Expand Your Horizons with Continuing Education, Non-Credit Classes
Your local campus has a wide variety of Continuing Education Classes to improve your health, mind and spirit
From learning Adobe Photoshop to Zumba workouts, Colorado Mountain College has over 300 classes to choose from.
Delve into an area of personal interest, such as history, geology or economics. Get in shape with yoga, fitball or Hoop dancing. Learn to play guitar or cook ethnic dishes. Improve jobs skills including Social Media Marketing or mastering Quickbooks. Or just have fun with acting or crochet.
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Upcoming Continuing Education Classes
Classes listed below by starting date. See the Search button (above) for complete list of Continuing Education Classes.
July – August 2014
Short & Sweet classes, within Vera Dawson
This top illustrator software allows you to convert images to scalable, editable artwork in seconds. Take your graphics virtually everywhere: to the printed page, web sites, or video. Covers beginning and intermediate techniques.
An American Heart Association Blended Learning course; part of the course is completed online, and part in person with an instructor, during the scheduled hours for the class. Each student completes Part One (online portion)individually. Students must pay the additional online registration cost registration cost directly to AHA when registrationfor the online portion is completed. Online registration and information at http://www.onlineaha.org/. Then, students will contact Kerry Wirth to schedule their 60 minute skill testing time slot and present the completed AHA online certificate. Contact Kerry Wirth 925-7740 for details.
Julia revolutionized French cuisine by presenting an approachable version of sophisticated French cooking techniques. Pay tribute to Julia in preparing items from her book Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Prepare dishes such as Soupe a Oignon Gratinee, her legendary Boeuf Bourguignon and a classic Apple Tart from Normandy.
DSLR Photography in the Field
This is an intermediate DSLR photography class for students who already have knowledge of the basic camera functions and settings (manual settings, ISO, shutter speed and aperture). The instructor, Steve Chinn, will provide hands-on guidance in the field and help you gain greater control of exposures. No point-and-shoot or mirror-less cameras. Bring your DSLR camera, accessories, owner’s manual and memory stick to class. Class meets three evenings from 6-8pm on Tuesday, July 29, Thursday, July 31 and Tuesday, August 5. Syn #85088. Call #970-569-2900 to register or register online at WebAdvisor.
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Introduces the basics of worksheet operations using Microsoft Excel 2010. Topics include data entry, formatting, formulas, functions, printing, and file management. Prerequisite: familiarity with the Windows operating system.
In October 2010 excavators working at the Ziegler Reservoir in Snowmass Village made an astonishing discovery. The site was the final resting place of 41 different kinds of Ice Age animals including mammoths, mastodons, giant bison and more. It is one of the most significant discoveries in North America. Bring the kids and learn more about the discovery!
Please join us for the Summer 2014 Speaker Series:
Wednesday, July 30, 4:30 p.m.
Walk on the Wild Side with Garry Zabel
Discussion at the Ice Age Discovery Center from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Later, 5:30 to 7 p.m., there will be a hike up the Rim Trail above the reservoir for a glaciology/geology walking lecture. Come prepared to hike and provide your own transportation to the trailhead.
The Ice Age Discovery Center is located on the Snowmass Village Mall. Parking is provided in lots 4, 5, 8 and 9.
These events are free and open to the public.
The sequel to our most popular vegetarian class takes another look at bringing vegetables to the center of the plate. Learn to prepare a variety of wonderful vegetarian dishes ranging from appetizers to main courses and even desserts.
This class concentrates on legendary products such as Parmesana Reggiano, Prosciutto de Parma, and prized balsamic vinegars. Savor authentic dishes such as Braised Chicken with Wild Mushrooms, Classic Polenta, Wild Field Green Salads with Prosciutto, and Pan-Seared Duck with Apples and Cream.
Aromatic, colorful, flavorful and good for you, the spices of India add so many aspects to this exotic, delicious cuisine. Turmeric, coriander, cinnamon, nutmeg