Chattanooga State Offers Continuing Education Classes In July

Friday, June 28, 2013

The Continuing Education Department at Chattanooga State Community College announces upcoming classes for the month of July. There will be classes covering computer skills, professional certification, credentialing, and hobbies like knitting, writing, and motorcycle riding scheduled throughout the month.  In addition, a series of youth oriented summer camps will be offered.


Computers

WORD Level I  7/9/13 to 7/10/13  $159

Microsoft Transition from 07 to 10  7/16/13  $125

EXCEL II  7/13/13 to 7/20/13  $199

EXCEL I  7/23/13 to 7/25/13  $159

Introduction to the Personal Computer  7/19/13  $125

Introduction to WINDOWS  7/26/13  $125

QuickBooks Pro 1  7/27/13  $329

WORD Level II  7/30/13 & 7/31/13  $199


Exam Review, Certification and Credentialing

Certified Six Sigma Green  to Black Belt  7/1/13 to 7/2/13,  7/29/13 to 7/30/13  $2995

24-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency  7/8/13 to 7/10/13  $579

  Response Facility Spill Technician

40-Hour Site Worker  7/8/13 to 7/12/13  $795

Post Test Coronal Polishing Certification  7/13/13  $139

Beginning Medical Coding & Reimbursement I  7/16/13 to 8/1/13

8-hour Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response Annual Refresher

  Update Training  7/18/13  $225

Certified Case Manager Exam Review Course  7/20/13 to 7/21/13  $249

Property & Casualty Insurance Continuing Ed  7/23/13  $69

Edison Electric Institute (EEI) Exam Preparation 7/27/13 to 8/31/13  $395

NSPF Certified Pool & Spa Operators Course  7/29/13 to 7/30/13  $350

Life, Accident & Health Insurance Pre-Licensing Class  7/29/13 to 8/2/13  $294

DOT Hazardous Materials Awareness Program  7/31/13  $225


Financial Planning

Savvy Social Security Planning  7/16/13  $49

Savvy Social Security Planning  7/18/13  $49


Hobbies

Digital Photography for the Intermediate  7/1/13 to 8/5/13  $139

Landscape Design  7/8/13 to 7/24/13  $89

Sudoku Level III  7/9/13  $20

Ballroom Dancing Fundamentals  7/11/13 to 8/15/14  $65

Beading and Jewelry Making  7/11/13 to 7/25/13  $49

Motorcycle Basic Rider Course  7/13/13 to 7/14/13  $225

Motorcycle Basic Rider Course  7/20/13 to 7/21/13  $225

Poetically Spoken – Words form the Heart   7/22/13 to 8/26/13  $125

  to the Pen

Hairpin Lace 7/24/13  $45

Broomstick Lace  7/27/13  $40

Writing for Magazines Workshop  7/27/13  $95

Cable Knitting  7/29/13  $35


Languages

Conversational French III  7/2/13 o 7/23/13  $99


Summer Camps

Graphic Design for Teens  7/8/13 to 7/12/13  $109

Lego Robotics Camp  7/8/13 to 7/212/13  $109

Advanced Lego Robotics Camp  7/15/13 to 7/19/13  $119

Robotics – Electronics & Basic Programming  7/15/13 to 7/19/13  $109

Web Page Design  7/15/13 to 7/19/13  $109

3D Animation   7/22/13 to7/26/13  $109

Advanced Lego Robotics Camp  7/22/13 to 7/26/13  $119

Advanced 3D Animation   7/22/13 to 7/26/13  $109

Advanced 3D Animation   7/29/13 to 8/2/13  $109

Digital Photography for Teens  7/29/13 to 8/5/13  $109

Advanced Robotics  7/29/13 to 8/2/13  $119

 

For more information or to register for one of these classes call 897-3100 or visit

www.chattanoogastate.edu/continuinged.


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