1 Division of Continuing Education & Conference Services Idaho State University 921 S. 8th, Stop 8062 Pocatello, Idaho Phone: (208) Fax: (208) Spread your wings and discover new opportunities for growth and learning, as well as all your proven favorites! Classes with credit/non-credit options pp. 4 5 Recertification classes for teachers pp. 4 5 CEU courses for Social Work Professionals p. 6 More than 250 convenient and affordable online courses pp New classes take flight January 28. NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION U.S. POSTAGE P A I D POC ATELLO, ID P E R M I T N O. 4 2 Take Flight DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION SPRING 2008 COURSE CATALOG CLASSES THRU AUGUST 1, 2008 Your vision. Our mission. Lifelong learning at ISU. Spread your wings and discover new opportunities for growth and learning, as well as all your proven favorites! Classes with credit/non-credit options pp. 4 5 Recertification classes for teachers pp. 4 5 CEU courses for Social Work Professionals p. 6 More than 250 convenient and affordable online courses pp New classes take flight January 28.
2 Idaho State University Division of Continuing Education Your Continuing Education Staff On a recent trip to a lifelong learning conference in Orlando, Florida, my three-year-old daughter threw a penny into our resort s wishing-well fountain, wishing aloud to see a beautiful butterfly. Later that same day, her wish was returned three-fold as we biked along the small ponds and man-made lake surrounding our resort. Three generations of my family paused in awe to admire three different butterfly species, including the largest, most stunning Monarch I have ever seen. I was particularly taken by the scene as I had already chosen the cover design for our next Continuing Education catalog - a resplendent butterfly emerging from its chrysalis in preparation for its first flight. That I was participating in this scene during a break from a continuing education-intensive conference cast further light on the synergies reflected in this moment. The life-cycle of a butterfly is a remarkable series of changes between seemingly very different forms, culminating in emergence and flight. Everything about our cover image suggests growth, indicative of the very nature of education and learning, and ultimately, our mission at Continuing Education. The image is representative of our students journey on their quest for personal and professional growth. Scott Teichert Director of Admissions & Continuing Education Courtney Fisher Director of Marketing Your vision Take Flight TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome 2 Professional Development 4-5 Continuing Education for Social Work Professionals 6 Language & Culture 7 While butterflies experience one metamorphosis in a lifetime, human beings are in constant transition and we experience several unique metamorphoses in different stages of our lives. Our quest for knowledge constantly feeds and stores new energies, and over time, we expand and transform into something larger, bolder, and more beautiful. Our mission at Continuing Education takes very seriously your vision to grow and improve both your personal and professional lives. We, too, are constantly seeking to grow our programs to better serve you and brighten your experiences in our classrooms so that you can take flight in any area you so desire. As always, we look forward to serving your lifelong learning needs. Victoria Bañales Director of Conference Services Shirley McElprang Management Assistant Our mission Culinary 8-9 Dance and Fitness Computers & Technology General Computer Workshops 14 S.N.A.R.F. 14 Elderhostel 15 Education-2-Go Online Courses Gatlin Education Online Courses Sincerely, Courtney Fisher Director of Marketing Natalie Hardy Financial Technician Jennifer Maynard JP Administrative Assistant ISU Craft Shop 24 ISU General Information 25 Registration Information 26 Registration Form 27 2 Most classes are held at the Continuing Education Building (across from Pocatello City Hall). Parking is free and plentiful. For directions to other classroom locations, please see page 26. Continuing Education Catalog Production: Creative direction and content: Courtney Fisher Art direction and graphic design: Craig Joseph Lifelong learning at ISU Register today! Call (208)
3 Enhance your employees knowledge and skills with our customized trainings. We ll work directly with you and your company to tailor specific workshops, short courses, conferences or in-house training sessions to meet your business needs and help your employees advance their careers. (208) FISH: catch the energy, release the potential Professional Development Pay just the workshop fee when you register for 0 credit. Working in partnership with Idaho State University s Department of Human Resources, we ll customize this vital customer service training for your group of five or more individuals. You and your colleagues will capture the synergy of effective teamwork, customer service, sales, personal fulfillment and creativity, all while increasing your department s or your company s bottom line. Imagine a workplace where everyone chooses to bring energy, passion and a positive attitude with them each day, an environment in which people are truly connected to their work, to their colleagues and to their customers. This customized training will provide you with the tools to achieve that environment whether your organization is large or small. Call Courtney Fisher or Jennifer Maynard at (208) to schedule your session 2 3 weeks in advance Cost: $25/person finding and landing your ideal job Learn how to identify and land your ideal job. In this course we will work collectively in teams to prepare you for your job search by answering the following questions: What are your interests and strengths? How do you align these with a job that will satisfy you? What documents, strategies, and skills do you need to optimize your job search? Mondays: January 28 February :30pm Cost: $49 ISU Continuing Education Room 203 Instructor: Dr. Sharolyn Belzer start your own home-based internet business in 8 weeks! Start-up your own business for less than $500! This practical, hands-on class will provide you with a step-by-step guide for building your own online business. See details and full course description on page 13. achieving successful business communication skills Identify the skills necessary for successful planning, research, and the use of presentation tools and methods to achieve successful business communication. Designed to aid adult learners in acquiring and improving their business communication methods, students will have the opportunity to learn how to plan, develop, and present both oral and written communication methods. Tuesdays: February pm Cost: $49 ISU Continuing Education Room 203 Instructor: Scott Turner information processing in the business world Learn the basics of computer systems and the role of information processing in today s business environment. Through non-technical language, you ll explore the basics of computer information systems, gaining an understanding of operating systems, programming, and databases. We ll also cover networking and telecommunications, including the Internet. Tuesdays: April pm Cost: $49 ISU Continuing Education Room 125 Instructor: Scott Turner fundamentals of business systems and how they are used Learn the role and impact information systems have in everyday business activities. We ll provide you with a low-tech overview of information systems and their application in business so that you gain an understanding of why information systems are needed and learn how to go about designing a system specific for your business needs. Tuesdays: April 29 May pm Cost: $49 ISU Continuing Education Room 203 Instructor: Scott Turner professional development for health professionals fully online! health program planning This interactive online course is designed to apply the public health skills of planning, implementation, and evaluation to public health programs. Through the text and other assigned readings, an understanding of methods used to undertake successful program planning, implementation, and evaluation will be applied to a course project, with weekly submissions and discussions of the assigned materials. (45 contact hours) Technical Requirements: (1) high speed Internet connection with access to a computer (2) ability to transmit Word and Excel documents. Required Textbook: McKenzie, J. Neiger, B. Smeltzer, J. (2004) Planning, implementing, and evaluating health promotion programs: a primer. Fourth edition. Benjamin Cummings: ISBN Mondays: January 14 March 3 ISU Credit Available! (EXTL498P or DENT598P ) 0-3 Credit Option Cost: $100 ($50/Credit) CE Workshop Fee: $350 Mode of Delivery: Fully Online Instructor: Chris Giso professional development for teachers enhance the way you teach and your students learn Learn how to teach and excite students at any level. Using models for inquiry-based instruction, we ll examine the interactions that take place between teachers and students in a broadly defined classroom and explore how to add innovative new teaching elements to your repertoire. You ll return to your classroom with new strategies that enhance your instruction and provide excitement for learning as a process. Wednesdays: January 30 March pm ISU Credit Available! (EXTL 498P or EXTL 598P or EDUC498P or EDUC598P ) Non-Credit Option Cost: $ Credit Option Cost: $50/Credit plus CE Workshop Fee: $50 ISU Continuing Education Room 203 Instructor: Dr. Sharolyn Belzer emotional intelligence in the classroom Emotions can lead to effective and constructive communication patterns that increase teacher and student satisfaction and productivity, but can also obstruct these goals. This course will address several of the ways in which emotions impact the teachers and students, as well as what has been learned about Emotional Intelligence and how that knowledge can improve the school environment. The focus of the class will be on skill building. Thursdays: January 31 March pm 0-1 Credit Cost: $50/Credit ISU Credit Available! (EXTL 498P or EXTL 598P or EDUC498P or EDUC598P ) Non-Credit Option Cost: $ Credit Option Cost: $50/Credit plus CE Workshop Fee: $49 ISU Continuing Education Room 203 Instructor: Rick Pongratz Ask us about credit/non-credit options for our professional development courses. 4 Many of our classes now offer ISU credit. Ask us about our credit and non-credit options. Please see registration p. 26 for details. Register for credit at 5
4 nasw code of ethics review 1.03 informed consent In this three-hour CEU course you will review the NASW Code of Ethics 1.03: Informed-Consent, gaining new insights and useful applications for your practice. nasw code of ethics review 1.04 competence In this three-hour CEU course you will review the NASW Code of Ethics 1.04: Competence, gaining new insights and useful applications for your practice. clinical courses intermediate conversational spanish If you have already taken one of our Spanish courses or have some background in Spanish, come join in this fun, interactive Spanish course. This class will focus on the two past tenses, present subjunctive tense, and future tense, with emphasis on broadening your existing vocabulary. Early Session: Thursdays: January 31 March 20 Late Session Thursdays: April 10 May pm Cost: $89 ISU Continuing Education Room 158 Instructor: Milagros Banchs ceus available Each course below is worth three Continuing Education Units (CEUs). All courses are facilitated by Richard I. Hooper, LCSW, Ph.D., Idaho State University Associate Professor of Social Work. Courses are fully online, delivered via ISU Moodle. To learn more about earning CEUs for any of the courses below, please contact Jennifer Maynard at (208) Cost: $75 ($25 per CEU). ethics courses nasw code of ethics review 1.01 commitment to clients In this three hour CEU course you will review the NASW Code of Ethics 1.01: Commitment to Clients, gaining new insights and useful applications for your practice. nasw code of ethics review 1.02 self-determination Fully online courses for CEUs Continuing Education for Social Work Professionals In this three-hour CEU course you will review the NASW Code of Ethics 1.02: Self-Determination, gaining new insights and useful applications for your practice. nlp 1: neuro linguist programming In this three-hour CEU course you will learn effective clinical skills to assist your clients with a wide variety of disorders. Specifically, you will: 1. Understand the history, development, and application of NLP 2. Apply the 12 NLP Presuppositions to your clinical practice 3. Assess your clients three ways of knowing (VAK) 4. Use the Mirroring technique to develop a powerful rapport with your clients 5. Practice In Rapport/Out of Rapport exercises 6. Understand and use ANCHORS compassion in mental health care Learn and apply the seven-steps to expand love in your clinical practice. This three CEU course applies the teachings of the Dali Lama to expand love in your life. You will learn and practice the seven-steps to develop the Shield of Compassion when working with difficult clients and co-workers. This training will shield your from Burn-out while increasing your inner peace and joy from your career. how to deal with difficult people In this three CEU seminar learn the skills you need to work with your most difficult clients and co-workers. You will learn to identify the nine personality types of difficult people and practice specific tools to effectively deal with them. stress management as a clinical tool Many clients, regardless of their diagnosis, will benefit from including stress management as part of their treatment plan. You can also improve your work productivity, mental and physical health through stress management. Learn how to assess stress in this CEU course, and use the stress profile to develop three levels of stress management techniques, including Tibetan Buddhist meditation techniques and autogenic training. Language & Culture conversational spanish Welcome travelers, professionals or lifetime learners! Now is the time to finally meet your goal to learn Spanish! Come and experience Spanish in a fun learning environment. This course will cover basic conversation and vocabulary, emphasizing role play and pronunciation. Early Session Tuesdays: January 29 March18 Late Session Tuesdays: April 8 May pm Cost: $89 ISU Continuing Education Room 158 Instructor: Milagros Banchs conversational chinese Learn basic conversational Chinese by practicing fundamental speaking and listening skills. Build a core of expressions and vocabulary needed in travel or as a basis for further study. You ll also learn interesting cultural information. Mondays: March 3 April 14 (No class 3/24) 6 8pm Cost: $69 ISU Continuing Education Room 159 Instructor: Weiye Li chinese culture An introduction to historical and cultural perspectives on China. Topics covered will include different aspects of traditional Chinese cultures with a view to understanding contemporary Chinese society. Taught by a native Chinese expert, you ll explore history, music, art, literature and social aspects of this fascinating culture. Mondays: April 21 May :30pm Cost: $49 ISU Continuing Education Room 160 Instructor: Weiye Li clutter clearing with feng shui You started to clear the clutter, but seemed to have lost the drive to complete the task. Learn the importance of imagination and intention to strengthening your resolve for the clutter clearing battle. Dare to take the next step and you ll be on your way to dramatically improving your mood, energy, and environment! Thursdays: January 24, 31 & February 7 6 8pm Cost: $35 ISU Continuing Education ELS Lounge Instructor: Z Bahti 6 7
5 Culinary Culinary classes are held at Idaho State University s Albion Hall, Foods Lab, Room 102. See registration page 26 for map of location. romantic dinners for two Just in time for Valentine s Day, you ll learn to incite passion and create a romance without ever leaving home. Treat your significant other to a unique date night or come incognito so you can surprise your loved one on that special day. Tuesday, February 5 5:30 7:30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Emily Fisher soup s on! Learn soup variations from simple, creamy soups to heartier fare while you sample recipes like butternut squash curry soup, tomato basil with toasted Gruyère croutons, and lemongrass corn chowder. Tuesday, February 19 5:30 7:30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Emily Fisher essential culinary skills Learn essential culinary skills including: knife skills and handling; techniques for dicing and julienne; cooking methods; and useful culinary terms from mire poix to mise en place. Sample new recipes while you practice your new skills! Tuesday, February 26 5:30 7:30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Dan Melton on the side Learn tasty, simple side dishes to round out a meat-based meal or mix and match a few for a healthy, delicious vegetarian meal. Tuesday, March 4 5:30 7:30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Emily Fisher seafood lovers dream From salmon and shrimp to scallops and tilapia, this class will introduce you to methods of cooking succulent seafood dishes. Learn to prepare unique sauces to pair with seafood and when to poach, sauté or grill your seafood selection. Tuesday, March 11 5:30 7:30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Dan Melton simply healthy holiday brunches With Easter and Mother s Day right around the corner, you ll discover simple commonsense skills for eating and enjoying delicious healthy holiday brunch fare. Thursday, March 13 5:30 7:30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Tracie Chandler, MHE classic california cuisine Inspired by Wolfgang Puck s dedication to using only the freshest seasonal ingredients, this class will explore the flavors and style of California cooking with simple, delicious dishes that are as at home on the family table as they are at a dinner party. Tuesday, March 18 5:30 7:30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Emily Fisher cooking for a crowd Overwhelmed by all it takes to entertain well? Learn practical, straightfoward ideas for developing menus, recipes and strategies for entertaining 10 to 50 people. Tuesday, April 8 5:30 7:30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Emily Fisher small bites Celebrating the delight of tasty finger foods from around the world, this class is packed with ideas for small, delectable dishes that are perfect for chic but informal meals, entertaining, picnics and more. Tuesday, April 22 5:30 7:30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Emily Fisher cooking with spices and herbs View and identify a variety of fresh herbs and spices. Explore pairings of herbs and spices on different dishes with practice recipes. Tuesday, April 29 5:30 7:30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Dan Melton cooking on a budget You don t have to have unlimited means to enjoy delicious dining. Learn basic cooking techniques in order to prepare healthy, fast, inexpensive and flavorful meals on a budget. Tuesday, May 6 5:30 7:30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Emily Fisher italian classics Enjoy an introduction to some classic Italian recipes from piccata to polenta and risotto to gnocchi. *This class may take an additional 30 minutes. Tuesday, May pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Dan Melton meat fabrication An introduction to meat fabrication for the home cook. You ll learn the fundamentals of purchasing, handling, and storing meat; techniques for fabricating (butchering) cuts for the home kitchen; meat grinding; and tips for making homemade sausage. Tuesday, May 20 5:30 7:30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Emily Fisher simply healthy baking Just in time for Mother s Day, you ll learn to tantalize taste buds as you create deliciously healthy baked goods from tempting homemade breads to scrumptious sweet treats. Thursday, May 8 5:30 7:30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Tracie Chandler, MHE indian cuisine An introduction to the sophisticated yet subtle flavors of Indian Cuisine, this course is taught by an Indian native and restaurateur. Monday, March 10 5:30-7:30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Sanju Choudhury INDULGE YOUR PASSION FOR FOOD AND VALUE! For less than $20/class you ll enjoy: Hands-on participation ~ you ll learn exciting cooking techniques by actually preparing recipes in class. A bountiful sampling of all dishes prepared in class ~ filling and tasty enough to call dinner! A personal recipe packet to take home A deliciously rare night out with the girls A uniquely delicious date night with your favorite partner Personalized demonstration from a trained professional Whichever class you choose, we ll make sure you have a blast! the sustainable kitchen The buzzword of the moment, students will learn how sustainable cuisine differs from organic food. Taught by a food enthusiast, you ll discover wonderful resources for shopping locally and seasonally, learn tips to create a greener kitchen and home, and sample savory and sweet sustainable recipes. Thursday, May 15 5:30 7:30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Courtney Fisher feeding baby Meet other food-conscious parents while you learn to prepare easy, delicious, and nutritious first foods for your baby. Bring dad, grandparents, or siblings (above age 8) and learn how to ensure that special baby in your life grows up to enjoy a lifetime of good eating habits. Two Sessions Available! Session I Saturday, February 23 11am 1:30pm Session II Saturday, March :30pm Cost: $19 Instructor: Courtney Fisher 8 9
6 country swing and two-step Always a favorite! Country Swing and Two-Step are fun, upbeat, and easy to learn. Grab your boots, come on down and learn the steps to these lively dances you ve seen everywhere! The perfect date night or night out with friends, you ll enjoy hours of entertainment led by our talented instructors. Session I: Wednesdays: February 6 March 5 Session II: Wednesdays: April pm ISU Continuing Education Room 162 Cost: $65/Couple/Session Instructors: Alan and Rhonda Jenkins Please discuss your medical history with your physician before starting any fitness class. Your doctor will tell you if the class is appropriate for you. Dance & Fitness Our students LOVE our new dance and fitness room! Having our own dedicated, beautiful dance and exercise room at the Continuing Education building means no more switching back and forth between rooms, no more inconvenient parking, just pure fun on the dance and exercise floor! Come check it out! hip hop Our students can t get enough of this class! You ll get a great workout while you learn choreography to this high-energy dance. This fun, spirited class will have you looking great on the dance floor as you learn beginning techniques in step and hip hop. Session I Thursdays: February 7 March 13 Session II Thursdays: April 3 May 8 7 8:30pm ISU Continuing Education Room 162 Cost: $35/Session Instructor: Erika Stucki ballroom dance series Our six-week ballroom dance courses are designed to help beginners learn to dance or let more experienced dancers practice the basics. Anyone with two feet (even two left ones) can learn to dance! These courses will give you confidence on the dance floor. All courses teach American Style dance, the most suited style for social dancing. Shoes with leather soles/ no treads are preferred. tango Back by popular demand, Tango is a social dance filled with passion and fun! Grab a partner and come learn the steps to this sensual dance. You ll immediately recognize Tango s distinctive music from TV commercials for everything from office supplies to real estate. Session I Tuesdays: January 29 February 26 waltz Waltz, or slow waltz, is the quintessential ballroom dance. Done to 3/4-time music, waltz embodies grace and elegance. Learn the basics and you ll be dancing in no time! Whether you re looking for fun, want to sparkle on your wedding day or shine on a cruise, waltz is the dance for you. Session II Tuesdays: March 4 April 8 (no class 3/25) rumba Known as the dance of love, Rumba has a distinctly Latin flavor. From traditional Caribbean songs to modern pop, you ll learn to dance the Rumba to an array of musical genres. Instruction includes tips for adopting the proper technique for hip-rolling, an essential skill for many Latin dances. Session III Tuesdays: April 22 May 20 Ballroom Dance Series ISU Continuing Education Room pm Cost: $55/Couple/Session $45/Single /Session Cost includes a complimentary practice music CD Couples recommended Instructor: Ralph Norton turbo kick It s kickboxing and so much more! You ll kick, punch, and groove the calories away in this action-packed, invigorating, effective, and safe cardiovascular workout. Session I Wednesdays: February 6 March 12 Session II Wednesdays: April 2 May 7 6 7pm ISU Continuing Education Room 162 Cost: $55/Session Instructor: Erika Stucki pilates This amazing workout focuses on the body s core muscle groups, creating strong, lean and flexible muscles. This class emphasizes movements that build abdominal and back muscles to enhance strength, muscular symmetry, alignment, flexibility, grace and coordination. Come try this unique workout that offers benefits not found in traditional strength and stretching programs. Session I Mondays: February 4 March 17 (no class 2/18) Session II Thursdays: February 7 March 13 Session III Mondays: April 7 May 12 Session IV Thursdays: April 10 May pm ISU Continuing Education Room 162 Cost: $69/Session Instructor: Valerie Evans
7 beginning digital photography Learn how to fully utilize your digital camera in this four week course. Focusing on basic techniques, this course will familiarize you with your camera and help you expand your skills. Learn how to get the perfect digital shot every time! Wednesdays: February :30 7:30pm Cost: $99 ISU Continuing Education Room 212 Instructor: Richard Albright intermediate digital photography Master your passion and knowledge of the new photographic age. This four-week course will teach you to expand your skills and give you complete control over your camera and digital image. Discover your digital camera s more advanced features and learn advanced techniques for getting the perfect shot. Master the management and display of photos on your home computer, prepare images for the web, and create memorable images for framing. Thursdays: April :30 7:30pm Cost: $99 ISU Continuing Education Room 238 Instructor: Craig Worth night photography exposed Computer & Technology Register for credit at or choose non-credit option and pay only the workshop fee. Just because it s dark outside doesn t mean there isn t any light. Unlock the mystery of night photography, a world that transforms the mundane into the magical, with this intensive three-night class. You ll discover a passport into a new world of photographic opportunities you ve never seen before. Tuesday Thursday: March 18,19 & pm Cost: $99 Students meet in ISU Continuing Education Lobby Instructors: Richard Albright and Craig Worth photoshop elements and beginning photoshop Acquaint yourself with this simple yet powerful photo-editing software from Adobe. This four week course will teach you to understand the basics of Elements and introduce you to Photoshop. Break into the powerful world of digital photography by mastering skills like fixing image flaws, organizing photos for display, and creating dynamic slide shows and photo s. Mondays: January 28 February 11 5:30 7:30pm Cost: $99 Tech Fee: $15 ISU Continuing Education Room 238 Instructor: Craig Worth beginning photoshop cs2 Discover the amazing world of Photoshop! Starting with the basics, you ll learn how to control this powerful photo-editing program. The unanimous choice of professionals in the imaging and design industries, this course will acquaint you with Photoshop s multidimensional applications. Whether you re learning for fun or to augment your skills for the workforce, this lively, interactive class will lead you on a journey of discovery. Session I Mondays: February 25 April pm ISU Credit Available! (EXTL498P or EXTL598P ) Session II Wednesdays: April 2 May 7 6:30 9pm ISU Credit Available! (EXTL498P or EXTL598P ) Non-Credit Option Cost: $ Credit Option Cost: $50 plus CE Workshop Fee: $164 ISU Continuing Education Room 238 Instructor: Craig Worth beginning illustrator cs2 Learn the program that has become an industry standard in graphic design. Geared for the beginner, this course will teach students all they need to know to create original computer illustrations. Topics include setting up art board, working with tools to build illustrations and implementation of text and photos into projects. If you are upgrading to CS2 and want additional instruction in using Illustrator, this course is also for you. Session I Wednesdays: January 30 March pm ISU Credit Available! (EXTL498P or EXTL598P ) Session II Wednesdays: January 30 March pm ISU Credit Available! (EXTL498P or EXTL598P ) Non-Credit Option Cost: $ Credit Option Cost: $50 plus CE Workshop Fee: $164 ISU Continuing Education Room 238 beginning indesign cs2 Craig Worth Learn just how easy it is to create professional-looking magazine spreads and newsletters. Earn a credit or take this class for fun while you learn how to use the basic tools and features of Adobe InDesign CS2. The workshop will cover the fundamentals of InDesign, beginning setup pages, working with pages, toolbox of the program, and placement of text, photos, and illustrations. Session I Mondays: February 25 April pm ISU Credit Available! (EXTL498P or EXTL598P ) Session II Wednesdays: April 2 May 7 6:30 9pm ISU Credit Available! (EXTL498P or EXTL598P ) Non-Credit Option Cost: $ Credit Option Cost: $50/Credit plus CE Workshop Fee: $164 ISU Continuing Education Room 238 cyber gold: how to start your own home-based internet business Start up your own business for less than $500! This practical, hands-on class will provide you with a step-by-step guide for building your own online business. You ll gain expert advice and learn valuable secrets that will save you thousands in start-up costs. From taking care of your business license to creation of your business identity, you ll leave the class with a fully deployable online business ready to roll. Textbook included with workshop fee. Session I: Tuesdays & Thursdays, January 29 March pm ISU Credit Available! (EXTL498P or EXTL598P ) Session II: Tuesdays & Thursdays, January 29 March 20 6:30 8:30pm ISU Credit Available! (EXTL498P or EXTL598P ) Non-Credit Option Cost: $ Credit Option Cost: $100 ($50/Credit) plus CE Workshop Fee: $145 Additional Start-Up Costs Required for both Credit and Non-Credit Options ISU Continuing Education Room 238 Instructors: Pam Mosbrucker & Tobin Alder why take our computer classes? Rare opportunity for quality training without expensive travel Learn valuable skills to increase your earning potential Boost your skills to become more creative and productive Convenient times that work with your busy schedule who should take these classes? Individuals at any level interested in adopting new skills Graphic artists Web designers Photographers (professional and novice) Print shop employees Desktop publishing specialists Educators Ad agency & marketing professionals 1 2 Register for credit at Register for credit at 1 3