-9595. ext 5000

Auburn Center (253) 288-3455 Enumclaw Campus (253) 288-3400

Go to the Continuing Education Office on any campus

3

We accept Mastercard, Visa, AmEx and Discover.

Check or exact cash is accepted in person or by mail.

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Home, Garden and Outdoors Mushroom Hunting 101 Are you ready for the fall mushroom season? This course will give students an introduction to mushroom hunting. Covered topics include biology, safety, typical equipment and resources students will need to start mushroom hunting. Afterwards, students can take their knowledge to a guided walk on GRC’s forested trails. Fee $29

Y282

C. Tran

ZWC-107

Class begins 10/7/17 and ends 10/7/17

Sa

9-11a

Personal Crime Prevention Seminar Did you know your home is 67% more likely to be burglarized between the hours of 8am-6pm? Officer Steinman will teach you how to help protect yourself, your property and your vehicle from becoming the victim of a crime. Many of the tips you will learn are inexpensive and easy to do. Fee $19

Y298

A. Steinman

ZWC-104

Class begins 10/12/17 and ends 10/12/17

Th

6-9p

Yakima River Fly Fishing Learn the Yakima River’s secrets and do well on this blue ribbon trout fishery. We'll discuss wade fishing and rowing your own pontoon boat to access the Yakima's prime water. Get a resource guide loaded with details on water flows, hatches, access, hot fly patterns and strategies for success! Two optional outings for hands on instruction and fishing. Classroom session is a prerequisite for the optional outings.

Y731

J. Fiskum

ENM-9

W

6:30-8:30p

Y732

J. Fiskum

ARR

Sa

9a-1p

Y733

J. Fiskum

ARR

Sa

9a-3p

Classroom session 9/27/17. Fee $29

Tango You’ve seen it on Dancing With the Stars! Come experience Argentine Tango dancing. You'll be introduced to this unique, special dance in a fun, easy environment. Singles and couples welcome. Fee $59

Y270

A. Morrow

Covington CH M

Class begins 10/2/17 and ends 10/30/17

6:10-7:10p

Nightclub 2-Step: The Basics This graceful, smooth-flowing dance is a wonderful way to get you through weddings, parties, cruises, and other social dance occasions. The basic steps are easy to learn and suitable even for the occasional dancer. Nightclub 2-step is a great alternative for today’s slow dance music. It is the most popular dance for those romantic ballads. Singles and couples welcome. Fee $59

Y272

A. Morrow

Covington CH

Class begins 10/2/17 and ends 10/30/17

M

7:20-8:20p

East Coast Swing If you learn just one dance, this is it! It’s a fun and easy dance to learn and to begin partner dancing. Known world-wide as American dance, it’s the most versatile dance done to the greatest variety of music including Big Band, Rock and Roll, Rhythm and Blues, Country, and Top 40. Singles and couples of all ages welcome. Fee $59

Y274

A. Morrow

Covington CH

Class begins 10/2/17 and ends 10/30/17

M

8:30-9:30p

Wade session 9/30/17. Fee $79

Pontoon session 10/7/17. Fee $99

Tying Jigs for Pacific NW Salmon and Steelhead Jigs are a deadly lure/fly for Pacific Salmon and Steelhead. You will learn to tie 3 different jig styles in this 2 session crash course. From these basic styles you will be able to create hundreds of different color combinations and sizes to meet a wide variety of angling situations including Fly Fishing. No prior tying experience necessary. All tying equipment is provided. $10 Materials fee to instructor first night of class. Fee $59

Y727

J. Fiskum

M, W

6:30-8:30p

Introduction to Trout Spey Two-handed fly rods are all the rage in the NW! With the development of shorter, lighter Spey and Switch rods, trout are now targeted with two-handed rods. In the classroom session, we will discuss effective set ups, "hot" fly patterns, and strategies to make them produce. There will be an optional outing to the Yakima River for hands-on instruction in casting and fishing. Rod, reel, and line package available to rent for $15 from instructor for outing. Classroom session a prerequisite for the optional outing.

Y756

J. Fiskum

ENM-14

W

6:30-8:30p

Y757

J. Fiskum

ARR

Sa

10a-3p

Classroom session 10/18/17. Fee $29 River session 10/18/17. Fee $79

20

ZWC-107

Class begins 10/2/17 and ends 10/4/17

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535


P e r so n a l E n r i c hm e n t For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26 River Fishing Strategies for Fall Salmon Learn where, when and how to use the most modern, innovative tactics to entice fall river salmon. We will cover tackle, equipment, lures and strategies including Twitching Jigs, Casting Plugs, Floats and Bait, plus spinners and spoons. Class will include a resource guide. After the classroom session, there is an optional outing to either the Green or Skykomish River. Rod, reel and line package can be rented from instructor for $10. Classroom session is a prerequisite for the optional outing.

Y734

J. Fiskum

ENM-9

W

6:30-8:30p

Y735

J. Fiskum

ARR

Sa

7-11a

Classroom session 11/8/17. Fee $29 River session 11/11/17. Fee $59

L a n g u a g e a n d Cu lt u r e

Fish Smoking Learn how to make delectable smoked fish! We’ll focus on Pacific NW favorites like salmon, steelhead and trout. You’ll be a hit at all your parties and events with your own custom-made smoked appetizers. Class will include step-by-step instruction, demonstration, recipes and sample tasting. Fee $39

Y728

J. Fiskum

ZWC-107

Class begins 11/15/17 and ends 11/15/17

W

6:30-8:30p Sign Language for Parents and Kids

Introduction to Winter Steelhead Fishing Learn about the tackle, equipment, lures and baits you need to successfully fish for winter steelhead in the Pacific Northwest. We'll discuss the 3 most productive methods for the wading angler: drift fishing, float fishing, and spoon fishing. After the classroom session, there is an optional outing to a local river (Green, Snoqualmie, or Skykomish) to try to catch a steelhead by applying the techniques we learned in class. Rods, reels, and line are available to rent from instructor for $10. Classroom session is a prerequisite for the optional outing.

Y729

J. Fiskum

ENM-9

W

6:30-8:30p

Y730

J. Fiskum

ARR

Sa

7-11a

Classroom session 12/6/17. Fee $29 River session 12/9/17. Fee $59

Team up with your favorite child for ASL Saturdays! Join this interactive class, where you and a child will develop sign skills through engaging games and activities geared to everyday conversational topics. Registration is for one child ages 7-12 and one adult. Fee $99

Y258

B. Key

IVC-108

Class begins 10/7/17 and ends 11/11/17

Sa

10-11:30a

When registering, use the information for the adult. Sign Language, Beginning Introductory course in American Sign Language for application in everyday communication with hearing and speech impaired individuals. Includes history of sign language and cultural aspects. Fee $139

Y246

B. Key

SH-158

Class begins 10/2/17 and ends 11/20/17

M

6:30-8:30p

Spanish, Beginning This language course emphasizes conversation but also includes reading, writing, speaking and understanding the language. Course is geared toward the adult student seeking control of a language for practical applications such as traveling. Cultural, historical and social points of interest are also presented to provide a well-rounded, informative language program. Fee $139

Y240

A. Morris

ZWC-104

Class begins 10/2/17 and ends 11/20/17

M

6:30-8:30p

French, Beginning This language course emphasizes conversation but also includes reading, writing, speaking and understanding the language. Course is geared toward the adult student seeking control of a language for practical applications such as traveling. Cultural, historical and social points of interest are also presented to provide a well-rounded, informative language program. Fee $139

Y242

A. Morris

ZWC-107

Class begins 10/3/17 and ends 11/21/17

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535

Tu

6:30-8:30p

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Personal Enr ic h m ent For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26

Mo ney Ma tters Retirement Planning Today Regardless of age, you can learn to create a plan to make the most of your retirement dollars. Will you be able to retire early? How long must your money last? What strategies can you use to save money on your taxes? A Certified Financial Planner will answer these and other essential planning questions. Topics include retirement needs and expenses, social security maximizations, income sources, IRA distributions, investments and more! Spouse attends for $20; call CE to register. One text included. Fee $59

Y278

F. Gallo

ZWC-104

Tu

6:30-8:30p

Y276

F. Gallo

ZWC-104

Sa

9a-12p

Class begins 9/26/17 and ends 10/10/17 Class begins 9/30/17 and ends 10/7/17

Personal Crime Prevention Seminar Officer Steinman will review ways to help protect yourself, your home and your vehicle from being a victim of a crime. Not only will her tips help protect you, it will help officers if they need to respond to a call. Many of the ideas are free or inexpensive and easy ways to better protect yourself and heighten your awareness to personal safety.

How to Be an Executor of a Will Have you been named as an estate executor of a relative or friend? Learn about your liabilities and responsibilities. This presentation is taught by an experienced lawyer who will provide an overview of the legal rights and responsibilities of an executor and explain the gathering of estate assets, paying the debts, distributing the funds to beneficiaries and administration of the estate. Fee $39

Y244

O. Gabrielson

CH-214

Class begins 11/1/17 and ends 11/1/17

W

6:30-9p

Wills and Legal Documents We All Need Wills, Power Of Attorney, Health Care Directives, Appointing Guardians for your children--what are these and why are they important to you? While it’s not always pleasant to think about, having a will or a legal plan can save your family future heartache and pain. Whether you plan to work with an attorney or use one of the do-it-yourself software programs available, having knowledge of what to include, how to prepare and what the legalese means will make the process easier. We’ll also cover making changes, revocations and more. Fee $39

Y248

M. Farr CH-214

W

Class begins 10/25/17 and ends 10/25/17

See page 20 for details. Music

6:30-9p

Guitar, Beginning/Continued Develop guitar skills while learning songs you like. Beginning guitar students learn chords, strumming, finger-picking, and other basic skills. Fee $99

Y280

C. Buser

IVC-108

Class begins 9/18/17 and ends 11/20/17

22

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535

M

6:30-7:30p


P e r so n a l E n r i c hm e n t For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26

Wri t ing

Interested in teaching?

Crafting the Story: Short Story and Novel Writing Do you know why we are drawn to books like The Hunger Games, The Kite Runner or The Da Vinci Code? It’s more than the storyline. Learn what it takes to craft a compelling story by building strong characters, a unique voice, a sense of place and a fully-drawn, conflict-driven story arc. Fee $115

Y294

L. Bohart

ZWC-104

Class begins 10/4/17 and ends 11/1/17

W

6:30-8:30p

Writing for Children and Getting Published If you’ve ever thought about writing children’s books, this class will help you get started. As a beginning writer, you’ll learn how to get ideas and turn them into stories as we discuss plot and character development, story structure, view point, dialogue, where and how to market your work and how to get published. You’ll walk away with tips and tools to start your hobby or career as a writer for children. Short writing exercises included.Fee $59

Y260

A. Rubeck

SH-252

Class begins 10/17/17 and ends 10/24/17

Tu

SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE

The Continuing Education department is looking for instructors to teach caree and trade programs and personal enrichment courses.

Download an application at greenriver.edu/teachforus Email your application and course proposal to twetzel@greenriver.edu

6:30-9p

Ot her Courses Community Access Card to Holman Library Provides access and check-out privileges to the Holman Library’s Information Commons for one quarter. Includes access to computers containing Internet, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. An introductory information session provided by the library staff. Register with the Continuing Education Office -- call ext. 2535.Fee $45

Y204

Access Cards

An Introduction to Voiceovers (Getting Started In Voice Acting) This fun and empowering two-hour introductory workshop covers different types of voiceovers and what tools are needed to find success. You’ll be coached as you read a script and recorded so you can receive a professional voiceover evaluation later. You’ll obtain the knowledge necessary to help you decide if this is something you’d like to pursue. Taught by a professional voice actor from Voices For All, a voice acting training company. Fee $39

Y202

SH-254

Class begins 11/7/17 and ends 11/7/17

Tu

6-8p

Discount Coupon Good for discounted ”member rate” for your first Prime Time class.

Mention this ad when registering to receive discount. See page 4 for a list of classes.

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535

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C redit Cl asses – K ent C am p u s For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26

Kent Campus credit classes are available mornings, afternoons and evenings. Green River College offers credit and non-credit classes at its Kent Campus. For times of the credit classes listed below, see the College credit class schedule.

Dept

Crs #

Title

Credits

Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:30a–8:00p Friday 7:30a–5:00p Questions? (253) 856 9595 Dept

Crs #

Title

Credits

ACCT& 202

Prin Of Accounting II

(5)

ESOL

032-047 ESOL Conversation Lev 2-4

(3)

ART&

100

Art Appreciation

(5)

ESOL

050-052 ESOL Technology Level 1-3

(3)

BIOL&

100

Survey Of Biology

(5)

ESOL

072-074 ESOL Intensive Writing 2-4

(15)

BIOL&

160

General Biology With Lab

(5)

GEOG& 200

Human Geography

(5)

BTAC 100

Fundamentals/Computers

(5)

HIST&

136

US History I

(5)

BTAC

162

Introduction To Excel

(5)

HL ED

190

Standard First Aid/CPR

(3)

BTAC

163

Advanced Excel

(5)

MATH

062

Review Of Arithmetic

(5)

BUS

103

Business Leadership

(5)

MATH 070

Pre-Algebra

(5)

BUS

121

Marketing Fundamentals

(5)

MATH

072

Elementary Algebra

(5)

BUS

166

Human Relations

(5)

MATH

097

Intermediate Algebra

(5)

BUS

181

Intro-International Bus

(5)

MATH& 141

Precalculus I

(5)

BUS

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215

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360

Sales And Negotiation

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101

Intro To Philosophy

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385

Operations Management

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102

Contemp Moral Problems

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395

Strategic Mktg And Mgmt

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American Government

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Reading Mastery

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Spanish I

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Public Speaking

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Introductory Composition

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ESOL

020-021 ESOL-Multi Level 4-5

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Assessment is required for placement in math and English classes and can be done at the Kent Campus. To consult with an advisor or schedule an assessment appointment, please call (253) 856-9595. 24

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R e gi o na l M a p For campus locations, see page 27 • For building locations, see page 26

1 Main Campus, Auburn—Located at 12401 SE 320th Street SOUTHBOUND 1. Take Highway 167 South toward Kent / Auburn. 2. Take the 15th Street NW exit. Turn left onto 15th Street NW. (15th Street NW becomes Harvey Road.) 3. Turn left onto 8th Street NE. 4. Turn right onto 105th Place SE. Follow road to top of hill to SE 320th. NORTHBOUND 1. Take Highway 18 East toward Auburn / North Bend. 2. Take the SE 304th Street exit toward SE 312th Street. 3. Turn right onto SE 304th Street. (SE 304th Street becomes 132nd Avenue SE.) 4. Stay Straight to go onto 132nd Way SE.  (132nd Way SE becomes SE 312th Street.) 5. Turn left onto 124th Avenue SE. 6. Turn left onto SE 320th Street.

2 Auburn Center—Located at 1221 D Street NE 1. Take Highway 167. 2. Take the 15th Street exit. 3. Turn right on D Street NE.

3 Kent Campus—Located at 417 Ramsay Way, Suite 112 S O U T H B O U N D 1. From Highway 167, take the Willis Street exit. Take a left onto Willis Street. 2. Heading east on Willis Street, turn left (north) on 4th Avenue S. 3. Turn right onto Ramsay Way, then right again at the first driveway, into the parking lot. N O R T H B O U N D 1. From Highway 167, take the Willis Street exit. Take a right onto Willis Street. 2. Heading east on Willis Street, turn left (north) on 4th Avenue S., 3. Turn right onto Ramsay Way, then right again at the first driveway, into the parking lot.

4 Enumclaw Campus– Located at 1414 Griffin Avenue SOUTHBOUND 1. Take Highway 18 East. Take the Auburn / Enumclaw exit onto Auburn Way S. 2 Take a left onto Auburn Way (Highway 164). Travel about 12 miles,  Highway 164 turns into Griffin Avenue.

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GREEN RIVER CAMPUS LOCATIONS Auburn Campus

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Continuing Education (WT Building) 12401 SE 320th St., Auburn, WA 98092 (253) 833-9111, ext. 2535

Enumclaw Campus

1414 Griffin Avenue, Enumclaw, WA 98022 (253) 288-3400

Blue Dog Glass Art

29304 168th Ave. SE, Kent

Covington City Hall

16720 SE 271st St, Covington

Northwest Handling

1100 SW 7th St, Renton

Kent Campus

417 Ramsay Way, Suite 112, Kent, WA 98032 (253) 856-9595, ext. 5000

Auburn Center

1221 D Street NE, Auburn, WA 98002 (253) 288-3455

A Skilled Workforce is a Force Multiplier Like the classes that you see in our schedule?

Do you have employees who could benefit from this type of training? Are you looking to upskill your workforce? Have a tight training budget?

FIND YOUR

INTEREST

Green River College Corporate Training can help. We work with your business to develop a training program that meets your specific goals, improves productivity, streamlines efficiency and inspires innovation. We provide training on-site or at Green River College. Grant funding may be available to help upskill your workers. Call (253) 520-6283 to learn how we can support your training program.

AT GREEN RIVER COLLEGE IN ENUMCLAW - Flagger Training

- Level I Yoga

- HR Essentials for Managers, Business Owners and HR Staff

- Fish Smoking

- Finding the Root of Conflict

- Grant Writing Basics Level 1 - Communicating Across Generations

- 10 Weeks to Better Posture - Introduction to Trout Spey

- Introduction to Winter Steelhead Fishing

- Microsoft Excel 2016 Level 1

- Tying Jigs for Pacific NW Salmon and Steelhead

- QuickBooks for Small Business Level 1

- Spanish, Beginning

- Microsoft Word 2016 Level 1

- Microsoft Windows 10

Green River’s Enumclaw Campus offers a wide variety of non-credit community education classes.

- Drawing, Beginning/Continued

Whether it’s fly-fishing, familiy history, photography or something else, we want to help you cast your line out and find that thing that will enrich your life!

- Photography: Basic Portrait Lighting

- Watercolor

- Art of Photography

- Digital Photography 1 - Digital Photography 2

- HIV/AIDS Certification

- Yakima River Fly Fishing

- Genealogy & Family History: Getting Started - Genealogy & Family History: Searching the Census - Selling Your Stuff Online

- Selling Online, The Next Step - Essential Oils 101: Nature’s Extractions - Flavorful Cooking With Essential Oils


ECRWSS RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER

Non-profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Auburn, WA Permit No. 184

CONTINUING EDUCATION 12401 SE 320th Street Auburn, WA 98092-3622

E n rich Yo u r L i f e T h i s F a l l ! Dance, dance, dance the night away!

Tango, Nightclub 2-Step and East Coast Swing are offered this fall. Turn to page 20 for details.

Yard art, garden trellis, focal piece for your living room wall...create your perfect metal art piece in our new

Welding Art Studio!

Turn to page 17 for details.

American Sign Language for Kids and Adults:

Learn to communicate through sign with your child Saturdays this fall. Turn to page 21 for details.

Mushroom Hunting 101: Microsoft Learn about safety, where to look for fungi, and

PowerPoint 2016

more! Our instructor is a member of the Puget Sound Mycological Society and a GRC staff member. Capture your audience’s attention! Turn to page 20 for details. Pg .19

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