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 ($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 @ Vail Valley at Edwards
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Do you have a garage full of stuff you no longer need or want? Or, are you looking for that one item to make a collection complete? Find what you're looking for and make money by selling your unwanted items on eBay, the world's biggest garage sale. Learn the basics of bidding, buying and selling on eBay in one morning. By the end of this class, you'll be able to purchase items on eBay with confidence, and you'll be on… Read more: Buying - Selling on eBayFind out more »
This will be a 2 day workshop over 3 days. Fri.10-4 Intro, Glaze, Wad - Load kiln. (Bring your own lunch.) Sat. Kiln will be fired. approx. 8am-8pm (Students do not need to attend the firing process but are welcome to stop by during the soda or salting in late afternoon or early evening.) Sun. 5-8 We will unload the kiln and share our results! Your ware must be bisque fired, and of a cone5-cone10 stoneware or porcelain clay body.… Read more: Atmospheric Firing workshop-Soda or Salt FiringFind out more »
In this class, you will learn to create and modify complex documents, and use tools to customize those documents. You will organize content using tables and charts; customize formats using styles and themes; insert content using quick parts; use templates to automate document formatting; control the flow of a document; simplify and manage long documents; use mail merge to create letters, envelopes, and labels. Some computer experience required. Please register at least one week in advance to ensure you have… Read more: Word 2016: IntermediateFind out more »
Wikipedia definition: 'Future-proofing is the process of anticipating the future and developing methods of minimizing the effects of shocks and stresses of future events.' Are you ready for the enormous changes we see today and expect tomorrow? This class explores what the future and technology will look like; examines our personal barriers to change; and provides techniques and tools to expand our comfort and ability to perform and grow in this transformative era. Discover new tools to attain resiliency, adaptability,… Read more: Learn to Future-Proof YourselfFind out more »
Designed for healthcare professionals, but available to the public, this CPR class is open to individuals interested in developing the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, administer CPR, use an AED and relieve choking safely and effectively. This class meets the requirements for the American Heart Association Basic Lafe Support (BLS) certification. An individual pocket mask and text are included in the class fee. Students who successfully complete this class will receive a certification card valid for two years. Faculty: … Read more: CPR for Health Care ProvidersFind out more »
This class is designed for the general population and outdoor enthusiasts. It follows American Heart Association guidelines. Learn basic first aid skills; how to administer CPR to infants, children and adults; 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: Scott Schreiner Classes: April 15 through April 16 Meets: Wednesday, Thursday; 06:00 PM - 09:30 PM Cost: $66 Register Now! Search for Basic CPR… Read more: Basic CPR - First AidFind out more »
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. You'll also learn to collaborate with colleagues; automate complex or repetitive tasks; and use conditional logic will put the full power of Excel at your fingertips. Taught with… Read more: Excel 2016: AdvancedFind out more »
There is nothing magical or mysterious about grantsmanship and grant writing. In fact, it is quite simple. The course will cover "universal truths" and skills required to successfully acquire grants and how best to be organized and effective in developing a grant plan or schedule with associated strategies. Sources of public, corporate, foundation and private grants will be reviewed. Related to this we will discuss the importance of developing and building relationships with potential funders and professionally administering the grants… Read more: Grantsmanship and GrantwritingFind out more »
We all know that employees are the most important asset of any organization. This course will provide supervisors with tools to understand the major dimensions of the role of supervisor. Participants 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; coaching and mentoring; and on-boarding… Read more: Effective Supervisory PracticesFind out more »
Make the most of your Windows 10 experience. Windows 10 is the latest version of Microsoft's operating system (OS) for personal computers. We'll cover basic terminology and provide plenty of hands-on exercises. You'll learn to navigate the Windows hierarchy of folders and files to open, save and move documents. Learn how to organize your system to reflect how you use your computer, as well as how to use a variety of applications. By the end, you'll be proficient enough to… Read more: Computer Basics: Windows 10Find out more »
Learn to create three-dimensional works with clay using the potters wheel and various tools. You will study basic and intermediate forms along with surface decoration, glazing and firing techniques. Faculty: Pamela Olson Classes: May 18 through July 6 Meets: Monday; 02:00 PM - 05:00 PM Cost: $175 Register Now! Search for Wheel throwing Intermediate on Community Education Classes…Find out more »
Learn to create three-dimensional works with clay using the potters wheel and various tools. You will study basic and intermediate forms along with surface decoration, glazing and firing techniques. Faculty: Pamela Olson Classes: May 18 through July 6 Meets: Monday; 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM Cost: $175 Register Now! Search for Wheel Throwing Intermediate on Community Education Classes…Find out more »