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Aerobics Cross Training ......................30
Nursing ................................................. 16
Painting ................................................26 Continuing Education
Aquatics ................................................32 Personal Interest.................................. 24
Art—General .......................................26 Photography .........................................26
Career Training/Exploration ................ 4 Public Safety.........................................27 We are located in the Continuing Education Center.
Ceramics ...............................................25 Reading ................................................. 16
Communication/Writing .................... 17 Real Estate............................................13
734-462-4448 • CEPD@schoolcraft.edu
Computers .............................................. 9 Small Business/Entrepreneur ............... 5 Continuing Education Center Hours
Culinary................................................20 Tai Chi...................................................37
Monday–Friday, 8 am–5 pm
Dance ....................................................35 Teacher Recertification ....................... 14
Drawing ................................................25 Tennis ...................................................36
English Language.................................23 Test Preparation ..................................18 Schoolcraft College has published this schedule for informational
Family Living .......................................19 Wellness ...............................................19 purposes only and its contents shall not constitute a contract between
Fencing .................................................37 Yoga.......................................................37 this institution and prospective or enrolled students.
Financial Planning ..............................13 The information presented here reflects the current curricula, policies
Non-Instructional Activities ....... 40–41 and regulations of the College. However, these are subject to change at
Foreign Language ................................ 24
any time by action of the Board of Trustees or the administration.
Lifelong Learners .................................19 Online & Hybrid Class Information...42
It is the policy of Schoolcraft College that no person shall, on the basis of
Math ..................................................... 17 Registration Dates & Information .....40 race, color, national origin, gender, age, marital status, creed or disability,
Motorcycle Safety Education ..............28 Registration Form ...............................41 be excluded from participating in, be denied benefits of, or be subjected
Music ....................................................27 Waiver of Liability Form for to discrimination during any program or activity or in employment.
Nonprofit/Grant Funding ...................12 Fitness Classes .....................................41 A doctor’s review of your health is advised before starting any exercise
The Schoolcraft College Continuing Education and Professional
Development Schedule is published three times yearly.
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How to Read tHis scHedule
SAMPLE CLASS CLASS KEY
Purchase textbook and bring to first class—available
CuLinARy Class Description at the College Bookstore. View book pricing and details
Title ServSafe at www.schoolcraftbooks.com. The bookstore will be
Designed for owners and managers of food service estab- closed June 27–29 for inventory, May 28 and July 4.
lishments, this class will prepare you for final examina-
tions administered by the Educational Foundation of the Purchase a USB flash/thumb drive and bring to first class—
National Restaurant Association. Upon successful comple- available at the College Bookstore.
tion of the program and exam (taken in class), the certified
individual will be qualified to train personnel in sanita-
tion techniques, communicate with representatives of the See Online Class Information on page 42 for specific requirements.
health departments having jurisdiction, recognize sanita-
tion deficiencies, and initiate improvements.
W Waiver required. See page 41.
Number CES 2087 (1.8 CEu) Units awarded upon $200/Senior Cost $160
Prerequisite—CES 2187 Cooking 101:
Cost/Senior Cost Skill Development or instructor’s approval.
Duration 2 days Thur & Fri Feb 19 Start Date 8 am-5 pm Time See page 22 for tool kit requirements.
Number Sec. 921021 Off Campus Class Location T. Holewinski Instructor
CES 2380 Pastry 101: Skill Development is strongly recommended
Days Class Meets
before taking this class. Cooking 101 is not required.
See page 22 for tool kit requirements.
New classes and class sections continuously being added.
Visit www.schoolcraft.edu/cepd for updates.
campus map & diRectoRy
Schoolcraft College General College 734-462-4400 Bookstore 734-462-4409
18600 Haggerty Road Continuing Education Center 734-462-4448 www.schoolcraftbooks.com
Livonia, Michigan 48152-2696 Hearing Impaired Phone 734-462-4437
livonia campus other campus offices
AS...........Applied Sciences Building A ......... Grote Administration Center
BTC ... Biomedical Technology Center Human Resources
CEC ..... Continuing Education Center CC ....................... Children’s Center
Child Care Program—
F ............................ Forum Building no drop-off care available
LA ................... Liberal Arts Building S ...........................Service Building
L ............................Bradner Library Bookstore Lost & Found
Learning Assistance Center Campus Security Police 734-462-4424
MC ...................... McDowell Center
Admissions & Enrollment Center off campus locations
Career & Transfer Center MED .......................Medical Center
Cashier Computer Lab 17940 Farmington Road, Livonia
Counseling Center Registration Center southeast corner at Curtis
Student Accounts Transition Center RC ........Radcliff Center, Garden City
PE ......... Physical Education Building 1751 Radcliff Street, Garden City
TBA ..................... To be announced 734-462-4770
Students will be called when location just south of Ford Road
is finalized. Class will be held at between Wayne & Merriman
Livonia campus. PSTC...Public Safety Training Complex
TCTS .......................... Tennis Courts 31777 Industrial Road, Livonia
VT ........................ VisTaTech Center
American Harvest Restaurant
Business Development Center
Culinary Arts Program
Main Street Cafe
W ......................Waterman Wing
Henry’s Food Court Meeting Rooms
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CAREER TRAINING/EXPLORATION oppor
r the f
s: Pha ollow
whether you have been recently laid off, are re-entering the workforce, looking to bolster your career rmacy ing
or want to transition into a new career, schoolcraft college can provide you with an effective strategy Perso Technic
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Certifi ness T
to achieve your goals. cation rainer
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we offer training classes and skills certificates to help you move forward. our convenient classes allow geme Projec
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you to keep earning while learning. schoolcraft instructors work hands-on with you throughout classes, Exam entials
sharing their knowledge, experience and skills to help you develop expertise. CEPD Conta
office ct the
Project Management Essentials and Project Management Basics
Exam Preparation Are you a part-time project manager, accidental
Are you preparing for the PMP or CAPM exam? Or project manager, or a project manager that needs
to refresh your knowledge and complement your
looking for valuable project management skills?
Gain essential knowledge about project manage- skill sets? Learn the basics of project manage- FRee inFoRmation session
ment to deliver results for your stakeholders. ment, and apply these basics into your work proj-
Topics include management of integration, scope, ects. Group exercises and classroom discussion Want to learn more about
time, cost, quality, human resources, commu- focus on practical application of project manage- PROJECT MANAGEMENT?
nications, risk, and procurement. Get tools and ment principles, tools and techniques necessary
techniques for initiating, planning, executing, to successfully initiate, plan, execute, monitor and Come to our free session
controlling, and closing projects. Do group prac- control and close a project. Tuesday, May 1
tice exercises and discuss exam preparation ques- CES2 1593 (1.6 CEu) $295/Senior Cost $236 6–7:30 p.m.
tions. This course targets those that have project 6 weeks Mon May 14 6-8:40 pm
McDowell Center, room 110
team experience, as well as project managers seek- Sec. 927517 BTC170 E. van der Meulen, PMP
ing to refresh their knowledge and complement
skill sets. For each exam’s preparation require-
ments visit www.schoolcraft.edu/CEPD/pmp.
CES2 1572 (3.6 CEu) $795
10 weeks Tues May 15 6-9:40 pm Physical Fitness Careers
Sec. 927505 MC110 E. van der Meulen, PMP CPR & AED Training Personal Fitness Trainer Certification
Acquire the knowledge and confidence to identify Join this fun field and be a part of what the US
MS Project 2010: An introduction and provide necessary treatment for someone Labor Department and the fitness industry have
Learn how to create a project schedule in MS Proj- injured or hurt. This class teaches child and adult documented as a high demand profession. Whether
ect. Use a work break down structure to decompose CPR as well as airway obstruction management, you desire a career change, or want to build your per-
the project deliverables into tasks, define relation- mouth-to-mask training and how to use an AED. sonal knowledge, get the information you need to
ships between tasks, assign resources, analyze the An American Heart Association CPR card, valid for become a Certified Personal Trainer. This challenging
critical path, and explore various schedule compres- two years, will be issued upon successful comple- class is taught over a 8-week period. The National
sion techniques to reach milestone dates. Then cre- tion of the class. Textbook included. This is not a Exam is held on the 9th week. Sixteen hours of
ate a hands-on mock project plan in our computer CPR certified class for healthcare professionals. lectures include anatomy, exercise physiology, nutri-
lab, increasing your confidence using MS Project Daytime classes have a one hour lunch which is not tion, health screening, etc. In addition, sixteen hours
so you can get started creating your own project included in CEU total. of “hands on” practical training prepares you to
schedules. For memory storage, bring a USB Flash actually work with clients one-on-one and provides
CES 4252 (.4 CEu) $89/Senior Cost $71.20
Drive (thumb drive) to class. Prerequisite: basic 1 day Wed May 30 5:30-9:30 pm a great opportunity to network with employers. Cer-
knowledge of Project Management. Sec. 927507 AS378 J. Nicholas tification requires passing the written and practical
CES2 6203 (.8 CEu) $149/Senior Cost $119.20 1 day Sat Aug 4 9 am-2 pm exam, completing a 30-hour internship and having
4 weeks Mon May 14 6:30-8:30 pm Sec. 937529 AS378 J. Nicholas current CPR/AED credentials. At the last class meet-
Sec. 927518 VT450 J. Greer, PMP
ing, students need to be available for the entire class
4 weeks Wed July 11 6:30-8:30 pm
duration, but may not be on-site the entire time. A
Sec. 937528 VT450 J. Greer, PMP
half-hour lunch is not included in CEU total. W
CES 9861 (3.5 CEu) $749
9 weeks Sat June 2
Schoolcraft College is a great place to get an education!
LA330 10 am-12 pm
PE210 12 pm-2:30 pm
Great campus, great instructors and great staff. Sec. 927503
9 weeks Sat
Certified Fitness Instructor
Paul K., Project Management Essentials and PE105
12 pm-2 pm
Exam Preparation Sec. 927508 No class 7/28 Certified Fitness Instructor
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Pharmacy Technician Resume Writing Online Become a Veterinary Assistant Online
Transform your resume into a powerful tool that Do you like animals? Consider preparing for a career
Professional Pharmacy Technician Training
will help get you interviews. Learn different for- as a veterinary assistant. Get the information you
The demand for trained pharmacy technicians is
mats, how to write an employment objective, and need to work in a veterinary office or hospital.
growing, both locally and nationally. This course
tips on writing a persuasive cover letter. CES 8426 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
is appropriate if you’re interested in becoming
CES2 1512 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 927515
a pharmacy technician, preparing for the certi-
6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 927509 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 927513
fication exam, are a pre-pharmacy student, or
6 weeks May 16 Sec. 927511
have a healthcare background and are looking to
strengthen your current skills. Be introduced to 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 937525 The Craft of Magazine Writing Online
6 weeks July 18 Sec. 937527 If you enjoy writing, explore the fundamentals
various pharmacy practice settings covering topics
of writing for magazines. Learn powerful brain-
such as drug classes, basic physiology, drug inter-
Administrative Assistant Fundamentals Online storming techniques designed to make writing
actions, and daily pharmacy operations. Learn to
Discover and master the essentials of managerial easier and develop the skills needed to write and
effectively assist in pharmaceutical preparations,
and staff support, information and records man- sell your articles.
focus heavily on calculations and complete daily
agement, communications technology, travel and CES 7193 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
tasks required in any pharmacy environment. All
meeting coordination, space planning and office 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 927512
students will be required to participate in an inter-
ergonomics. 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 927514
view exercise that involves hands-on and/or obser-
CES2 1441 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
vatory experience in one of two different pharmacy Travel Writing Online
6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 927501
settings, hospital or community. Consider the possibility of exploring the world
6 weeks May 16 Sec. 927504
Prerequisite: Math skills* including arithmetic, as a travel writer. Translate what is seen, heard,
basic algebra, complex fractions and equations, Administrative Assistant Applications Online tasted, touched, smelled, and felt, into publishable
conversions, and basic analytical concepts (skills Explore how economics, accounting, business law, articles and books. Understand the writing styles
utilized in high school algebra). Textbooks, drug organizational behavior, and management affect and methods needed to sell material in today’s
cards and compounding materials are included in administrative assistant responsibilities and activi- competitive market.
the class cost. Daytime classes have a lunch which ties. Plan and exercise control to increase your effi- CES 7201 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
is not included in CEU total. ciency and effectiveness. 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 927516
CES 8474 (10.5 CEu) $1,995 CES2 1497 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 937526
14 weeks Sat May 5 8:30 am-4:30 pm 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 927502
Sec. 927506 AS740 N. Shammas See Online Class Information on
6 weeks June 20 Sec. 937524
14 weeks Tues & Thur May 8 6-9:45 pm
page 42 for specific requirements.
Sec. 927510 AS740 F. Devantier
* Not sure of your math competency?
A math assessment can provide the answers.
Additional information available in our FAQ
section: www.schoolcraft.edu/cepd/pharmacy. SMALL BuSinESS/EnTREPREnEuR
Event Planning Certificate
Payment plans may be available for Our event planning courses are designed to accommodate all levels of education and experience, from
the Pharmacy Technician Training entry level students to individuals in the event planning industry. To qualify for an Event Planning
Certificate, participants must successfully complete all four courses. Various courses are offered
Program—call CEPD at 734-462-4448 throughout the year, with this semester’s offering listed below.
for details. It is recommended that students complete the certificate in the following order: Introduction to Event
Planning, Wedding Planning, Special Event Design & Décor, Event Planning Practical Experience. Look
for Special Event Design & Décor and Event Planning Practical Experience classes in the fall semester
with classes starting in September.
introduction to Event Planning Wedding Planning: Creating the
Discover the ABCs of event planning whether Memories of a Lifetime
Whether you are looking for a new career or are
FRee inFoRmation session you’re orchestrating a social or business meeting,
gala, conference, or any event with the goal of planning your own wedding, learn the nuts and
moving a group of people in a common direction. bolts of wedding planning. Get an overview of the
Learn more about a fulfilling career Explore working with vendors, budgets, scheduling wedding industry. Find out about wedding etiquette,
in PHARMACY TECHNOLOGY. and the importance of planning and promotion. how to plan and organize the event, the importance
Learn to throw the perfect event every time and of budgeting, venue and vendor selection, as well as
Join us for a free session keep your friends or colleagues raving. event designs and themes. You’ll do a wedding plan
Tuesday, April 24 CES2 1584 (1.4 CEu) $115/Senior Cost $92
project putting your knowledge to work.
6–7:30 p.m. 6 weeks Mon May 7 6:30-8:50 pm CES2 1517 (1.4 CEu) $115/Senior Cost $92
Sec. 920709 VT445 C. Gregorich & J. Martinez 6 weeks Tues June 19 6:30-8:50 pm
VisTaTech Center, room 460 Sec. 930738 VT445 C. Gregorich & J. Martinez
6 weeks Tues May 8 6:30-8:50 pm
Sec. 920714 VT445 C. Gregorich & J. Martinez 6 weeks Mon June 25 6:30-8:50 pm
Sec. 930715 VT445 C. Gregorich & J. Martinez
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Voice Acting i: More Than a Pretty Voice Voice Acting ii
If anyone has ever told you, “You’ve got a great Identifying both the character and the target audi-
voice, you should be doing commercials,” explore ence in any commercial script is the key to success.
voice acting. Discover what types of voice work Learn to expand on the unique selling point and Very informative
there are, what you need to enter the job market structure of voice acting. If time permits, each par-
and who has the jobs. Acquire the basic skills ticipant will step up to the microphone, record sev-
needed to create a voice-over demo, information eral takes of a script, and receive helpful feedback
about finding a talent agent and how to market from an expert in the field. Prerequisite: CES2 1519 LOVED IT!
your skills. If time permits, each participant will Voice Acting I: More Than a Pretty Voice.
step up to the microphone for a brief recording and CES2 1532 (.2 CEu) $49/Senior Cost $39.20
CEPD Voice Acting student
receive helpful feedback from an expert in the field. 1 day Sat June 2 10 am-12 pm
CES2 1519 (.2 CEu) $49/Senior Cost $39.20 Sec. 920719 BTC170 T. Force
1 day Sat May 19 10 am-12 pm
Sec. 920711 BTC170 T. Force
Entrepreneurship Fundamentals of Starting a Business
For more information or questions about class content, Are you considering self-employment, or at the
please call the michigan small Business and technology beginning stages of starting a business? Delivered
development center™ (mi-sBtdc™) at 734-462-4438. in a workshop format, this introductory session
will help you assess your ability to lead and manage
a company, as well as evaluate the market and sales
the michigan small Business & technology development center™
potential for your products. Discover resources
(mi-sBtdc™) network provides a full range of services for small
available to help launch new ventures in Michigan.
businesses that are emerging and growing throughout michigan
CES2 1542 (.3 CEu) $30/Senior Cost $24
including new venture companies, existing small businesses, 1 day Tues May 8 6-9 pm
expanding businesses, new technology companies, and innova- Sec. 920720 VT455 Staff
tors. the mi-sBtdc at schoolcraft college provides services and 1 day Wed May 30 2-5 pm
support to western wayne and southwest oakland counties. Sec. 920721 VT455 Staff
we can help you with the following: 1 day Tues July 10 9:30 am-12:30 pm
Sec. 930705 VT455 Staff
» counseling » training » Research » Business plan assistance
1 day Tues Aug 7 4-7 pm
Sec. 930706 VT455 Staff
Fundamentals of Writing a Business Plan
Increase your chance for successful self-employ-
money savings opportunity ment, or business launch by delving into business
planning. Topics covered include: specifics of mar-
keting, finance, legal, regulatory and operations
issues; key components of information based plan-
This money savings series is a real value and includes the following 5 classes: ning and management; and the first steps for creat-
• CES2 1542 Fundamentals of Starting a Business ing a business plan. Actual examples of effective
• CES2 1543 Fundamentals of Writing a Business Plan business plans are used as course material. Recom-
• CES2 1545 Fundamentals of Marketing Your Business mendation: CES2 1542 Fundamentals of Starting a
• CES2 1546 Fundamentals of Financial Management Business prior to this class.
• CES2 1544 Fundamentals of Business Legal Issues CES2 1543 (.3 CEu) $40/Senior Cost $32
See class descriptions for more information. 1 day Thurs May 10 6-9 pm
CES2 1582 (1.5 CEu) $169/Senior Cost $135.20 Sec. 920723 VT455 Staff
5 weeks Wed May 30, June 6, 13, 20, 27 2-5 pm 1 day Wed June 6 2-5 pm
Sec. 920718 See individual class listings for class locations Staff Sec. 920724 W205 Staff
1 day Thurs July 12 9:30 am-12:30 pm
you must register prior to the start of the series to take advantage of the savings. Sec. 930735 VT455 Staff
1 day Thurs Aug 9 4-7 pm
Sec. 930736 VT455 Staff
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Fundamentals of Marketing your Business Fundamentals of Financial Management Fundamentals of Business Legal issues
Discover practical applications of marketing con- Become familiar with the basics of financial man- Gain an understanding of different types of legal
cepts designed to grow small businesses. Topics agement. Topics covered include: how to apply the entities that are appropriate for structuring and
covered include: market analysis and research, tar- information from key financial statements to help starting a new business. Topics covered include: tax
get marketing, assessing competitors, and key mar- you manage your business; accounting language, and liability issues, basic elements of a contract,
keting implementation tools. Examine a strategic, including debits and credits; preparation of the bal- collections, licenses, registrations, employment and
well-planned approach to marketing with several ance sheet and profit and loss statement; cash flow property issues, leasing and insurance. Prospective
examples of effective hands-on marketing tech- analysis; and break even with specific small busi- business owners will be guided in setting up the
niques that focus on creating and keeping custom- ness examples. Recommendation: CES2 1542 Fun- organizational structure that will help protect you
ers. Recommendation: CES2 1542 Fundamentals of damentals of Starting a Business prior to this class. from unnecessary legal challenges. Recommenda-
Starting a Business prior to this class. CES2 1546 (.3 CEu) $40/Senior Cost $32 tion: CES2 1542 Fundamentals of Starting a Busi-
CES2 1545 (.3 CEu) $40/Senior Cost $32 1 day Wed June 20 2-5 pm ness prior to this class.
1 day Wed June 13 2-5 pm Sec. 920729 VT455 Staff CES2 1544 (.3 CEu) $40/Senior Cost $32
Sec. 920725 VT455 Staff 1 day Tues July 24 9:30 am-12:30 pm 1 day Wed June 27 2-5 pm
1 day Tues July 17 9:30 am-12:30 pm Sec. 930741 VT455 Staff Sec. 920727 VT455 Staff
Sec. 930737 VT455 Staff 1 day Thurs July 19 9:30 am-12:30 pm
Sec. 930739 VT455 Staff
Small Business A La Carte! Select one of the following classes to
complement the Entrepreneur classes or to enrich your business savvy. How to Become a Government Contractor
Let the government be
your newest customer.
Find out what it takes
Developing your unique Marketing Plan Working for yourself: The ins & Outs of to sell your goods and
Workshop Becoming a Consultant, a Contractor, or services to the federal
Successful small business owners need to develop Other Service Provider government and the State of Michigan. In addition,
a unique marketing plan. Begin with an assess- Are you an experienced professional with valuable, learn about the services and continuous support the
ment of current marketing initiatives, then learn to defined skill sets, looking for a new career avenue? Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) has
determine marketing opportunities that will drive Think about taking your expertise and becoming an available to help your company with the contracting
awareness and increase sales. Course time will be independent consultant, a contractor, or a service process. For more information or questions about
dedicated to developing the focus needed to create provider. Explore the steps to form your business course content please call 734-462-4438. Prerequisite:
your company’s unique marketing strategy. As part (LLC or other), market yourself and your services, Company must be in business for at least two years.
of the class, a mandatory questionnaire needs to create an action-oriented business plan, and define CES2 1539 (.3 CEu) $45/Senior Cost $36
be completed before the class starts. Please call the your client engagement. 1 day Thurs May 3 9 am-12 pm
MI-SBTDC at 734-462-4438 to secure a question- CES2 1548 (.3 CEu) $45/Senior Cost $36 Sec. 920715 VT425 Staff
naire. A one hour lunch is not included in CEU total. 1 day Tues Aug 21 4-7 pm 1 day Thurs June 7 9 am-12 pm
CES2 1595 (.6 CEu) $150/Senior Cost $120 Sec. 930714 VT445 Staff Sec. 920716 VT425 Staff
1 day Thurs June 28 9 am-4 pm 1 day Thurs July 12 9 am-12 pm
Sec. 920722 VT455 Staff Social networking for Small Business Sec. 930701 VT425 Staff
Learn the basics and etiquette of social networking 1 day Thurs Aug 9 9 am-12 pm
for your small business. Explore how to leverage Sec. 930702 VT425 Staff
social networks to help grow your business while
reducing your marketing costs. Discover the ben- Hands-on Registration Assistance for
efits, disadvantages and tricks of the major social Government Contracting
networks (Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn). Looking for help? This
CES2 1570 (.3 CEu) $45/Senior Cost $36 workshop is for PTAC
1 day Thurs June 21 3-6 pm clients looking for
Sec. 920712 VT455 S. Beeman assistance completing
Bridge the gap between 1 day Thurs Aug 23 4-7 pm your Central Contrac-
Sec. 930710 VT445 S. Beeman tor Registration (CCR), SBA’s Dynamic Small Busi-
business need and
ness Search, and/or the State of Michigan Vendor
business results. NEW FastTrac® Growth VentureTM Registration. Counselors will be available to help
Focus on the issues entrepreneurs need to make you understand and complete your online registra-
partner with us to create your critical decisions about business vision and strat- tions. For more information or questions about
training or consulting solution— egy; investigate next-stage growth and opportuni- class content please call 734-462-4438. Prereq-
held on site at your facility. ties; plan for strategic growth; build and maintain a uisite: CES2 1539 How to Become a Government
competitive advantage; lead with clarity; and maxi- Contractor or instructor’s approval.
call 734-462-4441 mize cash flow for future profitability. All materials
CES2 1541 (.2 CEu) $25/Senior Cost $20
or for more information go to are included in the course cost. 1 day Thurs June 21 9-11 am
CES2 1563 (3.0 CEu) $140/Senior Cost $112
www.schoolcraft.edu/bdc 10 weeks Fri June 8 8:30-11:30 am
Sec. 920717 VT450 Staff
1 day Thurs Aug 16 9-11 am
Sec. 930703 VT455 No class 7/6 Staff Sec. 930704 VT450 Staff
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Wow, What A Great Event Online Buy & Sell on eBay Online Starting a Consulting Practice Online
Create, coordinate and execute successful special Make extra money buying and selling goods online. Do you have training or knowledge that could be
events. Develop skills, find resources and gain Create titles that get noticed, learn to conduct useful to others? Learn the complete process of
confidence to successfully plan and produce any financial transactions safely and explore today’s starting and operating a consulting practice.
type of event. global marketplace through eBay online auctions. CES2 1370 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
CES2 1477 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 CES2 1496 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920701
6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920702 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920707 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920703
6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920704 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920705 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 930708
6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930709
Start a Pet Sitting Business Online 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 930712 Business & Marketing Writing Online
Translate your passion for animals into a profit- Understand the power of writing and use it to pres-
able career. Learn the essentials of starting a pet ent a solid, cohesive message to your target audi-
sitting business including animal care, home visits, Prefer an on-campus eBay class? ence. Learn how business and marketing objectives
finances and business start up essentials. See page 10. affect writing choices and understand issues unique
CES2 1583 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 to writing for this discipline.
6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920737 CES2 1520 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
6 weeks July 18 Sec. 930713 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920706
Secrets of the Caterer Online 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930711
Growing Plants for Fun & Profit Online Do you love to cook and plan parties? Think about
Explore what you need to know to turn your love of starting your own catering business to make money See Online Class Information on
plants into an enjoyable and potentially profitable doing what you love! page 42 for specific requirements.
home business. CES 2243 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
CES2 1347 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920708
6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930707 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920713
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COMPuTERS Excel 1: An introduction to Spreadsheets Get Started With Facebook & Twitter
Microsoft Excel, an electronic spreadsheet program, If you’ve never created a social media profile, or are
Computers: Back to the Basics is used to perform numeric calculations rapidly and just getting started and don’t even know what you
Are you new to using personal computers? accurately. Learn the basic features of the MS Excel don’t know, this class will familiarize you with two
Familiarize yourself with the basic functions and program by exploring the capabilities of the software of the most popular social network tools. Activities
uses of the personal computer in a relaxed, non- in a hands-on environment. Learn to create profes- include establishing and customizing a user profile;
threatening environment. Learn the very basics sional spreadsheets, work with formulas and func- exploring pages, groups, apps, privacy and security
about the hardware and software commonly found tions, use formatting techniques and create basic considerations. Note: This hands-on basic class
on IBM-compatible computers. Use the Windows charts and graphs. Prerequisite: CES 1909 MS Win- focuses on the basics for those who have never used
operating system, and see how word processing dows—An Introduction or equivalent knowledge, Facebook or Twitter.
and spreadsheet software can be used for your and familiarity with basic math functions. CES2 6178 (.3 CEu) $45/Senior Cost $36
individual needs. Discuss how your information is
CES 1813 (1.6 CEu) $169/Senior Cost $135.20 1 day Wed May 16 6-9 pm
stored, data security, computer viruses, and learn 6 weeks Tues May 8 6-8:40 pm Sec. 920018 AS220 W. Kolcz
how to determine which computer would best fit Sec. 920011 VT440 M. Richardson 1 day Sat June 2 9 am-12 pm
your needs when purchasing. Sec. 920007 AS210 T. Thomas
CES 6946 (1.6 CEu) $169/Senior Cost $135.20 Excel 2: Advanced Features
3 weeks Mon & Wed May 7 9-11:40 am Expand your knowledge of Excel in the Windows Linkedin Basics
Sec. 920004 CEC100 M. Wilson environment. Explore more spreadsheet capabili- Learn why it’s practically a mandate to maintain
6 weeks Tues May 8 6-8:40 pm ties of this software package in a hands-on class. an active LinkedIn account for today’s career pro-
Sec. 920001 AS610 Staff Learn to use lists, analyze list data, enhance charts, fessional. You will establish and customize a user
exchange data with other programs, and plan and profile, build your contact network, learn how to
internet Basics create, join and contribute to LinkedIn Groups, and
run macros. Prerequisite: CES 1813 Excel 1 or
Find out how easy it is to: send electronic mail to learn how to install and get the most out of Linke-
equivalent knowledge, and familiarity with basic
your children, grandchildren, friends and relatives; dIn Applications. Note: This hands-on basic class is
check on your investments; make travel arrange- geared toward students who have not used Linke-
CES 1815 (1.6 CEu) $169/Senior Cost $135.20
ments; shop; and maybe even instantly locate peo- dIn before or have only created a minimum profile.
6 weeks Tues June 19 6-8:40 pm
ple you lost touch with years ago. Come explore the Sec. 930010 VT440 M. Richardson CES2 6177 (.3 CEu) $45/Senior Cost $36
World Wide Web as you learn basic skills to “surf 1 day Wed May 23 6-9 pm
the Internet” on your own. Some computer experi- Access 1: An introduction to Sec. 920019 AS220 W. Kolcz
ence and familiarity is required. Database Management 1 day Sat June 9 9 am-12 pm
CES2 6119 (.6 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 Computerized databases store large amounts of Sec. 920008 AS210 T. Thomas
2 weeks Wed & Mon May 30 9-11 am information and are able to retrieve all or part of
Sec. 920009 CEC100 M. Wilson
the information as needed. Microsoft Access is Blogging Basics
used to manage data that can be organized into Find out what blogs are all about—how they came
MS Windows—An introduction to be, how they benefit you, your personal brand,
lists of related information. Learn to identify and
Are you new to personal computers or do you just your career development, your school or company
work with a relational database. Build a database,
want to learn the basics of the Microsoft Windows and more. Learn to establish and customize a blog
create and edit tables and records, create and mod-
operating system? Learn to maintain file manage- account and user profile, and create posts including
ify forms, reports and queries. Prerequisite: CES
ment systems, perform disk cleanup operations, multimedia elements. Note: This hands-on basic
1829 Word Level 1 or CES 1813 Excel 1 or equiva-
and create an easy to use desktop in Microsoft class is geared toward students who have never
Windows 7. Find out how to install and remove established a blog or written a blog post. Students
CES 6556 (1.6 CEu) $189/Senior Cost $151.20
programs and manage hardware keeping the com- may bring optional photos and content on a USB
6 weeks Mon May 7 6-8:40 pm
puter running efficiently. Prerequisite: CES 6946 Flash Drive to practice with.
Sec. 920016 MC155 G. Miloser
Computer Basics or equivalent knowledge. CES2 6180 (.3 CEu) $45/Senior Cost $36
CES 1909 (1.6 CEu) $169/Senior Cost $135.20 Access 2: Advanced Features 1 day Wed May 30 6-9 pm
6 weeks Tues June 19 6-8:40 pm Learn advanced concepts of form and report Sec. 920024 AS220 W. Kolcz
Sec. 930001 AS610 Staff
development and design in this continuation of 1 day Sat June 16 9 am-12 pm
Microsoft Access. See how to share information Sec. 920017 AS210 T. Thomas
with other Office programs, automate tasks with
macros, create advanced and multiple table queries,
Micros manage database objects and manage the Access
oft Offi Database. Prerequisite: CES 6556 Access 1: An
2010 Introduction to Database Management or equiva-
is bein lent knowledge.
g used CES 6675 (1.6 CEu) $189/Senior Cost $151.20
in all c
lasses 6 weeks Mon June 25 6-8:40 pm
Sec. 930005 MC155 G. Miloser
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eBay Selling Basics
Don’t miss this hands-on opportunity to become a
savvy seller on eBay! Learn the workings of eBay:
money savings opportunity
registering; researching; seller fees; pay methods;
shipping choices; and how to list an item includ- PHOTOSHOP CS5 SERiES
ing titles, descriptions, pictures, pricing values;
and how to avoid common eBay sellers’ pitfalls. This money savings series is a real value and includes the following 2 classes:
Then roll up your sleeves and actually register to • CES2 6063 Photoshop CS5—Level 1
sell, become a PayPal member, look at past items • CES2 6085 Photoshop CS5—Level 2
for marketing ideas and price comparisons, and do
online research. An eBay manual is included in the See class descriptions for more information.
course cost. Prerequisite: CES 1909 MS Windows—An Introduction or equivalent computer knowledge.
CES2 6202 (.8 CEu) $119/Senior Cost $95.20 CES2 6111 (3.2 CEu) $345/Senior Cost $276
3 weeks Thurs May 17 6:30-9:10 pm 12 weeks Wed May 9 6-8:40 pm
Sec. 920020 CEC100 T. McMahon Sec. 920006 CEC100 C. Hunter
Adobe illustrator CS5 you must register prior to the start of the series to take advantage of the savings.
Explore the world of graphic design and illustration
using this professional computer drawing software.
Learn the fundamental and exciting features of Photoshop CS5—Level 1 Photoshop Elements 10
Adobe Illustrator that allow you to create amazing Okay—you’ve taken some wonderful shots with Congratulations! You have entered the digital world
vector and raster graphics. Understand the funda- your digital camera, now what? With Photoshop of photography and found how easy it can be to use
mentals of creating a graphic document and utilize CS5 software, you can edit your photographs that digital camera. Now, what do you do with all
the program features including panels, preferences, to remove red-eye, correct image exposure, and of the pictures? Try the fun and easy to use Adobe
and dialog boxes. Modify graphics and text to enhance your images. Start with the basic features Elements 10 software to organize, transform, and
achieve your ideal project. of this popular software program and build your perfect your pictures. This course is not compatible
CES2 6192 (3.2 CEu) $345/Senior Cost $276 skills as you explore the world of Photoshop. Pre- with Macintosh computers. Prerequisite: CES 1909
12 weeks Mon May 7 6-8:40 pm requisite: CES 1909 MS Windows—An Introduc- MS Windows—An Introduction or equivalent com-
Sec. 920015 CEC100 C. Hunter tion or equivalent knowledge. puter knowledge.
CES2 6063 (1.6 CEu) $189/Senior Cost $151.20 CES2 6088 (1.6 CEu) $189/Senior Cost $151.20
Adobe Acrobat Professional X 6 weeks Wed May 9 6-8:40 pm 6 weeks Mon May 7 6:30-9:10 pm
Learn how to create PDF files using the amaz- Sec. 920003 CEC100 C. Hunter Sec. 920012 AS610 M. Haselhuhn
ing capabilities of Adobe Acrobat Professional X.
Explore the user interface including the following Photoshop CS5—Level 2 Photoshop Elements 10—Level 2
features: Commenting and Annotation Tools, Book- Now that you have mastered the basics of Photo- Expand on the basics of using Photoshop Elements
marks, Editing tools, Digital Signature, Scanning, shop, continue to learn about this digital imaging 10 and learn to properly correct and retouch your
Forms, PDF Portfolio, and Acrobat.com. software. Focus on some of Photoshop CS5’s new- photos. Give your photos the perfect transforma-
CES2 6201 (.6 CEu) $115/Senior Cost $92 est features along with image color-correction; tion and discover how to create special effects,
2 weeks Tues May 15 6-9 pm depth-of-field; panoramas; montages; Smart filters; retouch portraits, restore and sharpen your photos.
Sec. 920010 CEC100 C. Hunter image sharpening; basic and advanced layering This class is not compatible with Macintosh com-
techniques; vector shapes; photo-illustration tech- puters. Prerequisite: CES2 6088 Photoshop Ele-
Acrobat X for Legal Professionals niques; fixing over- and under-exposed images; ments 10 or equivalent knowledge.
If you work in the legal profession, learn to use Camera Raw and more. Prerequisite: CES2 6063 CES2 6108 (1.6 CEu) $189/Senior Cost $151.20
the amazing capabilities of Adobe Acrobat X Pro to Photoshop Level 1 or equivalent knowledge. 6 weeks Mon June 25 6:30-9:10 pm
add comments, notations, mark-ups, bookmarks, CES2 6085 (1.6 CEu) $189/Senior Cost $151.20 Sec. 930003 AS610 M. Haselhuhn
stamps, Bates numbering, redactions, and head- 6 weeks Wed June 20 6-8:40 pm
ers and footers to your PDFs. Learn about digital Sec. 930007 CEC100 C. Hunter Video Game Programming & Design
signatures, PDF security, creating and navigating If you’re an adult who loves video games learn to
PDFs, scanning documents, OCR, search and index- design, program and create video games from the
ing PDFs, PDF portfolios, Shared Review, Acrobat ground up using Gamemaker and Flash software.
ConnectNow for conferences and presentations, Explore the thematic, visual, systematic and geo-
and Acrobat.com to collaborate or store files. For graphical elements that contribute to creating a
memory storage, bring a USB Flash Drive (thumb great video game. Your final product will be a 2D
drive) to class. video game in Flash.
CES2 6204 (.6 CEu) $250/Senior Cost $200 CES2 6207 (3.2 CEu) $345/Senior Cost $276
2 weeks Tues June 5 6-9 pm 12 weeks Wed May 9 6-8:40 pm
Sec. 920013 CEC100 C. Hunter Sec. 920014 MC155 J. Toussant
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Web Development—Level 1: HTML Creating Web Pages Online Dreamweaver Online
Learn how to build Web pages using well-struc- Create and post your very own Web site on the Master one of the most widely used Web design
tured eXtensible Hypertext Markup Language Internet. Discover low-cost marketing techniques tools available. Create and format text, images,
(XHTML) for content. Using the Web standards and search engine strategies. hyperlinks, tables, and various other media types.
approach, create Web sites that not only look great CES 6720 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 You’ll also examine page design with an emphasis
in all modern Web browsers, but also are accessible 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920032 on avoiding common layout errors. Requirements:
to a wide variety of audiences across a range of 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920035 Adobe Dreamweaver software.
platforms and devices. See how to build contempo- 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930012 CES 6999 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
rary Web pages using easy-to-use tools which are, 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 930014 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920036
in most cases, free. 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920039
CES2 6150 (1.8 CEu) $215/Senior Cost $172 Designing Effective Web Sites Online
6 weeks Thurs May 10 6-9 pm Master the basics of Web design and learn how Flash: An introduction Online
Sec. 920021 MC155 M. Zetterholm to build better and more effective Web sites. Get Learn how to create engaging Web sites, Flash mov-
ready to take your Web design skills to the next ies, animations and interactive applications. Cre-
Web Development—Level 2: CSS level! Prerequisite: CES 6720 Creating Web Pages or ate scenes, work with timelines, create video files,
Discover how to style and customize the presenta- equivalent knowledge. import images, use drawing tools, add decorative
tion of well-structured XHTML pages using Cascad- CES2 6152 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 and visual effects, use ActionScript fundamentals,
ing Style Sheets (CSS). With Web pages built upon 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920005 create interactive buttons, and more. Require-
current Web standards, create Web sites that not 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920031 ments: Adobe Flash Pro.
only look great in all modern Web browsers, but 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930009 CES 6995 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
also are accessible to a wide variety of audiences 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920034
across a range of platforms and devices. Learn how Web 2.0: Blogs, Wikis & Podcasts Online 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930016
to step-by-step add style to well-structured XHTML Join the Web 2.0 world as you learn how to create
Web pages. Prerequisite: CES2 6150 Web Develop- and maintain your own blog, wiki, and podcast intermediate Flash Online
ment, Level 1 or equivalent knowledge. working with free online tools. Delve into the use of more advanced Flash tech-
CES2 6151 (1.8 CEu) $215/Senior Cost $172 CES2 6205 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 niques including Movie Clip symbols, ActionScript,
6 weeks Thurs June 21 6-9 pm 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920044 animation, application programming, and interactiv-
Sec. 930011 MC155 M. Zetterholm 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920047 ity techniques. Requirements: Adobe Flash Pro.
6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930020 CES2 6206 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
Microsoft Project Online 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 930022 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920045
Learn how to use Microsoft Project to think 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920042
through and organize your project’s details. See NEW Advanced Web Pages Online 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930019
how to plan a schedule, sequence tasks, produce Take your Web development skills to the next
a baseline, assign resources and costs, track your level as you learn how to create advanced Web introduction to PC Troubleshooting Online
progress, identify and analyze variances, and revise sites using CSS, HTML5, media queries for mobile Learn to decipher and solve common PC problems.
your project plan. devices, interactive forms, and embedded video. Explore step-by-step processes for resolving both
CES2 6199 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 CES2 6209 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 typical and advanced hardware and operating sys-
6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920040 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920043 tem problems. This class is not compatible with
6 weeks July 18 Sec. 930017 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920046 Macintosh computers.
6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930021 CES 6724 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
Microsoft Publisher Online 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920033
6 weeks July 18 Sec. 930023
Learn to use Publisher to create brochures, news- 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920037
letters, and Web pages. Formal graphic design expe- Achieving Top Search Engine Positions for 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930013
rience or training is not required. This class is not your Web Site Online 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 930015
compatible with Macintosh computers. Require- Increasing your search engine ranking is critical to
ments: you must have MS Publisher software. increasing visits to your Web site. Learn proven, introduction to Database Development Online
CES 6947 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 easy-to-use, step-by-step strategies to achieve and Learn a systematic, structured approach to using
6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920038 powerful tools to help you build databases and
maintain the highest possible position with the
major search engines. Prerequisite: CES 6720 Creat- database applications. Recommendation: software
introduction to Programming Online for any database management system, including
Learn basic programming concepts and get hands- ing Web Pages, HTML or HTML editor experience.
CES2 1251 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle,
on practice in writing applications containing GUIs, PostgreSQL, or MySQL.
6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920002
sound, and graphics. Gain the skills and confidence
6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920030 CES2 6045 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
you need to program in Just BASIC, a free and sim- 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930006
6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930004
ple programming language, and design your own
custom applications for home, school, or work.
$95/Senior Cost $76
See Online Class Information on
page 42 for specific requirements.
6 weeks July 18 Sec. 930018
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nonprofit Management: An introduction Online Advanced Grant Proposal Writing Online Becoming a Grant Writing Consultant Online
Explore the unique characteristics of nonprofit Do you know the best way to present information Learn how you can use your basic knowledge of
organizations while mastering the core knowledge in a grant proposal? Learn what to do-and what not grant or proposal writing to become an expert in
necessary to become an effective leader in the non- to do-to help make your grant competitive. Become the grant consulting field. This is one field where
profit arena. skilled at ferreting out corporate, foundation, and your writing skills can touch thousands of people
CES2 1460 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 government grant opportunities. and literally make a difference in their lives.
6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 921107 CES2 1564 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 Requirements: must have a basic knowledge of the
6 weeks May 16 Sec. 921111 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 921106 grant writing process.
6 weeks June 20 Sec. 931120 CES2 1472 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
Marketing your nonprofit Online 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 921105
Further the ideals and goals of your nonprofit by 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 931119
learning to compete more effectively for members,
media attention, donors, clients, and volunteers.
CES2 1594 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
6 weeks May 16 Sec. 921109
6 weeks June 20 Sec. 931121
NEW nonprofit Fundraising Essentials Online Certified Payroll Professional Exam Preparation Accounting Fundamentals 2 Online
Learn the basics of fundraising for nonprofit organi- Designed specifically to help you, the payroll pro- Gain a solid understanding of corporate account-
zations, from annual and special fund drives to more fessional, review and prepare for the Certified Pay- ing practices including analyzing transactions,
advanced projects involving corporate and founda- roll Professional certification exam. Topics covered preparing corporate financial reports, and work-
tion relations, major gifts, and planned giving. include: core payroll concepts, compliance, princi- ing with dividends, plant assets, depreciation,
CES2 1599 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 ples of paycheck calculations, payroll processes and accrued revenue and expenses, retained earnings,
6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 921112 systems, accounting, and management/administra- and stockholders’ equity. Prerequisite: CES2 1537
6 weeks May 16 Sec. 921110 tion. In-class tests will also help you assess your Accounting Fundamentals 1 Online,
6 weeks June 20 Sec. 931122 readiness for the exam. Please have the current CES2 1540 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
edition of “The Payroll Source” textbook for the 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920602
A to Z Grant Writing: first class. The textbook can be purchased through 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920605
Relationship Focused Online Amazon.com or the American Payroll Association 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930613
Explore how to research and develop relationships at www.americanpayroll.org/store. If you plan to 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 930616
with potential funding sources, organize grant sit for the certification exam, be sure to review the
writing campaigns, and prepare proposals. required educational and work experience prereq- QuickBooks: introduction Online
CES2 1230 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 uisites in the Candidate Examination Handbook at Designed for the small to midsized business owner
6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 921102 www.americanpayroll.org/certification before reg- who wants easy-to-use software to set up accounts,
6 weeks May 16 Sec. 921104 istering for this class. No prerequisites are required handle invoicing, track payables and inventory,
6 weeks June 20 Sec. 931115 for this preparation class. and generate reports. Class is not compatible with
6 weeks July 18 Sec. 931117 CES 1981 (4.8 CEu) $195/Senior Cost $156 Macintosh computers. Requirements: QuickBooks
16 weeks Wed & May 16–Aug 29 6:30-9:30 pm software.
Writing Effective Grant Proposals: Mon July 2 6:30-9:30 pm CES 6725 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
Content Focused Online Sec. 930612 MC110 Staff 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920604
Preparing successful grant proposals to receive fund- 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920607
ing from corporations or foundations requires care- Accounting Fundamentals 1 Online 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930615
ful research, meticulous preparation and graceful Gain practical bookkeeping and common account- 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 930618
writing. Learn to avoid common errors that lead to ing knowledge for running a small business, to
the rejection of proposals and techniques that have enhance your career, or for a better understanding Performing Payroll in Quickbooks Online
the potential to increase your funding chances. of your personal finances. Create paychecks, pay tax liabilities and generate
CES2 1452 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 CES2 1537 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 dazzling reports with little effort using Quick-
6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 921103 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920601 Books. Learn everything from set-up to creating a
6 weeks May 16 Sec. 921108 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920603 new employee; tracking time and job cost data; and
6 weeks June 20 Sec. 931116 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930611 generating required forms and reports. If you are
6 weeks July 18 Sec. 931118 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 930614 already using the QuickBooks payroll feature, learn
troubleshooting tips and solutions for common
See Online Class Information on
page 42 for specific requirements.
problems and mistakes! Class is not compatible
with Macintosh computers. Requirements: Quick-
Books Pro Software.
CES 6948 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930617
6 weeks July 18 Sec. 930619
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Financial Markets & Securities: An introduction Where Does All My Money Go? Online NEW Protect your Money,
You need a strong financial knowledge base in order Are you never able to get ahead? Start by finding Credit, & identity Online
to become an educated investor. Gain a basic over- out where your money goes. Learn ways to drive Learn how to guard against scam artists, identity
view of the purpose and composition of the finan- where you want it to go. Begin to tackle your debt thieves, predatory lenders, and abusive debt collec-
cial markets, major exchanges and indices (e.g., the and stop worrying about money. tors. Understand how to avoid pitfalls when you’re
S&P 500 Index). You will also learn the fundamen- CES 5235 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 doing anything from buying a used car to selecting
tals of stocks, bonds, exchange-trade funds and 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920404 a credit card or considering a service contract.
mutual funds, including how they work and how to 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920407 CES 0975 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
analyze them. This class serves as a foundation for 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930411 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 920405
all classes in the Financial Planning Series. 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 930413 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 930412
CES2 1488 (.6 CEu) $69/Senior Cost $55.20
3 weeks Wed May 9 6:30-8:30 pm
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Mutual Fund investing money savings opportunity
Mutual funds are a very popular investment choice.
Yet, most investors don’t have a strong understand-
ing of what they are and how they work. Increase
FinAnCiAL PLAnninG SERiES
your knowledge beyond the basics to include how This money savings series is a real value and includes the following 4 classes:
mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETF) are • CES2 1488 Financial Markets & Securities
structured and categorized, how to evaluate them • CES2 1490 Mutual Fund Investing
for the purpose of structuring a diversified port- • CES2 1489 Structuring a Stock Portfolio
folio, and how to periodically monitor your funds. • CES2 1492 Financial & Estate Planning
Prerequisite: CES2 1488 Financial Markets & Secu-
See class descriptions for more information.
rities: An Introduction or equivalent knowledge.
CES2 1487 (2.4 CEu) $249/Senior Cost $199.20
CES2 1490 (.6 CEu) $69/Senior Cost $55.20
12 weeks Wed May 9 6:30-8:30 pm
3 weeks Wed May 30 6:30-8:30 pm
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you must register prior to the start of the series to take advantage of the savings.
Structuring a Stock Portfolio
Stocks can be volatile, but they also have the poten-
tial to bring meaningful returns to your portfolio.
So how does a serious investor go about selecting
a stock? Discover fundamental and technical stock
analysis techniques and how to structure and
monitor a portfolio of individual stocks. Prerequi-
site: CES2 1488 Financial Markets & Securities: An
Introduction or equivalent knowledge. REAL ESTATE
CES2 1489 (.6 CEu) $69/Senior Cost $55.20
3 weeks Wed June 20 6:30-8:30 pm Leasing Residential Property 101 QuickBooks for Contractors Online
Sec. 920406 BTC160 W. Connell Interested in leasing a property you own or pur- Construction industry professionals will learn to
chasing a property to lease? Learn what every land- utilize this powerful software program to create
Financial & Estate Planning: An introduction lord in Michigan needs to know including state and estimates, progress invoices, and even job cost
Gain the knowledge needed to make intelligent federal housing laws, fair housing requirements, reports. Requirements: QuickBooks Premier Con-
and analytical long-term decisions regarding your responsibilities for upkeep and repair of property, tractor Edition software; completion of CES 6725
financial future. Learn the basic concepts of estate advertising and showing properties and a detailed QuickBooks: An Introduction, or equivalent knowl-
and insurance planning, financial planning, and review of required lease documents. Understand edge. This class is not compatible with Macintosh
debt management. Learn the important rules practical ways to reduce liability and exposure to computers.
and regulations for IRAs, rollover options from risk in your property management business. CES2 6081 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
company-sponsored plans, gifting, Social Security, CES2 1581 (.9 CEu) $139/Senior Cost $111.20 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 920606
Medicare and Medicaid. 3 weeks Wed May 23 6-9 pm
$69/Senior Cost $55.20
July 18 6:30-8:30 pm
See Online Class Information on
page 42 for specific requirements.
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NEW Transforming School Culture Teachers/K–12 Educators—
Get your SB-CEUs at Home!
Explore the dynamics of school culture and how
developing a healthy school culture is a prerequi-
site to raising student achievement. Dr. Anthony
let our classes come to you in the convenience and comfort of your own Go to
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necessary strategies to improve the professional » these classes are state Board approved for 2.4 sB-ceus and de ation
culture and productivity of a school. Drawing on » online lessons are 6 weeks lass
his research, he will discuss complex organizational tions
reform including building collaborative cultures, » class fee $105/senior cost $84
managing conflicting agendas, and overcoming staff » try before you buy—sample the first 2 sessions
resistance. Examine the four types of educators his
work has identified: Believers, Fundamentalists,
Tweeners and Survivors and learn strategies to work
with each group to maximize organizational effec- iMSE Enhanced Comprehensive Survival Kit for Teachers Online
tiveness for the benefit of all students. This course Orton-Gillingham Training CES 0963 Apr 18 Sec. 929647
is State Board approved for 0.6 SB-CEUs. One-and- Dr. Samuel T. Orton and Anna Gillingham intro- June 20 Sec. 939652
a-half hours of break time not included in CEU total. duced the concept of multi-sensory education in
CES 0980 (.6 CEu)
Handling Medical Emergencies Online
$50 the 1930s to help tutor individuals with dyslexia,
CES 4297 Apr 18 Sec. 929639
1 week Mon June 18 8:30 am-4 pm but this method has been found to benefit all May 16 Sec. 929640
Sec. 929668 VT500 Dr. Anthony Muhammad learners. The Institute for Multi-Sensory Educa- July 18 Sec. 939643
tion (IMSE) updated and customized the Orton-
NEW Transforming School Culture
Gillingham concept for teachers. This face-to-face, Keys to Effective Communication Online
Online Continuation Class hands-on technique works with any current CES 7375 Apr 18 Sec. 929617
Expand your understanding of the School Culture reading program and can be an additional tool to May 16 Sec. 929624
Players: Believers, Tweeners, Survivors, and Fun- incorporate into literacy instruction for general July 18 Sec. 939601
damentalists. This online, follow up course to Dr. and special needs students. In IMSE training
Muhammad’s Transforming School Culture Work- sessions, participants will learn: the 3-part drill interpersonal Communication Online
shop will work with the day’s key concepts to leave CES 7366 Apr 18 Sec. 929652
(visual, auditory, kinesthetic), syllabication pat-
you with a solid understanding and ability to use May 16 Sec. 929653
terns for decoding and encoding, guidelines for July 18 Sec. 939655
this new model of cultural reform in your school. weekly lesson plans, assessment, reciprocal teach-
Prerequisite: CES 0980 Transforming School Cul- ing method, fluency, and multi-sensory techniques Spanish in the Classroom Online
ture or knowledge of Dr. Muhammad’s research. for sight words. They will learn how to incorporate CES 3627 Apr 18 Sec. 929641
This course is State Board approved for 0.6 SB-CEUs. into daily lessons the five essential reading pro- May 16 Sec. 929642
CES 0981 (.6 CEu) $35 gram components: phonemic awareness, phonics, July 18 Sec. 939645
4 weeks Online via LinkedIn July 9–Aug 3
vocabulary development, and fluency and compre-
Sec. 939646 A. McNeece
hension strategies. Teachers will secure an under- Speed Spanish Online
CES 3459 Apr 18 Sec. 929603
The College Selection Process: standing of the revised Orton-Gillingham based
May 16 Sec. 929635
A Training for Counselors Hybrid Course methodology, assessment and higher level skills, July 18 Sec. 939638
Gain an introduction to the theory and skills and the tools to implement this program into
needed to work with students and families in the existing curriculum. This course is geared toward Speed Spanish 2 Online
college selection process. Topics include: prepara- Early Childhood educators (pre-K–3), Elementary CES 3532 June 20 Sec. 939608
tion for college, developmental theory and college educators (grades 2–5) and Special Education
teachers (K–8) but anyone is welcome to attend. Speed Spanish 3 Online
selection, researching colleges, college admission
Requirements: Students must bring a red and CES 3571 July 18 Sec. 939617
testing, the college application process, financial
aid, college selection, working with students and green crayon, 3x3 post-it notes and 5 different col-
ored highlighters to class, all other materials will A to Z Grant Writing:
families, and creating an effective college counsel- Relationship Focused Online
ing office. Prerequisite: open to any school coun- be provided. This course is State Board approved
for 3.0 SB-CEUs for educational professionals. CES2 1230 Apr 18 Sec. 929609
selor, professionals holding a Master’s degree in May 16 Sec. 929623
school counseling, students in a Masters counsel- Lunch and breaks not included in CEU total.
July 18 Sec. 939606
ing program, or by permission of the instructor. CES 0972 (3.0 CEu) $1115
1 week M,T,W,R,F July 16-20 8:30 am-3:30 pm Writing Effective Grant Proposals:
See Hybrid Course Information for specific require-
Sec. 939614 BTC200 H. Brandon
ments. This course is State Board approved for 4.5 Content Focused Online
SB-CEUs. Daytime courses have a half-hour lunch through a generous donation by the Riley Foundation, CES2 1452 June 20 Sec. 939613
which is not included in CEU total. partial scholarships are available for this class.
CES 0944 (4.5 CEu) $275/Senior Cost $220 please contact the schoolcraft college cepd office Advanced Grant Proposal Writing
4 weeks Classroom Mon-Fri July 9–13 8:30 am-3 pm at 734-462-4448 or email@example.com for a Online
Online Portion July 9–Aug 1 scholarship application or more information. CES2 1564 June 20 Sec. 939641
Sec. 939605 VT405 P. O’Connor, PhD
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TEACHER RECERTiFiCATiOn COnTinuED The Creative Classroom Online
CES 0908 June 20 Sec. 939607
Ready, Set, Read Online understanding Adolescents Online July 18 Sec. 939632
CES 7316 Apr 18 Sec. 929610 CES 0925 Apr 18 Sec. 929602
May 16 Sec. 929627 May 16 Sec. 929621 Solving Classroom Discipline
June 20 Sec. 939623 June 20 Sec. 939616 Problems Online
July 18 Sec. 939630 CES 0913 Apr 18 Sec. 929608
Guided Reading: Strategies for the May 16 Sec. 929620
Differentiated Classroom Online Leadership Online June 20 Sec. 939611
CES 7329 Apr 18 Sec. 929605 CES 0973 Apr 18 Sec. 929649
May 16 Sec. 929629 May 16 Sec. 929655 Solving Classroom Discipline
June 20 Sec. 939602 Problems 2 Online
Differentiated instruction CES 0929 June 20 Sec. 939619
Guided Reading & Writing: Strategies for in the Classroom Online July 18 Sec. 939634
Maximum Student Achievement Online CES 0920 Apr 18 Sec. 929601
CES 7374 Apr 18 Sec. 929631 June 20 Sec. 939620 Creating the inclusive Classroom Online
July 18 Sec. 939610 July 18 Sec. 939629 CES 0930 Apr 18 Sec. 929606
May 16 Sec. 929612
Response to intervention: The Differentiated instruction & Response
Reading Strategies That Work Online to intervention Connection Online integrating Technology in the Classroom
CES 7337 Apr 18 Sec. 929632 CES 0964 Apr 18 Sec. 929660 Online
May 16 Sec. 929633 May 16 Sec. 929661 CES2 6153 May 16 Sec. 929636
June 20 Sec. 939659 June 20 Sec. 939639
Merrill Ream Speed Reading Online July 18 Sec. 939662
CES 7231 Apr 18 Sec. 929611 The Classroom Computer Online
May 16 Sec. 929626 NEW Differentiating K–12 Assessments CES2 6122 May 16 Sec. 929616
July 18 Sec. 939621 Online June 20 Sec. 939604
CES 0977 Apr 18 Sec. 929664
Enhancing Childhood Language May 16 Sec. 929667 Creating a Classroom Web Site Online
Development Online June 20 Sec. 939642 CES2 6137 June 20 Sec. 939636
CES 0898 Apr 18 Sec. 929604 July 18 Sec. 939633
using the internet in the Classroom
May 16 Sec. 929618
July 18 Sec. 939603 Teaching Students with Online
Learning Disabilities Online CES 0911 June 20 Sec. 939609
Writing Essentials Online CES 0928 Apr 18 Sec. 929607
CES 7365 May 16 Sec. 929645 May 16 Sec. 929622 Teaching Smarter with SMART Boards
June 20 Sec. 939649 July 18 Sec. 939625 Online
CES2 6183 Apr 18 Sec. 929658
Teaching Writing: Grades 4–6 Online Empowering Students with May 16 Sec. 929659
CES 7338 June 20 Sec. 939615 Disabilities Online June 20 Sec. 939660
CES 0956 May 16 Sec. 929650 July 18 Sec. 939661
introduction to Journaling Online Technology
July 18 Sec. 939653
CES 7376 May 16 Sec. 929638 Guiding Kids on the internet Online
July 18 Sec. 939618 Teaching Students with Autism Online CES 0924 Apr 18 Sec. 929614
CES 0932 Apr 18 Sec. 929615 May 16 Sec. 929634
Writing for Children Online May 16 Sec. 929630
CES 7304 June 20 Sec. 939622 July 18 Sec. 939627 Creating Web Pages Online
July 18 Sec. 939635 CES 6720 Apr 18 Sec. 929613
NEW Teaching Students With ADHD May 16 Sec. 929625
Singapore Math: number Sense & Online
Computational Strategies Online CES 0978 Apr 18 Sec. 929663 Designing Effective Web Sites Online
CES 8483 Apr 18 Sec. 929619 May 16 Sec. 929666 CES2 6152 May 16 Sec. 929637
June 20 Sec. 939612 June 20 Sec. 939631 June 20 Sec. 939640
July 18 Sec. 939637
Singapore Math Model Drawing Web 2.0: Blogs, Wikis & Podcasts
for Grades 1–6 Online An introduction to Teaching ESL/EFL Online
CES 8484 Apr 18 Sec. 929628 Online CES2 6205 Apr 18 Sec. 929648
May 16 Sec. 929646 CES 0952 Apr 18 Sec. 929643 May 16 Sec. 929651
May 16 Sec. 929644 June 20 Sec. 939624
Teaching Math: Grades 4–6 Online July 18 Sec. 939647 July 18 Sec. 939626
CES 0962 Apr 18 Sec. 929654
May 16 Sec. 929656 Teaching Preschool: NEW Advanced Web Pages Online
CES2 6209 Apr 18 Sec. 929662
A year of inspiring Lessons Online
May 16 Sec. 929665
See Online Class Information on CES 0974 May 16 Sec. 929657
June 20 Sec. 939628
June 20 Sec. 939648
page 42 for specific requirements. July 18 Sec. 939644
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initial Healthcare Provider BLS-C/CPR
Designed for nursing students and health care pro-
fessionals, this class teaches infant, child and adult
CPR as well as airway obstruction management
and mouth-to-mask. An American Heart Associa-
tion CPR card, valid for two years, will be issued
upon successful completion of the class. Textbook
included. This class is worth 6 continuing education
contact hours for nurses. A one hour lunch is not
included in CEU total.
CES 4151 (.6 CEu) $125/Senior Cost $100
1 day Fri May 18 9 am-4 pm
Sec. 924103 AS378 J. Nicholas
1 day Fri June 22 9 am-4 pm
Sec. 924108 AS378 J. Nicholas
1 day Fri Aug 3 9 am-4 pm
Sec. 934111 AS378 J. Nicholas
Healthcare Provider BLS Renewal Basic Electrocardiography (ECG) Medical Terminology:
This class will enable Healthcare Professionals who Review for Healthcare Personnel A Word Association Approach Online
need to be recertified for their jobs to refresh their Whether you are a student, EMT, monitoring tech- Use an anatomical approach to master challenging
skills of CPR, use of an AED and relieving choking nician, or registered nurse, understanding the prin- medical terminology. Study medical root words,
(foreign body airway obstruction). Students must ciples of cardiac electrophysiology will enhance your and learn to apply prefixes and suffixes to better
have taken the full eight-hour Healthcare Provider job performance. Since cardiac monitoring is used in understand medical terms and titles.
program or a renewal Healthcare Provider class in acute care, long-term care, and clinics it makes sense CES 4237 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
the past, and bring a certificate of proof to class. A to update your skills. Practicing nurses and EMTs 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 924101
Healthcare Provider card, valid for two years, will can use this course for renewal of their license. This 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 924106
be issued upon successful completion of the class. class is worth 8 continuing education contact hours. 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 934112
Textbook included. This class is worth 4 continuing A half-hour lunch is not included in CEU total.
education contact hours for nurses. CES 4291 (.8 CEu) $119/Senior Cost $95.20 Medical Math Online
CES 4289 (.4 CEu) $99/Senior Cost $79.20 1 day Sat June 9 8 am-4:30 pm Master the math skills you need to succeed in the
1 day Wed May 23 5:30-9:30 pm Sec. 924104 AS920 D. Dennison RN, MSN medical field from calculating dosages to using sci-
Sec. 924107 AS378 J. Nicholas entific formulas.
CES 4299 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
i.V. Therapy: the ins & Outs Healthcare professionals: 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 924102
If you are a RN, LPN, or technician with little or ICD-10 training coming soon. 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 934113
no intravenous experience, you can gain hands-on Watch our Web site for
experience in this comprehensive class. Explore I.V. more information.
therapy including I.V. calculations, I.V. fluids, inser-
tion, maintenance, and discontinuation of I.V. lines.
Learn about pump basics and the complications
and use of the saline lock. Enjoy detailed demon-
strations and guided mannequin practice. This class
is worth 8 continuing education contact hours for
nurses. Please bring a bag lunch. A half-hour lunch
is not included in CEU total. An optional textbook Enhancing your Reading Skills:
is available in the Schoolcraft Bookstore. Back to the Basics Merrill Ream Speed Reading Online
CES 4185 (.8 CEu) $119/Senior Cost $95.20 While reading, do you have difficulty locating Are you struggling to keep up with a flood of email,
1 day Sat May 19 8 am-4:30 pm important information, recalling details, or under- articles, reports, books and other printed mat-
Sec. 924105 AS120 M. Siegel, RN standing what you have read? Do you read slowly, ter? Save yourself oodles of time by learning to
underscoring each word with your finger with little read faster and with better comprehension from
comprehension? This class offers basic reading acclaimed speed reading expert Dr. Merrill Ream.
This fall we will begin offering strategies for students returning to college or for CES 7231 (2.4 CEu)
a Dementia Care Certificate in those just wanting to improve their reading skills. $95/Senior Cost $76
partnership with the Alzheimer’s Students will practice reading strategies in vocabu- 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 926802
Association-Greater Michigan Chapter. lary, fluency, and comprehension through various 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 926803
types of reading materials. 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 936804
CES 7314 (2.4 CEu) $155/Senior Cost $124 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 936805
8 weeks Thurs May 10 5:30-8:30 pm
Sec. 926801 LA460 D. Stearns See Online Class Information on
page 42 for specific requirements.
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Basic Math Refresher: Back to the Basics
Never liked math or just wanting to brush up?
You are not alone! Improve your skills in fractions,
Get Back to the Basics at Schoolcraft College
decimals, percents, and learn the basics of alge-
Take non-credit classes that sharpen your skills in
bra, geometry and statistics. Accomplish all this your bas
while reducing anxiety and building confidence in ✓ Computer use ✓ Math ✓ Grammar en
a fun and relaxed learning environment. Textbook ✓ Reading ✓ Writing ✓ Test taking
included in class cost.
CES 8473 (3.0 CEu) $235/Senior Cost $188 Prepare yourself to return to college
10 weeks Tues May 15 5:30-8:30 pm
✓ Plan a new career
Sec. 926401 AS200 Staff
✓ Learn how to handle tests and other challenges
See pages 9, 16–18 for classes offered this semester.
For more information call 734-462-4448.
Writing Refresher: Back to the Basics NEW Pleasures of Poetry Online Fundamentals of Technical Writing Online
Whether you need to refresh your skills for work, If you want to write poetry, this course will help Do you have a knack for explaining technical sub-
or to help your children with their homework, this you create your best possible work, whether you’re jects in a way that makes them easy to understand?
class will strengthen your writing skills and your looking to be published or simply wish to craft a Learn the skills you need to succeed as a technical
confidence in writing. Review sentence and para- beautiful poem. writer and develop your ability to translate complex
graph structure. Build your understanding with an CES 7219 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 information in easily understood text. Require-
overview of the writing process and editing strate- 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 926115 ment: Microsoft Word software, any version.
gies. Apply your skills by practicing essay writing 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 936126 CES 7221 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
and editing. Other topics include business writing 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 926109
and research techniques. Writteriffic Online 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 936124
CES 7318 (2.4 CEu) $155/Senior Cost $124 Banish writer’s block with these tricks from a
8 weeks Mon May 7 5:30-8:30 pm published writer’s toolbox. Writteriffic liberates The Keys to Effective Editing Online
Sec. 926104 LA475 D. Stearns the imaginative, inventive bolts of genius that can Ask any published writer and you will hear that a
shape your writing. good editor is not just helpful, but essential. Learn
Grammar Refresher: Back to the Basics CES 7194 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 the fundamentals of top-notch copyediting for
English grammar is critical to clear oral and written 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 926101 both fiction and nonfiction.
communications. Brush up on your grammar skills 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 926106 CES 7217 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
for your job, your schoolwork, or maybe to help your 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 926113
6 weeks June 20 Sec. 936128
kids with their homework. Review word parts, punc- 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 926110
6 weeks July 18 Sec. 936122
tuation rules, parts of speech and sentence types.
6 weeks June 20 Sec. 936123
CES 7097 (2.4 CEu) $155/Senior Cost $124 Writteriffic 2: Creativity Training
8 weeks Wed May 9 5:30-8:30 pm
for Writers Online Research Methods for Writers Online
Sec. 926103 LA475 D. Stearns
Learn advanced methods to create and write like Learn how to efficiently and effectively conduct
the professionals—whether you’re launching a research for any writing project: fiction, nonfiction,
NEW Be Confident & Comfortable
career or seeking personal satisfaction through and business, even term papers and dissertations.
writing. CES 7286 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
Improve the way you speak publicly. Learn useful
CES 7378 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 926105
speaking skills for both informal scenarios or for
6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 926112 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 926114
giving a formal presentation. Discover how to put
6 weeks May 16 Sec. 926108
a successful speech or presentation together from Writing for Children Online
6 weeks June 20 Sec. 936125
designing an outline to giving the presentation. In Explore the changing world of children’s literature.
a warm, supportive atmosphere learn by doing. Get 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 936127
Touch the hearts of children as you write in various
helpful tips, while being introduced to positive peer formats from a baby’s first book through a novel
Write your Life Story Online
critiquing. Learn how to convey the right message for young adults.
Learn how to organize and write an inspirational,
at the right time. CES 7304 (2.4 CEu)
professional autobiography that will be treasured $95/Senior Cost $76
CES 7383 (.6 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 926107
by family, friends and story-lovers everywhere.
4 weeks Thurs May 17 6:30-8 pm 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 936121
Sec. 926116 VT405 M. Gordon CES 7377 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
6 weeks May 16 Sec. 926111
6 weeks July 18 Sec. 936120
See Online Class Information on
page 42 for specific requirements.
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Test Taking improvement: Back to the Basics Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) American College Testing (ACT) Preparation
Alleviate your fear of test taking by learning tech- Preparation Take control of your college future by preparing for
niques to successfully take both essay and objective Be well prepared to answer questions on the the ACT test. Computer-based diagnostic tests will
tests. Become more comfortable in test situations TOEFL iBT (Internet-based test). Learn valuable identify your strengths and weaknesses in math,
by knowing how to organize knowledge, improve test-taking strategies and review all required science, reasoning, reading, English and writing.
memory and concentration, analyze questions, and test points. Class sessions will provide hands-on Based on the test results you’ll develop and imple-
review and comprehend facts. Discover ways you experience with computer-based practice tests. ment individualized study plans. Instruction and
can be a better listener and improve your ability to Combined with home study using the provided strategies for the writing portion of the ACT will
follow directions. Please note: this class does not textbook and CD-ROM with computer adaptive also be covered. Textbooks and all materials will be
address content for any specific standardized test, tests, you’ll have all the tools necessary to succeed. provided. Please be prompt for testing at first class
however it provides general test taking tips that can This class is intended for TOEFL test preparation, meeting and bring #2 pencils and a calculator.
be useful when preparing for any standardized test. not ESL instruction. CES 7341 $259
CES 0349 (.3 CEu) $55/Senior Cost $44 CES 0849 (2.7 CEu) $259/Senior Cost $207.20 4 weeks Mon & Thur July 9 5:30-8:30 pm
1 day Thurs May 10 6-9 pm 9 weeks Sat May 5 10 am-1 pm Sec. 936213 LA470 J. Haddad & K. Fotiu
Sec. 926202 LA465 C. Cicchelli Sec. 926203 AS220 E. Rande
American College Testing (ACT)
Graduate Record Exam (GRE) Preparation Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) Preparation Online Course
Prepare to succeed on the GRE by combining test- Preparation Prepare for the ACT online! You’ll get the same
ing experience, using an actual retired exam, a If you are planning a future in nursing, the TEAS is great benefits of our in-class ACT Preparation
follow-up personal assessment report identifying an important step in the process. Become familiar including pre- and post-class testing to assess your
strengths and weaknesses, classroom review of with the format of the test and learn strategies for progress, actual retired paper ACT tests for prac-
all testing points, and test-taking strategies. For the math, reading, English and science portions. tice, and a CD-ROM. If you are self-motivated, you
further personal study, a textbook and CD-ROM Practice exams are included. Requirement: students will benefit by reviewing all testing points, learning
with computer adaptive practice tests are provided. must have college level skills in reading, English, and strategies and tips and putting them into practice.
Please be prompt for testing at the first class meet- math. For more information go to the Testing Cen- With online access 24/7, toll-free phone and email
ing and bring #2 pencils. ter Web site at www.schoolcraft.edu/assessment. support, you can work at your own pace to become
CES 0857 (3.2 CEu) $395/Senior Cost $316 CES 4296 (1.5 CEu) well prepared for this very important test.
8 weeks Sat May 5 9 am-1 pm $125/Senior Cost $100 CES 7321 $229
Sec. 926204 LA465 J. Scott, F. Richardson 5 weeks Thurs May 10 6-9 pm 9 weeks May 7 Sec. 926201
Sec. 926207 LA415 P. Schneider 9 weeks July 9 Sec. 936214
GED® Test Preparation
The GED test can be the first step to newfound
personal success. If you completed some high
school, but did not graduate, prepare to succeed by For Youth summer offerings, see www.schoolcraft.edu/koc
learning about the GED® test format, gaining some for the Kids on Campus 2012 Summer Day Camps.
helpful test-taking strategies and taking sample
GED® tests. There will be a light review of English,
writing, reading, and math. If you require in-depth
instruction in any of these areas you may be inter-
ested in our Back to the Basics class offerings. Text-
book and all materials will be provided.
I’ve never had a teacher
$119/Senior Cost $95.20
May 5 10 am-1 pm
Sat June 9 that I actually enjoyed
10 am-1 pm
Sec. 926205 LA230 J. Lehman
4 weeks Sat July 7 10 am-1 pm
Sec. 936211 LA230 J. Lehman
For anyone who wants to
10 am-1 pm
continue their education,
I 100% recommend coming to Schoolcraft
and learning from Mr. Lehman.
~B. Hicks, GED student
FAMiLy LiVinG WELLnESS
caregiver skills class pricing has been offset through NEW “Being Fit never Tasted So Good,” Present Moment Meditation
a grant received under the 2010 community college says Michelle Bommarito. Although synonymous Learn to use Present Moment Meditation, a light-
caregiver training initiative, funded by the metlife with Wedding Cake Challenges on the Food Net- hearted, practical approach that makes meditation
Foundation. work, this energetic entrepreneur has boldly inviting and beneficial for everyone. You’ll see posi-
stepped out of the pastry world and is promoting tive results in every area of your daily life-work,
Caregiver Skills: Creating a Safe Environment/
a powerful lifestyle that fuels the body, mind and family, home, health, relationships, personal goals,
CPR AED Training and more. Each meeting includes two meditations,
Create an environment as barrier-free and hand- spirit. Her experience as Michael Jordan’s Personal
Chef ignited her passion to educate and help others a short presentation on topics relating to medita-
icapped-accessible as possible to support people
to improve their energy and stamina by selecting tion and stress reduction, discussion and Q & A
with decreased sight and hearing, loss of strength
an array of foods for fuel. time. New and repeat students are welcome. Chairs
and balance, and forgetfulness. Learn to identify
CES 4302 (.2 CEu) $39/Senior Cost $31.20 are provided.
safety concerns, create a plan to remedy them,
1 day Thurs July 19 6:30-8:30 pm CES 0966 (.6 CEu) $59/Senior Cost $47.20
and earn an American Health and Safety Institute 4 weeks Mon June 4 6-7:30 pm
Sec. 937302 LA200 M. Bommarito
CPR/AED card to deal with emergency situations. Sec. 927301 LA200 K. Bindu Henning
Daytime classes have a one hour lunch which is not
included in CEU total.
CES 5224 (.8 CEu) $10
May 19 8 am-5 pm
Caregiver Skills: Basic Care Giving & NEW Schoolcraft History:
Personal Care Skills money savings opportunity Fifty & Just Getting Started
Assisting another person with such necessities as Schoolcraft College is celebrating its 50th anni-
eating, walking, dressing, taking medication, and versary year! Stroll down memory lane and learn
managing chronic health problems can be quality COnVERSATiOn & about Schoolcraft’s legacy from its humble begin-
time together once you get over the awkwardness. COFFEE SERiES nings in 1961 to the 2012 version you know and
In a hands-on setting with a nursing instructor, Stimulate your mind while you socialize! Meet love. Celebrate Schoolcraft’s legacy of serving the
you will learn the strategies and skills to become Schoolcraft faculty and guest lecturers, and community, its students, and its alumni.
more comfortable and confident taking on a care- enjoy presentations on a variety of topics guar- CES 7380 (.2 CEu) $15/Senior Cost $12
giving role. Daytime classes have a one hour lunch 1 week Fri May 11 1-3 pm
anteed to provide an opportunity for learning
Sec. 927403 W210 Staff
which is not included in CEU total. and for fun. Each session in this series will chal-
CES 5225 (.8 CEu) $10 lenge and entertain the curious and fun-loving NEW Myth, Magic & Religion Today
1 day Sat June 2 soul. Don’t miss out! What exactly is the difference between myth, magic
AS200 8 am-1 pm
AS840 1-5 pm This money savings series is a real value and and religion? In an open and appreciative way learn
Sec. 927102 M. Siegel, RN includes the following 3 classes: about these three concepts. Discover similarities
and differences between religions, both world reli-
Caregiver Skills: Legal & Financial issues • CES 7380 Schoolcraft History:
gions and native religions. Identify major trends
Peace of mind comes from understanding the Fifty & Just Getting Started
in religious activity both in the United States and
basics of dealing with legal and financial issues such • CES 7284 Myth, Magic & Religion Today around the world. Experience a culminating “com-
as wills, insurance, taxes and advance directives. • CES 7373 Timeless Plays: Elektra ing together activity” designed to bring these ideas
Learn about the types of legal documents that into your reality.
should be created, how to maintain the documents, See descriptions for more information.
CES 7284 (.2 CEu) $15/Senior Cost $12
issues related to medical directives, and the basics CES 7274 (.6 CEu) $36/Senior Cost $28.80
1 day Fri June 1 1-3 pm
3 sessions Fri May 11, June 1, June 15 1-3 pm
about funeral options and costs. Sec. 927404 W210 S. Roney-Hays
Sec. 927401 See individual listings below for class locations.
CES 5227 (.4 CEu) $10
1 day Sat June 16 8 am-12 pm you must register prior to the start of the series NEW Timeless Plays: Elektra
Sec. 927103 AS200 J. Bolling to take advantage of the savings. Join Dr. Mark Houston and Professor Helen Ditou-
ras in an engaging overview of one of Sophokles
NEW Medicaid & you most celebrated tragedies, Elektra. The story is
Get the facts on Medicaid and law that defines it. Dis- based around the character of Elektra and her
pel the multitude of myths and misconceptions associ- brother Orestes as they take vengeance for the
ated with Medicaid eligibility. Discuss how to apply murder of their father. At the end of the presenta-
and successfully obtain funding from this important tion audience members will be invited to partici-
federal program. See how to save up to 60–80% of your pate in a reading of part of the play. The playbook
assets and still qualify for Medicaid. In addition, find is included.
out how to prepare financially for Long Term Care. CES 7373 (.2 CEu) $15/Senior Cost $12
CES 5239 (.2 CEu) $10 1 day Fri June 15 1-3 pm
1 day Sat June 30 8-10 am Sec. 927402 W210 H. Ditouras, M. Huston
Sec. 927104 AS200 J. Bolling
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It is the sculpting of food…
…in the most advanced kitchens in the midwest.
…with some of the best certified master chefs in america.
…from international cuisine, to butchery, to pastry seminars.
with hands-on instruction, you’ll cook with more confidence.
Let us show you the mastery of culinary arts.
Cooking 101: Skill Development Planning your Perfect Event Eastern Market Tour
In this relaxed and comfortable environment you When planning a small or large graduation party, Experience Detroit’s Historic Eastern Market with
will learn basic cooking terminology and tech- shower, barbeque or wedding have total control by Master Chef Jeff Gabriel as your tour guide. Chef
niques. Learn how to properly use basic knives and doing it yourself! Learn tips of the trade to manage Jeff will introduce and explain both local and exotic
hand tools and discover safe and sanitary methods rentals, linens, food, props and theme menus. Get food products including flowers and wine highlight-
for food preparation. This class is a prerequisite for guidelines for ordering food and drink amounts. ing all the market has to offer through the eyes of
most Schoolcraft College’s CES hands-on Culinary See cooking demos and take a photo tour of how to a culinary connoisseur. Learn how to identify and
Arts classes or instructor’s approval, unless other- do fabulous food stations. Get sure fire recipes for select the best and freshest items. Meet outside of
wise noted. A tool kit is not required for this class. your event planning arsenal. R. Hirt, Jr. Co. at 9 am. Close parking is limited.
CES 2187 (.6 CEu) $109/Senior Cost $87.20 CES 2421 (.4 CEu) $109/Senior Cost $87.20 Come early for the best parking opportunities.
2 days Tues May 15 5-7 pm 1 day Wed May 9 6-10 pm Bring a shopping bag if you plan to purchase items.
& Wed May 16 5-9 pm Sec. 921013 VT630 K. Lewton CES 2427 (.3 CEu) $45/Senior Cost $36
Sec. 921002 VT630 J. Gabriel, CMC 1 day Sat May 12 9 am-12 pm
2 days Thurs May 24 5-7 pm Culinary Gardening Sec. 921021 Off Campus J. Gabriel, CMC
& Fri May 25 5-9 pm Whether you’re interested in growing basil for
Sec. 921011 VT630 J. Gabriel, CMC pesto, cilantro for salsas or mint for summer iced NEW Dessert Buffet: The Sweetest Occasion
tea, start here. Enjoy fresh herbs and vegetables all Sweeten your next get together with a dessert buf-
Pastry 101: Skill Development summer long from your own culinary garden! Learn fet. Or skip the meal all together and entertain with
Learn basic baking terminology and techniques how to choose, plant and use herbs, vegetables and a dessert buffet! Either way, enhance your event’s
in a comfortable setting. You’ll gain information edible flowers. Get tips for planting, growing and personality and style by learning how to pick a buf-
on proper pastry tool skills and safe and sanitary harvesting your bounty. Both outdoor and indoor fet theme, create a beautiful display and please a
methods for food/baking preparation. Set a solid gardens will be discussed. crowd with a mouth-watering variety of choices.
base for your baking future. This course is strongly CES 2334 (.3 CEu) $99/Senior Cost $79.20 CES 2483 (.3 CEu) $99/Senior Cost $79.20
recommended for Schoolcraft College’s CES Pastry 1 day Thurs May 10 6-9 pm 1 day Wed May 23 6-9 pm
and Baking hands-on Culinary Arts classes, unless Sec. 921007 VT635 J. Gabriel, CMC Sec. 921014 VT630 J. Decker, CMPC
CES 2380 (.6 CEu) $109/Senior Cost $87.20 Beat the Heat—Light Summer Meals
2 days Tues & Wed May 29, 30 6-9 pm Do you often crank up the air conditioning or order
Sec. 921009 VT630 J. Decker, CMPC take out to avoid heating up your kitchen on a hot
summer day? Enjoy a better option and learn to
prepare simple, light entrees, barbeque dishes, sal-
ads and desserts. Discover sure-fire menu ideas and
entertaining suggestions guaranteed to save your
food budget and your electric bill. Beat the heat!
CES 2426 (.3 CEu) $99/Senior Cost $79.20
1 day Thurs May 31 6-9 pm
Sec. 921012 VT630 K. Lewton
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NEW Signature Cake Decorating: Hands-on Home-Cook’s night Out: Hands-on NEW Summer Side Dishes
Learn to decorate “a la Michelle” using pre-made People regularly plan nights out for hobbies, sport Whether you are hosting or going to a picnic, bar-
and faux cakes. Discover how to roll fondant seam- and fellowship. If cooking is your passion, make becue or lunch indoors or out, discover side dishes
lessly, pipe elegant royal icing scroll designs, and Friday evenings your cooking night out! Each week that are perfect to serve. Get recipes to make foods
create drapery swags and Florentine style embellish- focus on a skill or the preparation of a particular using fresh spring and summer ingredients that
ments. Learn to apply color and paint in an antique type of food including meats, fish, poultry, salads will revive a hot summer day. Learn techniques
style, properly tier cakes, apply beaded borders, cre- and breads. Refine your skills, make new friends, that work for sides prepared on the grill.
ate a royal icing topper and sculpt a cake. Your cake while enjoying an evening of fine food. Bring a chef CES 2305 (.3 CEu) $99/Senior Cost $79.20
decorating skills will never be the same. Bring to jacket and a basic set of knives. Call 734-462-4448 1 day Thurs June 21 6-9 pm
class: a serrated knife, an icing knife/spatula, a turn- for details. No prerequisites required for this class. Sec. 921022 VT630 J. Gabriel, CMC
table, nylon sock, rolling pin, fondant smoothers CES 2452 (1.8 CEu) $299/Senior Cost $239.20
(2), circular blade (pizza cutter), x-acto knife, hard 6 weeks Fri June 22 6-9 pm
ruler (at least 12 inches long), tape measure, small Sec. 931034 VT690 No class 7/6 J. Gabriel, CMC
pair of food scissors, ball tooler (gum paste tool),
imprinter/stamp from craft store (elegant scroll or
leaf pattern), paint brush (thin tip), small bowl to
mix lustre dust. These supplies are available at local
craft stores. No prerequisite required. Meet instructor Michelle Bommarito »
CES 2481 (.5 CEu) $129/Senior Cost $103.20 Bommarito is a graduate of the institute of culinary education
1 day Wed May 16 5-10 pm located in Manhattan, new York. While living and working in
Sec. 921015 VT635 M. Bommarito new York, Bommarito had the privilege of being employed
by the historic and world-renowned Waldorf Astoria hotel.
other significant professional experiences include being
See page 18 for Michelle’s a freelance artist for Martha stewart omni Media and
Wellness class, “Being Fit Never at Living Magazine. in fact, Bommarito appeared
Tasted So Good.“ alongside Martha stewart during a spring 2000
program where she demonstrated assembly of an
intricately themed “spring Garden” cake.
NEW Sugar Sculpture Centerpieces: the distinctiveness and uniqueness of Bommarito’s
Beautiful Eye Candy designs and cakes have been the subject of numerous
See how sugar can be transformed into unparal- newspaper and magazine articles. Bommarito was
leled works of art using both simple and complex one of only five wedding cake designers selected to
forms of sugar decorating techniques. Various compete in the Food network’s first wedding cake
methods and types of sugar will be demonstrated: challenge in 2004. she continues to accept invitations to
pulled sugar, blown, cast, pastillage, pressed, rock compete in Food network challenges and has competed
sugar, and spun sugar. The average home chef will in nine challenges thus far, bringing home one gold and
be able to duplicate some of the items, but not all four silver medals.
due to the type of necessary equipment. cakes aren’t Michelle’s only passion. see page 18 for
CES 2484 (.3 CEu) $99/Senior Cost $79.20 Michelle’s Wellness class, “Being Fit never tasted so Good.“
1 day Thurs May 10 6-9 pm
Sec. 921006 VT630 J. Decker, CMPC
NEW Chocolate Sculpture Centerpieces:
Too Awesome to Eat money savings opportunity
The wonderful world of chocolate is all about
marvelous taste. But in the practiced hands of a
good chef it also becomes an art form, an aesthetic SCuLPTuRED CEnTERPiECE SERiES
delight. Experience various chocolate techniques
such as tempering, molding, airbrushing using A chocolate or sugar sculpture is the ultimate décor in pastry. For a dessert buffet or a centerpiece
cocoa butter colors, and sculpting. The average home for your home or event this art form is one of a kind and magical. Join Chef Decker as he designs
chef will be able to duplicate some of the items, but and literally “captures the moment” on two inspiring evenings. The average home chef will be able
not all due to the type of necessary equipment. to duplicate some of the items created, but not all due to the type of necessary equipment.
CES 2486 (.3 CEu) $99/Senior Cost $79.20 This money savings series is a real value and includes the following 2 classes:
1 day Thurs May 17 6-9 pm • CES 2484 Sugar Sculpture Centerpieces: Beautiful Eye Candy
Sec. 921010 VT630 J. Decker, CMPC • CES 2386 Chocolate Sculpture Centerpieces: Too Awesome to Eat
See descriptions for more information.
CES 2482 (.6 CEu) $169/Senior Cost $135.20
2 weeks Thurs May 10 & 17 6-9 pm
Sec. 921005 VT630 J. Decker, CMPC
you must register prior to the start of the series to take advantage of the savings.
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Prerequisite—CES 2187 Cooking 101: Skill Development or instructor’s approval.
Please prepare a tool kit with the following: a paring, chef and bread knife; peeler;
spatula; dough cutter; pastry brush; thermometer; and measuring spoons. Plan to
wear a white chef’s jacket, dark pants and comfortable shoes in all hands-on classes.
Fresh & Fabulous Salads: Hands-on Artisan Breads: Hands-on Fiesta Mexicana: Hands-on New Recipes!
When you think of salad do you think of iceberg Forget about buying bread forever! Explore many Create your own Mexican Fiesta in your home.
lettuce with a few veggies thrown in for good varieties of flavored breads using natural and sour- Learn to create an authentic Mexican buffet party
measure? Change that thinking forever and learn dough starters. Learn about different types of flour meal including appetizers, salad, salsa, and street-
to create salads you’ll be proud to serve, including and their effects on fermentation. Practice proper style Mexican soft tacos. Couple your buffet with
composed salads, entree salads and side salads. mixing and handling, while discovering the make- traditional Mexican drinks and a dessert. Be pre-
Don’t forget those always popular “dish-to-pass” up of Artisan breads. pared to party-hearty Mexican style.
pasta and rice salads, too. Learn to make great vin- CES 2188 (2.0 CEu) $249/Senior Cost $199.20 CES 2449 (.3 CEu) $109/Senior Cost $87.20
aigrettes and emulsified dressings. Make your salad 4 days MTWR June 11,12,13,14 5-10 pm 1 day Wed July 11 6-9 pm
’La Piece De Resistance!’ Sec. 921020 VT635 J. Gabriel, CMC Sec. 931035 VT630 A. Perez
CES 2173 (.3 CEu) $109/Senior Cost $87.20
1 day Tues May 22 6-9 pm Great Tasting Vegetarian & Vegan Meals: Regional American Food: Hands-on
Sec. 921019 VT635 J. Gabriel, CMC Hands-on America’s regional foods are as unique, and
Learn how to create enticing meat and dairy free diverse, as the country itself. Explore the exten-
NEW Gulf Coast Cooking: Hands-on meals using fresh, high-quality ingredients. On sive offerings of four regional cuisines: Pacific
Gulf Coast Regional Cuisine boasts ownership of day one learn about vegetarian and vegan cuisine, Coast—California, Washington and Oregon; Mid-
so many of America’s favorite dishes and recipes. including hands-on prep work. On day two you’ll west—Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania; New Eng-
This unique blend of European, Native American, cook, discovering firsthand how satisfying and land Coast; and Southern—Louisiana, Texas and
Caribbean, and African cultures conjures up dishes flavorful vegetarian and vegan dishes can be. Even Florida. Learn about the history of the fare born
for both casual and fine dining. Learn about, and if you are not a vegetarian, discover how meat- and of the settlers of our great land. Bring a ten-inch
prepare, this soulful down-home fare. Bring a ten- dairy-less meals can be great meal alternatives. French knife.
inch French knife. CES 2247 (.6 CEu) $139/Senior Cost $111.20 CES 2478 (.6 CEu) $139/Senior Cost $111.20
CES 2479 (.6 CEu) $139/Senior Cost $111.20 2 days Tues & Wed June 19, 20 6-9 pm 2 days Wed & Thur July 18, 19 6-9 pm
2 days Wed & Thur May 23, 24 6-9 pm Sec. 921018 VT635 J. Gabriel, CMC Sec. 931037 VT620 M. Russell, CMC
Sec. 921003 VT620 M. Russell, CMC
The Art of Advanced Grilling: Hands-on
Outdoor Grilling: Hands-on Knowledge is power—and that applies to the grill,
Transform your backyard into a successful outdoor too. Learn the advanced grilling techniques to take CES 2380 Pastry 101: Skill Development is
party regardless of the weather. Learn to infuse your grilling to the next level. Learn how fire fla- strongly recommended before taking these classes.
your own oils and vinegars to prepare unique and vors food, and the kind of heat that is right for fish, Cooking 101 is not required.
flavorful marinades and salad dressings. The secrets vegetables and meat. Discover additional seasoning Please prepare a tool kit with the following:
of successful grilling of poultry, seafood and veg- techniques and how to maximize your grill’s capa- a rubber spatula; pastry brush; rolling pin;
etables will be demonstrated. A variety of salad bilities. Get more flavor from your grilled foods and paring knife; vegetable peeler; french knife;
dishes will be demonstrated using mixed greens, more compliments for the chef. melon baller; (2) 16" pastry bags; pastry
fruits and pasta. CES 2324 (.8 CEu) $149/Senior Cost $119.20 tubes (Large No. 5 Plain Tube; Large No. 5
CES 2241 (.8 CEu) $149/Senior Cost $119.20 2 days Tues & Wed June 26, 27 5-9 pm Star tube); serrated bread knife; 3" and 10"
2 days Thur & Fri May 31, June 1 5-9 pm Sec. 921004 VT620 J. Gabriel, CMC icing spatula. Plan to wear a white chef’s
Sec. 921008 VT620 J. Gabriel, CMC jacket, dark pants and comfortable shoes
Grilling Vegetarian: Hands-on in all hands-on classes.
NEW Breakfast Breads: Hands-on Expand the culinary potential of your grill. Use it
Tired of cereal, eggs and pancakes for breakfast? as a vessel for delicious vegetarian cooking. Dis- Pastry Boot Camp: Hands-on
Greet your family in the morning with the aroma of cover the differences between cooking vegetables Get ready to dig in the trenches, get dirty and be
freshly baked coffee cake, Danish, croissants, bagels and other standard grill fare. Learn how to prepare part of this four-evening basic-training pastry
and biscuits. The hardest part is waiting for the your grill for efficient cooking and your fruits and course. Fall in and learn the fundamentals and
goodies to come out of the oven. vegetables for endless meal possibilities. Whether techniques used in preparing pastry creams and
CES 2480 (.8 CEu) $149/Senior Cost $119.20 you’re looking for side dishes to complement meat custards, pies and tarts, French pastries and
2 days Thur & Fri June 7, 8 6-10 pm and seafood or planning a totally vegetarian cook- tortes, and cheesecakes. Each night will be filled
Sec. 921001 VT635 J. Gabriel, CMC out, this class is for you. with new and exciting information, practical
CES 2404 (.6 CEu) $139/Senior Cost $111.20 hands-on experience and opportunities to taste
2 days Mon & Tues July 9, 10 6-9 pm
the results. Enlist now!
Sec. 931036 VT690 J. Gabriel, CMC
CES 2381 (1.6 CEu) $399/Senior Cost $319.20
1 week TWRF July 24,25,26,27 5:30-9:30 pm
Sec. 931033 VT635 J. Decker, CMPC
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White Wines of the World
Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer, Chenin Blanc, Reis-
ling, and Sauvignon Blanc are names often seen Want to get on our culinary mailing list to receive the dish
when purchasing wine or going to a restaurant and
looking at a wine list. Get the real scoop on white directly to your home? Just email us at CEPD@schoolcraft.edu
wines! Discover which are the better food wines
and which wines should be enjoyed on their own.
or give us a call at 734-462-4448.
Learn about the wine-making process, terms you’ll
find on a bottle, prices and perceived value of white
wines. You must be at least 21 years old to attend.
CES 2197 (1.0 CEu) $169/Senior Cost $135.20 EnGLiSH LAnGuAGE
5 weeks Mon May 14 7-9 pm learn to use correct grammar and converse in ESL i—English as a Second Language
Sec. 921024 W210B L. Hershey english. Build vocabulary; improve your pronuncia- CES 7235 (7.2 CEu) $305/Senior Cost $244
tion and practice listening, speaking, reading and
Certification writing. Gain familiarity with american culture. each
Tues & Thur
May 15 6-9 pm
ServSafe—One Day Class level builds on the skills learned in the previous class.
Textbook must be purchased through the School- ESL ii—English as a Second Language
a placement test is required for correct level place- CES 7236 (7.2 CEu)
craft Bookstore and reviewed prior to class start $305/Senior Cost $244
ment. the last test date is approximately one week
date. Designed for employees, owners and managers 12 weeks Tues & Thur May 15 6-9 pm
before classes begin and space is limited, so please Sec. 926921 MC120 H. White
of food service establishments, this course will pre-
plan ahead. testing is by appointment only. please
pare you for final examinations administered by the ESL iii—English as a Second Language
call 734-462-4448 to schedule an appointment.
Educational Foundation of the National Restaurant CES 7261 (7.2 CEu) $305/Senior Cost $244
testing begins promptly at the appointment time and
Association. Upon successful completion of the pro- 12 weeks Tues & Thur May 15 6-9 pm
lasts 2–3 hours.
gram and exam (taken in class) the certified individ- Sec. 926922 MC125 E. Rande
ual will be qualified to train personnel in sanitation spring–summer placement test dates:
techniques, communicate with representatives of the wednesday, may 2, 6 p.m. ESL iV—English as a Second Language
health departments having jurisdiction, recognize thursday, may 3, 6 p.m. CES 7262 (7.2 CEu) $305/Senior Cost $244
Friday, may 4, 10 a.m. 12 weeks Mon & Wed May 14 6-9 pm
sanitation deficiencies and initiate improvements. A
Sec. 926923 MC120 No class 5/28, 7/4 E. Rande
one hour lunch not included in CEU total. monday, may 7, 6 p.m.
CES 2469 (.8 CEu) $99/Senior Cost $79.20 tuesday, may 8, 6 p.m. ESL V—English as a Second Language
1 day Fri May 18 8 am-5 pm wednesday, may 9, 10 a.m. CES 7285 (7.2 CEu) $305/Senior Cost $244
Sec. 921016 LA140 T. Holewinski thursday, may 10, 6 p.m. 12 weeks Mon & Wed May 14 6-9 pm
Sec. 926924 MC115 No class 5/28, 7/4 I. Baciak
ServSafe once testing has been completed, students may
register for esl classes in-person at the admissions
Textbook included. Designed for employees, owners Accent improvement i
and managers of food service establishments, this & enrollment center in the mcdowell center. no
Improve your spoken English and learn to be bet-
course will prepare you for final examinations admin- online registration is available.
ter understood by American English speakers. The
istered by the Educational Foundation of the National Accent Improvement I class has been developed
Restaurant Association. Upon successful completion to help the ESL student like you to speak with an
of the program and exam (taken in class), the certified TOEFL-Test of English as a Foreign American accent. You’ll interact with others who
individual will be qualified to train personnel in sanita- Language Preparation Workshop. are experiencing the same challenges and improve
tion techniques, communicate with representatives of See page 18. your clarity and ability to follow the English spoken
the health departments having jurisdiction, recognize language. Students should be enrolled in or com-
sanitation deficiencies and initiate improvements. pleted ESL 4 or higher.
CES 2087 (1.8 CEu) $225/Senior Cost $180 CES 7298 (4.8 CEu) $255/Senior Cost $204
2 days Thur & Fri July 12, 13 8 am-5 pm 12 weeks Sat May 12 9 am-1 pm
Sec. 931038 BTC 200 L. Sebold Sec. 926925 LA470 No class 5/26 P. Konfara
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PERSOnAL inTEREST Languages Around the World—Level ii American Sign Language i
Increase your writing and speaking skills by delv- American Sign Language is the fourth most com-
NEW Ghost Hunting ing further into the grammar of your new language. monly used language in the U.S. Discover the basics
Explore the phenomenon of paranormal activity Review what you learned in Level I and expand fur- of ASL including facial expressions, hand gestures,
and get a realistic view of what ghost hunting is ther your communication skills in everyday living and body language. Gain basic knowledge of the
all about. A local, independent investigator will skills such as banking, shopping, restaurants, hotels, alphabet, numbers, colors, and time telling. Learn
share evidence and experiences while discussing airports, and even emergency situations. Feel an about the deaf culture and the use of the Michigan
the basics of investigating, including different emotional tie start to root as you begin to understand Relay Center (MRC). The first half of the textbook
types of spirits, natural causes, evidence, protec- and appreciate another culture’s holidays and special will be covered. This class is taught by a hearing
tion, and ways to get started. Open discussion is celebrations that make them unique. Celebrate the instructor.
encouraged—bring any photos or other evidence progress you’ve made in your language experience! CES 3150 (2.4 CEu) $139/Senior Cost $111.20
you would like to share. Children age 12 and up are 12 weeks Mon May 14 6-8 pm
welcome if they register with a parent. French ii Conversational
Sec. 926011 LA410 T. White
CES 0976 (.2 CEu) $19/Senior Cost $15.20 CES 3270 (2.4 CEu) $149/Senior Cost $119.20
12 weeks Thurs May 10 6-8 pm
1 day Thurs May 24 6:30-8:30 pm American Sign Language ii
Sec. 927001 LA200 Heidi S. Sec. 926009 LA230 C. Katzman
Take your American Sign Language skills to a new
italian ii Conversational level. Enjoy the challenge of using less voice and
FOREiGn LAnGuAGE CES 3330 (2.4 CEu) $149/Senior Cost $119.20 using more ASL. Learn more complex sentence
Languages Around the World—Level i 12 weeks Mon May 7 6-8 pm structure, finger spelling, facial expressions, classi-
Whether you’re planning a cruise or a trip through a Sec. 926007 MC125 A. DelPizzo fiers, descriptions of objects and vocabulary. Prac-
foreign land, trying to make that sale, or just getting Spanish ii Conversational tice your skills using storytelling and game playing.
back to your own family roots, learning a language The second half of the textbook will be covered.
CES 3591 (2.4 CEu) $149/Senior Cost $119.20
is a wonderful personal experience. The time is now 12 weeks Thurs May 10 6:30-8:30 pm
This class is taught by a hearing instructor.
and the opportunity is here! Learn a language the Sec. 926006 LA330 A. Sherman CES 7127 (2.4 CEu) $149/Senior Cost $119.20
easy and fun way. Start with simple grammar and 12 weeks Tues May 8 6-8 pm
vocabulary, and be able to engage in basic conversa- Languages Around the World—Level iii Sec. 926004 LA410 T. White
tion and writing. Learn the political and social dos Feel empowered in your business relations, social
and don’ts that will increase your confidence and interactions, and personal relationships as you Speed Spanish Online
communication skills, making you more comfort- immerse yourself further into your language. In Need a Spanish review? Learn six easy recipes for
able in all social situations whether they take place this lively, but low-stressed atmosphere you will gluing Spanish words together to form sentences.
in the boardroom, on the Internet, or in travel ports increase your grammar efficiency. Communication With the powerful methods taught in this course,
worldwide. Grow as a person as you begin to appre- skills will also improve as you begin to put more you’ll be able to renew your Spanish and engage in
ciate other cultures through the magic of language. complex sentences together. Accelerate your social conversational Spanish in no time.
skills and have fun with phone conversations, CES 3459 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
French i Conversational 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 926001
ordering from a menu, and asking and giving per-
CES 3054 (2.4 CEu) $139/Senior Cost $111.20 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 926013
12 weeks Wed May 9 6-8 pm
sonal information. Nourish a genuine understand-
ing of the people whose language you are acquiring.
Sec. 926005 LA230 V. Jablonski Speed Spanish 2 Online
German i Conversational Spanish iii Conversational With this follow-up to our popular Speed Spanish
CES 3064 (2.4 CEu) $139/Senior Cost $111.20
CES 3434 (2.4 CEu) $159/Senior Cost $127.20 course, gain comfort in Spanish-speaking situa-
12 weeks Wed May 9 6-8 pm
12 weeks Tues May 8 6:30-8:30 pm tions by learning even more clever new recipes you
Sec. 926002 LA330 A. Sherman can put to immediate use. Prerequisite: CES 3459
Sec. 926012 LA330 H. Fruechtenicht
Speed Spanish Online.
italian i Conversational CES 3532 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
CES 3063 (2.4 CEu) $139/Senior Cost $111.20 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 926010
12 weeks Thurs May 10 6-8 pm
Sec. 926014 MC110 A. DelPizzo Speed Spanish 3 Online
Brazilian Portuguese i Conversational Accelerate your ability to speak, understand, and
CES 3564 (2.4 CEu) $139/Senior Cost $111.20 read Spanish by taking the final installment in our
12 weeks Wed May 9 6-8 pm unique three-part Speed Spanish learning series.
Sec. 926008 LA415 K. Delgado Prerequisite: CES 3532 Speed Spanish 2 Online.
CES 3571 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
Spanish i Conversational 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 936020
CES 3053 (2.4 CEu) $139/Senior Cost $111.20
See Online Class Information on
12 weeks Mon May 7 6:30-8:30 pm
Sec. 926003 LA330 A. Sherman
page 42 for specific requirements.
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Ceramics i Ceramics iV: Dinnerware introduction to Wheel Throwing
Discover the art of ceramics, in a relaxed and Can’t find the right set of dishes or that perfect Making pottery on the wheel consists of using hand-
creative environment. You will be taught to hand- gift? Make your own customized dinnerware. eye coordination, sensitivity to pressure and speed.
build and wheel-throw pottery, different ways to Design and make a plate, cup, saucer, and goblet, Through demonstration and individual projects learn
decorate your pieces and how to apply glazes giv- bowl and serving dishes. Begin this creative jour- to use different hand positions, to shape and form
ing your creations artistic life. Learn about kilns ney with a project that is useful and uniquely you. raw clay into sturdy, useful vessels. Learn to choose
and the art of mixing glazes, while experiencing Prerequisite: Ceramics III or equivalent ceramic and prepare clay, and trim, slip and carve the forms
a unique sense of personal accomplishment. This experience. into finished pieces of art. Necessary ceramic tools
class is for first-time participants only. CES 3658 (2.4 CEu) $175/Senior Cost $140 and respirator will be discussed at the first class.
CES 3081 (2.4 CEu) $165/Senior Cost $132 8 weeks Fri May 11 7-10 pm CES 3645 (2.4 CEu) $165/Senior Cost $132
8 weeks Wed May 9 7-10 pm Sec. 922204 F410 B. Wooten 8 weeks Sat May 5 9 am-12 pm
Sec. 922201 F410 C. Laginess Sec. 922205 F410 M. Kuhn
8 weeks Mon July 9 7-10 pm
Ceramics ii Sec. 932211 F410 M. Kuhn
Continue developing your hand-building and
wheel-throwing skills while creating functional
as well as sculptural pieces. Learn to mix clay and
glazes. Further explore the techniques and pro-
cesses of applying glazes and slips to expand your
mastery of the media. The class emphasis is on DRAWinG
wheel-throwing techniques. Prerequisite: Ceramics Drawing i Traditional illustration Techniques
I or equivalent experience. Unlock your artistic talent by developing funda- Discover the many drawing and painting tech-
CES 3426 (2.4 CEu) $165/Senior Cost $132 mental drawing skills. Learn how to create beauti- niques used by professional illustrators. Explore
8 weeks Mon May 7 7-10 pm ful drawings using graphite and charcoal. Begin to the illustrative concepts of ideas and images, recog-
Sec. 922202 F410 P. Howard understand composition, see value in form, and nition, media selection, and step-by-step work-ups.
handle materials with a greater confidence. A variety The presentation of final work is of utmost impor-
Ceramics iii of methods will be demonstrated covering line and tance and will be developed thoroughly. Learn to
Expand the basic wheel-throwing and hand-build- value scales, sighting, and measuring techniques. simulate the demands and deadlines faced in the
ing techniques you learned in Ceramics II. Enjoy CES 3586 (2.4 CEu) $135/Senior Cost $108 advertising world. Color pencils, oil colors, and a
using a variety of surface treatments including 8 weeks Tues May 15 6-9 pm can of crystal clear will be provided. Additional
high-fire and low-fire glazes, slips, oxides, terra Sec. 922103 F400 A. Bacon supplies will need to be purchased. A list will be dis-
sig and Raku. Individual projects are encouraged cussed at the first class.
coupled with interactive group instruction. Raku CES 3654 (3.3 CEu) $159/Senior Cost $127.20
facilities are available. Prerequisite: Ceramics II or 10 weeks Tues May 8 6:10-9:30 pm
equivalent knowledge. Sec. 922104 LA415 B. Wooten
CES 3090 (2.4 CEu) $165/Senior Cost $132
8 weeks Tues May 8 7-10 pm
Sec. 922203 F410 M. Kuhn
As a retired 6th grade teacher,
I know the impact that a wonderful teacher
Ceramics Open Studio—independent
Study: non-instructional Activity can have on his/her students!!
Dedicated ceramic students are invited to join us
for a self-directed independent study of advanced That is why I felt the need to pass on this compliment
ceramics. You must have knowledge of ceram-
ics lab equipment and techniques. We’ll have a
for Mr. Anthony Bacon!!
trouble-shooter available but no formal instruc- Mr. Bacon is all that an effective teacher needs to be:
tion will be given. Let your imagination guide
you as you follow your passion and increase your kind, caring, encouraging
skills. Prerequisite: CES 3525 Ceramics III or
equivalent ceramics experience. Tuition includes and able to put his students at ease
30 lbs of clay. All other clay must be provided by
student. If registering online, this activity can with the subject matter!!
be found under the “Non-Instructional” menu
He was also able to sprinkle his sense of humor
option in WebAdvisor.
11 weeks Sat May 5
throughout the class!
Sec. 621111 F410 L. Ort, Drawing I student
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Watercolor Painting Capture the Moment: Basic Photography Secrets of Better Photography Online
Introduce yourself to the basics of watercolor paint- Experience the satisfaction of using your 35mm or Designed for both film and digital photographers,
ing. A variety of projects will be explored to help digital camera to its fullest. Through lecture and field this course is filled with tips and tricks to help you
develop creativity and self-expression in your art. trips learn the basic tools of photography: camera take better photographs. Learn the basic technol-
Bring any supplies you have to the first class and a operation and flash techniques. A 35mm point and ogy that all cameras use, and receive helpful infor-
supply list will be discussed. shoot camera will work, but a 35mm SLR or digital mation on exposure and lighting.
CES 3230 (2.4 CEu) $135/Senior Cost $108 camera with interchangeable lenses will produce bet- CES 3530 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
8 weeks Wed May 9 6-9 pm ter results and is recommended. All prints must be 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 922402
Sec. 922005 F370 A. Bacon processed at an outside lab by you. Information on 6 weeks May 16 Sec. 922404
two field trips will be given the first night of class. 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 932410
Portrait Drawing & Painting i Basic computer skills are required for this class. 6 weeks July 18 Sec. 932411
Creating a likeness is a rewarding artistic accom- CES 3423 (2.4 CEu) $145/Senior Cost $116
plishment that enhances the artist’s ability in every 8 weeks Tues May 8 6-9 pm NEW Travel Photography Online
endeavor. In the studio learn to create a likeness Sec. 922406 BTC160 B. Mitchell Learn the tricks and techniques digital photog-
from the live model by accessing your creative right raphers need to capture scenes from around the
brain and training your eye to see. This relaxed Field Photography world and bring them home.
approach is supported with class presentations and Improve your photography skills in the field...liter- CES 3656 (2.4 CEu) $95/Senior Cost $76
an emphasis on individual instruction. You may ally. After quick review of basic camera operations 6 weeks Apr 18 Sec. 922403
draw throughout the class or work in your chosen and techniques, enjoy hands-on field trips includ- 6 weeks June 20 Sec. 932412
medium. Please bring paper, pencils and a kneaded ing nighttime photography in Windsor and garden
eraser to the first class. Some drawing experience is
helpful. The model fee is included in the course cost.
CES 3337 (2.4 CEu) $149/Senior Cost $119.20
photography at Cranbrook. Master advanced cam-
era operations and discover the joy of magnificently
capturing all your special moments. All field trips
See Online Class Information on
page 42 for specific requirements.
8 weeks Tues May 15 6:30-9:30 pm take place in addition to the class time listed below.
Sec. 922002 F470 L. Baum Prerequisite: CES 3423 Capture the Moment:
Beginning Photography or equivalent knowledge.
Acrylic Painting CES 3558 (1.8 CEu) $125/Senior Cost $100
Experience the versatility of acrylic paint as you 6 weeks Wed May 23 6-9 pm
explore different techniques, mixing colors, styles Sec. 922407 BTC100 J. Campbell
and consistencies using this water-soluble medium.
Create realistic and impressionistic paintings Prizewinning Photography Program
including landscapes and still lifes. To the first Join a prizewinning photographer for an evening of
meeting please bring a small detail brush and a photographic pleasure. This photography program
medium flat brush; acrylic paints: Ultramarine is all about shifting from taking snapshots to MAK-
blue, white, black, Cadmium yellow, red - choose ING PHOTOGRAPHS! Learn about composition,
from Naphtha, Pyrrole or Alizarin Crimson; a shutter speeds, apertures and exposure. Come to
palette and a 18x24 canvas, and a pad of paper for understand depth of field, film and digital cameras,
sketching (it does not need to be a complete pad). filters, flash, lenses, and much more. Let a master
Acrylic paint does not wash out of clothing; please photographer improve your photographic skills.
wear appropriate clothing or bring a cover up. CES 3431 (.4 CEu) $49/Senior Cost $39.20
CES 3589 (2.4 CEu) $149/Senior Cost $119.20 1 day Tues June 12 6-10 pm
8 weeks Wed May 16 6:30-9:30 pm Sec. 922401 BTC170 M. Nagler
Sec. 922003 F400 D. Zuccarini
Learn the versatility of Alla Prima oil painting, the
technique of painting masters. Explore different
subjects and styles, while learning color theory,
perspective and composition. Emphasis is placed ART—GEnERAL
on developing your own creativity through per- Wet Felting: irresistibly Beautiful Projects Weaving: Looming Large on your Horizon
sonal instruction, supported with class presenta- Attention art enthusiasts, crafters and hobbyists The ancient craft of hand weaving has moved into
tions. Some drawing experience is helpful. Please of any skill level, learn the basics of wet felting. the 21st century! Learn the fiber art technique
bring the following materials to the first session: Discover this process by which natural fibers are which takes two sets of yarns or threads and inter-
oil colors-red, yellow, and blue; a bristle brush #4; stimulated by friction and lubricated by a moisture laces them to form cloth. Using a frame loom,
12"x16" canvas board or canvasette; odorless thin- bond to form cloth. Tap into your individuality as weave an art piece or clothing piece that speaks
ner or mineral spirits; and a small container. Note: you grow as an artist using this ancient process. to your own artistic creativity. Discover unlimited
Water Mixable Oils may be used in this class. Come away with mittens, a hat, a scarf or a unique artistic possibilities. No experience necessary. All
CES 3153 (2.4 CEu) $139/Senior Cost $111.20 decorative art piece. materials supplied.
8 weeks Mon May 14 6:30-9:30 pm
CES 3623 (1.5 CEu) $89/Senior Cost $71.20 CES 3630 (1.5 CEu) $89/Senior Cost $71.20
Sec. 922004 F470 L. Baum
5 weeks Wed May 9 6-9 pm 5 weeks Wed June 13 6-9 pm
8 weeks Thurs May 17 1-4 pm Sec. 922602 AS820 M. Reeds Sec. 922605 AS820 M. Reeds
Sec. 922001 F470 L. Baum
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introduction to Taiko Drumming Voice: Honing your instrument Jazz Band 1
While taiko drumming has been done in Japan Anyone can learn to sing! Whether you’re a begin- This group is known throughout the Detroit Area
for thousands of years, recently westerners have ner hobby-singer, car-singer, or have some expe- for its jazz performances. The band also partici-
become drawn to this powerful and energetic music. rience singing in a chorus, discover the fun of pates at concerts in the community during the
Taiko drumming takes unusual physical feats as well improving your voice. Learn to warm-up and do school year. All aspiring jazz performers ages 16
as a remarkable discipline. Learn proper vocabulary vocal techniques as you build confidence and elimi- through 80+ are invited to participate.
and terminology, and drumming basics including nate fear. If comfortable, at the last class, put your CES 3644 (3.0 CEu) $60
proper stance, proper form and proper drumming heightened skills to use and perform. Class repeat- 10 weeks Mon May 7 7-10 pm
technique. Celebrate your new found skills at a ers are encouraged and welcomed. Sec. 922504 F310 R. Selva
group performance on the last class meeting. Bachi CES 3342 (1.6 CEu) $119/Senior Cost $95.20
(drum sticks) are included in the class cost. 8 weeks Mon May 7 6:30-8:30 pm Jazz Lab Band—improvisation 1
Class meets at 4300 W. Nine Mile Rd., Suite 309, Sec. 922501 LA140 M. Morgan This group is geared to the less experienced jazz
Novi, MI 38375. player, performing contemporary jazz music in
CES 3638 (1.8 CEu) $75/Senior Cost $60
Choir 1 the big band setting, but with some emphasis on
12 weeks Tues May 8 7-8:30 pm Explore the principles of choral singing and musi- improvisation. The Lab Band will perform at con-
Sec. 922503 Off Campus No class 7/17 B. Sole cianship. Understand the individual’s role in a large certs during the school year. The class is open to all
performing ensemble. Learn to appreciate the students, high school and college, and members of
importance of individual and group preparation for the community.
performances. Develop technical skills used to con- CES 3648 (3.0 CEu) $60
tribute to the ensembles’ performance level. Music 10 weeks Thurs May 10 7-10 pm
of all styles and periods will be included. Recitals Sec. 922506 F310 R. Selva
and performances are part of the class activities.
CES 3646 (4.5 CEu) $60
15 weeks Tues May 8 7-10 pm
Sec. 922505 F310 J. Drake Schoolcraft College Piano Academy
As one of the area’s leading centers in piano
education, schoolcraft has designed a unique
approach to teaching music at the keyboard.
Programs are designed to accommodate a
wide range of ages and ability levels, from
first grade through high school. information is
available at www.schoolcraft.edu/music or by
calling the schoolcraft college Music office at
Firearms Training for Concealed Pistol License Refresher for Carrying Concealed Pistols Advanced Defensive Firearms
Designed to fulfill the training requirements to If you hold a Michigan Concealed Pistol License, If you have shooting experience and wish to
obtain a Concealed Pistol License in the State of refresh your skills. Receive legal updates and a improve your technique the opportunity is here!
Michigan this class includes lecture, shooting simu- review of the pistol safety curriculum to fulfill your Develop better combat shooting skills, tactics, and
lator, and range shooting. Shooting decisions will renewal requirement. For renewal, applicants are safety awareness. Expect this course to be some-
be discussed. Bring a reliable, unloaded handgun required to have one hour on the firing range within what physical, some walking and getting up and
to the first class. A holster, eye and ear protection, the preceding six months. If you have not been to down from the ground is necessary. Eye and ear
and 150 rounds of ammunition for your handgun the range, you may take advantage of the opportu- protection is mandatory, along with a serviceable
will be necessary for the range training on the last nity to do so the Saturday following this class. handgun, holster and 300 rounds of ammunition.
day of class. CES 0864 (.4 CEu) $69/Senior Cost $55.20 No target guns please. Students will be notified
CES 0660 (1.2 CEu) $169/Senior Cost $135.20 1 day Mon May 21 5-9 pm with the location information.
1 week Mon & Wed May 21, 23 5-9 pm Sec. 929903 RC310 Garden City J. Monge CES 0838 (.6 CEu) $129/Senior Cost $103.20
& Sat May 26 9 am-1 pm 1 day Sat June 9 9 am-3 pm
Sec. 929902 RC310 Garden City J. Monge Sec. 929901 Off Campus J. Monge
1 day Sat July 14 9 am-3 pm
Sec. 939910 Off Campus J. Monge
1 day Sat Aug 4 9 am-3 pm
Sec. 939911 Off Campus J. Monge
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Improving the safety of motorcyclists on our roads is our primary goal. The Detroit Metro
Motorcycle Safety Consortium was formed in 1999 to offer hands-on, comprehensive
motorcycle safety training in a safe and comfortable environment. Since 1999, the consortium
has trained over 50,000 students. Our classes are taught by professional, certified instructors
who not only have a passion for riding—but riding safety. State funds from a motorcycle
safety grant administered by the Michigan Department of State support this program.
Classes fill quickly!
Motorcycle information Hotline 734-462-4448 Class
» View current schoolcraft course availability and section numbers, and the only $
entire 2012 detroit metro motorcycle safety consortium schedule online: 25
» Register online, by mail, or walk-in.
Basic Rider Course Returning Rider Basic Rider Course
Designed for someone who has minimal experience A one day course designed for the experienced
operating a motorcycle, this course focuses on the but unlicensed rider to become licensed and legal.
development of basic riding skills: turning, shift- Many experienced, licensed riders use this course
ing and braking. You will receive approximately 16 as a refresher and skills tune up. Topics include:
hours of instruction, four (4) in the classroom and braking, counter steering, turning, speed judg- Advanced Rider Course
12 on the range. Training bikes will be provided. ment, and other techniques necessary for the expe- This one day course is designed for licensed, expe-
This course is offered in different formats: one (1) rienced rider to operate a motorcycle skillfully and rienced riders to enhance their basic skills and help
weekend, two (2) weekend, weekday and week- safely. To participate in this class, you must be at with personal risk assessment. Interactive class-
night. The weekday, weeknight or two (2) weekend least 18 years old. If you are 16 or 17, you may take room activities to improve perception and hazard
courses are recommended for novice riders. Suc- this class if you have a valid license and a current awareness are combined with range exercises which
cessful completion allows a student to waive the motorcycle endorsement. Each student must pro- enhance both basic skills and crash avoidance skills.
Secretary of State riding skills test. vide their own motorcycle. Scooters will be allowed You will learn to improve braking and corner finesse.
in this class. Sharing is not allowed. The cycle must It is the public version of the Military Sport Bike
Three-Wheel Basic Rider Course be titled, properly registered, and display a valid Rider Course. Each student must provide their own
If you have minimal experience or are unlicensed license plate. Each student must provide proof of motorcycle. Sharing is not allowed. The cycle must be
operating a three-wheel motorcycle, this course insurance and the bike must pass a safety inspec- titled, properly registered, and display a valid license
is for you. Develop your basic riding skills as you tion. Successful completion allows a student to plate. Each student must provide proof of insurance
learn proper turning, shifting and braking. You waive the Secretary of State riding skills test. and the bike must pass a safety inspection.
have approximately 12 hours of instruction in one
(1) weekend; four (4) in the classroom and eight (8)
• $25 non-refundable & non-transferable class fee for all motorcycle safety classes.
on the range. Each student must provide their own
three-wheel motorcycle. Sharing is not allowed. The • You must be present for the entire class; students arriving late by 5 minutes or more
cycle must be titled, properly registered, and dis- for the first class session will not be allowed in the class, and no refund will be given.
play a valid license plate. Each student must provide • You must provide protective clothing/gear for all motorcycle classes—no sharing!
proof of insurance and the bike must pass a safety Visit our Web site for more details on required clothing/gear.
inspection. Successful completion allows a student
• Students under the age of 18 are allowed to take our Basic Rider Course or the 3-Wheel Basic Rider
to waive the Secretary of State riding skills test.
class starting at age 15 if they are enrolled in driver’s training or have a valid driver’s license.
Please note: The completion card received is only valid for one year from the issue date.
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in an effort to make our physical fitness students and staff more comfortable, we are replacing a large portion of the heating and
cooling system in our pe Building during the spring/summer months. this change will result in many benefits including:
» providing an air-conditioned environment throughout most of the building.
» personal shower stalls in the locker rooms.
» improved hot water service to the entire building.
in order to make these improvements you will notice a few temporary changes:
» the schoolcraft pool will be shut down may–august. it will re-open august 29 when fall credit classes begin.
However, aquatics classes will take place at stevenson High school—see below for more information.
» the men’s and women’s locker rooms and Family changing Rooms will be closed from may–august. the hallway
restrooms will be closed from approximately may 4–June 4, however alternate restroom facilities will be available.
» there will be no hot water in the building during the spring/summer semester.
» entrances, exits and parking may be impacted by the construction.
» all students using pe140 will need to use the pe Building’s east entrance.
access to the main hallway from the pe lobby will be unavailable.
we appreciate your patience and are sure you’ll agree that this temporary inconvenience will result
in a major improvement for everyone who utilizes the pe Building!
Aquatics classes at Stevenson High School…
stevenson High school has allowed us access to their pool for our evening and weekend classes starting the first week of may, though
the daytime classes will not begin until the high school students are let out for summer break (mid-June). please make special note of
the starting dates when selecting your class(es).
» all aquatics classes will be held at stevenson High school which is located at 33500 w. six mile Road in livonia.
» evening and weekend classes will run the usual 12-week schedule (may–July).
» daytime classes will run a modified 6-week schedule (mid June–July).
» all cepd aquatics classes must end before august 1. due to this tight class schedule, no make-ups will be possible
for unexpected pool shutdowns.
» no open/lap swim will be available (m–F 7–8 am & 12–1 pm, t/R 3–4 pm, thursday Gym & swim, sHc).
» the stevenson facility offers a similar pool, balcony and locker room set up (see photos/layout).
» all swimmers need to bring their own lock for the locker room. no overnight/extended locker use.
» all swimmers need to bring their own towels. no towels will be provided.
» the pool water will be heated to 81 degrees and air temp will be regulated by outside temperatures.
» shallow end = 3 ½ feet; deep end = 8 feet; additional/unattached deep well = 12 feet.
» there is handicap parking, and schoolcraft will bring over their staircase to hang over edge of pool.
» parking is accessed at the west side of school—use ’one-way’ driveway closest to tall chain-link fence.
» to enter men’s or women’s locker Rooms, use door #24.
» to enter women’s locker Room w/no stairs, use door #28.
» student access to pool deck is through locker rooms.
» Balcony seating can be accessed via staircases located near both locker room entrance doors.
» no changes in pool rules—same as schoolcraft: www.schoolcraft.edu/cepd/pool_safety.asp
» sHs pool is sanitized with pulsar chlorine system (same as schoolcraft)—it’s not liquid chlorine.
Visit www.schoolcraft.edu/stevensonpool for maps and the latest information.
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Get Fit, Have Fun, Make Friends
physical exercise can help you maintain a healthy weight, build and maintain healthy bone density,
muscle strength and joint mobility, promote physiological well-being and strengthen the immune
system. we offer a vast array of affordable and convenient classes for all ages and skill levels.
please see below for important information:
» For youth classes (aquatics, Fencing, tennis, etc.), please use child’s information
» wear appropriate exercise clothing.
» Bring a towel and water bottle to class. Bring a mat to class if noted in class description.
all participants of continuing education & professional development physical Fitness classes
W must agree to the terms of the Schoolcraft College Waiver of Liability – Fitness Classes at
will need to use
the time of registration:
the PE Building’
» if registering online, check box to signify agreement. s
» if registering by mail or walk-in, include one signed waiver per registration form or EAST Entrance.
registration will not be processed. the waiver form is available on page 41 of this
schedule, and online at www.schoolcraft.edu/cepd/registration.asp
A doctor’s review of your health is advised before starting an exercise program.
AEROBiCS CROSS TRAininG
Hoop Blast Circuit Training NEW Jazz it up
Hooping is becoming a popular form of exer- Lose inches while strengthening all your major mus- Work large muscle groups while doing an aero-
cise because it’s fun, creative, and never boring. cle groups by combining strength training and cardio bic dance workout all done to popular Broadway
Using an adult size, weighted hula hoop, begin in the same workout. Move through timed stations music! Enjoy thirty-minutes of sassy jazz aerobic
performing very basic moves on/off the body and to keep your heart rate up as you strengthen all dance, done to easy-to-follow routines, followed
then progress into a full-body workout. Hooping major muscle groups. Learn to safely use fitness by an intense, lower body workout. All ability lev-
helps build motor skills, increases coordination, equipment to maximize your results while taking els welcome. W
strengthens core, sculpts waistline and thighs, control of your individual improvement. W CES 9870 $59/Senior Cost $29.50
tones abs, glutes and arms, encourages cardiovas- CES 9778 $105/Senior Cost $52.50 8 weeks Thurs May 10 7:30-8:30 pm
cular health, and builds a strong and confident 12 weeks Tues & Thur May 8 5-6 pm Sec. 928121 PE140 E. Mitchell
body. A weighted hula hoop will be provided or Sec. 928116 PE210 S. Bauslaugh
you may bring your own. W 12 weeks Tues & Thur May 8 6-7 pm Cardio Kickboxing
CES 9821 $59/Senior Cost $29.50 Sec. 928113 PE210 S. Bauslaugh Have fun and get a full body, fat-burning workout-all
8 weeks Sat May 12 10:30-11:30 am CES 9365 $85/Senior Cost $42.50 done to music! Cardio Kickboxing burns 800 calo-
Sec. 928125 PE140 K. Torres 12 weeks Sat May 12 11 am-12 pm ries per hour making it a great aerobic workout. Do
Sec. 928130 PE210 S. Bauslaugh punching, kicking, core, weight and toning exercises-
Zumba Fit—A “Blast” Fitness Class something new each week. Bring a mat to class. W
Zumba is a combination of easy-to-follow routines High Energy/Low impact Aerobics CES 9490 $59/Senior Cost $29.50
done to Latin and International music, featuring Enjoy a fun, energizing, motivating aerobics class in 8 weeks Wed May 9 7:05-8:05 pm
interval training and fast and slow rhythms. The a friendly non-threatening setting. This class com- Sec. 928127 PE140 S. Janiunas
result is an energizing, fat-burning cardio workout bines traditional aerobic moves with calisthenics,
that burns up to 500 calories per class! Zumba is introduction to kickboxing, basic step and interval Get Fit! From Top to Bottom
designed for all fitness levels, with no dance experi- training. The strength portion of the class utilizes Recent research has shown that good muscle
ence necessary. Class format may vary. This class is free weights, bands and balls. Get a power workout strength will help you live a longer and healthier
taught by an official Zumba instructor. W for all fitness levels. Bring a mat to class. W life. Get fit from top to bottom improving your
CES 9811 $59/Senior Cost $29.50 CES 9509 $105/Senior Cost $52.50 muscle and bone health, as well as your cardiovas-
8 weeks Tues May 8 5-6 pm 12 weeks Mon & Wed May 7 6-7 pm cular function. With the use of low impact aerobics,
Sec. 928117 PE140 E. Mitchell Sec. 928108 PE140 E. Mitchell & D. Wilson resistance-bands, exertubes, stability balls, and
8 weeks Thurs May 10 6:30-7:30 pm 12 weeks Tues & Thur May 8 10-11 am free weights, you’ll have fun getting fit. This class is
Sec. 928115 PE140 J. Dumbleton Sec. 928119 PE140 S. Zydeck designed for all ages. Bring a mat to class. W
CES 9822 $99/Senior Cost $49.50 CES 9677 $95/Senior Cost $47.50
8 weeks Tues & Thur May 8 11 am-12 pm 8 weeks Tues & Thur May 8 8-9 am
Sec. 928124 PE140 K. Agee Sec. 928109 PE140 S. Zydeck
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Get Fit & Stay Fit Strength Training & Muscle Conditioning
Enjoy this beginning to moderate level of exercise PE140 students Focus on strengthening and toning the major muscle
designed for all fitness abilities. Set your own pace groups as you increase lean muscle mass. Enjoy a
in variations of low impact aerobics, strength train- will need to use healthier body and a higher metabolic rate, as you
ing and sculpting. Learn to incorporate stability the PE Building’ firm, tone, and enhance the body’s natural shape.
s Exercises are developed using a variety of machines. W
balls, exertubes, dynabands and hand weights into EAST Entrance.
your fitness routine. Cool down with a relaxing seg- CES 9433 $105/Senior Cost $52.50
ment of yoga type stretches. Class format may vary. 12 weeks Tues & Thur May 8 7-8 pm
Bring a mat to class. W Sec. 928107 PE210 S. Bauslaugh
CES 9254 $105/Senior Cost $52.50 CES 9432 $85/Senior Cost $42.50
8 weeks Mon, Wed & Fri May 7 9-10 am
Pilates i 12 weeks Sat May 12 9-10 am
Sec. 928118 PE140 K. Carzon A safe and effective mat Pilates workout offers a Sec. 928106 PE120 S. Bauslaugh
powerful conditioning program for the entire body.
Best Body Workout These exercises practiced correctly, promote func- Personal Training
Get a total body makeover! Begin with an ener- tional strength of abdominal and back muscles, Here’s your opportunity to work with a personal
gized, calorie-burning cardiovascular segment, and help to develop pelvic floor strength and better trainer learning to use fitness equipment safely and
with interval training, toning and sculpting. Using posture. Bring a mat to class. W effectively maximizing your workout in a minimal
various equipment continue with a floor workout, CES 9630 $59/Senior Cost $29.50 amount of time. Receive a pre- and post-evaluation.
reshaping abs, glutes and thighs. Finish with relax- 8 weeks Mon May 7 11 am-12 pm An individualized exercise program will be estab-
ing yoga type stretches. Bring a mat to class. W Sec. 928112 PE140 B. Glowski lished based on test results and personal goals. W
8 weeks Tues May 8 6-7 pm CES 9453 $135/Senior Cost $67.50
CES 9856 $59/Senior Cost $29.50
Sec. 928102 PE140 B. Glowski 12 weeks Sat May 12 10-11 am
8 weeks Mon May 7 7-8 pm
Sec. 928103 PE120 S. Bauslaugh
Sec. 928134 PE140 S. Campbell
Pilates ii 6 weeks Tues & Thur May 8 2:15-3:15 pm
Early Bird Fit & Tone Looking for more intensity in your Pilates work- Sec. 928122 PE210 T. Maguran
Rise and shine! Fire-up that metabolism as you get out? Take it up a notch! Enjoy an invigorating
ready to take on the day. Enjoy a cardio-mix of fun routine that leaves you feeling stretched and toned. Senior Fitness
calorie burning moves, followed by thirty-minutes Gain stamina, balance, and endurance as you move Zumba Gold
of total body toning. End the class with stretching through a mat Pilates workout. Prerequisite: Pilates Zumba Gold is designed for the true beginner and
and yoga cool down. Take advantage of that post- I or previous experience. Bring a mat to class. W the active older adult. This party-like fitness dance
workout high and set a positive tone for the rest of CES 9631 $59/Senior Cost $29.50 class, done to a variety of music like merengue, salsa,
your day. W 8 weeks Wed May 9 11 am-12 pm and tango, is an effective work out, burns tons of
CES 9868 $99/Senior Cost $49.50
Sec. 928114 PE140 Staff calories and is geared for all fitness levels. No dance
8 weeks Tues & Thur May 8 6-7 am 8 weeks Thurs May 10 5:30-6:30 pm experience is necessary. Class format may vary. This
Sec. 928123 PE140 D. Wilson & S. Campbell Sec. 928110 PE140 B. Glowski class is taught by an official Zumba instructor. W
CES 9855 $59/Senior Cost $29.50
Total Body Workout Strength Training & Sculpting 8 weeks Tues May 8 1-2 pm
This exciting muscle toning workout will help Fit & Fun Challenge Sec. 928129 PE140 J. Dumbleton
you get your heart rate into your training zone. Come work out with us in a 50 minute class while 8 weeks Fri May 11 10-11 am
Designed for all ages and levels of fitness, this enjoying music from the 70s and 80s. Improve your Sec. 928133 PE140 J. Dumbleton
workout is great for improving cardiovascular and strength, cardiovascular health, balance, and flex-
Strength Training for Seniors
muscle strength at the same time. It also adds vari- ibility, using various types of gym equipment pro-
Numerous studies have highlighted the health value
ety for those interested in cross-training. W vided at class. Format may vary, which will include of strength training for aging adults. Strengthen-
CES 9823 $59/Senior Cost $29.50 team relays and circuit training stations. All fitness ing the major muscle groups of the upper and lower
8 weeks Sat May 12 9:30-10:30 am levels welcomed. Bring a mat to class. W body improves metabolism, increases bone mineral
Sec. 928120 PE140 E. Mitchell CES 9853 $59/Senior Cost $29.50 density, and can reduce arthritic discomfort. At
8 weeks Tues May 8 9-10 am
Pilates Sec. 928132 PE140 K. Carzon
your own fitness level, enjoy great music, warm-up
time, strength exercises, and stretching and relax-
Pi-yO Strength, Sculpt, Stretch 8 weeks Thurs May 10 9-10 am
ation. Bring a mat to class. W
Power your entire core with Pilates and Yoga fusion Sec. 928131 PE140 K. Carzon
CES 9565 $59/Senior Cost $29.50
exercises. Combine the power of Yoga and Pilates 4 weeks Mon & Wed May 7 1-2 pm
with muscle toning strength moves by adding light 1/2 Hour Lunch Break Fitmix
Sec. 928111 PE140 N. Klein
hand weights, resistance bands and other props. With family, work, bills to pay, laundry, and the
Improve strength, flexibility and balance and build daily “stuff” that keeps us crazy-busy, when are Fit as a Fiddle
stamina and strengthen your mind and body. Bring you supposed to work out? Lunchtime! Here’s your Enjoy this beginning- to moderately-paced work-
a mat to class. W chance to get an effective core-shaping and sculpt- out while sitting comfortably in a chair, working
CES 9819 $59/Senior Cost $29.50
ing session that focuses on abs, glutes, chest and at your own pace. Improve your range of motion,
8 weeks Mon May 7 8-9 am thighs that will get results. Class format will vary. strength, balance and flexibility. Enjoy friends and
Sec. 928104 PE140 J. Dumbleton All equipment provided. Bring a mat to class. W fellowship, all while improving your energy levels
8 weeks Wed May 9 8-9 am CES 9817 $39/Senior Cost $19.50 and your quality of life. Optional standing exercises
Sec. 928105 PE140 J. Dumbleton 8 weeks Mon May 7 12 pm-12:30 pm are included; there is no floor work. W
Sec. 928126 PE140 J. Dumbleton CES 9815 $75/Senior Cost $37.50
8 weeks Wed May 9 12 pm-12:30 pm 6 weeks Mon & Wed May 7 10-11 am
Sec. 928128 PE140 J. Dumbleton Sec. 928101 PE140 J. Dumbleton
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Different Strokes for Different Folks
interested in learning new strokes or just getting in shape with some low-impact water
aerobics? take a look at our wide-range of aquatics classes. we offer prenatal, parent & tot,
youth swim, and competitive edge classes in addition to many classes for adults such as adult
swim, Hydrotoning, swimnastics and deep water aerobics. not sure which youth swim or
adult swim class to take? Refer to individual class descriptions, which include a list of skills
to be learned. our friendly, experienced staff and safe, comfortable environment make our
classes fun for all ages and skill levels. please see below for important information:
» For youth classes (parent & tot, youth swim, competitive edge, etc.), please use child’s
information when registering and bring class confirmation/receipt to first class.
» waiver of liability agreement is required for all physical Fitness classes.
» Bring a swimsuit, towel, goggles and lock to class.
» class sizes are limited for quality instruction and feedback.
» during the spring/summer months, all aquatic classes will be held at stevenson High
school, located at 33500 w. six mile Road. evening and weekend classes will run the
usual 12-week schedule, and daytime classes will run a modified 6-week schedule.
detailed information including stevenson pool facts/photos, parking information and a
floor plan can be found at www.schoolcraft.edu/stevensonpool. additional information
can also be found on page 29 of this schedule.
Basic Swim for the Water Shy youth: Ages 5+ youth Swim Beginner: Ages 5+ youth Swim intermediate: Ages 5+
Register in the child’s name. Skills to be learned: Register in child’s name. Skills to be learned: tread Register in child’s name. Skills to be learned: tread
enter and exit the pool correctly; five relaxed bobs; water for thirty seconds; ten relaxed bobs; do unas- water for one minute; twenty relaxed bobs; do
blow bubbles into the water through the nose only, sisted front and back arrow, no arm/leg movement; tight, hand-over hand streamline on front and
and through the nose and mouth simultaneously; able to flip from a front float to a back float unas- back, no kicking; retrieve a ring from 4½ feet unas-
float on the front and back having all muscles sisted; proper freestyle flutter kick with flotation sisted; one half lap (25 yards) freestyle and back-
relaxed; float with head in the water, with correct device; body undulation for ten yards with flotation stroke with proper flutter kick and arm rotation,
mouth-nose and/or nasal exhalation; keep head up device; swim ten yards freestyle (whole stroke) and for the freestyle alternate breathing; one half
with synchronized movement of arms, hands and with any kind of breathing; proper backstroke lap (25 yards) breaststroke with proper kick and
legs; jump into shallow end from a sitting position kick with flotation device; elementary backstroke arm movement, breathing every stroke with cor-
or standing up; retrieve a ring from 1–2 feet with as a survival stroke with flotation device; retrieve rect timing; jump into the deep end off the side or
assistance; float and swim, with head up or down, a ring from 4½ feet with assistance to submerge the diving board, swim back to the ladder and climb
in the deep water with a flotation device. For the if needed; jump into the deep end with flotation out; perform standing dive into the deep end off
instructor to recommend a student move to the device. For the instructor to recommend a student the side or the diving board. For the instructor to
next level, these skills must be demonstrated. W move to the next level, these skills must be demon- recommend a student move to the next level, these
CES 9773 $105 strated. Prerequisite: Basic Swim for the Water Shy skills must be demonstrated. Prerequisite: Youth
12 weeks Sat May 5 10:30-11:30 am Youth: Ages 5+. W Swim Beginner: Ages 5+. W
Sec. 928501 Stevenson Pool A. McCullough CES 9705
CES 9704 $105 $105
12 weeks Tues May 8 5-6 pm 12 weeks Thurs May 3 5-6 pm 12 weeks Thurs May 3 5-6 pm
Sec. 928502 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach Sec. 928505 Stevenson Pool No class 5/17 B. Gould Sec. 928509 Stevenson Pool No class 5/17 C. Skinner
12 weeks Sat May 5 10:30-11:30 am 12 weeks Sat May 5 10:30-11:30 am
Sec. 928506 Stevenson Pool C. Skinner Sec. 928510 Stevenson Pool B. Schwaegerle
12 weeks Mon May 7 5-6 pm 12 weeks Mon May 7 5-6 pm
Aquatics classes Sec. 928503 Stevenson Pool C. Skinner Sec. 928507 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach
12 weeks Tues May 8 5-6 pm 12 weeks Tues May 8 5-6 pm
will be held at Sec. 928504 Stevenson Pool B. Gould Sec. 928508 Stevenson Pool C. Skinner
Stevenson High Sc
in Livonia, I have been taking the same Swimnastics I class for 20 years.
33500 W. Six Mile
Road. I am now 86 and am sure the class
See page 29 for
has contributed to my longevity.
I highly recommend it to seniors—it is a wonderful workout!
S. Kovacheff, Swimnastics I student
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youth Swim Advanced: Ages 5+ Competitive Edge intermediate: Ages 7+ Competitive Edge Advanced : Ages 7+
Register in child’s name. Skills to be learned: tread Register in child’s name. Skills to be learned: two Register in child’s name. Skills to be learned: four
water for two minutes; retrieve a ring from 9–12 laps (100 yards) using the freestyle and backstroke laps (200 yards) using the freestyle and backstroke
feet with feet first or a pike surface dive; one lap with proper body position, body rotation, cor- with proper body position, body rotation, cor-
(50 yards) freestyle and backstroke with proper rect kick and arm rotation; two laps (100 yards) rect kick and arm rotation; four laps (200 yards)
body position, body rotation, correct kick and breaststroke with proper kick, arms, and coordina- breaststroke with proper kick, arms, and coordina-
arm rotation; one lap (50 yards) breaststroke with tion, breathing every stroke; one-and-a-half laps tion, breathing every stroke; two laps (100 yards)
proper, arm movement and coordination, breath- (75 yards) using the butterfly with proper body butterfly stroke with proper body undulation, cor-
ing every stroke; one half lap (25 yards) butterfly undulation, correct arms and breathing every rect arms and breathing every other stroke; and
stroke with proper body undulation, correct arms other stroke; and one-and-a-half laps (75 yards) two laps (100 yards) elementary backstroke; and
and breathing every other stroke; one half lap elementary backstroke; and perform proper starts perform proper starts and flip-turns. Prerequisite:
elementary backstroke; jump off the diving board, and flip-turns. For the instructor to recommend a Competitive Edge Intermediate: Ages 7+. W
swim back to the wall, and climb without using the student move to the next level, these skills must CES 9657 $105
ladder; standing dive off the diving board. For the be demonstrated. Prerequisite: Competitive Edge 12 weeks Wed May 2 5-6 pm
instructor to recommend a student move to the Beginning: Ages 7+. W Sec. 928520 Stevenson Pool B. Gould
next level, these skills must be demonstrated. Pre- CES 9656 $105 12 weeks Fri May 25 4-5 pm
requisite: Youth Swim Intermediate: Ages 5+. W 12 weeks Wed May 2 5-6 pm Sec. 928521 Stevenson Pool No class 5/18 C. Skinner
CES 9706 $105 Sec. 928516 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach 12 weeks Sat May 5 11:30 am-12:30 pm
12 weeks Thurs May 3 5-6 pm 12 weeks Fri May 4 4-5 pm Sec. 928522 Stevenson Pool C. Skinner
Sec. 928512 Stevenson Pool No class 5/17 D. Rapach Sec. 928517 Stevenson Pool No class 5/18 D. Rapach
12 weeks Mon May 7 5-6 pm 12 weeks Sat May 5 11:30 am-12:30 pm
Sec. 928511 Stevenson Pool B. Gould Sec. 928519 Stevenson Pool B. Schwaegerle
Competitive Edge Beginner: Ages 7+
Register in child’s name. Skills to be learned: tread
water for five minutes; retrieve a ring in 9–12 feet
with pike surface dive; one-and-a-half laps (75 Family Swim
yards) using the freestyle and backstroke with
proper body position, body rotation, correct kick Prenatal Swim Parent & Preschool Swim: Ages 3 & 4
No doubt about it, exercise is a big plus for both Register in child’s name. The three and four year
and arm rotation; one-and-a-half laps (75 yards)
you and your baby! Swimming, an aerobic exercise, old child will learn the basic skills of kicking, arm
using the breaststroke with proper kicks, arms and
increases the ability of your pregnant body to process movement, blowing bubbles, floating and safety. All
coordination, breathing every other stroke; one
oxygen and use it. While burning calories, it makes participants should have some water experience.
lap (50 yards) using the butterfly with proper body
you feel better by improving circulation. It increases Parent water participation is required. W
undulation, correct arms and breathing every other
stroke; and one elementary backstroke lap (50 muscle tone preparing you and your body for birth. CES 9327 $85
yards); and perform proper starts and flip-turns. You’ll sleep better and feel less fatigued. Be sure to 12 weeks Thurs May 3 4-5 pm
For the instructor to recommend a student move to discuss your exercise plans with your doctor. W Sec. 928514 Stevenson Pool No class 5/17 C. Skinner
CES 9377 $85 12 weeks Thurs May 3 6-7 pm
the next level, these skills must be demonstrated. Sec. 928529 Stevenson Pool No class 5/17 B. Gould
12 weeks Mon May 7 8-9 pm
Prerequisite: Youth Swim Advanced: Ages 5+. W 12 weeks Sat May 5 9:30-10:30 am
Sec. 928701 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach
CES 9584 $105 Sec. 928531 Stevenson Pool C. Skinner
12 weeks Wed May 2 5-6 pm
Parent & Tot Swim: Ages 6 months–3 years 12 weeks Mon May 7 6-7 pm
Sec. 928513 Stevenson Pool A. McCullough
Register in child’s name. Develop in your young Sec. 928528 Stevenson Pool B. Gould
12 weeks Sat May 5 11:30 am-12:30 pm
child, 6 months through 3 years, a high comfort CES 9866 $55
Sec. 928515 Stevenson Pool A. McCullough
level in and around the water and a readiness to 6 weeks Fri June 22 11 am-12 pm
swim. Parent water participation is required. Chil- Sec. 938502 Stevenson Pool C. Skinner
dren must wear tight rubber pants over cloth dia-
pers, or swim pants. W Parent & Child Swim: Ages 5+
CES 9275 $85 Register in child’s name. The five+ year-old child
12 weeks Thurs May 3 6-7 pm will learn the basic skills of kicking, arm move-
Aquatics classes Sec. 928525 Stevenson Pool No class 5/17 D. Rapach ment, blowing bubbles, floating and safety. All
will be held at 12 weeks Sat May 5 9:30-10:30 am participants should have some water experience.
Stevenson High Sc Sec. 928527 Stevenson Pool A. McCullough Parent water participation is required. W
hool 12 weeks Mon May 7 6-7 pm CES 9363 $85
in Livonia, Sec. 928523 Stevenson Pool C. Skinner 12 weeks Sat May 5 9:30-10:30 am
33500 W. Six Mile 12 weeks Tues May 8 4-5 pm Sec. 928532 Stevenson Pool B. Schwaegerle
Road. Sec. 928518 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach 12 weeks Tues May 8 6-7 pm
See page 29 for 12 weeks Tues May 8 6-7 pm Sec. 928533 Stevenson Pool C. Skinner
more information. Sec. 928524 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach
CES 9403 $55
6 weeks Fri June 22 11 am-12 pm
Sec. 938501 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach
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Adult Swim intermediate Adult Swim Stroke & Technique Deep Water Aerobics i
Skills to be learned: tread water for two minutes; do a Deep water aerobics is an enjoyable way to slim
Basic Swim for the Water Shy Adult
standing dive off the diving board; retrieve an object down and shape up! Spend forty-five minutes using
Skills to be learned: tread water for thirty seconds;
in 9–12 feet of water, with feet first or pike surface the natural resistance of water to improve muscle
unassisted front and back arrow with no arm/leg
dive; one lap (50 yards) freestyle and backstroke with tone, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility. Twenty
movement; able to flip from front float to back float
proper body position, body rotation, correct kick and minutes is equivalent to two hours of walking on
unassisted; proper freestyle flutter kick with a flo-
arm rotation; one lap (50 yards) breaststroke with land, burning up to 480 calories per hour. You do
tation device; body undulation for ten yards with
proper kick and arm movement and coordination, not need to know how to swim, but must be com-
flotation device; swim ten yards freestyle with flota-
breathing every stroke; one half lap (25 yards) but- fortable in deep water. W
tion device; proper backstroke kick with flotation
terfly stroke with proper body undulation, correct CES 9347 $49/Senior Cost $24.50
device; elementary backstroke as a survival stroke
arms and breathing every other stroke; and perform 8 weeks Sat May 5 8:30-9:30 am
with flotation device; retrieve an object from 4½ feet
proper starts and flip-turns. For the instructor to Sec. 928733 Stevenson Pool K. Carzon
deep; jump into water from the side of the pool. For
recommend a student move to the next level, these CES 9343 $65/Senior Cost $32.50
the instructor to recommend a student move to the
skills must be demonstrated. Prerequisite: Beginning 12 weeks Thurs May 3 6-7 pm
next level, these skills must be demonstrated. W
Adult Swim & Stroke Technique. W Sec. 928726 Stevenson Pool No class 5/17 P. Gould
CES 9583 $85/Senior Cost $42.50
12 weeks Wed May 2 6-7 pm
CES 9410 $85/Senior Cost $42.50 12 weeks Thurs May 3 7-8 pm
12 weeks Wed May 2 6-7 pm Sec. 928727 Stevenson Pool No class 5/17 P. Gould
Sec. 928702 Stevenson Pool A. McCullough
Sec. 928706 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach 12 weeks Thurs May 3 8-9 pm
12 weeks Sat May 5 8:30-9:30 am
12 weeks Sat May 5 8:30-9:30 am Sec. 928712 Stevenson Pool P. Gould
Sec. 928703 Stevenson Pool C. Skinner
Sec. 928708 Stevenson Pool B. Schwaegerle 12 weeks Fri May 4 5-6 pm
12 weeks Tues May 8 7-8 pm
12 weeks Mon May 7 6-7 pm Sec. 928731 Stevenson Pool No class 5/18 D. Rapach
Sec. 928729 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach
Sec. 928711 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach 12 weeks Mon May 7 4-5 pm
Beginning Adult Swim Stroke & Technique Sec. 928714 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach
Skills to be learned: tread water for one minute;
Advanced Adult Swim Stroke & Technique 12 weeks Mon May 7 7-8 pm
Polish your swimming strokes and improve your Sec. 928715 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach
tight, hand over hand streamline on front and back,
endurance, resistance, strength and speed. Keep 12 weeks Tues May 8 6-7 pm
no kicking; one half lap (25 yards) freestyle and
your swimming skills competitive and learn the Sec. 928719 Stevenson Pool P. Gould
backstroke with proper flutter kick and arm rota-
most effective turns, starts, and finish techniques. 12 weeks Tues May 8 7-8 pm
tion, and alternate breathing with the freestyle; one
Show off the best swimming styles. Prerequisite: Sec. 928720 Stevenson Pool P. Gould
half lap (25 yards) breaststroke with proper kick
Intermediate Adult Swim Stroke & Technique. W 12 weeks Tues May 8 8-9 pm
and arm movement, breathing every stroke with
CES 9658 $85/Senior Cost $42.50 Sec. 928721 Stevenson Pool P. Gould
correct timing; jump off the diving board, swim
back to the wall and climb out using the ladder;
12 weeks Fri May 4 5-6 pm CES 9872 $39/Senior Cost $19.50
Sec. 928716 Stevenson Pool No class 5/18 C. Skinner 6 weeks Mon June 18 7-8 am
standing dive off the diving board. For the instruc-
Sec. 938731 Stevenson Pool P. Gould
tor to recommend a student move to the next level, Aerobic Swim 6 weeks Mon June 18 8-9 am
these skills must be demonstrated. Prerequisite:
Basic Swim for the Water Shy Adult; or the ability
Aquafit interval Training Sec. 938721 Stevenson Pool M. Schweitzer
Work off unwanted pounds while improving your 6 weeks Mon June 18 9-10 am
to float; or some deep water familiarity. W Sec. 938722 Stevenson Pool M. Schweitzer
flexibility, range of motion, upper-body strength,
CES 9408 $85/Senior Cost $42.50
12 weeks Wed May 2 6-7 pm
and endurance. In shallow water using various class 6 weeks Tues June 19 6-7 am
formats, tone your entire body using provided noo- Sec. 938730 Stevenson Pool P. Gould
Sec. 928704 Stevenson Pool B. Gould
dles, kickboard, fins and barbells. All fitness levels 6 weeks Tues June 19 3-4 pm
12 weeks Thurs May 3 7-8 pm
welcome. You do not need to know how to swim to Sec. 938723 Stevenson Pool D. Dallas
Sec. 928707 Stevenson Pool No class 5/17 D. Rapach
12 weeks Sat May 5 8:30-9:30 am take part in this class. W 6 weeks Wed June 20 7-8 am
Make up for July 4 will be Mon 7/30 7-8 am
Sec. 928705 Stevenson Pool A. McCullough CES 9709 $65/Senior Cost $32.50
Sec. 938732 Stevenson Pool P. Gould
12 weeks Thurs May 3 8-9 pm
Sec. 928713 Stevenson Pool No class 5/17 K. Carzon 6 weeks Wed June 20 1-2 pm
Make up for July 4 will be Mon 7/30 1-2 pm
12 weeks Mon May 7 7-8 pm
Sec. 938724 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach
Sec. 928710 Stevenson Pool K. Carzon
6 weeks Wed June 20 2-3 pm
Basic Swim & Exercise Make up for July 4 will be Mon 7/30 2-3 pm
will be held at Learn to relax and enjoy the water with stretching Sec. 938725 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach
6 weeks Thurs June 21 6-7 am
Stevenson High Sc and flexibility exercises to music. Learn basic swim-
hool ming and/or improve skills. Lap swimming for the Sec. 938734 Stevenson Pool P. Gould
in Livonia, more experienced. W 6 weeks Thurs June 21 3-4 pm
33500 W. Six Mile CES 9867
Sec. 938726 Stevenson Pool D. Dallas
Road. $85/Senior Cost $42.50
6 weeks Fri June 22 7-8 am
6 weeks Mon & Wed June 18 10-11 am
See page 29 for Sec. 938733 Stevenson Pool P. Gould
Sec. 938709 Stevenson Pool A. McCullough
more information. 6 weeks Mon & Wed June 18 12 pm-1 pm
6 weeks Fri June 22 1-2 pm
Sec. 938727 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach
Sec. 938718 Stevenson Pool A. McCullough
6 weeks Fri June 22 2-3 pm
Sec. 938728 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach
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Aquatics classes Physical Fitness
Deep Water Aerobics ii will be held at Swing Dance
Enjoy a challenging class format, which includes Stevenson High Sc Put your jitters to good use! Swing back in time and
a thermal warm-up, stretching, aerobic walking, hool learn dances including the Half-time, Jitterbug,
toning and final stretching. Discover increased in Livonia, and Syncopated-Triples. Learn the steps and styles
cardiovascular fitness, muscle tone, flexibility and 33500 W. Six Mile of yesterday-today! Couples and singles are wel-
relaxation. Prerequisite: Deep Water Aerobics I. W See page 29 for come. Prices are per person. W
CES 9456 $65/Senior Cost $32.50 CES 9461 $75/Senior Cost $37.50
12 weeks Wed May 2 6:30-7:30 pm more information. 6 weeks Wed May 9 8-10 pm
Sec. 928734 Stevenson Pool P. Gould Sec. 928009 PE Main Gym N. Nader
Hydro-toning Swimnastics ii East Coast Swing & American Tango
Enjoy an aquatic workout that utilizes the natural In this fun and comfortable atmosphere learn the
If you would like a more vigorous swimnastics pro-
resistance of water. Begin with deep water running East Coast Swing—also known as the Jitterbug,
gram and can easily swim at least four lengths of
for 25 minutes, then move to the shallow end and use the original “sock-hop” swing dance from the
the pool, Swimnastics II is for you! Enjoy rhythmic,
resistance weights on your arms and legs. This aquatic 50s—and the American Tango, a medium-tempo
aerobic exercises improving your circulation, flex-
activity is equivalent to a Nautilus workout. To take tango variety. Increase your confidence on the
ibility and endurance. W
this class you must be a deep-water swimmer. W dance floor and live the adage ’variety is definitely
CES 9865 $65/Senior Cost $32.50
CES 9493 $65/Senior Cost $32.50
6 weeks Mon & Wed June 18 2-3 pm
the spice of life’! Couples and singles welcome.
12 weeks Wed May 2 4-5 pm
Sec. 938706 Stevenson Pool A. McCullough Prices are per person. W
Sec. 928739 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach CES 9784 $75/Senior Cost $37.50
6 weeks Tues & Thur June 19 8-9 am
6 weeks Tues & Thur June 19 1-2 pm 8 weeks Sun May 13 6:30-8 pm
Sec. 938707 Stevenson Pool Staff
Sec. 938710 Stevenson Pool D. Dallas Sec. 928004 PE Main Gym T. Babenko
6 weeks Tues & Thur June 19 10-11 am
6 weeks Wed & Fri June 20 6-7 am
Sec. 938708 Stevenson Pool Staff
Make up for July 4 will be Mon 7/30 6-7 am Latin “Salsa” Dance i
Sec. 938714 Stevenson Pool P. Gould
Pool yoga Don’t just sit there, get up and join the fun! Latin
6 weeks Wed & Fri June 20 8-9 am Pool Yoga is a modern adaptation of yoga. Using music and dance is the latest craze. Learn the basic
Make up for July 4 will be Mon 7/30 8-9 am
the same poses as traditional yoga with minor techniques and special moves for Salsa, Mambo,
Sec. 938711 Stevenson Pool D. Dallas
modifications, the pool experience provides the Rumba, Cha-Cha and Merengue. No experience
CES 9580 $39/Senior Cost $19.50 perfect amount of resistance, yet allows you to be necessary. Wear hard-soled shoes. Couples and
6 weeks Mon June 18 6-7 am
flexible as most poses require, relaxing the muscles singles are welcome. Prices are per person. W
Sec. 938715 Stevenson Pool P. Gould CES 9506 $75/Senior Cost $37.50
while supporting your weight. All yoga levels wel-
6 weeks Tues June 19 7-8 am 6 weeks Sun May 13 4:10-6:10 pm
come. No swimming experience needed. The head
Sec. 938716 Stevenson Pool P. Gould Sec. 928013 PE140 N. Nader
will not be submerged. W
6 weeks Thurs June 21 7-8 am CES 9495 $85/Senior Cost $42.50
Sec. 938717 Stevenson Pool P. Gould
CES 9849 $85/Senior Cost $42.50
12 weeks Fri May 4 6-7 pm 12 weeks Fri May 11 6:45-8:05 pm
6 weeks Fri June 22 3-4 pm Sec. 928002 PE140 J. Gomez
Sec. 928732 Stevenson Pool No class 5/18 L. Herman
Sec. 938713 Stevenson Pool D. Rapach
Latin “Salsa” Dance ii
Swimnastics i DAnCE Feel comfortable with the basics of Latin “Salsa”
You don’t need to be a swimmer to benefit from Social Ballroom Dance i I? If you’re ready for the next level challenge
this class. Progressive exercises and rhythmic If you’ve always wanted to learn how to ballroom yourself with Latin “Salsa” Dance II. Enjoy doing
activities in the water are designed to improve flex- dance, this is the place to start. Have fun learning intermediate Salsa, Rumba and Cha-Cha. Focus on
ibility, circulation, and relaxation. Basic swimming the basic technique of the Waltz, Fox Trot, Cha- developing stronger technique and styling. Learn
skills will be taught as needed. W Cha, Swing, Rumba, Samba, Tango, Merengue or and master harder steps and combinations. Wear
CES 9445 $65/Senior Cost $32.50 Polka. Couples and singles are welcome. Prices are hard-soled shoes. Couples and singles are welcome.
6 weeks Mon & Wed June 18 1-2 pm per person. W Prices are per person. Prerequisite: Latin “Salsa”
Sec. 938701 Stevenson Pool A. McCullough Dance I or previous experience. W
CES 9381 $75/Senior Cost $37.50
6 weeks Tues & Thur June 19 9-10 am 6 weeks Tues May 8 8-10 pm CES 9762 $75/Senior Cost $37.50
Sec. 938702 Stevenson Pool Staff Sec. 928001 PE140 N. Nader 12 weeks Fri May 11 5:45-6:45 pm
6 weeks Tues & Thur June 19 11 am-12 pm 6 weeks Sun May 13 2-4 pm Sec. 928008 PE140 J. Gomez
Sec. 938703 Stevenson Pool Staff Sec. 928015 PE140 N. Nader
6 weeks Tues & Thur June 19 12 pm-1 pm Latin “Salsa” Dance iii
Sec. 938719 Stevenson Pool D. Dallas Wedding Dance Preparation Take the next step…in Latin Salsa Dance. With the
6 weeks Tues & Thur June 19 2-3 pm Perform your first dance of married life with pride, emphasis on social salsa, focus on making your
Sec. 938704 Stevenson Pool D. Dallas confidence, while having fun! Learn how to comple- movements flow with your partner. Learn styling
6 weeks Wed & Fri June 20 9-10 am ment your partner, use correct social manners, and Cuban motion with more complex moves that
Make up for July 4 will be Mon 7/30 9-10 am improve your balance and move with the beat of will help you become a more confident dancer.
Sec. 938705 Stevenson Pool D. Dallas the music. Don’t forget to bring a copy of your Wear hard-soled shoes. Couples and singles are
CES 9626 $39/Senior Cost $19.50 favorite song. No tennis shoes for safety reasons. welcome. Prices are per person. Prerequisite: Latin
6 weeks Fri June 22 10-11 am Prices are per person. W “Salsa” Dance II or previous experience. W
Sec. 938712 Stevenson Pool C. Skinner
CES 9503 $75/Senior Cost $37.50 CES 9831 $75/Senior Cost $37.50
6 weeks Fri June 22 12 pm-1 pm 6 weeks Sun May 13 11:50 am-1:50 pm 12 weeks Fri May 11 8:05-9:05 pm
Sec. 938720 Stevenson Pool C. Skinner Sec. 928016 PE140 N. Nader Sec. 928014 PE140 J. Gomez
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Waltz & Rumba TEnnIS
Learn two fun and exciting partner dances—the
Adult Tennis Young Players Tennis Camp: Ages 6–10
Waltz and Rumba. In the first half of the course
This instructional tennis class teaches basic techni- Enjoy this up-tempo tennis camp for young play-
learn the Waltz, considered to be the mother of
cal theory of stroke production, scoring, rules, and ers, ages 6–10, of all skill levels. Take part in drills
present day dances. In the second half learn the
basic match play. Expect moderate physical activity and fun games designed to enhance the learning of
Rumba, a slow romantic dance sometimes referred
to as the “Dance of Love” due to the way couples designed for all physical abilities. W developmental skills, rules, etiquette, scoring and
CES 9850 $119/Senior Cost $59.50 tennis strategy. W
stare into each other’s eyes while dancing. Prices
4 weeks Tues June 19 7-8:30 pm CES 9820 $109
are per person. W
Sec. 938629 Tennis Courts R. Kynast 1 week MTWR June 25 1:30-3:30 pm
CES 9781 $90/Senior Cost $45
Sec. 928602 Tennis Courts R. Kynast
4 weeks Tues July 17 7-8:30 pm
8 weeks Sun May 13 5-6:30 pm
Sec. 938630 Tennis Courts R. Kynast 1 week MTWR July 9 1:30-3:30 pm
Sec. 928005 PE Main Gym T. Babenko
Sec. 938620 Tennis Courts R. Kynast
Adult Instructional Tennis League: Level 3.0
Lunchtime Line Dance: One Plus 1 week MTWR July 16 1:30-3:30 pm
See the benefits of combining instruction and Sec. 938622 Tennis Courts R. Kynast
Completed Lunchtime Line Dance I? Not quite
match play. The first hour do instructional drilling 1 week MTWR July 23 1:30-3:30 pm
ready for Lunchtime Line Dance II? Dance your way
at a high intensity pace. The second hour, partici- Sec. 938624 Tennis Courts R. Kynast
into Lunchtime Line Dance: One Plus! Featured
pate in supervised match play for fun and recre-
dances are, Mack the Knife, Diamond Waltz and Fly Junior Tennis Camp: Ages 10–18
ation. Enjoy a fun, physical tennis workout. W
Me to the Moon. W Players, ages 10–18, who know the basics of the
CES 9793 $199/Senior Cost $99.50
CES 9686 $90/Senior Cost $45 game, will improve their skills through instructional
8 weeks Wed June 20 7-9 pm
12 weeks Thurs May 10 12 pm-1 pm
Sec. 938621 Tennis Courts R. Kynast drilling, conditioning, match play and competitive
Sec. 928010 PE140 Staff
games. Players of all skill levels are welcome. W
NEW Youth Tennis Beginner: Ages 10–18 CES 9775
Lunchtime Line Dance II $129
Serve up some fun! Start playing tennis with sound 1 week MTWR June 18 3:30-6:30 pm
Are you ready for a new lunchtime challenge? Take
instruction and advice geared for the beginner. This Sec. 928603 Tennis Courts R. Kynast
your afternoons to new heights and learn the latest
instructional tennis class teaches basic technical 1 week MTWR June 25 3:30-6:30 pm
Line Dances featuring: Blame it on the Bossa Nova,
theory of stroke production, scoring, rules, eti- Sec. 928605 Tennis Courts R. Kynast
Rio, and Tina’s Waltz. Count on great fun, a good
quette and basic match play. Expect moderate phys- 1 week MTWR July 9 3:30-6:30 pm
workout and meeting new people. Prerequisite: Lunch-
ical activity designed for all physical abilities. W Sec. 938634 Tennis Courts R. Kynast
time Line Dance I or some previous experience. W
CES 9871 $65 1 week MTWR July 16 3:30-6:30 pm
CES 9638 $90/Senior Cost $45
1 week MTWR June 25 12:30-1:30 pm Sec. 938631 Tennis Courts R. Kynast
12 weeks Tues May 8 12 pm-1 pm
Sec. 928604 Tennis Courts R. Kynast 1 week MTWR July 23 3:30-6:30 pm
Sec. 928003 PE140 Staff
1 week MTWR July 9 12:30-1:30 pm Sec. 938632 Tennis Courts R. Kynast
Sec. 938626 Tennis Courts R. Kynast 1 week MTWR July 30 3:30-6:30 pm
1 week MTWR July 16 12:30-1:30 pm Sec. 938633 Tennis Courts R. Kynast
PE140 students Sec. 938627 Tennis Courts R. Kynast
will need to use 1 week MTWR July 23 12:30-1:30 pm Three Week Junior Tennis Camp: Ages 10–18
Sec. 938628 Tennis Courts R. Kynast Enjoy this three week version of the Junior Tennis
the PE Building’
s Camp for ages 10–18. Tennis skills will improve
EAST Entrance. doing instructional drilling, conditioning, match
See page 39 for Schoolcraft’s summer play and competitive point play. Players of all skill
junior tennis tournament schedule. levels are welcome. W
CES 9679 $299
3 weeks MTWR June 18 3:30-6:30 pm
Sec. 928601 Tennis Courts R. Kynast
3 weeks MTWR July 16 3:30-6:30 pm
Sec. 938623 Tennis Courts R. Kynast
« Meet instructor Rich Kynast NEW Last Chance Tennis Boot Camp:
rich Kynast is a united states Professional tennis Ace the High School Try-Out!
Association (usPtA) certified teaching professional, a Tennis try-outs are soon. You need to do all you
former top ten player in the southeastern Michigan tennis can to impress the coach. Take part in this intense
Association and a three-year varsity letter winner for program designed to help the high school tennis
Michigan state university. He has been teaching players age player excel during tryouts. Do drills, match
of all ages and experience levels for more than twenty years play and conditioning while working on improving
and also runs his own summer tennis academy. For the past technical stroke development. W
18 years, rich also coached the boys and girls Varsity teams at CES 9869 $99
Milford High school, and is currently employed as the Assistant 2 days Mon & Tues Aug 6 9 am-12 pm
Pro at the Livonia Family YMcA. rich is incredibly professional Sec. 938625 Tennis Courts R. Kynast
and personable; everyone will appreciate his teaching style while
learning to enjoy the game of tennis.
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FEnCinG Flowing yoga i Precision yoga i—The iyengar Way
In this beginning class you’ll enjoy a moving Precision Yoga practices precise alignment to avoid
Fencing i sequence of Hatha Yoga poses for flexibility, injury and maximize inner and outer balance.
Fencing is one of only four sports that have been on strength and relaxation. You will learn the 12 part Learn basic yoga postures and breathing techniques
every modern Olympic program since 1896. Gain Sun Salutes in addition to several more yoga poses to build strength and peace of mind following the
a basic understanding of the sport of fencing—the supported by yoga breathing. Leave with your body methods of B.K.S. Iyengar. If needed, props will
art of sport swordplay—in an enjoyable and relaxed and mind refreshed and relaxed. Please bring a be used to help you get into poses. Please bring a
atmosphere. Learn basic fencing positions, move- sticky mat and pillow to class. W sticky mat and pillow to class. W
ments, and principles. Equipment is provided. You CES 9218 $109/Senior Cost $54.50 CES 9585 $109/Senior Cost $54.50
must be 11 years of age or older to register. W 12 weeks Mon May 7 5:30-6:50 pm 12 weeks Wed May 9 11 am-12:20 pm
CES 9180 $89/Senior Cost $44.50 Sec. 928903 Off Campus Medical Center D. Kause Sec. 928904 Off Campus Medical Center D. Siegel-DiVita, RYT
8 weeks Fri May 11 6:10-8:10 pm 12 weeks Mon May 7 7:10-8:30 pm
Sec. 927901 PE Main Gym D. McLaren Sec. 928916 Off Campus Medical Center S. Hembrough yoga to Renew & Restore
12 weeks Tues May 8 5:30-6:50 pm Yoga is about honoring your own body. In this prac-
Fencing ii Sec. 928906 Off Campus Medical Center K. Farkas tice learn breathing techniques to help relax the
Build your knowledge of the sport and improve mind. Move into a slow flowing sequence to help
12 weeks Thurs May 10 11:15 am-12:35 pm
your fencing technique. Learn new movement and Sec. 928905 Off Campus Medical Center D. Kause energize the body. Go into restorative poses, also
strategies necessary for bout fencing. Equipment called active relaxation, which will bring balance to
is provided. You must be 11 years of age or older to Flowing yoga ii your life and help you journey into a place of deep
register. Prerequisite: CES 9180 Fencing I. W Build on the stamina you developed in Flowing Yoga contentment, heal your body and calm your mind.
CES 9181 $89/Senior Cost $44.50 I. Review the 12 part Sun Salutes, and then learn Beginning and continuing students are welcome.
8 weeks Fri May 11 8:10-10:10 pm the 16 part and 24 part Sun Salutes increasing your Please bring a sticky mat and pillow to class. W
Sec. 927902 PE Main Gym D. McLaren breath capacity, body flexibility and strength. Enjoy CES 9540 $109/Senior Cost $54.50
more challenging poses and a variety of yoga breath- 12 weeks Wed May 9 7-8:20 pm
yOGA ing exercises. Please bring a sticky mat and pillow to Sec. 928907 Off Campus Medical Center J. Jeffery
yoga for the Face, neck & Shoulders class. Prerequisite: at least one year of Flowing Yoga
Neck and shoulders retain tension and physical I or at least one year of yoga training. W Fluid yoga
strain leading to stiffness, tension headaches and CES 9541 $109/Senior Cost $54.50 Recommended for Schoolcraft Flowing Yoga II and
possible injuries. The face can express stress dis- 12 weeks Mon May 7 11:15 am-12:35 pm Flowing Yoga III students only. Fluid Yoga is an
rupting our body’s balance resulting in wrinkles Sec. 928917 Off Campus Medical Center K. Farkas energizing sequence of Hatha Yoga poses for flex-
and a fatigued appearance. Using traditional yoga 12 weeks Tues May 8 7:10-8:30 pm ibility and strength. This flow will rejuvenate, melt
poses and other methods, we will target the neck, Sec. 928909 Off Campus Medical Center K. Farkas tension, and create well-being and physical and
shoulders and face, strengthening muscles, increas- 12 weeks Thurs May 10 5:30-6:50 pm mental ease. After the yoga poses are completed,
ing flexibility and circulation and easing tension
Sec. 928910 Off Campus Medical Center K. Farkas there will be 20–25 minutes of delicious relaxation.
resulting in a toned and more youthful appearance. Please bring a sticky mat and pillow to class. W
Flowing yoga iii CES 9639 $48
Please bring a sticky mat and a firm blanket. W Expect to do more advanced poses, including chal- 4 weeks Tues July 31 7-8:30 pm
CES 9813 $109/Senior Cost $54.50 lenging balances, wheel, headstand, etc. Learn the Sec. 938932 Off Campus Medical Center K. Farkas
12 weeks Thurs May 10 9:30-10:50 am
Power Yoga Sun Salutes for an energizing, athletic, 4 weeks Thurs Aug 2 7-8:30 pm
Sec. 928908 Off Campus Medical Center D. Kause
tension melting experience! Please bring a sticky mat Sec. 938931 Off Campus Medical Center K. Farkas
“Easy Does it” Hatha yoga and pillow to class. Prerequisite: at least one year of 4 weeks Mon Aug 6 9:30-11 am
Hatha Yoga is a time-proven fitness system which is Flowing Yoga II or approval of the instructor. W Sec. 938933 Off Campus Medical Center K. Farkas
gentle, but effective, promoting flexibility, balance, CES 9350 $109/Senior Cost $54.50
strength, and wonderful posture. Yoga teaches 12 weeks
Mon May 7
Off Campus Medical Center
breathing, stretching and relaxation. This course Beginning Tai Chi
12 weeks Thurs May 10 7:10-8:30 pm
will be gentle, slow and calm. It is for those who Tai Chi is a series of gentle turning and stretching
Sec. 928912 Off Campus Medical Center K. Farkas
want to be supple and ageless. Please bring a sticky exercises that aid in relaxation and stress reduction
mat and pillow to class. W Light Weights with a Little yoga and improvement of flexibility, circulation, balance,
CES 9543 $109/Senior Cost $54.50 Begin your fitness adventure doing yoga stretches muscle control and strength. This beginning course
12 weeks Mon May 7 1:10-2:30 pm to warm your neck, shoulders, arms, back and legs. introduces the fundamentals of the 108 moves in
Sec. 928901 Off Campus Medical Center K. Farkas the Taoist Tai Chi set. Wear loose clothing and com-
Next, safely and comfortably work with one to ten
12 weeks Wed May 9 1:10-2:30 pm fortable shoes. W
pound weights increasing your strength, stamina
Sec. 928902 Off Campus Medical Center D. Kause
and bone density. Learn to comfortably lift weights CES 9552 $65/Senior Cost $32.50
from sitting, standing, and lying positions feeling 8 weeks Tues May 8 7-8:15 pm
totally in control. Enjoy a relaxing cool-down feeling Sec. 928801 PE Main Gym MI Tai Chi Association
Looking for a new Yoga experience? rejuvenated and stronger in both mind and body!
Try Pool Yoga. See page 35. Please bring a sticky mat and pillow to class. W
CES 9573 $109/Senior Cost $54.50
12 weeks Wed May 9 9:30-10:50 am
Sec. 928913 Off Campus Medical Center D. Siegel-DiVita, RYT
12 weeks Fri May 11 9:30-10:50 am
Sec. 928914 Off Campus Medical Center D. Siegel-DiVita, RYT
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The following programs are all unstructured activities for both independent and group enjoyment.
Registrations received before April 2 will not be processed until that date.
How to register for Handball, Paddleball, Racquetball or Walleyball:
1. Choose the activity you want to play: CESN 0001 Handball/Paddleball,
CESN0012 Racquetball, or CESN 0010 Walleyball.
2. Choose the time you want to play indicated by section number. Non-in
3. Choose one person to register your team. One registration per team per session is required. structi
If registering for more than one court for the same session, you will need to fill out a separate activit
registration form using a different player’s information. will NO es
4. Register by Web, mail or in person using the form on page 41. T meet
5. Come to play on the date and time you chose. May 26
6. Check in with the Building Supervisor on duty for your assigned court. Note the maximum and Ju
number of players per team/activity: Handball/Paddleball, 4; Racquetball, 3; Walleyball, 10. ly 4.
You may have more than the maximum number of players rotate in/out of the court during a 1.5
hour session, but no more than the maximum is allowed on a court at one time. In addition, a
$5.00 charge per player will be paid to the building supervisor for each 1.5 hour session if you fall
into one of the following categories: a. a non-team player OR b. any team player(s) that wants a
vacant/additional court (if available).
Racquetball: non-instructional Activity Handball/Paddleball: non-instructional Activity
This is an unstructured activity period for adults. Rac- This is an unstructured activity period for adults. Pad-
quets, balls and lockers are furnished. Participants 8 weeks Wed May 9-June 27 4:45-6:15 pm dles, balls and lockers are furnished. Participants must
must supply their own locks and towels. Racquetball Sec. 620027 PEHBC supply their own locks and towels. Handball and pad-
teams may have a maximum of 3 players. One person 8 weeks Wed May 9-June 27 6:20-7:50 pm dleball teams may have a maximum of 4 players. One
per team per session must register. Each team will be Sec. 620028 PEHBC person per team per session must register. Each team
assigned to one court. Enrollment is limited. 8 weeks Wed May 9-June 27 7:55-9:25 pm will be assigned to one court. Enrollment is limited.
CESn 0012 $120 Sec. 620029 PEHBC CESn 0001 $160
8 weeks Mon May 7–July 2 4:45-6:15 pm 8 weeks Thurs May 10-June 28 6-7:30 am 8 weeks Mon May 7-July 2 4:45-6:15 pm
Sec. 620019 PEHBC Sec. 620030 PEHBC Sec. 620001 PEHBC
8 weeks Mon May 7–July 2 6:20-7:50 pm 8 weeks Thurs May 10-June 28 4:45-6:15 pm 8 weeks Mon May 7-July 2 6:20-7:50 pm
Sec. 620020 PEHBC Sec. 620031 PEHBC Sec. 620002 PEHBC
8 weeks Mon May 7–July 2 7:55-9:25 pm 8 weeks Thurs May 10-June 28 6:20-7:50 pm 8 weeks Mon May 7-July 2 7:55-9:25 pm
Sec. 620021 PEHBC Sec. 620032 PEHBC Sec. 620003 PEHBC
8 weeks Tues May 7–July 2 6-7:30 am 8 weeks Thurs May 10-June 28 7:55-9:25 pm 8 weeks Tues May 8-June 26 4:45-6:15 pm
Sec. 620022 PEHBC Sec. 620033 PEHBC Sec. 620005 PEHBC
8 weeks Tues May 8-June 26 4:45-6:15 pm 8 weeks Fri May 11-June 29 4:45-6:15 pm 8 weeks Tues May 8-June 26 6:20-7:50 pm
Sec. 620023 PEHBC Sec. 620034 PEHBC Sec. 620006 PEHBC
8 weeks Tues May 8-June 26 6:20-7:50 pm 8 weeks Fri May 11-June 29 6:20-7:50 pm 8 weeks Tues May 8-June 26 7:55-9:25 pm
Sec. 620024 PEHBC Sec. 620035 PEHBC Sec. 620007 PEHBC
8 weeks Tues May 8-June 26 7:55-9:25 pm 8 weeks Fri May 11-June 29 7:55-9:25 pm 8 weeks Wed May 9-June 27 4:45-6:15 pm
Sec. 620025 PEHBC Sec. 620036 PEHBC Sec. 620009 PEHBC
8 weeks Wed May 9-June 27 6:20-7:50 pm
Sec. 620010 PEHBC
8 weeks Wed May 9-June 27 7:55-9:25 pm
Sec. 620011 PEHBC
8 weeks Thurs May 10-June 28 4:45-6:15 pm
Sec. 620013 PEHBC
8 weeks Thurs May 10-June 28 6:20-7:50 pm
Sec. 620014 PEHBC
8 weeks Thurs May 10-June 28 7:55-9:25 pm
Sec. 620015 PEHBC
8 weeks Fri May 11-June 29 4:45-6:15 pm
Sec. 620016 PEHBC
8 weeks Fri May 11-June 29 6:20-7:50 pm
Sec. 620017 PEHBC
8 weeks Fri May 11-June 29 7:55-9:25 pm
Sec. 620018 PEHBC
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Walleyball: non-instructional Activity Fencing Club: non-instructional Activity
This is an unstructured activity period for adults. This unstructured activity period is for those who
Balls and lockers are furnished. Participants must have taken beginning through advanced fencing and
supply their own locks and towels. Walleyball is would like an opportunity to practice their skills.
scheduled for a maximum of 10 players per court. CESn 0004 $40
One person per team per session must register. 8 weeks Fri May 11-June 29 7-9 pm
Each team will be assigned to one court. Enroll- Sec. 620101 PE Main Gym onal
ment is limited.
Synchronized Swim Club: ies
CESn 0010 $240 will NO
8 weeks Mon May 7-July 2 4:45-6:15 pm non-instructional Activity T meet
Sec. 621001 PEHBC This club is for adults with synchronized swimming May 26
8 weeks Mon May 7-July 2 6:20-7:50 pm experience who would like an opportunity to prac- –28
Sec. 621003 PEHBC tice their skills. ly 4.
8 weeks Mon May 7-July 2 7:55-9:25 pm CESn 0003 $90
Sec. 621004 PEHBC 12 weeks Wed May 2-Ju1 25 7:30-9 pm
8 weeks Tues May 8-June 26 4:45-6:15 pm Sec. 620201 Stevenson Pool
Sec. 621009 PEHBC
8 weeks Tues May 8-June 26 6:20-7:50 pm
Sec. 621010 PEHBC
8 weeks Tues May 8-June 26 7:55-9:25 pm
tHuRsday Gym and satuRday Gym & couRts
Sec. 621012 PEHBC
8 weeks Wed May 9-June 27 4:45-6:15 pm
Sec. 621014 PEHBC
8 weeks Wed May 9-June 27 6:20-7:50 pm Registration is not necessary for Thursday Gym and Saturday Gym & Courts.
Sec. 621016 PEHBC
8 weeks Wed May 9-June 27 7:55-9:25 pm no session Saturday, May 26.
Sec. 621017 PEHBC
8 weeks Thurs May 10-June 28 4:45-6:15 pm Thursday Gym Saturday Courts
Sec. 621022 PEHBC Thursdays, May 10–June 28 Saturdays, May 12–June 30
8 weeks Thurs May 10-June 28 6:20-7:50 pm This program is for adults to use the Main Gym on This program is for adults. Racquetball, Handball,
Sec. 621024 PEHBC Thursdays from 7–9:30 pm. Visitors may attend on Paddleball, Walleyball courts are available for one-
8 weeks Thurs May 10-June 28 7:55-9:25 pm a per visit basis for $5.00, payable at the door. hour periods from 7–11 am, on a walk-in basis only.
Sec. 621025 PEHBC Court time starts on the hour. Cost is $5.00 per
Saturday Gym person. Nets for Walleyball are provided; all other
8 weeks Fri May 11-June 29 4:45-6:15 pm
Sec. 621026 PEHBC
Saturdays, May 12–June 30 equipment must be supplied by the individual.
This program is for adults to use the Main Gym
8 weeks Fri May 11-June 29 6:20-7:50 pm
Sec. 621028 PEHBC
on Saturdays from 7–11 am. Visitors may attend
8 weeks Fri May 11-June 29 7:55-9:25 pm
on a per visit basis, $5.00 payable at the door.
Sec. 621030 PEHBC
scHoolcRaFt colleGe 2012 JunioR tennis touRnaments
whether you are looking to earn a national ranking or sharpen your playing skills we have a tournament for you.
the usta sanctions thousands of local tournaments each year in all age divisions and ntRp levels.
please note, these are non-instructional.
touRnament name touRnament id dates deadline
Qualifier tune up 855706212 may 11–13 may 7
spring open 855706412 June 15–17 June 11
summer open 855706312 July 13–15 July 9
Junior classic 855706712 July 27–29 July 23
end of summer 855706912 august 17–19 august 13
to register for these tournaments, go to www.usta.com/tennislink and enter the tournament id number.
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ReGistRation dates and instRuctions
Registration begins Monday, April 2 will be
for the losed
Online registration is strongly recommended—you will be enrolled holiday
May 28 s
immediately depending on class availability. We are not able to
take registration or payment information over the phone. mail-in schoolcraft college July 4
Register as soon as possible to ensure your place in class!
18600 Haggerty Rd.
Class sizes are limited to ensure the highest quality instruction.
livonia, mi 48152-2696
Our classes are designed for the adult learner. Unless otherwise noted, all
classes are intended for students aged 18 and older. For more information, You also may use the drop box located in front of the McDowell Center in
please refer to our Web site at www.schoolcraft.edu/cepd. Livonia. Include payment or sign the registration form if you are paying
by credit card. Please note: Processing of mail-in registrations begins at
8 am on the first day of registration; registrations are manually entered in
online https://webadvisor.schoolcraft.edu the order they were received. Early receipt of mail-in registrations does not
Begins 8 am, monday, april 2 guarantee placement in the desired classes(es). If you are registering for a
no registration may 28 and July 4 class that fills quickly, mail-in registration is not recommended.
Hours: monday–saturday, 2 am–11 pm; mail-in registration continues until one week before the class meets.
sunday, 2 am–9 pm Your registration form and payment should be received at least one
online registration continues until the day before the first class meets. week before the class start date. Complete the registration form on
Go online to search and register for classes. A credit card is required when page 41. Your receipt and class confirmation will be mailed to you. If
registering for Continuing Education via the Web. Please have your pay- you do not receive your class confirmation within one week, please call
ment information at hand. If you prefer to pay with cash or check, you may 734-462-4448 to verify your enrollment.
use the in-person registration process. If you need assistance with regis-
tering via the Web, please contact our Admissions & Enrollment Center at walK-in monday–thursday, 8 am–6 pm; Friday 8 am–4:30 pm
734-462-4426 before attempting to proceed with your registration. no registration may 28 and July 4
instructions for how to log in and register are available on the online
Extended hours May 14–25 and July 2–12
registration page. if you are registering for the first time, use the
monday–thursday, 8 am–7 pm; Friday 8 am–4:30 pm
continuing education link on the left to register for classes without
logging in. Returning students must log in first and then register to prevent Bring your completed registration form to the McDowell
creating more than one record for you in our system. duplicate records Center, Livonia campus. Class fees must be paid in full. The college accepts
may cause issues with payments and your registration records. cash, checks, money orders, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and debit cards.
Most classes are not scheduled on the following days: Check Policy
» Memorial Weekend: May 26–28 • Make checks payable to Schoolcraft College.
• Postdated checks are not accepted.
» independence Holiday: July 4
• If your check is returned because of insufficient funds in your account,
Classes/activities that will meet are noted in the schedule. we may redeposit it electronically.
• There is a $25.00 fee for all returned checks.
Changes to Student Contact Information
It is the student’s responsibility to notify the college of any changes to Dropping a Class and Refund Policy
name, address, phone or email as this information is used to send class You can drop a class for a full refund up to the day before the first class
confirmation or to contact you regarding changes in class status. Entering meets through WebAdvisor or by written request.
new contact information on your registration form does not automatically Written requests for refunds must be initiated by the student and are to
update your student record unless you are registering in person. If not reg- be mailed or walked in to the Admissions and Enrollment Center in the
istering in person, name, address and phone changes must be submitted McDowell Center. The request must contain the following:
on a Personal Data Change Form, which can be found in the FAQ section • Student name.
of our Web site. Email address changes can be made via WebAdvisor. Name • Student ID number.
changes require a copy of your driver’s license or social security card. • Class number, section number.
• A brief statement requesting the refund, signature and date.
Senior Adult Tuition Policy The refund policy is:
In order to receive senior adult status, persons sixty (60) years of age or • Through the day before the first class meets: 100 percent class fees.
older must verify their age (using a birth certificate, driver’s license, or • Thereafter—no refund.
other legal documents) with the Admissions & Enrollment Center (main • No refund or transfers for motorcycle classes.
campus) at the time of registration or prior to the start of the class Credit card payments will be credited to the account used for payment. All
in order to receive the senior rate. No rate adjustments will be made after a other refunds will be issued to the student by check and mailed to the stu-
class has started. dent’s address on record, or by direct deposit. See Bank Info—Direct Deposit
under the Financial Information heading in the WebAdvisor student menu
to select the direct deposit refund option.
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Schoolcraft College All participants of Continuing Education
& Professional Development Physical
Continuing Education Fitness classes must agree to the terms of
the Schoolcraft College Waiver of Liability for Fitness
Classes at the time of registration.
• if registering online, check box to signify agreement.
Registration/Admission form | Spring/Summer 2012 • if registering by mail or walk-in, include one signed
waiver per registration form or registration will not
Please use one registration form per student. 1. Are you Hispanic? Yes No
be processed. the waiver form is also available
Duplicate this form as needed. 2. Please select one or more races:
online at www.schoolcraft.edu/cepd/registration.asp
Before registering notify the college of any change to name, address or American Indian or Alaska Native
Asian Black or African American A doctor’s review of your health is advised before
phone number(s). Entering new contact information on your registration
form does not automatically update your record. See changes to Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander starting any exercise program.
student contact information section on page 40 for more information. White
- - OR - - ❍ Male ❍ Female Waiver of Liability for Fitness Classes
DATE OF BIRTH STuDENT NuMBER SOCIAL SECuRITY NuMBER
to be assigned to first-time students. returning students only need to include the last 4 digits. In consideration for being allowed to participate in this activity, which
I do freely and voluntarily for my own personal benefit, I hereby take
action for myself, my executors, administrators, heirs, next of kin,
LAST NAME FIRST NAME MI/FORMER NAME
successors and assigns to:
A. Waive, release and discharge from any and all liability Schoolcraft
NuMBER AND STREET CITY
College, its elected and appointed officials, employees, students,
agents, and volunteers for my bodily injury, death, disability,
STATE ZIP CODE EMAIL ADDRESS personal injury, property damage, or property theft, or actions of
- - - - - - any kind which may hereafter accrue to me.
DAY PHONE EVENING PHONE CELL PHONE B. Indemnify and hold harmless Schoolcraft College, its elected and
CES, CES2, appointed officials, employees, students, agents, and volunteers,
Section no. CESn no. Title of Class Amount from any and all liabilities or claims made by other individuals or
$ . entities as a result of or relating to my participation in this activity.
I know that there may be risks associated with fitness classes and
$ . willingly accept those possibilities. I know that it is my responsibility
to ensure my own safety. I take full responsibility for my own health
$ . and safety in participating in the fitness class and to the extent I
deem advisable, will consult a physician before participating in any
of the activities. I agree to pay all reasonable costs related to the
$ . classes, including any medical costs I incur.
Therefore, intending to be bound and as a condition of being allowed
$ . to participate in the fitness class, I have freely signed this waiver at
the time of registration.
$ . Print Participant Name
Are you 60+? See Senior Adult Tuition Policy on page 40. TOTAL: $ . Participant Signature Date
Mail to: Company-paid tuition: For office use only:
Please send a copy of your purchase order when you register. Semester Student ID#
Co. Name ___________________________________________ If the participant is under 18 years of age,
Co. Address __________________________________________ a parent or guardian must sign below on
18600 Haggerty Road behalf of the participant.
Livonia, MI 48152-2696 Billing Contact Person ____________________________________ _______________________________________
PO# ______________________________________________ Print Parent/Guardian Name
Enclosed is my Check/Money Order payable to Schoolcraft College Parent or Guardian Signature Date
Charge to VISA/MC/Discover No. ___________________________________________________ Exp. Date _____/_____
Signed waiver agreement is required
for all Physical Fitness classes
Signature required for charge card payment (Refund checks are issued to students rather than charge card credits)
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online and HyBRid class inFoRmation
Online Class Information
Continuing Education and Professional Development offers a great alter-
native to traditional classes held here on campus. You can update your
How do I register?
Getting started with our online classes takes just three easy steps:
skills, discover a new talent or chart a career path at your own pace and
Register and pay for your class with Schoolcraft College at least
convenience—we bring the classroom right to you, wherever you may be.
24 hours prior to the class start date. You can do this online via
How do online classes work? WebAdvisor, by walk-in or mail-in—see page 40.
Each class consists of twelve lessons that are made available to you over
a specific six week period. The first lesson is released after 4 a.m. on the Once you have registered and paid for your class with Schoolcraft
first Wednesday of class; subsequent lessons are released on Fridays and College, you must also enroll with one of the following Web sites
Wednesdays. You do not need to be present when the lesson is released, to gain access to your online classroom:
but you must complete each lesson within two weeks of its release. The les- • For online general classes, enroll at www.ed2go.com/schoolcraft
sons are supplemented by interactive quizzes, assignments, tutorials, and • For online teacher recertification SB-CEU classes, enroll at
online discussion areas available via the Web. www.ed2go.com/scsbceu
What classes are available? • Choose the class title and select the “Enroll Now” button.
Our online classes are notated throughout this schedule with the words Follow the instructions.
“Online” next to the class title. You can also visit www.ed2go.com/school- NOTE: Online Enrollment must take place no later than the
craft for all of our general classes. Teachers interested in our teacher recer- Wednesday following your class start date, or your access to the class
tification classes should go to www.ed2go.com/scsbceu. will be denied and no refund will be issued. If you register for more
What do I need to take an online class? than one online class, it is imperative that you complete the Online
All you need is Internet access; Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Enrollment for each class.
Firefox Web browser; familiarity with the Internet; email; and a computer. When your class starts, return to the appropriate Web site listed above
Additional software requirements, if any, will be noted in the class descrip- and click on the “My Classroom” link. Log in with the email address and
tion. Some classes are not compatible with Macintosh computers. password you created when initially enrolling with Ed2Go.
Hybrid Class Information
Hybrid classes—the best of both worlds
If you want to try something new…
If you are curious about online classes…
If you like being in class with other students…
If you aren’t put off by technology and the Internet… id C l ass
If you are an independent, self-motivated learner… a uni es:
qu e a
How do hybrid classes work? lea r n nd fle
Students get the flexibility of online classes with the personal interactions i ng e x i ble
of classroom sessions. Students will meet on campus for a portion of the e nc o i e nc e
class and the other portion will be completed online with assignments, mpa s t h at
i n st r se s in
reading and research. Class section information provides more detail on u c t io - c las
the exact meeting times and locations. n w it s
h on l
What classes are available? c ou rs i ne
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Our hybrid classes are notated throughout this schedule with the words k
“Hybrid Class” next to the class title.
What do I need to take an online class?
Hardware and software requirements for hybrid classess are listed at
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come home for the summer!
Guest students save money
at Schoolcraft College
Disc over Your Ch
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D ho o
lc ra f t
Guest Students can
register beginning April 1
Save money by taking on-campus, online or
open entry/open exit courses at Schoolcraft
College this summer and transferring the
credits to your current college or university.
Complete an application
Download a Michigan Uniform Guest Application at
the Web site listed above. You must be admitted to
Schoolcraft as a guest student before you can register.
Have a plan
Use that Web site to explore your options and
then work with a counselor at your current college
to identify the specific Schoolcraft courses that you
Register for classes
Guest students can start registering at
3 p.m. on Sunday, April 1.
Spring 7-week classes: May 14–July 2
Spring 12-week classes: May 14–August 6
Summer classes: July 7–August 24
Be our Guest This Summer
734-462-4426 18600 Haggerty Road, Livonia, MI
Continuing Education and
18600 Haggerty Road
Livonia, MI 48152-2696
TO: POSTAL CUSTOMER
Board of Trustees
Brian D. Broderick..........................................Chair
Carol M. Strom ...................................... Vice Chair
Patricia Watson ....................................... Secretary
Joan A. Gebhardt ................................... Treasurer
Douglas H. Adams ..................................... Trustee
John R. Elkins ............................................. Trustee
James G. Fausone ..................................... Trustee
Conway A. Jeffress, President
Fall 2012 CEPD Schedule will be mailed early July; class listings online mid-June
Looking for a new career? • Camps run July 9– August 3
9 am–3 pm, Monday–Friday
• Enrichment day camps
for 1st–12th graders
• Academic skills workshops
for 6th–12th graders
New camps: Design Troop—Engineering, Teen Lyric
Writing, Machine Manufacturing—Leading Edge
Technology, Sports Science—Move & Learn.
visit www.schoolcraft.edu/koc to view the schedule
or call 734-462-4448 to be mailed a copy
Schoolcraft College Foundation
Golf Classic Fore Scholarships
Become a Certified Monday, June 4, 2012 Walnut Creek Country Club
South Lyon, Michigan
Personal Trainer All proceeds benefit
the education of
Learn anatomy, exercise physiology, nutrition, health screening,
Schoolcraft College students.
For information please call
Go to www.schoolcraft.edu/cepd/fitnesstrainer, 734-462-4518.
see page 4 inside this schedule, or
call 734-462-4448 for more information.