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Certified Associate in Project Management with Simulation 4 Certified Project Management Professional 4 Project Management for CAPM 5 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification 10 Grow Your Career Rapidly with Project Management Skills and Certification Spring/Summer 2023 Classes Fast Track Professional Personal Job Training Development Enrichment Find your class at wccnet.edu/noncredit livework learn SCAN TO FIND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Discover the possibilities.

Looking for summer camps where your children can explore space, health care or robots? Need to improve project management skills to advance your career? Washtenaw Community College’s new slate of noncredit offerings has something for everyone.

WCC’s immersive summer camps for 5-to-16-year-olds offer ideal experiences for youth to dive into their favorite subjects, discover new concepts and envision themselves in exciting careers. Week-long camps include “Health Care Exploration,” “NASA Innovators,” “Academy of Future Space Explorers,” “Roblox Rockstars,” “Intro to Drones,” “Minecraft” and “Sewing.” Check out our offerings and register your child before the camps fill!

The new “Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification” class teaching project management skills highlights our professional development schedule. Lean Six Sigma is a highly desirable certification and can help put you on a path to a lucrative career.

Join us this spring and summer!

6 20 24 liveworklearn Register online. It’s easy! Before registering the first time, create your account profile. See details on page 35. wccnet.edu/noncredit CLASSES Lean Six Sigma Green Belt 10 Marine Maintenance 11 How to Write a Romance Novel 19 Drag Makeup and Wig Workshop 22 Beginning Walks for Fitness 24 Korean Street Food 26 NASA Innovators Camp 32 And many more: Look inside.

Fast Track Job Training

Explore a variety of highquality training programs for as little as $25 per hour of training and get on the fast track to a new career.

Professional Development

Personal Enrichment

SPECIAL NOTICE

Some classes are delivered online. Please review these definitions to determine which format works best for you: Webinar (WEB): Delivered online at a specific date and time. Class will be facilitated virtually by a trainer. You will receive login information a few days prior to class.

Online: OPEN REGISTRATION: Trainer-led instruction done virtually at your convenience.

Creative Arts Creative Writing 19 Digital Photography 20 Fiber Arts 20 Music, Dance and Theater 20 Performing Arts 22 Visual Arts 22 Health and Wellness Fitness 24 Well-Being 25 Hobbies and Exploration Food and Drink 26 History and Culture 27 Gardening 27 Home and Life Computing at Home 29 DIY Home Repair 29 Personal Finance 30 Motorcycle Safety 30 Languages 31 Senior Focus 31 Summer Youth Camps 32 Business/Management Finance and Accounting 10 Office and Administrative Support 10 Project Management 10 Construction and Repair Repair 11 MIOSHA / HuVACO 11 Education Behavior/Counseling 12 Classroom Management 12 Diversity and Inclusion 12 Specialized Instruction 12 Teaching/Learning 13 Technology 13 Information Technology Cybersecurity 14 Data Analytics 14 Intelligent Transportation Systems 15 Networking 15 Programming 15 Software 16 Industry-Based Certifications 17 Health and Wellness Mental/Behavioral 18 Nursing 18
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Fast Track Job Training

Business/ Management

Fast Track Job Training puts you on the road to an in-demand job, mapping a route that’s quick and cost-effective. Explore a variety of high-quality training programs for as little as $25 per hour of training and get on the fast track to a new career.

FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING

Certified Administrative Assistant and Professional Bookkeeper

Begin or enhance your career as an administrative assistant and professional bookkeeper. Through this user-friendly course, you’ll learn the organization, communication, office technology and planning skills to effectively run an office. This class also includes instruction for professional bookkeeping using QuickBooks Pro.

BMG 1320 $4,495 | CEUs: 81

41284 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Certified Professional Bookkeeper

Online Trainer

Get the skills to begin a bookkeeping career in an office or homebased business. You will gain proficiency in accounting and bookkeeping using QuickBooks and learn how to minimize and plan taxes and recruit and manage clients.

BMG 1319 $3,295 | CEUs: 48.5

41238 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Certified Professional Bookkeeper with Quickbooks

Online Trainer

HOSPITALITY

Certified Event Planning Specialist

An event planner brings inspiration, organization, budgeting and coordination to all kinds of events, including educational conferences, business conventions, concerts, corporate events and more. Join this class to receive formal training as a certified event planner.

BMG 1257 $4,495 | CEUs: 87.5

41272 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

HUMAN RESOURCES

Certificate in Human Resource Management *

Online Trainer

This class will show you the essentials of recordkeeping for a small business. You will learn how to sort through information and paperwork, how to record what’s important, and how to use that information to grow a small business or home-based one.

BMG 1329 $3,595 | CEUs: 48.5

41372 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

* SHRM Credits

WCC is recognized by the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®

Online Trainer

Managing employee relations, policymaking, compensation, employee reviews and performance management are some of the duties of a human resource manager. Prepare for your certification exam after you master the technical and operational aspects necessary for a human resource management career.

BMG 1251 $495 | CEUs: 3

41152 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Certified Associate in Project Management with Simulation

Online Trainer

Learn through interactive simulation the project management skills you need for a professional entry-level project management position. This class covers how to assess, initiate, plan, execute, monitor, control and close projects while working on or with project teams.

BMG 1328 $2,995 | CEUs: 54

41278 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Online Trainer

Certified Project Management Professional

If you’re an experienced project management professional who wants to enhance your real-world project management skills and knowledge, this class is for you. You’ll increase your employment opportunities in a variety of industries and around the world after mastering this class. Unlike many certifications, the project management professional credential, unlike many other certifications, is recognized worldwide.

BMG 1324 $3,550 | CEUs: 27

41370 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Online Trainer

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Project Management for CAPM

This course introduces manual techniques perfected over the past 50 years and progressive automated ones for project managers. Up-to-date content covers measuring project management ROI, value to the organization and customers, and much more. Gain an advantage in the worldwide job market for project management professionals.

BMG 1330 $2,295 | CEUs: 27

41138 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

RETAIL

Certified Cannabis Budtender

Online Trainer

Certified Cannabis Edibles Professional

Establish a career in the lucrative cannabis industry as a certified cannabis edibles professional. Prepare for desirable certification while you gain an understanding of the uses of marijuana for medical purposes, the different methods for CBD use, discovering how to make edibles and more.

BMG 1323 $995 | CEUs: 7.5

41364 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Floral Design

Discover an exciting career option as a certified cannabis budtender in this fun, interactive course. Over the years, the cannabis industry has started to grow, particularly as steps are taken for its legalization. You earn national certification as a budtender with the help of this course and become a respected industry professional. This in-depth course aims to help you prepare for the national certification exam in the cannabis industry. This course will cover the role of the budtender, the many uses of cannabis and the methods of extraction. You will also learn the activities in cultivation, processing, dispensing, building repeat customers and more.

BMG 1321 $995 | CEUs: 7.5

41361 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Certified Cannabis Dispensary Manager

Online Trainer

Managing a marijuana dispensary is similar to managing any other retail store: supervising staff, tracking inventory and cultivating a clean professional atmosphere, but the highly regulated nature of cannabis products makes it a bit more complicated. This interactive and hands-on course on dispensary management will give you all the information and tools you need to build a career as a certified cannabis manager.

BMG 1322 $995 | CEUs: 7.5

41362 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Online Trainer

Online Trainer

Do you love flowers, creative activities and people? Consider a career designing floral arrangements and running a successful florist business. This class covers the history of design, artistic elements, floral anatomy and nomenclature, along with techniques, tools and specialties. The class also covers distribution, marketing, advertising and other industry-specific issues.

BMG 1327 $2,495 | CEUs: 27

41123 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Green Interior Decorating and Design

Online Trainer

This course helps you understand the basic principles of eco-friendly, human-compatible interior decorating and design. You will learn the skills necessary to enhance and improve the visual and functional living spaces in design projects.

BMG 1326 $3,695 | CEUs: 67.5

41126 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Interior Decorating and Design Entrepreneur

Online Trainer

Imagine yourself operating your own interior decorating and design company, then take the steps to do just that. You will not only learn the basic principals, steps and mediums of interior decorating and design, you will also develop a business plan with an effective marketing strategy.

BMG 1325 $3,895 | CEUs: 45

41127 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Certified Renewable Energy Specialist

This user-friendly class will introduce you to the primary characteristics of the new generation of technologies that will provide energy over the next 20 years or more. You will study solar, wind technology, geothermal, biomass energies and more. Gain the knowledge, skills and credentials to make a career for yourself in the growing field of green energy.

CON 1003 $2,395 | CEUs: 43.5

41120 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Online Trainer

Online Trainer

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Information Technology

CYBERSECURITY

Certified Information Systems Security Pro (CISSP) Prep Course and Exam

This class is ideal for those with proven deep technical and managerial competence, skills, experience and credibility in the design, engineering, implementation and management of overall information security systems that protect organizations from growing sophisticated attacks. Ideal for improving your scope of knowledge and qualifications, this course prepares you for CISSP certification with instruction and test exams.

CIS 1088 $2,795 | CEUs: 10 Online Trainer

41257 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

DATA ANALYTICS

Data Analyst Technician

Gain a thorough understanding of Microsoft Excel, data collection and data management techniques. Learn to enter data and create formulas to analyze and present complex information. These skills are essential in data analysis, business intelligence, management and engineering. Using actual mobility data, this course will cover concepts from Excel and the Excel course certification exam. Additional topics show the relationship of XML with Microsoft Excel, including importing, mapping schema and exporting content.

CIS 1087 $699 | CEUs: 11

41000 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

IT SUPPORT

Google IT Support Certificate

Clair Dickson

NETWORKING

CompTIA A+ Certification

(220-1001 and 220-1002 Voucher Included)

Open the door to an entry-level position in the IT world. This course gives you an introduction to PC hardware and peripherals, networking and troubleshooting. You will also receive training in operating systems, security, cloud computing and operational procedures.

CIS 1083 $1,295 | CEUs: 6

41248 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

PROGRAMMING

Get on the fast track to finding an in-demand job in IT, with a professional certificate from Google. Learn the foundations of networking and operating systems or how to solve problems using code. Learn about different areas of IT, like computer hardware, the internet, computer software, troubleshooting, customer service, networking, operating systems, system administration and security.

CIS 1093 $399

41283 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Online Trainer

Online Trainer

Introduction to Programming and Design

Would you like an entry-level position in web design and computer programming? This class puts you on the path as it teaches you Python, JavaScript, Ruby and other programming languages. You will also receive a thorough introduction to website design, networking and how to use website-building tools like HTML5 and CSS3.

CIS 1086 $1,495 | CEUs: 16

41358 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Online Trainer

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TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Certified Fiber Optic Technician (CFOT)

Through a combination of theory and hands-on activities, learn how to identify fibers and their connectors. You will also learn how to install, terminate, splice and properly test installed fiber cable to existing standards.

CIS 4081 $1,099 | CEUs: 2.4

WCC Trainer 41001 Mon-Wed 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Jun 5 – Jun 7 MAI

Certified Fiber Optic Specialist in Testing and Maintenance (CFOS/T)

Discover a general, easy-to-understand approach to fiber optic testing standards, equipment and technological approaches for fiber network testing and splicing, and how to choose among them. This class provides a detailed overview and demonstration of various pieces of equipment for testing and maintenance.

CIS 4082 $999 | CEUs: 1.6

WCC Trainer 41003 Wed, Thu 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Jun 7 & Jun 8 MAI

Certified Fiber Optic Specialist/Splicing (CFOS/S)

Learn the process and procedures of high-performance fusion and mechanical splicing of single and multimode fiber optic cables. You will also learn how to make, test and install spliced fibers into enclosures and splice trays.

CIS 4083 $999 | CEUs: 0.8

WEB

Certified Web Designer with Adobe Creative Cloud

From WCC to Thriving Career in IT

Christopher Aben

For some people, life is a straight line from high school to college to a career. Not so for many others, including Chris Aben. Aben attended Washtenaw Community College in 2005 but didn’t complete a degree. Aben’s life took many twists and turns before he returned to WCC in 2013 and earned an associate degree in computer science.

“I’ve been to a few different community colleges, and WCC was the model of how it should be done,” Aben said. “There were a lot of classes with hands-on work with actual equipment. Having that environment allowed me to excel going into the workforce.”

In 2018 and 2019, Aben enrolled in additional computer science classes at WCC. Those studies and relationships with the instructors led to a position as an IT contractor with Michigan Medicine in Ann Arbor. Eventually, Aben moved to a permanent position there.

WCC Trainer

Are you a creative person who enjoys working on a computer? Web design may be the perfect field for you. Every business needs to offer new and exciting images to its audience. Good web designers help companies present their best ideas using technology and designs. By using these tools, you may be the one to help your company or clients get the message to the public. Throughout this course, you will learn how to configure color, text, accessibility, structure and mobile viewing features. E-commerce, web promotion strategies and web design are among the class topics. You’ll also receive a comprehensive overview of Creative Cloud design elements and seven programs that all function in unique ways to make design interactive and fun. You will also receive an introduction in how to use Adobe Bridge, Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Acrobat and Adobe to create and design stunning images, pages, websites and interactive files. Your tuition includes 12-month access to the complete Adobe Creative Cloud package.

CIS 1031 $4,495 | CEUs: 83.5

41280 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

WCC was a pipeline to employment, Aben said and gave him the confidence to pursue a bachelor’s degree in computer science.

“It gave me the foundation needed and pushed me to undertake the challenges that are technical in nature. Doing project-based classes allowed me to build a regimen and a strategy for completing classes for a bachelor’s degree.”

He later moved on to obtain a master’s degree in cybersecurity. He credits WCC with putting his education and career on track. He now works in IT at the University of Colorado Boulder. “WCC provided an affordable and quality educational option that allowed me to build a solid technical foundation.”

Online Trainer

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“ WCC [ is ] the model ... Hands-on work with actual equipment allowed me to excel going into the workforce.”

Health and Wellness

Certified Wellness Coach

Prepare to work with people to improve their lifestyles as a certified wellness coach. In this highly interactive class, you will learn about nutrition, stress management, incorporating regular exercise and more.

HSC 1063 $4,395 | CEUs: 31.5

41310 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Personal Trainer Certification Course

Online Trainer

Turn your fitness passion into a career. This NCCA-accredited personal training program has the best of both worlds with virtual lectures by one of the top trainers in the U.S. and a great local personal trainer/teacher to work with you on the skills of being a personal trainer. Bonus virtual lectures are recorded for your use and include key topics for 15 hours on exercise physiology, kinesiology, nutrition and more. Afternoon session will take place at a local gym.

HSC 4399 $875 | CEUs: 30

HEALTH AND FITNESS

Certified Nutrition and Fitness Coach

Improve the quality of life for others as a certified nutrition and fitness coach. Your learning experience in this class will include various aspects of wellness and health and practical fitness and health information. You will also learn how to develop a coaching business, market your practice, attract clients and more.

HSC 1058 $4,295 | CEUs: 22.5

41265 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Certified Personal Fitness Trainer

Online Trainer

In this multimedia-rich class, you will learn the fundamentals of exercise physiology, nutrition, anatomy, fitness, pulmonary medicine and more. Communication and relationship building are some other topics. You will also receive detailed instructions on how you can start a personal fitness business of your own.

HSC 1059 $3,995 | CEUs: 28

41133 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Online Trainer

WCC Trainer

41063 ONLINE: Sat 9 a.m.-12 p.m. & Sat 1 p.m.-4 p.m. May 6 – Jun 24

HEALTH CARE

Certified Clinical Medical Assistant Master Professional

Get the skills and knowledge you need to earn certification as a medical assistant, EKG tech, phlebotomy and electronic health records management tech, all in this single class! Obtaining your national certification will increase your medical assistant career opportunities in the ever-growing health care field.

HSC 1086 $4,895 | CEUs: 145

41063 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Certified EKG Technician

Online Trainer

This class is for you if you want to begin a new health care career or enhance your present one. In this assessment-rich class, you will first receive an overview of the EKG profession. You will next learn about the detailed responsibilities in the profession, including knowledge of heart functions, cardiac medications, electrode placement and leads, procedures and processes, EKG equipment and measurements. Upon successfully completing your training, you will receive an exam voucher, along with preparation material to take the certified EKG technician exam by the National Healthcareer Association.

HSC 1034 $3,595 | CEUs: 36.5

41269 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

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Certified Medical Administrative Assistant Associate

The health care field is always in need of trained medical administrative associates. Get the knowledge and skills to manage medical records and information, perform billing and coding on insurance forms, oversee finances and understand HIPAA laws.

HSC 1081 $3,995 | CEUs: 76

41245 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Certified Medical Biller and Coder

Online Trainer

Increase your coding and billing procedure skills in this class. You will learn CPT (introduction, guidelines, evaluation and management), specialty fields (such as surgery, radiology and laboratory), ICD-10 (introduction and guidelines), and basic claim processes for medical insurance and third-party reimbursements. You will also discover how to find services and codes in the CPT, ICD-10 and HCPCS manuals.

HSC 1082 $4,295 | CEUs: 41.5

41285 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Certified Pharmacy Technician

Certified Physical Therapy Aide

Certified physical therapist aides help patients complete clerical tasks and assist patients with insurance paperwork. A vital part of physical therapy, you could be employed by hospitals, physical therapy offices, orthopedic clinics and personal care facilities.

HSC 1083 $2,595 | CEUs: 47 Online Trainer

41273 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Phlebotomy Fundamentals and Certification

Become a certified phlebotomy technician in just eleven weeks. This program combines online and lab-based training to give you critical thinking skills and hands-on experience. You will perform venipunctures and capillary punctures using lifelike arms and class volunteers and do specimen labeling.

HSC 1014 $799 | mandatory fee: $20 | CEUs: 4.4 Linda Tinsley 41007 Sat 9 a.m.-1 p.m. May 6 – Jul 15 MAI

Phlebotomy Technician

Venipuncture techniques and tools, processing samples, methods to physically and mentally prepare patients for a blood draw are the topics in this course. Extensive use of multimedia tools helps make the learning process fun. An optional clinical externship is available through this class.

HSC 4433 $2,595 | CEUs: 47 Online Trainer

41134 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Online Trainer

Work alongside a registered pharmacist in a laboratory, retail or hospital pharmacy. This class will show you how to handle prescription requests, measure medications, package and label prescriptions, process prescription insurance claims and work with patient records.

HSC 1061 $3,595 | CEUs: 55.5

41294 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Certified Paralegal

Even if you have no experience, this engaging, interactive class will give you the knowledge and skills to sit for the certified paralegal exam from NALA, the respected national nonprofit for those in the paralegal profession. Equipped with this essential proof of your capabilities, you will have the credentials for an entry-level paralegal position.

Online Trainer

LAW 1013 $3,995 | CEUs: 95 Online Trainer

41259 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

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Professional Development

Business/ Management

FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING

Introduction to Finance

Gain an understanding of the uses and functions of master budgets, operating budgets, sales, production and cost-of-goods-sold, and cash budgets. You will also learn how organizations use different budgeting techniques to deal with operating challenges.

FIN 1048 $99 | CEUs: 0.5

41166 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Understanding and Managing Budgets

Online Trainer

This class introduces the discipline of finance in an organizational setting. Topics in this class include the responsibilities of financial managers; roles of finance in a typical business organization; legal forms of businesses; agency relationships and relevant financial markets of interest to financial managers. Additionally, you will explore the five principles that form the foundation of financial management, and you will better understand the nonfinancial manager’s impact on and role in the finance function.

FIN 1009 $99 | CEUs: 0.5

41177 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

Effective Emails, Memos and Letters

Communicating clearly and concisely in emails, memos and letters is important in a workplace setting. Improve your use of these common business communication vehicles with the best practices and effective tips and techniques you will learn in this class.

BMG 1264 $99 | CEUs: 0.5

41180 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification

Online Trainer

Online Trainer

Equip yourself with the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification to increase revenues, decrease costs, improve efficiency, and build trust and transparency in your organization. Whether you are selftaught, want to fill in your Lean knowledge gaps or are new to Lean, this course can give you a solid foundation to charter projects and get results in days. You will leave this class with the skills to implement a continuous improvement culture that can put your organization on a path to operational excellence. Early bird pricing of $1,299 is available if you register before April 17th.

BMG 1331 $1,499 | CEUs: 3.5

WCC Trainer 40942 Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-5 p.m. May 8 – May 12 MOR

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Construction and Repair

REPAIR

Marine Maintenance Technician

Learn how to diagnose and maintain inboard and outboard boat engines and propulsion, electrical wiring and plumbing systems. Other class topics include safety, terminology and customer service skills specific to the marine industry. This class prepares you to sit for the American Boat and Yacht Council Marine Service Technology exam. You will also achieve OSHA 10 and American Heart Association first aid, CPR and AED certifications.

Huron Valley Area Code Officials (HuVACO)

Continuing Education Units

TRAINER PROFILE

Tom Hansen

MIOSHA Training

The mission of Washtenaw Community College is to make a positive difference in the lives of those we serve by providing educational programs and services that are both accessible and excellent.

MIOSHA training with Tom Hansen is an important part of that mission. Currently Hansen is a construction safety consultant who covers eleven central lower Michigan counties for MIOSHA’s Consultation Education and Training Division. He inspected jobsites, investigated accidents, and testified in court cases for more than eight years prior to becoming a construction safety and health division field officer. Hansen also served an apprenticeship with the Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers Union, Local 2 of Michigan, and is a journeyman bricklayer by trade. His Associate of Applied Science and Bachelor of Science degrees combined with his collective experiences working in the trades and with MIOSHA construction standards have well prepared Hansen to pass along his passion for safety in the workplace.

Watch for upcoming MIOSHA classes by visiting wccnet.edu/noncredit.

HuVACO and WCC Workforce and Community

Development offer nine monthly classes taught by recognized industry leaders, exclusively for HuVACO members.

Participants will receive a certificate of attendance for their recordkeeping purposes.

Approval by the Bureau of Construction Codes and Bureau of Fire Services is sought for:

• Building Officials

• Certified Fire Inspectors

• Building Inspectors

• Plan Reviewers

HuVACO membership is $125 per year.*

Membership includes tuition for the nine monthly classes and admission to an annual expo in January.

*Membership rates are subject to change.

For information or a membership application, please call 734-677-5060 or go to wccnet.edu/huvaco.

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ASV 1001 $5,000 | mandatory fee: $375 | CEUs: 20.8 WCC Trainer 41415 May 8 – Jun 30 MAI

Education Professional Development

Welcome Educators!

Earning your Michigan State Continuing Education Clock Hours (SCECH) is easy as 1, 2, 3 at WCC. Choose from a wide range of interactive, affordable and convenient noncredit classes you can take entirely online.

BEHAVIOR/COUNSELING

Bullying in Schools

This course discusses the connections between school shootings, bullying, and social demands placed on children in our schools. You will receive an introduction to the effects bullying has on our communities and techniques for creating a caring learning environment. We’ll discuss certain aspects of masculinity, social status, violence against girls, cyberbullying, gay bashing and adult bullying.

SCECH 1061 $195 | CEUs: 2.5

41323 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

Classroom Management Secrets

Online Trainer

DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

Instruction for Academically Diverse Classrooms

This course will assist you in creating learning environments that address the variability typical of academically diverse classrooms. Topics include what determines what differentiated instruction is, why it is essential for all learners, how to plan for it, and how to become comfortable enough with student differences to make school comfortable for each student.

SCECH 1092 $195 | CEUs: 2.5

41329 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

SPECIALIZED INSTRUCTION

Individualized Education Plan for English Language Learners

Online Trainer

An individualized education plan (IEP) serves as a blueprint for learners who are eligible for special education services. English language learners who also qualify for an IEP are a unique group of students who require specialized instruction and highly-trained educators who understand their diverse needs. Placing students into special education programs is framed within a multitiered model that is the foundation of IEP development. This course helps guide you in individualized education plans for diverse learners.

SCECH 1059 $195 | CEUs: 2.5

41328 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

This course explores the fundamental principles of classroom management and discipline in ways that involve students in creating their learning environment. You will learn meaningful communication skills and how to identify diversity within your students. This class also covers how to maintain appropriate student behavior and handle inappropriate behavior with challenging and violent students.

SCECH 1069 $195 | CEUs: 2.5

41188 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Creating Safe Classroom Environments

Online Trainer

Students flourish when they feel physically, socially and emotionally safe. Learn how to build an environment that welcomes, values and accepts the social identity and culture of each student. Get the skills in this class to build a socially and emotionally safe environment, and a positive, trustworthy, challenging curriculum that empowers your students.

SCECH 1070 $195 | CEUs: 2.5

41327 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Online Trainer

Online Trainer

Learning Disabilities: Practical Information for the Special Education Teacher

The primary goal of this class is to provide pertinent and practical information for teaching in the special education field, whether it is a special education classroom or inclusion for students with special needs in the classroom setting. You will learn to identify resources to assist with establishing a productive and satisfying career as a special education teacher.

SCECH 1074 $195 | CEUs: 2.5

41319 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Teaching Gifted Learners

Online Trainer

Since not all gifted students are alike, the differentiating curriculum is important. This course will teach you how to identify gifted students and implement successful, research-based strategies in your classroom.

SCECH 1060 $195 | CEUs: 2.5

41320 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

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Instructional Strategies for Academic Success

No single strategy can guarantee that a child will learn. Instructional strategies work in collaboration with other educational methods to influence student learning. You will learn in this class over 330 specific instructional strategies. You will also receive information about assessments, lessons and rules and procedures while building positive relationships with your students.

SCECH 1079 $195 | CEUs: 2.5

41326 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Project-Based Learning Techniques

Online Trainer

This class will give you the guidance you need to implement projectbased learning (PBL) techniques effectively in your classroom. You’ll learn about the theories behind PBL, planning PBL activities, conducting assessments, and feedback and reflection strategies.

SCECH 1073 $195 | CEUs: 2.5

41330 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Rookie Teacher Survival Guide

Online Trainer

Teaching Struggling Readers

This course focuses on practical how-to instructions to practice while helping students understand more of what they are reading. Whether you are a parent or a teacher, you will appreciate the strategies in this class that will help you give your young readers the confidence they need to gain a love of reading.

SCECH 1076 $195 | CEUs: 2.5

41201 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

TEACHING/LEARNING

Fueling Creativity in the Classroom

Online Trainer

New teachers in the world of early childhood education can quickly become overwhelmed by lesson plans, behavior management and the individual needs of each student. Learn the ropes of proper reflective teaching practices, tools to reflect on lesson plan activities, and suggestions for monitoring and encouraging student achievement.

SCECH 1075 $195 | CEUs: 2.5

41198 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Student Engagement and Learning

Online Trainer

Enhance your teaching practice and improve learning in your classroom with new and exciting techniques to engage your students. You will learn about research on classroom formative assessment and the current practices advancing educational achievement.

SCECH 1077 $195 | CEUs: 2.5

Online Trainer

All teachers want children to fulfill their creative potential, but teachers and other adults often unintentionally stifle creativity. Learn how to know and understand the skills your students need to thrive in the future: to know how to learn, sustain passion and curiosity, use people skills and creativity. This course will help new and seasoned teachers with their approach to fostering creativity for the students in their classrooms.

SCECH 1090 $195 | CEUs: 2.5

41288 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Online Trainer

41312 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

TECHNOLOGY

SMART Board Training

If you’re an educator or business professional, engaging and inspiring your clients or students is a must. Streamline your presentations with SMART Board, the interactive whiteboard. Learn about SMART Board software in this class and how to create give-andtake lessons or unique presentations that capture your audience.

SCECH 1093 $195 | CEUs: 2.5

41199 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Online Trainer

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EDUCATION | Professional Development

Professional Development

Information Technology

CYBERSECURITY

Certificate in Cybersecurity

Get the skills to protect the overall security programs of organizations from the threat of sophisticated cybersecurity attacks. You receive the critical information you need for a career in cybersecurity. Topics will include assessment and testing, asset, engineering, communications and network security, security and risk management and software development.

CIS 1028 $495 | CEUs: 4

41231 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Certified Ethical Hacker

Online Trainer

Certified ethical hacker professionals work in over 145 countries with some of the biggest and finest corporations and industries, including government, military, financial, health care, energy, transport and more. You will gain mastery of the profession in this class which covers the five essential phases of ethical hacking; it gives you access to more than 140 labs that mimic real-time hacking situations, demonstrates 340 attack technologies hackers use, and provides you with over 2,200 hacking tools.

CIS 4297 $3,595 | CEUs: 8

41240 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

DATA ANALYTICS

Data Analytics Level 1 (using Excel)

Online Trainer

Data Analytics Level 2 (using Excel)

Understanding formulas is an essential middle-technical skill in mobility analysis, as are the related fields of management and engineering. Formulas transform data into decisions. Logical and statistical formulas can analyze the dataset and return an answer based on your criteria. Learn how to use logical, statistical and text functions. This course will use actual mobility data to cover intermediate concepts from the Excel certification exams.

CIS 1023 $139 | CEUs: 1.5 Clair Dickson

40987 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Data Analytics Level 3 (using Excel)

Learn how to control and validate data entry. Using actual county and other municipality data, you will learn how to enter, analyze and create advanced reports, including PivotTables and PivotCharts. This course covers expert concepts from the Excel certification exams.

A good spreadsheet provides accurate data. Microsoft Excel is the most important tool for entering, formatting and calculating information. It is a key middle-technical skill and vital to all management positions. Using real mobility data, this course covers beginning concepts from the Excel certification exams.

CIS 1022 $139 | CEUs: 1.5

40986 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Clair Dickson

CIS 1063 $239 | CEUs: 3 Clair Dickson

40988 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Smartsheet: Level 1

Smartsheet is an increasingly popular service for collaborating on project timelines, documents, calendars, tasks and other work. This course is designed for administrative professionals, project managers, and management staff who need a tool for scheduling people and assignments, managing costs and materials, and monitoring checkpoints and deadlines. Part 1 is the first half of the Smartsheet core product certification training. The topics include an introduction to tasks, contacts, assignments, forms, updates, alerts and management.

CIS 1089 $139 | CEUs: 1.5

41410 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Clair Dickson

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Smartsheet: Level 2

This second of a two-part course boosts the power of collaborating with others with this software that streamlines business communications. Smartsheet Intermediate is the second half of the Smartsheet core product certification training. The topics include an introduction to working with project data, formulas, time and money, reports and interactive dashboards.

CIS 1091 $139 | CEUs: 1.5

40999 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

NETWORKING

An Introduction to CompTIA: A+ Network+ Security+ with Labs and Exams

Smartsheet: Levels 1 and 2 (Accelerated)

This Smartsheet core class combines the Smartsheet Essentials and Smartsheet Intermediate classes. Take charge of business scheduling, costs and materials management, and monitoring checkpoints and deadlines when you equip yourself with this software.

CIS 1092 $269 | CEUs: 3

40998 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

No experience or training in the IT world? No problem. This introductory IT class teaches practical IT skills that can lead to a network or security professional job in a small office. You will learn about PC hardware and peripherals, mobile device hardware, networking, troubleshooting hardware and network connectivity issues. The class also covers installing and configuring Windows, iOS, Android, Apple OS X and Linux operating systems. The fundamentals of cloud computing and operational procedures are other topics. This class includes exam vouchers for various CompTIA A+ certification exams.

CIS 1082 $2,995 | CEUs: 29.5

41252 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Online Trainer

INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS

Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Basics

This class offers a solid understanding of each part of intelligent transportation systems and how they connect. Topics include connected vehicles, advanced driver safety applications, infrastructure signs, networks and coordination.

ATT 1000 $109 | CEUs: 1

40982 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Automated Vehicle Localization Techniques

CompTIA A+ Certification (220-1001 and 220-1002)

If you are interested in working in the IT world, earning CompTIA A+ certification is a great start! Join this class and begin building your technical knowledge.

CIS 1033 $159 | CEUs: 4.5

41232 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

PROGRAMMING

Applied Machine Learning

Online Trainer

This vehicle localization training provides a solid understanding of the systems used by autonomous vehicles to approximate an autonomous vehicle’s precise location. Explore such systems as satellite and inertial navigation, map-aided localization and SLAM.

ATT 1002 $49 | CEUs: 0.5

40989 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Machine learning and how to use image classification, a machine learning essential skill, are topics in this class.

CIS 1021 $139 | CEUs: 1.6

40983 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Unity Basics: Maps and Apps

Clair Dickson

Learn introductory concepts and commands used in Unity software. These include basic game design concepts, as well as the uses of Unity in growing industries that include automotive, AR and more. This class also covers the WRLD3D mapping application and its relationship to Unity.

CIS 4078 $99 | CEUs: 1

40984 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Clair Dickson

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SOFTWARE

Excel: Charts and Objects

Learn to display data from a spreadsheet in a chart using Excel. Become skilled at delivering data that can visually be understood quickly and efficiently. Discover how to use objects to add additional functionality, information or worksheet images such as company logos, text boxes, arrows for emphasis and more.

CIS 1064 $49 | CEUs: 0.3

40990 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Excel: Formulas and Formatting

The first step in working with data is entering information in an organized fashion of rows and columns, with labels and formatting as needed. These lessons demonstrate the AutoSum family of functions: SUM, AVERAGE, MIN and MAX, which we will apply to crash data. Part of our comparisons will use conditional formatting to apply color coding. This will allow us to see the differences in data quickly.

CIS 1066 $49 | CEUs: 0.3

40991 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Excel: Formulas and Cell References

Learn how to use relative and absolute cell references to unleash the power and versatility of functions and formulas. Discover the best uses for each one to get the most from your Excel spreadsheets.

CIS 1067 $49 | CEUs: 0.3

40992 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Excel: Logical and Statistical Formulas

Discover how to define and name a range of data to use in a formula, function or chart. Learn to use this powerful tool to simplify data for yourself and others.

CIS 1068 $49 | CEUs: 0.3

40993 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Excel: Advanced Logical and Statistical Functions

Clair Dickson

Excel: Macros and More

Macros can speed up repetitive tasks like formatting, typing and more. This course demonstrates how to update datasets with a macro, and use form design and macros to automate procedures. We will also cover assigning a macro to a button and creating synchronized lookup boxes using the indirect function and data validation.

CIS 1071 $49 | mandatory fee: $10 | CEUs: 0.3 Clair Dickson

40995 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Excel: PivotTables and Advanced Charts

PivotCharts quickly provide dynamic analysis of complex data. This class explores a number of advanced chart types for visually displaying complex, statistical or hierarchical data.

CIS 1072 $140 | mandatory fee: $10 | CEUs: 0.3 Clair Dickson

41413 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Excel: PivotTables and More PivotTables

Data is abundant. However, many DataTables are large and complex. PivotTable reports make the data meaningful to analysts and administrators. These lessons use mobility data to create and modify PivotTables, including using filters and slicers.

CIS 1073 $49 | mandatory fee: $10 | CEUs: 0.3 Clair Dickson

40996 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

Excel 2019 and 365 PivotTables

Pivot tables enable you to summarize data in a variety of ways. This four-hour class shows you basic and more advanced PivotTable techniques. Using sample data to develop PivotTables and charts, you will also learn how to sort, filter, group your results and use calculated fields.

BOS 1028 $99 | mandatory fee: $10 | CEUs: 0.4 Kim Novak

41062 Tue, Thu 6-8 p.m. Jun 6 & Jun 8 MOR

Adobe Creative Cloud

The topics in this class include basic statistical mean, mode and median operations using IF and IFS groups for calculations topics. We will also cover SUMIFS for data and the logical functions of AND, OR and NOT to work with complex calculations for data analysis. This course covers concepts from Excel certification exams using actual mobility data.

CIS 1069 $49 | mandatory fee: $10 | CEUs: 0.3 Clair Dickson

40994 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

This course provides a comprehensive overview of Creative Cloud design elements and covers seven programs that all function to make design interactive and fun. You will receive an overview of using Adobe Bridge, Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Acrobat and Adobe to create and design stunning images, pages, websites and interactive files. This course does not include the Adobe Creative Cloud software. You must check Adobe for free trial availability or purchase the software prior to registration.

CIS 1026 $1,595 | CEUs: 22.5 Online Trainer

41322 ONLINE: Open Registration; 24/7 Access

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Health and Wellness Professional Development

HEALTH CARE

CPR and AED for Adults, Children and Infants

This course will teach lifesaving techniques to use at home, school, the workplace and in the community. The class will be a combination of lecture and hands-on learning.

HSC 1091 $99 | CEUs: 0.5

Linda Tinsley

41423 Tue, Wed 5:30-8 p.m. May 2 & May 3 MAI

41070 Sat 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Jul 22 MAI

Electrocardiography (ECG)

This course will cover introductory anatomy of the heart, relationships of other body systems to heart health, instructions on how to complete and document ECGs and basic interpretations of ECG readings.

HSC 1092 $169 | CEUs: 0.7

Linda Tinsley

41422 Tue, Wed 5:30-9 p.m. May 9 – May 10 MAI

MENTAL/BEHAVIORAL

Behavioral Management of Pain: Alternate Solutions*

Discover the multidimensional aspects of treating those with persistent pain conditions in this interactive and dynamic class. We will examine new advances in clinical research, assessment tools and evidence-based psychotherapeutic treatments. We will also explore ethical considerations in opioid treatment, end-of-life care and societal barriers to appropriate pain management.

HSC 4755 $99 | CEUs: 3.5

Michael Mogan

40981 Fri 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Jul 14 MOR

Implicit Bias: The Hidden Danger*

This class provides information on implicit bias and its negative consequences for individuals and organizations. We will discuss the impact on individuals and organizations in perception, judgment and actions that may result in inequitable decision-making and ineffective communication. We will also delve into the current research on the barriers and disparities in the access to and delivery of equitable health care services, inclusion initiatives and cultural sensitivity and strategies to remedy the impact of implicit bias.

HSC 1088 $99 | CEUs: 3.5

Michael Mogan

40980 Fri 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. May 12 MOR

PTSD in Modern Society*

This class will attempt to bridge the gap between the real-world presentation of anxiety disorders and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The broadened definition of PTSD has increased research into this area, provided options and hope to individuals suffering from posttraumatic symptoms and increased societal awareness.

HSC 1089 $99 | CEUs: 4 Conrad Welsing

40945 Wed 6-8 p.m. Jun 14 & Jun 21 MOR

NURSING

RN/LPN Skills Refresher Class

This course provides a concise overview of nursing skills, including videos, case studies, virtual simulations, and more to prepare for nursing skills validation. We will review head-to-toe physical assessment, including vital signs, medication administration, documentation, surgical asepsis and infection control, safety, fall prevention, body mechanics and transfers. After you have completed this class, you will receive a certificate to confirm that you met the LARA requirement for the skills evaluation portion for a lapsed or suspended license.

HSC 1049 $399 | CEUs: 0.9 WCC Trainer 41064 Sat 9 a.m.-6 p.m. May 6 MAI 41065 Sat 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Aug 12 MAI

Requirements and Accredited Hours

For details about prerequisites, requirements and supplies and information regarding the accredited clock hours for nurses, social workers and other professionals, visit: wccnet.edu/noncredit.

*Classes are eligible for continuing education clock hours by the Michigan Social Work Collaborative.

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Creative Arts

CREATIVE WRITING

Continuing Writing Workshop: Finding the Writer Within

Do you need help releasing the creativity within you? As we explore a variety of tips, tricks, exercises and more, you’ll overcome barriers and learn to use your own unique voice and writing style.

ENG 4163 $179

Frances Wang

41092 Sun 12-2 p.m. May 7 – Jun 11* WEB

*No class on May 28.

41094 Sun 12-2 p.m. Jul 30 – Aug 27 WEB

Explore the World as a Travel Writer

If you love to travel and love to write, this class is for you! We will discuss how to use all your senses in a new destination to create more detailed and in-depth descriptions that capture and maintain readers’ interest and whether or not you need to include photos with your work. You will also learn how to find and submit your finished product to print and online markets, the business side of travel writing (how to take travel tax deductions), and how to avoid worn-out travel writing clichés.

ENG 4172 $35

Leanne Krusemark

41059 Sat 5-7 p.m. Jul 8 WEB

Finding Your Voice

The most powerful writing comes from the heart. What do you care about? What inspires you? What is extra special in your life? Write about the people and things that are dear to you.

ENG 4004 $69

Frances Wang

41093 Sat 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Aug 19 & Aug 26 WEB

How to Outline and Write an Irresistible Romance Novel

Romance is the number one selling fiction genre. Whether you’re a new or experienced writer, this comprehensive session will help you sharpen your skills with practical step-by-step advice. You will discover the different romance subgenres and understand the proven romance formula. You will also learn to create a unique setting, introduce your protagonist (lead character), percolate friction, and write relatable dialogue as well as intimate scenes. We will also talk about publishing options.

ENG 4188 $25

Leanne Krusemark

41060 Wed 6-7 p.m. Jul 12 WEB

Introduction to Magazine Writing

Publishing articles in magazines and newspapers is a great way to test the waters as a published writer and maybe make a little extra income. We will discuss where to find a magazine’s submission guidelines, how to write a pitch, how to approach an editor, and the power of photographs, data, and infographics. We’ll also talk about copyright, style guides, and how to use social media and hyperlinks to promote your work.

ENG 4187 $69

Frances Wang

41090 Sat 10 a.m.-12 p.m. May 13 & May 20 WEB

Write a Riveting Mystery, Suspense or Crime Story

Become a mystery writer for fun or profit! You will discover the different subgenres and three-act story structure of mystery writing and create an intriguing cast of characters. Learn how to research and pick your setting, make sure your opening grabs readers’ attention, use “red herrings” to misdirect your readers and create suspense until you’re ready for the final reveal. We will also discuss publishing options.

ENG 4189 $39

Leanne Krusemark

41411 Sat 3-5 p.m. Jul 8 WEB

Writing to Change the World

What do you really care about? Learn simple but powerful methods to get the ideas out of your head and onto the page in order to persuade, convince and move people to your point of view. Part journaling, part activism, this class aspires to clarify the change you want to see and to create that change in the world with the written word.

ENG 4013 $69

Frances Wang

41091 Sat 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Jun 3 & Jun 10 WEB

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Personal Enrichment CREATIVE ARTS | Personal Enrichment

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Camera Raw with Adobe

Ready to take your digital SLR photography to the next level? Learn how to unleash the power of Raw file technology to create stunning images. Get hands-on experience with Adobe’s digital darkroom tools and explore the Raw file converters: Photoshop, Lightroom and Elements. Evaluate and adjust exposure, color balance, contrast, sharpness, perspective and a host of other modifications, all before you open the file.

PHO 4040 $139

Randal Stegmeyer

40972 Tue, Thu 6-8 p.m. Jun 20 – Jun 29 MAI

Digital Cameras 1

Whether you’ve read the manual or not, here’s where you can learn the language of digital cameras and discover your camera’s most important menu options and features. You will explore such topics as resolution, file formats, basic camera operations, composition, building a digital archive and more. Bring your camera to class and start your photographic journey.

PHO 4012 $139

Randal Stegmeyer

40969 Tue, Thu 6-8 p.m. May 9 – May 18 MAI

Digital Cameras 2

Ready to step up your game and learn how to make professionallooking photos? Advance to topics such as histogram analysis, dynamic range, controlling depth of field, photographing a moving subject and Raw file technology. In addition to technical information, you will learn what it means to see like a photographer and differentiate between a good and a great photograph.

PHO 4013 $139

Randal Stegmeyer

40970 Tue, Thu 6-8 p.m. May 23 – Jun 1 MAI

Personal Enrichment | CREATIVE ARTS

Digital Cameras 3: Nature Photography in the Field

You asked for it; you got it! After discussing goals and expectations and looking at some examples of nature, you’ll get hands-on experience photographing the natural landscape. This is a relaxing and enjoyable opportunity to expand and improve your photographic dexterity.

PHO 4046 $129

Randal Stegmeyer

40971 Tue 6-7 p.m. & Sat 7-9 p.m. & Tue, Thu 6-8 p.m. Jun 6 – Jun 15 MAI

FIBER ARTS

Introduction to Natural Dyeing

Explore the art of natural dyes. Learn how to identify plants and which parts to harvest to prepare pigments. Examine a variety of fibers and discuss methods of preparation needed to achieve desired colors. Be ready to get creative with some of the ways we have been using nature’s palette for centuries.

HEC 4231 $49 | mandatory fee: $35 Copper Bear Shire

41068 Sun 1-3 p.m. May 7 MAI

The Art of Spinning Wool

Discover the wonderful art of spinning wool. Learn the whole process from sheep to bobbin. In this intimate workshop, you will learn how to hand spin on a drop spindle and a spinning wheel. You will leave with yarn you have spun and a drop spindle to continue your spinning adventure at home.

HEC 4572 $75 | mandatory fee: $45 Copper Bear Shire

41069 Sun 1-5 p.m. Aug 20 MAI

MUSIC, DANCE AND THEATER

Social Ballroom Dance: Beginner

Awaken your inner dancer. Whether you’re a dancer with experience or someone who only dreams of dancing, this class can help you learn new steps and improve your style.

DAN 4010 $269

Natalia Alexandrova 41019 Tue 7-9 p.m. May 2 – Jul 11* MAI

*No class on Jul 4.

Social Ballroom Dance: Beginner (Short Session)

Is your schedule tight? This short session class can easily give you the dance steps and style you crave.

DAN 4010 $169

Natalia Alexandrova 41020 Tue 7-9 p.m. Jul 18 – Aug 15 MAI

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Social Ballroom Dance: Intermediate

Ballroom dancing may look complicated on television, but you can do it! From dancers with experience to those who only dream of dancing, this class can help anyone learn new steps and improve their style.

DAN 4010 $269

Natalia Alexandrova

41025 Sat 3-5 p.m. May 6 – Jul 8 MAI

Social Ballroom Dance: Intermediate (Short Session)

Do you have limited time to add to your ballroom dance skills? This short session is just the ticket!

DAN 4010 $169

Natalia Alexandrova

41026 Sat 3-5 p.m. Jul 15 – Aug 12 MAI

Ballroom Dance Techniques

Join a ballroom technique class for all levels. This class will help you learn basic ballroom dance skills, assist you with your hand and foot positioning and bolster your confidence as a dancer.

DAN 4010 $169

Natalia Alexandrova

41023 Sat 2-3 p.m. May 6 – Jul 8 MAI

Ballroom Dance Techniques (Short Session)

Fit your desire to dance into your busy schedule in this short session class.

DAN 4010 $69

Natalia Alexandrova

41024 Sat 2-3 p.m. Jul 15 – Aug 12 MAI

Presentation Dancing

Experienced dancers will master the tools to transform steps into a finished dance. You will learn how to choreograph a dance and do basic lifts, dips and sways. You will learn how to create a dance routine, maximizing your strengths for a dazzling performance at any event.

DAN 4010 $169

Natalia Alexandrova

41021 Tue 6-7 p.m. May 2 – Jul 11* MAI

*No class on Jul 4.

Presentation Ballroom Dancing (Short Session)

Add to your dance expertise in this short session where you’ll secure the skills to transform and choreograph a dance routine, using basic lifts, dips and sways.

DAN 4010 $69

Natalia Alexandrova

41022 Tue 6-7 p.m. Jul 18 – Aug 15 MAI

East Coast Swing Dance

Join in the fun and exercise that is East Coast Swing Dance. You will learn basic movements, rhythm and hold that will allow you to jump in and participate in this fantastic style of music and dance.

DAN 4003 $89

Terrence Butler 40943 Thu 6-7 p.m. Jun 8 – Aug 3 MAI

Guitar for Beginners

In a relaxed and nurturing environment, learn basic open chord positions and practice changing chords smoothly, strumming, fingerpicking, bass runs and progressions.

MUS 4020 $175

David Swain 41099 Sat 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Jun 10 – Jul 29 MAI

Ukulele for Beginners

Portuguese sailors spread the ukulele and its music to the people in the Pacific Islands who have been playing it for decades. Experience what Pacific Islanders enjoy as you learn how to play this wonderful four-string instrument.

MUS 4006 $175

David Swain 41100 Sat 1-2:30 p.m. Jun 10 – Jul 29 MAI

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CREATIVE ARTS | Personal Enrichment

Calligraphy

This class is an explorative journey in the ancient art of Chinese calligraphy. You will explore the Chinese language and culture by writing basic calligraphy strokes and Chinese characters from classical poems with ink and brush. Through this class you will gain an appreciation of different Chinese artistic writing styles and literary themes.

ART 4650 $189

PERFORMING ARTS

Drag Makeup and Wig Workshop

Jump into the glamorous and fun world of drag. Learn the basics of drag makeup, including fantastic eyes to foundation and contour, the use of color and bling, and get hands-on practice on ways to transform yourself completely. You will also learn the basics of wig prep, handling, and styling. All gender expressions are welcome.

DRA 4014 $109

Richard Harper 41102 Thu 6:30-9 p.m. Jun 8 – Jun 29 MAI

VISUAL ARTS

Acrylic Painting

Acquire basic skills in a supportive and inspiring environment, while experimenting with various acrylic painting techniques. Become comfortable with color, color mixing, composition and brush handling fundamentals.

ART 4028 $249

Debra Golden

41027 Mon 6:45-8:45 p.m. May 1 – Jun 26* MAI

*No class on May 29.

Acrylic Painting: Abstracting the Landscape

Create an abstract, stylized landscape using acrylic paint. Some experience with acrylic paint is helpful as we each capture unique and varied interpretations of what we see in the outdoors.

ART 4087 $189

Payton James

41071 Wed 10 a.m.-12 p.m. May 3 – Jul 12* WEB

*No class on Jul 5.

Luowei Liao

41058 Thu 6-8 p.m. May 18 – Jun 22 MAI

Easy Landscape Drawing

Drawing landscapes is a fun way to explore values and shapes. You will use pen, charcoal, and graphite to understand the importance of the foundation of creating excellent values and shapes in any drawing or painting. Using many different landscape scenes, you will learn to create organized, exciting and detailed drawings that delight the eye.

ART 4085 $119 Corry Buckwalter

41035 Tue 4-6 p.m. May 2 – Jun 6 WEB

Explore the Detroit Institute of Arts

Visit the Detroit Institute of Arts during this unique one-day road trip with a WCC art teacher. At the museum, we will explore the DIA’s iconic Diego Rivera Detroit Industry mural from the perspective of his wife, Frida Kahlo. After lunch, we’ll stop by the DIA’s gift shop. The price includes WCC bus transportation and a DIA ticket. (Lunch not included in the price.)

ART 4100 $69 | mandatory fee: $89 Lisa Risko

41034 Tue 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Jun 13 OFF

Faces and Figures in Watercolor

Learn how to paint simple and complex figures and mix skin tones and hair colors in your art. Get experience painting a self-portrait, famous faces and a child.

ART 4084 $189

Debra Golden

41029 Wed 6:30-8 p.m. May 3 – Jun 21 MAI

Fundamentals of Botanical Drawing in Colored Pencils

Learn how to draw botanical subjects with colored pencils in this relaxing practice of connecting with the colors of nature. Learn to blend, layer colors, create depth and form and how to ‘underpaint’ with colored pencils and other techniques with step-by-step instructions. Create several finished drawings with lots of instructor feedback. Subjects include flowers, fruits and leaves. Some drawing experience is recommended.

ART 4514 $119

Corry Buckwalter

41037 Mon 2-4 p.m. Jun 19 – Jul 31* WEB

*No class on Jul 3.

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Fundamentals of Botanical Drawing in Graphite

This class shows you how to draw botanical subjects in graphite from direct observation. You will receive step-by-step instructions that foster meditative connections to nature as you create graceful and accurate drawings. Develop contract of line, texture, shading and composition in a nurturing studio environment. Botanical subjects include leaves, flowers and fruits. You will also learn about botany basics to improve accuracy and add beautiful details.

ART 4514 $119

Corry Buckwalter

41036 Mon 2-4 p.m. May 1 – Jun 12* WEB

*No class on May 29.

Japanese Ink and Watercolor Painting

Learn the basic techniques with Sumi ink and watercolors to create expressive and meditative paintings of nature. Topics include classical landscapes, bamboo, orchids, chrysanthemums, cherry trees and more. Focus on the inspirations from the beautiful master paintings of the Edo period in Japanese art. Beginners welcome.

ART 4057 $119

Corry Buckwalter

41038 Tue 4-6 p.m. Jun 13 – Jul 25* WEB

*No class on Jul 4.

Mixed-Media Abstract Painting

Explore combining painting and drawing media to create colorful abstract paintings. Learn about various water-soluble drawing media to create beautiful painterly effects. This class is perfect for those who want to delve into mixed media with watercolors or acrylics.

ART 4070 $189

Payton Cook

41088 Tue 10 a.m.-12 p.m. May 2 – Jul 11* MAI

*No class on Jul 4.

Mixed-Media Watercolor

Explore art-making strategies using mixed media (combinations of traditional and experimental art materials) to design unique and detailed art. Discover how to create backgrounds, textures and layering styles on various surfaces. Apply your creativity to your work while learning valuable techniques that will help you express yourself.

ART 4502 $299

Debra Guidot-Allen

40975 Wed 4-6 p.m. May 10 – Jul 26 MAI

Urban Sketching

Become an urban sketcher as we draw and paint. Fill your sketchbook as you develop your drawing skills, learn watercolor techniques to add color and life, and become more visually aware and appreciative in a supportive environment.

ART 4503 $289

Debra Golden

41028 Tue 4:30-6:30 p.m. May 9 – Jul 25* MAI

*No class on May 30, Jul 4.

Watercolor Flowers

Paint beautiful flowers using various watercolor techniques and high-quality images for inspiration. This class is for anyone who admires this elegant and accessible medium, even those who have never painted. You will learn the foundations of watercolor painting, composition, color, line, light, shadow, form and texture as you paint beautiful and striking images.

ART 4052 $289

Debra Guidot-Allen

40974 Mon 4-6 p.m. May 8 – Jul 24* WEB

*No class on May 29.

Watercolor: Open Studio

This open studio will allow you to experience the creative process at your own pace. Enjoy the company of fellow artists as we explore and experiment with watercolor. This class is for those with some watercolor experience seeking a welcoming space and the guidance of an experienced trainer.

ART 4057 $349

Debra Guidot-Allen

40973 Thu 4-6 p.m. May 11 – Jul 27 WEB

Water-Mixable Oil Paints: Come Paint with Me

Get your creativity flowing and visit the virtual studio to create a masterpiece using water-mixable oils. Join this workshop and walk away with a work of art.

ART 4075 $29

Lisa Risko

41032 Mon 2-4:30 p.m. May 15 WEB

Water-Mixable Oil Paints: Let’s Paint Today

In this online class, we will explore painting fundamentals using water-mixable oils, focus on creating hues and tones with a limited palette, and discover the luminosity this medium offers as we create a lovely masterpiece. Relax and enjoy bringing out the artistic side you may not have known you had.

ART 4075 $29

Lisa Risko

41033 Mon 2-4:30 p.m. Jun 26 WEB

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Health and Wellness

Tools to Keep Moving

Moving matters! Whether a chronic illness, hip or other joint replacement, or advancing age have you questioning your exercise confidence, this class will support you with strategies for incorporating healthy movement at home and in your daily life. You will learn to safely adapt ways to move for common health conditions, develop core strength and balance, and build your strength after joint replacement through a combination of discussion and exercise demonstrations.

PEA 4111 $59 Samantha Zonca

41416 Tue 6-7 p.m. Jul 11 – Aug 15 WEB

Tennis, Anyone?

Work directly with a group trainer at Chippewa Racquet Club to learn the rules of tennis. You’ll also learn techniques for handwork and footwork, stance, basic strokes and grips.

PEA 4125 $139 | mandatory fee: $90 Katherine VanDeWege

41086 Tue 8-9:30 a.m. May 16 – Aug 1* CHI

*No class on Jun 13, Jun 20, Jun 27, Jul 4.

FITNESS

Beginning Walks for Fitness

This provides an introduction to walking for health. The first class will be in the classroom reviewing expectations, what to wear and how to stay safe. The following classes will include seven levelterrain walks of a mile or less at a relaxed pace. The purpose is to build muscle, boost brain power and relieve stress as you increase your stability, maintain/increase bone density and improve your health.

PEA 4018 $89

Jim Nelson

41419 Tue 10-11:30 a.m. May 9 – Jun 27 MAI

Trail Walks 101

Trail walking builds muscles, boosts your brainpower and increases the release of happiness hormones. In the first class you will learn how to stay safe on the trail, what to wear, what to bring and where to go. The classes that follow will include a series of four trail walks. The final class will be a review of personal accomplishments and your path to continuing fitness.

PEA 4018 $89

Jim Nelson

41083 Mon 6:30-8:30 p.m. May 8 – Jun 12* MAI

*No class on May 29.

41082 Sat 10 a.m.-12 p.m. May 13 – Jun 24 MAI

Trail Walks

2.0

If you have trail walking experience or want to expand your fitness skills, join this class. After an in-person introductory class, we will walk four different five-mile trails, providing you with a holistic second step to increase your mind, body and spiritual fitness.

PEA 4018 $125

41084 Sat 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Jul 1 – Jul 29 MAI

41087 Thu 8-9:30 a.m. May 18 – Jul 27* CHI

*No class on Jun 15, Jun 22, Jun 29.

Qigong and Easy Tai Chi: Stretch, De-Stress and Empower

Learn and perform the internal empowerment arts of qigong and tai chi. Whatever your age or fitness level, this meditation and mindbody exercise practice can improve your flexibility, balance, motor skills and mental focus. Reduce stress and increase vitality with natural movement. Calm your mind while creating emotional balance and personal power.

PEA 4171 $169 Karla Groesbeck

41077 Wed 12-1 p.m. May 10 – Jul 19* WEB

*No class on Jun 21.

Tai Chi Chuan for Beginners

Is tai chi chuan an exercise for health and relaxation, or a martial art? The answer is both. In this beginner Yang-style class, you’ll learn techniques to promote mind-and-body relaxation, centering, better balance, concentration and improved health. Tai chi chuan may also facilitate academic, intellectual and conceptual learning. Multi-level.

PEA 4005 $169 | mandatory fee: $20 Karla Groesbeck

41074 Tue 5:30-6:45 p.m. May 16 – Jul 25 TRI

Tai Chi Chuan: Intermediate

Ready for more of a challenge? This class offers a higher level of practice in Yang and Chen tai chi chuan. Work on the form at your own pace with instruction. Experience elementary push hands and applications, plus an introduction to choreographed, beginning solo weapon movement. Multi-level.

PEA 4095 $169 | mandatory fee: $20 Karla Groesbeck

41075 Tue 6:50-8:05 p.m. May 16 – Jul 25 TRI

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Personal Enrichment

HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Tai Chi for Mobility Maintenance

Enjoy this slow, low-impact mind-body exercise that strengthens muscles and improves balance and motor control while facilitating mindfulness and concentration. Practice simple, smooth wholebody movements that can improve your quality of life when added to your daily routine.

PEA 4095 $169 | mandatory fee: $20 Karla Groesbeck

41076 Thu 12-1 p.m. May 11 – Jul 20* TRI

*No class on Jun 22.

Yang-Style Tai Chi and Qigong

Whatever your age or fitness level, this meditation and mind-body exercise practice can bring you tranquility and improve your flexibility, balance, motor skills and mental focus. Reduce stress and increase vitality through these natural and compelling movements. Various qigong sets will be shared. We will practice Yang-style short forms and long-form 108.

PEA 4171 $169 Karla Groesbeck

41078 Fri 12-1 p.m. May 12 – Jul 21* WEB

*No class on Jun 23.

WELL-BEING

Cultivating Compassion

Learn how cultivating compassion can sustain you through tense times and transitions. Discover how self-care and self-compassion are essential for you, your family and your community. With compassion as a foundation, your ambitious and altruistic pursuits can become successful and sustainable.

HSC 4164 $15 Robin Goldberg

41081 Wed 6-7 p.m. May 3 WEB

TRAINER PROFILE

Intro to Mindfulness Meditation: A Tool for Personal Transformation

Mindfulness is a gateway to lasting personal change and growth. In this class, you will learn about mindfulness and concentration in a kind and supportive environment as you take the first steps toward establishing your meditation practice. There will be a strong emphasis on cultivating an open heart as you experience the full benefits of mindfulness. All are welcome; suitable for beginners and anyone seeking to refresh their practice.

SYM 4009 $99 Bilha Birman-Rivlin

41073 Mon 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. May 8 – Jun 19* WEB

*No class on May 29.

Unlock Your Joy and Wisdom with InterPlay

InterPlay is an active, creative practice that’s easy, fun and lifechanging! Combining movement, sound and storytelling, it offers a powerful path to authentic creative expression. You’ll explore your personal stories through words, memories, images, movement and sound. Free your expressive body and voice, and experience the possibility of change, all while developing meaningful community connections. InterPlay is something anybody can do—no experience is necessary. All you need is a willingness to be present and engaged.

HSC 4459 $99 Bilha Birman-Rivlin

41417 Thu 11 a.m.-1 p.m. May 4 – May 25 MAI

Bilha Birman Rivlin, PhD | WELL-BEING

Bilha Birman Rivlin has been practicing Insight Mindful Meditation (IMM) since 2003. She has taught IMM along with Buddhist philosophy and practices for over ten years and led retreats in the Ann Arbor area through Still Mountain Buddhist Meditation Center, where she is an active member on its Teacher’s Council. Rivlin has been a theatre professional for over 30 years as an actress, director, puppeteer, storyteller, and teacher. She is a certified InterPlay leader, and leads events and workshops where people use interactive, playful, yet transformable practices. In an InterPlay session, you play with words, memories and images in combination with movement and sound. Free your expressive body and voice and experience the possibility of change, all while cultivating meaningful community connections. Rivlin’s journey with insight meditation and drama looks at the direct interrelation between creative process, mindful awareness of one’s choices and responsible engagement with social change. She earned her doctorate from the Theatre department at Wayne State University, where she wrote her dissertation on the creative process and the path of transformation.

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Medicinal Plants: An Herbal Wellness Kit

Join us and find out about the nourishing flora around us. Learn how to identify, harvest, and prepare some of these plants to create a first aid salve. We’ll discuss a variety of methods used in herbal wellness and how you can cultivate plants.

HSC 4051 $49 | mandatory fee: $15 Copper Bear Shire 41067 Sun 1-3 p.m. Jul 9 MAI

The Science of Longevity: An Introduction

What does science tell us about adding healthful years to our lives? Learn what recent research indicates you can do in this introductory session. You’ll learn about the role of telomeres in aging and gain evidence-based strategies for eating, exercise, supplements and other habits to support your longevity.

HSC 4461 $29

Gregorio Melean

41418 Fri 7-8:30 p.m. May 12 WEB

Introduction to Animal Reiki

Learn to treat pets and animals with Reiki, the Japanese hands-on healing practice. This holistic approach and complementary therapy are appropriate for all medical, veterinary and behavioral-emotional care. In this class, you will acquire the skills and confidence to give Reiki to pets and animals in your home or shelter settings.

HSC 4377 $45

Dona Duke 41079 Sat 12:30-2 p.m. Jun 24 MAI

Reiki Self-Treatment for Long Covid

This class will teach you a sequence of specific hand positions for self-treatment of long Covid symptoms. Self-care is an essential component for long-term healing. Reiki supports healing. Using selfplaced hand positions, we will cover the nervous system, brain, lungs and organs, emphasizing the kidneys. Anyone can learn to self-treat with Reiki to help balance and restore on multiple levels. When we balance, we shift into rest and recovery mode and restore our bodies. Very simple. Profoundly effective.

HSC 4446 $29

FOOD AND DRINK

Thai Street Food

Thai cuisine is full of aromatic ingredients, cooking styles and dish presentations. In this online interactive class, we’ll make three popular and delicious Thai dishes from scratch, including Thai vermicelli salad, Thai coconut soup and pad Thai with chicken. CUL

Dona Duke

41080 Sat 2:30-4 p.m. Jun 24 MAI

Chinese Steamed Bao

In east and southeast Asia, and especially in China, steamed buns (bao) are a popular street food. They are easy to eat and provide complete nutrients in one bite. In this online interactive class, we’ll make cha shu chicken bao with pickled vegetables and cabbage bao. We’ll make the dough from scratch.

CUL 4071 $35

Korean Street Food

Homestyle Korean cooking is full of vegetables. In this online inter active class, we will make delicious chicken bulgogi bibimbap; a rice bowl with chicken bulgogi, seasoned spinach, cucumber salad, kimchi, egg and delicious sauce.

$35 Ploy Khunisorn 41096 Tue 6-8 p.m. May 9 WEB
4134
41097 Tue 6-8 p.m. Jun 6 WEB
Ploy Khunisorn
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CUL 4181 $35
and Exploration

French Macarons at Home

French macarons are not difficult to make at home if you know the essential techniques to create these delicate meringue-based cookie sandwiches. This online interactive class reveals step-by-step techniques to make macaron shells, American buttercream, fillings and how to decorate your macarons. We will discuss alternative recipes for those with allergies to almonds, nuts or tree nuts. There is no option for an egg allergy.

CUL 4208 $35

Ploy

41098 Tue 6-8 p.m. Aug 8 WEB

Wines: Really Good Ones You’ve Never Tried

Treat your palate to atypical wines and learn about less familiar wine regions. We’ll discuss grape varieties and the elements that influence their flavors. We will delve into the growing regions, food pairings and similar wines of each of our eight lesser-known wine samples.

CUL 4101 $49 | mandatory fee: $25

David Creighton 40947 Thu 6-9 p.m. Jun 8 MAI

HISTORY AND CULTURE

Genealogy 2: Finding Brick-Wall Ancestors

Is the one ancestor you can’t locate holding up your family history? Find that missing family member by learning different methodologies. Be sure to bring a written description of what’s missing from your search and what you already know. An understanding of basic genealogy is helpful.

SOC 4150 $79 Omer Winborn 41013 Mon 6-8 p.m. Jun 5 –

GARDENING

Container Gardening: A Plant in Every Pot

Find out everything you need to know to grow flowers or vegetables in containers! Container gardens are great for small spaces and areas with poor soil. Whether you want seasonal flowers to brighten your porch or balcony, herbs for cooking or small trees or shrubs for privacy screening, there’s a container for you. This class covers soil and soil amendments, choosing containers (including cheap and creative options), and arranging, watering and caring for your plants.

HEC 4375 $35 Monica Milla

Rustic Italian Cooking

NEW RECIPES

Receive recipes, training and tips from experienced Italian chef, Francesca Giarraffa.

A Taste of Southern Italy: Baby Back Ribs Ragu

CUL 4024 40957 May 3

A Taste of Northern Italy: Florence-Style Supper

CUL 4023 40956 May 17

Italian Desserts

CUL 4044 40948 May 10

Pasta Three Ways

CUL 4044 40949 May 24

Sicilian-Style Supper

CUL 4044 40950 Jun 7

Vegetarian Supper

CUL 4044 40954 Jun 14

Summer Salads

CUL 4044 40951 Jun 21

Summer Appetizers

CUL 4044 40955 Jul 5

Chicken Roll-ups

CUL 4044 40952 Jul 12

Grilled Meats, Seafood and Vegetables

CUL 4044 40953 Jul 19

When: Wednesdays | 6-9 p.m.

Where: Dixboro United Methodist Church

Fee: $45 each mandatory fee: $30 each

Make memorable menus with dishes that will make family and friends exclaim buono!

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ORGANIC GARDENING CERTIFICATION

The Michigan Folk School, in partnership with Washtenaw Community College is offering an organic gardener certification program. This program will provide instruction and practical training in organic gardening practices, sustainable agriculture, and farm-to-table food production.

Homesteaders, small-scale farmers, and those preparing to work in farming and food production will find this program essential

ORGANIC Gardening

An Introduction

Are you new to gardening in southeastern Michigan? Would you benefit from a holistic introduction to organic, sustainable food gardening? If yes, then this class is perfect for you. In this three-hour workshop, we will introduce you to organic gardening fundamentals, the environmental benefits of organic agriculture, acceptable gardening materials, and organic food and landscaping standards. We will also discuss the knowledge and skills you need to start and maintain an organic food garden, how to choose a site and establish a bed for composting, organic pest management and water conservation.

HEC 1165 $49

ORGANIC Gardening

Seed Starting Skills

Understand the process of growing from seed, including seed choice and sources, diverse germination requirements, disease prevention, equipment and techniques and young seedling care.

HEC 4485 $65 | mandatory fee: $15

Sun 1-5 p.m.

Folk School

21 MAI

• Take classes individually or as a series to earn your certificate.

• After completing the required eleven classes, a final exam and an 18-hour volunteer component on an approved farm or urban garden, you will receive an organic gardening certificate from Washtenaw Community College.

• You will have a year and a half to complete your classes and volunteer hours.

ORGANIC Gardening

Weed Management

You will learn weed identification and control methods and how to make appropriate weed control plans for various situations.

HEC 1220 $49

ORGANIC Gardening

Soils, Compost and Fertility

Learn the biological principles of composting, the materials and various composting methods and requirements and their value for use in food production.

HEC 1195 $49 MI Folk School 41108 Mon 4-7 p.m. Jul 24 MIF

ORGANIC Gardening

Growing Food I

ORGANIC Gardening

Integrative Pest Management

It’s easier than you think to safely and effectively control pests and diseases using organic methods. Learn the principles of integrative pest management, and the processes to monitor, prevent and control organisms in the organic garden.

Learn the basics of botany and plant life cycles, typical food crop groupings, choosing plants, the basic growing needs of plant families as well as planting methods to achieve the results you want.

HEC 1170 $69 MI Folk School 41109 Sun 1-5 p.m. Aug 6 MAI

HEC 1185 $35 MI Folk School 41106

5:30-7:30 p.m. Jun 7 MAI

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Home and Life

COMPUTING AT HOME

Computer Basics 1: Getting Started with Your Computer

Is it time to become computer literate? Do you have limited computer skills and maybe some computer anxiety? This class makes it easy for a new learner to understand computer terms and set up and use Windows. In addition, as this is an online class you will learn on your desktop or laptop computer in the comfort of your own home.

CIS 1245 $189

Denise Swope

41015 Tue, Thu 10 a.m.-12 p.m. May 9 – May 25 WEB

Computer Basics 2: Windows Plus

Your computer’s operating system, whether you have Windows, Chromebook or a Mac, is the electronic manager of your computer. Take this class to learn how your operating system works and what it can do for you. Home practice suggestions will help you apply new skills on your home computer. Plus, you’ll receive an introduction on how to copy and sync files with various devices, such as thumb drives, external hard drives, smartphones and tablets.

CIS 1008 $189

Denise Swope

41016 Tue, Thu 10 a.m.-12 p.m. May 30 – Jun 15 WEB

Computer Basics 3: Internet Plus

Learn how to browse the internet safely and effectively, download files and documents from the web and print content efficiently. Get the skills to use search engines to find exactly what you need. Find out how to manage attachments, organize your mail and identify and manage spammers and phishers. Plus, receive an introduction to a variety of communication and entertainment tools like Skype, Facebook, online TV and more.

CIS 1009 $189

*No class on Jul 4, Jul 6.

Digital Couponing Basics

If you are not getting the benefits of digital savings because you are afraid or never knew how to use the ever-changing computerbased technology, this online class is for you. Learn safe ways to take advantage of great online deals. Discover how to score rewards in store and online rewards for items you need and get the best prices for you and your loved ones.

CIS 4313 $135

Exploring Smartphones and Tablets

Whether you’ve purchased your first one or upgrading an existing smartphone or tablet, this class is for you! Find out how to unlock the full potential of your devices. You’ll also learn how to set and maintain your tablet or smartphone, understand app permissions, learn hidden features and more.

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DIY HOME REPAIR

DIY: Electricity 101

Are you curious about how your home’s wiring system works? Would you like to know how to safely replace a light switch, outlet or light fixture? Learn the ins and outs of wiring from a licensed builder. You’ll explore safety practices, common types of wiring, including phone and coaxial cable, how to replace fixtures, switches and outlets and recommended materials.

CON 4059 $49

Plumbing 101

Have you ever wondered how your home’s plumbing systems work? Would you like to know how to repair or replace a toilet or faucet? Learn the mechanics of plumbing from a licensed builder. Topics include safety practices, common types of plumbing, how to repair and replace fixtures and recommended materials.

Denise Swope 41031 Tue, Thu 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

8 – Aug 17 WEB

CON 4249 $49

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Denise Swope 41017
Thu 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Jun 20 – Jul 13*
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Denise Swope 41030 Tue, Thu 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Jul 18 – Aug 3 WEB
4289 $189
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MAI
Steven Bredernitz
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Steven Bredernitz
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Personal Enrichment

MOTORCYCLE SAFETY

WCC offers basic rider, returning rider and advanced rider classes.

• New riders: Learn to ride and earn your endorsement in the basic rider class where you’ll ride WCC’s motorcycles.

• Experienced but unlicensed riders: Earn your endorsement in this one-day returning rider class where you’ll ride your own motorcycle.

• Licensed and experienced riders: Enhance your skills with this advanced rider class where you’ll ride your own motorcycle. Class tuition for each is only $50.

Motorcycle safety classes receive funding from an annual grant from the Michigan Department of State. Michigan’s motorcyclists provide the money for the grant funding via fees on their motorcycle operator endorsements and license plates

Basements: From Cellar to Family Retreat

Tired of tripping over toys on your first floor, or need a space for your teenagers to hang out? Want to finish your basement but don’t know where to begin? This introduction to basement remodeling will show you how to realize the dream of a finished basement. Learn from a licensed builder and building inspector the ins and outs of remodeling a basement. Sign up for this class and let’s begin!

CON 4036 $49

Ceramic Tile Installation

Bredernitz

Have you always wanted to learn how to install ceramic tile on walls or floors? This class shows you the tools and processes you need to do just that. We will also cover tile repair and maintenance.

CON 4700 $49 Steven Bredernitz 41011 Thu 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Home Improvement and Preventative Maintenance

Protect your investment by learning the nuts and bolts of home maintenance. Explore ways to assess a problem, determine whether you have the skills to fix it, and which tools to use for particular tasks. Examine seasonal checklists, safety issues, plumbing, electrical, basic caulking techniques and maintenance. You’ve insured your home; now ensure that it will continue to provide you shelter, comfort and enjoyment for years to come.

CON 4565 $89

PERSONAL FINANCE

How to Start Any Home Business

Tired of working for someone else? Do you need to make more money? Turn your talents and hobbies into profits by starting a home business. Taught by a chamber of commerce past president and award-winning business owner, this is probably the most comprehensive business startup workshop you will ever find.

BMG 4249 $39

Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning

Learn about estate planning, including wills, trusts and powers of attorney from a practicing attorney. Explore ways to transfer your property outside of probate and gain the knowledge necessary to decide what estate plan is right for you.

See our website for the class schedule: wccnet.edu/noncredit

LAW 4015 $69

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Jun 22 MAI
Steven Bredernitz 41066 Thu 6:30-8:30 p.m. Jul 13 & Jul 20 MAI
Leanne Krusemark 41061 Tue 7-9 p.m. Jul 11 WEB
Virginia
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Personal Enrichment

Languages

American Sign Language 1

Focus: Everyday phrases, proper use of gestures, idioms, body language and sentence structure.

ASL 4000 $289

Brooke McCully

41421 Wed 6-8 p.m. May 24 – Jul 26 MAI

Chinese Language and Culture

Focus: Explore pronunciations, greetings and useful expressions for daily life about people and things. History, beliefs, customs and food of Chinese culture and country.

CHN 4000 $239 Ariana Tang

41420 Tue, Thu 6-8 p.m. Jun 6 – Jul 13* WEB

*No class on Jul 4.

Conversational Spanish: Level 1

Focus: Build beginning and foundational vocabulary, including greetings, home and household, colors, time and dates.

SPN 1000 $299

Gregorio Melean

41014 Sat 10 a.m.-12 p.m. May 6 – Jul 8 WEB

Conversational Spanish 3

Focus: Using advanced conditional verb tenses in daily life activities.

SPN 4003 $289

Gregorio Melean

Senior Focus

All county residents 65 years and older before the start of the semester can take classes at many conveniently located centers throughout Washtenaw County.

Learning a new language is fun and allows you to communicate with people from other countries. It also opens your mind to different cultures and viewpoints, enhances your understanding of the world and can even improve your cognitive functions. Want to “talk the talk?” Visit wccnet.edu/noncredit.

Japanese: Level 1

Focus: Proper Japanese pronunciations, greetings and useful expressions for daily life. You’ll also become familiar with the Japanese culture.

JPN 4000 $239

Kenji Yano

40976 Thu 6-8 p.m. May 4 – Jul 6 WEB

Russian for Travelers

Focus: Develop basic vocabulary for greetings, food and dining; common travel phrases and culture.

RUS 4004 $289 Natalia Alexandrova 40977 Sat 10 a.m.-12 p.m. May 6 – Jul 8 WEB

Russian for Travelers: (Short Session)

Focus: Develop basic vocabulary for greetings, food and dining; common travel phrases and culture.

RUS 4004 $169 Natalia Alexandrova 41018 Sat 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Jul 15 – Aug 12 WEB

Choose from a variety of topics including fitness, visual arts, yoga, dance and more. Contact individual centers for specific class details and to register. Visit

41101 Wed 6:30-8:30 p.m. May 3
Jul 12* MAI *No class on May 3, Jul 3, Jul 5.
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SUMMER TECH CAMPS

AccelerateKID® Code Warriors Scratch For 3-5 graders

Create code using Scratch block programming language to design games like Flappy Bird. You’ll get information about coding concepts, design advanced games and implement programming logic. At the end of the camp, you’ll present your storyboard and game.

CIS 4062 $299 | mandatory fee: $25

AccelerateKIDS

40958 Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Jun 12 – Jun 16 MAI 40964 Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Jul 31 – Aug 4 MAI

AccelerateKID® Code Masters JavaScript For 6-8 graders

Advanced computer science using the JavaScript programming language is what this camp is all about. You will leave this camp with advanced JavaScript programming logic and debugging skills, an understanding of JavaScript syntaxes and how to develop custom apps and games using sports and animal themes.

CIS 4053 $299 | mandatory fee: $25

40959 Mon-Fri 1-4 p.m.

NASA Academy of Future Space Explorers Ages 5-12

WCC along with Mad Science Detroit have teamed up with NASA in a quest for exploration! Take a voyage of discovery into the atmosphere and beyond as you explore planets, moons and other space phenomena in our solar system. Things will heat up as you examine the sun and other stars and discover the difficulties of space travel. You will get a firsthand experience of the challenges of living in space as you build a satellite and train to be an astronaut. You will explore various technologies that make space exploration possible while bouncing lasers around the room, building a rocket and participating in a real NASA-style rocket launch. AST

NASA Innovators Camp Ages 7-14

Think and act like a NASA innovator during this hands-on program inspired by NASA’s current missions. The primary focus will include the ARTEMIS mission to the moon where NASA will land the first woman and next man on the moon’s surface by 2024, using innovative technologies to explore more of the lunar surface than ever before. You will love to design patches for your mission and build a rover as you put yourself in the shoes of an astronaut.

Health Care Career Exploration Camp For 6-8 graders

Explore the medical field with a focus on health care professions in a hands-on and fun environment. This camp will give you an understanding of what’s involved in the medical setting with nursing and other health professions such as physical therapy, dietetics, and more.

AccelerateKIDS

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Aug 4 MAI
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Mad Science Detroit 41042 Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Jun 19 – Jun 23 MAI 41043 Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Jul 24 – Jul 28 MAI
4000 $260
AST 4001 $260 Mad Science Detroit 41045 Mon-Fri 1-5 p.m. Jun 19 – Jun 23 MAI 41046 Mon-Fri 1-5 p.m. Jul 24 – Jul 28 MAI
HSC 4442 $100 WCC Trainer 40960 Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Jun 26 – Jun 30 MAI
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AccelerateKID®

Minecraft Modding Java For 5-8 graders

Get the skills to modify Minecraft plugins and mods using the Java programming language. Develop mods for game play and design new features and items. At the end of the camp, you’ll share your creation.

CIS 4058 $299 | mandatory fee: $55

AccelerateKID®

Roblox Game Design For 5-8 graders

Learn to develop 3D space using the Roblox Studio editor and Lua Scripting language. You will create your own games with objects and items using computer programming. Your goal is to understand the virtual game, know the toolbox and features, and build an elaborate personalized arena to share with friends.

CIS 4312 $299 | mandatory fee: $30

Introduction to Drones for Youth Ages 11-14

Join us for a week-long, deep dive into the world of drones with this exciting camp! Learn about the history of drones while gaining hands-on experience with a drone simulator. You’ll also have a chance to work with modeling using a 3D printer. At the end of the week, you will walk away with a mini remote-control drone to continue your learning at home.

HOB 4028 $299 | mandatory fee: $40 Detroit Drones

Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Spool School: Hand Sewing Camp Ages 6-14

Discover this surprising art form and gain skills that will last you a lifetime! Each day will introduce a new project to expand creativity and engineering skills. Learn to use simple tools and materials in exciting new ways. Leave the week with an armload of accomplishments and a simple sewing kit.

HEC 4277 $249 | mandatory fee: $30

Spool School: Machine Sewing Camp

Ages 8-16

Bring your own sewing machine and join the fun of learning this valuable skill. Practice safety, basic techniques, and professional touches while exercising creativity. Choose from a sampling of small projects for various sewing styles that develop construction techniques and problem-solving skills. Leave the week with confidence, an armload of success, and lots of fun ideas!

HEC 4276 $249 | mandatory fee: $30 Heather Reed

3D Printing for Teens

Ages 9-14

3D printing and modeling technology is a fast-growing field that encourages STEAM. (science, technology, engineering, arts, math). This class will teach you how to use Autodesk software to design three-dimensional models used for printing objects, Students will assemble an Ender 3D printer in the lab for use in printing.

CIS 4064 $159 | mandatory fee: $30

Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Jun 26
Jun 30 MAI 40967 Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Aug 21 – Aug 25 MAI
AccelerateKIDS 40968
AccelerateKIDS 40961 Mon-Fri 1-4 p.m. Jun 26 – Jun 30 MAI 40966 Mon-Fri 1-4 p.m. Aug 21 – Aug 25 MAI
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Jul 14 MAI 40963 Mon-Fri
Jul 10 – Jul 14 MAI
40962
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41048 Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Jul 31 – Aug 4 MAI
Heather Reed
41049 Mon-Fri 1-4 p.m. Jul 31 – Aug 4 MAI
41412 Mon-Fri
a.m.-12 p.m. Aug 7 – Aug 11 MAI Future U • Summer Tech
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Policies/Information

Class Drop/Refund Policy: Drops are accepted up to the start of the first class. No refunds are given, for any reason, once the class starts. Mandatory fees will only be refunded if a class is dropped at least 72 hours prior to the start of the first class. You may request a drop from a class:

• If you registered online or in person, contact our offices at 734-677-5060 or ecdevelopment@wccnet.edu.

• If you registered by mail, include your full name, address, class title, class number and class ID, and send your request to Division of Economic and Community Development, ML 104, Washtenaw Community College, 4800 East Huron River Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48105-4800.

Cancellations: Washtenaw Community College reserves the right to cancel or reschedule a class that does not meet minimum paid enrollment. Participants will be notified of cancellations via email or phone.

Mandatory Fees: Some classes require additional fees for supplies or materials. These are noted in the online class details. All mandatory fees must be paid at the time of registration. Check the website for the most up-to-date fee information.

Location and Parking: A majority of classes are held on the main campus of WCC. The locations of off-campus classes are in the class details. Parking on campus is now easier than ever with the new, centrally located parking structure. For additional parking info and directions, visit wccnet.edu/about-us/visiting.

What Is a CEU? A CEU (continuing education unit) is a national measurement unit. One CEU equals 10 classroom or equivalent hours and is used to record, transfer and recognize participation in noncredit classes.

Mailing List Statement: Please note every effort is made to remove individuals or businesses that have requested, in writing, to be deleted from Washtenaw Community College’s mailing lists and/or database. WCC obtains mailing lists and data from many sources and cannot guarantee you will be eliminated from every mailing.

Location Index

CHI Chippewa Tennis and Swim Club

DIX Dixboro United Methodist Church

MAI Main Campus

MIF MI Folk School

TRI Trinity Lutheran Church

Emeritus Scholarship: In order to be granted emeritus status, you must bring your driver’s license or state-issued photo ID to Student Connection on the WCC campus to confirm that you are 65 years of age and have in-district residency status.To register online with the scholarship, please contact our offices at 734-677-5060, and we will apply the scholarship to your tuition for noncredit classes. Please note that the emeritus scholarship does not cover mandatory class fees.

Nonprofit Agency Scholarship: This scholarship provides payment for tuition (only) of agency-approved Economic and Community Development noncredit classes. Submit an application each semester for each class you plan to attend. You must complete all items on this checklist to qualify: 1) You must be a permanent employee of a nonprofit agency (permanent position) in Washtenaw County; 2) Submit the nonprofit agency scholarship application with a copy of your agency’s 501 (c)3 documentation, and supervisor-approved class(es) and signature, 10 business days before start of class; 3) You must attend all class sessions and complete all class requirements. If the class is not successfully completed, you (or your agency) may be billed for the full tuition amount of the class and/or have your scholarship discontinued.

Information/application: Go to wccnet.edu/workforce-development, or contact Eric Penrose at epenrose@wccnet.edu or 734-677-5027.

Pricing: Current at the time of publication.

Accreditation:

WCC Board of Trustees

Angela Davis, Chair

William G. Milliken, Jr., Vice Chair

David DeVarti, Treasurer

Ruth Hatcher, Secretary

Diana McKnight-Morton, Trustee

Christina M. H. Fleming, Trustee

Alex Milshteyn, Trustee

Rose B. Bellanca, Ed.D., WCC President

WCC is a smoke-free campus.

This schedule was designed and produced by Marketing and Public RelationsServices. Rev: 3/23

Washtenaw Community College is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois 60604-1411, 800-621-7440, ncahlc.org. Contact 734-973-3300 for information about Washtenaw Community College.

ADA/EEO/Title IX/Section 504 Compliance Statements: Washtenaw Community College does not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, color, national origin, age, sex, height, weight, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or any other protected status in its programs and activities. The following office has been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: Vice President of Student Services, SC 251, 734-973-3536. Facility access inquiries: V.P. of Facilities, Development & Operations, PO 112, 734-677-5322 If you have a disability and require accommodation to participate in this event, contact Learning Support Services at 734-973-3342 to request accommodations at least 72 hours in advance. © 2023 Washtenaw Community College.

Title II Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act Compliance Statement: The Student-Right-to-Know and The Crime Awareness & Campus Security Act of 1990 (also known as the Clery Act) requires institutions to disclose information about graduation rates, crime statistics, and security information to current and prospective students. Individuals interested in obtaining this type of information should contact the Dean of Students office at 734-973-3328. © 2023 Washtenaw Community College.

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Three Easy Ways to Register

Online Register and pay by credit card. wccnet.edu/noncredit

Mail-in*

Send completed registration form with check or money order (payable to Washtenaw Community College) to:

Professional Development Registration

Walk-in*

Student Center Building

WCC Main Campus

4800 East Huron River Drive Ann Arbor, MI 48105-4800

• Before registering online for the first time, you must create a student profile.

• Household profiles allow a single family account so that adults can register children for youth programs. For more information on household profiles, please call our office at 734-677-5060.

• To find classes, click All Classes on the Browse menu to select a subcategory. Click on class titles to see descriptions.

• To register for a class, click Add to Cart, enter your credit card payment information and print your receipt.

Student Records, SC203 Washtenaw Community College

4800 East Huron River Drive Ann Arbor, MI 48105-4800

• Only registrations accompanied by full payment will be processed.

• No credit card payment options are available for mail-in registration.

• Deadline for mail-in registration is seven business days prior to the first class.

• Mail-in registration does not guarantee a seat in the class.

Payment by check (including all fees) is due at the time of registration.

*NOTE: Participants who are registering for online classes and those with a coupon must register online at wccnet.edu/noncredit.

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