Chattanooga State Offers Continuing Education Classes In February

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

The Continuing Education Department at Chattanooga State Community College announces upcoming classes for the first two weeks of February. Classes covering computer skills, learning a second language, art, professional certifications and more are scheduled throughout the month.


Computer classes include the following:

Word level 1                           2/2/12 to 2/8/13          $159

Excel Level 1                          2/5/13 to 2/21/13        $159

Outlook                                   2/6/13 to 2/7/13          $159

Introduction to Windows       2/12/13                        $125


Language classes are as follows:

Conversational Arabic I         2/4/13 to 2/20/13        $ 99

Conversational Russian I       2/4/13 to 2/20/13        $ 99

Conversational French I         2/5/13 to 2/21/13        $ 99

Conversational German I       2/5/13 to 2/21/13        $99

Conversational Italian I          2/5/13 to 2/21/13        $ 99

English for Language for       2/5/13 to 4/16/13        $299

Learners Part I & II

TOEFL IBT Exam                  2/6/13 to 4/24/13        $245

Preparation for Advanced English Learners


Professional Certification classes include the following:

Certified Six Sigma Green Belt         2/4/13 to 2/20/13        $2695

Life, Accident, & Health Insurance   2/4/13 to 2/8/13          $ 249

Pre-Licensing

OSHA 30-Hour workshop for                        2/4/13 to 2/7/13          $ 795

General Industry

Property & Casualty Insurance          2/8/13                          $  69

Continuing Education class

Tennessee Environmental                  2/12/13                        $ 99

Regulatory Overview

OSHA 10-Hour Workshop for           2/14/13 to 2/15/13      $249

General Industry


Art classes are as follows:

Introduction to Drawing                     2/6/13 to 3/13/13                    $125

Beginning/Intermediate                     2/11/13 to 3/11/13                  $186

Wheel Thrown Pottery


The following miscellaneous classes are also available:

ACT Preparation                                2/5/13 to 2/7/13                      $135

Retirement Planning: ABC’s             2/9/13 to 2/16/13                    $ 49

of Conservative Investing

Corporate training classes are available on site for businesses in Chattanooga State’s service area, which includes Bledsoe, Grundy, Hamilton, Marion, Rhea, and Sequatchie Counties in Tennessee; Catoosa, Dade and Walker Counties in Georgia; and Jackson County Alabama.


For a complete list of classes offered by the Continuing Education Department at Chattanooga State or to register,  call 697-3100.


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