Classes for Fun and Career from Vol State Continuing Education
Submitted on August 22, 2012 at 10:10 AM
The fall class schedule is out for Volunteer State Community College Continuing Education. Evening and weekend classes offer plenty of fun activities to learn a new skill or find a new passion. Weekday and evening courses provide opportunities for career development. Registration is open now.
New this fall is Introduction to Digital Recording. This course will feature the fundamentals of digital audio recording while using the Vol State Apple Computer Lab. It’s taught by Grammy Award winning engineer Steve Bishir. He’s also teaching two advanced levels of digital recording.
Dog obedience, cake decorating and dance classes are always favorites. Vol State also has a full line of fitness courses including Zumba, Yoga and weight training. Courses in sign language and Spanish can expand communication horizons. Personal safety courses include the Handgun Safety Tennessee Carry Permit course and a new Firearm Simulator and Self-Defense Law class. That course shows hand gun owners exactly what they can and can’t do in self-defense situations, while practicing on a video simulator unit.
Vol State has a wide range of computer training in many Microsoft programs. Six Sigma courses come in a number of different levels. Leadership skills courses have many offerings including Becoming a Person of Influence, How to be a Real Success and Communication Skills for Supervisors.
A number of Health Sciences Professional Development courses are offered each semester. Other career courses include APICS Certification, ASQ Exam Preparation, Fiber Optics Certification and Health, Safety and Occupational management.
For a complete list of Fall Continuing Education classes at Vol State please visit www.volstate.edu/ContinuingEd or call 615-230-3358.
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