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1 SPRING 2014 Noncredit Courses Mount Wachusett Community College Noncredit courses provide educational, social, cultural and vocational opportunities. NEW: Register and pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit

2 table of contents: Registration Information & F.A.Q s 3 Mobile Devices 4 Computers & Technology 5 ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! mwcc.edu/noncredit Websites & Designing 8 Professional Development 9 Veterinary Assistant 13 Law & Legal 14 Career Readiness 15 Test Preparation 16 GED & ABE Testing 18 Personal Interest 19 ESL 21 Food & Beverages 22 Crafts, Hobbies & Art 23 Music 25 Theatre 25 Photography 26 Health & Wellness 27 New Age Day Career Path Certificates 31 Online Noncredit Certificates & Courses 39 Workforce Training 44 Fitness & Wellness Center 46 Mail in Registration Form 47 Summer Academic Adventures back cover 2

3 F.A.Q REFUND POLICY Prior to seven days before first class meeting 100% refund. CANCELLATION MWCC reserves the right to cancel classes that are under-enrolled, to change times and locations when necessary, and to substitute instructors, if needed. If a course is cancelled by MWCC, students are granted full refunds. SENIOR CITIZEN FEE REDUCTION Senior citizens 60 and over, eligible for a tuition/fee discount, may register on a space-available basis within seven days prior to the start of a noncredit course. The course will be reduced by 50%. Online courses and textbook costs are not eligible for a fee reduction. BECOME A NONCREDIT INSTRUCTOR Apply online to the noncredit instructor pool at jobs.mwcc.edu. DISABILITY SERVICES If you have a disability and may require reasonable accommodation(s) to participate fully in program activities, please contact the counselor for students with disabilities, For more policy information, please visit: mwcc.edu/catalog. AGREEMENT By finalizing payment for any noncredit program at MWCC, I acknowledge reviewing MWCC s Code of Student Conduct (catalog.mwcc.edu/policiesrulesandregulations/), and agree to abide by all policies and procedures as detailed in the College Catalog and Student Handbook. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION how to register MAIL MWCC Lifelong Learning & Workforce Development 444 Green St. Gardner, MA Complete registration form 2. Include a check/money order payable to MWCC ONLINE Online registration is now open at mwcc.edu/noncredit IN PERSON Stop by the Gardner, Leominster, or Devens Campus Note: Payment is required at the time of registration and is not complete until transacted/confirmed by MWCC. how to find us g d W F GARDNER 444 Green Street Gardner, MA DEVENS One Jackson Place, 27 Jackson Rd. Devens, MA WEB-ONLINE l a FITNESS & WELLNESS CENTER LEOMINSTER 100 Erdman Way Leominster, MA ATHOL NORTH QUABBIN ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ENRICHMENT CENTER 100 Main Street, Athol, MA TTY

4 mobile devices ipad Basics /3 6:30-8:00pm g Denise Dayton $29 You ve got an ipad now what? This introductory class will show you some of the amazing things you can do with it. Organize your life, learn something new, and make your business efficient. Bring your ipad if you have one but not required. Introduction To E-Readers /4 6:30-8:00pm g Denise Dayton $29 Learn how to choose and use an ereader (such as Kindle or Nook) to enhance your reading experience. Learn how to access free and paid content, including magazines and books and even music and movies! No previous experience required. Bring your ereader to class. Creating Mobile Apps with HTML Begins 3rd Wed. each month Self-paced w Ed2go $125 In this course, you ll learn how to imagine, design, build, and optimize a cross-platform mobile app using the very latest HTML5 standards. The result will be a mobile app that s fast and runs on just about any smartphone or tablet computer. Register at: For more details see our ONLINE Classes on page 39. Want to earn some extra income? We are looking for some new professional and talented noncredit instructors. Come teach others your favorite subject matter, hobby or special skill. The best part of this job is that you pick the materials, dates and times that fit your schedule! All applicants must apply online at https://jobs.mwcc.edu/postings/45470 or call for more information. Equal Opportunity Employer 4 g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

5 computers & technology Mousing Around Your Computer /4 5:30-7:30pm g Missi Sargent $39 This introductory course will be offered in a relaxed atmosphere for those who are nervous around computers or have zero experience. You will become comfortable using the mouse and the keyboard, a brief introduction to Windows will be discussed. You will learn how to turn off the computer safely. Students will develop a good foundation and confidence. Hands-on fun exercises will be used too, so you can continue with more computer learning at home. Basic Computer Concepts /11 & 2/13 6:00 8:00pm g Missi Sargent $61 This course is a continuation of the beginner course as well as for those who have had some experience. Topics include browsers, search engines, setting up free , ISPs, software programs, and maintaining your computer. Basic keyboard knowledge suggested but not required. Not for Mac users. Introduction To Word /25 & 2/27 6:00 8:00pm g Missi Sargent $61 Word is a word processor program used in both personal and professional settings. Learn to create, edit, save and print documents; format documents; use toolbars; create lists, create labels/envelopes; use the find and replace command; and an introduction to graphics. Intermediate Word /4 & 3/6 6:00 8:00pm g Missi Sargent $61 In this course you will learn more advanced features of Word Learn to work with tables, graphics, perform a mail merge, track changes, use hyperlinks. Learn to insert citations and bibliographies, set Word options, use and create templates, and simple macros. It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 5

6 computers & technology Microsoft Outlook /11 6:00 8:00pm g Missi Sargent $39 With this Microsoft Outlook 2010 class you ll instantly enhance your efficiency and productivity. You ll learn how to manage s, create folders and archive so you can always find what you need. Then you ll discover how to keep track of your contacts and how to use Outlook Calendar and Alert features. Powerful Powerpoint Presentations /13 6:00 9:00pm g Missi Sargent $55 Learn to create powerful presentations that can be used for professional, educational or personal use. You will learn to design and edit slides, insert clipart, use animation to make your slides come alive and run a slide show. Students are invited to bring in their own professional or personal pictures. Keep Your Computer Clean And Updated /20 & 3/27 7:00 9:00pm g Luke LeBlanc $49 A way to keep your home or office system clean is to go through all the programs you have installed on your computer and decide on what you don t use anymore and remove them. In this class you will be shown how to scan your computer weekly, keep it running fast and even how to leep the components clean and dust free! Introduction To Excel /25 & 3/27 6:00 8:00pm g Missi Sargent $61 This course includes creating, saving and printing workbooks, navigating the program, using menus & toolbars, formatting, merging cells, inserting and deleting columns and rows, inserting graphics, using the find and replace command, and simple formulas. Excel is a spreadsheet software used in both professional and personal settings. It s perfect for lists, budgets and organization. Intermediate Excel /1 & 4/3 6:00 8:00pm g Missi Sargent $61 This beyond basics class will cover hyperlinks, conditional formatting, formatting as tables, working with large worksheets, creating charts, using text and numeric formulas, the lookup command, pivot tables, and simple macros. Excel experience required. Our computer and technology classes are taught by experienced instructors. Instructors will provide step-by-step lessons and hands-on activities throughout the class. Certificates will be given at the end of each class. 6 g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

7 computers & technology Introduction To Access /8 & 4/10 6:00 8:00pm g Missi Sargent $61 Microsoft Access is a database management system that allows you to enter, store and query records. Topics will include designing tables, determining data types, primary keys, formats, using the query wizard, creating simple queries, make table queries, appending queries and importing & exporting data. Intermediate Access /15 & 4/17 6:00 8:00pm g Missi Sargent $61 This course is a continuation of the introductory course. Topics will include relationships, creating queries, designing and using forms, and sub forms, creating switchboards, and generating reports. Students must have experience with building tables and simple queries. Prerequsite: Introduction to Access Jumpstart Into Technology /29 & 5/1 6:00 9:00pm g Missi Sargent $85 This course will cover how to do online banking, shop on the web, download pictures from your camera, simple picture editing, downloading music & videos, Facebook basics, online games and more. Prerequisite: experience with Windows. Introduction To Windows Begins 3rd Wed. each month Self-paced w Ed2go $125 You ll start by exploring how to move around within Windows 8 with the new Start screen, Charms bar, and desktop. You ll find out how to manage apps and programs on the Start screen and how to customize the Start screen and desktop areas. By the time you finish this course, you ll be ready to have more fun with Windows 8 and be more productive in your work. Register at: For more details see our ONLINE Classes on page 39. Introduction To Programming Begins 3rd Wed. each month Self-paced w Ed2go $125 Take your first steps toward a career as a computer programmer! You ll learn how to work with graphical user interfaces, controls, variables, arrays, conditional logic, and loops. Register at: For more details see our ONLINE Classes on page 39. It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 7

8 websites & designing Website Fundamentals For Photoshop/Dreamweaver /30-3/6 Thursdays 6:30-9:00pm g Craig Devonshire $185 Students gain an overview of two of the most commonly utilized website-building software programs, Adobe Photoshop and Dreamweaver. Web theory, navigation, viewer interactivity and Internet fundamentals will be explored. No computer or software prerequisites. Individual websites will be produced by participants. Websites For The Modern Age- For Novice /6-3/13 Thursdays 7:00 9:00pm g Luke LeBlanc $ /3-5/8 Thursdays 7:00 9:00pm g Luke LeBlanc $119 This class will utilize the HTML 5, Twitter, Boilerplate framework along with some of the latest CSS3 technologies to create a sleek & stylish website to be viewed on all devices (including mobile). Students will also look at how to use a few programs to help aid them in their development. Website building experience preferred. Introduction to Blogging /12 6:30 8:00pm g Denise Dayton $35 Are you ready for your voice to be heard? Inspire, entertain and inform readers with your very own blog. We ll talk about WordPress and other tools and resources. These tools are easy to use and will help you create a casual or professional blog page. The Basics of Website Building /25, 2/27 & 3/1 6:00 9:00pm g Craig Devonshire $119 A website name that stands out from the crowd is one of the strongest ways to begin developing a successful site. On the net, the creativity of content is literally boundless hindered only by our own imaginations. A variety of search engine optimization techniques are described, along with various ways to potentially earn income from a site. Introduction To Graphic Design /31-4/9 Mon & Wed 6:15-8:15pm g Karen Sugalski $73 Students will be introduced to the basics of Graphic Design, both print and online. You will be introduced to the basic theory and concepts of good graphic design and learn some basics of common graphic design tools. Students will create sample pieces. A thumb drive will be provided to save your work. This class may even kick start you to enroll in our credit courses and begin a new career. Small Business Creative Marketing Materials /15-4/29 Tuesdays 6:00 9:00pm g Craig Devonshire $119 Many small business owners prepare their own ads and collateral materials, you can too. Come to learn design basics that make the difference between your pieces being seen by your customer and prospects as The Good, The Bad, or The Ugly. 8 g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

9 professional development Fundamentals Of Grant Writing CRN# DATE Mondays TIME LOCATION INSTRUCTOR PRICE /3-4/14 (no class 3/17) 7:00 9:00pm a Denise Dayton $195 This class offers you the fundamentals of grant writing including how to research all grants locally and nationally. Then learn the practical application to actually secure and deliver the grant and manage it. Learning Objectives: Realizing the diversity of the grant funding community Researching and identifying potential funding sources Making sure the grant pursuer fits the funding agency Addressing the guidelines of proposals Identifying and effectively writing the key elements of a proposal Packaging grant submissions Writing winning grants that can stand out against scores of competing submissions Medical Interpreting Certificate /4-5/1 Tues & Thurs 6:00 9:00pm g TransFluenci $ /5-5/31 Saturdays 9:00am 4:00pm g TransFluenci $895 This hands-on Medical Interpreting Certificate Course is designed for the new or experienced interpreter. This course, offered in collaboration with TransFluenci, will train you to work in the medical setting according to the standards and ethics of the profession. This course is open to all languages, but students must be able to fully comprehend and communicate in both English and at least one other language. Upon successful completion of this course students will be awarded a 54 hour completion certificate. Social Networking For The Small Business /5 & 3/12 7:30-8:30pm g Maria Brogna $35 Social network marketing is at this time the single most important form of marketing businesses can do. The spectacular thing about social media marketing is that it evens the scale for smaller businesses to use the same methods and tactics the big players do in order to get your advertising to your customers. No matter if your business is new or has been around for years, we will show you how to increase your customer base. It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 9

10 professional development Start Your Own Independent Sales Business /7 6:30 8:30pm g TBA FREE (registration required) Let present consultants be your guide to opening your own business! Come learn more about exciting sales business opportunities in your local community from distributors like; Mary Kay, Pampered Chef, Scentsy Candles, Tupperware, Thirty One and many more. The consultants will share their own personal experiences and tips to make starting your own direct sales business so much easier. Open discussion time will be given at the end of the presentations. Each consultant will also have a Free raffle for you to enter. Customer Service Skill Building /16 & 4/23 7:00 9:00pm g Maria Brogna $49 Customer service can be a high stress occupation. There are methods and procedures that will lessen your stress while increasing your standing in your business environment. Get noticed for your calm and professional demeanor under pressure. How To Keep The Books /22 & 4/24 6:00 9:00pm g TBA $75 A key aspect to running your business is keeping the appropriate books and records. Explore a variety of record and bookkeeping tools that are available to simplify your work and streamline your small business management. Develop Presentations For Prospective Investors /29-5/8 Tues & Thurs 6:00 9:00pm g TBA $129 Your business pitch is a sales presentation to investors. You are selling your belief that you can execute a business plan that will make the prospective investors money. Students will learn how to find prospective investors, prepare for the presentation, sell an idea in as little as 5-10 minutes, effectively use visual aids and have a chance to pitch their idea to a mock investor. Start Writing Teen Literature /6 6:30 9:00pm d Kristine Carlson Asselin $39 In this two-hour workshop, participants will learn the basic framework for starting a writing career in children s literature from one author s perspective. Participants will leave with a comprehensive reading list, a hand-out of recommended websites and writers blogs, and an action plan for how to get started in the writing industry. This instructor is the published author of twelve nonfiction children s books, and recently signed with Bloomsbury Spark for her debut young adult novel. Query Writing Workshop /13 6:30 9:00pm d Kristine Carlson Asselin $39 Are you a writer ready to start querying agents or editors, but you re not sure where to begin? Kristine Carlson Asselin started querying agents in She s now happily signed with an agent, and has recently signed with Bloomsbury Spark for her debut young adult novel. Let her experience with querying help you get off on the right foot. Free Query Critique included with class registration. Accounting Fundamentals Begins 3rd Wed. each month Self-paced w Ed2go $125 Demand for accounting professionals currently exceeds supply. If you re interested in increasing your financial awareness while also gaining a marketable skill, this course is for you. Register at: For more details see our ONLINE Classes on page g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

11 professional development Introduction To Quickbooks Begins 3rd Wed. each month Self-paced w Ed2go $125 In 12 lessons, you ll master the tools you ll need to set up a chart of accounts; reconcile your checking account; create and print invoices, receipts, and statements; track your payables, inventory, and receivables; create estimates; and generate reports. Register at: For more details see our ONLINE Classes on page 39. qpr suicide prevention online courses Our Suicide Risk Reduction Program (SRRP) systems approach to quality care not only enhances consumer and staff safety, but reduces risk of exposure to claims of suicide malpractice. Using a series of integrated, competency-based training programs that match the level of training with the level of duty for patient safety, these educational programs are designed to create an affordable and sustainable culture of safety. All online training programs are available through any broadband connection 24/7. Each course uses a rich mixture of video, audio, text, game-theory practice challenges, case studies, quizzes and competency-based exams.* QPR Gatekeeper Training Available until June 1, 2014 Self-paced w QPR Institute $9.95 This 60 to 90 minute training is intended for individuals in the healthcare industry, and is taught in a clear, concise format using the latest in educational technology. Students learn key information, and practice the intervention for high risk groups; elders, youth, medical patients and others. The program includes information on depression, a web-based free depression/mental health screening, suicide prevention resources and the best-selling Suicide: the Forever Decision by Paul Quinnett, Ph.D. (limited tuition waivers available for educators, public safety and healthcare providers) QPR Suicide Triage Training Available until June 1, 2014 Self-paced w QPR Institute $75 This 60 to 90 minute training is intended for individuals in the healthcare industry, and is taught in a clear, concise format using the latest in educational technology. Students learn key information, and practice the intervention for high risk groups; elders, youth, medical patients and others. The program includes information on depression, a web-based free depression/mental health screening, suicide prevention resources and the best-selling Suicide: the Forever Decision by Paul Quinnett, Ph.D. It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 11

12 professional development QPR for Nurses Certificate in Suicide Prevention Available until June 1, 2014 Self-paced w QPR Institute $139 This is a 6 hour training intended to prevent suicide not just among patients, but among nurses, their co-workers and family members. This two-certificate training program targets patient safety, teaches a suicide screening tool, a best practice rapid assessment protocol, and updates emerging practice standards. The certificate requires passing a national clinical and content exam. QPR for Physicians, Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners Certificate in Suicide Prevention Available until June 1, 2014 Self-paced w QPR Institute $139 (PCP) is a 6 hour training for Physicians, Physicians Assistants, and Nurse Practitioners, to prevent suicide not just among patients, but among colleagues, co-workers, and family members. This two-certificate training program targets patient safety, teaches suicide screening tools, a best practice rapid assessment protocol, and updates emerging practice standards. QPRT Suicide Risk Assessment and Risk Management Available until June 1, 2014 Self-paced w QPR Institute $149 This is an 8-10 hour certification course (depending on practice sessions) for healthcare managers designed to reduce mental health consumer morbidity and mortality by standardizing the detection, assessment, and management of patients at elevated risk for selfdirected violence in all settings and across the age span. The QPRT suicide risk assessment protocols are guided clinical interviews developed through expert opinion and anchored in the scientific literature on suicide risk assessment. Protocol questions produce a standardized suicide risk assessment including documentation of risk and protective factors, current suicidal ideation, desire, intent, planning, past attempts and other self-report of suicide capability. Ethics and Suicide Available until June 1, 2014 Self-paced w QPR Institute $59 This video-lecture and text-based training program reviews ethical competence within the matrix of current challenges of suicide malpractice in the US. Participants learn how to avoid even the claim of suicide malpractice. As a patient-safety tutorial, it includes practice, intervention, and documentation recommendations. The course is led by America s leading suicide malpractice attorney, Skip Simpson, LLB, and Paul Quinnett, Ph.D. Guest Speaker Event TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD FREE This spring MWCC will co-sponsor an event featuring guest speaker Kevin Hines, who tried to commit suicide by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. Mr. Hines wrote a book, Cracked, Not Broken- Surviving and Thriving After a Suicide Attempt and he will be speaking about his experiences with the community in March. *Competencies taught in these courses are based upon recommendations from the US Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. For more information on how to get started with your QPR classes call: g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

13 veterinary assistant Veterinary Assistant Information Session /30 6:30-8:30pm g Achieve HealthCareers FREE MWCC has partnered with Healthcare training provider Boston Reed to offer this new program, which will prepare students to assist the veterinarian or veterinarian technician in daily tasks. The five-week program contains 35 hours of classroom instruction. Students are also required to obtain 24 hours of volunteer experience after the classroom portion of the program has concluded. Come learn more, ask questions and even register that night! Veterinary Assistant CRN# DATE Saturdays TIME LOCATION INSTRUCTOR PRICE /29-5/3 (No class on 4/19) 9:00am-4:30pm g TBA $1,195 Students will learn how to assist the Veterinarian or the Veterinarian Technician in their daily tasks. Students will learn proper handling and procedures for examination of pets for signs of illness, disease, or injury through practical training. Instruction includes legal, ethical and professional standards as well as nutrition basics for animal care. Also covered are hygiene and sterilization techniques used for laboratory and surgical equipment as well as maintenance and management of a veterinary setting. This training is appropriate for those seeking employment in veterinary practices, laboratories, animal hospitals, shelters and clinics. Thirty-five hours over five weeks. The voluntary experience component requires students to volunteer their time (24 hours). Each student will be responsible for coordinating his/her volunteer experience. Prices include textbooks, program materials and certificate of completion. Canine Reproduction Begins 3rd Wed. of each month Self-paced w Ed2go $125 This course is the definitive guide to the principles of sound dog breeding. If you re a veterinary assistant or preparing to become one, this course will help you understand the essential facts so you can knowledgeably converse with clients on the complexities of canine reproduction. Register at: For more details see our ONLINE Classes on page 39. It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 13

14 law & legal Eviction 101 For Landlords /20 7:00-9:30pm g Mark Goldstein Esq. $45 The good, bad, and ugly about the eviction process, from the first call to the Board of Health, the 14 day notice to quit, filing the summary process, to the hearing in housing court. All the practical tips you need to know for a successful eviction. Divorce Basics /24 6:30-8:30pm g Assoc. Att. Lauren Bernatchez $39 What you need to know in filing for divorce. The logistics of getting divorced will be discussed including what to expect from court proceedings, time frame and financial disclosure. Some questions you may have: Should I file for a Divorce or Legal Separation? Do we have to go to court? Can we do it without attorneys? Where can I find help if I need it? Estate Planning /14 6:30-7:30pm g Att. Ashleigh C. Gelinas $29 This course will focus on the basics of estate planning, providing an overview of the basic tools of estate planning: wills and trusts, powers of attorney, health care proxies and declarations of homestead. You will learn how each tool works and how it addresses areas of concern to enable you to make the best decisions for you and your loved ones. Real Estate Law Begins 3rd Wed. each month Self-paced W Ed2go $125 Explore the legal issues involved in real estate law, from investing to title examinations. You ll receive hands-on applications and examples that will show you how to use this knowledge in a day-to-day real estate practice or in personal real estate investing. Register at: For more details see our ONLINE Classes on page 39. Spanish For Law Enforcement Begins 3rd Wed. each month Self-paced W Ed2go $125 Learning the Spanish language is becoming ever more important especially in the field of law enforcement, where clear and quick communication is crucial. Mastering basic Spanish will give you more power to handle situations involving Spanish-speaking victims, witnesses, or criminals. It s a smart career move as well, because adding Spanish skills to your résumé can open the door to new job opportunities. Register at: For more details see our ONLINE Classes on page 39. Noncredit Introduction To Criminal Law Begins 3rd Wed. each month Self-paced W Ed2go $125 You will examine all major areas of crime: from theft to murder, conspiracy to sexual assault. The trial of a criminal case will be dissected and explained for you. You ll also explore the various types of criminal defenses, sentencing, and appeals procedures. This is a great introductory class so you can sign up for a full semester credit class and begin a new career in Law Enforcement. Register at: For more details see our ONLINE Classes on page g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

15 career readiness Gaming Industry Information Session /21 6:00-7:00pm g TBA FREE /23 6:00-7:00pm l TBA FREE Is the gaming industry right for you? The gaming industry is a driving force in economy, offering some of the most dynamic and rewarding professional opportunities available today. It is a fast-paced and exciting industry, offering a multi-faceted corporate environment with extremely diverse career possibilities. Careers in the gaming industry include law enforcement, video slot repair, accounting, hotel management, culinary arts, computer science, graphic design, event production, engineering, and information technology. This information session will show you where to find professional development training in these areas so you are ready for the hiring process. Registration is required. Changing Careers? Job Search Strategies /10-2/13 Mon-Thurs 6:30-8:30pm g Janine Desgres $ /12-5/15 Mon-Thurs 6:30-8:30pm g Janine Desgres $95 Changing careers requires careful research, planning, and preparation. Learn how to communicate your value to an employer and successfully transition to your new career. Course includes Job Hunting Handbook. Job Search Strategies For High School Students /15 & 4/17 6:30-8:30pm g Janine Desgres $39 Knowing how to job search is a must-have skill! Learn how to write resumes, interview, and more. Classes are interactive, informative, and fun. Course includes Now Hiring, Apply Yourself manual. Speaking Skills And Public Image Success /24 6:00-9:00pm g David K. Ewen, M.Ed. $35 Learn to sell yourself in front of an employer, the media, and the public. Discover what it takes to effectively speak so people believe in your ability. Practice the skills to market yourself. Get the public attitude needed to build your career and public image. Have the confidence that you own success! If You Were The Hiring Manager Resume Evaluation /1 6:30-9:30pm g Shelley Nicholson & Fagan Forhan $65 This workshop will focus on how to craft a resume to highlight your career goals, academic and professional successes and capitalize on your past and present work experience. Sample resumes will be reviewed and students are encouraged to bring drafts of their own resumes for discussion. How To Ace Your Job Interview /8 6:30-9:30pm g Shelley Nicholson & Fagan Forhan $65 This workshop will focus on the skills needed for successful job interviews and helpful information such as how to dress for success, how to research the job and company before the interview and a review of some of the most commonly asked questions. The student will learn how to go into an interview with confidence and to ace that interview! It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 15

16 career readiness Introduction To Linkedin Career Networking Begins 3rd Wed. each month Self-paced W Ed2go $125 You ll learn how to create a profile that shows off your professional achievements to their best advantage, and you ll gain techniques for deepening and expanding your business contacts. You ll also learn how to incorporate LinkedIn into your overall job-search and career development strategy, as well as some of the newer media, including text etiquette and social media do s and don ts. Register at: For more details see our ONLINE Classes on page 39. test preparation NRA Basic Pistol Class /22 9:00am 5:00pm TBD Paul Lyons $ /29 9:00am 5:00pm TBD Paul Lyons $ /26 9:00am 5:00pm TBD Paul Lyons $129 Upon completion, students will receive a MA State Police Basic Firearms Safety Certificate, required for application submission to local firearms licensing authorities in MA. Once completed, each student will be able to identify the principle parts of a handgun and types of actions; the rules for safe handling of handguns and ammunition; the basic responsibilities of safe handgun ownership and use; basic firearms laws relating to handgun ownership, carrying and use; how to safely store handguns and ammunition; methods of childproofing and securing handguns; and how to safely load, unload and fire a semi automatic handgun and revolver. American Citizenship In A Globalized World /24 & 2/26 6:00 9:30pm g Jose-Anthony Villagomez, M.A. $85 This course is an interactive class covering the U.S. Constitution, Civil Rights and Liberties, the Branches of Government, the Federal Bureaucracy, State and Local Government, and the Global Citizen. It will be tailored to a broader audience in addition to students wanting to pass the CIS Citizenship exam; History component. 16 g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

17 test preparation Massachusetts 1C- Forklifts /29 8:00am-12:00pm g Cranes 101 $185 This course covers forklifts and cranes. The material covered in this course includes Crane Components, Introductionduction to Hydraulic Theory, Mathematical Calculations, Inspection Parameters, Standard Hand Signals, Load Charts, Fuel/Electric Storage, ANSI and OSHA standards, Safe practices, Proper care and maintenance, Physics 101. It will prepare the attendee for his/her 1C hydraulics license test in MA. This class meets or exceeds the requirements of ANSI B30.22, B56.1, and OSHA Massachusetts 2A - Excavators, Backhoes And Loaders /29 12:30-4:30pm g Cranes 101 $185 This course covers machine components, hydraulic theory, mathematical calculations, inspection parameters, standard hand signals and capacities. This course prepares the attendee for the 2A Hydraulics Engineers licenses test in MA. The Materials covered in this course include Proper equipment setup, Jobsite safety, Component recognition, Introductionduction to Hydraulic Theory, Inspection Parameters, Standard Hand Signals, Safety standards wisdom, Introductionduction to Excavators, Excavator Safety. This class meets or exceeds the requirements of OSHA Massachusetts 2A/1C Combined Class Save over $65 if you register for both! /29 8:00am-4:30pm g Cranes 101 $299 This course prepares the attendee for successful completion of the 1C/2A Hydraulics Engineers licenses in MA. The material covered in this course includes Proper crane, forklift and excavation equipment setup, Forklifts, Jobsite safety, Equipment component recognition, Introductionduction to Hydraulic Theory, Crane/Forklift/Excavation, Equipment Inspection Parameters, Standard Hand Signals, Load Chart specifics, Safety standards wisdom, Introductionduction to Excavators, Excavator Safety. This class meets or exceeds the requirements of OSHA , OSHA , ASME B30.22 and PCSA3. Please bring lunch. ServSafe /2 9:00am 5:00pm g Dan Zunitch $205 Certification in food safety and sanitation is required for all MA restaurants. ServSafe gives knowledge and tools to understand the critical importance of food safety. Concepts include: sanitation, food borne illness, food safety, preventing cross-contamination, flow of food through the operation, and more. The 1-hour exam is administered at the end of class. Upon passing, participants receive ServSafe certification valid for 5 years. Price includes book & exam. ServSafe - Review & Recertification /9 5:00 8:00pm g Dan Zunitch $105 This course is for experienced food service professionals who have previously passed the ServSafe exam and whose certification has expired or is about to expire. Students must provide their old certification number. This class includes a 2-hour review of key components, followed by a 1-hour exam. Study guide/practice exams provided prior to class; bring completed practice exams to class. Price includes materials & exam. SAT Preparation /10-5/24 Saturdays 8:00am 12:00pm g TBA $109 The SAT Reasoning Test contains new content and new types of questions in writing, math, and critical reasoning. Are you prepared to succeed on this new exam? Could you use some assistance in navigating the new format as well as strengthening your skills in both Math and English? Price includes materials only, this class does NOT include SAT exam or registration for exam. It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 17

18 test preparation Preparation For The CLST /27, 5/28 & 5/29 6:00 9:00pm g Bob Mayer $119 Prep for Communication and Literacy Skills Test portion of the Mass Test for Educator Licensure (MTEL). MA law requires candidates for initial educator licensure to meet several requirements including passing a test of communication and literacy skills. The CLST must be taken and passed before a student is accepted into a 4-year Early Childhood or Elementary Education program. English and grammar, writing thesis statements, writing essays, and summarizing reading passages are all included. All materials included. GED and ABE contact information FOR GED REGISTRATION, TESTING DATES AND LOCATIONS PLEASE CONTACT: Angela Lunn-Marcustre - Chief Examiner or AGE REQUIREMENTS Students must be at least 16 years of age to register. If under 18, you must provide a letter from the last school attended. A parent or guardian must sign a verification of eligibility form. OTHER REQUIREMENTS A valid picture ID is required. A large print version is available upon request. Persons with a disability who may require accommodations should contact the GED chief examiner at prior to registration. ADULT BASIC EDUCATION (ABE) & GED PREPARATION COST: FREE The Regional Adult Education Center at MWCC offers Adult Basic Education (ABE), GED preparation, and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). Day and evening classes are available on an open-entry basis at five convenient locations. Gardner: Pamela Dempsey O Connell pdempsey Leominster: Adrianna Coelho Devens: Candice Conner Winchendon: Pamela Dempsey-O Connell Fitchburg: Kathleen Russell g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

19 personal interest Don t Wait End Procrastination Now /29-2/12 Wednesdays 7:00-9:30pm g Linda E. Donalds, BCH $99 This year, resolve yourself to end procrastination by learning how to set realistic goals and plan the actions steps to achieve them, discover how to motivate yourself to take action, and how to use self-hypnosis to reduce stress, stay focused, and help maintain these new healthier habits in a much easier, natural way. Linda E. Donalds is a Board Certified Hypnotist and Certified Instructor for the National Guild of Hypnotists. Extreme Couponers /3 5:30-7:30pm g Sharmese Gunn $29 Coupons can save you money on any one of your next shopping trips, coupons aren t just for groceries! Tips will be given on where to find the best coupons, how to read them and store coupon policies. Organizational techniques will be shared on how to store and sort all your coupons. Feel free to bring your coupons to class for a trading session. There will be an extra $6 fee payable to the instructor. Chainsaw Safety And Tune Up /17 & 3/19 7:00-9:00pm g Eric Almeida $61 You will learn how potential injuries can be minimized by using proper personal protective equipment. Learn the basics of chainsaw maintenance. In this hands-on class, you will be taught about the chain and the motor that drives it. You ll learn the most common causes of chainsaw failures. You ll also learn how to sharpen the chain. Handouts will be provided. Basic Math Literacy /25-4/22 Tuesdays 6:15-7:45pm g Mark Charalambous $85 Now s the time to become math literate! In this class you will learn how to do basic arithmetic like compute a tip, and count your change, basic multiplication and division. Then you will learn the basics of fractions, decimals and percents. Yes, I said fractions! This class includes a workbook/textbook designed specifically for this class. Home Composting Basics /3 6:00-9:00pm g TBA $35 Composting is free, easy to make and good for the environment. It s a simple way to fuel plant growth and restore vitality to depleted soil. We will cover home composting, proper soil preparation and management and the use of mulching. You will be empowered with knowledge and inspiration to make a positive impact on re-cycling through composting. It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 19

20 personal interest Garden The Organic Way /12 9:00-3:00pm g TBA $55 This class will cover principles and practices of organic gardening including companion planting, and organic pest control. We will cover ways to extend growing seasons and what grows in which seasons. You ll learn how to create a happy, healthy, natural environment for growing. Raising Your Own Chickens /16 6:00-7:30pm g TBA $25 A Barnyard in Your Backyard! Everything a beginner needs to know about keeping & raising chickens at home in the back yard. What type of chickens should I get? What shall I feed them? What should I house them in? Do I need a rooster? How many eggs will I get? And lots more! Recipes For Home And Beauty Goods /22 6:15-8:15pm g TBA $29 In this class you will make products like laundry detergent, shampoo and even lip balm. You will be using ingredients you can buy at your local market with significant savings using just minutes of your time. Natural homemade products are safe to use, healthy and in short, everything your standard store-bought supplies are not! You ll have full control over all of the ingredients and the satisfaction of knowing that you re using pure, natural elements. Homemade items make great gifts. Materials list will be given at registration. Rock Gardening /5 6:00-7:30pm g Allen Cumming $29 Want to build a rock garden? This small time investment will pay off in spades. Rock gardens can turn difficult-to-mow slopes into a low-maintenance landscape. Rock gardens require occasional light watering and minimal removal of weeds. You can create rock garden that seamlessly blends into your landscape, using small or large stones or even your existing stone wall. This class will be taught in our rock garden here on campus with an open discussion forum and a hands-on demonstration. Rain date May 12. Allen Cumming is Head of Grounds at MWCC. You Can Earn $Money$ Mystery Shopping /6 5:00-7:00pm g LeeAnn Krusemark $39 You will learn how to create a mystery shopping profile, sign up with 25 mystery shopping companies without fees, avoid the pitfalls and scams, and become a merchandiser for extra income. A $10 materials fee payable to the instructor on the day of class. 7 Simple Secrets To Financial Freedom /6 7:00-9:00pm g LeeAnne Krusemark $39 This plan of action will teach you how to get out of credit card debt, raise your credit score, pay off your mortgage with less money, and become an investor for financial freedom. A $20 materials fee payable to the instructor on the day of class. 20 g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

21 personal interest Genealogy Basics Root Digging /10 & 5/17 9:30 11:30 am g LuAnn Thibodeau $41 Genealogy is a popular hobby. Need help getting started? Get tips and advice on how to trace back and find out about your ancestors. Motorcycle Spring Tune-Up /19 5:30-8:30pm g Bob Mayer $51 Get your motorcycle ready for summer! Join us to learn how to check the fluids, lubricate and adjust your chain, check your oil and tire pressure. You will learn how to maintain the overall condition of your bike. With this knowledge you can save money and stop having to depend on the skills of a mechanic for basic maintenance. Bring your bike to class! english as a second language (ESL) Noncredit Beginner & Intermediate ESL Academic Mastery of the English language is essential for improving educational and professional opportunities. Our courses help speakers of other languages master their English conversation, reading, writing, and grammar skills. Dominar el idioma inglés es esencial para mejorar las oportunidades educacionales y profesionales. Nuestros cursos de inglés como segundo idioma (ESL) ayudan a que personas que hablan otros idiomas aprendan y dominen las destrezas de conversación, lectura, escritura, y gramática en inglés. START DATE: Tuesday, January 21 & Wednesday, January 22 END DATE: Tuesday, May 6 & Wednesday, May 7* Beginner ESL Academic (092) /22-5/7 Mon, Wed & Fri* 9:00-11:40am l TBA $800 Beginner Advance ESL Academic (094) /21-5/6 Tue & Thurs 9:00-1:00pm l TBA $800 Beginner ESL Academic (092) /22-5/7 Mon & Wed* 5:00-9:00pm l TBA $800 Beginner Advance ESL Academic (094) /21-5/6 Tues & Thurs 5:00-9:00pm l TBA $800 *NO CLASSES will be held the week of March during Spring Break. Inquiries about English as a Second Language (ESL) or to register, please contact ESL office; Leominster Campus, Jose Mangual Las consultas sobre el inglés como segundo idioma (ESL) o para inscribirse, comuníquese con la oficina de ESL; Campus Leominster, Jose Mangual It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 21

22 food & beverages Kitchen Skills For The Home Cook /29 6:00 8:30pm g Chef George McHugh $39 You will learn basic knife skills, kitchen safety, culinary terms and an Introductionduction to kitchen tools and cookware. Students will learn to chop, mince and julienne, and make a healthy dish as a result of this fun experience. Please bring dishtowel/apron, paring knife, 8 inch chef knife and container to bring home finished product. Valentine s Dinner Couples Cooking /12 6:00 9:00pm g Chef George McHugh $96 per couple Spend the evening cooking with that special someone and then enjoy the fruits of your labor. Create a three course gourmet menu. Menu consists of scallops wrapped in prosciutto, baked stuffed chicken breast with a sauce and pink lemonade pie. Please bring dish towel/apron, paring knife, containers to bring home finished product. Savor The Taste Of Sicily /19 6:00 8:30pm g Chef George McHugh $45 Students will learn to make items that reflect the taste of Sicily. You will prepare traditional Calzones and Stromboli. Bring a dish towel/ apron, paring knife and containers to bring products home. Appreciate the Taste of Asia /26 6:00 8:30pm g Chef George McHugh $45 In this class, you will learn to make items that reflect the taste of Asia. Students will prepare Asian lettuce wraps (chicken or beef) accompanied by a traditional fried rice. Please bring dish towel/apron, paring knife and container to bring your items home. Made At Home Delights /10 6:15-8:15pm g TBA $29 In this class you will make items like yogurt, dessert sauces and a few other treats. Create healthier foods for your family and avoid chemicals in your food. You will learn tips and techniques for foolproof dessert sauces too. Come learn great tips to making homemade items! Materials list will be given at registration. Chowda-Soup Fest /12 6:00 8:30pm g Chef George McHugh $45 Join us and learn to make traditional New England clam chowder and a hearty chicken noodle soup. Please bring dishtowel/apron, paring knife and containers to bring your food home. Sushi For Vegetarians /26 6:00 9:00pm g Chef George McHugh $51 Vegetarian sushi is easy and fun to make. No fish to filet, just veggies and easy to find and make vegan foods and sauces. Learn how to roll your own and take home recipes and your very own, hand-made roll. You will also learn how to make pickled ginger. Bring dishtowel/ apron, paring knife and containers to bring home your goods. Sushi mats provided. 22 g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

23 Time-Honored Smoking & Grilling Techniques /7 6:00 8:30pm g Chef George McHugh $49 Just in time for summer cookouts, learn the basics to smoking your own ribs. This includes creating your own rubs and marinades. You will learn how to grill the perfect kabob. Bring dish towel/apron, paring knife and container to bring your food home. Secrets Of The Caterer rd Wed. of each month Self-paced w Ed2go $125 Catering is a business that has become very popular, especially for those who love to cook and plan parties. In this Introductionductory course, you will learn how to put your cooking and party planning skills to work. Register at: For more details see our ONLINE Classes on page 39. crafts, hobbies, & art food & beverages Alter Your Clothing /27-2/5 Mon & Wed 6:00 9:00pm g Elizabeth Buck $105 Are you interested in designing your own clothes? This 12- hour class will introduce you to four fabric altering techniques- stenciling, bleaching, embroidery, and stamping. This will allow you to breathe new life into your wardrobe and define your unique style. Students will be required to bring pencil, eraser, and a drawing pad along with old clothing or fabric to work with. Materials included. Watercolor Journal /10 6:00 8:00pm g Denise Dayton $49 Make a journal and capture memories, vignettes from your garden or favorite moments using watercolors. Learn how to embellish your journal with lettering and doodles. No experience necessary beginners encouraged! Materials included. Make Your Own Mini Books /18 6:00 8:00pm g Denise Dayton $40 Miniature books are fun to display, to give as gifts and to wear as jewelry! All supplies are included in the workshop. You ll take home a finished mini book and instructions for variations. Wool Felting /24 & 2/26 6:15-8:15pm g Karen Sugalski $95 Students will learn the history of felting and the science behind the craft. Students will make a flat pattern using the needle felting technique. Wet felting will be Introductionduced and two different scarf techniques with the wet felting technique will be explored. Materials included. Make Your Own Mini Mutt /24 6:00 8:00pm g Denise Dayton $50 Mini mutts are the perfect pets no chewed shoes, no vet bills, no accidents! You ll take home a finished mini mutt and patterns to make toys, a bowl and even a bed. Materials included. It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 23

24 crafts, hobbies, & art Make Your Own Tiny Teddy Bear /25 6:00 8:00pm g Denise Dayton $50 Make a tiny jointed teddy bear to display, give as a gift, or wear as jewelry. You may want to bring a small table lamp and turbo reading glasses. Materials included. Selling Your Crafts On Etsy /3 6:00 7:00pm g Shelley Errington Nicholson $25 Become an Entrepreneur; learn how to sell your craft items to create a profitable business on Etsy. You will develop the skills to market your items on the website to start earning money for your crafts. Make Your Own Bitty Bunny /8 6:00 8:00pm g Denise Dayton $50 Just in time for Easter, make a miniature jointed bunny to put in a basket or use in a springtime display. You will take home a finished bunny and patterns for clothes and accessories. Materials included. Kid s Beading Class /3 9:30am-12:00pm g Marybeth Hayward $29 You will make 4 pairs of dangle earrings using the latest techniques. You can then use these techniques to create pendants, and bracelets in all different colors. Learn the basic techniques for designing and fabricating beaded dangle earrings (for pierced ears only). Let your imagination go wild and create gifts for someone special this spring! All beads will be provided and tools will be available for use. Must be years old. Beading Class /7 6:30-8:30 pm g Marybeth Hayward $45 You will make 6 pairs of dangle earrings using the latest technique. You can then use these techniques to create pendants, and bracelets in all different colors. Learn the basic techniques for designing and fabricating beaded dangle earrings (for pierced ears only). Let your imagination go wild and create long lasting gifts for others. Supplies and tools included in price. Drawing For The Absolute Beginner rd Wed. of each month Self-paced w Ed2go $125 Gain a solid foundation and understanding of the basics to drawing and become the artist you ve always dreamed you could be! You ll become intimately familiar with paper types, drawing styles, rendering techniques and the basic principal of perspective, layout, design, lighting, volume, and space. Register at: For more details see our ONLINE Classes on page g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

25 music Beginner s Ukulele CRN# DATE Mondays TIME LOCATION INSTRUCTOR PRICE /27-3/10 (No class 2/17) 6:30 8:00pm g Danno Sullivan $144 This class is for anyone who would like to learn the basics quickly and start playing songs. Simple chords and a focus on interesting strumming techniques mean you will sound great after just one class. Intermediate Ukulele CRN# DATE Mondays TIME LOCATION INSTRUCTOR PRICE /24-5/5 (No class 4/21) 6:30 8:00pm g Danno Sullivan $144 Your uke s tiny and a cutie, but you can make real music with it and this class will help you ratchet your skills to the next level. Requirements: basic chords, and ability to transition between them. National Ukulele Day Mini-Festival /3 11:00am-4:00pm g TBA $10 Each May brings National Play Your Ukulele Day - a chance to change the world four strings at a time by playing your ukulele, sharing it, teaching others to play and ukulele fellowship. For many, every day is play your ukulele day, so pull out your ukulele and play like there is no tomorrow. There will be workshops, open mic, sing-a-longs, guest performers, and strumming for everyone. Theme food available for purchase, space is limited, register early. Music Made Easy rd Wed. of each month Self-paced w Ed2go $125 If you enjoy music and would like to know more about what makes it work, this is the course for you. You ll gain a complete understanding of rhythm, melody, and harmony, and you ll be able to recognize pitches on the musical staff and on the keyboard. Register at: For more details see our ONLINE Classes on page 39. theatre Get In The Act- For Children (Grades 1 3) CRN# DATE Mondays TIME LOCATION INSTRUCTOR PRICE /27-3/10 (No class 2/17) 4:00 5:00pm g Paige Crane $59 Spark your child s imagination and introduce your budding actor to the world of theatre. We ll create characters, tell stories, play theatre games, and sing songs and dance. On the last day we will share the magic with parents. It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 25

26 theatre Get In The Act- For Juniors (Grades 4 6) Mondays /27-3/10 (No class 2/17) 5:00 6:00pm g Paige Crane $59 Learn how to shine on stage ~ Broadway style! We ll build the foundation of acting through improvisation, pantomime, characterization, stage direction, song and dance. On the last day we will share the magic with parents. Get In The Act- For Teens And Adults (Grades 7 & up) CRN# DATE Mondays TIME LOCATION INSTRUCTOR PRICE /27-3/10 (No class 2/17) 6:00 7:00pm g Joey Andrade $59 Everybody can act with the right tools! We ll develop the actor s toolbox through vocal exercises, pantomime, improvisation, stage direction and movement. Character development, scene building and audition techniques will also be in the spotlight. photography How To Use Your Digital Camera Settings And Controls /28 & 2/4 6:00-9:00pm g Norm Eggert Photography $75 What are all those bells and whistles on your digital camera? Most digital cameras have lots of settings and controls that can be very confusing. In this class you will learn how to navigate your camera s controls and which settings to use to make the best possible photograph with your digital camera. Please bring your camera and instruction book to class. Documentary Photography Winter In The North Quabbin Region /29-3/5 Wednesdays 6:00-9:00pm g Norm Eggert Photography $235 In this 24-hour class you will work on a project to document the North Quabbin Region in the wintertime. The class will teach you how to better handle the technical aspects of digital photography and it will help you to improve your compositional skills while working on a class project that will culminate in a photography show of the students work in the late spring. There will be two Saturday field trips on February 8 & 22 with the instructor. How To Improve Composition In Your Photographs CRN# DATE Tuesdays TIME LOCATION INSTRUCTOR PRICE /4-4/8 (No class 3/18) 6:30 9:30pm g Norm Eggert Photography $185 This 18-hour class is designed to help you improve your photographic compositions. You will make them more exciting and interesting, for both you and the viewer. Important compositional tools, like using the right light, point of view, simplicity, color, patterns, lines, shapes and other techniques, will be discussed that will make your photographs POP! There will be a fieldtrip on Saturday March 22 with the instructor. 26 g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

27 photography Original Photoshop Compositions /3-4/17 Thursdays 6:30 9:00pm g Craig Devonshire $75 Enjoy creating Photoshop compositions constructed images for family or friends while producing unique and memorable posters, magazine and book covers, calendars, invitations, awards, stamps, stickers, packaging and more. health & wellness Stop Smoking with Hypnosis /15 7:00-9:30pm g Linda E. Donalds $45 Are you ready to stop smoking? Hypnosis addresses the mind at a subconscious level and releases the underlying reasons for why you have continued to smoke. Linda E. Donalds, BCH is a Board Certified Hypnotist and Certified Instructor for the National Guild of Hypnotists. Reaching Your Optimal Health Series /24, 3/3, 3/10 6:00-8:00pm g Irene Drabkin $89 (Sign up for one workshop or all three, signing up for all three will save you $15.) 1. Reaching Your Optimal Health Series: Weigh Less And Live More /24 6:00-8:00pm g Irene Drabkin $35 In this workshop you will learn the tools and tricks that will help you eat sensibly and keep the pounds off for a lifetime of health and wellness. You will learn how to set goals to maximize success, dangers of restrictive diets, 3 steps to effortless weight loss and much more! Reaching Your Optimal Health Series: Nutrition For Energy /3 6:00-8:00pm g Irene Drabkin $35 In this workshop you will learn about the three basic concepts that affect your energy, eat for sustained energy that will last you all day, how to reduce dependence on caffeine and sugar, use the right food to improve your concentration and boost your mental clarity and much more! Reaching Your Optimal Health Series: Stress Management Made Simple /10 6:00-8:00pm g Irene Drabkin $35 Chronic stress is not something you can cure with a pill. In this workshop you will build a tool kit with the coping strategies that you can use any time you need it. It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 27

28 health & wellness Reaching Emotional Balance & Releasing Emotional Eating /31 6:00-8:00pm g Irene Drabkin $35 You will learn about the practical tools on how to overcome an abusive relationship with food while reducing anxiety & increasing pleasure in your life. In this class you will uncover the underlying causes of emotional eating, you will learn the How To strategies. I will show you how to make Friends with Food and have a healthy, conscious, joyful and adventurous relationship with your new Friend! Hypnosis For Healthy Weight Loss /2-4/23 Wednesdays 7:00-9:30pm g Linda E. Donalds, BCH $129 Lose weight and look great this summer and then also continue to keep that healthy weight. Learn how to change your behaviors and make healthier choices by making the positive changes not just consciously, but also at the subconscious level where your whole mind is aligned toward achieving your goal. When you use self-hypnosis to change how your mind thinks and feels about food, you will lose weight and keep it off. Linda E. Donalds, BCH is a Board Certified Hypnotist and Certified Instructor for the National Guild of Hypnotists. Surviving The American Supermarket /8 6:00-8:00pm g Irene Drabkin $35 This class will help you navigate the supermarket with label reading and food shopping techniques so you can make smart choices that are proven to help you lose weight and feel great! You ll learn why you need to know how to find the RIGHT and recognize the WRONG foods. You ll also learn the10 most unhealthy ingredients, their side effects and how to watch out for them. I will also share my top 3 how to strategies for safe shopping and healthy eating. The Journey Through Grief; Coping With & Recovering From Loss /14 7:00-9:00pm g Kimberly Amato $29 When a loved one, friend or pet dies, we are often left confused, saddened and lost, unsure of what to do or how to support others in their grief. We will explore the journey through grief and creative ways to cope with our own loss or support a loved one through theirs. Discover resources, hope and support as you heal. Certificate In Spirituality, Health, And Healing rd Wed. of each month Self-paced w Ed2go $149 The Spirituality, Health, and Healing certificate program offers a multidisciplinary educational experience. Your certificate in Spirituality, Health, and Healing will distinguish you as a knowledgeable, skilled, and committed professional. Register at: For more details see our ONLINE Classes on page g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

29 new age Reiki I /28 & 2/4 7:00-9:00pm g Nichole Carter $65 Reiki is a gentle, yet powerful laying on of hands healing technique. Reiki I will focus on healing the physical body. Required book is included in price. Reiki II available 3/25, CRN# Understanding Your Energetic Anatomy /29 7:00-9:00pm g Kimberly Amato $29 Did you ever wonder what your energetic anatomy is? Learn about auras, the chakras, psychic senses and the different ways we can balance our energy, ground, heal and protect ourselves. Palmistry For Beginners CRN# DATE Mondays TIME LOCATION INSTRUCTOR PRICE /3-3/3 (No class 2/17) 7:00-9:00pm g Diane DiPietro $85 Learn the basics of Palmistry! This class will cover the shape of the hands, the fingers, the major lines and the mounts-as well as practice on each other. The way the lines come together on your hands tells your story. Learn how to become the story teller with palmistry. Materials included. Advanced Energetic Anatomy /4-2/25 Wednesdays 6:30-9:00pm g Kimberly Amato $75 Energetic Anatomy is the study of the human chakra system. In this advanced class, we will explore the symbolism and energy of each of the chakras in greater depth, relative to universal consciousness, as well as the way in which you, as an individual, can work with this energy to manifest positive change through making conscious choices about work, money, relationships and your own sense of self. Attending the Basic Energy Anatomy course is suggested. Handouts will be provided. Tarot For Beginners /11-3/11 Tuesdays 7:00-9:00pm g Nichole Carter $125 Learn to use the 78-card tarot deck to reveal hidden truths and receive guidance. The course covers several card spreads to help you get the answers you seek. Be able to perform readings for others. Required book and tarot deck are included. Guided Meditation /5 & 3/12 6:00-8:00pm g Diane DiPietro $45 Do you feel stressed out or overwhelmed? Do you have trouble relaxing? Are you just looking for a fun way to step outside of your perceived reality? Come try this two session Guided Meditation Workshop. We will explore several journeys each evening. All of them designed to be easy to recreate when you journey on your own. Reiki II /25 & 4/1 7:00 9:00pm g Nichole Carter $49 Learn the Reiki symbols and how to do long distance healing. Level II is all about healing the emotional self and is required to practice Reiki professionally. Prerequisite: Reiki I class and textbook. It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 29

30 new age Working With Crystals Introduction /26 7:00-9:00pm g Kimberly Amato $ /28 7:00-9:00pm g Kimberly Amato $29 Learn how crystals can help bring abundance, love, protection, healing and balance to your life. Choosing, cleansing and programming your crystals are also discussed. Samples of crystals will be provided. Working With Crystals- Part /2 7:00-9:00pm g Kimberly Amato $ /5 7:00-9:00pm g Kimberly Amato $29 Learn where and how to use specific crystals to manifest change in your life. Class includes discussion of grids, pendulums, shapes and combinations of crystals to bring about positive change. Bring your favorite crystals to class to use! Prerequisite: Working with Crystals Introduction. Women s Night Out, Ghost Hunt /25-26 Friday & Saturday 5:00pm-4:00am Wachusett Village Inn Melissa Croteau $149 A LIVE investigation will give you hands-on learning as we will begin by studying the different types of paranormal activities. Explore both the scientific and metaphysical techniques used in this area of investigation. Learn to use the investigating equipment and process our findings. We will go to the Wachusett Village Inn for a light dinner and an overnight investigative visit to record and then process the aftermath of our investigation. Participants must be 18 years old or older. Price is all-inclusive. Spring Cleaning; Home, Mind, Body And Soul /30 7:00-9:00pm g Kimberly Amato $29 Come learn how smudging, sound therapy, crystals and more can be used to clear stagnant, negative and old energy in your home and your aura. You will learn to create a sacred, loving and protected space. We will teach you how to cut the cords and how to welcome in and attract abundance, prosperity, health, and positive and loving energy. Ghost Hunt For Guys /23-24 Friday & Saturday 5:00pm-4:00am Wachusett Village Inn TBA $149 Gain a unique look in a unique setting into the realm of the supernatural. Delve into the mystery and methods of paranormal investigating from an expert. Explore both the scientific and metaphysical techniques used in this area of investigation. You will also learn how to review the evidence, searching for both normal and paranormal explanations. We will go to the Wachusett Village Inn for a light dinner and an overnight investigative visit to record and then process the aftermath of our investigation. Participants must be 18 years old or older. Price is all-inclusive. Angel Card Reading Basics /7 7:00-9:00pm g Kimberly Amato $45 A basic introduction to the Angels and Archangels and the use of angel cards to receive loving and divine guidance and insight. Learn how to give 1 and 3 card readings for yourself and others. Angel Oracle cards included. 30 g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

31 90 Day Career Path Certificates A 90 Day Career Path Certificate from MWCC is an investment you won t regret. Our Career Path Certificates take as little as 90 days and provide an action plan to start a new career. Our unique programs deliver valuable skills and knowledge in key areas that align with current career trends. Your time is extremely valuable so our 90 Day Career Path Certificates fit busy schedules and give you fast options to change your career path! We offer 90 Day Career Path Certificates for: Accounting Administrative Assistant Entrepreneurship Start Your Own Arts And Crafts Business Holistic and Alternative Health Administrative Office Assistant Computer and internet access is required for these classes. It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 31

32 90 Day Career Path Certificates 90 Career Path Certificate Information Session /13 6:30-7:30pm g TBA FREE With our unique Career Path Noncredit Certificate programs you will gain valuable knowledge and skills to start your new career. Make your move right now and don t waste time. During this info sessions you will learn what certificate fits you best, what FREE noncredit class you will receive and how these classes will lead you into our credit degree programs. Registration is required. Changing Careers? Job Search Strategies /12-5/15 Mon-Thurs 6:30-8:30pm g Janine Desgres $95* Changing careers requires careful research planning, and preparation. Learn how to communicate your value to an employer and successfully transition to your new career. Course includes Job Hunting Handbook. *This class can be yours FREE upon completion of your entire certificate program! accounting administrative assistant 68 hours for $590 CAREER PATH NONCREDIT CERTIFICATE Accounting Fundamentals 2/19 Self-paced w Ed2go $125 You ll learn the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, as well as how to analyze and record financial transactions. You ll get hands-on experience with handling accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes, and various common banking activities. Intermediate Word 3/4 & 3/6 6:00-8:00pm g Missi Sargent $61 Word 2012-Learn to work with tables; graphics, using the mail merge tool, tracking changes, hyperlinks, inserting citations and bibliographies, setting Word options, using and creating templates, and simple macros. Microsoft Outlook /11 6:00-8:00pm g Missi Sargent $39 With Microsoft Outlook you ll instantly enhance your efficiency and productivity. You ll learn how to manage s, create folders and archives so you can find what you need. Then you ll discover how to keep track of your contacts and how to use Outlook s Calendar and Alert features Introduction to Excel /25 & 3/27 6:00-8:00pm g Missi Sargent $61 This course will cover hyperlinks, conditional formatting, formatting as tables, working with large worksheets, creating charts, using text and numeric formulas, the lookup command, pivot tables, and simple macros. Excel experience required. 32

33 90 Day Career Path Certificates Customer Service Skill Building 4/16 & 4/23 7:00-9:00pm g Maria Brogna $49 This course is appropriate for anyone interested in obtaining a job or pursuing a career in retail and other sales-focused industries. By earning a certificate in customer service candidates can demonstrate their knowledge and skills in work areas the employer s value. Accounting Fundamentals II 4/16 Self-paced w Ed2go $125 In Accounting Fundamentals II, you ll explore such topics as special journals, uncollectible accounts receivable, plant assets, depreciation, notes and interest, accrued revenue and expenses, dividends, retained earnings, and various financial reports for corporations. Resume Evaluation & Ace the Interview Techniques 5/1 & 5/8 6:30-9:30pm g Nicholson & Forhan $130 This resume evaluation workshop will focus on how to craft a resume to highlight your career goals, academic and professional successes and capitalize on your past and present work experience. Sample resumes will be reviewed and students are encouraged to bring drafts of their own resumes for discussion. This workshop will focus on the skills needed for a successful job interview and contact helpful information such as how to dress for success, how to research the job and company before the interview and a review of some of the most commonly asked questions. The student will learn how to go into an interview with confidence and to ace that interview! entrepreneurship CAREER PATH NONCREDIT CERTIFICATE 71 hours for $608 Start And Operate Your Own Home-Based Business 2/19 Self-paced w Ed2go $125 Starting a home-based business is the hottest trend in today s challenging business environment! Learn how to be your own boss and eliminate the stress of having a job. The benefits of working from home are endless! Earn what you deserve, be independent, have tax deductions, do away with traffic, office politics and more! Social Networking For The Small Business 3/5 & 3/12 7:30-8:30pm g Maria Brogna $35 Social network marketing is at this time the single most important form of marketing large scale businesses can do. The spectacular thing about social media marketing is that it evens the scale for smaller businesses to use the same methods and tactics the big players do in order to get their advertising to their customers. No matter if your new or been around for years we will show you how to increase your client base. It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 33

34 90 Day Career Path Certificates The Basics of Website Building 3/25, 3/27 & 4/1 6:00-9:00pm g Craig Devonshire $119 A website name that stands out from the crowd is one of the strongest ways to begin developing a successful site. In many cases, the more off-the-beaten track, the better- even if only to draw curious first-time viewers. On the net, the creativity of content is literally boundless hindered only by our own imaginations. A variety of search engine optimization techniques are described, along with various ways to potentially earn income from a site. Creating a Successful Business Plan 4/16 Self-paced w Ed2go $125 Turn your business ideas into a solid plan for financing and long-term success. Committing your idea to paper in the form of a business plan not only increases your chances of obtaining financing, but also in keeping your business strategically focused. With the support of your instructor and a network of like-minded students, you ll work through all of the major components of writing a business plan and emerge with your first draft in hand. And most importantly, you will have completed the first--and most difficult--step on the path to small business success. How To Keep The Books 4/22 & 4/24 6:00-9:00pm g TBA $75 You ll learn the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, as well as how to analyze and record financial transactions. You ll get hands-on experience with handling accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes, and various common banking activities. Develop Presentations for Prospective Investors 4/29 & 5/8 6:00-9:00pm g TBA $129 Your business is a sales presentation to investors. You are selling your belief that you can execute a business plan that will make the prospective investors money. Students will learn how to find prospective investors; prepare for the presentation; sell an idea in as little as 5-10 minutes; effectively use visual aids; and have a chance to pitch their idea to a mock investor. start your own arts and crafts business CAREER PATH NONCREDIT CERTIFICATE 71 Hours for $637 Get Started Blogging For Fun And Profit 2/12 6:30-7:30pm g Denise Dayton $35 Are you ready for your voice to be heard? Inspire, entertain and inform readers with your very own blog. We ll talk about WordPress and other tools and resources. 34 g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

35 90 Day Career Path Certificates Start Your Own Arts and Crafts Business 2/19 Self-paced w Ed2go $125 You ll discover how to find your niche within your chosen craft and how to create your own unique business identity. You ll also see what makes marketing in the arts and crafts business different from marketing in most other enterprises, and you ll find a sales approach that meshes with your personality and preserves your creative integrity. You ll get insider secrets too, learning how to find and get into the best craft shows, as well as design booths that really draw customers in. You ll also discover how to price your work effectively so you can set yourself up for success whether you re selling through craft shows, in galleries, online, or even in your own retail store. Selling Your Products on Etsy 3/3 6:00-7:00pm g Shelley Errington Nicholson $29 Want to learn how to sell your items to create a profitable business on Etsy.com? You will learn the skills to market your items on the website to start earning money for your products. The Basics of Website Building 3/25, 3/27 & 4/1 6:00-9:00pm g Craig Devonshire $119 A website name that stands out from the crowd is one of the strongest ways to begin developing a successful site. In many cases, the more off-the-beaten track, the better- even if only to draw curious first-time viewers. On the net, the creativity of content is literally boundless hindered only by our own imaginations. A variety of search engine optimization techniques are described, along with various ways to potentially earn income from a site. Learn to Buy and Sell on ebay 4/16 Self-paced w Ed2go $125 Online auctions match buyers with sellers in a global marketplace for almost any item. You ll learn how to create titles that get noticed and how to create and upload photos of the items you are selling. You ll also learn how to safely conduct financial transactions, how to accept credit card payments, and how to pack and ship any item hassle-free. If you re a buyer you ll learn, how to get the best possible price, how to protect yourself against fraud, and how to compete effectively against other bidders. How To Keep The Books 4/22 & 4/24 6:00-9:00pm g TBA $75 A key aspect to running your business is keeping the appropriate books and records. Explore a variety of record and bookkeeping tools that are available to simplify your work and streamline your small business management Develop Presentations for Prospective Investors 4/29 & 5/8 6:00-9:00pm g TBA $129 Your business pitch is a sales presentation for investors. You are selling your belief that you can execute a business plan that will make the prospective investors money. Students will learn how to find prospective investors; prepare for the presentation; sell an idea in as little as 5-10 minutes; effectively use visual aids; and have a chance to pitch their idea to a mock investor. It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 35

36 90 Day Career Path Certificates holistic and alternative health CAREER PATH NONCREDIT CERTIFICATE 67 hours for $672 Reiki I 1/28 & 2/4 7:00-9:00pm g Nichole Carter $65 Reiki I focuses on healing the physical body. You will be able to give Reiki to yourself, family, friends, and even your pets. The required text is Essential Reiki: A complete Guide to an Ancient healing Art by Diane Stein. Spirituality, Health, and Healing 2/19 Self-paced w Ed2go $149 Spirituality, religion, and culture play an important role in health and healing. Health care systems and health care professionals must recognize and understand a variety of spiritual and religious values, beliefs, and practices and their impact on health and healing. To meet the needs of a spiritually and culturally diverse client population, today s health care system is evolving in its approach. Knowledgeable providers who can deliver compassionate, effective care and meet their clients and patients spiritual needs are in dramatically increasing demand. To gain a broad understanding of spirituality, health, and healing and to stay current with emerging trends, health professionals who work with diverse religious and spiritual populations will need continuing professional education. Guided Mediation 3/5 & 3/12 6:00-8:00pm g Diane DiPietro $45 Do you feel stressed out or overwhelmed? Do you have trouble relaxing? Are you just looking for a fun way to step outside of your perceived reality? Come try this two session Guided Meditation Workshop. We will explore several journeys each evening, all of them designed to be easy to recreate when you journey on your own. Reaching Emotional Balance & Releasing Emotional Eating 3/31 6:00-8:00pm g Irene Drabkin $35 In this class you will uncover the underlying causes of mood swings, depression and anxiety as we cover topics such as signs of depression and anxiety, herbs to support emotional balance and stress management techniques. Complementary and Alternative Medicine 4/16 Self-paced w Ed2go $199 Today s health care system is evolving in its approach to the health and care of a culturally and ethnically diverse client population. In the United States, the aging population, an increasing public awareness of major risk factors contributing to chronic illness, and the public s growing desire for alternative health care options are just a few of the factors behind the expanding interest in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). Rapidly gaining in popularity, CAM is used by more than 40% of the U.S. population. 36 g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

37 90 Day Career Path Certificates Customer Service Skill Building 4/16 & 4/23 7:00-9:00pm g Maria Brogna $49 This course is appropriate for anyone interested in obtaining a job or pursuing a career in retail and other sales-focused industries. By earning a certificate in customer service candidates can demonstrate their knowledge and skills in work areas the employer s value. Resume Evaluation & Ace the Interview Techniques 5/1 & 5/8 6:30-9:30pm g Nicholson & Forhan $130 This resume evaluation workshop will focus on how to craft a resume to highlight your career goals, academic and professional successes and capitalize on your past and present work experience. Sample resumes will be reviewed and students are encouraged to bring drafts of their own resumes for discussion. This ace the interview workshop will focus on the skills needed for a successful job interview and contact helpful information such as how to dress for success, how to research the job and company before the interview and a review of some of the most commonly asked questions. The student will learn how to go into an interview with confidence and to ace that interview! administrative office assistant CAREER PATH NONCREDIT CERTIFICATE 74 hours for $665 Administrative Assistant Fundamentals 2/19 Self-paced w Ed2go $125 This course will help you discover and master the essentials of managerial and staff support, information and records management, communications technology, travel and meeting coordination, space planning, and office ergonomics. You ll become an indispensable member of your team by identifying opportunities and implementing solutions to turn your office into a high productivity machine. Intermediate Word 3/4 & 3/6 6:00-8:00pm g Missi Sargent $61 Word 2012-Learn to work with tables; graphics, using the mail merge tool, tracking changes, hyperlinks, inserting citations and bibliographies, setting Word options, using and creating templates, and simple macros. Microsoft Outlook /11 6:00-8:00pm g Missi Sargent $39 With Microsoft Outlook you ll instantly enhance your efficiency and productivity. You ll learn how to manage s, create folders and archives so you can find what you need. Then you ll discover how to keep track of your contacts and how to use Outlook s Calendar and Alert features. It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 37

38 90 Day Career Path Certificates Introduction to Access 4/8 & 4/10 6:00-8:00pm g Missi Sargent $61 Microsoft Access is a database management system that allows you to enter, store and query records. Topics will include designing tables, determining data types, primary keys, formats, using the query wizard, creating simple queries, make table queries, appending queries and importing & exporting data. Administrative Assistant Applications 4/16 Self-paced w Ed2go $125 Learn the basics of accounting, including the general ledger and key accounting terms, and see how financial statements and controls help keep your organization moving in a positive direction. Understand the fundamentals of business law, contracts, and the principalagency relationship; discover ethics and organizational politics; and understand the basics of human resources management. Also, discover key management functions such as planning, control, motivation, and organization, discover how to increase creativity. Plus, find out how marketing differs from sales and learn the basics of operations management. Customer Service Skill Building 4/16 & 4/23 7:00-9:00pm g Maria Brogna $49 This course is appropriate for anyone interested in obtaining a job or pursuing a career in retail and other sales-focused industries. By earning a certificate in customer service candidates can demonstrate their knowledge and skills in work areas the employer s value. How To Keep The Books 4/22 & 4/24 6:00-9:00pm g TBA $75 You ll learn the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, as well as how to analyze and record financial transactions. You ll get hands-on experience with handling accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes, and various common banking activities. Resume Evaluation & Ace the Interview Techniques 5/1 & 5/8 6:30-9:30pm g Nicholson & Forhan $130 This resume evaluation workshop will focus on how to craft a resume to highlight your career goals, academic and professional successes and capitalize on your past and present work experience. Sample resumes will be reviewed and students are encouraged to bring drafts of their own resumes for discussion. This workshop will focus on the skills needed for a successful job interview and contact helpful information such as how to dress for success, how to research the job and company before the interview and a review of some of the most commonly asked questions. The student will learn how to go into an interview with confidence and to ace that interview! 38 g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

39 Online Noncredit Certificates & Courses Take a class on your own terms! Courses starting at $85 All courses run for six weeks (with a 10-day grace period at the end). We now offer more than 300 online courses that you can take on your own time and from the comfort and convenience of your home, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Participate in our lively discussion areas. Ask our patient and helpful instructors as many questions as you want, whenever the mood strikes you. HERE S HOW TO GET STARTED: 1. Visit our Online Instruction Center: 2. Click the Courses link, choose the department and course title you are interested in and select the enroll now button. Follow the instructions to enroll in your course. Here you will enter your and choose a password that will grant you access to the classroom. 3. MWCC will then register you in our system and send you a confirmation with information on how to pay for your ed2go class. After payment is made you will be verified and information will be sent to you by ed2go. 4. When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with your and the password you selected during enrollment. SPRING 2014 START DATES: January 15th February 19th March 19th April 16th HOT ED2GO COURSES: Introductionduction to SQL Speed Spanish Beginning Writer s Workshop QuickBooks Human Anatomy and Physiology Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5 Introductionduction to Java Programming PMP Certification Prep 1 GRE Preparation - Part 1 (Verbal and Analytical) GRE Preparation - Part 2 (Quantitative) Real Estate Investing Get Assertive! Basic CompTIA A+ Certification Prep SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: All courses require Internet access, , Microsoft Internet Explorer, or Firefox web browsers. Some courses may have additional requirements. To register visit: It s quick and easy to register pay online at mwcc.edu/noncredit 39

40 To register visit: yougotclass.org/catalog-complete.cfm/mwcc 855-UGotClass or COURSE PRICE DATES DATES NEW! Powerful Presentations & Effective Speaking Techniques $195 February 3-28 April 7 - May 2 NEW! Stress Management $145 April 7 - May 2 June 2-27 NEW! Workplace Ethics And Etiquette $145 February 3-28 April 7 - May 2 NEW! Key Elements Of Elder Care $149 February 3-28 April 7 - May 2 NEW! Marketing With Images $195 March 3-28 May 5-30 NEW! Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Fundamentals $175 March 3-28 May 5-30 Extraordinary Customer Service $145 March 3-28 May 5-30 Keys To Customer Service $145 February 3-28 April 7 - May 2 Boosting Your Web Site Traffic $195 March 3-28 May 5-30 Improving Promotions $195 February 3-28 April 7 - May 2 Online Advertising $195 April 7 - May 2 Media Buying Strategies $195 March 3-28 May 5-30 Management Boot Camp $295 March 3-28 May 5-30 NEW COURSES FOR K12 TEACHERS Gender in the Classroom DATE LOCATION INSTRUCTOR PRICE 3/4-3/29 w Julie Coates and William A. Draves $145 Discover how girls learn, then discover how boys learn. With an optional $40 for one graduate credit from the University of South Dakota. Online Learning and Teaching for K12 Teachers DATE LOCATION INSTRUCTOR PRICE 3/4-3/29 w William A. Draves $145 Find out about all the wonderful etools being used, from drag-and-drop games to virtual labs. Then find out how you can begin to use the web in your own teaching. See why web-enhanced courses are being Introductionduced in K-12 schools. Then take home online strategies for helping your students to learn more and preparing them for the workplace. With an optional $40 for one graduate credit from the University of South Dakota. Substitute Teacher Preparation DATE LOCATION INSTRUCTOR PRICE 3/4-3/29 w David Reilly $145 Understand what is expected of a substitute and how to maximize your value to a school. Find out about how to develop a sub-notebook, understand classroom management, the latest techniques in developing lesson plans, how to use your own portfolio to assist in teaching, and much more. Generational Learning Styles for K12 Teachers DATE LOCATION INSTRUCTOR PRICE 4/7-5/2 w Kassia Dellabough, MS, GCDF $145 We will explore fascinating information on the brain and how each generation has responded to their unique cohort experience. Come away with our top 20 generational techniques for helping your students learn more. With an optional $40 for one graduate credit from the University of South Dakota. 40 g Gardner l Leominster d Devens a Athol North Quabbin w Web-Online

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