Intro to iPhone
SYN # 78193
Instructor: Jordan Callier
Apple’s iPhones are small, powerful, and very useful. iPhones have so much to offer, but many users are unaware of all of their capabilities. In this class, you will learn to optimize your iPhone using the installed iOS applications and settings. Then you will learn to customize your iPhone to increase functionality through third-party apps. Please bring your own iPhone and charger to class. If you haven’t upgraded your Operating System yet, don’t get caught off guard by any surprises. We will cover everything you need to know to upgrade your phone to iOS7.
Classroom session is required to be able to take the attached field session: Introduction to Avalanches Field Session, OUT-901 VE02, syn #75957, December11,9a -4p, Vail Pass. You must be18 minimum at the start of the Field Session class to participate.12/09/2013 -12/09/2013, $40, Course # OUT-901-VE01, Syn #75379. Location: Edwards Campus. For registration information, click the Back button at the top of this entry.
TIPS (Training for Intervention Procedures) is the most widely recognized certification training for alcohol servers, whether restaurant employees or event volunteers. This class covers responsible service, sale and consumption of alcohol. It is designed to prevent intoxication, underage drinking and drunk driving. Price includes workbook and exam, and those who pass will be TIPS certified for three years. Please register in advance to ensure arrival of workbook. To discuss group registrations, call970-569-2933.12/10/2013 -12/10/2013, $45, Course # BUS-901-VE10, Syn #78096. Location: Edwards Campus. For registration information, click the Back button at the top of this entry.
Introduction to Avalanches Field Session on Vail Pass. Fast progression covers the latest techniques. This is an on-the-snow avalanche class. You will learn cutting-edge rescue, beacon use, group dynamics and stability analysis. Small class size allows for extensive hands-on training. Course follows guidelines of the American Avalanche Association. Prerequisite is Introduction to Avalanches classroom session. Details of field day are reviewed during classroom session. Class meets at Vail Pass parking lot – details provided. Maximum8 students. You must be18 minimum at the start of the class to participate.12/11/2013 -12/11/2013, $75+15, Course # OUT-901-VE02, Syn #75957. Location: in the field. For registration information, click the Back button at the top of this entry.
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You will make, bake, share and wrap dozens and dozens of holiday cookies and treats – and go home to a clean kitchen. We will show you how to package for gifting and offer tips on storing. Bring your favorite cookie tins or storage containers. 12/14/2013 -12/15/2013, $90, Course # CUA-901-VE10, Syn #78136. Location: Battle Mountain High School Kitchen. For registration information, click the Back button at the top of this entry.
In this three-hour workshop, we will explore and learn about these three popular applications on the Mac. These are three built-in applications on the Mac, which are both fun and easy to use. You will learn how to surf the web, how to use the Safari program effectively, how to save your favorite web sites with bookmarks, how to organize your bookmarks, how to search effectively for information on-line, and how set up parental on-line restraints for your children. Using Mac Mail, you will learn how to write, send, receive, reply, forward, organize and delete emails. You will learn how to send attachments, how to save attachments that others send you, and how know if your attachments are properly sized. Using the Mac Address book, you will learn how this program integrates with Mac Mail, and how to add people and groups to your address book.
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