January – February 2014
The basics and beyond for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, HootSuite. How to use social media to build the presence of your own brand on the web. Learn how to engage and extend your community via social media in a way that’s essential to your business and/or personal interests.
Step into Waltz, Cha Cha, Foxtrot, and Swing. Partners encouraged but not required.
An American Heart Association Blended learning course; part of the course is completed online, and part in person with an instructor. Each student at an additional cost of $39.95 must complete Part One of the course online at http: //www.onlineaha.org/. Then, students will contact Kerry Wirth to schedule their 60 minutes skill testing time slot and present the completed AHA online certificate. Contact Kerry Wirth 925-7740 for details.
Focuses on the introductory techniques for reading and using construction plans with an emphasis on those drawings and types of information relevant to construction trades. Provides instruction on the quantity take off and measuring process. Provides introduction to viewing and navigating electronic blueprints using Adobe reader. Provides introduction to on-screen takeoff software.
The basics and beyond for YouTube, Pinterest, Google+, Instagram. Learn to take your social media footprint to the next level by creating a community based on your business and/or personal interests. Students must bring their own devices. Laptops required; tablets not recommended; smartphones (in addition to laptops) are recommended but not required.
Enjoy lively conversational French! Practice in the spoken idiom, phonetics, fluency of expression, and establishing conversational vocabulary at an advanced and intermediate levels.
Learn healthy singing habits, breathing, expanding vocal range, relaxing the body, and overcoming stage fright.
Covers basic camera operations as well as basic computer editing software (Adobe Photoshop Elements). Tuesday classes will be classroom style classes, with Saturdays in the field, working hands on with your camera.