(10/05/2001)
If there is sufficient interest, the following evening classes, funded through Lights On! will be offered at Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center this fall.

Please call 354-7595 before October 10 to register for any of these classes.

Beginning dates for those classes with sufficient enrollment will be announced soon.

Auto Body Repair, James Newell, instructor. Learn skills needed to become an auto body repair person. Curriculum includes evaluating auto damage, dent repair, panel replacement, metal prep, refinishing, priming and painting.

Basic Internet Use. Learn the basic skills need to fully use the resources of the internet. Including, e-mail, attachments, signatures, browsers, search engines, downloads, newsgroups, discussion groups and chat rooms.

Basic Web Design. Learn and design your own functioning web site for the internet.

Crochet, Shirley Gregory, instructor. Beginning, intermediate or advanced. Projects completed will be based on skill level of participants.

Introduction To Microsoft Office. Learn the basics of Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint.

Legal Issues, John Oshoway, instructor. A general overview of legal issues surrounding wills, estate planning, medicare, medicaid, powers of attorney, living wills and social security.

Meditation In Movement, Linda Jones, instructor. Participants will learn several relaxation techniques including basic yoga, tai-chi and chi-gong.

One Bead At A Time, Linda Jones, instructor. A basic bead working workshop. Participants will learn a number of bead weaving techniques and will complete several projects.

Picture Framing and Matting, Molly Calame, instructor. Learn to measure pictures for mats, glass and frames, cut mats, glass and assemble frames, use conservation techniques, choose mat colors and frame styles.

ServSafe Food Safety Training, Deborah Henderson, instructor. For those currently employed or those desiring employment in the food service field. The program was developed by the Education Foundation of the National Restaurant Association and prepares participants for the manager certification exam.

Woodworking, Ada Overbaugh, instructor. Learn the use of woodworking equipment and the skills necessary to hand craft a quality bookshelf.


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