Spring Quarter 2009 How to Register pg. 4

Continuing Education
Spring Quarter 2009
How to Register pg. 4
So Many Sewing Courses! pg. 23
Meet Our Instructors pg. 15-18
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LAK E WA S H I N GTO N T E C H N I C A L C O L L E GE
What We Offer
continuing education brings learning into
your office or home at your own pace, at your
own time and at your convenience.
For more information, please call (425)
739-8112 or e-mail [email protected]
Co n t r ac t T r a i n i n g
The growing technical complexity of work
and rapid changes in technology cause
change and result in continual upgrade skills
needed of employees. We’re here to help
businesses of all size meet that challenge.
With work, family, and chores,
who has time for themselves?
You do! Our classes are designed
with your busy schedule in mind.
C l a ss e s , Wo r k s h o p s , a n d
C e r t i fi c at e s
Whether you are interested in advancing your
career or developing your appreciation of
the world around you, we offer a rich array of
noncredit opportunities. Classes range from
a few weeks in length to an entire quarter.
We recognize that each company is unique
and therefore has different and very
specific needs.
Once your needs have been assessed, we
will develop and present a training proposal
based on your training requirements and
goals identified. The proposal will include
recommendations on curriculum, staffing
and associated costs.
For more information regarding contract
training, please call (425) 739-8112 or e-mail
[email protected]
Whether you’re interested in learning a
new language or want to take classes in the
humanities, sciences, or business our classes
are a great way to experience hands-on
learning in a stress-free environment.
For more information please call (425) 739-8112
or e-mail [email protected]
Online
The online Continuing Education programs
featured at LWTC are screened to ensure ease
Continuing Education
Calendar Spring 2009
Register Early!
February 10 Registration begins
April 7 First Day of Spring Quarter
May 25 Memorial Day
June 24 Last Day of Spring Quarter
of use, and other factors critical for a successful
e-learning experience. You’ll find courses and
programs to expand your current knowledge
and to keep you up to date with the latest
developments in your current field. Online
On the cover: LWTC’s Sewing Instructors, Eva Holen and Jacque Goldsmith, in the sewing lab on the Kirkland campus
demonstrating how to effectively work with fabrics.
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Continuing Education
Table of Contents
How to Register… ……………………… 4
Registration Form… ……………………… 4
New & Noteworthy/BTAD Degree… …… 6
s pr i n g q ua r t e r cl a ss e s
Businsee & Management… ……… 7, 8
Online • Accounting………………… 7, 8
Law & Legal Careers… …… 7, 8
Hospitality & Gaming……… 7, 8
Job Search… ………………… 7
n
Human Resources… ………… 7
Management… …………… 7, 8
Communication & Culture… ………… 9
Classes • Japanese……………………… 9
n
Spanish… …………………… 9
Writing……………………… 9, 10
Online • Writing and Grammar……… 9, 10
ESL… ………………………… 10
Spanish… ………………… 9, 10
n Computer Systems & Applications…… 10
Classes • Adobe Photoshop… ………… 10
Online • Microsoft Office… ……… 11, 12
Networking &
Programming…………… 11, 12
Multi Media, Photography,
Web Design……………… 12, 13
n Culinary Arts & Wine… ……………… 13
Classes • Baking Arts…………………… 13
Culinary Arts… ……………… 14
Wine… ……………………… 14
Online • Catering… …………………… 19
n Fitness ………………………………… 19
Classes • Dance… ……………………… 19
Indoor Exercise… …………… 19
Tai Chi… ………………………20
Yoga……………………………20
Online • Nutrition………………………20
Personal Training
& Fitness… ……………………20
Healthcare……………………………… 21
Classes • HIV/AIDS Training… ………… 21
Online • Dental… ……………………… 21
Medical Assisting, Billing,
Transcription… ……………… 21
Pharmacy… ………………… 21
n Horticulture & Floristry… ……………22
Classes • Floristry… ……………………22
Horticulture……………………22
n Industrial Technology…………………22
Classes • Building and
Plant Maintenance……………22
Welding… ……………………22
Online • AutoCad… ……………………23
Maintenance… ………………23
n Sewing …………………………………23
Classes • Home Décor… ………………23
Fashion… …………………… 24
Sewing………………………… 24
Quilting… …………………… 24
n Teaching Professionals… ……………25
Online • Teaching Strategies… ………25
n Test Preparation… ……………………25
Online • GED, GMAT, GRE, LSAT… ……25
n Transportation…………………………26
Classes • Engine Maintenance… ………26
n Travel …………………………………26
Online • Travel Agent… ………………26
n
Meet our Instructors… …………… 15-18
New Classes and Events… ……………… 27
New Health Care Classes
11th Annual Employment & Education Fair
Maps …………………………… 28, 29
Teach for Us… ……………………………30
Contact Us…………………………………30
Staff
…………………………………30
Redmond Campus… …………………… 31
Volume 1 Issue 2 • Continuing Education Class Schedule
Staff: Régine Adams, managing editor
Janis Trowbridge-Howes, graphic designer
Paula McPherson, schedule data coordinator
Cathi McGihon, administrative assistant Financial Services Staff, Extended Learning Staff, Instruction Staff, Registration Staff
This Continuing Education Class Schedule is published for information purposes only. Although every effort is made to ensure accuracy at
the time of publication, this class schedule shall not be construed to be an irrevocable contract between the student and Lake Washington
Technical College. The college reserves the right to make any changes in contents and provisions of this class schedule, cancel classes,
change fees, faculty, or meeting dates/times at any time without notice.
The Continuing Education Class Schedule is printed with soy inks on recycled paper that contains a minimum of 15% post-consumer and
pre-consumer waste. It is mailed periodicals rate to obtain the lowest cost, while best serving the residents of the college’s geographic area.
Please pass on your copy to a friend, take it to work or recycle it when you are finished. If you do not receive the Credit Class Schedule and
would like to be added to our mailing list, call (425)739-8205 or if you would like to be added to our mailing list for the Continuing
Education Class Schedule , call (425)739-8112 or go to www.lwtc.edu/future/publications.
The Continuing Education Class Schedule, is published quarterly by Lake Washington Technical College, 11605-132nd Avenue NE, W302,
Kirkland, WA 98034-8506.
printed on recycled paper
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LAK E WA S H I N GTO N T E C H N I C A L C O L L E GE
Register Now!
Here’s How…

Online registration
www.lwtc.edu/ce
Walk-in registration
LWTC Kirkland Campus
11605 132nd Avenue NE
East Building, E129
M-Th, 7:30am-4:30pm

Mail-in registration
Complete the registration form below and send payment for
tuition and fees to
Continuing Education at LWTC, 11605 132nd Ave NE,
Kirkland, WA 98034-8506.
Your mail-in registration must reach us seven days prior to
the start date of the class.

Phone-in or Fax-in registration
Give us a call us at (425)739-8104
or (425)739-8112 or fax your completed regsitration form to
(425)739-8110
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CONTINUING
EDUCATION
REGISTRATION
For
more
information
about
Continuing
Education,
please
visit
us
on
http://www.lwtc.edu/ce
Enrollment
Services
Lake
Washington
Technical
College
11605
132ND
AVE.
NE,
KIRKLAND,
WA
98034‐8506
PRINT
CLEARLY
▪
COMPLETE
ALL
UNSHADED
AREAS
▪
SIGN
▪
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FALL
WTR
SPR
For year 20 ________
Did you attend LWTC before?
No
Yes, in year: _______
Day Phone
Middle Initial (if any)
Last Name ( Family Name )
Date of Birth (MM/DD/YYYY;
for example 07/30/1980)
/
/
Address — Number & Street, Route & Box or P.O., or Apt #
City
State
Student ID Number (SID if available )
First Name ( print clearly as many letters as fit)
Zip Code
E-mail address
(print clearly)
@
Social Security Number**
__
I
will
not
provide
my
social
security
number.
I
understand
that
by
not
providing
this
information,
some
college
services
(such
as
financial
aid
and
official
transcripts)
will
be
unavailable
or
limited.
REQUESTED
CLASS
SCHEDULE
(ADDS
OR
DROPS)
PAYMENT
Valid
item
numbers
must
be
provided.
See
Class
Schedule
or
go
to
http://www.lwtc.edu
Circle A = Add
or D = Drop
Item No.
Example:
9565
Course Department &
Number
Title
Cost
Example:
ENGL
101D
A
or
D
A
or
D
A
or
D
A
or
D
Total
Cost:
Student Signature
Date
Please
contact
the
Cashier’s
office
to
make
a
Credit
card
payment:
(425)
739‐8100
Ext.
445
LWTC
West
Building,
W201F
Mon
&
Thu,
8am‐4:30pm
Tues
&
Wed,
8am‐6pm
Fri,
9am‐4:30pm
OR
Pay
online
at
www.lwtc.edu/onlineservices
Online
Registration:
Continuing
Education
provides
online
course
through
Ed2GO
and
Gatlin
Education.
Registration
and
payment
for
online
classes
takes
place
online
at
www.ed2go.com/lwtc
and
www.gatlineducation.com/lwtc.
For
assistance
with
online
registration,
please
contact
the
Continuing
Education
Office
at
425‐
739‐8112
or
email
us
at
[email protected]
**To
comply
with
federal
laws,
we
are
required
to
ask
for
your
Social
Security
Number
(SSN)
or
Individual
Taxpayer
Identification
Number
(ITIN).
We
will
use
your
SSN/ITIN
to
report
Hope
Scholarship/Life
Time
tax
credit,
to
administer
state/federal
financial
aid,
to
verify
enrollment,
degree
and
academic
transcript
records,
and
to
conduct
institutional
research.
If
you
do
not
submit
your
SSN/ITIN,
you
will
not
be
denied
access
to
the
college;
however,
you
may
be
subject
to
civil
penalties
(refer
to
Internal
Revenue
Service
Treasury
Regulation
1.6050S‐1(e)(4)for
more
information).
Pursuant
to
state
law
(RCW
28B.10.042)
and
federal
law
(Family
Educational
Rights
and
Privacy
Act),
the
college
will
protect
your
SSN
from
unauthorized
use
and/or
disclosure.
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Continuing Education
About Continuing Education Courses
Mini Certificate Options
Online Courses
Gatlin Education Services
Through an exciting partnership with
Gatlin Education Services, Continuing
Education is pleased to announce new
distance learning (online) non-credit training programs for Business and Healthcare
Professionals. These certificate courses are
practical and comprehensive… preparing you for new challenges in your career!
Register and begin these programs at any
time.
Mini Certificates are short-term non-credit
options for students who want extended
training or continued personal enrichment in
specific areas. Mini Certificates may take one
or more quarters to complete, depending
on the number of courses required. Mini
Certificates, where offered, are listed in the
schedule in their related area. Currently,
Continuing Education offers five different
Mini Certificates.
Education to Go
Small Business
Beginning Microsoft Office
Wine Fundamentals
Beginning Floral Design
Introduction to Motorcycle Maintenance
In partnership with Education to Go,
Continuing Education at Lake Washington
Technical College is pleased to offer the
following classes for your Professional and
Personal Enrichment! These “instructor
facilitated” courses start every month (two
lessons per week for six weeks). Register
with the college and choose your start
date during the orientation.
M i n i C e r t i fi c at e s
Key to course listings
Starting on page 6, courses are listed alphabetically by topic. Where applicable, mini certificates are
listed first, then non-credit courses are listed under subtopics, followed by online course listings.
Courses held anywhere other than the Kirkland or Redmond campuses are considered off-campus
locations and are highlighted with a shaded box. See page 31 for off campus course addresses
and directions.
Please visit www/lwtc.edu/ce for the most current course listings.
key to course listings
Program
Subtopic
Heading
Course Title
Course
Description
Item Number
& Section
Time Course
is Offered
n Chinese
Beginning Chinese
COLA 080
Have you ever thought about learning another
language? Do you know Chinese is the third
most popular language in the world? Students
will learn how to speak Mandarin for greetings,
shopping, dining, and travel. Class is designed
for the beginners with little or no Chinese
language experience.
Item 9215
6:30pm- 9:00pm
R21 01/07/09-02/25/09
W
Staff Fee: $145
Days Course is Offered
Course Prefix &
Number
Dates Course
is Offered
Costs
Instructor Name
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New & Noteworthy
your future
New Bachelor’s Degree
Program at LWTC
A new era is set to begin at LWTC.
We recently received approval to begin
offering our first four-year degree:
This format allows students to take classes at
night and online so they can continue to work
during the day.
“It will be great to be able to get a bachelor’s
degree without changing schools,” said Taryn
Woolworth, a current student in LWTC’s
a Bachelor of Technology in
Architectural Graphics two-year program.
Applied Design (BTAD).
“Getting a four-year degree definitely opens up
It’s the first four-year degree to be offered by a
Washington state technical college, as well as
the first BTAD degree in the state.
If you’re currently working in the design field, our
new BTAD program gives you the opportunity
to obtain a coveted four-year degree and obtain
management and supervisory skills.
more opportunities and will help me achieve my
future career goals.”
Students will take mostly technical design skills
classes for the first two years of the program.
The second two years of the program focuses
on general education and management skills,
including classes in business and finance.
The Northwest Commission on Colleges and
Advance Your Career
Universities, the regional accrediting agency for
Our BTAD degree program is designed for one
higher education institutions, gave approval on
purpose: to advance your design career. It will
November 5 for LWTC to begin offering the
prepare you for project management positions,
BTAD degree.
including lead designer. If you have an applied
associate’s degree in a design-related field,
you’re ready to start your application.
This degree program was created in response
to state legislation approving development
of pilot-degree programs in community and
“There are traditionally many design job
technical colleges that focus on high-demand
opportunities available in the Puget Sound region,
fields. It is part of the state’s higher educa-
but there is also a lot of competition for those jobs,”
tion strategic plan to increase the number of
said Nancy Dick, LWTC multimedia instructor.
bachelor’s degrees in Washington state.
“Typically, the best jobs and promotions in this field
go to people with four year degrees.”
The program will feature our popular hybrid/
evening format designed for working students.
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Classes begin in September 2009. Applications
are now being accepted.
For more information, visit
www.lwtc.edu/btad or call (425)739-8300.
Continuing Education
SPRING quarter classes
Hospitality and Gaming
Casino Baccarat Dealer Item 9109 G1 DLBU 030 Fee:$1195
Casino Blackjack Dealer Item 9110 G1 DLBU 035 Fee:$1395
Casino Poker Dealer Item 9111 G1 DLBU 040 Fee:$1395
Certified Wedding Planner Program Item 9520G1 DLBU 135 Fee:$1395
Job Search
Freight Broker/Agent Training Item 9506 G1
DLBU 118 Fee:$1695
Help Desk Analyst: Tier 1 Support Specialist Item 9514 G1 DLBU 127 Fee:$1495
Human Resources
Human Resources for Healthcare Professionals Item 9562 G1 DLHR 165 Fee:$1995
Management
Business & Management
Online Courses
G AT L I N ED U C AT I O N O N L I N E
CER T I FI C AT E S
For additional information on these
classes & to register please visit
www.gatlineducation.com/lwtc
Accounting
Administrative Professional with Microsoft
Certified Application Specialist Training Item 9523 G1 DLBU 138 Fee:$1995
Administrative Professional with
Microsoft Office Specialist Item 9522 G1 DLBU 137
Fee:$1995
Business Marketing Design Item 9525 G1 DLBU 146 Fee:$5595
Certified Global Business Professional Item 9521 G1 DLBU 136 Fee:$2495
Corporate Governance and Ethics Item 9636 G1 DLBU 195 Fee:$895
eBusiness Certificate Item 9694 G1 DLBU 107 Fee:$1995
Bookkeeping the Easy Way with QuickBooks Item 9678 G1 DLBU 145
Fee:$1695
Certified Bookkeeper
Item 9622 G1
DLBU 155
Fee:$1795
Chartered Tax Professional Item 9692 G1 DLBU 106
Fee:$1795
Entrepreneurship: Start-Up &
Business Owner Mgmt Item 9502 G1 DLBU 116 Fee:$2095
Payroll Practice and Management Item 9510 G1
DLBU 123
Fee:$1595
Lean Mastery Program Item 9632 G1 DLBU 180 Fee:$1695
Personal Financial Planning Item 9511 G1 DLBU 124
Fee:$1395
Management for It Professionals Item 9517 G1 DLBU 131 Fee:$2095
Records Management Program Item 9624 G1 DLBU 160 Fee:$1395
Management Training Item 9519 G1 DLBU 133 Fee:$2095
Non-Profit Management Item 9508 G1 DLBU 121 Fee:$2095
Project Management Program Item 9628 G1 DLBU 170 Fee:$1495
Purchasing & Supply Chain Management Item 9513G1 DLBU 126 Fee:$2095
Seven Steps to Leading High Achieving Teams Item 9515 G1 DLBU 128 Fee:$1395
Law & Legal Careers
Mediation and Dispute Resolution Item 9557 G1 DLHF 102 Fee:$4195
Paralegal DLBU 122 Item 9509 G1 Fee:$1795
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SPRING quarter classes
Understanding Earned Value Management Item 9516 G1 DLBU 129 Fee:$1295
Introduction to Crystal Reports 10 Item 9744 E1 DLCA 090 Fee:$89
Six Sigma Black Belt Training Program Item 9634 G1
DLBU 185 Fee:$2695
Microsoft Office Accounting Item 9119 E1 DLCA 085 Fee:$89
Six Sigma Green Belt Training Program Item 9630 G1 DLBU 175 Fee:$1895
Law & Legal Careers
Emergency Management Training Item 9117 G1 DLBU 095 Fee:$2695
Principle of Private Investigation Item 9108 G1 DLBU 025 Fee:$1995
ED2G O O N LI N E CL A SSE S
For additional information on these classes
& toregister please visit www.ed2go.com/lwtc
Accounting
Business Law for the Small Business Owner Item 9816 E1 DLWR 089 Fee:$89
Job Search
Computer Skills for the Workplace Item 9688 E1 DLCA 050 Fee:$89
Customer Service Fundamentals Item 9638 E1 DLBU 044 Fee:$89
Keyboarding DLCA 020
Item 9680 E1 Fee:$89
Accounting Fundamentals Item 9672 E1 DLBU 101 Fee:$99
Accounting Fundamentals 2 Item 9674 E1 DLBU 109
Fee:$99
Introduction Peachtree Accounting Item 9120 E1 DLCA 087
Fee:$89
Human Resources
Introduction to QuickBooks 2007 Item 9746 E1 DLCA 095
Fee:$89
Understanding the Human Resources Function Item 9750 E1 DLHR 075 Fee:$89
Introduction to QuickBooks 2008 Item 9121 E1 DLCA 093
Fee:$89
Employment Law Fundamentals Item 9754 E1 DLHR 090 Fee:$89
Performing Payroll in QuickBooks Item 9748 E1 DLCA 097
Fee:$89
Management
QuickBooks 2006 for Contractors Item 9756 E1 DLCA 096 Fee:$89
Manufacturing Fundamentals
Item 9106 E1
DLBU 015 Fee:$89
Administrative Assistant Fundamentals Item 9640 E1 DLBU 045 Fee:$89
“Wow What A Great Event!”
Item 9642 E1 DLBU 050 Fee:$89
Creating A Successful Business Plan Item 9644 E1 DLBU 055 Fee:$89
High Speed Project Management Item 9647 E1
DLBU 062 Fee:$89
Fundamentals of Supervision and Management Item 9646 E1 DLBU 067 Fee:$89
Fundamentals of Supervision and Management II Item 9114 E1 DLBU 068 Fee:$89
The Analysis of Stocks Item 9115 E1 DLBU 087 Fee:$99
Administrative Assistant Applications Item 9652 E1 DLBU 088 Fee:$89
Personal Finance Item 9116 E1 DLBU 089 Fee:$99
Distribution and Logistics Management Item 9507 E1 DLBU 090 Fee:$89
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Resume Writing Workshop Item 9810 E1 DLPR 032 Fee:$89
Twelve Steps to A Successful Job Search Item 9812 E1 DLPR 050 Fee:$89
Continuing Education
SPRING quarter classes
Start Your Own Small Business Item 9276 E1 DLBU 099 Fee:$89
Creating Your Own Nonprofit Item 9670 E1 DLBU 100 Fee:$89
Marketing Your Nonprofit
Item 9526 E1 DLBU 150 Fee:$89
Arts & Crafts Business Item 9811 E1 DLBU 153 Fee:$89
Become an Optical Assistant Item 9146 E1 DLME 100 Fee:$89
Business Marketing Writing Item 9813 E1 DLWR 088
Fee:$89
Growing Plants for Fun and Profit Item 9740 E1 DLGA 075 Fee:$89
Real Estate Investing 1 Item 9147 E1 DLRE 010 Fee:$89
Real Estate Investing 2: Financing Item 9148 E1 DLRE 015 Fee:$89
Creating the Inclusive Classroom Item 9653 E1 DLBU 177 Fee:$89
Introduction to Nonprofit Management
Item 9118E1 DLBU 184 Fee:$89
Communication & Culture
Japanese
Beginning Japanese COLA 070
Learn basic everyday vocabulary and
expressions in their proper cultural context.
They will learn to read and write Hiragana and
get acquainted with the essentials of Japanese
grammar. Textbook: Japanese For Busy People
1. ISBN 4-7700-3009-6 (US$27.)
■
Item 2905
6:30pm-8:30pm
04/14/09-06/16/09
T
Kelton T
Fee:$139
■ Spanish
Spanish at The Workplace
COLA 005
Learn general useful expressions and
vocabulary used in all areas of work; gaining
general understanding and correct responses.
Learn cultural facts from the Spanish speaking
countries. Answer basic questions, using
greeting and farewells as well as proper
commands. No pre-requisite.
Item 2895
6:30pm-8:30pm
04/08/09-06/24/09
W Michalak L Fee:$159
Conversational Spanish
COLA 010
This class is intended for students who have
some basic facility with the Spanish language
and who wish to polish their usage and
understanding through conversation with
the class and the native speaking instructor.
Pre-requisite: some basic background in Spanish.
Item 2900
6:30pm-8:30pm
04/07/09-06/23/09
T
Michalak L Fee:$159
■ W riting
Creative Writing
COWR 120
This class is about the rudiments of creative
writing. In it the students will find out how to
develop their creative voice.
Item 3115
6:30pm-8:30pm
04/08/09-06/10/09
T
Smith R
Fee:$119
Online Courses
G AT L I N ED U C AT I O N O N L I N E
CER T I FI C AT E S
For additional information on these
classes & to register please visit
www.gatlineducation.com/lwtc
Writing & Grammar
Grant Writing Item 9512 G1 DLBU 125 Fee:$2095
Technical Writing Item 9518 G1 DLBU 132 Fee:$1595
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SPRING quarter classes
ED2G O O N LI N E CL A SSE S
For additional information on these classes
& toregister please visit www.ed2go.com/lwtc
ESL
Grammar for ESL Item 9445 E1 DLWR 045 Fee:$89
Writing for ESL Item 9443 E1 DLWR 073 Fee:$89
Spanish
Speed Spanish Item 9760 E1 DLLA 100 Fee:$89
Speed Spanish II Item 9762 E1
DLLA 105 Fee:$89
Writing & Grammar
Grammar Refresher Item 9852 E1 DLWR 047 Fee:$89
Writing Great Technical Documents Item 9864 E1 DLWR 074 Fee:$99
Effective Business Writing Item 9854 E1 DLWR 068 Fee:$89
A to Z Grant Writing Item 9945 E1 DLBU 075 Fee:$89
Writing Effective Grant Proposals Item 9858 E1 DLWR 079 Fee:$89
Writeriffic: Creativity Training for Writers Item 9860E1 DLWR 080 Fee:$89
Writeriffic: Creativity Training for Writers 2 Item 9862 E1 DLWR 081
Fee:$89
Research Methods for Writers Item 9866 E1 DLWR 090 Fee:$89
Get Grants! Item 9868E1 DLWR 107 FeeL$89
The Keys to Effective Editing Item 9870 E1 DLWR 140 Fee:$99
Fundamentals of Technical Writing Item 9872 E1 DLWR 145 Fee:$99
Advanced Grant Proposal Writing Item 9874 E1 DLWR 155 Fee:$89
Enhancing Language Development Item 9131 E1 DLED 010 Fee:$89
Reading Strategies That Work Item 9136 E1 DLED 035 Fee:$89
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Computer Systems & Applications
Photoshop Elements COCU 115
Discover the creative possibilities of this
powerful yet easy to use image editing
software. Great fun for amateur photographers
who want to organize edit and share their
photographs. Learn effective and simple
techniques to enhance repair and create photo
collages and panoramas from multiple images
to create lasting memories.
Item 2760
5:30pm-7:30pm
05/05/09-05/28/09
TTh Julag-ay B Fee:$238
Photoshop For Digital
COCU 120
Photographer
It is a median between Elements and scouring
the depths of Professional Photoshop. We
will give you ultimate control with a fun set of
quick tutorials of Instant Gratification. It is also
address Photo retouching organization and
making easy digital presentations. The name of
the book we would base this class on is: How to
WOW Photoshop for Digital Photographers. IBS
#0 321 22799 9.
Item 2765
5:30pm-7:30pm
06/02/06-06/25/09
TTh Julag-ay B Fee:$238
Continuing Education
SPRING quarter classes
Online Courses
G AT L I N ED U C AT I O N O N L I N E
CER T I FI C AT E S
For additional information on these
classes & to register please visit
www.gatlineducation.com/lwtc
Search Engine Optimization Item 9128 G1 DLCT 055 Fee:$1395
Pay Per Click Marketing Item 9107 G1 DLBU 020 Fee:$1395
Forensic Computer Examiner Item 9125 G1 DLCA 125 Fee:$3095
Multimedia, Photography, Web Design
Microsoft Office
Microsoft Application Specialist Training–MCAS Item 9527 G1 DLCA 100 Fee:$1595
Microsoft Office Specialist 2003–MOS Item 9528 G1 DLCA 101 Fee:$1595
Microsoft Access 2007 Item 9529 G1 DLCA 102 Fee:$595
Microsoft Excel 2007 Item 9530 G1 DLCA 104 Fee:$595
Microsoft Outlook 2007 Item 9531 G1 DLCA 106 Fee:$595
Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Item 9532 G1 DLCA 108 Fee:$595
Microsoft Word 2007 Item 9533 G1 DLCA 110 Fee:$595
Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Tech–MCDST Item 9537 G1 DLCT 120 Fee:$1795
Microsoft Certified System Administrator–MCSA DLCT 121
Item 9538 G1 Fee:$2495
Microsoft Certified System Administrator plus Item 9539 G1 DLCT 122 Fee:$2195
Microsoft Certified System Engineer 2003–MCSE Item 9540 G1 DLCT 123 Fee:$3295
Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist–MCTS Item 9541 G1 DLCT 124 Fee:$3095
Video Game Art Item 9548G1 DLCT 133 Fee:$5595
Video Game Design and Development Item 9549 G1 DLCT 134 Fee:$1995
Interior Design Item 9129G1 DLCW 132 Fee:$2295
RFID-Radio Frequency Id Item 9130 G1 DLCW 133 Fee:$2495
Website Design Item 9551G1 DLCW 135 Fee:$5595
Multimedia Design Certificate Item 9552 G1 DLCW 136 Fee:$5595
Web Database Developer Item 9553 G1 DLCW 137 Fee:$2195
Webmaster Item 9554 G1 DLCW 138 Fee:$1795
Asp.Net Training Item 9721 G1 DLCP 130 Fee:$1995
Fine Arts Training Item 9103 G1 DLAR 010 Fee:$4495
Digital Arts Certificate Item 9101 G1 DLAR 015 Fee:$5595
Graphic Design Certificate Item 9104 G1 DLAR 020 Fee:$1495
Microsoft Certified Database Administrator MCDBA DLCP 132 Item 9535 G1 Fee:$3095
Networking & Programming
Cisco CCENT Authorized Certification Training Item 9542 G1 DLCT 125 Fee:$1795
Cisco CCNA Authorized Certification Training
Item 9543G1 DLCT 126 Fee:$1995
CompTIA A+ Certification Training Item 9544 G1 DLCT 127 Fee:$1695
CompTIA Linux+/LPI Level One Cert. Training Item 9545 G1 DLCT 128 Fee:$2195
CompTIA Network+/Server+ Certification Training Item 9546 G1 DLCT 129 Fee:$1495
CompTIA Security+ Certification Training Item 9547 G1 DLCT 130 Fee:$1695
Search Engine Marketing Item 9127 G1 DLCT 050 Fee:$1795
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SPRING quarter classes
Introduction to Windows Vista Item 9684 E1 DLCA 030 Fee:$89
Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2007 Item 9687 E1 DLCA 045 Fee:$89
Introduction to Windows XP Item 9682 E1 DLCA 025 Fee:$89
Introduction Microsoft Visio 2007 Item 9122 E1 DLCA 115 Fee:$89
Microsoft Excel 2007 in Classroom Item 9124 E1 DLCA 120 Fee:$89
Networking & Programming
ED2G O O N LI N E CL A SSE S
For additional information on these classes
& toregister please visit www.ed2go.com/lwtc
Microsoft Office
Advanced Microsoft Word 2003 Item 9742 E1 DLCA 080 Fee:$89
Intermediate Microsoft Access 2003 Item 9736 E1 DLCA 072 Fee:$89
Introduction to Microsoft Access 2003 Item 9722 E1 DLCA 062 Fee:$89
Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2003 Item 9728 E1 DLCA 065
Fee:$89
Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2003 Item 9738 E1 DLCA 075
Fee:$89
Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2007 Item 9731 E1
DLCA 130 Fee:$89
Intermediate Microsoft Word 2003 Item 9734 E1 DLCA 070 Fee:$89
Introduction to Outlook 2003 Item 9726 E1 DLCA 064 Fee:$89
Introduction to Microsoft Project 2003 Item 9732 E1 DLCA 067 Fee:$89
Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 DLCA 063 Item 9724 E1 Fee:$89
Introduction to Microsoft Publisher 2003 Item 9776 E1 DLMD 060 Fee:$89
Introduction to Microsoft Word 2003 Item 9690 E1 DLCA 060 Fee:$89
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Introduction to the Internet Item 9700 E1 DLCW 050 Fee:$89
C# Programming for the Absolute Beginner Item 9608 E1 DLCP 084 Fee:$89
Introduction to Visual Basic .Net Item 9610 E1 DLCP 090 Fee:$89
Intermediate Visual Basic .Net Item 9612 E1 DLCP 095 Fee:$89
Introduction to SQL DLCP 110 Item 9614 E1 Fee:$89
Introduction to Oracle Item 9616 E1 DLCP 115 Fee:$89
Intermediate Oracle Item 9618 E1 DLCP 117 Fee:$89
Introduction to PC Troubleshooting Item 9650 E1 DLCT 060 Fee:$89
Introduction to PC Security Item 9536 E1 DLCT 065 Fee:$89
Introduction to PC Security Item 9536 E1 DLCT 065
Fee:$89
Introduction to Networking Item 9654 E1 DLCT 070 Fee:$89
Creating A Home or Small Office Network Item 9656 E1 DLCT 075 Fee:$89
Intermediate Networking Item 9658 E1 DLCT 080 Fee:$89
Wireless Networking Item 9660 E1 DLCT 090 Fee:$89
Basic A+ Certification Prep Item 9662 E1 DLCT 105 Fee:$129
Intermediate A+ Certification Prep Item 9664 E1 DLCT 107 Fee:$109
Advanced A+ Certification Prep Item 9666 E1 DLCT 109 Fee:$129
Network+ Certification Prep Item 9668 E1 DLCT 115 Fee:$129
C++ for the Absolute Beginner
Item 9606 E1 DLCP 082 Fee:$89
Continuing Education
SPRING quarter classes
Creating User Requirements Documents Item 9605 E1 DLCP 079 Fee:$89
Introduction to Database Development Item 9600 E1 DLCP 060 Fee:$89
Introduction to Perl Programming Item 9602 E1 DLCP 075 Fee:$89
Multimedia, Photography, Web Design
Achieving Top Search Engine Positions Item 9718 E1 DLCW 125 Fee:$89
Creating Web Pages
Item 9702 E1 DLCW 055 Fee:$89
Creating Web Pages II
Item 9703 E1 DLCW 056 Fee: $89
Designing Effective Websites Item 9704 E1 DLCW 059 Fee:$89
Introduction to Microsoft FrontPage 2003
Item 9706 E1 DLCW 060 Fee:$89
Introduction to CSS and XHTML Item 9707 E1 DLCW 062 Fee:$89
Intermediate CSS and XHTML Item 9709 E1 DLCW 063 Fee:$89
Java for the Absolute Beginner Item 9708 E1 DLCW 090 Fee:$89
Introduction to Dreamweaver MX Item 9716 E1 DLCW 120 Fee:$89
Imaging for the Web Using Fireworks MX 2004 Item 9720 E1 DLCW 130 Fee:$89
Intermediate Dreamweaver CS3 Item 9727 E1 DLCW 141
Fee:$89
Discover Digital Photography Item 9770 E1 DLMD 050 Fee:$89
Secrets of Better Photography Item 9772 E1 DLMD 055 Fee:$89
Photoshop Elements Projects Item 9778 E1 DLMD 062 Fee:$89
Introduction to Illustrator CS3 Item 9795 E1 DLMD 070 Fee:$89
Travel Photography for Digital Photographer Item 9139 E1 DLMD 080 Fee:$89
COFO 084
Beginning Cake Decorating
Always wanted to know some basic cake
decorating techniques to impress your friends
and family?! Join Michael Lund, LWTC Alumni
and Mikes Amazing cakes employee as he
teaches you about icing a cake smoothly,
technical tricks as well as borders, roses, and
other flowers! Bring an apron and hand towel
to class, cake decorating tips if you have them.
Everything else will be provided.
Photoshop Elements 6.0 for Digital Photographer Item 9140 E1 DLMD 090 Fee:$89
Item 2820
7:00pm-9:00pm
Introduction to Photoshop CS Item 9784 E1 DLMD 120
Fee:$89
Intermediate Photoshop CS Item 9785 E1 DLMD 122 Fee:$89
Design Projects for Adobe Illustrator CS Item 9788 E1 DLMD 130 Fee:$89
Introduction to Flash MX
Item 9790 E1 DLMD 135 Fee:$89
Culinary Arts & Wine
Baking A rts
Pulled Sugar Artistry COFO 041
Enjoy the fun and creative artistry around the
art of pulled and blown sugar. Make a piece
of sugar art to take home in this hands on
experience. Class size is limited to 5 students.
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Item 2800
5:00pm-9:00pm
05/12/09-05/15/09
TWThF Malham C Fee:$279
04/15/09-05/06/09
W Lund M
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SPRING quarter classes
■ W ine
Fundamentals of Wine Tasting
COFO 110
In this fun and informative one-evening
workshop, learn the basics of wine tasting
including aroma, taste and appearance. You
must be 21 or older to participate.
Item 2825
04/16/09-04/16/09
6:00pm-8:00pm
Th Coan D
Fee:$55
Wine Tasting:
COFO 115
‘Round the World in Four Days!
This four-evening tasting class brings you
around the world by sampling wines from
California, Italy, France, and Australia. Taste the
same or similar grape varieties from all four
countries and compare the subtle differences.
Learn the basics of wine tasting and what to
look for in a wine. You must be 21 or older to
participate.
Item 2830
6:00pm-7:30pm
Culinary Arts
An Introduction to Chef Skills
and Demo Kitchen
COFO 066
Through lectures, demonstrations, and class
participation you will learn the safe and
proper uses of a variety of kitchen implements
as well as learn proper and varied cooking
techniques including knife skills, making basic
soups, sauces, natural reductions, and juice
extractions. Emphasis placed on developing
the culinary senses of taste and smell in
introducing herbs and spices.
■
Item 2810
05/19/09-06/02/09
6:00pm-9:00pm
T
Staff
Fee:$105
COFO 081
Home Cuisine Essentials
Plan and prepare simple and more complex
menus. Focus will be given to sauces, stocks,
soups, vegetables, meats, eggs, fish, breads,
starches, and pastries. Be ready to sample your
creations!
Item 2815
6:00pm-9:00pm
04/22/09-06/10/09
W Staff
Fee:$229
COFO 061
Hors D’Oeuvres and Appetizers
“Enjoy a hands on approach through
preparation and presentation of first
course food items, featuring a variety of
contemporary, classic, traditional, ethnic, and
modern appetizers. Participants will learn to
demonstrate a variety of presentations and
concepts to include balance, unity, color,
texture, focal points, and flow.”
Item 2805
6:00pm-9:00pm
04/20/09-05/11/09
M Coan D
Fee:$115
Wine Tasting:
COFO 119
The Northwest Experience
Continue your exploration of the world of
wine in your own backyard! This three-evening
course will introduce you to the great
variety of wine that is produced right here
in the Northwest. You must be 21 or older to
participate.
Item 2835
06/01/09-06/15/09
6:00pm-7:30pm
M Coan D
Fee:$105
Frugal Wine Gourmet COFO 120
This class will feature “great deals” in bottled
wine (under $15) which wines to look for, what
grapes, try the unusual varietals here and
see what you like! You must be 21 or older to
participate.
Item 2840
04/15/09-04/22/09
6:00pm-7:30pm
W Coan D
Fee:$76 COFO 121
Italian Wines
Italian wine is so much more than that dusty
bottle of Chianti. Italy’s diverse growing regions
produce amazingly distinctive wines. We will
survey wines from several regions over the
course of the three evenings. You must be 21 or
older to participate.
Item 2845
6:00pm-7:30pm
04/23/09-05/07/09
Th Coan D
Fee:$105
04/21/09-05/12/09
T
Staff
Fee:$139 Course listings continued on page 19
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Continuing Education
Meet Our Instructors
Meet Chef Chris Malham
LWTC Culinary Arts Instructor
Chef Malham earned his Culinary Arts
degree from Johnson & Wales University in
1986 and his Associate of Science Liberal
Arts degree from Regents College in
Albany, New York in 1996. He has served as
Master Chief in the United States Navy for
24 years. During his Naval tour in Naples,
Italy, he was responsible for the official
entertainment and meal preparations
for Supreme Allied Commander, Wesley
Clark, Joint Chief of Staff, Henry Shelton,
Secretary of the Navy, Danzig and multiple
other high-ranking officials from NATO.
Chef Malham’s civilian credentials include
Pastry Chef and Baker. He received the
Certified Executive Chef certification from
the American Culinary Federation in 2002
and has been an adjunct instructor for
Gulf Coast Community College since Fall
semester 2001. Chef Malham also attended
the International School of Confectionery,
where he studied chocolate and sugar work
under the instruction of the famous
Ewald Notter.
For more information about LWTC’s
Culinary Arts Program visit
culinary arts
www.lwtc.edu/culinaryarts.
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Meet Our Instructors
Meet Jacque Goldsmith ,
LWTC Sewing Instructor
Jacque’s sewing philosophy is simple:
Create home sewn garments with a readyto-wear look. She is known for inspiring
students to create fashionable garments
that fit their individual personality, lifestyle
and body shape. She has over 25 years of
experience in the apparel industry and
shares her knowledge with humility and
humor. Jacque earned a degree in clothing
and textiles from Seattle Pacific University
which included a year of studying
LWTC Sewing Lab, a fully equipped lab that
merchandising and buying at the Fashion
gives students the opportunity to work on
Institute of Technology in New York City
garments of their choice with advice and
Jacque’s professional career includes
encouragement from the instructor.
positions as alterations manager, tailor,
Jacque keeps her love for sewing alive with
buyer, designer and international product
one eye on her sewing machine and the
developer. She is uniquely qualified to
other on Seventh Avenue.
construct a custom garment, develop
thousands for the consumer market
or alter a mass produced garment to
individual fitting needs. She is a faculty
member at Seattle Central Community
College where she teaches all levels of
Join Jacque, and sewing instructor Karen
Erickson, at the Sewing Stitchery EXPO
at the Puyallup Fair and Events Center,
February 26-March 1. Check out
www.sewexpo.com for details.
apparel construction and Lake Washington
For more information about LWTC’s
Technical College. She shares her
Continuing Education sewing classes visit
knowledge with sewing hobbyist at the
www.lwtc.edu/ce.
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sewing
Continuing Education
Yoga
Meet Dorothy Sims,
LWTC Yoga Instructor
Instructor Dorothy Sims has been teaching
Hatha Yoga for over 30 years in the Seattle/
Bellevue area. She delights in providing
her students with a fun and instructive
environment for learning and
practicing yoga.
Dorothy’s approach to teaching is fun and
enjoyable, while encouraging her students
to do their best. Classes focus on learning
different yoga postures, breathing exercises
and relaxation techniques. Dorothy’s yoga
classes also help students to learn how
to improve flexibility, muscle tone and
balance. She empasizes techniques that
will also help students to relax and
releave stress.
For more information about LWTC’s
Continuing Education yoga classes visit
www.lwtc.edu/ce.
Find out how you can teach Continuing Education classes for Lake Washington Technical
College. Go to our Web site at www.lwtc.edu/ce to find out more.
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
Meet Our Instructors
Meet Rick Smith,
LWTC Creative Writing Instructor
Rick Smith has been writing for over
46 years. He has two books of poetry
published, one of which, “A Sweeter
Understanding”, was the 2007 winner of
a Silver Medallion Award as part of the
Benjamin Franklin Award Series. His first
Anthology, of over five hundred poems,
was written as “Poor Man’s Poetry.” He has
been teaching Creative Writing at the City
of Redmond Senior Center during 2008.
Mr. Smith is the founder of the New Poet’s
Society, a non-profit group created to
sponsor poetry contests in high schools
where students compete for scholarships.
For more information about LWTC’s
Continuing Education writing classes visit
www.lwtc.edu/ce.
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Continuing Education
Online Courses
ED2G O O N LI N E CL A SSE S
For additional information on these classes
& toregister please visit www.ed2go.com/lwtc
Catering
Secrets of the Caterer Item 9730 E1 DLFO 107 Fee:$89
Fitness
■ Dance
Latin Sampler
CODA 120
Add some Latin spice to your life. Learn the
basics in the Salsa and Rumba. Dancing is a
great form of exercise! Come see what the
buzz is all about!
Item
2775
7:00pm-8:00pm
04/10/09-04/24/09
F
Urban K
Fee:$30
Swing Dance Sampler–
CODA 114
Couples Only
Learn the basic steps and techniques in two
different forms of Swing: East Coast (danced
to upbeat music) and West Coast (danced to
slow music). Grab your partner… this course
is for couples only! Location: North Bellevue
Community Center 4063 148th Avenue NE
Bellevue WA 9807.
Item
2770
8:00pm-9:00pm
04/10/09-04/24/09
F
Urban K Fee:$60/couple
All Purpose Dance–
CODA 130
Couples Only
Whether you are preparing for a wedding
cruise, reunion or just want some fun, this is the
perfect beginner’s course. Relaxed atmosphere.
Partner required. Location: North Bellevue
Community Center, 4063-148th Ave. NE,
Bellevue WA
Item
2780
05/22/09-06/05/09
8:00pm-9:00pm
F
Urban K Fee:$60/couple
Swing & Slow Dance–
CODA 132
Couples Only
Learn the best of both worlds, Swing to upbeat
music and the Nightclub 2 Step to slow
romantic music. This is a perfect beginner’s
course for upcoming weddings or other
social events. Gentleman – be prepared to be
coerced… this course is for couples only!
Item
2785
7:40pm-8:40pm
04/29/09-05/13/09
W Urban K Fee:$60/couple
West Coast Swing Level 1
CODA 134
Dance to Blues, Jazz, Rock n’ Roll and
Country, this versatile dance is known as the
“Sophisticated Swing.” Experienced instructors.
Open to singles and couples. Location: North
Bellevue Community Center, 4063 148th
Avenue NE, Bellevue WA.
Item
2790
7:00pm-8:00pm
05/22/09-06/05/09
F
Urban K Fee:$60/couple
■ I ndoor E xercise
Fitness For Life Open Lab
COHF 010
Try the new hottest fitness trends with a trained
instructor! Classes available in the Fitness
Center -E115.
Item 2865
ARR 04/07/08-06/24/08
ARR
Staff
Fee:$60
COHF 050
Indoor Cycling
An incredible indoor cycling workout teaches
proper form, interval, and heart zone training.
You will experience situations including hill
climbs, fast flats, and an exhilarating variety
of cycling situations while focusing on speed,
power, intensity, and technique. Participants
must bring a towel and water bottle and heart
rate monitors to all cycling sessions. Group size
limit: 9.
Item 2885
7:00pm-8:00pm
05/14/09-06/09/09
TTh Digiacomo A Fee:$89
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SPRING quarter classes
Happy Morning Group Exercise
COHF 090
This class offers a variety of fun exercise
techniques suitable for all fitness levels. Each
workout will include cardiovascular, strength,
and flexibility training. You will learn all about
our “Lifestyle Fitness” Point System and how
it will work for you. A group of like-minded
people will support you and your fitness goals.
Item 2890
04/09/09-06/16/09
6:00am-6:45am
TTh Avery C
Fee:$109
■ Tai Chi
Tai Chi Chuan Beginning
COHF 040
Tai Chi Chuan is an ancient Chinese martial
art that is practiced today to improve balance,
flexibility, circulation, and relieve stress.
Beginners will study the 37 posture Cheng
Man-Ching short form. Each class period
consists of warm up exercises, form corrections,
introduction of new postures, partner work,
and discussion topics. Students should dress in
loose comfortable clothing.
Item 2870
04/14/09-06/16/09
6:30pm-8:00pm
T
Ekelund P Fee:$80
COHF 041
Tai Chi Chuan (Advanced)
Intermediate and advanced practitioners learn
the Yang-style long form, sword form, and push
hands. Each class period consists of warm up
exercises, form corrections, introduction of new
postures, partner work, and discussion topics.
Item 2875
04/14/09-06/16/09
6:30pm-8:00pm
T
Ekelund P Fee:$80
■ Yoga
Yoga for Beginners COHF 046
With 30+ years experience teaching Yoga,
Dorothy Sims teaches the basics of Hatha
Yoga. She will introduce postures, breathing
and relaxation. When practiced regularly, Yoga
improves flexibility, muscle tone, posture,
balance, breath awareness and the ability to
relax and release Stress. Bring a mat or rug to
the class.
Item 2880
6:45pm-7:45pm
04/07/09-06/09/09
T
Sims D
Fee:$99
Online Courses
G AT L I N ED U C AT I O N O N L I N E
CER T I FI C AT E S
For additional information on these
classes & to register please visit
www.gatlineducation.com/lwtc
Nutrition
“Nutrition for Optimal Health Wellness & Sports” Item 9558 G1 Personal Training & Fitness
Advanced Personal Fitness Trainer Item 9555 G1 DLHF 100 Fee:$2795
Fitness Business Management Item 9556 G1 DLHF 101 Fee:$2395
Personal Fitness Trainer Item 9559 G1 DLHF 104 Fee:$2095
Personal Training/Group Exercise for Older Adult Item 9560 G1 DLHF 105 Fee:$2395
Women’s Exercise Training and Wellness Item 9561 G1 DLHF 106 Fee:$2395
Meet Your
Instructor!
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DLHF 103 Fee;$2395
See Instructor Bios
starting on page 15
Continuing Education
SPRING quarter classes
Healthcare
Pharmacy
7-Hour HIV/Aids
Training for Healthcare
COME 120
This training workshop is specifically designed
for the Healthcare professional for license or
professional development. Meets Washington
State certification requirements.
Item 2910
4/24/2009 8:00am-4:00pm
F
CPR 4 U
Fee:$69
Item 2915
5/30/2009 8:00am-4:00pm
Sa CPR 4 U
Fee:$69
Item 2920
6/20/2009 8:00am-4:00pm
Sa CPR 4 U
Fee:$69
Online Courses
G AT L I N ED U C AT I O N O N L I N E
CER T I FI C AT E S
For additional information on these
classes & to register please visit
www.gatlineducation.com/lwtc
Dental
Administrative Dental Assistant Item 9565 G1 DLME 125 Fee:$1595
Medical Assisting, Billing, Transcription
Administrative Medical Specialist Coding/Billing Item 9566 G1 DLME 131 Fee:$1995
Advanced Coding for the Physician’s Office Item 9486 G1
DLME 225 Fee:$1395
Advanced Hospital Coding and CCS Prep Item 9488 G1 DLME 230
Fee:$1695
Icd-10 Medical Coding: Prep & Implementation
Item 9490 G1 DLME 235 Fee:$1595
Certified National Pharmaceutical Representative Item 9567 G1 DLME 132 Fee:$1595
Pharmacy Technician Item 9568 G1 DLME 133 Fee:$1795
ED2G O O N L I N E CL A SSE S
For additional information on these classes
& toregister please visit www.ed2go.com/lwtc
Medical Assisting, Billing, Transcription
Confidentiality of Health Info Item 9141 E1 DLME 010 Fee:$189
Medical Information Management Item 9142 E1 DLME 020 Fee:$189
Medical Mathematics Item 9143 E1 DLME 025 Fee:$189
Outdoor Survival Techniques Item 9144 E1 DLME 030 Fee:$89
Medical Coding Item 9145 E1 DLME 035 Fee:$89
Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach DLME 095 Item 9564 E1 Fee:$99
HIPAA Compliance Item 9137 E1 DLFC 070 Fee:$89
“Coding Reimbursement & Documentation for Phys” DLME 135 Item 9484 G1 Fee:$795
Medical Billing and Coding Item 9569 G1 DLME 136 Fee:$1595
HIPAA Compliance Item 9480 G1 DLME 120
Fee:$599
Medical Terminology Item 9570 G1 DLME 137 Fee:$595
Medical Transcription Item 9571 G1
DLME 138 Fee:$1595
Revenue Cycle Management for Healthcare Provider DLME 130 Item 9482 G1 Fee:$795
Veterinary Assistant Item 9572 G1
DLME 140 Fee:$1795
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SPRING quarter classes
Horticulture & Floristry
■ Floristry
Ikebana
COHO 040
Ikebana has a long and reverent history and
this demonstration will include a final project
in the Moribana style for all participants. The
instructor will provide the flowers. Max 10
Participants. Bring a pair of scissors / cutter&
a box (container) to take arrangement back
home. Supply Fee: $40 (exclude tax) (If you
have a Kenzan, please bring it.)
Item 3020
05/23/09
10:00am-1:00pm
Sa Amemiya M Fee:$69
COHO 050
Silk Design
Designing permanent, beautiful flower wreaths
can be accomplished through using silk
flowers. Bring your own wire cutters (required)
and glue guns (optional). Max 10 Participant.
Supply fee: $40 (exclude tax)
Item 3025
10:00am-1:00pm Sa 06/06/09
Amemiya M Fee:$69 H orticulture
Container Gardens with Flair!
COGA 044
Learn to design like a professional with expert
Karen Chapman CPH, www.lejardinetdesigns.
com. Create stunning container gardens with
tips on design techniques in this fun class,
which includes a planting demonstration and a
chance to experiment with plant combinations.
■
Item 2850
6:00pm-9:00pm
04/22/09-04/22/09
W Staff
Fee:$39
Landscape Design
COGA 060
Bring your experiences and ideas to this
beginning class on creating great landscape
design that works for you and your
family. 16-20 participants.
Item 2855
9:00am-11:00am
Industrial Technology
Boiler Refresher
COTR 125
The purpose of this refresher training is to
ensure the safe operation of boilers and
accessories with a review of the following
areas: codes and regulations, safety, operation
of boilers and new technology. A “Certificate
of Award” will be issued upon successful
completion of this class as proof for renewal
of your boiler operator’s license. This course
fulfills the requirements of the City of Seattle
Department of Planning & Development.
Item 3085
06/13/09-06/13/09
8:00am-4:30pm
Sa Jackson W Fee:$135
Welding for Garden Art
COWD 162
This introductory welding course employs a
step-by-step process to enable you to create
beautiful garden art and teach you the basics
of welding at the same time. The focus of this
course is Oxy-fuel and gas metal arc welding.
Various other metalworking techniques may
also be covered. Personal protective equipment
and other supplies are required. No previous
experience required.
Item 3105
04/20/09-06/15/09
8:00am-11:00am
Sa Capouilliez S Fee:$219
COWD 165
Open Lab for Welders Do you have unfinished projects? Do you want
to improve your welding skills? The Open
Lab for Welders is perfect for you! With the
supervision of our expert welding instructor,
you will have the freedom to work on whatever
projects you choose. First day of class will
include required safety orientation.
Item 3110
8:00am-11:00am
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05/16/06-05/23/09
Sa Staff
Fee:$55
04/20/09-06/15/09
Sa Capouilliez S Fee:$199
Continuing Education
SPRING quarter classes
Sewing
Lake Washington Technical College
began with a sewing course
in 1949. The sewing program is
the College’s oldest program
and continues to develop new
courses to address advances in
sewing technology.
■ H ome D écor
Home Décor Sewing Basics
COSE 040
This class is for those who are beginners and
new sewers. We will learn sewing machine
usage and care, how to select the tools/supplies
needed for home décor sewing; insert invisible
zippers, turn corners for pillows, cut and sew
welt cord, join difficult cording other basic
sewing techniques that are used continuously.
Projects will include decorator pillow, designer
table runner, and more using the machines in
class. Discover what fun and savings it can be to
sew your own Home Décor furnishings.
Online Courses
G AT L I N ED U C AT I O N O N L I N E
CER T I FI C AT E S
For additional information on these
classes & to register please visit
www.gatlineducation.com/lwtc
Auto Cad
AutoCAD 2007 Item 9126G1 DLCP 125 Fee:$1795
AutoCAD 2009 Item 9534G1 DLCP 131 Fee:$1995
Maintenance
Modern Automotive Service Technician Item 9151 G1 DLTR 015 Fee:$2695
Home Inspections Certificate Item 9149 G1 DLTR 005 Fee:$2095
HVAC Technician Item 9150 G1 DLTR 010 Fee:$3095
Oil Refinery Operations Item 9152 G1 DLTR 020 Fee:$2595
Paper Mill Operations Item 9153 G1 DLTR 025 Fee:$2595
Pulp Mill Operations Item 9154 G1 DLTR 030 Fee:$2595
Chemical Plant Operations Item 9138 G1 DLGA 010 Fee:$2595
Item 2925
04/14/09-04/28/09
1:00pm-4:00pm
T
Erickson K Fee:$70
COSE 045
Home Décor Sewing Advanced
Learn to design, cut and sew a Luxurious
Designer Pillow, Pillow sham for bedding, and
a Round table cover using techniques using
methods used in Home Décor fabrication while
continuing to strengthen sewing skills. Home
Décor Sewing Basics is not required.
Item 2930
1:00pm-4:00pm
05/05/09-05/19/09
T
Erickson K Fee:$70
sewing
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SPRING quarter classes
■ Sewing
Sewing For Beginners I
COSE 055
This is the class for those who have never sewn
before. We will learn sewing machine usage
and care, how to select the tools/supplies; make
a pillowcase, placemats, potholder and other
projects using the machines in class. Discover
what fun, creative outlet sewing can be! Class
size is limited to maximize your learning
experience.
Item 2940
04/08/09-04/29/09
6:30pm-9:30pm
W Holen E
Fee:$99
COSE 056
Sewing For Beginners II
Learn to lay out a pattern making loose fitting
pants, put in a zipper, hem an edge evenly, and
continue to strengthen your basic sewing skills.
This will be a fun and relaxing class. Sewing for
Beginners I is not required.
Item 2945
6:30pm-9:30pm
Eva Holen, LWTC Sewing Instructor
COSE 050
Slipcovers for Dining Chairs
Dining Chairs, Parsons Chairs, Folding Chairs,
and Bar Stools, design and sew a simple
Slipcover for one of your own chairs. Discover
how to make continuous bias, plus 2 slipcover
methods used to fabric dining room chair
covers. Continue to strengthen sewing skills
in Home Décor Sewing. Home Décor Sewing
Basics is required to take this class.
Item 2935
1:00pm-4:00pm
06/02/09-06/23/09
T
Erickson K Fee:$99 05/06/09-06/27/09
W Holen E
Fee:$99 COSE 070
Sewing Lab
This lab-format class is ideal for those who have
not sewn recently and want to brush up on
their skills and also for those who want to tackle
more difficult sewing projects with confidence.
Students work on the projects of their choice
and at their own pace.
Item 2950
9:00am-12:00pm
04/08/09-06/10/09
W Goldsmith J Fee:$189
Item 2955
1:00pm-4:00pm
04/09/09-06/11/09
Th Goldsmith J Fee:$189
Item 2960
1:00pm-4:00pm
04/08/09-06/10/09
W Goldsmith J Fee:$189
■ Fashion
Fashion Sewing with Knits
COSE 081
Nothing is as comfortable as a t-shirt and
sweatpants. Learn the characteristics of knits
and techniques to sew your own. We will make
a knit top to learn the tools and techniques. The
rest of the class time will be spent fitting and
constructing knit garments of your choice. This is
the perfect time to make a sweat suit, wrap dress
or shirred top of your own design. Come and
learn in our relaxed, well equipped Sewing Lab.
■ Q uilting
“Quilts, Quick Projects
and Sew Much More!” COSE 080
Join us for an exciting class, make new friends,
learn time saving tips . Some of the projects
we will attempt are "smart" Dahlia technique,
Ocean Waves made easy, and of course you can
finish your UFOs! "Sew", tune up your machine
and sign up!
Item
2965 04/13/09-06/01/09
9:15am-12:15pm
M
Holen E
Fee:$130
Item 2980
9:00am-12:00pm
Item 2970
9:15am-12:15pm
04/10/09-05/29/09
F
Holen E
Fee:$130
Item 2975
6:30pm-9:30pm
04/13/09-06/01/09
M Holen E
Fee:$130
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sewing
04/09/09-06/11/09
Th Goldsmith J Fee:$189
Continuing Education
SPRING
Winter quarter
quarter classes
classes
Quilting Basics and Beyond
COSE 090
Create a sampler in this comprehensive quilt
class while learning all the basics from color
and fabric selection to rotary tool use, various
piecing and appliqué techniques (hand and
machine piecing, straight piecing, curved
piecing, English paper piecing, needle-turn
appliqué, and log cabin construction), setting
blocks, basting the quilt “sandwich”, hand
quilting, and finishing techniques.
Item 2985
6:30pm-9:30pm
04/07/09-05/26/09
T
Omli D
Fee:$144 Intermediate/Advanced Quilting COSE 091
Add to your basic quilting skills with this
technique-oriented class. Students will have
several projects to choose from while learning
new techniques that go beyond the basic.
Advanced color and fabric selection, quilt
design, and new construction techniques will
be included.
Item 2990
9:00am-12:00pm
04/07/09-05/26/09
T
Omli D
Fee:$134
Item 2995
6:30pm-9:30pm
04/09/09-05/28/09
Th Omli D
Fee:$144 COSE 098
Quick Easy Baby Quilt Join us for an exciting class, learn quick-piercing
methods. Become familiar with color value. See
how much we can do in 2 weeks!
Item 3000
6:30pm-9:30pm
06/30/09-07/14/09
T
Staff
Fee:$69
Teaching Professionals
Online Courses
ED2G O O N L I N E CL A SSE S
For additional information on these classes
& toregister please visit www.ed2go.com/lwtc
Singapore Math Strategies Item 9132 E1 DLED 015 Fee:$89
Solving Classroom Discipline Problems Item 9133 E1 DLED 020 Fee:$89
Teaching Students with Autism Item 9135 E1 DLED 030 Fee:$89
Test Preparation
Online Courses
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ED2G O O N L I N E CL A SSE S
For additional information on these classes
& toregister please visit www.ed2go.com/lwtc
GED, GMAT, GRE, LSAT
GED Test Preparation Item 9820 E1 DLTS 050 Fee:$99
“Prepare for the GED Language Arts Writing Test” Item 9822 E1 DLTS 060 Fee:$99
Prepare For the GED Math Test Item 9824 E1 DLTS 065 Fee:$99
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SPRING quarter classes
GRE Preparation–Part 1 Item 9826 E1 DLTS 120 Fee:$89
GRE Preparation–Part 2 Item 9828 E1 DLTS 125 Fee:$89
GMAT Preparation Item 9830 E1 DLTS 130 Fee:$89
LSAT Preparation–Part 1 Item 9832 E1 DLTS 150 Fee:$89
LSAT Preparation–Part 2 Item 9834 E1 DLTS 155 Fee:$89
Paralegal Preparation 1 Item 9155 E1 DLTS 020 Fee:$159
Paralegal Preparation 2 Item 9156 E1 DLTS 021 Fee:$159
pmP Certification Preparation I Item 9112 E1 DLBU 059 Fee:$89
pmP Certification Preparation II Item 9113 E1 DLBU 060 Fee:$89
Transportation
H-D Twin Cam 88 Engine Rebuild COHD 105
This hands-on class will provide the
opportunity for students to completely
dismantle, inspect and rebuild a Twin Cam 88
engine. Students will learn proper techniques
and become familiar with the use of the
required specialty tools
Item 2860
8:00am-3:00pm
05/02/09-05/16/09
Sa Monroig R Fee:$225 COVM 048
Motorcycle Maintenance
Roll-up your sleeves and get ready to get your
hands dirty. This basic course for enthusiasts
includes engine theory, electrical and fuel
systems, lubrication, brakes, tires, and tools.
This course is not manufacturer specific.
Item 3090
6:00pm-9:00pm
04/27/09-06/15/09
M Rookaird D Fee:$189 Flagging and Traffic
COVM 173
Control Certification The purpose of the class is to teach safety rules
and regulations while flagging and controlling
traffic according to the Manual on Uniform
Traffic Control Devices, OSHA and WISHA.
This is a State of Washington requirement to
flag and control traffic during construction,
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maintenance and road situations when other
means of traffic control are inadequate.
Item 3095
9:00am-4:00pm
04/18/09
Sa Pollard A Fee:$57.50
Item 3100
9:00am-4:00pm
05/23/09
Sa Pollard A Fee:$57.50
Travel
Online Courses
G AT L I N ED U C AT I O N O N L I N E
CER T I FI C AT E S
For additional information on these
classes & to register please visit
www.gatlineducation.com/lwtc
Travel Agent
Travel Agent Training Item 9524 G1 DLBU 140 Fee:$595
Continuing Education
New Classes & Events
Five New Health Care Programs at LWTC
It’s well known there’s a high demand for qualified health care workers in the
Puget Sound region. To help meet this demand, Lake Washington Technical
College is starting five new health care degree programs and now has a total of 12
health care programs to choose from.
New!
Health Unit Coordinator New!
Physical Therapist Assistant New!
1. Massage Therapy
2.
3.
4. Funeral Services • Starting Summer 2009
5. Occupational Therapy Assistant • Starting Fall 2009
6. Nursing
• Nursing Assistant
• Practical Nurse
• Registered Nurse
New!
New!
Obtain specialized, professional
health care skills that will keep you in
constant demand. Learn how you can
7. Medical Assisting
help others. Quickly find a rewarding,
8. Medical Coding & Billing
great-paying new job.
9. Dental Hygiene
Classes are filling up quickly–
10. Dental Assistant
enroll today–and get started on your
11. Emergency Medical Technician
exciting new career path!
12. Medical Transcriptionist
February 25, 2009 •
www.lwtc.edu/employmentfair
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How to Find Us
Kirkland Campus
Redmond Campus
11605 132nd Ave. NE
Kirkland, WA 98034
www.lwtc.edu
Call (425)739-8100
for general
information
Monday–Friday,
7:30am to 4:30pm
6505 176th Ave. NE
Redmond, WA
98052-4943
www.lwtc.edu/redmond
Directions
From I-405 southbound:
Take the NE 124th Street exit; turn left on NE 124th.
Drive east past three intersections and turn right on
Slater Road. Continue on Slater Road and turn left
at the first signal, NE 120th Street. Lake Washington
Technical College will be on your right. (Use the East
Entrance for Student Services.)
From I-405 northbound:
Take the Kirkland/Redmond exit #18; turn right
toward Redmond. At 132nd Avenue NE, turn left.
Continue north about two miles. Lake Washington
Technical College will be on your left.
LWTC Kirkland campus map
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Photo©Steve Keating
Call (425)497-3679
Monday–Friday,
7:30am-4:30pm
Directions
From the main LWTC campus (5.4 miles):
Turn right from the college driveway onto 132nd
Avenue NE. Turn left on NE Redmond Way (NE
85th Street). Turn right on Cleveland St. Bear right
on Redmond Way. Turn right on NE 70th Street
at the Brown Bear Car Wash Turn left on 176th
Avenue NE Go to the end of the street. College is on
the right overlooking Marymoor Park.
From I-405:
Take exit #18, NE 85th Street, and head toward
Redmond (east). Turn right onto W. Lake Sammamish
Way NE at the sign shaped like a bicycle. Merge onto
520 E. toward Fall City/North Bend. Take the 202 E.
exit toward Fall City/North Bend. Take a slight right
onto Redmond Way. Turn right onto NE 70th St. at
the Brown Bear Car Wash. Turn left onto 176th Ave.
NE. Go to the end of the street. College is on the
right overlooking Marymoor Park.
Continuing Education
Area Map to both campuses
Off Campus Dance Location
North Bellevue Community Center
4063 148th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA 98007
425-452-7681
Driving Directions
From State Route 520, take the 148th Avenue
Northeast exit north. Go past intersection at
Northeast 40th Street and turn left into parking
lot. Building is set back from the street.
From I-405(north or south) take Highway
520 East. Exit at NE 40th St. Turn left onto
NE 40th Street. Follow that to 148th Ave NE.
Turn right on 148th Ave NE. The entrance to
North Bellevue Community Center is the third
driveway on the left.
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Staff
Dr. Raymond A. Nadolny,
Vice President, Extended Learning
[email protected]
Lin Zhou,
Assistant Dean, Redmond Campus
and Extended Learning
[email protected]
Hong Yu Zhan,
Administrative Assistant
[email protected]
Contact us at
(425)739-8112 or on the Web at
www.lwtc.edu/ce
LWTC’s Credit Classes
For a listing of credit classes visit
www.lwtc.edu/classschedule
or to request a copy of the credit Class Schedule
visit www.lwtc.edu/future/publications
or call (425)739-8205.
Teach for LWTC
We value your education and expertise. We’ve
found that instructors like you offer a wealth
of opportunity to our lifelong learners.
If you’re interested in teaching a course for
LWTC, please go to our Web site at
www.lwtc.edu/ce and complete the
Continuing Education & Community Events
Course Proposal Form.
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Continuing Education
Redmond Campus
Photo©Steve Keating
Situated between Marymoor Park and an industrial park, the
Redmond Campus reflects the aesthetic beauty of the site while respecting
the modern context of Redmond as a center for industry and, most recently,
cutting-edge technology.
The Redmond Campus offers a variety of learning experiences for students,
including credit and non-credit classes, and corporate and customized training
opportunities.
Our corporate customers enjoy our spacious meeting rooms and beautiful
setting. LWTC's Redmond Campus offers meeting space for groups of 10-82. We
have beautiful new board rooms, classrooms and a high-tech tiered auditorium.
Redmond Campus offerings:
n College classes Business, General Education, Parent Education
n Continuing Education Fun and enjoyable: Wine Tasting, Pulled Sugar Artistry
n Conference Services The two-story building hosts facilities for your next conference, seminar, business meeting, banquet, workshop or other special occasion.
Lake Washington Technical College Redmond Campus Corporate Learning Center
6505 176th Ave. NE • Redmond, WA 98052-4943 • (425)497-3679
Classes • Continuing Education • Conference Ser vices
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• COWR 120 Creative Writing
• COLA 010 Conversational Spanish
• COLA 005 Spanish at the Workplace
• COLA 070 Beginning Japanese
• COFO 120 Frugal Wine Gourmets
• CODA 132 Swing & Slow Dance – Couples
• COSE 081 Fashion Sewing With Knits
For more information visit us on the Web at www.lwtc.edu/ce
Spring2009
• COCU 120 Photoshop for Digital Photographer
• COCU 115 Photoshop Elements
Check out our new courses!
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