UNM Continuing Education Summer 2012 Catalog

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Summer class catalog from UNM Continuing Education. Growth & Enrichment, Youth, Travel, Professional Development, Career Training, Digital Arts, Information Technology, and more!

Summer class catalog from UNM Continuing Education. Growth & Enrichment, Youth, Travel, Professional Development, Career Training, Digital Arts, Information Technology, and more!

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  • 1. NON-PROFIT NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION ORGANIZATION US POSTAGE PAID US POSTAGE PAID ALBUQUERQUE, NMALBUQUERQUE, NM PERMIT NO. 39 PERMIT NO. 39
  • 2. Department Directory Table of Contents Most Requested NumbersTraining Partners 1 Culture Catalog Requests 505-925-9562Department Directory 1 Story of New Mexico Registration 505-277-0077Tuition Remission 2 Travel and Lecture Series 73 Conference Center 505-277-5984How to Register 2 Osher Lifelong Learning 78 Reception Desk 505-925-9562Dean’s Message 3 Growth & Enrichment Fax NumbersStaff Directory 4 General Information 80 All Programs 505-277-8975Course Index 131 Table of Contents 81 Registration 505-277-1990Information and Policies 134 Off Campus Location Guide 83 Conference Center 505-277-6080Financial Aid and Personal Growth 85Loan Information 134 Personal Enrichment 102 Educational ProgramsNon-Credit Registration Form 136 Professional Development 505-277-6038 Especially for Youth 123 Health and Human Services 505-277-6025Business & Technology Community Service Digital Arts 505-277-6037Table of Contents 6 Spanish Resource Center 130 Computer Training 505-277-6033Online Training Information 7 DWI Awareness Training 130 Macintosh Training 505-277-6037Custom Training Custom Training 505-277-6034 and Consultation Services 8 Story of New MexicoCertificate Programs Travel and Lecture Series 505-277-0563 and Certifications 11 Osher LifelongCourse Information 40 Learning Institute 505-277-6179 Growth & Enrichment 505-277-6320 Youth Programs 505-277-0698Training Partners Community ServicesUNM Continuing Education partners with many companies to provide the DWI Awareness Training 505-277-6170very best in local, national, and international training. The logos below Spanish Resource Center 505-246-2261represent a cross-section of our partners. ext. 125 Community Outreach 505-277-6034 Cariño Early Childhood TTAP 505-277-1262 Child Care Referral Services 505-277-7900 ® Cariño Toy Lending Library 505-277-3155 Administration/Business Operations Dean of Continuing Education Rita Martinez-Purson 505-277-9351 Associate Dean of Operations Joseph Miera 505-277-2511 Marketing Department Kim Halpern 505-277-1584 Produced by the Deborah Kastman Marketing Department, Graphic Design & UNM Continuing Production Manager Education Sarah Scott Kim Halpern Graphic Design Marketing DirectorRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 | Fax: 505-277-1990 | Follow us onRegistration Information on next page | Registration Form on page 136 | Course Index on page 131
  • 3. Registration Form page 136 How to Register Information and Policies page 134 Online Fax it in Mail it in Phone it in Walk it in dce.unm.edu 505-277-1990 UNM Continuing 505-277-0077 M-F, 8:00am-5:00pm Fax/Mail Instructions: Education M-F, 8:00am-5:00pm UNM Continuing Our online registration Attn: Registration with Visa, MasterCard, Education is quick, convenient, Fax/mail registration MSC07 4030 Discover or American 1634 University Blvd. NE and always available. form together with one of the following: 1 University of Express. (just north of Your Student Profile will New Mexico Indian School) give you access to your Visa, Mastercard, Please have course Albuquerque, NM Payment must be made schedule, transaction Discover or American numbers and section 87131-0001 in full at time of records and transcripts. Express number letters ready. registration. You will receive confir- Purchase order mation emails once you Check (mail only) Confirming Your Enrollment have registered for a UNM tuition When you enroll in a non-credit class by phone, mail or Fax, we will send you class. All online pay- remission form an enrollment confirmation by mail or email. We will notify you of any changes ments are protected by Please call our office to to the class. Note: If your enrollment confirmation doesn’t arrive within two Verisign™. confirm receipt of fax. weeks, call 505-277-0077 during office hours, M-F, 8:00am-5:00pm. General Information Discounts Tuition Remission Office Hours 10% discount is available towards Tuition Remission for UNM Non-Credit Registration Center non-credit classes for: Faculty/Staff/Retirees: Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm Anyone registering for three or more (forms found online at dce.unm.edu) with the exception of holidays.* classes at the same time; Use UNM’s tuition remission for (See list below.) Organizations registering three or more approved UNM Continuing Education employees in the same class; Important Dates non-credit classes. Eligible Professional Senior citizens age 65 or older with Non-credit registration for the Summer Development categories include proof of age (also available online); semester begins April 30. Registration is Information Technology, Digital Arts, UNM students with a valid UNM ID; ongoing throughout the semester. Professional Development and Skills, Couples Rates are available for some Summer classes start June 4. and Health Care and Human Services dance and Money Matters classes. Business and Technology, and approved Please register early as many popular The couples rate is considered a dis- Health and Fitness courses listed under classes fill quickly! count, and all rules apply. Growth & Enrichment. *UNM offices are closed: Discount is available with phone/walk-in Please Note: IRS Regulations require May 28, 2012 registration only. Discount is available that Tuition Remission benefits used to July 4, 2012 only at original time of registration. register for any Health and Fitness Discount is not transferable, cumulative or courses, which are listed under the Free Parking applicable to any in-class materials, books Growth & Enrichment section of this Parking is free and readily available for or special fees. For third-party funded stu- catalog, be included as taxable income all classes held at the UNM Continuing dents, the standard discounts offered may and subject to withholding. Please refer Education/UNM Conference Center not apply. Discounts are not available for to the UNM Business Policy 3700 at complex. Please refrain from parking in the Story of New Mexico Lecture Series or http://www.unm.edu/~ubppm/ubpp- the clinic or Masonic Lodge parking lots Field Trips, Osher, the Substance Abuse manual/3700.htm for complete Tuition adjacent to our campus. Your car may be Studies Training Program, select Business Remission policy information. It is the towed, booted or ticketed. If our front & Technology or Custom Training courses. employee’s responsibility to monitor and back parking lots are full, free over- No discounts on Ed2Go, Gatlin or Skillsoft their use of Tuition Remission. flow parking is located at 1642 University online courses. Individual programs may For questions regarding the UNMRegistration Blvd, two lots north of our campus. offer special discounts or incentives. See individual program information for tuition remission benefit, call the complete details. benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. 2
  • 4. Message from the Dean Seize the day! Even during these busy summer months, our short courses, workshops and conferences can fit your schedule. In a convenient timeframe, you can hone the skills needed for challenging and ever-changing work environments. We are committed to quality, up-to-date training in accessible formats, delivered by skilled consultants and trainers. Highlights this summer include: In-patient-Out-patient Medical Coding and Billing; Access Data Camp; Online Instructor Certificate; One Page Project Management Series; and a course on navigating the iPad. Beyond this catalog, you can Mission StatementDr. Rita explore our growing selection of online courses and customized training opportunities. For more infor- The Mission of the UNMMartinez-Purson Division of ContinuingDean, UNM Division of mation on programs tailored to your organization’s Education is to lead andContinuing Education specific training needs, see page 8 in this catalog collaborate with the or call 505-277-6034. community and within the University to developThe beautiful summer months remind us that life beyond work is also impor- concepts, strategies, andtant. So step out of your routine! Our Growth and Enrichment offerings wel- delivery systems whichcome all age groups, with short courses and workshops starting throughout the generate relevant lifelong learning opportunities forsummer. This category of offerings includes scores of options from cooking to a diverse, evolving society.yoga to poetry. Express yourself through art, music, drama, or special projectsaround the home and garden. Get moving with Zumba and Salsaerobics. Learna language, sharpen your writing skills and much more.Our Story of New Mexico offerings provide fascinating lectures and stimulatingtrips and tours, as you explore the culture and natural beauty of our state.We are pleased to offer you unique choices each semester, includingthis summer’s slate of more than 13 trips, including travel to two Santa FeOperas and Spanish school in Costa Rica.If you are 50 or older, join our growing community of more than 1000members in our Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Just $20 annually providesaccess to a special catalog of programs, plus special member events andother great benefits.Registration is easy, just call us or visit our website. Vision The Vision of the UNMSincerely, Division of Continuing Education is to enrich the personal and professional lives of people through qualityDr. Rita Martinez-Purson creative and innovative learning experiences.Dean of Continuing Education and Community Services 3
  • 5. Staff Directory Business and Technology Business & Technology Reception Desk General information Nanette Bowring, Program Support Phone: 505-925-9562 Business and Technology Programs email: adminsupport@lxdce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-6445 email: nbowring@unm.edu Custom Training and Consultation Culture Leah Kier, MA, Senior Program Manager. Joan Cok, Program Supervisor Customized Training and Consultation Services Story of New Mexico, Lectures and Travel Phone: 505-277-6034 Phone: 505-277-0563 email: joanrc@unm.edu email: wlkier@unm.edu; customtraining@dce.unm.edu Maralie BeLonge, Program Supervisor Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Donna Robbins, PhD, Training and Development Phone: 505-277-6179 email: belonge@unm.edu Program Administrator Professional Development, Leadership and Management Growth & Enrichment Phone: 505-277-6447 email: drobbins@unm.edu Marie McGhee, Senior Program Manager Andy Pena, Custom Training Coordinator Phone: 505-277-6320 email: mmcghee@unm.edu Custom Program Support, IT Custom Services Phone: 505-277-9360 email: apena01@unm.edu Naomi Sandweiss, Program Supervisor Youth Programs, Camps, Events Phone: 505-277- 0698 email: naomis@unm.edu Business & Technology Programs Sherry TenClay, Senior Program Manager Cariño Early Childhood TTAP Professional Development & Skills Programs Malisa Kasparian, Senior Program Manager Computer training, CompTIA, GIS, Finance and Cariño Early Childhood TTAP Accounting, AutoCAD, Project Management Phone: 505-277-0954 Phone: 505-277-6038 email: sherrytc@unm.edu email: mkaspari@unm.edu Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor Amy Bazan, Program Manager Health Care Careers, Human Services Careers, Cariño Basic Services Substance Abuse Studies Training Program, Phone: 505-277-1469 Community Engagement email: amybazan@unm.edu Phone: 505-277-6025 email: lnalin@unm.edu; hhs@dce.unm.edu Dawn Gibson, Program Coordinator Cariño AIM HIGH Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor Phone: 505-277-0593 Digital Arts, Macintosh, Apple Authorized email: dmgibson@unm.edu Training Center Phone: 505-277-6037 Dolores Burkholder, Librarian email: digitalarts@dce.unm.edu Cariño Toy & Resource Library Phone: 505-277-3155 Angela Pacheco, Education Specialist email: dburkhol@unm.edu Instruction and Facilitation Training, Transportation Safety Programs Phone: 505-277-3975 email: delong@unm.edu Meg Williamson, Editor Transportation Safety Programs Phone: 505-277-5008 email: megwill@unm.edu Georgette Stockman, Program Manager Transportation Safety Programs Phone: 505-277-5008 email: stockman@unm.edu 4 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 6. Business & TechnologyRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 5
  • 7. Table of Contents Business and Technology Business & Technology UNM Continuing Education (UNMCE) is proud to be New Mexico’s training partner in business and technolo- gy with one of the largest and most comprehensive professional custom and public training programs in the state of New Mexico. We have an 80-year history of providing professional training, industry certification education, and consulting services throughout the state. We offer over 80 certificate programs and industry endorsed and required certifications, with more than 1000 course offerings annually. You will find continual creation of the full spectrum of professional services starting with individual career advise- ment and business needs analysis. Customized training and public classes are targeted to address your specific business and professional requirements. Our instructors and consultants are content experts in Needs Analysis, Grant Writing, Professional Development, Health and Human Services, Digital Arts, Information Technology, and Curriculum Development. We offer solution-based and customer-focused service. Online Training ..............................................................................7 Digital Arts ..........................................................27 Custom Training and Consultation Services........................8 Graphic Design and Visual Communication ....................27 Free InfoBytes ..............................................................................10 Web Design and Development ............................................28 Certificates and Certifications ................................................11 Multimedia ....................................................................................30 Course Descriptions with dates, times, Digital Photography....................................................................31 tuition and instructor ............................................................40 Digital Filmmaking ......................................................................33 Music Production........................................................................33 Leadership, Management and Apple Creative Professional ....................................................34 Supervision ........................................................9 Animation and Motion Graphics ..........................................35 Leadership University ................................................................12 Supervisory Skills ........................................................................12 IT Professions ....................................................36 Advanced Supervisory Skills....................................................12 CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineering ..........36 Microsoft Professional and Oracle Online ......................38 Leadership and Management Tools ..........13 ITIL Certification ..........................................................................38 Project Management Certificates..........................................13 AutoCAD ........................................................................................39 Event Management....................................................................13 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) ............................39 Training and Facilitation Certificates ....................................14 Course Information..........................................40 Employment and Career Development ....15 Professional Development and Skills..................................40 Global Career Development Facilitator Training..............15 Leadership and Management Tools ....................................41 Graduate School Exam Prep ..................................................15 Employment and Career Development ............................45 Business and Professional Careers......................................46 Business and Professional Careers ............16 Health and Community Action Development ................46 Administrative Assistant Careers ..........................................16 Computer Skills ..........................................................................51 Finance and Accounting ........................................................17 Digital Arts ....................................................................................56 Paralegal Studies ........................................................................18 IT Professions ..............................................................................67 Health and Community Action Course Skills Assessments ......................................................70 Development......................................................19 Emergency Medical Services..................................................19 You can teach a class with us Health Care Careers ..................................................................19 Human Service Careers ..........................................................21 Are you experienced in your professional field? Mediation and Conflict Resolution Certificates ..............23 Do you coach, teach or train others? Community Engagement ........................................................23 Consider sharing your expertise with the professional Computer Skills ................................................24 communities in Albuquerque and the surrounding Computer Literacy ......................................................................24 region. Opportunities for instructors, trainers, consult- Desktop Computing ..................................................................25 ants and tutors are available in both our public and Macintosh ......................................................................................26 custom training areas. Refer to the staff directory on page 4 and send a short email to the appropriate supervisor or manager describing your area of expertise and/or course idea. 6
  • 8. Business & TechnologyEd2GO Instructor Led SkillSoft Self-pacedThis is a great place to start for your first-time online SkillSoft provides comprehensive e-learning contentexperience! For as little as $119, Ed2Go offers a wide and technology products. SkillSoft’s multi-modalrange of highly interactive courses that you can take learning solutions enhance the speed and effectivenessonline. Every course is instructor led. You can ask of formal and informal learning. Each SkillSoft selfquestions and give or receive advice at any time during study course can be started at any time and is availablethe course. You can take courses at the times that are to you for six months from the date you log on. You Online Trainingmost convenient for you. A new section of each course can complete the course at your own pace, at yourstarts monthly; new lessons are released on convenience. Many courses are approved by interna-Wednesdays and Fridays until the completion of the tional professional organizations for CEUs or PDUs.course. All courses run for six to eight weeks and are Lessons are available for reference and review anytimecomposed of 12 lessons representing 24-30 hours of during your six month window. SkillSoft courses andinstruction. packages are designated in this catalog with an “N” in the course number. Look for our online information in major program areas.Gatlin Instructor Guided For complete Ed2Go and Gatlin course descriptions,Gatlin Education Services provides comprehensive visit our website at dce.unm.edu and choose “onlineonline career training programs designed to prepare courses.” To access SkillSoft course descriptions, chooseyou for jobs in today’s most popular careers. These “Search Courses.” SkillSoft courses are listed in programprograms are designed by a team of professionals from areas and are designated with an “N” following theeach respective field, who work to provide the most course number. For student advisement, contact theeffective web-based learning experience available today. program supervisor for your area of study (see page 4).Instructors/mentors are actively involved in youronline learning experience. They respond to any ques- Career Step Instructor Guidedtions or concerns, encouraging and motivating you tosucceed. These courses are online open enrollment, Career Step is a Leader in online allied health educa-which means all of your lessons are always available to tion and job training, offering preparation for nationalyou; your class begins when you log in. Each course certification & employment. Founded in 1992, Careerincludes a set of lessons and evaluations. Books and Step has trained over 60,000 students. Graduatematerials are mailed to you. You will have access to Services include:each course for up to six months. • Personalized consultations and career guidance • Monthly follow-up communication • Resume review, interview coaching, reference letters • 1 year help hotline after graduation • Assistance to identify potential employment Technical Assistance information is provided by each opportunities vendor at the start of each class. Keep this contact • 96% employment rate for high honors medical tran- information and your user name and password near- scriptionist graduates by for easy access and immediate assistance. Save • 80% employment rate for high honors coding gradu- this information for any future online classes. You ates with certification • Accessible database with details of over may also contact our vendor liaison, Nanette 150 transcription companies Bowring, Monday–Thursday at 505-277-6445, You’ll receive career focused education and job train- or ceonline@unm.edu. ing that includes real world practicum and software used in the workplace from instructors with industry For advisement, contact the program supervisor for experience & certifications. Career Step courses are your area of study (see page 4). self-paced and vary in cost from $1300-2375 depend- Some courses allow you to print your certificate ing opon the program. immediately upon successful completion of your class at a pass rate of 70% or higher. Other online courses available through UNMCE Medical Transcription Editor Online 47 Register online or by calling 505-277-0077. UNM Pharmacy Tech Online 48 employees can fax their completed tuition remission Medical Office Assistant Online 48 forms and registration forms to 505-277-1990. I/O Medical Coding and Billing 48Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 7
  • 9. Custom Training and Consultation Services Business and Technology Business & Technology Leah Kier, the UNMCE Examples of Custom program topics include: Community Outreach and Professional Development Custom Training Senior Program Leadership, Management, Supervisor Training • Manager, has over twenty years Succession Planning • Project Management • of experience in the field of Project Management (PMI) Test Prep • Earned training and development. She Value Management (EVM) • Lean • Six Sigma • has managed, designed, devel- Team Building • Communications • Conflict oped and delivered hundreds of Resolution • Diversity • Ethics • Anti-Sexual training courses and programs Harassment for government and business Professional Skills Leah Kier, MA clients on a local, state, and Employability Skills • New Employee Community national level. Leah has a Orientation/Onboarding • Business and Technical Outreach Master’s degree in adult learning Writing • Customer Service and Customer and Custom and training, and serves on the Relationship Management (CRM) • Sales • Training board of the New Mexico Presentation Skills • Finance and Accounting • Senior Program Chapter of the American Society Manager Office and File Organization for Training and Development. Health Care Case Management • Lean for Healthcare • Custom Training Motivational Interviewing • Medical Billing Custom training is a cost-effective, targeted way to and Coding enhance job skills and workplace performance. UNM Continuing Education’s Custom Training Program Manufacturing and Engineering Construction Management • Good Manufacturing can customize any course in this catalog to meet the Practices (GMP) • LEED • Lean Manufacturing • needs of your business or organization. Our staff will Green Building and Retrofitting • Engineering work with you to create a customized training pro- Management • Solar Photovoltaics • Wireless gram that aligns with your training and organizational Communications • Lasers and Applications • requirements. Our experienced, dedicated, and certi- Fiber Optics • Pro/Engineer Software fied instructors will deliver the custom training pro- gram to your employees. Languages Workplace English: Advantages of Custom Training English for Professionals • Workplace English (ESL) • Create specialized courses, certificate programs, for Custodial, Food Service, and Hospital Service Staff conferences, and workshops Workplace Spanish: • Discover options ranging from one-on-one Workplace Spanish for Medical Staff • EMTs • training to entire organization training rollouts Banking • Customer Service • Call Center • • Save money with cost-effective group training Custodial • Firefighters • Law Enforcement • Arrange training dates and times to meet your schedule Information Technology • Reduce travel time with on-site training Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010 • MS Project • • Target training content for your business’s AutoCAD • GIS • ITIL • SharePoint • IT Security specific needs Programming (.NET, C++, C#, PHP, Java, Perl, • Use your business’s data for exercises MySQL, SQL, XML) • CompTIA Certifications and examples for targeted learning (A+, Network +, Linux +, Security +, Server +) • VMWare • Microsoft Technical Certifications • UNM departments and units, you may use tuition Linux • Cisco • Macintosh remission benefits for Business and Technology Digital Arts customized courses. Find the forms at Graphic Design • Web Design and Development • dce.unm.edu/tuition-remission.htm. Fax your Computer Graphics • Photography • Video • completed forms to 505-277-1990. For help, call Audio • Animation • Motion Graphics • Adobe • 505-277-0077 see our staff listing on page 4. Apple Pro Training • Multimedia For information on custom training or consultation services call 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu. 8 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 10. Business & TechnologyConsultation Services Workplace Learning andUNM Continuing Education offers expertConsultation Services to businesses and organizations. Performance CenterOur professional instructors are also expert consultants UNM Continuing Education’s Custom Trainingwho can work directly with you and your business to Program offers exceptional training services throughaddress the needs of your ongoing projects as well as our Workplace Learning and Performance Center.new organizational initiatives. This Center is based on the latest research and bench- marking trends in the design and development of adult Custom Training and Consultation ServicesExamples of Consultation Services include: training and includes expert services in instructor-ledProject Management training, blended instruction (both instructor-led andExecutive Coaching online), online instruction with digital media, on-the-Organizational Development job training, assessment and evaluation, and coaching,Website Design and Development etc. Training programs created through the UNMCEDatabase Design and Development Workplace Learning and Performance Center areDesktop Computer Support designed in collaboration with your business or organi-IT Consultation zation by our expert training professionals and instruc-Meeting Facilitation Services tional designers who have years of experience in creat- ing state-of-the art training solutions. The programsUNM Continuing Education we develop are based on content gathered from experts and include metrics that measure the amountGovernment University of employee knowledge and skills gained from specific training programs. We can help you design, develop,UNM Continuing Education’s Custom Training support, and implement training and organizationProgram offers courses and programs that are specifi- solutions for your business.cally designed for your state or federal trainingrequirements. For example, we offer project manage- Types of Workplace Learning and Performancement training that leads towards PMI certification and Training Services Availableis in alignment with requirements of state and federal • Training Manual Design and Developmentcontract officers, program and project managers. • Web Course Design and DevelopmentUNMCE also offers Lean Government courses that using WebCT, Blackboard or Moodleuse Lean production principles and methods that cre- • Needs Assessment and Evaluation Servicesate a culture of continuous improvement. And, • On-the-Job Training (OJT) Program DesignUNMCE offers Leadership and Management and DevelopmentPrograms that are uniquely designed around your stateor federal agency employee needs. In addition,UNMCE offers a New Leadership and Middle Funding forLeadership Program for federal employees through the Customized TrainingNew Mexico Federal Executive Board. JTIP UNM Continuing Education’s customized trainingUNM Continuing Education classes and programs may be eligible for State of NewLeadership University Mexico Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) fund- ing. JTIP funds customized training for newly createdUNM Continuing Education is now offering a jobs in expanding or relocating companies in NewLeadership University for businesses who want to Mexico.improve the supervisory, management, or leadership Workforce Investment Act (WIA)skills of their employees. Our custom training staff will UNM Continuing Education’s customized traininghelp you create a unique professional development classes and programs may be eligible for WIA fundingprogram that will take your organization’s leadership for businesses through the New Mexico Departmentto a higher level of effectiveness while improving your of Workforce Solutions Workforce Investment Act fororganization’s business results. Customized training skills in demand in Healthcare, Manufacturing, oroptions could include workshops, peer support groups, Construction.and employee coaching.For information on custom training orconsultation services call 505-277-6034 oremail customtraining@dce.unm.edu.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 9
  • 11. Business and Technology Business & Technology Explore new interests or get expert advice on technical issues. FREE demonstrations open to the public. Video Editing with Premiere Adobe Premiere is quickly catching the eye of profes- sional and amateur editors as being the best option for high-end video editing. With their latest release, Premiere has unleashed a toolset to complete with Marc Leonard received his BS in TV/Film from any other NLEs in the industry. Join Post-Production DeSales University. From film to television, Marc hasinfoByte Series/Conference Center specialist Marc Leonard in exploring some of the a broad experience base in the visual arts. As a film- exciting features of Adobe Premiere, and discuss maker, he has seen many projects from conception workflow options to help any level of editor do their through completion, giving him a strong sense of job more efficiently. post-production workflows and solutions. Marc spe- Thursday, June 14 5:15pm-6:30pm cializes in editing, visual effects, and color grading. No need to register. All sessions held at UNM Continuing Education, 1634 University Blvd NE. For more information, call 505-925-9562. 10 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 12. Business & TechnologyOur courses and certificates offer the knowledge, skills and abilities in demand by today’s business and industryleaders. We hire instructors who are experienced professionals from business, industry, and education and whoenjoy teaching the concepts and skills that are part of their own daily work. They have the most current profes-sional credentials and certifications. Our instructors are networked with employers to provide you with exceptional Career Trainingconnections to workforce possibilities. Most of our classes are intentionally small to foster better class discussionand individualized instructor assistance.Our certificate programs have been created by UNM Continuing Education staff partnering with employers andinstructors. Certifications are created by national or international organizations that set the industry standardthrough education and testing requirements and authorized training providers. We update our certificate programsand create new ones in response to changing professional needs. The requirements for the completion of your cer-tificate program are those defined in the semester in which you began your program. Contact information for yourprogram supervisor is listed in each program area.Funding is available for many of our certificate programs through special funding programs or employer tuitionassistance. For additional information visit our website at http://dce.unm.edu/loans-financial-aid.htm. UNMemployees, you may use your Tuition Remission benefit for all Business & Technology courses. For completeTuition Remission policy information, please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. UNM employees, you may use your Tuition Remission benefit for all Business & Technology courses. For complete Tuition Remission policy information, please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. Career Training Enjoy your job! We offer career advisement, connections to employers in the industry, and training that works. Our career training exceeds your expectations for getting the information you need, in a timeframe that works for you. Find plenty of opportunities for short-term training that can improve your career or launch a new one. To enhance or advance For a Career as a … See these pages your current career… See these pages Administrative Medical Specialist . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Apple Creative Professional Certifications . . . . . . . .34 Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Digital Photography Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Certified Wedding & Event Planner . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Facilitation and Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Medical Transcription Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 Grantwriting courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Paralegal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Graphic Design Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Pharmacy Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 MS Office Computer Skills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Phlebotomist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Music Production . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Negotiation and Conflict Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Basic & Intermediate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Professional Writing courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Project Management (PMP, CAPM) . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Web Design Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 11
  • 13. Business & Technology Professional Development and Skills Our professional development Certificates and Certifications address skills and outcomes that are fundamental to your success in the pursuit of your career goals. Check out the following program areas: Leadership, Management and Supervision, Leadership and Management Tools, Personal Career Development, and Business and Professional Careers. For more information contact Sherry TenClay, Senior Program Manager, at sherrytc@unm.edu or 505-277-6038. Leadership, Management and SupervisionLeadership, Management and Supervision Leadership University Basic Supervisory Skills Certificate Module 1 Session: Understanding Your No. Course Page Leadership Style 20512 Business Ethics Fall 2012 Module 2 Session: Team Effectiveness and 20518 Managing Time Productively and Team Building Delegating for Results 40 Module 3 Session: Communication Skills & 20521 Motivating and Leading Your Workgroup Fall 2012 Conflict Management 40110 Communicating with Difficult People 50 Module 4 Session: Time Management/ 40112 Win-Win Conflict Resolution 50 Setting Priorities Module 5 Session: Change Management Intermediate Supervisory Skills Certificate Module 6 Session: Business Ethics No. Course Page Module 7 Session: Public Speaking / 20500 Making Meetings Effective Fall 2012 Presentation Skills 20512 Business Ethics Fall 2012 Module 8 Session Diversity 20518 Managing Time Productively and Customize this program for your department, Delegating for Results 40 business or organization. Contact Donna Robbins at 20521 Motivating and Leading Your Workgroup Fall 2012 40110 Communicating with Difficult People 50 drobbins@unm.edu or 505-277-6447. Visit our 40112 Win-Win Conflict Resolution 50 website for scheduled classes. 40114 Successful Negotiating Fall 2012 Supervisory Skills Certificate 40125 Mediating Workplace Conflicts Fall 2012 Learn the skills and tools necessary for effective super- Advanced Supervisory Skills vision. Whether you are already a supervisor or work- ing toward a supervisory position, this program will No. Course Page help you understand the principles of effectively super- 20506 Hiring and Firing Well Fall 2012 vising your team and their work. 20512 Business Ethics Fall 2012 20518 Managing Time Productively and Registration Discount—Enroll in all of the Supervisory Delegating for Results 40 Skills courses for any certificate at the same time and 20521 Motivating and Leading Your Workgroup Fall 2012 receive a 10% discount. 40110 Communicating with Difficult People 50 40112 Win-Win Conflict Resolution 50 40114 Successful Negotiating Fall 2012 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution courses have 40125 Mediating Workplace Conflicts Fall 2012 moved to page 23 as part of our new area of 20500 Making Meetings Effective Fall 2012 Community Engagement courses. You’ll also find 20524 Productive Performance Appraisals Fall 2012 them included in the Intermediate Supervisory Skills 21350 Emotional Intelligence at Work Fall 2012 Certificate on page 12. Same great instructors, same certificate programs, in a new home. Conflict Resolution/Mediation, Grant writing and Volunteer/ Custom Project Management Classes Non-profit management). For more information Your business or department may want to take contact Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor, at customized Project Management classes as a group to lnalin@unm.edu or 505-277-6025, or visit learn the processes together, and then develop a unique dce.unm.edu. project plan for your business. Also, PMI Exam Prep courses are offered to businesses. Please contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu. 12 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 14. Business & TechnologyLeadership and Management ToolsProject Management ®Learn project management methods, define the best Project Management Practitioner Certificatemethods for a given project, and discover how to apply No. Course Pagethese skills to cost and scheduling tools such as 21000 Applying Project Management for Effective Teams 41Microsoft Project, integrating project management 21025 MS Project 2010: Project Plan Definition 41practices with project management software. Microsoft 21030 MS Project 2010: Budgeting & Tracking 41 Project Management/Event ManagementProject is the software of choice for project manage-ment planning and execution. Project Management InformationThe Project Manager Professional (PMP®) and Systems CertificateCertified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) No. Course Pageare the project management credentials of choice for 21025 MS Project 2010: Project Plan Definition 41numerous industries and companies. Increase your 21030 MS Project 2010: Budgeting and Tracking 41Project Management understanding and experience, 21041 MS Project 2010: Team Communicationthen prepare to sit for either PMP® or CAPM® exam. and Productivity 42Our PMI-approved courses can be applied toward the35-hour education requirement and will promote Project Management Master Certificateincreased project management skills in both adminis-trative support and project management staffing. No. Course PageAs a member of a credentialed project management 21000 Applying Project Management for Effective Teams 41 21005 Understanding Project Management Fall 2012team, you can improve your organization’s project 21010 Integrating Project Management:results (cost, time, and quality) through the use of Principles and Practices Fall 2012accepted project management tools, techniques, and 21025 MS Project 2010:principles. For more information on pre-exam require- Project Plan Definition 41ments, visit the PMI website at 21030 MS Project 2010:http://www.pmi.org/Certification.aspx. Budgeting and Tracking 41For more information contact Sherry TenClay, 21041 MS Project 2010:Senior Program Manager, at sherrytc@unm.edu or Team Communication and Productivity 42505-277-6038 Are you ready to earn your PMP® or CAPM®Registration Discount—Enroll for all courses in any credential? Check the PMI website for eligibility,Project Management certificate at one time and receive then register for our exam prep class. Fall 2012.a 10% discount. No. Course Page 21015 Project Management Professional (PMP®)/CAPM® Certification Exam Prep Fall 2012EventManagementWedding and Event Planning No. Course Page 21100 Certified Wedding and Event Planner Fall 2012The Wedding and Event Planner certificate is perfectfor the individual looking to get started in the wed-ding and event planning business right away. In part- Visit www.ises.com for more information on thenership with The Wedding Planning Institute, UNM benefits and requirements of the Certified SpecialContinuing Education is offering this 40-hour hands- Events Professional (CSEP) designation.on program which covers everything a wedding orevent planner needs to know! You can gain the knowl- For more information contact Sherry TenClay,edge and expertise to work as an event planner or to Senior Program Manager, at sherrytc@unm.edustart your own business as a wedding planner. or 505-277-6038.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 13
  • 15. Instruction and Facilitation Training Business and Technology Business & Technology Instruction and Facilitation Training In partnership with the New Mexico Chapter of the Professional Trainer Certificate American Society for Training and Development Learn all of the skills needed to be a successful trainer! (ASTDNM), Continuing Education at UNM offers Understand how to analyze student needs, design and certificate programs in Instruction and Facilitation develop program content, implement trainings, and Training to provide participants with the knowledge evaluate student comprehension and program and skills to become effective professional trainers or effectiveness. to gain advanced skills in delivering presentations and leading group discussions. No. Course Page 23000 Facilitating Adult Learning 43 These instruction and facilitation certificates are stack- 23003 Instructional Systems Design Fall 2012 able. Each certificate also satisfies many of the required 23006 Presentation Skills for Trainers Fall 2012 courses for the next level. Build your way at a pace 23008 Assessing Student Outcomes NEW! that works for you. For more information contact Coming Fall 2012! Angela Pacheco, at delong@unm.edu or 23009 Evaluation Skills for Trainers Spring 2013 505-277-3975. 23012 Developing Training Materials Fall 2012 Registration Discount—Enroll in three or more classes 23021 Designing Effective Training Activities Fall 2012 23023 Managing Challenging Participants Spring 2013 at the same time and receive a 10% discount. 23025 Applied Professional Trainer Skills NEW! Presentation Certificate Coming soon! Enhance your skill in meetings, sales sessions, small Online Instructor Certificate group discussions, or training classes with techniques Explore the world of online training! Discover the ins- learned in these exciting courses. Organize your and-outs of the online learning environment and how thoughts and present with confidence. Understand the it varies from face-to-face learning. Explore the various needs of adult learners and build a solid foundation for technologies used in course implementation. Learn the using training as a skill or a career. basics of course development to prepare you to build No. Course Page your own online course. 23000 Facilitating Adult Learning 43 No. Course Page 23003 Instructional Systems Design Fall 2012 23000 Facilitating Adult Learning 43 23006 Presentation Skills for Trainers Fall 2012 23003 Instructional Systems Design Fall 2012 23041 Introduction to Online Instruction 43 23042 Exploring Technologies Used in Online Instruction 44 23045 Basics of Online Course Development 44 Government University UNM Continuing Education can create courses and programs specifically designed to meet state or federal training requirements. These include PMI certification, Lean Government, and Leadership programs. Please We are pleased to announce that the UNM Institute of contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at Public Law’s Transportation Safety Law Center has 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu moved to UNM Continuing Education. Instructor train- ing for Driver Education, Driving Safety, and DWI schools, as well as Ignition Interlock facilities licensing and monitoring services will now be done here. Continuing Education will also provide transportation safety related trainings, educational materials develop- ment, and research. The same outstanding services— just at a new location! 505-277-0077 | dce.unm.edu | 1634 University Blvd. NE 14 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 16. Business & TechnologyEmployment and Career DevelopmentGlobal Career Development No. Course PageFacilitator Certification 23159 Global Career Development Facilitator Training Spring 2013Become a Global Career Development Facilitator(GCDF). This 90-hour course will enable you todevelop a new career or enhance your current profes-sion in career development. Gain international certifi-cation and choose from among a variety of careerdevelopment occupations. Students can expect approx-imately 30 hours of homework while completing this Ask your employer about your company’s tuition Employment and Career Development /Graduate School Exam Prepprogram. This course meets on UNM’s main campus, reimbursement programs for job-related courses andStudent Services Center, Room 220. Lunch is provid- training. Tuition remission is available for UNM Staffed at each session. Visit www.NCDA.org for further and faculty.information. To attend, you must have a Bachelor’sdegree in any field, and be seriously committed toacquiring or currently working in, a career advisementposition. Contact Jenna Crabb, jennas@unm.edu, forprogram questions. You must attend all class sessionsin order to be certified.Graduate School Exam PrepVisit www.kaptest.com or call 1-800-KAPTEST Since 1938, Kaplan Test prep has helped individualsfor additional program details. To register call achieve their educational and career goals. Kaplan is the505-277-0077. industry founder and world leader in test preparation.Grad school entrance exams are only a few hours in Kaplan is committed to excellence in and out of thelength, yet the scores are typically heavily weighted in classroom with a focus on individual success. Benefitsthe grad school admissions process. Graduate school to students include test-expert instruction, Kaplan’sprograms require a significant investment of time and cutting-edge curriculum and test taking strategies, themoney. Invest first in getting a higher score on your most complete set of student materials on the market,entrance exam. Getting a higher score can increase and personalized practice.your chances in getting financial assistance or scholar-ships for your graduate school program.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 15
  • 17. Administrative Professionals Business and Technology Business & Technology We are so confident that our programs work, we offer Test Prep Start Dates our Higher Score Guarantee: GRE $1249* Readiness: A student who doesn’t feel ready to take Mon/Wed 6/13 6pm/6pm the scheduled test date can continue to study with us for the next test administration. LSAT $1399* Tue/Thu 6/26 6pm/6pm Satisfaction: A student who does improve but still wants to score higher can study with us again for the Mon/Wed 8/13 6pm/6pm next test administration. Tue/Sat/Sun 8/25 10am/2pm/6pm Money Back: In the rare case that a student does not MCAT $2099* improve he or she can continue to study with us for Mon/Wed/Fri 6/1 1pm/1pm/1pm the next test administration or can get a 100% tuition Mon/Wed/Fri 6/1 1pm/1pm/1pm refund. Guarantee requirements are available at Mon/Wed/Sat 6/18 6:30pm/6:30pm/9am www.kaptest.com Mon/Wed/Sat 7/9 6:30pm/6:30pm/9am Kaplan is pleased to offer its score raising programs in Albuquerque in partnership with UNMCE. Please * + $10 shipping fees ($30 shipping fees if enrolled visit www.kaptest.com or call 1-800-KAPTEST for within 7 days of the class start) additional program details. For DAT, OAT or PCAT Prep schedules, visit UNM Tuition Remission Students: Please enroll www.kaptest.com/oat for more information and to with UNMCE at least 7 days prior to the first class to register for one of these incredible opportunities! ensure timely course material delivery. To register call 505-277-0077. Business and Professional Careers Administrative Professionals We serve Administrative No. Course Page Professionals by offering a vari- Accounting with Computer Applications Certificate 17 ety of certificate programs and Database Management 25 Certifications geared toward Digital Arts Basics 28 building and enhancing your Event Management 13 career. Add one or more of Microsoft Office Suite (MOS) certifications 25 these to your resume or per- Microsoft courses 52 Macintosh courses 55 formance review and increase Negotiation and Conflict Resolution 23 your employability. Make your Project Management 13 career your own with certificates Supervisory Skills 12 that reflect your talents, gifts, Volunteer Management 23 skills and interests. Workskills for the Workplace 45 Create your own If a class is full, place your name on the waiting list by Custom Leadership University calling Registration at 505-277-0077 or by following the online registration process at dce.unm.edu. When UNM Continuing Education can create a a new section of a class is added during the semester, Leadership University for businesses who want to students on the wait list are contacted first and given improve the supervisory, management, or leader- an opportunity to register. ship skills of their employees. Our custom training staff will help you create a unique program that will take your organization’s leadership to a higher level of effectiveness while improving your organization’s business results. Contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at 277-6034 or email custom- training@dce.unm.edu 16 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 18. Business & TechnologyFinance and AccountingThese Finance and Accounting certificates are stack- Finance and Accounting Onlineable. Each certificate also satisfies many of the requiredcourses for the next level. Build your way at a pace SkillSoft self-study classes include:that works for you. For more information contact 37050N Basic Business Math Skills $189Sherry TenClay, Senior Program Manager, at 37210N Practical Budgeting Skillssherrytc@unm.edu or 505-277-6038. for Business $149Registration Discount—Enroll in all courses at one time 37211N Accounting 101 $199in either Finance and Accounting certificate program 37212N Finance & Accounting Essentialsand receive a 10% discount. for Non-financial Professionals $599 37213N Accounting 102 $179 Finance and AccountingBookkeeping Certificate 37214N Managerial Accounting $359Receive an introduction to accounting equations.Learn how to read a budget report, how to give a Executive Certificate in Financial Planningbudget report, and how a double entry accounting The financial planning field is experiencing tremen-system works. Discover the fun of finance in this pro- dous growth as both experienced financial profession-gram where even the most basic questions receive als and newcomers enter the market. Increasedthoughtful, careful answers. demand for financial planners is expected to continue, making this field a popular career choice. This 9-No. Course Page month certificate program provides students with a37151 Bookkeeping Basics Fall 2012 strong foundation of professional knowledge about37158 Small Business Bookkeeping with financial planning theory, concepts, and practice. QuickBooks Pro Fall 2012 Students pay one price for the full six-course program.52161 Excel: Beginning 53 The program consists of the following important course topics:Accounting with Computer Fundamentals of Financial Planning and InsuranceApplications Certificate Planning—Receive an introduction to the financialLearn the real-world accounting skills needed for your planning profession, to include the concepts of the timeorganization or businesses. Evaluate your business and value of money, insurance planning, and the practice oforganizational health and establish a solid foundation personal financial planning by professional planners.of knowledge for managing your entire financial envi- Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management—ronment. These courses will help you refine or expand Study risk return, debt and equity securities, andyour financial skills in the accounting field. options and futures contracts. Use a portfolio projectNo. Course Page to evaluate financial investment alternatives. Study37151 Bookkeeping Basics Fall 2012 important investment strategies and valuation models37158 Small Business Bookkeeping with to understand basic investment principles and practices. QuickBooks Pro Fall 2012 Taxation of Persons, Property and Other37200 Accounting Principles I Fall 2012 Entities—Examine the federal income tax system, with37201 Accounting Principles II Fall 2012 particular emphasis on sole proprietorship, partnership,52141 Word: Beginning 52 and LLC/corporation taxation.52162 Excel: Intermediate 53 Retirement and Employee Benefits—Study qualified retirement plans, other tax-advantaged plans, non- qualified plans and employee benefits in a manner that integrates the most important concepts of financial planning. Refunds or transfers are allowed up to three business days before a class begins. Other refund policies may apply to conferences, educational trips and tours, Story of New Mexico and other special programs. Look for refund information in the event or course brochure, flyer, or web text.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 17
  • 19. Paralegal Studies Business and Technology Business & Technology Estate Tax Planning—Learn about estate planning No. Course Page and the taxation of estates. Examine the tax implica- 37280 Executive Certificate in tions of gifts and bequests, federal estate tax, and Financial Planning Spring 2013 revocable and irrevocable trusts, including bypass and marital deduction trusts. Executive Certificate in Financial Planning Capstone Case Course in Financial Planning— Participate in detailed case analysis, and learn how the This nine-month certificate program prepares you six major areas of financial planning—fundamentals, for a number of lucrative positions in the investment planning, income tax planning, retirement financial industry. planning, and estate planning—are integrated to form Tuition-remission may be used for all a complete client package. three semesters Classes are generally held every other weekend, on Program graduates are eligible to sit for the Fridays from 6:00pm to 9:35pm and on Saturdays National CFP exam from 8:45am to 5:00pm. Holidays and local events will alter the dates and times for some class meetings. The 2013 Program begins in January. Tuition is due A BA is not required for participation in this program. in full by November 15, 2012. However, a BA or higher is required before the CFP designation can be used. Submit your academic transcript to Sherry TenClay via email at Early enrollment options are available for many of sherrytc@unm.edu, fax 505-277-8975, or mail to our courses. For course listings in addition to those 1634 University Blvd NE, Albuquerque NM 87102. in the current semester, contact your program super- visor or visit our website at dce.unm.edu. Paralegal Studies Paralegal Certificate Program No. Course Page 37326 Paralegal Certificate Program 46 This program is an intense, fast-paced introduction to 37327 Paralegal Internship 46 the legal system, basic concepts of paralegalism, and legal research and writing. Small classes taught in an Over 85% of our students completing the certificate interactive hands-on style give students a solid founda- program and the internship are either currently tion in the legal system, legal terminology, civil proce- working as Paralegals or enrolled in the UNM dure, criminal procedure, evidence, interviewing, law School of Law. office management, and ethics. Students who complete this course gain skills in draft- ing documents, interviewing, trial preparation, briefing cases, and legal research and writing, utilizing the To ensure that you have a seat in a class and a copy UNM Law Library, WESTLAW, and visits to observe of the course textbook or handouts, we recommend motions and trials in the courtroom. Students are that you register at least one week in advance of the required to complete basic legal research and writing assignments including legal memoranda. class start date. Upon successful completion and at the recommenda- tion of the instructor, students are eligible to apply for a mentored paralegal internship in government setting or private law firms. Internship sites are arranged by the instructor. For more information contact Sherry TenClay, Senior Program Manager, at sherrytc@unm.edu or 505-277-6038. 18 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 20. Business & TechnologyHealth Care, Human Service andFitness CareersWe’ve got the classes to help you help others! Patient care and support careers are in high demand in NewMexico. First responder, administrative support specialist, counselor, fitness trainer, or alternative healer—ouronline and certificate programs can prepare you for your new career or enhance your current resume. For moreinformation, contact Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor, at 505-277-6025 or hhs@dce.unm.edu.Health Care Careers Health Care CareersEmergency Medical Administrative Medical Specialist CertificateService Careers The demand for medical billing and coding continues to rise. If you’re good with details and looking for a career that will provide steady employment, we can teach you the skills necessary to become a certified professional coder. Course 38104, Medical Terminology and Anatomy for Coders, is a prerequi- site for this certificate—however, students who have successfully completed a medical terminology and human anatomy class at another educational institution may contact the program supervisor to validate com- pletion and to arrange to test-out of the class. The coding coursework includes basic, intermediate, and advanced levels. Courses 38102, 38103 and 38110In partnership with the UNM EMS Academy, the must be successfully completed to receive theEMT Basic and EMT Intermediate certificate classes, Administrative Medical Specialist Certificate. StudentsCPR for the Professional Rescuer certification class, are expected to attend at least 80% of scheduled classand Child and Babysitting certification class for youth hours and to score 70% or higher on all course exams.(CABS) are offered at UNM Continuing Education in Purchase books for all courses from a vendor of yourthe Business and Technology (B&T) Programs. choice, either online or from a local bookseller. VisitTuition for EMT Basic and Intermediate includes our website at http://dce.unm.edu/Administrative-books and needle-stick insurance. Medical-Specialist.htm to download the FAQ on Medical Billing and Coding.To learn more about the program, visit dce.unm.edu.You may register online or by calling 505-277-0077. No. Course PageFor EMT or CPR questions, contact Sherry TenClay, PrerequisiteSenior Program Manager, at sherrytc@unm.edu or 38104 Medical Terminology and Anatomy for Coders 47(505)277-6038. For questions regarding CABS, con-tact Naomi Sandweiss, Supervisor for Youth Programs, Required Coursesat naomis@unm.edu or 505-277-0698. 38102 CPT-4 Coding Specialist (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced) Fall 2012No. Course Page 38103 ICD-9 Coding Specialist38054 CPR for the Professional Rescuer Listed on Website (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced) Fall 201238080 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic 46 38110 Medical Billing and Healthcare Specialist 4738085 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Intermediate Listed on Website Related Courses17222 Child and Babysitter (CABS) 38120 HCPCS for Coders 47 Certification Listed on Website 38125 ICD-10 Coding 47 Register Now! We want to make sure that you have a seat and materials. If your class is full, please add your name to the waiting list.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 19
  • 21. Health Care Careers Business and Technology Business & Technology Online Health Care Career Training Students must be at least 18 years of age, possess a with Career Step high-school diploma or GED, be willing to complete a background check and verify completion of the Gold No. Course Page Career Readiness Certificate (download the FAQ from 38128 Medical Transcription Editor Online 47 http://dce.unm.edu/phlebotomy-2.htm). Students 38132 Medical Administrative Assistant Online 48 must be current on immunizations that are required 38140 Pharmacy Technician Online 48 for working in the field. We also recommend that stu- 38145 Inpatient & Outpatient Medical Coding dents have current health insurance. and Billing Online 48 Please schedule student advising with the Program Other online Health Care career courses are also Supervisor to submit your application packet. For available! Visit our website for the growing list of more information, visit our program website at: online courses at dce.unm.edu or contact Loree http://dce.unm.edu/Phlebotomy.htm Enroll early as Nalin for additional information at hhs@dce.unm.edu seats are limited. or by phone at 505-277-6025. Discover Phlebotomy (38204) is your chance to decide if this medical career is for you. Learn about Phlebotomy Certificate Program blood draws and the risks and rewards of this in- demand occupation. Consult with a working phle- botomist about job placement and salary range. Learn about the national certification through the American Society for Clinical Pathology’s Certified Phlebotomy Technician (ASCP PBT) exam. Prepare to meet the prerequisites for the certificate and meet the May 15 deadline. No. Course Page 38204 Discover Phlebotomy Spring 2013 38205 Phlebotomy Essentials, Laboratory, Clinical Experience 48 23105 Work Skills 45 Enroll in these three courses as the Phlebotomy Student Package and pay only $2987. Our nine-week Phlebotomy Certificate Program pre- pares students to enter this exciting medical profession Register for 38204 and receive a 10% discount off as an entry level phlebotomist. In course 38205, stu- the tuition of Phlebotomy Essentials, Laboratory and dents complete 60 hours of theory, lecture and review, Clinical Experience (38205) for the certificate 60 hours of lab and a 100-hour clinical experience at a program. local clinical site. Maximize the advantage of your skills, attitude and preparation with your Work Skills (23105) Career Coach who provides 36 hours of insight into work- place demands, successful interview techniques and strategies to assess your strengths and develop a plan to meet your career goals. To apply, prospective students will need to verify all prerequisites. The deadline to apply for the summer certificate program is May 15. 20 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 22. Business & TechnologyFitness and Personal TrainingCertified Personal Training Certificate CPT certificate is issued or the NASM exam is sched- uled. Course # 38054, CPR for the ProfessionalIn the world of fitness, personal trainers are in high Rescuer, may be used to meet the NASM CPR/AEDdemand, with New Mexico employment growth pro- certification. You may also contact the American Redjected to be over 25% until 2018. Prepare for your Cross for CPR/AED training dates.career as a personal trainer with this challenging six-week course which targets the knowledge, skills and Continue your training with courses in many areasabilities you’ll need to become a personal trainer and approved for NASM and ACE professionals. Ask aboutprepare for the National Academy of Sports Medicine the availability of CEUs for recertification of a profes-(NASM) certification exam. Students are expected to sional training certificate.attend a minimum of 80% of class hours and pass the Fitness and Personal Training/Human Services Careers No. Course Pageexam to receive the NASM Certified Personal Trainer 38221 Personal Trainer for NASM Certification 49(CPT) certification. Students must be 18 years of age 38054 CPR for the Professional Rescuer Listed on Websiteor older and have a current CPR/AED card before theHuman Services CareersPrevention and Education for Injury, No. Course PageViolence and Substance Abuse 38687 Injury Prevention 101 49 38772 Mental Health First Aid Fall 2012Certification as a prevention specialist through theNM Credentialing Board of Behavioral HealthProfessions will allow you to enter a field with thepotential to save lives. This quality, competency-basedcertification program encompasses the prevention andtreatment of addictions and related problems usingevidence-based practices.Substance Abuse Studies The quick and easy approval process will allow you toTraining Program get started with classes in either fall or spring terms. Students need to verify all prerequisites with the pro-The Substance Abuse Studies Training Program pro- gram supervisor prior to registration.vides the skills and tools needed by professionals in thefield of addictions and substance abuse. We offer the Each course qualifies for 16 NAADAC Continuingmost current training and resources available in proven Education Hours (CEH). To receive CEUs, studentsand promising treatment modalities for individuals will need to attend all 16 hours of class, and demon-seeking to become licensed in the field of substance strate understanding of the material covered by passingabuse counseling. Our instructors’ credentials offer the course exam with a grade of 70% or higher. Partialyou the best of both worlds—knowledgeable educa- credit is not given.tors, who are experienced counselors in the field. This program is subsidized by the New MexicoWith your current counseling license or a degree in Legislature under House Bill 2. Because the purposecounseling (from an accredited institution of higher of this funding is to increase the number of licensededucation, AA or higher is required by the New counselors in the state of New Mexico, seating is limit-Mexico Counseling and Therapy Practice Board ), this ed for CEUs. The subsidized tuition is subject to theprogram is specifically designed to meet the education- continuation of this funding. For questions regardingal requirements for the Licensed Substance Abuse specific requirements for the LSAA and the LADACAssociate (LSAA), or Licensed Alcohol and Drug certification, contact the New Mexico Counseling andAbuse Counselor (LADAC) in New Mexico, as well Therapy Practice Board at www.rld.state.nm.us oras meet NAADAC national standards. Visit 505-476-4610.http://dce.unm.edu to download the FAQ to learnmore about enrolling in this training program.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 21
  • 23. Business & Technology The weekend format provides a concentrated learning Substance Abuse Studies Training Program experience while allowing participants to meet their weekday employment and personal obligations. Classes No. Course are from 8:30am to 5:30pm on Saturdays and Sundays Fall Series of every other weekend except holidays. The full pro- 39414 Prevention and Education gram consists of 14 classes for a total of 224 hours. 39451 Introduction to Substance Download the 2012-2013 required and recommended Abuse Treatment reading list from the web site at 39452 Motivational Interviewing http://dce.unm.edu/substance-abuse-studies-training- 39453 Psychopharmacology of Drug Abuse and Pharmacotherapies program.htm. 39455 Diagnosis, Assessment and Undergraduate college credit is available through Treatment Planning UNM Extended University for an additional fee and 39456 Community Reinforcement ApproachHuman Services Careers course requirements. Inquire about this with the 39457 Cognitive Behavioral Treatments Program Supervisor. and Practicum Spring Series Prerequisites for Success 39412 Working with Family Members Due to the intensity and nature of our program, we 39413 Group Therapies request that those in recovery have been sober for a 39454 Legal, Ethical and Professional Practice minimum of one year before seeking admission. Some 39458 Behavioral Couples Counseling may find it more helpful to have two or more years in 39459 Working with Adolescents: Treatment and Prevention recovery. Please note that the courses are not intended 39460 Managing Co-Occurring Disorders as part of a recovery program to support participant 39461 Clinical Supervision sobriety, or as a replacement for therapy. Students are expected to be open-minded and willing to learn Individual classes are reasonably priced at $129 for about and discuss new and different approaches for the 16 hours. treatment of addictions. Course materials are available through eReserves at the start of each semester. Instructions and passwords to access SASTP eReserves are on your course confirmation. Certificate Program Related Courses Best suited to those who intend to apply for New 39132 Advanced Ethics 50 Mexico Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor 39310 LADAC Exam Preparation 50 (LADAC). Courses can be taken quickly following the 39465 Substance Abuse Licensure outlined schedule for the semester or slowly to meet and Credentialing Fall 2012 your needs until you have completed all 14 classes for a total of 224 hours toward your requirement of 276 Register Early! We want to make sure that you have hours by the New Mexico Counseling and Therapy a seat and materials. If your class is full, add your Practice Board. name to the waiting list. As an added benefit for those enrolling in the certifi- cate program, you will able to enroll in Substance Abuse Counselor Licensure and Credentialing (3 hours) and LADAC Exam Preparation (7 hours) for no additional tuition. The total cost of the certificate is $1806 (classes are registered for separately at $129 per class. No other discounts apply). 22 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 24. Business & TechnologyProfessional Skills for Community ProgramsMediation and Conflict Resolution Grant WritingNegotiation and dispute-resolution skills are important Learn the skills needed to research, identify, and writekeys to success in today’s work environments, whether a successful grant proposal that satisfies your fundingnegotiating with organizations or working through needs. Learn essential terminology, funding types,relationships with coworkers. Work with professional methods, and practical applications in our Grant andmediators to develop your conflict resolution, negotia- Proposal Writing courses. We can provide the toolstion and mediation skills in these interactive certificate you need to successfully compete for funding!programs. Learn how to turn win-lose scenarios—or No. Course Pagelose-lose “stalemates”—into win-win agreements. 42105 Grant Writing: Get a Solid Grip Professional Skills for Community ProgramsNegotiation and on the Basics Fall 2012 42110 Grant Writing: Stop Writing the GrantConflict Resolution Certificate and Start Writing the Story Fall 2012Registration Discount—Enroll for all three courses at 42135 Grant Research: Where to look forone time and receive a 10% discount. Potential Funders Fall 2012 42140 Writing Grants that Get Funded 50No. Course Page 42145 Grantsmanship Training Fall 201240110 Communicating with Difficult People 50 42150 Essential Grant Skills Fall 201240112 Win-Win Conflict Resolution 5040114 Successful Negotiating Fall 2012 UNM employees can use tuition remission. For more information contact Loree Nalin at 505-277-6025 orWorkplace Mediation Certificate hhs@unm.edu.Prerequisite: Negotiation and Conflict ResolutionCertificate. This course is available for early registra- Learn strategies for writing clearly, persuasively, andtion. Add this course when registering for the three powerfully. For a full list of our writing classes go tocourses listed above to include it in your registration page 42.discount.No. Course Page Volunteer Management40125 Mediating Workplace Conflicts Fall 2012 Successful organizations value the commitment of people who share their time, energy and expertise. Providing an effective and supportive environment for your volunteers will motivate continued participation. This training is designed to be relevant for coordina- The courses in these program areas are eligible for tors with established programs as well as those in the UNM employee tuition remission. Find the forms process of creating new ones. Students will be intro- at dce.unm.edu/tuition-remission.htm. Fax your duced to best practices for volunteer management completed forms to 505-277-1990. For help, call recruitment and motivation. Explore ways to enhance 505-277-0077 or see our staff listing on page 4. the capacity of your organization to recruit and main- tain volunteers. For course information, visit our Online Professional Courses 7 website at dce.unm.edu. Custom Training 8 Leadership, Management and Supervision 40 No. Course Page Leadership & Management Tools 41 42471 Building a Successful Program Fall 2012 Professional Communications 42 42472 Recruitment, Skill Assessment and Training Fall 2012 Employment and Career Development 45 42473 Managing and Motivating Your Volunteers Fall 2012 42474 Evaluating Your Volunteer Program Fall 2012 Business and Professional Careers 46 Health & Community Action Development 46 Desktop Computing 52 Digital Arts 56 IT Professions 67 Health & Fitness 91Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 23
  • 25. Business & Technology Computer Skills Computers are an essential part of our daily lives. Introduce yourself to the things a computer can do for you, or increase your skills to enhance your job. Our small-class atmosphere, with a maximum of 13 students, means greater interaction with instructors and participants in the best possible learning environment. Our computer labs are equipped with individual computers as well as demonstration monitors. Get the hands-on experience you need to boost your skills in the area of your choice. For more information, contact the Program Supervisor at businessapps@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6033. For Macintosh-specific questions, contact Caroline Orcutt at digitalarts@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6037. Computer LiteracyComputer Literacy Are you a new computer user? Start at the very begin- Computer Literacy Certificate, Level II ning with our small classes and thoughtful instructors. No. Course Page Enroll in our Computer Literacy certificates and learn Prerequisites (as needed) how computers work, how to use Windows and Computer Literacy Certificate Level I or equivalent experience. Macintosh operating systems, and how to email and surf the Internet. In addition, get basic information Required Courses about the main applications used in desktop comput- 51102 Windows: Operating System ing. For those excited to learn more about the differ- Intermediate Summer 2012 ent operating systems, move to Computer Literacy 54122 Macintosh Maintenance and Support 55 Certificate Level II. This program focuses on the fea- Desktop Computing Electives (choose 1) tures and functions of Windows and Macintosh. 52141 Word: Beginning 52 52161 Excel: Beginning 53 Computer Literacy Certificate, Level I No. Course Page Digital Arts Electives (choose 1) Prerequisite (as needed) 54118 Macintosh OS X Applications 55 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 60 51001 Beginning Keyboarding Fall 2012 Required Courses (6) 51010 Learn to Use a Computer at Any Age 51 51012 Email and the Internet 51 51101 Windows: Operating System Basics 51 54010 Learn to Use a Mac: An Easy-Paced Introduction 55 Students ages 12-17 who wish to attend classes at 54101 Macintosh: Operating System Basics 55 Continuing Education may contact the program 51115 Windows: Organize Your Files and Photos 51 supervisor for information and registration requirements. To ensure that you have a seat in a class and a copy of the course textbook or handouts, we recommend The courses in these program areas are eligible for that you register at least one week in advance of the UNM employee tuition remission. Find the forms class start date. at dce.unm.edu/tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 or see our staff listing on page 4. Online Professional Courses 7 “ The instructor was terrific. Thorough and patient. She really knows her stuff and makes it Custom Training Leadership, Management and Supervision 8 40 so easy to understand. ” Leadership & Management Tools Professional Communications 41 42 — Computer Skills Student Employment and Career Development 45 Business and Professional Careers 46 Health & Community Action Development 46 Desktop Computing 52 Digital Arts 56 IT Professions 67 Health & Fitness 91 24 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 26. Business & TechnologyDesktop ComputingFor more information contact the Program Supervisor Access Database Manager Certificateat businessapps@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6033. Demonstrate that you have the fundamental skills needed to use an Access database, extract meaningful Online courses are now available for Office 2003 data, and develop large-scale Access applications for and 2007. Visit dce.unm.edu and choose “online multiple users. Complete the entire Access Database courses” on the home page. For more information Manager Certificate in just one semester! contact the Program Supervisor at No. Course Page businessapps@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6033. Required CoursesMicrosoft Office Specialist 52181 Access: Beginning 53 Desktop Computing 52182 Access: Intermediate 53The Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) credential is a 52183 Access: Advanced 53globally recognized standard that meets industry 52185 Access: Mastering Queries 54demand and certifies your computer knowledge and 52186 Access: Creating Custom Reports 54skills using 2007 or 2010 Microsoft Office. Find out 52187 Access: Managing Data 54more about this MOS credential at 65011 Relational Database Design Fundamentals 68http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/certification/mos.aspxMicrosoft Word MOSNo. Course Page52141 Word: Beginning 5252142 Word: Intermediate 5252143 Word: Advanced 52Microsoft Excel MOSNo. Course Page52161 Excel: Beginning 53 Access Data52162 Excel: Intermediate 5352163 Excel: Advanced 53 CampMicrosoft Access MOSNo. Course Page52181 Access: Beginning 5352182 Access: Intermediate 53 August 1-3 Series tuition $49952183 Access: Advanced 53 Complete the three levels of Access and Relational Database Design Fundamentals, then immerse your- self in Access special topics during Data Camp. This is a great way to complete your Access Database Manager Certificate before the end of the summer! Custom Microsoft Office 2007 Enjoy lunch on-site Wednesday-Friday and a savings or Office 2010 Classes of over $150. Limit of 14 seats. Get yours now! In addition to the Microsoft Office classes offered in Access Data Camp courses must be purchased as a this catalog, UNM Continuing Education can create series to obtain the Camp price. customized MS Office classes for your company or 52185 Access: Mastering Queries 54 department that is upgrading to a new MS Office ver- sion. Contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at 52186 Access: Creating Custom Reports 54 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu 52187 Access: Managing Data 54 UNM employees, you may use your Tuition Remission benefit for all Business & Technology cours- es. For complete Tuition Remission policy information, please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 25
  • 27. Business & Technology Macintosh Contact: Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor, Macintosh Support 505-277-6037, digitalarts@dce.unm.edu. No. Course Page Macintosh Certificates Prerequisite (as needed) The Macintosh certificate program prepares students 54010 Learn to Use a Mac OR basic computer familiarity 55 for operating, upgrading and maintaining Macintosh Required Courses (3) computer systems at home and in the office. In addi- 54101/11 Macintosh: Operating System: Basics 55 tion, this training provides the basis for a professional 54118 Macintosh OS X Applications 55 Macintosh consulting and troubleshooting career. 54151 Macintosh OS X Support Mastery Fall 2012 Real World Macintosh CertificateMacintosh No. Course Page UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple Prerequisite (as needed) Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. 54010 Learn to Use a Mac OR basic computer familiarity 55 For information on certifications and exams, call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037. Required Courses (4) 54101/11 Macintosh Operating System: Basics 55/55 54118 Macintosh OS X Applications 55 54119 Macintosh OS X Administering and Networking 55 54122 Macintosh Maintenance and Support 55 Looking for funding assistance? You’ve got options: Tuition assistance may be available if you are unemployed, Application and Registration Process a veteran or veteran’s spouse, or a person with a disability. Other options include education loans or a managed pay- 1. Schedule an appointment with a program ment plan. For a list of funding resources visit our website supervisor at http://dce.unm.edu/loans-financial-aid.htm 2. Use the completed advisement form to work We offer free advisement with a program supervisor to with your selected funder help you choose the training and funding options that work best for you. We make sure that you have all of the 3. Contact your program supervisor about your information you need to complete any required paper- completed funding application and award work. For a list of Program Supervisors with their special- 4. A copy of your advisement form will be ized areas of study and contact information see page 4. forwarded to the UNM Continuing Education registration office and you will be registered for Contact Sherry TenClay, Senior Program Manager, at 505-277-6038 or sherrytc@unm.edu for more information. classes. You will receive confirmation via email. 26 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 28. Business and Technology Graphic Design & Visual Communication Business & TechnologyDigital ArtsContact: Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor, 505-277-6037, digitalarts@dce.unm.edu. For a comprehensiveDigital Arts Program catalog, see our website or contact the program supervisor. Caroline Orcutt, MA, Program Supervisor Caroline Orcutt began her association with UNM Continuing Education teaching graphic design in 1986. Under her guidance, the Graphic Design Program developed from one class into the current Digital Arts Program, now offering more than 20 dif- ferent certificates, over 100 courses, online options, and Apple Authorized Training Center status. Caroline’s experience with graphic design, printing, advertising, web design, illustration, photography, and filmmaking, along with her MA in art, give her a commanding and thorough knowledge of the field.Graphic Design & Visual CommunicationGraphic Design/Print Certificates Graphic Design/Print Certificate, Level IIThe Graphic Design/Print certificates focus on profes- No. Course Pagesional design and production for printed materials Prerequisites (as needed)including brochures, newsletters, ads, letterhead, Graphic Design/Print Certificate Level I courses, as needed, orposters, etc. Level I provides information and skills equivalent experiencetowards entry-level employment. Level II provides Required Design Courses (3)advanced training for employment. You may work on 55108 Symbols: Introduction to Visual Literacy Fall 2012Levels I and II consecutively or concurrently. 55202 Illustration Fundamentals Fall 2012Graphic Design/Print Certificate, Level I 55221/6392 Color Theory Spring 2013/62No. Course Page Design Electives (choose 2) 55106 Advertising Design 57Required Design Courses (5) 55107 Publication Design Fall 201255101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 56 55123 Logo Design Spring 201355102/322 History of Graphic Design OR 55801/3 Photography with a Digital Camera 58/58 Photography Spring 2013/Fall 2012 55804 Photography Composition 5855103 Typography Fall 201255105 2D Design Spring 2013 Required Business Course (choose 1)55201 Drawing Basics for Graphics Fall 2012 55622 Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists Spring 2013Required Business Courses (2) 55623 Marketing with Social Media 5755604 Writing Creative Copy for 55624 Starting a Digital Arts Business Fall 2012 Print and Web Media Fall 2012 55627 Portfolios for Photographers55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 57 and Designers Spring 2013Computer Prerequisites (as needed) Required Independent Study (1)51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics 51/55/55 55701 Independent Study in Digital Arts Fall 2012Required Computer Courses (8) Required Computer Courses (3)56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 60 56123 InDesign: Advanced Spring 201356121/6 InDesign: Beginning 60/Fall 2012 56212 Illustrator: Intermediate 6156122 InDesign: Intermediate 61 56312/27 Photoshop: Intermediate OR56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 61 for Print 61/Fall 201256185 Digital Prepress Spring 201356211 Illustrator: Beginning 6156311 Photoshop: Beginning 6156391 Color Management and Calibration Fall 2012Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 27
  • 29. Website Design & Development Business and Technology Business & Technology Computer Elective (choose 1) Graphic Design Basics Certificate 56129 Book Publishing with InDesign 61 The Digital Arts Basics certificates are designed for the 56130 ePublishing with InDesign Fall 2012 small business owner, office employee or anyone who 56134 Interactive InDesign Spring 2013 wants to learn the basics of digital arts used in design, 56213 Illustrator: Advanced 61 marketing and multimedia and needs just the essentials 56312/27 Photoshop: Intermediate OR for Print 61/Fall 2012 to get started quickly. Get started with the basics in 56313 Photoshop: Advanced Fall 2012 Graphic Design, Web Design, Digital Photography or all three. These courses also apply to the Level I Electives (1 or more) certificates. Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999) for a total of 8-16 hours No. Course Page Prerequisites (as needed) 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics 51/55/55 Required Courses (9) 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 56 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 60 “ I appreciated the pace of the class, the patience of the instructor and the top-level 56121/6 InDesign: Beginning 56122 InDesign: Intermediate 60/Fall 2012 61 computers and software. ” 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 56185 Digital Prepress 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 61 Spring 2013 61 —Digital Arts Student 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 61 56391 Color Management and Calibration Fall 2012 Website Design & Development Website Design Certificates Required Business Courses (2) 55604 Writing Creative Copy for Print and The Website Design certificates focus on building and Web Media Fall 2012 maintaining professional and effective websites. 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 57 Various tools and techniques for web editing, graphics and marketing are presented. Level I provides informa- Computer Prerequisites (as needed) tion and skills towards entry-level employment. Level 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics 51/55/55 II provides advanced training for employment. For Required Computer Courses (10) Level II, choose a design or development concentra- 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 60 tion or a combination. You may work on Levels I and 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 61 II consecutively or concurrently. 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 61 56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning Website Design Certificate, Level I OR Fireworks 61/Fall 2012 No. Course Page 57111 Flash: Beginning 63 Required Design Courses (5) 58101 Creating and Maintaining a Website 65 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 56 58111 (X)HTML: Beginning 65 55102/232/322/32 History of Graphic Design, 58117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets 65 Animation, Photography, or 58121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 66 Filmmaking 58122 Dreamweaver: Intermediate 66 Spring 2013/Fall 2013/Fall 2012/Fall 2012 55103 Typography Fall 2012 55125 Designing for the Web 57 55231 Storyboarding 57 28 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 30. Business & TechnologyWebsite Design Certificate, Level II Web Design Basics CertificateNo. Course Page The Digital Arts Basics certificates are designed for thePrerequisites (as needed) small business owner, office employee, or anyone whoWebsite Design Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or wants to learn the basics of digital arts used in design,equivalent experience marketing and multimedia and needs just the essentials to get started quickly. Get started with the basics inRequired Design Courses (3) Graphic Design, Web Design, Digital Photography55105 2D Design Spring 2013 or all three. These courses also apply to the Level I55108 Symbols: Introduction to Visual Literacy Fall 2012 certificates.55221/6392 Color Theory Spring 2013/62 No. Course PageDesign Elective (choose 1)55106 Advertising Design 57 Prerequisite (as needed) 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics 51/55/55 Website Design & Development55123 Logo Design Spring 201355201 Drawing Basics for Graphics Fall 2012 Required Courses (9)55202 Illustration Fundamentals Fall 2012 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 5655801/3 Photography with a 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 60 Digital Camera 58/58 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 6155804 Photography Composition 58 56311/51 Photoshop: BeginningRequired Business Course (choose 1) OR Fireworks 61/Fall 201255620 Website Marketing and Search Engine 58101 Creating and Maintaining a Website 65 Optimization Fall 2012 58111 (X)HTML: Beginning 6555622 Marketing and Self Promotion 58117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets 65 for Digital Artists Spring 2013 58121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 6655623 Marketing with Social Media 57 58122 Dreamweaver: Intermediate 6655624 Starting a Digital Arts Business Fall 201255627 Portfolios for Photographers Web Developer Certificate and Designers Spring 2013 Build interactive, data driven websites using both55635 The Basics of Media Producing Spring 2013 client-side and server-side technologies. Acquire anRequired Independent Study (1) understanding of database design and use, develop basic programming skills, and attain a solid foundation55701 Independent Study in Digital Arts Fall 2012 in the construction of websites.Required Computer Courses (5) No. Course Page56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks 61/Fall 2012 Prerequisites (as needed)58123 Dreamweaver: Advanced Fall 2012 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics 51/55/5558201 Principles of Accessible Web Design Fall 2012 52181 Access: Beginning 5358221 Content Management Systems for Websites 66 Required Courses (12)58401 Web Programming: Basics 66 58111 Beginning (X)HTML 65Design Concentration (choose 3) 58112/5 (X)HTML: Intermediate OR HTML 5 65/6556312 Photoshop: Intermediate 61 58117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets 6556326 Photoshop for the Web Spring 2013 58201 Principles of Accessible Web Design Fall 201257112 Flash: Intermediate 63 58221 Content Management Systems for Websites 6658128 Using Dreamweaver and 58231 WordPress: Beginning Fall 2012 Flash Together Spring 2013 58401 Web Programming Basics 66 58411 JavaScript: Beginning Fall 2012Development Concentration (choose 3) 58870N XML Essentials (online) 6758411 JavaScript: Beginning Fall 2012 59411 Web Programming with PHP and MySQL 6658112/5 (X)HTML: Intermediate OR HTML 5 65/65 59412 Web Programming with PHP and MySQL:59411 Web Programming with PHP and MySQL 66 Intermediate Fall 201258231 WordPress: Beginning Fall 2012 65011 Relational Database Design Fundamentals 6858207 Green Web Design with Online Forms 66 Electives (choose 2)Electives (1 or more) 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 61Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999) for a total 57111 Flash: Beginning 63of 8-16 hours 58121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 66 58207 Green Web Design with Online Forms 66 59441 Ruby on Rails: Beginning 67Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 29
  • 31. Business & Technology Multimedia Multimedia Certificates: Print, Web, Video Computer Elective (choose 1) 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 61 The Multimedia certificates focus on professional 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction Fall 2012 design and production for print and electronic media 58117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets 65 including websites, CDs, DVDs, self-running presenta- tions, as well as brochures, newsletters, ads, letterhead, Print/Web Concentration (3) etc. Choose a print/web or web/video production 56121/6 InDesign: Beginning 60/Fall 2012 concentration or a combination. Level I provides 56122 InDesign: Intermediate 61 information and skills towards entry-level employment. 56185 Digital Prepress Spring 2013 Level II provides advanced training for employment. Web/Video Production Concentration (3) You may work on Levels I and II consecutively or 55911 Digital Videography: An Introduction 60Multimedia concurrently. 57311 Premiere: Beginning AND 63 57312 Premiere: Intermediate OR Fall 2012 Multimedia Certificate, Level I 57322/911 Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate No. Course Page OR FCP 101 63/64 Required Design Courses (4) 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 56 Multimedia Certificate, Level II 55102/232/322/32 History of Graphic Design, No. Course Page Animation, Photography, or Prerequisites (as needed) Filmmaking Multimedia Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or Spring 2013/Fall 2013/Fall 2012/Fall 2012 equivalent experience 55103 Typography Fall 2012 55125 Designing for the Web 57 Required Design Courses (choose 2) 55108 Symbols: Introduction to Visual Literacy Fall 2012 Design Elective (choose 1) 55202 Illustration Fundamentals Fall 2012 55105 2D Design Spring 2013 55221/6392 Color Theory Spring 2013/62 55201 Drawing Basics for Graphics Fall 2012 55231 Storyboarding 57 Design and Related Electives (choose 2) Any 2 or more Graphic Design, Business, Digital Photography Required Business Courses (2) or Digital Videography (55000-55999) courses for a total of 55604 Writing Creative Copy for 16-32 hours Print and Web Media Fall 2012 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 57 Required Business Course (choose 1) 55620 Website Marketing and Search Engine Computer Prerequisite (as needed) Optimization Fall 2012 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics 51/55/55 55622 Marketing and Self Promotion Required Computer Courses (10) for Digital Artists Spring 2013 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 60 55623 Marketing with Social Media 57 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 61 55624 Starting a Digital Arts Business Fall 2012 56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning 55627 Portfolios for Photographers OR Fireworks 61/Fall 2012 and Designers Spring 2013 56391 Color Management and Calibration Fall 2012 55635 The Basics of Media Producing Spring 2013 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 62 Required Independent Study (1) 57111 Flash: Beginning 63 55701 Independent Study in Digital Arts Fall 2012 58101 Creating and Maintaining a Website 65 58111 (X)HTML: Beginning 65 58121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 66 58122 Dreamweaver: Intermediate 66 We can design custom courses exclusively for the Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective needs of your business or organization. Contact our Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor customtraining@dce.unm.edu for more of your choice are available in Macintosh and information. Digital Arts topics if you have attended a six-hour or longer class in the same topic. Contact Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 to schedule a day and time that is convenient for you. $199. 30 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 32. Business & TechnologyRequired Computer Courses (choose 5) Print/Web Concentration (3)56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning 56123 InDesign: Advanced Spring 2013 OR Fireworks 61/Fall 2012 56212 Illustrator: Intermediate 6156312 Photoshop: Intermediate 61 56312/27 Photoshop: Intermediate56326 Photoshop for the Web Spring 2013 OR for Print 61/Fall 201257112 Flash: Intermediate 63 Web/Video Production Concentration (3)58123 Dreamweaver: Advanced Fall 2012 57913 FCP 300: Final Cut Pro Advanced Editing 6458201 Principles of Accessible Web Design Fall 2012 57411/31/951 After Effects OR Motion58401 Web Programming: Basics 66 Fall 2012/Spring 2013/Spring 201358207 Green Web Design with Online Forms 66 57611/981 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR Logic 101 63/64 Electives (1 or more) Digital Photography Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-58999) for a total If you are working toward a certificate and of 8-16 hours cannot find the class you need, call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 for advisement.Digital PhotographyDigital Photography Certificates Digital Photography Certificate, Level IThe Digital Photography certificates offer professional No. Course Pagetraining in creating effective photographs, editing and Camera Prerequisites (as needed)manipulating digital photographic compositions, and 55807 Choosing the Right Digital Camera 58developing photographic portfolios. Digital photogra- 55808 Getting Started with Your Digital Camera 59phy may be used in web design, multimedia, filmmak-ing, as a fine art medium or in commercial photogra- Required Photography Courses (5)phy. Level I provides information and skills towards 55322 History of Photography Fall 2012entry-level employment. Level II provides advanced 55801/3 Photography with a Digital Camera 58/58training for employment. You may work on Levels I 55804 Photography Composition 58and II consecutively or concurrently. Note: A digital 55810/24 Using Natural Light OR Nature andcamera is required for these certificates. Landscape Photography 59/Fall 2012 55821/3 Photography with a Digital Camera II OR Digital SLR Techniques 59/59 Required Business Course (1) 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 57 Computer Prerequisite (as needed) 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics 51/55/55 Required Computer Courses (5) 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 60 56105 Scanning and Digitizing Photos: Basics 60 56311/31 Photoshop OR Elements: Beginning 61/62 56312/32 Photoshop OR Elements: Intermediate 61/62 56391 Color Management and Calibration Fall 2012 Required Photo Organizing Course (choose 1) 51115 Organize Your Files and Photos 51 54303 iPhoto: Beginning 56 56361 Lightroom: Beginning Fall 2012 Electives (1 or more) “ The instructor engages with each and every student in a relevant way. ” Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999) for a total of 8-16 hours —Digital Arts StudentRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 31
  • 33. Business & Technology Digital Photography Certificate, Level II Digital Photography Basics Certificate No. Course Page The Digital Arts Basics certificates are designed for the Prerequisites (as needed) small business owner, office employee or anyone who Digital Photography Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or wants to learn the basics of digital arts used in design, equivalent experience marketing and multimedia and needs just the essentials to get started quickly. Get started with the basics in Required Design and Photography Courses (3) Graphic Design, Web Design, Digital Photography or 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 56 all three. These courses also apply to the Level I 55822 Professional Lighting Techniques Fall 2012 certificates. 55828 Creating Depth in Digital Photography 59 No. Course Page Photography Electives (choose 4) Prerequisites (as needed) 55810/24 Using Natural Light OR Nature and 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics 51/55/55Digital Photography Landscape Photography 59/Fall 2012 55807 Choosing the Right Digital Camera 58 55821/3 Photography with a Digital Camera II 55808 Getting Started with Your Digital Camera 59 OR Digital SLR Techniques 59/59 55825 Photographing People in Digital Fall 2012 Required Courses (7) 55827 Digital Wedding Photography Spring 2013 55801/3 Photography with a Digital Camera 58/58 55830 Digital Black and White Photography Fall 2012 55804 Photography Composition 58 55831 Architectural Photography Spring 2013 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 60 55832 Sports and Action Photography Spring 2013 56105 Scanning and Digitizing Photos: Basics 60 55834 High Dynamic Range Photography Spring 2013 56311/31 Photoshop OR Elements: Beginning 61/62 55836 Video Recording with your Digital Camera Fall 2012 56312/32 Photoshop OR Elements: Intermediate 61/62 55911 Digital Videography: An Introduction 60 56391 Color Management and Calibration Fall 2012 OR any other Digital Photography Required Photo Organizing Course (choose 1) (55800-55899) course 51115 Organize Your Files and Photos 51 Required Business Course (choose 1) 54303 iPhoto: Beginning 56 55622 Marketing and Self Promotion 56361 Lightroom: Beginning Fall 2012 for Digital Artists Spring 2013 55623 Marketing with Social Media 57 55624 Starting a Digital Arts Business Fall 2012 55627 Portfolios for Photographers and Designers Spring 2013 Required Independent Study (1) Use Your 55701 Independent Study in Digital Arts Fall 2012 Photography Skills on a Required Computer Courses (2) Story of New Mexico 56313 Photoshop: Advanced Fall 2012 Trip or Tour 56392 Color Theory in Digital Media Summer 2012 Electives (1 or more) Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-58999) for a total of 8-16 hours Photography opportunities abound with Story of New Mexico’s tours. Join the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo tour for the elephant class in Colorado Springs, or get some shots at the Santa Fe Rail Yard Tour. See page 74 or dce.unm.edu for additional destinations! 32 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 34. Business & TechnologyDigital FilmmakingDigital Filmmaking Certificates Required Business Courses (2) 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 57The Digital Filmmaking certificates offer professional 55635 The Basics of Media Producing Spring 2013training in digital filmmaking including videography,video and audio editing, motion graphics, television Computer Prerequisite (as needed)production and demo reels. Learn the skills necessary 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basicsfor professional video projects, film shorts, broadcast- 51/55/55ing or innovative filmmaking. Choose a video or Required Computer Courses (9)motion graphics concentration or a combination. 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 60Level I provides information and skills towards entry- 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 61level employment. Level II provides advanced training 56312 Photoshop: Intermediate 62 Digital Filmmaking /Music Productionfor employment. You may work on Levels I and II 56325 Photoshop for Video Fall 2012consecutively or concurrently. Note: A digital video 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 62camera and tripod are required for some classes in 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction Fall 2012these certificates. 57311/22/911 Premiere: Beginning OR Final Cut Pro: Beginning-IntermediateDigital Filmmaking Certificate, Level I OR FCP 101 63/63/64No. Course Page 57312/22/911 Premiere: Intermediate OR Final Cut Pro: Beginning-IntermediateRequired Videography and Related Courses (6) OR FCP 101 Fall 2012/63/6455231 Storyboarding 57 57411/31/951 After Effects OR Motion55232/322/32 History of Animation, Fall 2012/Spring 2013/Spring 2013 Photography, or Filmmaking Fall 2013/Fall 2012/Fall 2012 Digital Filmmaking Certificate, Level II55804 Photography Composition 5855911 Digital Videography: An Introduction 60 No. Course Page55921/42 Documentary Videography OR Prerequisites (as needed) Community Media Studio Production Digital Filmmaking Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or Spring 2013/60 equivalent experience55931 Cinematography Basics: Lights, For information on advanced curriculum in Digital Camera, Action! Fall 2012 Filmmaking, contact the program supervisor.Music ProductionMusic Production Certificate Required Courses (4) 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction Fall 2012Enter the world of modern music production with 57611/981 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate ORdigital recording, editing and mixing techniques. Put Logic 101: An Introductiontogether a collection of virtual instruments to be to Logic Pro 63/64played live or used with other software. Discover 57641 Reason: Software with a Beat Fall 2012dynamite production solutions for music bed, sound- 57691 Music Promotion and Distribution Fall 2012track, hip hop, rhythm and blues, rock, electronicmusic creation and more. Advanced Music Production CertificateNo. Course Page No. Course PagePrerequisites (as needed) Prerequisites (as needed)51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics Music Production courses, as needed, or equivalent experience 51/55/55 Required Course (1) 57983 Logic 301: Advanced Music Production Fall 2012Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 33
  • 35. Apple Creative Professional Certifications Business and Technology Business & Technology Apple Creative Professional Certifications Apple Authorized Training Center Apple Certified Pro: Motion Level One UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple No. Course Page Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. We offer Apple Training for certification in Final Cut Pro and Prerequisites (as needed) Logic Pro, Apple’s premiere video editing and music 54101/11 Macintosh: Operating System: Basics 55/55 production software. We administer exams for all OR basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X Apple Certifications, including all Creative Professional 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 62 Applications, iLife and iWork, and Mac OS X exams. OR basic knowledge of editing and motion graphics terminology Apple Certified Pro Required Course (1) Differentiate yourself to employers and prospective 57951 Motion 101: Introduction to Motion Spring 2013 clients as an Apple Certified Pro, and gain a competi- Suggested Exam Prep (as needed) tive edge in the ever-changing job market. Apple certi- 57699 Tutorial Elective for exam prep 64 fication programs create a benchmark for assessing users’ proficiency in Apple’s professional applications. Required Exam (1) Level One certification attests to basic operational 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 64 knowledge of the application. Level Two demonstrates knowledge of advanced features and a deeper under- Apple Certified Pro: Logic Pro Level One standing of the application. No. Course Page Apple Certified Pro: Final Cut Pro Level One Prerequisites (as needed) 54101/11 Macintosh Operating System: Basics 55/55 No. Course Page OR basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X Prerequisites (as needed) 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction Fall 2012 54101/11 Macintosh: Operating System: Basics 55/55 OR basic knowledge of audio terminology OR basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X Required Course (1) 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 61 57611/981 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR 63/64 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 62 Logic 101: An Introduction to Logic Pro OR basic knowledge of editing terminology Suggested Exam Prep (as needed) Required Course (1) 57699 Tutorial Elective for exam prep 64 57322/911 Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR FCP 101: Introduction Required Exam (1) to Final Cut Pro 63/64 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 64 Suggested Exam Prep (as needed) Apple Certified Pro: Logic Pro Level Two 57799 Tutorial Elective for exam prep 64 Exam Prep Guide and Practice Exam (see Apple’s website) No. Course Page Required Exam (1) Prerequisite 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 64 Level One Logic Pro End User certification Required Course (1) Apple Certified Pro: Final Cut Pro Level Two 57983 Logic 301: Advanced Music Production No. Course Page in Logic Pro Fall 2012 Prerequisite Suggested Exam Prep (as needed) Level One Final Cut Pro End User certification 57799 Tutorial Elective for exam prep 64 Required Course (1) Required Exam (1) 57913 FCP 300: Final Cut Pro Advanced Editing Fall 2012 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 64 Suggested Exam Prep (as needed) 57799 Tutorial Elective for exam prep 64 Required Exam (1) 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 64 UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. For more information on certifications and exams, call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037. 34 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 36. Business & TechnologyAnimation & Motion GraphicsAnimation and Motion Graphics Certificates Required Computer Courses (10) 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 60The Animation and Motion Graphics certificates offer 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 61professional training for moving graphics including 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 61character design, 2D and 3D animation, video editing 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 62and visual effects. Learn the art and design skills neces- 57111 Flash: Beginning 63sary for professional moving graphics, including those 57112 Flash: Intermediate 63for digital filmmaking, the Web, game design, and 57115 Cartoon Animation with Flash Fall 2012other modeling and animation careers. Level I pro- 57411/31/951 After Effects OR Motionvides information and skills towards entry-level Fall 2012/Spring 2013/Spring 2013employment. Level II provides advanced training for 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction Fall 2012 Animation & Motion Graphicsemployment. You may work on Levels I and II consec- 57311/22/911 Premiere: Beginningutively or concurrently. OR Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR FCP 101 63/63/64Animation and Motion Graphics, Level INo. Course Page Animation and Motion Graphics, Level IIRequired Design Courses (4) No. Course Page55201 Drawing Basics for Graphics Fall 2012 Prerequisites (as needed)55202 Illustration Fundamentals Fall 2012 Animation and Motion Graphics Certificate Level I courses, as55231 Storyboarding 57 needed, or equivalent experience55232/332 History of Animation For information on advanced curriculum in Animation and OR Filmmaking Fall 2013/Fall 2012 Motion Graphics, contact the program supervisor.Required Business Courses (1)55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 57 To ensure enrollment in a class, we recommend thatComputer Prerequisite (as needed) you register at least one week in advance of the51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics 51/55/55 class start date. Apple Creative Professional Training Gain a competitive edge in the ever-changing job market and advance your professional creative career. UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. We offer Apple training for certification in Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro, Apple’s premiere video editing and music production software. We also administer exams for all Apple Certifications, including all Pro Apps, iLife and iWork, and Mac OS X exams. See pages 34 and 64 for details. Call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 or email digitalarts@dce.unm.edu for more information or free advisement.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 35
  • 37. CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineering Business and Technology Business & Technology IT Professional Information Technology certifications continue to increase in value. Employers are demanding a concrete method of assessing the knowledge, skills and abilities of potential employees. A certification demonstrates that you have met the international standard of the relevant certifying body. In addition to the certification content listed here, check our website at dce.unm.edu for online certification courses. For more information, contact the Program Supervisor at itpro@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6033. CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineering Learn the skills in-demand for supporting and manag- Server Technician ing today’s complex computer networks. Computer technicians support local area networks, workstations, Server+ Certification switches, printers and peripherals. These positions CompTIA Server+ certification, an international indus- require a broad knowledge of network integration, try credential, validates the knowledge of individuals network interoperability, communication technologies, with 18-24 months of experience with Industry network protocols and security. Get prepared for cur- Standard Server Architecture (ISSA) technology. rent job opportunities as well as new career options in Professionals who want to certify their advanced tech- network administration and engineering. nical knowledge in areas such as RAID, SCSI, and A testing voucher is included with each of the multiple CPUs should consider this certification. CompTIA certification courses. Upon completion of No. Course Page each course, place your voucher request by contacting Prerequisites Nanette Bowring at nbowring@dce.unm.edu. A+ certification Network+ certification Network Technician Required Course A+ Certification 63201 Server Administration Concepts (Server +) Fall 2012 CompTIA A+ certification gives you training and experience in the building, maintenance and repair of Linux Technician personal computers. A+ validates the latest skills need- Linux+ Certification ed from today’s computer support professionals. The The Linux+ Certification proves technical competency A+ credential requires two tests. and a broad awareness of Linux operating systems. No. Course Page Those holding Linux+ certification demonstrate critical Required Courses knowledge of installation, operation, administration, 63131 Essentials of Hardware and and troubleshooting services. Software Operating Systems 67 No. Course Page 63134 Hardware Repair and Troubleshooting 67 Prerequisites A+ certification Network+ Certification Network+ certification or two years of Linux administration Successful Network+ candidates possess the knowledge experience. to configure and install network hardware, and to Required Courses deploy, configure and support software using different 64101 Linux Fundamentals Fall 2012 network topologies, services, and protocols. 64102 Supporting Linux Workstations Fall 2012 No. Course Page Prerequisite Watch for our newest Linux courses beginning Fall A+ certification or two years of networking experience. 2012, including an intro to Linux Desktop, Required Course Virtualization, Virtualization with VMware ESXi and 63312 Network Support (Network+) 68 Virtual Desktop Infrastructure. For early registration information, email the Senior Program Manager at sherrytc@unm.edu. Financial Aid and Loans may be available for many of our courses and certificate programs and certifica- tions. For more information, contact your Program Supervisor, see page 166 or visit our website at dce.unm.edu/loans-financial-aid.htm 36 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 38. Business & TechnologySecurity Specialist Security+ Certification No. Course PageSecurity+ validates your security management skills. PrerequisitesThe exam covers industry-wide topics including com- A+ certificationmunication security, infrastructure security, cryptogra- Network+ certification or three years of technical networkingphy, access control, authentication, external attack, and experience with emphasis on security.operational and organization security. This certification Required Courseis recommended for senior technicians with two or 63511 Security+ Fall 2012more years of experience. CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineering Custom The courses in these program areas are eligible for IT courses and IT consultation UNM employee tuition remission. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/tuition-remission.htm. Fax your If your business has a need for customized train- completed forms to 505-277-1990. For help, call ing specifically for a group of employees in desk- 505-277-0077 or see our staff listing on page 4. top support, programming, IT security, systems engineering, ITIL, GIS or other IT course topic, our Online Professional Courses 7 Custom Training Program can provide these cours- Custom Training 8 es at your site or at ours. We also provide expert IT Leadership, Management and Supervision 40 consultation for businesses. Contact the UNM Leadership & Management Tools 41 Continuing Education Custom Training Program at Professional Communications 42 277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu Employment and Career Development 45 Business and Professional Careers 46 Health & Community Action Development 46 Desktop Computing 52 Digital Arts 56 UNM employees, you may use your Tuition IT Professions 67 Remission benefit for all Business & Technology cours- Health & Fitness 91 es. For complete Tuition Remission policy information, please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 37
  • 39. Microsoft Professional and Oracle Online/ITIL Certification Business and Technology Business & Technology Microsoft Professional and Oracle Online We offer Microsoft and Oracle professional courses Professionals such as database administrators, develop- online! Visit dce.unm.edu and choose “online courses” ers, and others planning to take the Oracle Application near the top of the home page. For more information Server 10g certification exams will find our online contact the Program Supervisor at 505-277-6033, or courses a great way to prepare study and refresh for itpro@dce.unm.edu. the exams. Experience with Linux operating systems; some experience in Internet based application adminis- Microsoft professionals such as network administrators, tration; a good understanding of Oracle Application system administrators, and other IT professionals using Server components and concepts are required prior to Microsoft’s Windows Server 2008 will find online registering for online Oracle course. courses convenient and helpful in exercising their existing knowledge and learning the new. Experience Take a look at our online Oracle classes on our website in implementing and administering Windows network at dce.unm.edu. operating systems; familiarity with network services and applications is required prior to registering for a Microsoft Professional online course. Take a look at our Microsoft courses on page 52. ITIL Certification Information Technology Infrastructure Library Certification. For more information visit the ITIL (ITIL) Certification website at http://www.itil-officialsite.com/ home/home.aspx. For schedule and availability con- ITIL training is essential for IT professionals who want tact the Program Supervisor at itpro@dce.unm.edu or to help their organization use IT to provide continu- 505-277-6033. ous service management and improvement. This method of IT support can improve IT service and pro- No. Course Page ductivity while reducing costs. Required Course Gain a basic understanding of the ITIL framework and 67955 V3 ITIL® Foundation Certification Fall 2012 how it may be used to enhance the quality of IT serv- ice management within your organization. This three day course concludes with the ITIL certification exam. This highly interactive course includes a practical blend of instruction, Q&A, case studies, and sample exams to maximize adult learning and practical application. Instruction is delivered by an ITIL Accredited Training Organization, Propoint Solutions whose EXIN Accredited Trainers (ATs) hold the ITIL Expert Certification and the ISO/IEC 20000 Consultant 38 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 40. Business & TechnologyAutoCAD with 3D Modeling CertificateAutoCAD Courses Register and complete any of our AutoCAD classesComputer Assisted Drafting (CAD) proficiency is and receive access to the AutoCAD student versionrequired for architects and other professionals who use for three years. The student version contains thecomputer drafting and drawing techniques. Learn same AutoCAD software as the $4000 version, butAutoCAD from expert local practitioners. The is to be used for student practice and projects only.AutoCAD certificate program is appropriate for both Access information is given the first day of class.AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT users. For more informa-tion contact the Program Supervisor atitpro@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6033. AutoCAD/Geographic Information Systems (GIS)No. Course PageRequired Courses69111 AutoCAD/AutoCAD Lite: Beginning 6869112 AutoCAD/AutoCAD Lite: Intermediate 6869113 AutoCAD/AutoCAD Lite: Advanced 6869115 3D Modeling with AutoCAD Fall 2012Elective Course (Choose 0-1)69116 Introducation to Sketch-Up Fall 2012Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Analyst Certificate Is GIS right for you? Check out the many occupa- No. Course Page tions that use GIS as an essential tool for data Required Courses analysis, marketing, and cost containment. 69304 Basic Cartography Fall 2012 http://gis.com/content/who-uses-gis. Our instructors 69305 Introduction to Geographic are experts who use GIS in their daily work. Information Systems Fall 2012 69311 ArcGIS Desktop: Tools and Functionality® Fall 2012Learn how to use Geographic Information Systems to 69312 Project Management forhelp identify solutions to complex, real world chal- GIS Professionals Fall 2012lenges. GIS provides tools to analyze any comprehen- 69313 Advanced GIS Fall 2012sive set of data tied to location information. More and Elective Courses (Choose 0-5)more businesses are turning to GIS to address their 69116 Introducation to Sketch-Up Fall 2012needs for data collection and to make more informed 52181 Access: Beginning 53decisions. For more information contact the Program 52182 Access: Intermediate 53Supervisor at itpro@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6033. 52183 Access: Advanced 53 65011 Access: Relational Database Design Fundamentals 68 Watch for our new advanced GIS courses and certificate coming in Fall 2012. Custom IT courses and IT consultation If your business has a need for customized training specifically for a group of employees in desktop support, programming, systems engineering, GIS or other IT course topics, our Custom Training Program can provide these courses at your site or at ours. We also provide expert IT consultation for businesses. Contact the UNM Continuing Education Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu for more information.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 39
  • 41. This section contains individual course descriptions, dates and times. Please refer to the section beginning on page 11 for program information and guidelines for both UNM certificates and industry-sponsored certifications. For online course information, see page 7 or visit our website. You can also check the website for new course sections that may be established after catalog publication. Business and Technology Business & Technology UNM employees, you may use your Tuition Remission benefit for all Business & Technology courses. For complete Tuition Remission policy information, please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. Professional Leadership, Management and Supervision Online Development & Skills SkillSoft self-study classes include: 20525N Workplace Ethics $99 Leadership, Management and 20526N Business Ethics for Managers $99 20527N Understanding Organizational Ethics $99 SupervisionLeadership, Management and Supervision 20530N Moving From Management to Leadership $189 UNM Employees, you may use your tuition 20531N Succession Planning for remission benefit for the courses listed in this Business Environments $399 subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/tuition- 21349N Emotional Intelligence remission.htm. Fax your completed forms to 505- in the Workplace $199 277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 see our staff listing on page 4. Managing Time Productively and Human Resources Management Online Delegating for Results SkillSoft self-study classes include: Learn how to create goals that lead to greater produc- 20989N Managing Diversity tivity. Set priorities and stick to them. Manage conflict- in the Workplace $149 ing role demands. Free up time by delegating tasks 20990N HRCI Professional in correctly. Overcome the “I’d rather do it myself” syn- Human Resources (PHR) $899 drome. Set specific goals for the long, intermediate, 20991N HRCI Senior Professional and short terms. Eliminate time wasters. Build daily in Human Resources (SPHR) $899 plans that move you toward your goals, while allowing 20992N Effective Hiring and Interviewing $299 flexibility. 20994N Recruiting and Retention Strategies $399 Course: 20518 $169 For: 6 hours Section A: Jun 18-25 M 5:30pm-8:30pm Nancy Greiff, PhD Government University UNM Continuing Education can create courses and programs specifically designed to meet state or federal training requirements. These include PMI certification, Lean Government, and Leadership programs. Please contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu 40 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 42. One Page ProjectLeadership & Planning and Execution This fast paced course looks at planning and executingManagement Tools a project using One Page. You will learn to embed the key elements required to represent projects in a “one page view.” When executing projects you will under-Project Management stand how to differentiate the planning and controlling elements needed to run and manage a project. Real UNM Employees, you may use your tuition case studies are provided so that you can practice this remission benefit for the courses listed in this powerful technique. Best uses for the “one page” and subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ integration with tools such as MS Project are discussed. tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms Course: 21021 $199 For: 6.5 hours to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Section A: Jul 6 F 9:00am-4:00pm Business & Technology see our staff listing on page 4. Jane Betterton, BSChe, OPM3 Certified Professional As an official Project Management Institute instruc- One Page Annual tion provider, UNM Continuing Education provides Planning and Execution the tools to manage projects successfully. There are five key questions to answer in planning and Understand the tools and skills to manage a project. executing effectively for any department, project or Identify the deliverables, stakeholders, systems and company. This course provides a road map for partici- processes that can improve your outcomes. Then pants to concisely create a One Page Plan that spans prepare for certification through our exam prep annual goals for 1-3+ years. course, a proven path to exam success. Course: 21023 $199 For: 6.5 hours Section A: Jun 29 F 9:00am-4:00pmApplying Project Management for Effective Teams Keri Stewart Project ManagementMaster the complex and challenging organizationalprocess of project interaction and support. Learn to MS Project Module 1: Project Plan Definitionnavigate using project management to balance Use Microsoft Project as your Project Managementresources within the organization. Learn to treat seg- Information System (PMIS). Learn how to outline andments of work as mini-projects, and understand how build a specific project plan step-by-step, incorporatingto use project management techniques to communi- complex relationships between tasks and resources.cate developments clearly. This approach facilitates a Design a Work Breakdown Structure to ensure com-process whereby customers actively participate in plan- pletion of the project, set realistic schedules, makening and decision-making. accurate estimates, and manage the expectations ofCourse: 21000 $449 For: 15 hours customers. Prerequisite: 51101 or 51111 or equiva-Section A: Jun 18-22 MTWThF 9:30am-12:30pm lent experience.Jane Betterton, BSChe, OPM3 Certified Professional Course: 21025 $269 For: 8 hours Section A: Jul 10-12 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pmOne Page Note: 2010 Version.Communication Planning Mary ByrdCommunication is key to planning and execution suc-cess in organizations. In this course, participants will MS Project Module 2: Budgeting and Trackingdevelop a one-page Communication Plan to identify Track the use of resources and materials accurately,successful communication strategies. and assure the success of any project! Learn to fine-Course: 21018 $199 For: 6.5 hours tune schedule and cost estimates with resources usingSection A: Jul 20 F 9:00am-4:00pm MS Project. Explore trade-off analysis between cost,Wanda Umber time and scope. Implement a tracking system for reporting project progress. Prerequisite: 21025 orOne Page Team Building and prior approval from instructor.Maintaining High Performance Course: 21030 $269 For: 8 hoursHigh performing teams require advanced and adapt- Section A: Jul 24-26 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pmable facilitation skills of the team lead. In this course, Note: 2010 Version.participants will be provided with one page team Mary Byrdbuilding framework and a team performance model todevelop an integrated approach for their organization.Course: 21019 $199 For: 6.5 hours Register for the four One Page courses as a seriesSection A: Jul 13 F 9:00am-4:00pm and pay the series price: $649. Course numbersJane Betterton, BSChe, OPM3 Certified Professional 21018, 21019, 21021 and 21023.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 41
  • 43. MS Project: Team Communication and Professional Communications Productivity Learn to develop a comprehensive project manage- UNM Employees, you may use your tuition ment information system infrastructure and design remission benefit for the courses listed in this advanced reports to meet project communication subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ requirements. Create and manage custom fields, tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms reports and calendars. Develop and use a shared to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 resource pool and project templates. Prepare project see our staff listing on page 4. information to publish online. Share project informa- tion with other software. Review system requirements The Five Most Important Writing Strategies for workgroup collaboration and various add-on prod- Writing quality affects your professional and personal ucts. Prerequisite: 21030. success, whether you’re writing business documents, Course: 21041 $269 For: 8 hours academic papers, or novels. But what is quality writ-Business & Technology Section A: Aug 7-9 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm ing? In this course, you will learn to use the five most Note: 2010 Version. important strategies for effective writing. The instruc- Mary Byrd tor has 20+ years of experience with writing and edit- ing, and he will share his most important, most power- ful strategies with you. If you master these five strate- Project Management Online gies, your writing will significantly improve. SkillSoft self-study classes include: Course: 22027 $79 For: 2 hours Section A: Jul 19 Th 10:00am-12:00pm 21026N Microsoft Office 2010: Beginning Project $299 David Bowman 21027N Microsoft Office 2010: Learn to Use Commas Correctly Advanced Project $229 Do commas confuse you? Commas are the most mis-Professional Communications used punctuation mark, but they have the greatest effect on writing clarity and professionalism. Misused Negotiation and Conflict Resolution courses have commas can confuse the reader and change the mean- moved to page 23 as part of our new area of ing of your sentences. Correctly used commas help the Community Engagement courses. You’ll also find reader understand what you mean. In this 2-hour them included in the Intermediate Supervisory Skills course, we’ll look at the major uses, and misuses, of Certificate on page 12. Same great instructors, same commas. certificate programs, in a new home. Conflict Course: 22028 $79 For: 2 hours Resolution/Mediation, Grant writing and Volunteer/ Section A: Jul 17 T 1:00pm-3:00pm Non-profit management). For more information David Bowman contact Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor, at lnalin@unm.edu or 505-277-6025, or visit For additional writing classes, go to page 89 in the dce.unm.edu. Reading & Writing section of Growth & Enrichment. The courses in these program areas are eligible for Custom Project Management Classes UNM employee tuition remission. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/tuition-remission.htm. Fax your Your business or department may want to take customized completed forms to 505-277-1990. For help, call Project Management classes as a group to learn the 505-277-0077 or see our staff listing on page 4. processes together, and then develop a unique project plan for your business. Also, PMI Exam Prep courses are offered Online Professional Courses 7 to businesses. Please contact the UNMCE Custom Training Custom Training 8 Program at 505-277-6034 or email Leadership, Management and Supervision 40 customtraining@dce.unm.edu Leadership & Management Tools 41 Professional Communications 42 Employment and Career Development 45 Early enrollment options are available for many of Business and Professional Careers 46 our courses. For course listings in addition to those Health & Community Action Development 46 in the current semester, contact your program super- Desktop Computing 52 visor or visit our website at dce.unm.edu. Digital Arts 56 IT Professions 67 Health & Fitness 91 42 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 44. The Essentials of Writing Mechanics Instruction andGrammar is not scary—or boring! Punctuation is notimpossible. Correct grammar, punctuation, and usage Facilitation Trainingare essential for communicating clearly and profession-ally. This interactive course will strengthen your usage UNM Employees, you may use your tuitionof writing mechanics to give your writing a profession- remission benefit for the courses listed in thisal touch. Taught by an editor with 20+ years of writ- subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ing and editing experience. Participants will receive a tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed formscopy of the Precise Edit Training Manual. to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077Course: 22031 $159 For: 4 hours see our staff listing on page 4.Section A: Jun 7 Th 8:00am-12:00pm Our courses can help you lead a better meeting,Section B: Aug 9 Th 8:00am-12:00pm develop more effective communication tools, or ana-David Bowman lyze the training needs of your organization. Business & Technology Our partnership with ASTD (American Society forProfessional Writing Power Training and Development) will offer professionalGood writing is always important. Learn professional support in this growing career field.techniques to communicate effectively in writing.Learn to write what you mean in clear, direct, and Early Enrollment Optionwell-organized language. The result is good communi- Some future course offerings in this program arecation and improved professional credibility. Taught by now open for registration. Visit dce.unm.edu oran editor with 20+ years of writing and editing experi- contact Angela Pacheco at delong@unm.edu orence. Participants will receive a copy of the Precise EditTraining Manual. 505-277-3975 for scheduled dates and times.Course: 22032 $159 For: 4 hours Facilitating Adult LearningSection A: Jun 7 Th 1:00pm-5:00pm Instruction and Facilitation Training Discover how to facilitate learning in the workplace orSection B: Aug 9 Th 1:00pm-5:00pm classroom. Explore adult learning theory, learningDavid Bowman styles, and the unique characteristics of adult learners. View adult learners both as a collective group and as Customer Service Online individuals with diverse needs. This course emphasizes SkillSoft self-study classes include: the practical, and summarizes the theoretical. It is 22011N Telephone Skills for helpful to anyone teaching or training adults in formal Business Professionals $99 or informal settings. Prerequisite: None. 22251N The Customer Service Course: 23000 $359 For: 15 hours Representative (CSR) $99 Section A: Jun 13-Jul 18 W 5:30pm-8:30pm 22281N How to Excel at Customer Service $399 Crista Benavidez 22282N Measuring Customer Satisfaction $299 Introduction to Online Instruction 22283N Internal Customer Service $299 22284N Managing a Customer-Focused Explore the fundamentals of online education. Understand the differences between face-to-face, Department $349 hybrid, and fully-online learning environments and the strengths and limitations of each. Develop course mate- rials and activities geared toward creating successful online learners. Discover strategies used to engage online learners and establish social presence. Recognize Create your own the role of an outstanding online instructor and what is Custom Leadership University required to effectively teach in an online environment. Course: 23041 $299 For: 12 hours UNM Continuing Education can create a Section A: Jun 18-27 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm Leadership University for businesses who want to Angela Pacheco, MA improve the supervisory, management, or leader- ship skills of their employees. Our custom training staff will help you create a unique program that will take your organization’s leadership to a higher level of effectiveness while improving your organization’s Please note that our primary means of communica- business results. Contact the UNMCE Custom tion with students regarding classes is through email. Training Program at 277-6034 or email custom- Make sure that your email address is correct when training@dce.unm.edu registering for a class, and check your email 24 hours before your class begins.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 43
  • 45. Exploring Technologies Used in Online Instruction Traffic Safety Education Training Explore some of the technology tools used to create and deliver effective online courses. Familiarize your- Driver Education New Instructor Training self with common platforms including Moodle, This 40-hour course provides instruction strategies for WebCT, and Blackboard. Review the basics of devel- teaching Driver Education in the classroom and oping online courses in these platforms and the behind the wheel. Completion of this training is strengths and limitations of each. Prerequisite: 23041. required in order to be certified to teach Driver Course: 23042 $129 For: 3 hours Education in either private Driver Education schools Section A: Jul 11 W 6:00pm-9:00pm or in public schools. Instructors currently teaching Jane Erlandson classroom curriculum or behind the wheel on a train- ing waiver are required to take this class in order to Basics of Online Course Development continue teaching. Learn about instructional design principles to maxi- Course: 23080 $450 For: 40 hours Business & Technology mize content comprehension in an online environ- Section A: Jul 16-20 MTWThF 8:00am-5:00pm ment. Develop effective learning objectives tailored to Section B: Jul 23-27 MTWThF 8:00am-5:00pm online courses. Incorporate activites and other course Note: This class is only open to new Driver Education content that encourages interaction and enhances stu- Instructors that have been approved for training. dent engagement. Learn how to complete common To verify that you are approved, please contact course development activities such as discussion ses- Yolanda Rodriguez at 505-277-8770 (Private/ sions, uploading assignments, adding video, and oth- ers. Prerequisite: 23042. For-Profit Schools) or Judith Duran at 505-827-0486 (High School Driver Education). Course: 23045 $359 For: 15 hours Section A: Jul 16-30 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm George Carmignani, PhD Ludmila Layne Teaching Techniques This class will help prepare new teachers to createTraffic Safety Education Training Training and Facilitation Online effective classroom environments, presentations, and teaching plans. It is mandatory for the following SkillSoft self-study classes include: instructors (who have not already taken the class): 23028N Presenting Successfully $129 Driver Education Instructors who do not have a teach- 23092N Facilitation Certificate Online $259 ing license (see Rule 18.20.3.18F) Driving Safety Instructors (see Rule 18.20.8.16F; this may be waived with documentation of a teaching certificate). This class is also open to current DWI School Facilitators, Driving Safety and Driver Education Instructors for CEU purposes. However, it may only be used for CE credit every 2 years and cannot be taken every year. Course: 23082 $25 For: 8 hours Section A: Jul 13 F 8:00am-5:00pm Note: This course is ONLY open to current and new We are pleased to announce that the UNM Institute of Traffic Safety Instructors that are licensed and Public Law’s Transportation Safety Law Center has approved to teach Driver Education, Driving Safety, moved to UNM Continuing Education. Instructor train- and DWI School Facilitation for the state of New ing for Driver Education, Driving Safety, and DWI Mexico. For more information on how to become a schools, as well as Ignition Interlock facilities licensing licensed instructor, please contact Angela Pacheco at and monitoring services will now be done here. 505-277-3975. Continuing Education will also provide transportation safety related trainings, educational materials develop- Susan Deese-Roberts, PhD ment, and research. The same outstanding services— just at a new location! 505-277-0077 | dce.unm.edu | 1634 University Blvd. NE 44 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 46. DWI School New Facilitator TrainingThis class will help prepare new facilitators to teach in Employment andDWI Schools. The Facilitator’s role is to provide sup-port by helping the DWI School participants to hon- Career Developmentestly evaluate their drinking and driving behavior andfind ways to make positive changes through the devel- UNM Employees, you may use your tuitionopment of an effective Personal Action Plan. remission benefit for the courses listed in thisCourse: 23084 Free For: 8 hours subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/Section A: Jun 22 F 8:00am-5:00pm tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed formsNote: This course is only open to current and new to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077Traffic Safety Instructors that are licensed and see our staff listing on page 4.approved to teach Driver Education, Driving Safety,and DWI School Facilitation for the state of New WorkSkills Business & TechnologyMexico. For more information on how to become a Develop—or refine—your workplace and interpersonallicensed instructor, please contact Angela Pacheco at skills with this comprehensive, results-focused course.505-277-3975. Improve your ability to speak in a group, discover theWilliam Silva most effective ways to get essential information from your supervisor, learn to resolve conflicts with your co-Traffic Safety Annual Training Conference workers, and train yourself to cope with change in a(Recertification) professional manner. Explore the “ripple effect” ofThis conference introduces various topics related to teamwork, and learn effective ways to balance your lifetraffic safety. It provides 8 hours of Continuing between home and work. Apply five basic principlesEducation Units to satisfy the NM state-mandated that will transform your new skills into a methodologyrequirements for: Private Driver Education Instructors for daily living.Driving Safety Instructors DWI School Facilitators Course: 23105 $599 For: 36 hours Employment and Career DevelopmentThis is mandatory for all Driver Education Instructors Section A: Jun 4-29 MWF 9:00am-12:00pmwhose 3-year (Public School teachers) or 5-year Carol March, MA(Private School teachers) recertification is due (seeRule 18.20.3.17H). Enhance your learning with these online optionsCourse: 23086 $50 For: 8 hours from Gatlin and Ed2Go.Section A: Jun 8 F 8:00am-5:00pmNote: This conference is only open to current Making Age an Asset in Your Job Search $119Traffic Safety Instructors that are licensed and Resume Writing Workshop $119approved to teach Driver Education, Driving Safety, Visit dce.unm.edu/online-courses.htm for courseand DWI School Facilitation for the state of New descriptions and registration informationMexico. For more information on how to become alicensed instructor, please contact Angela Pacheco at505-277-3975. Personal Career Development Online SkillSoft self-study classes include: The Driver Educator Training Programs are now 22016N Obtaining Results from the Boss $69 offered through UNM Continuing Education! If you 21351N Get Your Career on the Fast Track $99 are a Driver Education Instructor, DWI School 21352N Basic Business Skills to Get You Facilitator, or a Driving Safety Instructor, your recertifi- on the Fast Track $99 cation and continuing education courses are now 21353N Communication Skills to available here rather than through the UNM School Fast Ttrack Your Career $99 of Law—Institute of Public Law. For more information 21354N Interpersonal Skills on the Fast Track $99 about these trainings, please contact Angela 21355N The Boss Factor $99 Pacheco, Education Specialist, at delong@unm.edu. 21356N Improving Your Image $99 Want to become a new Driver Education Instructor, 23110N Listening Essentials $169 DWI School Facilitator, or Driving Safety Instructor? 23112N Take Control of Your Time by The new instructor trainings are now also available Working More Effectively $199 through Continuing Education as well! Check out our website at transportation.unm.edu for more informa- tion on how to apply.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 45
  • 47. Business Careers Alternative Energy Careers Online Enhance your learning with these online options from Gatlin. Paralegal HVAC Technician $3095 UNM Employees, you may use your tuition LEAN Mastery $1695 remission benefit for the courses listed in this Visit dce.unm.edu/online-courses.htm for course subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ descriptions and registration information tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 see our staff listing on page 4. Health and Business & Technology Paralegal Certificate Course This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the legal system and basic concepts of paralegalism, Community Action including civil procedure, litigation, evidence, inter- viewing, law office management, ethics, and Court rules and procedures. Students will learn basic library Development and online research, in addition to legal analysis and legal writing skills. Emergency Medical Services Course: 37326 $2199 For: 112 hours UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Section A: Jul 2-Aug 17 MTWThF 9:00am-12:30pm remission benefit for the courses listed in this Anita Traub, J.D. subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed formsParalegal/Emergency Medical Services Paralegal Internship to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 The internship is designed to expand knowledge see our staff listing on page 4. through supervised placements in governmental and other legal settings. The student intern will work under the direct supervision of an attorney or paralegal Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic in a governmental agency or law office as arranged and Receive the training necessary to work in emergency approved by the instructor. Completion of UNM rooms, with ambulance services and for fire services. Continuing Education Paralegal Certificate course This course content will give you the knowledge, skills with a GPA of 3.0 or better and instructor recommen- and abilities to recognize and stabilize patients with dation is required for enrollment in the internship. life-threatening emergencies at the scene and during Course: 37327 $1699 For: 160 hours transport. Upon successful completion of this course Section A: Jun 1-Aug 3 MTWThF 8:00am-5:00pm and prior to employment you must pass the state licensing exam for EMT Basic. This course exceeds the Anita Traub, J.D. National Standards recommendations for the EMT Basic. This course also includes information and train- Business and Marketing Online ing for skills allowed by the New Mexico EMT-Basic SkillSoft self-study classes include: Scope of Practice. For some employment opportuni- 37014N Green Business Strategies: ties, age requirements may apply. All costs for books, materials and needle-stick insurance are included in the Planning & Implementing the tuition for this course. New Model $129 Course: 38080 $699 For: 180 hours 37047N Online Branding Strategy $249 Section A: Jun 4-Aug 2 MWTh 8:30am-4:30pm 37051N Strategic Marketing in Action $359 Note: No class July 4. 37076N Competitive Marketing Strategies $189 37075N Decision-making and Nichole Peters Problem-solving for Business $349 46 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 48. Health Care Careers ICD-10 Coding Beginning October 1, 2013, ICD-10 PCS (Procedure UNM Employees, you may use your tuition coding) will be implemented for all users. ICD-9, remission benefit for the courses listed in this which is in current use, is 30 years old and both our- subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ of-date and inflexible. ICD-10 CM affords more mod- tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms ern terminology but is also a much larger system, con- to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 taining 68,000-plus codes as opposed to 14,000-plus see our staff listing on page 4. codes in ICD-9-CM. Early preparation is key to the success of implementing this new coding system. This course introduces the student to the fundamentals ofMedical Terminology and Human Anatomy ICD-10-CM/PCS coding as well as a comprehensivefor Coders review of ICD-10-CM examples and “hands on” expe-Knowledge of Medical Terminology and Anatomy is rience. Working knowledge of ICD-9 is desired. Business & Technologyessential in any medical setting. This course introduces Prerequisite: Course #38103 ICD-9 (Beginning,the foundations of medical language and human Intermediate, Advanced).anatomy as it applies to medical orders, billers and Course: 38125 $439 For: 15 hoursoffice personnel. Prefixes, suffixes, diagnostic and Section A: Jun 6-Jul 11 W 5:30pm-8:30pmmedical terms will be covered as well as human anato- Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCPmy in illustration form. The overview and discussionof body systems and diseases will be covered. Health Care Chart AuditingRequired text: Medical Terminology: A Word-Building Do your medical records support the coding yourApproach (7th Ed., Paperback) by Jane Rice ISBN: practice submits to payers for reimbursement? There’s978-0132148023. only one way to know—by conducting regular codingCourse: 38104 $769 For: 25 hours audits in which medical record documentation isSection A: Jun 4-Aug 6 M 5:30pm-8:00pm checked against the codes. Auditing is crucial to your Health Care CareersLupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP practice because uncovering noncompliance is the first priority of the Department of Health and HumanMedical Billing and Healthcare Specialist Services Office of Inspector General (OIG) and otherPrepare for a variety of administrative positions in the federal investigators. This course is designed to reviewmedical industry, including Admitting Clerk, Medical the complete audit process, from gathering samples toBiller, Claims Processor and Medical Front Office. reviewing documentation, and concludes with writingLearn third-party payer billing, state and federal rules audit reports. Course materials included in course fee.and regulations, compliance issues, HIPAA, patient Course: 38126 $529 For: 24 hoursrecord keeping, patient registration, and scheduling. Section A: Jun 21-Aug 9 Th 5:30pm-8:30pmReview reimbursement methodologies, fee schedule Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCPreimbursement and charge-master issues, along withan introduction to CPT-4 and ICD-9 coding systems. Medical Transcription EditorCourse materials included in course fee. The Medical Transcription Editor online training pro-Course: 38110 $769 For: 30 hours gram helps students develop the knowledge and skillsSection A: Jun 5-Aug 7 T 5:30pm-8:30pm of quality medical transcriptionists in addition to theLupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP specialized skill set of medical transcription editors. Students focus on keyboarding, medical terminology,HCPCS Codes/Modifiers language and grammar, and the editing skills requiredThis couse covers level II of the HSPCS coding sys- to work with speech recognition technology.tem. HCPCS level II is a standardized coding system Course: 38128 $2200 For: 640 hoursthat is used primarily to identify products, supplies, Open-enrollmentand services not included in the CPT codes, such as Note: This is an online class taken on your own com-ambulance services and durable medical equipment, puter at your own pace. Dates and times are place-injections, prosthetics, orthotics, and supplies (DME- holders only. Also note a materials fee of $29.95.POS). A complete review of HCPCS level II modifiers Career Stepand their relationship to CPT-4 codes will also be cov-ered. A basic knowledge of CPT coding is desired.Required text: HCPCS Level II Professional 2011,softbound by Ingenix ISBN: 978-60151-415-8.Course: 38120 $329 For: 15 hoursSection A: Jul 18-Aug 15 W 5:30pm-8:30pmLupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCPRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 47
  • 49. Medical Administrative Assistant Phlebotomy Essentials, Laboratory, This online training program helps students gain the Clinical Experience specialized skills and business knowledge needed to Gain the essential knowledge and skills to become an successfully manage the day-to-day administration of a effective phlebotomist. Attain hands-on practice apply- medical facility, including front desk reception, patient ing what you learn in the classroom portion of the scheduling, insurance and billing, practice finances, course, performing blood draws on realistic plastic and more. Students are prepared to pass the Certified models and on other students. During clinicals the last Medical Administrative Assistant exam (CMAA). three weeks of the class, you’ll experience the real Course: 38132 $1100 For: 200 hours world of a phlebotomist and have the opportunity to Open-enrollment display your acquired skills for potential employment. Note: This is an online class taken on your own com- Participants must be 18 or older. Participants must puter at your own pace. Dates and times are place- also be prepared to go through a national background check. Course 20304 is also required. Business and Technology holders only. Also note a materials fee of $29.95. Business & Technology Career Step Course: 38205 $2699 For: 240 hours Section A: Jun 4-Aug 6 MTWThF 12:00pm-4:30pm Pharmacy Technician Note: Clinicals hours for the last 3 weeks will be 40 The Pharmacy Technician online training program hours per week for a total of 120 hours; flexible helps students quickly develop a broader range of schedules are available. Please note that students are knowledge and skills than those professionals trained also required to take course 23105 Workskills. solely on the job. Students are prepared for national Jill Sanchez certification through the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board and gain the background necessary to work in both retail and institutional settings. Healthcare Careers Online Course: 38140 $1610 For: 285 hours Enhance your learning with these online options Open-enrollment from Gatlin and Ed2Go.Fitness and Personal Training Note: This is an online class taken on your own com- puter at your own pace. Dates and times are place- HIPAA Compliance $119 holders only. Also note a materials fee of $29.95. Medical Terminology: Career Step A Word Association Approach $119 Medical Billing and Coding + Inpatient and Outpatient Medical Terminology $1895 Medical Coding and Billing Visit dce.unm.edu/online-courses.htm for course This online training program prepares students for descriptions and registration information both inpatient and outpatient medical coding and billing careers and helps them gain the knowledge and skills required for the national certification exams. Students focus on medical terminology, coding stan- Human Anatomy Education Certificate dards, and specific code sets. The online platform pro- vides 24/7 access to the curriculum. This course offers an in-depth study of human anato- Course: 38145 $2100 For: 640 hours my intended for individuals presently teaching anato- Open-enrollment my at the college level. Each week there will be an Note: This is an online class taken on your own com- hour of lecture on Mondays and Wednesdays and puter at your own pace. Dates and times are place- twelve hours of lab. Laboratory hours will be sched- holders only. Also note a materials fee of $69.95. uled and arranged. Participant approval is required Career Step prior to registration. Requirements: A current appoint- ment at a New Mexico college or university as a biolo- gy instructor, a desire to increase basic knowledge of human anatomy and Anatomy Program approval. Contact the UNM School of Medicine Anatomy Program at 272-3899 for approval. Course: 38170 $299 For: 120 hours May 21-July 13 MW 8:30am-9:30am Location: UNM School of Medicine, Domenici Center Room 2480 Note: Additional hours are in lab which will be assigned after first session. Thomas Estenson, Ph.D. 48 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 50. Fitness and Personal Training Exploration in Integrative UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Wellness remission benefit for the courses listed in this Traditional Medicine without Borders subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms This two-week course will provide information on the history of Curanderismo (the art of Mexican Folk to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Healing) in the Southwest and Mexico. Exploring an see our staff listing on page 4. integrative approach to medicine and featuringPersonal Trainer for NASM Certification demonstrations that incorporate Curanderismo withReady to make a passion for fitness and motivate oth- various traditional and holistic health techniques, theers as your professional goal? Acquire a knowledge of course will use instructors who are researchers in thehuman movement science, as well as functional assess- field, healers, and health practitioners from UNM, Business & Technologyment and program design to prepare you for the Mexico, the Southwest, and the Albuquerque commu-NCCA accredited NASM Certified Personal Trainer nity. CEUs available for an additional fee.(CPT) Certification. Discover the power behind Course: 38409 $295 For: 45 hoursOptimum Performance Training™ (OPT™) as you will Section A: Jul 16-27 MTWThF 8:10am-12:40pmlearn the scientific rationale, teaching tools and the Note: Contact Summer Little at 505-277-3716 forpractical experience necessary to perform assessments, program information or location.create individualized programs including nutrition, Cheo Torresbehavior modification and progress for your clients totheir goals. New skills can be applied quickly to buildclientele and increase revenue. Registration for the Human Service CareersNASM CPT exam is included. UNM Employees, you may use your tuitionCourse: 38221 $1529 For: 24 hours remission benefit for the courses listed in this Integrative Wellness/Human Service Careers/Substance Abuse StudiesSection A: Jul 14-Aug 18 Sa 9:00am-1:00pm subprogram.Note: Course books and material are provided. NASMexam will be scheduled through ICWA after successful Injury Preventioncompletion of the training. This course will provide students with a foundation inJonathan Smith, RD, LD the field of injury prevention. Injury occurrence and prevention will be examined and discussed using a Fitness and Wellness Online conceptual framework that includes individual behav- ior, as well as socio-cultural, economic, and policy Enhance your learning with these online options influences. Instructors will apply concepts and share from Gatlin and Ed2Go. practical experiences to demonstrate the injury preven- Personal Training and Group Exercise tion field’s core competencies: intentional and unin- Training for Older Adults $2395 tentional injury topics such as motor vehicle injury, Women’s Exercise Training and Wellness $2395 falls, suicide, and poisoning (e.g.; accidental drug over- Fitness Business Management $2395 dose) will be discussed on the local to global levels. Nutrition for Optimal Health, Classroom learning experiences will emphasize a com- Wellness, and Sports $2395 prehensive approach to injury prevention and evi- dence-based prevention strategies in order to meet the Visit dce.unm.edu/online-courses.htm for course foundational education requirement for the Injury and descriptions and registration information Violence Prevention Specialist certification. Course: 38687 $489 For: 32 hours Section A: Jun 16-Jul 28 Sa 8:30am-5:00pm Note: This class meets every other week. Case Management Lunch & Learn Workshop This Lunch & Learning workshop will serve as a foun- dation for developing and/or enhancing the compe- tencies and skills needed for effective and professional case management. Topics include the five components of case management, the principles of case manage- ment, the roles of the case manager, recommended ethical practices, community resources, effective com- munication and problem solving. Lunch is provided.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 49
  • 51. Course: 38755 $129 For: 8 hours Section A: Jul 20 F 8:30am-5:30pm Negotiation and Conflict Note: Topic: TBD Resolution Barbara Czinger, LISW, LADAC UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this Substance Abuse Studies subprogram. UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Communicating with Difficult People remission benefit for the courses listed in this Manage conflict constructively through effective com- subprogram. munication, the key to win-win conflict resolution. Learn how to listen effectively. Communicate ideas so Multicultural Issues in Behavioral Health others listen without becoming defensive. Give pro- Business & Technology This course explores the impact of cultural diversity on ductive feedback. Manage emotions and “ego issues” the therapeutic process. Through didactic and experi- when communicating. Find win-win solutions to con- ential exercises students will examine their own cultur- flicts. Cope with difficult people and situations. al identity and assumptions and learn how to work Course: 40110 $269 For: 9 hours effectively with clients of different racial backgrounds, Section A: Jul 11-25 W 5:30pm-8:30pm cultural traditions, gender identities and sexual orienta- Nancy Greiff, PhD tions. The “melting pot”, “color blindness” and other American myths that serve to prevent real connection Win-Win Conflict Resolution in the therapeutic process will be explored with safety Resolve conflicts to the satisfaction of all interested and humor. parties, in a win-win manner, and they tend to stay Course: 39100 $129 For: 8 hours resolved. Learn to be supportive of all parties involved Section A: Jun 23 Sa 8:30am-5:30pm while remaining neutral, implement productive andHuman Service Careers/Negotiation and Conflict Resolution/Community Engagement Brian Serna, LPCC, LADAC, MAC lasting solutions to conflicts, get buy-in for these solu- tions, and manage tensions associated with emotions Advanced Ethics and differing personalities. Enhance your professional ethics and learn skills to Course: 40112 $249 For: 7 hours help resolve a variety of ethical dilemmas. Established Section A: Jun 13-20 W 5:30pm-9:00pm practitioners will learn using a problem solving model Nancy Greiff, PhD and will have an opportunity to apply concepts to actual cases. Registrants are encouraged to bring their own ethical challenges for examination and discussion. Community Engagement Course: 39132 $129 For: 7 hours UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Section A: Jul 28 Sa 9:00am-4:00pm remission benefit for the courses listed in this Brian Serna, LPCC, LADAC, MAC subprogram. LADAC Exam Preparation Writing Grants that Get Funded Review the content for the CADAC and LADAC Grant writing is difficult - but not impossible. It is exams, and be ready for test day! This class provides challenging - but rewarding. When you understand the exam content outlines and review four content sec- writing and application process, the major proposal tions, including counseling practices and skills (12 core components, the critical decisions and considerations, functions), theoretical basis of counseling, professional and the review process, you can write a successful considerations (cultural competency and ethics) and grant. This one-day course will provide the basics of pharmacology. A Student Study Guide is included in grant writing and get you started on being awarded the cost of tuition, with emphasis given to independ- funding. Taught by a former grants coordinator for ent test preparation. the state who has written numerous successful state Course: 39310 $249 For: 7 hours and federal grant proposals. Section A: Jun 30 Sa 8:30am-4:30pm Course: 42140 $259 For: 8 hours Jennifer Cady, MA, LPCC, LADAC Section A: Jul 12 Th 8:00am-5:00pm David Bowman 50 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 52. Computer Skills Windows 7: Operating System Basics Learn the basic functions of Windows, how to cus- tomize its setup, and create and work with shortcuts.Windows Basics Work with the Taskbar, Windows Explorer, Control Panel, file management, Accessories, the Find utility, UNM Employees, you may use your tuition and on-line Help. Prerequisite: Basic computer remission benefit for the courses listed in this knowledge. This course is suitable for students who subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ have XP operating systems. Vista users should take tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms course 52002. Note: See Course Skills Assessment. to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Course: 51101 $279 For: 12 hours see our staff listing on page 4. Section A: Jun 14-21 TTh 8:00am-12:00pm Margo Bouchard Unless otherwise indicated, Windows Basics courses Business & Technology Windows: Organize Your Files and Photos are taught on the Windows 7 Operating System. Do you or those in your organization waste valuable time searching for your important files and photos?Learn to Use a Computer at any Age Learn to effectively organize and manage documentsUsing a computer is for everyone! This beginning and programs with a systematic approach to file, fold-computer course for adults acquaints the novice with er, and disk creation, naming, and placement. Learncomputer terminology, essential concepts, and best of the rules and suggestions for naming, renaming, find-all—actual experience at the computer. Topics include ing, copying, deleting, and backing up files.startup and shutdown procedures, keyboard and Prerequisite: Basic computer experience.mouse operation, and an overview of popular comput- Course: 51115 $219 For: 6 hoursing functions. Each student will work at their comput- Section A: Jul 17-19 TTh 9:00am-12:00pmers and will have access to a computer lab betweenclasses. Note: See course skills assessment. Margo Bouchard Windows BasicsCourse: 51010 $139 For: 8 hours Windows: New FeaturesSection A: Jun 5-7 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm This class touches on the new features in Windows 7Margo Bouchard compared to XP or Vista. New features include changes to the Start menu, taskbar, desktop, andEmail and the Internet Windows Explorer. Students will get an overview ofGet in the communication stream with email! Find out pinning programs to the taskbar, using jump lists tohow easy it is to set up an email account and send and open documents, and working with libraries as toolsreceive mail. Topics include working with email for grouping folders. This course is designed to coveraddresses; composing, replying to and forwarding mes- the topics quickly and accurately. Prerequisite:sages; retrieving, reading, and deleting mail messages; Experience with Windows XP or Windows Vista.and opening and saving attachments. Discover the Course: 52007 $139 For: 4 hoursmany uses of surfing the Internet. Use search engines, Section A: Jun 20 W 1:00pm-5:00pmgo shopping, and email a company. Find informationon anything that interests you. Put a picture you find Rav Nicholsonon the Internet as the desktop on your computer orsave it for other uses, and much more. Prerequisite:51010 or equivalent experience.Course: 51012 $139 For: 8 hoursSection A: Jun 25-27 MW 1:00pm-5:00pmMargo Bouchard Custom Microsoft Office 2007 or 2010 Classes In addition to the Microsoft Office classes offered in this catalog, UNM Continuing Education can create customized MS Office classes for your company or department that is upgrading to a new MS Office ver- sion. Contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.eduRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 51
  • 53. Desktop Computing Basic Applications Get started using the three basic applications for MS UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Office 2010: Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Clear step- remission benefit for the courses listed in this by-step instructions show you how to tackle Office subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ 2007 tasks. Topics include: finding hidden files, creat- tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms ing a blog post, writing a letter, assembling and pre- to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 senting slideshows, developing a publication, and see our staff listing on page 4. building a spreadsheet. Lessons are presented in bite- sized modules so you can get started right away. Unless otherwise noted, Desktop Computing courses Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. are taught using Office 2010. Course: 52030 $219 For: 8 hours Section A: Jul 24-26 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm Online courses are now available in Office 2003 Rav NicholsonBusiness & Technology and 2007. Contact Program Supervisor at 505-277-6033 if you wish to substitute an online Word: Beginning course for a classroom course in a certificate program. Learn to create, edit, and save documents as well as format text, paragraphs, and documents. Learn effec- Osher members: This is your opportunity to catch tive navigation and selection techniques, custom tabs, the latest computer skills half-price. This includes indents, paragraph alignment, and line spacing. Keyboarding, Learn to Use a Computer at Any Age, Manage headers, footers, and margins. Create tables. Microsoft Office courses offered in the summer Use powerful proofing and correcting features includ- semester including Word, Excel, and Access. ing find and replace text, AutoCorrect, and Spelling Contact Maralie Belonge at belonge@unm.edu or and Grammar Checker. Add graphics and clip art. 505-277-7179 for membership requirements and Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. a complete list of available courses. Course: 52141 $279 For: 9 hoursDesktop Computing Section A: Jul 9-13 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Discover Office 2010 Sharlene Stein This four-hour class will give you a better understand- Word: Intermediate ing of the new features and possibilities of Office 2010. If you have upgraded your computer and are Use Word 2010 for more complex tasks. Learn to for- frustrated with the new layout, this class will help you mat text in multiple columns, save and preview docu- refresh your knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel and ments as Web pages and advanced table features. PowerPoint. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. Explore using templates, envelopes and labels, styles, and making revisions. Prerequisite: Beginning Word Course: 52011 $99 For: 4 hours or prior experience. Section A: Jun 12 T 8:00am-12:00pm Course: 52142 $279 For: 12 hours Rav Nicholson Section A: Jul 23-27 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Sharlene Stein Word: Advanced Make the most out of Word 2010! Learn mail merge, objects and backgrounds, forms, macros, customiza- tion, long documents and xml features. Make Word do the work for you through managing master docu- ments, tables of contents, indexes, bibliographies, and cross references. Run macros to save time with repeti- Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective tive tasks. Use form fields to protect forms and share and secure documents. Prerequisite: Intermediate Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor Word or prior experience. of your choice are available in Desktop Course: 52143 $279 For: 12 hours Computing, Programming and GIS topics if you Section A: Aug 13-17 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm have attended a six-hour or longer class in a similar topic. Contact the Program Supervisor at Sharlene Stein 505-277-6033 to schedule a day and time that is convenient for you. $149-$199. 52 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 54. Excel: Beginning Excel: ChartsLearn the most effective methods to create, modify, Go beyond the ChartWizardTM to create customformat, and print worksheets. Insert and modify graph- charts to visually represent your data. Understandics. Create, modify and print charts. Enter and apply chart types, and work with chart series. Format chartbasic formulas and functions. Explore custom format- elements, trend lines and error bars. Learn display andting features, such as fonts and conditional formatting. printing options and avoid common charting mistakes.This course is appropriate for new users and the self- Use Excel charts in other applications. Required:taught. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. 52210 or 52220.Course: 52161 $279 For: 12 hours Course: 52173 $129 For: 4 hoursSection A: Jun 26-Jul 3 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm Section A: Jul 31 T 1:00pm-5:00pmRav Nicholson Mary ByrdExcel: Intermediate Access: Beginning Business & TechnologyMove beyond the basics in this Excel 2010 class. Link Understand the basic concepts of database use andmultiple worksheets/workbooks and use advanced for- how to most effectively design your database. Designmatting features. Outline and consolidate data. Create basic tables and add, edit, locate, sort, filter and deleteand use cell names for greater understanding and ease. records. Set field properties, work with input masks,Learn advanced filtering options to find what you need and set validation rules. Learn to design and applyand organize your data. Save workbooks as Web pages queries, reports, and forms to make it easier to accom-and use hyperlinks. Explore the advanced charting fea- plish everyday database tasks. Prerequisite: Basic com-tures. Prerequisite: Beginning Excel or prior experience. puter experience.Course: 52162 $279 For: 12 hours Course: 52181 $279 For: 12 hoursSection A: Jul 16-20 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Section A: Jun 18-22 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pmRav Nicholson Diane C. Follstaedt Desktop ComputingExcel: Advanced Access: IntermediateLearn the advanced functions of excel to simplify your Go beyond the basics using queries to answer specificwork. Use lookup functions, MATCH and INDEX. questions and create summaries. Create and enhanceCreate data tables, validate cell entries, explore data- custom forms, create a main form with sub-forms, andbase functions. Use PivotTables and PivotCharts to see create and enhance custom reports. Prerequisites:patterns in your data. Import and Export data as text Beginning Access or prior experience.files or XML data. Query external databases and use Course: 52182 $279 For: 12 hoursexcel for easy analysis. Run macros and work with Section A: Jul 9-13 MWF 8:00am-12:00pmVBA code. Use conditional formatting for graphics. Diane C. FollstaedtPrerequisite: Intermediate Excel or prior experience.Course: 52163 $279 For: 12 hours Access: AdvancedSection A: Aug 13-17 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Make Access do more for you though advancedRick Berg queries, including crosstabs and parameters. Learn to write SQL statements and attach SQL queries to con-Excel: Pivot Tables trols. Create, run and modify macros, and attachLearn to use Excel Pivot Tables to efficiently extract macros to events. Create macros that will provide usermeaningful information from large tables of data. interaction or data transfer. Import, export, and linkUnderstand pivot table requirements and capabilities objects. Work with Windows SharePoint Services.to view data from different perspectives. Extract data Integrate the internet through hyperlinked fields.subsets, perform summary calculations, create interac- Optimize and protect your data. Prerequisite:tive pivot charts and format reports. Prerequisite: Intermediate Access or prior experience.52162/72. Course: 52183 $279 For: 12 hoursCourse: 52166 $129 For: 4 hours Section A: Jul 23-27 MWF 8:00am-12:00pmSection A: Jul 26 Th 8:00am-12:00pm Rick BergMary Byrd Fast Track classes present topics at a faster pace and are designed for those with some experience with the subject matter.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 53
  • 55. Access: Mastering Queries Desktop Computing Online Go beyond basic select queries, getting to the informa- tion you really need by becoming more adept at speci- Classes in this section are online. Dates and times fying selection criteria, performing calculations, parsing are placeholders only. Classes are taken on your fields into multiple fields, and setting parameters. own computer at the times and dates that are con- Create complex summaries of data by nesting queries venient to you. Course hours are approximate. and adjusting join properties for select and totals queries. Learn to specify criteria on the value field in a 2003 Desktop Computing Classes crosstab query, use the column headings properly, and 52981N Word 2003: Beginning $249 use action queries to clean up data and perform archiv- 52982N Word 2003: Advanced $249 ing and updates. Prerequisite: 52182. 52983N Excel 2003: Beginning $249 Course: 52185 $239 For: 8 hours 52984N Excel 2003: Advanced $249 Section A: Aug 1 W 8:00am-5:00pm 52985N PowerPoint 2003: Beginning $249Business & Technology Diane C. Follstaedt 52986N PowerPoint 2003: Advanced $219 52987N Access 2003: Beginning $299 Access: Creating Custom Reports 52988N Access 2003: Advanced $299 Develop the ability to present clear, concise, and accu- rate reports, a valued skill in any workplace that uses 2007 Desktop Computing Classes an Access database. Learn to exploit formulas and 52921N Word 2007: Beginning $299 expressions to create complex summary reports. 52922N Word 2007: Intermediate $299 Visually enhance reports with graphs and graphics. 52923N Word 2007: Advanced $249 Examine query design for effective data summariza- 52925N Excel 2007: Beginning $299 tion, and the effective use of report and section prop- 52926N Excel 2007: Intermediate $299 erties. Prerequisite: 52182. 52927N Excel 2007: Advanced $299 Course: 52186 $239 For: 7 hours 52931N PowerPoint 2007: Beginning $299Desktop Computing Section A: Aug 2 Th 8:00am-5:00pm 52932N PowerPoint 2007: Advanced $269 Diane C. Follstaedt 52935N Access 2007: Beginning $299 52936N Access 2007: Intermediate $299 Access: Managing Data 52937N Access 2007: Advanced $299 Learn to import files from database applications, 52941N Outlook 2007: Beginning $299 spreadsheets, and delimited and fixed width text files. 52942N Outlook 2007: Intermediate $249 Create links to tables in other Access files, Excel 52943N Outlook 2007: Advanced $249 spreadsheets, and other database formats supported by 52945N Visio 2007: Beginning $269 Access. Export Access data to Excel, text files, and a 52948N Publisher 2007: Beginning $269 Mail Merge document in Word. Prerequisite: 52182. Course: 52187 $189 For: 6 hours Section A: Aug 3 F 9:00am-4:00pm Diane C. Follstaedt 54 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 56. Macintosh Macintosh OS X Applications Your Mac OS X computer comes with all the applica- UNM Employees, you may use your tuition tions you need to get surfing, playing, writing, record- remission benefit for the courses listed in this ing, watching, listening, and working. But, though the subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ Mac is easy and simple to start using, learning the tips tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms and tricks of these applications makes not only your to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 experience more fun, it also makes you more produc- see our staff listing on page 4. tive. Examine most of the applications that come with your Mac and others you can add to your collectionNote: All Macintosh courses are taught using the most for free, including Address Book, Calculator, DVDcurrent version of OS X. Player, Front Row, iCal, iChat, iPhoto, iTunes, Mail, Preview, Safari, Stickies, TextEdit, Time Machine and more. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experi- Business & TechnologyLearn to Use a Mac: An Easy-Paced Introduction ence.This course acquaints the computer novice with basic Course: 54118 $339 For: 16 hourscomputer terminology and essential Macintosh con- Section A: Jul 10-11 TW 8:00am-5:00pmcepts in a relaxed setting. Students examine a word Ed Brandtprocessor, a spreadsheet, and the very popular iLifepackage. A brief introduction to the Internet is includ- Macintosh OS X Administering and Networkinged. Note: See Course Skills Assessment. Prerequisite: It’s easy to string a cable between two computers soNone. they can talk to each other. But when things go wrongCourse: 54010 $139 For: 8 hours it can cost as much as the computer itself to correct it.Section A: Jun 5-7 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm Examine how to install, configure, and maintain net-Ed Brandt works of two to 100 Macintosh computers, iPhones, and iPads using Ethernet and WiFi. In typical simple MacintoshMacintosh: Operating System Basics Mac-like style, learn all of the components that makeGet hands-on training in the basic functions of up both small and large networks, how to properlyMacintosh’s latest user-friendly operating system. install and configure these components, and how toTopics include filing system fundamentals, finder keep everything running trouble-free. Prerequisite:menus, window viewing options, the Dock and Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experience.Toolbar, aliases, and an introduction to customization Course: 54119 $219 For: 8 hoursoptions. An overview of the iLife digital media pro- Section A: Jul 12 Th 8:00am-5:00pmgrams will also show how easy and fun it is to work Ed Brandtcreatively with photos, music, movies and more onyour Mac. Note: See Course Skills Assessment. Macintosh Maintenance and SupportPrerequisite: 54010 or equivalent experience. Learn how to keep your Mac running smoothly, at theCourse: 54101 $279 For: 12 hours fast-track pace for those with some Macintosh experi-Section A: Jun 12-19 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm ence. Avoid downtime and costly repairs by learning toEd Brandt perform basic preventive maintenance and simple fix-it procedures to minimize potential problems. TopicsMacintosh: Operating System Basics—Fast Track include updating software, using the Disk Utility pro-Are your Macintosh skills a little rusty? Do you already gram, replacing damaged preference files, starting upknow Windows and want to learn about the from a different disk, how to handle a computer hang,Macintosh? Or are you moving to OS X? At a faster and what to do if you forget your login password.pace, learn the basic functions of the latest Macintosh Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experience.Operating System, how to customize its setup, and Course: 54122 $219 For: 8 hourscreate and work with aliases. Work with the Dock, Section A: Jul 13 F 8:00am-5:00pmFinder, Apple Menu, and System Preferences. Learn Ed Brandtabout file management, built-in accessories, the Findutility and more. Prerequisite: A basic knowledge ofany version of Macintosh OS or working knowledge ofWindows. Digital Arts 6-Pack DiscountCourse: 54111 $219 For: 8 hours Package your Digital Arts classes for increasedSection A: Jul 9 M 8:00am-5:00pm savings. Register for six Digital Arts classes (courseEd Brandt numbers 54000-59999) at the same time and receive a package discount of $210. Inquire at registration at 505-277-0077. Some restrictions may apply.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 55
  • 57. iPhoto: Beginning Learn to use iPhoto’s simple yet impressive editing and Digital Arts organizing tools to enhance the composition and qual- ity of your digital photos and easily manage hundreds For a comprehensive Digital Arts catalog, call of pictures. Topics include cropping and rotating, Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 or see our adjusting brightness and contrast, removing red eye, website for a downloadable pdf. basic retouching, creating a simple slideshow, and using titles, comments, and key words for easy search- ing and photo retrieval. Also included is a demonstra- tion of iPhoto’s more sophisticated features such as Graphic Design & exposure and color correction, adding special effects, Visual Communication emailing your pictures, making a photo CD, and creat- ing cards, calendars, and hardcover photo albums of UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Business & Technology your pictures. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent remission benefit for the courses listed in this experience. subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ Course: 54303 $219 For: 8 hours tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms Section A: Jul 24-26 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Ed Brandt see our staff listing on page 4. Navigating Note: The Graphic Design and Visual Communication the iPad classes are taught in a classroom, not in a computer lab. Computer experience is helpful, but not required. The Apple iPad is quickly becoming an essential tool for personal, business and classroom use. Get an intro- duction to key features and tips on enhancing produc- Graphic Design and Visual Communication tivity. Learn how to interact and navigate its touch Learn to create an effective layout for any graphicGraphic Design & Visual Communication interface; download, work with, and manage apps; and design project. Discover the principles of design for configure settings and other features unique to this clear and attractive visual communication. Topics device. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. include an introduction to advertising, publication, Suggested: Bring your iPad to class. and web design; logos and letterhead packages; layout; Course: 54305 $99 For: 3 hours typography; and color theory. Note: Equipment and Section A: Aug 4 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm materials cost about $25; a materials list will be avail- Ed Brandt able the first day of class. Prerequisite: None. Suggested: 55105 or 55201. Course: 55101 $329 For: 15 hours Section A: Jun 4-Jul 2 M 5:30pm-8:30pm Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective Cristina Olds Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor of your choice are available in Macintosh and Digital Arts topics if you have attended a six-hour or longer class in the same topic. Contact Caroline Refunds or transfers are allowed up to three busi- Orcutt at 505-277-6037 to schedule a day and ness days before a class begins. Other refund poli- time that is convenient for you. $199. cies may apply to conferences, educational trips and tours, Story of New Mexico and other special pro- grams. Look for refund information in the event or course brochure, flyer, or web text. 56 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 58. Advertising Design The Business of Digital ArtsLearn the processes used to create award-winningadvertising communications including development of UNM Employees, you may use your tuitionconcepts from a marketing strategy, preparation of lay- remission benefit for the courses listed in thisouts for presentation, and presentation skills. All cre- subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ative elements of a coordinated marketing campaign tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed formswill be reviewed and explained, including print, broad- to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077cast (TV and Radio), online (banners, websites, and see our staff listing on page 4.social media), branded entertainment, and guerrillamarketing. This course focuses primarily on the cre- Note: Unless otherwise noted, the Business of Digitalative thinking behind great advertising design. Note: Arts classes are taught in a classroom, not in a computerEquipment and materials cost about $15; a materials lab. Computer experience is helpful, but not required.list will be emailed to you with your course confirma- Email Business & Technologytion. Prerequisite: 55101. MarketingCourse: 55106 $279 For: 12 hoursSection A: Jul 11-Aug 1 W 9:00am-12:00pm Email marketing is a great way to engage your cus- tomers with targeted messages. Promote new prod-Cindy Bernier ucts, offer discounts and keep your customers up toDesigning for the Web date. Learn how to design, deploy and track your mes- sages with email marketing services such asExplore the process of designing a website, including MailChimp, Constant Contact, iContact and Maildog.conceptualizing, structuring, and applying design prin- Discover and analyze statistics and factors that canciples to create visually appealing and highly usable make or break your email marketing campaign.solutions. With an emphasis on design principles and Prerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or equivalentinformation architecture best practices, topics include experience, and Internet experience.setting up a site map, designing an interface, and cre- Course: 55621 $69 For: 3 hours The Business of Digital Artsating comprehensive storyboards. Note: Equipmentand materials cost about $25. A materials list will be Section A: Jun 30 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pmavailable the first day of class. Prerequisites: 55101 Jeremy Jaramilloand working knowledge of the Internet. Marketing with Social MediaCourse: 55125 $279 For: 12 hoursSection A: Aug 6-15 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm Expand awareness for your business or job search by combining traditional and social media. Market 24/7Zac Van Note with an Internet storefront showcasing who you areStoryboarding and what you do. Learn about a range of tactics that can help you stand out: Facebook, Twitter, andWhether you’re working with video, animation, or LinkedIn, plus social bookmarking, blogs, YouTubedesigning a web site, streamline your production by and many other options add exposure to your website.pre visualizing it with a storyboard. Learn how to por- Take charge of your Internet reputation. Focus ontray action and motion in a scene, communicate your strategies for distinguishing your company from that ofcreative ideas more effectively, and plan navigation your competition or ways to stand out as a job appli-within your web site. Various types of storyboard tech- cant. Prerequisite: None. Suggested: 55605.niques are discussed. Note: Materials cost under $5. Amaterials list will be included on your registration Course: 55623 $229 For: 9 hoursreceipt. Please bring these materials to the first class Section A: Jul 9-23 M 6:00pm-9:00pmsession. Prerequisite: None. Mary Ellen MerriganCourse: 55231 $229 For: 9 hours Legal Issues in Digital ArtsSection A: Jul 10-17 TTh 1:00pm-4:00pm To succeed as a digital artist today, you must have anAnita Quintana understanding of the legal principles and issues that affect your business. Gain the tools to recognize legal problems and address them appropriately. Topics include model releases, censorship and obscenity, con- tract principles, copyright issues, business formation, what happens when you sue (or get sued), determin- ing when you need a lawyer, and more. Prerequisite: Students ages 12-17 who wish to attend classes at None. Continuing Education may contact the program Course: 55625 $219 For: 8 hours supervisor for information and registration Section A: Aug 7-9 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm requirements. Efraín PadróRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 57
  • 59. Digital Photography Photography with a Digital Camera with Field Trips UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Learn the basics of photography as you explore the remission benefit for the courses listed in this capabilities of your digital camera. Discover what aper- subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ ture, shutter speed, and white balance are and how tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms they affect your photographs. Find out how and when to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 to use flash, and experiment with the basic principles see our staff listing on page 4. of photographic composition to get the most out of your camera—and yourself! Recommended for those Note: The Digital Photography classes are taught in a new to photography as well as film photographers who classroom, not in a computer lab. Computer experience is want to make the switch to digital. Three hours of helpful, but not required. short field trips are included. Notes: Bring your cam- era, maunal, and extra batteries to class. This class isBusiness & Technology equivalent to 55801 with extra time to take photos. Photography with a Digital Camera Prerequisite: Must have a digital camera (any type). Learn the basics of photography as you explore the Suggested: 55807, 55808. capabilities of your digital camera. Discover what aper- Course: 55803 $329 For: 15 hours ture, shutter speed, and white balance are and how Section A: Jul 9-13 MTWThF 9:00am-12:00pm they affect your photographs. Find out how and when to use flash, and experiment with photographic com- Pat Berrett position to get the most out of your camera—and Photography Composition yourself! Recommended for those new to photography One definition for photographic composition is simple: as well as film photographers who want to make the the pleasing selection and arrangement of subjects switch to digital. Note: Bring your camera, manual within the picture area. In general, good pictures and extra batteries to class. Prerequisite: Must have a result from careful attention to some basic elements of digital camera (any type). Suggested: 55807, 55808.Digital Photography composition, together with appropriate lighting and an Course: 55801 $279 For: 12 hours interesting subject. Become familiar with the practical Section A: Jun 6-27 W 6:00pm-9:00pm applications of the key elements of composition to Lisa Tannenbaum improve your photography: point of interest, simplici- Section B: Jun 28-Jul 19 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm ty, contrast, balance, framing, viewpoint, direction of Richard Nunez movement, diagonals, and rule of thirds. Prerequisite: None. Course: 55804 $179 For: 6 hours Section A: Jun 12-26 T 6:00pm-8:00pm Pat Berrett Use Your Choosing the Right Digital Camera Photography Skills on a Whether you’re looking to buy your first or fifth digi- Story of New Mexico tal camera, you’ll want to make the right choice. Gain Trip or Tour the tools you need to make a good decision by dis- cussing megapixels, zoom values, and JPG and RAW file formats. Find out how to transfer photos from camera to computer or print digital photos without ever using a computer at all! Note: To learn how to use your digital camera, see 55808 and 55801/3. Prerequisite: None. Photography opportunities abound with Story Course: 55807 $69 For: 3 hours of New Mexico’s tours. Join the Cheyenne Section A: Jun 21 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Mountain Zoo tour for the elephant class in Richard Nunez Colorado Springs, or get some shots at the Santa Fe Rail Yard Tour. See page 74 or dce.unm.edu for additional destinations! Practice computers are available for students “ The class was an incredible introduction to digital processing. It was well planned and enrolled in computer classes during the current semester. Call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 thought out. ” to schedule practice time. —Digital Arts Student 58 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 60. Getting Started with Your Digital Camera photographic skills by practicing new compositionLearn how to best use the point-and-shoot capabilities techniques, and learn the basics of product photogra-of your camera, and find out how to download photos phy, including how to set up shots for eBay and/orfrom your camera to a computer. If you don’t yet feel arts and crafts shows. Note: Bring your camera, manu-comfortable using your digital camera, this is the per- al, and extra batteries to class. Prerequisites:fect way to get started! Notes: Bring your camera, 55801/3, must have a digital camera (any type).manual, and cables to class. For a more extensive Course: 55821 $279 For: 12 hourscourse in digital photography, see 55801/3. Section A: Jul 17-31 T 6:00pm-9:00pmPrerequisite: Must have a digital camera (any type). and Sa 9:00am-12:00pmSuggested: Working knowledge of Windows or Note: Required field trip: Sat, Jul 21, 9am-12pm.Macintosh. Pat BerrettCourse: 55808 $69 For: 3 hoursSection A: Jul 26 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Digital SLR Techniques Business & TechnologyRichard Nunez Improve your digital SLR skills through a deeper understanding of how the digital imaging systemUsing Natural Light in Digital Photography works, and enhance your creative control over theTake advantage of natural light, regardless of the situa- image in printing and electronic/web display. Topicstion, while improving your compositional skills. include: The Camera, including controls, lenses andPractice and improve your knowledge of digital pho- accessories; The Negative, including the sensor, RAWtography with local field trips and subsequent cri- files, histograms and creative control; and The Print,tiques. Find out how to take better photos, without including in-camera and post-processing manipulationshaving to buy an expensive and complicated camera to achieve your desired final product. Note: Bringand without getting bogged down in a lot of technical your camera, manual, and extra batteries to class.details. Prerequisites: 55801/3, must have a digital Prerequisites: 55801/3, must have a digital cameracamera (any type). with manual capabilities, digital SLR preferred. Digital PhotographyCourse: 55810 $279 For: 12 hours Course: 55823 $229 For: 9 hoursSection A: Aug 1-15 W 6:00pm-8:00pm Section A: Aug 2-16 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm and Sa 5:00pm-8:00pm Richard NunezNote: Required field trips: Sat, Aug 4 and Aug 11,5-8pm. Creating Depth in Digital PhotographyMary Elkins Create a strong sense of depth in your photos by uti- lizing in-camera controls and making the most of pho-Photography with a Digital Camera II tographic opportunities. Topics include the use ofContinue to discover the beauty and joy of digital aperture and focal length to control depth of field andphotography. Make the most of your camera—whether a comprehensive understanding of how light, back-it’s the most basic point-and-shoot or a high end ground and textures can be used to make your imagesdSLR—by understanding how you can set up your pop! Prerequisites: 55801/3, must have a digitalshots to get consistently good results. Fine-tune your camera with manual capabilities. Suggested: 55821 or 55823. Course: 55828 $229 For: 9 hours Section A: Jul 23-30 MW 10:00am-12:00pm Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: and Sa 9:00pm-12:00pm Discover Digital Photography $119 Note: Required field trip: Sat, Jul 28, 9am-12pm. Photographing People with Barak Naggan Your Digital Camera $119 Secrets of Better Photography $119 Digital Photography Online For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: 505-277-6037 or see our website. Discover Digital Photography $119 Photographing People with Your Digital Camera $119 Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective Secrets of Better Photography $119 Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at of your choice are available in Macintosh and 505-277-6037 or see our website. Digital Arts topics if you have attended a six-hour or longer class in the same topic. Contact Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 to schedule a day and time that is convenient for you. $199.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 59
  • 61. Digital Videography & Computer Graphics Filmmaking UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this UNM Employees, you may use your tuition subprogram. remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ Note: Unless otherwise noted the Computer Graphics tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms classes are taught in a dual platform lab using both to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Windows and Macintosh software. see our staff listing on page 4. Note: The Digital Videography and Filmaking classes Computer Graphics: An Introduction are taught in a classroom, not in a computer lab. Explore the differences between raster and vector Computer experience is helpful, but not required. Business & Technology graphics and determine which is best for each project. Learn about file formats such as TIFF, JPEG, EPS, Digital Videography: An Introduction PDF, native, RAW data, and discover how they work Develop your technical and creative skills as a digital within graphics software programs, including videographer. Learn how to achieve satisfying and pro- Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash and fessional-looking footage using your own digital video Dreamweaver. Additional topics include spot, RGB, camera. Implement some basic skills and shooting CMYK, and Web color systems; 2D versus 3D graph- techniques. Topics include the DV format, video cam- ics; and digital camera resolution conversions. This era capabilities, features and operation, camera control, course provides important prerequisite information for movement and composition, types of shots that make all beginning courses in computer graphics. Note: See up a scene, sound, light, and how to shoot with edit- Course Skills Assessment. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or ing in mind. Class includes hands-on demonstrations 54101/11 or equivalent experience. Course: 56101 $279 For: 12 hoursDigital Videography & Filmmaking/Computer Graphics and video exercises. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of your digital video camera; must have a digital video Section A: Jun 5-12 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm camera (any type). Anita Quintana Course: 55911 $279 For: 12 hours Section B: Aug 6-9 MTWTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Section A: Jul 23-Aug 1 MW 1:00pm-4:00pm Adele Gangai Barak Naggan Scanning and Digitizing Photos Community Media Studio Production Whether you’re scanning photographic prints, nega- Crew a live and pre-recorded studio television produc- tives, slides or other originals, gain the information tion at the Quote-Unquote, Inc. Community Media you need to buy and use a variety of scanners. Learn Center studios. Learn to operate Sony studio cameras, the basics of scanning, how to choose the right scan- and overhead grid lighting; use a character generator ner, and how to use scanners with popular software to create titles and credits; operate state-of-the-art like Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. Prerequisite: video switchers for basic studio and high-end green Working knowledge of Windows or Macintosh. screen productions; use audio equipment including Course: 56105 $69 For: 3 hours Mackie audio boards, lavalier, shotgun and handheld Section A: Jul 5 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm mics; as well as multiple decks, monitors and live stu- Mary Elkins dio call-in capabilities. Your live studio production will air on Comcast Cable TV Channel 27. Notes: InDesign: Beginning Registration includes one year annual membership to Learn cutting-edge page layout with Adobe InDesign. equipment and facilities use at Quote-Unquote, Inc. Get an introduction to how a page layout program for public access programming. This class has a seven- works and learn the basic tools and techniques. We day advance notice cancellation policy. Prerequisite: cover character formatting, editing and linking text Attend a one-hour orientation at Quote-Unquote blocks, and importing text and graphics from other Media Center. applications. In-class exercises emphasize the basic Course: 55942 $199 For: 18 hours principles of typography and page layout. Section A: Jun 18-Jul 23 M 6:00pm-9:00pm Prerequisites: 56101 and word-processing experience. Note: This class meets at Quote-Unquote, Inc. Course: 56121 $279 For: 12 hours Required orientation meets on Wed, Jun 13, 7-8pm. Section A: Jun 18-22 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Susan Schuurman Adele Gangai 60 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 62. InDesign: Intermediate Illustrator: IntermediateRefine your InDesign skills with in-depth use of text Delve deeper into the creative power and the produc-and graphics, including tools for paragraph formatting, tive rewards of computer illustration. Topics includetabs, paragraph and character styles, text wrap, and creating and using gradients, advanced type use, an in-working with imported graphics. We also focus on depth look at Illustrator’s color controls, and plug-inworking with multi-page layouts, including Master filters. Several illustrations and single-page displays arePages, automatic page numbering, and the Pages presented for use in class. Prerequisite: 56211.palette. Students work on a newsletter in class. Basic Course: 56212 $279 For: 12 hourspreparation of your document for a commercial printer Section A: Jul 19-26 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pmwill be discussed. Prerequisite: 56121/26. Anita QuintanaCourse: 56122 $279 For: 12 hoursSection A: Jul 23-27 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Illustrator: AdvancedAdele Gangai Learn advanced computer illustration techniques such Business & Technology as blending, masking, compound paths, pattern fills,Book Publishing with InDesign importing art from other programs, and using layers.Make custom bookmaking easy with InDesign! Learn Discuss advanced output topics, including trappingthe processes and tips to make attractive wedding and and separations. Students practice putting these tech-event books, annual reports, long brochures or pro- niques together to create complex illustrations.motion books. We will focus on creating effective cus- Prerequisite: 56212.tom-made photos books and bookmaking features Course: 56213 $279 For: 12 hourssuch as multiple master pages, sectioning, and table of Section A: Jul 30-Aug 3 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pmcontents and index creation tools. We will also discuss Adele Gangaidigital prepress topics, how to get your book printed,and available template-based book-making options. Photoshop: BeginningPrerequisite: 56121. Suggested: 56122. With Adobe Photoshop you can do everything from Computer GraphicsCourse: 56129 $219 For: 8 hours retouching photos to creating original illustrations andSection A: Jul 9-11 MW 1:00pm-5:00pm collages. Apply lighting and color corrections and cor-Cindy Bernier rect lens distortions to enhance your photos. Learn about the importance of camera RAW files and how toAcrobat Pro: Working with PDFs process them. Use the retouching tools, painting tech-Utilize the note-making and markup capabilities of niques and basic filters to improve or alter your pho-Acrobat Pro to make notations to documents for edit- tos. Additional topics include file formats, workinging and updating. Set up navigation features to make it with type, using Adobe Bridge, and an introduction toeasy for users to link to other pages, web pages, or basic selections and layers. Prerequisite: 56101.other PDFs. Discover how to embed hyperlinks into Course: 56311 $279 For: 12 hoursPDF files, manipulate how a PDF opens for a user, Section A: Jun 11-15 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pmand even make text changes in a PDF. Prerequisite: Cindy Bernier51101/11 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience. Section B: Jun 19-28 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pmCourse: 56181 $219 For: 8 hours Zac Van NoteSection A: Jul 5-6 ThF 1:00pm-5:00pmAnita Quintana Photoshop: Intermediate Learn advanced selection methods to selectively adjustIllustrator: Beginning images. Work with a variety of layer techniques toUse Adobe Illustrator to create PostScript art in both combine, enhance and transform your images.color and black and white. Learn the basic tools and Organize and cross-index your image collection withtechniques, including geometric and freeform drawing Bridge. Learn about color modes, photo touchup andtools, transformation tools and path editing, paint and restoration techniques. Further explore the power oftype tools, and exporting art for output. Special Adobe Camera Raw, and dip into Photoshop’semphasis is given to the ways Illustrator facilitates automation capabilities. Prerequisite: 56311/31.drawing. Students work on illustration projects in Course: 56312 $279 For: 12 hoursclass. Prerequisite: 56101. Suggested: 55201. Section A: Jul 24-Aug 2 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pmCourse: 56211 $279 For: 12 hours Zac Van NoteSection A: Jun 14-21 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pmAnita Quintana If you are working toward a certificate and cannot find the class you need, call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 for advisement.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 61
  • 63. Photoshop Elements: Beginning Computer Graphics Online Use Photoshop Elements (an inexpensive version of SkillSoft self-study classes include: Photoshop) to color-correct, crop, and fine-tune your 56800N Adobe Acrobat 8.0 $199 photographs. Add text and other enhancements to your photos, and explore several methods of sharing 56808N Acrobat 9: Fundamentals $109 them, including via email and printing. Understand 56814N InDesign CS4: Fundamentals $109 the differences between JPEG, TIFF, and camera 56818N Adobe Illustrator CS4 $209 RAW formats, and discuss the basics of color manage- 56837N Adobe Photoshop CS4 $209 ment. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or 56838N Adobe Photoshop CS5 $209 equivalent experience. Suggested: 56101. 56845N Adobe Fireworks CS4 $109 Course: 56331 $279 For: 12 hours Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: Section A: Jun 18-27 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm Introduction to InDesign CS4 $119 Note: This class is Windows only. Introduction to Illustrator CS4 or CS5 $119 Business & Technology Mary Elkins Introduction to CorelDraw X3 $119 Photoshop Elements: Intermediate Introduction to Photoshop CS4 $119 Photoshop CS4 or CS5 for the Harness the power of layers and selection tools to fur- Digital Photographer $119 ther enhance your photos. Look into Photoshop Photoshop CS5 for the Digital Photographer II $119 Elements’ powerful panorama stitching capabilities, explore methods of restoring old photos, and experi- Photoshop Elements 8 or 9 for the ment with filters and blending modes to make your Digital Photographer $119 photos look even more artistic. Prerequisite: Photoshop Elements 9 for the 56311/31. Digital Photographer II $119 Course: 56332 $279 For: 12 hours For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at Section A: Jul 9-18 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm 505-277-6037 or see our website.Animation & Video Production Note: This class is Windows only. Mary Elkins Color Theory in Digital Media Animation & Video Production Color is a critical part of design—whether your project is destined for print, web, video or other media. A UNM Employees, you may use your tuition clear understanding of color theory and practical appli- remission benefit for the courses listed in this cations is the key to using color with confidence. subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ Learn to apply theory in digital applications, including tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash, Dreamweaver to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 and more. Learn the differences and applications for see our staff listing on page 4. Pantone, CMYK, RGB, Hexadecimal colors, and other important color tools. The psychology of color and Note: Unless otherwise noted, the Animation and Video color harmonies are also addressed. Prerequisite: Production classes are taught in a dual platform lab 56101. using both Windows and Macintosh software. Course: 56392 $179 For: 6 hours Principles of Motion Graphics Section A: Jun 11-13 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm Create the illusion of motion or transformation with Adele Gangai photography, video, illustration, and animation. Learn how images and type are choreographed to produce attractive and dynamic motion graphics. Discuss the history of motion graphics, and its importance in film, Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective television, and digital media. Topics include design and Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor concept considerations, compositing tools and tech- of your choice are available in Macintosh and niques, and criteria for output delivery to digital Digital Arts topics if you have attended a six-hour media. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or or longer class in the same topic. Contact Caroline equivalent experience. Orcutt at 505-277-6037 to schedule a day and Course: 57105 $269 For: 9 hours time that is convenient for you. $199. Section A: Jun 26-Jul 3 TTh 1:00pm-4:00pm Anita Quintana 62 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 64. Flash: Beginning Animation OnlineWork with Adobe Flash’s timeline-based animation sys-tem to create animated presentations for delivery in a SkillSoft self-study classes include:wide variety of formats. Topics include using Flash 57818N Adobe Flash CS4 $299drawing tools, creating animations with keyframes and 57819N Adobe AIR for Flash Developers $109tweening, linking Flash movies together into websites 57820N Adobe Flash CS5 $299or other presentation formats, and publishing Flash 57831N Adobe Captivate 4 $109movies for delivery on the Web, CD or DVD. Ed2Go instructor-led classes include:Prerequisite: 56101 or 57105. Suggested: 56211,57105. Intermediate Flash CS4 or CS5 $119Course: 57111 $279 For: 12 hours Making Movies with Windows XP $119Section A: Jun 18-27 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm For more information, call Caroline Orcutt atSean Lemons 505-277-6037 or see our website. Business & TechnologyFlash: IntermediateTake your Flash animation to the next level! Createcustom gradients for 3D effects in artwork, and work Audio & Music Productionwith shape tweening and animation along a path. Add UNM Employees, you may use your tuitionsimple interactivity with ActionScript, Flash’s increas- remission benefit for the courses listed in thisingly powerful authoring language. Learn to control subprogram.large projects with scenes. Add event sounds andsoundtracks to presentations, and synchronize anima-tion and sound. Prerequisite: 57111. Note: Unless otherwise noted, the Music ProductionCourse: 57112 $279 For: 12 hours classes are taught in a dual platform lab using bothSection A: Jul 9-18 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm Windows and Macintosh software. Audio & Music ProductionSean Lemons Logic Pro: Beginning-IntermediatePremiere: Beginning Master the primary features and basic user interface ofLearn the basics of video and audio editing using the Logic Pro. Learn how to generate a customized audionon-linear editing (NLE) system Adobe Premiere. and midi configuration that will seamlessly integrateTopics include traditional editing vs. NLE, DV cap- with your own personal production studio. Createture, importing, editing, transitions, keying, effects, your own song using Logic Pro’s comprehensive arrayaudio, titles, and digital movie file export formats. of software instruments, Apple Loops and DSP effects.Students assemble several short movies that demon- In-depth lessons cover MIDI and audio recording,strate various editing techniques for video and sound. streamlined editing and arrangement techniques, userPrerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11. Suggested: defined key commands, automation, scoring to picture57105, 56311 or basic knowledge of editing terminol- and surround mixing. Note: This class is equivalent toogy. 57981 class. Class 57981 includes one AppleCourse: 57311 $429 For: 16 hours Certification Exam Session at a discounted price.Section A: Jul 23-Aug 1 MW 5:30pm-9:30pm Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowledge ofMarc Leonard Macintosh OS X; must have Macintosh experience. Suggested: 57601 or basic knowledge of audio termi-Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate nology.Learn basic editing functions while becoming familiar Course: 57611 $699 For: 24 hourswith the Apple Final Cut Pro user interface. Start with Section A: Aug 6-8 MTW 8:00am-5:00pmbasic video editing techniques and work all the way Note: This class is Macintosh only.through Final Cut Pro’s powerful advanced features. Joey BelvilleStudents work with dramatic real-world media to learnthe practical techniques used daily in editing projects.Notes: This class is equivalent to FCP 101 (57911).Class 57911 includes one Apple Certification ExamSession at a discounted price. Prerequisite: 54101/11 Digital Arts 6-Pack Discountor basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X; must haveMacintosh experience. Suggested: 57105 or basic Package your Digital Arts classes for increasedknowledge of editing terminology. savings. Register for six Digital Arts classes (courseCourse: 57322 $699 For: 24 hours numbers 54000-59999) at the same time andSection A: Jun 25-27 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm receive a package discount of $210. Inquire atNote: This class is Macintosh only. registration at 505-277-0077. Some restrictions may apply.Brad StoddardRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 63
  • 65. Logic 101: Introduction to Logic Pro 9 This three-day hands-on course introduces students to Apple Creative Professional the primary features and basic user interface of Logic Pro. Students learn how to generate a customized for Video, Audio & Music audio and midi configuration that will seamlessly inte- grate with their own personal production studio. UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Students also create their own song using Logic Pro’s remission benefit for the courses listed in this comprehensive array of software instruments, Apple subprogram. Loops and DSP effects. In-depth lessons will cover MIDI and audio recording, streamlined editing and Notes: All classes in this section are Macintosh only. Most arrangement techniques, user defined key commands, Apple Creative Professional courses include an Apple automation, scoring to picture and surround mixing. exam session valid for six months after the course comple- Notes: This is an AATC course. One AppleBusiness & Technology tion date. All Apple Creative Professional classes require Certification Exam Session is included, valid for six a written request 14 days prior to the start date to drop months upon completion of the class. This class has a a class or transfer to another section. Exams are non- 14-day advance notice cancellation policy. refundable. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowledge of FCP 101: Introduction to Final Cut Pro X Macintosh OS X; must have Macintosh experience. Suggested: 57601 or basic knowledge of audio termi- Final Cut Pro is a revolutionary video editing applica- nology. tion that makes it possible for beginners and seasoned professionals to achieve stunning results. This three- Course: 57981 $799 For: 24 hours day, hands-on course teaches students to perform basic Section A: Aug 6-8 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm editing functions while becoming familiar with the Joey Belville user interface. Start with basic video editing techniques Apple Certification Exam Session and work all the way through Final Cut Pro’s powerfulApple Creative Professional advanced features. Students work with dramatic real- Register to take your Apple IT or Pro Apps exam at world media to learn the practical techniques used our AATC facility. Notes: Exams are non-refundable. daily in editing projects. Notes: This is an AATC Prices are subject to change and may vary by exam. course. One Apple Certification Exam Session is Transfers are permitted within the same semester only. included, valid for six months upon completion of the Call 505-277-6037 to inquire about exam prep, retake class. This class has a 14-day advance notice cancella- discounts and exam sessions included with the Apple tion policy. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowl- Creative Professional classes. Prerequisite: Varies by edge of Macintosh OS X; must have Macintosh experi- exam. Retakes: $100. Documentation of previous ence. Suggested: 57105 or basic knowledge of editing exam taken at our facility required for all retakes. terminology. Course: 57990V $150 For: 2 hours Course: 57911 $799 For: 24 hours Section A: Jun 29 F 1:00pm-3:00pm Section A: Jun 25-27 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm Section B: Jul 20 F 1:00pm-3:00pm Brad Stoddard Section C: Aug 10 F 1:00pm-3:00pm FCP 300: Final Cut Pro X Advanced Editing Tutorial Elective for Exam Prep Final Cut Pro is a revolutionary video editing applica- For information on Apple exam preparation tion that makes it possible for beginners and seasoned professionals to achieve stunning results. This three- options, contact the AATC program supervisor day, hands-on course teaches hard-to-find advanced at 505-277-6037. editing and finishing techniques. Learn how to create fantastic effects using filters creatively, color correct like a pro, and create complex audio mixes. This UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple course also covers advanced workflows for managing Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. media, including using Compressor. Notes: This is an For information on certifications and exams, AATC course. One Apple Certification Exam Session call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037. is included, valid for six months upon completion of the class. This class has a 14-day advance notice can- cellation policy. Prerequisite: 57911 (FCP 101) or equivalent experience. Course: 57913 $799 For: 24 hours Section A: Jul 16-18 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm Brad Stoddard 64 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 66. Web Design & Development (X)HTML: Intermediate Increase your practical knowledge of (X)HTML, UNM Employees, you may use your tuition including using tables to create imaginative webpage layouts. Learn to add forms to your website, and remission benefit for the courses listed in this explore more of CSS’s uses, including its ability to for- subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ mat every page in a website with a single style sheet, tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms and an introduction to CSS positioning properties. to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Finally, gain an overview of Web technologies such as see our staff listing on page 4. JavaScript, DHTML, XML, and PHP. Prerequisite:Note: Unless otherwise noted, the Web Design and 58111.Development classes are taught in a dual platform lab Course: 58112 $279 For: 12 hoursusing both Windows and Macintosh computers. Section A: Jul 10-17 TTh 8:00am-12:00pm Glenn Norman Business & TechnologyCreating and Maintaining a Website:An Introduction HTML 5: An IntroductionGet an overview of the tools and techniques involved HTML 5 is the newest major revision to HTML.in creating and updating websites. Discuss the practical Learn how HTML 5 improves development and addmatters of file organization, site navigation and con- functionality by making precise rules on how to handletent update strategies. Students get some hands-on all HTML elements. Use CSS3 and jQuery to add toexperience with Dreamweaver and HTML text editors. the interactivity, along with some of the new featuresThe process of uploading files is also covered. in HTML 5 including functions for embedding audio,Prerequisites: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or equivalent video, graphics, and client-side data storage. HTML 5experience, and Internet experience. also contains new elements like Canvas, used to displayCourse: 58101 $279 For: 12 hours and manipulate graphics. Prerequisite: 58111.Section A: Jun 4-13 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm Course: 58115 $279 For: 12 hours Web Design & DevelopmentJeff Brody Section A: Aug 6-10 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Virginia DeBolt(X)HTML: BeginningEnhance your ability to control the looks and func- CSS: Cascading Style Sheetstionality of your Web pages by learning HTML and Developed to work hand-in-hand with both HTMLXHTML, the closely related languages that programs and XHTML, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) has playedsuch as Dreamweaver and Expression Web use behind a significant role in bringing the power of desktopthe scenes. Use code to add graphics, links, and tables publishing to web page design. Learn to use CSS toto your pages, and explore the power of CSS to format change the colors, fonts, paragraph-indents, and eventext consistently and quickly. Gain an understanding of the layout of a web page—or an entire website, forthe similarities and differences between HTML and that matter—with just a few keystrokes. Explore differ-XHTML, and practice using FTP to upload your pages ent ways to make your pages look good, discover howto a live Web server. Prerequisites: 51101/11 or using CSS can improve functionality, and how it works54101/11 or equivalent experience, and Internet in HTML-editors such as Dreamweaver. Prerequisite:experience. 58111. Suggested: 58121.Course: 58111 $279 For: 12 hours Course: 58117 $219 For: 8 hoursSection A: Jun 5-12 TTh 8:00am-12:00pm Section A: Jul 16-18 MW 1:00pm-5:00pmGlenn Norman Virginia DeBoltSection B: Aug 6-15 MW 6:00pm-9:00pmJeff Brody Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor of your choice are available in Macintosh and Digital Arts topics if you have attended a six-hour or longer class in the same topic. Contact Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 to schedule a day and time that is convenient for you. $199.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 65
  • 67. Dreamweaver: Beginning and arm you with knowledge to make the right deci- This powerful web-authoring program puts both visual sion when choosing a CMS. Prerequisite: 58111. design and sophisticated HTML tools at your finger- Suggested: 58117 or 58121. tips. Topics include setting up the Dreamweaver envi- Course: 58221 $179 For: 7 hours ronment, using type and graphics, adding links, and Section A: Jul 14 Sa 9:00am-4:00pm using tables. The basics of applying Cascading Style Jeremy Jaramillo Sheets (CSS) to HTML elements and uploading web- sites are also featured. Prerequisites: 51101/11 or Web Programming Basics 54101/11 or equivalent experience, and Internet Move beyond HTML and CSS! Investigate fundamen- experience. Suggested: 58111. tal concepts and practices of scripting and program- Course: 58121 $279 For: 12 hours ming for websites. Learn how dynamic web applica- Section A: Jun 5-14 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm tions execute on the World Wide Web, and how this Kinglsey Anderson process differs from static websites. Get overviews ofBusiness & Technology Section B: Jun 25-29 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm PHP, ASP and JavaScript, as well as standard approaches to integrating these languages with every- Virginia DeBolt day HTML. Additional topics of discussion include Dreamweaver: Intermediate client- and server-side authoring options, capturing Take your web-authoring skills to the next level. Learn information from user forms, database connectivity, to create custom styles in CSS and apply them to text, and cookies. Prerequisite: 58111. links, tables and DIVs. Automate page development Course: 58401 $329 For: 12 hours and maintenance with templates, library items and Section A: Jun 19-28 TTh 9:00am-12:00pm snippets and add interactivity with HTML forms. Kinglsey Anderson Ensure efficient site management with browser testing, validation, site assets and file check-in/check-out. In Add a Shopping Cart to Your Website addition, begin to integrate Flash content into your Why reinvent the wheel? If you have a small businessWeb Design & Development site. Prerequisites: 58111, 58121. and want to sell your merchandise or services on the Course: 58122 $279 For: 12 hours Web, you’ll need a shopping cart. Fortunately there Section A: Jul 10-19 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm are a number of reasonably priced shopping cart serv- ices available that are surprisingly easy to use. Learn Zac Van Note more about the various options as you configure an Green Web Design with Online Forms actual shopping cart in class. Prerequisites: 58111 or Are you still distributing and collecting paper forms? 58121. Go green and let your website do the work! Using Course: 58604 $99 For: 3 hours web-based forms can have a significant effect on the Section A: Jul 28 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm environment by reducing our dependency on paper. Jeremy Jaramillo Added benefits include field validation to avoid incom- plete or incorrectly formatted submissions. Learn how Web Programming with PHP and MySQL to build online forms and track submissions by email Receive an introduction to the open-source web pro- and/or database. Build multi-stage forms into one gramming language, PHP, and discover why so many complete database-driven web application. Even learn web developers prefer to use it with MySQL (an open- to build user registration systems to save user data for source database technology) for their data-driven later submission/updating. You’ll be glad you made applications. Learn the basics of the PHP language and the switch! Prerequisites: 58111, 58121. Suggested: how to use PHP to generate your HTML. Get 58401. acquainted with the MySQL database, and learn to use Course: 58207 $329 For: 12 hours PHP and MySQL together. Develop real world web- Section A: Jul 16-25 MW 9:00am-12:00pm based applications in class. Prerequisites: 58111, 58121. Kinglsey Anderson Course: 59411 $329 For: 12 hours Content Management Systems for Websites Section A: Jul 6-13 MWF 9:00am-12:00pm Content management systems (CMS) are becoming Kinglsey Anderson increasingly popular for the authoring and administra- tion of websites. These software systems provide a means to control the presentation of sites, as well as a database for storing site content. But CMSes them- selves vary in terms of complexity and flexibility. This Ask your employer about your company’s tuition course will survey several popular CMSes, including reimbursement programs for job-related courses and WordPress, ExpressionEngine, MojoMotor, Joomla, training. Tuition remission is available for UNM Staff Drupal and Plone; discuss the pros and cons of each; and faculty. 66 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 68. Ruby on Rails: BeginningAcquire basic knowledge of Ruby on Rails, the pre- IT Professionsmiere open source framework used for web program-ming. Rails is optimized for sustainable productivitywhile lowering the barrier of entry into programming. CompTIA Certifications forLearn the full RoR stack, understand REST and Systems Engineeringresources, test your code before you write it, build abasic Rails application and automatize deployment. UNM Employees, you may use your tuitionExperience the Rails way of building web applications remission benefit for the courses listed in thisand discover a framework for programmer happiness. subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/Prerequisites: 58111, 58411 and 65011. tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed formsCourse: 59441 $329 For: 12 hours to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077Section A: Jul 23-Aug 1 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm see our staff listing on page 4. Business & TechnologyAndres Paglayan Essentials of Hardware and Operating Systems Web Design Online This CompTIA A+ Essentials course, 220-701 is required for everyone seeking A+ certification. SkillSoft self-study classes include: Successful completion of the course validates knowl- 58802N Designing and Hosting a Website $199 edge of basic computer hardware and operating sys- 58832N Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 $299 tems, including how to install, build, upgrade, repair, 58833N Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 $299 configure, troubleshoot, optimize, diagnose and per- form preventive maintenance. Customer service and 58863N JavaScript Fundamentals $299 security skills are also covered. Course materials 58868N DHTML Basics $199 include test review materials, practice test software. 58870N XML Essentials $169 Note: Exam Voucher is included when you complete CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineering 58872N Advanced XML $299 63131 and 63134, valid for 6 months upon comple- Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: tion of both classes. Prerequisites: Knowledge of Creating Web Pages $119 computers and operating systems. Creating Web Pages II $119 Course: 63131 $749 For: 28 hours Designing Effective Websites $119 Section A: Jun 4-25 MW 1:00pm-5:00pm Achieving Top Search Engine Positions $119 Glenn Norman Introduction to CSS and XHTML $119 Section B: Jun 12-Jul 5 TTh 6:00pm-9:30pm Intermediate CSS and XHTML $119 Ralph Keeton Introduction to Dreamweaver CS4 or CS5 $119 Intermediate Dreamweaver CS4 $119 Hardware Repair and Troubleshooting Introduction to PHP and MySQL $119 CompTIA A+ 220-702 is the second and final A+ Introduction to ASP.NET $119 course for those who want more emphasis on comput- er repair and troubleshooting and less emphasis on in- For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at person customer interaction. Work related scenarios 505-277-6037 or see our website. such as bench work are emphasized. Note: Exam voucher is included when you complete 63131 and 63134, valid for 6 months upon completion of beth classes. Prerequisite: 63131. Course: 63134 $649 For: 24 hours Section A: Jul 9-25 MW 1:00pm-5:00pm Glenn Norman Custom Section A: Jul 10-31 TTh 6:00pm-9:30pm IT courses and IT consultation Ralph Keeton If your business has a need for customized train- ing specifically for a group of employees in desk- top support, programming, IT security, systems engineering, ITIL, GIS or other IT course topic, our Custom Training Program can provide these cours- es at your site or at ours. We also provide expert IT consultation for businesses. Contact the UNM Continuing Education Custom Training Program at 277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.eduRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 67
  • 69. Network Support (Network+) AutoCAD Learn how to configure network adapters, protocols, and services to allow communication between comput- UNM Employees, you may use your tuition ers. This course covers the OSI model, network remission benefit for the courses listed in this topologies, Ethernet, the TCP/IP protocol suite, sub- subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ netting, and WAN technologies. Learn to use these tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms technologies to effectively administer a network, share to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 resources, troubleshoot, and solve connectivity prob- see our staff listing on page 4. lems. Note: Exam voucher is included, valid for 6 months upon completion of the class. Prerequisites: 63131 and 63134 or A+ certification or experience. Register and complete any of our AutoCAD classes Course: 63312 $849 For: 28 hours and receive access to the AutoCAD student version Section A: Jul 30-Aug 20 MW 1:00pm-5:00pm for three years. The student version contains the Business & Technology same AutoCAD software as the $4000 version, but Glenn Norman is to be used for student practice and projects only. Section B: Aug 7-28 TTh 5:30pm-9:30pm Access information is given the first day of class. Ralph Keeton Database Engineering AutoCAD/AutoCAD Lite: Beginning Learn the fundamentals of Computer-Assisted Drafting UNM Employees, you may use your tuition (CAD) 3D and 2D rendering. This course compares remission benefit for the courses listed in this and contrasts CAD and manual drafting methods, and subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ stresses the fundamentals of drawing organization and tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms layer management. Explore the effective use of blocks, to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 fonts, and automatic dimensioning features. Students see our staff listing on page 4.Database Engineering/AutoCAD perform numerous exercises in class to reinforce the use of drawing and editing commands. Prerequisite: Access: Relational Database Design Basic Windows or equivalent experience. Fundamentals Course: 69111 $699 For: 24 hours Section A: Jun 26-Jul 12 MTTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Learn the essential principles to build a relational data- base from scratch. Practice identifying database tasks, Note: No class July 9. identifying data needed to support tasks, and mapping Gathen Garcia the data to tables. Apply rules of table design, result- AutoCAD/AutoCAD Lite: Intermediate ing in efficient tables that take full advantage of rela- tional capabilities. Identify key fields and relationships, Learn the effective use of blocks and attributes, and and learn to solve complex “many to many” database how to establish standards that promote conformance relationships. Prerequisite: 52310 or 53601. while allowing users to complete tasks. Numerous in- class exercises reinforce the use of drawing and editing Course: 65011 $399 For: 12 hours commands. Prerequisite: 69111. Section A: Jul 17-24 TTh 8:00am-12:00pm Course: 69112 $699 For: 24 hours Diane C. Follstaedt Section A: Jul 17-Aug 16 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Note: No class on July 24 and 26. Gathen Garcia AutoCAD/AutoCAD Lite: Advanced Taking up where AutoCAD Intermediate left off, this class is designed for current AutoCAD users who want to improve their understanding of advanced and com- plex commands. After taking this course the student will possess a thorough understanding of paper space, plotting, attributes, attribute extraction, advanced selection techniques, and other advanced drawing and editing commands. Prerequisite: 69112. Course: 69113 $699 For: 24 hours Section A: May 29-Jun 21 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Gathen Garcia 68 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  • 70. IT Pro Online 67157N Microsoft .NET for Developers: SkillSoft self-study classes include: Mastering ASP.NET with C# $395 67158N MS .NET FW 2.0: Dev Web-based 63160N Certified Information Systems Client Apps w/ Visual Basic 2005 Security Professional (CISSP) and ASP.NET 2.0 $395 2nd Edition $599 67159N MS .NET FW3.5: Windows 63161N TestPrep Certified Information Presentation App Dev Foundation Systems Security Professional w/ Visual Basic 2008 $395 (CISSP) 2nd Edition $149 67160N MS .NET FW4: Windows Application 63164N Certified Information Development with Visual C# 2010 $349 Security Manager (CISM) $699 67170N Microsoft SQL Server 2005: 63165N TestPrep Certified Information Business & Technology Implementation and Maintenance $595 Security Manager (CISM) $149 67171N Microsoft SQL Server 2005: 63700N Microsoft Sharepoint Infrastructure Design $495 Server 2010: Configuring $649 67172N Microsoft SQL Server 2005: 63701N Microsoft Sharepoint Database Maintenance $495 Server 2010: Administration $649 67173N MS .NET FW 2.0: Dev 63702N Microsoft Sharepoint Web-based Client Apps with Server 2010: C# 2005 and ASP.NET 2.0 $395 Application Development $649 67735N Oracle 10g Database: 63800N VMware Overview $369 Administrative Workshop I $895 63805N VMware Workstation $349 IT Pro Online 67736N Oracle 10g Database: 67140N Microsoft Windows Administrative Workshop II $795 Server 2008—New Features $99 67737N Oracle 10g Application Server: 67141N Microsoft Windows Server 2008: Administration I $895 Configuring Active Directory $595 67738N Oracle 10g Application Server: 67142N Microsoft Windows Server 2008: Administration II $595 Configuring Network Infrastructure $595 67740N Oracle Database 10g: 67144N Microsoft Windows Server 2008: Developing PL/SQL Program Units $495 Server Administration $695 67741N Oracle Database 10g: 67145N Microsoft Windows Server 2008: SQL Fundamentals I and II $895 Enterprise Administration $199 67961N IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) 67150N Microsoft Sharepoint V3 Foundation Syllabus v4.2 $595 Server 2007 Administration $495 67962N ITIL v3 Intermediate: 67151N Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2007 Operational Support & Analysis $1139 Application Development $495 67966N Moving from Technical 67152N Microsoft SharePoint Professional to Management $699 Services (WSS) 3.0 $495 67967N Managing Technical Professionals $499 67153N Microsoft Windows Sharepoint 67972N Writing Skills for Services 3.0: Technical Professionals $119 Application Development $495 67156N Microsoft .NET for Developers: Foundations of ASP.NET with C# $395Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 69
  • 71. To place yourself in the right class, refer to the course assessments below. If you can answer 8 out of 10 questions for the appropriate assessment, you probably do not need to take the class. If you cannot answer 8 out of 10 ques- tions, you probably need to take the class. For additional information or questions: Windows: Program Supervisor 505-277-6033 Macintosh or Computer Graphics: Caroline Orcutt 505-277-6037Business & Technology Learn to Use a Computer/Mac (51010/54010) 1. Define hardware and memory. 6. Define bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, and gigabytes. 2. What is a microprocessor or CPU? 7. Explain mouse operations such as click, 3. Describe the difference between a hard drive double-click, right-click, click-and-drag. and a CD drive. 8. What is anti-virus software? 4. Describe the difference between operating 9. List three input devices and three output devices. system and application software. 10. List three storage devices and describe how they 5. List some popular word processing, spreadsheet, are different from each other. database, and graphics programs.Course Skills Assessments Operating Systems Basics (51101/54101/11) 1. Describe the difference between files and folders. 6. Describe how to change the mouse properties How do you move and copy files between folders? and the desktop display. How do you find a lost file or folder? 7. What is the Taskbar (Windows) or 2. How do you move and resize a window? Dock (Macintosh)? 3. What is a shortcut (Windows) or alias (Macintosh) 8. What is the Start Menu (Windows) or and how do you create one? Apple Menu (Macintosh)? 4. What is the Recycle Bin (Windows) or 9. List the keyboard shortcuts for cut, copy, Trash (Macintosh)? and paste. 5. Describe how to launch a program. 10. Describe how to eject a disk. Computer Graphics: An Introduction (56101) 1. Explain the difference between raster and vector 6. List three graphics file formats and explain graphics. What are the advantages and when you would use each. disadvantages of each? 7. When would you rasterize a graphic and when 2. List two programs that work with raster would you trace a graphic? graphics and two programs that work with 8. Describe what a Bezier curve is and where you vector graphics. List two programs for page would find one. layout and two for web editing. 9. Describe what a pixel is and where you would 3. Define PostScript and describe some of its uses. find one. 4. Define aliasing and anti-aliasing. 10. Define color depth (bit depth). 5. Define resolution and explain how it is measured. Indicate a standard resolution for print and one for web. 70 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
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  • 73. Convenient Contact Information For registration information, class availability, class cancellations or waiting lists, call 505-277-0077. If you need information on course content, call 505-277-0563. Suggestions on any of the Story of New Mexico Program courses are always welcome! Please write to: Joan Cok Joan Cok UNM Continuing Education Program Supervisor MSC07 4030 1 University of New Mexico Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001 Engaging and unique stories of struggle, failure, success and The Story of New Mexico Policies triumph are experienced by the • Automatic membership to the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute with your Travel people of New Mexico. lecture series enrollment, for participants 50 and older. Capture the sense of time, • No discounts apply, including Senior Citizen discounts. place, and character through • There is a $5.00 fee for transferring from one field trip to another, lectures, conversations, film and a $15.00 fee for cancellation of in-state trips. Culture and adventure with The Story • The refund policy for interstate and international trips varies from that of New Mexico. Joan works to of in-state trips, and carries a higher cancellation fee. (See specific trip description for cancellation amount.) share the enchantment of New • If a trip that you select is full, you may place your name on the waiting list. Mexico through her program’s non-stop learning opportunities. • If a trip is cancelled by the UNM Continuing Education Story of New Mexico program, a full refund will be provided. Listen to storytellers and writ- • Check the listing for each trip for the registration deadline and minimum ers, explore with adventurers,Story of New Mexico Business Policies enrollment needed for the trip to go as scheduled. scientists, geologists and cultur- • Participants requesting special accommodations for the trips need to al anthropologists to truly expe- contact SONM Program Supervisor two weeks prior to the trip at rience the wonders of New 505-277-0563. Mexico. Tuition Remission — UNM Faculty/Staff/Retirees Joan earned an MA from UNM For questions regarding the UNM tuition remission benefit, call the in Special Education and has benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. been working with The Story Transportation for New Mexico Tours of New Mexico at UNM For New Mexico tours, meet the bus or van at 1634 University Blvd. NE, east Continuing Education for parking lot at least 15 minutes before departure. several years. Phone (505) 277-0563 Fax (505) 277-8975 Email joanrc@unm.edu 72 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563
  • 74. Lecture Series Lectures and Courses Alamo Mission: History, Myth, and Music New Mexico Lecture Series of four sessions — Enroll & The Texas Revolution of 1835-1836 had a direct effect save! The series cost of $70 represents a savings of on the land which would eventually become known as $20 over the cost of the individual lectures. the state of New Mexico. This conflict was a prelude to the Mexican–American War and centered on a band ofLecture Series 00001 Texan rebels garrisoned in the old, abandoned AlamoExperience the enchantment of New Mexico when you Mission near San Antonio de Béxar. This presentationenroll in this four-part Lecture Series. This is a contin- will explore the Battle of the Alamo: unraveling theuation of El Norte and the Southwest. Examine vary- history, debunking the mythology, and examining theing historical periods and crucial events. Register for music used on both sides, including the well–equippedthe series and save! Or register for individual lectures brass bands of Santa Anna’s army.at $20 per lecture. Course: 00708 $20 For: 1 sessionCourse 00001 $70 For: 4 sessions Section A: Jun 6 W 9:30am-11:30amSections A-D: Jun 20-Jul 18 W 1:00pm-3:00pm CE South BuildingAll sections: CE North Building Jane EllenCharles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert Knowing New Mexico’s Animals CultureEl Norte and "Manifest Destiny" 1821-1853 New Mexico has a rich history of animals and animalThe American Conquest of Northern Mexico lore, both scientific and artistic. This course willCourse 00001 $20 For: 1 session explore how the New Mexico “bestiary” serves to help define and inspire New Mexicans through recreation,Section A: Jun 20 W 1:00pm-3:00pm story, and iconography. Whether considering the lobo,El Norte Becomes the the coyote, the roadrunner, the bear, the trout (allAmerican Southwest 1848-1910 New Mexico emblems) or the myriad of large andThe Process by which El Norte is assimilated into the small game hunted and utilized for sport and tourism, The Story of New MexicoUnited States knowing New Mexico’s animals (and what has beenCourse 00001 $20 For: 1 session written, painted, sculpted, and filmed about them) isSection B: Jun 27 W 1:00pm-3:00pm essential to living in new Mexico. Firsthand accounts (written, photographed, or drawn) of encounters withThe Mexican Revolution 1910-1929 and perceptions of these “critters” will serve as a basisThe effects of the Mexican Revolution on El Norte for a culminating class almanac and book of facts andCourse 00001 $20 For: 1 session implications.Section C: Jul 11 W 1:00pm-3:00pm Course: 00372 $80 For: 4 sessions Section B: Jul 10-31 T 6:00pm-8:00pmThe Southwest Becomes CE South BuildingEl Norte Again, 1929–Present Robert Gish, PhD, English Professor, DistinguishedThe re-Mexicanization of the Southwest from the Scholar and Authordepression to the present crisis on the borderCourse 00001 $20 For: 1 sessionSection D: Jul 18 W 1:00pm-3:00pmOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563 73
  • 75. Anthropological Genetic Genealogy Kit Carson and the New Mexico DNA Project Kit Carson is one of New Mexico’s most famous resi- Anthropological genetic genealogy is the application of dents. He was a mountain man, a family man, an genetics to traditional genealogy. Anthropological genetic explorer, a scout for Charles Freemont, a soldier, and genealogy involves the use of genealogical DNA testing an Indian agent. He participated in the Mexican– to determine the level of genetic relationship between American War, the Civil War, and was a General in the individuals. The New Mexico DNA Project was started in Navajo Roundup. Come and hear the story of the man 2004 to help individuals with roots to New Mexico con- with many hats. firm and validate genealogical research. The project con- Course: 00727 $20 For: 1 session sists of more than 1400 DNA samples of descendants of Section A: Aug 29 W 9:30am-11:30am the first Spanish colonists to New Mexico. The lecture CE South Building will begin with the first Spanish families and their genetic Lyle W. Holmen results. Questions of how they match, what ancestral ori- gin they have before the forming of the colony, and how anthropological genetic genealogy works in confirming genealogical research will all be answered. (This lecture is Trips and Tours offered twice.) Course: 00726 $20 For: 2 sessions Transportation for New Mexico Section A: Aug 1 W 9:30am-11:30am Trips and Tours Section B: Aug 23 Th 3:30pm-5:30pm Meet the bus or van at 1634 University Blvd. NE, Both sections: CE South Building east parking lot at least 15 minutes before Angel R. Cervantes departure. Billy the Kid and the Santa Fe Ring Pueblo Revolt Mesa Top Fortress Hike Billy the Kid was born in New York City in the early Travel Located in the Jemez Mountains, hidden atop a red 1800’s. Since this area was teaming with other poor immi- rock fortress, this little visited archaeological site holds grants, Billy’s mother sought a better life for her children extensive defensive walls and pueblo ruins that tell a and moved Billy and his brother to Santa Fe in the poignant story. The isolated mesa top was used by the Territory of New Mexico. Santa Fe was a lawless, rough Jemez peoples as a final refuge for their resistance to and tumble desert town ruled by factions competing forCulture the Spanish re-conquest of New Mexico following the land, wealth and political power. As a teenager, Billy fell in Pueblo revolt of 1680. Vargas attacked the mesa with the criminal element in Santa Fe, until he met a fortress on July 24, 1694. A steep, rocky path climbs rancher who was a law abiding leader of the town who almost 900 feet up to a magical world of pueblo ruins, became a father figure to Billy. The death of Billy the Kid, fortress walls and even piles of stones used to slow the under suspicious circumstances, remains an historical con- Spaniards inevitable progress. We will also stop at the troversy. Was he a victim of revenge and retaliation by Wallatowa Visitor’s Center after the hike. Guided by leaders of the Ring? Was Sherriff Pat Garrett a corrupted writer-photographer Mike Richie, this is a strenuous law officer who functioned as the assassin of Billy the Kid? climb, yet extremely rewarding for physically fit, expe-The Story of New Mexico These theories and more will be discussed in the class. rienced hikers who want both adventure and in depth Course: 00724 $60 For: 3 sessions historical perspectives. Fee includes guide and trans- Section A: Aug 14-18 TThSa 9:30am-12:00pm portation. Please take a lunch along. CE South Building Course: 00457 $89 For: 1 session Max Macauley Section B: Jun 2 Sa 7:00am-5:00pm The Civil War in Socorro CE North Building February 26, 2012 marked the 150th anniversary of the Michael Richie battle of Valverde, NM. In 1862 the Sibley brigade formed by the confederacy invaded the New Mexican ter- ritory, for the purposes of capturing the gold in southern Colorado and annexing the southwest to its territory. The annual re-enactment of this event in and around Socorro, New Mexico featured a rare tour of the old battle field, visits to local contemporary cemeteries, and an actual bat- tle re-enactment involving the Socorro Plaza. Dr. Bob Mallin, a surgical living history presenter, documented the event for this presentation. Course: 00728 $20 For: 1 session Section B: Aug 22 W 9:30am-11:30am CE South Building Robert Mallin, MD 74 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563
  • 76. Ceja Pelon Badlands Time Travel HikeJourney back 65 million years to the time the San JuanBasin was covered by thick, tropical jungles dotted withpalm tree fringed swamps. The dinosaurs were long gone,the first large mammals were beginning to dominate theecosystems, but still competed with crocodiles and giantflightless birds for survival. The Ceja Pelon Badlands pre-serves in stone a small portion of our planet’s earliestbroad-leafed rainforests. One of the biggest concentrationsof huge, colorful petrified logs in the southwest lies hid-den high atop stair step mesas. Brilliantly colored, giantquartz trunks and root balls lie crosswise in primeval logjams. The rippling, finely layered bedrock formed fromoriginal sand dunes, shorelines and stream beds is carvedinto numerous hoodoos and strangely shaped formations. Geologic Exploration into the Valles CalderaCharacter laden high desert trees accent the views far This one day field trip will enter the Valles Calderasouth past towering pinnacles to tiny Cabezon Butte on National Preserve, exploring the fascinating geologicthe horizon. This exercise in time travel is intended for story told by rock exposures inside the caldera. Sincereasonably fit, experienced cross country hikers. Fee the massive eruption that produced the calderaincludes transportation and guide. approximately 1.25 million years ago, the caldera hasCourse: 00510 $90 For: 1 session experienced profound changes, involving resurgentSection C: Jun 3 Su 8:00am-6:00pm uplift, numerous volcanic eruptions, lakes, and erosionCE North Building of the rim. Our journey will include a traverse across numerous scenic valleys inside the caldera, includingMichael Richie Valle Grande, Valle San Antonio, and Valle Toledo. IfBurque’s New Brews weather permits, we will also visit Obsidian Valley, aLa Cumbre, Nexus and Il Vicino Breweries will host us on major obsidian quarry for the ancestral puebloan cul-this tour. Recent national data shows a mid-year 15 per- tures. Wildlife sightings are common. Participants arecent growth in sales of craft beer, and Albuquerque cer- asked to bring adequate outdoor clothing. Feetainly is in on the national trend. Each of these breweries includes entry into the preserve, guide and transporta- Culturehas its own atmosphere; something that the owners and tion. Please take a lunch along.brewers feel sets them apart from their neighbors. The Course: 00554 $105 For: 1 sessionconsensus among all three is that business is good and that Section B: Jun 13 W 8:00am-6:00pmthe small, but growing brewing scene in Albuquerque is CE North Buildingsustainable. Fee includes lunch and transportation. Kirt Kempter, PhDCourse: 00725 $69 For: 1 session Lybrook Badlands: Hoodoo Gardens WalkSection A: Jun 9 Sa 10:30am-4:00pmCE North Building No matter how many times you’ve visited, every hike The Story of New Mexico in the Lybrook Badlands, one of the largest and mostLas Ventanitas Hike diverse of all the 15 San Juan Basin Badlands, involvesOne of El Malpais National Monument’s best kept secrets discovery. On this relaxing route we will walk theis the Las Ventanitas hike–a scenic, yet lightly traveled, extremely convoluted, middle level mesa edge weavingcross country route through soaring sandstone towers and through countless sandstone hoodoos and crouchingdelicate arches bordering the massive lava flow that gives gargoyles, complimented by venerable bonsai pon-the monument its name. Half a dozen arches (one a dou- derosa and junipers. Non-stop panoramas stretch outble arch) are hidden in a large scale sandstone hoodoo across hoodoo jungles and forested box canyonsmaze. Brilliant rose, orange and golden rock colors are beneath the crystal clear, sun drenched dome of cobaltaccented by subtle, pastel-toned desert varnish and tall, sky. The pace will be leisurely with plenty of time forpicturesque, cliff-clinging ponderosa pines. Prolific Anasazi photographers to snap away at the cornucopia of col-pottery shards and a petroglyph panel give mute testimony ors, forms and textures. Depending on the group pref-to the area’s long human history. A small Anasazi outlier erence we will also have the opportunity to climbpueblo sits on the mesa top above a 50-foot long natural down to the mesa base to view an impressive arch andarch with views across the contorted black lava fields. This even bigger trees. This hike is suitable for anyone withis a moderately strenuous cross country route suitable for an average fitness level and a minimum of cross coun-reasonably fit and experienced hikers. Fee includes trans- try hiking experience. Fee inlcudes transportation andportation and guide. hiking guide. Please take a lunch along.Course: 00615 $89 For: 1 session Course: 00619 $89 For: 1 sessionSection D: Jun 10 Su 8:00am-6:00pm Section D: Jun 16 Sa 8:00am-6:00pmCE North Building CE North BuildingMichael Richie Michael RichieOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563 75
  • 77. Sawtooth Mountains Hike The National Museum of Clustered along the Continental Divide just east of Nuclear Science & History Pietown, the Sawtooth Mountains jut straight above Learn the story of the Atomic Age from early develop- the desert floor like mysterious gothic castles. Carved ment and the Cold War to today’s peaceful uses. from 40 million year-old compacted volcanic ash, these Spend time learning about the history, scientific appli- soaring monoliths are sculpted into countless spires, cations, and future developments of nuclear energy pinnacles and knife thin buttressing fins, some of from a knowledgable docent who will explain exhibits. which are eroded completely through by huge, arching You will see important artifacts, including two auto- windows. Freestanding towers skyrocket 1000 feet up mobiles (one was the actual limo that carried Robert in massive cap rocks shaped like giant animal heads. Oppenheimer and other senior Mahattan Project offi- Huge old ponderosas, pinons, alligator junipers and cials to and from Los Alamos and the Trinity Site) and oaks complete the stunningly beautiful landscapes. the casings from the weapons dropped over Palomares, This cross country jaunt is for reasonably fit and expe- Spain, in 1966. After touring the Museum, take a spe- rienced hikers. Please take a lunch along. Fee includes cial “behind-the-scenes” tour with the Museum’s transportation and guide. Curator, where you will see how historical documents Course: 00699 $89 For: 1 session and artifacts are cared for and stored. The Museum is Section C: Jun 17 Su 7:00am-5:00pm a Smithsonian Affiliate and the only Congressionally CE North Building chartered Museum in New Mexico. After our tour, we Michael Richie will have lunch at the Owl Cafe. (The original Owl Cafe is on the road to the Trinity site in San Antonio, Georgia O’Keeffe Home and Studio Tour NM.) Fee includes guided tour of Museum, lunch and For seven decades Georgia O’Keeffe painted prolifical- transportation. ly, and almost exclusively, the flowers, animal bones, Course: 00710 $75 For: 1 session and landscapes around her studios in Lake George, Section B: Jul 21 Sa 9:00am-1:30pm New York, and New Mexico. These subjects, such as CE North Building Travel “Black Iris” became her signature images. Visit her home and studio in Abiqui for a wonderful look at her The Railyard of Santa Fe and Museum Hill surroundings, influences, and views. This is a fabulous The Santa Fe Railyard, today part park and part tour, and we’re privileged to live nearby! Fee includes upscale shopping development, had been slated for entrance fee, transportation and guide. We will lunch mega-developments several times since being aban-Culture at Abiquiu Inn Cafe (not included in fee). doned by railroad users. The Trust for Public Land Course: 00530 $95 For: 1 session acquired the land and buildings for preservation, and Section M: Jun 22 F 9:00am-5:00pm sponsored a design competition for the park. The CE North Building resulting park raises many interesting issues about his- toric preservation and adaptive re-use. Kim Sorvig, a Elephant class in Colorado Springs Santa Fe resident, wrote two articles about the compe- This is a day you won’t forget! We’re taking an ele- tition for national magazines. We will spend the morn- phant class in Colorado Springs at the Cheyenne ing at the Railyard, and after lunch, travel to MuseumThe Story of New Mexico Mountain Zoo. All you have to do is provide your Hill, to take in an exhibition at the Wheelwright own transportation and reserve a motel. This will be a Museum. In 2012 the Wheelwright Museum will cele- “Care of the Elephant” class, which will cover such brate its 75th anniversary with A Certain Fire: Mary topics as conservation, types of elephants, training Cabot Wheelwright Collects the Southwest, an exhibition concepts and education plans for teachers at all grade featuring exquisite textiles, metal work, wood carving, levels. This enriching class is done just for our pro- and pottery from Santa Fe’s premier institutions. Fee gram, and will be enjoyed by adults who are interested includes Railrunner tickets to Santa Fe and talk by in animal care and conservation. Photo opportunites Professor Sorvig on location. abound! Fee includes class only. Course: 00729 $92 For: 1 session Course: 00540 $135 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 28 Sa 7:00am-5:00pm Section C: Jun 30 Sa 8:00am-5:00pm CE North Building CE North Building Kim Sorvig, Research Associate Professor, UNM School of Architecture & Planning “ We absolutely love your one-day trips to different parts of New Mexico, learning history as we go. There is so much to know. — Story of New Mexico student ” 76 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563
  • 78. International Travel Spanish School, Costa Rica Learn Spanish by total immersion in Heredia, Costa Rica! This school was founded in 1991 by the Najarro Morales family. The teaching staff is trained and expe- rienced in the art of teaching Spanish as a second lan- guage, and works hard at accommodating its students. The small town of San Joaquin de Flores, where we will be staying with host families, is a middle class sub- urb near Heredia, Alajuela and San José–the perfect location for students who want to experience the true culture of Costa Rica, and have access to metropolitan areas. Our day will begin at 8:00, and we will have class (with a break at 10:00) until 12:00 p.m. The school has diverse travel opportunities arranged everySanta Fe Opera—Tosca afternoon and on weekends, for an additional cost.Ah, Tosca! Bewitched by her glamour and charisma, (Please see web page.) You won’t want to miss thiseven the hated Baron Scarpia called her la divina. See opportunity! Please make your own airline reservationswhy Puccinis Tosca became the defining role for to San Jose, Costa Rica, and arrive on Sunday, AugustBernhardt and Callas, and now the soprano Amanda 5. We will be picked up there by the staff. To insureEchalaz whose performances as Tosca in London had this price and to stay with a host family, please registerEuropean critics groping for superlatives. Chief by June 8. Cancellation fee is $600. No cancellationConductor Frédéric Chaslin is on the podium. Fee requests will be accepted after July 28. Single supple-includes transportation, $40 or $58 tickets, and a deli- ment is additional. Note: Fee includes tuition, lodg-cious buffet supper on the grounds, which offer spec- ing, most meals (no lunches) and travel insurance.tacular views of the surrounding mountains. Course: 00375 $2300 For: 10 sessions CultureCourse: 00627 $160 For: 1 session Section B: Aug 5-18 SaSu 8:00am-8:00pmSection A: Aug 11 Sa 4:30pm-1:30am Note: Please register by June 8. Airfare is notCourse: 00627 $180 For: 1 session included.Section B: Aug 11 Sa 4:30pm-1:30am Albuquerque International AirportBoth sections: CE North BuildingDesiree MaysSanta Fe Opera—The Pearl FishersBefore there was Carmen, there was The Pearl Fishers, The Story of New Mexicothe score that established the 24-year-old Bizet as agenius. The Pearl Fishers shimmers with the beauty ofits exotic setting, and includes one of the most cher-ished duets in the entire operatic literature, sung bybest friends Nadir (tenor Eric Cutler) and Zurga (bari-tone Christopher Magiera) who vie for the love ofpriestess Leila (soprano Nicole Cabell). Fee includestransportation, $38 or $53 tickets, and a delicious buf-fet supper on the grounds, which offer spectacularviews of the surrounding mountains.Course: 00630 $160 For: 1 sessionSection A: Aug 25 Sa 4:30pm-1:30amCourse: 00630 $180 For: 1 session Get Great Photos of Your Trips!Section B: Aug 25 Sa 4:30pm-1:30am Get the most out of your camera with ourBoth sections: CE North Building Digital Photography classes. Learn how toDesiree Mays edit your photos with our Photoshop and Photoshop Elements classes. See page 62.Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563 77
  • 79. Travel CultureOsher Lifelong Learning Institute 78 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6179
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  • 81. Convenient Contact issued upon request. Most Growth & Enrichment classes are held in Information Albuquerque. We do offer classes on the For registration information, class avail- Westside. For more information, call 505- ability, class cancellations or 277-6320. UNM Continuing Education is waiting lists, call 505-277-0077. If you a self-sustaining department. All courses need information on course have set minimums and decisions on content, call 505-277-6320. course cancellations are made 2-3 days prior to the start date of each class. Marie McGhee Suggestions on any of the Growth & Please don’t wait until the last minute to Enrichment Program courses are always register. Senior Program Manager welcome! Please write to: Tuition Remission Marie McGhee has been with Marie McGhee UNM Staff & Faculty: Yes, your tuition UNM Continuing Education remission may be applied towards UNM Continuing Education MSC07 4030 approved Health and Fitness courses as since 2006, working with 1 University of New Mexico well as Business and Technology training. Custom Training and Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001 Please refer to the UNM Business Policy 3700 at http://www.unm.edu/ Professional Development We’re Here To Help ~ubppm/ubppmanual/3700.htm for before serving as the manager Students requiring special accommoda- complete Tuition Remission policy infor- of the Growth & Enrichment tions or students who have comments, mation. It is the employee’s responsibility questions or suggestions should contact to monitor their use of Tuition Remission. Program. Strongly believing that the Senior Program Manager, Please Note: IRS Regulations require that a core aspect of any university’s Marie McGhee. UNM is in tuition remission benefits used to register mission is to bridge with the compliance with the Rehabilitation Act of for Health and Fitness courses listed 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities under the Personal Enrichment section of community, Marie loves the Act of 1990. this catalog, be included as taxable opportunity to collaborate with G&E Courses Are income and subject to withholding. Continuing Education’s stellar Open to Everyone For questions regarding the UNM roster of instructors to develop tuition remission benefit, call the and offer courses of interest Registration is open to all adults (eight- benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. een years and older) regardless of edu- and lifelong learning for the cational background. In some cases,Growth & Enrichment New Mexico community. classes are open to younger persons; this Marie’s own interests in the exception is noted in the particular course description. In all but a few cours- arts, language acquisition, trav- es, there are no examinations, transcripts, el, and photography have led credits or grades, although certificates are her to take many of the cours- es offered through the Growth Teach a Class With Us & Enrichment Program, which Is there a specialty you’ve developed that no one else can do? Have you spent a has 200 instructors, more than lifetime of study on a favorite topic? Share the rewards of your knowledge with the 10,000 students a year and Albuquerque community. It’s easier than you think. Submit a course proposal to over 50 locations throughout the program manager. Call 505-277-9350 to request that an instructor applicationBusiness Policies the Albuquerque area. be mailed to you, stop by to pick one up from our receptionist, or download a PDF from our website: dce.unm.edu. Phone 505-277-6320 Application deadlines Fax 505-277-8975 Semester Turn in by Fall 2012 April 9, 2012 Email mmcghee@unm.edu Spring 2013 August 1, 2012 Summer 2013 January 5, 2013 80
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Personal Growth Yoga For Folks Over Fifty . . . . . . . . . . .92 Home & Garden Restorative Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92 Landscape Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101Humanities Yoga for Back Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93 Upholstery Basics . . . . . . . . . . . .101Middle Eastern Film . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85 Yoga for Athletes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93 Herbal Remedy Garden . . . . . . . . . . .101Buddhism Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85 Yoga for Lunch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93Foreign Film Buffs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85 Pilates: Reformer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93Unlocking the Mysteries Fitness Boxing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94 Personal Enrichment of Chinese Culture . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85 Train like a Fighter: Kickboxing . . . . . .94Languages Introduction to Aikido . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94 AquaticsFrench I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86 The Nia Technique . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94 Swimming: Level I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102Italian Beginning I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86 T’ai Chi Chih®: Beginning . . . . . . . . . .94 Swimming Conditioning . . . . . . . . . . .102Italian Conversation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86 Weight Lifting for Women . . . . . . . . . .95 Swimming: Parent/Child (6 mo-3 yrs)102Spanish I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86 Weight Lifting for Seniors . . . . . . . . . . .95 Swimming: Parent/Child (3-7 yrs) . . .102Medical Spanish . . . . . . . . . . . . .87 T’ai Chi Ch’uan–Traditional Yang Style Swimming for Children/ Long Form: Beginners . . . . . . . . . . .95 Experienced Beginners . . . . . . . . . .102Spanish for Travelers . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87 Yoga Core Flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95 ArtsConversational Spanish Part I . . . . . . .87 Yoga Basics 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95 Drawing on the Right SideContinuing Education for Teachers of Spanish as a Second Language 87 Alignment and Flow Yoga . . . . . . . . . .95 of the Brain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103Basic Navajo Language . . . . . . . . . . . .87 Yoga for Weight Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96 Experimental Drawing Prenatal Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96 and Mixed Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103Money Matters Level 2 Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96 Drawing Graphite, Pencil,ABC’s of Investing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87 Pen and Ink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103 Zumba® Aerobic Dance . . . . . . . . . . . .96Complete Financial Planning Primer . .88 Portrait Drawing: Beginning . . . . . . . .103 Salsaerobics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96Art of Investing and Portfolio Sketching on the Go! . . . . . . . .103 Yin Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96 Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88 Perspective Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104 Power Flow Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . .96Smart, Savvy Women . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88 Painting with Acrylics . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104 Men’s Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97Wills: A Dead Give Away . . . . . . . . . . .88 A Painting A Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104 Vinyasa Flow Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . .97You Only Retire Once: Paint Without Numbers Do it Right the First Time! . . . . . . . .88 Alternative Methods to and Color Outside the Lines . . . . .104 Strength Training . . . . . . . . . . .97You Can Own Your Own Home . . . . .89 Shibori: The Japanese Art Stretch/Strength/Total Fitness! . .97 of Fabric Dyeing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104Reading & Writing Matwork for Seniors . . . . . . . . . . .97 Expressive Color in Oil Pastels . . . . . .105Beginning Fiction Writing . . . . . . . . . . .89 My Body–My Life . . . . . . . . . . . . .97 Beginning Landscape Oil Painting . . .105Creative Writing for Fun Only . . . . . . .89 Restorative PreNatal Yoga . . . . . .98 The Art of Mixing Colors:Surrealist Writing Games . . . . . . .89 Contemporary, Modern Dance An Introduction to Painting . . . . . . .105Fearless Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89 Techniques for Fitness . . . . . . .98 Modeling the Head In Clay . . . . . . . .105 Growth & EnrichmentJournal Writing For Relaxation Raku Fired Handbuilt Pottery . . . . . . .105 Creativity and More . . . . . . . . . . . . .89 Learn to Heal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98 Trial by Fire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105Writing Women’s Fiction . . . . . . . . . . .90 You Can Manifest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98 Raku Pottery Potluck . . . . . . . . .106The New Age of Publishing... What It Means To You . . . . . . . . . . .90 Consumers Guide to Herbs Clay Sculpture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106 and Other Supplements . . . . . . . . .98 Stoneware and Raku Pottery . . . . . . .106Write Your Book Right Now... You Can! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90 Introduction to Reiki . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98 Cartooning TechniquesWriting Short Stories Yoga For Your Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99 For Everyone . . . . . . . . . . . . .106 From Start to Finish . . . . . . . . . . . . .90 Yoga Nidra: Deep Relaxation . . . . . . . .99 Beginning Jewelry/Metals . . . . . . . . . .106Walk, Look and Write: Yoga: Breathe and Restore . . . . . . . . . .99 Continuing Jewelry/Metals . . . . . . . . .107 Descriptive Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91 Therapeutic Massage . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99 Brass and Copper Etchings . . . .107Fitness Cycling 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91 Massage Techniques for Caregivers . . .99 Visions Collage Workshop . . . . . . . . . .107Yoga for the Rest of Us . . . . . . . . . . . .91 Integrated Amrita Meditation Technique- The Art of the Beeswax Collage . . . . .107 Table of ContentsYoga: Gentle Fitness for 50+ . . . . . . .91 Connecting to Inner Peace & Joy . .100 Mosaic with Vintage ChinaYoga Basics: The Fundamentals . . . . .91 Guided Meditation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 and Found Objects . . . . . . . . . . . . .107Feldenkrais Method: Awarness Relax and Recharge The Luminous Collage . . . . . . . . . . . .107 Through Movement Workshop . . . .92 for the Weekend . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 The Art of Papermaking . . . . . . . . . . .108Health & Fitness Tame Your Toxic World . . . . . . .100 Assemblage Workshop 101 . . . . . . . .108Yoga: Harmony in Body and Mind Gentle Senior Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 ArtBiz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108 (Iyengar style) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92 Thai Massage With Partners . . . . . . . .100 Resin...For the Fun Of It . . . . . . . . . . .108Women’s Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92 Shiatsu Massage: Scalp, Face, Life Journey: A Creative Memoir . . . .108 Shoulders, & Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 81
  • 83. Anything Goes! - Open Studio . . . . . .108 Silver Jewelry Using Metal Clay . . . . .115 Maxwell Museum Children’s Bonne Cuisine Stained Glass: Beginning . . . . . . . . . .116 Summer Camp (ages 8-12) . . . . . .124 The Art of Baking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109 Introduction to Glass Fusing . . . . . . . .116 Creative Arts Camp presented by the NM Jazz Workshop (ages 6-12) . . . . . .124 Sensational Salads . . . . . . . . . . .109 Stained Glass Advanced . . . . . . . . . . .116 Clay Creations Half-Day Camp Breakfast For Dinner . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109 Glass Fusing Beyond the Basics . . . . .116 (ages 6-10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124 Chocolate: A Divine Decadence . . . .109 Early NM Punched Tin Work . . . . . . . .116 Half-Day Drum Camp (ages 7-14) . .124 Stir Fry Made Easy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109 T-Shirt Quilts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116 Drum Building Camp (ages 9-14) . . .124 Cooking With Seasonal Products . . . .109 Reversible Table Runner . . . . . .116 The Magic of Realistic Drawing Mysteries of Fish Cooking . . . . . . . . . .109 Sewing: Beginning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117 (ages 10-14) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124 French Bistro Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . .110 Sewing: Advanced Beginning . . . . . . .117 Funny Pictures: Cartooning for Kids Mangia Italiano . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110 Summer Sock Workshop . . . . . . . . . .117 (ages 8-12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124 Paella Valenciana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110 Drawing Skills for Video Artists Leisure Time Activities (ages 10-16) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 Mediterranean Table . . . . . . . . . . . . .110 Whitewater Kayaking Made Easy . . . .117 Website Design for Kids Exploring the Cuisine of India . . . . . . .110 (ages 8-12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 Golf I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Vegetarian Feast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110 Computer Video Game Design Golf II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Canning Vegetables and Mini-Camp (ages 10-16) . . . . . . .125 Making Jams and Jellies . . . .110 Golf: Secrets for Success with the Shortgame . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Advanced Computer Game Design New Mexico Red or Green . . . . . . . . .110 (ages 10-16) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 Horseback Riding: Beginning . . . . . . .118 Cooking 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111 High Desert Yoga Camp Horseback Riding: Intermediate . . . . .118 Cooking 102 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111 (ages 6-11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 Rock Climbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 The Business of Catering . . . . . . . . . .111 Parent and Toddler Yoga High Ropes Confidence (ages 2-5 with parent) . . . . . . . . . .125 A Repertoire of Sauces . . . . . . . . . . . .111 Course for Women and Men . . . . .119 Culinary Tour of Italy . . . . . . . . . . . . .111 Hola Amigos! Spanish Language Tennis: Beginning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119 for Kids (ages 6-10) . . . . . . . . . . . .125 Low Fat and Luscious . . . . . . . . . . . . .111 Tennis: Intermediate . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119 Sewing for Animal Lovers Gluten Free Baking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111 (ages 6-16) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 Tapas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111 Music, Dance, & Theatre Harmonica for Beginners . . . . . . . . . .119 Easy Sew Nightshirt & Pillowcase Six Ingredients or Less . . . . . . . . . . . .112 (ages 6-16) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 Introduction to Hammered Dulcimer 119 Pressure Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112 Tae Kwon Do for Children Beginning Piano . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119 (ages 6-12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 Cooking on a Budget . . . . . . . . . . . . .112 Beginning Piano 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 Born to Draw: A Children’s Drawing Spices and Rubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112 Group Piano 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 Program (ages 7-11) . . . . . . . . . . .126 Cuisine in 30 Minutes or Less . . . . . .112 Group Piano 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 Art & Design for Teens & Tweens Cooking for Lunch: (ages 10-15) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 Cool Summer Foods . . . . . . .112 Piano Second Time Around . . . . . . . .120 Tango . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 Color for Teens & Tweens Cooking for Lunch: (ages 10-15) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 Easy Chicken . . . . . . . . . . . . .112 Belly Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 Make Your Own Herbal Blends Communication Country Western Dance . . . . . . . . . . .120 (ages 10-14) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 Our Existence After Life . . . . . . . . . . . .113 L.A. Style Salsa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121 High Ropes for Youth Loving What Is: The Work of HOT! HOT!! HOT!!! Salsa . . . . . . . . . . .121 (ages 10-17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127 Byron Katie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113 Fundamental Country Western Dance121 Architecture & Design Career Discover West Coast Swing and Jitterbug . . . . .121 Camp for Teens (ages 14-17) . . . .127Growth & Enrichment Mindful Living . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113 The Laughter Workshop . . . . . . . . . . .113 Basic Acting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121 Film Camp (ages 13-18) . . . . . . . . . .127 Your Dreams Talk To You . . . . . . . . . .113 Singing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121 Hacker High School (ages 12-17) . . .127 Introduction to Constellation Work .113 Singing for Those Who Can’t Sing . . .121 Introduction to Silversmithing and Jewelry Making (ages 13-17) 127 Singing Just For Fun . . . . . . . . . . . . . .122 Crafts & Hobbies Easy & Fabulous Jewelry Etching Bead Stringing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114 Photography (ages 13-17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127 Make Your Own Vintage Photography and Intuition . . . . . . . . .122 Beginning Rock Climbing Typewriter Key Bracelet . . . . . . . . . .114 (ages 13-17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 Potpourri Tae Kwon Do/Self-Defense for Teens Creative Wire Rings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114 Introduction to Private Investigation . .122 (ages 13-17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 Creative Wire Wrapping: Basic Circle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114 Travvy Savvy — Travel Smart . . . . . . . .122 Tween/Teen Yoga (ages 12-17) . . . .128 Creative Wire Wrapping: Coiling . . . . .114 Youth WestsideTable of Contents Creative Wire Wrapping: On-Campus Day Camp: Fitness Cycling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91 Flat Spiral . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114 (ages 6-8 & 9-10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123 Yoga: Gentle Fitness for 50+ . . . . . . . .91 Creative Wire Wrapping: Early Bird Camp Care . . . . . . . . . . . . .123 Earring Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114 FUNdamental Country Western Youth Sports Fitness (ages 6-14) . . .123 Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 Lovely Pins from Vintage Tins . . . . . . .115 Amusement Park Mania Half-Day FUNdamental Salsa Hands on Auto Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . .115 LEGO Camp (ages 6-10) . . . . . . . .123 and Latin Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 The Pampered Lady . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115 LEGO Space Camp (ages 6-12) . . . .124 Body Products Made at Home I . . . .115 LEGO Remote Control Mania Herbal Soapmaking—Cold Process . . .115 (ages 6-12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124 82 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 84. UNM Continuing Education has been offering non-credit classes to the residents of the greater Albuquerque area since1928. In response to ever-increasing demand for education programs held at neighborhood locations, off-campus classofferings continue to grow. Find one in your neighborhood!If you have any comments or suggestions concerning off-campus classes, or know of locations for classes to be held,please write to: Growth & Enrichment Program, UNM Continuing Education, MSC07 4030, 1 University of New Mexico,Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001.Northeast Hot Flash Glass, Inc. 2111 San Mateo NE (on San Mateo south ofA Time To Relax Yoga Studio Indian School)11603 Menaul (East of Juan Tabo) Jewish Community Center (JCC)Aikido of Albuquerque 5520 Wyoming Blvd. NE (Wyoming and Academy)5600 McLeod NE, Suite D (Between San Mateo &San Pedro) Kickstand Bicycle Shop 11145-B Menaul NE (NW Corner of Juan Tabo and MenaulAlbuquerque Shin - Budo Kai Dojo in the Foothills Shopping Center)3100-A San Mateo NE (San Mateo and Candelaria) Los Altos Christian ChurchApple Mountain Music 11900 Haines NE (one block south of Indian School,10301 Comanche NE (Comanche and Morris) one block east of Juan Tabo)APS Aztec Complex Mike’s Iron Gym2611 Eubank NE (Eubank and Candelaria) 1214 San Pedro NE (Lomas and San Pedro)Arbor Counseling Monte Vista Christian Church2501 San Pedro Dr, Suite 102 3501 Campus Blvd. NEAyurvedic Institute (one block North of Central between Carlisle and one block11311 Menaul Blvd. NE (East of Juan Tabo) East of Monte Vista)Baila! Baila! New Heart Center for Wellness2801 Girard NE (Girard and Candelaria) 601 Lomas Blvd. NEBernina Sewing Center Nickel Acupuncture4520 Alexander Blvd. NE (Montaño at I-25) 3212 Monte Vista NEBody Balance Yoga (corner of Campus & Monte Vista)3705 Westerfeld Dr. NE (Comanche and Eubank) Peacecraft StoreContinuing Education (CE) 3215 Central NE (Between Bryn Mawr and Wellesley onNorth & South Buildings Central)1634 University Blvd. NE (Indian School and University) The Quilt Works 11117 Menaul NE (Menaul & Juan Tabo) Growth & EnrichmentCoyote Clay School5107 Edith NE (Edith south of Montaño) REICrystal Mountain 1550 Mercantile Ave NE (I-25 and Montano)5041 Indian School Rd. NE, Ste. 400 Rosales Karate & Kickboxing Academy(between Carlisle & San Mateo) 3208 San Mateo NE (San Mateo & Montgomery)Duke City Bridge Club Selah Studio8616 Northeastern Blvd NE (one block north of 7120 Wyoming Blvd. NE, Ste. 17 (at San Antonio & Harper)Indian School & Wyoming) Shedden PilatesFarfesha Studios 3610 Campus NE9577 Osuna NE (Just west of Eubank) Studio PizazzGood Samaritan Society Manzano Del Sol Village 4111 Louisiana Blvd. NE5201 Roma Ave. NE (San Mateo & Lomas Studio Sway Location GuideHancock Fabrics 105 Jefferson St. NE (near Washington & Central in Nob Hill)3157 San Mateo Blvd NE (between Comanche and T’ai Chi Chih CenterCandelaria on San Mateo) 3107 Eubank NE, Ste. 19Healing Gate (SW corner of Scottsdale Village)3212 Monte Vista NE Wellspring Center for YogaHigh Desert Yoga— Nob Hill 5500 San Mateo NE, #103 (east side of San Mateo before4600 Copper NE (corner of Copper & Jefferson) Academy)Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 83
  • 85. Northwest Private Studios AAA Solar Aragon Studio 2021 Zearing NW (Rio Grande and I-40) 421-Broadway SE (NW Corner of Broadway and Coal) Canine Country Club Berrenberg Office 7327 4th St. NW (one mile north of Osuna) 3876 Masthead NE (Jefferson and Masthead) Garfield Middle School Cooley Home 3501 6th St. NW 608 Val Verde SE (Washington and Lead) Jan’s on 4th Diener Studio 10004 4th Street NW (North of Alameda) 500 2nd Street SW (corner of Coal & 2nd) Ladera Golf Course Feher Office 3401 Ladera Drive NW (Sequoia and Unser) 5800 McLoed NE, Ste. E (east of San Mateo, north of Music Magic Studio Montgomery) 2113 Charleviox St. NW (Romer & Charleviox in Old Town) Forrester Studio Park Fine Art Gallery 418 Arno St. SE, Apt. B (Coal and Broadway) 20 First Galleria Plaza #65 (2nd & Copper next to Johnson Office Convention Center) 1709 Moon NE (Near Moon & Indian School) Quilts Olé Kostranchuk Office 3923 Corrales Rd (West on Alameda north on 1400 Carlisle Blvd NE, Ste. B Corrales Rd.) (SE corner of Carlisle & Constitution) Rio Grande Nature Center Lerma Studio 2901 Candelaria Rd. NW (Candelaria west of Rio Grande) 10101 2nd St. NW (north of Alameda) Spiritual Renewal Center Sailer Studio 6400 Coors Blvd. NW 8401 Dunhill SW (Bridge & Unser) Taft Middle School Segara Residence 620 Schulte Rd. NW (one block north of 4th & Osuna 7813 Indian School Rd. NE (between Wyoming & intersection) Pennsylvania) Streett Studio Southeast 1675 Murray Loop (Bosque Farms) Cosmos Tapas Restaurant Sturges Studio 4200 Central Ave SE 346 Tyler Rd. NW (Just west of Washington on Central) Westside and Rio Rancho Locations Double Time Dance Studio 112 Morningside SE (Central & Morningside) Canine Country Club 4201 Marna Lynn NW (west on Paseo, right on Eagle Highland High School Pool Ranch, left on Paradise to Marna Lynn) 4700 Coal SE (San Mateo & Zuni) Dance Emporium Lloyd Shaw Studio’s 1550 Stephanie, Suite 101 5506 Coal Ave. SE Dance Place Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center 1005 21st. St. SE, Suite AGrowth & Enrichment 501 Elizabeth SE (Eubank & Southern south of Central) Defined Fitness Maple Street Dance Space 6201 Riverside Plaza Ln. NW 111 Maple St. SE (off of Central behind Kanajian Rugs) Rio Rancho High School Puerto Del Sol Golf Course 301 Loma Colorado NE (NM 528 north to 1800 Girard SE (Girard & Gibson) High Resort Blvd. west to Loma Colorado) Santa Ana Golf Club Southwest 288 Prairie Star Rd. (Bernalillo) 3rd Street Arts UNM West 711 3rd St. SW 2600 College Blvd. (King Road & Unser) UNM Championship Golf Course Unity of Albuquerque and Rio Rancho (south on 1-25, exit east on Rio Bravo) 4801 Montaño NW, Suite A-6 Mudfish PotteryLocation Guide 2281 Wilbur SW (west on Bridge past Sunset to Tapia) East Mountain Locations McFarland Studio 46 Piñon Heights (Sandia Park) Mountain Meadow Neighborhood Garden 242 Piñon Trail (Cedar Crest) Studio Yantra (Tijeras) 84 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 86. HumanitiesMiddle Eastern FilmIn this seven week class we will view films from fivecountries that have been in the U.S. new for the lastfew years: Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Palestine andIsrael. Following each film we will have discussionsbased on questions formulated specifically for eachfilm. Additionally, a few clips and/or short films fromthe U.S. and Canada will be shown in order to illus-trate how fundamentally differently images of theMiddle East are both presented and viewed in theWest as compared to the Middle East itself.Course: 08553 $95 For: 7 sessionsSection A: Jun 12-Jul 31 M 1:00pm-4:00pmNote: Class will not meet on July 10. Unlocking the Mysteries of Chinese CultureCE South Building Explore the true China with a local who grew upTeresa Cutler-Broyles there: Is it really a communist country? What is theBuddhism Basics reality of the One Child Policy? Is Chinese writing justNearly 2600 years ago, Prince Siddhartha, a young random scribbles? Using Chinese written characters asnobleman, left the comforts of his wife, his family and a doorway into each topic discover the truth about:his palatial trappings to become a wandering ascetic life in modern China, social relationships, corruption,searching for life’s meaning. Unfulfilled, he lay down traditional weddings, the many facets of Chinese lan-under a bodhi tree and vowed not to arise until he guage, and more. Bring your questions and yourfully realized life’s meaning and mystery. He arose as curiosity! Required texts: Living Abroad in China,Gautama Buddha, the Awakened One. From forty Stuart Strother and Barbara Strother. Moon Press.years’ teachings of that experience, Buddhism was Text is available at the UNM Bookstore. Growth & Enrichmentborn. Begin to develop a mastery for your own life. Course: 08558 $70 For: 4 sessionsExplore Buddha’s enlightenment within the Four Section A: Jul 11-Aug 1 W 6:15pm-8:15pmNoble Truths. Challenge yourself to enjoy fully life’s UNM North Buildingbounty in the exploration of the Noble Eightfold Path. Chang Liu, M.A. LinguisticsThis course is open to any person of any faith with orwithout any present or prior spiritual inclination or Foreign Film Buffsdevelopment. Foreign films are interesting to us because they comeCourse: 08556 $105 For: 4 sessions from a different background. The stories, direction,Section A: Jul 10-31 T 7:00pm-9:00pm costuming, etc. are based upon the particular culture ofCE North Building the country. We will explore a variety of films from dif-Valerie Roth ferent countries, chosen in class. Our last film will be an American musical, because this is what we do best and Humanities we can contrast it with other films we have seen. Some Register Now! Continuing Education is a you may have seen; some you may have missed, but self-sustaining department. All courses have set they will all be worth seeing and discussing. minimum enrollments and decisions on course Course: 08568 $95 For: 8 sessions cancellations are made 2-3 days prior to the Section A: Jun 14-Aug 2 Th 9:00am-12:00pm start date of each class. Please don’t wait until CE South Building the last minute to register. Leatrice WilsonOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 85
  • 87. French I Have you ever been handed a menu in a French restaurant and wondered what Coq au Vin, Escargots, Languages Huitres, Grenouilles Provencales and Salade Nicoise meant - and then tried to pronounce it? Here’s an UNM Employees: opportunity to not only decipher those curious dishes, You may use your tuition remission benefit but to go beyond menu-ordering. With this class, you will explore L’Art de Vivre – the art of living in for all classes listed in the Languages sec- France; from home to cafe lounging, fine cuisine and tion. For complete Tuition Remission policy how to enjoy life. Learning a language is also discover- information please contact the benefits office ing a culture so there will be history lessons on gas- at 505-277-MyHR. tronomy as well as a wine and cheese tour of France. It is an enjoyable way to learn French with such topic! Students should bring a map of France to class. Express Interactive Chinese Course: 09604 $110 For: 14 sessions Two characters, (woman) and (boy) combine to mean Section A: Jun 6-Jul 25 MW 6:00pm-8:00pm “good.” Why is this so? And what on earth does a Note: No class on July 4. “big sheep” have to do with America? How can you CE South Building order a sumptuous roasted duck in Bejing? Using Anne-Marie Stimson, BA Chinese written characters as a doorway into five top- ics, you will learn how to exchange greetings, intro- Italian Beginning I duce yourself and your family, order drinks and food, Start to converge on everyday subjects in Italian. and uncover the exotic, modern customs of China. Explore a new world through learning Italian and have You will role play in each lesson with sentence based fun while doing it! Begin to acquire Italian through learning. You will be given custom made hand-outs for songs, gestures, jokes, and recipes. This is the class to each topic. Join this made-in-China speaker on this take if you want to develop confidence with a new lan- exciting voyage! Required Text: Read and Speak guage. Required Text: Ultimate Italian: Beginner- Chinese for Beginners (CD) by Read and Speak Intermediate. Living Language, Random House. Text Languages for Beginners. Text is available at the UNM is available at the UNM Bookstore. Bookstore. Course: 09612 $110 For: 10 sessions Course: 09603 $85 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 5-Jul 12 TTh 6:00pm-8:00pm Section A: Jun 5–Jul 24 T 6:15pm-8:15pm Note: Class will not meet on June 26 & 28. UNM North Building CE South Building Chang Liu Cristina Baccin Italian Conversation Know a little Italian? Brush up your conversational skills with this class for advanced beginners. We’ll con- verse about contemporary Italian topics as if we wereGrowth & Enrichment enjoying a coffee together in a typical piazza bar. Course: 09614 $110 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Jul 11 W 6:00pm-8:00pm Dos Mundos—A Spanish Curriculum Note: Class will not meet on June 27 & July 4. CE South Building Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III and Spanish IV use Cristina Baccin the same textbook, Dos Mundos, 7th Edition. These are structured classes that give students the founda- Spanish I tion and understanding of grammar. As soon as stu- This is an introductory course for students without dents learn enough basic vocabulary in Spanish I, any previous experience with the Spanish language. We they are engaged in easy conversation. In Spanish II, will begin with Spanish sounds and the alphabet. The focus of the class is basic communication skills throughLanguages the students have more time for conversation, apply- vocabulary as well as basic grammar. Text is available at ing what they are learning in class. In Spanish III, the the UNM Bookstore. Required Text: Dos Mundos, first hour is spent reviewing vocabulary and grammar, McGraw Hill, 7th Edition. and the second hour concentrates on conversation. Course: 09619 $110 For: 14 sessions Advanced Spanish Conversation is completely taught Section A: Jun 11-Jul 30 MW 6:30pm-8:30pm in Spanish. When students complete the four semes- Note: No class on July 4. ters, they should feel comfortable in conversations CE South Building away from the classroom. Alexandra Riera 86 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 88. Medical Spanish approaches, individual learner characteristics, strategies and styles, the role of culture in the language classrom,The Medical Spanish Course is for the medical and and the use of technology in language teaching. Overhealth science professional who needs to improve their five days we will discuss different teaching methods,communication with Hispanic patients and use medical create our own teaching materials, plan classes, andterminology correctly at their work place. The Spanish review resources for learning Spanish.course you need - to give your patients the best care Course: 09633 $350 For: 5 sessionspossible. Section A: Jul 16-20 MTWThF 8:00am-12:00pmCourse: 09623 $99 For: 8 sessions CE South BuildingSection A: Jul 10-Aug 2 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pmCE South Building Carlos Soler MontesRossana Bartra Basic Navajo LanguageSpanish for Travelers This course will introduce students to the basics of oral and written Navajo language enabling them toThe perfect course to refresh your memory of high converse in everyday Navajo language. Emphasis willschool or college Spanish before embarking on your be on developing basic vocabulary used in common,adventures in Spain or Latin America. Converse with daily situations, e.g., greetings, simple requests, andothers also planning a trip soon or just wanting to descriptive statements. Required Text: Dine Bizaadpractice what they know in a relaxed, informal atmos- by Irvy W. Goossen. Text is available at the UNMphere. Get up to speed for your upcoming travels with Bookstore.this fun-filled class taught by a lifelong traveler and Course: 09638 $95 For: 9 sessionssomeone with first-hand knowledge. Section A: Jun 7-Aug 2 Th 6:00pm-8:00pmCourse: 09624 $95 For: 8 sessions CE South BuildingSection A: Jun 7-Jul 26 Th 6:30pm-8:30pmCE South Building Esther Yazzie-LewisPedro S. TorresConversational Spanish Part I Money MattersThis class is a practical guide for those who haveSpanish speaking experience and are motivated to con- ABC’s of Investingverse but lack skills, vocabulary, and confidence. Develop your investment skills with the basics you willThrough a progression of nouns, verbs, and other learn in this course. Be more confident in your deci-parts of speech, students are given the tools and struc- sions regarding stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. We’llture which will enable them to be understood. This begin with setting your goals, personal financial state-fun, total immersion adventure in language learning is ments, and the time value of money as well as how totaught through context. Students should have a basic benchmark your personal progress. We will discussunderstanding of grammar and sentence structure. risks, inflation and the basics of bonds, bills, notes,Note: Taking Spanish I & II before enrolling in this bond ratings, yields and issuing agencies. We will alsoclass is strongly recommended. This is not a beginning cover stocks: the history of the market and researchinglevel class. and purchasing stocks. Learn how to research mutual Growth & EnrichmentCourse: 09625 $95 For: 8 sessions funds and how they’re managed, including salesSection A: Jun 5-Jul 24 T 6:30pm-8:30pm charges. The last session highlights various popularCE SouthBuilding investment strategies and how investor behavior influ-Pedro S. Torres ences decisions. Suggested reading and Internet research sites are provided. Tuition includes one indi-Continuing Education for Teachers vidual session with instructor for portfolio review andof Spanish as a Second Language planning.This course is a theoretical and practical overview of Course: 11700 $70 For: 5 sessionsthe process and issues related to the teaching and Section A: Jun 14-28 TTh 6:00pm-7:45pmlearning of Spanish as a second language. We will Berrenberg Office in NE Areaexplore the latest theories of second language acquisi-tion, second laguage pedagogy, methodological Terri Berrenberg, CFP, CFEd, MBA Money Matters Register Now! Continuing Education is a self-sustaining department. All courses have set minimum enrollments and decisions on course cancellations are made 2-3 days prior to the start date of each class. Please don’t wait until the last minute to register.Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 87
  • 89. Complete Financial Planning Primer Learn how to take control of your financial future and how to make wise financial decisions. This comprehen- sive class provides a broad overview of the entire finan- cial planning process. Financial success is a choice. Topics covered in class include: how to take that criti- cal first step to maximize your returns and minimize risk; asset allocation; and investment strategies for the future. Learn to plan for your children’s college educa- tion, make wise decisions before and during retirement and protect your assets through estate planning. Tuition includes one individual session with the instructor for a financial planning evaluation. Course: 11703 $75 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jun 13-Jul 18 W 7:00pm-9:00pm CE North Building Wills: A Dead Give Away Note: Class will not meet on July 4. “Death is not the end. There remains the litigation Karl Edward Baxter, CFP & Author over the estate.” wrote Ambrose Bierce. While many are fascinated by inheritances and will contests, few Art of Investing and Portfolio Management actually want their own estates to go into litigation. In This class for the experienced investor will help you this class, we will take this often postponed, yet understand and consistently implement the very best extremely important, matter and add a twist. By look- strategies of the top investment minds. The Art of ing at some of the most famous, surprising and fantas- Investing and Portfolio Management is a six-step tic will stories in history, participants will learn how to process to keep you from getting caught up in the avoid common mistakes, clear up widely held myths emotions that accompany market extremes and media and learn how to make a complete and orderly estate buzz. This program provides unique and valuable plan. In addition, students will learn the difference access to industry-leading investment strategies, and between a will and trust, the options available to avoid translates asset-building and risk management tech- probate, available documents and arrangements for niques. The comprehensive program will provide you smooth transition of property and decision-making. with a framework for making better investment deci- Willow Misty Parks, an estate planning attorney, brings sions, managing your money with discipline and confi- enthusiasm, experience and real-life lessons to this fun dence, and achieving true long-term investment suc- and informative course. cess. Note: Tuition includes individual session with Course: 11727 $60 For: 3 sessions instructor for portifolio review and planning. Section A: Jun 23 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm Course: 11721 $50 For: 2 sessions CE South Building Section A: Jul 11-18 W 6:00pm-7:45pm Willow Misty Parks, ESQ. Berrenberg Office in NE Area Terri Berrenberg, CFP, CFEd, MBA You Only Retire Once: Do it Right the First Time!Growth & Enrichment Learn what you need to know for a financially secure Smart, Savvy Women and comfortable retirement. If you are within a decade Be a woman in the know financially! The world has of retirement and are making retirement decisions, changed in the last fifty years from women being taken rolling over an IRA, newly retired, changing jobs, or care of to being company CEO’s, business owners, thinking of retiring early, then this is the class for you! and heads of households. Have fun while learning to Retire the way you want and take full advantage of the figure your financial personality and increase your opportunities retirement brings, by being knowledge- money moxie. We’ll discuss identity theft, credit and able and planning carefully. Retirement planning, the banking, understanding your cash flow and figuring financial keys to retirement, and retirement risks will your net worth as well as taxes, estate planning, be discussed as will sample income projections with divorce, widowhood, and saving for college. variables and protecting yourself in retirement. Learn Course: 11725 $35 For: 1 session about IRA rules, stretch IRAs, lump sum distributions,Money Matters Section A: Aug 1 W 6:00pm-8:00pm beneficiaries, Social Security, IRA and tax strategies, Berrenberg Office in NE Area and lifetime income. Make sure you have enough Randi S. Melvin money to last your lifetime. Tuition includes a person- alized retirement projection with the instructor. Course: 11728 $50 For: 2 sessions Section A: Jul 10-17 T 6:00pm-8:00pm Berrenberg Office in NE Area Terri Berrenberg, CFP, CFEd, MBA 88 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 90. You Can Own Your Own Home Surrealist Writing GamesPurchasing a home is a complicated process and “Language has been given to man so that he mayinvolves making one of the most significant decisions make Surrealist use of it.” In the spirit of Andre’of your life. This course provides you with detailed Breton, the class will be introduced to a brief historyinformation related to purchasing a home including of Surrealism and the French Surrealists (and their lit-types of mortgages, discount points, monthly pay- erary descendents), and will utilize Surrealist writingments and interest rates, and down payments. Real games and techniques to transform the traditional useestate professionals will work directly with the student of language. Leaps made by the subconscious mindwho elects to purchase a home, receiving as much will be captured in poetry. Examples of surrealist poet-individual attention as needed so that the process of ry will be provided (including female poets who havepurchasing does not become an overwhelming experi- been "rediscovered"). The goal of the class is to pro-ence. Learn about the programs requiring no down duce a poem each week which will be shared with thepayment and closing costs available to any student who rest of the class. Bring a sense of the irreverent (andcompletes this course and qualifies for a loan. Please pen and paper) to the first class.bring a calculator to class. Course: 14862 $100 For: 6 sessionsCourse: 11749 $25 For: 2 sessions Section A: Jun 26-Jul 31 T 7:00pm-9:00pmSection A: Jul 11-18 W 6:00pm-7:30pm CE South BuildingCE South Building Anastasia AndersenArt Esquibel Fearless Writing This seminar provides a hands-on approach to over-Reading & Writing coming creative blocks and will help writers generate energy needed to write. Whether exploring poetry, writing a novel, or editing a memoir, there are myriadBeginning Fiction Writing tools available to effectively get started or get back toHave you always wanted to write a short story or a writing again. Participants will identify energy-drainingnovel, but you’re not quite sure how to get started? thoughts that impede the writing process and learnLearn the elements of good fiction including plot, ways to counter and replace them wtih thoughts andcharacterization, setting, creating a “hook,” point of activities that generate energy and facilitate the writingview, believeable dialogue and the importance of pre- process. Participants will come away from this work-cise detail. We will practice exercises aimed at stimulat- shop with a set of tools that will help them with alling your creative juices while helping you find your their writing goals. Paper, writing utensil, and an openunique fictional voice. Note: This course is UNM mind are recommended.tuition remission benefit eligible. Course: 14870 $49 For: 1 sessionCourse: 14853 $75 For: 3 sessions Section A: Jul 19 Th 6:00pm-8:00pmSection A: Jul 17-31 T 7:00pm-9:00pm CE South BuildingCE North Building Lisa Hase-JacksonSandra K. Toro Journal Writing For Creativity and MoreCreative Writing for Fun Only Growth & Enrichment Develop your creativity, solve problems, work throughEveryone has something to say. Give yourself a chance troubled situations and write interesting logs of events.to explore. We write, share and write again-without Writing for these reasons expands the use of your jour-pressure! Take this chance to expand your horizons. nal. This is an experiential workshop where you willSome topics are serious, some are funny. Try it, you’ll enjoy using several journal writing techniques. You willlike it and become a better writer. be surprised to discover the inner depths of your cre-Course: 14858 $90 For: 8 sessions ative mind. Bring a notebook and pen.Section A: Jun 12-Jul 31 T 10:00am-12:00pm Course: 14871 $70 For: 3 sessionsCE South Building Section A: Jun 14-28 Th 1:30pm-4:00pmLeatrice Wilson CE South Building Rita Herther, MA Reading & WritingOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 89
  • 91. Writing Women’s Fiction Write Your Book Right Now... You Can! Not only romance, but domestic realism, romantic sus- Are ideas continually streaming into your mind, crying pense, mysteries, thrillers, and family sagas as well as to be released? Are people continually telling you that historical fiction will be explored in this class designed you should write a book? When you look at a best sell- for women who want to write fiction specifically aimed er list, is a part of you continually scanning it to find at women readers. Participants will learn about plot your name? Is writing a book something that you structure, character development, point of view, voice, either need or want to do but you have no idea how believable dialogue, the necessity for conflict and ten- to go about it efficiently, quickly and joyfully? If you sion, how to create atmosphere with setting, the pac- answered “yes” to any of the above questions, this one ing of scenes and rewriting, and polishing for publica- morning, teach-it-all-course was tailor made for you. tion. Sandra Toro, the published author of historical Join bestselling author Tom Bird, architect of Tom and contemporary novels, as well as short stories and a Bird Method, to learn everything you need to know memoir, will teach this six-week class. Her book about how to write your book in one session. Some of reviews have appeared in numerous newspapers and the topics Tom will cover include: How to Get Over her non-fiction has been published in magazines such Writer’s Block Forever; Why You are Already an as Redbook, McCalls, and Environment. Note: This Author and Now You Just Need to Write Your Book; course is UNM tuition remission benefit eligible. Two Drafts is all it Takes to Write the Book of Your Course: 14882 $90 For: 6 sessions Dreams; Immediately Cut Your Revision Time by 98%; Section A: Jun 6-Jul 18 W 2:00pm-4:00pm and much, much more. If you feel or think you have a Note: Class will not meet on July 4. book inside of you, crying to be born, this is the class CE North Building for you. Note: This course is UNM tuition remission benefit eligible. Sandra K. Toro Course: 14891 $99 For: 1 session The New Age of Publishing... Section A: Jul 28 Sa 8:00am-11:00am What It Means To You CE North Building If you have a book or story that is dying to be shared, Tom Bird, author of 24 books your publication of that work is key, and there is no Writing Short Stories From Start to Finish one anywhere that knows how to get that done and done right now than Tom Bird. This teach-it-all-in- The short story is an amazingly versatile and rewarding one-session-course provided by bestselling author Tom form for both writers and readers. Related in its devel- Bird, the architect of The Tom Bird Method, is opment to the tale and the anecdote and other forms designed for aspiring authors to get published RIGHT of narration such as the fable and the allegory, the NOW! The ins-and-outs of how to just do that will be short story can be read at one sitting and usually covered in this life changing and potential career roughed out and written in a couple of weeks. Not to changing course. Topics include: How to Get Your put too fine an edge on it, but there are short-short Book Published and Distributed Worldwide in as Little stories and long-long short stories as well, and the as 24 Hours; Top Literary Agents in the Industry themes, plots and settings they lend themselves to are Dying to Represent Your Book Right Now; The almost infinite. This course seeks to define the short Absolute Power of the eBook; He/She Sold a Million story as literary genre and to discuss its boundariesGrowth & Enrichment Books and Here’s How You Can Do So as Well; from a writer’s point of view. A template for what Marketability–Saturation Publishing–Going Viral; and ingredients a writer might consider will be presented much, much more. Note: This course is UNM tuition and considered for each phase of the writing process: remission benefit eligible. pre-writing, writing and revising. At the end of the Course: 14889 $99 For: 1 session course a short story should result and serve as a Section A: Jul 28 Sa 11:30am-2:30pm springboard for the writing of more stories. CE North Building Course: 14892 $75 For: 4 sessions Section A: Jun 4-25 M 6:00pm-8:00pm Tom Bird, author of 24 books CE South Building Robert Gish, PhD, English Professor, Distinguished Scholar and AuthorReading & Writing 90 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 92. Walk, Look and Write: Descriptive Writing Yoga for the Rest of UsWalking has a long history as a means of meditation, Take a deep breath. Close your eyes and take another.recollection and inspiration. The English Romantic Try one more, in through your nose, out throughpoets in particular capitalized on what might be called your mouth. Do you feel refreshed? That energy that“peripatetic epiphany” and many creative compositions revitalizes us when we’ve done well for our bodies,resulted. Travel writers especially are adept at capturing and the accompanying peace it brings, is the essence ofwhat they see and then attempting to record it in yoga. And lucky for you, if you can breathe, you canwords. This course will look at certain texts as exam- do yoga. Yoga is for everybody. Whether you are newples of how walking translates into writing and how to yoga, have practiced before, or practice now take“psychological geography” enriches our perceptions this time for yourself to de-stress, energize, and loseand our lives. At least one extended group walk will weight, in this gentle relaxing yoga experience. All lev-serve as a model for this fascinating process. els welcome. Gloria currently holds a 500-hour yogaParticipants will be encouraged to write about their certification with Yoga Alliance and Kripalu Yogaexperience and share that writing with others. Center. She is known for the intuition, empathy andOptional Text: Bedford Guide for Writers, Bedford St. compassion she brings to her role as a yoga instructor,Martin. and is especially gifted in working with beginners.Course: 14893 $75 For: 4 sessions Course: 06450 $75 For: 6 sessionsSection A: Jul 5-26 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm Section A: Jul 16-Aug 20 M 12:00pm-1:00pmCE South Building A Time To Relax Yoga StudioRobert Gish, PhD, English Professor, Distinguished Gloria Drayer, Certified Yoga TeacherScholar and Author Yoga: Gentle Fitness for 50+ Come join us and have fun learning gentle stretching asana poses for focus, flexibility, fitness and balance on the Westside. This class is for beginning and continu-Health & Fitness ing education students alike. Go at your own pace in a comfortable, nurturing atmosphere. Bring a yoga mat UNM Employees: and blanket. You may use your tuition remission benefit Course: 06451 $55 For: 4 sessions for all classes listed in the Health and Section A: Jun 9-30 Sa 9:30am-10:30am Fitness section. For complete Tuition Section B: Jul 7-28 Sa 9:30am-10:30am Remission policy information please contact Both sections: Unity of Albuquerque & Rio Rancho the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. Carleen Rocks, RYT Yoga Basics: The FundamentalsFitness Cycling 101 A thorough introduction for the student new to Yoga.This class will provide you with information to help Preparatory and primary poses will be introduced withyou learn the basics of cycling. We will cover proper a focus on building strength, flexibility, balance andbike set-up, proper hand positioning, form, cadence, bodily awareness. Yoga terminology, plus the use ofresistance and intensity. Come dressed in proper attire Growth & Enrichment props is explained and time is allowed for questions.and bring a water bottle. Padded cycling shorts are The pace and approach of the class is mindful and gen-recommended as well as either tennis shoes or cycling tle. By the end of this course, the student is ready toshoes with the SPD triple link clips. Registration in enter Level One Yoga classes with confidence.this class entitles you to a discounted membership rate Course: 06453 $95 For: 6 sessionsfor Defined Fitness. Section A: Jun 29-Aug 3 F 10:00am-11:15amCourse: 06440 $99 For: 8 sessions Julie PachecoSection A: Jun 12-Jul 5 TTh 7:45am-8:45am Section B: Jun 30-Aug 4 Sa 11:30am-12:45pmSection B: Jul 10-Aug 2 TTh 7:45am-8:45am Both sections: High Desert Yoga - Nob HillBoth sections: Defined Fitness Riverside Plaza Avery Janeczek KalapaLawrence Chavez Health & FitnessOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 91
  • 93. Feldenkrais Method: Women’s Yoga Awarness Through Movement Workshop Treat yourself to an afternoon yoga practice in a safe, This holistic approach to learning was developed by supportive, fun group of other women. Discover how Israeli physicist, martial artist and educator, Dr. Moshe to connect and move with the breath to deepen your Feldenkrais. The method uses movement to provide awareness and go inward-calming your body and new information directly to your nervous system. mind. Nurture yourself on every level via a focused, Verbally directed, gentle exercises will be used to guide in-depth yoga practice, learning alignment and anato- participants through a series of “exploratory lessons” my. Find your inner strength, flexibility and move that emphasize personal awareness while increasing beyond perceived limitations and fears. Discover how movement vocabulary. These gentle exercises can facil- props can make poses comfortable and accessible for itate greater ease of movement, improve posture and everyone. Learn specific asanas of particular benefit for coordination, increase flexibility and relieve physical nurturing women’s bodies. Leave the class relaxed and discomfort and pain. The “lessons” are done in a nur- reenergized with plenty of time to enjoy your evening. turing, supportive environment with students usually Women of all ages and levels of experience are wel- lying on the floor. This workshop will be enjoyed by come. Join us and remember the joy of being alive in newcomers and experienced students alike. Note: your body! Please wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring one Course: 06460 $95 For: 6 sessions or more blankets to provide necessary padding. Section A: Jun 6-Jul 11 W 4:00pm-5:30pm Course: 06457 $80 For: 1 session High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Section A: Jun 23 Sa 1:00pm-5:00pm Jude Rowe Studio Sway Yoga For Folks Over Fifty Mary Ann Thomson, Teacher, performer, Feldenkrais practitioner, Instructor for UNM PE Dept. It’s never too late and you are not too old or stiff to begin to explore the wonders and benefits of Yoga Yoga: Harmony in Body and Mind (Iyengar style) practice. This series of classes will be geared to the Experience the vitality and relaxation that result from older beginner. If you are dealing with painful knees or the practice of Yoga. This series of classes will offer a feet, arthritis, osteoporosis, issues of balance or the creative approach to the basic Yoga asanas (poses) proverbial midlife crisis, you will discover how to use exploring the interplay between body, breath, and commonly available props and postures to help allevi- mind. Benefits include increased strength and stability, ate these conditions and begin to reverse the aging greater vitality and freedom from limitations in body process. So if you are 50+ or merely feel like you’ve and mind. Classes are appropriate for beginners and lived half a century, open up to the best years of your continuing students and are taught in the Iyengar style life with Yoga! Not a medical class - call instructor to — combining precise alignment and modifications for discuss any serious condition before signing up. individual needs with lightness and humor. Course: 06461 $105 For: 8 sessions Course: 06459 $120 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 5-Jul 24 T 4:00pm-5:15pm Section A: Jun 4-Jul 23 M 6:00pm-7:30pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Section B: Jun 7-Jul 26 Th 9:30am-11:00am Judy Mortellaro Both sections: Wellspring Center for Yoga Restorative YogaGrowth & Enrichment Herb McDonald, Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor Using fully supported, long-held yoga postures com- bined with guided relaxation, we will explore the inner universe of the mind and body. Restorative yoga can be used to help heal, let go of emotions, release the nervous system, nourish the inner organs, calm the mind, reduce anxiety and insomnia, and induce a med- itative state. This class is beneficial for those with phys- ical challenges as well as seasoned students wanting to deepen their inner experience of yoga. Course: 06463 $120 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Aug 1 W 6:00pm-7:30pmHealth & Fitness Note: Class will not meet on July 4. Section B: Jun 10-Jul 29 Su 12:30pm-2:00pm Both sections: New Heart Center for Wellness Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor 92 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 94. Yoga for Back CareMuch of our back stress arises from our sedentarylifestyles. Do you drive or sit for hours on end? Orperhaps you have a strenuous workload. Yoga posturesprovide the perfect antidote for weak or weary backs.Strengthening and extending the back musclesenhances alignment, which results in greater stabilitywhile gentle twists and supported forward bendslengthen shortened muscles. Mobilizing the shouldergirdle and softening around the heart allows you tobreath more deeply and further releases you from thegrip of tension. Join us for an exploration of the spineand the muscles that hold us up, not back! ⁄ If youhave any existing medical condition, you must providephysician approval to take this class.Course: 06464 $105 For: 6 sessionsSection A: Jun 11-Jul 16 M 4:00pm-5:15pm Pilates: ReformerHigh Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Learn a contemporary approach to the Reformer exer-Supriti cise repertoire created by Joseph H. Pilates. The exer- cises in this course are designed to improve posture,Yoga for Athletes body awareness, core strength, and stability. All exer-Most of our athletic activities involve one-dimensional cises will be performed in a controlled manner andor repetitive movements that repeatedly overtax certain with proper breathing techniques in order to empha-muscle groups while underutilizing others. Even size the mind-body connection. If you have a healththough an athlete is strong, there will exist instability, condition you must bring a physician’s approval. Thisimbalance and tightness in muscles and joints. When a class is limited to 5 students.yoga program is integrated into training, these issues Course: 06475 $325 For: 10 sessionsare addressed resulting in greater ease, less injury and Section A: Jun 4-Aug 6 M 7:00pm-8:30pmimproved performance. This yoga class will build Cassandra Enciniasendurance and strength, bring flexibility to chronically Section B: Jun 6-Aug 15 W 6:30pm-8:00pmtight muscles, increase mobility, stabilization and align- Note: Class will not meet on July 4.ment in joints, and increase lung capacity through Katie Barneslearning full diaphragmatic breathing. This class will Section C: Jun 8-Aug 10 F 5:30pm-7:00pmalso deepen the athletes mind-body connection Stephanie Wilsonincreasing body awareness, relaxation and focus during Section D: Jun 9-Aug 11 Sa 2:30pm-4:00pmathletic practice and competition. Stephanie WilsonCourse: 06470 $105 For: 6 sessions Section E: Jun 10-Aug 12 Su 2:30pm-4:00pmSection A: Jun 25-Jul 30 M 7:15pm-8:30pm Stephanie WilsonHigh Desert Yoga - Nob Hill All sections: Shedden Pilates Growth & EnrichmentHeatherlee Farrell Pilates: ReformerYoga for Lunch Learn a contemporary approach to the Reformer exer-Spend your lunch hour being invigorated! Yoga during cise repertoire created by Joseph H. Pilates. The exer-your lunch hour is a quick and healthy way to restore cises in this course are designed to improve posture,ennergy, calm your mind and eliminate the afternoon body awareness, core strength, and stability. All exer-blahs. A mixture of yoga styles is used to combine cises will be performed in a controlled manner andstrengthening with relaxation. Core toning and gener- with proper breathing techniques in order to empha-al flexibility are cultivated so that you will leave class size the mind-body connection. If you have a healthfeeling both calm and powerful. Peace and positivity condition you must bring a physician’s approval. Thisare side effects of this class that will accompany you class is limited to 5 students.the rest of the week. Course: 06476 $300 For: 8 sessions Health & FitnessCourse: 06474 $95 For: 6 sessions Section A: May 29-Jun 21 TTh 2:00pm-3:30pmSection A: Jun 6-Jul 18 W 12:15pm-1:15pm Section B: Jun 26-Jul 19 TTh 2:00pm-3:30pmNote: Class will not meet on July 4. Section C: Jul 3-26 TTh 2:00pm-3:30pmHigh Desert Yoga - Nob Hill All sections: Shedden PilatesNiki Feldman Mariana Shedden, PhDOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 93
  • 95. Fitness Boxing and control. The final aim of Aikido is personal trans- Discover your personal power, to have fun, and to get formation, it is a discipline for perfecting the spirit a great aerobic workout. Why boxing? Boxing training which allows for the creation of integrated human deals with the body in an integrated way that involves beings. Practice uniform is included in the fee. balance, strength, timing, and flexibility. In a world Course: 06480 $165 For: 15 sessions that often feels chaotic, boxing training lets you assert Section A: Jun 4-Jul 25 M 5:45pm-7:15pm your will in a safe environment. It also promotes emo- W 6:45pm-7:45pm tional calm because it’s such a great stress reliever. Note: This class will not meet on July 4. Reap the benefits of boxing exercise without getting Aikido of Albuquerque hit or hurt. Get in shape and have fun while you learn Philip Vargas the basics of punching, foot work and working out with the bags. Bring gym clothes and towel. You can The Nia Technique purchase your own boxing gloves and professional The Nia Technique is a fun, energetic holistic program hand wraps for women and men at the school. Tony that provides fitness for the body, the mind, the emo- Rosales has over 30 years of boxing and training expe- tions and the spirit. It is a blend of martial arts, dance rience, as well as being a certified Professional Boxing arts and body integration therapies (Tai Chi, Tae Referee. Kwon Do, Aikido, Jazz, Modern Dance, Duncan Course: 06477 $110 For: 8 sessions Dance, Yoga, Alexander Technique, and Feldenkrais). Section A: Jun 9-Aug 4 Sa 9:00am-10:00am Done in bare feet, our dance relaxes the body and Note: This class will not meet on July 7. increases strength, stamina, and flexibility. Simple cho- Rosales Karate & Kickboxing Academy reography and beautiful music encourage new ways of moving that allow for creativity and self-expression. Tony Rosales Visualization and focus on sensation create grace and Train like a Fighter: Kickboxing greater self-awareness. Nia is adaptable for any fitness Learn how to kickbox and punch and get a great level. Come experience the joy and pleasure of move- workout at the same time! You will develop self-confi- ment. dence as you learn essential kickboxing techniques in a Course: 06483 $95 For: 8 sessions supportive, safe class environment. We will train with Section A: Jun 4-Jul 23 M 5:30pm-6:30pm heavy bags, speed bags and kickboxing pads. This may Healing Gate be the most fun workout you’ve ever tried. Come on Kathleen Fuchs, BA is a certified NIA Instructor time to wrap your hands and warm up. Bring gym clothes and towel. You can purchase your own boxing T’ai Chi Chih®: Beginning gloves and professional hand wraps for women and T’ai Chi Chih®—Serenity in Activity, is a series of 19 men at the school. Tony Rosales has over 30 years of movements and one pose which were originated by martial arts and kick boxing experience; and holds the the T’ai Chi Master, Justin Stone. The new technique, rank of Professor Eighth Degree Black Belt; as well as T’ai Chi Chih, does not have the martial arts, self being the New Mexico representative for the defense influence. T’ai Chi Chih can be easily learned International Kickboxing Federation, the MTA and in a short period, with benefits usually beginning from WKA. the first class. The purpose of T’ai Chi Chih is to cir-Growth & Enrichment Course: 06478 $110 For: 8 sessions culate the vital force and balance the Yin-Yang of this Section A: Jun 7-Aug 2 Th 6:00pm-7:00pm Intrinsic Energy. The practitioner usually becomes Note: Class will not meet on July 5. relaxed, as well as energized, in a gentle manner. As Rosales Karate & Kickboxing Academy the individual becomes calm and balanced, a new understanding and perspective are formed, decisions Tony Rosales are easier to make, and a new relationship to life is Introduction to Aikido established. Greater longevity is a definite goal of such Aikido is a Martial Art from Japan and means “the way Chi Kung (balancing of the Chi) activity. T’ai Chi of harmony with the principle and force of nature.” Chih is beautiful, joyous, and easy to learn. It is Learn the basic fundamentals of body movement, known as joy thru movement. To be appreciated, it technique and the philosophy of Aikido. Most practice must be experienced. Note: Only 10 movements will is done with a partner; each works at his or her level of be taught.Health & Fitness ability, alternating as uke (the attacker) and nage (the Course: 06487 $45 For: 2 sessions one who receives the attack). Both roles are stressed; Section A: Jun 9-16 Sa 12:00pm-3:00pm each contributes skills that enhance overall sensitivity T’ai Chi Chih Center Carmen Brocklehurst, Accredited T’ai Chi Chih Instructor 94 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 96. Weight Lifting for Women Yoga Core FlowSpecifically for women, this popular class began in This class is an energizing and strengthening experi-1993. This beginning course emphasizes using proper ence your body will appreciate. We will focus on Yogaweight lifting techniques and focuses on muscle toning poses that strengthen deep abdominal and upper backusing light to moderate weights. Basic anatomy and muscles while developing pelvic floor stability. Precisedifferent types of strength training will be consistently postural alignment will be taught and you will benoted. Enrollment is limited to 12 students to insure encouraged to find your intelligent edge. We will grad-individual attention. It is designed for healthy women ually develop the ability to combine yoga poses withwith no apparent physical limitations or medical needs. the breath in a flowing practice. With imaginativeReserve your spot today. sequencing and inspiring music as the backdrop forCourse: 06495 $155 For: 15 sessions this practice, students of all levels can safely developSection A: Jun 26-Jul 28 TThSa 9:00am-11:00am core strength, balance and improve their overall senseMike’s Iron Gym of well-being.Joseph Behrend, Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, Course: 06514 $120 For: 8 sessionsOwner of One on One Fitness Section A: Jun 5-Jul 24 T 6:00pm-7:30pm New Heart Center for WellnessWeight Lifting for Seniors Patsy Gaetano, Yoga InstructorThis introductory course in weight lifting is heldspecifically for seniors with little or no prior lifting Yoga Basics 101experience. Several studies have illustrated the impor- This is a great opportunity for those who are completetance of developing and maintaining strength for sen- beginners to yoga to prepare to enter a mixed levelior citizens in particular. Class participants will be class. These are also excellent classes for those gettingshown proper weight lifting techniques using light to back to yoga after an extended absence or those want-moderate weights based on individual strength. ing to deepen their understanding of the basic princi-Women and men ages 55 plus are welcome! ples of alignment and anatomy in their current prac-Enrollment is limited to 12 seniors with no serious tice. This offers an opportunity for students with man-health complications. Reserve your spot today! ageable physical issues to experience classes dedicatedCourse: 06496 $155 For: 15 sessions to the basics and a more easily accessible yoga practice.Section A: Jun 25-Jul 27 MWF 9:00am-11:00am Course: 06515 $85 For: 6 sessionsMike’s Iron Gym Section A: Jun 17-Jul 22 Su 2:15pm-3:45pmJoseph Behrend, Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, New Heart Center for WellnessOwner of One on One Fitness Patsy Gaetano, Yoga InstructorT’ai Chi Ch’uan — Traditional Yang Style Alignment and Flow YogaLong Form: Beginners This yoga class explores alignment principles in theIn this course you will learn the First Section of the asanas (poses) and the combining of these asanas intotraditional Yang Style: 108 movement Long Form of a creatively sequenced flow. The pace is challenging yetT’ai Chi Ch’uan, the most widely practiced form of comfortable with an emphasis on breathing techniquesT’ai Chi in the world. Regular practice of T’ai Chi and the meditative aspects of yoga. Students of all lev- Growth & EnrichmentCh’uan has many documented health benefits, includ- els will be encouraged to explore their edge safely.ing stress reduction, enhanced body awareness, This inspiring practice will leave you with increasedimproved balance and lower body strength, and relief flexibility, strength, coordination, concentration andof certain knee conditions. T’ai Chi can also serve as a inner calm.form of moving meditation. After many years of study Course: 06516 $120 For: 8 sessionsit can become an intensely powerful internal form of Section A: Jun 10-Jul 29 Su 10:30am-12:00pmKung Fu for the truly dedicated practitioner. Special New Heart Center for Wellnessemphasis is placed on: methods of improving balance Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructorskills, identification and release of areas of tensionwithin the body, and eliminating habits which cancause stress to the knee and lower back. VirginiaHuettig has been studying Traditional Yang Family Health & FitnessStyle T’ai Chi Ch’uan for 16 years and has been teach-ing it for 9 years.Course: 06497 $90 For: 6 sessionsSection A: Jun 12-Jul 24 T 6:00pm-8:00pmNote: Class will not meet on July 3.CE North BuildingVirginia HuettigOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 95
  • 97. Yoga for Weight Loss Zumba® Aerobic Dance Losing weight has a lot of components. The principals The Zumba® Program fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms of yoga can re-shape our minds along with our bodies; and easy to follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind fit- and change how we see and treat ourselves. In this ness program that will help you to tone and sculpt practice, the yoga poses support the body in weight your body while reducing body fat and developing loss; and as the practice continues, the mind’s attitude muscle tone. Routines will feature interval training ses- about the body. As anyone who has ever worked at sions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance train- losing weight knows, the effort is as much in the mind ing are combined to create a dynamic workout experi- as it is in the body. Gloria Drayer will lead you ence. Bring a towel. Please show up on time so as not through yoga poses to help strengthen the body. Learn to disrupt ongoing classes. the techniques of mindful eating and mediation to Course: 10682 $110 For: 10 sessions encourage love of the body and mind. Section A: Jun 6-Aug 8 W 6:15pm-7:15pm Course: 06520 $110 For: 6 sessions Rosales Karate & Kickboxing Academy Section A: Jul 17-Aug 21 T 6:00pm-7:15pm Cheri Rosales A Time To Relax Yoga Studio Gloria Drayer, Certified Yoga Teacher Salsaerobics If you enjoy Latin music, this is the exercise class for Prenatal Yoga you! Lose weight and get in shape as you exercise to Yoga is an excellent way to prepare your mind, body, the Latin beat. Learn basic Latin dance steps such as and spirit for childbirth. The concentration, focus, salsa, cumbia, cha cha, mambo, merengue, and more. breathing techniques, and strength required for child- This class will start at a beginning level, gradually birth are all essential elements of yoga. You will prac- increasing to a higher fitness level. Come and enjoy tice yoga poses to build strength, endurance and flexi- aerobics -Latin style! Wear comfortable clothing and bility while decreasing the aches, pains and discomforts good aerobic shoes. of pregnancy. Poses to strengthen the uterus and Course: 10684 $95 For: 16 sessions pelvic muscles will be taught. Relaxation techniques, Section A: Jun 4-Jul 25 MW 5:30pm-6:30pm along with the use of breath and sound, will offer you Section B: Jun 5-Jul 26 TTh 5:30pm-6:30pm powerful support during your pregnancy. Section C: Jun 9-Jul 28 Sa 9:00am-10:00am Course: 06523 $95 For: 8 sessions Note: Saturday class tuition is $65 and is 8 sessions. Section A: Jun 9-Jul 28 Sa 11:00am-12:30pm All sections: Baila! Baila! Dance Studio Emily Stein Section B: Jun 12-Jul 31 T 5:30pm-7:00pm Baila Baila Staff Heather Farrell Yin Yoga Section C: Jun 14-Aug 2 Th 10:00am-11:30am This is a slow paced practice where we explore and Avery Janeczek Kalapa hold postures longer, which allows for deeper release All sections: High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill of soft tissue. This style of practice gives you a chance to tune in to yourself, your body, and each moment Level 2 Yoga more. From this place you can learn to listen and This Iyengar inspired yoga practice takes you on a notice what your body is telling you, what it needs,Growth & Enrichment journey of stability, alignment, strength, and mobility, where it’s stuck, and how to help it find more ease, with intelligent awareness and full breath. Geared for more peace, and well-being. Happy body, tranquil students ready to move beyond the basics, we will mind, happy life. explore backbends, inversions, deep forward bends, Course: 06454 $95 For: 7 sessions arm balances, and more. Section A: Jun 6-Jul 25 W 7:00pm-8:15pm Course: 06526 $105 For: 8 sessions Note: Class will not meet on July 4. Section A: Jun 11-Jul 30 M 10:30am-12:00pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Katja Lauterstein Avery Janeczek Kalapa Power Flow Yoga A dynamic and energetic combination of Pilates mat work and vinyasa yoga, integrating strengtheningHealth & Fitness movement, focused breath, mindful stretches and inspiring music. Suitable for all levels. Course: 06455 $95 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jul 12-Aug 16 Th 5:30pm-6:30pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Sarah Karni 96 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 98. Men’s Yoga Stretch/Strength/Total Fitness!Men of all ages are invited to this introductory level This is a class for everyone that promotes total well-class to experience the benefits of yoga in their lives. ness in body and mind. The focus is on progressiveWe will explore core yoga philosophy and techniques stretching, strengthening and relaxation exercisesinvolving breath, posture and alignment. Expect physi- which are designed to increase individual, overall fit-cal awareness, postural adjustment, stress alleviation, ness. This combination will condition the body andand an increase in stregth, flexibility and relaxation. release unwanted tension and energy blockages in theEmphasis will be placed on postures which are specifi- body. Students will learn how to use their naturalcally helpful to men’s health issues. breathing rhythms to increase their range and strengthCourse: 06467 $110 For: 8 sessions of motion, while reducing stress. Both men andSection A: Jun 7-Jul 26 Th 7:45pm-9:00pm women of all ages will benefit from this workshop.High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Bring a mat or something to sit on.William Ancker Course: 06485 $55 For: 4 sessions Section A: Jun 5-26 T 7:00pm-8:00pmVinyasa Flow Yoga Section B: Jul 10-31 T 7:00pm-8:00pmThis is a continuous flow of asana (postures), where Both sections: CE North Buildingone leads into the next. It is good to have knowledge Joan Gonwa, MA, CMAof basic asana before participating in this class. We alsotake time to pay attention to alignment and sometimes Matwork for Seniorspause to focus on certain aspects of a pose. It is slow Increase your core strength, balance, and flexibility,enough to move consciously and pay attention to our have better circulation and respiration while still hav-bodies but also a pace that allows for some challenge. ing fun! The classes are designed for people new orCourse: 06472 $115 For: 6 sessions returning to exercise. Bands, weights, light balls, medi-Section A: Jun 30-Aug 4 Sa 8:00am-9:00am cine balls and stability balls will be used. All equipmentHigh Desert Yoga - Nob Hill provided. The instructor is certified with the AmericanKatja Lauterstein Council on Exercise, the Arthritis Foundation and the United States Water Fitness Association, as well asAlternative Methods to Strength Training CPR trained. She has experience training people withLooking to get fit? Shed those winter pounds, have a chronic conditions. Please bring your doctor’s namegreat time and meet new people? This class is for you! and fax number to the first class.Boost your metabolism and loose fat and inches while Course: 06499 $125 For: 16 sessionsgaining an understanding of your body. Learn how to Section A: Jun 6-Aug 4 WSa 12:00pm-1:00pmutilize a large variety of equipment such as: TRX, free Note: Class will not meet on July 4 & 7.weights, medicine balls, tires, ropes, body weight exer- Good Samaritan Society Manzano del Sol Villagecises, ViPR tubes and Tabata protocols to get you into Anne Schroederthe best shape of your life! In addition to the two 60minutes group classes (boot camp style) per week, you My Body—My Lifewill be given two workout programs customized to In this course we will examine the reasons why peopleyour level, nutritional tips, and your percentage of are overweight, how the factors involved can be modi- Growth & Enrichmentbody fat will be taken. Wear workout attire; bring a fied through new ways of thinking about food, eating,water bottle, and a small towel. This class is for all fit- stress, and relationships. Learn how to make nutrition-ness levels sign up early class size is limited. al changes and changes in physical activity levels inCourse: 06484 $125 For: 12 sessions order to attain a healthy weight. We will tackle the realSection A: Jun 19-Jul 26 TTh 6:00pm-7:00pm life barriers to healthy eating, including relationshipJCC of Albuquerque issues, cultural issues, and food attitudes and behaviorsCelina Baca, NSCA-CPT we learn as children. We will learn about the scienceKaren Denham, NSCA-CPT behind why certain foods promote general health including healthy weight and imune system function, and why many common foods are actually keeping people overweight, tired and stressed. Take charge of your body! Health & Fitness Course: 06512 $125 For: 4 sessions Section A: Jun 9-30 Sa 10:00am-12:00pm Arbor Counseling LLC Anita DelPrete, MS, PhD Roxanne Pratt, MS, LPCCOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 97
  • 99. Restorative PreNatal Yoga You Can Manifest Class is suitable for all stages of pregnancy. Postures Learn the science of manifestation and begin creating are fully supported to allow for longer duration and your heart’s desires. You will learn the similarities and deep relaxation. Relaxing the body/mind will prepare differences of the Law of Attraction, prayer, positive you for the changes of pregnancy and the birth experi- thinking, guided imagery and self-hypnosis. You will ence. Resting in the strength of our bodies, we begin learn the steps and receive guidance to manifest posi- to recognize the wisdom within for mothering. Class tive changes. This is an experiential and powerful begins with time for sharing questions or concerns and workshop. You will leave feeling inspired and invigor- ends with a nourishing tea. ated, knowing that you have the power to create posi- Course: 06524 $90 For: 6 sessions tive changes and to manifest your desires. Section A: Jun 29-Aug 3 F 11:30am-1:00pm Course: 04342 $65 For: 3 sessions High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Section A: Jun 11-25 M 6:30pm-9:00pm Julie Pacheco CE South Building Rita Herther, MA Contemporary, Modern Dance Techniques for Fitness Consumers Guide to Herbs Modern Dance is an exciting American performing art and Other Supplements form. It is a multicultural dance form, created by the In the United States, health-conscious people spend American experience. This class is an invigorating and billions of dollars yearly on herbs and supplements. thorough contemporary dance workout! Various kinds There is an overwhelming amount of information in of music are used to stimulate and activate the move- the media about a vast array of products. ments. It starts with a warm-up to safely stretch and Unfortunately, much of this information is inaccurate strengthen the body and de-stress the mind. It contin- and “experts” are often conflicted with each other. ues with the dynamic JOY of DANCE, utilizing funda- The frequent outcome: consumers are confused, don’t mental Modern Dance movements. Whole body exer- choose the best products, and waste large amounts of cise, increased coordination, stress release and body- money. Topics included in this class: why take supple- mind integration are benefits for everyone. No previ- ments, how they may contribute to optimal health, ous dance experience necessary–both men and women safety considerations of and supplements for specific are welcome! Wear loose comfortable exercise clothing problems and conditions, and how to get the most to dance. bang for your buck. Herb McDonald has had a private Course: 12780 $75 For: 4 sessions practice as a clinical herbalist for over 20 years, helping Section A: Jun 7-28 Th 6:30pm-7:45pm individuals seeking better health. The information pre- Section B: Jul 12-Aug 2 Th 6:30pm-7:45pm sented will be based on a combination of current Both classes: CE North Building research and professional experience. Course: 06452 $35 For: 1 session Joan Gonwa, MA, CMA Section A: Jul 21 Sa 1:30pm-4:30pm CE South Building Herb McDonald, Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor RelaxationGrowth & Enrichment Introduction to Reiki Reiki is vital energy and an easily learned healing art. Learn to Heal Anyone can use Reiki for self and others. It provides You can learn to reduce pain, reduce stress, and to relief during childbirth or chemotherapy, in hospice, heal. These methods can be used alone and in con- post-surgically and other times of suffering. It relieves junction with medical doctors to help the healing stress, insominia, fatigue and pain and accelerates heal- process. You can use them for yourself and to help ing of body, mind and spirit. In this introductory class alleviate pain and stress in others. Methods include you learn about Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki, its history, simple energy approaches and self-hypnosis. These levels of training and practical applications. You can methods help heal physical, emotional and spiritual experience the Reiki touch, have your questions pain. You will also learn how to improve your brain answered, and develop a basis for deciding whether or function. There are no supplements involved. The not to pursue Reiki treatment or training. ElizabethRelaxation methods are mind power and energy manipulation. Valsala has practiced Reiki for 24 years and has been a Course: 04334 $75 For: 3 sessions full-time Reiki Master since 1991. Section A: Jun 13-27 W 6:45pm-8:45pm Course: 06469 $40 For: 1 session CE South Building Section A: Jul 21 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm Rita Herther, MA CE South Building Elizabeth Valsala, BA, Reiki Master 98 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 100. Yoga For Your Life Yoga: Breathe and RestoreThere are many types of yoga. What type of yoga is for This restorative yoga class is designed to give you ayou? How should you support your yoga practice with peaceful vacation from your busy life. Those who suf-your daily choices to get optimal results for your body, fer from stress, insomnia, chronic pain, lack of energy,mind and consciousness? This class will help you depression, recent surgery or injuries could benefitunderstand body types and qualities of nature and how greatly from this class. We will practice simple breaththe qualities of nature affect us through what we eat, awareness in supported yoga poses to release deep ten-what we do, where we live. Learn to adjust your yoga sion. As the layers of tension dissolve, one feelspractice according to your body type. What are proper refreshed, renewed and balanced. As the body learnsdaily practices for your body type? Questions we will deep relaxation, the mind starts to focus and becomeexplore are: What is imbalance? How to recognize more clear and still. Join us to nourish and nurtureimbalance and what gets us out of balance? (Food your body, mind and spirit.choices, tastes, things we do, where we live, environ- Course: 06482 $95 For: 6 sessionsmental effects, seasonal effects, work environment, Section A: Jun 28-Aug 2 Th 6:45pm-8:15pmpeople we are with, sexual activity). And finally, how Rosalind Womackdo we get back in balance? Section B: Jul 1-Aug 5 Su 11:30am-1:00pmCourse: 06471 $110 For: 8 sessions Avery Janeczek KalapaSection A: Jun 9-Jul 28 Sa 7:00am-8:30am Both sections: High Desert Yoga - Nob HillHigh Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Therapeutic MassageDev Saroop Singh Khalsa Do you enjoy a great back rub? Do you know theYoga Nidra: Deep Relaxation many health and wellness benefits of purposeful touch?Yoga Nidra translates as yogic, or conscious sleep. This Join us and experience the amazing world of massagerefers to the state of deep relaxation that is achieved therapy in this one day hands-on class. Learn to givethrough a variety of yogic guided practices. Settling (and receive) professional style, relaxing massages; getinto a relaxing reclining position, after a few gentle “insider” tips about massage and bodywork tech-stretching poses, you will be led thru guided medita- niques, equipment, careers and more! Register withtions and breathing practices. Lying still for most of your spouse, partner or a friend today! Note: A mate-the class, we’ll also practice rotation of body aware- rials fee of $15 will be collected for drapes, oil/cream,ness, which stimulates different parts of the brain, and a face cradle cover.helping to strengthen the mind-body connection. Course: 06489 $70 For: 1 sessionPracticing these techniques takes one to the same state Section A: Jun 9 Sa 9:00am-4:00pmas experienced in deep sleep, the delta state. It is Crystal Mountainbelieved that one hour of effective Yoga Nidra is David Fletcherequivalent to 3-4 hours of sleep. Yoga experience ishelpful, but the class is suitable for all who can com- Massage Techniques for Caregiversfortably lie still for 30-40 minutes in a supported Give the gift of touch to an aging or disabled parent,reclining position. relative, or friend. Did you know that massage canCourse: 06479 $95 For: 8 sessions relieve depression, reduce agitation, improve sleep and Growth & EnrichmentSection A: Jun 9-Jul 28 Sa 12:30pm-2:00pm partially restore balance and mobility? Join us andNew Heart Center for Wellness learn simple, safe and effective techniques for givingPatsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor neck, head, back, arm and foot massages. We will also cover standard cautions and considerations when working with more frail bodies. The instructor is a cer- tified geriatric massage therapist and instructor. Dress confortably and bring a small towel. ⁄ A $15 materials fee is payable to the instructor at first class for sheets, oil/cream and face cradle cover. Tuition includes com- plementary admission for your loved one. Course: 06490 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 16 Sa 9:00am-12:00pm Relaxation Crystal Mountain David FletcherOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 99
  • 101. Integrated Amrita Meditation Technique— Tame Your Toxic World Connecting to Inner Peace & Joy Every day, we are exposed to more toxins than our The Integrated Amrita Meditation Technique (IAM grandparents were in a lifetime! Today, 300,000 more Technique) is a short and simple approach to medita- chemicals pollute the air than did in the 1970s. The tion that anyone can learn, taking only 20 minutes per production of GMO foods is rampant. The term day to practice. The IAM Technique is a powerful way “organic” is used loosely. Our water supplies are con- to reconnect with one’s real center, one’s inner Self, taminated. Daily, in my clinic, I see how electromag- and thereby experience true joy and peace in life. The netic energy fields (EEFS) are negatively bombarded Technique is designed to bring about integration in by cell phones, computers, microwaves and TVs. one’s life and integration of body, mind, intellect and What’s the implication? In the 1950s, 1 in 100 people heart. The IAM Technique was developed by the contracted cancer. Now it’s 1 in 3. Learn to both world-renowned humanitarian and spiritual leader detoxify your body, and to identify the toxins in your from India, Mata Amritanandamayi, also known as home and office. Scan your pantry, kitchen, garage Amma, the hugging saint. This workshop, taught by and bathroom cabinets to find the culprits. You will certified instructors, includes simple, yoga-based relax- learn ways to create safer environments and enhance ation and breathing exercises, followed by a guided your health for the long term. Note: A $5.00 fee is seated meditation. Dress appropriately for doing light payable to the instructor at the beginning of class. stretching exercises. Course: 06509 $55 For: 1 session Course: 06492 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 21 Sa 8:30am-11:30am Section A: Jun 16 Sa 2:00pm-5:00pm CE South Building High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Dr. Pamela Cornish, D.O.M. Cindy Wagner MS, RPE, RPP Gentle Senior Yoga Guided Meditation Gentle Senior Yoga is a class geared for older students A non-denominational focus on mastery of universal with physical challenges or issues that limit movement principles of living with a view to creating more peace, and/or cause pain. This class would also benefit the love, and happiness in our lives. The course will focus new student toYoga in this age group who needs a on a different topic every week such as learning tech- gentle approach to the benefits of yoga postures. niques for deepening our awareness of the present Course: 06529 $95 For: 8 sessions moment, management of our negative emotions, the Section A: Jun 5-Jul 24 T 4:00pm-5:15pm role of music and nature, how to fit meditation into High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill our busy lives, and much more. Includes readings, Judy Mortellaro recordings, guided meditations, and discussion. Students will need to purchase a required text for this Thai Massage With Partners class. Title: Wherever You Go, There You Are. Please Participants will learn simple techniques from Thai read text before the first day of class. Massage that relieve stress and tension in the body. All Course: 06493 $75 For: 2 sessions the work will be performed fully clothed. There will be Section A: Jun 19-26 T 7:00pm-9:00pm a focus on back and shoulders. Additional work involv- Segara Residence in NE Area ing gentle stretches and traction effectively reducesGrowth & Enrichment Diana Segara. MA stiffness. Participants will work only with the person they came with and will learn how to work with their Relax and Recharge for the Weekend partner’s unique situation. This class is designed for Ah - The relaxation that your body craves! You will persons with no previous knowledge of massage. use yoga props to support your body, meaning you Participants need to attend the class in pairs. The don’t have to work in the pose, yet you still recieve the tuition amount listed covers the cost of two people, benefits. This class will help restore you for the week only one registration is required to sign up for this gone by and prepare you to fully enjoy your weekend! class. Demonstration of technique will be followed by This is a yoga class for EVERYONE. careful monitoring of participants as they learn. Time Course: 06504 $85 For: 6 sessions will be allocated for questions and adaptations of tech- Section A: Jul 13-Aug 17 F 3:30pm-4:45pm nique. A Time To Relax Yoga Studio Course: 06535 $55 For: 1 sessionRelaxation Gloria Drayer, Certified Yoga Teacher Section A: Jul 21 Sa 9:00am-12:00pm Crystal Mountain Julia Smith 100 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 102. Shiatsu Massage: Scalp, Face, Shoulders, & FeetParticipants will learn relaxing shiatsu techniques designedto reduce headaches, jaw tension, neck and back soreness.Shiatsu foot massage helps the entire body to relax. Easyto follow ‘meridian’ lines will be learned. Locating pointsof tension and releasing that tension is the focus of thisclass. No prior knowledge of massage is required. All workwill be performed fully clothed. Demonstration of tech-nique will be followed by careful monitoring of partici-pants as they learn. Time will be allocated for questionsand adaptations of technique.Course: 06536 $55 For: 1 sessionSection A: Jun 30 Sa 9:00am-12:00pmCrystal MountainJulia Smith Herbal Remedy Garden There’s a saying that the herb tea you drink or theHome & Garden herbal bath you take heals you more than once if youLandscape Design have grown the herbs yourself. Whether you have a big backyard or just a small balcony, you can grow theThis course is designed for the homeowner who is herbs you need to help maintain health and well-considering a landscape project. Whether it is a do-it- being. In this class you receive a wide range of herbalyourself project, or you plan to hire a contractor to information. Discover the good “weeds” and localinstall your design, this class will prepare you for all herbs, identify what you want to grow, and get infor-the phases of installation. There is an emphasis on mation on sources for seeds, roots and gardening help,using native and regionally adapted plants in a manner books and catalogs. See examples in the instructor’sthat creates wonderful outdoor rooms while maintain- herbal garden and learn how to create your own.ng a responsible use of water. The class will follow a Beverly McFarland is a Certified Clinical Herbalist, asequential process to arrive at a landscape design that graduate of Tieraona Low Dog’s NM Herb Institutesuits the needs of all family members. It includes infor- and Michael Moore’s SW School of Botanicalmation regarding the City of Albuquerque’s water Medicine.rebate program.Please bring to class the plant catalogs Course: 07527 $45 For: 1 sessionfrom the following two resources: (1) High CountryGardens, www.highcountrygardens.com (2) Plants of Section A: Jun 23 Sa 9:00am-1:00pmthe Southwest, www.plantsofthesouthwest.com Note: Map will be mailed/emailed prior to the start of class.Course: 07512 $95 For: 5 sessions McFarland Garden in Sandia ParkSection A: Jun 26-Jul 24 T 6:00pm-8:30pmCE North Building Beverly McFarland, Multimedia Artist & Herbalist and Growth & Enrichment Accreditied T’ai Chi Chih InstructorYvette TovarUpholstery BasicsHave you entertained the thought of upholsteringyour own piece of furniture? It is no mystery. Comeand see how furniture is put together and you willnever look at a piece of furniture the same way! Youwill learn how furniture is constructed, the quality ofthe piece and how to tackle simple upholstery jobs.You will learn what tools and resources are available toyou, how to trouble-shoot structural issues and tendto aesthetic wood blemishes. A materials list is avail- Home & Gardenable at dce.unm.edu and there is a materials fee of $10payable to the instructor.Course: 07514 $95 For: 3 sessionsSection A: Jul 7-21 Sa 10:00am-12:00pmCE South BuildingChristine ReischOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 101
  • 103. Note: Students registered in parent child swimming please enter Johnson Gym through the outside gate at the therapy pool. Aquatics Swimming: Parent/Child (ages 3-7 years) UNM Employees: You may use your Tuition Remission Children ages 3-7 years who are comfortable in the benefit for all adult swimming classes. For complete Tuition Remission benefit information call the benefits water but cannot swim will be exposed to basic swim- office at (505)277-MyHR ming skills, such as rhythmic breathing, gliding, begin- ner stroke, backstroke, and frontcrawl. ⁄ Parents must furnish a written clearance from the child’s physician Swimming: Level I within the first two weeks of class. Children must pro- If you are uncomfortable in the water and cannot vide their own suits and towels. Enrollment is limited swim 50 feet, this course is for you. Basic skills and to 8 children. Parents are strongly encouraged to be in water safety will be covered with an introduction to the water with their child. deep water. Physician’s written approval requested Course: 01107 $95 For: 5 sessions within first two weeks of class. Students furnish their Section A: Jul 7-Aug 4 Sa 9:00am-9:30am own swimming suits. Section B: Jul 7-Aug 4 Sa 9:30am-10:00am Course: 01101 $95 For: 14 sessions Both sections: UNM Johnson Center Section A: Jun 5-Jul 19 TTh 6:00pm-7:00pm Ulrike M. Kerstges, PhD Highland High School Pool Faith Brooks Swimming for Children/Experienced Beginners The class is designed for children with prior skills and Swimming Conditioning knowledge acquired during previous swimming classes. For those who are proficient in front crawl, elementary Strokes will be refined and some aspects of condition- backstroke, sidestroke, breaststroke and back crawl. ing through swimming will be addressed. Through This is strictly an endurance building class. ⁄ Please drills and individual corrections, the students will be have your physicians approval the first week of class. able to progress from the beginner level to the inter- Course: 01105 $95 For: 14 sessions mediate level. ⁄ Parents do not have to be in the water Section A: Jun 5-Jul 19 TTh 7:00pm-8:00pm with their children. Parent must provide written clear- Highland High School Pool ance from their child’s physician within the first twoGrowth & Enrichment Faith Brooks weeks of class and provide suits and towels. Swimming: Parent/Child (Ages 6 months-3 years) Course: 01108 $95 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jul 7-Aug 4 Sa 10:00am-10:30am Parents, learn techniques for teaching your child UNM Johnson Center through demonstration, repetition, and praise. This course promotes water safety knowledge and practices, Ulrike M. Kerstges, PhD aquatic adjustment and swimming readiness skills, par- ticipation, socialization, and fun and enjoyment in the water. Parents must furnish a written clearance from the child’s physician within the first two weeks of class and provide their own suits and towels. Enrollment is limited to 10 parent/child teams.Aquatics Course: 01106 $90 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jul 7-Aug 4 Sa 8:00am-8:30am Section B: Jul 7-Aug 4 Sa 8:30am-9:00am Both sections: UNM Johnson Center Ulrike M. Kerstges, PhD 102 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 104. Drawing Graphite, Pencil, Pen and Ink This course is designed for students with or without previous experience in formal drawing.In this class we will work extensively with a variety of drawing tech- niques. You will learn to handle and manipulate graphite pencils to produce areas of tonality and tex- ture in both representational and abstract composi- tions. You will manipulate textural areas of their draw- ings with India ink, fountain pens or technical ink pens (Rapidographs). We will also explore light transparent overlays of color washes; chiaroscuro (light and dark) techniques. A combination of watercolor washes along with graphite pencils, pen and ink will also be used. Note: A materials list will be available at dce.unm.edu. Approximate cost of materials is $35. Course: 02161 $120 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 11-Jul 30 M 7:00pm-9:30pmArts CE South Building Alan YablonskyDrawing on the Right Side of the Brain Portrait Drawing: BeginningDrawing on the Right Side of the Brain is the mostwidely used drawing instruction book in the world. Work from a live model and study the structure of theThis course is for people at all skill levels who want to human skull and muscles of the neck and shoulders inlearn to draw. Based on discoveries in brain research, this introduction to drawing the human head. Basicthe basic exercises in this book will help to release your proportions and techniques of shading with light andcreative potential and tap into the special abilities of dark tones will be emphasized. Come to the first classthe visual, perceptual, right hemisphere of the brain. prepared to draw. Bring sketch paper (14" x 17" orBring a pencil, eraser, and typing paper to the first larger) and drawing pencils. Note: A $30 model fee isclass where a complete supply list will be given. payable to the instructor at the beginning of first ses-Required Text: The New Drawing on the Right Side sion.of the Brain, Edwards. All students are required to Course: 02162 $165 For: 8 sessionspurchase The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Section A: Jun 7-Jul 26 Th 6:00pm-8:30pmBrain, Edwards. Text is available at the UNM Aragon Studio in SE AreaBookstore. Approximate cost of materials is $45. Judith Alison AragonCourse: 02154 $140 For: 8 sessions Sketching on the Go!Section A: Jun 5-Jul 24 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Learn how to sketch anything, anywhere. Practice theCE North Building basic observation and drawing skills necessary to drawJudith Alison Aragon and paint effectively with pleasure and confidence. Growth & EnrichmentExperimental Drawing and Mixed Media Develop your own artistic style. Learn tips for creatingBeginners through advanced students and working memorable travel location imgages. Using these skillsartists are welcome to join this exciting mixed-media will to help you take better photographs. Each weekdrawing class. We will develop a drawing through layers we will meet at a different location in Albuquerque.utilizing different mediums. Drawing from objects, Supplies list will be available at registration. First classphotos, and abstract mark-making to create layers of meets at the pavillion in Old Town Plaza.information with various materials will allow you to Course: 02163 $85 For: 4 sessionsdevelop a process that is both formal and personal. Section A: Jun 10 Su 2:00pm-5:00pmSpace, value, color, composition, and layering tech- Pavilion in Old Town Plazaniques will be discussed. Learning to analyze and look Sunny Birklundat the complexity in a drawing will enable you to findthe “surprise” in the drawing. Note: A $30 materials Artsfee is payable to the instructor at the first class meeting. Register Now! Continuing Education is aThe materials fee will cover mediums and some paper. self-sustaining department. All courses have setA supply list of additional materials to bring to the first minimum enrollments and decisions on courseclass is available upon registration and at dce.unm.edu. cancellations are made 2-3 days prior to theCourse: 02160 $150 For: 8 sessions start date of each class. Please don’t wait untilSection A: Jun 12-Jul 31 T 6:00pm-9:00pm the last minute to register.CE South BuildingDiane RolnickOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 103
  • 105. Perspective Drawing A Painting A Day This course is a beginning/intermediate examination Loosen up and believe in yourself! You can create a of linear perspective; the intellectual basis for represen- painting in a session, and this class will teach you how. tational thought and spatial illusionism. The principle Works of art created “alla prima” are vital, energetic, perspective system is based on Brunelleschi’s theories, and full of spontaneity. Students are encouraged to use and later more fully developed by Alberti and Da art materials they already own, and the instructor can Vinci. By the end of the course, you will have: multi- provide guidance as to the purchase of additional sup- ple, one and two-point perspective in landscape and plies. This class is best suited to those who have had at still life; and accurately incorprate foreshortening and least a beginner’s course in any painting media. The shadowing. Please bring to the first class; 11"x14" or instructor is experienced in watercolor, acrylic, oil, pas- 18"x24" drawing pad, variety of drawing pencils, tri- tel, and mixed media techniques. angles and metal straightedge (ruler and/or T-square). Course: 02175 $135 For: 8 sessions Approximate cost of materials for this course is $35. A Section A: Jun 6-Aug 1 W 6:00pm-9:00pm supply list is available at dce.unm.edu. Note: Class will not meet on July 4. Course: 02164 $120 For: 8 sessions Sailer Studio in SW Area Section A: Jun 13-Aug 8 W 6:00pm-9:00pm Bethe Sailer Note: Class will not meet on July 4. CE South Building Paint Without Numbers and Sandra Kutarnia Color Outside the Lines Find the passion and love of art, find your inner Painting with Acrylics expression. Through the use of various techniques and Learn to paint shape and form without drawing. The media learn from the beginning what you need to do emphasis in this class will be on color, space and com- to empower your inner creative self. You will have position, value and texture, contrast and balance. We hands-on studio time as well as short lectures to help will explore the principles of design, the medium and you develop your hidden talents. Note: A materials list techniques, the mood and meaning, and the elements is available at dce.unm.edu. of art. A supply list is available at dce.unm.edu. Expect Course: 02178 $120 For: 6 sessions to spend approximately $90 for supplies and bring Section A: Jun 19-Jul 31 T 1:00pm-4:00pm them to the first class. Attendance at first class is Note: Class will not meet on July 3. mandatory. CE South Building Course: 02170 $110 For: 7 sessions Ralph Greene, MFA Section A: Jun 7-Jul 19 Th 1:00pm-4:00pm Section B: Jun 13-Aug 1 W 6:00pm-8:30pm Shibori: The Japanese Art of Fabric Dyeing Note: Class will not meet on July 4. Come discover and create the beautiful hand-dyed fab- Both sections: CE North Building rics of Japan! Shibori is a traditional Japanese fabric Polly Jackson dyeing technique, whereby the fabric is shaped, then secured in various ways, before dyeing. You will be given a hands-on introduction to wrapping and stitch- Are you 50 or over? ing techniques and then dyeing the fabric to produceGrowth & Enrichment an overall surface design on fabric. You will take home one completed scarf (or small tapestry), as well as sev- If so, you are eligible to receive a 10% discount eral sample squares. This is a class for students of any for all Growth & Enrichment classes and most level, including students with no previous knowledge of Shibori. Optional Text: Shibori: The Inventive Art Business & Technology classes. Become a mem- of Japanese Shaped Resisit Dyeing. (Amazon.com). A ber of our Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and materials list is available at dce.unm.edu. Approximate find out about this and other exciting benefits to cost of materials is $70. An additional materials fee of joining this unique community of learners. $40 is payable to the instructor the first day of class. Membership in our Osher Lifelong Learning Course: 02185 $110 For: 8 sessions Institute opens the door for adults 50 and above Section A: Jun 6-Aug 1 W 1:30pm-4:30pm to choose from many thought-provoking, Note: Class will not meet on July 4.Arts non-credit classes in areas like art, history, CE North Building literature and science. Sara Magnuson, MFA $20 Membership fee. For more information contact Maralie Belonge at 505-277-6179 or visit dce.unm.edu/Osher. 104 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 106. Expressive Color in Oil Pastels Modeling the Head In ClayColor can make or break your painting. Discover the This course is for all sculpture students. We will workmany ways you as an artist can use color to convey in terra-cotta clay from a live model. Basic blockingfeelings and evoke emotions through your art. You will and modeling techniques will be covered as well aslearn the seven elements and principles of design to study of the anatomy of the skull, neck, back, andcreate a strong and pleasing painting. Improve your shoulder structures. Illusionistic techniques for render-ability to apply color in a way that the impressionists ing of eyes and hair will be demonstrated. Bring a plas-and expressionists did to transform your ideas expres- tic garbage bag, spritz bottle and sack lunch to thesively and uniquely. Each class will begin with a brief first class. Note: A clay and model fee of $40 isdemonstration and color exercises to help you see col- payable to the instructor at the first class meeting.ors in a new way. Be prepared to start exploring colors Course: 02190 $170 For: 8 sessionsand transform your work from the very first class. Section A: Jun 9-Jul 28 Sa 10:30am-2:30pmNote: A supply list is available at the time of registra- Aragon Studio in SE Areation, and at dce.unm.edu. Approximate cost of sup- Judith Alison Aragonplies is $40. Optional: Bring a table top easel to class.Course: 02186 $80 For: 6 sessions Raku Fired Handbuilt PotterySection A: Jun 19-Jul 31 T 3:00pm-5:00pm In this class you will learn several hand-building tech-CE South Building niques, including coil, pinch and slab and the use ofGary Sanchez, Certified Art Teacher hump and slump molds. A variety of projects will be demonstrated by the instructor at the beginning ofBeginning Landscape Oil Painting each class, followed by time for you to work on yourThis is an entry level course for people who have never own pieces. Note: A $85 materials fee is payable tohad experience in landscape oil painting.You will learn the instructor at the first class.how to mix and use oil colors, as well as values, edges, Course: 02192 $185 For: 8 sessionscomposition and atmosphere in landscape paintings. Section A: Jun 14-Aug 2 Th 6:00pm-9:00pmDemonstrations will be done throughout each session Coyote Clay Schoolalong with individual attention during each class. You Coyote Clay Staffwill receive an 8"x10" color and black-and-white land-scape photograph to work from along with other Trial by Fireinstructional materials. A supply list is available at Basic throwing on the wheel is just the warm-up todce.unm.edu. Bring supplies to first class. the real fun of this class, learning to fire your workCourse: 02188 $120 For: 9 sessions with four very unique techniques. The soda kiln, deco-Section A: Jun 7-Aug 2 Th 6:00pm-8:30pm ration starts with colored slips and engobes on wetNote: Class will not meet on July 5. clay. When dry enough, the work will be fired in a spe-CE North Building cial kiln up to about 2300 degrees. Then, a solution ofGary Sanchez, Certified Art Teacher soda and water is sprayed in, which vaporize and settle on the pots to form the unique flashing and “orangeThe Art of Mixing Colors: peel” texture. In preparing for the gas and electric fir-An Introduction to Painting ings we will continue the use of slip techniques, Growth & EnrichmentExperience the power of color! Betty Edwards, the including combing, trailing and sgraffitto, in combina-author of the world-famous Drawing on the Right Side tion with colored glazes. We will finish up with a rakuof the Brain, has written a new and amazing book on firing; this involves removing the pots from the kilncolor theory! In this course, we will learn about color while glowing red hot, and placing in sawdust orand making beautiful harmonic compositions using straw. Exciting and instantly gratifying, you can takeEdwards’ simple and enjoyable lessons. Using acrylic raku fired pots home the same evening! Note: A $85paint, students will gain a deep understanding of basic lab fee is payable to the instructor at the first class.color theory, moving from basic exercises to full-color Course: 02195 $185 For: 8 sessionspaintings. This course is ideal as an introduction to Section A: Jun 11-Jul 30 M 6:00pm-9:00pmboth color AND painting, as well as a benefit to more Coyote Clay Schoolexperienced artists. Required Text: Color: A Course in Coyote Clay StaffMastering the Art of Mixing Colors by Betty Edwards. ArtsText is available at the UNM Bookstore. Approximate Register Now! Continuing Education is acost of materials for this class is $100. self-sustaining department. All courses have setCourse: 02189 $110 For: 8 sessions minimum enrollments and decisions on courseSection A: Jun 4-Jul 23 M 6:00pm-9:00pm cancellations are made 2-3 days prior to theCE North Building start date of each class. Please don’t wait untilSandra Kutarnia the last minute to register.Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 105
  • 107. Raku Pottery Potluck enthusiasm that’s part of working together in a pottery studio. Additional studio time is available on Fridays Spend your Sunday’s creating tea-bowls, clay masks, and Saturdays. Note: A $50 materials and firing fee is jewelry boxes, copper and turquoise beads and pen- payable to the instructor at the first class. A $50 mate- dants. We will glaze and fire our pieces in a raku kiln. rials and firing fee is payable to the instructor at the Raku firing technique is a famous centuries old first class. Map available through our registration Japanese method of producing ware for the Japanese office. tea ceremony. It’s exciting and requires teamwork to Course: 02199 $185 For: 8 sessions load and fire, then unload and smoke the ware in a container. Within 45 minutes you will have colorful, Section A: Jun 6-Jul 25 W 7:00pm-9:30pm iridescent glazed pieces ready to take home. Bring a Section B: Jun 9-Jul 28 Sa 10:00am-12:30pm dish to share as we enjoy our potluck lunch while we Both sections: Mudfish Pottery - Louis D’Amico get an overview of the process. Be prepared to share 2 Lou D’Amico afternoons of fun, good food and great pottery. The Cartooning Techniques For Everyone materials fee is $30, due at the first session. This workshop provides a step-by-step introduction to Course: 02197 $90 For: 2 sessions cartooning and quick-sketch techniques. Acquired Section A: Jul 22-29 Su 12:00pm-4:00pm drawing skills are applicable to a wide variety of class- Mudfish Pottery - Louis D’Amico room activities and sales presentations. Using 3 simple Lou D’Amico shapes, attendees will develop the abiltiy to draw hun- Clay Sculpture dreds of instant pictures - from faces, expressions and characters; to favortie animals...even caricaturing Sculpting in clay gives you an opportunity to make a famous faces! An information-packed, fun-filled pro- unique personal statement. No previous experience in gram for fans of cartoon art! About the instructor: art is necessary. Each student is taught individually, at Eric Teitelbaum is co-creator of the Pink Panther their own pace and level of experience. The class will Comic Strip. He is a former elementary school teacher be organized around several different projects. These and a recent “Teacher of the Year” award recipient projects include 3-dimensional mask making, carving from California State University. His drawings also clay and sculpting animal forms. Each project builds appear in The New Yorker Magazine. on the next and helps students learn the techniques necessary to make a 3-dimensional object. These tech- Course: 02200 $140 For: 2 sessions niques include slab, coil and carving. Students are Section A: Jun 5-6 TW 5:30pm-9:30pm invited to bring illustrations or photographs to class as CE South Building a way of developing their ideas. The sculptures will be Eric Teitelbaum fired, colored with clay slips for painting and decora- Beginning Jewelry/Metals tion, or textured and dry stained. Extra studio time is This beginning course provides the fundamental tech- available Fridays and Saturdays from 1 to 5pm. Note: niques for the design and creation of handcrafted jew- A $50 lab fee is payable to the instructor at the first elry. Beginning with a series of sterling silver rings, you meeting. Map available through our registration office. learn how to size, texture, chase, file, form, solder with Course: 02198 $185 For: 8 sessions an acetylene torch, oxidize, hand-polish, and high-pol- Section A: Jun 7-Jul 26 Th 7:00pm-9:30pmGrowth & Enrichment ish with a buffing machine. Your next project will Mudfish Pottery - Louis D’Amico involve fabricating a metal cup and setting a cabochon Lou D’Amico stone. Through weekly demonstrations, students will Stoneware and Raku Pottery learn the principles of sawing, piercing, silver solder- ing, filing, chasing, texturing, drilling, making jump Imagine eating from cups, bowls, and plates that rings, bezel-making/stone-setting, oxidizing, and vari- you’ve created yourself, or decorating your home with ous ways to polish and finish metal pieces. We will your own hand made sculpture. Whether you are a work with sterling silver, fine silver, copper, brass and beginner or more experienced you can learn our sim- semi-precious stones. Local silversmithing supply ple techniques to develop new skills including hand sources and supplies will be addressed, as well as work- building, wheel throwing and using bisque molds. ing lavishly with a limited budget. Prepare to be You’ll also learn about glazing and firing in stoneware adorned! Note: A materials fee of $95 is payable to and raku kilns. Raku firing is an exciting method forArts the instructor at the first class meeting. Limited to 6 achieving iridescent and metallic glazes. In less than an students. hour you can bring home colorful raku pieces right from the kiln. Participants will share the energy and Course: 02205 $230 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jun 12-Jul 10 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Diener Studio in SW Area - Downtown Kristin Diener, MFA 106 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 108. Continuing Jewelry/Metals The Art of the Beeswax CollageThis course is designed as a continuation of jewelry This class allows you to learn a new technique, to addmaking experience, for those students who have com- another layer of texture to your collages. This is anpleted the Beginning Jewelry/Metals class. We will exciting and environmentally-friendly technique, as nofocus on more complicated techniques in soldering glue is used in the entire process. Cosmetic grade,and stone-setting, including odd-shaped bezels, incor- pure white beeswax, with no resins or additives is usedporating found objects, and soldering pin findings. to adhere the paper ephemera and small 3-D objectsMore advanced techniques such as marriage-of-metals used in the collages. Crayons and water-based oiland reticulation will be explored. Note: A material fee paints add interesting color to the wax. A crock-pot isof $95 is payable to the instructor at the first class used to melt the wax and brushes get the wax to themeeting. Limited to 6 students. surface. A craft iron and blowgun allow you to smoothCourse: 02206 $230 For: 5 sessions out the wax or melt elements away.You will love thisSection A: Jun 11-Jul 9 M 6:00pm-9:00pm class! Note: A supply list is available at dce.unm.edu.Diener Studio in SW Area - Downtown A $5 materials fee is payable to instructor at the begin-Kristin Diener, MFA ning of class. Course: 02212 $55 For: 1 sessionBrass and Copper Etchings Section A: Jun 23 Sa 1:00pm-5:00pmIn two seperate sessions you will create a finished CE South Buildingetched piece. Learn how to use acid resists such as Phoenix ForresterSharpies, rubber stamps or vinyl adhesive while usingan etchant to create negative space for your design. Mosaic with Vintage China and Found ObjectsThis process allows for creativity–you can draw on the We will be making a small shrine using vintage chinapiece or transfer with Xeroxed designs. The possibili- pieces, the thinner, delicate china, rather than theties are endless. You will be etching on 1 3⁄4" x 21⁄4" heavy industrial kind, along with found objects. Usingpieces of metal to create your uniquely designed piece. a strong piece of wood, approximately 12" x 12",Note: A material fee of $95 is payable to the instruc- preferably with a small ledge on the bottom, we willtor at the first class meeting. Limited to 6 students. spend the first 4-hour class adhering the china andCourse: 02208 $150 For: 2 sessions objects to the surface, using a special adhesive, in aSection A: Jun 23-30 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm pattern of your choosing. The “theme” is up to you.Diener Studio in SW Area - Downtown The final 4-hour class will be spent grouting yourKristin Diener, MFA piece to complete it. You will then have the skills and product knowledge enabling you to go on to moreVisions Collage Workshop elaborate and complex pieces. Note: A supply list isHave you ever done a collage of what you’d like your available at dce.unm.edu. Approximate cost of supplieslife to look like? In this class we will explore that! We is $20.will make a collage of our goals, dreams and visions for Course: 02213 $185 For: 2 sessionsour lives. And then, in safe surroundings and with our Section A: Jul 7-14 Sa 1:00pm-5:00pmaffirming, positive class members, we will share them Forrester Studio in SE Areawith each other. This is a powerful and magical process Phoenix Forrester Growth & Enrichmentthat lets the Universe know our true heart and souls’desires in all areas of our lives. All materials, which The Luminous Collageinclude magazines galore, poster board, glue sticks, Take your collage skill to the next level with this excit-maps and other items for your use will be provided. ing and expansive class using luminous acrylic paintsNote: A $5 materials fee is payable to instructor at the (Pebeo, from France or Lumiare), collage elements,beginning of the class. and finally oil paints. The incredible richness of colorCourse: 02210 $55 For: 1 session will add a new and vibrant dimension to your collage.Section A: Jun 16 Sa 1:00pm-5:00pm Using vintage photographs, postcards, ledger pages,Forrester Studio in SE Area stamps, and any other beautiful and interesting paperPhoenix Forrester ephemera, we will create magnificent works of art like never before! You will have plenty of time to experi- ment and create several pieces of art, depending on Arts your personal style and speed. All levels are welcome. Note: A supply list is available at dce.unm.edu. Course: 02215 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 22 Su 1:00pm-5:00pm Forrester Studio in SE Area Phoenix ForresterOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 107
  • 109. The Art of Papermaking Resin...For the Fun Of It Understand the basics of Western papermaking and Have you ever wanted to make little objects with pho- related paper arts. You will learn how to cook and beat tos, glitter, and other images embedded in resin? It’s different plant fiber which will be used to make paper fun and easy. After almost giving up on the process, for a hand-bound book project of your choice. You the instructor has worked out all the kinks and perfect- will have the opportunity to create a significant paper ed the process. Join her and learn the basics. We will inventory. Experimentation is encouraged! make several items of your choice. You can make Papermaking is fun and wet. Note: Please dress appro- charms for earrings, necklaces or bracelets, as well as priately and wear shoes that are waterproof. Paper lots of other interesting things. Once you get started, molds and all pulp, plus binding materials are included you’ll be hooked and the sky is the limit! Note: A sup- in your $75 materials fee which payable to the instruc- ply list is available at dce.unm.edu. tor at the first class is meeting. Class is limited to six. Course: 02223 $50 For: 1 session Course: 02216 $175 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jun 30 Sa 1:00pm-3:00pm Section A: Jun 6-Jul 11 W 7:00pm-9:00pm Forrester Studio in SE Area Note: Class will not meet on July 4. Phoenix Forrester Lerma Studio Stephanie Lerma Life Journey: A Creative Memoir This class is a mixed media exploration to help you Assemblage Workshop 101 track and record some of your major life experiences. Assemblage consists of making a 3-D artistic composi- Join in and create your personal time line landscapes. tion from putting together found objects. In this class Write, Journal, Collage, Draw and Paint, Act or Sing we will explore and construct the varieties of assem- as you recall and record memorable Passages, People blage from the free standing to ones in shadow boxes. and Places in your life. Engage your creative dialogue The juxtaposition of seeming unrelated old and odd with music and movement exercises to stimulate right objects is a thrilling adventure. Bring your treasures brain activity. and let us each create magical works of art! Note: A Course: 02229 $125 For: 4 sessions supply list is available at dce.unm.edu. Section A: Jun 9-30 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm Course: 02217 $100 For: 1 session CE South Building Section A: Aug 4 Sa 1:00pm-5:00pm Diane Chase, M.A. Forrester Studio in SE Area Phoenix Forrester Anything Goes!—Open Studio Make time to explore your own artistic ideas! Come ArtBiz and work on your individual project in this very special Are you ready to get serious about the business side of class. This course is designed to support the budding your art? Whether you are a successful working artist independent artist. This weekly working session will or plan to begin a new career in the arts when you not only provide scheduled time for art making, but retire or are at a point in your career where it is time also individualized, caring attention to your specific to take that next step toward promoting and selling artistic needs. Feedback from fellow students during your work, you will benefit from attending the ArtBiz classroom discussions will support your creativeGrowth & Enrichment Seminar. This is a practical and informative presenta- growth. Painting, drawing, beading, mixed media, or tion designed to enhance any artist’s professionalism. anything that you can bring to class is welcome. This is You will discover how to create a professional work the time for you to challenge yourself! environment, learn techniques in self-promotion, Course: 02240 $90 For: 8 sessions establish lasting artist/gallery relations and protect Section A: Jun 7-Aug 2 Th 7:00pm-9:00pm your creative rights. ArtBiz provides critical informa- Note: Class will not meet on July 5. tion for production-based artists at all levels, from CE South Building those just getting started to those well established who Stacey Heim are interested in selling what they create. Note: This class is UNM tuition remission benefits eligible. Course: 02221 $60 For: 1 session Register Now! Continuing Education is a Section A: Aug 4 Sa 9:30am-4:30pm self-sustaining department. All courses have setArts CE South Building minimum enrollments and decisions on course John Attardi cancellations are made 2-3 days prior to the start date of each class. Please don’t wait until the last minute to register. 108 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 110. Chocolate: A Divine Decadence Chocolate is the best, most popular flavor and is defi- nitely decadent! It can be white, dark, cocoa, and usedBonne Cuisine as a sweet or a savory. There will be a selection of recipes, Ganache for truffles, sinful Chocolate Mousse, Red Chile Chocolate Mole Sauce for chicken, Flourless Participants who wish to transfer their registration Italian Chocolate Cake and more. We will discuss from one cooking class to another must do so three selection and types of chocolate, proper storage, melt- days prior to the start of the class they are transferring ing and tempering. Everyone will have a chance to get from. There will be a $20 transfer fee for those their hands in the chocolate. Note: A food fee of $15 students transferring after that period. will be collected at the start of the class meeting. Course: 03254 $55 For: 1 sessionThe Art of Baking Section A: Jun 6 W 6:00pm-9:00pmThis class is a demonstration with some hands-on par- Los Altos Christian Churchticipation on high altitude baking. Students will learn Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud-to put into practice baking techniques and skills. ied at the Culinary Institute of AmericaTopics include weights and measures as applied to Stir Fry Made Easycake, bread and pastry baking and the chemistry ofbaking. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at Learn recipes, stir fry and cutting techniques, as well asthe start of the class meeting. identification of ingredients to be able to produceCourse: 03250 $55 For: 1 session healthy, quick, economical meals. Join us and enjoy this fresh and inovative cooking style. Note: A foodSection A: Jun 26 T 6:00pm-9:00pm fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the classLos Altos Christian Church meeting.Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud- Course: 03256 $55 For: 1 sessionied at the Culinary Institute of America Section A: Jun 5 T 6:00pm-9:00pmSensational Salads Los Altos Christian ChurchSalads can be tossed, composed, hot, cold side, main, Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud-grains or greens, limited only by your imagination. We ied at the Culinary Institute of Americawill create Chicken Salad Chinois, Warm Scallop Salad Cooking With Seasonal Productswith Roasted Baby Vegetables, Best Ever Caesar,Taboulleh Salad and Wild Rice Salad. Note: A food Do you ever go to the Farmer’s Market and wishedfee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class you knew what to do with those unusual vegetablesmeeting. such as fennel, turnips, beets, leeks, or kale? In thisCourse: 03252 $55 For: 1 session class you will learn to put these fresh, seasonal vegeta- bles together and make outstanding new dishes. YouSection A: Jun 12 T 6:00pm-9:00pm will even surprise yourself! Note: A food fee of $15Los Altos Christian Church will be collected at the start of the class meeting.Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud- Course: 03257 $55 For: 1 sessionied at the Culinary Institute of America Growth & Enrichment Section A: Aug 2 Th 6:00pm-9:00pmBreakfast For Dinner Jan’s on 4thBreakfast doesn’t just have to be in the morning; in Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking Schoolthis class you will learn how it can be both. Make Instructor and CatererBlueberry Lemon Scones, Frittata, Green Chile Mysteries of Fish CookingQuiche, Cheese Blintzes and so much more. We willlearn how to bake some outstanding biscuits and top Explore the mysteries of fish cookery. We will use vari-them with eggs and hollandaise sauce. Note: A food ous techniques such as poaching and stewing, and wefee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class will use recipes that best prepare this most healthy ofmeeting. all proteins. Enjoy shrimp with Mango Curry Salad inCourse: 03253 $55 For: 1 session Won Ton Cups, Bouillabaisse, Poached Salmon, Fish Steamed in the Chinese Manner and more. Note: ASection A: Jun 14 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Bonne Cuisine food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of theJan’s on 4th class meeting.Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Course: 03259 $55 For: 1 sessionInstructor and Caterer Section A: Jun 19 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Los Altos Christian Church Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud- ied at the Culinary Institute of AmericaOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 109
  • 111. French Bistro Cooking Exploring the Cuisine of India Take the most elegant cuisine to a practical level with This is an introduction to East Indian cooking. We will the hearty foods found in the simple little restaurants learn about the spices and unusual ingredients used in of France. The menu will consist of Vichyssoise, Salad this cuisine, as well as produce a delicious menu of Nicoise, French bread and Plum almond Tart with Roasted Eggplant mash, Spicy baked Salmon, Lentil homemade pie pastry. Note: A $15 food fee will be Dal with ginger and cilantro, Stir fry green beans with collected at the start of the class meeting. cumin, Pineapple chutney and Baked Yogurt ramekins Course: 03261 $55 For: 1 session with fig syrup. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collect- Section A: Jul 10 T 6:00pm-9:00pm ed at the start of the class meeting. Los Altos Christian Church Course: 03276 $55 For: 1 session Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud- Section A: Jun 20 W 6:00pm-9:00pm ied at the Culinary Institute of America Los Altos Christian Church Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud- Mangia Italiano ied at the Culinary Institute of America Traditional cooking of Northern Italy, which is simple yet elegant and so much more than red sauce and gar- Vegetarian Feast lic. We will produce a complete menu for entertaining What is a parsnip and what do you do with it? Can beets or just to treat your family. Note: A food fee of $15 really be good for you? Is that spinach we are having? will be collected at the start of the class meeting. There are so many vegetables out there just waiting to Course: 03266 $55 For: 1 session be used in some fabulous tasting dish. Come and not Section A: Jun 27 W 6:00pm-9:00pm only learn, but eat these fine vegetables in soups, salads, Los Altos Christian Church side dishes and as main courses! Note: A $15 food fee Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud- will be collected at the beginning of the class meeting. ied at the Culinary Institute of America Course: 03279 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 27 F 6:00pm-9:00pm Paella Valenciana Jan’s on 4th Here is a wonderful menu to take you to Spain, with Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Classic Paella Valenciana with seafood and chicken as Instructor and Caterer the centerpiece. There will be a selection of Tapas for starters, along with Gazpacho, and for dessert, Canning Vegetables and Flan.Note: A $15 food fee will be collected at the start Making Jams and Jellies of the class meeting. Are you wondering how to preserve the flavors of Course: 03267 $50 For: 1 session summer? Join us and learn how canning those summer Section A: Jul 11 W 6:00pm-9:00pm vegetable at home can turn seasonal vegatables into a Los Altos Christian Church treat to be enjoyed year round. You will also learn how Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud- to take advantage of all the fresh fruit available this ied at the Culinary Institute of America summer and turn it into jams and jellies you can enjoy anythime. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected Mediterranean Table at the beginnin gof the class meeting.Growth & Enrichment Tour this wonderful sun-drenched region to discover Course: 03283 $55 For: 1 session new dishes and exotic spice combinations from Greece Section A: Jul 5 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm to Provence to Morocco. Learn how to make Greek Jan’s on 4th Moussaka, Baklava, Moroccan Chicken Tagine and Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School more. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the Instructor and Caterer start of the class meeting. Course: 03268 $55 For: 1 session New Mexico Red or Green Section A: Jul 17 T 6:00pm-9:00pm There is nothing like homemade tortillas and sopapil- Los Altos Christian Church las with your bowl of green chile stew. Come taste Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud- New Mexico cuisine at its finest! Learn how to make ied at the Culinary Institute of America red and green chile sauce that will please even grand- ma. Green chile chicken enchiladas, pinto beans in aBonne Cuisine pressure cooker and homemade salsa will start our fies- Register Now! Continuing Education is a ta. Come hungry! Note: A food fee of $15 will be col- self-sustaining department. All courses have set lected at the beginning of the class meeting. minimum enrollments and decisions on course Course: 03284 $55 For: 1 session cancellations are made 2-3 days prior to the Section A: Aug 3 F 6:00pm-9:00pm start date of each class. Please don’t wait until Jan’s on 4th the last minute to register. Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer 110 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 112. Cooking 101 Culinary Tour of ItalyLearn basic cooking techniques as well as developing The many regions of Italy are rich in local ingredientsnew recipes to please all. You will learn how to read a to cook with. We will go on a dining exploration andrecipe, how to put it all together in a timely manner discover the uses for these delicious ingredients.and have the confidence to try new things. This class is Recipes include Abruzzo Chicken and Eggplanta must for those who want to go forward in their culi- Casserole. From Florence we’ll enjoy Apple Nut Torte,nary experience! You will learn knife skills, how to from Milan Risotto and so much more. Note: A foodproperly cut vegetables and fruit, and how use substi- fee of $15 will be collected at the beginning of thetutions in recipes and have the same end result. Note: class meeting.A food fee of $15 will be collected at the beginning of Course: 03294 $55 For: 1 sessionthe class meeting. Section A: Aug 1 W 6:00pm-9:00pmCourse: 03286 $55 For: 1 session Los Altos Christian ChurchSection A: Jun 6 W 6:00pm-9:00pm Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud-Jan’s on 4th ied at the Culinary Institute of AmericaJanice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Low Fat and LusciousInstructor and Caterer Low Fat and Luscious Cuisine (as featured in BonCooking 102 Apetit) is delicious, low fat and calories, and easy to pre-Do you have basic cooking skills and want to know more? pare. We will also discuss ways to lower the fat and calo-Are you ready to take the next step in your culinary rie content of existing recipes. Menu will consist of Coldadventure? Join us and continue to hone your kitchen Zucchini soup, Poached chicken salad with Raspberryskills! Learn more intricate cooking techniques as well as vinaigrette, Stuffed baked Fish, Sesame broccoli andpractice more complex recipes. Learn about seasonal Vanilla Yogurt mold . Note: A food fee of $15 will beingredients and try new recipes. Note: A food fee of $15 collected at the start of the class meeting.will be collected at the beginning of the class meeting. Course: 03298 $55 For: 1 sessionCourse: 03287 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 31 T 6:00pm-9:00pmSection A: Jun 15 F 6:00pm-9:00pm Los Altos Christian ChurchJan’s on 4th Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud-Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School ied at the Culinary Institute of AmericaInstructor and Caterer Gluten Free BakingThe Business of Catering Gluten free living is becoming more common for indi-This seminar is for anyone interested in catering and learn- viduals coping with Celiac disease, and for those whoing the ins and outs of food services from startup to party just want to limit their use of flour. In this class youcompletion. The topics to be covered include: startup, will learn recipes that have been tried and enjoyedlegal requirements, menu design, marketing and advertis- without flour. Learn to make many of your favoriteing, creating a brochure, costing/pricing, proposals and foods, from pie crusts to desserts to corn bread stuff-contracts, production of the party, and staffing. Note: ing for Thanksgiving Dinner. Come and learn newThis course is UNM tuition remission benefits eligible. ways of eating without sacrificing taste. Note: A food Growth & EnrichmentCourse: 03289 $55 For: 1 session fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the classSection A: Jun 14 Th 6:00pm-9:30pm meeting.CE South Building Course: 03301 $55 For: 1 sessionGilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud- Section A: Jul 20 F 6:00pm-9:00pmied at the Culinary Institute of America Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking SchoolA Repertoire of Sauces Instructor and CatererSauces are to food what icing is to the cake. They varyfrom main course enhancements to Pasta sauces to Tapassalad dressings to dessert creations. We will cover the Tapas, small bites but full of flavor and filling. Learn whatvarious sauce families and make many of them, such as the Spanish have already figured out. You don’t have toclassic Bearnaise, Raspberry Mole, Tomato-Basil for have a huge serving of food to have bountiful taste. Tapas Bonne Cuisinepasta, Grand Marnier for dessert and many more. are small bites such as fried avocados with salsa, PaellaNote: A $15 food fee will be collected at the start of with pork and chicken. Note: A food fee of $15 will beclass meeting. collected at the beginning of the class meeting.Course: 03290 $55 For: 1 session Course: 03302 $55 For: 1 sessionSection A: Jul 24 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Section A: Jul 26 Th 6:00pm-9:00pmLos Altos Christian Church Jan’s on 4thGilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud- Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking Schoolied at the Culinary Institute of America Instructor and CatererOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 111
  • 113. Six Ingredients or Less Cuisine in 30 Minutes or Less This is a beginner class for those who just need a little Ever feel you have to be fast and furious to get some- help getting dinner on the table. You will learn basic thing on the table for dinner? This class is for you. You techniques in cooking and what is really meant by a will learn about time management, recipes that don’t pinch of salt. Learn the fundamentals while preparing take hours to prepare but taste like you spent hours in delicious and simple cuisine. Note: A food fee of $15 the kitchen. Beef Stroganoff, Pecan Chicken, Cajun will be colected at the start of the class meeting. Catfish all done with side dishes in 30 minutes or less. Course: 03303 $55 For: 1 session Come with big expectations to be met and conquered Section A: Jul 19 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm here. This class is not for someone who doesn’t like to Jan’s on 4th eat! Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School start of the class meeting. Instructor and Caterer Course: 03307 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 28 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Pressure Cooking Jan’s on 4th Learn how to prep and cook your meals in less than Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School half the time! You will learn how to use your pressure Instructor and Caterer cooker fearlessly. Using a variety of meats and vegeta- bles in each class, you will be surprised at the combina- Cooking for Lunch: Cool Summer Foods tions of meals that are possible. From green chile stew Want to have more than just sandwiches for lunch? in 20 minutes, to chocolate cheesecake that will please Join us for a quick cooking lesson during your lunch any plate. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at hour. Each 1⁄12; hour class includes a cooking demon- the start of the class meeting. stration, generous samples of featured dishes and Course: 03304 $55 For: 1 session printed recipes to take home. In this class you will Section A: Jul 12 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm make and taste cold cucumber soup, curried chicken Jan’s on 4th salad, pasta salad with balsamic vinaigrette and straw- Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School berries cardinal. There is a $15 food fee payable to the Instructor and Caterer instructor the day of the class. Course: 03309 $35 For: 1 session Cooking on a Budget Section A: Jul 6 F 11:30am-1:00pm Cook on a budget and create fantastic food. You will CE North Building learn how to prepare a chicken and then make several Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud- meals out of it. Learn tips to stretch your dollar by ied at the Culinary Institute of America shopping for sale items, creating menus, cooking food and freezing some for later. What to do with a tough Cooking for Lunch: Easy Chicken cut of meat? Come to class and see what you can save Want to have more than just sandwiches for lunch? and create! Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected Join us for a quick cooking lesson during your lunch at the start of the class meeting. hour. Each 1⁄12; hour class includes a cooking demon- Course: 03305 $55 For: 1 session stration, generous samples of featured dishes and Section A: Jun 21 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm printed recipes to take home. In this chicken class youGrowth & Enrichment Jan’s on 4th will make and taste chicken Provencal, Chicken Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Marsala, Chicken Scallops in mustard sauce and more. Instructor and Caterer There is a $15 food fee payable to the instructor the day of the class. Spices and Rubs Course: 03310 $35 For: 1 session Learn to combine, chop, mix and experiment with tra- Section A: Jul 20 F 11:30am-1:00pm ditional and exotic spices as well as local New Mexico CE North Building spices. After creating your spices and rubs you will Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, stud- apply them to a variety of meats, vegetables and sauces ied at the Culinary Institute of America to spice up your favorite dish! You will also learn to create oils and homemade vanilla! Come and create in this exciting class. Note: A food fee of $15 will be col-Bonne Cuisine lected at the start of the class meeting. Course: 03306 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 7 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer 112 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 114. The Laughter Workshop Laughter releases a wide range of “feel-good” hor- mones that help your mind and body be at their best.Communication This fun, fast-paced workshop introduces you to the refreshing experience of laughter for its own sake,Our Existence After Life without the use of humor or comedy. You’ll take home six simple practices that will put more laughter in yourWill Rike, author of I Was Still Me, compiled a ran- life. Laughter is a superlative stress-reducer and ener-dom sample of reports made by persons who had an gy-booster. It’s not a frill or luxury, but a necessaryafterlife experience and lived to tell about it. He then component of a healthy individual or organization.made lists of things they said that were familiar. The Resiliency, teamwork and creativity are all enhanced byresult is a description of our next existence in consider- laughter, so it helps groups and organizations as wellable detail. There is no religion or philosophy behind as individuals. Spontaneous laughter is a learned skill.this workshop. $10 book fee payable to instructor. You’ll think about laughter differently after this work-Course: 04300 $45 For: 1 session shop, and enjoy more of it every day.Section A: Aug 1 W 7:00pm-9:00pm Course: 04317 $45 For: 1 sessionSegara Residence in NE Area Section A: Jul 28 Sa 10:00am-12:00pmDaniel Mahony, MPhil CE South BuildingLoving What Is: The Work of Byron Katie James Masica, MA, LPCCDo you believe that many things are wrong in the Your Dreams Talk To Youworld and your own life? If you do The Work, you will Everybody dreams. You will learn the six functions ofcertainly feel better about your own life. Byron Katie’s dreams, the two types of dreams, and dream incuba-three popular books, workshops, videos, and website tion. Come and learn how to remember dreams, howhave helped millions accept reality and find peace. to keep a dream journal, how to interpret dreams, andAfter a major depressive crisis, she discovered a new how to dream to solve problems and enhance creativi-way of thinking that pulled her out of it and prevented ty. Bring a dream, either a recent one or a long agoany relapses. By asking yourself the Four Questions dream. If you do not have a dream you will be givenabout disturbing thoughts, you too can turn your something with which to work. You will leave thisthinking around, using this powerful form of cognitive workshop feeling inspired. Note: Bring a notebooktherapy. We’ll read her first book, watch videos, discuss and a sack lunch.methods, and practice numerous examples from ourown lives. Required Text: Loving What Is: 4 Course: 04347 $65 For: 1 sessionQuestions That Can Change Your Life, Byron Katie. Section A: Jun 16 Sa 10:00am-5:00pmText can be purchased at UNM Bookstore. CE South BuildingCourse: 04314 $90 For: 4 sessions Rita Herther, MASection A: Jun 19-Jul 10 T 6:30pm-8:30pm Introduction to Constellation WorkCE South Building “They who do not know the village from which theyJon Nimitz come will never find the village they seek.” (Chinese Growth & EnrichmentMindful Living Proverb) Constellations are a deeply insightful process that shed light and bring clarity into our relationshipsAuthor/psychologist Tom Bien (The Buddha’s Way of in life. We are part of many different systems, the mostHappiness; Mindful Recovery; etc.) offers this Saturday powerful one is our family; but friends, communitiesworkshop for finding peace and ease in daily life. and our work environment also have a deep impact onMindfulness is rooted in Buddhist teaching. It is a path of our sense of well-being. Constellations offer a soulfulgentle, compassionate awareness that helps us untie diffi- way of illuminating personal, professional and organi-cult knots and live with greater freedom. This course com- zational issues. They provide a new perspective andbines practical techniques from eastern teaching and west- lasting solutions on family issues, health problems orern psychology to facilitate Mindful Living. You will learn professional challenges. Join us and experience thehow to use meditation (both sitting and walking) not just transformational power of constellations. We will beginas an isolated part of the day but as the basis for greater the afternoon with small group exercises and continuepeace and balance in daily life, for managing stress, Communication with two constellations for the afternoon.strengthening relationships, and improving mood- every-thing you need to begin living more deeply, mindfully and Course: 04332 $49 For: 1 sessionpeacefully. Optional Text: Finding the Center Within: The Section A: Jun 9 Sa 12:00pm-5:00pmHealing Way of Mindfulness Meditation, available in class. Healing GateCourse: 04316 $60 For: 1 session Ursula Nickel, Doctor of Oriental MedicineSection A: Jul 14 Sa 9:00am-5:00pmCE South BuildingThomas BienOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 113
  • 115. nose pliers, wire cutters, four feet of 18-gauge wire, and four feet of 20-gauge wire and an assortment of beads that fit on the wire. Note: A materials fee of $20 Crafts & Hobbies is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class. Course: 05359 $50 For: 1 session Bead Stringing Section A: Jul 17 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Design your own personal necklace and earrings. CE South Building Learn all the basic techniques of bead stringing, which Camille Argeanas will include how to knot between beads. Please bring lots of beads and any kind of charms you might like to Creative Wire Wrapping: Coiling put on your jewelry. Note: A materials fee of $20 is Learn to make coils and be amazed with the variations payable to the instructor at the beginning of the first of jewelry you can create. We will explore designs with class. coils and twisted wire, making chain links, and beads Course: 05352 $70 For: 1 session made from coils to create a unique necklace for you to Section A: Jun 9 Sa 9:30am-4:00pm take home. Note: A materials fee of $20 is payable to CE South Building the instructor at the beginning of the first class. Please Camille Argeanas bring jeweler’s needle nose pliers, round nose pliers, wire cutters, 10 feet of 18-gauge wire, and an assort- Make Your Own Vintage Typewriter Key Bracelet ment of beads that fit on the wire. In this class, students will be making their own Course: 05360 $50 For: 1 session authentic vintage typewriter key bracelet. This bracelet Section A: Aug 1 W 6:00pm-9:00pm requires no soldering, there will be a large selection of CE South Building fabulous type keys with letters and numbers to choose Camille Argeanas from. Students can make an especially wonderful bracelet for themselves. The keys will all be cut, the Creative Wire Wrapping: Flat Spiral backs ground down and ready to adhere to the Make spiral hook’n eye clasps that will dress up your bracelet. You will also be provided the bracelet chain. necklaces and save you money. We will discover how Note: A $45 materials fee is payable to the instructor to hammer the wire in order to create texture and also at the beginning of class. give your pieces strength and boldness. You will learn Course: 05353 $50 For: 1 session about the classic Egyptian spiral and how to make Section A: Jul 21 Sa 1:00pm-3:00pm many different designs. You will be sure to walk away Forrester Studio in SE Area with a classic necklace. Note: A materials fee of $20 is Phoenix Forrester payable to the instructor at the beginning of class. Please bring flat nose pliers, round nose pliers, wire Creative Wire Rings cutters, hammer, small anvil, 3 feet 16 gauge wire, and Master the foundation for making simple but elegant 12 feet of 18 gauge wire, 10 large-holed beads that wire rings. You will learn how to use ring mandrels, two wires will fit through. size rings, and use a bench vise to create multi-wired Course: 05361 $50 For: 1 session rings. When you leave this class you will have rosette Section A: Jul 24 T 6:00pm-9:00pmGrowth & Enrichment rings, bead rings, a hammered scroll ring, and a lovely CE South Building three bead multi-wired scroll ring. Materials required: Camille Argeanas Small jeweler’s needle nose and round nose pliers, metal ring mandrel, hammer, small anvil, assortment Creative Wire Wrapping: Earring Design of small beads, and 20ft. of round 20 gauge wire. Make your own style of earring wire and learn to make Note: A materials fee of $20 is payable to the instruc- unlimited varieties of classic dangles, charms, and com- tor at the beginning of the first class. ponents. The possibilities, like your imagination, are Course: 05354 $60 For: 1 session limitless. Note: A materials fee of $20 is payable to the Section A: Aug 4 Sa 10:00am-4:00pm instructor at the beginning of class. Please bring flat CE South Building nose pliers, round nose pliers, wire cutters, 12 feet of Camille Argeanas 20-gauge wire, 30 4mm beads, and an assortment of small beads. Please bring jewelryers needle-nose pliers, Creative Wire Wrapping: Basic CircleCrafts & Hobbies round-nose pliers, wire cutters, 10 feet of 18 gauge Develop consistency in your wire work and the use of wire, and an assortment of beads that fit on the wire. tools. This will open a whole new world for your cre- Course: 05362 $50 For: 1 session ativity. Learn how to connect beads together with the Section A: Jul 31 T 6:00pm-9:00pm basic circle (loop), figure eights, and links. You will CE South Building also learn to make an eye-clasp and basic hook. You Camille Argeanas will leave class with a finished necklace of your own design. Please bring jeweler’s needle nose pliers, round 114 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 116. Lovely Pins from Vintage Tins firming neck cream, stretch mark cream, fresheners,In this fun class, we will be cutting vintage tins into masks, hair conditioners and gels, invigorating footvarious shapes and adding bits and pieces of our own rubs and refreshing leg gels, shaving cream, cuticlefavorite antique gems and jewels to make some very cream, nail hardener, powder and cream deodorants,special brooches for personal adornment or to give as sunblock, and tooth powders. This class is limited togifts! Add a pin back and you’ve got a masterpiece! six students. Note: A materials fee of $20 payable toScour your own home, yard sales, the flea market, instructor at the beginning of class.antique and collectable shops for vintage tins with Course: 05373 $105 For: 1 sessionwonderful graphics. Go thru your old jewelry for little Section A: Aug 4 Sa 1:00pm-5:00pmrhinestone bits and any other glittery stones, jewels Streett Studio in Bosque Farmsand small flowers to bring to adorn your beautiful cre- Elizabeth Barnes-Streettation. You will be able to make 3-5 pins depending on Herbal Soapmaking—Cold Processwhat supplies you bring to class and your work style. Make your own handmade soap for personal use or toNote: A materials list is available at dce.unm.edu. kick start a home-based business. This class utilizes theCourse: 05363 $55 For: 1 session cold process from scratch, not melt and pour. OurSection A: Jun 9 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm instructor shares her experiences in retail, consign-Forrester Studio in SE Area ment, and in the arts crafts selling venues. WhetherPhoenix Forrester you want to design your own soap recipe as your trademark or simply use tried and true methods, thisHands on Auto Repair class is for you. We focus on natural colors, fragrances,Beginners, gain hands-on experience with your own herbs and ingredients. Note: A materials fee of $20 iscar. Learn about basic maintenance, tune-ups, oil payable to the instructor at the time of class to coverchanges, brakes, cooling, and electrical. Develop the workbook, ingredients and herbs. Bring a bath-sizeability to diagnose and take care of many common towel. The towel will not be damaged; it is used forrepair problems. Helpful hints on the buying and sell- insulation only. A reusable soap mold will be provideding of cars will be discussed. Suggested materials: that you may keep.paper, pencil, small hand tools, and your own car. Course: 05375 $105 For: 1 sessionCourse: 05368 $90 For: 4 sessions Section A: Jul 14 Sa 1:00pm-5:00pmSection A: Jun 7-28 Th 5:30pm-8:30pm Streett Studio in Bosque FarmsCE North Building Elizabeth Barnes-StreettDan King Silver Jewelry Using Metal ClayThe Pampered Lady Create fine silver jewelry using Art Clay. Art Clay con-Have you ever wondered about those marvelous spa sists of silver particles in a non-toxic binder and water.recipes? Learn the basics of making salt glow scrubs, It looks, feels and acts just like clay. When heated, thebath salts, dream pillows, fizzies and sachets. Make binder and water burn away to leave 99% pure silver. Afull-size samples in class to take home. A gift basket of kiln or inexpensive hand-held torch can be used forthese items will make anyone feel pampered and loved. this process. Imagine the incredible jewelry possibili-The items are easy and inexpensive to make. Note: A ties! No previous art experience or skills are required. Growth & Enrichmentmaterials fee of $20 is payable to the instructor at the Beginners will be amazed at their success. Those whobeginning of the class. have worked with Precious Metal Clay before will beCourse: 05372 $105 For: 1 session challenged with more difficult pieces. You will com-Section A: Jun 16 Sa 1:00pm-5:00pm plete original pieces of jewelry, and learn to set up aStreett Studio in Bosque Farms “kitchen table studio” to continue working with ArtElizabeth Barnes-Streett Clay. Iliana Carrillo is an Art Clay certified Senior instructor by Art Clay World USA and a certified arti-Body Products Made at Home I san by the PMC National Guild. Note: A materials feeIf you have sensitive skin or simply want to put of $95 is payable to the instructor at the beginning oftogether a gift basket of various body care products, the class. Bring your lunch, a small work light andthis class will cover the basics. All recipes have a maxi- extension cord to class.mum of five to six locally available ingredients (most Course: 05382 $75 For: 1 session Crafts & Hobbiesyou may already have in your kitchen). Each student Section A: Jun 9 Sa 9:00am-5:00pmchooses five items out of the workbook to create. The CE North Buildingworkbook provides recipes for lotions, moisturizers, Iliana Carrillocold cream, lip glosses and balms, anti-wrinkle oil,Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320 115
  • 117. Stained Glass: Beginning Early New Mexico Punched Tin Work Learn the skills of cutting glass and assembling tech- In this one-day hands-on workshop, you will learn the niques for both copper foil and lead came with empha- basic techniques of doing punched tin work. Learn sis on soldering. One project will be done in each and practice stamping, punching and soldering. Your technique. All tools are provided. Note: A lab fee of class projects, which you can complete in class, are a $25 is payable at the beginning of the first class. Bring night-light with electrical and a tin frame with mirror a sack lunch to each class meeting. (approx. 15" x 20"). Note: A materials fee of $50 is Course: 05383 $170 For: 3 sessions payable to the instructor at the beginning of the first Section A: Jun 10-24 Su 10:00am-4:00pm class. A lunch beak of half hour, at noon, will allow Hot Flash Glass Inc. you enough time to finish your projects. Bring a sack Donna Greenstreet lunch Course: 05395 $85 For: 1 sessions Stained Glass Advanced Section A: Aug 25 Sa 8:00am-5:00pm For students who have completed a beginning stained CE South Building glass class and have learned good skills in basic cutting Ginny Arellanes and solder techniques. Class will include a 12" x 16" project that will focus on quality of craftsmanship T-Shirt Quilts through careful planning and expanding the skills you In this age where every event is commemorated with a have learned in beginning class. Methods for a three- T-shirt, what do you do with them once you are tired dimensional box with decorative solder techniques will of wearing them, but are reluctant to throw them also be included. Select pattern and purchase glass away? Make them into a cherished quilt to preserve before class for 12" x 16". $35 materials fee payable at the memories. Learn the basics of working with T- first class meeting. Prerequisite - Beginning Class shirts, then choose from one of six patterns to make Required. your own T-shirt quilt. Required text: You did What?? Course: 05387 $170 For: 2 sessions With My T-Shirts! by Judy Bobbit. The book will be Section A: Jul 22-29 Su 10:00am-4:00pm available for purchase at Quilts OlÈ. Approximate cost Hot Flash Glass Inc. of supplies is $60. Donna Greenstreet Course: 05408 $125 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jun 18-Jul 30 M 6:00pm-8:30pm Introduction to Glass Fusing Note: Class will not meet on July 2. Learn the basic techniques of glass fusing. Create Quilts Olé dichroic jewelry, a beautiful plate and a night light. TBA Kiln sized and firing schedules will be discussed, as well as demonstrations of a variety of firing techniques. Reversible Table Runner Note: A materials fee of $39 is payable to the instruc- Which are your two favorite holidays? Choose the tor at the beginning of the first class. Closed shoes and color theme for one of these holidays for one side of long pants are required for safety. your table-runner and the color theme for your second Course: 05384 $210 For: 2 sessions holiday for the reverse side. (ex: 4th of July on one Section A: Jun 16-23 Sa 11:00am-2:00pm side and Christmas on the other). This reversible tableGrowth & Enrichment Hot Flash Glass Inc. runner is easy and fun to make... even if you are a Karen Conty beginning quilter. In this four week class, you will learn easy piecing, quick block formation, how to Glass Fusing Beyond the Basics measure and apply borders, layering your “quilt sand- This class is designed to address the interests of stu- wich” to quilt as you go, beginning machine quilting dents that have completed an introductory glass fusing and an easy way to apply binding. You will begin each class. This class will enable you to design glass for technique in class, but most of the sewing will be done more artistic pieces. You will complete two plates that at home between classes. have been fused and slumped. Note: A materials fee of Course: 05410 $100 For: 4 sessions $39 is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the Section A: Jul 5-26 Th 6:00pm-8:30pm first class. Closed shoes and long pants are required for Quilts Olé safety. TBACrafts & Hobbies Course: 05392 $210 For: 2 sessions Section A: Jul 21-28 Sa 11:00am-2:00pm Register Now! Continuing Education is a Hot Flash Glass Inc. self-sustaining department. All courses have set Karen Conty minimum enrollments and decisions on course cancellations are made 2-3 days prior to the start date of each class. Please don’t wait until the last minute to register. 116 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320
  • 118. Sewing: BeginningEnter the exciting world of sewing. You will be intro-duced to the sewing machine, sewing terms, workingwith a pattern, cutting, marking, and pressing tech-niques. Projects will include putting on a pocket,inserting a zipper, making buttonholes, working withfusible interfacing etc. Note: A materials fee of $5 ispayable to the instructor on the first class meeting.Bring one yard of 45 wide medium weight woven fab-ric and matching spool of all purpose sewing thread tothe first class.Course: 05411 $115 For: 6 sessionsSection A: Jun 11-28 MTh 6:00pm-8:30pmBernina Sewing CenterNancy LovettSewing: Advanced BeginningImprove your sewing skills for a more professionallook. This class is for those who would like to build ontheir basic sewing skills, get more experience workingwith commercial patterns and making basic alterations.Bring the project of your choice and Nancy will helpyou. Whether you are interested in garment sewing,home decorating, crafts or quilting. Come turn yourideas into reality.Course: 05412 $140 For: 6 sessionsSection A: Jul 9-26 MTh 6:00pm-8:30pm Leisure Time ActivitiesBernina Sewing Center Whitewater Kayaking Made EasyNancy Lovett Have you ever been whitewater rafting and seen theSummer Sock Workshop kayakers having all the fun? Have you been kayakingKnitters must be comfortable with knitting and purl- on calm water and want to step it up to class II-IIIing. Bring Double-Pointed needles and appropriate whitewater? If so, this 26 hour course will introduceyarn. For this class, size 3 or 4 needles and sock you to the most fun and excitement you can have onweight or fingering weight yarn is good. We will start the water in New Mexico. It has nothing to do withwith casting on and knitting a short rib. The last part strength, age, IQ or adrenalin and more to do withof the first session will be starting the heel so that the learning a few simple strategies. The emphasis is onsock can be worked to the toe by the second class. The river-running strategy, simple moves and correct use ofsecond class will be finishing the toe and grafting. currents so you’re totally in control at all times. In this