Copper Mountain College Community Education Registration Form

Community Education has become an optional function of the Community Colleges of California. The California Association of Community
Colleges (CACC) Community Services Commission has developed the following definition of Community Education:
“Community Services are those efforts provided by the Community Colleges as one of their central functions often in
cooperation with other community agencies, which strive to identify and meet the following needs in the community
not met by college credit programs; continuing education; cultural enrichment, recreational, community, and personal
developments needs.”
Copper Mountain College is committed to providing such services to the Morongo Basin by offering Community Education classes throughout the year.
How to register for community Education classes:
Registration for all community education classes can be done in Student Services/Admissions & Records with the appropriate fees and registration form below.
Classes are limited — so register early! Any students wishing to register after the first class meeting must have signed approval by the instructor. Community
education classes carry no units and generate no transcripts.
Mail your registration form to:
Copper Mountain College
Admissions & Records
P.O. Box 1398
Joshua Tree, CA 92252
Refunds for community education classes must be made prior to the first class meeting.
No refunds after the first class meeting will be made.
Copper Mountain College
Community Education Registration Form
Phone:
Last Name: First Name: MI:
Address: Street
City
State
Section No. Class Title
COMS Schedule of Classes
Zip Code
Fee
COMS 78
Date of Class
Total:
Spring 2009
COMS 1
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Fee: $45.00 per person.
Only one session is required for certificate.
Date
Days/Times
Location/Rm
Instructor
01/10/09
02/06/09
03/06/09
04/03/09
05/08/09
06/05/09
Sat. 8a-4:30p
Fri. 8a-4:30p
Fri. 8a-4:30p
Fri. 8a-4:30p
Fri. 8a-4:30p
Fri. 8a-4:30p
SBCoFD 35
SBCoFD 35
SBCoFD 35
SBCoFD 35
SBCoFD 35
SBCoFD 35
C. Giannini
C. Giannini
C. Giannini
C. Giannini
C. Giannini
C. Giannini
ed2go ONLINE
Copper Mountain College, in partnership with Ed2Go, offers a wide range of highly
interactive courses that you can take entirely over the Internet. All courses include
expert instructors. Our online courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and
geared just for you!
Visit the CMC ed2go website at www.ed2go.com/coppermtn.
This American Heart Association professional health care provider module includes
pediatrics, child, and adult CPR, one man and two man rescuers CPR to include foreign body obstructions (FBO), airway adjuncts, and Automatic External Defibrillator
(AED). Dress appropriately for physical activity. (No mini skirts, dresses, halter tops,
or short shorts please!) Please bring a brown bag lunch.
COMS 2
Fee: FOOD Worker’S Certification TRAINING
$20.00 for one class meeting.
Date Days/Times
Location/Rm
Instructor
01/22/09
02/05/09
02/19/09
03/05/09
03/19/09
04/02/09
04/16/09
04/30/09
05/14/09
05/28/09
06/18/09
Thur. 3p-6p
Thur. 3p-6p
Thur. 3p-6p
Thur. 3p-6p
Thur. 3p-6p
Thur. 3p-6p
Thur. 3p-6p
Thur. 3p-6p
Thur. 3p-6p
Thur. 3p-6p
Thur. 3p-6p
CMC 5
CMC 5
CMC 5
CMC 5
CMC 5
CMC 5
CMC 5
CMC 5
CMC 5
CMC 5
CMC 5
V. Raciti
V. Raciti
V. Raciti
V. Raciti
V. Raciti
V. Raciti
V. Raciti
V. Raciti
V. Raciti
V. Raciti
V. Raciti
Food Worker’s Certification Training is a course designed to train food workers in key
points of sanitation as required by the San Bernardino County Code, Chapter 4, Section 33.0410 as enforced by the Health Department. The student who successfully
completes the course and passes the required test will be issued a San Bernardino
County Health Department Food Worker’s Certificate, which is valid for three years.
For more information, contact the Academic Affairs at Copper Mountain College,
(760) 366-3791 ext. 5404. Picture identification is required at the time of registration.
Class enrollment is limited to 26 students
COMS 3Serv-Safe Food Manager’s Course
Fee: $145.00 per person.
Date Days/Times
Location/Rm
01/26-01/27/09 Mon./Tues. 6p-10p CMC 126
04/27-04/28/09 Mon./Tues. 6p-10p CMC126
Instructor
American Red Cross
American Red Cross
This Serv-Safe Food Manager’s Course is approved by an accredited training and
certification program by the State of California in accordance with California’s Health
& Safety code, Section 113700-113733. The course will cover: Sanitation, The Flow of
Food Through the Operation, Sanitary Facilities & Pest Management, and Food Safety
Regulations & Employee Training. Each student will need to bring on the first day a
book fee of $80 payable to the American Red Cross. Minimum of 5 students.
COMS 4Traffic School
Fee: $35.00 per person.
Date Days/Times
Location/Rm
Instructor
01/17/09
02/21/09
03/21/09
04/18/09
05/16/09
Sat. 8a-5p
Sat. 8a-5p
Sat. 8a-5p
Sat. 8a-5p
Sat. 8a-5p
CMC 5
CMC 5
CMC 5
CMC 5
CMC 5
P. Guillory
P. Guillory
P. Guillory
P. Guillory
P. Guillory
This class is authorized by the Dept. of Motor Vehicles and satisfies the 8 hour requirement for the Traffic Violator School Program. 16 topics are taught by lecture,
videos, diagrams and class discussion. Emphasis is on defensive driving and critical
thinking in everyday driving situations. Bring photo driver license/photo ID and all
court papers.
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COMS 6Placer Mining for Gold in the Desert
Fee: Date: $50.00
Days/Times
02/28/09
Sat. 8a-2p
03/07-04/04/09 Sat. 8a-2p
Location/Rm
Instructor
CMC 5
Various
J. Wharff
J. Wharff
This is an in the field, how to, where to look and what to use course for the aspiring
gold miner in the desert regions. The 6-week course will cover the history of mining
in the area, where to look and types of equipment needed for location and recovery.
Electronic prospecting, filing a claim, map reading, the GPS, desert survival, and other
skills essential to mining in the desert will be looked at. Course is designed for the
novice; however, the experienced miner is welcome.
The first day of class will be in the classroom, all other classes will be in the field.
4 X 4 vehicles are recommended. Transportation will be provided for those without.
Students should bring their lunch and plenty of water during days in the field.
COMS 7Simple sustainable Living
Fee: $20.00
Date: Days/Times
Location/Rm
Instructor
02/07/09
Sat. 9a-12p
CMC LMR
D. Brown
Whether for social or economic reasons, living simply offers an alternative to stress
and lack of free time. This class discusses a “simple way” based on techniques which
rely on one’s own efforts. Learn about alternative energy; “green” building, water
capture and re-use, cooling and heating, and gardening - all based on living in the
desert or arid mountain areas!
$20.00
Date: Days/Times
Location/Rm
Instructor
02/21/09
Sat. 9a-12p
CMC LMR
D. Brown
The sun shines over 300 days in the high and low deserts and eastern mountain
ranges. It’s free, so put it to good use! As utility companies charge more for installation, particularly to remote cabins and land, simple “off-grid” power solutions make
sense both economically and ecologically. Class will discuss, in basic and “layman”
terms, simple solar power and wind power techniques. This course will examine a
“working” model, based upon a small 200 watt system installed at a cabin in Wonder
Valley which powers a computer, stereo, lights and more!
COMS 9Passive Solar energy
Fee: Days/Times
Location/Rm
Instructor
03/07/09
Sat. 9a-12p
CMC LMR
D. Brown
The sun shines over 300 days in the high and low deserts and eastern mountain
ranges. It’s free, so put it to good use! Class will discuss in basic and “layman” terms,
passive cooling and heating, solar water heaters, radiant heat and cooling systems,
structure retrofits, venting, and more with emphasis on projects for those with basic
“handyman” (and woman) skills.
COMS 10Sustainable Water Practices
$20.00
Date: Days/Times
Location/Rm
Instructor
03/21/09
Sat. 9a-12p
CMC LMR
D. Brown
This class explores the relation between water and the land during drought cycles
or in arid climates. Learn about “tried and true” simple practices of rain catchment
and storage solutions, the proper (and healthy) use of household “grey water” for
landscaping and other outdoor use, areas of possible water, selecting landscape,
and preserving this “most precious” of resources!
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Schedule of Classes
Days/Times
Location/Rm
Instructor
04/04/09
Sat. 9a-12p
CMC LMR
D. Brown
This class explores the relation between arid ecosystems and small scale agriculture,
both for ornamental and food production purposes. Learn how Native Americans and
the ranchers, miners, and homesteaders who followed managed native ecosystems
and practiced small scale “truck” farming with little water and limited resources for
aesthetics and produce. Explained in simple terms using practical models, this class
will interest both novice and gardener alike!
COMS 12Planting with Cacti & Succulents 101
Fee: Date: $80.00
Days/Times
04/04 & 04/18/09 Sat. 10a-1p
Location/Rm
Instructor
CMC 201
J. & D. Pfeiffer
Selection, care and cultivation of cacti and succulents in your garden. Class will cover
various topics from soils and spacing to watering and fertilization. Jack Pfeiffer is a
local businessman with a degree in horticulture.
COMS 13 3-D Modeling & Animation, Part I
Fee: Date: $50.00
Days/Times
01/31-03/07/09* Sat. 9a-1p
*College is closed Sat. 02/14/09
Location/Rm
Instructor
CMC 119A
M. Franklin
COMS 14 3-D Modeling & Animation, Part II
Fee: Date: $50.00
Days/Times
03/21-04/25/09* Sat. 9a-1p
*College is closed Sat. 04/11/09
Location/Rm
Instructor
CMC 119A
M. Franklin
Introduction to 3-dimensional modeling, rendering and animation. Topics include
polygon and subdivision surface modeling in 3-dimensional space, texturing, lighting, rendering for print web, or video, and animation. Students must complete Part
I to enroll in Part II (Minimum of 5 students)
COMS 15 Aviation Ground School
$20.00
Date: Fee: $20.00
Date: Introduction to 3-dimensional modeling, rendering and animation. Topics include
polygon and subdivision surface modeling in 3-dimensional space, texturing, lighting,
rendering for print web, or video, and animation. (Minimum of 5 students)
COMS 8Basic Off-Grid Power solutions
Fee: COMS 11 Arid Landscaping and Simple “Dry” Farming
Fee: Fee: $165.00
Materials Fee: See Instructor
Date: Days/Times
01/22-05/14/09* Thur. 6p-9p
Location/Rm
Instructor
CMC LMR
J. Bagley
*College is closed 04/09/09
This will be a complete private pilot preparation course covering the topics required to take the FAA written and practical test for licensing. The focus will be on
the knowledge areas for flight operations, aviation weather, aircraft performance,
and navigation skills for practical piloting. Students seeking commercial ratings
will find the course useful to prepare for advanced exams. Jim Bagley is a certified
advanced ground instructor holding an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) rating providing basic to commercial flight instruction in aircraft from sailplanes to multiengine.
Textbook, E6B calculator, chart and plotter to be purchased in the class. (Minimum
of 10 students)
Spring 2009
COMS 21 10 Steps to Better Immunity
COMS 16How to become a California Notary
public Seminar
Fees: Date
Fee: $100.00* per person.
*Notary Public Handbook is included.
$40.00* State Exam.
* Check or money order only - payable to “Secretary of State” Current Driver’s License, State issued ID card, or U.S. Passport is required.
Days/Times
Location/Rm
03/21/09 Sat. 9a-3p* CMC 11
* Exam will be held from 3:30p-5p.
Instructor
S. Holbrook
Becoming a Notary is more lucrative today than ever. Learn how to become a safe
and effective notary and how to pass the required exam. This course will provide
you with everything you need to know about California Notary laws and procedures,
including step-by-step notarizations, identifying document signers, how to complete
the Notary journals and certificates, handling special and challenging documents and
signers, how to avoid lawsuits, and how to pass the exam (practice exam provided).
There will be a 30 minute lunch break.
COMS 17 Copper Foil Techniques (Beginner Stained glass)
Fee: Materials: Date $90.00 per person.
Fee for tools and glass to be discussed in class.
Days/Times 01/24-03/28/09* Sat. 10a-12:30p
*College is closed Sat. 02/14/09
Location/Rm
Instructor
CMC 201
D. Summerfelt
$35.00 per person.
Date Days/Times Location/Rm
Instructor
03/14/09
Sat. 10a-12p
CMC 3
L. Rose
One of the major keys to health and well-being is having a strong immune system.
The fact that we survive at all is determined by the state of our immunity. The demands of modern life--environmental pollution, stress, lack of sleep, and too many
antibiotics can play havoc with your immune system, depleting it and compromising
it. Join me and empower yourself by learning what steps you can take to stimulate
and strengthen your natural defenses. Included will be herbs, foods and essential
oils that boost immunity, plus much more.
COMS 22Kitchen Medicine
10 Superfoods That Can Save Your Life
Fee: $80.00 per person.
Date Days/Times Location/Rm
Instructor
04/18/09
Sat. 10a-12p
CMC 3
L. Rose
Turn your food into potent medicine and eat your way to health! Modern research
has found certain foods to be rich in phytochemicals and anti-oxidants that have
been shown to contain powerful properties to heal and to promote health. Join
me and discover which foods boost immunity, help prevent cancer and enhance
cardiovascular health. Included will be detoxifying foods, rejuvenative tonics and
many recipes for well-being.
Techniques of copper foiling, safety lecture, tools and types of glass and resources
of suppliers. Each student shall create two pieces in the course.
COMS 18 Leaded Stained glass Techniques
Fee: Materials: Date $110.00 per person.
Fee for tools and glass to be discussed in class.
Days/Times 01/24-03/28/09* Sat. 10a-12:30p
*College is closed Sat. 02/14/09
Location/Rm
Instructor
CMC 201
D. Summerfelt
Techniques of leaded stained glass, discussion of safety, tools, types of glass and
resources of glass suppliers. Each student shall create one medium to large project
in course.
COMS 19BEADING: The basics of bead stringing
Fee: Materials: Date $35.00 per person.
$50.00 (This will include tools, an assortment of beads, spacers and clasps). Payable to the instructor.
Days/Times 04/11/09 Sat. 9a-12p
Location/Rm
Instructor
CMC LMR
I. Mercier
This class introduces you to the basics of stringing beads and attaching clasps as you
make your own bracelet or necklace in class. Students will receive an assortment of
beads (enough to make several projects) just in time to use your new skill to create
your own special holiday gifts.
COMS 20Song WRITING & Live Performance
Fee: Date $80.00 per person.
Days/Times 01/12-04/13/09 * Mon. 6p-9p
Location/Rm
Instructor
CMC 201
J. Linn
* College is closed on 01/19, 02/16 & 04/06/09
Students will learn the fundamentals of song writing using a variety of musical
genres. Students will learn the mechanics of performing live music using a variety
of instruments in a variety of musical genres. Some instruments will be available.
Vocals/Guitar/Piano/Drums. Please bring a notebook.
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