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Continuing Education: Fall 2014
Continuing Education : Fall 2014

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COURSE TITLE CR ENRL ROOM LOCATION TIME DAY INSTR FEES

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CE0100  CEW1
Great Robotics 0.00 5/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-08:30PM TH Rieger,J $75.00
09/18/14-10/16/14
Students will have an awesome time building robots that can navigate obstacle courses and respond to a multitude of sensors, including motion, touch and sound. Our students work with the LEGO Mindstorms base kit to master the programming of basic movements, and then progress to more difficult challenges. Our goal is to make science, technology, engineering and mathematics fun. You must be at least 9 years old to come to this class.
 
CE0100  CEW2
Challenging Robotics 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-08:30PM TH Rieger,J $75.00
10/23/14-11/20/14
 
CE0100  FIU1
ECC Fitness Center Membership 0.00 1/20 MP_310 Main Campus 07:30AM-03:00PM MTWTHF Rieger,J $60.00
09/15/14-12/04/14
This community education class provides you with semester membership to the East Central College Fitness Center on the main campus in Union. You will be introduced to a comprehensive fitness program focusing on improving the basic components of physical fitness. An individualized exercise program will be developed based on your fitness assessment. Instructor: Dr. Jay Mehrhoff
 
CE0100  FIU12
Yoga for Beginners 0.00 3/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 06:30PM-07:30PM TH Rieger,J $45.00
10/30/14-12/11/14
This continuing education class provides senior citizens with a semester membership to the ECC Fitness Center at the main campus in Union. An individualized exercise program will be developed based on fitness assessments. Participants must utilize a specially designated hour from 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. each weekday. This time will emphasize improving the physical fitness component of flexibility, which will lead to an increase in range of motion and increased mobility. Students must be at least 55 years of age to participate.
 
CE0100  FIU13
Seniorcizing 0.00 FULL MP_310 Main Campus 01:30PM-02:30PM TTH Rieger,J $10.00
09/16/14-12/04/14
This community education class provides senior citizens with a semester membership to the ECC Fitness Center at the main campus in Union. An individualized exercise program will be developed based on fitness assessments. Participants must utilize a specially designated hour from 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. each weekday. This time will emphasize improving the physical fitness component of flexibility, which will lead to an increase in range of motion and increased mobility. Students must be at least 55 years of age to participate.
 
CE0100  FIU14
Seniorcising 0.00 FULL MP_310 Main Campus 01:30PM-02:30PM MW Rieger,J $10.00
09/15/14-12/03/14
This community education class provides senior citizens with a semester membership to the ECC Fitness Center at the main campus in Union. An individualized exercise program will be developed based on fitness assessments. Participants must utilize a specially designated hour from 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. each weekday. This time will emphasize improving the physical fitness component of flexibility, which will lead to an increase in range of motion and increased mobility. Students must be at least 55 years of age to participate.
 
CE0100  FIU20
Self Defense for Women 0.00 3/20 ECTC_CFA Main Campus 07:00PM-09:00PM T Rieger,J $80.00
10/07/14-10/28/14
Every woman and teenage girl should consider taking this class: it could save your life. This course teaches women to protect yourself, develop self esteem, and get physically fit. You will learn simple, yet effective, mental and physical self defense techniques. The course emphasizes avoidance, awareness, confidence building and street worthy techniques taught in a safe and controlled environment. Please dress for light to medium physical contact. Don't be a victim! Instructor: Tim Raftery, CODA Martial Arts
 
CE0100  FIU21
Self Defense for Men 0.00 0/20 ECTC_CFA Main Campus 07:00PM-09:00PM T Rieger,J $80.00
11/04/14-11/25/14
Every man should consider taking this class: it could save your life. This course teaches men to protect themselves, develop self esteem, and get physically fit. You will learn simple, yet effective, mental and physical self defense techniques. The course emphasizes avoidance, awareness, confidence building and street worthy techniques taught in a safe controlled environment. Please dress for light to medium physical contact. Don't be a victim! Instructor: Tim Raftery, CODA Martial Arts
 
CE0100  FIU3
Yoga 0.00 9/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 06:30PM-07:30PM W Rieger,J $45.00
09/17/14-10/22/14
Learn how to apply yoga into your daily life. The postures allow you to gain flexibility, tone your muscles, and enjoy the flow of breath within your body. Develop a mind, body, and spirit connection and awaken yourself to a more relaxed and efficient lifestyle. This class will include the theory of yoga plus exercises, breathing techniques. Instructor: Lifeforce Fitness Team
 
CE0100  FIU4
Yoga 0.00 1/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 06:30PM-07:30PM W Rieger,J $45.00
10/29/14-12/10/14
Learn how to apply yoga into your daily life. The postures allow you to gain flexibility, tone your muscles, and enjoy the flow of breath within your body. Develop a mind, body, and spirit connection and awaken yourself to a more relaxed and efficient lifestyle. This class will include the theory of yoga plus exercises, breathing techniques. No class 11/26 Instructor: Lifeforce Fitness Team
 
CE0100  FIU8
Yoga for Beginners 0.00 11/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 06:30PM-07:30PM TH Rieger,J $45.00
09/18/14-10/23/14
 
CE0100  FLW1
Survival Spanish I 0.00 1/20 ECWA_215 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-08:00PM T Rieger,J $75.00
09/16/14-10/21/14
Quick and Easy! This course is for you if you want to attain a speaking knowledge of the Spanish language. It is perfect if you've never studied Spanish before or if you're just brushing up on what you've already know. Communication and comprehension will be stressed more than grammatical depth. This course will prove useful if you want to communicate with Spanish speaking individuals. Each week will focus on a different topic. Examples include: basic conversational Spanish, vacation and travel, body parts and healthcare, and ordering at a restaurant. Home study will be necessary. Text available at ECC Bookstore. Instructor: Diane Hopkins
 
CE0100  HLU01
Beginning Knitting 0.00 1/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 06:00PM-08:00PM M Rieger,J $60.00
10/06/14-10/27/14
This class is for beginning knitters of all ages. Whether you have never knitted, or started knitting and has forgotten what was learned, this is the place to start. You will knit a very easy hat, with the pattern, needles and yarn supplied. The instructor will discuss how to read instructions, reading knitting, yarn selections and needle choices. Students will need to work on the hat outside of class time in order to complete the project. Instructor: Jeri Rieger
 
CE0100  HLU02
Knit Fingerless Gloves 0.00 1/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 06:00PM-08:00PM M Rieger,J $60.00
11/03/14-11/24/14
The popular fingerless gloves are easy to knit and use small amounts of yarn. You will learn to knit in the round and how to change colors. To take this class, you must be comfortable with the 2 basic stitches - knit and purl. All materials required for one pair of gloves included. You must be willing to work out of class to complete your project. Instructor: Jeri Rieger
 
CE0100  HLU1
Intro to Home Brewing 0.00 3/20 ECTC_CFB Main Campus 06:30PM-08:30PM T Rieger,J $75.00
10/07/14-10/21/14
In this introduction to crafting your own beer at home, you will take four ingredients--water, barley, hops, and yeast--and transform them into the world's most popular fermented beverage. Learn about the equipment and techniques needed for brewing at home, how to build your own recipes, as well as packaging and enjoying your hand crafted beer. Take a sample of your labors home at the conclusion of the class. Instructor: Jacob Ehrhard
 
CE0100  HLU10
Advanced Line Dancing 0.00 0/20 ECTC_CFA Main Campus 06:30PM-08:30PM T Rieger,J $35.00
10/21/14-11/25/14
Grab your friends and come out for fun filled evenings! This fast paced class includes more difficult steps. You must have some line dance experience and know basic steps. No partner needed. Instructor Steve Brown
 
CE0100  HLU11
Cha Cha Dance 0.00 2/20 ECTC_CFA Main Campus 07:00PM-09:00PM TH Rieger,J $25.00
11/06/14-11/13/14
This is your chance to learn one of the most popular Latin-American social dances, the Cha Cha! This dance evolved from a slower version of the Mambo in Cuba in the 1940s and made its way to the US in the 50s. Lively, flirtatious and versatile, the Cha Cha is full of passion and energy! The light and bubbly moves create a unique sense of fun for dancers. Leave your sneakers at home. You will want to wear smoothed soled shoes as you "step, step, cha, cha, cha"! Instructor: Nancy Heimann
 
CE0100  HLU3
Hippity Hop Dance 0.00 1/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 05:00PM-06:00PM T Rieger,J $50.00
10/21/14-11/25/14
Does the studio dance lessons seem like too much of a commitment? How about a dance class where you can wear your own clothes and just learn some moves.This class provides the best of both worlds. The class is full of pure energetic fun! Dancers develop coordination, rhythm and body awareness through simple choreography that targets skills that are at the appropriate developmental level for preschoolers. It's all set to age appropriate fun and funky music. The camp is for movers and shakers of either gender . Participants should dress in in loose, easy fitting clothing and tennis shoes. For ages 4 to 6. Instructor: Angela Mense
 
CE0100  HLU4
Swing Dance 0.00 16/20 ECTC_CFA Main Campus 07:00PM-09:00PM TH Rieger,J $35.00
09/18/14-10/30/14
Learn to swing dance (jitterbug) to the oldies, rock and roll or even country. Get ready for reunions, weddings, wineries or just to exercise. Bring a partner and come to have fun. No experience needed. No class Oct. 9 Instructor: Nancy Heimann
 
CE0100  HLU7
I just want to Waltz with You 0.00 0/20 ECTC_CFA Main Campus 07:00PM-09:00PM TH Rieger,J $25.00
12/04/14-12/11/14
Let us take you back to when ballroom dancing was first invented. A new twist on an old twirl! Join us as we take the easy, romantic waltz from a century ago and spice it up with music. This is vintage style waltzing, where the emphasis on carousing and comraderie rather than on competition. A couple of our high-quality lessons are enough to make a waltzer of you. Instructor: Nancy Heimann
 
CE0100  HLU9
Line Dancing 0.00 12/20 ECTC_CFA Main Campus 06:30PM-08:30PM T Rieger,J $35.00
09/16/14-10/14/14
Whether you are a beginner or have line danced before, don't miss this chance to look good on the dance floor at weddings, wineries, or your class reunion. Have a blast as you learn the Boot Scootin Boogie, watermelon crawl as well as other popular line dances. Instructor Steve Brown
 
CE0100  HOMW1
Basic Wills and Trusts 0.00 9/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-09:00PM W Rieger,J $40.00
10/08/14-10/08/14
This class is led by an attorney and provides a basic nuts and bolts approach to wills, trusts and other end of life documents. The workbook will help you get started and prepare the basic documents that everyone should have. The is the kind of thing that is on everyone's to-do list so here is your opportunity to do something about it. Instructor: Amy Hereford
 
CE0100  HOMW2
Choosing an Attorney 0.00 1/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-08:30PM W Rieger,J $25.00
10/01/14-10/01/14
Choosing an attorney who can efficiently help with your particular problem may not be easy. Don't expect to locate a good lawyer by simply looking in the phone book or reading an advertisement. There's not enough information in these sources to help you make a valid judgment. In fact, your particular problem might not even need an attorney.This class, taught by an attorney, is an opportunity to learn how to make your best choice The class will begin with a presentation and end with a Q & A session where you can ask about your particular needs. Instructor: Amy Hereford
 
CE0100  HSU1
How Healthy Happens 0.00 12/20 UN_OTHER 06:00PM-09:00PM TTH Rieger,J $55.00
09/16/14-09/18/14
The instructor, a working wife and mother who has spent most of her life overweight, has finally figured out "How Healthy Happens." Learn ways to prepare single ingredient, healthy, hassle-free, metabolism boosting, dishes that are as enjoyable to cook as they are to eat. This isn't veggie, vegan, gluten free, low carb or any other restricted plan; its real food prepared simply and deliciously. At the completion of this course, you'll better understand how to make healthy happen! As a limited time free bonus, students will have an opportunity to join the instructor on a Schnucks grocery shopping trip and learn what to buy, where to buy it, what grocery aisles to shop in, and what areas of a grocery store to avoid. Come join us for this shopping adventure! Instructor: Ali Blechle Location of class: Developmental Services (North)-Union
 
CE0100  HSU2
How Healthy Happens 0.00 4/20 UN_OTHER 06:00PM-09:00PM TTH Rieger,J $55.00
10/14/14-10/16/14
The instructor, a working wife and mother who has spent most of her life overweight, has finally figured out "How Healthy Happens." Learn ways to prepare single ingredient, healthy, hassle-free, metabolism boosting, dishes that are as enjoyable to cook as they are to eat. This isn't veggie, vegan, gluten free, low carb or any other restricted plan; its real food prepared simply and deliciously. At the completion of this course, you'll better understand how to make healthy happen! As a limited time free bonus, students will have an opportunity to join the instructor on a Schnucks grocery shopping trip and learn what to buy, where to buy it, what grocery aisles to shop in, and what areas of a grocery store to avoid. Come join us for this shopping adventure! Instructor: Ali Blechle Location of class: Developmental Services (North)-Union
 
CE0100  ITU10
Interm Computers/Seniors 0.00 0/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 09:00AM-11:00AM T Rieger,J $25.00
10/14/14-10/21/14
This class is the second in a sequence intended to make using computers inviting for family use. You'll learn how to copy something from one place and paste it into another. Discover how to print, save information to the computer for later use, and maintain the computer. Senior citizen Tom Bennett continues the relaxed, fun-attitude approach to put students at ease while learning to use a computer. Instructor: Tom Bennett
 
CE0100  ITU11
Photoshop 101 0.00 5/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 06:00PM-09:00PM W Rieger,J $105.00
09/17/14-10/15/14
Learn how to make your photos shine! Learning a program as vast as Photoshop can be frustrating and time consuming, but it doesn't have to be. You will learn how to retouch digital photos, work with layers and masks, navigate the workspace, prepare images for the screen and print, and explore the latest features. Step-by-step and easy to follow lessons will help you become more productive. This class is geared for photographers, bloggers, designers, and creative people! Bring a flash drive to save your work. Required textbook available for purchase in ECC bookstore. Instructor: Charles Warmack
 
CE0100  ITU12
Photoshop 102 0.00 1/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 06:00PM-09:00PM W Rieger,J $105.00
10/22/14-11/19/14
Photoshop 102 will pick up right where 101 left off, teaching more advanced techniques to editing photos, and making them polished without being overdone. Special time will be devoted to retouching, special effects, and merging photos together. The class will also focus on how to create and use textures, and how to add borders, and designs to your photos to make them perfect. Learn how to make the most of your photographs. Prerequisite: Intro to Computers and Photoshop 101 or permission of the instructor. Required textbook available for purchase in ECC bookstore. Instructor: Charles Warmack
 
CE0100  ITU13
All about iPads 0.00 4/20 ECTC_109 Main Campus 06:30PM-08:30PM W Rieger,J $45.00
10/08/14-10/15/14
Learn about the unique functions and features of the iPad. You will examine a variety of applications, learn how to download applications, and explore methods for using the iPad in education. There's no need to fear typing using the onscreen keyboard and the editing features. You'll also learn how to clean the iPad, browse the web using Safari, use the iBooks app to download books, as well as download and install a third party application from the iTunes App Store. Instructor: Tony Carosella
 
CE0100  ITU14
Illustrator I 0.00 5/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 06:00PM-09:00PM M Rieger,J $105.00
09/15/14-10/13/14
Illustrator is an Adobe program that creates distinctive artwork. You will learn how to use different tools - layers, type, filters, gradient fill and more. We will be using PCs in this 100 percent hands-on course. Textbook can be purchased at the ECC Bookstore. Instructor: Tony Carosella
 
CE0100  ITU15
Illustrator II 0.00 1/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 06:00PM-09:00PM M Rieger,J $105.00
10/20/14-11/17/14
This class will take off where Illustrator I left off. Building on previously learned skills, you will learn about points and paths, use built-in patterns, blend objects, about masks and text. Prerequisite Illustrator I or permission from instructor. We will be using PCs in this 100 percent hands-on course. Textbook can be purchased at the ECC Bookstore. Instructor: Tony Carosella
 
CE0100  ITU19
Sharing Digital Photos 0.00 0/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 09:00AM-11:00AM T Rieger,J $50.00
11/25/14-12/16/14
In this class you will learn how to: move photos from your digital camera to your computer and resize them for the internet. Discover how to share them with others via Facebook, photo-hosting websites, and free online classified ads (such as Craigslist ). You will also learn how to put them on a flash drive to view on someone else"s computer. Instructor: Tom Bennett
 
CE0100  ITU2
Seniors takes on the Internet 0.00 0/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 09:00AM-11:00AM T Rieger,J $50.00
10/28/14-11/18/14
This class is the third in a sequence of classes to make using computers comfortable for family use. Learn how to use the internet to search for information (googling), to save or to relocate that information again, and to create an email account as well as practical tips to minimize problems with using the internet. Senior citizen Tom Bennett continues the relaxed, fun approach to put students at ease while learning to use a computer. Instructor: Tom Bennett
 
CE0100  ITU3
Intro to Computers/Seniors 0.00 7/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 09:30AM-11:30AM T Rieger,J $50.00
09/16/14-10/07/14
This class is for the true beginner, the first in a sequence of classes to make using computers inviting for family use. Learn how to use the mouse (or laptop pad) to control the computer, create documents, avoid problems with basic techniques, and cope with common computer-use problems. Senior citizen Tom Bennett takes a relaxed, fun-attitude approach to put students at ease while learning to use a computer. Instructor: Tom Bennett
 
CE0100  ITU4
Private Computer Lessons II 0.00 1/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $100.00
Students focus on the same skills as Private Computer Lesson I, but for a shorter period of time (5-1/2 hours sessions) Instructor: Cristy Davila
 
CE0100  ITU5
Private Computer Lessons I 0.00 1/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $200.00
Progress at your own pace. Fully customize your lessons to match your specific needs and aid with any disabilities. You can choose the frequency of your lessons and eliminate any concerns of falling behind that you would in a class setting. You are able to ask questions during your private lesson without feeling intimidated by other students. No prerequisites. Absolute beginners are welcome. No book required, but bring a notebook and pen. (10 1/2 hour sessions)
 
CE0100  ITU6
Private Computer Lessons I 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $200.00
Progress at your own pace. Fully customize your lessons to match your specific needs and aid with any disabilities. You can choose the frequency of your lessons and eliminate any concerns of falling behind that you would in a class setting. You are able to ask questions during your private lesson without feeling intimidated by other students. No prerequisites. Absolute beginners are welcome. No book required, but bring a notebook and pen. Instructor: Cristy Davila Cost: $200
 
CE0100  ITU7
Private Computer Lessons 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $200.00
Progress at your own pace. Fully customize your lessons to match your specific needs and aid with any disabilities. You can choose the frequency of your lessons and eliminate any concerns of falling behind that you would in a class setting. You are able to ask questions during your private lesson without feeling intimidated by other students. No prerequisites. Absolute beginners are welcome. No book required, but bring a notebook and pen. Instructor: Cristy Davila Cost: $200
 
CE0100  ITU8
Private Computer Lessons II 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $100.00
Students focus on the same skills as Private Computer Lesson I, but for a shorter period of time. Instructor: Cristy Davila
 
CE0100  ITU9
Private Computer Lessons 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $100.00
Students focus on the same skills as Private Computer Lesson I, but for a shorter period of time. Instructor: Cristy Davila
 
CE0100  ITU98
Fantastic Freebie Friday 0.00 4/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 09:30AM-11:30AM F Rieger,J
09/12/14-09/12/14
Need a quick introduction to computers? You'll learn how to log on, sign up for a free email account, and surf the internet. You will quickly explore Microsoft Word and Excel, and be introduced to a free online typing course that you can use to learn to keyboard. This course will not make you proficient in any program; but it may take the scariness out of computers and show you that you can do it! This will prepare you for further computer classes that you can take to increase your skills. Seats are limited! You MUST preregister for this class. Instructor: Al Howland
 
CE0100  ITU99
Fantastic Freebie Friday 0.00 0/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 09:30AM-11:30AM F Rieger,J
09/05/14-09/05/14
Need a quick introduction to computers? You'll learn how to log on, sign up for a free email account, and surf the internet. You will quickly explore Microsoft Word and Excel, and be introduced to a free online typing course that you can use to learn to keyboard. This course will not make you proficient in any program; but it may take the scariness out of computers and show you that you can do it! This will prepare you for further computer classes that you can take to increase your skills. Seats are limited! You MUST preregister for this class. Instructor: Al Howland
 
CE0100  ITW14
Intro to Microsoft Word 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 06:00PM-09:00PM T Rieger,J $105.00
11/11/14-12/09/14
Microsoft Word is a powerful tool to create professional looking documents. Word is used to create, revise, and save documents for printing and future retrieval. This course will provide you with the basic concepts required to produce business and personal documents. Instruction will be provided on starting the program, creating, editing and saving documents. Prerequisite: Intro to PC. Instructor: Charles Warmack
 
CE0100  ITW19
Intro to Excel 0.00 4/20 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 06:00PM-09:00PM T Rieger,J $105.00
10/21/14-11/18/14
The capabilities of Excel 2013 will be introduced in this course. Through lectures, demonstrations, handouts, and hands-on experiences you will learn to build formulas, use commands and develop worksheets. Textbook available at the ECC Bookstore. Prerequisite: Intro to PC. Instructor: Charles Warmack
 
CE0100  ITW33
Social Media 0.00 3/20 ECWA_E13 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-08:30PM W Rieger,J $40.00
10/22/14-10/29/14
You have heard of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Instagram. Do you know what it can do for you? Learn how to promote yourself and your business appropriately. Learn how to separate your personal life on social media from your professional life. A great class for individuals and businesses alike. Instructor: Tony Carosella
 
CE0100  ITW8
Intro to PC 0.00 2/20 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 06:00PM-09:00PM T Rieger,J $105.00
09/02/14-09/30/14
If you don't know anything about computers, this is the course for you. The operating system, word processing, and spreadsheet processing will be introduced. All coursework will be done using a personal computer and appropriate software. Knowledge of the keyboard is recommended. Textbook available at the ECC Bookstore. Instructor: Charles Warmack
 
CE0100  KITW2
Little Elves Workshop 0.00 3/20 ECWA_119 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-08:30PM TH Rieger,J $25.00
12/04/14-12/04/14
Mom & Dad, Grandma & Grandpa - bring your little elf to decorate a gingerbread house, drink hot chocolate, eat holiday cookies and start the season off right. With carols ringing in your ears, your elf will finish the non-edible gingerbread house for you to put in a place of honor in your home. Start a new family tradition. Instructor: ECC Staff
 
CE0100  KITW5
Halloween Cupcakes for Kids 0.00 0/20 ECWA_119 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-08:30PM TH Rieger,J $30.00
10/30/14-10/30/14
The best part about Halloween is the treats. This year, treat your friends to yummy, decorated cupcakes. You won't have to worry about tricks as Chef Linda will teach you all the tricks of the trade when it comes to decorating cupcakes. You bring 6 cupcakes and we'll provide the icing and decorating kits. Best part - you get to lick your fingers and show everyone how it's done! Instructor: Linda Schwoeppe
 
CE0100  KITW9
Christmas Cookie Decorating 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-08:30PM TH Rieger,J $25.00
12/11/14-12/11/14
Need some inspiration for decorating Christmas cookies? Decorating Christmas cookies is a fun holiday activity for both kids and adults, and the best part is, you get to eat your creations! Some cookie decorating techniques are basic while others may take a little more effort.We will supply the decorating kit and icing, you supply the cookies. Our wonderful instructor will guide you in creating cookies that are too beautiful to eat (If there is such a thing!) Instructor: Linda Schwoeppe
 
CE0100  MBSU1
Tai Chi 0.00 1/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 01:30PM-02:30PM W Rieger,J $45.00
10/29/14-12/10/14
Learn to use gentle Tai Chi movements to improve health. Tai Chi is known to improve balance, reduce stress, increase muscle strength and range of motion, and improve heart health. Even if you have trouble standing you can participate in this class and experience healthy results. Instructor: Sue Schulte
 
CE0100  MBSU8
Tai Chi 0.00 9/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 01:30PM-02:30PM W Rieger,J $45.00
09/17/14-10/22/14
Learn to use gentle Tai Chi movements to improve health. Tai Chi is known to improve balance, reduce stress, increase muscle strength and range of motion, and improve heart health. Even if you have trouble standing you can participate in this class and experience healthy results. Instructor: Sue Schulte
 
CE0100  MUU13
Private Voice Lessons 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $300.00
Private instruction is the best way to learn how to sing. The one-on-one instruction means you are given instruction that best suits how you learn. Learn proper vocal techniques, how to sing a wide variety of music styles, and have fun! With private lessons your teacher can focus attention on you to ensure that things such as tone, posture or understanding of a particular concept are correct. Receive 14 half hour private lessons. Instructor: Staff
 
CE0100  MUU5
Guitar Lessons 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $150.00
This is a great opportunity if you have ever wanted to take guitar lessons. No matter what your age, you can benefit from 10 private 30-minute lessons for an incredible price. Beginners as well as the experienced musician are welcome. Learning to play a guitar requires an investment of time. It is fun and intrinsically rewarding. While studying the guitar, you will achieve a balance between hard work and fun. Instructor: ECC music majors coordinated by Dr. Jennifer Judd
 
CE0100  MUU6
Guitar Lessons w/Music Fac 0.00 1/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $180.00
This is a great opportunity if you have ever wanted to take guitar lessons. No matter what your age, you can get 10 private 30-minute lessons for an incredible price. Beginners as well as the experienced musicians are welcome. Instructor: ECC music faculty
 
CE0100  MUU7
Piano Lessons 0.00 2/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $150.00
Have you always wanted to learn to play the piano? Receive 10 private 30-minute lessons for an incredible price. Beginners as well as experienced musicians are welcome. Instructor: ECC music majors coordinated by Dr. Jennifer Judd
 
CE0100  OTHU2
Missouri Notary Public Wrkshop 0.00 5/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 06:00PM-09:00PM T Rieger,J $30.00
09/23/14-09/23/14
This one night seminar will prepare you to become a Missouri Notary Public. Our instructor will walk you through every step, discussing the laws, fees, insurance, valid identification, journal requirements, and more. You will take the state exam and complete the state application as a part of the workshop. Instructor: Julie Apperson
 
CE0100  SCIU2
It's a Small World 0.00 2/20 HS_222 Main Campus 06:00PM-09:00PM TH Rieger,J $40.00
10/16/14-10/16/14
Using a microscope, students will discover the world of the small. Invertebrate animals, representing several kingdoms of biology, will be the focus of this class. Students will also collect their own invertebrate samples for examination, and using scientific rubrics, they will learn how to classify living organisms. Instructor: Jennifer Chitwood
 
CE0100  SCIU4
Comparative Anatomy 0.00 0/20 HS_222 Main Campus 06:00PM-09:00PM M Rieger,J $40.00
11/10/14-11/10/14
In this class students will examine both the external and internal anatomy of a fetal pig, and compare its features to other mammals, such as humans. Students will learn to identify the anatomical features of a vertebrate body and understand the relationships between their structures and functions. Instructor: Jennifer Chitwood
 
CE0100  WEBI3
IS-Ed2Go 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $89.00
08/13/14-12/13/14
 
CE0100  WEBI4
IS-Ed2Go 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $89.00
08/13/14-12/13/14
 
CE0100  WEBI5
IS-Ed2Go 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $89.00
08/13/14-12/13/14
 
CE0100  WEBI6
IS-Ed2Go 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $89.00
08/13/14-12/13/14
 
CE0200  ACO01
B&I Accounting for Business 0.00 0/20 TBA_TBA 08:30AM-05:00PM MT Bellis,R $145.00
11/03/14-11/03/14
If you feel a little intimidated when the subject of financial statements arises at work, or you have risen to a position where the basic ability to read and interpret financial statements is not only expected, but required, this course is for you. If you have your own business and want to better understand accounting explanations and reports, this course will cover everything you need to know to read and understand financial statements including basic accounting terms, bookkeeping basics, reading and analyzing financial statements, understanding cash flow, and avoiding fraud and embezzlement. If you're responsible for any part of your company's financial performance, you won't want to miss this two day seminar! Please inquire about book at time of registration. Instructor: AGC-Alfermann Gray & Co CPA's LLC Location Note: Peoples Bank Operating Center Annex-Cuba
 
CE0200  ACU3
B&I Quickbook Pro 0.00 1/25 ECTC_111 Main Campus 03:30PM-05:30PM W Bellis,R $160.00
10/01/14-11/19/14
QuickBooks has become the accounting software of choice for many small and medium sized businesses. No doubt, this is due to the multitude of functions and features the software offers. Whether you're a first time user, or someone who wants to sharpen your skills, come join your instructor for hands-on practice. This course will cover many aspects of the program including creating a company, working with vendors and customers, banking, physical inventory, payroll processing, estimates and time tracking, working with balance sheet accounts and budgets, and correcting and customizing. The course book, QuickBooks Pro 2013: Comprehensive, should be purchased prior to the first class. Instructor: Alfermann Gray & Co CPAs LLC
 
CE0200  ACU4
B&I QuickBooks Pro Level 2 0.00 0/25 ECTC_111 Main Campus 03:30PM-05:30PM W Bellis,R $99.00
10/29/14-12/19/14
For QuickBooks users who are ready for more, this course will review advanced features the software has to offer. Hands-on instruction will cover the areas of dealing with physical inventory, payroll processing, estimates and time tracking, working with balance sheet accounts and budgets, and correcting and customizing. Purchase QuickBooks Pro 2013: Level 2, prior to the first class. Instructor: Alfermann Gray & Co CPAs LLC
 
CE0200  CEU1
Workplace Essentials 0.00 4/25 ECTC_109 Main Campus 05:30PM-08:30PM TTH Rieger,J $1750.00
ECTC_111 Main Campus 05:30PM-08:30PM TTH
09/25/14-01/29/15
This program is designed to prepare you for today's job market by exposing you to a wide variety of skills and resources. The program will include instruction in software basics and administrative skills reflective of a seasoned professional. Learn or upgrade your skills in Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook. Essential skills will also be reviewed in ethics, problem solving, communication, customer service, business and report writing, file and project management, and interviewing. Through the review of case studies and hands-on applications, you will reinforce lessons and learn to apply practical knowledge to everyday situations. This program will give you the know-how to complete tasks and expose them to multiple resources available to enhance job performance. Please inquire regarding tuition funding opportunities! Instructor: Mary Brutcher
 
CE0200  CMTU1
2335
CMT Math Prep 0.00 13/20 ECTC_112 Main Campus 01:00PM-04:00PM MWF Warmack,T
09/03/14-09/15/14
This math review workshop is designed to be a quick review of the math series required to successfully pass the TABE test. This class is restricted to CMT students. Instructor: Mary Eagan Cos: Included in cost of CMT class
 
CE0200  CMTU2
2290
Certified Medication Tech 0.00 13/20 ECTC_109 Main Campus 08:30AM-03:00PM F Rieger,J
Warmack,T
$750.00
09/19/14-11/21/14
This program is designed to prepare individuals to become a Certified Medication Technician. This program meets the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services requirement to take the state exam. The student must be a working CNA for at least 6 months. In addition to the classroom work the student will experience 8-16 hours of job shadowing with a licensed CMT, LPN, or RN and 8 hours of clinical practice. Upon completion of both classroom and clinical components, the student will be eligible to take the Missouri state exam to become a licensed CMT. This program is entirely funded by the Missouri Health Wins grant for eligible students. Student must complete program information packet prior to registering. Entry into the program must be approved by Program Coordinator. Student must also enroll in Math Review for CMT students. Instructor: Connie Manion
 
CE0200  CMTU4
Insulin Administration 0.00 0/25 ECTC_109 Main Campus 10:00AM-02:00PM F Warmack,T $50.00
11/21/14-11/21/14
This half-day seminar will present information on diabetes as it relates to symptoms and treatment and will teach skills in insulin administration in order to qualify current CMTs to perform this procedure in long-term care facilities in Missouri. The course consists of 4 hours of instruction and includes a written final and practicum examination under the direct supervision of an instructor. Instructor: Connie Manion
 
CE0200  CNAA1
Hybrid Cert Nursing Asst 0.00 4/20 WARR_WARR 08:00AM-04:30PM T Warmack,T $1525.00
WARR_WARR 09:00AM-03:30PM F
09/19/14-12/16/14
This program is designed to prepare individuals to care for clients in long-term care facilities, hospitals, and home health agencies. The course will consist of approximately 50 hours of classroom training, approximately 25 hours of on-line coursework, and 100 hours of supervised clinical training. Upon completion of both components, the student will be eligible to take the final exam to become a Certified Nurse Assistant through the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. Students must be 18 years of age at the start of the program. Student must complete program information packet before registering. Entry into the program must be approved by Program Coordinator. Instructor: Terri Warmack
 
CE0200  CNAO4
CNA Challenge 0.00 3/25 ARRANGED Warmack,T $125.00
08/01/14-12/31/14
If you meet special criteria you are not required to take the entire Certified Nurse Assistant course, but rather will be allowed to take just the final examination (written and practical) to become a CNA in Missouri. You must have approval from the Department of Health and Senior Services and register with ECC Center for Workforce Development. You will be required to complete the CWD Information packet. Entry into program must be approved by Program Coordinator. Instructor: Terri Warmack
 
CE0200  CNAW1
Hybrid Cert Nursing Asst 0.00 11/25 ECWA_119 ECC-Washington 08:00AM-02:30PM F Warmack,T $1525.00
09/05/14-12/20/14
This program is designed to prepare individuals to care for clients in long-term care facilities, hospitals, and home health agencies. The course will consist of approximately 50 hours of classroom training, approximately 25 hours of on-line coursework, and 100 hours of supervised clinical training. Upon completion of both components, the student will be eligible to take the final exam to become a Certified Nurse Assistant through the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. Students must be 18 years of age at the start of the program. Student must complete program information packet before registering. Entry into the program must be approved by Program Coordinator. Instructor: Terri Warmack
 
CE0200  HSA14
B&I OSHA 10 hr General 0.00 0/20 WARR_WARR East Central Training Center 08:00AM-05:00PM MT Bellis,R
10/20/14-10/21/14
This course is designed for the entry level general worker. Course topics: introduction to OSHA and the OSH Act; general safety and health provisions; health hazards including hazard communication and materials; focus four - electrical safety; struck-by and caught in between; fall protection; personal protective equipment; hand and power tools; scaffolds; and stairways and ladders. Participants will receive a certification card upon successful completion. Course taught by OSHA approved instructors. Instructor: Danger Gone, LLC
 
CE0200  HSA22
B&I OSHA 30 hr General 0.00 2/20 WARR_WARR 08:00AM-05:00PM MTWTH Bellis,R $225.00
10/20/14-10/23/14
The OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Outreach Training course is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in general industry. This course is specifically devised for safety directors, foremen, and field supervisors in factories, plants and healthcare industries. The successful completion of this course will help you to identify common hazards and the proper methods to reduce the risk to yourself. A nationally recognized OSHA card after successful completion of the course will be issued. Instructor: Danger Gone, LLC
 
CE0200  HSO01
DOT Hazmat 49CFR Cert 0.00 0/20 TBA_TBA 08:00AM-05:00PM TH Bellis,R $495.00
09/18/14-09/18/14
Hazardous Materials Handling Certification training will cover the latest regulatory requirements under the Department of Transportation. Train your personnel how to handle hazardous materials in accordance with regulations during this 8 hour certification program covering the following topics: Introduction to the DOT Hazardous Materials Regulations, What is a Hazardous Material, Packaging Selection and Management, Marking and Labeling Requirements, Shipping Papers, Loading, Unloading, Placarding, Hazmat Security and Emergency Response. Lunch will be provided. Instructor: Environmental Resource Center staff Location Note: Tacony Manufacturing-St. James
 
CE0200  HSO03
B&I Workplace Violence 0.00 0/20 TBA_TBA 09:00AM-10:00AM TH Bellis,R $35.00
10/09/14-10/09/14
Incidents of work place violence are becoming more and more common every day. In this seminar you will come away with a comprehensive understanding of best practices that you can immediately apply in your workplace to respond to an act of violence. A discussion of mental and physical preparedness will assist you in responding to such an event while helping to comprehend the effects of stress on our bodies and minds. This hour long session may be your best defense. Instructor: Threat Assessment Consultants LLC Location Note: Peoples Bank Operating Center Annex-Cuba
 
CE0200  HSU01
B&I Workplace Violence 0.00 1/20 WARR_WARR 09:00AM-10:00AM TH Bellis,R $35.00
09/25/14-09/25/14
Incidents of work place violence are becoming more and more common every day. In this seminar you will come away with a comprehensive understanding of best practices that you can immediately apply in your workplace to respond to an act of violence. A discussion of mental and physical preparedness will assist you in responding to such an event while helping to comprehend the effects of stress on our bodies and minds. This hour long session may be your best defense. Instructor: Threat Assessment Consultants LLC
 
CE0200  HSU02
B& I Workplace Violence 0.00 0/25 BC_143 Main Campus 09:00AM-10:00AM W Bellis,R $35.00
09/17/14-09/17/14
Incidents of work place violence are becoming more and more common every day. In this seminar you will come away with a comprehensive understanding of best practices that you can immediately apply in your workplace to respond to an act of violence. A discussion of mental and physical preparedness will assist you in responding to such an event while helping to comprehend the effects of stress on our bodies and minds. This hour long session may be your best defense. Instructor: Threat Assessment Consultants LLC
 
CE0200  HSU13
B&I OSHA 10 hr General 0.00 0/25 BC_143 Main Campus 08:00AM-05:00PM MT Bellis,R $99.00
12/08/14-12/09/14
This course is designed for the entry level general worker. Course topics: introduction to OSHA and the OSH Act; general safety and health provisions; health hazards including hazard communication and materials; focus four - electrical safety; struck-by and caught in between; fall protection; personal protective equipment; hand and power tools; scaffolds; and stairways and ladders. Participants will receive a certification card upon successful completion. Course taught by OSHA approved instructors. Instructor: Danger Gone, LLC
 
CE0200  HSU21
B&I OSHA 30 hr General 0.00 0/25 BC_143 Main Campus 08:00AM-05:00PM MTWTH Bellis,R $225.00
12/08/14-12/11/14
The OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Outreach Training course is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in general industry. This course is specifically devised for safety directors, foremen, and field supervisors in factories, plants and healthcare industries. The successful completion of this course will help you to identify common hazards and the proper methods to reduce the risk to yourself. A nationally recognized OSHA card after successful completion of the course will be issued. Instructor: Danger Gone, LLC
 
CE0200  HSU3
B&I Workplace Violence: Safet 0.00 0/25 BC_143 Main Campus 08:30AM-12:00PM F Bellis,R $99.00
10/24/14-10/24/14
This interactive seminar is designed to bring awareness to growing trends of violence in America's workplaces today. Your instructor will discuss current issues facing employers to include internal friction, domestic violence, and armed intruders. Although violence is difficult to predict, the development of a workplace violence and security program is essential in providing a safe and secure environment for employees and corporate assets. This program will also address crisis planning which can significantly reduce liability of employers, while improving the response of emergency services. Instructor: Threat Assessment Consultants LLC
 
CE0200  HSU30
B&I Mental Health First Aid 0.00 0/20 BC_143 Main Campus 08:00AM-05:00PM W Bellis,R
12/03/14-12/03/14
Mental health issues affect all of society in some way, shape, or form. It's estimated that one in four Americans will have a diagnosable mental disorder at some point in their lives, thus it's extremely likely you will encounter someone in your workplace who may be experiencing distress. Learn the misconceptions regarding mental health and acquire the basic skills to respond to employees who may be experiencing disorders such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders, and other situations. This program is delivered in cooperation with the Missouri Institute of Mental Health. You will be eligible for CEUs and a certificate of completion. This course is being offered to Senior Human Resources Managers for FREE! Space is limited so sign up today! Instructor: KUTO
 
CE0200  HSU31
B&I Mental Health First Aid 0.00 0/20 ECTC_109 Main Campus 08:30AM-12:00PM F Bellis,R $99.00
12/05/14-12/05/14
Mental health is often directly related to work place violence. This interactive seminar is designed to bring awareness to growing trends of mental health and violence in America's workplaces today. Your instructor will discuss current issues facing employers to include internal friction, domestic violence, and armed intruders. Although violence is difficult to predict, the development of a workplace violence and security program is essential in providing a safe and secure environment for employees and corporate assets. This program will also address crisis planning which can significantly reduce liability of employers, while improving the response of emergency services. This course is being offered to Senior Human Resources Managers for FREE! Space is limited so sign up today! Instructor: Threat Assessment ConsultantsLLC
 
CE0200  HSU8
B&I Heartsaver First Aid 0.00 0/25 HS_130 Main Campus 08:00AM-04:00PM T Bellis,R $75.00
11/18/14-11/18/14
This course targets individuals who are expected to respond to cardiovascular, medical/injury, and environmental emergencies in the workplace. The program is designed to teach lay rescuers when to dial 911, how to give CPR, how to use an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED), how to provide relief of choking, and how to administer first aid basics. The course may be used to document a requirement to obtain a course completion card or meet regulatory requirements. Registration is required one week prior to the course start date. No admittance is permitted after stated start time. Instructor: Tom Fitts
 
CE0200  HSW01
Arc Flash Electical Safety 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E13 ECC-Washington 08:00AM-05:00PM MT Bellis,R $150.00
09/15/14-09/16/14
This training certification program is designed to save lives, prevent disabling injuries, and prevent damage to plants, building and equipment. It covers NFPA 70E in-depth, the standard for meeting OSHA training obligations. You will gain an immense respect for the power of electricity as you learn the important new rules of electrical safety. Training like this never costs - it pays! Instructor: Danger Gone, LLC
 
CE0200  HSW10
B&I Hazwoper 8 hr Refresher 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Bellis,R $75.00
This course meets the requirements outlined in OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 for eight hours of annual refresher training for workers at hazardous waste sites. This course is designed for general site workers who remove hazardous waste or who are exposed or potentially exposed to hazardous substances or health hazards. The course is comprised of nine sections covering topics pertaining to workplace hazards associated with Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER). Topics include HAZWOPER regulations, site characterization, toxicology, hazard recognition, personal protective equipment, decontamination, medical surveillance, confined space entry and emergency procedures. Upon successful completion,a certificate of completion will be issued. Instructor: Christopher Burgoyne, LLC
 
CE0200  HSW11
B&I Hazwoper 40 hr Course 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Bellis,R $375.00
The 40-hour course is specifically designed for workers who are involved in clean-up operations, emergency response operations, and storage, disposal, or treatment of hazardous substances or uncontrolled hazardous waste sites. HAZWOPER 40 Hour is required for employees working on a project consisting of uncontrolled hazardous waste operation mandated by the government. Instructor: Christopher Burgoyne, LLC
 
CE0200  ITA55
B&I Excel Introductory Skills 0.00 0/20 WARR_WARR 08:00AM-04:30PM MT Bellis,R $145.00
10/27/14-10/28/14
Microsoft Excel is very prevalent in today's marketplace. This course starts with basic skills and goes beyond, covering intermediate level tasks and practical applications for business and industry. Instruction will include the areas of: understanding and navigating the software; editing, viewing, and printing worksheets; working with formatting and setting the appearance of worksheets; charting and transmitting worksheet data; working with large worksheets, and managing multiple-sheet workbooks. Please inquire regarding book requirement at time of registration. Instructor: Darrell Risley Location Note: Missouri Career Center-Warrenton
 
CE0200  ITO52
B&I Excel Introductory Skills 0.00 9/20 TBA_TBA 08:00AM-04:30PM MT Bellis,R $145.00
09/15/14-09/16/14
Microsoft Excel is very prevalent in today's marketplace. This course starts with basic skills and goes beyond, covering intermediate level tasks and practical applications for business and industry. Instruction will include the areas of: understanding and navigating the software; editing, viewing, and printing worksheets; working with formatting and setting the appearance of worksheets; charting and transmitting worksheet data; working with large worksheets, and managing multiple-sheet workbooks. Please inquire regarding book requirement at time of registration. Instructor: Darrell Risley Course Location: Peoples Bank Operating Center Annex; 408 W Washington; Cuba, MO 65453
 
CE0200  ITO53
B&I Excel Introductory Skills 0.00 6/20 TBA_TBA 08:00AM-04:30PM MT Bellis,R $145.00
09/29/14-09/30/14
Microsoft Excel is very prevalent in today's marketplace. This course starts with basic skills and goes beyond, covering intermediate level tasks and practical applications for business and industry. Instruction will include the areas of: understanding and navigating the software; editing, viewing, and printing worksheets; working with formatting and setting the appearance of worksheets; charting and transmitting worksheet data; working with large worksheets, and managing multiple-sheet workbooks. Please inquire regarding book requirement at time of registration. Instructor: Darrell Risley LOCATION NOTE: Peoples Bank Operating Center Annex; 408 W Washington; Cuba, MO 65453
 
CE0200  ITS57
B&I Excel Topics: Lookup func 0.00 0/20 SUL_LAB ECC-Sullivan 08:30AM-11:30AM W Bellis,R $45.00
10/22/14-10/22/14
Continue to expand your Excel expertise while studying a specific skill area. During this workshop, you will work through lookup functions, creating pivot tables, creating pivot charts, changing macro security, recording macros, and running macros. Instructor: Darrell Risley
 
CE0200  ITW54
B&I Excel Introductory Skills 0.00 0/25 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 08:00AM-04:30PM MT Bellis,R $145.00
11/10/14-11/11/14
Microsoft Excel is very prevalent in today's marketplace. This course starts with basic skills and goes beyond, covering intermediate level tasks and practical applications for business and industry. Instruction will include the areas of: understanding and navigating the software; editing, viewing, and printing worksheets; working with formatting and setting the appearance of worksheets; charting and transmitting worksheet data; working with large worksheets, and managing multiple-sheet workbooks. Please inquire regarding book requirement at time of registration. Instructor: Darrell Risley
 
CE0200  LDU1
B&I Front-Line Supervision 0.00 1/25 BC_143 Main Campus 08:30AM-04:30PM M Bellis,R $225.00
10/13/14-10/27/14
This interactive seminar is designed for front-line leaders in any business environment. The course will discuss basic skills for supervisors who must get results through others rather than through their own independent abilities and skills. Focusing on the application of a variety of skills, topics for the program will include: time management, managing stages of group development, communication skills, giving/receiving feedback, managing change, conflict resolution and effective meeting management. Instructor: TBA
 
CE0200  LDW01
B&I Managing & Leveraging 0.00 0/25 QUAL_COACH 08:30AM-12:00PM T Bellis,R $260.00
09/16/14-09/16/14
Ever wish other people could just be more like you? Wondering how you can change and improve them? This workshop explores behavioral styles with an emphasis on self-awareness and appreciation for other styles. Transform your working relationships. Discover your core behavioral style, and learn how to read the styles of others. Then learn how to get better outcomes by adjusting how you interact with them. Participants will complete a DISC assessment and receive a comprehensive report providing valuable information about strengths of style as well as opportunities for improvement. Instructor: The Quality Coach Location Note: Quality Coach
 
CE0200  LDW02
B&I Balancing Coaching & Disc 0.00 1/20 QUAL_COACH 08:30AM-12:00PM T Bellis,R $260.00
10/07/14-10/07/14
Leaders are in the position to help people perform "at the top of their game." This workshop highlights coaching techniques to bring out the best in team members and mold desired behavior. When coaching techniques aren't effective, learn how to address unwanted behavior by using a systematic disciplinary process. Participants will leave with a new set of coaching tools and proven methods for addressing performance issues. Instructor: The Quality Coach Location Note: Quality Coach
 
CE0200  LDW03
B&I Power of Engagement 0.00 0/20 QUAL_COACH 08:30AM-12:00PM F Bellis,R $995.00
11/14/14-11/14/14
An organization's productivity and profits are the result of employees who enjoy their work and are consistently positive and productive. According to statistics, unfortunately, 55% of the U.S. workforce is not engaged and 16% of the workforce is actively disengaged. Learn how to more fully engage employees and strengthen your organization from the inside out with this interactive workshop. Instructor: The Quality Coach Location Note: Quality Coach
 
CE0200  LDW1
B&I The Coach Approach 0.00 0/20 QUAL_COACH 08:30AM-12:00PM T Bellis,R $995.00
10/14/14-11/18/14
Skilled coaches are an asset to any organization and consistently bring out the best in individuals as well as teams. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn practical performance coaching strategies and develop your own coaching competencies. Seasoned business coaches will provide insight into real world challenges, and will teach practical coaching tools and strategies. Included in this session is a leadership assessment. Participants will also earn a Performance Coaching Certification for successful completion. Instructor: The Quality Coach
 
CE0200  TTU02
B&I Blueprint Reading 0.00 0/25 BC_143 Main Campus 08:00AM-05:00PM MT Bellis,R $225.00
11/17/14-11/18/14
This basic print reading program explains the importance of engineering drawings in manufacturing and thoroughly describes the generation and duplication of such drawings. Participants will be taught the basic elements of a blueprint and introduced to the concepts which must be mastered to successfully interpret them. No prior knowledge of drafting or drawing is assumed. Instructor: The Training Resource Group
 
CE0200  TTW01
B&I Basic Electricity 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E13 ECC-Washington 08:00AM-05:00PM MT Bellis,R $225.00
11/03/14-11/04/14
This course covers basic concepts of AC/DC electricity used in the work place. Through hands-on exercises, device operation, and simple circuit construction and analysis, participants will acquire a basic understanding of electrical systems. Upon completion of this course students will have gained practical real world knowledge of electrical systems which should translate into a real world reduction in machine down time and an improvement in overall efficiency and safety. Instructor: The Training Resource Group
 
CE0500  SAFU1
Advanced Cardiac Life Suppt 0.00 0/30 ARRANGED Rieger,J $55.00
08/13/14-12/17/14
 
CE0500  SAFU2
Basic Life Support for Health 0.00 0/30 ARRANGED Rieger,J $35.00
08/13/14-12/17/14
 
CE0500  SAFU3
Pediatric Advanced Life Suppt 0.00 0/30 ARRANGED Rieger,J $75.00
08/13/14-12/17/14
 
CE0600  CEW2
Great Robotics 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-08:30PM TH Rieger,J $75.00
10/16/14-11/13/14
Students will have an awesome time building robots that can navigate obstacle courses and respond to a multitude of sensors, including motion, touch and sound. Our students work with the LEGO Mindstorms base kit to master the programming of basic movements, and then progress to more difficult challenges. Our goal is to make science, technology, engineering and mathematics fun. You must be at least 9 years old to come to this class.
 
CE0600  HLU4
Hip Hop Dance 0.00 5/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 06:15PM-07:15PM T Rieger,J $50.00
09/09/14-10/14/14
Hip Hop dance is everywhere! Learn the latest urban dance and hip hop moves. Dancers will integrate funky aerobic hip hop moves in "jammin" combinations. Kids will also have the opportunity to choreograph moves and incorporate their own style. Instructor: Angela Mense
 
CE0600  HLU5
Hip Hop Dance 0.00 2/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 06:15PM-07:15PM T Rieger,J $50.00
10/21/14-11/25/14
Hip Hop dance is everywhere! Learn the latest urban dance and hip hop moves. Dancers will integrate funky aerobic hip hop moves in "jammin" combinations. Kids will also have the opportunity to choreograph moves and incorporate their own style. Instructor: Angela Mense
 
 
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