Colorado Mountain College Classes at Spring Valley
Spring Valley credit classes are published in the Glenwood Springs and Spring Valley Class Schedule.
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 @ Spring Valley / Roaring Fork Campuses
Most of our local Community Education Classes are held in Glenwood Spring and Carbondale
CMC offers a wide range of non-credit classes in the Roaring Fork Valley — fitness, technology, culinary, finances, self-improvement and more.
Use the link below to download/view the complete schedule of non-credit classes. Or browse the calendar of up-coming classes.
Upcoming Non-credit Classes
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Learn the fundamentals of CLASSIC style Cross-Country Skiing: body position, balance, kick, glide, and poling. This is a group lesson designed for students with little or no Cross-Country ski experience. Instructor Susy Ellison is a retired educator, and an avid Nordic skier who loves to help skiers of all ages and abilities. Students meet at the Spring Gulch parking lot, and bring their own or rented equipment that is appropriate for CLASSIC skiing. Be prepared for winter weather conditions. Additional… Read more: Beginner Classic Cross-Country Skiing with Susy EllisonFind out more »
This is a SKATE style, group lesson for first time skate skiers or those who can't seem to get going on skate skis. Practice the body position and basic movements that form the foundation for skate skiing. Instructor Susy Ellison is a retired educator, and an avid Nordic skier who loves to help skiers of all ages and abilities. Students meet at the Spring Gulch parking lot, and bring their own or rented equipment that is appropriate for SKATE skiing.… Read more: Beginner Skate Cross-Country Skiing with Susy EllisonFind out more »
We all know that employees are the most important asset of any organization. This course will provide supervisors in the ever-changing workplace with tools to understand the major dimensions of the role of the supervisor. You will learn how to deal with common problems and tricky situations, including managing time and stress, and giving constructive feedback. Supervisory topics to be covered include the importance of two-way communication and teamwork; employee empowerment; the importance of accountability; multi-generational aspects of today's workplace;… Read more: Effective Supervisory PracticesFind out more »
Certified Master Beekeeper, Mark Burrows, will introduce students to everything you need to know about keeping bees. Includes hive selection, placement, neighbors, pests, biology and treatments. 'Keeping bees the way they wish to be kept' will be the focus of this two evening course. Faculty: Mark Burrows Classes: February 10 through February 17 Meets: Monday; 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM Cost: $44 Register Now! Search for Intro to Natural Bee Keeping on Community Education Classes…Find out more »
Learn how to use the mouse and keyboard, and practice opening and using basic programs including internet browsers, word processing and intro to email. Faculty: Miranda Watson Classes: February 11 through February 25 Meets: Tuesday; 01:00 PM - 04:00 PM Cost: $88 Register Now! Search for Beginner PC Computer on Community Education Classes…Find out more »
Business plans don't have to be complicated. This course will outline the components of a one-page business plan that is both comprehensive and straight-forward. Two popular one-page formats will be explored: The Business Generation Model and the Lean Canvas. Both are outgrowths of the Lean Startup methodology initially developed by Eric Reis. More than just a business plan, this approach comprises a method designed to minimize your front-end investment while maximizing your potential for success. Key concepts incorporated into the… Read more: Business Series #2 - Creating a One-Page Business PlanFind out more »
Just in time for Valentine's day! 5 Chocolate Desserts that you don't have to feel guilty eating or gifting to your valentine(s)! Learn to prepare plant-based whole foods chocolate desserts that anyone will enjoy eating! No previous cooking (or combining) experience necessary. Everyone has fun! Please wear comfy shoes and bring (five-six) 8-12oz "to go" containers to take home your yummy treats (and a bag!) *Food cost is included in the fee for the class.* Class size limit 9 Faculty: … Read more: Plant Based Cooking - Chocolate DessertsFind out more »
This SKATE style, group lesson is for those who can skate ski in varying terrain for a few minutes at a time. Find efficiency to cover more ground by matching techniques to the terrain, and refining body position. Instructor Mike Uncapher brings over 12 years of experience teaching skate skiing. He loves helping others get out there and skate! Students meet at the Spring Gulch parking lot, and bring their own or rented equipment that is appropriate for SKATE skiing.… Read more: Intermediate Skate Cross-Country Skiing with Mike UncapherFind out more »
How 'in tune' are you with YOUR nutrition and diet? Are you confused and or frustrated with all the misleading diet programs and information out there? Does just getting started seem too overwhelming? Let's begin with education and teaching yourself on where to start to improve your health? Join me, Bailey McCallister, licensed nutritionist, as we discuss the basic building blocks of good nutrition for Every BODY. I will share with you easy tips and tricks to get started whether… Read more: Health and Wellness ClassesFind out more »
How 'in tune' are you with YOUR nutrition and diet? Are you confused and or frustrated with all the misleading diet programs and information out there? Does just getting started seem too overwhelming? Let's begin with education and teaching yourself on where to start to improve your health? Join me, Bailey McCallister, licensed nutritionist, as we discuss the basic building blocks of good nutrition for Every BODY. I will share with you easy tips and tricks to get started whether… Read more: EveryBODY NutritionFind out more »
This class will build upon the skills learned in the Introduction to ASL class and will continue to build new vocabulary and classifiers while practicing these skills in conversations. **You need to have taken the Introduction to American Sign Language prior to registering for this class or get permission from the Instructor.** Faculty: Rae Henson Classes: February 17 through March 16 Meets: Monday; 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM Cost: $85 Register Now! Search for American Sign Language II on Community Education Classes…Find out more »
Design and create 2 unique kiln glass plates while learning the fundamental concepts of kiln glass. Students will make small sample tiles using a variety of sheet and accessory glass in the first class. In the second class, after evaluating the results from the fired sample tiles, students will make two 5' X 5' plates, which will be fired after the class and available for pick-up the following week. All tools and glass will be supplied. No experience with glass… Read more: Kiln Glass PlatesFind out more »