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Contact Information:
Joyce K. Taylor
Phone: (540) 674-3600 Ext. 4245
Fax: (540) 674-3663
E-mail: jtaylor@nr.edu

Amanda J. Allen
Phone: (540) 674-3600 Ext. 4301
Fax: (540) 674-3663
E-mail: ajallen@nr.edu
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For Immediate Release


NRCC Workforce Development Community Interest Classes -- Spring 2013

1/3/2013

NRCC Workforce Development Community Interest Classes -- Spring 2013

NON-CREDIT CLASSES

PREPARATION FOR SAT (SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TEST) (TEST 1101-C1)
CLASS # 69940
Saturdays, January 19 – February 23
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Godbey Hall, Room 160
Instructors: Suzanne Steele and Meredith Jones
Tuition: $102, plus $45 for textbooks (textbook fees payable at first class meeting)

This course will prepare students for the Scholastic Aptitude Test. Topics on the test will be explained and reviewed. Drills on math problems and verbal topics will be emphasized. Helpful hints, tips and short cuts will be provided to help the student cover all SAT material more quickly. Students should bring a graphing calculator to class.

ZUMBA FITNESS (RECR 1102-CA)
CLASS # 65691
Tuesdays and Thursdays, January 17 – March 28
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Location: Critzer Elementary School, Pulaski
Instructor: Charlene Kidder
Tuition: $50

This beginner/intermediate class features exotic rhythms set to high-energy, international beats. Combine this with Zumba Toning sticks and you’ve got a high-cardio, body-sculpting workout. Designed for anyone at any fitness level, you can burn 500-800 calories in one hour.

CONCEALED CARRY, HANDGUN SAFETY
Two sections available
(LAWS 1100-C1) Class # 68782, Tuesday and Thursday, January 22 & 24

OR

(LAWS 1100-C2) Class # 68783, Tuesday and Thursday, March 26 & 28
6 Hour Course, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Location: Edwards Hall, Room 208
Instructor: Joey Williams
Tuition: $60

The six hour lecture is required with optional range time held on the Saturday following the classes. The class is intended for persons who are applying for a handgun permit through the courts. Students will learn the nomenclature of revolvers and/or semi automatic handguns. They will also learn how to care for, maintain and properly store their handguns.

BALLROOM DANCE (LLRN 1101-C1)
Class # 65676
Fridays, January 18 – March 22
7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Location: Student Lounge, Martin Hall
Instructors: Naomi King and Hugh Webb
Tuition: $44 per person (couples only)

Beginner students will learn foxtrot, swing, and waltz. The intermediate students will learn foxtrot, rhumba and salsa.



CREDIT CLASSES

SMART Board Integration (EDU 195-CA ) – 3 Credits
Class # 69106
Mondays, February 25; March 4, 18, 25; April 8, 15, 22, 29; May 6
4:15 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Plus 20 additional hours online coursework required
Location: Montgomery County Technology Center, Christiansburg
Instructors: Lynn Yates and Alicia McGee
Tuition: $381.15 (in-state student)

For teachers seeking to integrate Smart Notebook 11 into daily instruction; explore software that motivates and involves students to increase learning. Projects in this class will be enhanced lessons to fit teachers’ course content and are aligned with the Virginia SOL’s. This class is intended for the intermediate technology user. Class attendance is mandatory.

PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL (ARO 121-CA) – 3 Credits
CLASS # 28981
Thursdays, January 22 – May 10
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Location: First class meeting at Virginia Tech Airport, remaining class location TBA
Instructor: Richard Humphreys

Presents the fundamental principles of flight including theory of flight, aircraft standards and specifications, basic aircraft construction, weight and balance, navigation, meteorology, principles of radio communication and application of aero physics. Prepares students for the FAA examination for private pilot rating. Call NRCC Workforce Development about availability of the Michael Rash Memorial Aviation Scholarship (674-3600, ext. 4323).

PRINCIPLES OF REAL ESTATE (REA 100-C1) – 4 Credits
CLASS # 28749
Thursdays, January 22 – May 10
6:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Location: Godbey Hall, Room 160
Instructor: Cline Hall

This course prepares individuals to sit for Real Estate Certification. Students will examine practical applications of real estate principles. Includes a study of titles, estates, land descriptions, contracts, legal instruments and concepts, real estate mathematics, financing, agency, appraisal, fair housing, and management of real estate.

REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL (REA 216-CA) – 3 Credits
CLASS # 30424
Wednesdays, January 22 – May 10
6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Location: Godbey Hall, Room 160
Instructor: Cline Hall

Explore fundamentals of real estate valuation. This course introduces the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice and the Uniform Residential Appraisal Report formulations, working problems and reviewing actual appraisals. Also discussed are opportunities available in the appraisal field.

To register for any of these classes, or for more information contact the NRCC Office of Workforce Development at 540-674-3600, ext. 4323.

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