In this class you experience the vast and mysterious universe of Tai Chi. This is an outstanding fitness regimen for senior citizens, but excellent for all ages. The myriad of health benefits include, but are not limited to: improved balance, strength, flexibility and peace of mind. You learn the Yang 24 short form of Tai Chi (and are introduced to Yang 108 long form) as well as practice Chi Kung relaxation and healing movements. Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5/20-7/31. Cost: $105; Refund: 5/16.
Improve your English in basic to advanced classes. Students must take a test on registration day to determine their class level.
Just beginning to join the technology age? Never, or rarely, use a computer? Feeling left out when people talk about computers? Come learn the basics of PC operations in a safe, supportive environment. (Explicaci
This class provides hands-on training to give you the skills to become a home care worker, paid care provider, family caregiver and/or volunteer by preparing you to assist the chronically ill, disabled or frail older adult. This course is a great starting point for those interested in a health career, as you will obtain basic experience while developing a skill that may open up career opportunities. GED or high school diploma not required for this course. Minimum age for enrollment is 18. There is a required textbook for this course. Please see CMC’s online bookstore for ordering information. Text required. 05/20/2014 – 08/05/2014, $41856, Course # HWE-901-VE12, Syn # 82660.
Emphasis: Aikido. This is an Aikido martial arts course. Aikido philosophy is concerned with protecting oneself while not harming the attacker. Aikidoists join rather than oppose. This is a philosophy of life. Through the sweat and motion of training, the harmony of Aikido is discovered. Students 14 years and older may register for this class. Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5/20-8/7. Cost: $145; Refund: 5/16.
Join us this summer, catching some rays and breezes while doing vinyasa flow, standing balancing poses as well as strengthening and flexibility asanas outside (weather permitting, room 102, if not). For all levels. 05/21/2014 – 07/23/2014, Course # PED-901-VE05, Syn # 83474.
Take the mystery out of managing the accounting side of your small business. Learn accounting terminology, including debits and credits. Explore various methods for keeping your books and learn about tax options. Find out how to create and analyze basic financial statements, not only for taxes at year end, but to help monitor your business throughout the year. 05/21/2014 – 05/28/2014, Course # ACC-901-VE01, Syn # 83162.
According to some research by app developers, people use only between 25% to 40% of all their apps and tools. Make your iPad the best companion with all the tools you need to make your life much easier. Come to learn more cool things your iPad can do. Discover the hidden tools, settings and apps of your iPad. (Explicación en español tambien; Spanish explanation by request). Meets Wednesdays, 5/21-5/28. Cost: $75; Refund: 5/19.
Start at the beginning with this basic class. Learn about memory storage, RAM and ROM. Learn how to navigate the Windows hierarchy of folders and files to open, save and move documents. Set up your own hierarchy to reflect how you use the computer. Learn how to use a variety of applications that are included with the Windows operating system. Become proficient enough to go home and work with confidence on your own computer. 05/22/2014 – 05/29/2014, Course # CIS-901-VE02, Syn # 83175.
Covers manual checks, bank transfers, credit card transactions, reconciling bank and credit card accounts to third-party statements, and use of asset, liability and equity accounts to record transactions. Prerequisite: Quickbooks I or instructor consent. Emphasis: QuickBooks 2012. Cost: $75; Refund: 5/21.