Current Class Schedule for Vail Valley at Edwards
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Colorado Mountain College Vail Valley at Edwards students are studying medical assisting, mathematics, physical activity and recreation, Emergency Medical Technician training and so much more!
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CMC provides all textbook, digital, and custom materials at an affordable all-inclusive flat rate fee ($26/credit) for participating credit courses. The Learning Materials Program is a library-like lease system and students receive 100% of the required materials by the first day of the semester or within the first week, depending on when registration occurred.
Non-credit Classes at Vail Valley at Edwards
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Upcoming Non-credit Classes
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Class Description: This class is designed for the general population and outdoor enthusiasts, and follows American Heart Association guidelines. Learn basic first aid skills; how to administer CPR to infants, children, and adults; and how to use an AED. The textbook and an individual pocket mask for CPR are included in the class fee. Students who successfully complete this class will receive a certification card valid for two years. Faculty: Pliske Kirk Meets: Sa; October 20, 2018, through October 20, 2018 Cost: $66 Syn: #14192 Use Syn # 14192 to Search and…Find out more »
Class Description: Practice your craft during self-guided studio time. You are welcome to use the studio when classes are not in session; facilitated studio time will be on Tuesdays from 2-5pm. You must have been enrolled in the CMC studio or ceramics class prior to enrolling in this studio. If you have questions about the studio,e-mail Willow Murphy firstname.lastname@example.org. Faculty: Murphy Willow Meets: Tu; October 23, 2018, through December 11, 2018 Cost: $130 Syn: #14852 Use Syn # 14852 to Search and Register for your class. See Classes for complete campus class schedules.Find out more »
Class Description: 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. Faculty: Murphy Willow Meets: We; October 24, 2018, through December 19, 2018 Cost: $175 Syn: #14849 Use Syn # 14849 to Search and Register for your class. See Classes for complete campus class schedules.Find out more »
Class Description: This course is intended for students who are experienced Excel 2016 users that want to work with some more advanced Excel features. Material covered includes: performing advanced data analysis (such as Lookup functions), working with multiple worksheets and workbooks, sharing and protecting workbooks, applying data validation and formula auditing, and forecasting data. The ability to collaborate with colleagues, automate complex or repetitive tasks, and use conditional logic will put the full power of Excel at your fingertips. Taught…Find out more »
Class Description: This six-week workshop will first look closely at the functions of scene in narrative writing. It will then explore techniques for writing satisfying, effective scenes that stay in the moment, move action through time, reveal character growth, and deftly guide a story toward its climax. Cap of 12 students. Text: "Story: Style, Structure, Substance, and the Principles of Screenwriting" by Robert McKee Faculty: Sappenfield Heather Meets: Tu; October 30, 2018, through December 11, 2018 Cost: $200 Syn: #14517 Use Syn # 14517 to Search and…Find out more »
Class Description: Get the skills and confidence you need to organize and deliver effective presentations to groups large and small. Over the course of two, three-hour sessions, you will learn what it takes to be an effective public speaker, and will practice giving presentations. The instructor and participants will provide feedback, so you can hone your skills. Faculty: Lieberman Amy Meets: Th; November 1, 2018, through November 8, 2018 Cost: $195 Syn: #14757 Use Syn # 14757 to Search and Register for your class. See Classes for complete campus class schedules.Find out more »