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Community Education

The intent of the program is to match college educational resources to community needs in the most convenient, accessible and affordable manner. The program strives to cover areas such as leisure learning, personal growth and acquisition or expansion of various skills. These classes are usually not offered for college credit (non-credit) and are typically presented as workshops, seminars and short courses. For more information contact the Community Education Office at 417-455-5734 or e-mail to communityed@crowder.edu

Greenfield Community Education Classes Available – Spring 2014

Neosho Community Education Classes – Spring 2014

McDonald County Community Education Classes - Fall 2014

All classes must be paid for one week prior to the class date.  You may enroll by emailing your name, contact phone number and the class you wish to enroll in to communityed@crowder.edu or call 417-455-5734.  Thank you for your interest.

 

Acoustic Guitar – Learn to play the guitar in non-technical, hands on, no stress environment. Students will learn the basics of chord families, rhythm and back-up, and singing along with strumming.

Cost: $70 

Date: TBD

Beautiful Me- Get ready to celebrate your beauty this spring and summer with tips on hair care, skin care, and nail care.  Learn simple ways to enhance your natural beauty!

Cost: $20

Date: April 3, 2014

Time:  6-8 PM

Beginners in Gardening- Learn the basics for creating a productive garden.

Cost:  $20

Date:  March 27 & April 3

Time:  6-8 PM

Concealed Carry -Participants need to be 21 years old (exceptions may apply). This class meets all the educational requirements for Missouri Concealed Carry and NRA First Steps Pistol Orientation course. Call for details.

Cost: $100

Date:  March 4 & 6

Time:  6-8 PM

Computer Skills -Want to learn the basics about your computer or laptop, this class is for you. Learn about the basics of e-mail, Word, Google, etc. This class will meet the needs of those enrolled. For more advanced courses, please refer to Crowder’s Catalog.

Cost: $20

Date: Will be re-scheduled due to weather

Handy Dandy Woman -Need to know what that thingamajigger is? Better yet how to use that thingamajigger. How to fix thix and that with confidence? This is the class for you. The instructor will show you how to use common tools for simple repair jobs.

Cost: $20

Date: Mondays 2/3/14-2/10/14

Time:  5-6 PM

Tea Time- Learn the basics for creating a relaxing environment for a ‘tea’ event before Mother’s Day.  Information on decorating the table to what to serve will be covered.  Sample table settings and foods will be available to ‘experiment’ with.

Cost:  $20

Date:  May 6

Time:  5-7 PM

WeavingOur weaving class provides instruction for beginning weavers as well as for intermediate and advanced students. Floor looms are provided for use during class time.

Cost:  $70

Date: Wednesdays 1/15/14 – 5/5/7/14 

Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 AM

Zumba-  Work off your “holiday gain” with a fun and exciting exercise routine.  Dance the pounds away!

Cost:  $20

Date:  Mondays 1/13/14-

Time:  6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Computer Skills -Want to learn the basics about your computer or laptop, this class is for you. Learn about the basics of e-mail, Word, Google, etc. This class will meet the needs of those enrolled. For more advanced courses, please refer to Crowder’s Catalog.

Cost: $20

Date: Will be re-scheduled due to weather

Specialized Training

ICD-10 Training This program is intended for current Medical Coding Professionals.  Knowledge of health record content review, coding process, human anatomy and physiology as well as pathophysiology and pharmacology is required.

Motorcycle Rider Course -The purpose of the Motorcycle Rider program is to provide quality instruction in safe riding techniques for beginning motorcyclists. Our goal is to increase your skill level and knowledge, in an attempt to produce safe and conscientious motorcyclists. The Basic Rider Course is designed to provide a foundation of knowledge and skills for people who have never ridden, as well as those who have ridden up to 10,000 miles. Motorcycles and helmets are provided. Visit our Motorcycle Safety Training page.