Continuing Education Classes Offered In April At Chattanooga State

Tuesday, April 09, 2013

The Continuing Education Department at Chattanooga State Community College announces upcoming classes for the month of April. Classes covering computer skills, professional certifications and credentialing, and hobbies like wine tasting, and motorcycle riding are scheduled throughout the month.

Computers

Intro to Windows 4/16/13 $125

Excel Level I 4/17/13 to 4/19/13 $159

Introduction to the Internet 4/23/13 $125

Excel Level II 4/24/13 to 4/26/13 $199

EBay Selling: Ins and Outs 4/25/13 $99

QuickBooks Pro 1 4/29/13 to 4/30/13 $259

Hobbies 

Ballroom Dancing Fundamentals 4/11/13 to 5/16/13 $65

Motorcycle Basic Rider Course 4/13/13 to 4/14/13 $225

Biblical Assertiveness 4/16/13 to 5/7/13 $125

Value White Wines for under $12 4/16/13 $45

Introduction to Drawing 4/17/13 to 5/22/13 $125

Motorcycle Basic Rider Course 4/20/13 to 4/21/13 $225

Beginning Knitting 4/22/13 $35

Value Red Whites for under $12 4/23/13 $45

Motorcycle Basic Rider Course 4/27/13 to 4/28/13 $225

Hatha Yoga 4/29/13 to 7/24/13 $135

Shuttle Tatting 4/29/13 $40

Tai Chi 4/29/13 to 7/24/13 $115

Wine & Chocolate 4/30/13 $50

Exam Review, Certification and Credentialing

10-hr Workshop for General Industry 4/11/13 to 4/12/13 $249

Limited Residential Contractor 4/12/13 to 4/20/13 $449

TACHE East Regional Meeting 4/12/13 $25

NSPF Certified Pool & Spa Operators Course 4/17/13 to 4/18/13 $350

Certified Case Manager 4/20/13 $249

Property & Casualty Insurance Pre-Licensing Class 4/22/13 to 4/26/13 $294

8-hr Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response Annual Refresher Update Training 4/23/13 $225

Life, Accident & Health Insurance Continuing Education Class 4/27/13 $69

 

 


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