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Continuing Education: Summer 2011
Continuing Education : Summer 2011

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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

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CE0100  ACT20
9369
ACT Cambridge Review 0.00 4/20 ECTC_112 East Central Training Center 09:00AM-01:00PM S Breeden,D
Whalen,A
$200.00
07/09/11-08/20/11
Need to improve your ACT score? This course covers all subjects on the ACT exam using a complete preparation of materials developed by Cambridge Education Services. Tips and Techniques for testing well will also be covered. The fee includes instruction and required textbook. All participants must bring a calculator, several #2 pencils and a sharpener. Space is limited. For more information or to register, please call (636) 584-6530.

Senior Citizen
CE0100  SSC01
9226
Intro to Computers for Seniors 0.00 9/16 SAC_LAB Southwest Area Center 12:30PM-02:30PM M Bennett,T
Witte,S
$45.00
06/06/11-06/27/11
This is a class for the true beginner! With a lot of hands-on practice, students will learn computer basics the fun way! Instruction includes computer terminology, as well as how to use the mouse and keyboard, create letters, and store information for later use. Price includes textbook. Instructor: Tom Bennett. FEES DUE PRIOR TO START OF THE CLASS.

CE0100  U44
9298
Pediatric First Aid/CPR 0.00 10/12 HS_130 Main Campus 08:00AM-05:00PM S Fitts,T
Witte,S
07/09/11-07/09/11
This class is for students enrolled in ED 1153 only.
CE0100  U45
9299
Pediatric First Aid/CPR 0.00 0/12 HS_130 Main Campus 08:00AM-05:00PM S Fitts,T
Witte,S
07/16/11-07/16/11
This class is for students enrolled in ED 1153 only.

Health & Fitness
CE0100  UHF01
9219
ECC Fitness Center Membership 0.00 1/20 ARRANGED Mehrhoff,J
Witte,S
$60.00
This continuing education class provides an individual with semester membership to the East Cent ral College Fitness Center at 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. Fitness Center hours are: 8:00 ? 3:30 Mondays & Thursdays; 9:00 am ? 6:00 pm Tuesdays and Wednesdays; and closed on Friday. FEES DUE PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.
CE0100  UHF02
9705
Tae Kwon Do 0.00 4/20 UN_PARKS 06:00PM-08:00PM M Baumann,C
Witte,S
$75.00
04/11/11-06/20/11
This class will teach participants the Korean martial art which uses the hands and feet to develop balance, speed, agility, strength and rhythm, offering both a physical and mental challenge. Self-defense is an integral part of this course. Participants should bring a water bottle and towel. Dress should be comfortable. Please wear athletic shoes. Instructor: Cheryl Baumann, certified 6th dan-black belt. FEES ARE DUE PRIOR TO START OF THE CLASS.
CE0100  UHF03
9720
Tae Kwon Do 0.00 0/20 UN_PARKS 06:00PM-08:00PM M Baumann,C
Witte,S
$75.00
07/11/11-08/29/11
This class will teach participants the Korean martial art which uses the hands and feet to develop balance, speed, agility, strength and rhythm, offering both a physical and mental challenge. Self-defense is an integral part of this course. Participants should bring a water bottle and towel. Dress should be comfortable. Please wear athletic shoes. Instructor: Cheryl Baumann, certified 6th dan-black belt. FEES ARE DUE PRIOR TO START OF THE CLASS.
CE0100  UHF04
9294
Jr. Tae Kwon Do 0.00 4/20 UN_PARKS 06:00PM-07:00PM M Witte,S $50.00
04/11/11-06/20/11
Participants will learn self esteem, teamwork, self control, and self defense. This class will prepare students to handle everyday situations, such as dealing with conflicts and bullies. For ages 4 ? 6 years old. FEES DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION.
CE0100  UHF05
6286
Jr. Tae Twon Do 0.00 1/20 UN_PARKS 06:00PM-07:00PM M Witte,S $50.00
07/11/11-08/29/11
Participants will learn self esteem, teamwork, self control, and self defense. This class will prepare students to handle everyday situations, such as dealing with conflicts and bullies. For ages 4 ? 6 years old. FEES DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION.
CE0100  UHF06
9385
Fitness Cntr Membership/Senior 0.00 0/20 MP_310 Main Campus 08:00AM-06:00PM MTWTH Mehrhoff,J
Witte,S
$35.00
This continuing education class provides seniors (60 and over) with semester membership to the East Central College Fitness Center at the main campus in Union. Members will be introduced to a comprehensive fitness program focusing on improving the basic components of physical fitness. Classes are arranged. Fitness Center hours are: 8:00 ? 3:30 Mondays & Thursdays; 9:00 am ? 6:00 pm Tuesdays and Wednesdays; and closed on Friday.
CE0100  UHF25
9355
Zumba 0.00 (5)  3/30 MP_GYM Main Campus 04:45PM-05:45PM MW Witte,S $45.00
Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a fitness program that will blow you away. Have a blast in one hour of calorie-burning, body-energizing, awe-inspiring movements! The routines feature interval sessions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Add some Latin flavor and international zest into the mix and you've got Zumba!

Music
CE0100  UMU01
9223
Piano Lessons 0.00 4/20 ARR_ARR Main Campus 08:00AM-07:00PM MTWTH Judd,J
Witte,S
$150.00
06/06/11-08/12/11
This is a great opportunity for anyone who has ever wanted to take music lessons. 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 6528 to arrange a lesson schedule now. FEES DUE PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.
CE0100  UMU02
9240
Piano Lessons by ECC Faculty 0.00 1/10 ARRANGED Witte,S $180.00
06/06/11-08/11/11
CE0100  UMU03
9275
Violin Lessons 0.00 0/10 ARR_ARR Main Campus 08:00AM-08:00PM MTWTH Witte,S $150.00
06/06/11-08/12/11
This is a great opportunity for anyone who has ever wanted to take music lessons. 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 6528 to arrange a lesson schedule now. FEES DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION.
CE0100  UMU04
9278
Private Voice Lessons 0.00 1/10 ARR_ARR Main Campus 08:00AM-08:00PM MTWTH Witte,S $119.00
This is a great opportunity for anyone who has ever wanted to take music lessons. 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 6528 to arrange a lesson schedule now. FEES DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION.
CE0100  UMU05
9331
Private Voice Lessons/1 Hour 0.00 1/10 ARR_ARR Main Campus 08:00AM-08:00PM MTWTH Witte,S $238.00
Students receive 7 private lessons lasting one hour. Students will learn proper vocal techniques and how to sing a wide variety of music styles. Taught by Patty Tavener. FEES DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION.

Senior Citizen
CE0100  USC01
9225
Intro to Computers for Seniors 0.00 FULL ECTC_110 East Central Training Center 08:30AM-10:30AM M Bennett,T
Witte,S
$45.00
ECTC_111 East Central Training Center 08:30AM-10:30AM M
06/06/11-06/27/11
This is a class for the true beginner! With a lot of hands-on practice, students will learn computer basics the fun way! Instruction includes computer terminology, as well as how to use the mouse and keyboard, create letters, and store information for later use. Price includes textbook. Instructor: Tom Bennett. FEES DUE PRIOR TO START OF THE CLASS.
CE0100  USC02
9227
Interm Computers for Seniors 0.00 8/16 ECTC_111 East Central Training Center 08:00AM-10:30AM M Bennett,T
Witte,S
$45.00
07/11/11-07/25/11
A class for those wanting to know more! This class is the continuation to Introduction to Computers for Seniors. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of how easy it is to use a personal computer. Students will revisit and delve deeper into some familiar topics as well as exploring new components. This class will emphasize hands on exercises designed to make participants more comfortable with using the computer. Prerequisite: Introduction to Computers for Seniors. Price includes textbook. Instructor: Tom Bennett. FEES DUE PRIOR TO START OF CLASS.
CE0100  USC03
9731
Tai Chi for Seniors 0.00 6/15 UN_PARKS 01:30PM-02:20PM W Schulte
Witte,S
$30.00
06/08/11-07/13/11
In this class participants 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. Taught by Sue Schulte, D.Sc., CPT FEES ARE DUE PRIOR TO START OF THE CLASS.

CE0200  UPD01
6315
Substitute Teacher Workshop 0.00 5/25 MP_203 Main Campus 06:00PM-09:00PM TH Witte,S $60.00
08/11/11-08/11/11
Regardless of whether or not participants are certified to teach, they can become an expert in substitute teaching. This workshop is designed to give participants techniques, skills, and materials to be more effective in the classroom. Topics to be covered include legal aspects of substituting, basic school information, classroom management, teaching strategies, fillers, and much more. FEES DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION.
CE0600  R22
9398
Dissecting a Frog 0.00 5/15 RTC_108 Rolla Campus 09:00AM-12:00PM F Havens,S
Rusco,T
Witte,S
$30.00
07/22/11-07/22/11
Future veterinarians and doctors get a head start on anatomy! Learn about the external and internal features of a frog through dissection. You will learn proper dissection techniques, how to identify important organs, and the role of frogs in the environment. Taught by Taught by Tracy Rusco and Sarah Havens.
CE0600  R34
9382
Cake Decorating 0.00 0/15 RTC_139 Rolla Campus 09:00AM-12:00PM W Witte,S $65.00
06/16/11-06/16/11
Campers will have fun learning the basics of decorating birthday and special occasion cakes with the Chef. The Chef will supply the baked cakes and the frosting for campers to decorate their delectable desserts. Campers will receive a cake decorating kit. Each participant will take home a beautiful cake on a reusable cake board.
CE0600  U03
9325
Be a Rocket Scientiest! 0.00 5/24 ECTC_114 East Central Training Center 09:00AM-03:30PM WTHF Breeden,D $200.00
07/20/11-07/22/11
Blast to the top of the class with an in depth look at all things ROCKET! This action packed 3-day camp will focus on the physics of rocket flight, the parts of a rocket and rocket launches. You will experience every aspect of rocket launching as you construct a different rocket each day: paper rocket (lots of them), water rockets (yes, you will get wet) and a real scaled down version of a NASA rocket that you take home. We will even use the NASA Rockets to launch some of our paper airplanes. Each day includes a ?50 years of NASA Space Exploration? video presentation prior to rocket construction. Prepare for launch and send your rockets into the sky. Contests each day for a chance to win a cool prize! Please bring a sack lunch for each day and a change of clothing for Day 2?s water rocket launch. Price includes all rocket materials and prizes. For information or to enroll, call Debby at (636) 584-6530.
CE0600  U04
9327
Baseball Camp 0.00 15/25 BASE_FIELD Main Campus 09:00AM-04:00PM S Seamon
Witte,S
$50.00
06/03/11-06/03/11
Camp instructor, Bill Seamon, retired baseball coach from Owensville High School, has been conducting camps for 30 years. He has been inducted into the Missouri High School Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame and currently serves on the executive committee of the National High School Baseball Coaches Association. As a coach and official, he received a Distinguished Service Award from the Missouri State High School Activities Association for his dedication to young athletes. His goal at this camp is to develop baseball skills: hitting, fielding, throwing, base running, position work, and a greater appreciation for the game of baseball. Campers need to bring a sack lunch, water jug, cap, glove, bat, batting glove, and tennis shoes.
CE0600  U05
9328
Basketball Camp 0.00 FULL MP_GYM Main Campus 09:30AM-11:30AM MTWTH Witte,S $65.00
06/20/11-06/23/11
This skill-development camp is designed to teach basketball fundamentals to boys and girls entering second through tenth grade. Each participant will receive expert instruction on basketball fundamentals (shooting, ball-handling, passing, rebounding, defense, and team concepts). All campers will also receive a progress report, awards, and basketball improvement tips. Enrollment is limited, so please register early.
CE0600  U24
9334
Am Red Cross Babysitter Trng 0.00 FULL ECTC_109 East Central Training Center 08:30AM-03:30PM W Witte,S $65.00
06/15/11-06/15/11
For ages 11-15. The American Red Cross has just revised its popular Babysitter?s Training and has classes available for young adults looking for ways to earn extra money this summer. This class is great for developing leadership skills and students gain the confidence to make smart decisions while babysitting. The American Red Cross Babysitter?s Training provides young adults who plan to babysit the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care to infants and children under their watch. The course is fun and fast-paced with hands-on activities, an exciting video, role-plays, and lively discussions. Participants will receive a take home handbook and a certificate for completing the course. Participants should bring a sack lunch.
CE0600  U25
9335
Am Red Cross Babysitter Trng 0.00 7/12 ECTC_109 East Central Training Center 08:30AM-03:30PM W Witte,S $65.00
07/13/11-07/13/11
For ages 11-15. The American Red Cross has just revised its popular Babysitter?s Training and has classes available for young adults looking for ways to earn extra money this summer. This class is great for developing leadership skills and students gain the confidence to make smart decisions while babysitting. The American Red Cross Babysitter?s Training provides young adults who plan to babysit the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care to infants and children under their watch. The course is fun and fast-paced with hands-on activities, an exciting video, role-plays, and lively discussions. Participants will receive a take home handbook and a certificate for completing the course. Participants should bring a sack lunch.
CE0600  U34
9339
Cake Decorating 0.00 12/20 ECTC_KIT East Central Training Center 09:00AM-12:00PM W Witte,S $65.00
07/06/11-07/06/11
Grades 4-6. Campers will have fun learning the basics of decorating birthday and special occasion cakes with Chef Linda in our professional kitchen. She will supply the baked cakes and the frosting for campers to decorate their delectable desserts. Campers will receive a cake decorating kit. Each participant will take home a beautiful cake on a reusable cake board.
CE0600  U39
9342
Spanish Camp: Session II 0.00 6/12 BC_143 Main Campus 09:00AM-12:30PM TWTH Witte,S $100.00
07/12/11-07/14/11
Ages 4 and up. A fun and interactive introduction to conversational Spanish. Through the use of games, art, music, poetry, and pretend play children will learn basic greetings and commands, emotions, colors, numbers, food, animals, and more. Theme based units will include Family and Home, At the Market, Birthday, Restaurant/Kitchen, and Weather. Geography and culture will also be incorporated. Children should bring a lunch and a 3 ring folder. Parents are welcome to stay, but it is not required. Camp can be repeated.
CE0600  U39A
9405
Spanish Camp 0.00 FULL BC_143 Main Campus 09:00AM-12:30PM TWTH Witte,S $80.00
07/12/11-07/14/11
Ages 4 and up. A fun and interactive introduction to conversational Spanish. Through the use of games, art, music, poetry, and pretend play children will learn basic greetings and commands, emotions, colors, numbers, food, animals, and more. Theme based units will include Family and Home, At the Market, Birthday, Restaurant/Kitchen, and Weather. Geography and culture will also be incorporated. Children should bring a lunch and a 3 ring folder. Parents are welcome to stay, but it is not required. Camp can be repeated. FEES DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION.
CE0600  U42
9343
Connections Academy 2011 0.00 6/20 ARR_ARR Main Campus 08:00AM-04:00PM MTWTHF Witte,S $250.00
07/11/11-07/15/11
Grades 8 and 9. Campers involved in our Crime Scene Investigation will become a forensic scientist for a week. Participants will be part of an investigative team that will develop the vital evidence they find at a crime scene. They will learn how to collect that evidence, map the crime scene, and conduct a number of experiments on the evidence they discover. The team will then use their findings to solve the case and present it to a jury in a mock trial. By participating in CSI CAMP campers will: ?tdevelop their analytical skills ?tlearn (by doing) the steps involved in the Forensic scientific & Investigative methods ?tlearn how to collect, preserve, secure, analyze, and present evidence ?tbe exposed to equipment and methods used in laboratories ?tdiscover the reality of forensic-based investigations ?tdevelop their interest in science and the scientific method ?thave fun while learning about such topics as DNA, fingerprints, and related forensic-based concepts
CE0600  U45
9345
What's Inside a Cow's Eyeball? 0.00 8/20 HS_226 Main Campus 09:00AM-12:00PM F Chitwood,J
Witte,S
$30.00
07/22/11-07/22/11
Grades 4-8. Curious about the eye and how it works? This camp features a cow?s eye dissection where we examine several aspects of the eye and how humans see. If you would like to get a firsthand look at the inside of the eye, then this camp is a must. Taught by Jennifer Chitwood.
CE0600  U52
9350
Hunter Safety 0.00 47/50 HS_100 Main Campus 10:00AM-02:00PM WTHF Witte,S $5.00
07/27/11-07/29/11
Ages 11 and up. For campers wanting to become Hunter Safety certified. To receive the certification, campers must be 11 years of age and attend the entire camp. Participants will be required register for the class via the online portal in addition to registering with ECC. Participants must bring a birth certificate (or other proof of age) and a black pen to the camp. Students 12 years of age or younger must have an adult guardian (18 years of age or older) attend with them. Campers should bring a sack lunch. Snacks provided.
CE0600  U54
9351
Drama Camp 0.00 11/15 AC_116 Main Campus 01:00PM-03:30PM MTWTH Witte,S $150.00
06/13/11-06/30/11
Grades 3-10. Students enrolled in this camp will learn pantomime, improvisation, dancing, building a stage backdrop, and how to apply makeup. The students will also put on a performance at the end of camp. Taught by Liz Wienke-Hendry.
CE0600  U56
9352
It's a Small World 0.00 4/20 HS_226 Main Campus 09:00AM-12:00PM F Chitwood,J
Witte,S
$30.00
06/17/11-06/17/11
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. Taught by Jennifer Chitwood.
CE0600  U57
9370
Dissecting a Frog 0.00 13/20 HS_226 Main Campus 09:00AM-12:00PM F Chitwood,J
Witte,S
$30.00
06/10/11-06/10/11
Grades 4-8. Future veterinarians and doctors get a head start on anatomy! Learn about the external and internal features of a frog through dissection. You will learn proper dissection techniques, how to identify important organs, and the role of frogd in the environment. Taught by Jennifer Chitwood
 
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