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Continuing Education non-credit courses are for professional continuing education, job training, and personal enrichment. These are self-supporting 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.

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Register and Pay Online www.greenriver.edu/ce Phone Auburn (253) 833-9111 ext 2535 Kent

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Mail or Visit Send or bring your registration form with payment to: Green River Community College Continuing Education 12401 SE 320th Street Auburn, WA 98092-3622 Kent Campus 417 Ramsay Way, Suite 112 Kent, WA 98032-4501

 Hours: Auburn: Kent Campus:

Fax Dial (253) 288-3480 Use your Visa or MasterCard for phone, fax and online registration.

Monday–Thursday, 8:30a-7:30p Friday and breaks, 8:30a-5p Monday–Thursday, 7:30a-6:30p Friday and breaks, 7:30a-5p

Spring 2013

Business/Professional Development

Communication.................................................5 Finance and Accounting..............................6, 13 Human Resources.............................................6 Leadership and Supervision..............................7 Project Management........................................ 8 Small Business.............................................. 8-9 Social Media and Marketing...................... 10-11 Writing..............................................................5

Computers

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Education is a Lifelong Process

Computer Basics.............................................11 Microsoft Office Applications.................... 12-13 QuickBooks.....................................................13 Web and Graphic Production..........................14

Work Related

Healthcare Programs.......................................15 Real Estate......................................................15 Vocational.......................................................15 Online Courses................................................16 Health Education.............................................20

Lifelong Learning

Arts and Crafts.......................................... 17-18 Cooking..................................................... 18-19 Dance/Fitness............................................ 19-20 Health Education.............................................20 Home and Garden..................................... 20-21 In A Class By Itself..........................................22 Language and Culture.....................................23 Money Matters................................................23 Music..............................................................24 Outdoors.........................................................24 Photography....................................................18 Writing........................................................5, 24

Maps and Registration

Maps and Locations.................................. 25-27 Refund Policy..................................................27 Registration Form............................................27

Green River Community College has made reasonable efforts to provide in this catalog information that is accurate at the time of publication. However, the college reserves the right to make appropriate changes in procedures, policies, calendars, requirements, programs, 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 any such changes. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to create any offer to contract or any contractual rights. Green River Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, religion, age or any other unlawful basis in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Vice President of Human Resources, 12401 SE 320th Street, Auburn, WA 98092, (253) 288-3320. To receive this information in an alternative format, please contact Disability Support Services at (253) 833-9111, ext. 2631; TTY (253) 288-3359 Limitation of Liability: The college’s total liability for claims arising from a contractual relationship with the student in any way related to classes or programs shall be limited to the tuition and expenses paid by the student to the college for those classes or programs. In no event shall the college be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, including but not limited to, loss of earnings or profits.

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Kent Campus – credit Continuing Education (253) 856-9595 Office Hours: Monday – Thursday 7:30a – 6:30p Friday 7:30a – 5p Green River Community College offers credit and non-credit classes at its Kent Campus. For times of the credit classes listed below, see the full Spring Credit Class schedule. CREDIT CLASSES – Morning, Afternoon and Evening DEPT CRS ACCT& 202 ACCT& 203 AP 100 BASIC 022-026 BASIC 032-076 BASIC 053 BIOL& 160 BIOL& 242 BUS& 101 BUS 166 BUS 181 BUS& 201 BUS 258 BUS E 100 BUS E 101 BUS E 102 BUS E 103 BUS E 107 BUS E 108 BUS E 140 BUS E 162 BUS E 163 CJ& 101 CMST& 210 CMST& 220 CMST& 230 ECE 1031 ECE 1041 ECE 151 ECE 200 ECE 220 EDUC& 204 EDUC 240 ENGL 100 ENGL& 101 ENGL& 112 ENGL 115 ENGL 126 ENGL 127 ENGL 128 ENV S 204 ESOL 011-016 ESOL 050-056 ESOL 063-066 HL ED 190 MATH 062 MATH 070 MATH 072 MATH 097 MATH& 141 MATH 147 MATH 171 OCEA& 101 P E 111 P E 215 PHIL& 101 PHYS& 110 PHYS& 116 PHYS& 223 POLS& 200 PSYC& 100 READ 094 READ 104 SPAN& 123

TITLE Prin Of Accounting II Prin Of Accounting III Human AP Survey GED/Bilingual Level 2-6 Adult Basic Educ-GED Preparation Adult Basic Math General Biology With Lab Human AP 2 Introduction To Business Human Relations Intro-International Bus Business Law Prin Mgmt/Supervision Fundamentals/Computers Beg Typing/Keyboarding Intermediate Keyboarding Advanced Keyboarding Typing Speed/Accuracy 1 Typing Speed/Accuracy 2 Records Management Introduction To Excel Advanced Excel Intro To Crim Justice Interpersonal Comm Public Speaking Small Group Comm CDA Practicum 1 ECE Practicum 2-Cda Language And Literacy CDA Work Ethics Intro To Sign Language Exceptional Child Multicultural/Anti-Bias Introductory Composition English Composition I Intro To Fiction Introduction To Novels Writing: Humanities Writing: Social Science Res Writing:Sci/Engr/Bus Natural Science/Environ ESOL Level 1-6 ESOL Technology Level 1-6 ESOL Writing Support 3-6 Standard First Aid/CPR Review Of Arithmetic Pre-Algebra Elementary Algebra Intermediate Algebra Precalculus I Finite Math-Bus/S Scienc Geometry-Elem Teachers Intro To Oceanography Aerobic Walking Adv Aerobic Walking Intro To Philosophy PHYS NON-SCI MAJORS wLab GENERAL PHYSICS III wLab Engr Phys III With Lab Introduction To Law General Psychology Reading Improvement Reading Mastery Spanish III

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

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Impress Your Boss! Or Be the Boss! Take Leading Edge Business Classes • • • • •

How to Start a Successful Business Business Book Discussion Basic Social Media Marketing Leading Edge Social Media Marketing Time Management for Business Leaders

Taught by Deanna Burnett-Keener and Kirk Davis, Certified Business Advisors with Washington State SBDC. See pages 8-10 or call (253) 520-6261 for class details.

Emergency Dispatch Services Does an exciting career as a 911 Call Taker or Dispatcher appeal to you?

This 50-hour course introduces you to the basics and identifies what skills are necessary in your pursuit of this occupation.

Topics include: • Basic call taking, terminology and paraphrasing techniques • Stress management tools • FCC issues • Law Enforcement, Fire and EMS Dispatch techniques • Hazardous materials incidents Prepare yourself for the candidate selection process. Skills are transferable to other fields such as ambulance,

taxi, and tow truck dispatch.

See class listing on page 15. For a brochure or details on an upcoming information session, call Continuing Education at (253) 833-9111, ext. 2535.

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Spring 2013

Communication And Writing Communicating Between Generations

Being aware of generational differences can help you anticipate miscommunications and tailor your message for maximum effect– whether you’re applying for a job, pitching a new idea to your boss or leading a team. Take home practical tips from someone who has successfully coached hundreds of people to communicate effectively across generational gaps. Fee $49 • CEUs: .2 Y429 Voso L Cov City Hall W 6:30-8:30p Class begins 05/22/13 and ends 05/22/13.

Effective Business Networking

Grant Writing Basics

Primarily designed for non-profits, this introduction to grant writing will help you identify your need, research the best potential funders, make pre-proposal contact with funders, and write the application. Topics include locating private and governmental funding sources, writing a need statement, and evaluating proposals. Increase your chances for grant writing success. Fee $75 • CEUs: .6 Y142 Mork-Obrien IVC-109 Sa 9a-12p Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/11/13.

Grammar Review And Business Writing - 2 Class Series Register for the series and save $69! Workbooks provided. Fee $249 • CEUs: 1.5 Y439 Staples J Kent-321 TTh Class begins 05/07/13 and ends 05/21/13.

Activate your potential as you discover the secrets to networking! You can quickly build relationships, increase your business and personal contacts or simply be comfortable meeting new people. Be at ease when introducing yourself or starting conversations with total strangers. Relax as you charm new acquaintances with your small talk, and discover how to stylishly exit conversations. Fee $139 • CEUs: .6 Voso L Kent-320 Th 6-8p Y431 Class begins 04/18/13 and ends 05/02/13.

Grammar Review For Business Writers

Working Smarter–Time Management

Improve Your Business Writing

Get highly practical tips on how to evaluate personal and organizational time-wasters, establish meaningful priorities, and deal with disruptions and unanticipated drains on your time. You’ll learn to identify ways to focus on achievement and meaningful results while avoiding pitfalls and conflict. Fee $149 • CEUs: .6 Johnson S Cov City Hall W 6-9p Y430 Class begins 06/05/13 and ends 06/12/13.

“Good information! Helped me to recognize the important points relating to résumés and cover letters.” - Résumés That Get Results student

Résumés That Get Results

Learn how to produce a résumé that will stand out from the rest. Topics include how to present clear and concise information, what should and should not be included on a résumé, how to select the best format, and printing options. Fee $49 • CEUs: .3 Y438 Voso L Kent-274 TTh 6:30-8p Class begins 05/07/13 and ends 05/09/13.

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Achieve professional proficiency in your business writing. Review current grammar rules, sentence structure, usage, punctuation, style issues, and then reinforce this knowledge through class exercises and activities. This review will help you achieve professional proficiency whether you’re writing creatively, personally, or on the job. Workbook included. Fee $139 • CEUs: .6 Staples J Kent-321 TTh 6-9p Y440 Class begins 05/07/13 and ends 05/09/13.

COMMUNICATION AND WRITING

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Gain confidence in your professional writing in an informative, hands-on learning environment. Whether writing reports, proposals, letters, email, or presentations, you will learn to define the message’s purpose, analyze your audience, and structure the message for readability and quick comprehension. Learn to write results-oriented, clear, concise messages, and how to proofread and revise for clarity, and correctness. Bring one non-confidential writing sample for instructor feedback. Workbook included. Fee $179 • CEUs: .9 Staples J Kent-321 TTh 6-9p Y441 Class begins 05/14/13 and ends 05/21/13.

Email Etiquette

w Ne Email is the primary channel of communication used in business, so learning to write clear, concise, focused email messages is a critical skill. Students will learn to plan and organize messages for results, format messages for readability, and write positive messages that build trust. Learn what our emails reveal about us, how to respond and forward appropriately, and how to write effective subject lines. All the dos and don’ts of emailing will be discussed. Fee $89 • CEUs: .4 Y442 Kent-321 Th 5-9p Class begins 05/23/13 and ends 05/23/13. w Writing Web Content Ne The most important part of a web site is the content. Most readers come to your web site with a specific question or goal. Usually, web users are not online to read, but rather to search for or collect information. Learn how web writing differs from print writing. Learn strategies for writing, editing and formatting to create compelling web copy. Fee $99 • CEUs: .4 Y443 Kent-255 Th 5-9p Class begins 06/06/13 and ends 6/06/13.

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HUMAN RESOURCES

Continuing Education HR Generalist Certificate Program - 8 Classes

Finance And Accounting The ABC’s Of Accounting

Perfect for beginners--you’ll learn the basics of T accounts, ledgers, basic business transaction analyses, generating financial statements and the complete accounting cycle. Hands-on with case studies, this course will give you information that works right away with a clear explanation of accounting principles. Textbook included. Fee $287 • CEUs: 1.8 Y449 Stebbins J Kent-321 MW 6-9p Class begins 04/29/13 and ends 05/15/13.

Understanding Budgets

Harsh economic times challenge managers to be great leaders. You can be an effective member in the decision-making that can make or break your business. You will learn how to create a budget, analyze and compare budgets, create operating and manufacturing budgets, and devise an action plan to solve a problem identified during variance analysis. Course examples apply to all businesses. Workbook included. Fee $189 • CEUs: .7 Y450 Syverson D Kent-320 W 5:30-9p Class begins 06/05/13 and ends 06/12/13.

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Introduction To HR/General Business Basics

This class covers information an HR Generalist needs to know to align HR strategies with the company’s bottom line. Fee $65 • CEUs: .3 Y131 Allore M Aub Center-110 T 6-9p Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 04/16/13.

Federal And State Labor Laws

With over 100 laws affecting employers in such areas as hiring, termination, overtime, sexual harassment, etc., it makes legal compliance a critical task for HR departments. Review primary laws and steps to keep your company in compliance. Fee $99 • CEUs: .6 Y132 Allore M Aub Center-110 TTh 6-9p Class begins 04/18/13 and ends 04/23/13.

Recruitment And Selection

Recruiting quality employees is always a challenge. Learn strategies for finding and interviewing to select the best person for the job, keeping the hiring process fair and legal, plus ideas for starting that new employee off right. Fee $99 • CEUs: .6 Y133 Allore M Aub Center-110 TTh 6-9p Class begins 04/25/13 and ends 04/30/13.

QuickBooks Learn how to set up your small business accounting system and work with Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and more. Beginner and Advanced level classes.

Compensation And Benefits

Compensation and benefits programs are key factors in attracting and retaining good employees. Learn different types of compensation systems, compliance with the FLSA, exempt vs. non-exempt, and various types of benefits as part of a total compensation package. Fee $99 • CEUs: .6 Y134 Allore M Aub Center-110 TTh 6-9p Class begins 05/02/13 and ends 05/07/13.

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Human Resources Establishing A Performance-Based Culture

Does your organization want to improve its performance? Learn how to imbed such a mentality into every action you take. Review some of the most effective performance-based cultures established by leading organizations and more importantly, how they made it happen. Fee $55 • CEUs: .3 Y143 Allore M Aub Center-110 T Class begins 06/04/13 and ends 06/04/13.

“Matt [Allore] is very knowledgeable and his enthusiasm is contagious. He brings a great energy and attitude to class.” -Human Resources Generalist student

Take the entire HR Generalist Certificate Program and save $227 • Thirty-six clock hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute. Fee $429 • CEUs: 3.6 Y130 Allore M Aub Center-110 TTh Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 05/23/13.

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Resolving employee complaints and keeping employees motivated are crucial to a business. Learn strategies for resolving issues in ways that benefit both the employee and the company, working in a union and non-union environment, performance management, rightful discharge, and workplace violence. Fee $99 • CEUs: .6 Y135 Allore M Aub Center-110 TTh 6-9p Class begins 05/09/13 and ends 05/14/13.

Health, Safety And Security

Learn how to provide a safe and healthy environment while meeting OSHA and WISHA requirements. Fee $65 • CEUs: .3 Y136 Allore M Aub Center-110 Th 6-9p Class begins 05/16/13 and ends 05/16/13.

Training And Development

Determine when and what training is needed, and how to develop, deliver, and evaluate training programs. Fee $65 • CEUs: .3 Y137 Allore M Aub Center-110 T 6-9p Class begins 05/21/13 and ends 05/21/13.

HRIS And Payroll

This class will cover information systems and record-keeping, along with the basic concepts of payroll. Fee $65 • CEUs: .3 Y138 Allore M Aub Center-110 Th 6-9p Class begins 05/23/13 and ends 05/23/13.

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Spring 2013 Leadership Development Certificate - 4 Class Series

Who’s The Woman In The Corner Office?

It could be you! Learn how to overcome common leadership challenges and gain leadership excellence through effective communication. Develop effective leadership skills that will help you get around the challenges that prevent or inhibit women from advancing in their careers. Text included. Fee $169 • CEUs: .75 Y428 Voso L Kent-320 Th 6-8:30p Class begins 05/16/13 and ends 05/30/13.

What Great Managers Do: The First 100 Days

Step forward and assume your new responsibilities with confidence! In this class you will learn the skills needed to conduct performance appraisals, monitor work processes, communicate effectively with team members, resolve conflicts, motivate your staff, avoid common management pitfalls, and serve as an advocate for your team within the wider corporate structure. Text included. Fee $89 • CEUs: .4 Johnson S Kent-321 MW 6-8p Y432 Class begins 04/22/13 and ends 04/24/13. Online w Cyber Security For Managers Ne Cyber security issues are all around us; get up to date on Cyber Security basics and fundamentals. Designed for non-technical managers, directors and others in the work place, you will learn threats and vulnerabilities, safeguards, common attacks, viruses, malware and spyware, disaster recovery planning, intrusion detection/prevention, and more. You will gain the knowledge needed to practice safer computing and safeguard your business and work information. Fee $245 • CEUs: 1.6 ARR ARR ARR Y504 Class begins 05/06/13 and ends 05/31/13.

Collaborative Leadership

w Ne Learn to solve problems collaboratively and revitalize your organization or work unit. This engaging and practical course teaches the theory and implementation of collaborative leadership using case studies and activities. You’ll have eight or more take-aways that you can put to use immmediately. Fee $289 • CEUs: 1.2 Broadwell D Kent-324 W 6-9p Y514 Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 05/15/13.

Productive, Efficient, and Innovative… Strengthen Your Workforce Proper training leads to employees who are more customer-focused, productive, efficient in their positions, and loyal to the organization. Green River will work with you to develop training plans to meet your goals. Training can be delivered at Green River, at your location, or online. Call 253-520-6282 to find out how we can support your training plan to improve productivity, efficiency and innovation.

This four-class series provides you with the knowledge to bring a team together and lead them in a common direction. This program will take participants to the next level in personal performance by providing leadership skill development. May be taken as a series for a reduced rate (save $27) or individually. Fee $489 • CEUs: 2.4 Johnson S Kent-320 MW 6-9p Y433 Class begins 04/29/13 and ends 05/22/13.

“I would recommend this course to anyone feeling “stuck;” it motivated me to be a better leader.” -Leadership Development Certificate student

Creating High Performance Teams

Systems drive behavior. See how the relationships between people and the particular structure of your organization affect employee accomplishments. Evaluate various organizational structure models to learn which will work for your business. Pick up ideas you can put in place to create or manage your highly effective team! Topics include approaches to working across cultures, models of teamwork, and roles of leadership within organizations and teams. Fee $129 • CEUs: .6 Y434 Johnson S Kent-320 MW 6-9p Class begins 04/29/13 and ends 05/01/13.

LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISION

Leadership And Supervision

Leadership For Top Productivity

How can change impact organizational productivity? How can that impact be controlled? This session focuses on how leaders effectively guide organizational change by identifying factors which influence organizational success and productivity, defining roles and responsibilities in the context of the work in an organization, and setting achievable goals through the transition process. Fee $129 • CEUs: .6 Y435 Johnson S Kent-320 MW 6-9p Class begins 05/06/13 and ends 05/08/13.

Managing Workers At A Distance

Telecommuters, virtual employees, or out-of-town offices add new twists to leadership. Explore the benefits and drawbacks of managing multiple locations. Gain insight on effective communication across distances. Discover motivation, recognition, and feedback tactics that sustain productivity and achieve goals. Get tools that make the most of your face-to-face opportunities. Fee $129 • CEUs: .6 Y436 Johnson S Kent-320 MW 6-9p Class begins 05/13/13 and ends 05/15/13.

“I liked the interactive atmosphere of the workshops; this helped to talk and solve some of my issues at work.” -Leadership Development Certificate student

Win-Win Negotiation Skills

Good negotiation is about finding common ground. There doesn’t have to be a “loser” because both sides can get what they want in the end. Learn how to turn any negotiation into an honest dialog about the needs and wants of each party. This is done by asking the right questions and structuring the analysis so that each side can objectively value what they are giving and what they are getting. Fee $129 • CEUs: .6 Y437 Johnson S Kent-320 MW 6-9p Class begins 05/20/13 and ends 05/22/13.

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Continuing Education Small Business

Project Management Introduction To Project Management

Want to learn how to effectively manage projects professionally and personally? This foundation course focuses on the vocabulary, methodology and best practices recognized by the Project Management Institute. Learn the skills to help you initiate, plan, execute, monitor, control, and formally close a project. Gain skills and insight to take your projects to the next level. Instructor is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). Text required. Fee $349 • CEUs: 2.4 Y444 Highline CC T 5-9p Class begins 05/07/13 and ends 06/11/13.

Project Management For Small Business

Learn to manage your projects with a planned, disciplined approach while balancing the needs of the project by learning and using the project management methodology. For the new or experienced project manager, this class will introduce you to the project management processes, tools, and techniques that can be scaled and adapted for your small projects. Fee $159 • CEUs: .6 Y445 Syverson D Kent-320 W 6-9p Class begins 05/08/13 and ends 05/15/13.

Instructor David Syverson has over 25,000 hours of Project Management experience working for the Boeing Company, the University of Washington, the U.S. Army, and other organizations. His specific talents include his creative, innovative and nurturing personality.

Developing A Business Plan

This hands-on session is designed to help you create a working business plan for starting or managing your business. Through engaging writing exercises and group brainstorming, take your business ideas further than you 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 at success. Fee $59 • CEUs: .3 Y152 Burnett-Keener SH-258 Th 6-9p Class begins 05/23/13 and ends 05/23/13.

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 simple start-up map that you can follow step-by-step. Fee $59 • CEUs: .3 Y153 Burnett-Keener SH-258 Th 6-9p Class begins 05/30/13 and ends 05/30/13.

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Project Management Professional Exam Prep

Designed to prepare students for the PMP exam, this course focuses on standards set by the Project Management Institute. Topics include project quality, scope, time, cost, human resources, communications, risk, procurement, and more. Meets PMI formal education requirement. Instructor is a certified PMP. Prerequisite: Bachelor’s degree and 3 years project management experience or a secondary diploma and 5 years of project management experience. Text required. Fee $599 • CEUs: 3.6 Y448 Highline CC T 5-9p Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 06/11/13.

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How To Start A Successful Business - 4 Class Series Take the series of four small business start-up classes listed below for a savings of $67. Instructor provides an overview of the essential components for starting a profitable small business. Fee $169 • CEUs: 1.2 Y151 Burnett-Keener SH-258 Th 6-9p Class begins 05/23/13 and ends 06/13/13.

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 • CEUs: .3 Th 6-9p Y154 Burnett-Keener SH-258 Class begins 06/06/13 and ends 06/06/13.

Business Marketing

Learn the basics of making strategic marketing decisions and building an integrated marketing plan. Utilizing a practical and repeatable process, you’ll learn about important concepts such as pricing, distribution, messaging, and message delivery--and how to base all of those decisions on your customer profile, product advantages, and competition. Fee $59 • CEUs: .3 Y155 Burnett-Keener SH-258 Th 6-9p Class begins 06/13/13 and ends 06/13/13.

Import Export Now!

Online

Now you can learn to be self-employed in the import and/or export of goods or services with this step-by-step, hands-on, nine-week course. Develop your product or service and find the best suppliers and customers. Learn to work with banks, currency, insurance, government agencies and other trade entities in order to conduct trade worldwide at the small business level. After this course, you may join a listserv of former students, so access to the instructor and peers never ends. Textbook required. Fee $95 • CEUs: 1.8 Spiers J ARR ARR ARR Y427 Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 06/12/13.

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Spring 2013 Business Book Discussion - 6 Class Series

Time has become our most valuable resource. Getting more w done and being more effective is the brass ring of business Ne success. Kirk Davis, Certified Business Advisor at Green River’s SBAC, helps you take advantage of the newest research and proven concepts of time management. With his trademark humor and clear insight, he makes it fun to learn how to get more out of your time. Save $71 by registering for the series. Fee $189 • CEUs: 1.2 Y415 Davis K Kent-324 Th 4-7p Class begins 04/25/13 and ends 05/16/13.

Looking for ideas to take your business to the next level? w Kirk Davis, Certified Business Advisor at Green River’s SBAC, Ne will facilitate a discussion on 6 best-selling business books. If possible, read books before attending. Summaries provided at the beginning of each class. Individual class is $65. Save $95 by taking the series. Fee $295 • CEUs: 1.8 Davis K Kent-324 W 4-7p Y420 Class begins 05/22/13 and ends 06/26/13.

Power Of A Completed Task And Goal Setting

1. Great by Choice; Jim Collings Y421 Davis K Kent-324 Class begins 05/22/13 and ends 05/22/13. 2. Tipping Point; Malcolm Gladwell Y422 Davis K Kent-324 Class begins 05/29/13 and ends 05/29/13. 3. Tribes; Seth Godin Y423 Davis K Kent-324 Class begins 06/05/13 and ends 06/05/13. 4. Halo Effect; Phil Rosenzweig Davis K Kent-324 Y424 Class begins 06/12/13 and ends 06/12/13. 5. Blue Ocean Strategy; W. Chan Kim Y425 Davis K Kent-324 Class begins 06/19/13 and ends 06/19/13. 6. Made to Stick; Chip and Dan Heath Y426 Davis K Kent-324 Class begins 06/26/13 and ends 06/26/13.

The foundation of time management and all success is task completion. Unfinished work piles up and creates all kinds of stress. It is important to set worthwhile and meaningful goals in the context of completing tasks. Fee $65 • CEUs: .3 Davis K Kent-324 Th 4-7p Y416 Class begins 04/25/13 and ends 04/25/13.

The 80/20 Approach To Setting Priorities

Studies show that 20 percent of your effort creates 80 percent of your results. By recognizing and discerning activities that matter and make a difference, you can be more efficient in your goal accomplishment and free up hours of wasted time. Fee $65 • CEUs: .3 Davis K Kent-324 Th 4-7p Y417 Class begins 05/02/13 and ends 05/02/13.

The Fine Art Of Delegating/Finding The Right Time Management System For You

Delegation is at the heart of the idea behind the book “The 4-hour Workweek” by Tim Ferriss. Learning how to say no, delegate, or outsource tasks when possible is a major time management skill. There are many time management systems available today. Discover which time management system works best for you. Fee $65 • CEUs: .3 Y418 Davis K Kent-324 Th 4-7p Class begins 05/09/13 and ends 05/09/13.

Turning Chaos Into Order Through Structure

Now that you have the basic concepts, tools, and skills of time management, take it to the next level. Explore time management best practices and discover lessons learned from studies, authors, personal experience, and your peers. Fee $65 • CEUs: .3 Davis K Kent-324 Th 4-7p Y419 Class begins 05/16/13 and ends 05/16/13.

Small Business Start-Up Orientation Includes how to obtain business licenses and what kind are needed; business application questions; available resources; why you need and how to write a business plan; and what lenders look for in a loan application. No cost to attend but advanced registration is required. Kent Campus (253) 520-6260

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SMALL BUSINESS

Time Management For Business Leaders - 4 Class Series

Small Business Assistance Center Designed to provide technical assistance at no cost to small businesses in the south King and north Pierce County areas, the SBAC can help you with all your business needs: • Small business management • Buying or selling a business • Business location analysis • Marketing and sales • Financial and cash flow management • Inventory control • Sources of capital • Business plan development Call our Small Business Assistance Center for more information or to set up an appointment. (253) 520-6261

Deanna Burnett-Keener SBAC Director Certified Business Advisor

Kirk Davis Certified Business Advisor

Small Business classes are partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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SOCIAL MEDIA AND MARKETING

Continuing Education Social Media And Marketing Leading Edge Social Media Marketing - 6 Class Series What is the newest, latest, and greatest in social media w marketing? How are companies taking advantage of this Ne world-wide phenomenon? How can it benefit your company? Kirk Davis, Certified Business Advisor at Green River’s SBAC, helps you take advantage of the social media marketing landscape. Enroll in the series for a $95 savings. Fee $295 • CEUs: 1.8 Y408 Davis K Cov City Hall W 4-7p Class begins 04/03/13 and ends 05/15/13.

Facebook

Learn how to use Facebook business pages, personal pages, and Facebook ads to gain more market share and get an edge over your competitors. Discover the latest concepts and best practices of Facebook social media marketing. Fee $65 • CEUs: .3 Y409 Davis K Cov City Hall W 4-7p Class begins 04/03/13 and ends 04/03/13.

Pinterest

Did you know that Pinterest drives more traffic to web sites and is responsible for more online sales than almost any other social media? Don’t miss this opportunity to learn best practices and new ideas for taking your Pinterest marketing to the next level. Fee $65 • CEUs: .3 Y410 Davis K Cov City Hall W 4-7p Class begins 04/10/13 and ends 04/10/13.

Twitter

Twitter continues to be an amazing way to meet people who can be influential to your business. Do you Twitter? Learn the newest ideas for incorporating Twitter into your marketing strategy. Fee $65 • CEUs: .3 Davis K Cov City Hall W 4-7p Y411 Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 04/17/13.

LinkedIn

LinkedIn continues to be the number one way to find a job and conduct business-to-business networking and contacting. Discover the newest ideas and best practices of LinkedIn marketing. Fee $65 • CEUs: .3 Davis K Cov City Hall W 4-7p Y412 Class begins 05/01/13 and ends 05/01/13.

Google+

Did you know that the world’s biggest search engine rewards social signals? Google+ continues to grow and to be influential in search engine marketing. Learn how to use Google+ social media to your advantage. Help your customers find you more easily. Fee $65 • CEUs: .3 Y413 Davis K Cov City Hall W 4-7p Class begins 05/08/13 and ends 05/08/13.

Social Bookmarking

Learn the secrets of reaching your customers that use social sharing and bookmarking sites like Reddit, StumbleUpon, Delicious, Instagram, etc. Social bookmarking continues to grow in popularity and in reasons for us to use it for social media marketing. Fee $65 • CEUs: .3 Y414 Davis K Cov City Hall W 4-7p Class begins 05/15/13 and ends 05/15/13.

Video Marketing Certificate - 2 Class Series Fee $395 • Save $95 by taking the series. ARR Y497 Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 05/31/13.

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Video Marketing

Video is hypnotic and quickly speeds up the “know, like and trust” factor with your audience. Discover how to use simple online video to quickly bond with your viewer, drive traffic to your web site, boost business and build brand awareness. Find out how to shoot simple, effective videos without costly fancy equipment or savvy technical skills. Learn to dominate Google and YouTube with your video. Fee $245 • CEUs: 1.6 Y498 ARR ARR ARR Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 04/26/13. Online

YouTube For Business

Increase your business with YouTube, the online video site and the second largest search engine. Discover what types of video work best on YouTube, how other business organizations are using YouTube, how to create your own YouTube channel, and the techniques of adding captions, annotations and other extra features. You will learn proven strategies and techniques for making YouTube work successfully for your organization. Fee $245 • CEUs: 1.6 Y499 ARR ARR ARR Class begins 05/06/13 and ends 05/31/13.

Mobile Marketing Certificate - 3 Class Series Fee $595 • Save $90 by taking the series. Y500 ARR Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 06/28/13.

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Mobile Marketing

More than half of U.S. consumers who’ve made purchases on their Smartphone have done so in response to a mobile marketing message. Find out about location-based marketing, mobile payments, QR codes, applications, and mobile coupons. You will learn how mobile marketing can increase your capabilities to retain current customers and gain new ones. Fee $195 • CEUs: 1.6 Y501 ARR ARR ARR Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 04/26/13. Online

Creating Cell Phone Apps For Your Business

Cell phone apps are the latest way smart businesses are reaching their customers. This course will provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to build, deploy and market Smartphone applications across Android, iPhone and Blackberry platforms. The course is ideal for business owners and executives who want to understand how Smartphone apps can be inexpensively built, and also for technical users who want to understand how to quickly deploy Smartphone applications. Fee $245 • CEUs: 1.6 Y502 ARR ARR ARR Class begins 05/06/13 and ends 05/31/13. Online

Advanced Mobile Marketing

Get the knowledge needed to implement a mobile marketing plan for your organization. Topics include proximity marketing, mobile marketing metrics, and developing a mobile marketing campaign. Learn how to promote your app on the web, build a landing page for your app, and advanced tracking of your application usage. You will take home a blueprint for creating guidelines and standards or your mobile marketing effort, and the ability to measure its success. Fee $245 • CEUs: 1.6 Y503 ARR ARR ARR Class begins 06/03/13 and ends 06/28/13.

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Spring 2013

The hottest and potentially cheapest way to reach your customers now is with social media. Learn the latest tips and tricks on how to effectively and easily use social media to promote your business with a minimum time commitment. You’ll learn principles, recent discoveries, and case studies to help you determine the best social media strategy for your business. Explore the social media communities that make the most sense for your business. Fee $167 • CEUs: 1.2 Y400 Robbins R Kent-274 M 5-8p Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 04/22/13.

Instructors Wanted! Green River Community College is looking for qualified instructors with expertise in a wide range of topic areas. We are currently seeking instructors for the following topics:

SQL Geneology Microsoft Office Database Design Web and Graphic Development Administrative Assistant Healthcare Programs Languages for Business Leadership and Management Topics Lifelong Learning Consider becoming a Continuing Education instructor. Find out more at

www.greenriver.edu/ce “Teach For Us.”

Computer Basics Computers For Beginners Series - 5 Classes Save $50 by taking the series. Fee $175 • CEUs: 1.5 Y452 Roberson G Kent-255 TTh Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 04/30/13. HL-148 Sa Y160 Staff Class begins 04/20/13 and ends 05/18/13.

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Understanding The Basics Of Your Computer

Getting a handle on your computer can make your work a whole lot easier! Learn the basic system components, what they do, and how they interact. Learn the meaning of terms like “gigabyte” and “RAM” and why it’s important to make sure you have enough of it! Fee $45 • CEUs: .3 Y453 Roberson G Kent-255 T 9a-12p Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 04/16/13. Y161 Staff HL-148 Sa 9a-12p Class begins 04/20/13 and ends 04/20/13.

COMPUTER BASICS

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Introduction To Windows

Learn the basics of Windows 7 such as customizing your desktop, working within a windows environment, using the taskbar, and working with the Start Menu and its many options. Exploring the Control Panel and customizing your mouse will also be discussed. Fee $45 • CEUs: .3 Y454 Roberson G Kent-255 Th 9a-12p Class begins 04/18/13 and ends 04/18/13. Y162 Staff HL-148 Sa 9a-12p Class begins 04/27/13 and ends 04/27/13.

Creating, Finding And Organizing Your Files

Once you start using a computer regularly, you will find out those documents and pictures need to be organized. Learn to create and save files and documents in different locations on your computer. Other topics include the different parts of a file name, how a computer “thinks,” erasing files, and creating folders. Fee $45 • CEUs: .3 Y455 Roberson G Kent-255 T 9a-12p Class begins 04/23/13 and ends 04/23/13. Y163 Staff HL-148 Sa 9a-12p Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/04/13.

Introduction To E-Mail

COMPUTERS Computer Training Preview: Information Session Make the right choice for you. Are you wondering where to begin your computer training? Come to this FREE information session for an overview of our courses. We’ll help you determine which classes will best meet your needs. Computer class instructors will be available for one-on-one advising and guidance. Registration for future computer classes or series will be available. NO FEE, Y451. Wednesday, April 3 from 6-7pm Kent Campus, Room 255

Learn to create your own e-mail, send and receive attachments like pictures and documents, create and manage an address book, plus tips on e-mail etiquette and outsmarting malicious spam. No e-mail account is necessary. Fee $45 • CEUs: .3 Y456 Roberson G Kent-255 Th 9a-12p Class begins 04/25/13 and ends 04/25/13. Y164 Staff HL-148 Sa 9a-12p Class begins 05/11/13 and ends 05/11/13.

Introduction To The Internet: The World At Your Fingertips

The Internet is your gateway to a whole new world of information. Learn the basics of how to search for information, read the news, get directions, print a map, book a hotel or airline reservation, research medical issues, or shop for everything from cars to groceries. We will also discuss how to safely download information from the Internet and save it to your computer. Fee $45 • CEUs: .3 Y457 Roberson G Kent-255 T 9a-12p Class begins 04/30/13 and ends 04/30/13. Y165 Staff HL-148 Sa 9a-12p Class begins 05/18/13 and ends 05/18/13.

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MICROSOFT OFFICE APPLICATIONS

Continuing Education Microsoft Office Applications Office 2010 Basic Skills Certificate - 5 Class Series Information is power! Complete this introductory certificate program and discover the value of using Microsoft Office 2010. You will learn to use Microsoft programs for word processing, presentations, e-mail, databases, and spreadsheets using Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access and Excel. Texts included. Fee $499 • CEUs: 3.5 Kent-255 F 8a-4p Y458 Multiple Class begins 05/03/13 and ends 05/31/13.

Microsoft Word 2010 - 3 Class Series Series includes Microsoft Word 2010 Levels 1, 2 and 3 at a savings of $38. Fee $349 • CEUs: 2.1 Minnis J Kent-255 F 8a-4p Y459 Class begins 05/03/13 and ends 05/17/13.

Microsoft Word 2010 Level 1

Learn to create, edit and enhance standard business or personal documents. Topics include editing, formatting, creating and modifying tables, controlling layout, proofreading, and more. Text included. Fee $129 • CEUs: .7 Y460 Minnis J Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/03/13 and ends 05/03/13.

Microsoft Word 2010 Level 2

Learn how to manage lists, modify tables and charts, customize the formatting of a document using styles and themes, adjust pictures and create customized graphic elements in a document, insert content using Quick Parts, control text flow, use templates to automate document creation, use the mail merge function, and use macros to automate common tasks. Text included. Fee $129 • CEUs: .7 Minnis J Kent-287 F 8a-4p Y461 Class begins 05/10/13 and ends 05/10/13.

Microsoft Word 2010 Level 3

Learn how to use Word and other programs, collaborate and manage document versions, add reference marks and notes, simplify the use of long documents, secure a document, and create forms. Text included. Fee $129 • CEUs: .7 Y462 Minnis J Kent-287 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/17/13 and ends 05/17/13.

Managing Lengthy Documents In Word 2010

Are you working on a special project like a family cookbook, a manual at the office, or writing a book? Streamline your workload as you learn to effectively organize and manipulate those lengthy documents, use field codes, create outlines, build a table of contents and an index, and track changes online. Text included. Fee $89 • CEUs: .4 Y463 Larson G Kent-255 W 8a-12p Class begins 05/22/13 and ends 05/22/13.

Designing Forms And Recording Macros In Word 2010

Transform the way you work as you find out how to design and build forms that can be created to be filled in online or as a printed document, as well as record macros to help automate common tasks. Prerequisite: Word 2010 Level 2 or equivalent experience. Text included. Fee $59 • CEUs: .2 Y464 Larson G Kent-255 W 8-10a Class begins 05/29/13 and ends 05/29/13.

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Microsoft Excel 2010 - 3 Class Series Take our Excel 2010 series and unlock the potential of this powerful spreadsheet program. Thorough knowledge of Excel 2010 will make you more productive and valuable in today’s business environment. Series includes Excel 2010 Levels 1, 2 and 3 at a savings of $78. Fee $369 • CEUs: 2.1 Larson G Kent-255 TTh 5:30-9p Y469 Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 05/02/13. Y465 Multiple Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/17/13 and ends 05/31/13.

Microsoft Excel 2010 Level 1

Learn to create a basic worksheet, perform calculations, modify a worksheet, change the appearance of data within a worksheet, manage your workbooks, and print the content of a worksheet. Text included. Fee $149 • CEUs: .7 Y470 Larson G Kent-255 TTh 5:30-9p Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 04/18/13. Urbas T Kent-255 F 8a-4p Y466 Class begins 05/17/13 and ends 05/17/13.

Microsoft Excel 2010 Level 2

Create advanced formulas, organize worksheet and table data using various techniques, create and modify charts, and analyze data using PivotTables, Slicers, and PivotCharts. You will be taught to insert and modify graphic objects in a worksheet, and how to customize and enhance workbooks. Prerequisite: Microsoft Excel Level 1 or equivalent experience. Text included. Fee $149 • CEUs: .7 Larson G Kent-255 TTh 5:30-9p Y471 Class begins 04/23/13 and ends 04/25/13. Y467 Urbas T Kent-287 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/24/13 and ends 05/24/13.

Microsoft Excel 2010 Level 3

Enhance productivity and efficiency by streamlining the workflow. Learn to collaborate with other workbook users, audit worksheets, analyze data, work with multiple workbooks, import and export data, integrate Excel data with the web, and structure workbooks with XML. Prerequisite: Microsoft Excel Level 2 or equivalent experience. Text included. Fee $149 • CEUs: .7 Larson G Kent-255 TTh 5:30-9p Y472 Class begins 04/30/13 and ends 05/02/13. Y468 Minnis J Kent-287 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/31/13 and ends 05/31/13.

Automating Tasks In Excel 2010

Do you do the same tasks over and over again in Excel? Simplify your workload as you automate those repetitive and complex tasks using macros. Pick up the skills you need to create and edit macros. Learn how to use interactive macros and how to assign macros to objects. Prerequisite: Strong intermediate level knowledge of Excel 2010, including experience working with functions and linking data. Text included. Fee $149 • CEUs: .7 Y473 Larson G Kent-255 W 8a-4p Class begins 06/05/13 and ends 06/05/13.

Pivot Tables And Data Analysis

With your intermediate-level knowledge of Excel 2010, including experience using functions and creating basic charts, you’ll build on those skills to learn how to effectively analyze and report data with emphasis on managing data and using pivot tables. Text included. Fee $89 • CEUs: .4 Y474 Larson G Kent-255 W 8a-12p Class begins 06/12/13 and ends 06/12/13.

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Level 1. Get started with PowerPoint and learn to create a professional presentation. You’ll learn how to format text on slides, add graphical objects to a presentation, modify objects on slides, add tables and charts to a presentation, and prepare to deliver a presentation. Text included. Fee $129 • CEUs: .7 Y475 Larson G Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/24/13 and ends 05/24/13. Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 - Dynamic Presentations New Level 2. Create dynamic and visually pleasing presentations by adding special effects and customizing your PowerPoint interface. Learn how to collaborate and then secure your presentation to authenticate its validity and then how to distribute your presentation. Designed for professionals who want to use PowerPoint to prepare presentations and be more productive in their work. Prerequisites: Intro to Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010 or equivalent knowledge and skills. Text included. Fee $129 • CEUs: .7 Y476 Larson G Kent-274 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/31/13 and ends 05/31/13.

Microsoft Access 2010 - 3 Class Series Save $58 when you register for the Access series. Fee $389 • CEUs: 2.1 Y479 Urbas T Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/31/13 and ends 06/14/13.

Microsoft Access 2010 Level 1

Learn to identify and work with the basic components “Excellent class. of an Access database, build the structure of a database, Terrie Urbas makes the manage data in tables, query complicated, simple.” a database, design forms and generate reports. Prerequisite: -Microsoft Access student Basic computer skills and Windows 7 experience. Text included. Fee $149 • CEUs: .7 Y480 Urbas T Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/31/13 and ends 05/31/13.

Microsoft Access 2010 Level 2

Introduction To Microsoft Outlook 2010

Enhance your database skills by learning to streamline data entry and maintain data integrity. Find out how to join tables, create flexible queries to display specified records, allow for user-determined query criteria, and modify data using queries. You’ll also learn how to improve forms, customize reports and produce specific print layouts, and share data between Access and other applications. Prerequisite: Access Level 1 or equivalent experience. Text included. Fee $149 • CEUs: .7 Y481 Urbas T Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 06/07/13 and ends 06/07/13.

w Ne Level 2. Organize yourself and increase productivity as you learn to customize your message settings, organize and locate Outlook messages, set calendar options, track activities using the Journal, assign and track tasks, share folder information, and customize your Outlook environment. Designed for the experienced Outlook user. Prerequisite: Intro to Microsoft Office Outlook 2010, or have equivalent knowledge; typing and Windows 7 experience are recommended. Text included. Fee $139 • CEUs: .7 Y478 Larson G Kent-274 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/17/13 and ends 05/17/13.

Microsoft Access 2010 Level 3

Level 1. Unleash your ability within Outlook and be effective in composing and sending mail, responding to messages, and organizing e-mail messages into folders. Make full use of the features in Outlook by learning to manage contacts and contact information, schedule appointments and meetings, and manage tasks and notes. Text included. Fee $139 • CEUs: .7 Y477 Larson G Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/10/13 and ends 05/10/13.

Outlook 2010 – Customizing Your Environment

Prepare for the MOS Exams The Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification Exams are a great way to document your knowledge and abilities. Prepare yourself for the Microsoft Office Specialist Exams with the: •

MS Office Word 2010 Series (exam 77-881)

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Intro To Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

Create dynamic reports with ease once you understand how to structure existing data, write advanced queries, simplify tasks with macros, create effective reports, and perform your own database maintenance. Prerequisite: Access Level 2 or equivalent experience. Text included. Fee $149 • CEUs: .7 Urbas T Kent-255 F 8a-4p Y482 Class begins 06/14/13 and ends 06/14/13.

QuickBooks QuickBooks For Small Business

Learn how to set up your small business accounting system and work with Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and more. Students should know basic business practices and have Microsoft Windows proficiency. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills and Windows 7 experience. Fee $189 • CEUs: 1.2 Bagocius M Kent-255 TTh 6-9p Y495 Class begins 05/07/13 and ends 05/16/13.

Advanced QuickBooks For Small Business

For QuickBooks users who need to learn to do payroll functions, calculate and record payroll and business taxes, run and modify important reports that track inventory, profits, cash flow, and much more! Prerequisite: Quickbooks for Small Business or equivalent experience. Fee $129 • CEUs: .6 Y496 Bagocius M Kent-255 TTh 6-9p Class begins 05/21/13 and ends 05/23/13.

MS Office Excel 2010 Series MS Office Access 2010 Series

*Green River offers preparation classes but is not a testing site. For information about the exams and testing sites visit www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/mos-certification

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WEB AND GRAPHIC PRODUCTION

Continuing Education Creating Web Sites With WordPress

Web And Graphic Production

You found it, a simple way to create a web site–using WordPress, a free and easy to use content management system. In the past WordPress was used for blogging, now it is being used to build powerful web sites for multiple purposes. Get the skills you need to get your web site up and running using WordPress. Text included. Fee $135 • CEUs: .9 Y485 Minnis J Kent-255 F 9a-12p Class begins 04/12/13 and ends 04/26/13.

Certificate In Web Production And Management: Beginning - 3 Class Series Take all three classes and earn a certificate showing you’ve mastered the fundamentals of web production. Whether you are a professional who needs to refine your skills or you are seeking to upgrade your computer skills for a competitive edge, this series will provide you with a solid foundation. Text included. Fee $649 • CEUs: 2.7 Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Y486 Class begins 04/08/13 and ends 05/06/13.

Certificate In Graphic Production: Beginning - 3 Class Series

Dreamweaver CS5.5 From The Beginning

Design, build, and upload a web site using Dreamweaver CS5.5. Learn the fundamentals for enhancing the functionality of web sites. Text included. Fee $237 • CEUs: .6 Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Y487 Class begins 04/08/13 and ends 04/15/13.

Adobe Fireworks CS5

Learn the tools and features of Adobe Fireworks CS5 to create and edit vector graphics, apply interesting effects, add graphical text, optimize graphics, and export as HTML. Prerequisite: working with web design applications to create graphics. Text included. Fee $237 • CEUs: .6 Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Y488 Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 04/22/13. Create web pages or components that contain text, graphics, and animation that will display correctly in almost every browser. Prerequisite: Must be comfortable using browsers and have a basic understanding of HTML and design. Text included. Fee $237 • CEUs: 1.2 Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Y489 Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 05/06/13.

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Acrobat X Pro – Creating And Optimizing PDFs

w Ne Learn to create, update and navigate through PDF documents, work with multiple documents and search for specific content, as well as how to review, validate and optimize PDFs into other formats. Designed for students with little or no experience using Adobe Acrobat Pro but who need to create and share PDF files and portfolios. Prerequisite: Experience with the Windows and Microsoft Office programs. Text included. Fee $149 • CEUs: .7 Y483 Minnis J Kent-274 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/24/13 and ends 05/24/13.

Acrobat X Pro – Customized Documents And Forms New

Create PDFs from technical documents, enhance and customize the utility and accessibility, create interactive PDF forms for online use with Adobe LiveCycle Designer, and prepare PDF documents for printing. For office professionals who want to employ the advanced productivity and creative features of Acrobat X Pro. Prerequisite: Acrobat X Pro – Creating and Optimizing PDFs. Text included. Fee $149 • CEUs: .7 Y484 Minnis J Kent-274 F 8a-4p Class begins 06/07/13 and ends 06/07/13.

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Take all three classes and receive a certificate showing you’ve mastered the fundamentals of graphic production. Whether you are a professional who needs to communicate more effectively with your graphic designer or you are seeking to upgrade your computer skills for a edge in the job market, this series will provide you with a solid foundation in graphic production essentials. Text included. Fee $649 • CEUs: 3.0 Y490 Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Class begins 05/20/13 and ends 06/24/13.

Photoshop CS5.5 From The Beginning

Adobe Flash CS5

An introduction to Adobe Photoshop CS5.5. Learn the fundamentals of this powerful image editing program, including the basics of the menus, tools, palettes, resolution and graphics, working with selections, layers, enhancing images with paint and filters, image modes and color adjustments. Text included. Fee $237 • CEUs: .9 Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Y492 Class begins 05/20/13 and ends 05/29/13.

Getting Started With Illustrator CS5

You don’t need to be a professional artist to create beautiful graphics using Adobe Illustrator CS5. This class introduces the main tools of this vector program as well as time saving tricks for creating sharp and crisp artwork. Illustrator provides easy integration with other Adobe programs such as Flash, Photoshop and InDesign. Prerequisite: experience with editing text, saving and printing. Text included. Fee $237 • CEUs: .9 Y493 Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Class begins 06/03/13 and ends 06/10/13.

Getting Started With InDesign CS5

Using Adobe’s familiar tools and palettes, you’ll find it easy to create professional looking newsletters, flyers, posters and PDF files for the web or professional printing. Class uses the latest techniques for working with text and graphics to create multiple page layouts. Prerequisite: experience with Adobe. Text included. Fee $237 • CEUs: 1.2 Y494 Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Class begins 06/12/13 and ends 06/24/13.

Photoshop CS5.5 Stepping It Up

w Continue your exploration of Photoshop as we work with Ne retouching images and advanced layering techniques, and then go on to gain an understanding of vector paths, custom fills, and working with video files. Prerequisite: Photoshop CS5.5 From The Beginning or equivalent knowledge. Text included. Fee $237 • CEUs: .9 Y491 Minnis J Kent-255 Sa 9a-2p Class begins 06/01/13 and ends 06/08/13.

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Healthcare Programs Phlebotomy Technician Program

This 90-hour Phlebotomy Technician Program prepares professionals to collect blood specimens from clients for the purpose of laboratory analysis. Students will become familiar with all aspects related to blood collection and develop comprehensive skills to perform venipunctures completely and safely. Classroom and lab work includes terminology, anatomy and physiology; blood collection procedures; specimen hands-on practice; and training in skills and techniques to perform puncture methods. Fee $1,599 Staff Aub Center-110A Sa 9a-3:30p Y380 Class begins 04/20/13 and ends 08/03/13.

Real Estate Real Estate Licensing Requirements - 3 Class Package Washington State Department of Licensing requires 90 clock hours: Fundamentals 1, Fundamentals 2, and Sales Practices--register for Item #7651. All three online classes must be taken in consecutive order. Practice exams and textbook included. Call Continuing Education at ext. 2535 for more information. Fee: $529

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Instructor-Led Online Career Training Programs Prepare for today’s hottest careers from the comfort of your home or office! Non-credit online programs include: Business and Professional, Healthcare and Fitness, Media and Design, and more! For a complete listing of courses and descriptions, please visit

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Does an exciting career as a 911 call taker or dispatcher appeal to you? This 50-hour course introduces you to the basics and identifies what skills are necessary in your pursuit of this occupation. Learn about current technology and procedures in the 911 field, how to interview callers, make decisions, manage crisis, and prioritize job tasks while monitoring various calls and activities. Skills are transferable to other fields such as ambulance, taxi, and tow truck dispatch. For a brochure or details on an information session, call Continuing Education. Fee $599 • CEUs: 5.0 Y384 Carslay Y ZWC-105 TTh 6:30-9p Class begins 04/09/13 and ends 06/13/13.

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Flagger Training

Training consists of classroom instruction and state certification in flagging, traffic control and safety. Upon successful completion, participants receive a picture ID card with certification valid for three years. Fee includes textbook. Must be at least 18 years of age. Bring lunch. Special arrangements can also be made for group training at your business location. Fee $59 Y506 Smith S Kent-254 Class begins 04/05/13 and ends 04/05/13. Y781 Smith S Enumclaw-16 Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 04/17/13. Y367 Smith S ZWC-107 Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/04/13. Y505 Smith S Kent-254 Class begins 05/17/13 and ends 05/17/13. Y369 Smith S ZWC-107 Class begins 06/01/13 and ends 06/01/13. Y783 Smith S Enumclaw-16 Class begins 06/12/13 and ends 06/12/13.

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Forklift-Truck Operator Certification

This eight-hour course is designed to train operators for certification in sit-down counter-balanced forklift-trucks (light, medium and heavyduty). Students will have 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 Continuing Education for more information. Fee $189 • CEUs: .8 Levin E TID-47 Sa 8a-5p Y372 Class begins 04/20/13 and ends 04/20/13. Y375 Levin E TID-47 Sa 8a-5p Class begins 06/01/13 and ends 06/01/13.

Forklift Operator Certification (Weekday Class)

This 1-day course with Bottom Line Loss Control (BLLC) includes a classroom session, written test, operational training time, and one drive test on one of the following five types of forklifts: sit-down counter balance, stand-up, 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. Forklift recertification (BLLC) available for $99. Fee $189 • CEUs: .8 Y507 NW Handling W 7a-3:30p Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 04/24/13. Y508 NW Handling W 7a-3:30p Class begins 05/22/13 and ends 05/22/13.

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Online Courses for Teachers Ready, Set, Read! Learning specialist shows you how to develop successful readers and writers.

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Solving Classroom Discipline Problems Veteran teacher reveals the secrets to an orderly classroom. A step-by-step approach to effective, positive discipline.

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Our instructor-facilitated online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. All courses run for six weeks (with a 10-day grace period at the end). Courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any course entirely from your home or office. Any time of the day or night. Green River supports our area teachers! Clock hour certification available at no charge. Call Continuing Education at 253-833-9111, ext. 2535 for details.

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Creating K-12 Learning Materials Increase student performance and earn extra income by converting your ideas for instructional aids into reality. Survival Kit for New Teachers Veteran instructor shares the secrets for success in your first years of teaching. Working Successfully with Learning Disabled Students Successfully meet the diverse needs of the learning disabled students in your classroom. Using the Internet in the Classroom Discover how you can use the Internet to make teaching easier for you and more relevant to your students. The Creative Classroom Enrich your teaching talents and encourage your students’ creative thinking as you learn to turn your classroom into a creative classroom. Integrating Technology in the K-5 Classroom Take your teaching to another level with these fun new ways to incorporate technology into your lesson plans. Microsoft PowerPoint in the Classroom Motivate your students and enrich your lessons by bringing PowerPoint into your classroom.

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Microsoft Word in the Classroom Harness the power of the most popular word processing program on the market and become a more productive and creative teacher. Guided Reading and Writing Get the professional development training you need to improve student literacy. An accomplished teacher shares the secrets of turning guided reading strategies into opportunities for teaching writing. The Classroom Computer Learn how to use the classroom computer to increase learning and motivate students. Enhancing Language Development in Childhood Enrich the lives of your children by helping them become proficient speakers and thinkers. Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom Improve your ability to teach diverse learners with real-world examples from elementary, middle, and high school classrooms. Teaching Math Grades 4-6 Reinvent math instruction for grades 4-6 by bringing hands-on learning, inexpensive manipulatives, and real-world connections into your classroom. Teaching Science Grades 4-6 Increase your effectiveness as a science teacher for children in fourth through sixth grades. Understanding Adolescents Unlock the secrets of the adolescent mind to improve relations.

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“Joanne [Iwasaki] is so Explore traditional and experimental watercolor encouraging to each of us techniques. Class will include at different levels!” discussion and evaluation of works in progress. Materials list -Watercolor Painting student provided upon registration. Class is designed for beginners and intermediate students. Fee $99 • CEUs: 1.4 Iwasaki J Cov City Hall M 6:30-8:30p Y120 Class begins 04/22/13 and ends 06/10/13. “ Good class and good instructor. Well worth the time and money.”

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West Coast Swing A smooth form of swing that can be danced to almost any type of music. Nightclub 2-Step: The Basics Great way to get through weddings, parties, cruises, and other social dance occasions! Belly Dancing Low-impact weight-bearing exercise and suitable for all ages and body types.

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Landscape Oil Painting

Learn the “Bob Ross Wet-on-Wet Technique®” as seen on the popular television series, “The Joy of Painting.” Taught by instructor Pat Maxted, you will paint a different breathtakingly beautiful landscape each session. No experience required. Minimum age 14 (with a parent). A materials fee of $40 to be paid to the instructor on the first day of class. Fee $119 • CEUs: 1.4 Maxted P WT-16 Sa 8:30a-4p Y105A Class begins 04/20/13 and ends 04/27/13.

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Floral Oil Painting

Discover the joy of painting florals in oil using the “Bob Ross Wet-onWet Technique®.” Pat Maxted, a Bob Ross Certified Floral Instructor, will teach you step-by-step how to create your own finished floral painting each session. Minimum age 14 (with a parent). A materials fee of $40 to be paid to the instructor on the first day of class. Fee $119 • CEUs: 1.4 Y108 Maxted P WT-16 Sa 8:30a-4p Class begins 05/11/13 and ends 05/18/13.

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 which includes pencil, pastel, and charcoal. Materials list provided at time of registration. Fee $99 • CEUs: 1.2 Y110 Parker C IVC-108 W 6:30-8:30p Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 05/29/13.

Introduction To Mosaics

Introduce yourself to this beautiful and ancient art form with Mosaic artist Shelli Kufus. You’ll learn the basics of creating a design, picking materials (tile, glass, beads, stones), the application process, and how to grout. This hands-on class will provide you with the skills you need to make unique accent pieces for your home or garden. Project selection will be discussed in a class and a materials list provided after registration. Fee $79 • CEUs: .8 Y115 Kufus S HSB-4 M 6:30-8:30p Class begins 04/15/13 and ends 05/06/13.

Ditch the Workout, Join the Party! This is a great way to get in shape, lose some pounds, tone your body, and all while HAVING FUN! ZUMBA is a fusion of Latin and International dance steps and rhythms that create a dynamic, exciting, and effective fitness workout. We now offer two levels! •

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Continuing Education Secrets To Understanding Digital Photography

Introduction To The Art Of Metal Sculpture

Secrets To Understanding Digital Photography: Level 2

Matting And Framing Basics

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 (and user guide) that is capable of full manual control. Using Adobe Lightroom (and obtaining a free 30-day trial) will be discussed in class. Fee $125 • CEUs: 1.4 Manthey S SH-355 T 6:30-8:50p Y124 Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 05/21/13. Go beyond the basics! This class includes working with RAW images, advanced camera controls (exposure lock, spot meter, exposure compensation, advanced flash), using manual controls, shooting for HDR, retouching images in Lightroom or Photoshop, and composition. Three outdoor shooting labs included. Fee $125 • CEUs: 1.4 Manthey S SH-355 Th 6:30-8:50p Y125 Class begins 04/18/13 and ends 05/23/13.

Lightroom 4 And Photoshop: Bring Out The Best In Your Photographs

Lightroom is Adobe’s image management and enhancement program designed specifically for photographers. Lightroom makes managing, enhancing and sharing your photographs easy and efficient. Learn how to organize, back up, manage, and enhance your images. Learn to integrate Lightroom and Photoshop or Elements. Includes an introduction to Photoshop. No prior experience with Lightroom is necessary; laptop computer recommended but not required. Free 30-day Lightroom trial available. Fee $99 • CEUs: 1.0 Y126 Manthey S ZWC-104 Sa 9a-2p Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/11/13.

The Art Of Photography: It’s Not About The Camera

Learn the art of photographic composition and move beyond the snapshot. Train your eye to find the beauty around you and capture it in a compelling artistic way. Photo enhancement techniques including HDR and portrait retouching will also be covered. Class will cover portrait, macro, and landscape styles with weekly photo assignments and detailed critiques. Good working knowledge of your camera is required. Camera with manual control is recommended. Fee $119 • CEUs: 1.25 Y127 Manthey S SH-355 W 6:30-9p Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 05/22/13.

Fused Glass Garden Art

This lively 4-hour class is a fun way for students of all levels to try glass fusing. Create 2-3 garden inspired projects as you learn to cut, design, and fuse glass. Projects may include garden tiles, ornaments, or creating colorful glass elements to embellish new or existing garden art. Bring beads and charms, etc., to personalize finished products. All glass materials, tools, and supplies are provided in class. $125 material/firing fee per section paid to instructor. Classes held at Blue Dog Glass Art Studio. Fee $69 • CEUs: .4 Y116 Wendt D Blue Dog Glass Sa 9a-1p Class begins 04/13/13 and ends 04/13/13. Y118 Wendt D Blue Dog Glass Sa 9a-1p Class begins 05/18/13 and ends 05/18/13.

Impress your friends and family with your unique artwork! Explore the basics of constructing beautiful metal structures 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 (by instructor permission). Bring safety glasses and leather work gloves to class. Materials included. Fee $139 • CEUs: .9 Dent J TID-47 Sa 3-6p Y129 Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/18/13. Create a professional-looking matted and framed piece of art or photography! In this hands-on class you will learn proper measuring techniques for cutting single and double mats, how to prep and mount your artwork, how to clean glass and enclose in a frame, and properly attach appropriate hanging hardware. A $3 supply fee paid to instructor on first night of class. Fee $55 • CEUs: .4 Y122 Iwasaki J ZWC-104 Th 6-8:30p Class begins 04/25/13 and ends 05/02/13.

Cooking Demonstration classes held at Rainier Middle School

Cinco De Mayo Favorites

w Ne Enjoy a festive evening with Chef Marcello as you explore delicious Mexican cuisine. You’ll feast on authentic shredded tacos, braised chicken with chili peppers, and shrimp ceviche. He’ll also demonstrate and prepare delicious salsa, picadillo, and the best rice and beans south of the border. Helpful tips and secrets will be divulged. Fee $42 • CEUs: .25 Y210 Baylor M Rainier MS-609 T 6:30-9p Class begins 04/30/13 and ends 04/30/13.

Mother’s Day Brunch Ideas!

w Ne Learn how to prepare an impressive Mother’s Day brunch on a limited budget. Chef Marcello Baylor will take you step-by-step through the preparation of chicken Marsala with wild mushrooms, hand-made seafood cakes, beef stroganoff over fresh egg pasta, potatoes O’Brien, fresh fruit, Belgian waffles, and more! Bring your appetite! Fee $42 • CEUs: .25 Y212 Baylor M Rainier MS-609 T 6:30-9p Class begins 05/07/13 and ends 05/07/13.

Flavors Of The Mediterranean

Enjoy a flavor-filled evening as we embark on a trip through the Mediterranean region and feast on samples of traditional dishes such as Seafood Paella, homemade humus with fresh pita bread, chicken with a lemon and caper butter sauce, olive tapenades, and more! Fee $42 • CEUs: .25 Y214 Baylor M Rainier MS-609 T 6:30-9p Class begins 05/21/13 and ends 05/21/13.

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Spring is in the air! Learn to make beautiful, realistic-looking, sugar floral bouquets for your cake tops. Chef Lucinda will show you how to create and assemble colorful flowers such as daffodils, tulips, wild flowers, and pansies into lovely spring bouquets. Fee $49 • CEUs: .3

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w Ne Learn how to create a life-size gumpaste rose (same confection as sweetheart candy). These roses are not only real looking, but fairly easy to make and look beautiful on cakes or cupcakes for birthdays, weddings, showers, and other elegant celebrations. Bring 2 wash cloths, an apron, and something to write with. Fee $49 • CEUs: .3 Larson L Cov City Hall Y216 Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 04/24/13.

Dance/Fitness Beginning and Intermediate Yoga These introductory and intermediate classes provide you with the foundation of yoga postures and controlled breathing. You’ll learn to do poses with the proper alignment for your body using blocks, straps, and wedges. These classes combine Vinyasa, a series of poses focusing on aligning movement with the breath, and Yin, a style of yoga which targets the connective tissues such as the joints, ligaments and bones.

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Decadent Petite Cupcakes

Just in time for Mother’s Day! Learn to make and decorate elegant bite-sized cupcakes using various flavors and fillings. Lucinda will demonstrate how to make these mini-cakes such as poppy seed with lemon curd filling, and cream bouquet (wedding cake flavor) covered with simple springtime sugar flowers. Other cupcake flavor ideas discussed. Fee $45 • CEUs: .25 Y219 Larson L IVC-108 Th 6:30-9p Class begins 05/02/13 and ends 05/02/13.

Delicious Homemade Scones

Learn to make delicious scones like you get at the Fair but make them from scratch! In this demonstration class, instructor Kelly Maguire will share the basic recipe for scrumptious warm scones oozing with butter and your favorite jam. Scone variation ideas from sweet to savory will be provided for elegant afternoon teas, holiday breakfast treats...or anytime! Sampling included and encouraged. Fee $32 • CEUs: .15 Y220 Maguire K Rainier MS-609 W 6:30-8p Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 04/24/13.

An American Tradition: Pie Making Made Easy

Who doesn’t love pie? Instructor Kelly Maguire has over 20 years of experience at The Puyallup Fair in baking awardwinning pies. She’ll give you all the information, tips, and tricks you need to go home and make those perfect pies. Demonstration includes what tools and ingredients to use to make flakey crusts, two-crust pies, delicious fruit pies, cream pies, and more! Sampling included! Fee $42 • CEUs: .25 Y200 Maguire K Rainier MS-609 W Class begins 05/08/13 and ends 05/08/13.

Yoga

Now at Kent Campus 10 classes - $110 - Y516 5 classes - $65 - Y517

w Ne Come practice yoga poses and relaxation techniques designed for every body type. Yoga helps to develop strength and stability in joints as well as develop the full range of motion of joints. Learn to practice this gentle way to build strength and flexibility. Y516 or Y517 Williams-Cisse Kent-289 W 5:30-6:30p Class begins 04/03/13 and ends 06/12/13. w Intermediate Yoga Ne Build on the Yoga techniques you already know. Intermediate classes move at a slightly higher pace for those who are familiar with basic Vinyasa and Yin poses. Y516 or Y517 Williams-Cisse Kent-289 Th 7-8p Class begins 04/04/13 and ends 06/13/13.

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Health Education

West Coast Swing

Learn what to do while waiting for help during a medical emergency. Approved by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industry and the American Heart Association. Student handbooks and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) certification included; pediatric certification also available. Bring sack lunch. Fee $59 • CEUs: .8 Y238 Dennis D HSB-4 Sa 8:30a-4:30p Class begins 05/18/13 and ends 05/18/13.

Line Dancing For Fun And Fitness!

Born on the West Coast! This smooth form of swing can be danced to almost any type of Blues, Rock & Roll, Country, Jazz, or contemporary music. Singles and couples welcome. Fee $55 • CEUs: .5 Y190 Imlay M LC Th 7:30-8:30p Class begins 05/02/13 and ends 05/30/13.

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 $55 • CEUs: .5 Y192 Imlay M LC Th 8:30-9:30p Class begins 05/02/13 and ends 05/30/13. w Zumba Gold Ne Zumba Gold allows the deconditioned exerciser and the active older adult to experience the same party atmosphere as regular Zumba while getting a great workout! It is also great for beginners and provides an opportunity for the student to learn the steps easier. Come to the party! Fee $75 • CEUs: .8 Caplan S OEB-9 M 6:15-7:15p Y194 Class begins 04/15/13 and ends 06/10/13.

Zumba Dance/Fitness

Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is a fusion of Latin and International dance steps and rhythms that create a dynamic, exciting, and effective fitness system--and it’s easy to do! The FUN routines feature aerobic/fitness interval training and resistance training to maximize caloric output, fat burning, total body toning, and provides long-term health benefits. Zumba is a “feel happy” workout that is great for both the body and mind. No dance experience needed. Fee $75 • CEUs: .8 Y196 Caplan S OEB-9 M 7:30-8:30p Class begins 04/15/13 and ends 06/10/13.

Belly Dancing For Fun And Fitness, Beginning

This beautiful Middle Eastern dance is low-impact, weight-bearing exercise and suitable for all ages and body types. You will increase your flexibility, stamina, circulation, and balance as well as tone muscles while creating smooth, undulating movements. This class is a non-threatening, total body experience that everyone can benefit from and enjoy! Wear workout clothing. Fee $95 • CEUs: 1.2 Y175 Lindland F OEB-9 W 6:30-8p Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 06/05/13.

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HIV/AIDS Certification

Students check out and independently watch four video tapes or DVDs with reference notebook. This program meets the HIV/AIDS education requirement mandated for certification by the Washington State Department of Health. Fee $59 • CEUs: .7 ARR ARR ARR Y235

First Aid And CPR

Home And Garden Clutter Clearing: Organizing Space And Unleashing Your Energy

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Basic Pruning

Learn the basics of pruning so you can do it right. This course will teach reasons to prune, how pruning affects plant growth, and the influence it will have on flowering and fruiting. Learn the differences of pruning evergreens and deciduous trees, fruit and rose plants, and the tools of the trade. Fee $39 • CEUs: .25 Haywood A ZWC-104 W 6:30-9p Y260 Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 04/17/13.

Fruit Growing In Your Backyard

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Learn how to use various non-powered and powered hand tools as well as basic woodworking machinery. You’ll leave class with a woodworking project you built yourself (to be determined in class). Materials included. Fee $129 • CEUs: .8 Hoffman B TIA-14 Sa 8a-4:30p Y250 Class begins 04/20/13 and ends 04/20/13.

Deck Building 101

Learn common framing methods for building a ground-level, flat wood deck and simple railing. In addition, you will learn building codes as it relates to decks and types of decking material currently available. Materials included. Fee $129 • CEUs: .8 Y253 Hoffman B TIA-14 Sa 8a-4:30p Class begins 05/18/13 and ends 05/18/13.

Home Maintenance 101

Learn how to repair common drywall dings, repair toilets and sinks, basic electricity (how it works) and other basic home maintenance repairs. Materials included. Fee $129 • CEUs: .8 Y256 Hoffman B TIA-14 Sa 8a-4:30p Class begins 06/08/13 and ends 06/08/13.

Basics Of Canning Jams And Jellies

If you’ve never canned before because you think it’s too complicated, this class will change your mind and your pantry forever! Instructor Vicki Reninger has 30 years experience and numerous Puyallup Fair “Grand Champion” awards. She will demonstrate how to make delicious fruit jams and jellies using the boiling water bath as well as freezer jam methods. Handouts and yummy sampling provided. Fee $42 • CEUs: .25 Reninger V Rainier MS-609 W 6:30-9p Y222 Class begins 06/05/13 and ends 06/05/13.

Drying Food (And Maximizing Your Nutrients)

Drying food takes the water out of the food source. Because drying does not use extreme heat, it does not destroy as many of the nutrients as canning or cooking. Instructor Vicki Reninger will demonstrate and explain why we dry food, the process, the equipment used, how to dry meat, vegetables, fruits, herbs, and why we pasteurize after drying. If you have a garden or access to seasonal produce, then drying foods is an activity you should explore. Handouts and sampling provided. Fee $42 • CEUs: .25 Y228 Reninger V Rainier MS-609 W 6:30-9p Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 04/17/13.

Canning Under Pressure

Pressure canning can be intimidating but it really is safe and simple. Instructor Vicki Reninger will explain why you might want to pressure can your foods, the equipment needed, correctly using your pressure canner, and demonstrate how to preserve your vegetables and meats. Discussion also includes the warnings of bacteria and yeasts, and how to identify spoiled products. Handouts and sampling included. Fee $42 • CEUs: .25 Y226 Reninger V Rainier MS-609 Class begins 05/01/13 and ends 05/01/13.

Pickling Foods 101

Pickling is one of the oldest known ways of preserving food and liquids. Vicki Reninger has won many awards in the “Preserved Foods” category at the Puyallup Fair and shares her knowledge about the art of pickling. She will demonstrate and explain why we pickle food, the equipment and ingredients used, and many tips and tricks, and do’s and don’ts in pickling foods. Handouts and sampling included. Fee $42 • CEUs: .25 Y224 Reninger V Rainier MS-609 W 6:30-9p Class begins 05/15/13 and ends 05/15/13.

Canning Tomatoes

w Ne There’s something magical about a sun-warmed tomato, just picked from the vine. Learn to capture this fresh flavor as the instructor demonstrates a step-by-step lesson in preparing and canning tomatoes. She’ll provide you with the latest information on canning methods using boiling water and pressure canners as well as the processing method to safely can your fresh tomatoes. Fee $42 • CEUs: .25 Reninger V Rainier MS-609 W 6:30-9p Y205 Class begins 05/22/13 and ends 05/22/13. w Ne Canning Tomato Salsa

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Canning allows you to enjoy the taste of fresh, homemade salsa year round. The instructor will demonstrate how to make this spicy sauce using boiling water canners. She will provide you with lots of up-to-date information on the process and why you need to add acids (and what kinds) to your recipes to safely can your salsa. Recipes included. Fee $42 • CEUs: .25 Y206 Reninger V Rainier MS-609 W 6:30-9p Class begins 06/12/13 and ends 06/12/13.

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• Communicating Between Generations..................... pg 5 • Working Smarter - Time Management..................... pg 5 • Leading Edge Social Media Marketing................... pg 10

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Continuing Education In A Class By Itself Community Access Card To Holman Library

Provides one quarter of access privileges for Holman Library’s computers containing Internet, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, databases and over 1,000 journals online. Register with Continuing Education. Fee $40 Y270 ARR ARR ARR

SAT Preparation

Be prepared! Your SAT scores are one important way colleges determine if you are a desirable applicant. Therefore, earning your best possible score will impact your college choices. This class will equip you with key test-taking strategies, provide you with an overview of test content areas and question types, and most importantly...help you design a personal study plan for the exam. Includes two practice tests and various study resources. Textbook required. Fee $79 • CEUs: 1.05 Y273 Butcher M SH-254 Th 4-5:45p Class begins 04/11/13 and ends 05/09/13.

Biodiesel: Eliminating The Waste

w Ne Process your own biodiesel at home! This 2-week classroom and hands-on course is taught by James Burke, who has been producing biodiesel for six years and volunteering his time establishing waste oil biodiesel conversion units in Jamaica and Africa. You will learn how to assemble, troubleshoot, and maintain a biodiesel manufacturing unit; manufacture biodiesel from waste vegetable oil (WVO) and explore how WVO biodiesel manufacturing can create selfsustaining communities worldwide. Fee $125 • CEUs: 1.5 Y299 Burke J WT-16 TTh 6-9p WT-16 Sa 9a-12p Class begins 05/28/13 and ends 06/08/13. w Perfect Party Planning Ne Just in time for summer soirees, learn how to design and create fantastic events for your friends and family! This three-hour workshop will introduce you to organizational tips, decorating trends, and event resources to take your party hosting skills to the next level. Family and friends can attend for $35 each! Call CE at ext. 2535 to register for a discounted fee. Fee $45 • CEUs: .3 Simmons J ZWC-107 W 6-9p Y295 Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 04/24/13. w Ne Do you want to plan your own wedding, but don’t know where to start? Join us for this two-week, hands-on workshop to learn all you need to know to plan the day of your dreams. From budgets to checklists to vendors and venues, we will discuss planning tips that will show you how to save money, save time, and create a wedding with every detail tailored to you. Family and friends can attend for $45 each! Call CE at ext. 2535 to register for a discounted fee. Fee $59 • CEUs: .5 Y297 Simmons J ZWC-107 W 6:30-9p Class begins 05/01/13 and ends 05/08/13.

DIY Wedding Planning

An Introduction To Voiceovers (Getting Started In Voice Acting)

This fun and empowering 2-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 letter. 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 the voice acting training company, Voices for All. Fee $39 • CEUs: .2 Y280 Staff ZWC-107 Th 6-8p Class begins 04/18/13 and ends 04/18/13.

Tea Discovery

Enjoy this class with family and friends! Explore true tea--what it is, where it’s grown, and how it’s produced. Roberta Fuhr, a tea specialist, shares how tea becomes white, green, oolong, black and pu’erh. You’ll have a full sensory experience (sample tasting and aroma) from the top five tea producing countries in Asia. In addition, you’ll learn the best steeping time and temperature for these teas as well as the history, myths, and health claims. Minimum age 12-15 (with parent). Fee $35 • CEUs: .2 Fuhr R ZWC-104 T 6:30-8:30p Y290 Class begins 04/23/13 and ends 04/23/13. Y292 Fuhr R ZWC-104 Sa 10a-12p Class begins 05/18/13 and ends 05/18/13.

“I learned a lot! Thank you. I always wanted to do this and now I have the tools.” -Become a Mystery Shopper student

Become A Mystery Shopper!

Yes, there is such a thing as a free lunch! Companies hire people to make observations on their stores and employees. They need this information to train workers and improve customer service, and the result is that you get to earn money while you shop and eat! Learn who is hiring, what companies expect, how to write great evaluations, tax reporting, how to spot common scams, and how to get started. Basic Internet skills preferred. Resource book included. Fee $49 • CEUs: .25 Y282 Mooradian B ZWC-104 W 6:30-9:00p Class begins 05/15/13 and ends 05/15/13.

Is It A Real Work From Home Job Or A Scam?

Supplement your income! Class focuses heavily on the marketing trick of scammers. Learn how to track emails, trace IP addresses and research companies, giving you confidence to recognize scammers from legitimate work. You will also be provided with resources on how to make extra income as well as legitimate companies that hire athome workers. Basic Internet and email skills required. Resource book included. Fee $49 • CEUs: .25 Y284 Mooradian B IVC-108 T 6:30-9:00p Class begins 04/30/13 and ends 04/30/13.

Audio Basics, Sound And Recording

Learn the fundamentals of audio, live sound, and recording! Whether for use at churches, schools, entertainment venues, mixing your own recordings, or enjoying as a hobby, this hands-on class is for you! Taught by an experienced Audio Educator and System Technician, this class includes instruction on the signal path, audio board basics, microphone choices, cables and connectors, and much more! Fee $139 • CEUs: 1.4 Y286 Szczerba M IVA-108 T 7-9p Class begins 04/23/13 and ends 06/04/13.

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The language courses listed below emphasize conversation but also include reading, writing, speaking and understanding the language. Courses are geared toward the adult student seeking control of a language for practical applications such as travel.

How To Be An Executor Of A Will

Russian, Beginning

Fee $119 • CEUs: 1.6 Y318 Veremeykin I SH-250 Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 06/05/13.

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Fee $119 • CEUs: 1.6 Morris A ZWC-105 Y312 Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 06/05/13.

Italian, Beginning

Fee $119 • CEUs: 1.6 Rajic S SH-258 Y314 Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 06/05/13.

Spanish, Beginning

Fee $119 • CEUs: 1.6 Morris A SH-152 Y310 Class begins 04/08/13 and ends 06/03/13.

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Learn industry-specific language skills in a packed 16-hour Internet course that includes a downloadable vocabulary list. You’ll have access for six months and will study vocabulary, basic grammar, and pronunciation with listening, reading, and visual exercises, plus quizzes to mark your progress. Pick from banking, food service, manufacturing, construction, health care, public safety, educators, hospitality, social services, EMTs & paramedics, HR, warehouses, firefighters, law enforcement, or general workplace. Fee $129 • CEUs: 1.6 ARR ARR ARR Y511

Spanish For The Workplace With Conversation Practice

Online

Sharpen your conversation skills as you increase your industry-specific Spanish vocabulary with the help of your own personal tutor. After each lesson, you’ll enjoy a 1-hour conversation with your Spanish speaking tutor via Skype. You’ll have access to the class for one full year to study vocabulary, basic grammar, and pronunciation with listening, reading, and visual exercises. There are 16 occupations to choose from including healthcare, social service, banking and more; visit our website for a complete list. Fee $249 • CEUs: 2.6 Y512 ARR ARR ARR

Sign Language, Beginning

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? Not always pleasant things to think about, but having a will or legal plan can save your family heartache and pain. Whether you plan to work with an attorney or use one of the do-ityourself 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 $35 • CEUs: .25 Y325 Farr M Aub Center-110 W 6:30-9p Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 04/17/13.

Finding Meaning For Your Life

Spanish, Continued

Fee $119 • CEUs: 1.6 Y320 Morris A SH-259 Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 06/04/13.

Have you been named as an estate executor of a relative or friend? Do you know what questions and facts you need to know before their death and what to do after their death? 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 $35 • CEUs: .25 Y327 Gabrielson O ZWC-104 M 6:30-9p Class begins 05/13/13 and ends 05/13/13.

LIFELONG LEARNING

Language And Culture

Introductory course in American Sign Language for application in everyday communication with hearing and speech impaired individuals. Fee $119 • CEUs: 1.6 Y316 Watanabe L ZWC-107 T 6:30-8:30p Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 06/04/13.

w Ne What are your long term plans for life? Have you ever considered what kind of impact you would like to make on the world? Whether you’re young and just starting life, or you’re nearing retirement, this course is for you. We will explore options that will give you the greatest satisfaction and provide ideas for goal setting that will bring a sense of physical health, emotional security, and intellectual stimulation. Discover the ways to give your life meaning, no matter what your age. Fee $35 • CEUs: .25 Elfers R ZWC-107 Th 6:30-9p Y336 Class begins 05/09/13 and ends 05/09/13.

Biodiesel: Eliminating The Waste

Learn how to process your own biodiesel at home! This 2-week classroom and hands-on course provides instruction on assembling, troubleshooting, and maintaining a biodiesel manufacturing unit. Course includes manufacturing biodiesel from waste vegetable oil (WVO) and exploring how WVO biodiesel manufacturing can create self-sustaining communities worldwide.

See class details on page 22. Call Continuing Education or register online at www.greenriver.edu/ce.

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Continuing Education Music

Wenatchee Whitewater Rafting

Guitar, Beginning

Develop guitar skills while learning songs you like. Beginning guitar students learn chords, strumming, finger-picking, and other basic skills. Fee $89 • CEUs: 1.0 Buser C IVC-108 M 6:30-7:30p Y340 Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 06/10/13.

Guitar, Continued

Fee $89 • CEUs: 1.0 Buser C IVC-108 Y341 Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 06/10/13.

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Singing For Life!

Sing the songs you love! Not only does it feel good, it can enhance your well-being, reduce your feelings of pain and even prolong your life. This fun class is designed for those ages 60 and over but adults of all ages welcome. You’ll learn about the health benefits of singing, breathing correctly, and exercises to help with voice changes as one matures. We will work on songs such as seasonal favorites, hymns, music from the 40’s, 50’s & 60’s, and musical hits. No singing experience required, all levels welcome. Fee $89 • CEUs: 1.0 Fulkerson D Wesley Homes T 1-2:15p Y343 Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 06/04/13.

Writing Short Story Writing 101

w Ne Have you always wanted to write? This class will explore the necessary components of a good short story, including plot, point-of-view, characterization, conflict, rising action and falling action, and how to write dialogue. Instructor will utilize short exercises to build skill level and students will develop a complete outline for their short story. Some homework may be assigned. Students will share their final work with the rest of the class for constructive feedback. Fee $89 • CEUs: .8 Y389 Bohart L IVA-108 Th 6:30-8:30p Class begins 04/25/13 and ends 05/16/13.

Screenwriting Basics

Outdoors For outdoor trips, cancellations are required 48 hours prior to the first day of class. Call (253) 833-9111, ext 2535.

Trout Fly-Fishing Strategies

w Ne For the student who likes learning on the fast track. Spend the day learning the skills of fly-fishing in this hands-on crash course. Class held on a lake in Cle Elum as well as the Yakima River. You’ll learn about essential tackle, equipment, knots, and fly patterns. Fly-casting instruction and practice takes place on the lake and then spend some additional instruction time fishing on the river. Class includes the use of rods, reels, line and flies. Directions and list of what to bring sent upon registration. Fee $89 • CEUs: .8 Fiskum J ARR Sa 8a-4p Y358 Class begins 04/20/13 and ends 04/20/13.

“John {Fiskum] gave an excellent presentation and I appreciate his knowledge and enthusiasm.” -Fishing class student

w Ne Expand your horizons on Pacific NW trout fly-fishing. You’ll get a season-by-season overview of the Northwest’s hottest fly-fishing destinations (including information about local options) plus some lesser known “sleeper” spots. Class includes a resource notebook loaded with information such as hatch charts, list of the NW’s hottest trout flies, lodging and camping destinations, guide referrals, and where and when to go. Instructor has 25 years experience guiding fly-fishing tours in the Northwest. Fee $39 • CEUs: .2 Y357 Fiskum J IVC-108 T 6:30-8:30p Class begins 04/23/13 and ends 04/23/13.

Fly-Fishing For Trout In The Pacific Northwest

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Roller coaster action and generally sunny weather make the Wenatchee River a favorite for river-runners. Skilled guides steer self-bailing rafts while you paddle. Neoprene wet suit/booties and buffet lunch included. Minimum age 10. Specific trip details provided after registration. Fee $75 • CEUs: .45 Reif L ARR Sa 1-5:30p Y350 Class begins 05/18/13 and ends 05/18/13. Y351 Reif L ARR Su 11a-3:30p Class begins 05/19/13 and ends 05/19/13.

Get started on the right track! Designed for new screenwriters, this course will guide you from the conception of the idea through the necessary steps every good screenwriter takes when getting ready to write a screenplay. You’ll learn how to develop three-dimensional characters, develop a story outline, and how to write a treatment from that story outline. Once you’re equipped with these necessary tools, you’re ready to turn your story into a screenplay! Class includes 10-page critique. Fee $89 • CEUs: .75 Y387 Lane W ZWC-105 Sa 9:30a-12p Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/18/13.

Take Courses Online! Our instructor-facilitated non-credit online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. Most classes run for six weeks. Courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, and more. You can complete any of these courses from your home or office and at any time of the day or night! For a complete listing of courses and descriptions, please visit ed2go.com/greenriver. Three starting dates for you to choose from: April 17 • May 15 • June 19 For more information or to register for an online course, call Continuing Education at (253) 833-9111, ext. 2535.

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