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Continuing Education: Spring 2014
Continuing Education : Spring 2014

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NOTE: Fees, Times, Days and Instructors are subject to change without notice.
COURSE TITLE CR ENRL ROOM LOCATION TIME DAY INSTR FEES

CE0100  ARTU3
Watercolor 0.00 7/20 ECTC_109 Main Campus 02:00PM-04:00PM F Rieger,J $100.00
03/07/14-05/02/14
A fun and informal approach to learning the basics of watercolor painting for beginners and intermediate students .Instructions will include learning the basics of watercolor techniques and the fun each student can experience with the expression of paint applied to paper. Class will not meet Spring Break (3/28)
 
CE0100  CEW1
Great Robotics 0.00 5/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 04:00PM-06:00PM T Rieger,J $75.00
04/01/14-04/22/14
Students will have an awesome time building robots that can navigate obstacle courses and respond to a multitude of sensors, including motion, touch, 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 irresistibly FUN. You must be at least 9 years old to come to this class.
 
CE0100  CEW2
Great Robotics Plus 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 04:00PM-06:30PM T Rieger,J $75.00
04/29/14-05/20/14
This course is the second level of Great Robotics. You must have taken Great Robotics. The programming of the robots will become more difficult. Different sensors will be used and will be combined with other sensors. You do not need to bring anything to this class, we supply everything!
 
CE0100  FINW1
Financial ABC's of Retirement 0.00 11/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-09:00PM T Rieger,J $45.00
04/15/14-04/29/14
This course provides a fundamental working knowledge of the principles of conservative retirement planning as they apply to retirement planning. The materials cover varied aspects of conservative retirement planning, such as changes in planning paradigms, history of markets, impact of bear markets, retirement budgeting, aspects of financial decisions, and more, while highlighting the ABC Planning Model. Students will increase their awareness of the overall risk in the markets as well as possible asset allocation models to help manage exposure to risk. This course also covers conservative retirement planning, income planning, asset allocation, and appropriate financial decisions. It is not designed to give specific solutions to individual needs. The course is based on the book "Bat-Socks, Vegas and Conservative Investing", by author and financial planner David P. Vick and its companion, "The Financial ABC's of Retirement Planning Workbook". Both will be provided for you. Plus you will receive the "ABC's of Conservative Planning Concepts" DVD
 
CE0100  FITU7
Yoga for Beginners 0.00 7/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 06:30PM-07:30PM TH Rieger,J $45.00
02/06/14-03/13/14
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. No previous experience required. Class will not meet during Spring Break.
 
CE0100  FITU8
Yoga for Beginners 0.00 8/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 06:30PM-07:30PM TH Rieger,J $45.00
03/20/14-05/01/14
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. No previous experience required. Class will not meet during Spring Break
 
CE0100  FIU1
ECC Fitness Center Membership 0.00 2/20 MP_310 Main Campus 07:30AM-03:00PM MTWTHF Mehrhoff,J
Rieger,J
$60.00
02/10/14-05/07/14
This community education class provides an individual with semester membership to the East Central College Fitness Center on the main campus in Union. Members 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 fitness assessments.
 
CE0100  FIU10
Yoga 0.00 6/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 06:30PM-07:30PM W Rieger,J $45.00
03/19/14-04/30/14
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.
 
CE0100  FIU11
6390
Seniorcising 0.00 15/20 MP_310 Main Campus 01:30PM-02:30PM MW Mehrhoff,J
Rieger,J
$10.00
02/10/14-05/05/14
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  FIU12
6396
Seniorcising 0.00 FULL MP_310 Main Campus 01:30PM-02:30PM TTH Mehrhoff,J
Rieger,J
$10.00
02/10/14-05/06/14
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 10/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 07:00PM-09:00PM T Rieger,J $80.00
02/04/14-02/25/14
Every woman and teenage girl should consider taking this class. It could save your life. This course teaches women 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, and there is no need to be a physical athlete. Don't be a victim! Taught by CODA Marital Arts, Washington
 
CE0100  FIU21
Self Defense for Men 0.00 6/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 07:00PM-09:00PM M Rieger,J $80.00
02/24/14-03/17/14
Tim Raftery, our wonderful Self Defense for Women instructor is coming back by request to teach street smarts to the guys. Tim doesn't teach for competition purposes, he teaches for real life. Learn the three A's of self-defense: awareness, avoidance, ability to protect yourself. Learn how to protect yourself and your loved ones in different life-threatening scenarios. Learn mental and physical effective self-defense techniques. Learn defense against weapons. Hands-on training with light to moderate physical contact.
 
CE0100  FIU9
Yoga 0.00 5/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 06:30PM-07:30PM W Rieger,J $45.00
02/05/14-03/12/14
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.
 
CE0100  FLU2
Conversational Spanish 2 0.00 0/20 ECTC_109 Main Campus 06:30PM-08:00PM W Rieger,J $75.00
04/03/14-05/08/14
In this class, we will build upon vocabulary and concepts taught in Spanish 1. However we place more emphasis on grammar. We will elaborate on Spanish 1 topics, and the instructor will cater lessons to the desires of those students enrolled.
 
CE0100  GARW1
Start your Own Garden Seeds 0.00 5/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 06:00PM-08:30PM T Rieger,J $35.00
02/18/14-02/18/14
Do you want to start your own seeds? Learn about heritage or open-pollinated seeds and how to decide what varieties to grow, not just what is available at your local nursery. There are wonderful seeds available. Join me and learn how to propagate them. This is a hands-on class...come and get your hands dirty. Please bring a plastic shoe box with a lid.
 
CE0100  HFW4
Survivor: It's not a Game 0.00 4/20 ECWA_E13 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-08:30PM M Rieger,J $45.00
04/07/14-04/28/14
There is just no other word for it...weather has been wacky lately! You can reduce some of the risk to home and body by being prepared. Each session will take on one of the following of Being Informed, Making A Plan, Building A Disaster Kit and Getting Involved in Your Community. With plenty of hand-outs discussions and talks from local Disaster officials, you will go home prepared to get prepared!
 
CE0100  HISU1
6529
Local History 0.00 FULL ECTC_109 East Central Training Center 07:00PM-09:00PM TH Blesi
Rieger,J
$50.00
03/06/14-04/24/14
We have been offering this course for 10 years and it never gets old! Learn about local history centered around the people, places, and events in Franklin County. Each session will feature a different speaker. This course will offer new content from previous offerings so register for this one again! Class will meet during Spring Break.--Course Coordinator- Sue Blesi.
 
CE0100  HLU1
Swing Dance 0.00 FULL ECTC_CFA Main Campus 07:00PM-09:00PM TH Rieger,J $35.00
02/13/14-03/13/14
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. Instructor Nancy Heimann
 
CE0100  HLU2
Two Step 0.00 8/20 ECTC_CFA Main Campus 07:00PM-09:00PM TH Rieger,J $25.00
05/01/14-05/08/14
One of the great benefits of the Two Step is that it is an easy dance to learn. You can be on the floor, two stepping in no time at all. Of course, there are fancy steps that you can add in as you become more advanced and comfortable with the dance. The Two Step is so simple that many people watching dancers do this particular dance don't realize that it's an actual dance being done. Two Step instruction is only learning how to walk to the beat of the music. Of course, women have to learn to do it backwards, an added challenge!
 
CE0100  HLU5
Twitching-Chasing Birds 101 0.00 3/20 ECTC_109 Main Campus 06:30PM-08:30PM T Rieger,J $40.00
04/01/14-04/15/14
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.
 
CE0100  HLU7
Intro to Quilting 0.00 5/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 06:30PM-08:30PM T Rieger,J $70.00
03/04/14-04/15/14
In this beginning quilting class students will be introduced to fabric selection, pattern selection, tools, cutting, sewing, and machine quilting. During the six class meetings students will master four different quilt blocks and several borders. Students will be encouraged to use their class projects to make tote bags, place mats, pot holders, pillows, wall hangings or other items. A sewing machine will be needed at all classes, except the first class meeting. A supplies and materials list will be distributed and explained at the first class meeting
 
CE0100  HLU8
Line Dancing 0.00 18/20 ECTC_CFA Main Campus 06:30PM-08:30PM T Rieger,J $35.00
04/01/14-04/01/14
From beginners to intermediate learn to line dance. Be able to dance without a partner at weddings, wineries, local dances and have a blast. You will learn the Boot Scootin Boogie, watermelon crawl as well as other popular line dances. Instructor Steve Brown
 
CE0100  HLU9
I just want to Waltz with you 0.00 12/20 ECTC_CFA Main Campus 07:00PM-09:00PM TH Rieger,J $25.00
01/30/14-06/02/14
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 camaraderie rather than on competition. A couple of our high-quality lessons are enough to make a waltzer of you, and by then most people like it so much they come back over and over
 
CE0100  HLW1
6068
Improve Photography-10 Steps 0.00 8/20 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-08:30PM TH Bowman
Rieger,J
$50.00
04/03/14-04/17/14
This class will focus on giving tips about composition, lighting, framing, and practical advice on posing the subjects. Suitable for people with any type of camera and skills. Geared towards beginners, interested more in the practical and not technical aspect of photography. First night will be in the classroom, next class will be a photo walk at a time to be arranged and the final class will be in the classroom to go over the pictures from the photo walk. Taught by Slava Bowman of Slava Bowman Photography and Re-Discover Washington who uses her camera daily.
 
CE0100  IPSW1
Getting Paid to Talk 0.00 9/20 ECWA_E13 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-10:00PM TH Rieger,J $35.00
04/17/14-04/17/14
Have you ever been told that you have a great voice? This exciting class will explore numerous aspects of voice over work for television, film, radio, audio books, documentaries and the internet in your area. We will cover all the basics, including how to prepare the all - important demo, how to be successful and earn great income in this exciting field. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions and to hear examples of demos recorded by professional voice actors. Class participants will even have a chance to record a commercial script under the direction of a Voice Coach producer.
 
CE0100  IPSW2
Outsmart Your Smartphone-Andro 0.00 6/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-08:30PM TH Rieger,J $40.00
04/03/14-05/01/14
This class will teach tips and tricks to make using your Android phone easy, fun and rewarding. The Android phone is a versatile tool with a surprising number of applications (apps). This class will help you set up the default apps that come with the Android as well as the best apps that are free (or inexpensive) and most helpful and useful to you. Learn how to email, take a picture, use GPS, shoot video to store, send as email, or post online; get a Wi-Fi connection, and even watch movies or TV shows. Also learn how to save battery life and decrease frequency of charging.
 
CE0100  IPSW3
Outsmart your iPhone 0.00 5/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-09:00PM TH Rieger,J $40.00
02/06/14-02/27/14
This class will teach tips and tricks to make using your iPhone easy, fun and rewarding. The iPhone is a versatile tool with a surprising number of applications (apps). This class will help you set up the default apps that come with the iPhone as well as the best apps that are free (or inexpensive) and most helpful and useful to you. Learn how to email, take a picture, use GPS, shoot video to store, send as email, or post online; get a Wi-Fi connection, and even watch movies or TV shows. Also learn how to save battery life and decrease frequency of charging.
 
CE0100  ITU10
Photoshop 101 0.00 9/20 CC_121 Main Campus 06:00PM-09:00PM T Rieger,J $105.00
02/18/14-03/18/14
Course Description 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. We will teach you 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 using Photoshop. This class is geared for photographers, bloggers, designers, and creative people! It is recommended that you have a flash drive to save your work. Required textbook available for purchase in ECC bookstore.
 
CE0100  ITU11
Photoshop 102 0.00 4/20 CC_121 Main Campus 06:00PM-09:00PM T Rieger,J $105.00
04/01/14-04/29/14
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.
 
CE0100  ITU17
6603
Basic Computers for Seniors 0.00 7/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 09:30AM-11:30AM T Bennett,T
Rieger,J
$50.00
04/01/14-04/22/14
This class is the third in a sequence of classes to make using computers comfortable for family use. Students will learn how to: use the internet to search for information ("googling"), to save or to re-locate 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-attitude approach to put students at ease while learning to use a computer.
 
CE0100  ITU19
6605
Sharing Digital Photos/Senior 0.00 1/20 ECTC_111 East Central Training Center 10:00AM-12:00PM T Bennett,T
Rieger,J
$45.00
04/29/14-05/20/14
In this class you will learn how to: move photos from your digital camera to your computer, resize them for the internet, and share them for free in emails, Facebook or free photo-hosting websites, and free online classified ads (such as in Craigslist or RollaNet). You will even learn how to put them on a flash drive to view on someone else's computer! Instructor: Tom Bennett, senior citizen
 
CE0100  ITU20
Facebook for Seniors 0.00 1/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 08:00AM-10:00AM T Rieger,J $50.00
04/15/14-05/06/14
In this class you will learn how to: Set up an account, locate Facebook friends and family, post and comment on photos, minimize security and privacy concerns, and more. Prerequisite: a working skill in using the internet. Instructor: Tom Bennett, senior citizen
 
CE0100  ITU3
6543
Intro Computers/Seniors 0.00 13/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 09:30AM-10:30AM T Bennett,T
Rieger,J
$50.00
02/04/14-02/25/14
This class is for the true beginner, the first in a sequence of classes to make using computers comfortable for family use. Students will learn: how to use the mouse (or laptop pad) to control the computer, to create documents, basic techniques to avoid problems, 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.
 
CE0100  ITU9
6580
Interm Computers for Seniors 0.00 8/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 09:30AM-11:30AM T Bennett,T
Rieger,J
$50.00
03/04/14-03/25/14
Saving and Printing, and Computer Upkeep This class is the second in a sequence of classes to make using computers comfortable for family use. Students will learn how to: copy something from one place and paste it into another (to get something off the internet, correctly record email addresses, etc.), print something, save information to the computer for later use, and maintaining the computer. Senior citizen Tom Bennett continues the relaxed, fun-attitude approach to put students at ease while learning to use a computer. Class will meet during Spring Break
 
CE0100  ITU98
Fantastic Freebie Friday 0.00 14/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 09:30AM-11:00AM F Rieger,J
01/24/14-01/24/14
Need a quick introduction to computers? You'll learn how to log on, sign up for a free email account, and cruise 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; we are just trying to 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.
 
CE0100  ITU99
Fantastic Freebie Friday 0.00 14/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 09:30AM-11:00AM F Rieger,J
01/31/14-01/31/14
Need a quick introduction to computers? You'll learn how to log on, sign up for a free email account, and cruise 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; we are just trying to 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.
 
CE0100  ITW12
Creating Digital Photos 0.00 11/20 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 01:00PM-04:00PM TH Rieger,J $45.00
02/06/14-02/06/14
How many shoe boxes of pictures do you have? Do you still have those old negatives and don't know what to do with them? In this class you will learn about several techniques that will allow you to make your "collection" digital so that you can save your photo treasures to your computer. Bring along a few old pictures, slides and negatives so you can learn how easy it is to make them digital. A quick demonstration of placing your photos into a word processing program will be included so you can begin a digital scrapbook. A flash drive will be provided so you can take your digital pictures and project home.
 
CE0100  ITW13
6584
Intro to Microsoft Word 0.00 3/20 ECWA_E10 ECC-Washington 06:00PM-09:00PM W Gibbs,D
Rieger,J
$105.00
04/09/14-05/14/14
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.
 
CE0100  ITW18
6604
Intro to Excel 0.00 11/20 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 06:00PM-09:00PM W Gibbs,D
Rieger,J
$105.00
03/12/14-04/09/14
The capabilities of Excel 2013 will be introduced in this course. Through lectures, demonstrations, handouts, and hands-on experiences the students learn to define formulas, use commands and develop worksheets. Textbook available at the ECC Bookstore. Prerequisite: Intro to PC. Class will not meet during Spring break, March 26th.
 
CE0100  ITW21
What's on Your Computer 0.00 3/20 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 01:00PM-04:00PM T Rieger,J $40.00
02/04/14-02/04/14
Are you baffled by all those icons on your computer? What is an icon you ask? Well, then this class is for you. Learn about the free programs that you can find on your computer to make your life easier, keep your computer "clean" and shortcuts to help you manage your computer time.
 
CE0100  ITW7
6560
Intro to PC 0.00 8/20 ECWA_E10 ECC-Washington 06:00PM-09:00PM W Gibbs,D
Rieger,J
$105.00
02/05/14-03/05/14
Course Description If you don't know anything about computers, this is the course for you. The operating system, word processing file, 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.
 
CE0100  ITW9
6093
Facebook for Business 0.00 19/20 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 06:30PM-08:30PM W Bowman
Rieger,J
$30.00
03/12/14-03/19/14
The #1 reason small businesses don t use Facebook is they don t know where to start! The best growth opportunity for your business comes from people who have self-identified themselves as high quality prospects. This happens every minute of every day online. There are over 18 billion online searches daily in the United States& And well over half the population is involved in social networking! If your business is not represented within these opportunities& You are missing the biggest new business development tool that can be put to use with relatively minimal effort and little to no marketing budget! Instructor Slava Bowman
 
CE0100  KITU6
Cocinar Comida Mexicana 0.00 12/20 ECTC_109 Main Campus 06:00PM-09:00PM TH Rieger,J $35.00
05/15/14-05/15/14
Come learn how to cook authentic Mexican food. Chef Tony will teach you techniques he learned from his mama. Learn how to make tortillas, beans, rice and fajitas. Authentic Mexican dessert will be made, too. The class will be a mixture of hands-on and demonstration. Of course, dinner will be served made by you. For those with food allergies, please contact us with your concerns. Instructor Antonio Davila
 
CE0100  MBSU5
5976
Exploring Law of Attraction 0.00 6/20 BH_215 Main Campus 06:30PM-08:30PM W Bookout,B
Rieger,J
$40.00
02/05/14-02/26/14
Explore the Law of Attraction. What is the LOA? Is it real? How does it work? What is the history of the concept? Why should I care? A wide-ranging discussion format class will cover these and other aspects of the LOA. There will be practical exercises, sharing of experiences, and discussion of related topics from science, religion, and psychology. If your mind is open, this may be a life-changing experience.
 
CE0100  MBSU8
Tai Chi 0.00 11/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 01:30PM-02:30PM W Rieger,J $45.00
02/12/14-03/19/14
Course Description In this class you will 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 those who have trouble standing can participate in this class and experience healthy results.
 
CE0100  MBSU9
Tai Chi 0.00 10/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 01:30PM-02:30PM W Rieger,J $45.00
04/02/14-05/07/14
In this class you will 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 those who have trouble standing can participate in this class and experience healthy results.
 
CE0100  MUU10
Suzuki Violin Lessons 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $360.00
02/13/14-05/08/14
Students will need to provide their own rented violins. The instructor will help with sizing. For children ages 5 to 11 years old. Parental attendance will be required during lessons, as well as involvement in the home practice. Parents should expect to practice anywhere between 10 and 30 minutes daily with the children at home. Students will have to purchase Suzuki violin book 1, as well as the accompanying CD. Daily listening of the CD is required.
 
CE0100  MUU13
6424
Private Voice Lessons 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $300.00
02/01/14-05/20/14
Private instruction is the best way for anyone to learn how to sing. The one-on-one instruction means that students are given instruction that best suits how they as an individual learn. With private lessons a teacher can focus 100% of their attention on that one student to ensure that things such as tone, posture or understanding of a particular concept are correct. If a student has a particular difficulty in one area, the teacher can work on it without hampering the progress of a class and alternatively if a student is excelling in one area, the teacher can move on. Students will receive 14 half hour private lessons. Students will learn proper vocal techniques and how to sing a wide variety of music styles. And, more importantly, have fun!
 
CE0100  MUU5
5905
Guitar Lessons 0.00 3/20 ARRANGED Judd,J
Rieger,J
$150.00
02/01/14-05/16/14
This is a great opportunity for anyone who has ever wanted to take Guitar lessons. No matter what your age, students can get 10 private 30-minute lessons for an incredible price. Beginners as well as the experienced musician are welcome. Instruction will be by East Central College music majors coordinated by Dr. Jennifer Judd, and will be held on the Union campus.
 
CE0100  MUU6
6639
Guitar Lessons 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $180.00
02/01/04-05/16/14
This is a great opportunity for anyone who has 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. Taught by ECC faculty.
 
CE0100  MUU7
6640
Piano Lessons 0.00 4/20 ARRANGED Judd,J
Rieger,J
$150.00
02/01/14-05/16/14
This is a great opportunity for anyone who has ever wanted to take music lessons. Instruction will be available on a variety of musical instruments. No matter what age, students can receive 10 private 30-minute lessons for an incredible price. Beginners as well as experienced musicians are welcome. Instruction will be by East Central College Music Majors coordinated by Dr. Jennifer Judd, and will be held at the Union campus.
 
CE0100  MUU8
5909
Piano Lessons 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Judd,J
Rieger,J
$180.00
02/01/14-05/16/14
This is a great opportunity for anyone who has ever wanted to take music lessons. Instruction will be available on a variety of musical instruments. No matter what age, students can receive 10 private 30 minute lessons for an incredible price. Beginners as well as experienced musicians are welcome. Instruction will be by East Central College Music Majors coordinated by Dr. Jennifer Judd, and will be held at the Union campus. Fee for instruction by ECC faculty is $180. Call (636) 583-5195 ext. 2410 to arrange your lesson schedule now.
 
CE0100  OTHU2
MO Notary Public Workshop 0.00 3/20 ECTC_111 Main Campus 06:00PM-09:00PM M Rieger,J $30.00
05/05/14-05/05/14
This one night seminar will prepare participants to become a Missouri Notary Public. It is easy to do. Our instructor will walk students through every step, discussing the laws, fees, insurance, valid identification, journal requirements, and more. Participants will take the state exam and complete the state application as a part of the workshop.
 
CE0100  OTHW1
Y Literacy New Tutor Training 0.00 13/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 09:00AM-03:00PM F Rieger,J
01/24/14-01/24/14
Learn to effectively teach literacy skills. This workshop will include hands-on experiences using various strategies to teach reading, writing, speaking, and listening to English. You will be introduced to materials to teach phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, comprehension, and fluency. You will also learn to set goals with your student, put together a lesson plan, and structure safe and effective tutoring sessions. No teaching experience is necessary. The class is open to the public and is required for those interested in serving as a Y Literacy Council Tutor for adults who want to improve their literacy skills. Participation in the class in no way requires you to become a literacy tutor. The cost is underwritten by the Four Rivers YMCA. Participants should bring a sack lunch. Instructors: Anne Schneider and Diane Schwab
 
CE0100  WEB
Independent Study Online 0.00 0/20 ARR Web On-Line ARR Rieger,J $68.00
01/03/14-05/15/14
CE0100  WEB1
Independent Study-Ed2go 0.00 19/20 ARR Web On-Line ARR Rieger,J $89.00
CE0100  WEB2
Independent Study-Ed2Go 2 0.00 0/20 ARR Web On-Line ARR Rieger,J $89.00
01/03/14-05/15/14
CE0100  WEB3
Independent Study-Ed2Go 3 0.00 0/20 ARR Web On-Line ARR Rieger,J $89.00
01/03/14-05/15/14
CE0200  CMT
3276
Insulin Administration 0.00 10/20 TBA_TBA 11:00AM-03:00PM M STAFF $50.00
Course Description: This one session seminar will present information on diabetes as it relates to symptoms and treatment and will teach skills in insulin administration in order to qualify students 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. This class is for Missouri Certified Medication Technicians only.
 
CE0200  CMTU1
6279
Math Review (CMT) 0.00 7/10 ECTC_112 Main Campus 01:00PM-04:00PM MWF Eagan,M
Rieger,J
02/03/14-02/14/14
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.
 
CE0200  CMTU2
Certified Medication Tech 0.00 6/10 ECTC_109 Main Campus 08:00AM-02:30PM MTH Warmack,T $750.00
02/17/14-03/31/14
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 6 months. In addition to the classroom work the student will experience 8-16 hours of job shadowing with a licensed RN, LPN, or CMT 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 to eligible students. Students must be employed in a long-term care facility in ECC's service region. Entry into program must be approved by Program Coordinator.
 
CE0200  CMTU3
6517
Certified Medication Tech 0.00 5/10 ECTC_109 Main Campus 01:00PM-05:00PM T Warmack,T $750.00
04/21/14-06/05/14
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 6 months. In addition to the classroom work the student will experience 8-16 hours of job shadowing with a licensed RN, LPN, or CMT 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 to eligible students. Students must be employed in a long-term care facility in ECC's service region. Entry into program must be approved by Program Coordinator.
 
CE0200  CMTU4
Math Review 0.00 5/10 ECTC_112 Main Campus 01:00PM-04:00PM MWF Warmack,T
04/07/14-04/16/14
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.
 
CE0200  CNA02
CNA Challenge 0.00 1/20 ARRANGED Warmack,T $125.00
01/13/14-05/07/14
Individuals who meet special criteria 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. Individuals must have approval from Dept of Health and Senior Services and register with ECC Center for Workforce Development. Student must complete CWD Information packet.
 
CE0200  CNAU
Hybrid Certified Nursing Asst 0.00 19/20 HS_138 Main Campus 08:00AM-02:30PM F Rieger,J
Warmack,T
$1525.00
02/14/14-05/02/14
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 36 hours of classroom training, approximately 39 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 Nursing 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 program must be approved by Program Coordinator.
 
CE0200  CNAU2
Hybrid Certified Nursing Asst 0.00 17/25 HS_138 Main Campus 08:00AM-02:30PM S Warmack,T $1525.00
04/26/14-08/02/14
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 36 hours of classroom training, approximately 39 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 Nursing 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 program must be approved by Program Coordinator.
 
CE0200  CNAU3
Certified Nursing Assistant 0.00 2/25 HS_138 Main Campus 08:00AM-02:00PM F Warmack,T $750.00
04/04/14-08/01/14
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 75 hours classroom training 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 program must be approved by Program Coordinator.
 
CE0200  HSA2
B&I Workplace Violence Aware 0.00 0/20 WARR_WARR 08:30AM-12:00PM W Bellis,R
Rieger,J
$145.00
03/12/14-03/12/14
This interactive seminar is designed to bring awareness to growing trends of violence in America's workplaces today. We 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. Pre-established programs and crisis planning can significantly reduce liability of employers, while significantly improving the response of emergency services. Suggested Audience: Human Resources, Employers, Supervisors, and Safety/Security Coordinators Location: Warrenton: Fire House #2
 
CE0200  HSO2
Workplace Violence Awareness 0.00 0/20 CK_COUNTRY 08:30AM-12:00PM M Rieger,J $145.00
05/12/14-05/12/14
NOTE: 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. Pre-established programs and crisis planning can significantly reduce liability of employers, while significantly improving the response of emergency services. Course will take place at Country Kitchen Suggested Audience: Human Resources, Employers, Supervisors, and Safety/Security Coordinators Instructor: Threat Assessment Consultants LLC
 
CE0200  HSO4
B&i Intruder Awareness & Repon 0.00 0/20 ARRANGED Bellis,R
Rieger,J
05/27/14-05/27/14
This interactive training program is intended to provide a foundation for employers and supervisors in understanding the preparation needed to survive an active shooter event in the workplace. The seminar will discuss the need to assess information as it received to prevent escalating violence in the workplace. We will discuss the mindset of active killers and triggering mechanisms that influence their decisions to kill. Survival techniques will be taught to improve the attendees' chances of surviving an active killer situation. Suggested Audience: Employers, Supervisors, Employees, Human Resources, Training Coordinators, Safety/Security Coordinators Suggested Prerequisite: "Workplace Violence Awareness"
 
CE0200  HSU2
B&I TAC Workplace Violence 0.00 7/25 ECTC_109 Main Campus 08:30AM-12:00PM W Bellis
Rieger,J
$145.00
02/12/14-02/12/14
This interactive seminar is designed to bring awareness to growing trends of violence in America's workplaces today. We 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. Pre-established programs and crisis planning can significantly reduce liability of employers, while significantly improving the response of emergency services. Suggested Audience: Human Resources, Employers, Supervisors, and Safety/Security Coordinators
 
CE0200  HSU20
OSHA 30 Hr General Industry 0.00 1/25 TBA_TBA Main Campus 08:00AM-04:30PM MTWTH Bellis,R $225.00
04/21/14-04/25/14
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. Students will receive an OSHA card after completion of the course which is valid nationwide. Learning Objectives . Introduction to OSHA and OSH Act . Implement the purpose of OSH Act and list out OSHA functions . Understand employees and employers' rights and responsibility under OSH Act . Maintenance and requirements of proper aisle and passageway . Identification and protection of Floor opening guidelines . Egress fire protection program . Safety means of Egress . General safety requirements standards . Special equipment purpose guidelines and requirements Instructor:: The Training Resource Group
 
CE0200  HSU5
First Aid, CPR & AED 0.00 4/25 HS_130 Main Campus 08:00AM-03:00PM W Bellis
Fitts,T
Rieger,J
$75.00
03/12/14-03/12/14
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.
 
CE0200  HSU7
B&I First Aid, CPR, AED 0.00 2/25 HS_130 Main Campus 08:00AM-03:00PM W Bellis
Fitts,T
Rieger,J
$75.00
05/14/14-05/14/14
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.
 
CE0200  HSU8
Pediatric First Aid, CPR, AED 0.00 2/25 HS_130 Main Campus 08:00AM-03:00PM W Bellis,R
Fitts,T
$75.00
04/23/14-04/23/14
The Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid, CPR, and Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) course is designed to meet the regulatory requirements for child care workers in all 50 United States. The program teaches child care providers and others to respond to and manage illnesses and injuries in a child or infant in the first few minutes until professional help arrives. Also covered are the four steps of first aid and first aid skills such as finding the problem, stopping bleeding, bandaging and using an Epinephrine pen, as well as child CPR AED, and infant CPR. Registration is required one week prior to the course start date. No admittance is permitted after stated start time.
 
CE0200  HSW1
B&I TAC Armed Intruder Event 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 08:30AM-12:00PM T Bellis
Rieger,J
$145.00
04/01/14-04/01/14
This seminar will explore the global history of active shooters and what society has learned from these events. We will discuss the mental instability of active shooters and the relationship of that mindset to the survival mentality of the victims involved. Interactive training will aid in understanding limitations and abilities of participants. A discussion of mental and physical preparedness will assist the attendee in preparing for an active shooter event; while comprehending the affects of stress on our bodies and minds. Suggested Audience: Employees, Supervisors, Management, Public
 
CE0200  HSW2
B&I TAC Workplace Violence 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 08:30AM-12:00PM W Bellis
Rieger,J
$145.00
04/09/14-04/09/14
This interactive seminar is designed to bring awareness to growing trends of violence in America's workplaces today. We 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. Pre-established programs and crisis planning can significantly reduce liability of employers, while significantly improving the response of emergency services. Suggested Audience: Human Resources, Employers, Supervisors, and Safety/Security Coordinators Instructor: Threat Assessment Consultants LLC
 
CE0200  HSW3
B&I TAC Active Shooter Event 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 08:30AM-12:00PM T Bellis
Rieger,J
$145.00
04/15/14-04/15/14
This direct and open discussion of what is occurring during an active shooter event is intended to prepare the audience for functionality during a time of need and survival. Understanding what is occurring is essential to preparing the audience for success during a time of crisis. Mental and physical preparedness techniques for first responders, school faculty, and supervisory personnel will be discussed. An in-depth discussion of understanding the immediate need for action to stop the on-going loss of life. Suggested Audience: Supervisors, Executives, Teachers, School Administration, School Staff, Medical Personnel, and First Responders Suggested Prerequisite: "Surviving an Armed Intruder Event"
 
CE0200  HSW4
B&I TAC Intruder Awareness 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 08:30AM-12:00PM W Bellis
Rieger,J
$145.00
04/23/14-04/23/14
This interactive training program is intended to provide a foundation for employers and supervisors in understanding the preparation needed to survive an active shooter event in the workplace. The seminar will discuss the need to assess information as it received to prevent escalating violence in the workplace. We will discuss the mindset of active killers and triggering mechanisms that influence their decisions to kill. Survival techniques will be taught to improve the attendees' chances of surviving an active killer situation. Suggested Audience: Employers, Supervisors, Employees, Human Resources, Training Coordinators, Safety/Security Coordinators Suggested Prerequisite: "Workplace Violence Awareness"
 
CE0200  ITU1
6479
B&i Customer Relationship Mgmt 0.00 0/20 ECTC_109 Main Campus 08:30AM-12:00PM W Bellis
Rieger,J
$99.00
03/19/14-03/19/14
CRM - What is it? How can it help me? How do I get started? Many businesses and non profit organizations struggle with managing all the information they need about their customers, clients, programs, donors, volunteers, employees you name it. The majority of this information comes from multiple sources and systems that, more often than not, do not communicate with each other. The challenge rests in attempting to consolidate all this information - learn from it, report on it and use it to improve services, increase revenues and deliver a better customer experience. If you resonate with this, then this workshop is for you. During this 3.5 hour session we will walk through what CRM (Customer/Constituent Relationship Management) is, how it can help you address your challenges, and the steps your organization should take to prepare for implementing a CRM strategy. Instructor: Joshua Aranda
 
CE0200  ITU2
B&I Quickbooks Pro 2011 L1 0.00 13/25 ECTC_111 Main Campus 06:00PM-08:00PM T Bellis
Rieger,J
$160.00
02/25/14-03/25/14
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. Those entering the class must have prior computer knowledge. This beginning course will cover many aspects of the program including creating a company, working with vendors and customers, banking, and customizing. Audience: Students must have computer experience. Instructor: David Runde
 
CE0200  ITU51
B&I Excel Intro Skills 0.00 4/25 ECTC_111 Main Campus 03:30PM-05:30PM MTH Bellis
Rieger,J
$145.00
03/31/14-04/24/14
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. The course book, "Microsoft Excel 2013: Introductory Skills" should be purchased before first class. Instructor: Darrell Risley
 
CE0200  ITW1
B&I Migrating Excel to Access 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 08:30AM-12:00PM TH Bellis
Rieger,J
$55.00
05/01/14-05/01/14
Has your company out grown your Excel Spreadsheets? Or do you need more reporting or analyzing abilities than your current Excel spreadsheets easily provide? Maybe it's time to consider moving your Excel spreadsheets to an Access database. Microsoft Access is a program that is designed to handle larger amounts of data and make reports easier to generate. By migrating your Excel spreadsheets to Access you can also reduce the amount of duplicated data and data upkeep costs by having your data in one place. In this class you will learn how to tell if your Excel spreadsheets need help and how Access can give you the answers you need for your business decisions quickly, accurately and efficiently, utilizing your existing Excel spreadsheets. You will also learn how to design an efficient Access database that will simplify collection of data, querying your data and generating the custom reports you need. Instructor: Darrell Risely
 
CE0200  ITW2
B&I Excel Topic: Multi wrkbks 0.00 0/20 ECWA_ARR ECC-Washington 08:30AM-11:30AM W Bellis
Rieger,J
$65.00
05/07/14-05/07/14
Continue to expand your Excel expertise while studying a specific skill area. During this one session workshop, you will work through sorting worksheet data, using views, using and printing multiple worksheets, linking cells and formulas, using 3-D cell references, copying worksheets, and printing multiple-sheet workbooks. Instructor: Darrell Risley
 
CE0200  ITW52
B&I Excel Topic: Adv. Fctns 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 08:30AM-11:30AM W Bellis
Rieger,J
$45.00
04/02/14-04/02/14
Continue to expand your Excel expertise while studying a specific skill area. During this one session workshop, you will work through creating formulas using criteria IF functions, using logical functions in formulas, using functions to format text, creating financial functions, and using data analysis tools. Instructor: Darrell Risley
 
CE0200  ITW53
B&I Excel Topic: Formatting 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 08:30AM-11:30AM W Bellis
Rieger,J
$45.00
04/09/14-04/09/14
Continue to expand your Excel expertise while studying a specific skill area. During this one session workshop, you will work through formatting worksheets, using alignment and indent features, using text control options, formatting numbers, applying borders and fills to cells, and using the find and replace commands. Instructor: Darrell Risley
 
CE0200  ITW54
B&I Excel Topic: Adv Formats 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 08:30AM-11:30AM W Bellis
Rieger,J
$45.00
04/16/14-04/16/14
Continue to expand your Excel expertise while studying a specific skill rea. During this one session workshop, you will work through format painter, quick styles, formatting with themes, inserting date functions and formatting, custom formatting, conditional formatting, and naming cells and ranges. Instructor: Darrel Risley
 
CE0200  ITW55
B&I Excel Topic: Formulas 0.00 0/20 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 08:30AM-11:30AM W Bellis
Rieger,J
$45.00
04/23/14-04/23/14
Continue to expand your Excel expertise while studying a specific skill area. During this one session workshop, you will work through creating formulas, using cell references, meaning of functions, application of logic, and using data analysis tools. Instructor: Darrel Risley
 
CE0200  ITW56
B&I Excel Topic: Lookup fctns 0.00 3/20 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 08:30AM-11:30AM W Bellis
Rieger,J
$45.00
04/30/14-04/30/14
Continue to expand your Excel expertise while studying a specific skill area. During this one session 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  LDA6
B&I Power of Empl Engagement 0.00 7/20 QUAL_COACH ECC-Washington 08:30AM-12:00PM T Rieger,J $160.00
02/04/14-02/04/14
Learn the secrets of earning your employees' discretionary efforts. An organization's productivity and profits are the result of engaged employees. According to research, 29% of the U.S. workforce is actively engaged in their work, which means they enjoy their work and are consistently positive and productive. 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.
 
CE0200  LDRK9
B&I QC Work/Life Balance 0.00 0/20 UMR_UMR ECC-Rolla 08:30AM-12:00PM W Rieger,J $160.00
04/16/14-04/16/14
Balancing demands of our work and personal lives can be a real challenge. We only have so much time and energy. Our bodies and minds get tired, resulting in decreased performance and variety of mental and physical health challenges. Worn down employees struggling to produce, despite their burned out condition, diminish company profits. Their decreased productivity is often a huge hidden opportunity cost. Employee health problems are also very expensive for companies. This highly interactive, holistic, wellness-focused workshop is designed to help individuals achieve their highest levels of productivity, physical health and mental happiness. This course will be help in 403 Conference room in the Business & Technology Building at Missouri S&T.
 
CE0200  LDRS9
5936
B&I QC Work/Life Balance 0.00 0/20 SAC_SAC2 ECC-Sullivan 08:30AM-12:00PM T Rieger,J $160.00
04/15/14-04/15/14
Balancing demands of our work and personal lives can be a real challenge. We only have so much time and energy. Our bodies and minds get tired, resulting in decreased performance and variety of mental and physical health challenges. Worn down employees struggling to produce, despite their burned out condition, diminish company profits. Their decreased productivity is often a huge hidden opportunity cost. Employee health problems are also very expensive for companies. This highly interactive, holistic, wellness-focused workshop is designed to help individuals achieve their highest levels of productivity, physical health and mental happiness.
 
CE0200  LDRW9
B&I QC Work/Life Balance 0.00 1/20 QUAL_COACH ECC-Washington 08:30AM-12:00PM TH Rieger,J $160.00
04/17/14-04/17/14
CE0200  LDS7
5914
B&I Constructive Discipline 0.00 8/20 SAC_SAC2 ECC-Sullivan 08:30AM-12:00PM T Rieger,J $160.00
02/18/14-02/18/14
If employees are our most important asset, how can we implement and consistently apply a constructive discipline process that helps ensure employees continue to appreciate in value? If that proves impossible, because employees de-select themselves from continuing to be a part of our team, how do we minimize collateral damage and risk exposure? Designed and led by an HR professional with over 3 decades of experience, this workshop provides HR managers, and other managers / supervisors with practical information, insights and tools to answer these challenging questions about employee discipline.
 
CE0200  LDW10
B&I QC Lean Leadership 0.00 0/20 QUAL_COACH ECC-Washington 08:30AM-12:00PM W Rieger,J $295.00
04/23/14-04/23/14
What company or organization today is not focused on taking the waste out of their operation? As a manager, we have a critical role in helping to identify areas of waste in our processes. We and our employees are the closest to the action, and we are in a position to see things that others might not be able to detect. Train your leadership eye for leaner, more efficient processes and set a great example for those who look to you for leadership. This workshop is co-facilitated by a Six Sigma Black Belt, joined by a seasoned business coach, to explore both the technical and essential people skills sides of Lean Leadership.
 
CE0200  LDW11
B&I QC Performance Coaching 0.00 1/20 WAS_QUALCOAC ECC-Washington 08:30AM-12:00PM T Rieger,J $695.00
04/15/14-05/20/14
Skilled coaches consistently bring out the best in individuals as well as teams. Performance coaches are an asset to any organization. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn practical performance coaching strategies and develop your own coaching competencies. Seasoned business coaches provide insight into real world challenges and provide practical coaching tools and strategies. Coaching Clinic includes leadership assessments. Invest 3.5 hours for 6 consecutive weeks and earn a Performance Coaching Certification.
 
CE0500  SAFU1
Advanced Cardiac Life Support 0.00 2/30 ARRANGED Rieger,J $55.00
02/01/14-05/16/14
This is a two-part, self-paced method to complete the American Heart Association's ACLS Recertification. Part 1 is an online case-based approach for Advanced Cardiac Life Support (purchased separately). Upon completion, students print a certificate which allows them to complete Part 2 - a hands-on skills review and check off. Upon completion of both parts, students will receive an ACLS card good for two years. This continuing education activity is certified for physicians, physician assistants, nurses, pharmacists and paramedics. ACLS
 
CE0500  SAFU3
5980
Pediatric Adv. Life Support 0.00 0/30 ARRANGED Fitts,T
Rieger,J
$75.00
02/01/14-05/16/14
This is a two-part, self-paced method to complete the American Heart Association's PALS Recertification. Part 1 is an online case-based approach for Pediatric Advanced Life Support (purchased separately). Upon completion, you can print a certificate which allows you to complete Part 2, a hands-on skills review and check off. Upon completion of both parts, you will receive a PALS card good for two years. This continuing education activity is certified for physicians, physician assistants, nurses, pharmacists and paramedics.
 
MU0100  CA
6301
Choral Assoc Continuing Ed 0.00 35/50 AC_118 Main Campus 07:00PM-09:00PM M Sexton,T $25.00
A performance course open to all students and community members who have had previous choral or music experience. The purpose of the ECC Choral Association is to prepare the large choral work for performance along with the ECC College Choir and an area symphony during the Spring Semester of each academic year. The goal of the choir is to promote singing in the college and the community through the performance of quality choral repertoire and proper vocal technique. Meets 7:00-9:00 pm Monday
 
MU0100  CB
6295
College Band Cont. Ed 0.00 3/50 AC_116 Main Campus 02:45PM-03:45PM TTH Bounds,A
AC_116 Main Campus 05:00PM-07:00PM M
This is for non-credit students who wishes to play in band performances which explores a wide range of original and transcribed work. Main Campus 2:45-3:45 pm TTH and 5:00-7:00 pm on M.
 
MU0100  CC
6292
ECC Children's Chorale-ContEd 0.00 30/50 AC_118 Main Campus 04:00PM-05:30PM M Sexton,T $60.00
The East Central Children's Chorale is a community Treble Choir for children in grades 4-8. The choir is sponsored by the East Central College department of music. The mission of the Children's Chorale is to promote musical literacy through high quality music education and to demonstrate this learning through the achievement of artistic excellence in performance.
 
MU0100  CS
6303
Community String Ensem-ConEd 0.00 1/50 ARRANGED Ramos,C $70.00
This is a string ensemble course specifically for students younger than college age. Arranged.
 
MU0100  ECCA
6294
EC Choral Assoc-Cont.Ed 0.00 2/50 AC_118 Main Campus 07:00PM-09:00PM M Sexton,T $25.00
This performance ensemble is open to all singers (students and community members) and is under the direction of Dr. Tim Sexton.
 
MU0100  JB
6297
Jazz Band Continuing Ed 0.00 5/50 AC_116 Main Campus 03:00PM-04:00PM M Bounds,A
AC_116 Main Campus 04:00PM-05:00PM TH
Jazz Band is a student audition only performing ensemble that prepares and presents concerts specifically of the Big Band style. This is a student only ensemble that performs regularly for every concert as well as two off campus concerts per semester. Prerequisite: None. Meets 3:00-4:00 pm Monday and 4:00-5:00 pm TTH
 
MU0100  JC
6300
Jazz Combo Continuing Ed 0.00 2/50 AC_116 Main Campus 10:30AM-11:45AM TTH Bounds,A
Small jazz ensemble that is open to all students as well as community members and will focus more on Jazz Soloists. The Jazz Combo is a studio band which prepares and presents concerts, while dealing primarily with music of the jazz idiom. Open by the consent of the director. Meets 10:30-11:45 AM TTH
 
 
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