Schedule

Career & Certificate Programs
Allied Health Programs
Dental Assisting Certificate Program
The 60-hour Dental Assisting Program prepares students for entry level positions in one of the fastest growing health care positions. This course will familiarize the student with all areas of pre-clinical dental assisting and provide training in the professional skills required to function as an assistant in the dental practice. The course covers the following key topics: the history of dentistry and dental assisting; introduction to the administration of a dental office, including legal issues, policies, and guidelines; introduction to oral anatomy; dental equipment operation and maintenance; introduction to tooth structure; the oral cavity and related structures; proper patient positioning; dental hand-pieces; dental anesthesia; sterilization; etc. This course is offered in cooperation with Condensed Curriculum International, Inc.

Note: This program does not include a national or state certification objective and does not prepare the student to be a "Dental Assistant with Expanded Duties." These objectives require job experience and additional training.
Course Number: CECS-5005-01
Date: October 13 - December 10 (Tues/Thurs)
Time: 6:00pm - 9:30pm
Location: TBA
Instructor: CCI Instructor
Fee: $1199.00 (includes textbooks and materials)

Medical Coding Certificate Program
This 80 contact hour course focuses on the fundamentals of assigning codes from ICD-9, CPT, and HCPCS. In addition to developing coding skills used to identify diagnoses and procedures in inpatient and outpatient hospital settings, as well as physician billing, students will learn the history, format and use of coding in index and report creation, prospective payment, and other types of reimbursement systems. Using workbook exercises and medical reports, students will learn how to determine and correlate diagnosis and procedure codes in preparation of the HCFA-1500 and UB-92 insurance forms. This course is offered in cooperation with Condensed Curriculum International, Inc.

Prerequisite:
We strongly recommend that you complete a medical terminology course prior to taking this class. (Job experience in the medical field may satisfy this prerequisite. Please call 913-288-7660 if you have questions.)

Please Note:
This class requires intensive reading and extensive study time outside of class.
Course Number: CECS-5001-01
Date: October 5 - December 14 (Mon/Wed) and 2 Saturdays (October 24 & December 5)
Time: 6:00pm - 9:30pm (Mon/Wed)
9:00am-3:00pm (Saturdays)
Location: Flint Building, Room 2606
Instructor: CCI Instructor
Fee: $1499.00 (includes textbooks and materials)

Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program
This comprehensive 50-hour course will prepare students to enter the pharmacy field as a Pharmacy Technician. Technicians work in hospitals, home infusion pharmacies, community pharmacies and other health care settings working under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. Course content includes medical terminology specific to the pharmacy, reading and interpreting prescriptions and defining drugs by generic and brand names. Students will learn dosage calculations, I.V. flow rates, drug compounding, dose conversions, dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control and billing and reimbursement. This course will prepare the student to take the national certification exam administered by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB). This course is offered in partnership with Condensed Curriculum International, Inc.
Course Number: CECS-5003-01
Date: October 13 - December 3 (Tues/Thurs)
Time: 6:00pm - 9:30pm
Location: Flint Building, Room 3632
Instructor: CCI Instructor
Fee: $999.00 (includes textbooks and materials)
 
Course Number: CECS-5003-60
Date: October 3 - December 12 (Saturdays)
Time: 8:00am - 2:00pm
Location: Leavenworth Center
Instructor: CCI Instructor
Fee: $999.00 (includes textbooks and materials)

Phlebotomy Technician Certificate Program
The Phlebotomist's main function is to obtain the patient's blood specimens by venipuncture and microcollection. This 90-hour program prepares professionals to collect blood specimens from clients for the purpose of laboratory analysis. Students will become familiar with all aspects related to blood collection and develop comprehensive skills to perform venipunctures completely and safely. Classroom and lab work includes terminology, anatomy, and physiology; blood collection procedures; specimen hands-on practice; and clinical training in skills and techniques to perform puncture methods. The program's 90 hours of classroom instruction includes lab exercises, blood draws, and other exercises intended to prepare students to function as an entry-level Phlebotomy Technician. This course is offered in cooperation with Condensed Curriculum International, Inc.

Note: This Program Does Not Include an On-Site Clinical Experience in a Hospital or Clinic.

Course Number: CECS-5002-01
Date: October 5 - December 16 (Mon/Wed) and 3 Saturdays (Oct 24, Nov 14, Dec 5)
Time: 6:00pm - 9:30pm (Mon/Wed)
9:00am - 3:00pm (Saturdays)
Location: CEB - Conference Room A
Instructor: CCI Instructor
Fee: $1499.00 (includes textbooks and materials)

Appraisal Pre-License Courses
Basic Appraisal Principles
This introductory 30-hour appraisal course provides an overview of real property concepts and characteristics, legal consideration, value influences, real estate finance, types of value, economic principles, real estate markets and analysis, and ethics in appraisal practice. Thorough discussion of appraisal principles, accompanied by practical examples, provides a solid foundation in appraisal basics. A calculator is recommended. This course has been developed by and is owned by Hondros Learning. AQB approval of this course has been granted to Hondros Learning.
Course Number: CECS-5100-01
Date: October 3 -4 & October 10-11 (Sat/Sun)
Time: 8:00am-5:00pm
Location: CEB - Conference Room B (Room 1014)
Instructor: Edward L. Liggins, Professional Appraisal Group
Fee: $450.00 (includes textbook)

Basic Appraisal Procedures
This 30-hour basic appraisal course provides an overview of real estate appraisal approaches to valuation procedures, value, property description, residential applications, commercial applications, improvement construction, home inspection, and appraisal math. Through theory, case studies, and examples, the course offers practical application of appraisal procedures. A calculator is recommended. This course has been developed by and is owned by Hondros Learning. AQB approval of this course has been granted to Hondros Learning.
Course Number: CECS-5101-01
Date: October 17-18 & October 24-25 (Sat/Sun)
Time: 8:00am-5:00pm
Location: CEB - Conference Room B (Room 1014)
Instructor: Edward L. Liggins, Professional Appraisal Group
Fee: $450.00 (includes textbook)

USPAP (Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice)
This 15-hour national USPAP course is designed to give the student a comprehensive understanding of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). Topics covered include the history of appraisal standards, the Appraisal Foundation, the structure of USPAP, the ethics rule, the competency rule, the scope of work rule, the jurisdictional exception rule, the supplemental standards rule, the ten USPAP standards, and advisory opinions.
Course Number: CECS-5102-01
Date: October 31-November 1 (Sat/Sun)
Time: 8:00am-5:00pm
Location: CEB - Conference Room B (Room 1014)
Instructor: Edward L. Liggins, Professional Appraisal Group
Fee: $225.00 (includes textbooks)

Residential Market Analysis & Highest And Best Use
Identifying and analyzing market forces affecting the buyers and sellers behavior is key to understanding and reporting values. This 15-hour course is designed to give students the tools needed to properly collect and analyze market data. Markets, sub-markets, market segmentation, supply side analysis, demand analysis and the importance of market analysis to the appraisal process are covered in the first half of this course. The second half focuses on the theory of Highest and Best Use. The two-step analysis along with the four tests for Highest and Best Use are covered in detail. Drill problems and a short case study allow students to put into practice the techniques presented in the course. This course has been developed by and is owned by Hondros Learning. AQB approval of this course has been granted to Hondros Learning
Course Number: CECS-5103-01
Date: November 7-8 (Sat/Sun)
Time: 8:00am-5:00pm
Location: CEB - Conference Room B (Room 1014)
Instructor: Edward L. Liggins, Professional Appraisal Group
Fee: $225.00 (includes textbook)

Residential Appraiser Site Valuation and Cost Approach
This 15-hour course helps students gain insight and a working knowledge of the theories and methodologies for arriving at residential site values and applying the Cost Approach in everyday appraisal work. The advantages and disadvantages of using the cost approach will be examined. The distinction between Replacement Cost New and Reproduction Cost New will be discussed, along with an in-depth look at several methods for estimating accrued depreciation. Students will learn how to read residential building plans and accompanying specifications. Each student will complete a step-by-step case study utilizing the Marshall and Swift cost manuals. In addition to the course and its required text, we recommend the Marshall & Swift Cost Manual. This course has been developed by and is owned by Hondros Learning. AQB approval of this course has been granted to Hondros Learning.
Course Number: CECS-5104-01
Date: November 14-15 (Sat/Sun)
Time: 8:00am-5:00pm
Location: CEB - Conference Room B (Room 1014)
Instructor: Edward L. Liggins, Professional Appraisal Group
Fee: $225.00 (includes textbook)

Residential Sales Comparison & Income Approaches
This 30-hour course helps students gain insight and a working knowledge of the theories and methodologies for arriving at residential site values and applying the Cost Approach in everyday appraisal work. The advantages and disadvantages of using the cost approach will be examined. The distinction between Replacement Cost New and Reproduction Cost New will be discussed, along with an in-depth look at several methods for estimating accrued depreciation. Students will learn how to read residential building plans and accompanying specifications. Each student will complete a step-by-step case study utilizing the Marshall and Swift cost manuals. In addition to the course and its required text, we recommend the Marshall & Swift Cost Manual. This course has been developed by and is owned by Hondros Learning. AQB approval of this course has been granted to Hondros Learning.
Course Number: CECS-5105-01
Date: November 21-22 & December 5-6 (Sat/Sun)
Time: 8:00am-5:00pm
Location: CEB - Conference Room B (Room 1014)
Instructor: Edward L. Liggins, Professional Appraisal Group
Fee: $450.00 (includes textbook)

Residential Report Writing & Case Studies
This 15-hour basic appraisal course introduces theories, techniques, and procedures to help you understand the appraisal process and how to use various residential forms and reports for appraisal. Through theory and hands-on examples of appraisal processes, the course will provide practical application of real estate appraisal procedures. A calculator is suggested. This course has been developed by and is owned by Hondros Learning. AQB approval of this course has been granted to Hondros Learning.
Course Number: CECS-5106-01
Date: December 12-13 (Sat/Sun)
Time: 8:00am-5:00pm
Location: CEB - Conference Room B (Room 1014)
Instructor: Edward L. Liggins, Professional Appraisal Group
Fee: $225.00 (includes textbooks)

Home Inspection
Home Inspection Training - Structural Components
This 40-hour course prepares you to become a home inspector by training you to pass the National Home Inspectors exam and the American Society of Home Inspectors exam. As part of this course you will accompany the instructor on an actual home inspection. Books and study materials may be purchased through Midwest Inspectors Institute. Topics covered include the history of the inspection industry; structure quality (including walls, windows, doors and frames); foundations and roofs; and how to write reports. Classroom instruction will feature hands-on displays of frames, windows, roofing materials and more.
Course Number: CECS-5201-60
Date: Oct 3-4, Oct 10-11, Oct 17 (Sat/Sun)
Time: 8:00am-5:00pm
Location: Midwest Inspectors Institute
512 Delaware Street
Leavenworth, KS
Instructor: Midwest Inspectors Institute Instructors
Fee: $1350.00 (does not include textbooks)

Real Estate Pre-License Courses

Principles of Real Estate
This course is the FIRST of TWO 30-hour courses that you must complete in order to take the Kansas Real Estate Exam and obtain your salesperson license. (THE STATE EXAM FEE IS NOT INCLUDED IN COURSE FEES PAID TO KCKCC.) Principles of Real Estate covers all aspects of real estate transactions, including ownership issues, valuation and appraisal, financing, real estate law, settlement and closing, contracts and agency, duties of the KREC, licensing requirements, etc. Following this course, you must complete the second 30-hour course (Kansas Real Estate Practice) in order to take the state exam and receive your salesperson license.

Notes: (1) The cost of the state exam is not included in the course fee. (2) To sit for the state exam, you must pass a criminal background check. The cost of the background check is not included in the course fee. On the first night of class, the instructor will provide information on obtaining a background check.

Course Number: CECS-5400-01
Date: October 5 - November 5 (Mon/Thurs)
Time: 6:00pm-9:00pm
Location: Flint Building, Room 3632
Instructor: Ed Jaskinia
Fee: $225 (includes textbook)

Kansas Practice Course
This is the second of two required 30-hour real estate pre-license courses.

Prerequiste: Satisfactory completion of CECS-5400 Principles of Real Estate.
Course Number: CECS-5401-01
Date: November 9 - December 14 (Mon/Thurs)
Time: 6:00pm-9:00pm
Location: Flint Building, Room 3632
Instructor: Ed Jaskinia
Fee: $200

Community Education
Driver Safety

Basic Rider Course
Learn how to operate a motorcycle safely, with emphasis on the special skills and mental attitude necessary for dealing with traffic. In the classroom, you'll learn about the different types of motorcycles, their controls, how they operate and how to become a responsible rider. After a thorough review of your motorcycle controls, you will move to the outdoor riding range and your instructors will start you off with straight-line riding, turning, shifting, and stopping. You will gradually progress to cornering, swerving, and emergency braking.

Note: Safety is our primary concern, if safety becomes an issue during the class, RiderCoaches will require students to work on balance and coordination skills outside of the class and reschedule for a later class date. It is strongly recommended that participants practice riding a bicycle PRIOR to the class to refresh their balance and coordination.

Students must come to the Community Education Building (CEB, located on the east side of our main campus at 7250 State Avenue) AT LEAST 2 weeks prior to the start of the class to fill out paperwork for the state of Kansas. You may also pick up your workbook and class assignment for the first night of class. Our office hours are 8:00am - 8:00pm Monday - Thursday and 8:00am - 4:00pm Friday* *June & July: College offices closed on Fridays. Motorcycles and helmets are provided. Students must wear the following protective gear while riding during the course: eye protection, full finger gloves, long pants (no baggies or flares), long sleeve shirt or jacket, sturdy shoes over the ankle or boots, and you must have a valid driver's license.

Course Number: CECS-3002-05
Date: October 2 - 4, 2009 (Fri/Sat/Sun)
Time: 6pm - 10pm (Friday)
8am - 5pm (Saturday & Sunday)
Location: Flint Bldg. Room 3622
Instructor: MSF RiderCoaches
Fee: $185.00
 
Course Number: CECS-3002-06
Date: October 9 - 11, 2009 (Fri/Sat/Sun)
Time: 6pm - 10pm (Friday)
8am - 5pm (Saturday & Sunday)
Location: Flint Bldg. Room 3622
Instructor: MSF RiderCoaches
Fee: $185.00
 
Course Number: CECS-3002-07
Date: October 16-18, 2009 (Fri/Sat/Sun)
Time: 6pm - 10pm (Friday)
8am - 5pm (Saturday & Sunday)
Location: Flint Bldg. Room 3622
Instructor: MSF RiderCoaches
Fee: $185.00
 
Course Number: CECS-3002-08
Date: October 23 - 25, 2009 (Fri/Sat/Sun)
Time: 6pm - 10pm (Friday)
8am - 5pm (Saturday & Sunday)
Location: Flint Bldg. Room 3622
Instructor: MSF RiderCoaches
Fee: $185.00
 
Course Number: CECS-3002-09
Date: October 30 - November 1, 2009 (Fri/Sat/Sun)
Time: 6pm - 10pm (Friday)
8am - 5pm (Saturday & Sunday)
Location: Flint Bldg. Room 3622
Instructor: MSF RiderCoaches
Fee: $185.00

Defensive Driving
This is a comprehensive driver-improvement program without any in-car instruction. It is a basic four-hour course designed to give drivers practical knowledge and techniques to avoid crashes, and to choose safe, responsible, and lawful driving behavior. It is an interactive course with activities, case studies, discussions, and video presentations. This defensive driving course is approved by the state, so your insurance can be reduced by 5% or more upon completion. Topics in this course include: personal responsibility and driving, hazard recognition, rules of the road, avoiding collisions, driving environments, and much more.
Course Number: CECS-3001-01
Date: October 24, 2009 (Saturday)
Time: 8:00am - 12:00pm
Location: CEB Conference Room A
Instructor: Jim Hathaway
Fee: $40.00

Financial
BeCentsAble
This is the BeCentsAble Workshop you' ve all been hearing about on TV and radio! Don' t miss this opportunity to learn how to drastically cut your household budget! You will learn how to save time and money without clipping and filing coupons, how to use virtual databases to find the coupons you need, how to find and print online coupons, how to properly use coupons and store incentives to save BIG money, how to shop on a limited budget or with limited time, and how to cut out half the work of planning your shopping trips by visiting the Grocery Gathering at BeCentsAble.net! Spouses are welcome.
Course Number: CECS-3106-02
Date: October 27, 2009 (Tuesday)
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Nursing Bldg., Room 2705
Instructor: Zack & Brooklin Zimmerman
Fee: $25.00

Pre-Retirement Bootcamp
Thirty-one percent of Americans would rather scrub a toilet than plan for their retirement. Are you 3 years from retirement (or less!) and wondering what to do? Have you saved enough money to retire? Do you know exactly where your income will come from for the rest of your life? Do you worry about running out of money in retirement? Are you prepared to be retired for 20 to 30 or even 40 years? Come learn the essentials to create a long-term plan for your retirement.
Course Number: CECS-3101-01
Date: October 5 - 12, 2009 (Mondays)
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: CEB Conference Room A
Instructor: Rob O’Blennis
Fee: $20.00

Turn Your 401(K) Intro Lifetime Income
For many people, your 401(k) is your largest basket of retirement assets. That money has to last the rest of your life! If you have 3 years or less to retirement, come learn how to rollover your 401(k) into an IRA that you control and avoid the 20% withholding. Develop a systematic plan to take income from your IRA and never have to worry about running out of money.
Course Number: CECS-3102-01
Date: November 2, 2009 (Monday)
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: CEB Conference Room A
Instructor: Rob O’Blennis
Fee: $15.00

Health & Fitness
Adult CPR/AED and First Aid
This course covers adult CPR featuring hands-on practice and real-life scenarios. In addition to CPR, this course also includes training in using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) on a victim of sudden cardiac arrest. It prepares students to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults, as well as how to apply basic precautions to reduce the risk of disease transmission during and after providing care. Also includes first aid skills and useful take-home materials to help you retain skills and serve as reference tools in an emergency.
Course Number: CECS-3200-01
Date: October 10, 2009 (Saturday)
Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Location: CEB Conference Room A
Instructor: American Red Cross
Fee: $59.00
 
Course Number: CECS-3200-02
Date: December 5, 2009 (Saturday)
Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Location: CEB Conference Room A
Instructor: American Red Cross
Fee: $59.00

Beginning Belly Dance
In this dance technique class for beginners, you'll learn all the foundations of this ethnic dance form. This class will cover the basics of hip, rib cage, and arm isolations as well as simple turns, traveling steps, veil work, combinations, and choreography. Come join us for creative movement in a positive and fun setting.
Course Number: CECS-3201-02
Date: November 2 - 30, 2009 (Mondays)
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: West State Plaza Room 10
Instructor: Beth Jones
Fee: $50.00

Belly Dance Conditioning Workout
Looking for a new and different type of workout? In this class, you'll get a total body workout. You'll raise your heart rate, burn fat, and tone your muscles. This exercise-format class will include warm-up, break down of basic belly dance movements, traveling steps, shimmies, percussive hip work, abdominal and rib cage work, and sustained arm movements, as well as stretching and strength training. This class is appropriate for all levels of students from beginner to professional. It is a great way for new students to cover the basics, and for seasoned belly dancers to stay in excellent shape for performance. Please wear comfortable clothing that allows for ease of movement. Bring water and an exercise mat and be ready to sweat!
Course Number: CECS-3203-02
Date: November 2 - 30, 2009 (Mondays)
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: West State Plaza Room 10
Instructor: Beth Jones
Fee: $50.00

Intermediate Belly Dance
Students in this technique class will learn additional belly dance movements, combinations, and choreography. Performance opportunities are provided but not required. Prerequisite: One or more sessions of Beginning Belly Dance I or equivalent. Required materials: hip scarf, veil and finger cymbals.
Course Number: CECS-3202-02
Date: November 4 - December 9, 2009 (Wednesdays)
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: West State Plaza Room 10
Instructor: Beth Jones
Fee: $50.00

Yoga for Personal Health
Learn better self-balance, flexibility and strength through focused mind and breathing exercises. Relax and improve your personal health with yoga practices.
Course Number: CECS-3206-02
Date: October 27 - December 10, 2009 (Tues/Thurs)
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: TEC Room B 203
Instructor: Irene Breedlove
Fee: $75.00 ($65.00 - Blue& Red Club Members)

Zumba
Zumba is a Latin-inspired dance-fitness class, which incorporates many dance styles including: merengue, cumbia, salsa, reggaeton, and many more. This cardio-based workout integrates interval and resistance training to tone the entire body. The easy-to-follow steps, the music, and the party-like atmosphere make exercising fun and enjoyable.
Course Number: CECS-3207-02
Date: October 6 - 31, 2009 (Tues/Sat)
Time: 5:30pm - 6:30pm (Tues)
9:00am - 10:00am (Sat)
Location: West State Plaza Room 10
Instructor: Shari Augustine
Fee: $35.00

Languages
Community Spanish I - the Basics
Whether at the local discount store, restaurant, or anywhere in Wyandotte County, Spanish is quickly becoming the second language of our community. This fun and interactive 3-week course will equip you with the skills and confidence to communicate more effectively by learning and actively practicing basic grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation to greet, meet, and even assist Spanish speakers in your community. Class fee includes all materials.
Course Number: CECS-3300-01
Date: September 29 - October 15, 2009(Tues/Thurs)
Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Location: West State Plaza Room 7
Instructor: Stephanie Marquez
Fee: $85.00 ($80.00 Blue & Red Club Members)

Community Spanish II
Across the nation, but especially here in Wyandotte County, there is an increasing desire to develop basic communication skills in Spanish. This class is for those with some basic or beginner instruction in Spanish and/or those who have taken Community Spanish I and will focus on review and performance as well as building on the structure and vocabulary you already know. Class fee includes all materials.
Course Number: CECS-3301-01
Date: October 27 - November 12, 2009 (Tues/Thurs)
Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Location: West State Plaza Room 7
Instructor: Stephanie Marquez
Fee: $85.00 ($80.00 Blue & Red Club Members)

Dance
Beginning Ballroom Dance
Come learn the basic steps in various ballroom dances, which may include waltz, tango, foxtrot, rumba, cha cha, and swing. You will learn dance floor etiquette, lead/follow techniques, and dance positions while practicing these dances. Couples only please.
Course Number: CECS-3503-02
Date: October 8 - October 29, 2009 (Thursdays)
Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Location: West State Plaza Room 10
Instructor: Shari Augustine
Fee: $35.00 per person

Swing Dance
Swing, Jitterbug, Jive, Lindy Hop...Whatever you want to call it, swing is our very own native dance. Grab a partner and come and learn the dance that originated right here in the United States. It's fun! It's fast! And the most enjoyable exercise you'll ever try. Put on your dancing shoes, hold tight to your partner, and have fun!
Course Number: CECS-3505-01
Date: October 1 - 15, 2009 (Thursday)
Time: 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: West State Plaza Room 10
Instructor: Shari Augustine
Fee: $25.00

Tango
Originating in the slums of Argentina, the tango has risen in class and evolved into a respectable ballroom dance. The tango has maintained its characteristic head flicks, fans, and cortes to make this a very popular and enjoyable dance. You and your partner are sure to enjoy each other' s company on the dance floor when you do the Tango.
Course Number: CECS-3506-01
Time: October 22 - November 5, 2009 (Thursdays)
Location: 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Instructor: West State Plaza Room 10
Fee: $25.00

Personal Growth
Computer Security in the Internet Age
A recent study found that a computer attached to the Internet without protective software will be infected with either spyware or worms in about 20 minutes! Community members who utilize computers need to know how to protect their privacy and security while online. This workshop will give you information to help keep your computer safe from viruses, hackers, and spyware. You'll also get tips on creating and managing secure passwords, backing up your important files, and getting software patches and updates. The workshop will focus on the practical steps you can take to be safe online rather than the highly technical aspects of computer security.
Course Number: CECS-3629-01
Date: October 3, 2009 (Saturday)
Time: 9:00am - 11:00am
Location: Nursing Bldg., Room 2705
Instructor: Baz Abouelenein
Fee: Free (Advance Registration Required)

Cookie Sheet Calendar
Join us for a fun Saturday to make a cookie sheet calendar! You will need to bring the following basic scrapbook supplies: Scissors, paper trimmer, adhesive, Sharpie felt tip marker in brown or black, 3 pieces of coordinating 12 x 12 papers and one piece of 12 x 12 cardstock to match. The instructor will provide cookie sheets, die cuts, magnets, etc. Each participant will make one calendar and be given all instructions and two additional cookie sheets to make on your own.
Course Number: CECS-3635-01
Date: September 26, 2009 (Saturday)
Time: 10:00am - 1:00pm
Location: West State Plaza Room 7
Instructor: Therese Linman
Fee: $30.00

Crop in the Dotte
Looking for a place to Crop in the Dotte? Join us for scrapping fun! Cricut machines with Design Studio will be available for your use. We will also share ideas and techniques including cards, layouts, use of the Cricut, embossing and much more! Each participant will have one 4 foot table and 2 chairs. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Meals are on your own.
Course Number: CECS-3634-02
Date: October 10, 2009 (Saturday)
Time: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Location: West State Plaza Room 7
Instructor: Mary Kobe Peterson
Fee: $20.00
 
Course Number: CECS-3634-03
Date: November 14, 2009 (Saturday)
Time: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Location: West State Plaza Room 7
Instructor: Mary Kobe Peterson
Fee: $20.00
 
Course Number: CECS-3634-04
Date: December 12, 2009 (Saturday)
Time: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Location: West State Plaza Room 7
Instructor: Mary Kobe Peterson
Fee: $20.00

Digital Cameras for Beginners
You just got a digital camera, and you have no idea how it works. Or maybe you've played around with it a little but you'd like to know more about the features and options. Or perhaps you're comfortable with the camera itself but you're not quite getting the really good photos you want. If so, this class is a great place for you to get to know your camera and start shooting better pictures. The class will begin with basic tips for improving the quality of your photos. You'll learn techniques used by professional photojournalists to create eye-catching, story-telling pictures. Then you'll take your camera off "auto-pilot" and learn how to improve image quality by manipulating your camera's settings. The class will conclude with time to take pictures around campus, transfer them to a computer and get additional coaching from the teacher. To get the most out of this class, you will need to bring a digital camera (with a charged battery) and accessories (especially the instruction manual and the computer connection cable) to class with you.
Course Number: CECS-3615-01
Date: October 10, 2009 (Saturday)
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Location: Science Bldg., Room 3450
Instructor: Bryan Whitehead
Fee: $65.00

Floral Designs for the Holidays
Make floral gifts to give or decorate your own home for the holidays. Learn to make seasonal arrangements, holiday hostess gifts, wreaths, garland, topiaries and more using both silk and dried floral materials. Please bring to the first class: Floral wire cutters, scissors, small kitchen knife, glue gun w/extra glue, plus an aluminum foil pie pan. Also, 2 green floral foam bricks (for silk & dried), 2 small 4” tall ceramic pots or flowerpots, moss, and 10 to 15 small to medium flowers with leaves.
Course Number: CECS-3628-01
Date: October 28 - December 9, 2009 (Wednesdays)
Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Technical Education Center A 203
Instructor: Patricia Gerard
Fee: $60.00 ($55.00 Blue & Red Club Members)

Knitting
Come join us and learn to knit from the beginning, come back to knitting part time, or just get together with other knitters. Learn the basics from a Craft Yarn Council of America certified instructor. A beginner's packet will be available for $10.00 from the instructor the first night of class.
Course Number: CECS-3619-02
Date: October 6 - 27, 2009 (Tuesdays)
Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Technical Education Center B 218
Instructor: Joan Daniels
Fee: $40.00 ($35.00 Blue & Red Club Members)

Pet First Aid
Your pet is counting on you. What will you do when an emergency strikes? Pet First Aid presents symptoms and care for ailments and emergencies, instructions for creating a pet first aid kit and tips on maintaining your pet's health and well being. Includes a book with quick access to detailed instructions for 50 injuries and illnesses, plus practical pet health tips.
Course Number: CECS-3608-01
Date: November 7, 2009 (Saturday)
Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Location: CEB Conference Room A
Instructor: American Red Cross
Fee: $36.00

R U Texting - the Basics
If you are totally in the dark about texting, join us for Texting 101. This course will teach you about how to text and the common short cuts. Learn techniques and the features that you have on your phone to make texting simple and learn the basic text lingo.
Course Number: CECS-3630-02
Date: October 8, 2009 (Thursday)
Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Location: Flint Bldg. Room 3632
Instructor: MaRie Hinson
Fee: $25.00

R U Texting - Advanced
R U currently texting, but would like to be faster? Learn the ins and outs of texting faster. Learn techniques to text the way you type and advance your text lingo.
Course Number: CECS-3631-01
Date: September 24, 2009 (Thursday)
Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Location: Flint Bldg. Room 3632
Instructor: MaRie Hinson
Fee: $25.00
 
Course Number: CECS-3631-02
Date: October 22, 2009(Thursday)
Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Location: Flint Bldg. Room 3617
Instructor: MaRie Hinson
Fee: $25.00

Stained Glass
In this hands-on workshop learn the copper foil method used by Tiffany in making windows and lamps. This workshop covers all steps necessary to successfully complete a stained glass project. A large variety of patterns and artistic help will be provided. Basic tools and supplies cost will be $100.00 and can be purchased from the instructors during the first class. This cost does not include glass and any other special project materials. Safety glasses are required.
Course Number: CECS-3633-01
Date: October 6 - November 10, 2009 (Tuesdays)
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: TBA
Instructor: Victor Perelmuter
Fee: $75.00

Youth Programs
Fun Saturday Spanish (K-2)
The secret to learning Spanish is to start early! (Studies have shown that during childhood (ages 1-12) language learning happens effortlessly). This fun and interactive class is designed for K - 2 students interested in getting a jump-start on learning a little about the Spanish language and Hispanic Culture. Students will enjoy a hands-on approach to learning age-appropriate Spanish songs with catchy tunes and simple lyrics, basic Spanish phrases and vocabulary, and to create fun art projects centered on the Hispanic culture. Through colorful graphics, body movement, and repetition, participants will learn things such as numbers, alphabet, food, colors, animals, and much more.
Course Number: CECS-3852-01
Date: October 24 - November 14, 2009 (Saturdays)
(No class on October 31, 2009)
Time: 8:30am - 10:30am
Location: CEB Room 1001
Instructor: Stephanie Marquez
Fee: $59.00

Fun Saturday Spanish for Kids (3-5)
The secret to learning Spanish is to start early! (Studies have shown that during childhood (ages 1-12) language learning happens effortlessly). This fun and interactive class is designed for 3rd - 5th grade students interested in getting a jump-start on the middle school and/or high school Spanish classes that await them. Learning a little about the Spanish language and Hispanic Culture can be both fun and easy! Students will enjoy a hands-on approach to learning age-appropriate Spanish songs with catchy tunes and simple lyrics, basic Spanish phrases and vocabulary in meaningful contexts, and to create fun art projects centered on the Hispanic culture. Through colorful graphics, body movement, and repetition, participants will be used to learn things such as numbers, alphabet, food, colors, animals, family, body parts, days, and more.
Course Number: CECS-3853-01
Date: October 24 - November 14, 2009 (Saturdays)
(No class on October 31, 2009)
Time: 11:00am - 1:00pm
Location: CEB Room 1001
Instructor: Stephanie Marquez
Fee: $59.00

Blue & Red Club
Health & Fitness

Stepping Into Health
America is getting sicker and sicker and most of us don't "really know why". "What is Wellness"? Why are diseases like diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer's, autism, A.D.D., A.D.H.D. and dozens of other diseases on the rise?

We are genetically designed to live healthy, energetic, vibrant lives. We do not inherit sickness. Our lifestyles lead us to dysfunction, then to disease and eventually to death. Stress affects us chemically, emotionally and physically. The good news is we can change our lifestyles and change our health without drugs and surgery.

Learn what it means to Eat Well, Move Well, and Think Well so you can Live Well. The class will cover the why and how to live well. Dr. Andy Harding and Dr. Scott Lowe have a combined 32 years experience as chiropractors. During the past 2 years they have both been taking additional training towards becoming Wellness Certified Doctors. This class will bring simple steps that anyone can do to become healthier. By living the "innate lifestyle", you will feel better, have more energy and rest better.

Course Number: CECS-3810-01
Date: October 7, 2009 (Wednesday)
Time: 12:30-1:30 PM
Location: West State Plaza, Room 3
Instructor: Drs. Andy Harding, D.C & Scott Lowe, D.C.
Fee: $5 (FREE to Blue & Red Club Members)
 
Course Number: CECS-3810-02
Date: October 15, 2009 (Thursday)
Time: 6:30-7:30 PM
Location: TBA
Instructor: Drs. Andy Harding, D.C & Scott Lowe, D.C.
Fee: $5 (FREE to Blue & Red Club Members)

Stepping into Health--Eat Well
Course Number: CECS-3811-01
Date: October 14, 2009 (Wednesday)
Time: 12:30-1:30 PM
Location: West State Plaza, Room 3
Instructor: Drs. Andy Harding, D.C. & Scott Lowe, D.C.
Fee: $5 (FREE to Blue & Red Club Members)
 
Course Number: CECS-3811-02
Date: October 22, 2009 (Thursday)
Time: 6:30-7:30 PM
Location: TBA
Instructor: Drs. Andy Harding, D.C. & Scott Lowe, D.C.
Fee: $5 (FREE to Blue & Red Club Members)

Stepping into Health--Move Well
Course Number: CECS-3812-01
Date: October 21, 2009 (Wednesday)
Time: 12:30-1:30 PM
Location: West State Plaza, Room 3
Instructor: Drs. Andy Harding, D.C. & Scott Lowe, D.C.
Fee: $5 (FREE to Blue & Red Club Members)
 
Course Number: CECS-3812-02
Date: October 22, 2009 (Thursday)
Time: 6:30-7:30 PM
Location: TBA
Instructor: Drs. Andy Harding, D.C. & Scott Lowe, D.C.
Fee: $5 (FREE to Blue & Red Club Members)

Stepping into Health--Think Well
Course Number: CECS-3813-01
Date: October 28, 2009 (Wednesday)
Time: 12:30-1:30 PM
Location: West State Plaza, Room 3
Instructor: Drs. Andy Harding, D.C. & Scott Lowe, D.C.
Fee: $5 (FREE to Blue & Red Club Members)
 
Course Number: CECS-3813-02
Date: November 5, 2009 (Thursday)
Time: 6:30-7:30 PM
Location: TBA
Instructor: Drs. Andy Harding, D.C. & Scott Lowe, D.C.
Fee: $5 (FREE to Blue & Red Club Members)

Keeping Your Food Safe During the Holidays
This question and answer class taught by a Family and Consumer Sciences County Extension Agent will provide lots of helpful information to make your holiday food safe. A sampling of topics to be discussed are:
  • Is there a best way to thaw a frozen turkey?
  • Is it possible to cook meat at a low temperature overnight?
  • Why store leftovers in a shallow pan?
  • How quickly should leftovers be used?
  • Should leftovers be reheated?
  • Should leftover pies be refrigerated?
Course Number: CECS-3815-01
Date: November 4, 2009 (Wednesday)
Time: 1:00-2:00 PM
Location: West State Plaza, Room 7
Instructor: Lori Wuellner, K-State County Extension Agent Family & Consumer Sciences
Fee: $5 (FREE to Blue & Red Club Members)

Mellow Yoga
Release tensions and accumulated stresses through long rhythmic breaths and long, slow stretching exercises. Class is suitable for beginners or physically adept students. Bring exercise mat and wear comfortable clothing.
Course Number: CECS-3816-02
Date: October 6-29, 2009 (Tue & Thurs)
Time: 2:00-3:00 PM
Location: West State Plaza, Room 7
Instructor: Irene Breedlove
Fee: $35 ($30 to Blue & Red Club Members)

Personal Growth
Genealogy Exploring
Research your family history using the Internet. Learn to use links and various sites to gain information about your ancestors. We will place a message on the board and make a home page.
Course Number: CECS-3839-01
Date: November 2 & 4, 2009 (Mon, Wed)
Time: 1:00-3:00 PM
Location: Jewell Bldg, Room 2302
Instructor: Sue Marler
Fee: $21 ($16 Blue & Red Club Members)

Introduction to Excel
Learn basic workbook skills, formulas, copy and move data and work with rows and columns. Create charts from worksheet data.
Course Number: CECS-3837-01
Date: November 9 & 11, 2009 (Mon, Wed)
Time: 1:00-3:00 PM
Location: Jewell Bldg, Room 2302
Instructor: Sue Marler
Fee: $21 ($16 Blue & Red Club Members)

Keyboarding/Word
Review and develop typing skills using the computer keyboard, mouse, and monitor as you learn Word features. Keyboard knowledge is helpful in all your computer usage.
Course Number: CECS-3836-01
Date: September 28,30, Oct. 5,7,2009 (Mon, Wed)
Time: 1:00-3:00 PM
Location: Jewell Bldg, Room 2302
Instructor: Sue Marler
Fee: $37 ($32 Blue & Red Club Members)

Introduction to New Media
Take the mystery out of new technology by enrolling in this series of five classes designed to give you an introduction and a basic understanding on each topic. Topics covered include blogs, Wiki's, Social Networking, Audio Tools, Video Tools.
Course Number: CECS-3830-01
Date: October 1-29, 2009 (Thursdays)
Time: 5:30-7:00 PM
Location: Jewell Building, Room 2325
Instructor: Gregory Dixon & Karisse Whyte (Oct. 22)
Fee: $85($70 Blue & Red Club Members)
Registration deadline for series- October 1, 2009

Introduction to New Media - Blogs
Blogs are frequent, chronological publications of personal thoughts and web links much like a diary. Discover how to set up a blog, how to share it with others, and various ways this technology can be used.
Course Number: CECS-3831-01
Date: October 1, 2009 (Thursday)
Time: 5:30-7:00 PM
Location: Jewell Building, Room 2325
Instructor: Gregory Dixon
Fee: $20 ($15 Blue & Red Club Members)

Introduction to New Media--Social Networking
Introduction to various networking sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace.
Course Number: CECS-3833-01
Date: October 15, 2009 (Thursday)
Time: 5:30-7:00 PM
Location: Jewell Building, Room 2325
Instructor: Gregory Dixon
Fee: $20 ($15 Blue & Red Club Members)

Introduction to New Media--Wiki's
A Wiki allows a group of people to enter and communally edit bits of text. These bits of text can be viewed and edited by anyone who visits the wiki. Learn various ways this can be used.
Course Number: CECS-3832-01
Date: October 8, 2009 (Thursday)
Time: 5:30-7:00 PM
Location: Jewell Building, Room 2325
Instructor: Gregory Dixon
Fee: $20 ($15 Blue & Red Club Members)

Introduction to New Media- Audio Tools
Class will introduce various audio tools. Some topics to be covered: how to work with Mp3 players, I-pods, DVD' s, and Amazon' s Kindle.
Course Number: CECS-3834-01
Date: October 22, 2009 (Thursday)
Time: 5:30-7:00 PM
Location: Jewell Building, Room 2325
Instructor: Gregory Dixon & Karisse Whyte
Fee: $20 ($15 Blue & Red Club Members)

Introduction to New Media--Video Tools
Various video forms will be introduced including YouTube and web cams.
Course Number: CECS-3835-01
Date: October 29, 2009 (Thursday)
Time: 5:30-7:00 PM
Location: Jewell Building, Room 2325
Instructor: Gregory Dixon
Fee: $20($15 Blue & Red Club Members)

Continuing Professional Education
Appraisal Continuing Education

USPAP Update
USPAP Update is a 7-hour continuing education course for appraisers designed to update the student on edits made as a result of the Scope of Work Project and other edits made in creating the latest edition of USPAP. The course includes discussion problems showing how USPAP applies in situations that appraiser encounter in everyday practice. These problems address issues frequently experienced by appraisers in the appraisal of real property. The course is designed to aid appraisers seeking competency in USPAP, including those subject to state licensing or certification and continuing education requirements imposed by professional organizations, client groups, or employers.

Note: Please bring your own copy of the 2008-09 USPAP. KCKCC will provide the student manual.

Course Number: CECS-7000-01
Date: October 23 (Friday)
Time: 8:00am-4:00pm
Location: CEB - Conference Room B (Room 1014)
Instructor: Edward L. Liggins, Professional Appraisal Group
Fee: $125.00 (includes textbook - please bring your own USPAP)
   
Course Number: CECS-7000-02
Date: December 11 (Friday)
Time: 8:00am-4:00pm
Location: CEB - Conference Room B (Room 1014)
Instructor: Edward L. Liggins, Professional Appraisal Group
Fee: $125.00 (includes textbook - please bring your own USPAP)

Occupational Spanish Online (Command Spanish)
CECS-7400 Spanish for Construction Supervisors
$99.00
CECS-7401 Spanish for Financial Institutions
$99.00
CECS-7402 Spanish for Law Enforcement Officers
$99.00
CECS-7403 Spanish for Library Personnel
$99.00
CECS-7404 Spanish for Hospital Nurses
$99.00
CECS-7405 Spanish for Medical Office Nurses
$99.00
CECS-7406 Spanish for Pharmacy Personnel
$99.00
CECS-7407 Spanish for Physicians
$99.00
CECS-7408 Spanish for Real Estate Sales
$99.00
CECS-7409 Spanish for School Teachers
$99.00
CECS-7410 Spanish for the Community
$99.00
CECS-7411 Spanish for the Workplace
$99.00
CECS-7412 Spanish for Dental Hygienists
$99.00
CECS-7413 Spanish for Dentists
$99.00
CECS-7414 Spanish for Emergency Medical Services
$99.00
CECS-7415 Spanish for Respiratory Therapists
$99.00
CECS-7416 Spanish for Retail Sales
$99.00
CECS-7417 Spanish for Travel
$99.00

Occupational Spanish Online (Pronto Spanish)
CECS-7450 Spanish for Banking
$99.00
CECS-7451 Spanish for Construction
$99.00
CECS-7452 Spanish for Educators
$99.00
CECS-7453 Spanish forEMTs and Paramedics
$99.00
CECS-7454 Spanish for Firefighters
$99.00
CECS-7455 Spanish for Food Service
$99.00
CECS-7456 Spanish for Health Care
$99.00
CECS-7457 Spanish for Hospitality
$99.00
CECS-7458 Spanish for Law Enforcement
$99.00
CECS-7459 Spanish for Manufacturing
$99.00
CECS-7460 Spanish for Public Safety Officers
$99.00
CECS-7461 Spanish for Social Services
$99.00
CECS-7462 Spanish for Warehouses & Distribution Centers
$99.00
CECS-7463 Spanish for the Workplace
$99.00

Occupational Therapy
End of Life Issues for Healthcare Professionals
Most health care providers will have patients or clients who are working through end of life issues. Not every health care provider will be directly responsible to assist the patient and family through this process. However, all of us indirectly will be asked questions about the process. This course will address the major components of end of life issues and will provide health care professionals with the necessary knowledge to address these issues personally and professionally with our clients and with our own families.

This is a 6-week online course - not a self-study course. You can access it anytime day or night. It provides a forum for discussion of experiences of the occupational therapy industry. 8 online contact hours or 0.8 CEUs.

NOTE: If you do not receive your username and password for this course, call 913-288-7660.

Course Number: CECS-7503-01
Date: October 26 – December 4
Time: Anytime
Location: Online
Instructor: Joyce McMahon, MHS, CCM, OTR/L
Fee: $80.00

Ethical Boundaries for Occupational Therapists & Allied Health Professionals
Establishing appropriate boundaries in patient-clinician relationships is an essential part of compassionate, effective, and ethical health care practice. Our instructor will clarify the concepts of boundaries as well as boundary violations, and help us analyze examples of potentially problematic actions so we can identify and avoid professionally inappropriate or possibly damaging conduct and relationships for both ourselves and our patients. This course will discuss all of these issues and send you home with a technique for on-going evaluation of boundary issues. This course runs for 4 weeks. Plan to spend approximately one hour per week in study and online interaction with the instructor and other students.

This is a 4-week online course - not a self-study course. You can access it anytime day or night. It provides a forum for discussion of experiences of the occupational therapy industry. 4 contact hours or 0.4 CEUs.

Note: If you do not receive your username and password for this course, call 913-288-7660.

Course Number: CECS-7501-01
Date: November 9 – December 4
Time: Anytime
Location: Online
Instructor: Joyce McMahon, MHS, CCM, OTR/L
Fee: $40.00

Ethics for Occupational Therapists & Allied Health Professionals
This course gives an overview and a systems approach on ethical quandaries of working in health care both individually and as a team member. Participants will have an opportunity to learn how they are shaped by organizational structure and how they can be effective as a framer of ethical policies and practices in the institutions of health care.

This is a 6-week online course--not a self-study course. You can access it any time day or night. It provides a forum for discussion of experiences that are part of the occupational therapy industry. 12 contact hours or 1.2 CEUs.

Notes: (1) If you do not receive your username and password for the course, call 913-288-7660. (2) A book is required; it can be purchased from the campus bookstore (www.kckccbookstore.com).

Course Number: CECS-7502-01
Date: October 12 – November 20
Time: Anytime
Location: Online
Instructor: Joyce McMahon, MHS, CCM, OTR/L
Fee: $120.00

Evidence Based Practices - School Based Occupational Therapy Services
As professionals, we strive to provide the best methods/techniques in our practices. What are the best service delivery options and/or techniques to address functional skills in the school setting? How easily can these changes occur within the current Special Education system? How do you document these ideas in the IEP? This course will discuss all of these issues and send you home with ideas to implement in your practice. This course runs for 4 weeks. Plan to spend 2 hours per week in study and online interaction with the instructor and other students.

This is a 4-week online course - not a self study course. You can access it anytime day or night. It provides a forum for discussion of experiences that are part of the occupational therapy profession. Come share your ideas/experiences and learn from others facing the same challenges. Required course materials will be available online or sent to you prior to the start of the class.

Note: If you do not receive your username and password for this course, call 913-288-7660.

Course Number: CECS-7504-01
Date: October 5 – October 30
Time: Anytime
Location: Online
Instructor: Shelle Deitrick-Werner, MS. Ed.S., OTR/L
Fee: $80.00

Small Business Development
Success Right From the Start
Thinking about starting your own business? This information covering government requirements, forms of business organization, record keeping, and financial planning. You will learn how to objectively evaluate your business concept and product/services, define and analyze the market potential for your business, and begin work on a business plan for managing your business and obtain financing.
Course Number: CECS-7800-01
Date: September 30 (Wednesday)
Time: 6:00pm – 9:30pm
Location: Flint Bldg, Room 3619 B
Instructor: Elisa Waldman
Fee: $30.00
 
Course Number: CECS-7800-02
Date: December 3 (Thursday)
Time: 6:00pm – 9:30pm
Location: Flint Bldg, Room 3619 B
Instructor: Elisa Waldman
Fee: $30.00

Leavenworth Center - Community Education
Driver Safety
Defensive Driving
This is a comprehensive driver-improvement program without any in-car instruction. It is a basic four-hour course designed to give drivers practical knowledge and techniques to avoid crashes, and to choose safe, responsible, and lawful driving behavior. It is an interactive course with activities, case studies, discussions, and video presentations. This defensive driving course is approved by the state, so your insurance can be reduced by 5% or more upon completion. Topics in this course include: personal responsibility and driving, hazard recognition, rules of the road, avoiding collisions, driving environments, and much more.
Course Number: CECS-3001-60
Date: December 5, 2009 (Saturday)
Time: 8:00am – 12:00pm
Location: LvCtr. Room 4
Instructor: Jim Hathaway
Fee: $40.00

Driver's Education
This course is designed for the beginning driver and consists of 30 hours of classroom instruction, six hours of driving with the instructor, and twelve hours of observation. During this state approved course, students will master Kansas road laws and safe defensive driving techniques. Completion of the course requirements may lead to certification for a Kansas Driver's License. The instructor will arrange the driving and observation time after the class begins and the entire 18 hours of driving and observation time will be outside the classroom instruction hours and may extend beyond the course completion date. To be eligible to take this class, the student must be 15 years of age or older, obtain a State of Kansas Instructional Permit from the Department of Motor Vehicles. Parents of minors are encouraged to attend the first night of class.
Course Number: CECS-3000-60
Date: October 27 – December 1, 2009 (Tues/Thurs)
Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: LvCtr
Instructor: Jim Hathaway
Fee: $275.00

Financial
Financial Workshop for the Individual Investor - Moving Down the Road to Your Financial Goals
In Moving down the Road to your Financial Goals you'll learn common investing mistakes and how to avoid them; investing strategies to help reach your long-term goals; and what you can do not to prepare for retirement.
Course Number: CECS-3108-60
Date: September 29, 2009 (Tuesday)
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: LvCtr. Room 10
Instructor: Joel Hadfield
Fee: $7.50

Financial Workshop for the Individual Investor - Making Sense of Retirement
In Making Sense of Retirement learn more about the five basic questions you should ask yourself to prepare for retirement; the options you can use now to save for retirement and how time can help or hurt your retirement goals.
Course Number: CECS-3109-60
Date: October 6, 2009 (Tuesday)
Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Location: LvCtr. Room 10
Instructor: Joel Hadfield
Fee: $7.50

Financial Workshop for the Individual Investor - -Smart Start to Mutual Funds
In Smart Start to Mutual Funds, learn how and why mutual funds work, as well as why they’re important to helping you meet your long term goals.
Course Number: CECS-3110-60
Date: October 13, 2009 (Tuesday)
Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Location: LvCtr. Room 10
Instructor: Joel Hadfield
Fee: $7.50

Finding Balance in Your Budget
Learn more about setting personal finance goals, managing expenses and debt, practical savings options for now through retirement and creating a financial blueprint for the rest of your life.
Course Number: CECS-3111-60
Date: October 27, 2009 (Tuesday)
Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Location: LvCtr. Room 10
Instructor: Joel Hadfield
Fee: $5.00

How to Raise a Money Smart Child
Giving your children or grandchildren a primer on money management skills can have a positive effect their entire lives. In this workshop, learn how to start teaching your child or grandchild about financial goal-setting and self-discipline and the basics of making wise money choices.
Course Number: CECS-3112-60
Date: October 27, 2009 (Tuesday)
Time: 7:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: LvCtr. Room 10
Instructor: Joel Hadfield
Fee: $5.00

Health & Fitness
Beginning Belly Dance
In this dance technique class for beginners, you'll learn all the foundations of this ethnic dance form. This class will cover the basics of hip, rib cage, and arm isolations as well as simple turns, traveling steps, veil work, combinations, and choreography. Come join us for creative movement in a positive and fun setting.
Course Number: CECS-3201-61
Date: October 24 – November 21, 2009 (Saturdays)
Time: 9:00am – 10:00am
Location: LvCtr. Room 17
Instructor: Elena Wagner
Fee: $50.00

Belly Dance Conditioning Workout
Looking for a new and different type of workout? In this class, you'll get a total body workout. You'll raise your heart rate, burn fat, and tone your muscles. This exercise-format class will include warm-up, break down of basic belly dance movements, traveling steps, shimmies, percussive hip work, abdominal and rib cage work, and sustained arm movements, as well as stretching and strength training. This class is appropriate for all levels of students from beginner to professional. It is a great way for new students to cover the basics, and for seasoned belly dancers to stay in excellent shape for performance. Please wear comfortable clothing that allows for ease of movement. Bring water and an exercise mat and be ready to sweat!
Course Number: CECS-3203-61
Date: October 24 – November 21, 2009 (Saturdays)
Time: 10:05am – 11:05am
Location: LvCtr. Room 17
Instructor: Elena Wagner
Fee: $50.00