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Lehigh Carbon Community College

Job Training

Looking to begin a new career or take your current skills to the next level? We’ve partnered with Workforce Board Lehigh Valley to offer affordable, noncredit programs that can help you achieve your career goals.

Funding for courses may be available through PA CareerLink; visit their site to learn more.

Advanced Manufacturing

Customized Job Training in  Advanced Manufacturing
Learn essential skills to compete in today’s manufacturing workforce, with courses that prepare you for work as a production
technician to start.
Training in manufacturing fundamentals provides a foundation for more advanced training in specialized topics. In addition to providing a flexible learning opportunity, LCCC’s Advanced Manufacturing program works with local and national employers to design customized training that fits the needs of the organization.

Industrial Automation
Curriculum Level 1
• Circuit calculations such as voltage, current, resistance
• Facility electrical wiring, electronic motor controls and troubleshooting
• Basic mechanical drives, v-belts, chain drives, spur drives
• Hose connections and repair
• Basic conduit bending, the use of raceways
• Conductor disconnect, overload protection
• Programmable controllers and basic programming techniques, and event sequencing
• Industrial wiring of electric/control panels
• Electronic sensors including capacitance, inductance, magnetic reed, hall and photo electric cells

Mechatronics AM/IST Level 1
• All topics listed above are included covering electrical, mechanical and industrial automation

Programmable Logic Controllers
• Basic programming techniques, timer/counter instructions, event sequencing, and application development
• Electronic motor control and troubleshooting
• Math/data move instructions

Production Technician
• Basic industry math, blueprint reading, facility electrical wiring, introduction to industry hand tools and precision measuring tools
• Tube assembly techniques using hose and pipe fittings
• Safety, personal protection equipment, and crane safety
• Teamwork, communication, and conflict resolution

Electrical Curriculum Level 1

• Basic electrical circuit calculations such as voltage, current, resistance
• Facility electrical wiring, electric motor controls and troubleshooting
• Conduit bending, the use of raceways
• Conductor disconnect, overload protection
• Electro-fluid components, control devices, sequencing control, electronic timer and pressure control
• Programmable controllers and basic programming techniques, and event sequencing

Mechanical Curriculum Level 1
• Electric circuit calculations such as voltage, current, resistance
• Basic mechanical drives, v-belts, chain drives, spur drives
• Lubrication concepts, couplings, bearing and bushing selection and maintenance
• Gaskets and seals
• Metal piping/tubing systems and installation, and pneumatic system construction
• Electro-fluid power components and control devices
• Electronic sensors including capacitance, inductance, magnetic reed, hall and photo electric cells



Business and Professional Skills

Business for Individuals
BYOB: Brand Your Own Business Series:
Taking Your Idea to Reality
#30930 BSN 300-51            2/15              6:30-9 p.m.           R           Remote $62

Build Your Brand
#30932 BSN 300-52            3/14              6:30-9 p.m.           R           Remote $62

Resource Management
#30933 BSN 300-53            4/18              6:30-9 p.m.           R           Remote $62

#30934 BSN 300-54             5/16              6:30-9 p.m.          R           Remote $62

#30931 BSN 300-51A            2/15-5/16    6:30-9 p.m.          R           Remote $236

Grant Writing Boot Camp
For board members and community volunteers to upper-level business management.
Learn research, develop grant opportunities, key grant proposals, types of funding
sources and private donations.
#27899 BSN 821-51                    2/8-2/15                 6:30-8:30 p.m.         R        Remote $222

Start Your Business
Ready to start your own business but don’t know where to begin?
Learn what it means to be an entrepreneur, preparing your business model, developing your idea into reality, performing market research and creating a marketing strategy.
Learn financial literacy for business such as utilizing financial statements, understanding start-up costs and other expenses and lending. Understand the sales cycle, networking, customer service, professionalism, communication and time management.

*Scholarships may be available.
#30207 BSN 405-51                2/20-5/7                 6:30-8 p.m.                 T        Remote $529*

Computer Courses

Computers: Foundation
This beginner course will provide information with minimal technical jargon, broken
into components. Learn to manage files, use Windows accessories, customize
Windows, and work with Word, Excel and the Internet. Text is included.
#27930 COM 402-52A             3/12-5/14            6-9 p.m.           T            Schnecksville           $402
#27931 COM 402-52                 3/12-4/9              6-9 p.m.          T            Schnecksville           $222
#27932 COM 402-53                4/16-5/14             6-9 p.m.               T            Schnecksville           $222

Excel Level 1 & 2
Learn the basics then build formulas, use functions and work with charts created
from spreadsheets. Through intermediate-user level. Text is included.
#29228 COM 604-53               4/11-5/30             6:30-8:30 p.m.     R          Schnecksville            $377

Excel Level 1
Start using a spreadsheet, then learn building, editing, modifying and formatting.
Text is included.
#27936 COM 601-53              4/11-5/2                 6:30-8:30 p.m.     R           Schnecksville          $200

Excel Level 2
Work with 3D cell reference, create formulas with IF functions, use formulas and
perform data analysis using the tools in Excel. Text is included.
#30337 COM 602-54              5/9-5/30              6:30-8:30 p.m.      R           Schnecksville           $200

Excel Level 3
Work with LOOKUP functions, PivotTables and macros; comments – insert and view.
Learn to protect your workbooks and worksheets. Text is included.
#27939 COM 603-55A            6/6-6/27              6:30-8:30 p.m.       R           Remote                    $200

Word Level 1
Learn the basics: opening, saving, printing and quitting documents. Design, create,
edit and enhance letters and reports. Develop paragraphs, adjust margins, create
formatting and utilize text selection. Text is included.
#28802 COM 501-52               3/7-3/21                6:30-8:30 p.m.      R          Remote                    $200

PowerPoint: A Powerful Tool
Learn storytelling, composition, flow and design for a professional presentation,
covering: design, transition, animation, presentation, power tips, etc. Text is included.
#27957 COM 904-51                2/8-2/22               6:30-8:30 p.m.     R           Remote                    $219


Healthcare Career Training

Healthcare Programs

For more information contact Jennifer Leach at

To register please call non-credit registration at 610-799-1197 and specify the course you would like to attend.


Nurse Aide Training Program

Prepare for the PA state competency exam to be placed on the PA State Nurse Aide registry. Know the role/function of a nurse aide, communication, personal care of clients, their rights/independence; infection control, functions of human body systems. Course includes supervised clinical experience/hands-on care skills, and emphasis on career awareness/job performance. The class is 120 hours, approximately 6 weeks long, 25 classes total. The schedule is Monday through Thursday from 4:00 to 9:30pm at the Allentown campus .

Tentative schedule –  classes to start in March  and ending April – (schedule subject to change)

Before registration, screening/ testing paperwork must be submitted. Orientation is mandatory. Text is included; tuition is $1,359. Nurse Aide Orientation Sessions are free but pre-registration is required by emailing

Mandatory Nurse Aide Orientation

Orientation must be completed 2 weeks prior to the start of class and is approximately 1 hour long. Email Jennifer Leach at to set up an orientation date, time and place.


Phlebotomy Comprehensive

Phlebotomists are people trained to draw blood from a patient for clinical or medical testing, transfusions, donations, or research. Phlebotomists collect blood by performing venipunctures or for collection of minute quantities of blood, capillary sticks.

Students will be trained in our state of the art Health Care Patient Simulation Center. The Patient Simulation Center encompasses both high- and low-fidelity patient manikins.

Phlebotomists work in hospitals, medical and diagnostic laboratories, community health centers, blood donor centers, doctors’ offices, and nursing facilities.

HEA 525-51     2/12-6/5/2024     6-9:00pm     M&W     Schnecksville     $1,460.00 – text included

HEA 525-51A   2/13-6/4/2024     6-9:00pm     T&R       Tamaqua            $1,460.00 – text included

Pharmacy Technician Comprehensive

A Pharmacy Technician who works under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist can supply medicines to patients whether on prescription or over the counter, assemble medicines for prescriptions, provide information to patients and other healthcare professionals, manage areas of medicines supply such as dispensaries, supervise other pharmacy staff, and produce medicines in hospitals and the pharmaceutical industry.

Pharmacy Technicians can work at retail pharmacies, closed-door pharmacies, hospitals, and nursing facilities.

Tentative schedule for Fall 2024 – 8/20/2024 to 12/12/2024     T&R      8:30-11:30am     Allentown


Medical Office Administrator

Medical Office Administrators are responsible for front office duties, including answering phones, greeting patients, managing health records, diagnosis and procedure coding, maintaining records, scheduling appointments, ordering supplies, inventory, and insurance filing and billing.

Medical Office Administrator can work in physicians’ offices, medical clinics, long-term care facilities, hospitals, hospice, and insurance companies.

HEA 405-51     2/13-6/4/2024     6-9:00pm     T&R     Allentown     $1,300.00 – texts included

EKG Technician and CPR Training

EKG Technicians perform diagnostic tests to aid doctors in identifying and treating cardiovascular problems in patients. These tests help detect irregularities that may result in a heart attack or heart disease.

EKG Technicians work in hospitals, cardiologist offices, physicians in private practices, and medical clinics.

HEA 571-52     3/11-5/8/2024     6-9:00pm     M&W     Allentown     $1,193.00 – text included

Community Health Worker

Community Health Workers act as a liaison between communities and health care agencies. They serve members of the community by helping them to adopt healthy behaviors, such as promoting the health of pregnant women or children, improving nutrition, promoting immunization, or providing education around a specific health issue (i.e. diabetes or HIV/AIDS).

Community Health Workers can work in family services, outpatient care centers, general medical and surgical hospitals, and social advocacy organizations.

Orientation are mandatory and free. Orientations are remote via Zoom. A Zoom link will be emailed to all who register. Email Jennifer A. Leach at to set up an orientation.

Tentative schedule to start in April 2024. Dates will be determined at orientation.


EZ Deitsch 1
This beginner course introduces students to vocabulary, common phrases, and very basic grammar. The course also includes weekly culture lessons which provide students with a better understanding and appreciation of the people and the communities which speak Pennsylvania Dutch.
#29718 LAN 850-50              1/25-3/21                     6:30-8:30 p.m.            R                Remote $151

EZ Deitsch 2
Prerequisite: EZ Deitsch 1 or prior experience
Expand your knowledge of Pennsylvania Dutch as you increase your vocabulary,
construct more sentences, and improve your horizons to include more conversations
and readings. Join others in another rewarding, interaction experience as you study
the FUNderful language of Pennsylvania Dutch.
#30735 LAN 681-53              4/4-5/30                       6:30-8:30 p.m.           R                  Remote $151

Korean 1
Learn the alphabet, grammar, vocabulary, greetings and basic conversation. Korean
culture, customs, food and history will all be addressed. Handouts will be provided.
#28177 LAN 800-51               2/28-5/1                      6:30-8:30 p.m.            W                 Schnecksville $210

Korean 2
Prerequisite: Korean 1
A higher-level Korean class which includes language skills, Korean drama, cooking
and cultural immersion.
#29241 LAN 801-53               4/25-6/27                    6:30-8:30 p.m.            R                  Schnecksville $210


Online Learning

Lehigh Carbon Community College, in partnership with ed2go, offers online open enrollment programs designed to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional level positions for many in-demand occupations.



Public Safety: Emergency Medicine Training (EMT), CPR Training, Paramedic, and Lethal Weapons Public Safety

EMT Basic


Classes offered in Lehigh and Schuylkill Counties in partnership with the LVH

We offer State approved Emergency Responder, Emergency Medical Technician and an intensive Accelerated Emergency Medical Technician course at various times and locations throughout the year including a follow-up Paramedic course for those who have completed the Emergency Medical Technician course and have been working as an EMT.  National Registry EMT credential test is additional cost. Senior citizen discount does not apply.

Physician release and health insurance proof needed before registration.

For additional information related to EMT programs, please contact Jennifer (

#29220 EMS 403-S50              1/22-5/20               6:30-9:30 p.m.                    M, W, R               Tamaqua   $1,350*
EMT Basic
*includes text,
no additional gear

#29117 EMS 475-S55                6/3-8/6                    5:30-9:30 p.m.                    M-R                       Tamaqua $1,350*
Accelerated EMT
*includes text,
no additional gear

Attempted The Exam First Attempt Pass Cumulative Pass Within 3 Attempts Cumulative Pass Within Failed All 6 Attempts6 Eligible For RetestAttempts Failed All 6 Attempts Eligible For Retest Did Not Complete Within 2 Years
194 59%

Attempted the exam: Number of graduates that make at least one attempt at the exam.
First attempt pass: Number and percent of those who attempt the exam that pass on the first attempt.
Cumulative pass within 3 attempts: Number and percent of those who attempt the exam who pass on the first, second, or third attempt.
Cumulative pass within 6 attempts: Number and percent of those who attempt the exam who pass on the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, or sixth attempt.
Failed all 6 attempts: Number and percent of those who fail the exam six times.
Eligible for retest: Number and percent of those who failed their last attempt, but remain eligible for retest (less than six attempts, less than two years from course completion.)
Did not complete within 2 years: Number and percent of those who fail their last attempt and are no longer eligible for retest (more than two years from course completion.)


BLS-CPR Healthcare Provider
This American Heart Association course is for health care providers, allied health
students, professional rescuers and lifeguards. Course completion card is valid for
two years.
#28419 SAF 404-52        3/25       6-10:30 p.m.       M       Schnecksville     $95
#30197 SAF 404-53        4/22       6-10:30 p.m.       M       Schnecksville     $95
#31007 SAF 404-54S      5/13       6-10:30 p.m.       M       Schnecksville     $95
#31008 SAF 404-55A     6/12       6-10:30 p.m.       W       Schnecksville     $95

CPR/AED Adult and Child – American Safety and Health Institute
This ASHI program teaches properly applied CPR and AED to assist in saving lives
during an emergency situation.
#27867 SAF 403-51         2/7          6-8 p.m.             W       Schnecksville      $68

Basic First Aid – American Safety and Health Institute
American Safety and Health Institute program.
#29699 SAF 410-52        3/4           6-9 p.m.             M       Schnecksville      $84

Basic First Aid – Dogs and Cats
Learn to recognize the signs, symptoms and solutions to deal with pet accidents and
injuries and when to call the vet.
#28414 SAF 414-54         5/23          6-9 p.m.            R        Schnecksville       $84

Babysitting First Aid
Learn babysitting as a business – safety and injury prevention, leadership, caregiving
and first aid.
#28413 SAF 418-54         5/18           9 a.m.-2 p.m.    S       Schnecksville       $136

Pediatric First Aid
This ASHI program includes CPR, AED and First Aid specifically designed for children.
Ideal for babysitters, daycare providers, school and scout staff, coaches and others
serving youth. Certification issued upon successful completion.
#28415 SAF 409-54         5/15-5/16    6-9 p.m.          W&R      Schnecksville     $136

Nationally Accredited Paramedic Program through EMI


  • Current PA EMT Certification
  • At least one year current, active PA EMT experience is preferred
  • Anatomy and Physiology are prerequisites. Class are held in the fall for the program that starts in the spring.

For all other details, contact Thomas Rothrock or leave a message at 484-884-0051.

Lethal Weapons’ Training (Act 235)

Public Safety Training for traffic, firearms, etc. can be designed to meet your personal or organizational needs. For more information contact the Public Safety/Transportation Training Specialist at  Please note that a valid email address is necessary at registration time for all public safety classes. Senior citizen discount does not apply.

Lethal Weapons Training (ACT 235)
For those who carry a lethal weapon during employment. All students must first
apply and be approved by the Pa. State Police prior to class. Application process can
be found at

VirTra Firearms Simulator
LCCC is offering state-of-the-art firearms training to citizens, law enforcement
and security professionals. Participants will train on the VirTra Systems training
simulator, a high-definition firearms training simulator where situational awareness,
judgmental use-of-force and marksmanship training tests the students with
scenarios designed to teach the correct response to real-life circumstances.
Students are evaluated on personal skills, de-escalation/verbal commands, use
of cover and concealment, marksmanship and important decision making using
legal and use of force training principles. All participants will receive a certificate of
training and upon completion each student will have the knowledge and skills to
make an appropriately legal and justifiable use of force decision.
If you are interested in this class, please contact Thanos Milios at

Act 235 Lethal Weapons With Firearms Basic Training (40 hours)
Senior citizen discount does not apply.
#29700 POL 400-53         4/8-4/12         8 a.m.-5 p.m.         M-F         Schnecksville/Range        $399
#30794 POL 400-55          6/24-6/28     8 a.m.-5 p.m.         M-F          Schnecksville/Range        $399

Act 235 Lethal Weapons Without Firearms Basic Training (26 hours)
Set up on request of interested student.

Act 235 Lethal Weapons With Firearms Recertification
#28376 POL 410-50            1/24            8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.      W               Range              $169
#25226 POL 410-51            2/21             8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.     W                Range              $169
#25531 POL 410-52            3/27             8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.     W                Range              $169
#25992 POL 410-53           4/24             8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.     W                Range              $169
#25925 POL 410-54           5/22             8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.      W               Range              $169
#28406 POL 410-55           6/12             8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.     W                Range              $169

Act 235 Lethal Weapons Without Firearms Recertification
Set up on request of interested student.

Firearms/Force Options Orientation
Ideal training for students with no background with firearms. Set up on request of an
interested group or student. Contact with any questions or to set
up a private class.

Firearms Decision Making Skills for the Responsible Gun Owner
This challenging course provides real-world situations and experience for the
student who really desires learning beyond beginner marksmanship training.
Topics covered: safety and fundamentals / federal and Pa. law / use of force
and human dynamics scenarios with Glock simunitions gear / full-day shooting
at local range.
#27879 POL 405-53           4/13           9 a.m.-5 p.m.             S           Schnecksville
4/17            9 a.m.-5 p.m.           W           Range                 $410

#28841 POL 405-55A        6/15            9 a.m.-5 p.m.            S           Schnecksville
6/19            9 a.m.-5 p.m.           W          Range                 $410

Private Shooting Range Training
Class will be set up on request of interested groups or students and training is
customized to needs. Cost varies.

Recertification Retired Law Enforcement Officer ID Act (LEOSA)
#28411 POL 600-50            1/24            4-8 p.m.            W            Range            $55
#25576 POL 600-51            2/21            4-8 p.m.            W            Range            $55
#25577 POL 600-52            3/27            4-8 p.m.           W            Range            $55
#27386 POL 600-53           4/24            4-8 p.m.           W            Range            $55
#27387 POL 600-54            5/22            4-8 p.m.          W            Range            $55
#27884 POL 600-55            6/12             4-8 p.m.         W            Range            $55

Active Attacker Training
Class set up on request and ideally will be held at requesting parties’ property as the
goal is reality-based training. This event is part lecture (what to do and how to do it)
and then practical exercises wearing safety gear and using Glock training simunitions
equipment (all supplied by the college). Hours and depth of training will vary on
individual and organizational request/needs.

Force Science De-escalation Training
Class set up on request. This training event is all lecture and focuses on the skills
needed in attempting de-escalation techniques on non-cooperative individuals.

Customizable Public Safety Training Classes
Available upon request.

Thanos Milios
Firearms Coordinator/Instructor


Water Treatment Continuing Education

LCCC is an approved provider of PA DEP Continuing Education credits for:
• Water Distribution
• Water Treatment Plant Operator Level 1 and Level 2
• Small Water System Operations
• Pumps and Pumping
If you are interested in any of these classes, please call Joe Salla at 570-690-2130.

Welding 1
Develop basic skills in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (Stick) on steel.
Required equipment may be purchased at the training site (call WTTI for
pricing—610-437-9720), safety glasses, welding gloves, welding jacket and
welding helmet. Class takes place at WTTI (Welder Training and Testing Institute,
729 East Highland St., Allentown).

#24409 TEC 634-50           1/30-3/14           6-9 p.m.           T&R         Off Campus        $710
#30336 TEC 634-54            5/7-6/20            6-9 p.m.           T&R         Off Campus        $710


Workforce Training

Our Workforce Training provides custom learning solutions that improve performance and support economic development in our region. We can design and implement programs tailored to your business needs. Courses can be offered in person and online.

Funding and WEDnet

The Workforce and Economic Development Network of Pennsylvania (WEDnetPA) was created to make companies across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania more competitive locally, nationally, and internationally by updating and improving the skills of their employees to meet specific company needs.

We are a regional partner for WEDnetPA funding, which means participants are eligible for grants. Visit WEDnetPA’s website to learn more.

For additional information about LCCC’s Center for Leadership & Workforce Development and WEDnetPA Grant Funding, please contact Maureen Donovan at 570-225-7021 or

Certified Production Technician

A certified production technician (CPT) is an individual who has completed a training program and earned a certification demonstrating proficiency in various aspects of manufacturing and production processes. The certification is typically awarded by organizations or institutions that specialize in workforce development and training for the manufacturing sector.

The specific skills and knowledge covered in a certified production technician program can vary but often include:

  • Safety
  • Quality Practices and Measurement
  • Manufacturing Processes and Production
  • Maintenance Awareness
  • Problem-Solving and Continuous Improvement

Health and Safety

Courses cover topics like workplace safety, firearm safety, and classes for security and law enforcement.

Leadership and Professional Skills

Help improve the relationship between managers, team leaders, supervisors, and team members with programs to improve productivity, enhance employee motivation and retention, and develop employee work habits and potential.


Mechatronics Technicians install, maintain and repair automated machinery and computer controlled mechanical systems in industrial manufacturing settings. They also test, operate or maintain robotic equipment.

Mechatronics technicians work in an environment where multi-discipline talent is required to operate and maintain the plant. Technicians are proficient in electrical, mechanical, fluid power and control knowledge and skills.

LCCC Mechatronics program prepares students with the next generation of skills to work in a computer-driven, data-intensive advanced manufacturing workplace.

Technical Skills and Advanced Manufacturing

Certifications are built on core competencies and standards of excellence geared to meet industry’s qualifications for employment. Instruction combines the blended learning styles of online theory and hands-on instruction on industry-grade equipment with instructors who are experts in the field. Concentrations are available in:

  • Industrial Automation Technician
  • Industrial Mechanical Technician
  • Industrial Electrical Technician

Personal Interest

LCCC offers noncredit personal interest courses perfect for those looking to learn something new in a fun, supportive environment. Courses cover topics like cooking, fitness, languages, and more.

Courses change often, so be sure to check back to see what is being offered each month. These are noncredit courses that cannot be applied towards a degree program.

Personal Interest

Discover a new hobby or expand your skill set with our range of personal interest classes. Classes are engaging, interactive and designed to suit a variety of interests.

The Art of Parfaits
Impress your guests making these Instagram-worthy desserts from healthy to total indulgence. Hands-on course.
#30340 COO 821-51                             2/27           7-9 p.m.                            T                              Schnecksville $59

Decorate like a pastry chef – stunning cupcakes that look so beautiful, you won’t want to eat them! Hands-on class.
#27848 COO 435-52                             3/20          7-9 p.m.                           W                             Schnecksville $59
#30938 COO 435-54                             5/15           7-9 p.m.                            W                             Schnecksville $59

Cupcake II – Working with Fondant
Learn to elevate your cupcake to the next level. This class will teach you to design your cupcakes from the inside out with show-stopping designs. Hands-on course.
#30341 COO 436-53                               4/16            7-9 p.m.                           T                              Schnecksville $59

Floral Cupcake Decorating
Learn the art of piping flowers such as roses, daffodils, poinsettia, hydrangea and daisies onto cupcakes. Impress your friends and family with these delectable delights. Hands-on course.
#31006 COO 416-55                               6/11             7-9 p.m.                            T                             Schnecksville $59

Fitness: Body & Soul

Ballroom Sampler
Learn the Big Band era basics: Fox Trot, Single-Step Swing and Rumba.
High energy and loads of fun. Ladies must wear flats or low/wide heels.
Couples only ($83/person).
#27855 REC 628-53                            4/16-5/7           7-8:30 p.m.                 T                              Schnecksville $83

Social Dance Sampler
Experience a sampling of popular East Coast Swing, West Coast Swing, Hustle and Country Western Two-Step in lead-follow method. Ladies must wear flats or low/wide heels. Learn footwork, body posturing and rhythms. Couples only ($83/person).
#30392 REC 675-52                            3/12-4/2            7-8:30 p.m.                 T                              Schnecksville $83

Dance at Your Wedding
Learn fundamentals for you and your spouse to dance at ease; listen to the music to identify different rhythms – the critical aspects of partner dancing. Couples only ($68/person).
#30199 REC 481-52                            3/9                  9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.            S                             Schnecksville $68
#30940 REC 481-53                           4/27                 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.           S                              Schnecksville $68

Zumba Fitness
Get fit while having fun! Burn calories as you move to the rhythm with Latin-inspired dance moves. No dance experience necessary. Workout Level–medium intensity.
#30941 REC 705-52                            3/13-3/27         5-6 p.m.                                 W                             Schnecksville $28
#31005 REC 705-53                            4/17-5/1            5-6 p.m.                                 W                             Schnecksville $28

Et Cetera
Intro to Professional Voice Over
An upbeat/entertaining/engaging introduction to the world of voice-over with industry pros and cons, and real-world examples. Learn behind-the-scenes basics of the creative and business aspects. Questions and class engagement are encouraged.
#29252 SPI 566-51                                     2/7               6:30-8 p.m.                           W                              Remote $69
#30205 SPI 566-54                                    5/16             6:30-9 p.m.                            R                               Schnecksville $69

Square Foot Gardening
Square Foot Gardening is a simple alternative to labor-intensive and inefficient row gardening by focusing on planting, spacing, weed control and soil. This course covers the basics of square foot gardening and its benefits. You will learn how to plan, plant, care for and harvest your own square foot garden.
#30342 SPI 401-51                                      2/21              6:30-8:30 p.m.                     W                              Schnecksville $69
#30343 SPI 401-52                                      3/13              6:30-8:30 p.m.                     W                              Schnecksville $69

Julie Trumbauer
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