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This course is designed for the photographer who wants to expand their knowledge of photography. Students will be taken to a further level, focusing on complex camera, composition, lighting and photoshop editing techniques. The course follows hands-on approach plenty of practical training and projects in helping the student to develop their own style. *Must have basic understanding of using DSLR camera in manual mode and/or completion of Beginners Digital Photography. Course meets for 5 classes on Tuesday nights. More
Starts: 11/6/2018 6:30 PM
Every adult needs an estate plan. This course will teach you the fundamentals and elements of will and trust based estate plans. When you have all the proper elements in your plan you and your family will be protected and cared for in the event of incapacity or death. Each class participant will create a customized Estate Plan Design Summary during the course. Topics of review will include: Wills, Trusts, Financial and Health Care Directives, Life Estates and Homestead Protection, Guardianship and Elder Law, DIY Estate Planning Mistakes. This is a one night course. More
Starts: 11/7/2018 6:00 PM
This course is intended to explore the power of Excel as an analytical tool. You will develop the ability to organize and analyze data turning numbers into valuable information and impactful insights. Topics include: creating advanced formulas, analytical functions, visualizing data and analyzing data with PivotTables and PivotCharts.
This class meets on Monday and Wednesday nights for 6 classes.
Starts: 10/22/2018 6:30 PM
The Excel workbook has many layers that add depth to your analysis. This course includes more advanced topics such as: sharing and protecting workbooks, automating workbook functionality, auditing workbooks and more advanced methods for visualizing data.
This course meets on Monday and Wednesday nights for 6 classes. More
Starts: 11/19/2018 6:30 PM
This course is designed to build on the Introduction to Programming using Java and is also open to anyone with some experience using Java. This course delves into the power of Java including networking and Graphical User Interface (GUI) design and Java 8 features. Course topics include: netbeans and eclipse IDE, networking and multithreaded programming, graphical user interface design, UI design components, functional interfaces and lambda expressions, Java 8 date/time and stream API’s. Course meets on Wednesday evenings for 5 classes. More
Starts: 11/7/2018 6:30 PM
This course will focus on the basics of MIG and TIG welding, generally done on thinner material in a weld shop. The primary focus is on safety, along with other topics including identification of alloys, advantages and drawbacks of each welding type, and a general understanding of the welding arc. Students will be able to interpret and critique their own welds, making necessary adjustments to their machine or technique. The course will cover all joints and positions and students will be working with mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum. Safety glasses, work boots, MIG or TIG gloves, welding shield, jeans and a cotton shirt are required for every class. Class meets Monday and Wednesday for 10 classes. Tuition for this course is $745 plus a $95 materials fee. More
Starts: 11/5/2018 5:30 PM