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.
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.
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.
If you already have an understanding of iPhone basics, or you have taken the Intro to iPhone class, then this class is perfect for you. Learn how to maximize the potential for your iPhone. In this class, you will optimize your iPhone using more advanced settings. Then you will learn to customize your iPhone to increase functionality through third-party apps. Helpful shortcuts, along with tips and tricks, will help you get the most out of your iOS7 experience. Please bring your own iPhone and charger to class. 05/24/2014 – 05/24/2014, Course # CIS-901-VE09, Syn # 83196.
iPads are incredible tools that change the way you interact with the world. In this class, you will learn to optimize your iPad using system preferences. Then you will learn to customize your device to increase functionality through third-party apps. You will see how an iPad can replace a computer for most of your digital needs. The latest features of iOS7 will also be explored. Please bring your own iPad and charger to class. 05/24/2014 – 05/24/2014, Course # CIS-901-VE11, Syn # 83201.
You will create a lean, firm, sculpted body by combining the muscle-shaping principles of isometrics and the body-elongating practice of dance conditioning in a powerful exercise format. 05/27/2014 – 08/05/2014, Course # DAN-901-VE02, Syn # 83381.
Take your natural flexibility to the next level. Designed for all to enhance full-body conditioning, flexibility and lengthening. 05/27/2014 – 08/05/2014, Course # DAN-901-VE03, Syn # 83383.
You will learn to create three-dimensional works with clay using proper techniques and a variety of tools. You will study Slab and coil construction, wheel throwing, glazing, and firing. 05/28/2014 – 08/06/2014, Course # ART-901-VE02, Syn # 83285.
This course is an overview of Buddhism. Each session will include short meditation practices, as well as a presentation designed to illuminate and provoke discussions on such topics as the Four Noble Truths, dependent origination, karma, and the five aggregates. The required text, What the” Buddha Taught by Walpola Rahula, is available at The Bookworm” for $14.95. 05/28/2014 – 06/18/2014, $41808, Course # PHI-901-VE01, Syn # 83530.