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
Continuing education classes add knowledge, skills and new experiences to your life
Learn new skills or try something you've always wanted to do with continuing education opportunities in Vail Valley at Edwards. Colorado Mountain College gets you together with the region's best teacher and mentors. Share the experience and make friends with your new classmates.
Upcoming Non-credit Classes
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Class Description: Concerned about the future? Do you know how will you adjust to a world driven by artificial intelligence or compete with a robot co-worker? Stressed about our politics, economics and cultural divisions, and uncomfortable with the change? The solutions to many of our fears and anxieties about change lie within us. This class explores what the future and technology may look like, examines our personal barriers to change, and provides techniques and tools to expand our comfort and ability… Continue Reading: Future-Proof YourselfFind out more »
Class Description: Intermediate Class - In this workshop style course the instructor will aid the students to better understand the camera settings and the thought processes "in the field" while shooting certain outdoor subjects. Students need to already have basic understanding of their Digital SLR camera (Aperature, ISO, Shutter speed, etc .) but still need help selecting the proper "camera settings", metering, evaluating the subject, and environment. Students will be asked to bring to class: Digital SLR Camera, Owners Manual, camera… Continue Reading: In the Field W/ Digital SLRFind out more »