Colorado Mountain College Classes at Glenwood Springs
Find your classes at the Glenwood Springs or Spring Valley campuses
Improve your life and enjoy learning with new friends. If you want to tone your body, sharpen your mind, bump up your skills or simply have fun, we have a class that can help.
Use the link below to download/view the complete schedule of credit classes (PDF).
CMC provides all textbook, digital, and custom materials at an affordable all-inclusive flat rate fee ($28/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.
Community Education Classes @ Glenwood Springs
Improve your resume, health, mind and soul with Community Education Classes.
Use the link below to download/view the complete schedule of non-credit classes (PDF). Or browse the calendar of up-coming classes.
Upcoming Non-credit Classes
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This class introduces the Adobe InDesign page design and layout toolset. Learn to use fonts, place images, and manipulate colors to create a finished piece for publication. Students must have basic computer skills, and should bring a thumb or flash drive to save work. Faculty: Carol Gault Classes: November 7 through November 21 Meets: Thursday; 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM Cost: $70 Register Now! Search for Beginning InDesign on Community Education Classes…Find out more »
Learn to prepare plant-based whole foods that anyone will enjoy eating! We will meet in the kitchen and have fun creating colorful food to eat and take home! No previous cooking (or combining) experience necessary. Everyone has fun! You will learn 6 new recipes to take home to add to your collection. Please wear comfy shoes and bring six 8-12oz "to go" containers to take food home (and a bag!) $20.00 food cost fee paid directly to the instructor at… Read more: Potlucks and Parties – Salads – BrowniesFind out more »
Classes: November 7 (only) Meets: Thursday; 06:30 PM - 08:30 PM Cost: Free Register Now! Search for What is Magic: The Gathering? on Community Education Classes…Find out more »
This class is sponsored by High Country Retired Senior Volunteer Program and is designed for drivers age 50 and over. It covers topics such as how to compensate for changes in vision, hearing, and reaction time; how to handle problem situations; what to do if confronted by an aggressive driver; how medications may affect driving; and how to assess your own and others' driving abilities with a Personal Driving Capability Index. Most Colorado auto insurance companies offer discounts for course… Read more: AARP Driver Safety for 50+Find out more »
Successful completion of this class certifies students to be employed as Qualified Medication Administration Personnel (QMAP) and administer medications in a variety of settings in Colorado, including assisted living facilities, residential care, day care programs, host homes, and respite and group homes. Employers will need to provide training specific for their facility. The first day is an eight hour mandatory class, while the second day is testing only and takes roughly two hours. A $14.00 dollar state fee will be… Read more: QMAP InstructionFind out more »
Join Chef Ingrid for a hands-on lesson in making pies and tarts. We’ll cover the how-to’s as well as how-not-to’s and a few tricks of the trade for flaky, perfect crusts and seamless tarts. You’ll get to make your own dough, roll out your own crusts and get your confidence up in time for holiday baking. This session will introduce all to the fine craft of making pie crusts and tart shells the old fashioned way, using classic ingredients, as… Read more: Baking Pies & Tarts with Chef IngridFind out more »
Join Chef Ingrid for a hands-on lesson in making pies and tarts. We'll cover the how-to's as well as how-not-to's and a few tricks of the trade for flaky, perfect crusts and seamless tarts. You'll get to make your own dough, roll out your own crusts and get your confidence up in time for holiday baking. This session will introduce all to the fine craft of making pie crusts and tart shells the old fashioned way, using classic ingredients, as… Read more: Baking Pies and Tarts with Chef Ingrid WussowFind out more »
It's not by looking outside yourself that you find answers, but by diving in… Embrace authenticity and discover a higher self while expanding and deepening the peace and potential that's within you. In this fun, interactive presentation students will uncover unconscious but controlling negative thoughts, identify and process old emotions, and take steps to achieve life balance. Students will explore each segment on a personal level and leave with tools to improve quality of life. The course includes special segments… Read more: Higher Self-Care for SuperwomenFind out more »
Learn how to to back up the photos you take on your digital camera or smartphone, and how to organize them both on your computer and smartphone. Faculty: Miranda Watson Classes: November 13 (only) Meets: Wednesday; 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM Cost: $35 Register Now! Search for Digital Photo Management on Community Education Classes…Find out more »
Here's an opportunity for you to take due time to reflect about where your life is, evaluate it and then determine which areas need improvement and take action. Going through this guided process will allow you to elevate your level of consciousness so you can experience a Peak State and from there, CREATE what will come next. If you are looking to modify, change, improve or raise your standards in any area of your life this is a workshop you… Read more: Solid Outcomes: Create Your Next Decade in AdvanceFind out more »
Students will transfer a design on to a piece of clothing, and learn a variety of textural stitches such as french knots, lazy daisy, blanket stitch, satin stitch and chain stitch with cotton floss on cotton fabric. Different tools, materials and fiber options will be discussed. Students should bring a piece of cotton clothing the want to embellish, cotton embroidery floss, their own scissors, 5" embroidery hoop, and magnifier/reading glasses if needed.Find out more »
Learn to prepare plant-based whole foods that anyone will enjoy eating! We will meet in the kitchen and have fun creating colorful food to eat and take home! No previous cooking (or combining) experience necessary. Everyone has fun! You will learn 6 new recipes to take home to add to your collection. Please wear comfy shoes and bring six 8-12oz "to go" containers to take food home (and a bag!) $20.00 food cost fee paid directly to the instructor at… Read more: Indian CuisineFind out more »