INSTRUCTOR SPOTLIGHT Vicki Van Vynckt

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2 Table of Contents Adult Basic Education/ Adult High School/GED Allied Health Campus Bookstore College & Career Readiness Computer Skills & Technology Cosmetology/Nail Technology Creative Arts, Heritage & Literature Emergency Services... 27, 32 Equine Studies General Interest & Hobbies Healthy Living History & Current Events Hospitality & Tourism Institute... Back Cover Human Resource Development Language, Writing & Culture Music & Music Professional Maps National Career Readiness Certification Occupational Training & Professional Development Online Classes Photography & Image Editing Physical Education Safety Small Business Center Truck Driving Training Easy Ways To Pre-Register For better customer service, ALL classes now require prepayment. By Phone Call , Rutherford Campus or , Polk Center to register for classes. Please have the course number and your social security number handy when you call. In Person Drop by the Continuing Education Office in The Foundation Building. on the Rutherford Campus or at the Polk Center On The WEB Pre-Registration Rutherford Campus Polk Center Isothermal Community College does not discriminate against students, employees or applicants on the grounds of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, or disability. Isothermal Community College is dedicated to equality of opportunity for its staff, students, and community. 3,000 cents per copy 7/2015 Photo credit: colinlogan / Foter / CC BY-SA (front cover), citirecruitment / Foter / CC BY (back cover) INSTRUCTOR SPOTLIGHT Vicki Van Vynckt Artist Vicki Van Vynckt has always been inspired by the beauty of nature, particularly sunrises and sunsets. Painting for her is an expression of gratitude for the gifts we have around us. Stop for a moment and take in the magnificence of the changing sky, the sound of bubbling water in a creek, a flower up close, or the glow on the mountain peaks while the sun goes down in the west. There is a deep spirituality to everything we find, and it is as close to us as our heartbeat. Vicki has been creating oil paintings for 30 years and studied fine art at the University of Southern Indiana. After graduating with a degree in Fine Art, she moved to Minneapolis and took classical drawing and plein-air painting classes through The Atelier, a fine art school that taught nineteenth century French painting and drawing techniques. Vicki soon began teaching oil painting classes through adult community education, as well as out of her studio. She has exhibited her work in over 60 exhibitions. In 2004, she and her husband moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she began painting her Above the Horizon series of large sky paintings of the beautiful sunsets of the high desert. In 2011, she made North Carolina her home. She continues to paint skyscapes, landscapes, and dreamscapes. Her paintings are currently shown in several galleries: Conley Studio Pottery in Madrid, NM; and Carolina Foothills Artisan Center in Landrum, SC. Her paintings hang in private collections throughout the United States. Vicki will be teaching a six week course in Painting in Oils at ICC s Polk Center in Columbus. The class will meet each Thursday from 6 9 p.m. starting September 24. Class size is limited to eight students, so sign up early! Check out course details on page 10. More information about Vicki is available at her website, 2 Isothermal Community College

3 NEW CLASSES LISTED INSIDE... Internet Calling The Mobile Professional Working Without a Desk...6 Broadcast Yourself-How to Use the Internet to Get Your Message Out...7 Mac for Beginners... 7 Search Engine Optimization... 7 Social Media for Professionals... 8 Building Your Dream Computer... 8 Painting in Oils...10 Life Drawing...11 Equine Art: Creating a Painted Portrait of Your Best Friend...11 Online Genealogy Basics...14 The Foxfire Kitchen-Preserving the Culture of Southern Appalachia...14 Build a Better Bug-Out Bag...14 Drawing with Fire : An Introduction to Pyrography...14 Joy of Learning - The Science of Music...15 Joy of Learning - The Science of Happiness...15 Joy of Learning - The Science of Creativity...15 Joy of Learning - The Science of Zen...15 Joy of Learning - Critical Thinking Explained...15 Beyond Fibromyalgia: A Holistic Approach...18 Planting the Future...18 Eating Healthy Understanding New Research/ How to Eat for Vitality without Breaking Your Budget...18 Forage in the Forest...18 The Healing Magic of Plants...18 History of Bluegrass in Appalachia...19 Studies in Ancient Medicine Part Intro to Voice and Performance...20 Voice & Performance Weekend Workshop...20 Music Business 101 How to Negotiate a Gig...20 Music Business 101- The Press Kit...20 Music Professional Series: Create Your Own YouTube Channel...20 Songwriter 101- How Do They Do It...21 Songwriter Series: How to Use Your Smartphone to Write and Record...21 Social Media and Marketing Basics for Music Professionals...21 Walk Along the Trail-Easy Digital Nature Photography...23 Become a Digital Artist Part Digital Photo Editing...23 Continuing Education Division HOURS OF OPERATION Monday through Thursday 8:00 AM to 7:30 PM Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM RUTHERFORD CAMPUS OR RUTHERFORDTON LEARNING CENTER classes call , option 2 then option 1 OR POLK CENTER classes call CANCELLATION POLICY If we cancel a class, you will be notified. If you would like to cancel your place in a class, please notify us as soon as possible before the class meets for the first time. REGISTRATION FEE REFUND POLICY If you need a refund or transfer, contact the Polk Center 828/ or the Rutherford Campus at 828/ A 100% refund shall be made if you officially withdraw prior to the first day of class or if the class is canceled. A 75% refund shall be made if you officially withdraw from the class prior to or on the official 10% point of the class. No refund thereafter. OCCUPATIONAL EXTENSION FEES AND FEE WAIVERS ARE SET BY THE NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Important Information Section 10.6 of Session Law eliminated the waiver of tuition for up to six hours of credit instruction and one course of noncredit instruction per academic semester for senior citizens age 65 or older who are qualified as legal residents of North Carolina that was previously allowed in G.S. 115D-5(b)(11) If you have a documented disability, it is your responsibility to contact the Disability Coordinator ( ) to discuss classroom accommodation. HELP WANTED We are always looking for new course ideas and instructors. If you have an idea for a class, please Jonathan Bland at the Rutherford Campus, or Kate Barkschat at the Polk Center, Include suggested class title, a brief description of class content, and your qualifications to teach the class. Continuing Education Schedule of Classes 3

4 ALLIED HEALTH PLEASE NOTE: Medical class costs will include registration fee(s), mandatory textbooks and workbooks, required immunizations, scrubs for clinical rotations (where applicable), and other incidental costs for personal supplies. MASSAGE THERAPY PROGRAM Kate Barkschat, Coordinator Massage Therapy Our 660 hour massage therapy program combines lecture time with hands-on practice of massage techniques. Coursework includes anatomy and physiology, kinesiology, nutrition, business practices, ethics and specific massage modalities. Students will gain hands-on experience working with the public in a clinic setting through the program s student massage clinic. Our day program meets three days a week (Tues/Wed/Thurs) from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (with 1 hour lunch break) for approximately 28 weeks. Our evening program meets three days a week (Tues/Wed/ Thurs) from 5-9 p.m. for approximately 51 weeks. This course includes an online component. Upon completion of the program graduates may sit for the MBLEx (Massage and Bodywork Licensing Exam) and may apply to NCBMBT (North Carolina Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy) for their license to practice massage in the state of North Carolina. Isothermal Community College s program prepares students for a career in massage therapy in hospitals, health & fitness centers, wellness center, chiropractic offices, resorts, spas, nursing homes, cruise ships and more. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics employment of massage therapists is projected to grow 23% from 2012 to 2022, much faster than the average for all occupations. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Employment Statistics, 7/23/15 Prerequisites: High School Diploma or GED. College Transcripts or CASAS Reading Test Scores Student must be at least 18 years of age by first day of class. Registration Fee: $180 Books (approximate): $450 Black Scrubs (approximate): $50 Day Class: Dates to be announced T/W/Th: 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Evening Class: Hybrid class Dates to be announced Meets in classroom: T/W/Th: starting January p.m. + online. *Financial aid opportunities are available for the Massage Therapy courses for qualifying students. Nurse Aide & Allied Health Programs Betsy Cuthbertson, Coordinator Nurse Aide Level I This 188-hour course is designed to prepare graduates to provide personal care and perform basic nursing skills for the elderly and other adults. Emphasis on aging process including mental, social and physical needs of the elderly, patient s rights, nutrition management, elimination procedures, safe environment, restorative services, personal and special care procedures and activities, human body structure and function and related common disease/disorders, communication and documentation, death and dying, and roles of the nursing assistant and health team members. A skill/competency evaluation is required. The course includes class, laboratory and clinical learning experiences. Upon satisfactory completion of the course and skill/competency evaluation, the graduate is eligible to apply for listing as a Nurse Aide I by the N.C. Division of Facility Services. CLASS DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Please call to confirm course dates. *Financial aid opportunities are available for the Nurse Aide Level I courses for qualifying students #40763 FAST TRACK CLASS!! Mon/Tues/Wed, Aug 3-Oct 6, 8 am-3:30 pm Thurs, 8 am-1 pm Room 116, Polk Center, $180 Instructor: Carla Wist, RN #42233 FAST TRACK CLASS!! Tues/Wed/Thurs, Sept 29-Dec 17, 12 noon-9:00 pm Room 112, Rutherfordton Learning Center, $180 Instructor: June Steele, RN #42234 Mon/Tues/Wed/Thurs, Oct 26-Feb 25, am -12 noon, Room 112 Rutherfordton Learning Center, $180 Instructor: Judy Baynard, RN #42235 FAST TRACK CLASS!! Mon/Tues/Wed, Jan 4-March 8, am-3:30 pm Thursday, 8 am-1 pm Room 116, Polk Center, $180 Instructor: Carla Wist, RN POLK CENTER classes call Isothermal Community College

5 Medication Aide Instructor: Rheta Merrell, RN This 24-hour course is designed to meet the training requirements for becoming qualified as a Medication Aide. The course will cover the six rights of medication administration for nonlicensed personnel. Topics will include medication administration via the oral, topical and instillation routes, medical asepsis, hand hygiene, terminology, and legal implications. Upon completion, students should be able to take the competency exam and demonstrate skills necessary to qualify for listing on the North Carolina Medication Aide Registry. PREREQUISITE: Current listing on the NA I Registry. CLASS DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Please call to confirm course dates. #40768 Mon, Tues, Thurs, August 24, 25, 27 8 am-5 pm, Room 109 Rutherfordton Learning Center, $70 #40769 Tues, Thurs, Fri, September 22, 24, 28 8 am-5 pm, Room 109 Rutherfordton Learning Center, $70 #42308 Mon, Wed, Fri, October 26, 28, 30 8 am-5 pm, Room 109 Rutherfordton Learning Center $70 #42309 Mon, Wed, Nov 16, 18, 20 Fri, 8 am-5 pm, Room 109 Rutherfordton Learning Center, $70 #42310 Mon, Wed, Fri, Jan 11, 13, and 15, am-5 pm, Room 109 Rutherfordton Learning Center, $70 To Register call , option 2 then option 1 ALLIED HEALTH (Medical) Office Practices Instructor: Nicole Burnette This 230-hour course provides instruction related to office practices: 1) interacting with co-workers 2) public communication, 3) financial and informational documents, and 3) typical office functions. This course places emphasis on medical office training in topics which may include but are not limited to preparation of medical records, scheduling appointments, health insurance and financial records of patients, understanding medical terminology, body systems, diseases and clinical procedures used in a medical office, preparation of medical reports, and handling front office operations. CLASS DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Please call to confirm course dates. *Financial aid opportunities are available for the Nurse Aide Level I courses for qualifying students #40765 Mon-Fri, Aug26-Oct 29, 9 am-2:30 pm Room 118/124, Polk Center, $180 Phlebotomy Instructor: Nicole Burnette This 225-hour course provides theory and clinical experiences needed for proper collection of blood and other specimens used for diagnostic testing. Emphasis is placed on ethics, legalities, medical terminology, safety and universal precautions, health care delivery systems, patient relations, anatomy and physiology, and specimen collection. Upon successful completion of the course, students should be able to safely perform procedures necessary for specimen collections on patients in various health care settings and may be eligible for national certification as phlebotomy technicians. CLASS DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Please call to confirm course dates. #42243 Mon-Fri, Nov 2-Jan 14, :30 am-2:30 pm Room 118, Polk Center, $180 Medical Assisting Review Instructor: Nicole Burnette This 53-hour course is designed to review the three aspects of Medical Assisting; Clinical, Administrative, and Laboratory for the student to begin to prepare for the National Certification Exam. Emphasis will be placed on assisting with examinations/treatments, performing routine laboratory procedures, and ethical/legal issues associated with patient care. A student who successfully completes this course in addition to the (Medical) Office Practices course and the Phlebotomy course will have the knowledge base to apply for national certification as a Medical Assistant. CLASS DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Please call to confirm course dates. *Please note: Only students who have successfully completed all three courses (Medical Office Practices, Phlebotomy, and Medical Assisting) are eligible to sit for the National HealthCareers Association (NHA) Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) exam. #42311 Mon-Fri, Jan 19-Feb 1, :30 am-2:30 pm Room 118, Polk Center, $180 EKG Technician Instructor: Nicole Burnette This 44-hour course is designed to prepare the student to become a certified EKG technician. Students will have knowledge of cardiac terminology, understand the structure and function of the heart, and understand the anatomy and physiology of the heart. Students will have a basic understanding of the electrical conduction system and how it affects heart function. Based upon this knowledge, students will know why an EKG is done. They will understand the cardiac cycle, be able to identify common artifacts, and demonstrate patient prep as well as proper placement of EKG leads. Students will be able to operate the equipment, run a strip accurately, and mount it properly. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be prepared to take the national certification examination. #40802 Mon-Fri, Aug 10-20, 8:30 am-2:30 pm Room 118, Polk Center, $125 Continuing Education Schedule of Classes 5

6 COMPUTER SKILLS & TECHNOLOGY PLEASE NOTE: Computer courses are now divided into two sections based on the focus and intent of the course and the student. The first section is classified as courses that are taken for personal enrichment. They are offered as what we call self-support meaning that the students fees must pay for the entire cost of the class. No state money supports these classes. The second section is made up of classes that are more specifically focused toward enhancing a person s job skills. These classes are called Occupational Education courses because they are specifically designed and offered for job training; however, you are not required to be working or seeking work to take these classes. All computer classes must be preceded by Computer Basics or the equivalent knowledge. This includes being able to use the mouse, recognition of menus and tools, ability to properly start and shut down a computer, knowledge of the basic keys such as control, alt, delete, backspace, enter, arrows, and window controls. All computer classes are limited to 15 participants each, so call early to reserve your spot. SELF-SUPPORT COMPUTER CLASSES QuickBooks! Sign up today! Instructor: Dan Thomas Dan will teach you accounting fundamentals. Come learn about the fastest, easiest way to manage your home or business! With hands-on automated accounting, gain a basic understanding of QuickBooks wizards by setting up charts of accounts, taxes, assets, income on-line banking, and much more! You ll utilize QuickBooks for accounts payable, accounts receivable and learn how to reconcile your checkbook through hands on experience. Join us in using this powerful software to make your business and home financial tasks easier. Students must have basic computer skills. #42241 Tues & Thurs, Sept :45 PM-8:15 PM, Room 109 Rutherford Learning Center 134 Maple St., Rutherfordton, $70 Dan Thomas brings a wealth of experience to this class as an IRS Enrolled Agent, current QuickBooks Certified Pro Advisor, member of the National Association of Tax Professionals and Past President of the NC chapter of the National Association of Tax Professionals. Dan is the owner of Jackson Hewitt Tax Service in Forest City. RUTHERFORD CAMPUS OR RUTHERFORDTON LEARNING CENTER classes call , option 2 then option 1 Explained ( 101) allows you to send a message to anyone with access to the web. Additionally, you can attach other files to that message, allowing you to send photographs, music, videos, to anyone. With a little effort you can also create lists of people so that a group of friends, colleagues or relatives can instantly receive the same message. Learn how to send/receive safe and virus-free , how to attach files and how to create contacts. #42352 Wed, Sept 23, 1-5 p.m. Polk Center, Room 124, $20 NEW! Internet Calling-101 This course will cover the basics using your internet connection to make phone calls. Topic covered will include: Skype, Facetime, Vonage, ichat, and more to make phone calls with low or no cost. Learn how to make voice and video calls, make online conference calls, send text messages, and share files -- all at no cost. There are great tools out there for working on projects with colleagues or for staying in touch with family. #42354 Wed, Sept 30, 1-5 p.m. Polk Center, Room 124, $20 I Hate My Computer Because. This course will provide the frustrated computer user a place to ask questions about specific computer issues. Common problems will be addressed and resources for repair will be provided. Bring your list and try to stump the teacher! #42355 Wed, Oct 7, 1-5 p.m. Polk Center, Room 124, $20 NEW! The Mobile Professional Working Without a Desk Learn how to work on the go using your notebook, tablet, or phone. This course is designed for busy working professionals who want to save time and increase productivity on the job. Learn about mobile , calendars, reminders, notes, inventory and client lists, and even more in this workshop. Additionally, the student will receive a list and short review of the latest products. Question and answer for the last part of the class, so bring in your device and your questions! This course works well with Real Estate professionals, Salespeople, and Customer Reps. Start managing your time more efficiently than ever by using the device you already own. #42345 Wed, Oct 14, 1-5 p.m. Polk Center, Room 124, $20 POLK CENTER classes call Isothermal Community College

7 COMPUTER SKILLS & TECHNOLOGY Sold! How to Sell Online Using ebay, Amazon, and More Learn how to use online selling sites to grab new customers, get traffic to your website, and develop a customer list. This workshop will provide an overview of exactly what is needed to begin selling online. We will explore marketing sites, tools for the beginner, shopping carts, and online payment methods. #42356 Wed, Oct 21, 1-5 pm Polk Center, Room 112, $20 NEW! Broadcast Yourself-How to Use the Internet to Get Your Message Out This course is an introduction to the skills and techniques needed to record and publish podcasts to the Web. Students will learn about podcasting and video blogging and how to create their own project using free tools available on the internet. Subjects include: history of podcasting, types of podcasts and how to use them, best practices, where to list your podcast online, and much more. #42358 Wed, Oct 28, 1-5 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $20 Watch For Dates and Times We will be holding a series of informal Afternoon Teas at the Polk Center this fall. Come have a cup of delicious tea or coffee and a light snack in front of our grand fireplace; enjoy artwork and music created by our students, and learn about our course offerings, suggest courses for next term, and enjoy the company of your neighbors POLK CENTER classes call OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION COMPUTER CLASSES NEW! Mac for Beginners Instructor Alicia Knighten will cover the basics of a Mac including an introduction to the Mac hardware and software. She ll instruct you on using your keyboard, trackpad or mouse, working with menus, navigating your computer, word processing applications and more. *You must bring your own Mac laptop to this class. #40844 Thurs, Aug 27-Oct 15, 10 am -12 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $70 Excel I Whether on the job, at home, with clubs or volunteer work, learning what a spreadsheet is and knowing how to make electronic spreadsheets can simplify any task! This is your chance to learn the basics. You ll learn when and how spreadsheets are used, data entry, formatting, sorting and filtering data, performing calculations, making charts and graphs, adding borders and shading to highlight key information. If you re working on a special project, bring it along to get that extra help you need to finish it up. #42368 Wed, Sept 2-Oct 21, 6-8 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $70 Tablet Computing Explained-- (ipad edition) This course is for ipad beginners on any version of the ipad. The student will receive an overview of their device and learn the basics of operating it. Topics include: apps, , wireless settings, notifications, Safari, itunes, videos and notes. See for yourself why the ipad is the fastest growing market out there for today s home computer user! #42421 Thurs, Sept 10-Oct 29, 3-5:00 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $70 NEW! Search Engine Optimization This class explores methods of optimizing a web site for improved visibility on search engines and directories using natural or un-paid search results. SEO integration with current marketing will be discussed, as well as methods for getting indexed and preventing crawling.stats/analytics will be offered. #42349 Fri, Sept 11-Oct 30, 9-11 am Polk Center, Room 124, $70 How to Have Your Own Website and Not Be a Geek Having a website is a given in today s business culture. Learn how to create and maintain a website in as little as one day without having to use HTML, CSS, or any of the other confusing things you ve heard frustrated website owners complain about. This course is designed for the non-techie, but all are welcome! Get your site up and going with content management tools that are free and easy to set up. Topics include: CMS products such as WordPress and Joomla, blogging methods, integrating widgets, apps and social media, SEO, and performance testing with Google. #42351 Fri, Sept 11-Oct 30, 11:30 am-1:30 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $70 Visit the Polk Center website at Continuing Education Schedule of Classes 7

8 COMPUTER SKILLS & TECHNOLOGY NEW! Social Media for Professionals As social media continues to grow, conversations with individuals and businesses are now taking place instantly and globally. Learn how this unprecedented reach is changing the very nature of company/customer relationships, creating virtually limitless opportunities for feedback, promotion, brand-building and monetization. You will learn about the tools and strategies required to successfully navigate social networks in today s business culture. You ll also receive expert guidance on how to define goals and measure these interactive marketing efforts against the goals. Topics include the Big Three Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn and much more. #42348 Fri, Sept 11-Oct 30, 2-4 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $70 Computer Basics, Part 1 Are you new to using computers? Perhaps you would just like to know more about how computers work? This course has all the basic concepts covered. You ll learn how operating systems work, keyboarding basics, Windows tips and how to use the internet/ . #42353 Wed, Sept 23-Nov 4, 10 am 12 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $70 Visit the Polk Center website at POLK CENTER classes call NEW! Building Your Dream Computer Instructor: Tom Christensen In this class we will be looking at best practices for building the ultimate computer. We will look at several different levels of computer building. These include spec ing out the ultimate gaming system, home theater media computer, and production level server. We will look at various ideas to inspire the build and price for preferred components and we will create a list of components. This class will involve a lot of hands on work and we will actually build several systems. Students will complete the class knowing how to buy components for a computer system and how to build a computer. #42333 Thurs, Oct 1-Nov 19, 5:30-9:30 pm Polk Center, Room 122, $125 PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint adds pizzazz to every presentation and gives your audience a visual connection to what you are saying. Whether for work, school, or community service, you can make a great impression with a well-designed PowerPoint presentation. And just think what it could add to a special occasion at home! Learn the basics or further develop the skills you already have. #42357 Thurs, Oct 22-Dec 10, 10 am-12 pm Polk Center, Room 124 Course Fee: $70 Keyboarding/Intro to Computers If you re new to working on a PC, this course is for you! You ll learn how to access and organize your files, become familiar with Windows and learn to run programs. Plus you ll develop speed and accuracy in using the keyboard. #42369 Tues, Oct 27-Dec 15, 9:30-11:30 am Polk Center, Room 124, $70 FREE ICC Seminar Series to Help You Start, Run, and Grow Your Business Isothermal Community College (ICC), SCORE Polk County Chapter, and the Carolina Foothills Chamber of Commerce are offering a series of FREE seminars to existing businesses and start-ups in Polk and Rutherford Counties, Landrum, and the surrounding Foothills area. The seminars will meet at the ICC Polk Center in Columbus and will start at 6:30 p.m. Schedule of Fall Seminars Thurs., 8/13 Marketing Your Business on a Shoestring Budget Thurs., 8/27 Legal and Tax Issues for Small Businesses Thurs., 9/10 Writing a Business Plan for Start-Ups Thurs., 9/24 Managing Your Business Day To Day for Success Thurs., 10/8 Making Social Media Work for Your Business Future seminars will be announced based on input from attendees. All business owners and employees of small businesses and potential start-ups are requested to pre-register at ICC Small Business Center: (828) Isothermal Community College

9 CREATIVE ARTS, HERITAGE CRAFTS & LITERATURE Basic Machine Sewing I Instructor: Dot Pearce This is an updated version of Home Ec. You ll start at the beginning, learning about patterns, adjusting, reading, and pinning them to fabric. You ll then follow step-by-step instruction through cutting, sewing and finishing. Session I is a prerequisite to all other levels lessons. In this beginning class, you ll make a pullover cotton blouse and a pair of elastic waist pants. Limit 6 students. #42411 Mon, Sept 7-28; Nov :00 pm, Polk Center, $60 Freehand Drawing Instructor: Jeanne Parsons No matter what medium you work in, drawing is important. It provides the underlying structure, the base of support, for your final product. This class will focus on seeing as an artist sees. That means learning to process visual information in a way that allows you to convincingly represent objects that exist in 3-dimensions on a 2-dimensional surface. You will use setups and models to investigate one, two and three point perspective, foreshortening, proportion and shading. These are the tools you have to create believable 3-dimensional drawings. #42420 Wed, Sept 9-30, 9:30 am-12:30 pm Polk Center, Room 108, $60 HELP WANTED We are always looking for new course ideas and instructors. If you have an idea for a class, please Jonathan Bland at the Rutherford Campus, or Kate Barkschat at the Polk Center, Include suggested class title, a brief description of class content, and your qualifications to teach the class. Drawing II Instructor: Jeanne Parsons This class provides a great way to further your drawing skills! Learn new methods and techniques to help you reach a higher level of proficiency in your drawing. Included will be concepts of design and composition as well as ways to add power to your work. Figure drawing will be touched on along with creating a variety of textures, moods and effects. Weather permitting, two classes will be held outdoors at locations chosen by the class. Prerequisite: Freehand Drawing (Drawing I) or equivalent training. #42394 Wed, Sept 9-30, 1-4 pm Polk Center, Room 108, $60 Watercolor Painting II Instructor: Jeanne Parsons Improve your existing watercolor skills and explore new possibilities for this exciting medium. Concepts learned in Beginning Watercolor will be added to and expanded on. New techniques and projects will be presented. These include painting from set ups, handling specific subject matter and principals of composition. Students may bring their own projects to work on as well as class projects. Beginning Watercolor or equivalent training is a prerequisite. #42422 Thurs, Sept 10-Oct 29, 1-4 pm Polk Center, Room 108, $90 Quilting~ A Heritage Crafts Class Instructor: Dot Pearce Hand quilting has gone from a necessity to an art form. This class introduces you to the basics of quilting plus applique techniques. A list of supplies you should bring to the first class will be provided at the front office. Batting and finishing techniques will be discussed in class. Limit 6 students. #42410 Mon: Sept 14-Nov 2, 9 am-12 pm Polk Center, $120 Open Studio Instructor: Don Blackwell Instructor Don Blackwell will share techniques and guide students on any projects they are currently working on. #40831 Friday, Sept 11-Oct 30, 9 am- 4 pm #42425 Nov 6- Jan 15, 2016 (No class Dec 25 Jan 4) Polk Center, Room 108, $90 Born in Hendersonville, North Carolina, Don Blackwell spent 25 years in Alaska and considers it his other home. His work now reaches far points of the world with his originals and prints in three museums, the Ministry of Defense in Winnipeg, Canada, the Ministry of Defense in Moscow, Russia, the Pentagon and more. After a 25 year Air Force career, Don is enjoying civilian life and being a college art teacher. He and his wife, Phoebe, have raised five kids and are enjoying five beautiful grandchildren. They live in the Blue Ridge Mountains but covet their time spent in their dream cabin on an island near Homer, Alaska. A versatile artist, Don s works are done in pen and ink, watercolor, airbrush, oil, and colored pencil. Don also creates in wood. He teaches beginning drawing, intermediate drawing, pen and ink, multimedia drawing and woodcarving classes at ICC s Polk Center. Beginning Watercolor Painting Instructor: Jeanne Parsons Have you wanted to try painting with water colors but didn t know where to start? This class is for you! You will be introduced one step at a time to materials, the mixing of colors, a variety of techniques and much more. No experience is necessary. Join us for a fun time painting and discover the artist within you. A materials list will be furnished at the first class. Class size is limited so sign up early! #42324 Mon, Sept 14-Nov 2, 9 am-12 pm Polk Center, Room 108, $90 POLK CENTER classes call Continuing Education Schedule of Classes 9

10 CREATIVE ARTS, HERITAGE CRAFTS & LITERATURE Crochet Instructor: Dot Pearce Learn to crochet! Instructor Dot Pearce will guide you through all the steps in this class for all levels. You ll start by learning the chain and single crochet stitches to create a dish rag or pot holder. You ll progress to your choice of toboggan or ditty bag where you ll learn more stitches and how to increase and decrease. Then you ll learn to read patterns and create the well-known Granny Square. Call for supply list. Those with crochet skills, please bring what you are working on or a pattern, yarn and hook to get started. Questions about patterns will be addressed in class. Limit 6 students. #42409 Fri, Sept 18-Oct 9, 9 am-12 pm Polk Center, $60 NEW! Painting in Oils Instructor: Vicki Van Vynckt Take your paintings to a new level (beginners also welcome) and learn valuable techniques in oil painting. Students will learn color mixing, composition, creating more depth in your work, and more. You choose what you want to paint (no portraiture, please), and Vicki will help you on an individual basis. Previous drawing experience is helpful. Class size is limited to eight students, so sign up early. Materials list will be provided. #42400 Thurs, Sept 24-Oct 29, 6-9 pm Polk Center, Room 108, $80 Colored Pencil Drawing Instructor: Denise Cwik Learn how to use colored pencil, pastels, watercolor or ink on the drawing of your choice. Instructor Denise Cwik will highlight many different techniques for each medium. #42331 Wed: Sept 30-Nov 18, 1-4 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $90 Advanced Woodcarving ~ A Heritage Crafts Class Instructor: Don Blackwell This class is a continuation of our woodcarving class with an emphasis on larger pieces. Instructor, Don Blackwell will guide you step-by-step through design, technique, skill building, tool sharpening and more, all with a strong emphasis on safety. #40910 Thurs, Oct 1-Nov 19, 9 am-12 pm Polk Center, Room 108, $90 Basic Machine Sewing II Instructor: Dot Pearce In this class, you ll be introduced to zippers while you make a skirt, dress or jumper. Basic Machine Sewing I is a prerequisite. Limit 6 students. #42408 Mon, Oct 5-26, 1-4 pm Polk Center, $60 Multimedia Painting Instructor: Dale McEntire Enjoy painting whatever you choose in Dale s course, under his expert guidance. Choose morning or afternoon session. Class size is strictly limited. #42334 Tues, Oct 6-Dec 8, 9 am-12 pm Polk Center, Room 108, $90 #42335 Tues: Oct 6-Dec 8, 1-4 pm Polk Center, Room 108, $90 Decorative Stitching (Hand Sewing) Instructor: Dot Pearce This class is designed as an introduction to needlework. You ll learn 10 or more embroidery stitches, cross stitch, ribbon couching and seed bead designs. A fun class for those who enjoy sewing and want to add a little something special to their work! It s also a good introduction to embroidery stitches for quilters who aspire to do a crazy quilt. Call for supply list. #42405 Wed, Oct 7-28, 1-4 pm Polk Center, $60 FOUND OBJECTS SCULPTURE SERIES Instructor: Annette Wells The Found Object in art, or Objets Trouves (French) is an ordinary item or combination of items transformed by putting them into an art context, such as Marcel Duchamp s first Readymade, a bicycle wheel on top of a kitchen stool or think of Picasso s Bull, created by attaching handlebars to a bicycle seat. Found object sculpture making and assemblage allows us to see the human-made world in new ways and create visual puns with materials that are not bought, but discarded by someone else. Creative recycling with a spirit of playfulness, while we work towards good craftsmanship and aesthetic value. The elements and principles of sculptural design will be taught and explored through the classes that follow. You don t need fancy equipment and expensive materials, complexity, a lot of time and energy, or art experience/ talent to enjoy expressing yourself through sculpture. Ideas and inspiration will arise through the process of working with the materials at hand and the synergy of the group. Registration fee for each class is $25. Class materials are provided. Found Objects Sculpture One: In the Footsteps of Louise Nevelson Brief audio-visual presentation and demonstration with hands-on workshop to follow. We will create engaging monochrome (one color) painted wall relief sculptures with odd pieces of wood, carpentry scraps and broken furniture in the format of a rectangular frame. Explorations of light and shadow will be emphasized. Bring interesting wood scraps with you, and there will also be construction tools and materials provided in the classroom. No carpentry or art experience/skills required. #42374 Wed, Oct 7, 12:30-4:30 pm Polk Center, $25 10 Isothermal Community College

11 CREATIVE ARTS, HERITAGE CRAFTS & LITERATURE Found Objects Sculpture Two: In the Footsteps of Andy Goldsworthy The found objects in this case are natural, not man-made. We will begin by viewing the award-winning film on Andy Goldsworthy, Rivers and Tides. Then we will create Goldsworthyinspired temporal works outside, using whatever natural materials are ready to hand, on or near campus. Once completed, we will document our sculptures, then either destroy them or let them biodegrade. Be prepared to spend 3 hours outdoors. #42373 Wed, Oct 14, 12:30-4:30 pm Rain date: Oct 21, Polk Center, $25 Picture Framing Instructor: Jeanne Parsons Just in time for the holidays! Learn to frame your art work like a pro. Taught by retired professional framer, Jeanne Parsons, this hands-on course will cover framer s tools and materials, how to use a mat cutter, how to size and cut single and double mats and what goes inside the frame. She will also cover types of glass, hinging (mounting) artwork, finishing and wiring, conservation and sizing artwork to fit commonly available ready-made frame sizes. Please bring 2 frames with glass and the artwork you wish to put in them. All other materials will be supplied. Frames should not exceed 16 x 24. Each course meets once a week for 3 weeks. Course will be offered in three different time slots. Maximum 8 students in each class. #42340 Wed, Nov 4-18, 9:30 am-12:30 pm Polk Center, Room 108, $60 #42339 Wed, Nov 4-18, 1-4 pm Polk Center, Room 108, $60 #42341 Mon, Nov 9-23, 9:30 am-12:30 pm Polk Center, Room 108, $60 NEW! Life Drawing Instructor: Annette Wells Like to draw but think drawing people/ faces/hands/feet is hard? Did you know that if you can draw a person from life well, you can draw anything? This is the foundation of academic art of all kinds, and even the key to creating convincing abstractions. Instructor, Annette Wells was trained by internationally acclaimed masters Stanley Lewis, Wilbur Niewald, Warren Rosser, and Richard Mattson, and has taught life/figure drawing for over 30 years. You will have a fun and lively time learning this basic skill, and you will only be competing with yourself. You may even experience the (scientifically documented) stress reduction that happens when one spends extended time drawing. An introduction to drawing clothed models with an emphasis on human proportion, human anatomy, and composition. Students will work with various drawing materials, such as charcoal, chalk pastel, graphite, and ink. You will learn or review gesture drawing, contour drawing and chiaroscuro techniques. Hands, feet, faces, proportion/measurement, perspective and foreshortening, and human anatomy and structure. Everyone who would like to learn how to draw people is encouraged to join the class-all levels of art experience are welcome and will benefit. Coursework will be adjusted to your experience level and goals, when appropriate. Supplies list available before the class, or during the first class. #42371 Wed, Oct 21-Dec 16, 9 am-12 pm Polk Center, Room 112, $125 Basic Machine Sewing III Instructor: Dot Pearce In this class, you ll work with buttons buttonholes, collars and cuffs on the pattern of your choice. Basic Machine Sewing I is a prerequisite. Limit 6 students. #42404 Mon, Dec 7-Jan 11, 1-4 pm No class Dec 21 & 28 Polk Center, $60 Quilting II~ A Heritage Crafts Class Instructor: Dot Pearce This is a continuation class exploring lattice, binding, stencils and stitching. It includes more advanced blocks and a few quilt projects such as bags, clothes and gift type items. Limit 6 students. #42406 Mon, Nov 9-Jan 11, 9 am-12 pm No class Dec 21 & 28 Polk Center, $120 NEW! Equine Art: Creating a Painted Portrait of Your Best Friend Instructor: Annette Wells Bring a favorite photo of your equine bestie to class - or learn tips in the first class on how to take a great portrait photo. We will use acrylic paints or multimedia to transform your photograph into a lasting work of art. We will explore the differences between a likeness and a portrait and learn tips and tricks for building personality into your paintings. This class is open to seasoned artists who are seeking to expand their skills with a master painter; or people who have never painted or even drawn, but would love to learn painting basics and create a portrait. Annette is an exhibiting artist who has taught students of all levels for nearly 40 years, nearly 20 as a tenured professor of fine art. She brings her experience and enthusiasm to the classroom and teaches each student at their own level, helping all to reach their goals for the course and have fun along the way. Supplies list will be given upon registration for the course. #42370 Wed, Dec 2-Jan 20, 9 am-12 pm No class Dec 23 & 30 Polk Center, Room 108, $70 To Register call , option 2 then option 1 Continuing Education Schedule of Classes 11

12 GROOM ELITE PROGRAM- Classes starting soon. Call for details: EQUINE STUDIES Groom Elite 201- An advanced certification course for certified Groom Elite 101 Graduates. GENERAL INTEREST & HOBBIES Instructors: Dr. Thann Boyum, Erin Gambrell, Lilia White, Anita Williamson Intro to Horse Care and Horse Handling (Groom Elite 99) This course provides an overview of the basic information a new worker or horse owner needs to start working with horses. Classes will cover the basics of equine behavior, terminology, major equine anatomy, safe horse handling, introduction to equipment, observation of horses for signs of injury and illness, bathing and more. New class starting in September 2015 Room 112, ICC Polk Center & offsite at area barn locations, $70 Groom Elite 101 This flagship 40 hour course focuses on important horse care skills including: equine behavior, grooming basics, equine anatomy, digestion and feeding guidelines, horse health evaluation, applying bandages, safety, barn management and much more. The course is geared to horse care workers and horse owners with some experience who desire to have a deeper more comprehensive knowledge of the horse and working with horses. Originally designed for the racing industry, this nationally recognized groom certification curriculum has been modified for Isothermal Community College to address the needs of the show horse industry. Training will combine lecture and hands on learning in the barn. At the end of the course students will have to opportunity to be tested for competency and knowledge in equine care and receive their Certified Groom Elite certification. The course is available in English and Spanish. Financial assistance may be available. New class starting in October 2015 Tu/Th: 1 5 p.m. Room 112, ICC Polk Center & offsite at area barn locations, $125 NEW! Equine Art: Creating a Painted Portrait of Your Best Friend Instructor: Annette Wells Please see class description on page under Creative Arts listing. #42370 Wed: Dec 2-Jan 20, 9 am-12 pm Polk Center, Room 108, $70 Equine Courses Under Construction Equine Nutrition- This course will cover the many factors involved in establishing and maintaining a healthy diet and solid equine nutritional program. You will be guided through an overview of the equine digestive system, basics of nutrition, feeding management practices, critical nutrients, legumes and grasses, grains, supplements, feeding guidelines and much more. Barn Management- This course covers all areas of barn and stable management including maintenance of horses including basic medical treatments and nutrition, supervision of employees, handling the business side of the stable and developing and maintaining strong relationships with clients. Large Animal Vet Assistant This program is designed for people who want to work at a veterinary clinic or facility and for those who are currently employed in positions in which they look after animals. All aspects of veterinary assisting will be covered including veterinary terminology, anatomy and physiology, animal behavior and communication, grooming techniques, proper handling and restraining of animals, handling specimens, interacting with clients and educating them in topics such as nutrition, proper care and administration of medications. To Register call , option 2 then option 1 Crochet for Beginners Instructor: Natasha Rizo Crochet for Beginners is an introduction to the basics of crochet. Students will learn how to pick the right yarn and hook for a project, basic stitches, reading patterns, and how to put it all together. Lessons will also include crocheting in-the-round, gauge swatching, and finishing techniques for a more professional look. Course Materials List for Beginning Crochet Size J Crochet Hook 1 skein Kitchen Cotton like Peaches and Cream 1 skein Acrylic yarn like Redheart Super Saver These are all readily available at any local store. If you can t find the brands listed its ok, any brand will do. # Wed, Sept 23-Oct 28, 10 am-12pm Rutherfordton Learning Center 134 Maple St., Rutherfordton Room 109, $45 # Thurs, Oct 15-Nov 19, 6-8 pm Rutherford Campus, Maple Room Foundation Building, $45 Craft Beer Making Introduction Curious about diving deeper into the world of beer but don t know where to start? Enter the mysterious and exciting world of Craft Beer making. Adventure into the ancient mystical realm of Beer facts and fictions. Learn basic to advanced brewing tech and jargon. Come have fun with your friends and family. You ll having a better understanding of beer and a solid foundation of knowledge that will open up doors your never knew existed. #42283 Saturday, Sept 12-Oct 17, 9 am-1 pm Crescent Moon Candles & Brewery 710 Washington St., Forest City, NC $ Isothermal Community College

13 GENERAL INTEREST & HOBBIES Small Engine Repair Instructor: John Womack Keep mowers, weed eaters, tillers and chain saws running smoothly by being shown simple procedures to prevent or correct equipment problems. The class is structured to be safe, fun, informative and a money-saving experience. Students will have a short class each night, followed by hands-on instruction. Bring tools (screwdrivers, wrenches, etc.) and items to be repaired to the second class. You must be at least 16 years of age. #41183 Mon, Sept 7-Oct 12, 6-9 pm Chase High School AG Room, $60 Small Engine Repair - Advanced Go beyond basics into more advanced equipment maintenance and repair. First night orientation will include specialty tools, the 5 systems that run the 4 & 2 cycle engine, and the pros and cons of engine rebuild and much more. A safe, fun, informative, and money saving experience for anyone interested. Basic small engine knowledge is helpful but not required. Students will have a short class each night, followed by hands-on instruction. Bring tools (screwdrivers, wrenches, etc.) and items to be repaired to the second class. You must be at least 16 years of age. Instructor: John Womack #41188 Mon, Oct 26-Dec14, 6-9 pm Chase High School AG Room, $89 John Womack has been a Certified Small Engine Mechanic since In addition he has completed a Small Engine Repair and an Advanced Small Engine Repair course with the Foley-Belsaw Institute of Small Engine Repair in Kansas City, Missouri. John received his initial automotive training here at Isothermal in the Automotive Mechanics class, and has over 30+ years experience. Continuing Education Division HOURS OF OPERATION Monday through Thursday 8:00 AM to 7:30 PM Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Photography: Applying the final touch Instructor: Giuliana Polinari Riley This class will cover basic editing of digital photographs. Participants will learn to evaluate their photographs and to select their most successful work for printing, using it in creating greeting cards, and other applications. They will receive feedback and instruction on correcting photographic errors. A Data Storage device such as a USB Flash Drive or Thumb Drive is recommended for saving work processed in class. #42244 Mon, Sept 14-Oct12, 5:45-9:15 pm (No class 10/05) Rutherford Campus Student Center / GYM, Room 19C, $55 Photography: Capture the Beauty of the Season Instructor: Giuliana Polinari Riley Pursuing the vibrant colors of fall, we ll be moving out of the classroom and take our cameras on various locations to record the amazing color palette of the landscape. The class will aim at meeting the needs of each participant, regardless of skill level or camera equipment. Hands on individualized instruction will be provided. Participants will learn how to improve the quality of their photographs with any camera. They will proactive using the camera features to produce stunning images with their personal creative touch. Classroom sessions will provide critiques and tips on correcting photographic problems. A Data Storage device such as a USB Flash Drive or Thumb Drive is recommended for saving work processed in class. #41179 Sat, Oct 7-Nov 21, 9:30 am-1:30 pm (No class 11/07) Rutherford Campus Student Center / GYM, Room 19C, $75 Visit the Rutherford Campus website at Cake Decorating - Beginner Instructor: Susan Owens Learn the basics of cake decorating for seasons, holidays and special occasions. Find out how easy it is to create decorations from flowers to borders. This fun and hands-on class will get your creative juices flowing! A supply list will be provided the first night of class. #42224 Monday, Sept 28-Nov 2, 6-8 pm Rutherford Campus, Maple Room, Foundation Building, $50 Susan Owens is a season instructor of cake decorating in addition to building a successful career in the business of cake decorating. For the Love of flowers - Floral Arranging Are you having a dinner party and need to impress your guest with a stunning centerpiece or just want to brighten your home with fresh flowers from your garden? Learn how to arrange flowers and foliage from your yard. Also learn quick tips and tricks that will make your floral designing quick and easy. Students should bring to class: scissors or knife, pruning shears (if they have them), hand towel, several vases or containers, and a roll of scotch tape. #41193 Mon & Thurs, Oct 12 & 15, 6:30-8 pm Rutherfordton Learning Center 134 Maple St., Rutherfordton Room 108, $35 #41194 Mon & Thurs, Nov 2 & 5, 6:30-8 pm Rutherfordton Learning Center 134 Maple St., Rutherfordton Room 108, $35 Sherri Suttle, a North Carolina Certified Professional Florist, is owner of Bostic Florist. She has 15+years of experience in the floral industry. Sherri is past president of the North Carolina Teleflora Unit and is still an active board member. She also serves as a board member for the North Carolina State Florist Association. To Register call , option 2 then option 1 Continuing Education Schedule of Classes 13

14 GENERAL INTEREST & HOBBIES NEW! Online Genealogy Basics Learn how to trace your family history through online resources. This course will guide you through a variety of sites. Learn where to find census, military, birth/death, marriage certificates, etc. and keep your family tree info stored digitally. #42426 Wed, Aug 26-Sept 16, 1-4 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $60 NEW! The Foxfire Kitchen- Preserving the Culture of Southern Appalachia The Foxfire books chronicle mountain culture and are used as a guide to traditions grown from necessity. This class is ideal for those wanting to learn how to make their own delicious meals from scratch and those wanting to create a traditional southern kitchen environment. Recipes, cooking/preserving techniques, southern traditions and holidays will be discussed. #42401 Tues, Sept 1- Oct 20, 9:30-11:30 am Polk Center, Room 122, $80 Wild Food 101 Wild edible plants, tips and tricks for foraging and gathering native WNC edibles, and recipes will be studied in this class. Learn how to take a wild food walk, seasonal recipes, and more. #42359 Tues, Sept 8-Oct 27, 12-2 pm Polk Center, Room 122, $80 HELP WANTED We are always looking for new course ideas and instructors. If you have an idea for a class, please Jonathan Bland at the Rutherford Campus, isothermal.edu or Kate Barkschat at the Polk Center, Include suggested class title, a brief description of class content, and your qualifications to teach the class. NEW! How to Identify and Sell Your Antiques Learn how to choose a market and determine a fair asking price for antiques and collectibles you want to sell. #42360 Thurs, Oct 1-Nov 19, 6-8 pm Polk Center, Room 122, $80 Basic Small Engine Repair Instructor: John Womack Keep mowers, chain saws, tillers and weed eaters running smoothly! John will share simple procedures to prevent or correct equipment problems. This class is structured to be safe, fun, informative and a money-saving experience. Each class begins with a short classroom session followed by hands-on learning. You must be at least 16 years of age. #42325 Mon, Sept 14-Oct 19, 6-9 pm Room 118, Polk Center & at Polk County High School, $60 Advanced Small Engine Repair Instructor:John Womack Go beyond the basics into more advanced equipment maintenance and repair. The first night orientation will cover specialty tools, the 5 systems that run the 2 and 4 cycle engine, pros and cons of engine rebuilds and much more. This class is structured to be safe, fun, informative and a money-saving experience. Each class begins with a short classroom session followed by handson learning. You must be at least 16 years of age. Basic small engine knowledge is helpful. #42336 Mon, Oct 26-Dec 14, 6-9 PM Room 118, Polk Center & at Polk County High School, $80 John Womack has been a Certified Small Engine Mechanic since In addition he has completed a Small Engine Repair and an Advanced Small Engine Repair course with the Foley-Belsaw Institute of Small Engine Repair in Kansas City, Missouri. John received his initial automotive training at Isothermal Community College in the Automotive Mechanics class, and has over 30+ years experience. NEW! Build a Better Bug-Out Bag In this class you ll learn how to create your own bug-out bag, a self-contained 72 hour disaster preparedness kit to get you out of an emergency and help you survive an extreme weather/disaster situation. You ll receive a bug-out bag checklist and images and explanation for every item needed as well as a list of resources for finding specific items. Protect yourself and your family by building your bug-out bag today. #42392 Tues, Nov 3, 1-5 p.m. Polk Center, Room 122, $20 NEW! Drawing with Fire : An Introduction to Pyrography (Woodburning) Instructor: Michelle Parsons In this beginners class you will learn basic pyrography (woodburning) techniques. This is not woodburning like you may have learned in scouts. Instead, it is very detailed like a pen and ink drawing, yet easy to learn. If you can trace lines, you can create a drawing. This class will cover different types of equipment, basic pen tips and how to use them, safety, selecting and preparing your wood, transferring a pattern, working on rounded surfaces, coloring and finishing. Sign up early as class is limited to 8 students. Bring your enthusiasm, variable temperature woodburning equipment and pens (some equipment is available for loan on a first-come basis), and a pencil/pen. #42427 Tues, Nov 10-Dec 16, 4:30-7:30 pm Polk Center, Room 108, $80 POLK CENTER classes call Isothermal Community College

15 GENERAL INTEREST & HOBBIES NEW! JOY OF LEARNING SERIES: Sign up for individual classes or all of the courses in this series. Joy of Learning - The Science of Music What is music? Why does it affect us so? Why do some songs get stuck in your head? Questions and theories regarding music and its effect on our emotions, thoughts and desires will be examined. Several theories will be discussed and the student will receive a list of study resources. Thoughtful questions and discussion are expected. #42362 Wed, Nov 4, 1-5 pm, Polk Center, $20 Joy of Learning - The Science of Happiness Why are some people always happy, even though their circumstances are bad? Why is the poor little rich girl always sad? These questions may be explained through science. This workshop will explore those questions and more regarding happiness in general. The student will receive a list of study resources. Thoughtful questions and discussion are expected. #42363 Wed, Nov 11, 1-5 pm, Polk Center, $20 Joy of Learning - The Science of Creativity When you hear someone say the Muse hit me, what does that mean? Can creativity be on demand? Is it possible to make yourself more creative? Is it genius or something that can be learned? These and other questions will be examined in this thought-provoking workshop. The student will receive a list of study resources. Thoughtful questions and discussion are expected. #42364 Wed, Nov 18, 1-5 pm, Polk Center, $20 Joy of Learning - The Science of Zen Can meditation help my memory? Can you really lower blood pressure with Yoga? This series will attempt to examine these questions, but it s up to you the student to decide on the answers! The student will receive a list of online resources, in order to figure out those answers on their own. Expect a lively discussion of various methods trending today that claim to help you reach your own state of zen. #42365 Wed, Dec 2, 1-5 pm, Polk Center, $20 Joy of Learning - Critical Thinking Explained Learn how to make your point in a discussion or debate using critical thinking skills. Critical thinking will be defined and methods to becoming an effective critical thinker will be discussed. If you are in Sales/Marketing, any kind of customer service field, or in the public eye for business or pleasure, this workshop can give you the tools and skills necessary to appear polished, calm and professional in public. #42366 Wed, Dec 9, 1-5 pm, Polk Center, $20 HELP WANTED We are always looking for new course ideas and instructors. If you have an idea for a class, please Jonathan Bland at the Rutherford Campus, isothermal.edu or Kate Barkschat at the Polk Center, Include suggested class title, a brief description of class content, and your qualifications to teach the class. POLK CENTER classes call Easy Ways To Pre-Register For better customer service, ALL classes now require prepayment. By Phone Call , Rutherford Campus or , Polk Center to register for classes. Please have the course number and your social security number handy when you call. In Person Drop by the Continuing Education Office in The Foundation Building. on the Rutherford Campus or at the Polk Center On The WEB Pre-Registration Rutherford Campus Polk Center RUTHERFORD CAMPUS OR RUTHERFORDTON LEARNING CENTER classes call , option 2 then option 1 Continuing Education Schedule of Classes 15

16 HEALTHY LIVING Yoga Beginners/Level I Yoga is an ancient form of exercise uniting breath with movement. It is a fun, gentle, no impact, non-competitive way to improve you well-being physically and mentally. Yoga practice improves breathing, relaxation, posture alignment, flexibility, muscle tone, core strength, balance, and coordination. It also includes restorative components. This is a level I class appropriate for beginners and returning students, and those who need a refresher to reacquaint with yoga. Existing yoga practitioners are welcome. Basic poses with variations and flow sequences will be introduced and reviewed. Poses can be practiced at different levels to accommodate various abilities and mild joint issues. This class is suitable for anyone in general good health including seniors who have been active. No previous yoga experience is necessary. Be prepared to practice in bare feet. Wear comfortable clothing that will not restrict movement. Daily personal practice is encouraged. Students must be in good enough physical condition to perform light to moderate exercise. Bring to class a firm blanket. Yoga mat is optional. We have some props in the classroom. Do not eat for two hours before class. Practicing yoga on a full stomach may cause lethargy, discomfort and even nausea. Note: If you have any questions whether this class is suitable for you, contact Marie at , or at gmail.com #41198 Thurs, Sept 17-Oct 29, 6-7:15 pm No Class 10/08 (College Closed) Rutherfordton Learning Center 134 Maple St., Rutherfordton Room 111, $45 #41200 Thurs, Nov 5-Dec 17, 6-7:15 pm No Class 11/26 (College Closed) Rutherfordton Learning Center 134 Maple St., Rutherfordton Room 111, $45 Yoga Level II This class is designed for students who have had previous yoga experience and are current practitioners who would like to deepen their practice. They are expected to be familiar with common basic poses. (Students who have taken a long break from Yoga are encouraged to start with Level I for review and reconditioning.) The class is conducted at a faster pace than the Level I class. Basic poses will be practiced in more depth. More challenging poses will be introduced to increase strength, core development, flexibility, balance and coordination necessary for inversions and arm balances. Be prepared to practice in bare feet. Wear comfortable clothing that will not restrict movement. Daily personal practice is encouraged. Students must be in good enough physical condition to perform moderate exercises. Bring a firm blanket to class. Do not eat for two hours before class. Practicing yoga on a full stomach may cause lethargy, discomfort and even nausea. Note: If you have any questions whether this class is suitable for you, contact Marie at , or at #41197 Tues, Sept 15-Oct 20, 6-7:15 pm Rutherfordton Learning Center 134 Maple St., Rutherfordton Room 111, $45 #41195 Tues, Nov 3-Dec 15, 6-7:15 pm No class 11/24 (College Closed) Rutherfordton Learning Center 134 Maple St., Rutherfordton Room 111, $45 Marie is a Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance at the 500 hours level which includes certifications in Vinyasa Flow, Restorative, Prenatal/Postnatal yoga, Senior Yoga and Yoga as Therapy from the Asheville Yoga Center. Her lessons emphasize a blend of strength, flexibility, balance, and alignment coordinated with breathing. She also teaches at other Rutherford County locations and in Spartanburg yoga studios. Marie Chan RYT-500 To Register call , option 2 then option 1 GMOs: The What, the Why and the How GMOs are in your hotdogs, your ketchup and your bun. Ingredients in your children s cereal and infant formula have GMOs. So does pet food, vitamins, corn oil, candy bars and 80% of the packaged products at your local grocery store. GMO is the acronym for genetically modified organism. But don t look for it on the label, cause it s not there. Companies that make GMOs don t want them labeled, even though sixty nations do label GMOs. Companies utilizing GMO ingredients or creating GMO seeds claim they are perfectly safe. After all, forcing genes from one species is simply natural, right? We re told that famers that use GMO seeds will use less pesticide and get more yields. They also proclaim that GMOs are the only way to feed the world. Is this true? A growing number of physicians, soil scientists, plant pathologists, farmers, mothers and health care professionals say GMOs could be linked to health risks, like allergies, gastro intestinal disorders, auto-immune disorders, inflammation and more. There are also questions about a loss of seed biodiversity, genetic contamination, farmer s rights and corporate control of food through patenting. You re probably been eating genetically engineered food since 1996 and didn t know it. Why do they exist? How is it done? What are the controversies? Can you avoid GMOs? Come to this three hour class for a lively discussion on the how and why of GMOs, with Ms. Samm Simpson, a local writer, speaker and GMO educator. #42247 Mon, Oct 5, 6-8 pm Rutherfordton Learning Center 134 Maple St., Rutherfordton Room 108, $20 #42246 Tues, Nov17, 6-8 pm Rutherfordton Learning Center 134 Maple St., Rutherfordton Room 108, $20 16 Isothermal Community College

17 HEALTHY LIVING Mindful Flow Instructor: Jo Rytter Mindful Flow is a class that focuses on the breath while stretching the body. The class uses modified yogic flows which center and relax the body, increasing flexibility. Mindful Flow is set to beautiful meditative music which helps the mind as well as the body relax. Please bring a yoga mat. A blanket is optional. Mon, a.m. #40811: Aug 24-Oct 5 (no class Sept 7) #42385: Oct 12 Nov 16 #42343: Nov 23 Jan 4 OR Fri, a.m. #40810: Aug 28 Oct 2 #42384: Oct 9 Nov 13 #42342: Nov 20- Jan 15 Polk Center, Room 112, $30 Instructor: Jo Rytter, a Certified Kripalu Movement Instructor, has been teaching various exercise/movement classes for 15 years. In this area, she has taught classes for the Saluda Senior Center, Healthy Balance Yoga Studio in Tryon, The Pavilon s extended women s program, PRO Physical Therapy and Fitness Center in Columbus, Element Strength & Fitness in Landrum, and several classes at ICC. Jo currently teaches a Chair Yoga class at ICC. Watch For Dates and Times We will be holding a series of informal Afternoon Teas at the Polk Center this fall. Come have a cup of delicious tea or coffee and a light snack in front of our grand fireplace; enjoy artwork and music created by our students, and learn about our course offerings, suggest courses for next term, and enjoy the company of your neighbors HELP WANTED We are always looking for new course ideas and instructors. If you have an idea for a class, please Jonathan Bland at the Rutherford Campus, isothermal.edu or Kate Barkschat at the Polk Center, Include suggested class title, a brief description of class content, and your qualifications to teach the class. Sugar Blues Instructor: Bindu Johnson Learn about the impact of sugar on your blood sugar Discover the relationship between eating sugar containing products and mood swings Find out about foods that can reduce sugar cravings Explore how to create a diet that will decrease sugar intake without leaving you feeling deprived and hungry. Sugar is found in almost everything we eat in today s world. It is added to enhance flavor, but did you know that white sugar is also addictive and has a negative impact on our health and wellbeing? In this workshop, we will explore the impact of sugar on our health and well-being physically, mentally and emotionally... and tools that will reduce the amount of sugar in your diet and improve your health and wellbeing... without the deprivation of being on a diet. #42398 Wed, Sept 2, 7-8:30 pm Polk Center, Room 107, $10 Simplified Tai Ji for Health Instructor: Ed Kan This class is suitable for seniors as well as anyone who wants to start learning the graceful and gentle Tai Ji boxing movements for health maintenance. The class includes the first 17 basic Tai Ji movements to be practiced for both physical and mental health. The class meets for 1-1/2 hours with a short break after 40 minutes. The basic theme of the exercise is RELAX. Once learned, long term regular daily or weekly practice is encouraged to achieve the benefits. You can repeat this class many times to continue the exercise or move on to the higher levels to complete the Yang Style 37 short form. #42396 Tues, Sept 8-Dec 15, 6:30-8 pm (No class Nov 3) Or #42397 Mon, Sept 14-Dec 14, 6:30-8 pm Polk Center, Room 112, $120 Qi Gong Instructor: Ed Kan Qi Gong (pronounced Chee-Gong) is an easy to learn exercise program that combines simple stretching movements with slow and deep breathing. Originally it was used daily for stretching after sitting for a long time reading or studying. Today Qi Gong is practiced everyday by millions of people worldwide. It is also being taught by traditional medical practitioners in China as illness prevention and is a required course in many Chinese medical schools. The emphasis is on the health of internal organs as each movement targets a specific area of the body and the muscles connected to the organs. Because most of the exercises do not require moving the feet, it can be practiced sitting in an armless chair. It does not require any special clothing or equipment and can be practiced as a group or individually. Each movement is repeated four to eight times and the entire series takes only minutes. This class is suitable for seniors and those who are not ready for the more vigorous movements of Tai Ji for Health. #42386 Mon, Sept 14-Dec 14, 2-3:30 pm Polk Center, Room 112, $120 Edward Kan was born in Guijou Province, China during World War II. After completing high school in Hong Kong, he received his bachelor s degree at Tunghai University in Taiwan before coming to the United States and completing his Master s degree at California State University at Fresno. Ed teaches several courses about China and the Chinese Language as well as Tai Ch i for Health and Qi Gong for Health at the Polk Center of Isothermal Community College. He and his family now live in Columbus where he is very active in the community. POLK CENTER classes call Visit the Rutherford Campus website at Continuing Education Schedule of Classes 17

18 NEW! Beyond Fibromyalgia: A Holistic Approach Instructor: Bindu Johnson Do you have chronic health problems which may include but are not limited to fatigue, low energy, insomnia, pain, digestive problems and depression? Would you like to learn more about how self-care can help you to manage, minimize, and reverse the symptoms of fibromyalgia and other chronic health challenges? Living with chronic health challenges can leave you feeling discouraged and disempowered. In this workshop, you will learn an out-of-thebox approach to managing and reclaiming your health and wellbeing. This 12 step approach will offer you ways to empower yourself, learn to take care of your body, heart, mind and soul and discover a whole new level of health and inner peace. #42387 Tues, Sept 15, 1-2:30 pm. Polk Center, Room 107, $10 NEW! Planting the Future Instructor: June Ellen Bradley Come take a virtual plant walk with herbalist June Ellen Bradley, and discover the wealth of medicinal and nutritious plants that grow in our local habitat. Many of these important plants are also endangered in our area, and awareness helps! A slide show presentation with a question and answer session will follow. #42390 Tues, Sept 22, 6-8:00 pm Polk Center, $10 Eat Right for Your Blood Type Instructor: Bonnie Evans Learn about the evolution of blood types and why it s important to know your blood type. You ll discover how to achieve optimum health and lose weight by applying your knowledge about blood types. Bonnie Evans is certified by Dr. Peter D Adamo, naturopathic physician and researcher and author of the bestselling book, Eat Right 4 Your Type. #42361 Tues, Oct 6 & 13, 6:30-8 pm Polk Center, Room 107, $15 HEALTHY LIVING NEW! Eating Healthy Understanding New Research/ How to Eat for Vitality without Breaking Your Budget Instructor: Annette Wells Join us for this interactive presentation that will give you the tools you need to better understand our present food system, and make intelligent, practical and healthy food choices for yourself and family whilst staying within your budget. Bring your shopping lists and we will go on a virtual shopping trip to local grocery stores and markets to find healthy choices in every aisle and food group. You will leave the workshop empowered with new knowledge and tips (recipes too!) from the experts for eating well in a time of great changes and challenges to our food system. This workshop is led by Annette Wells, a former caterer, who has been an avid foodie since #42402 Wed, Sept 23, 5:30-8:30 pm Polk Center, Room 107, $20 NEW! Forage in the Forest Instructor: June Ellen Bradley Well, you won t actually be collecting a lunch of edible plants, but you will be identifying and discussing them, and tasting a few. Learn some survival uses and medicinal lore as herbalist June Ellen Bradley takes you on a journey that will change the way you look at your surroundings. No rain date for this class, this adventure goes on rain or shine. So come prepared with appropriate shoes, clothing and your own water. #42391 Fri, Oct 9, 8 am-12 pm Polk Center, $20 POLK CENTER classes call The Healing Codes Instructor: Bindu Johnson According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Stanford University, and numerous health experts, the number one killer on the planet is stress. Up to 95% of all physical and nonphysical health problems have stress as their origin. The Healing Codes is a form of healing that helps to neutralize the stress that is created and held in the body and the energy field. In this class, instructor, Bindu Johnson will introduce you to the theory and application of the Healing Codes. You will leave the workshop with a working knowledge of how to use this tool in your daily life to decrease stress and uncover the underlying feelings of peace, contentment and joy. #42383 Wed, Oct 14, 7-8:30 pm Polk Center, Room 112, $10 Bindu Johnson, Certified Wellness Coach, Certified Advanced Metabolic Typing Advisor, Certified Healing Codes Practitioner, Certified Meditation Teacher and Certified Yoga Instructor. Bindu assists individuals in achieving their health and wellness goals through diet and lifestyle modifications, inner transformational work and meditation training. She give her clients the personal attention they desire to move beyond their challenges and open to their full potential. NEW! The Healing Magic of Plants Instructor: June Ellen Bradley Our relationships with plants span millennia. Let explore this relationship together in an informal group. To inform our session, we will first view multiple award-winning film, Numen: The Healing Nature of Plants Smart, engrossing and thought-provoking, this movie is sure to stimulate discussion and the sharing of personal stories and anecdotes. #42389 Tues, Oct 20, 6:30-8:30 pm Polk Center, Room 112, $10 18 Isothermal Community College

19 HISTORY & CURRENT EVENTS Art and Anxiety Instructor: Ben Pfingstag Art movements in the 20th century are often characterized by isms such as Expressionism, Cubism, Futurism, Surrealism and the like. This course will explore the source and meaning of such terms, the artists involved and the issues and events which gave rise to the immense diversity in European art. Turning to the United States, you will examine the impact of Europe and its art on our shores and the changing relationship of the artist to society in the wake of World War II. #42374 Thurs, Sept 3 Oct 8, 10 am-12 noon Polk Center, Room 112, $60 NEW! History of Bluegrass in Appalachia Did you know Bluegrass music is native to the Appalachian region and has roots in many types of traditional music? This class will not only explore our rich musical history with bluegrass music, but will also discuss where it s going, and how to find real bluegrass around the region and online. You ll receive a list of area venues and local talent to check out on your own after class. #42382 Thurs: Sept 1, 12-4 pm Polk Center, Room 118, $20 HELP WANTED We are always looking for new course ideas and instructors. If you have an idea for a class, please Jonathan Bland at the Rutherford Campus, isothermal.edu or Kate Barkschat at the Polk Center, Include suggested class title, a brief description of class content, and your qualifications to teach the class. NEW! Studies in Ancient Medicine Part 1 This course considers the medical traditions of ancient civilizations and is intended for students with interests in medicine and science. Series includes video, discussion and commentary on medical texts, theory and practice of public and private medicine, healing methods and philosophies through the ages, along with comparative analysis. #42403 Fri, Oct 2-Nov 20, 2-4 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $80 Mysterious Places in Western North Carolina Western North Carolina is rich in both geography and heritage. In this class local legends about mysterious places will be examined. Do you have an experience to talk about? Bring photos or material and your best story to this lively class. You ll receive a list of online resources listing places that have been in local legend for many years. #42423 Wed, Oct 28, 1-5 pm Polk Center, Room 107, $20 Art in Early America: Instructor: Ben Pfingstag This series of color-slide presentations surveys the grand rise of the Arts in the United States from Colonial beginnings in portraiture and architecture to post- Revolutionary heroic images and structures of the young republic. And from a new Romantic awareness of nature in landscape painting to local and regional images of American life and optimism prior to the Civil War. Artists to be discussed include J.S. Copley, Benjamin West, Gilbert Stuart, Thomas Cole and Frederick Church. #42393 Thurs, Oct 29-Dec 10, 10 am-12 noon Polk Center, Room 112, $60 LANGUAGE, WRITING & CULTURE Beginning Sign Language Have you ever wanted to learn a new language and communicate with someone who is hearing impaired? Have you ever wanted to use sign language? This class will focus on learning basic signs that can help you to communicate with someone, express yourself through sign and use music at the same time. Students will learn to sign the alphabet, learn to finger spell words, to sign words and make sentences. The class will involve games, music, handouts and group participation. Students are required to purchase The Joy of Signing by Dottie L. Riekehof. Handouts from Signs of the Times by Edgar H. Shroyer will also be used in class. #41190 Tuesday, Sept 15-Nov 24, 6-8 pm Rutherfordton Learning Center 134 Maple St., Rutherfordton Room 110, $60 Lisa Courtney has been leading sign language teams, teaching classes and interpreting for the deaf for past fifteen years. She has an MA in Christian Education/Family Ministry and Pastoral Care from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, BA from Gardner Webb University in Christian Education / Counseling, and Sign Language Training through Forsyth Technical Community College and Macon Community College. POLK CENTER classes call RUTHERFORD CAMPUS OR RUTHERFORDTON LEARNING CENTER classes call , option 2 then option 1 Continuing Education Schedule of Classes 19

20 MUSIC & MUSIC PROFESSIONAL NEW! Intro to Voice and Performance Do you love to sing and think you might be interested in signing up for the voice and performance class? Try this fun, interactive one day class to dip your toes in the water and get valuable tips from Peggy on breathing and vocal exercises and much more. #42327 Thurs, Sept 17, 6-9 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $15 Singing for Those Who Can t Sing Instructor: Peggy Ratusz Peggy will give you the tools to help bring out the very best in your undiscovered voice! If you re up for doing the work it will take to discover your one and only true voice, she s the one who ll help get you there. Did you know that some experts say that only 1 in 20 people are truly Amusia? This is the technical term for tone deafness. There are more studies out there that claim an incredibly minute percentage of the entire population suffer from tone deafness. She ll help you learn how to break through. Don t get the wrong idea here potential students, you have to do the exercises as well as incorporate the simple techniques she ll explain and teach you to do that will help train your ears for carrying a tune. It ll be exciting, fun and a major confidence booster, we promise!!! #42328 Thurs, Sept 24-Oct 15, 7-9 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $40 #42337 Thurs, Oct 29-Nov 19, 7-9 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $40 Peggy Ratusz, vocal coach, writer and songstress is a well- established presence in the Asheville music scene. Blues, Jazz, Soul and R&B Chanteuse, Peggy and her array of musical configurations (Daddy LongLegs/Swing Daddies/Lotion or Trio) perform an infectious, sultry, multi-layered brand of original, traditional and modern Blues, Soul. RandB and Jazz. while influences such as Ray Charles, Ella Fitzgerald, Etta James, BB King, Susan Tedeschi and Bonnie Raitt are evident, it can t be denied that her unique soul and voice are one of a kind. You can learn more about Peggy at Voice and Performance 1 & 2 Instructor: Peggy Ratusz Whether you are an aspiring professional or just love to sing, here is the class for you! Learn about proper breathing and vocal techniques, stage presence, microphone technique, phrasing of a song, preparing for an audition, and calming those performance jitters. Training will be geared to your personality and personal style. Please bring two songs to work on for friends and family performance at the end of the course. #42330 Thurs, Sept 24-Oct 15, 4-6:30 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $50 #42338 Thurs, Oct 29-Nov 19, 4-6:30 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $50 NEW! Voice & Performance Weekend Workshop Instructor: Peggy Ratusz Interested in singing the blues or jazz? Join this exciting and fun new three day workshop to help you gain the confidence and vocal control to do it well. Peggy will instruct you on how to vocally improvise with some emphasis on beginner s scatting, riffing, interpretation, phrasing and help you understand and read the standard chord progressions from both genres. There will be a focus on talking down a song and performance and stage presence with some emphasis on how it relates to overcoming stage fright as well as an introduction to singers from the Swing and Big Band era. You will have the opportunity to perform in a recital on the final day. #42332 Fri, Sat, Sun: Oct 2, 3, 4 Fri: 5:30-7:30 pm; Sat: 10 am-2 pm; Sun: 1-3 pm, Recital, 5-7 pm Polk Center, Rooms 124 & 112, $125 NEW! Music Business 101 How to Negotiate a Gig What kinds of venues are you interested in playing -- clubs, concerts, festivals, schools? How big is your band and what do you want to get per member per night? What type of music do you do? Learn how to located a suitable venue, negotiate a fee and get a gig! #42377 Wed, Oct 28, 5:30-9:30 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $20 NEW! Music Business 101- The Press Kit A press kit is an indispensable tool for musicians. But what goes into a press kit? How do you distribute it? Who do you send it to? How can you make an electronic press kit? Learn how to make a professional-looking press kit that will get you noticed. #42376 Wed, Nov 4, 5:30-9:30 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $20 NEW! Music Professional Series: Create Your Own YouTube Channel This course will guide step by step through the process of creating a You- Tube channel for a band or music professional. Topics included will include how to monetize videos, how to integrate them into a blog, website, or social media page, how to develop a following using a YouTube channel, creating a digital media kit, and more. Students should have and know their gmail address and password. #42378 Wed, Nov 11, 5:30-9:30 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $20 POLK CENTER classes call Isothermal Community College

21 MUSIC & MUSIC PROFESSIONAL NEW! Songwriter 101- How Do They Do It A well-crafted song is the ultimate expression of the songwriter, but consistency & creativity are often illusive in today s fast-paced world. Learn from successful music professionals how to get your message out with song. We include exclusive audio/video interviews with working musicians such as Darrell Scott, David Wilcox, Colonel Bruce Hampton and others on the methods they use to stay at the top of their game. #42379 Wed, Nov 18, 5:30-9:30 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $20 NEW! Songwriter Series: How to Use Your Smartphone to Write and Record This class is for those who want to use digital apps to create music on the fly. A variety of apps will be explored and demonstrated, and the student will receive a list them to take home. Learn how your smartphone can help you capture the inspiration perfectly without a lot of fuss. #42380 Wed, Dec 9, 5:30-9:30 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $20 NEW! Social Media and Marketing Basics for Music Professionals Discover how to get the word out and develop a following using today s social media. This workshop will explore the many options now available for musicians and how to use them in a practical way. Topics will include social media, list development, and mobile marketing. #42381 Wed, Dec 16, 5:30-9:30 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $19 Alicia Knighten is a Western North Carolina native with expertise in Advertising and Marketing, Web Design, and Search Engine Placement. She co-owns and runs Action Digital Incorporated in Arden, North Carolina, a web technology company specializing in cutting edge web sites, ecommerce development, and graphic design. Alicia maintains several blogs, websites, and social media campaigns, both personal and for business. Music is a hobby and passion for Alicia. She has worked extensively with many musical acts, doing festival work and on radio. She and husband Randy live in Henderson County where they are building a real estate business together. In the little spare time she has, Alicia likes to camp and spend time by the lake. Visit the Rutherford Campus website at OCCUPATIONAL TRAINING & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Real Estate Pre-Licensing Instructor: Sheila Leggett This course meets the educational requirement for the North Carolina real estate broker license. It prepares you to pass the real estate broker examination administered by the N.C. Real Estate Commission (NCREC). Topics include basic real estate principles and practices, law and contracts, financing, closing, valuation, fair housing, property management, taxation and math. Additional topics include land use, insurance, real estate license laws, rules and regulations. Students are required to purchase Modern Real Estate Practices in North Carolina, 8th edition update textbook, available in the Isothermal Bookstore. #42252 Thurs & Fri, Oct 22-Nov 23, 9 am-4:30 pm Rutherford Campus, Hickory Room Foundation Building, $180 Sheila Leggett is a Rutherford County native, graduating from East Rutherford High. However, she left the area after graduation. She began her real estate career in 1985 in Brentwood, TN. Her sales experience includes residential sales, managing new construction developments, and training new agents. She consistently earned annual sales awards for multi-million dollars sales. In 1998, Sheila moved back to North Carolina to manage a new construction and golf course community in Shelby. She began teaching part-time in 1999 and has taught in both community colleges and private real estate schools. She also worked as the Training and Development Coordinator for the oldest and largest real estate firm in Charlotte, NC. Sheila says her greatest love is training new sales agents. She holds a BA degree in Business Administration and a post-graduate certification in Paralegal Studies. In 2007 and 2009, she received the North Carolina Real Estate Educator s Program of the Year Award for programs she authored and taught. From , Sheila served on the NCREEA Board of Directors. Sheila currently holds an active NC Broker s license and a SC Broker-in-Charge license. She is currently a member of the NC Real Estate Educator s Association, the NC Association of Realtors and the Charlotte Regional Realtor s Association. Sheila is approved by the NC Real Estate Commission to teach Pre-Licensing, Post- Licensing and Continuing Education classes. Her students say Sheila has some of the best real estate stories ever!! HELP WANTED We are always looking for new course ideas and instructors. If you have an idea for a class, please Jonathan Bland at the Rutherford Campus, or Kate Barkschat at the Polk Center, Include suggested class title, a brief description of class content, and your qualifications to teach the class. Continuing Education Schedule of Classes 21

22 Electrician Contractor Renewal Instructor: Tim Walker This course will give the student a review of the 2011 NEC code changes from the viewpoint of the inspector. This course, when offered during fiscal year , meets the requirements of the North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors for 8 contact hours of continuing education credit. This course is not sponsored by the board. Students MUST bring their code books. #42225 Wed, Nov 4, 8 am-5 pm (1 hour lunch) Rutherford Campus, Hickory Room Foundation Building, $70 Tim Walker is an authorized instructor by the NC State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors. He has been active in the electrical trade since 1972 and holds both a Level 3 inspector s license and an unlimited contractor s license. Tim is an active member of IAEI, serving on their education committee. Tim was named 2011 Instructor of the Year by the NC State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors. Auto Dealers Continuing Education For 2015 Instructor: Arnold Craig, a retired DMV Inspector HB 432 established license renewal training requirements for used motor vehicle dealers and others involved in the sale and distribution of motor vehicles. This class will fulfill the annual six hours of required continuing education. Instruction covers new state regulations, licensing procedures, and ways to avoid lawsuits and other legal problems. This class has been approved by the State of North Carolina. You must be pre-registered and the fee must be paid before the day of the class. #40734 Wed, Aug 5, 9 am-4 pm, (1 hour lunch) Rutherford Campus, Hickory Room Foundation Building, $75 #42217 Wed, Nov 4, 9 am-4 pm (1 hour lunch) Rutherford Campus, Maple Room Foundation Building, $75 OCCUPATIONAL TRAINING & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ServSafe Food Safety Training Instructor: Cindy Hill, certified instructor Food contamination episodes can cost restaurants a lot of money. This food safety certification course, developed by the Educational Foundation of the National Restaurant Association, is a comprehensive program for food service professionals in restaurants, hospitals, nursing homes, child-care facilities, and other food-handling establishments. This 16-hour class will teach you food safety, developing standard sanitation operating procedures, examining controls for food borne illnesses, and more. The textbook (ServSafe Manager) with answer sheet is required and should be purchased PRIOR to the first day of class. It is available at the bookstore for approximately $100. Those passing the test will receive ServSafe certification, a program recognized by ANSI as meeting the NC state requirements for Certified Food Protection Manager. You must be at least 18 years old. #41201 Mon & Tues, Sept 14 & 15 8:30 am-5:30 pm Rutherford Campus, Maple Room Foundation Building, $70 #41202 Mon & Tues, Oct 26 & 27 8:30 am-5:30 pm Rutherford Campus, Maple Room Foundation Building, $70 Notary Public Become a Notary Public! You will learn how to be one as you prepare for the required North Carolina test. To become a Notary, you must be at least 18 years old, have a high school diploma or GED, and pass the test given at the end of the class. The notary book, tenth edition, is available at the college bookstore and MUST be purchased prior to the first day of class. Estimated book cost $30. #42250 Wed, Oct 14, 9 am-4 pm Rutherford Campus, Hickory Room Foundation Building, $70 Vehicle Safety Inspection Certification - Initial and Renewal Instructor: Larry Bailey This class prepares students to renew and obtain the license for North Carolina Auto Safety Inspection. This course is designed to meet the training requirements (initial and/or renewal) for the Auto Safety Inspection Program administered by the NC Division of Motor Vehicles, License and Theft Bureau. To be licensed as a safety inspector, a mechanic must attend an eight-hour safety course and pass a state certification exam. Topics covered include an overview of DMV regulations, inspection procedures and proper use of diagnostic equipment. Students MUST bring the station number of their employer. Regulations manuals will be provided for use in the classroom. #40714 Wed & Thurs, Aug 12 & 13, 6-10 pm Rutherford Campus, Business Sciences Room #137, $70 #41208 Wed & Thurs, Oct 14 & 15, 6-10 pm Rutherford Campus, Business Sciences Room #137, $70 #41209 Wed & Thurs, Dec 9 & 10, 6-10 pm Rutherford Campus, Business Sciences Room #137, $70 Visit the Rutherford Campus website at RUTHERFORD CAMPUS OR RUTHERFORDTON LEARNING CENTER classes call , option 2 then option 1 22 Isothermal Community College

23 OCCUPATIONAL TRAINING & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Vehicle OBD II Emissions Inspection Certification Instructor: Larry Bailey This class is designed to meet the training requirements for the Auto Emission Inspection Program administered by the NC Division of Motor Vehicles, License and Theft Bureau. For initial certification to earn the emission inspector mechanic license, you must successfully complete an eight-hour emissions course, be prepared to conduct an emissions inspection of a motor vehicle, and pass a written test. To renew the emission inspection mechanic license, you must successfully complete the four-hour course and pass the written test. Topics covered include an overview of DMV regulations, inspection procedures, and proper use of diagnostic equipment. It is strongly recommended that you take and pass the Initial Vehicle Safety Inspection Certification course before taking the initial Vehicle OBD II Emissions Inspection Certification course. Students MUST bring the station number of their employer. Regulation manuals will be provided for use in the classroom. classes Initial #40715 Wed & Thurs, Aug 19 & pm Rutherford Campus, Business Sciences Red Room #137, $70 #41207 These are classes that Wed we & are Thurs, still working Oct on 21 & 22, 6-10 pm Rutherford and hope to Campus, offer in the Business Sciences Red Summer Room 2013 #137, semester. $70 Call #41206 to be put on a contact list for a Wed specific & Thurs, course listed Dec below. 16 & 17, 6-10 pm Rutherford Campus, Business Sciences Red Wool Room Spinning #137, $70 Handmade Soap Making Proposed Date: Saturday July 13 Visit the Rutherford Campus website at Call Jonathan at for more information. SaFety nc handgun ConCealed- Carry CertIFICatIon Take your first step to a concealed-carry handgun permit. This 12-hour class provides the training and certificate needed to apply for the permit at any Sheriff s Department in North Carolina. You must be at least 21 and a North Carolina resident. Also, you are required to obtain your criminal history from the Clerk of Court of your county and submit it to the instructor at the beginning of the first class session. To attend class, you cannot have been convicted of any felonies or misdemeanor violent crimes. Bring 100 rounds of ammunition, a handgun, and a holster to the second night of class. The following Saturday, class will be held at the firing range. Instructor: Philip Bailey, Detective Sergeant, Rutherford County Sheriff s Department # June 27 and 28 Thursday, Friday 5-9 PM Isothermal Community College Hickory Room, Foundation Building (Rutherford Campus) Saturday, June 29 8 AM -12 noon, Firing Range Renewal #41204 NEW! Pepper Spray Thurs, Sept 10, 6-10 Self- pmdefense Skills Rutherford Campus, Business Sciences Red Room #137, $70 Learn how to protect yourself at a safe distance, learn risk reduction strategies to discourage a potential threat and learn the best techniques to use pepper spray. This class covers the proper use of one of the most recommended and popular selfdefense tools. Students will learn safety awareness tips along with how to carry #41205 Thurs, Nov 12, 6-10 pm Rutherford Campus, Business Sciences Red Room #137, $70 and properly deploy the pepper spray. This class will use training drills with water based inert training sprays. This course is perfect for anyone who owns and carries pepper spray or those who are considering using this tool as a defense. Great class for the college students! Instructor: Philip Bailey #29533 June 19 Wednesday, 5-9pm Watch For Isothermal Dates Community and College Times Hickory Room, Foundation Building We will be holding (Rutherford a series Campus) of $25informal Afternoon Teas at the Polk Center this fall. Come have a cup of delicious tea or coffee and a light snack in front of our $74 grand fireplace; enjoy artwork and music created by our students, and learn # July 25 and 26 Thursday, Friday 5-9 PM about our course offerings, suggest Isothermal Community College Hickory Room, Foundation courses Building for next term, and enjoy the (Rutherford Campus) company of your neighbors Saturday, July 27 8 AM -12 noon, Firing Range $74 IMPORTANT INFORMATION Sexual harassment shall be deemed a form of discrimination based on sex as prohibited by section 703 of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, and North Carolina General Statute (in the case of employees) and Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1973 (in case of students). Isothermal Community College students who have a complaint or grievance regarding sexual harassment should contact one of the following: Contact Population Served Contact Information Cindy Moore, Title IX Employees, Community Members, Coordinator and Coordinated all Title IX Issues Karen Jones, Title IX Curriculum Students Deputy Coordinator Donna Hood, Title IX Continuing Education Students Deputy Coordinator Laura Thomas, Title IX REaCH Students PHOTOGRAPHY & IMAGE EDITING NEW! Walk Along the Trail-Easy Digital Nature Photography Learn how to take and edit nature images with your device and upload them to a digital gallery. Simple and creative techniques for digital post processing will make your photos pop with color and interesting details. Whether planning a vacation, or simply taking pictures of your garden, this class will teach you how to take and publish stunning nature photos without leaving the trail. Bring your walking shoes, we ll go outside (weather permitting) and start publishing pictures right away! #42346 Tues, Sept 8-Oct 27, 2:30-5:30 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $90 NEW! Become a Digital Artist Part 1 Learn how to use your laptop, computer, or device to create stunning images. You ll learn about many types of effects and how to use them. How to share your images with the world using social media, online galleries (both public and private) and copyright issues will be discussed. Bring your laptop or device and any material you would like to work on during class. #42347 Thurs, Sept 10-Oct 29, 12:30-2:30 pm Polk Center, Room 124, $80 NEW! Digital Photo Editing Learn how to organize and edit digital photos using the free software application, Picasa. This class covers uploading photos and sharing them with others, as well as creating a digital photo album and slide show. #42424 Tues, Oct 27- Dec 15, 7-9 p.m. Polk Center, Room 122, $ Continuing Continuing Education Education Summer Winter Call , Call option option 2 then 2 then option option 1 To 1 To Register Continuing Education Schedule of Classes 23

24 PHYSICAL EDUCATION Zumba Basics I Instructor: Wavolyn Norville Come learn the moves and be on your way in this popular and FUN way to get moving! If you like music and having fun, then this is the class for you! This is an interval/cardio workout dance class that incorporates dance steps from the Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia and Reggaeton. Prior dance experience is not needed. Students will follow the lead of the instructor. Be prepared to sweat! #42223 Wed, Sept 16-Nov 4, 6:45-7:45 pm Rutherford Campus, Gym Student Center, $45 per student Wavolyn Norville is an experienced Zumba instructor, certified in Zumba Basics I. Prior to Zumba, she taught aerobics for over six years. She loves having fun in her class and enjoys showing students how to tone up and get fit the Zumba way! Fitness Swim (Lap Swim) Instructor: Deborah Gerard This class is designed for individuals who wish to develop their cardiovascular fitness through swimming laps. Emphasis is placed on increasing cardiovascular fitness, muscle strength, and muscle endurance. This program is individually paced. You may keep a record of your laps, time, and pulse rate to chart progress. #40691 Mon/Wed/Fri, Aug 17 Nov 2 7-7:50 am, (No Class 09/07 and 10/14) Rutherford Campus, Pool Student Center, $60 #42230 Mon/Wed/Fri, Nov16-Feb :50 am, (No Class 11/25, 11/27, 12/21-01/04 and 01/18/2016) Rutherford Campus, Pool Student Center, $60 RUTHERFORD CAMPUS OR RUTHERFORDTON LEARNING CENTER classes call , option 2 then option 1 Family Swim/Adult Learn to Swim Instructor: Dani Janulis This class now combines Adult Learn to Swim and Family Swim. Here is an ideal opportunity for any non-swimming adult to learn how to swim and enjoy the excitement of the water. Emphasis is placed on developing your confidence in the water and teaching you to float on your back, tread water, and use basic swimming strokes. Personal safety skills are added to make you comfortable in and around water. Here, too, is a great opportunity for everyone in your immediate family to enjoy the water. Although the family swim aspect of the class is not designed as a learn-to-swim program, our qualified instructors are willing to assist with swimming skills for anyone at any age. Learn to swim in a year-round family setting. Family swim includes a maximum of 2 adults and 4 children within immediate family. #40687 Mon & Wed, Aug 10-Nov :15 pm (No Class 08/17, 09/07, 10/14) Rutherford Campus, Pool Student Center, $60 #42240 Mon & Wed, Nov 30-March 21, :15 pm, (No Class 12/21/ /08/2016 and 01/18/2016) Rutherford Campus, Pool Student Center, $60 HELP WANTED We are always looking for new course ideas and instructors. If you have an idea for a class, please Jonathan Bland at the Rutherford Campus, isothermal.edu or Kate Barkschat at the Polk Center, Include suggested class title, a brief description of class content, and your qualifications to teach the class. Water Exercise / Lap Swim Instructor: Deborah Gerard This is a combination class. Participants can choose between self-paced laps to develop cardiovascular fitness or participate with the group performing rhythmic aerobic water activity to increase muscle strength, muscle endurance and flexibility through water resistance. #40688 Mon/Wed/Fri, Aug 17-Nov 2, 1-1:50 pm (No Class 09/07 and 10/14) Rutherford Campus, Pool Student Center, $60 #42238 Mon/Wed/Fri, Nov16-Feb 19, :50 pm, (No Class 11/25, 11/27, 12/21-01/04 and 01/18/2016) Rutherford Campus, Pool Student Center, $60 Water Exercise Instructor: Ruth Hils Participate with the group performing rhythmic aerobic water activity to increase muscle strength, muscle endurance and flexibility through water resistance. Participants can move at their own pace and ability. #40693 Tues & Thurs, July 28-Sept17 4:45-5:40 pm Rutherford Campus, Pool Student Center, $30 #42202 Tues & Thurs, Sept 29-Nov 24 4:45-5:40 pm, (No Class 10/08/2015 Professional Development) Rutherford Campus, Pool Student Center, $30 #42229 Tues & Thurs, Dec 8-Feb16, :45-5:40 pm, No Class 12/21/ /04/2015 (Christmas Holidays) and 02/04 (Professional Development) Rutherford Campus, Pool Student Center, $30 Visit the Rutherford Campus website at 24 Isothermal Community College

25 NC Handgun Concealed-Carry Certification Instructor: Philip Bailey, Detective Sergeant, Rutherford County Sheriff s Department Take your first step to a concealedcarry handgun permit. This 12-hour class provides the training and certificate needed to apply for the permit at any Sheriff s Department in North Carolina. You must be at least 21 and a North Carolina resident. Also, you are required to obtain your criminal history from the Clerk of Court of your county and submit it to the instructor at the beginning of the first class session. To attend class, you cannot have been convicted of any felonies or misdemeanor violent crimes. Bring 100 rounds of ammunition, a handgun, and a holster to the second night of class. The following Saturday, class will be held at the firing range. # Thurs, Fri, Sept10 & 11, 5-9pm Rutherford Campus, Maple Room Foundation Building Sat, September 12 8 am-12 noon, Firing Range, $75 # Thurs, Fri, Nov 12 & 13, 5-9 pm Rutherford Campus, Hickory Room Foundation Building Sat, November 14 8 AM -12 noon, Firing Range, $75 Visit the Rutherford Campus website at SAFETY HAVE YOU RECEIVED A TRAFFIC CITATION? Don t let that ticket ruin your driving record. The District Attorney, Clerk of Court, and judges want us to be safer drivers. If you have been charged with a minor traffic violation in the 29th Judicial District (McDowell and Rutherford) or other counties in North Carolina honoring the National Safety and Health Council s Defensive Driving Program, you may elect to have it reduced by the District Attorney. Isothermal Community College offers the Defensive Driving Program through the National Safety Council of North Carolina, which trains motorists in the principles of safe driving. The course should be completed and the information presented to the Clerk of Court for payment no later than two (2) working days before your scheduled court date. Defensive Driving 4-hour class is offered on select Wednesdays and Saturdays of the month. You must preregister and pay no later than Monday, 12 noon for the Wednesday class or Wednesday, 12 noon for the Saturday class. Fee: $50 Defensive Driving 8-hour class is offered the last Saturday of each month. You must pre-register and pay no later than Wednesday, 12 noon the week of the class. Fee: $75 Alive at 25 class is for any student between the ages of 16 and 21 years. This 4-hour class is offered on select Thursdays of each month. You must preregister and pay no later than Tuesday 12 noon the week of the class. Fee: $50 **Occasionally classes have to be canceled or dates changed. Do not wait until the last possible class date before your court date to take the class. ** CLASSES UNDER CONSTRUCTION SPRING 2016 Beginners Stained Glass Workshop Please join us if you are interested in learning how to express yourself in the beautiful medium of stained glass. Not only will the hobby give you many hours of pleasure but it will provide you unique art piece that YOU created. The class will cover and teach the basics in each step of the copper foiled stained glass process in the following areas: pattern design, transfer, glass selection, cutting, breaking, grinding, foiling, soldering and finishing techniques, Students will have completed a 10 x 8 hanging panel during their 5 week course. The class size will be limited in order to provide comfort and a stress-free environment while you are learning to create your own panel to take home. Please keep in mind that stained glass making like any handcraft, takes time and patience to learn. Mistakes are inevitable, but they will become less common as you gain experience. Barn Management This course covers all areas of barn and stable management including maintenance of horses including basic medical treatments and nutrition, supervision of employees, handling the business side of the stable and developing and maintaining strong relationships with clients. Beginning Spanish I Today, it s more important than ever to Englishspeakers to have a working knowledge of Spanish. However, it isn t necessary to spend months memorizing grammatical rules and concepts. After taking this course, you ll be able to comprehend the spoken language and engage in basic conversation. Emphasis will be on: vocabulary, common phrases and practical expressions used in everyday situations. You ll have fun and learn about Latin American culture, too! Students will need a Spanish/English dictionary. Text book for class will be announced at first class meeting. Beginning Spanish II Continue to expand your vocabulary and enjoy expressing yourself in your new language. The primary focus will be conversation, though grammar will be covered as well. Students should have completed Begging Spanish I or have had some training in Spanish. Students will need a Spanish/English dictionary and textbook, Spanish is Fun Workbook 2 which can be purchased at the campus bookstore. RUTHERFORD CAMPUS OR RUTHERFORDTON LEARNING CENTER classes call , option 2 then option 1 Please call 828/ , option 2, and then option 1 between 8 AM and 7 PM Monday through Thursday and 8 AM and 4:30 PM on Friday for registration information. To reach Butch Rollins call after 12 PM. POLK CENTER classes call Continuing Education Schedule of Classes 25

26 CLASSES UNDER CONSTRUCTION - SPRING 2016 Bluegrass Singing Workshop This workshop will provide instruction on singing bluegrass style. You ll receive instruction on vocal techniques, strengthening your voice and proper breath control as well as individual guidance on finding your key and developing your skills. You don t have to be able to read music to participate in this class. Equine Nutrition This course will cover the many factors involved in establishing and maintaining a healthy diet and solid equine nutritional program. You will be guided through an overview of the equine digestive system, basics of nutrition, feeding management practices, critical nutrients, legumes and grasses, grains, supplements, feeding guidelines and much more. Fly Fishing Here is a great way to enjoy the outdoors and relax. Michael Lewis, a NC Licensed Fishing Guide, will teach you the basics of how to tie all kinds of flies for fresh water fishing. It s easier than you think. You ll learn about fly fishing, tackle, terminology, reading a lake or river, safety, where to find fish, and where the best fishing spots are. You can bring your own fly rod if you have one, but if not, Michael has some to practice with in class, and will make recommendations for your first purchase. You ll spend a Saturday at a local river to put to use what you ve learned. A North Carolina fishing license is not required for the class, but may be necessary for fishing. Human Potential Seminar The Human Potential Seminar is a positive, small group experience designed to help you become more self-motivating, self-determining and develop greater empathetic regard for others. You will participate in a series of insightful structured exercises. We will set some short and long term goals that will be useful after the class is finished. Above all, this class will improve self-esteem. Instructor, Pat Dockendorf, a former professor at the Community College of Baltimore has been a Human Potential leader for many years. She holds a BS in Health & Physical Education from Ohio State University, a Masters in Health & Physical Education from Columbia University and a Master of Mental Health from Johns Hopkins Medical School. She is a mental health counselor and has been on the staff of Cooper- Riis for the past 11 years. Large Animal Vet Assistant This program is designed for people who want to work at a veterinary clinic or facility and for those who are currently employed in positions in which they look after animals. All aspects of veterinary assisting will be covered including veterinary terminology, anatomy and physiology, animal behavior and communication, grooming techniques, proper handling and restraining of animals, handling specimens, interacting with clients and educating them in topics such as nutrition, proper care and administration of medications. Microsoft Excel, Intermediate You can use Excel to analyze numbers, keep track of data, and graphically represent your information. Excel also makes your job easier by providing an easy to use interface, and an array of powerful tools to help you turn your data into useable information and better information leads to better decision making! This twoday intensive class is designed for experienced computer users and concepts are presented in an accelerated format. Course Objectives Format worksheets and data Understand some of the more advanced formulas and functions Work with data in tables and Pivot Tables Create charts and use the Quick Analysis features Microsoft Excel, Introduction Learn how to organize and analyze data using Microsoft Excel. You can use Excel to analyze numbers, keep track of data, and graphically represent your information. This two-day intensive class is designed for experienced computer users and concepts are presented in an accelerated format. Course Objectives Open and create Excel workbook files Be more familiar with the Ribbons and Groups of commands Enter and edit data Format worksheets and data Print and view workbooks Understand basic formulas and functions Create basic charts Music Business- How to Get Airplay on the Radio This workshop will provide guidance on how to get your music noticed, and hopefully, played on the radio. PSB Prep Workshop, Instructor: Reagan Clark The PSB (Psychological Services Bureau Examination) is the entrance test given to prospective (RN) and (Surgical Technology) students. Heath occupations candidates understand the importance of a good score on the PSB Test. One of the major stumbling blocks candidates face in being selected into a health care program is a good score on the PSB Test. Many times candidates fail to qualify simply because they are rusty, or cannot remember specific academic processes. Prepare for the PSB entrance exam (spelling, verbal/non-verbal, science, math, etc. and test taking skills) by taking this workshop. It focuses on test taking strategies, types of problems to expect on the test, and dealing with the pressure, Students will focus on mathematical problems, reading comprehension passages, reasoning, spelling and aptitude questions. Students must have the Master the Nursing School and Allied Health Entrance Exams course book, available in the Isothermal Bookstore. RN Deadline: January 20th 2016 Exam Prep Courses Begin: January 2016 RN Exam Date: February 11th 2016 ServSafe Certification This food safety certification course, developed by the Educational Foundation of the National Restaurant Association, is a comprehensive program for food service professionals in restaurants, hospitals, nursing homes, child-care facilities, and other food-handling establishments. This class will teach you food safety, developing standard sanitation operating procedures, examining controls for food borne illnesses, and more. TEAS Prep Workshop Instructor: Reagan Clark The TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) is the entrance test given to prospective (LPN) nursing students. Heath occupations candidates understand the importance of a good score on the TEAS Test. One of the major stumbling blocks candidates face in being selected into a health care program is a good score on the TEAS Test. Many times candidates fail to qualify simply because they are rusty, or cannot remember specific academic processes. It was developed in order to measure basic essential skills in Reading, Mathematics, Science, and English and Language Usage. The workshop will provide helpful test taking hints and a refresher of material covered on the test. Students must have Study Manual for the Test of Essential Academic Skills, available in the Isothermal Bookstore. Practical Nurse Education Enrollment Period: February 11th April 15th 2016 Exam Prep courses begin: May 2016 PNE Exam Date: June 9th 2016 Useful Ideas in Economics This course will cover microeconomics and macroeconomics. On the microeconomics side topics such as opportunity costs, changes in supply and demand, winners and losers, wages and salaries, interest, profits, competition and more will be studied. On the macroeconomics side topics such as GDP, GNP, defining money, good government for growth and meritocracy, fiscal policy, exchange rates and more will be discussed. Instructor Alan Batchelder holds a PhD in Economics with 24 years of college teaching. He has written books on poverty and on international trade and for 16 years has been pushing economic policy reforms in developing nations. HELP WANTED We are always looking for new course ideas and instructors. If you have an idea for a class, please Jonathan Bland at the Rutherford Campus, or Kate Barkschat at the Polk Center, Include suggested class title, a brief description of class content, and your qualifications to teach the class. 26 Isothermal Community College

27 Pedicure... $18.00 ommunity College EMERGENCY SERVICES Located in the Student Center Located in the Student C Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) The Basic Law Enforcement Training Program (BLET) taught Walk-ins at Welcome Isothermal Community College is a 640-hour program that prepares No appointment necessary Walk-ins Welcome No appointm All services performed by students. students to become certified law enforcement officers. With a staff All services performed by students. Please allow ample Located time to complete in the Student Center Please allow ample Located time to complete in the Stud of more than 40 instructors, the BLET includes 33 topics the services that you cover have requested the services you have requested virtually every basic Located task that in an the inexperienced Student Center officer should know. 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28 DUKE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT HELP WANTED We are always looking for new course ideas and instructors. The Polk Campus is pleased to present courses in the Duke University Certificate Program in Nonprofit Management. This fall we will host the following: Fresh Approaches to Securing Business Support Friday, September 11, a.m. 4 p.m., Polk Center Melissa LeRoy, Session Leader Businesses and corporations have changed their philosophy regarding donations and have become more strategic in giving to nonprofits organizations. These changes mean nonprofits must adapt their relationships if they are to receive support from the business sector. This class will: Explore current trends in corporate giving and how nonprofits can incorporate these insights into their fundraising efforts Help participants identify what businesses and special events would be a good fit for their organization Teach how to put together a simple package to present to business and in turn how to deliver the results promised in the package, Showcase a great fundraising program and break it down piece by piece to illustrate how to have successful fundraisers year round. Instructor: Melissa LeRoy holds a Duke Certificate in Nonprofit Management and a Duke Advanced Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership. She teaches nonprofit management class throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. Melissa is a board member of the NC Center for NonProfits, and is designated a nonprofit mentor for the Western Region of North Carolina. She contributes a regular Non-Profit Leadership column to the Tryon Daily Bulletin, and has a consulting firm. Sponsor: Duke Nonprofit Management Program WNC Nonprofit Pathways 3 Easy Ways To Pre-Register For better customer service, ALL classes now require prepayment. By Phone Call , Rutherford Campus or , Polk Center to register for classes. Please have the course number and your social security number handy when you call. In Person Drop by the Continuing Education Office in The Foundation Building. on the Rutherford Campus or at the Polk Center On The WEB Pre-Registration Rutherford Campus Polk Center If you have an idea for a class, please Jonathan Bland at the Rutherofrd Campus, or Kate Barkschat at the Polk Center, Include suggested class title, a brief description of class content, and your qualifications to teach the class. CANCELLATION POLICY If we cancel a class, you will be notified. If you would like to cancel your place in a class, please notify us as soon as possible before the class meets for the first time. REGISTRATION FEE REFUND POLICY If you need a refund or transfer, contact the Polk Center 828/ or the Rutherford Campus at 828/ A 100% refund shall be made if you officially withdraw prior to the first day of class or if the class is canceled. A 75% refund shall be made if you officially withdraw from the class prior to or on the official 10% point of the class. No refund thereafter. POLK CENTER classes call Visit the Polk Center website at RUTHERFORD CAMPUS classes call , option 2 then option 1 Visit the Rutherford Campus website at 28 Isothermal Community College

29 SMALL BUSINESS CENTER The Small Business at Isothermal Community College is a community-based provider of education and training, counseling, information and referral for persons who are currently in business or those seeking to start a new business in Rutherford or Polk County. The Small Business Center conducts seminars and training through-out the year that are designed to provide you information on various small business topics. SCORE Mentor Open Panel Discussion July 28, 6:30-8:30 pm, Polk Campus Marketing Your Business on a Shoestring Budget August 13, 6:30-8:30 pm, Polk Campus QuickBooks Processing Payroll August 20, 6:00-9:00 pm, Spindale Campus Legal and Tax Issues for Small Businesses August 27, 6:30-8:30 pm, Polk Campus Writing a Business Plan for Start-Ups September 10, 6:30-8:30 pm, Polk Campus Shop Local-Buy Local, Invest local to gain more business for you and your business September 15, 1:00-4:00 pm, Polk Campus Marketing with Pinterest for Business Owners September 15, 6:00-9:00 pm, Spindale Campus November 12, 1:00-4:00 pm, Polk Campus Managing Your Business Day to Day for Success September 24, 6:30-8:30 pm, Polk Campus Financing Your Small Business September 24, 6:00-9:00 pm, Spindale Campus How to Start a Business September 29, 6:00-9:00 pm, Spindale Campus Basics of Bookkeeping October 6, 6:00-9:00 pm, Spindale Campus Making Social Media Work for Your Business October 8, 6:30-8:30 pm, Polk Campus How to Start a Home Based Business October 13, 6:00-9:00 pm, Spindale Campus Your Small Business Taxes October 15, 6:00-9:00 pm, Spindale Campus Basics of Selling on ebay October 20, 1:00-4:00 pm, Polk Campus How to Start a Business on Etsy October 20, 6:00-9:00 pm, Spindale Campus October 27, 1:00-4:00 pm, Polk Campus How to do Business on Amazon October 27, 6:00-9:00 pm, Spindale Campus How to Write a Business Plan October 29, 6:00-9:00 pm, Spindale Campus How to Find Your Customers November 5, 6:00-9:00 pm, Spindale Campus Crowdfunding and other creative ways to get money for business owners November 12, 6:00-9:00 pm, Spindale Campus Marketing Your Business November 17, 6:00-9:00 pm, Spindale Campus To see a complete listing of the Small Business Center Seminars for Summer Please visit the following sites. Online registration is preferred at: https://www.ncsbc.net//center.aspx?center=75260 For more information please call Dee Spurlin at or Co-sponsored by Isothermal Community College Small Business Center Human Resource Development (HRD) Training People for Success in the Workforce Whether you are unemployed, employed but looking to make a change, or entering the job market for the first time, the path to successful employment starts with being prepared. The Continuing Education Department offers an assortment of classes geared toward equipping job seekers with information, skills, self-awareness and insight into workplace expectations. Be the job applicant who stands out. Start preparing yourself today! Preparing for the Job Search, Resume & Writing, Interviewing Skills Employability Skills - Soft skills employers want to see Technology Awareness for the Workplace Skills Development for the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) Pre-registration is REQUIRED for all classes. Students may register at the Continuing Education office of Isothermal Community College, lower level of the Foundation Building. Select classes may be registered for at the DWS office on Trade St., Forest City. Fees for HRD classes can be waived if the student qualifies, including those unemployed, under-employed, or who have received notice of layoff. For detailed information, contact Karen Marshall, HRD Coordinator, at or Continuing Education Schedule of Classes 29

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