Chattanooga State Offers Continuing Education Classes In January

Friday, January 11, 2013

During the month of January, the Continuing Education Department at Chattanooga State Community College is offering a variety of classes ranging from personal interest, computer software programs, business skills development, and HAZMAT.

January 17

Certified Six Sigma Yellow Belt

Ebay Selling: The Ins & Outs

Introduction to WINDOWS

January 18

Linked In for Business

January 19


January 21

Property & Casualty Insurance Pre-Licensing Class

January 22

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Buying a Home

January 23

Access Level 1

Digital Photography for the Beginner


January 24

8-hour Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response Annual refresher update

Introduction to Internet

January 26

QuickBooks Pro I

January 28

40-hour Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response Annual refresher update

Digital Photography for the Beginner


Tai Chi

Tri Yoga

January 30

QuickBook Pro II

For information about registration, costs, class schedules or additional classes, call 697-3100.

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