Community Education Classes

Click the categories below to see current classes offered at John Wood. Click on the class name to see a full description of the course.

Computers & Technology
Title CRN Times Days Dates Location Instructor Price
Getting Started with Computers 36985 Mondays/Wednesdays 9/12/2016 - 9/21/2016 D160 Nan Wood $50.00
This class is designed for those with little to no experience who want to learn more about computers and technology. Discover how to use a computer’s basic functions, including email, web browsing, document and photo sharing, research, online shopping and more. Get tips for staying safe in a digital world, and leave with new skills.
Microsoft Word for the Absolute Beginner 36987 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesdays/Thursdays 9/20/2016 - 9/27/2016 D160 Rita Schmitt $70.00
This three evening seminar is for individuals who have little to no background with Microsoft Word. It's a great introduction to the very useful functions of the program. Learn about files and folders, the home ribbon, margins, columns, saving, printing, and more.
Microsoft Excel for the Absolute Beginner 36986 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesdays/Thursdays 10/18/2016 - 10/25/2016 D160 Rita Schmitt $70.00
This three evening seminar is for individuals who have little or no background with Excel and want to learn more. This interactive course offers plenty of practice and application to become comfortable with the program. Whether you want to use Excel for personal budgeting or just want to sharpen your skills for work, you will leave with practical tools and skills.
Introduction to Facebook 36988 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Monday/Wednesday 11/7/2016 - 11/9/2016 D129 Jackie Weisenburger $45.00
Get started with the popular social media tool in this two session class designed for beginners. Learn about the various functions of Facebook, including creating a page, adding and changing photos, security settings and safety, the news feed, page navigation, and more. Discover how you can use Facebook to stay in touch with family and friends, and share your interests, hobbies, and experiences with others. No experience necessary!
Intermediate Excel 36989 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesdays/Thursdays 11/8/2016 - 11/15/2016 D160 Rita Schmitt $70.00
Designed for those who are familiar with Excel, this class goes beyond the basics to cover more detailed functions, formulas, layouts, and more. Get hands on experience in an interactive class environment, and leave with resources to take your skills to the next level. A great follow up for those who have taken Excel for the Absolute Beginner.
One-On-One Computer Training 36945 1 hour Mondays/Fridays 12/5/2016 - 12/5/2016 Gary Leeds $35.00
One-on-one computer training is available for Mac and Windows-based computers. Designed for all skill levels, from beginning to advanced. Sessions can be scheduled for 1 hour at a time. Based on instructor availability. Call 217-641-4905 to schedule time with an instructor.
One-On-One Excel Training 36972 1 hour Fridays 12/5/2016 - 12/5/2016 Rita Schmitt $35.00
One-on-one Microsoft Excel training is available for all skill levels, from beginning to advanced. Sessions can be scheduled for 1 hour at a time. Based on instructor availability. Call 217-641-4905 to schedule time with an instructor.
Drinks & Food
Title CRN Times Days Dates Location Instructor Price
Basic Cake Decorating 37121 6 - 8 p.m. Wednesdays 10/5/2016 - 10/19/2016 D159 Karen Wagner $50.00
Find out how to make beautiful, edible creations with this three session introduction to cake decorating. Learn basic cake decorating steps and work with butter cream frosting to create flourishes, flowers, and more. Cake decorating kit provided.
White Wines from Around the Wine World 36984 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Tuesday 10/18/2016 - 10/18/2016 Matt Boudreau $40.00
Explore wines from many regions of the world. In this hands on class you will learn to appreciate the wines as well as sample them. All students must be 21 years of age or older. Location: Wine on Broadway, 2802 Broadway St., Quincy, IL
Advanced Cake Decorating 37120 6 - 8 p.m. Wednesdays 11/2/2016 - 11/16/2016 D159 Karen Wagner $75.00
Find out how to make beautiful, edible creations with this three session introduction to cake decorating. Learn basic cake decorating steps and work with butter cream frosting to create flourishes, flowers, and more. All supplies provided. Prerequisite: Basic Cake Decorating or equivalent.
Comfort Food Freezer Meals 36982 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Thursday 11/3/2016 - 11/3/2016 D159 Kristen Ritterbusch $45.00
Stock your freezer with fall comfort foods for your family! Take home two pot pie meals, and a complete meal plan that includes comforting recipes like beef tips, lasagna, meatloaf and more that you'll rely on all season.
Big Red Wines from Around the World 36983 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Tuesday 11/15/2016 - 11/15/2016 Matt Boudreau $40.00
Explore wines from may red wine producing regions. In this hands on class you will learn to appreciate the wines as well as sample them. If you like Big Red's, this is your class. All students must be 21 years of age or older. Location: Wine on Broadway, 2802 Broadway St., Quincy, IL
Dessert Delights: Chocolates & Truffles 37124 10 - Noon Saturday 11/19/2016 - 11/19/2016 D159 Karen Wagner $45.00
Become your own chocolatier with this delicious, one session class! Find out how you can create your own tempting chocolates and truffles right at home using rich recipes and easy tools. Leave with recipes and resources. No experience required, all supplies provided.
Driving
Title CRN Times Days Dates Location Instructor Price
Driving Classroom (1st Session) 36923 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday 9/6/2016 - 10/27/2016 D158 Kaltenbock, Linda $150.00
Taught by JR's Driving School, classes are designed for busy high school students who have trouble fitting driver's education into their schedules. Also, ideal for home-schooled and special education students. Students must complete 30 clock hours of classroom instruction and 12 hours of Behind the Wheel supervised driving. Registration fees are required to confirm enrollment. White slip required for Behind the Wheel portion. All driving hours must be completed within current semester.
Driving Classroom (2nd Session) 36924 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday/Wednesday 10/17/2016 - 12/14/2016 D158 Kaltenbock, Linda $150.00
Taught by JR's Driving School, classes are designed for busy high school students who have trouble fitting driver's education into their schedules. Also, ideal for home-schooled and special education students. Students must complete 30 clock hours of classroom instruction and 12 hours of Behind the Wheel supervised driving. Registration fees are required to confirm enrollment. White slip required for Behind the Wheel portion. All driving hours must be completed within current semester.
Behind the Wheel 36939 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Tuesday or Thursday 12/9/2016 - 12/9/2016 D Lobby Flowers, Don $450.00
Taught by JR's Driving School, classes are designed for busy high school students who have trouble fitting driver's education into their schedules. Also, ideal for home-schooled and special education students. Students must complete 30 clock hours of classroom instruction and 12 hours of Behind the Wheel supervised driving. Registration fees are required to confirm enrollment. White slip required for Behind the Wheel portion. All driving hours must be completed within current semester.
Floral Arranging
Title CRN Times Days Dates Location Instructor Price
Floral Design I 36995 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesdays 9/6/2016 - 9/27/2016 D157 Greg Leuckenhoff $90.00
Create a fresh floral centerpiece to take home the first night! In the second week, create a silk, dried and “designer’s choice” arrangement. Traditional and contemporary designs and trends are covered. Students must provide their own materials in weeks two through four. Supply list provided first night of class.
Floral Design II 36996 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesdays 10/4/2016 - 10/25/2016 D157 Greg Leuckenhoff $85.00
Create a fresh floral arrangement in week one, a door arrangement in week two, a grouping arrangement in week three, and a topiary in week four. Bring a knife, wire cutters and floral tape. Prerequisite: Floral Design I or equivalent.
Floral Design III 36997 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesdays 11/1/2016 - 11/22/2016 D157 Greg Leuckenhoff $85.00
Create a corsage in week one, an Asian-inspired arrangement in week two, a wreath in week three, and end the class with a tour of Adam Florist in week four! Supply list provided the first night of class. Bring a knife, wire cutters and floral tape. Prerequisite: Floral Design I and II or equivalent.
Floral Design IV (Advanced) 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesday/Wednesday 1/3/2017 - 1/4/2017 Greg Leuckenhoff $90.00
Go beyond the basics and get a taste of high style design with the final class in the floral design series. You will learn to create an arrangement following a Hogarth curve, learn to use an armature, and more. Supply list provided the first night of class. Bring a knife, wire cutters and floral tape. Prerequisite: Floral Design I, II and III or equivalent.
Gardening & Sustainability
Title CRN Times Days Dates Location Instructor Price
Backyard Beekeeping 37015 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Wednesday 10/12/2016 - 10/12/2016 D158 Tina McClelland $40.00
Find out what it takes to keep bees right in your own backyard. Learn the basic steps and equipment needed to maintain a hive and how it can benefit your backyard ecosystem. Discover how bees impact the ecosystem a whole through pollination, an interdependent relationship with flowers and the usefulness of the products they produce, including beeswax and honey. View live honey bee activity through an observation hive and see if you can locate the queen bee. Two session options are available.
Earth: Our Common Home 36978 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Wednesdays 10/12/2016 - 10/26/2016 D022 Deborah Lee $65.00
The "elephant on the planet" is our changing environment. We have a problem. This class focuses on environmental stewardship; with a unique focus on steps and actions for positive change. A starting point is the book Laudato Si: On Care for our Common Home, written by Pope Francis. It offers both a human and ecological perspective, along with questions for discussion. Additional video materials will also be used. Come, be part of this non-denominational solution for positive change.
Backyard Beekeeping 37016 9 a.m. - Noon Saturday 10/15/2016 - 10/15/2016 D158 Tina McClelland $40.00
Find out what it takes to keep bees right in your own backyard. Learn the basic steps and equipment needed to maintain a hive and how it can benefit your backyard ecosystem. Discover how bees impact the ecosystem a whole through pollination, an interdependent relationship with flowers and the usefulness of the products they produce, including beeswax and honey. View live honey bee activity through an observation hive and see if you can locate the queen bee. Two session options are available.
Winter Gardening 37021 10 to Noon; 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Saturday, Monday, Tuesday 11/5/2016 - 11/8/2016 D022 Dr. Margie Williams $45.00
There's a new way to get fresh, garden grown vegetables all year round! This three session class will help you explore a new vertical gardening technique that relies on aeroponics, and lights that encourage healthy growth indoors any time of year. Provide a sunny, relaxing environment for your greens and stay healthy all season.
Health & Wellness
Title CRN Times Days Dates Location Instructor Price
Overcoming Mental & Emotional Issues 37012 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday 8/30/2016 - 9/1/2016 D023 Diana Castleberry & James Begley $35.00
This informational class brings common mental and emotional health issues to the forefront and provides a forum for discussing solutions. Taught by the authors of Bursting Bubbles, a book focused on providing support and strategies for those living with mental or emotional illnesses, the class will address multiple topics including the stigma associated with these conditions, where to find help, strategies for recovery, and the power of positive thinking.
Dr. Sears Wellness Series 37019 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesdays 9/13/2016 - 10/4/2016 D023 Dr. Margie Williams $40.00
This series will use Dr. Sears' Prime Time Living approach to building and maintaining good health as you age. Topics covered will include diet, exercise, immune system support, decreasing weight (especially around the waist) and reducing inflammation.
Cancer Survivorship 37018 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Mondays 9/19/2016 - 9/19/2016 D023 Dr. Margie Williams $25.00
This informative two session class will suggest a holistic approach to healing and wellness for cancer survivors. Learn about living well, long term health considerations, and more.
Flower Power: The Benefits of Flower Essences 36999 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesdays 10/11/2016 - 10/25/2016 D023 Deborah Lee $65.00
This interactive three session class with introduce you to the process of Flower Essence Therapy. First introduced by Edward Bach, MD in the 1920s, the process is designed to safely re-pattern painful emotions and past traumas, promoting emotional healing. Dr. Bach understood that emotional problems can weaken a person’s physical body, and his successful approach has been implemented throughout the world. Taught by a nationally certified practitioner with 25 years of experience with flower essences. Leave with your own personalized flower essence.
Mindfulness Meditation 37020 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Tuesday 10/11/2016 - 11/1/2016 D129 Dr. Margie Williams $40.00
Explore mindfulness meditation techniques to incorporate into your everyday life with this interactive four session class. Session one will begin with an introduction to this relaxing and healing meditation technique, and will highlight how it improves relaxation and reduces negative responses to stress. Sessions two, three, and four will continue to build on that knowledge and show you how to put it into practice. No prior experience needed! Requirement: Yoga mat and comfortable clothing.
Home Improvement
Title CRN Times Days Dates Location Instructor Price
Garage Welding 67009 6 to 8 p.m. and 9-Noon Friday/Saturday 10/14/2016 - 10/15/2016 W137 Ron Eitel $70.00
Add some heavy metal to your weekend with this two session class! Learn the basics of welding metal and find out how this skill can help you with simple repairs and creating unique projects. No previous experience is necessary. Participants need to wear long sleeves, long pants, & sturdy closed toe shoes or boots.
Language & Communication
Title CRN Times Days Dates Location Instructor Price
Spanish for Beginners 37000 10 a.m. - Noon Saturdays 9/10/2016 - 10/8/2016 D158 Ignacio Anguiano-Reyes $50.00
Learn the basics of the Spanish language with this fun, interactive class, taught by a native Spanish speaker. Build vocabulary, learn about present and past tenses, verbs, pronouns, and more. Put your knowledge into practice with your classmates and leave with resources to study at home. Perfect for those who have little to know knowledge of the Spanish language.
Conversational Spanish 37001 10 a.m. - Noon Saturdays 10/22/2016 - 11/9/2016 D158 Ignacio Anguiano-Reyes $50.00
Build your Spanish language vocabulary and increase your skills with this three session class. Learn how to assemble and correctly pronounce common phrases and sentences. Find out how to order food at a restaurant, travel by plane, and more in a number of practice scenarios. Ideal for those who are traveling to a Spanish-speaking country for vacation or work. Prerequisite: Spanish for Beginners, or basic knowledge of Spanish language.
Mt. Sterling Location
Title CRN Times Days Dates Location Instructor Price
Get Brewed: An Overview of Specialty Coffee 37023 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 9/3/2016 - 9/3/2016 Jane Ann Petty $35.00
A fun approach to today's specialty coffee! Discuss the history of coffee and the current economic impact of coffee from farm to cup. Learn how to "speak" coffee by breaking down the process of ordering the perfect cup from your favorite cafe. Students will be immersed into the home brewing process at several hands-on stations. Oh, and you will drink coffee!
AARP Driver Safety Program (Member) 8 a.m. to Noon Tuesday/Thursday 9/6/2016 - 9/7/2016 Jim Kaiser $15.00
Designed for those 50 and older, this comprehensive program focuses on refreshing driving skills. Topics covered include defensive driving techniques, how to drive safely in adverse weather, new traffic laws and rules of the road, and how to deal with aggressive drivers. Students who complete the class are eligible for an auto insurance discount.
AARP Driver Safety Program (Non-Member) 8 a.m. to Noon Tuesday/Thursday 9/6/2016 - 9/7/2016 Jim Kaiser $20.00
Designed for those 50 and older, this comprehensive program focuses on refreshing driving skills. Topics covered include defensive driving techniques, how to drive safely in adverse weather, new traffic laws and rules of the road, and how to deal with aggressive drivers. Students who complete the class are eligible for an auto insurance discount.
Personal Enrichment
Title CRN Times Days Dates Location Instructor Price
Women's Rights: The Struggle for Equality 37017 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Mondays 9/12/2016 - 9/19/2016 D022 Dennis McGuire $45.00
This one session class highlights the challenges and obstacles women have faced and the struggles they continue to encounter in today's society. The current realities of women’s position in society, as well as their role in the home and workplace will be discussed. Find out how the women’s rights movement has impacted the culture we live in, and how it still needs to be supported.
The Leader in You 37010 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Monday 10/3/2016 - 10/3/2016 D023 Kristen Walker $35.00
A fresh approach to "Steven Covey's 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" curriculum, this class will focus on applying the principles of the program to everyday life. Learn how to reach your full potential, and have a positive impact at home, work, and in your community. Participate in discussions and fun exercises that bring the concepts to life, and leave with practical knowledge.
The Presidential Election with Chuck Scholz 37003 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Wednesdays 10/5/2016 - 11/9/2016 D023 Chuck Scholz, Sr. $50.00
Learn about the office of the Presidency and the origin and traditions of elections with this informative six-week class. Understand how the electoral process works, and how it has changed over time. Follow and discuss the controversial 2016 Presidential race, watch debates, and more. Taught by Quincy’s former mayor, Chuck Scholz, Sr.
Photography
Title CRN Times Days Dates Location Instructor Price
Using Your Digital Camera-The Basics 37004 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Monday/Wednesday 10/24/2016 - 10/26/2016 D159/D152 John Gebhardt $40.00
Learn how to use your digital camera, including which icons, menus, and function buttons to use to take photos in a variety of situations. Get tips on how to save, store, and share your images & get more pictures per memory card. Discover how to adjust settings to get unique photos and how to set the camera to get better action shots indoors and out. Class includes an informational session on the first night, and an interactive lab session on the second night. Bring your own digital camera with instruction manual and a fresh set of batteries.
Editing Your Digital Photos 37008 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Monday 11/7/2016 - 11/7/2016 D160 John Gebhardt $40.00
In a Lab environment, learn how to perform basic editing functions, including scanning, saving, cropping, resizing, touching (removing unwanted blemishes or mistakes) and more from your digital photos. Learn how to merge multiple photos into one panoramic scene, and how to remove or transfer objects and people from one photo to another.
Converting Your Memories 37007 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Wednesday 11/9/2016 - 11/9/2016 D160 John Gebhardt $40.00
Learn how to convert your old movies, slides, photos and negatives into a digital format to preserve and share them with relatives and friends. Learn about inexpensive photo and video programs that allow you to correct defects and restore the original colors. Find out how to save your images on CDs, DVDs, or hard drives for future generations to enjoy.
Using Your Digital Camera-Advanced 37005 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Monday/Wednesday 11/14/2016 - 11/16/2016 D152 John Gebhardt $40.00
Designed for students who have made the switch from a basic 35mm camera to digital. Topics covered include settings to use for different quality levels, how to capture good photos in varying conditions, how to effectively photograph action settings and more. Get tips for saving, storing and sharing your digital images. Class includes an informational session on the first night, and an interactive lab session for the second night, where photo situations will be set up for students to locate and use the various features on their cameras. Bring your own digital camera, charged and ready, along with your instruction manual. Prerequisite: Basic Using Your Digital Camera class or sufficient experience.
Pittsfield Location
Title CRN Times Days Dates Location Instructor Price
Introduction to Lye Soap Making 37031 10 a.m. - Noon Saturday 9/3/2016 - 9/3/2016 P109 Sherri White $40.00
Designed for beginners, this class will give students hands on experience with the lye soap making process. Topics covered include safety, simple recipes, and common ingredients and additives. Leave with your own sample of homemade soap and recipes.
Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series: Parenting 37030 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. Thursdays 9/15/2016 - 11/17/2016 P105 Bill Durall $0.00
From potty training to prom, parents are faced with tough, ever changing challenges as their children grow from infants to adults. Bring your lunch, share your experiences with other parents, and get tips on how to handle everyday issues with this free class. Sibling and parent child conflicts, family dinners, allowances, screen time, teen issues, the sex talk, blended family issues, and other topics will be covered.
AARP Driver Safety Program (Member) 8 a.m. to Noon Fridays 9/16/2016 - 9/23/2016 Jim Kaiser $15.00
Designed for those 50 and older, this comprehensive program focuses on refreshing driving skills. Topics covered include defensive driving techniques, how to drive safely in adverse weather, new traffic laws and rules of the road, and how to deal with aggressive drivers. Students who complete the class are eligible for an auto insurance discount.
AARP Driver Safety Program (Non-Member) 8 a.m. to Noon Fridays 9/16/2016 - 9/23/2016 Jim Kaiser $20.00
Designed for those 50 and older, this comprehensive program focuses on refreshing driving skills. Topics covered include defensive driving techniques, how to drive safely in adverse weather, new traffic laws and rules of the road, and how to deal with aggressive drivers. Students who complete the class are eligible for an auto insurance discount.
Investing for Beginners 37025 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesday 9/27/2016 - 9/27/2016 P109 Christopher Little $25.00
Want to invest but don't know where to start? Come learn from a professional in this one session class designed for beginning investors. Learn the basics, including investment types, strategies, & more. Bring your questions and a notebook.
Hand Building Pottery 37032 10 a.m. - Noon Wednesdays/Saturdays 10/12/2016 - 11/5/2016 P109 Sherri White $65.00
Designed for beginners, this class will give students hands on experience with creating their own pottery by hand. The basics of working with clay, common tools, and more will be applied to creating a one of a kind project in class. Wrap up after kiln firing and glazing, and leave with new skills and your own pottery creation. No experience necessary!
Beginning Word 2013 37028 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday 10/18/2016 - 10/20/2016 P103 LeAnne Balzer $60.00
In this intro class to MS Word, you'll create and save documents; enter an edit text; learn to indent, set tabs, and enhance documents; make block moves, deletes, and copies; use spell checker; save and print. Printing envelopes will be taught also! Participants must have basic computer skills.
Beginning Excel 2013 37026 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday 10/25/2016 - 10/27/2016 P103 LeAnne Balzer $60.00
In this introductory Excel class, you will learn how to set up a basic worksheet including entering and editing cells; cut and copy; formatting cells, as well as simple formulas, saving, and printing. Participants must have basic computer skills.
Beer Making & A Gluten Free Lifestyle 37029 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesday 11/1/2016 - 11/1/2016 Christina Butler-Triem $25.00
Learn about the process of brewing while being introduced to the benefits of a gluten free lifestyle. Discover the steps in the brewing process, and what "gluten free" really means. Sample gluten free beer and baked goods on site at the brand new Sass Brewing Company located in Barry, IL. Location: Sass Brewing Company, 711 Mortimer Street, Barry, IL 62312
Facebook Basics 37027 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays 11/1/2016 - 11/1/2016 P103 LeAnne Balzer $30.00
This hands-on class will include an overview of Facebook topics such as posting, navigation, profile editing, tagging, privacy settings, security and notifications. If you don't already have a Facebook account, please come 15 minutes early. If you do have an account please bring your user name and password. If you'd like to learn to post pictures, please bring a flash drive with pictures on it.
Professional Development
Title CRN Times Days Dates Location Instructor Price
Maximizing Facebook for Your Business 36990 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Monday/Wednesday 9/12/2016 - 9/14/2016 D129 Jackie Weisenburger $35.00
Find out how to maximize the impact that Facebook can have on your business! This two session class will cover how to effectively advertise, target your audience, interpret feedback, manage your page, create an event, and much more. Leave with a binder full of step by step guides, resources, and information to help you apply what you learn right away. Stay in touch after class through a private Facebook group. Choose from two session times.
Social Media for Business 36992 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Monday/Wednesday 9/19/2016 - 9/21/2016 D129 Jackie Weisenburger $45.00
This two session class is an overview of the most commonly used social media outlets, including Google Calendar, Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest, LinkedIn and more. Learn about the benefits of using social media for your business, and leave with a binder of resources and tips to apply what you learn right away. Stay in touch after class through a private Facebook group. Three session times are available.
Maximizing Facebook for Your Business 36991 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Monday/Wednesday 10/3/2016 - 10/5/2016 D129 Jackie Weisenburger $35.00
Find out how to maximize the impact that Facebook can have on your business! This two session class will cover how to effectively advertise, target your audience, interpret feedback, manage your page, create an event, and much more. Leave with a binder full of step by step guides, resources, and information to help you apply what you learn right away. Stay in touch after class through a private Facebook group. Choose from two session times.
Social Media for Business 36993 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Monday/Wednesday 10/10/2016 - 10/12/2016 D129 Jackie Weisenburger $35.00
This two session class is an overview of the most commonly used social media outlets, including Google Calendar, Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest, LinkedIn and more. Learn about the benefits of using social media for your business, and leave with a binder of resources and tips to apply what you learn right away. Stay in touch after class through a private Facebook group. Three session times are available.
Social Media for Business 36994 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Monday/Wednesday 11/14/2016 - 11/16/2016 D129 Jackie Weisenburger $35.00
This two session class is an overview of the most commonly used social media outlets, including Google Calendar, Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest, LinkedIn and more. Learn about the benefits of using social media for your business, and leave with a binder of resources and tips to apply what you learn right away. Stay in touch after class through a private Facebook group. Three session times are available.
Skills for Life
Title CRN Times Days Dates Location Instructor Price
A Guy's Guide to Parenting 37013 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Mondays/Wednesdays 9/12/2016 - 9/21/2016 D158 Jeremy Waack $65.00
Designed for new and single dads, this class is a how-to-guide for the adventure of parenting. Topics covered include nutrition, discipline, health, safety, and more. Learn what to expect at each stage of your child's life, from birth to adulthood, and how to create valuable experiences at every stage. Discover how to navigate the special challenges single dads face. Class price includes a parenting guide.
AARP Driver Safety Program (Member) 8 a.m. to Noon Monday/Tuesday 9/12/2016 - 9/13/2016 Jim Kaiser $15.00
Designed for those 50 and older, this comprehensive program focuses on refreshing driving skills. Topics covered include defensive driving techniques, how to drive safely in adverse weather, new traffic laws and rules of the road, and how to deal with aggressive drivers. Students who complete the class are eligible for an auto insurance discount.
AARP Driver Safety Program (Non-Member) 8 a.m. to Noon Monday/Tuesday 9/12/2016 - 9/13/2016 Jim Kaiser $20.00
Designed for those 50 and older, this comprehensive program focuses on refreshing driving skills. Topics covered include defensive driving techniques, how to drive safely in adverse weather, new traffic laws and rules of the road, and how to deal with aggressive drivers. Students who complete the class are eligible for an auto insurance discount.
Foundations of Investing 37002 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Thursday 9/29/2016 - 9/29/2016 D023 Derek Harris $35.00
Does investing seem overwhelming to you? Do you have questions about the market and financial climate we are in? Have you ever wondered how much you will need for retirement or college tuition? Come to Foundations of Investing to find the answers to these and many other questions. Learn about the process of asset allocation, the impact of inflation on your long term goals, and the importance of developing a strategy.
Social Security & Retirement Income 36979 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Monday 11/7/2016 - 11/7/2016 D023 David Janus $35.00
This class will focus on using different savings vehicles, like an IRA, and Social Security to maximize your retirement. Whether you are in retirement, or thinking about retirement, bring your questions and get them answered in this one night class.
Money Smart 37014 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Friday 11/11/2016 - 11/11/2016 D023 Shaun Washausen $35.00
Get your wallet in order with this informative class on personal finance! Find out how money is one of the best tools available to achieve your goals in life, and how to manage it effectively. Topics covered include budgeting, saving, paying down debt, building wealth, and leaving a legacy. Leave with practical tips to start building a better financial future.