Community Education Spring Classes Announced
BATESVILLE –The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville’s Community and Technical Education (CTE) Division has announced the Spring schedule of non-credit community education classes.
CTE offers a variety of free and affordably priced classes. Preparing for the Job Hunt is a free class for the community that teaches the basics of writing a clean and professional resume and covers the dos and don’ts of a job interview. Free computer training is also available. Computer Literacy for Beginners is the basic class for learning how to use a mouse, basic word processing, internet and email.
Computer Literacy for Beginners (ongoing Free class, call to coordinate a time)
New Year, New You!
Beginning Access 2010
Intro to Grant Writing
Sign Language for Beginners
Preparing for the Job Hunt (Free class)
Salsa and East Coast Swing for Beginners
Rumba and West Coast Swing for Beginners
Conversational Spanish for Beginners
Microsoft Excel and Word 2010 – Beginning and Intermediate
Learn How to Coupon
Basic and Intermediate Knitting
Organic Gardening Basics
Hunter Education (Free class)
ServSafe Food for Restaurant Managers
Make a Burlap Wreath
Tactical Combat Survival
Basic and Intermediate Outdoor Survival
Intermediate Sign Language
Electrical Code Update
Community education courses differ from traditional semester college classes. Community education provides courses that educate and enrich the diverse interests of the public. The classes are shorter in length and those enrolled do not earn college credit.
For more information or to request a Spring schedule of classes, call (870) 612-2082 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or log on to www.uaccb.edu and click on “Academics”, then “Academic Divisions”, then “Community and Technical Education.” Pre-registration and full payment should be received at least five business days prior to the first day of class. Senior citizens, ages 60 and above receive a 20% discount. Inquire when registering