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					Community and Continuing Education
 NONCREDIT • CREDIT ELIGIBLE • CEU ELIGIBLE COURSES




                                       SPRING/SUMMER 2010
                                         COURSE SCHEDULE
                                               Personal Enrichment
                                                  Career Exploration
                                       Personal Career Development
                                                     Youth Programs
                               Continuing Education for Professionals
                                                  Boomer Programs




           216-987-2260
       www.Tri-C.edu/enrichment/fun
                                                                                   Table of Contents

Personal Enrichment Classes                                                                  Continuing Education (CEU) Courses
 Culinary .............................................................................. 1    Business Communication .............................................. 22
    Boot Camp ..................................................................... 2         ServSafe Food Handling ................................................ 22
    Adult Classes ................................................................. 3         Personal Trainer ............................................................. 23
    Tastes of Cleveland ....................................................... 3                Fitness Planning for Older Adults ..............................23
    Teen Culinary Academy ................................................ 4                     Fitness Planning for Youth .........................................23
 Wine Tasting and Education .............................................5                     Teacher/Educator CEU courses ................................... 23
 Digital Photography ...........................................................6
    Adult classes ................................................................. 6        Youth Programs
    Young Adult classes ...................................................... ?              Driver Ed (classroom) ......................................................24
 Martial Arts: Self Defense for Women ...........................8                            Financial Literacy for Young Adults ................................24
 Dance Academy .................................................................8             Martial Arts: Self Defense for Youth ..............................24
 Social Media ......................................................................9         Test Preparation for Youth ............................................. 25
 Personal Computer ...........................................................9                  SAT Prep ......................................................................25
    Microsoft® Office 2007 Shortcuts for the Novice ....... 9                                 Young Entrepreneurs Club ............................................. 25
    PC Basics: What Your Computer Can Do for You ....... 9                                       Fun with Math .............................................................25
 Writing and Publishing ....................................................10                     Math Games .............................................................25
    Self-Publishing Your Book ..........................................10                         Algebra Games .........................................................25
 Communing with your Environment ............................. 11                             Young Computer Geeks ................................................. 25
    Gardening: Growing Green .........................................11                         2D Video Game Design ...............................................25
    Biofuels: Turning used oil into other fuel .................11                               3D Video Game Design ..............................................25
 Recording Arts Workshops .................................................                      Digital Video Production .............................................26
 Managing Your Retirement Account                                                                Web Design & Animation ...........................................26
  (in uncertain times) ..................................................... 11                  Digital Art & Animation ...............................................27
 Contract Bridge ............................................................... 12              Anime for the Young Artiste’ .......................................27
 Do it Yourself Classes! ................................................... 12                  Digital Photography for Young Adults ........................28
    Car Maintenance & Repair for Women .....................12                                Environmental Clubs ...................................................... 29
    Do-it-Yourself Home Repair ........................................12                        Environmental Youth Club (ages 6 – 9) .....................29
 Design an Eye-Catching Flyer ........................................ 13                        Environmental Youth Club (ages 10 - 16) ..................29
 For Your Best Friend – Dog Training ............................. 13                            Young Earth Watchers Club (ages 11 – 14) ..............29
 Crafts for the Creative You .............................................14                     Young Earth Watchers Club (ages 15 and up) ..........29
    Knitting ........................................................................14       Teen College: Character & Career Development ........ 30
    Quilting ........................................................................14      Summer Camps for Youth
 Notary Public ....................................................................16         Tech Kids (grades 5 and up) .......................................... 30
    Buying and Selling Investment Properties .................16                              Culinary Academy (grades 10 and up) ......................... 30
 Boomer U .........................................................................17         Karate and Martial Arts (grades 6 and up) .................. 30
Personal Career Development and                                                               Adventures for Young Scientists (grades 4-6, 7-10) ... 30
Exploration Classes                                                                           Young Entrepreneurs Club (grades 9 and up) ............. 30
 Certified Records Manager ............................................ 18                    Digital Photography (grades 1-3 4-6, 7-9) ................... 30
 Certified Bookkeeper Test Prep ..................................... 18                     Registration Information – Inside Back Cover
 Buying and Selling on eBAY ........................................... 19
Career Exploration
 Healthcare Careers Exploration .................................... 19                        At Tri-C’s Center for Community and Continuing
 International Business Exploration ............................... 20                         Education we look forward to hearing from you! To
 Horticulture Career Exploration ..................................... 20                      suggest a course, ask a question or offer assistance
 Voice-Overs .......................................................................21         with our programs, please contact us at ComEd@tri-c.
 Test Preparation for Adults .............................................21                   edu or at 216-987-2260.
    GMAT ............................................................................21        To register for a class please call 866-933-5178.
    LSAT .............................................................................21



                                                                   www.Tri-C.edu/enrichment/fun
         Personal Enrichment
           Information: ComEd@Tri-C.edu
              Register: 866-933-5178



                                                          CULINaRy
All of these courses are taught by the professionally trained
culinary staff of Tri-C. Our culinary staff has real-world           CAMPUS LOCATIONS:
experience in their area of expertise and has been teaching for         •		 Eastern:
at	least	two	or	more	years.	Courses	are	reasonably	priced	at	$39	           4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills, OH 44122
per course except the Culinary Boot Camp. Pricing for the Boot
                                                                        •		 Metropolitan:
Camp is found with the description of that course.
                                                                        	 2900	Community	College	Avenue,	Cleveland,	OH	44115
                                                                        •		 Western:
                                                                            11000	Pleasant	Valley	Road,	Parma,	OH	44130-5199
                                                                        •		 Unified Technologies Center
                                                                            2415 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115
                                                                        •		 Corporate College West (CCW):
                                                                            25425 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, OH 44145




 CULINaRy INStRUCtOR CHEFS                                          CULINaRy CLaSS FaSt FaCtS:
Chef Tom Capretta                                                   To help everyone share the best experience, we want you to be
Chef Tom Capretta has been an instructor in the Hospitality         aware of the facts regarding our culinary program.
Management Program at Cuyahoga Community College for 12               •	 Individual	classes	are	limited	to	20	participants.	We	will	
years. Chef Tom has won the American Culinary Federation’s               schedule additional sessions for those classes that fill up
(ACF) President’s Award twice and was named the ACF’s                    quickly.
Educator of the Year in 2002.                                         •	 To	ensure	your	safety	and	that	of	those	around	you,	please	
                                                                         wear long pants and closed-toe shoes that are also slip
Chef Richard Taylor                                                      resistant.
Chef Richard has been a Certified Executive Chef in the               •	 Aprons	and	equipment	used	during	class	must	be	returned	
American Culinary Federation for 27 years while being past               prior to leaving class. Your recipe packet is yours to take
president of the Cleveland Chefs Association and chairman of             home with you.
the Chefs Apprenticeship Training Program. He is an inducted
                                                                      •	 Tri-C	does	not	offer	alcoholic	beverages	other	than	in	
national member of the American Academy of Chefs for 20
                                                                         specialty classes such as wine tasting. You may bring a
years. His experience includes being a chef / partner in well
                                                                         beverage such as soda or coffee with you. Your snack for
known Cleveland restaurants including AU PROVENCE and
                                                                         the evening is what you prepared with the chef.
Cedar Hill Wine Cellars. After nine successful years he then
joined a multi-member partnership that opened WATERSHIP               •	 Classes	are	held	in	the	culinary	kitchens	as	follows:
DOWN at SOM Center Rd. and Chagrin Boulevard.                            •	 Metropolitan	Campus,	2900	Community	College	Avenue,	
                                                                            Cleveland, OH 44115. The kitchen is located in the South
Chef Ky-wai Wong                                                            Concourse in Room 87-N.
Chef Ky-Wai Wong received his formal training from Le Cordon             •	 Eastern	Campus,	4250	Richmond	Road,	Highland	Hills,	
Bleu in London, England. He has extensive experience in                     OH 44122. The Eastern Campus kitchen is located in the
a la carte restaurant cuisine and has worked extensively in                 Education Center Building (EEC) Room 167.
Cleveland at Giovanni’s, Fire Food and Drink, Blake’s Seafood         •	 Classes	at	each	campus	are	scheduled	as	indicated	with	
Grill, and Table 45. Currently, Chef Wong is working as baker at         each class description on the following pages.
Lucky’s Cafe in Tremont and as an adjunct instructor in Tri-C’s
                                                                      •	 Participants	must	be	18	years	of	age	or	older	and	be	able	to	
Hospitality Management program.
                                                                         provide proof of age.
                                                                      •	 A	Hospitality	Department	Laboratory	Procedures	sheet	will	
                                                                         be distributed at the beginning of each class. To ensure a
                                                                         rewarding and fun experience, all participants are expected
                                                                         to follow the procedures and will be asked to sign their
                                                                         agreement.
                                                                      •	 Tri-C	will	make	every	attempt	to	offer	these	courses	as	
                                                                         scheduled and with the menu as shown. From time to time
                                                                         menus, schedules, or other class particulars may change.




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Culinary BooT Camp
Want to test-drive a career? Not sure of your next career move?
Tri-C offers you a way to learn more about basic culinary art. Take         this program includes:
one, two or all three of these modules** and enhance your culinary
expertise! We offer a 13-week course designed to help you learn new         Module 1: Basic skills
skills for your own use.                                                    1.   Portion control
Here’s how it works: Tuition for each module is $80.54 or a                 2.   Calculating yields
discounted fee of $240.00 for all three modules. Classes for Spring/        3.   Weights and measures
Summer	2010	are	offered	as	follows:	                                        4.   Knife skills
                                                                            5.   Prep and pre-prep
Metropolitan Campus South Concourse room 87-N:
                                                                            6.   Sandwiches and Canapés
#54151      Module 3: 6 Saturdays,
	           May	22	–	July	10,	2010	from	9	a.m.	–	1:30	p.m.                  Module 2: Cooking skills
            No class May 29 & July 3, 2010
                                                                            1.   Cooking methods
            Exams held July 17, 2010
                                                                            2.   Terminology
#54525      Module 1: 4 Mondays & 4 Wednesdays,                             3.   Meat, fish and poultry
	           July	12	–	August	4,,	2010	from	6	–	9	p.m.                       4.   Standard recipes
#54526      Module 2: 4 Mondays & 4 Wednesdays,
	           August	9	–	September	1,	2010	from	6	–	9	p.m.                    Module 3: Baking and Breakfast
            Module 3: 4 Mondays & 4 Wednesdays,                             Foods
	           September	13	–	October	6,	2010	from	6	–	9	p.m.                  1.   Breakfast cookery
	           Exams	held	October	11	&	13,	2010	from	6:00	–	9:00	p.m.          2.   Portion control
Eastern Campus Education Center Building room 167:                          3.   Starch/puddings
                                                                            4.   Production schedule techniques
#18803      Module 1: 4 Mondays & 4 Wednesdays
                                                                            5.   Quality factors
	           April	5,	7,	12,	14,	19,	21,	26,	28	from	6	–	9	p.m.
#18804      Module 2: 4 Mondays & 4 Wednesdays                              *Exam days are listed with class.
	           May	3,	5,	10,	12,	17,	19,	24,	26	from	6	–	9	p.m.                Special pricing applies to this Boot Camp and is
                                                                            not	part	of	the	$39/culinary	course	pricing.
#54150      Module 3: 4 Mondays & 4 Wednesdays,
	           June	2,	7,	9,	14,	16,	21,	23,	28	from	6	–	9	p.m.                Please	call	216-987-2260	for	more	information.
	           Exams	held	June	30	&	July	7,	2010	from	6	–	9	p.m.




        parKinG pErmiTS
           rEQuirED                                                    Wine tasting
                                                                       Interested in learning
                    All non-visitor parking lots on each               more about wines,
                   campus require a $.75 daily parking
                                                                       how they are made,
                     permit. These can be purchased
                   outside near the lot, inside campus
                                                                       the ingredients,
                       buildings where machines are                    process and more?
                   available, and at the business office
                   on each campus. Designated visitor
                     parking lots require a $1.00 fee
                    which can be paid at visit parking
                             meters in the lots.                       For more information on upcoming courses in
                                                                              Wine Tasting or Wine Making
    For more information please view our website at                                 call 216-987-2260.
      http://www.tri-c.edu/campuspolice/pages/
                 parkingservices.aspx



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Culinary ClaSS SCHEDulE                                                Bread Basics
                                                                       Bread is the perfect complement to soups and lays the
                                                                       foundation for sandwiches. Bread can be just as delicious on its
Cake Decorating I                                                      own. This class will show you the basics of bread making from
Have fun learning how to use the tools and speak the language          starting dough to shaping rolls.
of successful cake decorators. Simple techniques will be taught        Menu: Focaccia, Soda Bread, Walnut Onion, Soft Yeast Rolls,
to professionally decorate cupcakes and birthday cakes with the        Tender Potato Herb Rolls
use of two tips.
                                                                       Price: $39 	    	                                     Hours:	2.5
Note: Purchase of a decorating kit for $14* from the Tri-C
Hospitality unit is required and must be included with your            CRN         CAMPUS        DAY         DATE        TIME
registration payment. Kit will be received on the night of class.      #18227	     Metro	        Tues.	      May	4	      6:30	–	9	p.m.	
Price: $39 class + $14 decorating kit = $53 total price*.              #53489	     East	         Thurs.	     June	3	     6:30	–	9	p.m.	
	                	                                      Hours:	2.5
CRN         CAMPUS         DAY         DATE        TIME                Sandwich Art
#18242	     Metro	         Tues.	      April	20	   6:30	–	9	p.m.       Get ready for summer picnics with delicious ideas to freshen up
                                                                       your sandwich repertoire. This class will move you beyond ho-
                                                                       hum ham and cheese into simple gourmet treats any ant would
Knife Skills I                                                         love to devour!
Want to learn how professionals chop, slice, julienne, and dice        Menu: Turkey Roll-Ups, Italian BLT Chicken Salad, Open Face
things quickly and efficiently? Using proper knife grips and           Grilled Eggplant and Roasted Peppers with Mozzarella, and
technique, you will learn these skills, along with knife selection     Curried Chicken Salad
and care. You’ll be surprised at how much better your meals
look and taste when ingredients are cut correctly so they cook         Price: $39	     	                                     Hours:	2.5
evenly and can be presented beautifully. Students will work            CRN         CAMPUS        DAY         DATE        TIME
with vegetables and the Chef will demonstrate how to de-bone a         #54378	     Metro	        Thurs.	     June	24	    6:30	–	9	p.m.
whole chicken.
Menu: Julienne Vegetable Bundles, Herb Roasted Chicken
                                                                       Tastes of Cleveland
Price: $39                                               Hours:	2.5    Are you new to the Cleveland area and want to try it all? Been
CRN         CAMPUS         DAY         DATE        TIME                here a while but haven’t really explored the special foods,
#53549	     Metro	         Tues.	      June	22	    6:30	–	9	p.m.	      drinks, and treats Cleveland has to offer?
                                                                       This class explores the ethnic backgrounds that built Cleveland
                                                                       in the first hour. Then you will sample several of Cleveland’s
Knife Skills II                                                        culinary delicacies prepared by our own expert, Tri- Chefs!
Further hone your knife skills in this continuation of Knife Skills    Price: $39		     	                                      Hours:	2.5
I. We’ll follow up with a brief review of what was covered in
class one and then advance to more complicated and decorative          CRN         CAMPUS        DAY         DATE        TIME
cuts:	brunoise,	batonnet,	and	tourne.		How	to	filet	a	fish	and	use	    #53546	     East	       Tues.	      June	8		    6:30	–	9	p.m.	
garnishing techniques will also be demonstrated and discussed.         #53547	     Metro	      Thurs.	     June	17	    6:30	–	9	p.m.	
Menu: Pecan Crusted Fish, Roasted Vegetables, Potato Tourne            #54380      East	       Tues.	      Aug.	10	    6:30	–	9	p.m.	
Price: $39	      	                                       Hours:	2.5	               Metro	      Thurs.	     Sept.	9	    6:30	–	9	p.m.
CRN         CAMPUS         DAY         DATE        TIME                East in room EEC_167, Metro in South concourse 87N
#18230	     East	          Thurs.	     May	6	      6:30	–	9	p.m.	
#53491	     Metro	         Thurs.	     July	8	     6:30	–	9	p.m.	


Pies and Tarts
How do you make the perfect pie for the season? You will learn
the tricks to making pies and tart dough from scratch as well as a
variety of yummy fillings.
Menu: Tart dough, Pie crust dough, Apple Tart with Almond
Cream, Lemon Tart, Sweet Potato Pie with Meringue, Apple-
Currant Pie
Price: $39		    	                                     Hours:	2.5
CRN         CAMPUS         DAY         DATE        TIME
#53490	     East	          Thurs.	     May	20	     6:30	–	9	p.m.	




                                 Look on page 19 for information on our latest culinary venture.




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YOUNg ADULT CULINARY CLASSES                                      Tri-C Summer Culinary Academy:
                                                                  Grades 10 and up
                                                                  Explore the exciting world of culinary arts by learning skills
Teen Culinary Academy                                             from Tri-C expert chefs. Also learn the basics of food safety and
Grades 6 – 9, 10 and up                                           proper handling of utensils. Explore hospitality careers with
Does your teen enjoy creating delicious treats? Want your teen    knowledgeable and successful chefs while having fun cooking!
to learn more about culinary skills and careers and to learn      Have fun learning proper culinary techniques like chopping,
proper kitchen safety techniques before going to college or off   dicing, and cutting while making delicious sandwiches, soups,
into	the	world	on	her	or	his	own?		Call	us	at	216-987-2260	for	   roasts, chicken, and more! Half hour lunch included each day
more information on our new Teen Culinary Academy meeting         however, lunch, snacks and drinks must be provided by the
Saturday morning beginning in May, 2010.                          student.
                                                                  Included: chef hat, apron, kitchen thermometer, food supplies
                                                                  and handouts/class notes
                                                                  Price: $255 per	student		                                   Hours:	25	
                                                                  CRN     CAMPUS              DAY         DATE         TIME
                                                                  #53393	 Metropolitan,	  5	days	     July	12	–	16	 8	a.m.	–	1:30	p.m.
                                                                          South Concourse Mon. - Fri.
                                                                          Room 87N
                                                                  #53394 Eastern              5 days
                                                                  	      Education	Ctr.	      Mon.	-	Fri.	 July	26	–	30	 8	a.m.	–1:30	p.m.
                                                                         Room 180S




                                                                    LAUNCH YOUR
                                                                    CULINARY PROFESSION
                                                                    and earn an associate degree or certificate
                                                                    under the instruction of our award-winning
                                                                    Certified Executive Chefs at Tri-C!

                                                                    Register now for Fall credit
                                                                    Register now for Fall classes! classes!




                                                                    For more information
                                                                    call 216-987-4081
                                                                    or visit www.tri-c.edu




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          Personal Enrichment
           Information: ComEd@Tri-C.edu
              Register: 866-933-5178



                                 WINE taStING aND EDUCatION
Your instructor….Loren Sonkin
                                                                       CAMPUS LOCATIONS:
                     Loren Sonkin resides in Cleveland Ohio. He
                     is an attorney in private practice but dreams          •		 Eastern:
                     of traveling the world visiting wineries.                  4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills, OH 44122
                     And in fact, he has made friends with many             •		 Metropolitan:
                     wine makers and wine lovers around the                 	 2900	Community	College	Avenue,	Cleveland,	OH	44115
                     world. Although he likes wines from almost             •		 Western:
                     everywhere, his favorite wine region is Italy.             11000	Pleasant	Valley	Road,	Parma,	OH	44130-5199
                     The great wines of Italy provide immense               •		 Unified Technologies Center
                     pleasure for him but so do the obscure                     2415 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115
wines that are priced at a point where they can be enjoyed on
                                                                            •		 Corporate College West (CCW):
any table. His journey from wine appreciation, to enthusiast
                                                                                25425 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, OH 44145
to what some might refer to, as being a wine geek has been
one of fun and constant learning. He is a regular columnist on
Intowine.Com and frequently writes about wine for the Heights
Observer. He was the first person certified as an Aficionado of
Wine under the Robert Parker- Kevin Zraly Wine Certification
program and the second person certified as a Connoisseur of
Wine. He has been invited and served as wine tasting judge
for both homemade wines and winery competitions. Loren
has recently opened his own winery, SonkinCellars, making
premium California Syrah Blends, which can be found at www.
SonkinCellars.com.

Wine 101: Viticulture, Vinification and Basic                         Wine Tasting, Food Pairing and Buying
grapes                                                                You will cover in-depth the sensory components of tasting
Learn about what wine is, how it is made starting from                (sight, aromas, palate) for red and white wines. Explore how to
viticulture (grape growing) to vinification (wine making).            better pair wines with foods of many types using contrasting or
Highlights the optimal conditions for growing grapes for wine         complementing flavors. Gain know-how for choosing the perfect
and discusses how those are then turned into many different           bottle of wine for your upcoming holiday meals and gifts. Price
styles of wine. Also explores and develops a knowledge base of        of course includes everything needed for class!
the	six	primary	grape	varieties:		Cabernet	Sauvignon,	Merlot,	        Instructor: Loren Sonkin
Pinot Noir, chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and Riesling. Basic          Price: $39.95		               	         	          	     Hours:	2.5	
tasting techniques reviewed. Price of course includes everything
                                                                      CRN        CAMPUS                 DAY       DATE       TIME
needed for class!
Instructor: Loren Sonkin                                              #17983	    Metro,	Room	Pending	 Mon.	 May	17	 6	–	8:30	p.m.
Choose a class from the schedule below.                               #53444	    East,	Room	Pending	    Wed.	 June	2	        6	–	8:30	p.m.
Price: $39.95 	 	                                       Hours:	2.5	   #53445	    West,	Room	Pending	    Sun.	     June	20	 1:30	–	4	p.m.		
CRN       CAMPUS                   DAY     DATE      TIME             #53446	    CCW,	Room	Pending	 Mon.	 July	19	           6	–	8:30	p.m.
#17978	   Metro,	Room	Pending	 Mon.	       May	10	 6	–	8:30	p.m.      #54383	    Metro,	Room	Pending	 Mon.	 Aug.	16	 6	–	8:30	p.m.	
#53441	   East,	Room	Pending	      Wed.	   May	26	 6	–	8:30	p.m.                 East,	Room	Pending	    Wed.	 Aug.	25	 6	–	8:30	p.m.
#53442	   West,	Room	Pending	      Sun.	   June	13	 1:30	–	4	p.m.                West,	Room	Pending	    Sun.	     Aug.	29	 1:30	–	4	p.m.	
#53443	   CCW,	Room	Pending	       Mon.	   July	12	 6	–	8:30	p.m.                CCW,	Room	Pending	 Sat.	         Sept.	18	 1:30	–	4	p.m.
#54382	   Metro,	Room	Pending	 Mon.	       Aug.	2	   6	–	8:30	p.m.	
#54381	   East,	Room	Pending	      Wed.	   Aug.	11	 6	–	8:30	p.m.
	         West,	Room	Pending	      Sun.	   Aug.	22	 1:30	–	4	p.m.	
          CCW,	Room	Pending	       Sat.	   Aug.	28	 1:30	–	4	p.m.




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                                                                                        Personal Enrichment
                                                                                        Information: ComEd@Tri-C.edu
                                                                                           Register: 866-933-5178



                                          DIGItaL PHOtOGRaPHy
The Keith Gallery is internationally known for its remarkable       Digital Photography for Those Just Starting
creations with fashion and wedding photography. The
Gallery focuses on traditional portrait painting with artistic
                                                                    Out: Imaging Intro
photography. Keith Settle, CEO and owner has been in the            Got the basics down? Now, let’s get started taking great pictures.
photographic business for over 18 years. As a 16 year sales         You will learn the tips to take photos you can be proud of! You
trainer for a nationally-known photography retailer, Keith has      will learn more about the operational commands of your camera
spent countless hours helping consumers like you enjoy the          equipment such as camera handling, focusing, composition,
camera they purchased. Keith holds an Associate Degree in           and use of lenses.
Marketing and Business from Cuyahoga Community College.             Please bring your digital camera and operator’s manual to class.
Keith also attended the Cleveland Institute of Art for painting     Instructor: Keith Settles
and photography.                                                    Price: $19.95 	 	                                      Hours:	1.5	
                                                                    CRN       CAMPUS                   DAY     DATE     TIME
Digital Photo for the Newbie: Basics of Digital                     #17709	 East,	Room	EEC_157B	       Tues.	 May	18	 7	–	8:30	p.m.	
Photography                                                         #17710	 West,	Room	WLA_B200	 Wed.	 May	19	 7	–	8:30	p.m.	
Have you purchased a new digital camera but don’t know
                                                                    #54387	 East,	Room	Pending	        Tues.	 July	20	 7	–	8:30	p.m.
how to use it? Tri-C can help! Our professional photographers
can help you learn the tricks of using your camera correctly.       #54388	 West,	Room	Pending	        Tues.	 July	27	 7	–	8:30	p.m.
And, they can help you make sense of that user manual that is       #54389	 UTC,	Room	Pending	         Wed.	 Aug.	4	    7	–	8:30	p.m.
anything	but	user	friendly.	You	will	learn	about:	
   •	 What’s	in	the	box	you	have	with	your	camera	                  Digital Photography for Those with Experience:
   •	 What	a	mega	pixel	is	                                         Imaging Intermediate
   •	 What	batteries	you	should	use	for	the	best	result	            Now, we can practice what we’ve learned! You have the basics
   •	 What	all	those	settings	mean	                                 on focus, composition, and camera handling from the “Digital
•	And	lots	more!	                                                   Photography for those just starting out” class. Here, you will
Please bring your digital camera and operator’s manual to class.    learn how to unlock the full potential of your camera. You will
Instructor: Keith Settles                                           learn about an F stop, shutter speed, and ISO. In short, you will
Price: $19.95	per	class	                     Hours:	1.5	per	class   no longer be relying on the automatic settings.
                                                                    Please bring your digital camera and operator’s manual to class.
CRN       CAMPUS                   DAY     DATE     TIME
                                                                    Instructor: Keith Settles
#17704	 East,	Room	EEC-157B	       Tues.	 May	11	 7	–	8:30	p.m.     Price: $19.95 	 	                                      Hours:	1.5	
#17705	 West,	Room	WLA_B200	 Wed.	 May	12	 7	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                    CRN         CAMPUS                 DAY     DATE      TIME
#54386	 East,	Room	Pending	        Tues.	 July	6	   7	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                    #53424	     East,	Room	Pending	    Tues.	 May	25	 7	–	8:30	p.m.
#54384 West,	Room	Pending	         Wed.	 July	14	 7	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                    #53425	     West,	Room	Pending	 Wed.	 May	26	 7	–	8:30	p.m.
#54385 UTC,	Room	Pending	          Wed.	 July	21	 7	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                    #54391	     West,	Room	Pending	 Wed.	 July	28	 7	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                    #54390      East,	Room	Pending	    Tues.	 Aug.	3	    7	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                    #54409      UTC,	Room	Pending	 Wed.	 Aug.	18	 7	–	8:30	p.m.
  CAMPUS LOCATIONS:
      •		 Eastern:
          4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills, OH 44122
      •		 Metropolitan:
      	 2900	Community	College	Avenue,	Cleveland,	OH	44115
      •		 Western:
          11000	Pleasant	Valley	Road,	Parma,	OH	44130-5199
      •		 Unified Technologies Center
          2415 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115
      •		 Corporate College West (CCW):
          25425 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, OH 44145



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Controlling Lighting for Your Digital Camera:                           Digital Photography: Suitable for Framing!
Lighting                                                                Now that you know how to use your
Now you become the artiste’! Here, you will learn the theory of         camera’s many features to recap the
side light, front and back light, and the effects of various lighting   important and fun things you do,
on your subjects and photos. Whether you are working with               learn how to edit the photos for a
nature photography or portraits, get those great artistic photos        truly good look! Using Photoshop
or vacation picture shots you want and can be proud of.                 Elements®, you will learn how to
Please bring your digital camera and operator’s manual to class.        crop, fix exposure issues, and correct
Instructor: Keith Settle                                                color irregularities. You will also
                                                                        learn how to remove unwanted
Price: $19.95 	 	                                         Hours:	1.5	
                                                                        elements from the photos or how to
CRN       CAMPUS                     DAY     DATE      TIME             add new ones. Learn to creatively
                                                                        enhance photographs by removing          Your instructor
#53426	 East,	Room	Pending	          Tues.	 June	1	    7	–	8:30	p.m.	                                            Mr. Kris Bosworth
                                                                        color, adding type, and applying
#53427	 West,	Room	Pending	          Wed.	 June	2	     7	–	8:30	p.m.	
                                                                        special effects.
#54410	 East,	Room	Pending	          Tues.	 Aug.	17	 7	–	8:30	p.m.      Kris has over 30 years of experience in photography. He is a
          West,	Room	Pending	        Wed.	 Aug.	25	 7	–	8:30	p.m.       former professional wedding & portrait photographer. He is a
          UTC,	Room	Pending	         Wed.	 Sept.	1	 7	–	8:30	p.m.       past board member of a local photography club and is well-
                                                                        versed in the fundamentals of photography as well as Photoshop
                                                                        Elements®. Recently, his talent was recognized by having 3 of
                                                                        his photographs published in one of David Busch’s “how to”
                                                                        camera instructional books. He will now share this expertise
                                                                        with you!
                                                                        Prerequisites: You should have a basic knowledge of computers
                                                                        and your camera. Please bring a flash drive to class to save your
                                                                        work along with your digital camera. Textbook: None; handouts
                                                                        provided in class
                                                                        Price: $120			 	                                           Hours:		12		
                                                                        CRN     CAMPUS                DAY        DATE          TIME
                                                                        #17699	 UTC,	Room	234E	       3	Tues.	&		 April	6	–	22		6:30	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                                                      3 Thurs.
                                                                        #53423	 East,	Room	Pending	 3	Tues.	&		 June	8	–	24	 6:30	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                                                    3 Thurs.
                                                                        #54393	 West,	Room	Pending	 3	Tues.	&		 July	6	-	22	 6:30	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                                                    3 Thurs.
                                                                        #54392	 UTC,	Room	Pending	 3	Tues.	&			 July	27	–		    6:30	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                                                   3 Thurs. Aug. 12
                                                                        #54411	 East,	Room	Pending	 3	Tues.	&	 Aug.	17	–		 6:30	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                                                    3 Thurs. Sept. 2


             Beautiful You!
                    A day of events geared to women
               Join us for a day to celebrate you, your goals,
               and your achievements. Beautiful You
                presents a series of workshops from a woman’s                                 attENtION:
                perspective, some fun and some educational.
                                                                              teachers, Principals, Counselors, and other
                 Some	topics	being	planned:		color	analysis,	
                  presentation skills, career assessment and                           education professionals:
                   planning, financial & retirement planning,                Our youth programs are available onsite at your school
                   fashion show for the working professional,              in an after-school format. We can customize a non-credit
                   relaxation techniques and massage                       course or summer camp to fit the needs of your students.
                   therapy,	culinary	arts:		quick,	tasty,	and	              For more information or to request a course not listed in
                   nutritious meals, Wine 101, nail art, and                    this	catalog,	please	call	Sharon	at	216-987-2260.
                   more. If you are 18 or over and deserve a
                   treat, this is YOUR day!. Call Sharon at 216-
                   987-2260	or	email	her	at	sharon.styffe@
                     tri-c.edu for more information on dates,
                       price, and topics.




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    SELF DEFENSE FOR WOMEN                                                          DaNCE aCaDEMy
Self Defense for Women                                                    Dance Academy
In this class, you will address behaviors inviting attack and             Dance is described as the ability to move your feet and body
how to change those behaviors to minimize the risk. Learn                 to rhythm and in a sequence or pattern of steps. It is a visibly
techniques designed for tasks you routinely complete and                  entertaining or a visibly awkward skill for some. Lewis Fletcher,
where the risk is high, such as safely using ATMs, stopping at            President of One More Step, Inc. is a dance instructor for over 20
drive through banking and fast food locations, shopping and               years. One More Step was founded in 2005 to help others who
parking lot issues, carrying bags and purses, or using a restroom.        appreciate the art of dance as much as Lewis does and to learn
Examine the behaviors, assess the risk in these target areas and          traditional and modern steps for events, social gatherings, and
develop techniques to have a safe outing and safe journeys all            just for their own enjoyment. He is a certified Chicago Stepping
the time.                                                                 instructor and is currently a finalist in the Majestic Gents
Message from your Martial Arts Instructor:                                World’s	Largest	Steppers	Chicago	Stepping	Contest	for	2009.	In	
Many times in this world we take things for granted and some              these courses, you will learn and practice Chicago Stepping, the
of our habits can increase danger to our personal safety.                 Argentine Tango, and Salsa dancing. Come with your dancing
This course will help teach you how to change your everyday               shoes!
behaviors to increase your chances of not being attacked.                 Instructor: Lewis Fletcher
The changes that will be covered in this class will raise your            Price: $45                                               Hours. 4.5
confidence and awareness levels to help keep you safe. There              CRN     CAMPUS             DAY       DATE              TIME
will be simple release, evasion and striking techniques shown
                                                                          #17776	 Metro	             3	Thurs.	 May	6,	13,	&	20	 7	–	8:30	p.m.	
for various attacks. Mainly, the techniques shown will cover how                  Room Pending
to carry yourself, your belongings, and self defense items such as
                                                                          #17777	 East	              3	Fri.	   May	7,	14,	&	21	 7	–	8:30	p.m.
pepper spray and the drawbacks that may exist.                                    Room ESS_2511
Supplies & prerequisites: Students should bring a notebook and
                                                                          #53428	 West	              3	Thurs.	 June	3,	10,	&	17	 7	–	8:30	p.m.
wear comfortable clothes.                                                         Room Pending
Instructor: James Longs
                                                                          #53429	 Metro	             3	Thurs.	 June	4,	11,	&	18	 7	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                                  Room Pending
Women’s Self Defense Class Dates                                          #54395	 East	              3	Fri.	   July	9	–	23	      7	–	8:30	p.m.
Price: $29.95	 	                                             Hours:	3.0           Room ESS_2511
CRN     CAMPUS                  DAY       DATE        TIME                #54412	 West	              3	Thurs.	 Aug.	5	–	19,	     7	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                                  Room Pending
#18702	 West	                   1	Sat.	 May	1		       1:30	–	4:30	p.m.
        Room WRC_F_100N                                                   	       Metro	             3	Thurs.	 Sept.	9	–	23	     7	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                                  Room Pending
#18703	 UTC,	Room	202A	         1	Fri.	   May	7	      6	–	9:00	p.m.
#18704	 East,	Room	Pending	     1	Fri.	   May	14	     6	–	9:00	p.m.       Dance: Argentine Tango
#53736	 Metro,	Room	Pending	 1	Fri.	      July	9	     6	–	9:00	p.m.       Now you can learn the Argentine Tango from basic to advanced
#53737	 East,	Room	Pending	     1	Sat.	 July	10	      1:30	–	4:30	p.m.    methods and styles using combination steps. Dance to Tango,
#53738	 West,	Room	Pending	     1	Fri.	   July	16	    6	–	9:00	p.m.       Jazz, and contemporary music from a variety of countries. Wear
                                                                          leather sole shoes.
#54394	 Metro,	Room	Pending	 1	Fri.	      Aug.	13	    6	–	9:00	p.m.
                                                                          Price: $60	    	                                    Hours:	6.0
	       East,	Room	Pending	     1	Sat.	 Aug.	28	      1:30	–	4:30	p.m.
                                                                          CRN     CAMPUS             DAY       DATE              TIME
	       West,	Room	Pending	     1	Fri.	   Sept.	10	   6	–	9:00	p.m.
                                                                          #18707	 West	              4	Wed.	 May	5	–	26	         7	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                                   Room Pending
                                                                           #53739	 CCW	              4	Wed.	 June	2	–	23	        7	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                                   Room Pending
                                                                          #53740	 East	              4	Wed.	 June	30	–	July	21	 7	–	8:30	p.m.	
                                                                                   Room Pending
                                                                          #54397	 Metro	             4	Wed.	 July	7	–	28	        7	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                                   Room Pending
                                                                          #54396	 West	              4	Wed.	 Aug.	4	–	25	        7	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                                   Room Pending
                                                                          	        East	             4	Wed.	 Oct.	6	–	27	        7	–	8:30	p.m.
                                                                                   Room Pending


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                                                         Information: ComEd@Tri-C.edu
                                                            Register: 866-933-5178



                  SOCIaL MEDIa                                                   PERSONaL COMPUtER
Social Media: Do You Twitter?                                              Microsoft® Office Shortcuts for the Novice:
With this introduction to social media, you will meet twice, for           Need some help updating your PC skills? Using Microsoft®
two hours each, to discuss what social media is, the tools you             Office 2007, you will learn shortcuts to Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
should be familiar with, the advantages and pitfalls of using              and Outlook. Create a report, develop a budget, send/receive
social media, and how to get started using Twitter, Facebook,              e-mail, create files, and become a presentation whiz. This
LinkedIn and YouTube.                                                      course is designed for those who prefer to move at a slower pace
Price: $44		    	                                       Hours:	4.0	        or	who	need	extra	time	to	learn	new	skills.	Required	textbook:	
CRN      CAMPUS       DAY        DATE                  TIME                (Can be purchased in the Tri-C bookstore.) New Perspectives on
#18958	 West	         2	Fri.	    May	21	&	28	          6:30	–	8:30	p.m.	   Microsoft Office 2007
Instructor: Stephanie Morales                                              Price: $144	    	                                          Hours:	12	
#54400	 Metro	        2	Tues.	   June	8	–	15	          6:30	–	8:30	p.m.    CRN       CAMPUS        DAY       DATE                 TIME
Instructor: TBA                                                            #17814	 West	          4	Fri.	                                         	
                                                                                                             May	7,	14,	21,	&	28	 6:30	–	9:30	p.m.	
#54402	 East	         2	Mon.	    July	11	–	18	         6:30	–	8:30	p.m.              Room Pending
Instructor: TBA                                                            Instructor: Susan Schaul
#54399	 West	         2	Fri.	    Aug.	13	–	20	         6:30	–	8:30	p.m.    #54413    East	      4	Mon.	 July	12	–	Aug.	2	         6:30	–	9:30	p.m.
Instructor: TBA                                                                      Room Pending
                                                                           Instructor: TBA
Social Media: Applying Your Skill!                                         #54414    West	      4	Fri.	      July	23	–	Aug.	13	   6:30	–	9:30	p.m.	
Social Media – Part two: You will meet three times, for                              Room Pending
two hours each, to expand upon the lessons learned in the                  Instructor: TBA
introductory course. You will gain a deeper understanding of               #54415    UTC	       4	Mon.	 Aug.	16	–	Sept.	13	       6:30	–	9:30	p.m.	
social media, its advantages and shortcomings. This course                           Room Pending
will delve deeper into social media tactics, best practices and            Instructor: TBA
provide hands-on guidance on how to use Twitter, Facebook,
LinkedIn, YouTube, blogging and RSS feeds.                                 PC Basics: What Your Computer Can Do
Price: $66	     	                                        Hours:	6.0	
                                                                           for You
CRN      CAMPUS       DAY        DATE                 TIME
                                                                           Want to stop dusting that computer and find out what it can
#18959	 East	         3	Mon.	    May	10,	17,	&	24		   6:30	–	8:30	p.m.	    do? This course is designed for the person who hasn’t had much
Instructor: TBA                                                            experience (if any) with a computer. You will start from the
#54398	 West	         3	Fri.	 June	4,	11,	&	18	       6:30	–	8:30	p.m.	    beginning	and	learn:	the	basic	structure	of	the	computer	(what	
Instructor: Stephanie Morales                                              all words mean like CPU), how to move around the screens and
#54401	 East	         3	Wed.	    July	14	–	28	        6:30	–	8:30	p.m.     windows, how to properly use the mouse, how to create then
Instructor: TBA                                                            save and even “find” the files you create, how to customize
#17233	 CCW	          3	Mon.	    July	12	–	26	        6:30	–	8:30	p.m.     features of your computer, how to use the Internet for basic
Instructor: TBA                                                            searches, and how to use basic functions in Outlook for e-mail.
                                                                           (Textbook not required; handouts provided.)
#54404	 West	         3	Fri.	    Aug.	13	–	27	        6:30	–	8:30	p.m.	
Instructor: TBA                                                            Price: $99	     	                                          Hours:	12	
#54405	 Metro	        3	Mon.	    Aug.	16	–	30	        6:30	–	8:30	p.m.	    CRN       CAMPUS        DAY      DATE                  TIME
Instructor: TBA                                                            #17811	 UTC	      4	Fri.	 May	28,	June	4	–	18	 6:30	–	9:30	p.m.	
                                                                                   Room 234D
                                                                           	         East	      4	Fri.	 Aug.	20	&	27,	            6:30	–	9:30	p.m.	
   LaNGUaGES                                                                         Room Pending       Sept. 3 & 10


      Interested in conversing in Slovene,
              Italian, or Spanish?
    Call	us	at	216-987-2260	for	more	information	on	
      upcoming language courses and schedules!


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                                        WRItING aND PUBLISHING
Freelance Writing                                                     Promotional Writing
Enjoy writing? Want to earn extra income from your work as a          Learn how to create your own promotional material with
freelance writer? In this class, you will learn how to write and      this hands-on course. You will practice effective writing and
sell a freelance article to newspapers and/or magazines. You          communication techniques for developing press releases,
will learn tips on pitching and researching an idea for a story,      news articles, and other media outlets. You will also draft
working with an editor, and for negotiating your compensation.        marketing collateral such as product and service descriptions
Price: $39	      	                                       Hours:	3.0   that emphasize features and benefits, and that utilize the best
CRN        CAMPUS                DAY        DATE       TIME           communication channel to grab your audience’s attention and
                                                                      make the sale!
#18960	 West,	Room	Pending	      Friday	    May	21	    6		–	9	p.m.	   Required Textbook: None
Instructor: TBA
                                                                      Prerequisites: basic computer experience
#54417	 Metro,	Room	Pending	 Friday	        June	25	   6		–	9	p.m.    Price: $74.99 			                                       Hours:	8.0
Instructor: TBA
                                                                      CRN     CAMPUS                 DAY       DATE              TIME
	         East,	Room	Pending	    Friday	    Aug.	27	   6	–	9	p.m.	
                                                                      #54413 CCW, Room Pending 4 Sat.          May 1 – 22        1– 3 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
                                                                              West, Room Pending 4 Mon.        June 6 – 27       6 – 8 p.m.
                                                                      #54419 East,	Room	Pending	 4	Thurs.	 July	8	–	29	          6	–	8	p.m.
                                                                      #54420 CCW,	Room	Pending	 4	Mon.	        July	19	&	26	     6	–	8	p.m.
                                                                      	      	                  	              Aug.	2	&	9
                                                                              UTC, Room Pending 4 Mon.         Sept. 13 – Oct. 4 6 – 8 p.m.

                                                                      Self-Publishing Your Book
                                                                      Want to learn more about how you can publish your work? This
                                                                      course offers you techniques and tips for self-publishing and
                                                                      distributing your book or other written work. You will review
                                                                      both the risk and rewards of self-publishing. You will cover idea
                                                                      generation, printing, shipping, and distributing.
                                                                      Price: $39	                   	         	          	 	 Hours:	3.0		
                                                                      CRN     CAMPUS                 DAY        DATE         TIME
                                                                      	        West,	Room	Pending	 Friday	      May	14	 6	–	9	p.m.	
                                                                      Instructor: TBA
                                                                      	        East,	Room	Pending	   Friday	    June	18	 6	–	9	p.m.
                                                                      Instructor: TBA
                                                                      	        Metro,	Room	Pending	 Friday	     July	16	     6	–	9	p.m.
                                                                      Instructor: TBA
                                                                      	        CCW,	Room	Pending	 Saturday	 Sept.	18	 9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
                                                                      Instructor: TBA
 CAMPUS LOCATIONS:
      •		 Eastern:
          4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills, OH 44122
      •		 Metropolitan:
      	 2900	Community	College	Avenue,	Cleveland,	OH	44115
      •		 Western:
          11000	Pleasant	Valley	Road,	Parma,	OH	44130-5199
      •		 Unified Technologies Center
          2415 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115
      •		 Corporate College West (CCW):
          25425 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, OH 44145




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   COMMUNING WItH yOUR                                                                      MaNaGING yOUR
      ENVIRONMENt                                                                         REtIREMENt aCCOUNt
gardening: growing green                                                Managing your Retirement Account
Need help making your Fall garden thrive? You will have fun             (in uncertain times)
learning the proper techniques for planning your garden                 You’ve worked hard over the years and want to ensure your
including selecting & positioning an appropriate plant selection.       retirement is still secure especially in these challenging
You will also learn about ways to keep the garden growing               economic times. You want to make sure you reap the rewards
while not harming the environment. We will review proper                for successful saving and planning. This course offers you easy
techniques for managing and preventing insect infestation. You          guidelines and principles to ensure you will have the funds
will develop a strategy based on biologically controlling your          you need to retire, painlessly. It offers practical tips for you to
garden’s habitat along with use of pesticides in a manner that          maintain or even increase your current standard of living while
minimizes risk to the environment, other animals, and humans.           in retirement. You will also learn successful strategies important
You will learn basic soil preparation, plant selection & planting       for designing a successful retirement income plan that helps you
requirements, and other tips for a lush and green Fall garden!          understand and avoid the risk while maximizing your return.
Price: $59.95	 	                                         Hours:	6.0     Price: $88	           	                                 Hours:	8.0
CRN     CAMPUS                 DAY       DATE         TIME              CRN               CAMPUS       DAY       DATE           TIME
#18005	 West,	Room	Pending	    3	Sat.	   July	10	–	24	 9	–	11:00	a.m.   #18008 West, Room Pending      4 Sat.    June 5 – 26    1 – 3 p.m.
Instructor: Staff
                                                                        #54425 UTC, Room Pending       4 Mon.    June 7 – 28    6 – 8 p.m.
                                                                        Instructor: TBA
                                                                        #54427 East, Room Pending      4 Wed.    July 7 – 28    6 – 8 p.m.
                                                                        Instructor: TBA
                                                                        #54426 West, Room Pending      4 Sat.    Aug. 7 – 28    1 – 3 p.m.
                                                                        Instructor: TBA
                                                                         EASTERN CAMPUS




                      BIOFUELS:
      Interested in learning more about converting your
  left-over or used cooking oil to fuel for your lawn mower?
 Want to save money while helping clean-up the environment?
         Call	us	at	216-987-2260	for	more	information.




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           CONtRaCt BRIDGE                                                   DO-It yOURSELF CLaSSES!
Also known as Bridge, it is a card game of skill (and a little             Car Maintenance & Repair for Women
chance as well). Played in teams of 2 on opposite sides of
                                                                           You can do it! This course is designed especially for women.
the card table, it includes a “bidding” process ending with a
                                                                           You’ll have fun learning basic car maintenance and repair with
contract, card playing with one player’s hand being face up on
                                                                           other self-sufficient women like you. Learn how to perform
the table also known as the dummy hand, and finally scoring
                                                                           basic maintenance and repair on your car easily, accurately, and
of the hands. Come with a partner or join a table in need of a
                                                                           cost effectively! Why not take charge of your transportation!
partner. Either way, you’ll have fun!
                                                                           In this class, you will learn what you need to know to initially
Price: $59	      	                                        Hours:	10	       “diagnose” a problem, possibly ward one off, and some basic
CRN       CAMPUS           DAY       DATE                 TIME             repair techniques that will save you time and money and
#17807	 West	              4	Fri.	   May	7,	14,	21,	&	28	 6:30	–	9	p.m.	   keep	your	car	in	proper	working	order.		You	will	learn	how	to:		
        Room Pending                                                       accurately check the air pressure in the tires and change a flat
#54423	 East	              4	Mon.	 June	7	–	28	           6:30	–	9	p.m.    tire if necessary, check and change the engine oil, check the
         Room Pending                                                      operating condition of your car, and keep a log of maintenance
Instructor: TBA                                                            performed by you and by others. Why pay others for basic
                                                                           maintenance when you can do it yourself! You will review and
#54424	 West	              4	Fri.	   Aug.	6	–	27	         6:30	–	9	p.m.
         Room Pending                                                      peruse the basic tools and equipment you should have available
Instructor: TBA                                                            in your car, garage, and basement. You will learn how to keep
                                                                           your car in good running condition along with learning the basic
                                                                           skills needed in the event of an emergency.
                                                                           Price: $29.95	 	                                       Hours:	3.0
                                                                           CRN     CAMPUS             DAY         DATE        TIME
                                                                           #18967 West	               1	Fri.	     May	7	      6:30	–	9:30	p.m.	
                                                                           Instructor: Staff
                                                                           #54428 East	               1	Mon.	     July	12	    6:30	–	9:30	p.m.	
                                                                           Instructor: Staff
                                                                           #54429 West	               1	Fri.	     Aug.	13	    6:30	–	9:30	p.m.	
                                                                           Instructor: Staff

                                                                           Do-it-yourself Home Repairs
                                                                           Whether for yourself or to earn a little extra money, knowing
                                                                           how to do basic home repairs can be a valuable skill! This
                                                                           course will help you learn the basics to start doing home repairs,
                                                                           brush up your current skill, or to think about being your own
                                                                           “handywoman” or handyman! You will learn how to diagnose
                                                                           the problem or request, evaluate what is needed to fix, repair,
                                                                           or improve it, and price it. You will also learn valuable tips on
                                                                           selling your skill to others for profit!
 CAMPUS LOCATIONS:                                                         Price: $65 (includes	notes/handouts)	                  Hours:	6.0
      •		 Eastern:
                                                                           CRN     CAMPUS            DAY        DATE          TIME
          4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills, OH 44122
                                                                           #18969 West	              3	Fri.	    May	7	–	21	   6:30	–	8:30	p.m.	
      •		 Metropolitan:
                                                                           Instructor: Staff
      	 2900	Community	College	Avenue,	Cleveland,	OH	44115
      •		 Western:
          11000	Pleasant	Valley	Road,	Parma,	OH	44130-5199
      •		 Unified Technologies Center
          2415 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115
      •		 Corporate College West (CCW):
          25425 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, OH 44145




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      FOR yOUR BeST FRIEND!                                                                        DESIGN aN
          DOG tRaINING                                                                        EyE-CatCHING FLyER
Dogs are our best friends and we want them to be everyone’s            Having a garage sale? Want to advertise your home-based
best friend! Training your dog can be a lot of fun. Through this       business? Need to inform colleagues or members of your
6-week course, you will learn how to raise and train a well-           favorite organization of upcoming events? Capture your family,
mannered, stable, and responsive companion through the use             class, work, or other experiences with a creative and informative
of positive reinforcement training. With positive reinforcement        flyer! Share your activities and photos to create an electronic
training, you’ll learn that you DO NOT need to force, jerk, push,      record to share with important people in your life. You will use
pull, harm or compel your dog to train it. Utilizing the science       Microsoft® Word to set up your template and to design your
of learning and the principals of operant conditioning, we teach       special flyer. You will work with columns, photos, and fold
how to shape behaviors we like and at the same time eliminate          styles! Bring your list of activities, photos, and other information
behaviors we don’t like. Your dog will learn the basic manners of      to class to personalize your flyer!
sit, recall (come), stay, wait, down, and how to walk on a loose       Note: Please bring your photos, etc. on a flash drive. You will
leash.                                                                 save your work to your flash drive.
Your dog must be at least 6 months old for this course and be          Price: $33	                  	                                         Hours:	3.0
up-to-date on all shots. Please bring current vaccination records      CRN                    CAMPUS               DAY       DATE        TIME
with you the first session. Since consistency is important for
                                                                       #54430	 East,	Room	Pending	                 1	Fri.	   June	18		   6	–	9	p.m.		
your dog to learn the behaviors and appropriate cues, we also
ask, if practical, that all household members be in attendance         #54431 West,	Room	Pending	                  1	Sat.	   Aug.	14	    9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.	
at each session. We welcome all breeds. Please bring a 6’                                     UTC,	Room	Pending	   1	Sat.	   Sept.	18	   9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.	
leash with a flat collar (no choke chains!) and treats. Dress
appropriately as our classes are outdoors. We will meet each
class in the parking lot designated below. The first session is
humans only. Class size is six dogs maximum.
Price: $125	    	                                       Hours:	6.0
CRN      CAMPUS            DAY       DATE              TIME
#54432	 East	                6	Mon.	 June	7	–	July	19	 6	–	7	p.m.
Meet in the “track area” off the corner of Richmond and Harvard
Roads.
No class July 5
#54433 West                6 Mon.    July 26 – Aug. 30 6 – 7 p.m.
Meet in parking lot “A”.
                                                                        METROPOLITAN CAMPUS




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                                  CRaFtS FOR tHE CREatIVE yOU!
Knitting                                                                 Knitting Intermediate:
Winter may be cold but you can be warm and comfortable in a              With the basics down, now create a beautiful swing coat/sweater
creation of your own design! Knitted outwear and other items             with ¾ length sleeves. In the practice sessions each week, you
are both functional and attractive. And, you can easily learn            will complete a square using a new pattern stitch.
how to make your own hand warmers, scarves, sweaters, and                Supply list: Will be discussed in the first class.
more! In these classes you learn the basic stitches needed to            Prerequisites: Must either have taken the Learn to Knit class
create your knitted item and you will learn how to read and              or have prior knitting experience. You should be skilled in the
follow a pattern.                                                        following	stitches:		stockinette,	garter,	ribbing,	and	increasing/
Learn to Knit: Choose your project from a hat, hand warmers,             decreasing stitches
scarf or tote bag.                                                       Note: All supplies are purchased separately by the student prior
                                                                         to first class.
Project 1 supply list	(choose	one	project):		
  Hat: suggested yarn is 1 skein of Wool Ease CHUNKY yarn by             Price: $69.95 	(Does	not	include	supplies.)	                 Hours:	8
  Lion Brand for small sizes and 2 skeins for large sizes, size10        CRN      CAMPUS                  DAY       DATE               TIME
  knitting needles that are 14” in length                                #54436	 West,	Room	Pending	      4	Sat.	   June	5	–	26	       9	–	11	a.m.		
  Hand Warmers: 1 skein of Wool Ease CHUNKY yarn by Lion
                                                                         #54437	 East,	Room	Pending	      4	Sat.	   July	10	–	31	      9	–	11	a.m.		
  Brand or 1 skein of Sensations brand Angel Hair yarn by Jo
  Ann fabrics, size 10 knitting needles that are 14” in length           	        Metro,	Room	Pending	    4	Sat.	   Sept.	11	–	25	     9	–	11	a.m.
                                                                                                                    & Oct. 2
  Scarf: 2 skeins of worsted weight yarn, any brand plus
  additional	practice	yarn,	size	8	or	9	knitting	needles	that	are	       	        CCW,	Room	Pending	      4	Sat.	   Oct.	9	–	30	       9	–	11	a.m.		
  14” in length OR Angel Hair yarn with size 10 knitting needles
  that are 14” in length                                                 Quilting: 12 Block Sampler Quilt (beginner class)
Project 2 supply list: 	(choose	one	project):                            Have you always wanted to learn how to quilt? This is the class
  Hat: suggested yarn is 4 skeins of Sugar and Cream brand,              for you! It’s a great class for beginners. You will learn to select
  size 8 knitting needles that are 14” in length                         fabrics for your quilt, to choose and use the proper tools needed
                                                                         for quilting, and to use several quilting techniques to make your
  Scarf: 4 skeins of Sugar and Cream brand yarn, size 8 knitting
                                                                         project come alive! You will have the option to either rotary cut
  needles that are 14” in length
                                                                         or scissor cut the blocks. You will be making a 12 block Sampler
  tote bag: 5 skeins of Wool Ease CHUNKY yarn by Lion Brand,             Quilt top that measures approximately 60” X 74”. You will not
  size 10 knitting needles that are 14” in length                        have to bring your sewing machine to class. Most block cutting
Practice supply list                                                     will be done in class and you will sew the blocks at home. Our
(bring to class regardless of project chosen)                            instructor who has taught this class in her shop twice a year for
Practice supplies: additional practice yarn (1 skein Red Heart           the past 17 years will demo block construction in class. It works
worsted weight, solid color yarn or any other brand of worsted           well this way.
weight;	yarn	should	be	a	light	color),	size	9,	10”	long	knitting	        Prerequisites: You need basic sewing experience.
needles, one size G crotchet hook (suggested brand Boye)                 Supply list: Will be discussed during the first class
Note: All supplies are purchased separately by the student prior         Price: $85	(Does	not	include	supplies)	                      Hours:	15
to first class.
                                                                         CRN      CAMPUS            DAY        DATE                  TIME
Price: $49.95	(Does	not	include	supplies.)	               Hours:	6.0
                                                                         #18972	 East	              6	Tues.	   May	11	–	25	&	        6:30	–	9	p.m.
CRN      CAMPUS                DAY       DATE            TIME                    Room Pending                  June 7 -21
#18971	 West,	Room	Pending	 3	Sat.	      May	1	–	15	     9	–	11	a.m.		   Instructor: TBA
#54434	 East,	Room	Pending	    3	Sat.	   June	12	–	26	   9	–	11	a.m.		   #54438	 Metro	             6	Tues.	   June	28	&	Aug.	3	 6:30	–	9	p.m.
                                                                                 Room Pending
#54435	 Metro,	Room	Pending	 3	Sat.	     Aug.	14	–	28	   9	–	11	a.m.
                                                                         Instructor: TBA
	        CCW,	Room	Pending	 3	Sat.	      Sept.	11	–	25	 9	–	11	a.m.      #54439 CCW	                6	Tues.	   Aug.	10	–	31	&	       6:30	–	9	p.m.	
                                                                                 Room Pending                  Sept. 7 – 14
                                                                         Instructor: TBA




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Double Wedding Ring Quilt (intermediate class)                          Lap-Size Rag Quilt (beginner class)
Using the John Flynn method, you will create a beautiful double         In this introductory class, you will make a lap size rag quilt you
wedding ring quilt. This traditional quilt is loved by everyone.        will actually finish using your sewing machine! Your instructor
You will be purchasing John Flynn’s Double Wedding Ring Step-           will supply a coupon to a local quilt shop for you to receive a
by-Step Workbook (spiral-bound) at a web site or book store of          discount however you may purchase your supplies at any store
your choice. Please bring the workbook to class. You will rotary        of your choosing.
cut strips of fabric, sew the strips together, and re-sew the strip     Supply list: Please purchase 5 different 1 & 1/4 yard fabrics,
units to obtain the correct angle for the wedding ring arcs. No         coordinating cotton thread, twin size batting, (preferably
more cutting our all those small pieces for the arcs! The quilt         cotton).		You	will	need	to	bring	to	class:		a	rotary	cutter,	an	
will surely become a family heirloom.                                   acrylic ruler, a cutting mat, a working sewing machine w/ power
Prerequisites: You need basic quilting experience. Please               cord, basic sewing supplies (pins, scissors, and thread). It is
purchase your workbook and fabric before class as you will need         suggested that you purchase flannel for this quilt as it makes a
both in class. Bring your sewing or quilting machine to class.          nicer, softer quilt.
Supply	list:		John	Flynn’s	Double	Wedding	Ring	Step-by-Step	
                                                                        Suggestion: You should use good quality fabric or you may be
Workbook (spiral-bound), John Flynn’s 15” Double Wedding
                                                                        disappointed in the finished product.
Ring acrylic templates, rotary cutter and mat, sewing machine,
¼”	foot	fort	dewing	machine,	100%	cotton	fabric	as	follows:		½	         Price: $70	(Does	not	include	supplies)		                Hours:	10
yard of 6 different 100% cotton fabrics (for arcs), 3/8 yard of 2       CRN       CAMPUS                DAY      DATE          TIME
different fabrics (for arc corner stones), 1 & ¼ yard 100% cotton
                                                                        #18974	 West,	Room	Pending	 4	Mon.	 May	3	–	24	        5:30	–	8	p.m.	
fabric for background, 4 yards of backing fabric, 1 yard of 100%
                                                                        Instructor: TBA
cotton fabric for binding
                                                                        #54443	 Metro,	Room	Pending	 4	Mon.	 June	7	–	28	      5:30	–	8	p.m.	
Price: $70	      	                                       Hours:	10
                                                                        Instructor: TBA
(Does not include supplies, equipment, or workbook)
                                                                        #54442	 CCW,	Room	Pending	 4	Mon.	 July		12	–	26			 5:30	–	8	p.m.	
CRN     CAMPUS                 DAY      DATE          TIME
                                                                                                           & Aug. 2
#18973	 West,	Room	Pending	 4	Wed.	 May	12	–	26	 6:30	–	9	p.m.          Instructor: TBA
                                    & June 2
Instructor: TBA
#54440	 Metro,	Room	Pending	 4	Wed.	 June	9	–	30	     6:30	–	9	p.m.	
Instructor: TBA
#54441	 CCW,	Room	Pending	 4	Wed.	 July	7	–	28	                     	
                                                      	6:30	–	9	p.m.	
Instructor: TBA




                                                                          CAMPUS LOCATIONS:
                                                                              •		 Eastern:
                                                                                  4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills, OH 44122
                                                                              •		 Metropolitan:
                                                                              	 2900	Community	College	Avenue,	Cleveland,	OH	44115
                                                                              •		 Western:
                                                                                  11000	Pleasant	Valley	Road,	Parma,	OH	44130-5199
                                                                              •		 Unified Technologies Center
                                                                                  2415 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115
                                                                              •		 Corporate College West (CCW):
                                                                                  25425 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, OH 44145




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                                                        NOtaRy PUBLIC
Instructor	Lewis	Fletcher,	is	a	licensed	notary	since	1992.	He	is	a	      Buying and Selling Investment Properties
licensed	real	estate	broker	in	the	state	of	Ohio	since	1995	and	is	
                                                                          In this course, you will learn the basics of buying and selling
licensed	in	real	estate	sales	since	1986.	
                                                                          real property. You will review the process, what makes a good
                                                                          investment property, valuation techniques, marketability, the
Become a Notary Public                                                    closing procedure, and how to do a successful home inspection
Whether you are preparing to add “Notary Public” to your                  prior to the final close.
resume or you already are a notary and need to renew your                 Price: $88	                  	                                          Hours:	8.0	
appointment, this course is designed to help you earn your
appointment quickly and effectively. You will review the                  CRN                    CAMPUS                DAY     DATE          TIME
responsibilities, duties, and powers that come with your                  #17903	 East,	Room	Pending	                  4	Sun.	 May	9	–	30	 1:30	–	3:30	p.m.
appointment. Learn how to offer your services, to properly                #53451	 West,	Room	Pending	 4	Sun.	 June	6	–	27	 1:30	–	3:30	p.m.
prospect for clients, to charge appropriate fees for your service,
                                                                          #54472	 CCW,	Room	Pending	 4	Mon.	 July	9	–	30	                    6	–	8	p.m.	
and how to track and report those fees. Additional fees for
county notary application, your notary supplies, and/or your              #54473	 Metro,	Room	Pending	 4	Sun.	 Aug.	8	–	29	 1:30	–	3:30	p.m.
notary exam are not included in price of course.                          	                      East,	Room	Pending	   4	Sun.	 Sept.	12	–	26		1:30	–	3:30	p.m.
Instructor: Lewis Fletcher                                                                                                     & Oct. 3
Price: $45	     	                                            Hours:	3.0
CRN       CAMPUS                DAY       DATE        TIME
#17781	 West,	Room	Pending	 1	Sat.	       May	8	      9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
#17782	 Metro,	Room	Pending	 1	Sat.	      May	15	     9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
#17783	 East,	Room	Pending	     1	Sat.	   May	22	     9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
#53430	 CCW,	Room	Pending	 1	Sat.	        June	5	     9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
#53431	 West,	Room	Pending	 1	Sat.	       June	12	    9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
#54470	 Metro,	Room	Pending	 1	Sat.	      July	10	    9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
	         CCW,	Room	Pending	 1	Sat.	      Sept.	11	   9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
#54471	 East,	Room	Pending	     1	Sat.	   Sept.	18	   9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
	         East,	Room	Pending	   1	Sat.	   Sept.	25	   9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
#53432	 Metro,	Room	Pending	 1	Sat.	      Oct.	9	     9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.




    CAMPUS LOCATIONS:
      •		 Eastern:
          4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills, OH 44122
                                                                              WESTERN CAMPUS




      •		 Metropolitan:
      	 2900	Community	College	Avenue,	Cleveland,	OH	44115
      •		 Western:
          11000	Pleasant	Valley	Road,	Parma,	OH	44130-5199
      •		 Unified Technologies Center
          2415 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115
      •		 Corporate College West (CCW):
          25425 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, OH 44145




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                              BOOMER U – New Directions for Dedicated Leaders
Are you age 45 or so and looking to change a career, discover           Module II: Career Development
a career after retirement, replace a lost position, start a small       Career development will be in the form of a modular approach
business, or move into nonprofit or volunteer work? Our                 with topics being handled via case studies, hands-on projects in
Boomer U has everything you need to assess your career                  the community, and development of portfolios. Participants will
options and give you the foundation skills you need to move             be coached toward particular areas resulting from their Career
in the direction you choose. The purpose of our Boomer U                Assessments in Module I.
New Directions Survey program is to assist you in updating              Classes will be hybrid in nature with participants onsite (on
your basic business and career knowledge to a broad base of             campus) two half days (Saturdays) per month for lectures/
currently needed skills and to employ your talent and abilities         class discussions, technology training, and to showcase their
where needed throughout the community. The goal is to help              work to date. The remainder of coursework will be completed
you ready yourself to take on the challenge of a second career,         online via a special web site to be offered by Tri-C. All
new business, or involvement in higher levels of nonprofit              courses will have technology as a base either for learning new
activity. This survey course will help boomers learn the basics         technologies, developing projects, social networking, and/
of how to be successful social entrepreneurs, a source of broad         or research. In-depth formulation of appropriate strategies to
based skills to organizations, or organizers and leaders of             offer resolution and alternatives to case study problems will
nonprofit organizations. You’ve made great strides in your life         be emphasized. Speakers will be those with a successful track
and your career. Now, let’s prepare for the future!                     record of engagement and resolution of issues in areas such
                                                                        as employment, healthcare, environment, and education.
Module I: Career assessment                                             Participants will be encouraged to use various online services to
Using career development software, your current skill set               search for opportunities.
and knowledge level will be matched against high-demand                 Topics	covered	in	class	and	via	online	will	be:	
occupations including small business ownership. This is a                 •	 Career	Development	
3.5-hour course on Saturday mornings. Module I may be taken
                                                                             •	 Technology
alone, however we suggest you take Module I & Module II to
prepare you to make the final decision on your new career.                   •	 Business	&	Finance
                                                                             •	 HealthCare	Training	
Topics	covered	in	class	and	via	online	assessments	will	be:	
                                                                          •	 Speaker	Series
  •	Regional	studies
                                                                             •	 Health	Career	options
  •	Personal	Assessment
                                                                             •	 Education
  •	Creating	a	“second”	life	plan
                                                                             •	 Nonprofit	Work
  •	Focus	on	individual	strengths
                                                                             •	 Small	Business	Ownership
  •	Portfolio	development,	resumes,	interviews
                                                                             •	 Green	Careers
  •	Introduction	to	Social	Networking
                                                                             •	 Public	Service	
  •	Presentation	skills	in	the	world	of	work
  •Second	Career	Options	                                               Price: $399		   	                                         Hours:	28

Price: $45		   	                                         Hours:	3.5     CRN      CAMPUS        DAY    DATE                 TIME
                                                                        #53448	 West	       8	Sat.	 July	10	–	Aug.	28	 9	a.m.	–	12:30	p.m.
CRN     CAMPUS                 DAY     DATE       TIME
                                                                                Room Pending
#18979	 East,	Room	Pending	    Sat.	   May	15	 9	a.m.	–	12:30	p.m.
#54474	 West,	Room	Pending	 Sat.	      June	19	 9	a.m.	–	12:30	p.m.
#54475	 East,	Room	Pending	    Sat.	   July	17	   9	a.m.	–	12:30	p.m.




                                         *NEED FINaNCIaL aSSIStaNCE?*
                                              Please contact Student Financial Assistance at
                                            216-987-4000 and choose option #2 to discuss any
                                               available sources of funding or scholarships.




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        CERtIFIED RECORDS                                                  CERtIFIED BOOKKEEPER
            MaNaGER                                                              tESt PREP
With almost all records being electronically gathered and stored     Already working in the bookkeeping field? Want to add
by companies today, information management is crucial to             additional value to your resume by becoming a Certified
the stability of business and business transactions. Sensitive       Bookkeeper with a credential through the American Institute
data is collected, analyzed, stored, manipulated, and otherwise      of	Professional	Bookkeepers	(AIPB)?	In	1997,	AIPB	established	
used to make decisions, transact business, and handle most           the first national standard for bookkeepers with its Certified
tasks associated with business. Electronic accumulation and          Bookkeeper program. This course will prepare you to take the
storage of data requires a procedure for accurately and securely     American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers Certification
handling company and customer records. This is a growing             exam. In this course, you will gain valuable experience and
field as the demand for records management has been steadily         practice	in	the	areas	of:	assets	and	liabilities,	basic	book	work,	
growing over the last decade.                                        balance sheet preparation and review, revenue tracking,
This course is designed for those with a minimum of two years        payroll entries, and general accounting techniques. This is a
experience in record management for those with a graduate            refresher course for those already working in the bookkeeping
degree or three years experience for those with a baccalaureate      or accounting fields and is designed for those desiring to take
degree. Additional experience is required for those without a        the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers Certification
minimum of a baccalaureate degree.                                   exam.
                                                                     Prerequisite: Minimum of two years in the bookkeeping field is
Please	call	216-987-2260	for	more	information	on	the	
                                                                     required
education/experience requirements, course schedule, etc.
                                                                     Price: $579*		 	                                           Hours:	39	
                                                                     *Includes instructional time only. Does not include textbooks,
                                                                     exam, costs associated with credentialing, software, or items
                                                                     associated with topic other than the instructional time.
                                                                     CRN      CAMPUS            DAY         DATE                TIME
                                                                     #53449	 CCW	               6	Sat.		   June	5	–	July	17	   9	a.m.	–	4	p.m.
                                                                             Room Pending
                                                                     Participants	should	bring	their	lunch	and	are	allotted	½	hour	for	
                                                                     lunch.
                                                                     No class July 3, 2010




 CAMPUS LOCATIONS:
    •		 Eastern:
        4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills, OH 44122
    •		 Metropolitan:
    	 2900	Community	College	Avenue,	Cleveland,	OH	44115
    •		 Western:
        11000	Pleasant	Valley	Road,	Parma,	OH	44130-5199
    •		 Unified Technologies Center
        2415 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115
    •		 Corporate College West (CCW):
        25425 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, OH 44145




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                                  Register: 866-933-5178

        BUyING aND SELLING                                                                         HEaLtHCaRE CaREERS
             ON EBay                                                                                  ExPLORatION
Want to earn some extra income? Or, do you just want to move             Looking for a new career? The healthcare field offers many
some unwanted items? Learn the basics from the beginning!                interesting and challenging occupations. This course is designed
In this course, you will learn how to buy and sell on eBay               to help you explore several career options in the healthcare field
the world’s most popular Internet auction website. You will              and to become acquainted with the requirements necessary to
also learn how to “shop” for online bargains on site such as             successfully compete for the good jobs! You will learn a variety
eBAY. From there, you will open and customize your eBAY                  of healthcare career options with emphasis on qualifications,
“Store”. Learn how to open your account, set up your store,              job responsibilities and employment opportunities. This course
appropriately and competitively “price” items for quick sale,            includes identifying components from each healthcare career
ship items, and collect payment. You will also learn tips for            that relate to lifestyle risk factors. You will discuss becoming
developing a good rating as a “seller” online. Finally, you will         an educated consumer enabling you to easily acquire accurate
learn how to describe and list your items. You will work with            healthcare information.
listing formats, develop competitive pricing strategies, and             Price: $159		                 	                                   Hours:	16
explore various shipping options
Prerequisites: basic computer knowledge and Internet use                 CRN                       CAMPUS   DAY       DATE              TIME
Textbook: “eBAY for Beginners” available online or at most               #17987	 West	                      4	Sat.	   May	15	–	June	12	 9	a.m.	–	1	p.m.
bookstores                                                                        Room Pending
                                                                         No class May 29
Price: $145	    	                                           Hours:	9
CRN      CAMPUS                 DAY    DATE          TIME
#18013	 West,	Room	Pending	 3	Sat.	 May	1	–	15	 9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
#54476	 Metro,	Room	Pending	 3	Sat.	 June	12	–	26	 9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.		
#54477	 East,	Room	Pending	     3	Sat.	 July	10	–	24	 9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
#54478	 West,	Room	Pending	 3	Sat.	 Aug.	14	-	28	 9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
                                                                          CORPORATE COLLEGE WEST




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  INtERNatIONaL BUSINESS                                                                             HORtICULtURE CaREER
       ExPLORatION                                                                                      ExPLORatION
Globalization is here! Discover a new world or career                Explore 12 careers associated with ornamental horticulture
opportunities along with what it takes to achieve career success     including urban forestry, public gardens, landscape design,
by internationalizing yourself! Learn from and network with          and estate gardening. Each class meeting, an expert in that
our global business guest speakers. Develop an effective             evening’s topic will discuss with you possible job opportunities,
professional portfolio to achieve a competitive advantage.           educational requirements for the jobs, and daily routines and
Whether just starting out, changing careers, or seeking a            responsibilities for working in that particular field.
promotion, international business is the future and the future is    Textbook: None
now!                                                                 Please	call	Sharon	at	216-987-2260	for	more	information.
Required text: For first class, the textbook Careers in
International Business can be purchased at any of Tri-C’s
bookstores located on each campus. (Paperback, 2003 by Ed
Holloran,	ISBN	987-0071407359)	
Price: $199	    	                                       Hours:	16	
CRN       CAMPUS         DAY      DATE            TIME
#53447	 East	        8	Thurs.	 June	3	–	July	22	 6:30	–	8:30	p.m.
        Room Pending




 CAMPUS LOCATIONS:
                                                                       UNIFIED TECHNOLOGIES CENTER




      •		 Eastern:
          4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills, OH 44122
      •		 Metropolitan:
      	 2900	Community	College	Avenue,	Cleveland,	OH	44115
      •		 Western:
          11000	Pleasant	Valley	Road,	Parma,	OH	44130-5199
      •		 Unified Technologies Center
          2415 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115
      •		 Corporate College West (CCW):
          25425 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, OH 44145




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                                                        Career Exploration
                                                       Information: ComEd@Tri-C.edu
                                                          Register: 866-933-5178



      VOICE-OVERS: LEt yOUR                                                        tESt PREPaRatION
       VOICE WORK FOR yOU                                                             FOR aDULtS
Have a nice voice? Not sure if you do? Why not have fun                 graduate Management Admission Test®
finding out? Use your voice to earn additional income or just
for professional narrating or presentations. You will review the
                                                                        (gMAT®)
basics of voice perfection for fun or for work. Learn techniques        Get ready to take the GMAT for placement in your graduate
for voice-overs & voice-acting to use for radio, TV, movies, audio      program. This comprehensive course will give you the practice
books, or even for Webinars and other Internet tools!                   and the tips you need to do your absolute best on the exam. The
                                                                        GMAT is a standardized exam. Business schools and colleges
Price: $59.95	 	                                        Hours:	3.0	     use the exam to measure business and management knowledge
CRN     CAMPUS                   DAY        DATE        TIME            of potential students. The exam measures your knowledge
#18018	 West,	Room	Pending	      1	Fri.	    May	14	     6	–	9	p.m.		    of business, your basic job skill, various areas of knowledge
                                                                        from your college work already, and to a degree assesses your
#53450	 East,	Room	Pending	      1	Mon.	    June	14	    6	–	9	p.m.		
                                                                        interpersonal skill and motivation to enter this area. Exams
                                                                        are given by a variety of test centers throughout the world on
                                                                        varying schedules. You should plan to prepare for the exam 3 –
                                                                        6 months before taking the exam.
                                                                        Required Text: The Official Guide for GMAT Review (GMA).
                                                                        Available at any Tri-C bookstore
                                                                        Price: $199.95		                                          Hours:	18	
                                                                        CRN      CAMPUS           DAY     DATE                TIME
                                                                        #18021	 East	          6	Sat.	    June	5	–	July	17	   9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
                                                                                  Room Pending
                                                                        No class July 3

                                                                        Law School Admission Test (LSAT)
                                                                        The LSAT is a half-day, standardized test given 4 times per
                                                                        year:		June,	September	(or	October),	December	and	February.		
                                                                        Various approved training centers offer the test which is usually
                                                                        given on a Saturday however some schedules deviate due to the
                                                                        observance of the Sabbath. Many law schools require the LSAT
                                                                        be taken by December for acceptance into the fall class. The test
                                                                        consists of five 35-minute sections of multiple-choice questions
                                                                        that aim to measure measures your analytical ability, reading
                                                                        comprehension, and logical reasoning. This comprehensive
                                                                        course helps you prepare and review for the test to ensure you
                                                                        do your very best! You will work with the instructor (and peer
                                                                        group) for a total of 84 hours, meeting 4 hours each class for 21
                                                                        class periods.
                                                                        Required Text: Cracking the LSAT with DVD, 2011 Edition,
                                                                        by the Princeton Review (available June, 2010) in all Tri-C
                                                                        bookstores	ISBN:	978-0-375-42980-4	(0-375-42980-8);	additional	
                                                                        practice books and DVD’s will be discussed in class
                                                                        Price: $1,150	 	                                          Hours:	84
                                                                        CRN     CAMPUS          DAY          DATE              TIME
                                                                        #54479	 West	        11	Sat.	and	 Jun.	12	–	Aug.	28	 9	a.m.	–	1	p.m.	
                                                                                Room Pending 10 Wed.      Jun. 16 – Aug. 18 6 – 10 p.m.




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                                                                                             Continuing Education
                                                                                              Information: ComEd@Tri-C.edu
                                                                                                 Register: 866-933-5178



                                                                     CEU’S
Business Communication                                                   ServSafe Food Handling Certification:
In this changing economy, you need to be sharp to be                     ServSafe Initial Certification
competitive and marketable. Easily fine-tune your business               Need your certification as a safe food handler? This course
writing and communication skills by learning effective                   prepares you to take the exam and become certified. Once
communication styles that work for a variety of audiences                certified, you have many employment options open to you in
(including your children!). Draft professional business letters,         the food services business.
proposals, reports, requests, and short messages (email, e-vites).       Textbook: ServSafe® Essentials 5th edition; may be purchased in
Learn the tricks to getting the interview and making your                any Tri-C bookstore or online; cost of textbook not included in
resume stand out among all the others. Learn tips to persuasive          price of course.
conversation.
                                                                         Price: $169.95		                                             Hours:	16
Price: $99 	    	                                        Hours:	8.0	
                                                                         CRN     CAMPUS           DAY        DATE                  TIME
CRN       CAMPUS          DAY       DATE                TIME
                                                                         #18961 East              4 Tues.    May 11 – June 1       6 – 10 p.m.
#54480	 CCW	              4	Mon.	   June	21	–	July	19	 6	–	8	p.m.               Room Pending
        Room Pending
                                                                         #54483	 West	            4	Wed.	 June	9	–	30	             6	–	10	p.m.
          UTC             4 Wed.    June 23 – July 14   6 – 8 p.m.               Room Pending
          Room Pending
                                                                         #54484	 Metro	           2	Sat.	    July	10	–	17	         9	a.m.	–	5	p.m.
	         West	           4	Sat.	   Aug.	7	–	28	        9	–	11	a.m.		            Room Pending
          Room Pending
          East            4 Sat.    Sept. 11 – 25 &     6 – 8 p.m.       ServSafe Re-Certification Course
          Room Pending              Oct. 2
                                                                         Ongoing certification is required to maintain or renew your
                                                                         license as a food handler in most food services businesses
                                                                         and other entities handling food. A current certificate (issued
                                                                         less than 3 years from the date of the course you choose) from
                                                                         ServSafe® National Registry of Safe Food Professionals, or
                                                                         Thompson Prometric must be presented to the instructor to
                                                                         take this re-certification course.
                                                                         Price: $119.95		                                             Hours:	7.0
                                                                         CRN     CAMPUS                     DAY        DATE        TIME
                                                                         #18984	 Metro,	Room	Pending	       1	Sat.	    May	8	      9	a.m.	–	4	p.m.		

                                                                         ServSafe Re-test
                                                                         This session is for those who must retest in order to receive a
                                                                         ServSafe® Certification. Exams are available in English only at
                                                                         this time.
                                                                         Price: $69.95	 	                                             Hours:	3.0
    CAMPUS LOCATIONS:                                                    CRN     CAMPUS                     DAY         DATE         TIME
      •		 Eastern:                                                       #54486	 East,	Room	Pending	        1	Tues.	    June	1	      6	–	9	p.m.
          4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills, OH 44122
                                                                         #54487	 West,	Room	Pending	        1	Wed.	     June	30	     6	–	9	p.m.		
      •		 Metropolitan:
                                                                         #54485 Metro, Room Pending         1 Sat.      July 17      2 – 5 p.m.
      	 2900	Community	College	Avenue,	Cleveland,	OH	44115
      •		 Western:
          11000	Pleasant	Valley	Road,	Parma,	OH	44130-5199
      •		 Unified Technologies Center
          2415 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115
      •		 Corporate College West (CCW):
          25425 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, OH 44145




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       Continuing Education
        Information: ComEd@Tri-C.edu
           Register: 866-933-5178



                                                                 CEU’S
Personal Trainer CEU’s                                                       tEaCHER/EDUCatOR CEU’S
Need to maintain your certification? Or, just looking to enhance
your	skills	set?	We	offer	two	specialized	courses:	Fitness	
Planning for Seniors, Fitness Planning for Youth.
                                                                       Designing Your Classroom Newsletter
                                                                       Keep your students’ parents informed with an informative,
                                                                       stylish newsletter created by you with help from your students
Fitness Planning for Older Adults                                      in class! Using Microsoft® Word, you’ll learn how to set up your
This course is designed for fitness professionals to design and        newsletters with columns, attractive mastheads, embedded
implement fitness programs for older adults. Areas covered             class photos, and more. You’ll learn to use a template and to
include:	physiology	and	biomarkers	of	aging,	effect	of	exercise,	      create a newsletter from scratch.
chronic conditions, assessment and programming, and
                                                                       Price: $35		   	                                         Hours:	3.0	
marketing to the older population.
Please	call	216-987-2260	for	schedule.                                 CRN     CAMPUS                 DAY       DATE     TIME
                                                                       #18989	 West,	Room	Pending	    1	Thurs.	 May	20	 5:30	–	8:30	p.m.
Fitness Planning for Youth                                             #54490	 Metro,	Room	Pending	 1	Sat.	     June	5		 9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
This course is designed for fitness professionals to design
and implement fitness programs for the youth athlete and
non-athlete.	Areas	covered	include:	growth	and	development	
physiologically and psychologically, nutritional considerations
including obesity, and common youth injuries. Also included
is an assessment, planning, and implementation exercise of
endurance, flexibility and strength programs for youth.
Price: $89	    	                                        Hours:	6.0
CRN     CAMPUS                 DAY       DATE             TIME
#18967 Metro, Room Pending 3 Mon.        May 10 – 24      6 – 8 p.m.
#54488 East, Room Pending      3 Tues.   June 1 – 15      6 – 8 p.m.
#54489 West, Room Pending      3 Wed.    June 23 – July 7 6 – 8 p.m.




      Do you have an idea for a course?                                         attENtION tEaCHERS,
       are you certified in a particular area or do
                                                                               EDUCatORS, aND OtHER
       you have the educational and experiential                             EDUCatION PROFESSIONaLS:
             background to teach a course?                                     Need a specific course to meet your licensing
                                                                                   requirements for the state of Ohio?
      	Please	call	Sharon	at	216-987-2260	or	email	your
                                                                                      Give us a call at 216-987-2260.
             resume	to		Sharon.Styffe@tri-c.edu.
                                                                                We can customize a course for you or send
                                                                                    you a current list of CEU courses.




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                                                                                                     Youth Programs
                                                                                                  Information: ComEd@Tri-C.edu
                                                                                                     Register: 866-933-5178



                               EDUCatIONaL COURSES aND CLUBS
Driver Ed                                                                  Self Defense Classes for Youth
(Classroom instruction only)                                               (Ages 7 – 10, 11 – 15)
Prerequisite: For students ages 15 years and five months or                Tri-C will offer a comprehensive self-defense course for children
older as of the start date of class                                        and young adults taught by 6th degree black belt James Longs.
Learn the classroom part of the OH-approved driver education               Instructor Longs is from Hillcrest Academy and Fenix Self
program. Students less than 18 years of age must attend the                Defense. This course offers discipline, various situational self-
mandated 24 hours of instruction required by Ohio law and                  defense techniques, and exercise as well as fun! It concentrates
must pass a written test. Upon successful completion of both               on the importance of “stranger danger”, what to do in public
parts of the class, students will be awarded a certificate and             or private adversarial situations, as well as teaching young
may qualify for an auto insurance discount. Required text will             people how to defend themselves physically as a last resort and
be	given	to	each	student	in	class.	Note:	Students	register	for	            to get home safely. Grouped in ages, each class will consist of
the road instruction directly with Advanced Driving School                 stretching, basic drills on stances, proper strikes, technique
by calling 440-382-1000. Ohio law requires students take the               instruction, interactive technique practice and running
classroom and road instruction with the same driving school.               techniques	back.		The	focus	areas	are:		defense	against	(front,	
Tri-C uses Advanced Driving School. Students have six months               side, rear) chokes, bear hugs (front, side, rear), wrist grabs,
from the start of the classroom instruction to successfully                dragging, punches, kicks, defense against weapons in addition
complete both the classroom and road instruction.                          to	other	defensive	maneuvers.	Prerequisites:		All	students	
                                                                           should wear comfortable clothing and sneakers, and must wear
Price: $99	      	                                       Hours:	24
                                                                           a mouth guard for protection. Parents will be sent a medical
CRN      CAMPUS          DAY        DATE              TIME                 information and liability waiver form upon registration. Class
#53579	 East	          8	Sat.	      June	5	–	July	31	 9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.		   rules will be reviewed with students for their safety.
          Room Pending
                                                                           ages 7 – 10: co-ed class teaches discipline, body coordination,
No class July 3
                                                                           basic age appropriate defensive strikes and techniques,
#53578	 East	        4	Mon.	&		 July	9	–	Aug.	2	 8	–	11	a.m.	              grappling, “stranger danger”, rolls and falling properly, as well
        Room Pending 4 Fri.                                                as other fun activities conducive to the class.
#53580	 Metro,	      4	Mon.	&		 July	9	–	Aug.	2	 1	–	4	p.m.		              ages 11 – 15: co-ed class teaches self discipline, defensive
        Room Pending 4 Fri.                                                techniques, rolls and falls, grappling, as well as basic fitness, fun
	        East	         8	Fri.	     Sept.	10	–	24,	    6	–	9	p.m.	          and exercise.
	        Room	Pending	 Oct.	1	–	29
                                                                           Price: $198	    	                                         Hours:	18
	        Metro	       8	Sat.	     Sept.	11	–	25,	     9	a.m.	–12	p.m.
         Room Pending Oct. 2 – 30                                          ages 7 – 10:
                                                                           CRN      CAMPUS           DAY       DATE        TIME
Financial Literacy for Young Adults                                        #54502	 East	           6	Mon.		 June	7	–	      6:30	–	8	p.m.	
(ages 14 – 18)                                                             	         Room	Pending	 &	6	Sat.	 July	24	      10	–	11:30	a.m.
                                                                           No class July 3 & 5
Learn the basics of managing money you earn, budgeting
for college, a car and other expenses, investing some of your              #54504	 Metro,	         6	Mon.	 Aug.	7	–		      6:30	–	8	p.m.	
savings, managing a checkbook, applying for credit and credit              	         Room	Pending	 &	6	Sat.	 Sept.	20	     10	–	11:30	a.m.
scores, and other useful activities.                                       No class September 6

For	a	schedule	please	call	216-987-2260.	                                  ages 11 – 15:
                                                                           #54503	 East	           7	Wed.		 June	9	–		     6:30	–	8	p.m.
                                                                           	         Room	Pending	 &	5	Sat.		 July	21	     10	–	11:30	a.m.
                                                                           No class July 3
    attENtION teachers, principals, counselors,                            #54505	 Metro	            7	Wed.		 Aug.	11	–		 6:30	–	8	p.m.	
                                                                                     Room Pending & 5 Sat. Sept. 22       11:45	a.m.	–	1:15	p.m.
        and other education professionals:                                 No class September 4, 2010
      Our youth programs and camps are available onsite
     at your school in an after-school format. And, we can
      customize a course to fit the needs of your students.
     For more information or to request a course not listed
       in	this	catalog,	please	call	Sharon	at	216-987-2260.


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SAT Prep                                                               Young Computer geeks
This course is designed for youth ages 15 -17 that need to take        Is the next Bill Gates living in your house? One way to find
the SAT exam to enter college. You will review topic matter            out! Our after-school and weekend technology courses are
covered on the exam as well as strategies that will help you           challenging and rewarding. And, they may just spark a career
confidently complete the exam. You will work through the type          interest in enterprising, young students.
of questions you should see on the SAT exam and review ways            All of these courses are taught by professionally trained staff
to correctly answer the questions without guessing. This course        of Tri-C. All staff hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree or
offers preparation in reading comprehension, math, writing,            higher in technology, have real-world experience in their area
and effective grammar.                                                 of expertise, and have been teaching for at least two or more
Required textbook: The Official SAT Study Guide™ published by          years. Each course is reasonably priced at $126 for nine hours of
the College Board. This book is available at all Tri-C bookstores.     hands-on instruction.
Price: $239	 	                                          Hours:	21.0	
Call	216-987-2260	for	a	fall	class	schedule                            2D Video game Design
                                                                       (Grades 4 – 6; 7 – 9; 10 and up)
Young Entrepreneurs Club                                               Design a basic computer video game. You do not need prior
(Ages 13 - 18)                                                         experience. You will learn computer graphics techniques and
Are you the one who seeks out and grabs opportunities? or the          animation fundamentals. Create an exciting landscape for your
one who can’t wait to earn your first million?                         game and add realism using collision detection, sound, and
Tri-C has numerous resources dedicated to helping youth                more. You will work with a partner to develop your game and
achieve their ultimate goals. Our goal is to expand young              each student will take home a CD with her or his game to play
minds and help them use that spirit they have. Our Young               at home.
Entrepreneurs Club uses state-of-the-art technology to help            Prerequisite: None
the next aspiring Bill Gates or Steve Jobs get started. This           Price: $126	 	                                       Hours:	9.0	
program offers your young entrepreneur a look into the world
                                                                       Grades 4 – 6
of business, helps tap the creativity she or he has, and helps
                                                                       CRN      CAMPUS        DAY          DATE                TIME
them get started in developing their concept for a profitable
enterprise. Basic computer skills are needed.                          #19005	 East	         6	Sat.	       May	1	–	June	12	    9	–	10:30	a.m.	
                                                                                 Room Pending
Price: $265	 	                                          Hours:	24.0
                                                                       No class Saturday, May 29.
Please	call	216-987-2260	for	a	fall	schedule	or	for	our	summer	        Instructor: Scott Baker
camp guide featuring the Young Entrepreneurs Summer Club.
                                                                       Grades 7 -9
                                                                       CRN      CAMPUS        DAY          DATE               TIME
Fun with Math!
Tune-up your math proficiency with this fun and interactive            #19003	 East	         6	Sat.	       May	1	–	June	12	 11:30	a.m.	–	1	p.m.
math refresher class! This course is designed for those who                      Room Pending
need extra practice for homework, to excel at tests including          No class Saturday, May 29.
                                                                       Instructor: Scott Baker
placement tests, and those who want a little extra practice.
These courses use an interactive, computerized math game and           Grades 10 and up
a super fun math instructor to help you breeze through math.           CRN      CAMPUS               DAY          DATE               TIME
Taking the SAT this year? This course can help you brush up on         #19004	 East	                 6	Sat.	      May	1	–	June	12	 2	–	3:30	p.m.	
your Math skill. Take the SAT Prep course offered by Tri-C for                 Room Pending
extra practice!
                                                                        No class Saturday, May 29.
Math Games ages 12 and up:                                             Instructor: Scott Baker
Price: $35	     	                                       Hours:	4	
Please	call	216-987-2260	for	a	fall	schedule.                          3D Video game Design
algebra Games ages 14 and up:                                          (Grades 4 – 6, 7 – 9, 10 and up)
Price: $39	     	                                       Hours:		4	     You can easily move to the next level in game design in this 3D
Please	call	216-987-2260	for	a	fall	schedule.                          game design course. You will learn about lighting, textures, and
                                                                       other tools to create a realistic environment. You will add your
                                                                       characters to your 3D environment and you will make them
                                                                       lifelike using movement and sound techniques. You will work
                                                                       with a partner and each student will take home a CD with her or
                                                                       his game to play at home.
                                                                       Prerequisite: 2D Video Game Design or prior programming
                                                                       familiarity
                                                                       Price: $126	 	                                           Hours:	9.0	
                                                                       Grades 4 – 6: 	See	our	summer	camp	guide	or	call	216-987-2260	
                                                                       for a fall schedule.
                                                                       Grades 7 -9:		See	our	summer	camp	guide	or	call	216-987-2260	
                                                                       for a fall schedule.
                                                                       Grades 10 and up: See our summer camp guide or call
                                                                       216-987-2260	for	a	fall	schedule.


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Digital Video Production                                                 Web Design with Animation
(Grades 4 – 6, 7 – 9, 10 and up)                                         (Grades 4 – 6, 7 - 9)
Learn the basics of manual camera operation using advanced               Create a Web site that highlights your creativity. Students will
digital cameras. You will cover shot composition, manual focus,          learn the basics of HTML programming, site organization,
and techniques for producing quality video while shooting in             and animation. In addition to placing text and images on their
the field. You will also use professional editing software to add        sites, students will learn about cascading style sheets and the
effects, audio, and graphics to your projects. In teams of four          use of tables in site layout. Students work in teams of two per
to six, you will learn to shoot short documentaries, ads, and            computer. Parents are invited on the last half hour of the last
comedy sketch videos. You will also go home with a DVD of                day for a demonstration. Each student will go home with a disc
your videos. After taking this course, students in grades six to         of his or her Web site.
eight and nine to 12 should consider entering the Student Video          Price: $126	 	                                           Hours:	9.0	
Contest sponsored by eTech Ohio, the Ohio Public Television
Stations, and The Ohio Department of Education.                          Grades 4 – 6
Price: $126	 	                                           Hours:	9.0	     CRN      CAMPUS             DAY      DATE               TIME
                                                                         #19017	 CCW	               6	Sat.		 May	1	–	June	12	    9	–	10:30	a.m.
Grades 4 – 6                                                                       Room Pending
CRN       CAMPUS        DAY     DATE               TIME                  No class Saturday, May 29.
#19006	 CCW	            6	Sat.	 May	1	–	June	12	 9	–	10:30	a.m.          Instructor: TBA
          Room Pending                                                   	        East	              6	Sat.	 May	22	–	June	26	 9	–	10:30	a.m.
No class Saturday, May 29.                                                        Room Pending
Instructor: Joe Yanick                                                   Instructor: TBA
#19009	 East	         6	Sat.	 May	22	–	June	26	 9	–	10:30	a.m.
         Room Pending                                                    Grades 7 -9
Instructor: Staff                                                        CRN     CAMPUS        DAY     DATE               TIME
                                                                         	        CCW	       6	Sat.	   May	1	–	June	12	   11:30	a.m.	–	1	p.m.
Grades 7 -9                                                                       Room Pending
CRN       CAMPUS        DAY     DATE               TIME                  No class May 29.
#19007	 CCW	            6	Sat.	 May	1	–	June	12	 11:30	a.m.	–	1	p.m.	    Instructor: TBA
          Room Pending                                                   	        East	      6	Sat.	   May	22	–	June	26	 11:30	a.m.	–	1	p.m.
No class Saturday, May 29.                                                        Room Pending
Instructor: Joe Yanick                                                   Instructor: TBA
#19011	 East	         6	Sat.	 May	22	–	June	26	 11:30	a.m.	–	1	p.m.
         Room Pending                                                    Grades 10 and up
Instructor: Staff                                                        CRN      CAMPUS             DAY      DATE               TIME
                                                                         	         CCW	             6	Sat.	 May	1	–	June	12	     2	–	3:30	p.m.	
Grades 10 and up                                                                   Room Pending
#19008	 CCW	            6	Sat.	 May	1	–	June	22	 2		–	3:30	p.m.			   	   No class Saturday, May 29.
          Room Pending                                                   Instructor: TBA
No class Saturday, May 29.
                                                                         	        East	              6	Sat.	 May	22	–	June	26	 2	–	3:30	p.m.
Instructor: Joe Yanick
                                                                                  Room Pending
#19010	 East	         6	Sat.	 May	22	–	June	26	 2	–	3:30	p.m.            Instructor: TBA
         Room Pending
Instructor: Staff




  CAMPUS LOCATIONS:
      •		 Eastern:
          4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills, OH 44122
      •		 Metropolitan:
      	 2900	Community	College	Avenue,	Cleveland,	OH	44115
      •		 Western:
          11000	Pleasant	Valley	Road,	Parma,	OH	44130-5199
      •		 Unified Technologies Center
          2415 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115
      •		 Corporate College West (CCW):
          25425 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, OH 44145




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Digital Art & Animation                                                         Anime for the Young Artiste’
(Grades 4 – 6, 7 – 9, 10 and up)                                                (Grades 4 – 6, 7 – 9, 10 and up)
You will learn the fundamental principles of object oriented                    Interested in Anime? Learn the basics of creating a character
programming through animation. You will learn how to create                     and developing its own unique personality. Set your characters
your own animation which can be a story, interactive game, or a                 into a scene or narrative to create a story. You will learn different
basic dance, while learning the basic structure of programming                  rendering techniques using the latest in software developed
and without using any technical programming language! These                     especially for Anime’.
concepts will be used to populate a virtual world that you will                 Price: $126	 	                                            Hours:	9.0	
animate with objects, people, animals, and vehicles. While
making games and animations, you will learn the principles                      Grades 4 – 6
behind Java, C++, and C#. You will work in teams, with each                     CRN       CAMPUS      DAY     DATE               TIME
student going home with a CD of his or her game.                                #19029	 CCW	          6	Sat.	 May	1	–	June	12	   9	–	10:30	a.m.
Price: $126	    	                                       Hours:	9.0	                       Room Pending
CRN       CAMPUS             DAY    DATE                TIME                    No class Saturday, May 29.
                                                                                Instructor: TBA
Grades 4 – 6
                                                                                #19026	 East	       6	Sat.	 May	22	–	June	26	 9	–	10:30	a.m.
#19023	 CCW	                 6	Sat.	 May	1	–	June	12	   9	–	10:30	a.m.                    Room Pending
          Room Pending                                                          Instructor: TBA
No class Saturday, May 29.
                                                                                Grades 7 -9
Instructor: TBA
                                                                                #19028	 CCW	          6	Sat.	 May	1	–	June	12	   11:30	a.m.	–	1	p.m.
#19022	 East	                6	Sat.	 May	22	–	June	26	 9	–	10:30	a.m.
                                                                                          Room Pending
          Room Pending
                                                                                No class Saturday, May 29.
Instructor: TBA
                                                                                Instructor: TBA
Grades 7 -9                                                                     #19027	 East	       6	Sat.	 May	22	–	June	26	 11:30	a.m.	–	1	p.m.
CRN       CAMPUS     DAY     DATE               TIME                                      Room Pending
                                                                                Instructor: TBA
#19021	 CCW		        6	Sat.	 May	1	–	June	12	   11:30	a.m.	–	1:00	p.m.	
          Room Pending                                                          Grades 10 and up
No class Saturday, May 29.
                                                                                CRN       CAMPUS      DAY     DATE               TIME
Instructor: TBA
                                                                                #19024	 CCW	          6	Sat.	 May	1	–	June	12	   2		–	3:30	p.m.		
#19020	 East	      6	Sat.	 May	22	–	June	26	 11:30	a.m.	–	1:00	p.m.
                                                                                          Room Pending
          Room Pending
                                                                                No class Saturday, May 29.
Instructor: TBA
                                                                                Instructor: TBA
Grades 10 and up                                                                #19025	 East	       6	Sat.	 May	22	–	June	26	 2	–	3:30	p.m.
#19019	 CCW	                 6	Sat.	 May	1	–	June	12	   2	–	3:30	p.m.			                  Room Pending
          Room Pending                                                          Instructor: TBA
No class Saturday, May 29.
Instructor: TBA
#19018	 East	                6	Sat.	 May	22	–	June	26	 2	–	3:30	p.m.
          Room Pending
Instructor: TBA




                                                                           Teen Culinary Academy
                                                                           Does your teen enjoy creating
                                                                           delicious treats? Want your teen
                                                                           to learn more about culinary
                                                                           skills and careers and to learn
                                                                           proper kitchen safety techniques
                                                                           before going to college or off into
                                                                           the world on her or his own?
                                                                           Call	us	at	216-987-2260	for
                                                                           more information on our new
                                                                           Teen Culinary Academy meeting
                                                                           Saturday mornings beginning
                                                                           in May.




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Digital Photography for Young Adults
(Grades 1 – 3, 4 – 6, 7 – 9, 10 and up)
Capture a memory! This course is specially designed for young




                                                                            EASTERN CAMPUS
photogs! Each student will learn how to use her or his digital
camera, how to upload photos from the camera to her or his PC,
and how to edit the shots for a quality look.
You will learn the basics of digital photography including how
to:		hold	a	camera	for	a	good	shot,	develop	basic	composition,	
use camera controls, use autofocus and manual focus, and
work with optimal lighting. You will learn how to edit and
enhance photos, work with varying points of view, and how to
take care of your camera. You will practice using your skill to
create exciting projects for school or to track family and school
activities. As practical, students will work outside around
campus to take shots. Students should dress comfortably and




                                                                            METROPOLITAN CAMPUS
practically for weather conditions.
Each age group will work with topics suitable for that age.
Students are encouraged to bring their own cameras to ensure
the best experience for them.
Prerequisites: Students should have a basic knowledge of
computers and should bring their digital cameras and operator’s
manual to class. We have a limited number of cameras for
students to borrow during class. Students should also bring a
flash drive to class to save their work. As able, students will use
MAC computers and PhotoShop to upload, organize, edit, and
share their photos.
Textbook: None; handouts provided in class
$39.95	      	                                              Hours:	4.5      WESTERN CAMPUS
CRN        CAMPUS          DAY       DATE                 TIME
Grades 7 - 9
#19031	 West	              5	Sat.	   May	8	–	June	12	     9	–	11:00	a.m.	
          Room Pending
No class May 29.
$89	      	                Hours:	10
CRN        CAMPUS          DAY       DATE                 TIME
Grades 10 and up
#54493	 West	              5	Sat.	   June	19	–	July	24	   9	–	11	a.m.
           Room Pending
                                                                            CORPORATE COLLEGE WEST




No class July 3.




 CAMPUS LOCATIONS:
      •		 Eastern:
                                                                            UNIFIED TECHNOLOGIES CENTER




          4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills, OH 44122
      •		 Metropolitan:
      	 2900	Community	College	Avenue,	Cleveland,	OH	44115
      •		 Western:
          11000	Pleasant	Valley	Road,	Parma,	OH	44130-5199
      •		 Unified Technologies Center
          2415 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115
      •		 Corporate College West (CCW):
          25425 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, OH 44145




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                                              Youth Environmental Programs
                                                          Information: ComEd@Tri-C.edu
                                                             Register: 866-933-5178



                   ENVIRONMENtaL CLUBS FOR yOUNG aDULtS
Environmental Youth Club:                                                  Young Earth Watchers Club
(Ages 6 - 9)                                                               (Ages 11 – 14, 15 and up)
Students will learn about their environment through a discovery            Students will learn about green topics through classroom
walk, construct a project on microenvironments, and work                   demonstrations by the Tri-C Green Academy, virtual tours, and
on “adopting a spot” in the community to work on over the                  Biotrekker (a grassroots campaign to serve future generations
sessions. Students will work through a Web of Life exercise that           and have fun doing it; the purpose is to spread awareness
considers the interconnectedness of living organisms and the               of where our energy currently comes from and to inspire
working of a food chain. Pollution will be introduced along                organizations and individuals to implement renewable energy
with the concept of reduce, reuse and recycle. Class includes              and sustainable practices now).
handouts for exercises and a sampling of plants. Please call 216-          these green concepts are:
987-2260	for	a	supply	list	and	1-866-933-5178	to	register.	                  •	 Community Green Mapping: Through group participation,
$179	           	                                     Hours:	18.0	               students will learn about geographic information systems
CRN      CAMPUS            DAY      DATE                 TIME                    and will develop a green map of their locale.
#54496	 West	              6	Sat.	 June	12	–	July	24	 9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.       •	 Eco-tourism: (touring places with unspoiled natural
          Room Pending                                                           resources and that have a minimal impact on the
No class July 3.                                                                 environment). Students will learn about Eco-Tourism
#54497	 UTC	               6	Sat.	 July	31	–	Sept.	11	 9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.          and apply its concept to the Green Map Project as a green
          Room Pending                                                           business venture.
No class September 4.                                                        •		 alternative Fuels: Students will learn about alternative
                                                                                 fuels with a focus on biodiesel, wind turbine, and solar.
Environmental Youth Club                                                     •	 Field trip: Students will tour a local green site identified on
(Ages 10 - 16)                                                                   their green map as weather permits.
Students will learn about their environment through a                      $199	            	                                       Hours:	18.0	
discovery walk, construct a project on microenvironments,                  CRN      CAMPUS            DAY     DATE              TIME
and work on “adopting a spot” in the community to work on                  #19033	 East	              6	Sat.	 May	8	–	June	19	 9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
over the sessions. Pollution will be introduced along with the                      Room Pending
concept of reduce, reuse, and recycle. Students participate in             No class May 29.
Environmental Mentoring Day with older students partnering                 #54498		 West	             6	Sat.	 July	10	–	Aug.	14	 9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
with younger students to assist in a water and air pollution                        Room Pending
exercise.	Please	call	216-987-2260	for	a	supply	list	and	1-866-
933-5178	to	register.	
$179	           	                                       Hours:	18.0	
CRN      CAMPUS            DAY      DATE                   TIME
#54495 West                6 Sat.   June 12 – July 24      1 – 4 p.m.
          Room Pending
No class July 3, 2010.
#54494 UTC                 6 Sat.   July 31 – Sept. 11     1 – 4 p.m.
          Room Pending
No class September 4.




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Teen College: Character & Career                                        Karate and Martial arts grades 6 and up:
                                                                        $299	per	student	                                        Hours:	30
Development Program
                                                                        CRN     CAMPUS      DAY           DATE            TIME
Teen College provides students with remedial skills
enhancement (Math, English/Reading Comprehension) prior                 #53395	 East	     Mon.	-	Fri.		 June	14	–	18	     9	a.m.	–	4	p.m.
to entering college or entering the workforce. Those skills will                Room Pending
be utilized in the program through courses designed to help             #53398	 West	     Mon.	-	Fri.		 July	19	–	23	     9	a.m.	–	4	p.m.
students make solid personal and professional choices. These                    Room Pending
courses enable students to view college and career choices from         #53399	 Metro	    Mon.	-	Fri.		 Aug.	2	–	6	       9	a.m.	–	4	p.m.
a global perspective by having the tools they need to begin their               Room Pending
journey.                                                                adventures for young Scientists grades 4 - 6:
Teen College offers students a view of the world of college and         $150	per	student	                                        Hours:	15
of work in a non-threatening environment. Through interaction           CRN     CAMPUS      DAY           DATE            TIME
with and mentoring by college professionals, community
                                                                        #53405	 East	     Mon.	–	Fri.		 June	21	–	25	     9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
leaders, and business leaders students develop a customized                     Room Pending
career path for themselves. Topics emphasized in Teen College
                                                                        #53406	 CCW	      Mon.	–	Fri.	 June	28	–	July	2	 9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
include:	career	assessment,	informed	career	choice,	character	
                                                                                Room Pending
development. Fine-tuning these areas enables students to
choose the path that is right for them at this point in their lives.    #53407	 West	     Mon.	–	Fri.		 July	26	–	30	     9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
Teen College also provides a refresher for math and reading                     Room Pending
skills necessary to help prepare students who will later take           #53408	 Metro	    Mon.	–	Fri.		 Aug.	9	–	13	      9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
college placement exams; and prepares students intending to                     Room Pending
go to work after high school with the skills necessary to pass job      adventures for young Scientists grades 7 -10:
placement tests. Teen College provides a base of knowledge,             $150	per	student	                                        Hours:	15
discipline, and skill necessary to help students become                 CRN     CAMPUS      DAY           DATE            TIME
responsible adults. Teen College provides advanced technology
                                                                        #53401	 East	     Mon.	–	Fri.	 June	21	–	25	      9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
tools, knowledge, and utility empowering students to do their
                                                                                Room Pending
best through their high school years and to explore new means
of	expressing	their	ideas.		Courses	include:	Math	&	Algebra	            #53403	 CCW	      Mon.	–	Fri.	 June	28	–	July	2		 9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
                                                                                Room Pending
Games, English & Reading Comprehension, Basic composition
& Expression, Computer Technology, Character Development,               #53409	 West	     Mon.	–	Fri.	 July	26	–	30	      9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
Career Development, Small Business Development, and                             Room Pending
Advanced Technology                                                     #53410	 Metro	    Mon.	–	Fri.	 Aug.	9	–	13	       9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
                                                                                Room Pending
For more information on this program or for a copy of the
upcoming	schedule,	please	call	Sharon	at	216-987-2260.                  young Entrepreneurs Club grades 9 and up:
                                                                        $265	per	student	                                        Hours:	24
Summer Camps for Youth                                                  CRN     CAMPUS     DAY           DATE            TIME
Want something fun for summer that will also help you develop           #53411	 East	   Mon.	–	Thur.	 June	28	–	July	1	 9	a.m.	–	3:30	p.m.
into a successful young adult? We have many summer camp                         Room Pending
programs to keep you busy, entertained, and learning this               #53412	 CCW	    Mon.	–	Thur.	 July	12	–	15		     9	a.m.	–	3:30	p.m.
summer.		Please	call	216-987-2260	for	a	catalog.                                Room Pending
Just a few of our camps include:                                        #53413	 West	   Mon.	–	Thur.	 July	19	–	22	      9	a.m.	–	3:30	p.m.
                                                                                Room Pending
tech Kids grades 5 and up:
$250	per	student	                                        Hours:	35      #53414	 Metro	  Mon.	–	Thur.	 Aug.	2	–	5	        9	a.m.	–	3:30	p.m.
                                                                                Room Pending
CRN      CAMPUS     DAY         DATE            TIME
                                                                        Digital Photography grades 1 - 3: $125	per	student	 Hours:	15
#53389	 Metro	   Mon.	-	Fri.	 June	28	–	July	2	 8:30	a.m.	–	4:30	p.m.
        Room Pending                                                    CRN     CAMPUS      DAY           DATE            TIME

#53390	 East	    Mon.	-	Fri.	 July	12	–	16	     8:30	a.m.	–	4:30	p.m.   #54528	 West	     Mon.	–	Fri.	 June	21	–	25	      9	a.m.	–	12	p.m.
        Room Pending                                                            Room Pending

#53391	 West	    Mon.	-	Fri.	 Aug.	2	–	6	       8:30	a.m.	–	4:30	p.m.   Digital Photography grades 4 - 6: $165	per	student	 Hours:	20
        Room Pending                                                    CRN     CAMPUS      DAY           DATE            TIME
#53392	 CCW	     Mon.	-	Fri.	 Aug.	9	–	13	      8:30	a.m.	–	4:30	p.m.   #54529	 West	     Mon.	–	Fri.	 July	12	–	16	      9	a.m.	–	1	p.m.
        Room Pending                                                            Room Pending
Culinary academy grades 10 and up:                                      Digital Photography grades 7 - 9: $230	per	student	 Hours:	20
$255	per	student	                                        Hours:	25      CRN     CAMPUS      DAY           DATE            TIME
CRN      CAMPUS     DAY          DATE           TIME                    #54530	 West	     Mon.	–	Fri.	 July	19	–	23	      9	a.m.	–	1	p.m.
#53393	 Metro	   Mon.	–	Fri.	 July	12	–	16	     8	a.m.	–	1:30	p.m.              Room Pending
        Room South Concourse 87 N                                       Digital Photography grades 10 and up:
#53394	 East	    Mon.	–	Fri.	 July	26	–	30	     8	a.m.	–	1:30	p.m.      $230	per	student	                                        Hours:		20
        Room EEC_167                                                    CRN     CAMPUS      DAY           DATE            TIME
                                                                        #54531 West      Mon. – Fri.      July 26 – 30    8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
                                                                               Room Pending


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                   ®                         Office of Community Continuing Education
                                                           rEGiSTraTion Form
                                                                      HoW To rEGiSTEr
                                 By mail:                                                           By pHonE: 1-866-933-5178
                                 Complete registration form.                                         To register and pay by credit card
                                 Mail with check or money order to:                                 By FaX: 216-987-3210
                                  Cuyahoga Community College                                         To register and pay by credit card or
                                  Unified Technologies Center                                        purchase order
                                  Attn: Administrative Services                                     in pErSon:
                                  2415 Woodland Avenue                                               Administrative Services at:
                                  Cleveland, Ohio 44115                                              Unified Technologies Center
                                                                                                     2415 Woodland Avenue
                                                                                                     Cleveland, OH 44115

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      Boomer Programs                          Enrichment                                •	 100%	refund	7	days	prior	to	start	date
      CEU’s for Professionals                  Personal Career Development               •	 50%	refund	2	-	6	prior	days	to	start	date
      Crafts                                   Youth Camps                               •	 0%	refund	thereafter	as	a	decision	to	offer	
      Culinary                                 Youth Programs                               the course was already made based on the
                                                                                            number of registrations we had.
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                                Arts


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                  Arts

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Bring your appetite . . . for Learning
                        Right in the heart of
                        downtown Cleveland,                 Opening
                        the tri-C Hospitality
                        Management Center                      Fall
                        at Public Square is the               2010!
                        newest addition to the
                        city’s diverse and exciting
                        culinary offerings. The Hospitality
                        Management Program at Tri-C offers three
                        associate degrees and nine certificate options
                        that are designed to enhance your unique
                        talents, hone your skills and help you move into a
                        management position quickly.
                        In addition, Tri-C also provides continuing
                        education in culinary arts and accelerated
                        business management and international
                        business degrees in an after-work location for
                        your convenience.
                        Whether you are a prospective undergraduate,
                        a culinary professional, or a food enthusiast,
                        the Tri-C Hospitality Management Center has
                        offerings to tempt your tastebuds!


  For more information call 216-987-4081 • www.tri-c.edu
4250 Richmond Road
Highland Hills, OH 44122




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