Community education enrollment open at Western Nevada College
August 16, 2018
Western Nevada College's Community Education Department is enrolling students for a variety of fall courses, including old favorites like Clay Club and new classes like Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction. Community education classes are open to anyone in the Northern Nevada community and are designed to accommodate a variety of schedules and budgets.
Upcoming classes include the following:
Imagine Understanding Your Medicare Insurance Options — Medicare parts A, B, C and D explained in detail.
Computer Basics — Basic computer use skills, including Windows, internet and email basics, vocabulary, mouse, keyboard, saving and printing skills.
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction — Approach your life with more composure, energy, understanding and enthusiasm and learn to manage chronic pain. Registration includes eight two-hour sessions and an all-day retreat.
QuickBooks — Beginner, intermediate and advanced classes teach you how to use Quickbooks for your small business.
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Microsoft Word — Beginner, intermediate and advanced classes teach you how to make the most of Microsoft Word for personal or business use.
Microsoft Excel — Beginner, intermediate and advanced classes teach you how to make the most of Microsoft Excel for personal or business use.
Tai Chi — Explore the ancient Chinese art of "meditation in motion."
Clay Club Ceramics — Learn a variety of ceramics techniques, including wheel throwing and sculpting.
Basic Rider Course — Designed for beginning motorcycle riders, this course allows you to earn your M class endorsement and learn to be a safe rider.
Advanced Rider Course — Designed for experienced motorcycle riders, this course focuses on risk management and advanced techniques.
Interested community members can visit http://www.wnc.edu/continuing-education or call 775-445-4268 for information or to register. Senior and employee discounts are available.
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