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									  Continuing Education




                                                                                                                                                                          General Information
                               A Message from the Dean
                            Happy New Year to you and yours! I hope your new year brings you all that you are seeking. Like most of us,
                            you’ve probably made a number of resolutions for the new year- most of which have to do with better health,
                            wealth, learning new, or sharpening existing skills, or becoming more tech savvy. Often times we fail to keep
                            those resolutions, however well intended, because we don’t know where to find the resources we need to help us
                            to keep our promises. Does this sound familiar to you? If so, let us help you. Our Continuing Education spring
                            class schedule features a number of new and intellectually stimulating courses, along with a large assortment
                            of our standard offerings, that can help you to keep those promises. We challenge you to give us a chance and
                            as you review our schedule you will find new courses that will help you to improve intellectually, physically
                            and emotionally. We look forward to seeing you in one or more of our classes and hope that you will share our
class schedule with a friend, relative or neighbor. Have a great and prosperous New Year, and let us help you to keep those resolutions.
Southwestern College is your primary leader in Continuing Education and your partner in lifelong learning.




                                          Trish Axsom
                                          Dean, School of Continuing Education, Economic and Workforce Development


Continuing Education
Continuing Education provides students with extended studies designed
to support professional advancement and personal success. Day, evening,        Table of Contents
and weekend classes are conveniently held at the Chula Vista campus,                 Section                                                                Page
as well as at off-campus locations throughout South County. Many are
tuition-free, while others require a nominal fee. There are no transcripts           Art, Music, and Crafts ............................................... 12
or grades. New classes are always being added. For an up-to-date listing             Career and Professional Development ........................... 6
of classes, visit the Continuing Education section of the Southwestern               Computers ................................................................. 8
College website: www.swccd.edu                                                       CPR, Health, and Safety ............................................ 11
                                                                                     Crown Cove Aquatic Center ...................................... 11
Governing Board                                                                      Family and Parenting .................................................. 9
David J. Agosto                                                                +	 Fee Class Registration Form ....................................... 31
Jorge Dominguez, Ph.D.                                                               Financial Planning ...................................................... 9
Jean Roesch, Ed.D.
                                                                                     Home and Entertaining .............................................. 14
Yolanda Salcido
                                                                               +	 Noncredit Application ............................................... 30
Terri Valladolid
Raj K. Chopra, Superintendent/President                                              ed2go Online Classes Via the Internet ......................... 18
Leticia A. Diaz, Student Trustee                                                     Parking Information ..................................................... 4
Term of Office ( June 2008–May 2009)                                                 Professional Development Academy ............................ 25
                                                                                     Regional Occupational Program (ROP) Courses ............ 20
The SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE SCHEDULE (USPS #024423)                               %     Registration Information ............................................... 3
is published six times a year in November, January, March, April, May, and
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                                                                                     Self-Improvement....................................................... 10
July by offices of Publications and Continuing Education at Southwestern
                                                                                     Tennis Center ........................................................... 17
College, 900 Otay Lakes Road, Chula Vista, CA 91910-7299. Periodicals
Postage Paid at Chula Vista, California. Volume 3, Issue Number 1, January           Traffic School ............................................................. 4
2009, Southwestern College Schedule. POSTMASTER: Send address                        Wellness and Fitness ................................................. 15
changes to Southwestern College Schedule, 900 Otay Lakes Road, Chula
Vista CA 91910-7299.


For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376                                     General Information • Spring 2009                         1
General Information

                          Southwestern College Continuing Education
                      Continuing Education provides the opportunity for
                      community residents to improve, upgrade, and learn new
                      skills and knowledge. This effort responds to the need
                      for a well-trained workforce, as well as the individual
                      need for intellectual or cultural enrichment. Continuing
                      Education presently includes the following three categories
                      of instruction and services: noncredit curriculum, fee-based
                      services, and contract education.


                      Noncredit Curriculum (NC)
                      Noncredit Curriculum satisfies one of the objectives of the California


                                                                                                                    Enroll Early!
                      Community College system. The Education Code, Section 78201, identifies
                      nine specific instructional categories for which state apportionment funding
                      may be generated. These instructional categories include the following:
                      Parenting, Basic Skills, ESL, Citizenship, Disabilities, Vocational, Older       Don’t Wait—Help Us Avoid Cancellations! Some classes
                      Adults, Home Economics, and Health and Safety.
                                                                                                       fill quickly and some have limited class size. Also,
                                                                                                       early registration ensures that programs have sufficient
                      Fee-Based Services (CS)                                                          enrollment to avoid cancellation.
                      Fee-based classes and programs are designated and authorized under Title
                      5. These programs may be offered in nearly any subject or field. These
                      programs are supported by a fee paid by participants.                                Continuing Education is a department of the School
                                                                                                           of Continuing Education, Economic and Workforce
                                                                                                           Development. Your feedback, suggestions, and comments
                                                                                                           are welcomed.
                      Contract Education
                      Contract services are available to specific businesses and organizations
                                                                                                           Mission Statement
                      by a mutually established agreement. Class participation is limited to the
                      contract designees. Contract Education is not usually designated for credit.         Southwestern College is committed to meeting the
                      Contract Education and services are paid for by the contracting entity.              educational goals of its students in an environment
                                                                                                           that promotes intellectual growth and develops human
                                                                                                           potential.


                          Trish Axsom, Dean, School of Continuing Education,
                          Economic and Workforce Development.
                          619-482-6376                                                                 Diversity Initiative
                                                                                                       Southwestern Community College District seeks to foster and engage
                          Design and Layout by Tom Bugzavich                                           diversity as integral to our learning community and to educational
                                                                                                       excellence. Diversity is valued as an essential cornerstone to civility, dignity,
                                                                                                       fairness, respect, and trust.
                          Course Description Legend
                          Course meeting days:
                                                                                                       Non-Discrimination Statement
                                                        Example: Class meets Monday
                          M = Monday                                                                   Southwestern Community College District does not discriminate on the
                                                        through Thursday = MTWTh
                                                                                                       basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation,
                          T = Tuesday                   Class meets on Monday and
                                                                                                       disability, age, or marital status in any of its policies, procedures, or practices.
                          W = Wednesday                 Tuesday = MT                                   This non-discrimination policy covers admission, employment, and access
                          Th = Thursday                                                                to all college programs and activities. Questions about the Rehabilitation
                          F = Friday                                                                   Act of 1973, Section 504 and student grievances should be directed to
                          Sat = Saturday                                                               the Dean of Student Activities, 619-482-6369. Inquiries regarding Equal
                          Sun = Sunday                                                                 Employment Opportunity policies should be directed to the Director of
                                                                                                       Human Resources, 619-482-6330.


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  Registration Information




                                                                                                                                                 General Information
Steps to Register for a Fee Class                                              Steps to Register for a Noncredit
To register for a fee class, please use the Fee Class                          Course
and Registration Form (page 31). Course numbers                                Noncredit courses are tuition-free and are subsidized
for fee classes start with “CS.”                                               by state funds. These courses require the completion
                                                                               of the Noncredit Application (page 30). Most
% By Phone                                                                     noncredit classes do allow on-site registration on a
Call 619-482-6376. Please have your MasterCard, Discover, or VISA ready        space-available basis. Course numbers for noncredit
to register and pay for fee classes. Phone-in registration must be completed   classes start with “NC.”
at least 24 hours prior to the first class meeting.

                                                                               )	 By Mail
)	 By Mail                                                                     Mail a completed Noncredit Application form to:
Mail a completed Fee Class and Registration Form to:                                Southwestern College, Continuing Education
     Southwestern College, Continuing Education                                     900 Otay Lakes Road, Building 660
     900 Otay Lakes Road, Building 660                                              Chula Vista, CA 91910-7299
     Chula Vista, CA 91910-7299
                                                                               6  By Fax
     You must include check or credit card payment information. Please         Complete the Noncredit Application and fax to 619-482-6402.
     do not mail cash.

6    By Fax                                                                    m    In Person
Registration may be made for a fee class via fax when paying with a            Bring your completed Noncredit Application to:
credit card. Complete a Fee Class and Registration Form and fax to                  Southwestern College, Continuing Education
619-482-6402.                                                                       900 Otay Lakes Road, Building 660
                                                                                    Chula Vista, CA 91910-7299
                                                                                    Telephone: 619-482-6376
m    In Person                                                                      Fax: 619-482-6402
Bring your completed registration form and payment to:                              Office Hours: M–F, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.



     Southwestern College, Continuing Education
     900 Otay Lakes Road, Building 660
     Chula Vista, CA 91910-7299                                                  Everything you need
     Telephone: 619-482-6376
     Fax: 619-482-6402                                                           at your fingertips!
     Office Hours: M–F, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
                                                                                 Visit www.swccd.edu and apply
                                                                                 online. Click on WebAdvisor




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                                                                                 to Enroll Online, view semester
                                                                                 grades, registration
                                                                                 statements, pay
          For college credit courses
                                                                                 course fees, and
          call 619-482-6550 or go to                                             more!
          www.swccd.edu

For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376                                 General Information • Spring 2009    3
                                                                                                                Materials Fee A materials fee is required in a few noncredit and fee
                          Registration Information
General Information

                                                                                                                classes. Please be prepared to pay this fee on the first day of class. Cash,
                                                                                                                check, or credit card payments are accepted. The instructor cannot issue
                      Sign up early Early sign up ensures that you will have a reserved                         change.
                      place in a popular class. All registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
                      Your registration can make the difference as to whether a class is offered
                      or cancelled. When space is available, on-site registration may be allowed                Instructor, Class, or Location Change In some cases, a
                      with the permission of the instructor.                                                    qualified substitute instructor may replace the individual listed in the
                                                                                                                schedule. Class dates and locations are also subject to change. When feasible,
                                                                                                                students will be notified of any date or location change prior to the class
                      Class Confirmation Please mark your personal calendar when                                either by mail or by phone.
                      registering for any class. Every attempt is made to provide a confirmation
                      letter of your registration; however, due to unavoidable delays of mail
                      delivery or misdirected mail, this courtesy is not guaranteed. If you have                Class Locations Classes are held on campus and at various locations
                      not received a confirmation letter one week prior to class, please do not                 throughout South County. Please carefully review the location of the class
                      hesitate to call Continuing Education to confirm your registration (619-                  for which you are registering.
                      482-6376).

                      Certificate of Completion Some multi-session courses and
                      seminars offer a Certificate of Completion. When applicable, students
                                                                                                                  Parking Information
                      must attend all classes and meet certificate requirements as established                  All vehicles parked on campus must display a parking permit at all times.
                      by the instructor.                                                                        One-day parking permit dispensers are located throughout the campus
                                                                                                                (see campus map, inside front cover). The cost of the permit is $3 and
                                                                                                                is valid on the day of purchase only. Please arrive at least 20–30 minutes
                      Class Cancellation Every attempt is made to avoid canceling a
                                                                                                                early on the first day of class since there is often a line at the parking permit
                      class. However, sometimes it is necessary to cancel before the first meeting
                                                                                                                dispenser.
                      when enrollment is low. If the College has advance notice that a class will
                      be cancelled, Continuing Education will attempt to reach you by mail or
                      by phone. Please be sure to provide complete phone contact information
                      on your application.

                      Class Refunds A complete refund will always be made if Continuing
                      Education cancels a class. If you cancel at least five (5) business days prior to
                      the start of a class you have reserved, you will be refunded your registration
                      fee, less a $5 processing fee. If you cancel three (3) business days before the
                                                                                                                                   Enroll Early!
                                                                                                                          Don’t Wait—Help Us Avoid Cancellations
                                                                                                                      Some classes fill quickly and some have limited class
                      start of a class, you will be charged a $10 processing fee. Once a class begins,
                                                                                                                    size. Also, early registration ensures that programs have
                      you are not eligible for any refund. Individuals who register three (3) days
                                                                                                                            sufficient enrollment to avoid cancellation.
                      before the class or exam is scheduled are not eligible for a refund. No-shows
                      are not eligible for a refund. Refunds take a few weeks to process.




                                                                                                       Traffic School
                            Southwestern College is certified as an official Traffic Violator
                            School (TVS) available to individuals who have received a
                            traffic citation. If you have been referred to a TVS by the
                            court, you may void the citation from                                          CS   17-51                Sat   Jan. 10      8 a.m.–4 p.m.    Fee:          $40
                            your driving record and protect                                                CS   17-51S (Spanish)     Sat   Jan. 24      8 a.m.–4 p.m.    Fee:          $40
                            your current insurance rate by                                                 CS   17-52                Sat   Feb. 7       8 a.m.–4 p.m.    Fee:          $40
                            attending a DMV-approved                                                       CS   17-53                Sat   Feb. 21      8 a.m.–4 p.m.    Fee:          $40
                                                                                                           CS   17-54                Sat   March 7      8 a.m.–4 p.m.    Fee:          $40
                            Traffic Violator School. You                                                   CS   17-55                Sat   March 21 8 a.m.–4 p.m.        Fee:          $40
                            must be on time and remain                                                     CS   17-55S               Sat   April 4      8 a.m.–4 p.m.    Fee:          $40
                            for the entire 8-hour program                                                  CS   17-56S               Sat   April 18     8 a.m.–4 p.m.    Fee:          $40
                            to qualify for the certificate of                                              CS   17-57                Sat   May 2        8 a.m.–4 p.m.    Fee:          $40
                            completion.                                                                    CS   17-58                Sat   May 16       8 a.m.–4 p.m.    Fee:          $40
                                                                                                           CS   17-50                Sat   May 30       8 a.m.–4 p.m.    Fee:          $40
                            Instructors: Charles Pugsley,                                                                            Classes below held at HEC @ Otay Mesa
                            Eugene D’Ablaing,                                                              CS 17-350 (Spanish)       Sat   March 28 8 a.m.–4 p.m.        Fee:          $40
                            Philip Ochoa, and Bill Simpson.                                                CS 17-351                 Sat   May 9        8 a.m.–4 p.m.    Fee:          $40
                            Room 1620.




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                                                                                                               College for Kids 2009




For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376   College for Kids • Spring 2009   5
               Career and Professional Development
Classes



                                             Attend the three classes below and receive a
                                        Certificate of Completion from Southwestern College.

                                                          Customer Service
                                                       Superior Service Series
              Service is the keystone to all successful businesses. Review and practice core principles to enhance your skills and increase
              awareness. Complete all three topics in this three-part, nine-hour series and earn a Certificate of Completion. All classes
              will meet at Southwestern College, 900 Otay Lakes Road, Chula Vista, in the room listed below. Please purchase a $3
              parking pass from the yellow machines or security booth as you enter the campus.


               Customer Service: The Right Attitude
               Having the right attitude has a positive impact on the workplace and our interactions with customers. Explore how attitudes at work positively
               and negatively affect customer service, the company image, productivity, employee retention and company growth. Explore the techniques for
               maintaining a professional attitude.
               Instructor: J. Mackenzie, 3 hours. Room 1620.

               NC 1073-01      F       Feb. 20             1–4 p.m.               No Fee

               Customer Service: Team Building
               Working as teams in business can increase productivity, enhance project management, reduce business conflicts and create superior customer
               service. Identify team opportunities within your company. Learn the “roles” in a team and how to be both a leader and a team player. Practice
               new skills in typical business scenarios.
               Instructor: J. Mackenzie, 3 hours. Room 1620.

               NC 1074-01      F       March 6             1–4 p.m.               No Fee

               Customer Service: Managing Change
               In the workplace we face constant change. Explore our natural tendencies and the tendencies of our customers to resist change. Learn the techniques
               for handling workplace change and how to introduce change to our customers. Practice change management techniques.
               Instructor: J. Mackenzie, 3 hours. Room 1620.

               NC 1069-01      F       March 20            1–4 p.m.               No Fee




               Update your skills or prepare for a new career from the comfort of your home
                                                                    Register today!

                                                                       ed2go
                                                             Online Classes start:
                                   January 21, February 18, March 18, April 15, and May 20
                                                                      See page 18 for details



          6    Spring 2009 • Classes                                                    For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376
Effective Interpersonal Relationships in the Workplace                            How to Become a Medical Transcriptionist




                                                                                                                                                                 Classes
Provides students with the inperpersonal skills needed for a variety of           Demand for medical transcriptionists is soaring! Join a field that pays
work settings. Students will learn appropriate interpersonal skills for the       well and gives you the flexibility of working at home, in a medical office,
workplace. Includes active listening, verbal/nonverbal communication, team        or in a hospital. Learn proven strategies for where best to learn medical
participation, and sociability skills.                                            transcription, how to market your business, grow a client base, equipment,
Instructor: C Taffola-Schreiber, 6 hours. Room 1686B.                             software, transcription machines and electronic transfers, working for a
                                                                                  service and much more.
NC 45-01        MT       Jan. 5–6             12:30–3:30 p.m.         No Fee
                                                                                  Instructor, Deborah Burns, will share her many years of experience
                                                                                  as a business owner in this exciting introduction to the field of medical
Using Your Foreign Degree in the United States                                    transcription. 3 hours. Room 1683.
Designed to help graduates of foreign colleges and/or universities to
explore options for using their degrees in the U.S. Includes the U.S.             CS 51-60        Th    Feb. 5                6:30–9:30 p.m.        Fee: $40
educational system, how and when transcripts and/or diplomas need to be                           $20 material fee paid in class
evaluated, state licensing and credentialing considerations, English language
proficiency, professional networking, graduate study options, job search,         Profiting with Fixer-Uppers With or Without the Work
and career planning services.                                                     Buying fixer-uppers can be fun and profitable. Learn about financing
Instructor: D. Edwards, 3 hours. Room 1620.                                       programs available for fixers to buy them, and fix them up with little cash.
                                                                                  Learn how to determine fix-up costs. Retire quickly by purchasing fixers
NC 92-60        Th       Feb.19               5:30–8:30 p.m.          No Fee      for cash flow and keep them to retire on the income and appreciation
                                                                                  in a very short time. Learn how to select the best location and areas for
NC 92-61        W        April 22             5:30–8:30 p.m.          No Fee
                                                                                  greatest profits.
                                                                                  Instructor: Tom Martinson, 8 hours. Room 1683.
Self-Paced Career Assessment
Designed to help job seekers and those individuals considering a career           CS 149-50       Sat   Feb. 7                9 a.m.–5 p.m.       Fee: $49/
change to assess their career interests, basic skills, and transferable skills.                   $10 materials fee paid in class          $79    per couple
Self-paced format utilizing a combination of paper-pencil and online              CS 149-51       Sat   April 4               9 a.m.–5 p.m.       Fee: $49/
assessment measures with results presented in a way that is useful for                            $10 materials fee paid in class          $79    per couple
job search or career planning purposes. Career counselor will provide the
interpretation of the assessment results.                                         Continuing Education Smog Update
Instructor: D. Edwards, 6 hours.                                                  Individuals with Basic and/or Advanced Smog Technician’s licenses that
                                                                                  are expiring are required to take this 12–16 hour Bureau of Automotive
NC 1005-E1      MTWThF Jan. 14–May 22 Open Enrollment            No Fee           Repair (BAR) certified course to be eligible to renew their license; covers
                Location: South County Career Center                              new automotive technology or issues emerging that may effect emissions
                          1111 Bay Blvd., Suite E, Chula Vista, 91911             testing, diagnostics, or repair.
                                                                                  Instructor: Daniel Goycochea, 12 hours. Room 590.
How to Begin a Home-Based Word Processing Business
If you can type, then you can make money at home using your word                  CS 171-60       Sat     Jan. 10–17          8 a.m.–2 p.m.       Fee: $289
processor or computer. Discover the details about how and where to find                           (Includes instruction and materials)
clients; 50 ways to advertise and market your services; effective home            CS 171-61       Sat     March 7–14          8 a.m.–2 p.m.       Fee: $289
                                                                                                  (Includes instruction and materials)
office choices; 100 ways to make money with a computer; and national
networking information. There really is a need for your services, so find out
how to gain the freedom to be your own boss and set your own hours.
                                                                                  The Do’s and Don’ts When Investing in Real Estate
                                                                                  Foreclosures
Instructor, LeeAnne Krusemark, has led more than 100 educational
workshops, is a journalist and a book author, and has owned a public              Foreclosures have increased dramatically over the past two years. This
relations business for over 15 years. 3 hours. Room 1620.                         presents a great opportunity to buy property under market value. Few
                                                                                  people have made fortunes in foreclosures while most people make very little
CS 13-60        M     March 30              6:30–9:30 p.m.          Fee: $25      profit. Uncover how and where experts find the best foreclosure deals and
                $15 materials fee paid in class                                   how to negotiate to maximize your profits. Learn how to find and evaluate
                                                                                  VA, HUD, and REO foreclosures and buy with special financing requiring
                                                                                  very little money down. You can either flip the properties for quick profit
                                                                                  or rent them out for cash flow and build equity.
                                                                                  Instructor: Tom Martinson, 7 hours. Room 1684.


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               call 619-482-6550 or go to
                                                                                  CS 169-50

                                                                                  CS 169-51
                                                                                                  Sat

                                                                                                  Sat
                                                                                                          Jan. 10

                                                                                                          March 7
                                                                                                                              9 a.m.–4 p.m.

                                                                                                                              9 a.m.–4 p.m.
                                                                                                                                           $85
                                                                                                                                                  Fee: $55/
                                                                                                                                                  per couple
                                                                                                                                                  Fee: $55/

               www.swccd.edu
                                                                                                                                           $85    per couple
                                                                                  CS 169-52       Sat     May 2               9 a.m.–4 p.m.       Fee: $55/
                                                                                                                                           $85    per couple




For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376                                                    Classes • Spring 2009            7
NEW! Introduction to Baseball Umpiring                                              Notary Public—Loan Signing Specialist
This course will focus on the dynamics of umpiring baseball in the two-             The California real estate industry is in need of Notary Public Loan
umpire system used from the little league level through the Advanced-A              Signing Specialists. This course will provide students with information
level of professional baseball. The course will discuss the importance of           on the duties and responsibilities of both the Notary Public and the Loan
communication in a highly emotional environment, positioning to make                Signing Specialist, which will enable students to acquire the essential
the best decision possible, and the physical movements necessary to become          knowledge and skills to be successful in this career field. After completing
a successful umpire.                                                                the course, students will be able to identify and understand the different
Other topics which will be discussed will be the appropriate mentality              types of loan documents with sufficient knowledge to explain them to
for an umpire to possess when on the field for different levels. In addition        the client, if requested. The course will conclude with an open book final
we will discuss the economies of umpiring, including salary levels of               exam, proctored by the instructor. This course is only open to students
professional umpires, and game fees for amateur levels, and how the work            who possess a current Notary Public certificate.
of umpiring can better the community through positive role models, and              Instructor: Thomas Peavyhouse, 7 hours. Room 1683.
effective communication.
Instructors: Brandon Leopoldus/Jeremiah Ivey, 27 hours. Room 565.                   CS 143-50       Sat   Feb. 21               8 a.m.–4 p.m.         Fee: $75
                                                                                                    $70 materials fee paid in class
CS 173-01       W       Jan. 14–March 11 11–2 p.m.               Fee: $200          CS 143-51       Sat   May 16                8 a.m.–4 p.m.         Fee: $75
                (11–1p.m. Baseball field/Batting cages,                                             $70 materials fee paid in class
                1–2 p.m. classroom)
                Bring your own baseball glove, athletic attire required.
CS 173-02       W       March 18–May 20 11–2 p.m.                Fee: $200            Computers
                (11–1p.m. Baseball field/Batting cages,
                1–2 p.m. classroom)                                                 NEW! A Beginner’s Guide to High Tech Software:
                Bring your own baseball glove, athletic attire required.            Podcasting
                                                                                    Podcasting is the newest Internet sharing method. Learn to record, edit
                                                                                    and share Podcasts using the latest Podcasting software. This workshop is
You’re on the Air, How to Really Make it in Voice-Overs                             for beginners who do not have experience in using tools for editing and or
Voice-overs are hot today! You don’t have to be an actor to get voice-over          understanding what is necessary for distributing a Podcast creation.
work, but it certainly doesn’t hurt! With such notable talent as James              Instructor: Ron Scott, 2 hours. Room TBA.
Earl Jones, Linda Hunt, and Donald Sutherland lending their voices
to commercials, films, videos, one would think that it would be next to             CS 174-50       T     Feb. 10               6–8 p.m.              Fee: $45
impossible to break into this field. Not so! In this class, you’ll learn about                      $25 materials fee paid in class
an exciting new way to get around the competition and actually turn voice-
overs into a thriving full- or part-time business!                                  Developing High-Performance Charts in Microsoft Excel
Instructor: Heather Costa, 2 hours. Room1684.                                       Reviews the basics of spreadsheet use: structure data entry, formulas, and
                                                                                    functions. Focus on how to convert data into meaningful and high-impact
CS 148-60       T        April 21             7–9 p.m.              Fee: $45        charts. Students are required to bring a USB Flash drive to save and store
                                                                                    class assignments.
California State Notary Public Seminar                                              Instructor: C. Wiley, 8 hours. Room 227.
The demand for professional notaries in California is growing! Join this
dynamic profession in high demand within the fields of finance, real                NC 24-50        Sat     Feb. 7 and 21       9 a.m.–1 p.m.           No Fee
estate, business, and law. Increase your employment skills and learn how
to better protect your employer’s business. This class will provide the new
or previously commissioned notary public with the education and skills to




                                                                                          Enroll Early!
pass the state examination, detect fraud, and become successful in a new
career. The exam is optional and may be cancelled if the minimum required
to participate is not met. If you are interested in taking the exam, please
bring a check payable to the Secretary of State, together with required
identification: either a California driver’s license or California ID. You must
not have had a felony conviction to take this exam.
Instructor: Thomas Peavyhouse, 7 hours. Room 1682/751.                                  Don’t Wait—Help Us Avoid Cancellations
                                                                                        Some classes fill quickly and some have
                $45 materials fee paid in class.
                Optional State exam scheduled 4–5 p.m. for an                                     limited class size.
                additional $40 fee.

CS   14-51      Sat      Jan. 10              8   a.m.–4   p.m.     Fee:   $75
CS   14-52      Sat      March 7              8   a.m.–4   p.m.     Fee:   $75
CS   14-53      Sat      April 4              8   a.m.–4   p.m.     Fee:   $75
CS   14-50      Sat      May 30               8   a.m.–4   p.m.     Fee:   $75




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                                                                                 Budget and Home Energy Management




                                                                                                                                                                 Classes
  Financial Planning                                                             Designed primarily for the new homeowner or renter. Covers money
Financial Strategies for Successful Retirement                                   management, goal setting, spending plan, expense record keeping, credit,
Designed to help individuals of all ages learn how to prepare their finances     home energy options, meter reading, energy management, and available
for retirement. This course teaches how to systematically assess financial       community resources.
needs. You will learn how to define your long-term goals and receive             Instructor: C. Wiley, 5 hours. Room 1684.
practical information which you can immediately apply. Few people dispute
                                                                                 NC 10-50        Sat     Jan. 24              9 a.m.–2 p.m.          No Fee
the importance of planning for retirement; yet, an astounding number of
people postpone their preparations. They want to make informed choices,
but lack the understanding they feel they need. All topics are covered in
a manner that enables you to easily adapt the techniques and concepts to
                                                                                   Family and Parenting
your financial situation.                                                        Introduction to Effective Parenting
Instructors: Steve Hansen, CFP, CDFA and Karen Nuñez, 9 hours.                   Designed to increase positive and nurturing parenting skills. Focuses on
Room 1686A.                                                                      child growth and development, family dynamics, health and safety, and
                                                                                 social/emotional development.
CS 29-60        Th      Feb. 5–19           6–9 p.m.                Fee: $45     Instructor: L. Rodriguez, 15 hours. Room 1686A.
                $30 materials fee paid in class
                Bring a guest at no charge.
                                                                                 NC 2001-50      MTWThF        Jan. 5–9       9 a.m.–Noon            No Fee

For Women—Setting and Achieving Financial Goals
Too many women don’t know the means to their financial goals. Too                Childbirth Education for Expectant Parents (Lamaze)
many don’t even have financial goals. This class addresses how women
                                                                                 Childbirth education is designed to prepare parents for a positive childbirth
can establish and then take action on personal financial goals. Anyone
                                                                                 experience. Includes instruction in the Lamaze method of prepared
can attend. But this class specifically addresses issues related to women
                                                                                 childbirth as well as demonstration and practice of essential and helpful
as investors.
                                                                                 exercises. Partners are an integral part of the program and are encouraged
Instructor: Valerie Peck, 8 hours, Room 1686A.                                   to attend.
CS 170-60       Th       March 5–26           6:30–8:30 p.m.        Fee: $45
                                                                                 Instructor: Staff, Room 1680.

                                                                                 NC   6-60       TTh     Jan. 13–Feb. 5       7–9:30 p.m.            No   Fee
NEW! Retirement Planning Today                                                   NC   6-50       Sat     Feb. 21–28           8 a.m.–1 p.m.          No   Fee
Educate retirees as to the multitude of decisions that must be made during       NC   6-62       TTh     March 3–26           7–9:30 p.m.            No   Fee
retirement as well as the complexities of managing financial affairs to create   NC   6-64       TTh     May 5–28             7–9:30 p.m.            No   Fee
their best retirement lifestyle today.
                                                                                 Learn about the signs of labor, hospital procedures, what to expect during
Instructors: Joe Anderson, Jack Dugan, 6 hours, Room TBA.
                                                                                 labor, delivery, and post-delivery. Take out the worry and fear by knowing
CS 175-60       T        Jan. 27 & Feb. 3     6:30–9:30 p.m.        Fee: $49
                                                                                 how to support the welcoming of your child. This class is for you if you
CS 175-61       Th       March 5 & 12         6:30–9:30 p.m.        Fee: $49     plan to have your baby with or without medication, in a birthing suite or
                                                                                 an operating room, with several days of hospital stay or if you plan to go
Living Trust—Family Inheritance                                                  home right away. Sat: 2 weeks, 10 hours; TTh: 4 weeks, 20 hours. To register
                                                                                 contact Karen Peter, 619-421-2662. You will be sent a confirmation letter.
In this three-hour seminar you can learn how to protect your assets so
                                                                                 Bring this letter with you to the first class meeting.
they go directly to your family and not to costly attorney fees! Proper
planning is essential for anyone who owns a home, has a spouse, children,
or dependents. Learn how living trusts work and can help your family avoid
probate. Find out how to preserve and monitor assets and how a trust can
also serve as a tax shelter for large estates. Insight on the value of Durable
Powers of Attorney will be explained.
Instructor, Lisa J. Frisella, J.D., is an attorney and estate planner
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practicing exclusively in the areas of wills and trusts, trust administration,
probate, and charitable giving. 3 hours. Room 1685B.                                           Classes start:
CS   68-50      Sat      Jan. 10              9   a.m.–Noon         Fee:   $35            January 21, February 18,
                                                                                             March 18, April 15,
CS   68-51      Sat      Jan. 24              9   a.m.–Noon         Fee:   $35
CS   68-52      Sat      Feb. 7               9   a.m.–Noon         Fee:   $35
CS   68-53      Sat      March 7              9   a.m.–Noon         Fee:   $35
CS
CS
     68-54
     68-55
                Sat
                Sat
                         April 4
                         May 2
                                              9
                                              9
                                                  a.m.–Noon
                                                  a.m.–Noon
                                                                    Fee:
                                                                    Fee:
                                                                           $35
                                                                           $35
                                                                                                and May 20
CS   68-56      Sat      May 30               9   a.m.–Noon         Fee:   $35




For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376                                                    Classes • Spring 2009            9
          Talk To Me Baby:
Classes
          Communicating and Connecting with your Infant                                        Self-Improvement
          Parents and caregivers bring your infant and enjoy playtime as you learn           Introduction to Academic ESL I
          about your baby’s development and how to stimulate optimal growth. You             Introduces the first in a series of three courses designed to prepare non-
          will learn about infant message, infant sign language, understanding your          native English speakers for the ESL certificate program. Utilizes the corpus
          infant’s cues, nutrition and baby food recipes, great activities for you and       of 500–600 words. Focuses on fluency in conversation, reading and writing,
          your infant, and more.                                                             and vocabulary development.
          Instructor: Staff, 16 hours. Room 2001.                                            Instructor: Staff, 24 hours. Room 471.
          Required Text: Secrets of the Baby Whisperer: How to Calm, Connect,
          and Communicate With Your Baby and Baby Sign Language Basics.                      NC 108-50       Sat    Jan. 17–Mar 14       8–11 a.m.               No Fee
                                                                                                             No class: 2/14
          NC 111-01       MW     Jan. 12–Feb. 11 10 a.m.–Noon                  No Fee        NC 108-60       MW      Jan. 21–Mar 4       6:30–8:30 p.m.          No Fee
                          (13–24 months)                                                                     No class: 2/16
                          No class: 1/19, 2/4
          NC 111-02       MW     Jan. 12–Feb. 9   Noon–2 p.m.                  No Fee
                          (0–12 months)                                                      Introduction to Academic ESL II
                          No class: 1/19                                                     Second in a series of three courses designed to prepare non-native English
          NC 111-03       MW     Feb. 18–March 18 10 a.m.–Noon                 No Fee        speakers for ESL certificate program. Utilizes the corpus of 600–1000
                          (13–24 months)
                                                                                             words. Focuses on fluency in conversation, reading and writing, and
                          No class: 3/4
          NC 111-04       MW     Feb. 11–March 11 Noon–2 p.m.                  No Fee        vocabulary development.
                          (0–12 months)                                                      Instructor: Staff, 24 hours. Room 471.
                          No class: 2/16
          NC 111-05       MW     April 20–May 18 10 a.m.–Noon                  No Fee        NC 109-60       TTh    Jan 20–Feb. 26       6:30–8:30 p.m.          No Fee
                          (13–24 months)                                                     NC 109-61       MW     Mar 9–April 22       6:30–8:30 p.m.          No Fee
                          No class: 5/6                                                                      No class: 4/6, 4/8
          NC 111-06       MW     April 20–May 18 Noon–2 p.m.                   No Fee        NC 109-50       Sat    Mar 28–May 16        8–11 a.m.               No Fee
                          (0–12 months)                                                                      No class: 4/11
                          No class: 5/6
                                                                                             Introduction to Academic ESL III
          NC Math for Young Children
                                                                                             Third in a series of three courses designed to prepare non-native English
          Principles and practices for presenting activities in a developmental sequence     speakers for ESL certificate program. Utilizes the corpus of 1000–1500
          to support young children’s basic understanding of mathematics. Emphasis           words. Focuses on fluency in conversation, reading and writing, and
          on the three types of learning: naturalistic, informal, and structured.            vocabulary development.
          Instructor: A. Ademis, Room 572A.                                                  Instructor: Staff, 24 hours. Room 471.
          NC 3016-01      F        Jan. 16–Feb. 20      9 a.m.–12:20 p.m.      No Fee        NC 110-60       TTh     Mar 10–April 28 6:30–8:30 p.m.              No Fee
                                                                                                                     No class: 3/31, 4/7, 4/9

          NC Science for Young Children
          Exploration of developmentally appropriate science activities for young            Home Safety for Older Adults
          children. Students will create science experiences, select appropriate             Most accidents occur in the home. Learn ways to make all areas of the
          materials, learn scientific techniques for working with young children, and        home safe and more secure. Includes safety factors and recommendations,
          learn how to integrate science across the curriculum.                              most common home injuries and problems, fall prevention tips, disaster
          Instructor: A. Ademis, Room 572A.                                                  kits and security measures.
                                                                                             Instructor: J. Acosta, 6 hours.
          NC 3017-01      F        Feb. 27–Mar 27       9 a.m.–12:20 p.m.      No Fee
                                                                                             NC 1- E1        TTh     April 30–May 12 3–4:30 p.m.             No Fee
          NC Technology for Young Children                                                                   Location: Vista Lane Apartments
          Designed to introduce students to technology utilized in child development                                    440 South Vista Avenue, San Ysidro, 92173
          settings, including computer applications and introduced to software
          that will enhance instruction in Early Childhood. Software programs for
          behavior management, developmental assessment, multicultural, language
          development, creativity, math and science, problem solving, and thematic
                                                                                                   Courses designated with the symbol NC
          focus.                                                                                   are noncredit classes that are also available
          Instructor: A. Ademis, Room 572A.                                                        for college credit.
          NC 3018-01      F        April 3–May 8        9 a.m.–12:20 p.m.      No Fee
                                                                                                   For information about college credit classes,
                                                                                                   please visit: www.swccd.edu



          10     Spring 2009 • Classes                                                     For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376
                                                                                 Crown Cove Aquatic
Community Resources for Older Adults




                                                                                                                                                              Classes
Designed to make the older adult aware of the many resources and


                                                                                 Center
opportunities available in the community. Resources covered include
housing, employment, health and wellness, recreation, educational, cultural,
transportation, legal services, social, and volunteer opportunities.
                                                                                 5000 Highway 75, Coronado, CA 92118
Instructor: J. Acosta, 8 hours.
                                                                                 (On the Silver Strand State Beach)
NC 1050-E1 F           Jan. 16 & 23        Noon–4 p.m.              No Fee
Spanish course
               Location: Norman Park Senior Center
                           270 F St., Chula Vista, 91910
                                                                                            To register for classes listed
NC 1050-E2 W           Feb. 11 & 18     Noon–4 p.m.                 No Fee                  below, call 619-575-6176
Spanish course
               Location: Senior Center National City
                                                                                            All classes held at the Crown
                          1221 D Ave., National City, 91950                                 Cove Aquatic Center
Personal Development for Older Adults
Designed to develop and enhance the emotional and/or psychological               Safety Afloat
well-being in the older adult. Topics will include: coping with the loss
                                                                               Pediatric Safety and CPR
of significant others, disability and limited independence, loneliness,
developing personal strength, confidence, and assertiveness.                   Provides individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to prevent
                                                                               recognize, and provide basic care for respiratory and cardiac emergencies
NC 37-E1        M       Jan. 26–May 18 9–11 a.m.                    No Fee     in adults, children, and infants. Required textbook must be brought to
                        No class: 2/16, 4/6                                    class: Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid (available in the SWC bookstore).
                Instructor: P. Chapman, 30 hours.                              Follows the American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS)
                Location:     Friendship Manor                                 guidelines. Successful completion of a psychomotor test is required to
                              902 S. Euclid Avenue, National City, CA 91950    receive certification. AHA certificate is $10. Please bring a self-addressed
                                                                               stamped envelope to class to have the certificate mailed to you.
NC 37-E2        TTh     Jan. 15–March 26 3–4:30 p.m.                No Fee
                                                                               Instructor: J. Lohrey/ R. Medigovich, 8 hours.
                Instructor: J.Acosta, 31.5 hours.
                Location:     Vista Lane Apartments
                                                                               NC 1022-E1      Sat     Jan. 10             8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.        No Fee
                              440 South Vista Avenue, San Ysidro, 92173
                                                                               NC 1022-E2      Sat     March 7             8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.        No Fee
                                                                               NC 1022-E3      Sat     April 4             8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.        No Fee
Retirement Living
Exploration of health maintenance, consumer awareness, physical illness,       Basic First Aid and Adult CPR
estate planning, community resources, and leisure time activities.             Designed to prepare individuals to recognize and tre at injuries and sudden
Instructor: J. Acosta, 12 hours.                                               illnesses. Meets the requirements for basic first aid and adult CPR in the
                                                                               workplace. American Red Cross (ARC) certificate is $6 and book cost is
NC 38-E1        W           Jan. 14–Feb. 4   1–3 p.m.               No Fee     $4. Please bring a self-addressed stamped envelope to class to have the
                                                                               certificate mailed to you.
                Location:     Casa De Servicios
                              1188 Beyer Way, Ste. 101, San Diego, 92154       Instructor: D. Hawley, 8 hours.

                                                                               NC   40-E2      Sat     Jan. 17             8:30   a.m.–5   p.m.    No   Fee
  CPR, Health, and Safety                                                      NC
                                                                               NC
                                                                                    40-E3
                                                                                    40-E4
                                                                                               Sat
                                                                                               Sat
                                                                                                       Feb. 21
                                                                                                       March 21
                                                                                                                           8:30
                                                                                                                           8:30
                                                                                                                                  a.m.–5
                                                                                                                                  a.m.–5
                                                                                                                                           p.m.
                                                                                                                                           p.m.
                                                                                                                                                   No
                                                                                                                                                   No
                                                                                                                                                        Fee
                                                                                                                                                        Fee
Pediatric Safety and CPR                                                       NC   40-E5      Sat     April 18            8:30   a.m.–5   p.m.    No   Fee
                                                                               NC   40-E6      Sat     May 16              8:30   a.m.–5   p.m.    No   Fee
Provides individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to prevent
recognize, and provide basic care for respiratory and cardiac emergencies




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in adults, children, and infants. Required textbook must be brought to
class: Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid (available in the SWC bookstore).
Follows the American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS)
                                                                                                 For college credit courses
guidelines. Successful completion of a psychomotor test is required to                           call 619-482-6550
receive certification. AHA certificate is $10. Please bring a self-addressed
stamped envelope to class to have the certificate mailed to you.                                 or go to

                                                                                       www.swccd.edu
Instructor: Staff, 8 hours. Room 1682.

NC 1022-01      WTh     Jan 7–8              12:30–4:30 p.m.        No Fee




For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376                                                Classes • Spring 2009            11
          CPR for the Healthcare Provider                                                   Automated External Defibrillation (AED)
Classes

          Provides the professional rescuer with the knowledge and skills to provide        Provides the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize
          Basic Life Support (BLS) to a victim in an emergency. Necessary for anyone        a victim in need of the Automated External Defibrillation (AED) device
          wishing to become a BLS instructor; follows the guidelines of both the            and to properly use the AED. Enrollment limited to those with current
          American Red Cross and the American Heart Association. Components                 adult CPR certification.
          include one- and two-rescuer CPR and foreign body airway obstruction              Instructor: W. Price, 4 hours.
          (FBAO) in adults, children, and infants. Bag-valve-mask (BVM) and
          Automated External Defibrillation (AED) also included. Successful                 NC 1010-E1      Th      April 23            5:30–9:30 p.m.          No Fee
          completion of a written test is required to receive certification. Required
          book: BLS for the Healthcare Provider, available at the SWC bookstore.            Lifeguard Training
          American Heart Association (AHA) certificate is $5. Please bring a self-          Provides students with skills and information which will help them
          addressed stamped envelope to class to have the certificate mailed to you.        effectively prevent, recognize, and respond to aquatic emergencies including
          Follows the guidelines of the AHA.                                                in-and-out of water skills, CPR for professional rescuer, first aid, open
          Instructor: D. Hawley, 9 hours.                                                   water experience, and cardiovascular and swim conditioning elements.
                                                                                            Certifications include American Red Cross Lifeguard Training with First
          NC 1007-E1 Sat          Jan. 3               8:30   a.m.–6   p.m.   No   Fee      Aid and CPR/PRO. Required materials are the American Red Cross
          NC 1007-E2 Sat          Jan. 24              8:30   a.m.–6   p.m.   No   Fee
                                                                                            Emergency Response textbook, The Lifeguard Participant Manual and
          NC 1007-E3 Sat          Feb. 28              8:30   a.m.–6   p.m.   No   Fee
          NC 1007-E4 Sat          March 14             8:30   a.m.–6   p.m.   No   Fee      pocketmask.
          NC 1007-E5 Sat          March 28             8:30   a.m.–6   p.m.   No   Fee      Instructor: William Price, 36 hours.
          NC 1007-E6 Sat          April 25             8:30   a.m.–6   p.m.   No   Fee
          NC 1007-E7 Sat          May 9                8:30   a.m.–6   p.m.   No   Fee      NC 70-01        Sat     April 18        8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.            No Fee
          NC 1007-E1 Sat          May 30               8:30   a.m.–6   p.m.   No   Fee                      (Pool, SWC Main Campus)
          (Summer 09 Class)                                                                                 Sun     April 19        8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
                                                                                                            F       April 24        5:30–9:30 p.m.
          Basic Life Support (BLS) Instructor                                                               Sat     April 25        8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
                                                                                                            (Pool, SWC Main Campus)
          Designed to advance the Basic Life Support (BLS) provider to the position                         Sun     April 26        8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
          of instructor. Teaches the instructor candidate the components and delivery                       (Pool, SWC Main Campus)
          of cognitive and psychomotor skills training used for BLS training. Requires
          current Health Care Provider CPR card. Must have a signed Instructor              Ocean Lifeguarding for Recreation Assistants
          Candidate Application from an AHA instructor trainer or designated
                                                                                            Provides supplemental training to the student desiring to work as an ocean
          faculty. Students must purchase and bring to class the following books
                                                                                            lifeguard or recreational assistant. Focuses on the skills and knowledge
          available directly from authorized AHA distributors: BLS Instructor
                                                                                            necessary to prevent and respond to emergencies in an ocean, bay, or
          Manual, Core Instructor Manual and Heartsaver Instructor Manual.
                                                                                            beach environment. Emphasizes instruction on maintaining a safe aquatic
          Instructor: D. Cawthon, 16 hours.                                                 environment, demonstration of manipulative skills, injury prevention,
                                                                                            facility surveillance, patron surveillance, and ocean rescue techniques.
          NC 1039-E1      Sat Sun Feb. 7 & 8           8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.       No Fee
                                                                                            Instructor: Staff, 8 hours. Pre-requisite is NC 70.

                                                                                            NC 106-E1       Sat     May 2             8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.          No Fee
          First Aid for Public Safety Personel—Title 22
          Contains first aid skills for public safety personnel as a first responder to
          provide initial care regardless of the emergency. Course is divided into            Art, Music & Crafts
          four units: first responder assessment, specific injuries, muscle and bone
          injuries, and medical emergencies. Meets the skill and knowledge of Title         Jewelry and Metalwork
          22 of the California Code.                                                        Fundamentals of design, construction and fabrication of jewelry and
          Instructor: W. Price, 16 hours.                                                   metalwork.
                                                                                            Instructor: A. Wolf, Room 754.
          NC 15-E1        MTWTh April 27–30            5:30–9:30 p.m.         No Fee
                                                                                            NC 82-60        TTh     Jan. 14–May 22      6–8:50 p.m.             No Fee
          Oxygen Administration for the Professional Rescuer
          Provides the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide




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          care to victims of respiratory emergencies, by using breathing devices such
          as suction, oral and airway adjuncts, resuscitation masks, bag-valve-masks,
          and supplemental oxygen. Follows both the American Red Cross and the                                    For college credit courses
          National Safety Council (Green Cross) guidelines.                                                       call 619-482-6550 or go to
          Instructor: W. Price, 3 hours.
                                                                                                                  www.swccd.edu
          NC 1014-E1      T       April 21             5:30–8:30 p.m.         No Fee




          12     Spring 2009 • Classes                                                    For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376
Scrapbook Creations                                                               Instructor: D. Davis




                                                                                                                                                                 Classes
                                                                                                  Location:   Paradise Valley Manor
Turn your ordinary photo album into an artistic masterpiece and preserve
                                                                                                              2575 E. Eighth Street, National City, 91950
your treasured memories for a lifetime. This scrapbook class is for the
beginner as well as the novice scrapbook hobbyist. Discover how you can           NC 1053-E18 T           Jan. 20–March 17 3:30–5      p.m.           No Fee
create various shapes, designs, and techniques to give your layouts exciting                              No class: 1/27
NEW special effects. During the class you will learn various journaling           NC 1053-E19 M           Feb. 2–March 30 1–2:30       p.m.           No Fee
techniques to tell the story of that fabulous vacation or event. Impress family                           No class: 2/16
                                                                                  NC 1053-E20 T           March 24–May 19 3:30–5       p.m.           No Fee
and friends with a stylish unique scrapbook. The supplies you will receive                                No class: 3/31, 4/7
during class are yours to keep and have a retail value of $23, which includes     NC 1053-E21 M           April 13–May 18 1–2:30       p.m.           No Fee
items used during class: instruction booklet, scrapbook page, page protector,
paper shapes, stickers, die cuts, craft squares, and color markers.               Instructor: D. Davis
Instructor: Carol Wiley, 4 hours. Room 214.                                                       Location:  Sunrise Assisted Care
                                                                                                             3302 Bonita Road., Chula Vista, 91910
CS 119-50       Sat      May 2                9 a.m.–1 p.m.         Fee: $30      NC 1053-E22 M           Feb. 2–March 16 10 a.m.–Noon           No Fee
                (First 10 students receive a free Scrapbook)                                              No class: 2/16
                $15 materials fee paid in class                                   NC 1053-E23 M           March 23–May 4 10 a.m.–Noon            No Fee
                                                                                                          No class: 4/6
Art Therapy
Focuses on the use of art as a therapeutic process for older persons in an        NC Jazz Ensemble
institutional setting. A variety of art media to promote self-expression,         Introduction to jazz ensemble performance including history, theory,
develop coping skills, combat depression, improve mental and emotional            aesthetics, and contemporary criticism of Jazz. Emphasis on performance
status, and improve overall quality of life will be used. 9–12 hours.             techniques and stylistic interpretation in Basic Swing style. Performance
Instructor: J. Jensen                                                             required.
                                                                                  Instructor: J. Pastrana, Room 805.
                Location:    South Bay Adult Day Center
                             301 East J Street, Chula Vista, 91910                NC 77-60      M        Jan. 14–May 22 7–10:50 p.m.                  No Fee
                                                                                  Two and one-half additional hours to be scheduled per week.
NC   1053-E1    WF       Jan. 28–Feb. 20 8–9:30 a.m.                  No   Fee
NC   1053-E2    WF       Jan. 28–Feb. 20 9:30–11 a.m.                 No   Fee    NC Small Performance Groups
NC   1053-E3    WF       Jan. 28–Feb. 20 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.           No   Fee
                                                                                  Opportunity to prepare and perform music for small groups (approx. 2–6).
NC   1053-E4    WF       Feb. 25–March 20 8–9:30 a.m.                 No   Fee
NC   1053-E5    WF       Feb. 25–March 20 9:30–11 a.m.                No   Fee    Groups are formed which fit standard instrumentations and may include
NC   1053-E6    WF       Feb. 25–March 20 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.          No   Fee    rock bands, woodwind, brass, string or percussion groups, vocal groups,
NC   1053-E7    WF       March 25–Apr 17 8–9:30 a.m.                  No   Fee    and commercial ensembles, etc.
NC   1053-E8    WF       March 25–Apr 17 9:30–11 a.m.                 No   Fee    Instructor: S. Walton, J. Pastrana, M. Frigon, V. Bezkrov Room
NC   1053-E9    WF       March 25–Apr 17 11a.m.–12:30 p.m.            No   Fee
NC   1053-E10   WF       April 22–May 15 8–9:30 a.m.                  No   Fee
                                                                                  805/801/802.
NC   1053-E11   WF       April 22–May 15 9:30–11 a.m.                 No   Fee
                                                                                  NC 78-01        W       Jan. 14–May 22 4–6:50 p.m.                  No Fee
NC   1053-E12   WF       April 22–May 15 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.           No   Fee
                                                                                                  Jazz Improvisation
                                                                                  NC 78-03        MW      Jan. 14 –May 22 4–5:50 p.m.                 No Fee
Instructor: J. Jensen                                                                             AfroCuban Emphasis
                Location:    Fredericka Manor Care Center                         NC 78-05        MW      Jan. 14 –May 22 2–3:50 p.m.                 No Fee
                             111 3rd Ave., Chula Vista, 91910                                     Samba/Bossanova Emphasis
                                                                                  NC 78-10        M       Jan. 14–May 22 Noon–1:50 p.m.               No Fee
NC 1053-E13 F            Jan. 30–Feb. 27      1–3:15 p.m.             No Fee                      One additional hour to be scheduled per week.
NC 1053-E14 F            March 6–April 3      1–3:15 p.m.             No Fee                      Jazz Ensemble Emphasis
NC 1053-E15 F            April 10–May 8       1–3:15p.m.              No Fee      NC 78-60        M       Jan. 14–May 22 6–7:50 p.m.                  No Fee
                                                                                                  Guitar Ensemble Emphasis
Instructor: D. Davis
                Location:    George Glenner Alzheimer Family Center
                             280 Saylor Dr., Chula Vista, 91910                   NC Chamber Singers
                                                                                  Ensemble for the advanced choral musician, in which aural and score
NC 1053-E16 W            Jan. 14–March 4 3:30–5 p.m.                  No Fee
                                                                                  analysis of choral masterworks from classical eras to the present are
NC 1053-E17 W            March 11–May 6 3:30–5 p.m.                   No Fee
                                                                                  analyzed, interpreted, and performed. Representative compositions are
                                                                                  studied in terms of historical perspective, performance practice, and style.




     Enroll Early!
                                                                                  Audition and participation in public performance required.
                                                                                  Instructor: C. Delto Room 801.

                                                                                  NC 79-01        MWF Jan. 14–May 22 11–11:50 a.m.                    No Fee
                                                                                                  Jazz Improvisation Emphasis




For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376                                                   Classes • Spring 2009           13
          NC Concert Choir                                                                     NC Beginning Ceramics
Classes

          Choral ensemble for music students with aural and score analysis of                  Design and construction of hand-built clay forms using a variety of
          choral literature from traditional classics to the present. Emphasis is on           techniques. Introduction to use potters wheel. Emphasis on form and its
          historical context, performance practice, style, and interpretation. Public          enhancement through surface enrichment of natural clay.
          performance required.                                                                Instructors: J. Lewis/J. Thompson, Room 712.
          Instructor: T. Russell, Room 801.
                                                                                               NC 83-01        TTh     Jan. 14–May 22       Noon–2:50 p.m.
          NC 80-60         TTh     Jan. 14–May 22        7–9:50 p.m.             No Fee
                                                                                               NC 83 -60       MW      Jan. 14–May 22       6–8:50 p.m.
          NC Music Rhythms of Africa
          Observation and imitation of the participation in African music with
                                                                                                     Courses designated with the symbol NC
          emphasis on historical and contemporary music genres. Practical instruction
          in traditional African instruments and vocal techniques, historical and                    are noncredit classes that are also available
          cultural aspects of indigenous musical traditions, and related art forms.                  for college credit.
          Instructor: T. Caschetta, Room 805.
                                                                                                     For information about college credit classes,
          NC 81-01         TTh     Jan. 14–May 22        Noon–1:15 p.m.          No Fee
                                                                                                     please visit: www.swccd.edu
          NC Printmaking
          Design and production of original prints utilizing a variety of materials
          and techniques including intaglio, etching, relief printing, calligraphy,
          embossing, and lino printing.                                                          Home and Entertaining
          Instructor: S. Pelah Room 752.                                                       Organize Your Life and Have More Time for Fun—Clutter
                                                                                               Control Solutions for your Home
          NC 84-01         TTh     Jan. 14–May 22        8–10:50 a.m.            No Fee
                                                                                               Learn to organize your life so you have time to do the things you really
          NC Sculpture                                                                         want to do. Discover how to have more quality time by learning how to
                                                                                               organize paperwork, clutter, and finances. Covers techniques for overcoming
          Creative design in materials such as clay, wood, stone, plaster, plastics, and
                                                                                               procrastination.
          metal. Personal development of style, content, and symbolism.
                                                                                               Instructor: N. McGraw, 4 hours. Room 1683.
          Instructor: M. Rendon Ober, Room 754.
                                                                                               NC 1015-50      Sat     Jan. 24              9 a.m.–1 p.m.          No Fee
          NC 85-01         MW      Jan. 14–May 22        Noon–2:50 p.m.          No Fee
                                                                                               Learn effective techniques and strategies to combat the growing problem of
                                                                                               clutter in your home environment. Discover new ways to make your living
          NC Painting                                                                          space efficient, less stressful, and aesthetically pleasing. Emphasis will be
          Painting activity with emphasis on the study of color and structure. Includes        placed on streamlining and simplifying.
          techniques and materials, both traditional and experimental.
          Instructor: M. Schnorr, Room 755.                                                    NC 1015-51      Sat     March 21             9 a.m.–1 p.m.          No Fee
                                                                                               Learn effective techniques and strategies to combat the growing problem of
          NC 86-01         MW      Jan. 14–May 22        Noon–2:50 p.m.          No Fee        clutter in your home environment. Discover new ways to make your living
                                                                                               space efficient, less stressful, and aesthetically pleasing. Emphasis will be
          NC Mariachi Ensemble                                                                 placed on streamlining and simplifying.
          An ensemble for all students interested in learning to play and sing Mariachi.
          Emphasis on learning to play Mariachi instruments (violin, trumpet, guitar,
          vihuela, guitarron, flute) in the proper style, playing well as part of a group,     Organize Your Life and Have More Time for Fun—
          and learning to differentiate Mariachi from other Mexican music.                     Controlling Household Information
          Instructor: J. Nevin, Room 801/805.                                                  Learn to organize your life so you have time to do the things you really
          Additional hours to be scheduled per section.                                        want to do. Discover how to have more quality time by learning how to
                                                                                               organize paperwork, clutter, and finances. Covers techniques for overcoming
          NC 87-01         W       Jan. 14–May 22        3–5:50 p.m.              No Fee       procrastination.
          NC 87-03         M       Jan. 14–May 22        5–6:50 p.m.(Intermediate)No Fee
                                                                                               Instructor: N. McGraw, 4 hours. Room 1684.
          NC 87-60         T       Jan. 14–May 22        6–8:50 p.m.(Advanced) No Fee
                                                                                               NC 1015-52      Sat     Feb. 21              9 a.m.–1 p.m.          No Fee



               8 www.swccd.edu
                                 For college credit courses                                    This class is aimed at establishing the awareness, knowledge, and skills to
                                                                                               successfully manage the steady system of paperwork that flows through your
                                 call 619-482-6550 or go to                                    home everyday. Learn effective ways to handle your busy schedule, process
                                                                                               mail, evaluate important documents, establish a personal filing system, and
                                                                                               keep piles from accumulating on your counters, floor, and desk.



          14     Spring 2009 • Classes                                                       For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376
Feng Shui—Add Beauty in Your Home and Office                                    Tai Chi




                                                                                                                                                              Classes
Learn how a few strategic changes to the environment in your home or            Tai Chi (or taiji) is a slow, non-contact exercise stressing balance,
business can help make it become a comfortable destination that reflects        coordination, and flexibility. Taught all over the world and practiced as a
peace and harmony. Healthy surroundings have a positive effect on mental        health exercise, it is very popular with people of all ages.
and emotional health. You’ll learn the basic theory and philosophy behind       Instructor: S. Evans, 24 hours.
this dynamic system of how to use structure and color to soothe your well-                     Location:   Veterans Home
being. Observe and experience how color, signs, creating positive energy,                                  700 E. Naples, Chula Vista, 91911
placement of items and other visual, audio, and kinesthetic Feng Shui
tools may be utilized. It doesn’t cost more to do it with Feng Shui! Class      NC 32-E1       Sat      Jan. 24–March 21 9 a.m.–Noon               No Fee
                                                                                                        No class: 2/14
is limited to 25, register early.                                               NC 32-E2       Sat      March 28–May 23 9 a.m.–Noon                No Fee
Instructor: Marilyn Ryall, 4 hours. Room 1684.                                                          No class: 4/11

CS 15-50        Sat     March 21             9 a.m.–1 p.m.         Fee: $35     Body Dynamics and Aging Process
                                                                                Instruction and conditioning for the maintenance of physical well-being.
  Wellness and Fitness                                                          The course will focus on deep breathing, circulation, flexibility, stamina,
                                                                                body awareness, and rhythmic movements. Techniques are adapted for
NEW! Change your Energy- Change your Life                                       older adults. 26–36 hours.
Participants will learn about the seven Chakras energy centers within the
body and how to energize their centers, which will lead to greater health       NC 34-E1       MT       Jan. 20–March 24 9:30–11:30 a.m.           No Fee
                                                                                                        No class: 2/16
benefits. Students will also learn techniques to send healing energy to
essential parts of the body. Moreover, they will learn how the energy affects                  Instructor: M. Hartman
                                                                                               Location:   South Bay Adult Day Health Center
the physical body, which will help them get in touch with the ties between
                                                                                                           301 East J Street, Chula Vista, 91910
the mind and body, so they can better understand the body, how emotions
can hurt or help heal the body.                                                 NC 34-E2       MT       March 30–May19 9:30–11:30 a.m.             No Fee
Students: please bring notebook to be able to take effective notes.                                     No class: 3/31
Instructor: Martha Urias-Islas. 4 hours. Room TBA.                                             Instructor: M. Hartman
                                                                                               Location:   South Bay Adult Day Health Center
CS 176-50       Sat     Feb. 7–14        1–3 p.m.                  Fee: $55                                301 East J Street, Chula Vista, 91910
CS 176-51       Sat     March 28–April 4 1–3 p.m.                  Fee: $55
                                                                                NC 34-E3       TTh     Jan. 15–April 16 9–10:30 a.m.               No Fee
                                                                                               No class: 3/31, 4/6–4/12
Hard Core Latin—Dance Fitness
Hard Core Latin is a unique, exciting fitness program based on exercises                       Instructor: J. Acosta
                                                                                               Location:   Casa De Servicios Rec. Room
used by Latin and Ballroom dancers to stay in shape. Learn how to stretch                                  1188 Beyer Way, San Diego, 92154
and strengthen your body with Yoga and Pilates moves; then get ready for
cardiovascular conditioning with Latin dance actions from dances like           NC 34-E4       TTh     Jan. 15–April 16     10:45 a.m.–12:15 p.m. No Fee
Cha-Cha, Samba, Rumba, Salsa, and Jive! Get swept away by the fun of                           No class: 3/31, 4/6–12
dance, while strengthening and toning your body.                                               Instructor: J. Acosta
Instructor: Martha Urias-Islas. 12 hours. Room 1006.                                           Location:   St. John’s Church
                                                                                                           760 First Avenue, Chula Vista, 91910
CS 172-50       Sat     Jan. 10–May 9     10:30–11:30 a.m. Fee: $95
                        No class: 1/24, 2/21, 3/7, 3/21, 4/11, 4/18             NC 34-E5       TWTh April 14–May 21 8:45–10:45 a.m.                No Fee
                                                                                               Instructor: J. Acosta
                                                                                               Location:   Casa De Servicios Rec. Room
                                                                                                           1188 Beyer Way, San Diego, 92154

     Everything you need                                                        NC 34-E6       TWTh April 14–May 21 11 a.m.–1 p.m.                 No Fee

     at your fingertips!                                                                       Instructor: J. Acosta
                                                                                               Location:   St. John’s Church
                                                                                                           760 First Avenue, Chula Vista, 91910
    Visit www.swccd.edu and apply online.
    Click on WebAdvisor
    to Enroll Online, view semester
    grades, registration
    statements, pay
    course fees, and
    more!
                                                                                                  Enroll Early!
                                                                                               Don’t Wait—Help Us Avoid
                                                                                                     Cancellations


For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376                                                Classes • Spring 2009           15
          Strength Training for Older Adults
Classes

          This training is specifically designed for older adults. Students can stand or



                                                                                                 CalWORKs
          sit while exercising. Strength training exercises will enhance and promote
          strength and balance skills, trunk, abdominal, back strength, mobility and
          agility skills, and awareness of proper body alignment and mechanics.
          18–36 hours.

          NC 99-E1        MWF Jan. 14–April 3      8:30–9:30 a.m.
                          No class: 1/19, 1/30, 2/2, 2/13, 2/16
                                                                               No Fee
                                                                                                 can help
                                                                                                 you!
                          Instructor: A. Solis
                          Location:    St. Charles Church
                                       990 Saturn Blvd., San Diego, 92154

          NC 99-E2        MWF Jan. 14–April 3      10–11 a.m.                  No Fee
                          No class: 1/19, 1/30, 2/2, 2/13, 2/16
                          Instructor: A. Solis
                          Location:    St. Charles Church
                                       990 Saturn Blvd., San Diego, 92154

          NC 99-E3        MWF      April 13–May 22 8:30–9:30 a.m.
                          Instructor: A. Solis
                                                                               No Fee
                                                                                                 Were you on welfare
                          Location:    St. Charles Church
                                       990 Saturn Blvd., San Diego, 92154                        within the last 24 months
          NC 99-E4        MWF      April 13–May 22 10–11 a.m.
                          Instructor: A. Solis
                                                                               No Fee
                                                                                                 and are now working
                          Location:    St. Charles Church
                                       990 Saturn Blvd., San Diego, 92154                        part-time?
          NC 99-E5        T      Jan. 20–May 19         1–3 p.m.               No Fee
                          No class: 3/31, 4/7
                          Instructor: R. Alcantara
                          Location:    Golden Paradise                                           Are you barely earning
                                       2525 Highland Ave., National City, 91950

          NC 99-E6        F      Jan. 23–May 22         12:30–2:30 p.m.        No Fee
                                                                                                 enough money to stay
                          No class: 2/13, 4/10
                          Instructor: R. Alcantara
                                                                                                 off welfare?
                          Location:    ARC- San Diego/Chula Vista
                                       1280 Nolan Ave., Chula Vista, 91911

          NC 99-E7        TF     March 13–May 22 9:30–11:30 a.m.               No Fee
                          No class: 3/31, 4/7, 4/10
                          Instructor: R. Alcantara
                          Location:    Open Arms Adult Day Facility
                                       540 National City Blvd., National City, 91950

          NC 99-E8        M      Jan. 26–May 18         1–3 p.m.               No Fee
                          No class: 4/6
                          Instructor: R. Alcantara
                          Location:    Windsor Gardens
                                       220 E. 24th Street, National City, 91950




                                  ed2go
                               Online Classes
                       January 21, February 18,
                    March 18, April 15, and May 20


          16     Spring 2009 • Classes                                                     For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376
  Southwestern College Tennis Center




                                                                                                                                                                    Tennis Center
Staff                                                                             Drills, Skills, and Match Play Junior Skill Development
Susan Reasons, SWC Tennis Center Director, SWC Head Women’s                       Program (Ages 9–17)
Tennis Coach, B.A. Physical Education, California Community College               Students can enroll into this clinic who demonstrate completion of
Teaching Credential, SWC Exercise Science Tennis Instructor, PTR                  advanced level skills. In this clinic we will be doing a variety of play drills
Certified Tennis Instructor: Fernando Mendez, SWC Tennis Center                   to improve skills already developed and work on cardio endurance plus an
Instructor, Director of Tennis Academy. Lani Morris, SWC Women’s                  emphasis on footwork training.
Assistant Intercollegiate Tennis Coach.                                           Instructors: Susan Reasons, Lani Morris, 2 hours per week.

The Tennis Center offers various programs for Juniors and Adults through                          F       4:30–6:30 p.m.                              Fee: $80
group clinics and also private instruction. Courts are also available for use                     (4-week session)
when no classes or activities are scheduled. On-site registration at the Tennis
Center only. Flyers available at the Tennis Center for each program.              Tennis Academy Junior Program: Beginning Level
                                                                                  Clinics are for the first-time novice beginners through advanced students
Beginning Junior Skill Development Program                                        who learn skill development and progress through the levels at their own
(Ages 4–17)                                                                       pace. Students must be proficient in the basic skills before entering higher-
Clinics are for the first-time beginners through advanced students who            level classes. Register early! Classes do fill. Beginning, intermediate, and
learn skill development and progress through the levels at their own pace.        advanced levels available. Pre-registration required. Classes run year-round.
Students must be proficient in the basic skills before entering higher-level      New classes starting monthly.
classes. Register early! Classes do fill. Intermediate, and advanced levels       Instructor: Fernando Mendez, 2 hours per week.
also available. Pre-registration required. Classes run year-round. New
                                                                                                  TTh     4–5 p.m.                                    Fee: $80
classes starting monthly.
                                                                                                  (4-week session)
Instructors: Susan Reasons, Lani Morris, 1.5 hours per week ages 7-17
and 1 hour per week ages 4-6.                                                     Tennis Academy Junior Program: Intermediate Level
                M       6–7:30 p.m.                                 Fee: $75      Focuses on more development of groundstrokes to include consistency and
                (5-week session, ages 7-17)                                       placement. Development of consistency and placement of serves from the
                W       5:30–7 p.m.                                 Fee: $75      baseline. Rallys from mini-tennis court areas and basic games, as well as
                (5-week session, ages 7-17)                                       introduction of volleys.
                W       4:30–5:30 p.m.                              Fee: $60      Instructor: Fernando Mendez, 3 hours per week.
                (6-week session, ages 4–6)
                                                                                                  TTh     5–6:30 p.m.                                Fee: $120
Intermediate Junior Skill Development Program                                                     (4-week session)
(Ages 7–17)
Focuses on more development of groundstrokes to include consistency and           Tennis Academy Junior Program: Advanced Level
placement. Development of consistency and placement of serves from the            Further growth with rallying of full court with groundstrokes. Using serves
baseline. Rallys from mini-tennis court areas and basic games, as well as         to start games, addition of scoring, and net game improvement to include
introduction of volleys.                                                          volleys and overheads. Game playing of singles and doubles.
Instructors: Susan Reasons, Lani Morris, 1.5 hours per week.                      Instructor: Fernando Mendez, 3 hours per week.

                M       4:30–6 p.m.                                 Fee: $75                      TTh     6:30–8 p.m.                                Fee: $120
                (5-week session)                                                                  (4-week session)
                W       9–7:30 p.m.                                 Fee: $75
                (5-week session)                                                  Tennis Academy Junior Program: Competition Level
                                                                                  Further growth with rallying of full court with groundstrokes. Using serves
Advanced Junior Skill Development Program                                         to start games, addition of scoring, and net game improvement to include
(Ages 7–17)                                                                       volleys and overheads. Game playing of singles and doubles.
Further growth with rallying of full court with groundstrokes. Using serves       Instructor: Fernando Mendez, 3 hours per week.
to start games, addition of scoring, and net game improvement to include
volleys and overheads. Game playing of singles and doubles.                                       MF      6:30–8 p.m.                                Fee: $120
Instructors: Susan Reasons, Lani Morris, 1.5 hours per week.                                      (4-week session)

                M       4:30–6 p.m.                                 Fee: $75      Junior Tennis Tournaments Coming To SWC Tennis Center
                (5-week session)                                                  Call 619-421-6622/Coach Susan Reasons for information on registration,
                W       6–7:30 p.m.                                 Fee: $75
                (5-week session)
                                                                                  fees, or entry forms. Check out the SWC’ Women’s Athletics page for more
                                                                                  information on Coach Reasons and Coach Morris and the Intercollegiate
                                                                                  Tennis Program at www.swccd.edu.



For registration information, call the Tennis Center at 619-421-6622                                                 Tennis Center • Spring 2009             17
                         ed2go Online Classes Via the Internet
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                       Update your skills, discover a new talent, or chart a
                       career path at your own pace and at your convenience
                       with our great selection of online courses!
                       Each course runs for six weeks and consists of 12 lessons. The lessons
                       are supplemented by interactive quizzes, assignments, tutorials, and
                       online discussion areas available via the World Wide Web. Read your
                       lessons and ask questions of your instructor at the times most convenient
                       to you. These classes do not offer college credit.

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                         • For a demonstration of an actual course, go to
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                         information about your course. You will also be provided an                 more information.
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                         access your course. This step is critical! You cannot access your           You will be able to download a letter of completion at the end of
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                       • When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center            Fees are nonrefundable two weeks after the class starts.
                         and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in
                         with the name and password you provided during orientation.



                                                                                                     ETG-215         Advanced A+ Certification                           $105
                        Internet and Web Design                                                      ETG-218         Keyboarding                                          $85
                                                                                                     ETG-220         101 Tips and Tricks for the iMac and Macintosh       $85
                       Cse. No.        Course                                               Fee      ETG-225         Performing Payroll With QuickBooks                   $85
                       ETG-100         Introduction to the Internet                        $85                       (requires QuickBooks and Intuit Payroll Services)
                       ETG-101         Creating Web Pages                                  $85       ETG-228         Microsoft Windows Certification Prep:               $105
                       ETG-110         Introduction to Outlook 2003                        $85                       Exam 70-270
                       ETG-111         Achieving Top Search Engine Positions               $85       ETG-241         Introduction to Database Development                 $85
                                                                                                     ETG-242         Introduction to Networking                           $85
                                                                                                     ETG-243         Intermediate Networking                              $85
                                                                                                     ETG-244         Computer Skills for the Workplace                    $85
                        Computers                                                                    ETG-245         Creating a Home or Small Office Network              $85
                       Cse. No.        Course                                               Fee      ETG-246         Introduction to SQL                                  $85
                       ETG-200         Introduction to PC Troubleshooting                  $85       ETG-248         Intermediate Oracle                                  $85
                       ETG-201         Introduction to Windows XP                          $85       ETG-249         C+ for the Absolute Beginner                        $105
                       ETG-205         Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2003                $85
                       ETG-206         Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2003                   $85
                       ETG-207         Introduction to Microsoft Access 2003               $85        Tech Prep and Special Interest
                       ETG-208         Intermediate Microsoft Access 2003                  $85
                       ETG-209         Introduction to Microsoft Word 2003                 $85       Cse. No.        Course                                                Fee
                       ETG-210         Intermediate Microsoft Word 2003                    $85       ETG-300         Write Like A Pro                                     $85
                       ETG-211         Advanced Microsoft Word 2003                        $85       ETG-301         The Craft of Magazine Writing                        $85
                       ETG-212         Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2003           $85       ETG-304         A to Z Grant Writing                                 $85
                       ETG-213         Basic A+ Certification                             $105       ETG-305         Debt Elimination Techniques that Work                $85
                       ETG-214         Intermediate A+ Certification                      $105       ETG-306         GRE Preparation 1                                    $85




                       18         Spring 2009 • ed2go Online Classes                               For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376
ETG-307        GRE Preparation 2                                $85




                                                                                                                    ed2go Online Classes
ETG-308        LSAT Preparation 1                               $85
ETG-309        LSAT Preparation 2                               $85
ETG-312        Writeriffic: Creativity Training for Writers     $85
ETG-313        Travel Writing                                   $85
ETG-314        Speed Spanish                                    $85
ETG-315        Grammar for ESL                                  $85
ETG-316        Medical Terminology                              $85
ETG-317        Introduction to Natural Health and Healing       $85
ETG-318        GMAT Preparation                                 $85
ETG-319        Discover Digital Photography                     $85
ETG-320        Guiding Kids on the Internet                     $85
ETG-321        Your Family Tree—Genealogy Basics                $85
ETG-322        Learn to Sell on eBAY                            $85
ETG-342        Achieving Success with Difficult People          $85
ETG-343        Outdoor Survival Techniques                      $85
ETG-344        Solving Classroom Discipline Problems            $85
ETG-345        Stocks, Bonds, and Investing                     $85
ETG-348        Fundamentals of Technical Writing                $85
ETG-349        Keys to Effective Editing                        $85
ETG-351        Writing Great Technical Documents                $85
ETG-352        Write Your Life Story                            $85



 Small Business
Cse. No.       Course                                          Fee
ETG-400        Start and Operate Your Own Home-Based Business $85
ETG-401        Marketing Your Business on the Internet        $85
ETG-405        Start Your Own Consulting Business             $85



 Management and Business
Cse. No.       Course                                            Fee
ETG-628        Purchasing Fundamentals                         $105
ETG-651        Understanding the Human Resources Function      $105
ETG-652        Accounting Fundamentals                         $105
ETG-653        Total Quality Fundamentals                      $105
ETG-654        Purchasing Applications                         $105




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                                        ROP Courses
Regional Occupational Program (ROP)


                                        Tuition-Free Career/Technical Training Courses!
                                      ROP Works!
                                      SPRING 2009—ENROLL NOW                                                  A current SWC Student
                                                                                                              I.D. # is required for
                                      Call (619) 482-6377 for registration information                        Registration.

                                                                                                              To obtain a SWC Student I.D.
                                      You will receive a certificate of completion at the                     #, please visit the Admissions Office in Room S101 in the
                                      end of each class.                                                      Student Services Center in the Cesar Chavez Building
                                                                                                              #1400 or apply on line at: www.swccd.edu. You will
                                                                                                              receive a registration appointment via mail or e-mail for
                                      You May Register for ROP Courses:                                       spring 2009.
                                        • On-line at www.swccd.edu (click on WebAdvisor)
                                        • T-REG, Telephone (619) 482-9057
                                        • In the Admissions Office, Room S101 on the Chula                    Plan for the Future,
                                          Vista campus
                                        • In the ROP Office, Room 213B at Main Campus                         Prepare for a Better Job!
                                        • In the Higher Education Center at National City
                                        • In the Higher Education Center at Otay Mesa



                                       Accounting/Payroll                                                     Digital Imaging                                           (3 Units)
                                                                                                              (Recommended Prep: ART 121 or ART 159—Graphic Design-Draw or
                                      Accounting Computerized                                     (3 Units)   equivalent)
                                      (Recommended Prep: Bookkeeping or Accounting Class) Using QuickBooks    ART 192 60 6–9 p.m.                      MW            Room 517
                                      Pro                                                                     (42612)     Beg: 1/14/09 End: 5/18/09
                                                                                                                          For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
                                      ACCT 4 60     6:30–9:15 p.m.               MW              Room 227     ART 192 61 6–9 p.m.                      MW            Room 517
                                      (42372)       Beg: 1/14/09 End: 5/18/09                                 (42613)     Beg: 1/14/09 End: 5/18/09
                                                    For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.                            Not for college credit. No fees required.
                                      ACCT 4 61     6:30–8:30 p.m.               MW              Room 227
                                      (42373)       Beg: 1/14/09 End: 5/18/09
                                                    Not for college credit. No fees required.                  Automotive Technology
                                                                                                              Small Industrial Engine Repair                            (2 Units)
                                       Arts & Computer Graphics                                               AT 145 60    6:30–10:30 p.m.              MW              Room 596
                                                                                                              (42649)      Beg: 1/14/09 End: 3/4/09
                                      Graphic Design—Layout                                       (3 Units)                For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
                                      ART 159 01    8–8:55 a.m.                  MW              Room 704B    AT 145 61    6:30–10:30 p.m.              MW              Room 596
                                      (42579)       9–11:25 a.m.                 MW               Room 703    (42650)      Beg: 1/14/09 End: 3/4/09
                                                    Beg: 1/14/09 End: 5/18/09                                              Not for college credit. No fees required.
                                                    For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.                AT 145 62    6:30–9:50 p.m.               MW              Room 596
                                      ART 159 02    8–8:55 a.m.                  MW              Room 704B    (45953)      Beg: 3/16/09 End: 5/13/09
                                      (42580)       9–11:25 a.m.                 MW               Room 703                 For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
                                                    Beg: 1/14/09 End: 5/18/09                                 AT 145 63    6:30–9:50 p.m.               MW              Room 596
                                                    Not for college credit. No fees required.                 (45954)      Beg: 3/16/09 End: 5/13/09
                                                                                                                           Not for college credit. No fees required.
                                      Graphic Design–Draw                                         (3 Units)
                                      ART 161 01    Noon–1:05 p.m.               MW              Room 704B    Medium Industrial Engine Repair                           (2 Units)
                                      (42585)       1:05–3:20 p.m.               MW               Room 703    AT 146 60    6:30–10:30 p.m.              MW              Room 596
                                                    Beg: 1/14/09 End: 5/18/09                                 (42651)      Beg: 1/14/09 End: 3/4/09
                                                    For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.                             For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
                                      ART 161 02    Noon–1:05 p.m.               MW              Room 704B    AT 146 61    6:30–10:30 p.m.              MW              Room 596
                                      (42586)       1:05–3:20 p.m.               MW               Room 703    (42652)      Beg: 1/14/09 End: 3/4/09
                                                    Beg: 1/14/09 End: 5/18/09                                              Not for college credit. No fees required.
                                                    Not for college credit. No fees required.




                                      20       Spring 2009 • Regional Occupational Program (ROP)                           For registration information, call ROP at 619-482-6377
                                                                           Small Outboard Marine Engine Repair                       (2 Units)




                                                                                                                                                 Regional Occupational Program (ROP)
AT 146 62      6:30–9:50 p.m.               MW                Room 596
(45955)        Beg: 3/16/09 End: 5/13/09                                   AT 151 50    9–11:30 a.m.                 Sat             Room 595
               For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.                  (45971)      Noon–5:05 p.m.               Sat             Room 595
AT 146 63      6:30–9:50 p.m.               MW                Room 596                  Beg: 3/21/09 End: 5/9/09
(45956)        Beg: 3/16/09 End: 5/13/09                                                For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
               Not for college credit. No fees required.
                                                                           AT 151 51    9–11:30 a.m.                 Sat             Room 595
Advanced Industrial Engine Repair                              (2 Units)   (45974)      Noon–5:05 p.m.               Sat             Room 595
AT 147 60      6:30–10:30 p.m.              MW                Room 596                  Beg: 3/21/09 End: 5/9/09
(42653)        Beg: 1/14/09 End: 3/4/09                                                 Not for college credit. No fees required.
               For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
AT 147 61      6:30–10:30 p.m.              MW                Room 596



                                                                                          Enroll Early!
(42654)        Beg: 1/14/09 End: 3/4/09
               Not for college credit. No fees required.
AT 147 62      6:30–9:50 p.m.               MW                Room 596
(45957)        Beg: 3/16/09 End: 5/13/09
               For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.                      Don’t Wait—Help Us Avoid Cancellations
AT 147 63      6:30–9:50 p.m.               MW                Room 596
(45958)        Beg: 3/16/09 End: 5/13/09
               Not for college credit. No fees required.

Small Motorcycle Engine Repair                                 (2 Units)   Large Outboard Marine Engine Repair                       (2 Units)
AT 148 60      6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh               Room 595     AT 152 50    9–11:30 a.m.                 Sat             Room 595
(45959)        Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09                                    (45972)      Noon–5:05 p.m.               Sat             Room 595
               For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.                               Beg: 3/21/09 End: 5/9/09
AT 148 61      6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh               Room 595                  For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
(45962)        Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09                                    AT 152 51    9–11:30 a.m.                 Sat             Room 595
               Not for college credit. No fees required.                   (45975)      Noon–5:05 p.m.               Sat             Room 595
AT 148 62      6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh               Room 595                  Beg: 3/21/09 End: 5/9/09
(45965)        Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09                                                Not for college credit. No fees required.
               Not for college credit. No fees required.
AT 148 63      6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh               Room 595     Advanced Outboard Marine Engine Repair                    (2 Units)
(45968)        Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09                                   AT 153 50    9–11:30 a.m.                 Sat             Room 595
               Not for college credit. No fees required.                   (45953)      Noon–5:05 p.m.               Sat             Room 595
                                                                                        Beg: 3/21/09 End: 5/9/09
Large Motorcycle Engine Repair                                 (2 Units)                For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
AT 149 60      6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh               Room 595     AT 153 51    9–11:30 a.m.                 Sat             Room 595
(45960)        Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09                                    (45976)      Noon–5:05 p.m.               Sat             Room 595
               For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.                               Beg: 3/21/09 End: 5/9/09
AT 149 61      6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh               Room 595                  Not for college credit. No fees required.
(45963)        Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09
               Not for college credit. No fees required.                   Welding/Exhaust System Fab. & Install                     (3 Units)
AT 148 62      6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh               Room 595     AT 103 60    6–9 p.m.                     TTh             Room 590
(45966)        Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09                                   (45944)      Beg: 1/15/09 End: 5/19/09
               Not for college credit. No fees required.                                For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
AT 148 63      6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh               Room 595     AT 103 61    6–9 p.m.                     TTh             Room 590
(45969)        Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09                                   (45945)      Beg: 1/15/09 End: 5/19/09
               Not for college credit. No fees required.                                Not for college credit. No fees required.

Advanced Motorcycle Engine Repair                              (2 Units)
                                                                            Computer Applications
(Prerequisite: AT 148 and AT 149—Small & Large Motorcycle     Repair)
AT 150 60        6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh             Room 595     Software Technologies for the Work Place                  (3 Units)
(45961)          Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09                                  CIS 92 01    1–3:45 p.m.                  MW              Room 227
                 For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.                (43023)      Beg: 1/14/09 End: 5/18/09
AT 150 61        6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh             Room 595                  For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
(45964)          Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09                                  CIS 92 02    1–3:45 p.m.                  MW              Room 227
                 Not for college credit. No fees required.                 (43024)      Beg: 1/14/09 End: 5/18/09
AT 150 62        6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh             Room 595                  Not for college credit. No fees Required.
(45967)          Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09                                 CIS 92 50    8 a.m.–1:35 p.m.             Sat             Room 205
                 For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.                (43025)      Beg: 1/17/09 End: 5/18/09
AT 150 63        6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh             Room 595                  For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
(45970)          Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09                                  CIS 92 51    8 a.m.–1:35 p.m.             Sat             Room 205
                 Not for college credit. No fees required.                 (43026)      Beg: 1/17/09 End: 5/18/09
                                                                                        Not for college credit. No fees Required.




For registration information, call ROP at 619-482-6377                          Regional Occupational Program (ROP) • Spring 2009          21
                                                                                                                     Office Automation Equipment Repair                            (2 Units)
Regional Occupational Program (ROP)
                                       Computer Information Systems
                                                                                                                     CIS 14 01     8–11:20 a.m.                 MW                Room 541
                                      Microcomputer Repair & Service                                    (2 Units)    (45824)       Beg: 3/16/09 End: 5/13/09                      Room 541
                                      CIS 10A 01      8–11:30 a.m.                 TTh                Room 544                     For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
                                      (42987)         Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09                                       CIS 14 02     8–11:20 a.m.                 MW                Room 541
                                                      For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.                     (45071)       Beg: 3/16/09 End: 5/13/09
                                      CIS 10A 02      8–11:30 a.m.                 TTh                Room 544                     Not for college credit. No fees required.
                                      (42988)         Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09
                                                      Not for college credit. No fees required.                        Culinary Arts
                                      CIS 10A 60      6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh                Room 544
                                      (42991)         Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09                                       Professional Pastry Design and Decorating                     (3 Units)
                                                      For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.                     CA 185 01     4–6:15 p.m.                  T                Room CAF3
                                      CIS 10A 61      6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh                Room 544       (42850)       6:45–10:05 p.m.                              Room CAF Kit
                                      (42992)         Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09                                                     Beg: 1/20/09 End: 5/19/09
                                                      Not for college credit. No fees required.                                    For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
                                                                                                                     CA 181 02     4–6:15 p.m.                  T                Room CAF3
                                      Microcomputer Hardware/Software Upgrade                           (2 Units)    (42851)       6:45–10:05 p.m.                              Room CAF Kit
                                      (Recommended Prep: CIS/ELEC 10A—Computer Repair & Service or                                 Beg: 1/20/09 End: 5/19/09
                                      Equivalent)                                                                                  Not for college credit. No fees required.
                                      CIS 10B 01  8–11:30 a.m.                 TTh           Room 544




                                                                                                                    8
                                      (45808)     Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09
                                                  For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
                                      CIS 10B 02  8–11:30 a.m.                 TTh           Room 544
                                      (45809)     Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09
                                                  Not for college credit. No fees required.
                                       CIS 10B 60 6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh           Room 544
                                      (45820)     Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09
                                                  For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
                                                                                                                              For college credit courses
                                      CIS 10B 61
                                      (45821)
                                                  6:30–10 p.m.
                                                  Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09
                                                                               TTh           Room 544                         call 619-482-6550 or go to
                                                                                                                              www.swccd.edu
                                                  Not for college credit. No fees required.




                                           Have you taken a noncredit course, or maybe completed one of the certificate programs, and now you’re
                                           wondering what other educational opportunities you can take advantage of at Southwestern College?

                                                                   It’s	time	to	EXPLORE YOUR NEXT STEPS
                                                                   and	DISCOVER THE KEYS	to

                                           Qualified	 noncredit	 students	 can	 attend	 an	
                                           orientation	and	meet	with	a	counselor	to	explore	
                                           academic	 program	 opportunities	 and	 services	
                                           available	through	Southwestern	College.
                                                                                                    Success!
                                              The type of information covered includes topics such as:
                                               •	 Exploring	career	options	and	choosing	life/career	goals
                                               •	 Identifying	your	current	skills	levels–know	your	starting	place
                                               •	 Making	the	transition	to	college.	Yes,	you	really	can	make	it	as	a	successful	
                                                  college	student	while	also	juggling	the	other	important	areas	of	your	life
                                               •	 Becoming	aware	of	the	many	campus	services	and	resources	available
                                               •	 How	to	pay	for	college–maybe	you	are	elegible	for	financial	assistance
                                               •	 Developing	an	educational	plan–your	road	map	to	success


                                                                                                   For	more	information	and	to	schedule	your	NEXT	STEPS	appointment,	please	contact	
                                                                                                   the	CTECS/WOMEN’S	RESOURCE	CENTER	OFFICE	at	(619)	421-6700,	ext.	5805.




                                      22         Spring 2009 • Regional Occupational Program (ROP)                                 For registration information, call ROP at 619-482-6377
                                                                                                                                                Regional Occupational Program (ROP)
 Electronics
Microcomputer Repair & Service                              (2 Units)         Update your skills or prepare
                                                                               for a new career from the
ELEC 10A 01 8–11:30 a.m.                  TTh               Room 544
(43257)      Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09
             For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
ELEC 10A 02 8–11:30 a.m.                  TTh               Room 544             comfort of your home
(43258)      Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09
             Not for college credit. No fees required.
 ELEC 10A 60 6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh               Room 544
                                                                                            Register today!
(43257)      Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09
             For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.



                                                                                             ed2go
ELEC 10A 61 6:30–10 p.m.                  TTh               Room 544
(42362)      Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09
             Not for college credit. No fees required.

Microcomputer Hardware/Software Upgrade
(Recommended Prep: CIS/ELEC 10A—Computer Repair & Service or
                                                            (2 Units)
                                                                                            Online Classes
Equivalent)
ELEC 10B 01 8–11:30 a.m.                 TTh           Room 544
(45810)     Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09
            For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
ELEC 10B 02 8–11:30 a.m.                 TTh           Room 544         Principles/Pruning Fruit Trees & Vines                       (1 Unit)
(45811)     Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09                                   LNT 70 50     6–8:15 p.m.                  Th              Room 1801
            Not for college credit. No fees required.                   (44127)       3:30–5 p.m.                  Sat             Room 1801
ELEC 10B 60 6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh           Room 544                       Beg: 1/15/09 End: 2/28/09
(45818)     Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09                                                 For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
            For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.                  LA 200 51     6–8:15 p.m.                  Th              Room 1801
ELEC 10B 61 6:30–10 p.m.                 TTh           Room 544         (44128)       3:30–5 p.m.                  Sat             Room 1801
(45819)     Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09                                                 Beg: 1/14/09 End: 2/28/09
            Not for college credit. No fees required.                                 Not for college credit. No fees required.

Office Automation Equipment Repair                          (2 Units)   Xeriphytic Plants                                           (3 Units)
ELEC 14 01     8–11:20 a.m.                 MW              Room 541    LNT 119 50    8 a.m.–4 p.m.                Sat           Room 1802
(45822)        Beg: 3/16/09 End: 5/13/09                                (45575)       Beg: 1/17/09 End: 5/16/09
               For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.                             Alternate Saturdays:
ELEC 14 02     8–11:20 a.m.                 MW              Room 541                  (1/27, 2/7, 2/28, 3/14, 3/28, 4/18, 5/2, 5/16)
(45823)        Beg: 3/16/09 End: 5/13/09                                              For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
               Not for college credit. No fees required.                LNT 119 51    8 a.m.–4 p.m.                Sat           Room 1802
                                                                        (45576)       Beg: 1/17/09 End: 5/16/09
Data, Voice, Video Cable Installation                       (2 Units)                 Alternate Saturdays:
ELEC 15 01     8 a.m.–Noon                  MW              Room 541                  (1/27, 2/7, 2/28, 3/14, 3/28, 4/18, 5/2, 5/16)
(43271)        Beg: 1/14/09 End: 3/4/09                                               Not for college credit. No fees required.
               For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
ELEC 15 02     8 a.m.–Noon                  MW              Room 541    Landscape Design I                                          (4 Units)
(45889)        Beg: 1/14/09 End: 3/4/09                                 LNT 120 60    6–10 p.m.                    TTh              Room 503
               Not for college credit. No fees required.                (46232)       Beg: 1/15/09 End: 5/19/09
                                                                                      For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
Computer & Network Technician                               (6 Units)   LNT 120 61    6–10 p.m.                    TTh              Room 503
ELEC 109 01 8 a.m.–1:30 p.m.             MW                 Room 541    (45082)       Beg: 1/15/09 End: 5/19/09
(43255)     Beg: 1/14/09 End: 5/18/09                                                 Not for college credit. No fees required.
            For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
ELEC 109 02 8 a.m.–1:30 p.m.             MW                 Room 541    Landscape Maintenance                                       (4 Units)
(43256)     Beg: 1/14/09 End: 5/18/09                                   LNT 123 01    4–8 p.m.                     TTh             Room 1802
            Not for college credit. No fees required.                   (45977)       Beg: 1/15/09 End: 5/19/09
                                                                                      For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
                                                                        LNT 123 02    4–8 p.m.                     TTh             Room 1802
 Landscape/Nursery Technology                                           (45981)       Beg: 1/15/09 End: 5/19/09
Introduction to Computer Aided Landscape Design             (3 Units)                 Not for college credit. No fees required.
LA 200 60      5–10 p.m.                    W               Room 501
(45985)        Beg: 1/14/09 End: 5/20/09                                Landscape Contracting & Estimating                          (3 Units)
               For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.               LNT 131 01    6–9:15 p.m.                  M                Room 501
LA 200 61      5–10 p.m.                    W               Room 501    (45978)       Beg: 1/19/09 End: 5/18/09
(45986)        Beg: 1/14/09 End: 5/20/09                                              For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
               Not for college credit. No fees required.                LNT 131 02    6–9:15 p.m.                  M                Room 501
                                                                        (45982)       Beg: 1/19/09 End: 5/18/09
                                                                                      Not for college credit. No fees required.




For registration information, call ROP at 619-482-6377                       Regional Occupational Program (ROP) • Spring 2009            23
                                      Plant Pest & Disease                                            (3 Units)
Regional Occupational Program (ROP)
                                      LNT 136 60      5:30–9:05 p.m.               M                Room 1802
                                      (45979)         Beg: 1/19/09 End: 5/18/09
                                                      For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
                                                                                                                             Update your skills or
                                      LNT 136 61
                                      (45983)
                                                      5:30–9:05 p.m.
                                                      Beg: 1/19/09 End: 5/18/09
                                                                                   M                Room 1802                  prepare for a new
                                                      Not for college credit. No fees required.                           career from the comfort
                                      Floral Design I
                                      LNT 138 01      9 a.m.–2 p.m.                T
                                                                                                      (3 Units)
                                                                                                    Room 1802
                                                                                                                                    of your home
                                      (44121)         Beg: 1/20/09 End: 5/19/09
                                                                                                                                      Register today!


                                                                                                                     8ed2go
                                                      For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
                                      LNT 138 02      9 a.m.–2 p.m.                T                Room 1802
                                      (44122)         Beg: 1/20/09 End: 5/19/09
                                                      Not for college credit. No fees required.

                                      Floral Design II                                                (3 Units)
                                      (Prerequisite: LNT 138—Floral Design I)
                                      LNT 141 01 9 a.m.–2 p.m.
                                      (45127)          Beg: 1/15/09 End: 5/21/09
                                                                                    Th              Room 1802
                                                                                                                         Online Classes start:
                                                       For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
                                      LNT 141 02 9 a.m.–2 p.m.                      Th              Room 1802           January 21, February 18,
                                      (45128)          Beg: 1/15/09 End: 5/21/09
                                                       Not for college credit. No fees required.                           March 18, April 15,
                                       Medical Office
                                                                                                                              and May 20
                                      Medical Coding I                                                (3 Units)                            See page 18 for details
                                      (Prerequisite: MEDOP 230—Medical Terminology or equivalent)
                                      MEDOP 21 60 5:30–10:15 p.m.                  TTh           Room 203
                                      (44333)         Beg: 1/15/08 End: 3/5/09
                                                      For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
                                      MEDOP 21 61 5:30–10:15 p.m.                  TTh           Room 203
                                      (44334)         Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09
                                                      Not for college credit. No fees required.                   Academic
                                      Medical Coding II
                                      (Prerequisite: MEDOP 21—Medical Coding I or equivalent)
                                                                                                    (2.5 Units)
                                                                                                                  Success
                                                                                                                  Center
                                      MEDOP 22 60 5:30–10:15 p.m.                  TTh               Room 203
                                      (45865)         Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09
                                                      For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.



                                                                                                                  Test Proctoring
                                      MEDOP 22 61 5:30–10:15 p.m.                  TTh               Room 203
                                      (45866)         Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09
                                                      Not for college credit. No fees required.

                                      Medical Insurance I                                             (2 Units)
                                      (Prerequisite: MEDOP 230–Medical Terminology or equivalent)                 ASC Test Proctoring is provided in the ASC Test Center,
                                      MEDOP 41A 01 8–11:30 a.m.                    TTh            Room 203        420-I. This service is available throughout the academic year
                                      (44344)         Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09
                                                      For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.                  for students who need to make up SWC exams or who need
                                      MEDOP 41A 02 8–11:30 a.m.                    TTh            Room 203        extended time to complete their exams. Students must have a
                                      (44345)         Beg: 1/15/09 End: 3/5/09                                    referral from their instructors. ASC test proctoring is free for all
                                                      Not for college credit. No fees required.
                                                                                                                  SWC students. The ASC also provides proctoring services
                                      Medical Insurance II                                            (2 Units)   for other colleges and universities for a fee.
                                      (Prerequisite: MEDOP 41A–Medical Insurance I or equivalent)
                                      MEDOP 41B 01 8 a.m.–12:45 p.m.               TTh            Room 203        For additional information contact the ASC Test Proctor Office
                                      (45867)         Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09
                                                      For college credit. Enrollment fees apply.
                                                                                                                  at 619-421-6700, ext. 5537/5921 or via email asctestproctor@
                                      MEDOP 41B 02 8 a.m.–12:45 p.m.               TTh            Room 203        swccd.edu
                                      (45868)         Beg: 3/17/09 End: 5/14/09
                                                      Not for college credit. No fees required.                   Academic Success Center
                                                                                                                  Room 420-I • Southwestern College
                                                                                                                  900 Otay Lakes Road, Chula Vista, CA 91910-7299




                                      24         Spring 2009 • Regional Occupational Program (ROP)                            For registration information, call ROP at 619-482-6377
For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376   Spring 2009   25
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26   Spring 2009   For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376
   What is the                                                              NEW class for Spring 2009!

   T3 Program?
                                                                                          Chakras
                                   Tutors,
                                  Tweens,
                                                                          Change your energy.
                                  and                                       Change your life
                                 Teens is
                                 a one-                                   Participants will learn about the seven Chakras energy centers
                                                                          within the body and how to energize their centers, which will
                          on-one tutoring                                 lead to greater health benefits. Students will also learn techniques
                          program                                         to send healing energy to essential parts of the body. Moreover,
                                                                          they will learn how the energy affects the physical body, which
                         for students                                     will help them get in touch with the ties between the mind and
                                                                          body, so the can better understand the body, how emotions can
                        in grades 5                                       hurt or help heal the body.
                       through 12 and                                     Students: please bring notebook to be able to take effective
                                                                          notes.
                      is offered through                                  Instructor: Martha Urias-Islas. 4 hours. Room TBA.
                      Southwestern                                        CS 176-50       Sat      Feb. 7–14           1–3 p.m. Fee: $55
                     College Continuing                                   CS 176-51       Sat      March 28–April 4 1–3 p.m. Fee: $55

          Education and the College’s
          Academic Success Center.


    Academic Success Center
                     Building 420-I

           Spring 2009 Hours:
      (Tutoring accommodations will be
      made based on student’s need and
               tutor availability.)

    For more information on program hours,
        fees, and subject areas, contact
            Continuing Education at
                619-482-6376.




For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376                                                  Spring 2009             27
28   Spring 2009   For registration information, call Continuing Education at 619-482-6376
                         CS 171                     Attention:
          2009
    Continuing                                      Smog
     education
         Smog                                       Check
                                                    Technicians!
       Update
       Course
                  Cost: $289
                                                      When: Sat, 1/10–17, 8 a.m.–2 p.m. oR Sat. 3/7–14, 8 a.m.–2 p.m.
       (includes instruction                          What: For new or current Basic/Advanced Smog licensed Technicians.
             and materials)                           This 12-hour Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) certified course is
                                                      required to obtain an initial Smog Check License or renewal. This course
                                                      will cover new automotive technology or issues emerging that may effect
      Pre-registrations is required,                  emissions testing, diagnostics, or repair.
     call the Continuing Education
                                                      Following topics will be covered:
               office for registration                  • Computer Control Systems interaction and Advanced Fuel Trim
       procedures: 619.482.6376,                           Diagnostics
                                                        • Networking and Controller Area Network (CAN)
             Room 660 Chula Vista                       • OBD II Mode 6 Diagnostics
                            campus.                     • OBD II Evaporative Emission Control System Diagnostics and Repair
                                                        • Technical Service Bulletins and using Manufactures’ internet sites
                                                        • Computer program re-flashing
                                                        • BAR program updates



                                                      Pass this course and just apply for renewal!
                                                      Southwestern College is a B.A.R. certified Training Center
                                                      Instructor: Daniel Goycochea
                                                           • Advanced emissions certified automotive instructor
                                                           • L-1 certified
                                                           • MACS certified instructor
                                                           • BAR certified instructor
                                                           • Southwestern College adjunct instructor
                                                           • 14 years automotive emissions repairs and diagnostics experience
                                                           • Emissions System control and A/C training
                                                           • MACS certified instructor




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     New class!
      Hard Core Latin–
         Dance Fitness
     Hard Core Latin is a unique, exciting fitness program based on
     exercises used by Latin and Ballroom dancers to stay in shape. Learn
     how to stretch and strengthen your body with Yoga and Pilates moves;
     then get ready for cardiovascular conditioning with Latin dance actions
     from dances like Cha-Cha, Samba, Rumba, Salsa, and Jive! Get swept
     away by the fun of dance, while strengthening and toning your body.
     Instructor: Martha Urias-Islas. 12 hours. Room 1006.

     CS 172-50 Sat     Jan. 10–May 9 10:30–11:30 a.m. Fee: $95
                       No class: 1/24, 2/21, 3/7, 3/21, 4/11, 4/18




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