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VETERINARY ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE PROGRAM<br />

Love Animals? - Begin a New Career in 5 Weeks!<br />

As a Veterinary Assistant you will help the Veterinarian or the<br />

Veterinarian Technician in their daily tasks. You will feed, water,<br />

and examine pets for signs of illness, disease, or injury; clean<br />

and disinfect cages and work areas, as well as sterilize surgical<br />

equipment in laboratories, animal hospitals and clinics. This<br />

<strong>program</strong> combines 35 hours of classroom instruction with a 24<br />

hour volunteer experience. The voluntary experience component<br />

requires students to volunteer their time. Each student will be<br />

responsible for coordinating his or her volunteer experience*.<br />

Fee: Only $999. Includes books, consumable supplies, and<br />

course completion <strong>certificate</strong>.<br />

SubEvent: VA120310 Fee: $999<br />

Schedule: 5 Saturdays<br />

9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.<br />

March 10 – April 14 (No class April 7, Spring break)<br />

ATTEND A FREE INFORMATION SESSION<br />

Wednesday, February 22, 2012 • 6:30-7:30 pm<br />

Please call for details: (800) 201-1141<br />

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE PROGRAM<br />

Become a Pharmacy Technician in Seven Months!!!<br />

Pharmacy Technicians are in high-demand, with job<br />

opportunities projected to grow 25 percent by 2016. The<br />

prescription drug industry is changing everyday. With<br />

those changes comes a need for a new wave of highly<br />

trained pharmacy technicians. Successful graduates of<br />

this <strong>program</strong> are prepared for careers in retail and<br />

hospital pharmacy settings. A Pharmacy Technician<br />

assists the pharmacist with mixing and packaging<br />

prescriptions, referring clients to the pharmacist for<br />

counseling, inventory control and purchasing, as well as<br />

collecting payment and coordinating billing. This course<br />

combines 182 hours of classroom instruction with 120<br />

hours of pharmacy externship to provide you with a<br />

complete learning experience*.<br />

FEE: Class fee of $2,895 covers books, supplies,<br />

externship, and course completion <strong>certificate</strong>. A payment plan is available.<br />

CERTIFICATION: Upon successful completion graduates will receive a <strong>certificate</strong> of<br />

completion and become eligible to apply for registration as a Pharmacy Technician in the<br />

State of California.<br />

SubEvent: PT120504<br />

Schedule: Fridays<br />

9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.<br />

May 4 – September 21<br />

*Pre-requisites: Minimum 18 years of age and high school completion or its equivalent. Students<br />

need competency in, or completion of a basic computer operations class. Students will be required<br />

to have access to the internet, printing capabilities and an email address. A Math and English preassessment<br />

test will be administered on the first class meeting to ensure student success.<br />

2


President’s Welcome<br />

Welcome to <strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong> <strong>City</strong> <strong>College</strong> (LACC), an<br />

institution dedicated above all else to student<br />

success. The Community Services Program at<br />

LACC speaks to the heart of what this campus is all<br />

about: reaching out to our community and offering<br />

learning opportunities to all ages.<br />

LACC serves over 24,000 people each year in credit,<br />

non-credit and Community Services <strong>program</strong>s. Each<br />

semester we offer many opportunities: from cooking<br />

classes for 8 year olds to comedy writing classes.<br />

Whatever your interest, life-long dream or if you want<br />

to explore a new hobby, it’s in here, it’s nearby and<br />

it’s affordable.<br />

LACC offers credit classes as well; training that can<br />

fit into your busy schedule along with career technical<br />

education and opportunities that can help you<br />

advance in your chosen<br />

profession. Visit<br />

www.lacitycollege.edu for<br />

more information on enrolling.<br />

We’re building more than<br />

buildings at LACC. I welcome<br />

you to your community campus,<br />

where you can build your future.<br />

Dr. Jamillah Moore, President<br />

<strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong> <strong>City</strong> <strong>College</strong> Administration<br />

Dr. Jamillah Moore, President<br />

Dr. Mary Callahan, Interim VP,<br />

Academic Affairs<br />

Dr. Lawrence Bradford, VP, Student Services<br />

Paul Carlson, VP, Administrative Services<br />

Randy Anderson, Dean, Student Services<br />

Dr. Merrill Eastcott, Dean, Academic Affairs<br />

Allison Jones, Dean, Academic Affairs<br />

William Marmolejo, Dean, Enrollment<br />

Sholeh Khorooshi, Interim Dean<br />

Academic Affairs<br />

Dr. Thelma Day, Acting Dean, Academic Affairs<br />

Willow Brook Ave.<br />

Village<br />

Fin. Aid.<br />

EOP&S<br />

OSS<br />

3<br />

<strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong> Community <strong>College</strong> District<br />

Board of Trustees<br />

Miguel Santiago, President<br />

Tina Park, First Vice President<br />

Nancy Pearlman, Second Vice President<br />

Kelly Candaele<br />

Mona Field<br />

Scott J. Svonkin<br />

Steve Veres<br />

Amber I. Barrero, Student Trustee<br />

District Administration<br />

Dr. Daniel J. LaVista, Chancellor<br />

Dr. Adriana D. Barrera, Deputy Chancellor<br />

Dr. Yasmin Delahoussaye, Interim Vice<br />

Chancellor for Educational Programs &<br />

Institutional Effectiveness<br />

Felicito Cajayon, Vice Chancellor for Economic<br />

& Workforce Development<br />

Thomas Hall, Interim, Executive Director,<br />

Facilities Planning and Development<br />

Camille A. Goulet, General Counsel<br />

Jeanette Gordon, Chief Financial<br />

Officer/Treasurer<br />

Dr. Edward Pai, Dean,<br />

Institutional Effectiveness<br />

Alex Davis, Dean, Economic Development &<br />

Workforce Education<br />

Guadalupe Jara, Associate Dean, Economic<br />

Development & Workforce Education<br />

Earic Peters, Associate Dean, Student Services<br />

Corey Rodgers, Associate Dean, EOP&S<br />

Jeremy Villar, Associate Dean,<br />

Student Services<br />

Christi O’Connor, Bookstore Manager<br />

Lenore Saunders, Administrative Analyst<br />

<strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong> <strong>City</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

855 N. Vermont Ave., <strong>Los</strong><br />

<strong>Angeles</strong>, CA 90029<br />

(323) 953-4000<br />

Community Services Office<br />

Administration Building 112<br />

840 N. Heliotiope Dr. | ext. 2651<br />

<strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong> Community<br />

<strong>College</strong> District<br />

770 Wilshire Blvd., <strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong>,<br />

CA 90029 | (213) 891-2000<br />

About Material Fees<br />

Please be aware that some<br />

Community Services classes<br />

have materials/handouts required<br />

by the instructor. All material fees<br />

are paid at the time of<br />

registration. Material fees are<br />

always optional. However,<br />

should you choose not to<br />

purchase such supplies or<br />

materials, your participation in the<br />

class may be limited. Community<br />

Services, LACC, and LACCD are<br />

held harmless from such fee<br />

disputes between the teacher and<br />

student(s).


S.A.T & A.C.T. PREPARATION<br />

The SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) and ACT is<br />

inevitable for all high school students planning to<br />

apply to a 4 year college/university. With careful<br />

preparation students will walk through SAT/ACT<br />

reasoning and inference practice analogies:<br />

grammar, critical thinking, science reasoning and<br />

higher mathematic applications. Students will also<br />

cover/study the new essay-writing portion of the<br />

GED test through practice preparation. In addition,<br />

participants will discover valuable test taking<br />

strategies/secrets about guessing. Included will be<br />

a practice examination and an assessment.<br />

Students should bring the following books to<br />

class: Kaplan S.A.T. 2012: Strategies, Practice<br />

and Review. and McGraw-Hill’s ACT Practice Tests<br />

3 rd edition by Steven W. Dulan (May 25, 2010).<br />

SubEvent: Antonio Cervantes Fee: $85<br />

#80255A 4 Fridays<br />

5:00-8:00 p.m.<br />

March 2-23<br />

DRUMS FOR TEENS & ADULTS<br />

Playing the drums<br />

is a great way to<br />

have fun and to<br />

relieve stress even<br />

form a band.<br />

Learn to play<br />

Rock, Pop, Funk,<br />

and Blues,<br />

accomplish these<br />

beats even by the<br />

first class! Learn to<br />

read and write<br />

drum notations,<br />

gain effective practice techniques. Bring your<br />

favorite music CD’s to class;; analyze and learn the<br />

drum beats of your favorite songs. Material fee of<br />

$10 payable at time of registration. Ages12+.<br />

Off-campus near L.A.C.C.<br />

SubEvent: Andrew G. Brown Fee: $65<br />

#75041A 5 Saturdays (Beg.)<br />

3:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

Register by phone!<br />

(323) 953-4000 x2651<br />

4<br />

DRAW COMIC BOOK & CARTOON<br />

CHARACTERS LIKE THE PROS<br />

Learn how to draw your favorite action Heroes and<br />

Villains like Spiderman, Spawn, Green, Lantern,<br />

Star Wars, Wonder Women, or even the Simpsons.<br />

You can even invent your own cartoon characters!<br />

This class will teach you<br />

important steps & secret artist<br />

tips you need to create & bring<br />

your cartoon to animation life. If<br />

you always wanted to become a<br />

cartoon super-action hero artist or<br />

comic Villain artist, learn from a<br />

Professional Disneyland artist.<br />

Ages 12+<br />

SubEvent: Wayne Thomas Fee: $65<br />

#80051A 5 Fridays<br />

5:30-7:00 p.m.<br />

February 24-March 23<br />

MATH SUCCESS CLASS<br />

Get better grades in school<br />

Assist your child with their school studies by<br />

enrolling them in this intensive math <strong>program</strong>.<br />

Focus will be on the specific problem area’s your<br />

child is having with math, this class will also help<br />

your child get better grades in school and prepare<br />

them for test they will need to score good on in<br />

order to successfully<br />

proceed to the next<br />

grade levels. Students<br />

are welcome to bring<br />

their schoolbooks. ALL<br />

elementary/junior grade<br />

levels are welcome.<br />

Material fee of $5<br />

payable at time of registration. Instructor: Dr.<br />

Arsen Abelian<br />

#80017B Pre Algebra Fee: $55<br />

5 Saturdays<br />

10:00-11:00 a.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

#80017C Algebra Fee: $55<br />

5 Saturdays<br />

11:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

#80017D Geometry Fee: $55<br />

5 Saturdays<br />

12:00-1:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

TYPING FOR YOUNG PEOPLE<br />

Learn how to type the fun, fast<br />

and easy way. Let your<br />

fingers do the talking!<br />

Learn how to type school<br />

reports, letters, homework<br />

and applications. Students<br />

are encouraged to repeat if<br />

more practice or speedier progress<br />

is desired. Ages: 9+. Held at: 3020 Wilshire Blvd.<br />

Limited enrollment!<br />

SubEvent: Ryan Obando Fee: $50<br />

#80001A 4 Fridays<br />

4:30-5:30 p.m.<br />

March 2-23


FRENCH FOR KIDS & TEENS<br />

French is a fun language spoken around the world.<br />

Students will do a wide range of activities from<br />

pronunciation of the alphabet, numbers, colors,<br />

days, weeks, months to useful conversations that<br />

will increase vocabulary and promote a cultural<br />

interest. Material fee of $22 payable at time of<br />

registration is for cost of book, cd and handouts.<br />

Book title is: Collins French Club: Book 1, by Rosi<br />

McNab - ISBN-13-9780007287567. $5 only if you<br />

have already purchased the audio cd/book set.<br />

Parents are encouraged to participate with class.<br />

Ages 7-16. No experience needed.<br />

SubEvent: Lesley Lespinasse Fee: $55<br />

#80721A 5 Saturdays<br />

9:30-10:30 a.m.<br />

March 3-31<br />

READING READINESS GRADES K-1<br />

Children will engage in literary activities to promote<br />

motivation by learning language related concepts.<br />

Instruction on phonics (sounds letters make) will<br />

help students decipher words for themselves. Kids<br />

will create their own books, poems and stories<br />

through drawing, painting and writing. Oral, written<br />

language supported through age appropriate<br />

literature. Material fee of $10 payable at time of<br />

registration. Held off campus near L.A.C.C.<br />

SubEvent: Polly Matthes Fee: $60<br />

#80300A 5 Saturdays<br />

9:00-10:00 a.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

FUN WITH MATH CLASS – For Grades K-2<br />

Students engage in hands-on activities to develop<br />

their number sense and geometric abilities.<br />

Activities include manipulatives, games, and<br />

puzzles, to promote each child’s understanding of<br />

addition, subtraction, patterns and geometry.<br />

Appropriate mathematical terms are introduced and<br />

explained. Material fee of $10 payable at time of<br />

registration. Held off Campus near L.A.C.C.<br />

SubEvent: Polly Matthes Fee: $60<br />

#80301A 5 Saturdays<br />

10:10-11:10 a.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

HIP HOP DANCING FOR YOUNG<br />

PEOPLE<br />

Learn one of the most popular and<br />

requested dance styles in recent<br />

years. The instructor will teach<br />

students many of the latest steps<br />

and dance moves. Come join this fun<br />

and exciting class. No dance experience is<br />

necessary. Ages 8-15.<br />

SubEvent: Dolly Giner Fee: $50<br />

#80665A 5 Saturdays<br />

4:15-5:15 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

5<br />

FUN WITH ABC’s<br />

Fun with ABC’s is for the very young student (ages<br />

3-5). Reading will be promoted through<br />

an introduction of phonics thru arts &<br />

crafts. Age appropriate literature will<br />

also be introduced. Material fee of<br />

$10 payable at time of registration.<br />

This class is limited to only 8<br />

students! Class held off campus near L.A.C.C.<br />

SubEvent: Polly Matthes Fee: $60<br />

#80223A 5 Saturdays<br />

11:20 a.m.-12:20 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

PUBLIC SPEAKING FOR YOUNG PEOPLE<br />

Public speaking is a skill and an art form that needs<br />

to be nurtured, so why not start now to strengthen<br />

your child’s public speaking skills. Do you want<br />

your child to articulate ideas with confidence,<br />

speak clearly, organize ideas more effectively<br />

and be able to communicate well in a variety of<br />

group settings? If so, this public speaking<br />

workshop is a perfect match for your child! Your<br />

child will learn how to create memorable speeches,<br />

minimize speaking anxiety, and have fun sharing<br />

ideas in front of an audience. Take advantage of<br />

this great opportunity for your child. Material fee of<br />

$8 payable in class*. Enrollment limited to 12<br />

students. Ages: 8+ *at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Lisa Saperston Fee: $65<br />

#80075A One Saturday<br />

10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.<br />

February 25<br />

GUITAR FOR YOUNG PEOPLE<br />

Come discover the true and fun way of learning<br />

how to play the guitar. This class will<br />

teach you proper finger<br />

coordination, how to tune your<br />

guitar and how to understand<br />

basic music notes. Bring<br />

acoustic guitar. Please bring<br />

book - Title of book is Guitar<br />

Method 1, 2 nd edition by Will<br />

Schmidt and Greg Koch, ISBN<br />

0-7935-3392 can be purchased at The Guitar<br />

Center in Hollywood. Ages 10-16.<br />

SubEvent: Daniel Calderon Fee: $55<br />

#80061A 5 Saturdays<br />

3:00-4:30 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

VIDEO GAME DESIGN FOR KIDS<br />

You may spend countless hours playing video<br />

games…but ever dreamed of creating your own<br />

game? If you’re ready to step up to the<br />

next level, join this class ‘cause<br />

you’re in for a load of fun. With<br />

Microsoft’s Kodu Game Lab<br />

you can let your creative mind<br />

explore the possibilities of<br />

creating your own game levels, adventures, and<br />

lots more – all without knowing a bit of complicated<br />

codes. If you can point and click a mouse, then<br />

your on you’re way to creating your very own video<br />

game. Ages 9-15.<br />

SubEvent: Angelo Almonte Fee: $65<br />

#80766A 3 Thursdays<br />

4:00-5:30 p.m.<br />

March 15-29


DRAWING FOR YOUNG PEOPLE<br />

Learn how to draw like a pro, get<br />

drawing tips and techniques on<br />

the objects you like to draw.<br />

Watch your images come to<br />

life as your teacher gets you<br />

started in using led/color pencil,<br />

charcoal, shading, light/dark just<br />

the professionals. Learn<br />

contrast, 3 dimension and<br />

brightness. Students are encouraged to bring their<br />

ideas & imagination. Bring led & color pencils,<br />

eraser and sketchpad to 1 st meeting of class.<br />

Ages 9-17 Instructor is artist for Disneyland and his<br />

class fills-up fast so Register early !!<br />

SubEvent: Wayne N. Thomas Fee: $55<br />

#80033A 5 Fridays<br />

4:00-5:30 p.m.<br />

February 24-March 23<br />

ICE SKATING FOR KIDS – AGES 6-12<br />

Join the fun, make new friends and impress your<br />

family with fun-on-ice skills. Basic training<br />

on ice-skating for ages 6-12. No prior<br />

ice experience needed. All<br />

equipment provided by<br />

instructor. Early registration is<br />

encouraged, as the class is<br />

limited to 10 students.<br />

Students enrolled in this class<br />

may skate the public session<br />

on the day of their class for<br />

free! Saturday public session is<br />

from 2:00-4:00 p.m. Class held off campus.<br />

SubEvent: Denise Moore Fee: $95<br />

#99802A 5 Saturdays<br />

1:15-1:45 p.m.<br />

February 18-March 17<br />

ICE SKATING FOR TOTS – AGES 3-5<br />

This class will teach toddlers ages 3-5 years old the<br />

basic ice skating skills needed to get them started<br />

and begin ice-skating. No prior ice experience<br />

needed. All equipment provided by instructor.<br />

Early registration is encouraged, as the class is<br />

limited to only 10 students. Students enrolled in<br />

this class may skate the public session on the day<br />

of their class for free. Saturday public session is<br />

from 2:00-4:00 p.m. Class held off campus.<br />

SubEvent: Denise Moore Fee: $95<br />

#99801A 5 Saturdays<br />

12:45-1:15 p.m.<br />

February 18-March 17<br />

SINGING FOR CHILDREN<br />

Enroll your child in this fun, safe and<br />

popular singing <strong>program</strong> at<br />

L.A.C.C. Help your child to soar<br />

and expose their gift in singing.<br />

Students will learn proper vocal<br />

and breathing techniques to<br />

strengthen and bring out their full<br />

singing potential. Your child’s confidence and<br />

singing abilities will be enhanced tremendously.<br />

Each child will perform solo and with the class.<br />

Limited to only 10 students. Material fee of $2<br />

payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Linda Stevens Fee: $55<br />

#80012A 5 Saturdays (5-9 yrs.)<br />

12:30-1:30 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

6<br />

ACTING FOR CHILDREN & TEENS<br />

Hey Kids from 7-14…do you want to<br />

have lots of fun pretending to be<br />

an action character or even an<br />

animal doing fun things that<br />

happen in an acting workshop?<br />

You will do this & more thru<br />

theatre games and cold readings. Research has<br />

shown positive effects gathered thru theatre arts in<br />

young people’s self-confidence, self-expression,<br />

and classroom achievements. Analytical abilities<br />

are gained and developed in a fun nurturing<br />

environment that is sure to help you reach your<br />

fullest artistic potential.<br />

SubEvent: Ann Monahan Fee: $65<br />

#82000A 5 Saturdays<br />

11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

BALLET FOR CHILDREN – BEG.<br />

An introduction to pre-ballet techniques for children.<br />

The <strong>program</strong> will focus on the basic positions,<br />

steps, techniques and discipline of ballet. This<br />

workshop provides instruction on the correct use of<br />

the physical mechanics of motion while<br />

encouraging the spirit of dance in children. Open to<br />

boys and girls!<br />

SubEvent: Ann Monahan Fee: $55<br />

#80021A 5 Saturdays (Ages 3-4)<br />

8:00-9:00 a.m. Limit 10 students<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

#80021B 5 Saturdays (Ages 5-8) Fee: $55<br />

9:00-10:00 a.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

#80021C Sandy Fetherolf<br />

5 Fridays (Ages 3-4) Fee: $55<br />

4:00-5:00 p.m. Limit 10 students<br />

February 24-March 23<br />

#80021D 5 Fridays (Ages 5-8) Fee: $55<br />

5:00-6:00 p.m.<br />

February 24-March 23<br />

SOCCER ACADEMY FOR KIDS<br />

A soccer <strong>program</strong> for boys and girls who<br />

want to learn proper game techniques,<br />

including control of the soccer ball,<br />

dribbling, passing and shooting.<br />

Team play and strategies will also be<br />

covered. Keep your body and mind<br />

healthy and join this fun and<br />

exciting class. Instructor is fluent<br />

in both English and Spanish.<br />

Please bring a soccer ball, soccer shoes and<br />

kneepads. Held off campus.<br />

SubEvent: Marleth Fernandez Fee: $50<br />

#80667A 5 Saturdays<br />

12:00-1:00 p.m. (4-7 yrs.)<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

#80667B 5 Saturdays Fee: $50<br />

1:00-2:00 p.m. (8-13))<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

Learning<br />

is Fun !


MUSICAL KEYBOARDING FOR CHILDREN<br />

Students will learn the correct fundamentals in<br />

playing the piano: Topics covered: Development in<br />

finger coordination, critical sense of listening;<br />

notations in pitch and rhythm; discipline in good<br />

practice habits with an appreciation of music<br />

through the piano as well as basic written theory.<br />

Solo-ensemble repertoire will also be introduced.<br />

Ages: 6 yrs. & up. Intermediate requires: Basic<br />

knowledge of music note reading. Intermediate<br />

students will choose sheet music comparable to<br />

their level. Limit 12 students. Please bring your<br />

own keyboard to class.<br />

SubEvent: Luiza Muradyan Fee: $55<br />

#80052B 5 Fridays (Beg.)<br />

5:00-6:00 p.m.<br />

February 24-March 23<br />

#80052C 5 Fridays (Beg./Interm.) Fee: $55<br />

6:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

February 24-March 23<br />

GYMNASTICS FOR KIDS<br />

This class is designed to teach basic gymnastic<br />

skills to children with little or no experience.<br />

Emphasis is on floor exercises and tumbling skills.<br />

Gymnastic skills increase motor coordination<br />

muscular strength, flexibility, and endurance.<br />

Students will also acquire awareness about body<br />

movement and physical fitness. Each class begins<br />

with a comprehensive warm-up routine with an<br />

emphasis on flexibility. Wear athletic clothing.<br />

SubEvent: Ron Newsome Fee: $55<br />

#80031A 5 Saturdays (6-12 yrs.)<br />

2:30-3:30 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

#80031B 5 Saturdays (3-5 yrs.) Fee: $55<br />

3:30-4:30 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

JUDO FOR CHILDREN<br />

Judo is an official Olympic sport that offers selfdefense<br />

skills in throwing & groundwork (grappling).<br />

Each class begins with warm-up exercises that<br />

increase cardiovascular and respiratory<br />

endurance, muscular strength, flexibility<br />

and agility. This class combines<br />

beginners with intermediate and<br />

advanced students. Students have the<br />

option of belt rank promotion. The<br />

Southern California Black Belt<br />

Association officially recognizes all belt<br />

ranks. Ages 6-13. Wear a long sleeve sweatshirt or<br />

judo uniform.<br />

SubEvent: Ron Newsome Fee: $55<br />

#80101A 5 Saturdays (Beg.)<br />

1:00-2:30 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

TENNIS FOR CHILDREN & TEENS<br />

Students will learn power positions for putting<br />

topspin and slice on the ball plus other basics as<br />

needed for good movement. Bring 1 new can of<br />

tennis balls and tennis racket. Held off-campus.<br />

Ages: 8-18 yrs. Limit 8 students. Ages 12+ may<br />

also sign-up for Saturday Tennis classes – See<br />

page 22.<br />

SubEvent: Daphne Chinn Fee: $55<br />

#99682A 5 Fridays<br />

4:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

March 9-April 6<br />

COMPUTERS &<br />

THE INTERNET<br />

All PC/MAC classes held at either:<br />

3020 Wilshire Blvd. 2 nd Floor or<br />

855 N. Vermont Av. (L.A.C.C.)<br />

Location of your class will be<br />

printed on your receipt - you can<br />

also check location of your class<br />

with Community Services Office:<br />

(323) 953-4000 extension: 2651,<br />

2652, 2653, 2654, 2655.<br />

PC SOFTWARE CLASSES<br />

KEYBOARDING – BEGINNING TYPING<br />

With so many jobs requiring a skill in proficient<br />

typing and the widespread use of email, learning to<br />

type is a very important asset. This class is for<br />

those with no typing experience and beginners.<br />

Limited enrollment. One student per computer.<br />

SubEvent: Ryan Obando Fee: $60<br />

#12000A 4 Fridays<br />

6:00-8:00 p.m. At 3020 Wilshire<br />

March 2-23<br />

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS<br />

AND MICROSOFT WINDOWS<br />

Computers are so easy to use, right? This is a<br />

beginner’s course covering typical hardware and<br />

software, concepts and terminology of operating<br />

the PC in the home or business environment.<br />

Practice the basic computer fundamentals:<br />

powering up, creating files & folders, making<br />

backups, using Windows operating system and the<br />

built-in accessories. Learn about all those keys on<br />

the keyboard, and how they are used along with<br />

basic mouse operations. This recommended<br />

course will give a “newbie” the knowledge and<br />

confidence to handle most Windows applications.<br />

This class is hands-on with one student per<br />

computer. Basic typing skills would be helpful.<br />

SubEvent: Lance Zakabi Fee: $85<br />

#12002A One Friday<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. At 3020 Wilshire<br />

February 24<br />

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY<br />

Take pictures like a professional. Learn which is<br />

the best camera to buy? What’s the difference<br />

between JPEG and RAW? These<br />

questions and more are<br />

answered in this seminar.<br />

Shoot better pictures, use<br />

email to send your photos to<br />

relatives and create stunning greeting cards,<br />

calendars and personalized posters using<br />

images from your digital camera. Make your<br />

snapshots sizzle and create jaw-dropping effects<br />

with a few simple clicks of the mouse. Bring your<br />

camera, instruction book and connector cables!<br />

Material fee of $5 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: José Ruiz – Allegro Photo Fee: $50<br />

#11110A One Monday<br />

5:30-9:30 p.m. At 3020 Wilshire<br />

February 27<br />

7


MICROSOFT EXCEL FOR WINDOWS<br />

Learn to use this leading Windows spreadsheet<br />

<strong>program</strong> to do your number<br />

crunching for you. Topics<br />

include: Basic worksheet<br />

navigation, and entry<br />

techniques, cell references,<br />

using the command groups &<br />

settings, formulas & functions,<br />

charts & graphs and simple<br />

database operations. Some experience with<br />

Windows is recommended. Register early - class<br />

is limited to only one student per computer.<br />

SubEvent: Lance Zakabi Fee: $85<br />

#12120A One Friday<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 3020 Wilshire<br />

March 2<br />

#12120B One Friday Fee: $85<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. At L.A.C.C.<br />

March 23<br />

MICROSOFT EXCEL - ADVANCED<br />

This seminar is designed for those already familiar<br />

with Excel basics and want to explore more<br />

advanced features. Topics to be covered will<br />

include cell formatting & customization, worksheet<br />

deployment, advanced formula concepts,<br />

conditional and logical functions, date/time<br />

calculations, string manipulation, pivot tables, and<br />

introduction to macros/VBA <strong>program</strong>ming. Prerequisite:<br />

Knowledge of basic spreadsheet<br />

commands and functions. Limited to 6 students.<br />

SubEvent: Lance Zakabi Fee: $95<br />

#12125A One Friday<br />

9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. At 3020 Wilshire<br />

March 9<br />

#12125B One Saturday Fee: $95<br />

9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. At L.A.C.C.<br />

March 24<br />

COMPUTER REPAIR - BUILDING,<br />

CONFIGURATION & TROUBLESHOOTING<br />

Have you ever asked these about your computer:<br />

“Is this processor fast enough?” “How much RAM<br />

do I need?” “Can I make my<br />

computer faster?” “How do I<br />

get rid of viruses?” Build<br />

up your skills in learning<br />

the ins and outs of your<br />

computer and see how<br />

everything works in that<br />

electronic box. You’ll get<br />

hands-on dissecting hardware and no longer be<br />

unfamiliar with optical drives, USB ports, hard<br />

drives, and more. You’ll also learn about the<br />

software that runs on your computer and what<br />

steps you can take to keep it fast and virus free.<br />

Material fee of $2 payable at time of registration<br />

includes basic tools to open up almost any<br />

computer. Beginners and experienced welcome.<br />

SubEvent: Angelo Almonte Fee: $90<br />

#12003A One Saturday<br />

9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.<br />

March 10<br />

REGISTER EARLY<br />

BEFORE CLASSES<br />

FILL UP!!!<br />

8<br />

Learn in a one-on-one environment. Our<br />

experienced and patient trainer will teach you how<br />

to use the computer on campus. All sessions are<br />

scheduled at your convenience and topics are<br />

based on your training need and level (absolute<br />

beginner, intermediate, or advanced). Customized<br />

one-on-one computer (PC or Apple) sessions are a<br />

minimum of two hours in length.<br />

SubEvent: Computer Staff Fee: 2 hrs. for $150<br />

#12222A By Scheduled Appointment<br />

#12222B Computer Staff Fee: 5 hrs. for $325<br />

By Scheduled Appointment<br />

(323) 953-4000<br />

Ext: 2651<br />

MICROSOFT ACCESS FOR WINDOWS<br />

Learn to use this leading Windows database<br />

<strong>program</strong> to track lists of customers, inventory,<br />

employees, etc. Topics include: Creating, modifying<br />

and sorting data tables; creating forms and reports;<br />

finding information with queries; a sample mailing<br />

list application. Previous experience with Windows<br />

would be helpful. Material fee of $5 payable at<br />

time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Jose Ruiz – Allegro Photo Fee: $90<br />

#12110A One Friday<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.<br />

March 16<br />

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT<br />

Need a presentation that really gets your point<br />

across? PowerPoint has everything you need to<br />

create a perfect presentation. Make eye catching<br />

color presentations to show from a computer or<br />

35mm slides, produce speaker notes, handouts<br />

and outlines;; And, you don’t need to be an expert to<br />

make it look professional! Use the built-in templates<br />

and wizards to add graphic effects and sound. Best<br />

of all, you can run your presentation on ANY<br />

WINDOWS COMPUTER – even if you do not have<br />

PowerPoint! Material fee of $5 payable at time of<br />

registration.<br />

SubEvent: José Ruiz – Allegro Photo Fee: $60<br />

#12140A One Monday<br />

5:30-9:30 p.m. At 3020 Wilshire<br />

March 5<br />

PARK ON CAMPUS – PURCHASE A<br />

WINTER PARKING PERMIT<br />

FOR ONLY $10.<br />

See Pg. 30


E-COMMERCE/ONLINE STORE<br />

WEBSITE DESIGN COURSE<br />

Learn how to create your own online store using<br />

open source content management<br />

systems (CMS) like Drupal,<br />

Joomla!, or Magento.<br />

Students will get hands-on<br />

instruction on creating your<br />

own personalized online store. Stop<br />

procrastinating and putting off your excellent<br />

ideas and line of wonderful products. Let this<br />

class introduce your products to all the world!!!<br />

By the end of this class students will know how to:<br />

Manage a website/database.<br />

Create a store name & domain.<br />

Publish articles RE: your product.<br />

Create homepage w/navigation.<br />

Manage & track your products.<br />

Customize a shipping method.<br />

Create payment methods for customers -<br />

PayPal, Credit card, etc.<br />

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills. Knowledge of<br />

Javascript, CSS, PHP, mySQL are preferred but<br />

not required. Students are required to register a<br />

domain name and website hosting service unless<br />

they already have their own personal host. The fee<br />

for domain registration is $10 per year and the fee<br />

for hosting services is between $5 & $8 a month.<br />

SuEvent: Mo Zhang Fee: $95<br />

#12011A 2 Wednesdays<br />

6:45-9:45 p.m.<br />

February 29 & March 7<br />

#12011B One Mon, & One Wed. Fee: $95<br />

6:45-9:45 p.m.<br />

April 16 & 18<br />

INTRODUCTION TO DREAMWEAVER CS5<br />

FOR WINDOWS<br />

Learn the software that has to become the standard<br />

for Web design and production. Adobe<br />

Dreamweaver has many innovative features that<br />

make creating a web site as easy as A B C. Learn<br />

to work with links – rollovers – animated layers and<br />

much more. Step-by step instructions will guide<br />

you through the creation of your own web site in<br />

class. Pre-requisite: Experience with Windows is a<br />

must and good knowledge of keyboarding and<br />

mouse usage. Material fee of $5 payable at time<br />

of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Jose Ruiz – Allegro Photo Fee: $115<br />

#12008A 2 Tuesdays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m. At 3020 Wilshire Blvd.<br />

March 20 & 27<br />

ADOBE INDESIGN - Introductory<br />

Design professional layouts for prints and digital<br />

publishing. Adobe InDesign provides precise<br />

professional control over typography and built-in<br />

creative tools for designing, preflighting and<br />

publishing documents for print or online. Create<br />

catalogs, yearbooks, advertising flyers or any other<br />

type of document you need. You can include<br />

interactivity, animation, video and sound in page<br />

layouts to fully engage readers. Must have working<br />

knowledge of computers & good keyboarding skills.<br />

Material fee of $5 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Jose Ruiz Fee: $85<br />

#11055A 2 Wednesdays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

March 14 & 21<br />

9<br />

MICROSOFT OFFICE<br />

This course provides an entry-level hands-on<br />

overview of Windows and three major components<br />

of the Microsoft Office suite: Word, Excel and<br />

PowerPoint. Instruction is designed for the new<br />

computer user and topics include: Windows basics;<br />

fundamental safety precautions; creating, editing<br />

and saving; formatting and printing Word<br />

documents, Excel worksheets and PowerPoint<br />

presentations; simple automation of repetitive tasks<br />

in Word;; using Microsoft’s wizards and templates;;<br />

formulas; cell referencing and creating a graph in<br />

Excel. Limited enrollment. Windows experience<br />

required. Material fee of $15 payable at time of<br />

registration.<br />

SubEvent: José Ruiz – Allegro Photo Fee: $125<br />

#12130A 3 Mondays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m. At 3020 Wilshie Bl.<br />

March 12-26<br />

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CS5 FOR<br />

WINDOWS<br />

Illustrator is the industry standard for vector image<br />

sign and production and is an indispensable<br />

companion to Adobe Photoshop. Designers who<br />

wish to elevate their work to a new vista of<br />

creativity will find this<br />

class a valuable tool to<br />

have in their skill set<br />

inventory. You will work<br />

with designs, photos,<br />

line images and text to<br />

create eye-popping<br />

presentations that will put you in a new plateau of<br />

professional ability. This version from Adobe is<br />

compatible with all releases so what you learn here<br />

is easily adapted to other versions. Pre-requisite:<br />

Experience with windows is a must and good<br />

knowledge of keyboarding and mouse usage.<br />

Material fee of $5 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: José Ruiz – Allegro Photo Fee: $115<br />

#11003A 2 Thursdays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

March 22 & 29<br />

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS5 FOR WINDOWS<br />

This seminar covers all the basic tools to enhance<br />

photos, create collages, and make restorations and<br />

design photo layouts. Learn some of the secrets of<br />

the professionals and discover why Photoshop is<br />

the standard for serious working photographers and<br />

artists world wide. This version from Adobe is<br />

compatible with all previous releases so what you<br />

learn here is easily adapted to other versions. Prerequisites:<br />

Experience with Windows is a must and<br />

good knowledge of keyboarding and mouse usage.<br />

Material fee of $5 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Jose Ruiz – Allegro Photo Fee: $115<br />

#11004A One Thursday.<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 3020 Wilshire<br />

March 8<br />

Obtain a Certificate<br />

of Completion- $10.<br />

At least 90% of class<br />

must be attended.


WEB DESIGN WORKSHOP<br />

A COMPLETE COURSE<br />

This introduction class creates a total web design<br />

experience. First you will acquire photos and<br />

images to be manipulated for the Web using<br />

Photoshop. Then using the latest Dreamweaver<br />

software, you will<br />

create a full-featured<br />

website. Learn how<br />

to add text, sounds,<br />

html, links and<br />

videos with relative<br />

ease. This class is<br />

designed for<br />

beg/intermediate<br />

graphic designers looking to become either working<br />

professionals or just hobbyist at home. You will<br />

create and design your interactive webpage in<br />

class. Basic Windows and use of mouse<br />

experience is required.<br />

SubEvent: Cav Fee: $145<br />

#12009A 3 Thursdays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m. At 3020 Wilshire<br />

February 23-March 8<br />

MANIPULATION OF IMAGES WITH ADOBE<br />

PHOTOSHOP CS5 FOR GRAPHIC<br />

DESIGNERS<br />

Learn how to use Photoshop and it’s special effects<br />

to manipulate images and background for design<br />

and production of using layers, cuts, textures,<br />

filters, styles and manipulation and production of<br />

fonts and text creating wood, metallic, neon and<br />

other text styles using distortion, fill 3D, gradient<br />

and other tools.<br />

SubEvent: Cav Fee: $95<br />

#11005A One Tues. & Thurs.<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

March 13 & 15<br />

MACINTOSH COMPUTERS AND<br />

DIGITAL GRAPHICS SOFTWARE<br />

INTRODUCTION TO THE MAC<br />

Are you new to the Mac? We’ll start with a brief<br />

history of this iconic platform, and build our way up<br />

to discover the fun and exciting things you and your<br />

Mac can do. Organize and clean up files with<br />

Finder; switch between <strong>program</strong>s with Expose and<br />

Spaces. Even see just how easy it is to switch<br />

back and forth from PC to a Mac. All you need to<br />

get started to become a Mac genius begins here.<br />

SubEvent: Angelo Almonte Fee: $60<br />

#13001A One Mon. & Tues. 3020 Wilshire Blvd<br />

6:00-8:30 p.m.<br />

February 27 & 28<br />

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ON THE MAC<br />

Learn the basic tools in Adobe Photoshop for<br />

graphic design, photo manipulation collage & layout<br />

photo restoration. You’ll be amazed at the things<br />

that you can do. This is an excellent <strong>program</strong> for<br />

photographers and graphic designers as well as<br />

fine arts. Pre-requisite: Introduction to the<br />

Macintosh or equivalent. Material fee of $7<br />

payable at time of registration. Held at 3020<br />

Wilshire Blvd.<br />

SubEvent: Brian Shelton Fee: $135<br />

#13040A One Friday<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.<br />

March 9<br />

10<br />

INTRODUCTION TO FILM EDITING<br />

This class introduces students to the basics of film<br />

editing including organizing the workspace,<br />

architecture, workflow, settings, capturing,<br />

importing, editing, rendering, and exporting video<br />

projects viewable to multiple platforms, including<br />

web streaming. Using Final Cut Pro, students will<br />

master the fundamentals of the interface; add<br />

innovative cuts, transitions, compositing, zooming,<br />

and framing shots for the greatest visual impact.<br />

Special emphasis will be placed on introducing the<br />

principles of film editing that work for all editing<br />

software. Enrollment limited to only 7 students.<br />

#13050A Kinga Brooks Fee: $185<br />

3 Thursdays (Beg.)<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m. At 3020 Wilshire<br />

March 8-22<br />

INTRODUCTION TO DREAMWEAVER<br />

Learn how to use Macromedia Dreamweaver MX to<br />

create full-featured Web sites, even if you have no<br />

knowledge of Web design or HTML basics. Get<br />

acquainted with <strong>program</strong> features and become<br />

familiar with commonly used Web terminology.<br />

Gain hands-on experience and develop your Web<br />

design skills by using each new feature for real<br />

world Web site and Web page construction. Create<br />

forms using Java applets, downloading and<br />

customizing Dreamweaver extensions to expand<br />

the software’s range of capabilities. Prior Internet<br />

experience required. Enrollment is limited to only<br />

one student per Mac computer so register early<br />

to guarantee your spot.<br />

SubEvent: Ara Chouljian Fee: $115<br />

#13008A One Mon. & Wed.<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m. At 3020 Wilshire<br />

March 5 & 7<br />

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR ON THE MAC<br />

Adobe Illustrator is the most powerful vector<br />

drawing page design and production tool in the<br />

world today, ideal for designers with a desire to<br />

elevate their work to a new vista of creativity. Learn<br />

how to draw and integrate text with your designs,<br />

illustrations, line art, images and photos. Learn how<br />

to create charts with illustrator. Prior Mac<br />

experience is helpful. Material fee of $7 payable<br />

at time of registration class. Held at 3020<br />

Wilshire Bl. Class has a limited enrollment so<br />

register early!!<br />

SubEvent: Brian Shelton Fee: $135<br />

#13030A One Friday<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.<br />

March 16<br />

Register by phone!<br />

(323) 953-4000 x2651


BUSINESS<br />

DEVELOPMENT<br />

BOOKKEEPING/ACCOUNTING ANALYSIS<br />

& CONCEPTS CERTIFICATE PROGRAM<br />

This is a hands-on course where students learn the<br />

process of journalizing, posting, adjusting and<br />

closing a set of books for a make-shift business.<br />

Students will learn how to use the<br />

trial balance sheet. In addition,<br />

students will learn horizontal<br />

analysis, vertical analysis, trend<br />

analysis and how financial ratios<br />

are used tin accessing the<br />

company’s financial position.<br />

Students should bring a calculator to use when<br />

doing their analysis. A “Certificate of<br />

Completion” will be awarded upon completion<br />

of the course at no additional Charge. Material<br />

fee of $20 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Kevin Farmer Fee: $115<br />

#20021A One Friday<br />

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

March 2<br />

QUICKBOOKS FUNDAMENTALS<br />

CERTIFICATE PROGRAM<br />

Learn the fundamentals of QuickBooks including,<br />

navigating the software, and setting up a company<br />

file, working with Lists, Bank Accounts,<br />

entering/paying bills, tracking/paying sales tax and<br />

reconciling bank accounts. This is a “hands on”<br />

course where students will use a computer to enter<br />

and process data. A Certificate of Completion<br />

will be awarded upon completion of this course.<br />

Material fee of $20 payable at time of<br />

registration. Prerequisite: Bookkeeping<br />

Analysis. Limited to only 14 students.<br />

SubEvent: Ronald Scott Amie Fee: $115<br />

#20122A One Sunday<br />

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

March 11<br />

LIVE – RENT FREE!!!<br />

Apartment Management Certificate Class<br />

Have you noticed all the high-rise buildings going<br />

up? All these new apartment buildings need<br />

you as a manager – reap the<br />

benefits! This class will cover<br />

all the topics necessary to<br />

become an apartment<br />

manager; or, if you are a<br />

property/building owner, get the<br />

skills and laws needed to properly<br />

manage and facilitate your<br />

investment. Topics include: Unlawful<br />

detainer/eviction laws & procedures. Rental leasecontracts,<br />

Rental marketing techniques, Manager<br />

salary/benefits; Section 8, Rent control and more.<br />

Don’t put off your career as an apartment<br />

manager any longer! Register early to<br />

guarantee your spot in this class!<br />

SubEvent: Cavalin Fee: $100<br />

#20020A 3 Mondays<br />

6:00-10:00 p.m.<br />

February 27-March 12<br />

#20020B 3 Mondays Fee: $100<br />

6:00-10:00 p.m.<br />

April 16-30<br />

11<br />

QUICKBOOKS II - CERTIFICATION<br />

This is a hands on a course using some of the<br />

more advanced features of QuickBooks including:<br />

Purchase Orders, Estimates, Customizing Forms<br />

and Reports, Fixed Asset Recording with<br />

Depreciation, Long Term Note amortization,<br />

Inventory tracking and adjusting, Petty Cash<br />

Accounting, Job Costing and Payroll set-up. A<br />

”Certificate of Completion” is included in the<br />

material fee and will be awarded upon<br />

completion of the course. Material fee of $20<br />

payable at time of registration. Prerequisite:<br />

Quickbooks I. Limited to only 14 students!<br />

SubEvent: Ronald Scott Amie Fee: $115<br />

#20123A One Sunday<br />

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

March 25<br />

HOW TO LEGALLY START A<br />

NEW BUSINESS IN L.A.<br />

Stop procrastinating and set-up your business<br />

now! Start the money flow into your pockets!<br />

A quick and easy guide through the forest of<br />

regulation facing new business<br />

start-up in <strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong>. This<br />

class is designed to quickly and<br />

painlessly cover everything you<br />

need to know about city and<br />

county tax forms, business licenses<br />

and reporting systems, payroll and income taxes,<br />

and federal and California requirements. Material<br />

fee of $15 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Kevin Farmer Fee: $55<br />

#20013A One Friday<br />

10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.<br />

March 16<br />

NEXT AMERICAN INVENTOR<br />

Want to learn the proven ways to cash in on your<br />

inventions? If your idea works, it’s a GREAT idea<br />

but now you need to know-how to make money<br />

with it. People just like you are creating and selling<br />

their ideas and inventions for big money! If you<br />

want to secure the rights to your ideas and learn<br />

the proven way to CASH IN on your inventions, this<br />

<strong>program</strong> will show you how to: Make your invention<br />

intellectually safe and profitable; Protect your ideas<br />

with patents, trademarks, and copyrights; Evaluate<br />

your ideas for marketability; Find potential buyers<br />

for your invention and offer it for sale in the safest<br />

method possible. Material fee of $30 payable at<br />

time of registration for manual.<br />

SubEvent: Nancy Miller Fee: $35<br />

#25123A One Thursday<br />

6:30-9:30 p.m.<br />

March 22<br />

CREATE YOUR OWN IMPORT/EXPORT<br />

BUSINESS: FULL-TIME OR HOME BASED<br />

Learn how to make full-time or part-time income<br />

from importing and exporting profitable products.<br />

Be your own boss; set your own schedule; work<br />

from home; travel to foreign lands. This workshop is<br />

fully tax deductible. Locate products and vendors<br />

overseas; locate distribution and sales reps in the<br />

US, arrange transportation and insurance and how<br />

to maximize your profits through price scheduling.<br />

Material fee $15 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Shirley Knull Fee: $110<br />

#20016B Two Saturdays<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

March 17 & 24


MONEYMAKING USING YOUR COMPUTER<br />

Did you know that there are more than 120 different<br />

businesses that you can operate from your<br />

computer? You don’t need a big investment to start<br />

any of these businesses. This seminar will show<br />

you which businesses are hot and how you can<br />

take advantage of them. This course includes<br />

training on how to expertly set up and operate a<br />

legally complete home based business that will<br />

allow you to make money your own way. Material<br />

fee of $30 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Nancy Miller/Mike Rounds Fee: $35<br />

#25544A One Monday<br />

6:30-9:30 p.m.<br />

March 26<br />

PROFESSIONAL SPEAKING–Want to make<br />

six figures talking about what you know?<br />

Speakers and trainers are more in demand than<br />

ever before and you can<br />

profit by sharing your<br />

expertise with people who<br />

are willing to pay for it. In<br />

this dynamic <strong>program</strong> you’ll<br />

learn how to: Apply as a<br />

trainer with seminar<br />

companies, Book over 100<br />

paid engagements per year,<br />

Work with bureaus &<br />

agents, Create profitable<br />

products.Material fee of $30 payable at time of<br />

registration includes CD & handouts.<br />

SubEvent: Mike Rounds Fee: $35<br />

#20017A One Thursday<br />

6:30-9:30 p.m.<br />

March 22<br />

CAREER<br />

DEVELOPMENT<br />

HOW TO BECOME A NOTARY PUBLIC<br />

This class will prepare students to pass the state<br />

examination. Effective July 1, 2005 this class must<br />

be approved by the Secretary of State. Topics:<br />

Requirements & duties of a Notary; Expectations<br />

regarding past/present convictions; How to prevent<br />

Lawsuits; keep/maintain a Notorial Journal; Acts<br />

constituting practice of Law; Bond requirements;<br />

When to use <strong>certificate</strong>s; Illegal advertising;<br />

Guidelines for Notaries with expertise in<br />

immigration/consulting and disabled veterans<br />

services. Test dates and locations of the<br />

examination conducted by the State of California.<br />

Prerequisites: No Felonies; 18 years of age; legal<br />

resident of the State of California; Read, write and<br />

understand English; pass a background check.<br />

Material fee of $10 payable at time of<br />

registration. Must be on time & bring a sack lunch.<br />

SubEvent: Barbara Douglas Fee: $80<br />

#25404A One Saturday<br />

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

March 24<br />

Why not give the gift of learning?<br />

We have gift <strong>certificate</strong>s for any of<br />

our classes. Call for details (323)<br />

953-4000 ext. 2652<br />

12<br />

THE BUSINESS OF BARTENDING –<br />

BECOME A PROFESSIONAL BARTENDER<br />

Start working after completing this class!<br />

Why pay hundreds of dollars more at other schools<br />

to learn bartending when this bartending class will<br />

cover all you need to know in the field of bartending<br />

and more! And yes, you can start bartending when<br />

you complete this class. As the economy struggles<br />

and employment worsens - Bartending jobs are in<br />

demand wherever you go! Bartending requires so<br />

much more than knowing how to put ice in a glass<br />

and adding the proper ingredients. Kellie will<br />

prepare you to be a<br />

great salesperson;<br />

a customer service<br />

expert and an<br />

honest/valuable<br />

employee with<br />

skills that will help<br />

you succeed in the<br />

real world of<br />

bartending. With<br />

the skills gained<br />

from Kellie Nicholson’s class and her notoriety<br />

in the Bartending world plus <strong>certificate</strong> of<br />

completion, her students have successfully<br />

secured bartending jobs after completing this<br />

class, Kellie’s clientele includes Will from the Black<br />

Eyed Peas, David Schwimmer, Jessica Simpson<br />

and Ashton Kucher. Material fee of $50 payable<br />

online to www.barbizz.com/pay before class<br />

starts. Those who score 90% or above on the<br />

tests will be awarded a Master’s Certificate of<br />

Excellence!<br />

SubEvent: Kellie Nicholson Fee: $150<br />

#25012A 3 Mondays<br />

6:00-10:00 p.m.<br />

February 27-March 12<br />

“Dear Kellie, this is Ivette from your<br />

Bartending class at <strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong> <strong>City</strong> <strong>College</strong>,<br />

I just wanted to tell you I had my first<br />

interview as a bartender yesterday, I did not<br />

know what to expect, however THEY HIRED<br />

ME! Thank you so much for teaching me the<br />

Business of Bartending.” - Ivette<br />

GRANT PROPOSALS: HOW TO FIND<br />

THEM AND HOW TO WRITE THEM<br />

There is a demand for good grant proposal writers<br />

in the public and nonprofit<br />

sectors, from Head Start<br />

<strong>program</strong>s and childcare<br />

centers, schools, <strong>College</strong>s,<br />

Universities to faith-based<br />

organizations and community<br />

centers. Students will review basic steps toward<br />

seeking and writing promising grant proposals.<br />

Learn to identify community needs and budgeting<br />

costs to meet those needs, learn to ask for just the<br />

right amount of funding to fill that budget. Various<br />

types of grant proposals will be covered, from E-<br />

Forms to packet forms. Internet experience<br />

recommended. Students should bring the<br />

following book to class: Grant Writing for<br />

Dummies (Business & Personal Finance) by<br />

Beverly A. Browning (Sept 13, 2011). Students<br />

must be on time to class!<br />

SubEvent: Antonio Cervantes Fee: $55<br />

#25044A 2 Thursdays<br />

7:00-10:00 p.m.<br />

March 1 & 8


L.A. COUNTY FOOD SERVICE / FOOD<br />

HANDLERS CERTIFICATION PROGRAM<br />

(Class is held in English, but you may also<br />

take Food Certification exam in Spanish.)<br />

Get certified now!!! Don’t risk having your food<br />

business shut down!!!<br />

Las clases se llevan a cabo en Inglés, pero el<br />

examen está disponible en Español también.<br />

The California Health and Safety Code, L.A. County<br />

Code/Ordinance 97-0071, requires mandatory<br />

Food Handler certification for managers/operators<br />

and/or other responsible parties of all<br />

restaurants, markets, mobile food<br />

preparation units, commissaries and<br />

food processing establishments. One<br />

certified food handler is required to be<br />

present during all hours of operation.<br />

This ordinance went into effect January 1999. Now<br />

is the time to get certified to protect your business<br />

and profession as a food service provider. This<br />

class is approved by the American Culinary<br />

Federation and L.A. County Health Department.<br />

Limited to 18 students. Exam will be given during<br />

the class*. Material fee of $80 payable at time of<br />

registration for book and test scantron. *recertification<br />

fee is same amount $80 as first<br />

time students. Upon registration please be sure<br />

to pick-up your book to study for test you’ll be<br />

taking on day of class.<br />

SubEvent: Anthony Battaglia Fee: $110<br />

#25050A One Friday<br />

9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.<br />

February 24<br />

SECURITY GUARD CERTIFICATION -<br />

Start to work in Security after getting<br />

certified in this class!!<br />

Start your career in Public Safety or Law<br />

Enforcement!! The security field is a<br />

24-hour operation and there is a big<br />

demand for certified security<br />

professionals. It’s one of the few<br />

industries that grows and thrives in a<br />

challenging economy. Security Guard<br />

Certification is an 8 hour training<br />

course required by the Dept. of<br />

Consumer Affairs Bureau of Security &<br />

Investigative Services (BSIS) Stop<br />

procrastinating and get your certification –<br />

jump into this employable field, Open to both<br />

men & women. Simon Cruz Jr. is a BSIS<br />

Licensed/Certified Ranger master and Firearms<br />

instructor and trainer. Material fee of $10 payable<br />

at time of registration. Certification fee does not<br />

include Live Scan and Application Fees. Some of<br />

the Security jobs are: Mobile Patrol Officer,<br />

Body Guard, Special Events Officer, Public<br />

Safety Officer, Bank Officer, Patrol Officer.<br />

Register early before class fills-up!<br />

SubEvent: Simon Cruz Jr. Fee: $80<br />

#25033B One Saturday<br />

8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.<br />

March 24<br />

REGISTER EARLY<br />

BEFORE CLASSES<br />

FILL UP!!!<br />

13<br />

HOW TO BECOME A FINGERPRINT<br />

ROLLER/LIVE SCAN OPERATOR<br />

Looking for a new career? Want to earn extra<br />

money? Become a fingerprint roller for the Dept. of<br />

Justice, get a job in law enforcement or start your<br />

own business be becoming an official provider for<br />

the State of California. Receive hands-on<br />

experience on actual live scan<br />

equipment and learn how to fill out<br />

customer forms. Get tips on<br />

marketing your business. Find out<br />

how becoming a provider comes<br />

with built-in advertising and built-in customers.<br />

Learn all this and more during this one-day<br />

seminar. No test are offered or required. Material<br />

fee of $25 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Michael-Ann Brown Fee: $75<br />

#25111A One Saturday<br />

9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.<br />

March 24<br />

CREATIVE WRITING<br />

READ ALL DAY & GET PAID FOR IT!<br />

If you like to read and have a flair for writing, you<br />

can supplement your income as a freelance reader.<br />

Film studios and producers need to have hundreds<br />

of scripts and books read each day - and freelance<br />

readers are paid to do it. Find out where the jobs<br />

are and who to contact. You'll work with reader's<br />

reports, which show how to write coverage that<br />

delivers the necessary information. Learn how to<br />

build a professional portfolio that will land you the<br />

most lucrative assignments. Material fee of $3<br />

payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Jack Adams Fee: $40<br />

#26020A One Sunday<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

March 18<br />

SCREENWRITING WARRIORS<br />

There are many ways to write a script. Some of<br />

them are convoluted, some impossible to apply and<br />

most require too much time to write, then rewrite.<br />

Learn to write a script quickly and well at a<br />

professional level ready to be marketed as quickly<br />

as possible. Learn how not to ‘pain’ yourself into a<br />

corner. This is the quickest, most direct method of<br />

writing/creating/selling a script you’ll find anywhere,<br />

and you don’t have to buy software or a book.<br />

SubEvent: Jack Adams Fee: $40<br />

#26021A One Sunday<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

March 25<br />

WRITE FOR MAGAZINES<br />

Too busy to write a novel? Too afraid to tackle a<br />

film or TV script? Start your writing career with<br />

shorter projects and magazine articles. Hundreds<br />

of publications need your words – find out how<br />

to earn an income sitting at the kitchen table or<br />

on the couch. Jack Adams has published articles<br />

in print and on-line for the past twenty years. As a<br />

writer, producer/developer of film and television<br />

projects, he’s listed in Marqui’s Who’s Who in<br />

Entertainment.<br />

SubEvent: Jack Adams Fee: $40<br />

#26030A One Sunday<br />

1:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

March 18


PITCHING YOUR FILM / T.V. PROJECT<br />

Got a chance to talk about your script? Tried to<br />

pitch-can’t get it across the<br />

plate? There’s only one way<br />

to do it. If you want to<br />

develop a bulletproof<br />

presentation (as well as<br />

elephant hide) learn the right<br />

way to pitch, get people interested and make a deal<br />

instead of a mess. You only get one chance to<br />

make a first impression – don’t blow it! Find out<br />

how to approach, and what to expect in (and from)<br />

a pitch meeting, whether scheduled or impromptu.<br />

SubEvent: Jack Adams Fee: $40<br />

#26022A One Sunday<br />

1:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

March 25<br />

SPEAK AND THEY WILL LISTEN<br />

How are your English oral communication skills? Is<br />

English your 2 nd language? Do you feel shy or<br />

intimidated expressing your ideas in front of native<br />

English speakers? This class is designed to replace<br />

shyness/intimidation with lots of confidence and<br />

assertion. You will feel more comfortable<br />

expressing yourself at work or in social settings.<br />

Perfect your American English pronunciation and<br />

learn essential expressions and phrases to guide<br />

you through various types of conversations. This<br />

class will present a series of techniques, exercises<br />

and role-play scenarios to empower you to be a<br />

more polished speaker. Limited to 8 students.<br />

Material fee of $6 payable *in class.<br />

*at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Lisa Saperson Fee: $65<br />

#73000A 3 Wednesdays<br />

7:00-9:30 p.m.<br />

February 29-March 14<br />

WRITING TO IMPRESS!!<br />

Do you feel you have writer’s block? Is English not<br />

your first language? Do you procrastinate and<br />

feel uncomfortable expressing your ideas<br />

effectively when preparing emails, proposals, or<br />

novels? If so, this class is for you! You will<br />

transform your writing apprehension into writing<br />

contentment as you prepare necessary written<br />

documents with more ease. The writing process will<br />

be presented emphasizing the brainstorming,<br />

writing and editing steps so you can express your<br />

ideas more clearly and creatively. Prerequisite –<br />

Oh No Grammar. Material fee of $10 payable at<br />

time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Lisa Saperston Fee: $65<br />

#26011A Friday 6:30-9:00 p.m.<br />

Saturday 10:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.<br />

April 13 & 14<br />

OH NO! GRAMMAR AGAIN!<br />

This is an intensive review of grammar as used in<br />

creative writing. Avoid writer’s block – overcome<br />

the feeling of powerlessness because you do not<br />

recall the grammar “rules of the game”. Discover<br />

the simple rules of grammar and composition – free<br />

yourself to write clear concise letters, reports, and<br />

e-mails. Learn why computerized grammar checks<br />

usually miss the most common grammatical errors.<br />

Material fee of $8 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Lisa Saperston Fee: $75<br />

#26010A Friday 6:30-9:30 p.m.<br />

Saturday 10:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.<br />

March 16 & 17<br />

14<br />

REAL ESTATE &<br />

FINANCE<br />

HOW TO INVEST IN REAL ESTATE<br />

WITH LITTLE OR NO MONEY DOWN<br />

Get on the path to a<br />

business opportunity with<br />

no experience and little<br />

initial capital. This class is<br />

designed to assist you in<br />

obtaining the financial<br />

success you deserve. Our<br />

Nation is one of the few<br />

that enable and<br />

encourage private ownership of real estate.<br />

Although traditional methods may delay the dream<br />

of home ownership/investment for some, with the<br />

knowledge and skills that we will share in this class,<br />

even the most strapped can acquire wealth through<br />

real estate. Material fee of $10 payable at time of<br />

registration.<br />

SubEvent: Jose Reyna Fee: $40<br />

#27046A One Saturday<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

March 24<br />

HOW TO BUY A HOUSE OR CONDO<br />

Get detailed “how to” information on forms and<br />

instructions necessary to buy a new or existing<br />

house or condo Have the real estate<br />

professionals work for you, not against you; get<br />

the best house in your price range, learn about<br />

eligibility for government mortgage financing.<br />

Make an offer & negotiate with the seller. Material<br />

fee of $10 payable at time of registration. All<br />

are welcome!<br />

SubEvent: Jose Reyna Fee: $40<br />

#27040A One Saturday<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

February 25<br />

GOVERNMENT GRANTS & LOANS<br />

TO PURCHASE YOUR HOUSE<br />

This class will introduce you to some of the major<br />

sources of government money that will help you<br />

purchase your own house. Learn: What kind of<br />

government <strong>program</strong>s are available for real estate;<br />

how to apply for government loans and grants; the<br />

government agencies that handle most grants and<br />

low interest rate loan <strong>program</strong>s and, most<br />

importantly, where to apply for government grants<br />

and loans. Material fee of $10 payable at time of<br />

registration.<br />

SubEvent: Jose Reyna Fee: $40<br />

#27045A One Saturday<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

March 10<br />

PARK ON CAMPUS – PURCHASE A<br />

WINTER PARKING PERMIT<br />

FOR ONLY $10.<br />

See Pg. 30


BUY DON’T RENT!<br />

Tired of paying high rents? This class is designed<br />

to encourage renters to buy their own home or<br />

condominiums with no<br />

deductions to offset their<br />

taxes. Prerequisite:<br />

Gainfully employed for at<br />

least 2 years; have decent<br />

credit. Learn how to purchase<br />

property with little or no money down. Discuss First<br />

Time Home Buyers Program & Silent Seconds;<br />

Renting with option to Buy should have an attorney<br />

look over this contract before finalizing. Alternative<br />

methods will be discussed. Material fee of $10<br />

payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Barbara Douglas Fee: $45<br />

#27041A One Saturday<br />

9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.<br />

April 14<br />

MEDICAL CLASSES<br />

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY I<br />

Students will study combining forms, prefixes,<br />

suffixes, Greek/ Latin verbs and adjectives used to<br />

construct medical terms. Also study the skeletal<br />

system. This workshop is designed for those<br />

interested in health-science related occupations.<br />

Ages: 14+. Concurrent enrollment with Medical<br />

Terminology. ll & lll is O.K. Material fee of $5<br />

payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: John Ramirez Fee: $65<br />

#29011A 5 Saturdays<br />

9:00-10:30 a.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY II<br />

Enlarge your vocabulary through the study of the<br />

major systems, along with the diseases and<br />

disorders associated with those systems. Systems<br />

to be covered include: muscular endocrinology,<br />

gastrointestinal, circulatory and respiratory. This<br />

class is designed for those interested in the healthscience<br />

occupations. Concurrent enrollment with<br />

Med. Term. I & III is O.K. Ages 14+. Material fee<br />

of $5 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: John Ramirez Fee: $65<br />

#29012A 5 Saturdays<br />

10:30 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY III<br />

Complete your vocabulary in health sciences<br />

studying the remaining major systems along with<br />

the diseases and disorders of these systems.<br />

Systems to be covered include: genito-urinary,<br />

nervous system, integumentary systems, eye, ear,<br />

nose, mouth (the senses). This medical class is<br />

designed for those interested in health science<br />

related occupations. Concurrent enrollment with<br />

Med. Term. I & ll is O.K. Ages 14+. Material fee<br />

of $5 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: John Ramirez Fee: $65<br />

#29013A 5 Saturdays<br />

12:30-2:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

15<br />

ICD-9/CPT-4 CODING FOR<br />

MEDICAL INSURANCE<br />

Learn to use the ICD-9 and CPT-4 coding systems<br />

required by insurance companies<br />

including HMOs, commercial<br />

indemnity insurance, Medicare<br />

& Medi-Cal. Get knowledge of<br />

assigning diagnostic codes to<br />

patients' conditions and<br />

procedural codes to physicians'<br />

services. Cost of ICD-9 books<br />

$170 + $15 for material handouts are payable at<br />

time of registration. Pre-requisites are: Medical<br />

Terminology I, II, and III.<br />

SubEvent: Lilly Sarino Fee: $145<br />

#29021A 5 Saturdays<br />

12:30-5:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

MEDICAL INSURANCE BILLING<br />

Students will get a thorough know-how of billing all<br />

3 rd party payers for physicians’ charges. Claim<br />

requirements for Workman’s Comp/Champus<br />

HMO’s, Medicare/Medi-Cal will be covered & claim<br />

forms will be completed for each. Pre-requisite:<br />

Working knowledge of Medical Terminology I, II, III,<br />

and ICD-9/CPT-4 coding. BRING YOUR ICD-<br />

9/CPT-4 CODING BOOKS! Material fee of $20<br />

payable at time of registration. No class April 7.<br />

SubEvent: Lilly Sarino Fee: $145<br />

#29022A 5 Saturdays<br />

12:30-5:00 p.m.<br />

March 31-May 5<br />

COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL<br />

INSURANCE BILLING<br />

Learn how to input patient information, insurance<br />

data. Generate insurance claim forms statements,<br />

collection letters, edit lists, required forms in a<br />

business office to facilitate productive operations.<br />

You will actually set up a typical practice, inputting<br />

raw data from course documents. This hands-on<br />

class is recommended for working in medical<br />

facilities. Prerequisites: Basic computer,<br />

knowledge of ICD-9/CPT & HCPCS Coding and<br />

basic principles of Medical Insurance Billing.<br />

SubEvent: Lilly Sarino Fee: $95<br />

#29023A One Sunday<br />

9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.<br />

May 6<br />

HOW TO START A HOME-BASED<br />

MEDICAL BILLING SERVICE<br />

Small home-based medical businesses earn<br />

$75,000 to $150,000 per year! Physicians must file<br />

claims electronically if they expect to be paid by<br />

Medicare. Most medical practices receive more<br />

than 80% of their income from insurance<br />

companies; the rest is derived from patient billing.<br />

Learn Marketing Strategies, how to get paid for<br />

your services; patient information sheet/charge<br />

tickets; how to obtain hardware and software;<br />

Introduction to insurance verification; how to obtain<br />

a license and write a business plan. Material fee of<br />

$5 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: John Ramirez Fee: $45<br />

#29000A One Saturday<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

March 31


C.P.R. CERTIFICATION<br />

CARDIO-PULMONARY RESUSCITATION FOR<br />

PROFESSIONAL RESCUER<br />

Learn how to perform C.P.R. on adult and infants.<br />

A C.P.R./FPR <strong>certificate</strong> will be awarded upon<br />

successful completion. C.P.R. book required:<br />

Stock #652168 available at American Red Cross<br />

501 Shatto Place #100. Material fee of $27<br />

payable at time of registration for <strong>certificate</strong>.<br />

Limited to only 8 students!<br />

SubEvent: Ramon Navarro Fee: $65<br />

#29015A One Sunday<br />

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

March 18<br />

CLASES EN<br />

ESPAÑOL<br />

APRENDA A COSER<br />

Desarrolle su creatividad aprendiendo a coser.<br />

Curso para hombres y mujeres. No necesita previa<br />

experiencia. Las lecciones<br />

incluyen: como operar la<br />

máquina de coser, como<br />

tomar medidas, cortar con<br />

patron, escoger y preparar<br />

las telas antes de cortar,<br />

técnicas básicas de<br />

construcción Traer el primer día: lápiz, cinta<br />

métrica-de 60 pulgadas, 3 ½ yardas tela de<br />

algodón, Tijeras, agujas/alfileres hilo y descosedor.<br />

Edad mínima 16 años. No se permiten<br />

acompañantes ni niños en clase. Lista de<br />

mateiales se le dara al tiempo de registración.<br />

No clase Abril 7.<br />

SubEvent: Rosy Espinoza Cuota: $80<br />

#30111A 5 Sábados - Basico<br />

2:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

Febrero 25-Marzo 24<br />

#30111B 5 Sábados – Beg./Interm. Cuota: $80<br />

2:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

Marzo 31-Mayo 5<br />

DISEÑOS FLORALES<br />

¿Le gustaría aprender a crear sus propios arreglos<br />

florales usando flores frescas? Con esta clase<br />

podrá hacer arreglos de diferentes estilos,<br />

redondos, ovalados, con diseños, etc. Esta es una<br />

excelente clase para el principiante. Favor de traer<br />

un cuchillo pequeño y tijeras especiales para cortar<br />

alambre. No olvide de traer periódico. La cuota de<br />

materiales de $40 se paga al momento de<br />

registrarse.<br />

SubEvent: Eva Ucanan Cuota: $65<br />

#30131A 3 Sábados (Beg.)<br />

9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.<br />

Febrero 25-Marzo 10<br />

Al termino de clases<br />

puede obtener un<br />

Certificado por $10.<br />

Debe atender por lo<br />

menos el 90% de las<br />

Clases.<br />

16<br />

DISEÑOS FLORALES PARA BODAS<br />

Le gustaría aprender a crear arreglos con flores<br />

frescas para bodas, quinceañeras, aniversarios,<br />

etc. En esta clase aprenderá hacer un ramo de<br />

novia, centro para la mesa principal y corsages<br />

para la corte. Traer un cuchillo pequeño tijeras<br />

regulares para cortar alambre. No olvide de traer<br />

papel periódico. La cuota de materiales de $25<br />

se page al momento de registrarse. Prerequisito:<br />

Diseños Florales l.<br />

SubEvent: Eva Ucanan Cuota: $65<br />

#30133A 1 Sabado<br />

9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

Marzo 17<br />

DECORACION DE PASTELES - Básico<br />

Te ofrecemos la oportunidad de tomar clases de<br />

decoración de pasteles donde no solo encontrarás<br />

una enseñanza que te ayudará a desarrollarse<br />

económicamente sino que podrás adquirir<br />

conocimiento básico y festejar a tus seres<br />

queridos. No olvides de pedir tu lista de No se<br />

permiten acompañantes ni niños en<br />

clase.materiales. La Cuota de materiales de $7<br />

se page al momento de registrarse. Límite de<br />

solo 18 estudiantes.<br />

SubEvent: Connie Vasquez Cuota: $60<br />

#30232A 4 Sábados<br />

12:00-2:00 p.m.<br />

Marzo 10-31<br />

DECORACION DE PASTELES – Interm.<br />

Si entiendes que estás listo para subir un escalón<br />

más en el aprendizaje de la decoración de pasteles<br />

te animo a perfeccionarte en el curso intermedio<br />

donde apprenderás a usar algunas tecnicas de<br />

decoración un poco más avanzadas,<br />

desde pasteles de cumpleaños<br />

animados hasta varios pisos. Nota:<br />

No olvides pedir tu lista de<br />

materiales al momento de<br />

registrarte y pagar tu La cuota de<br />

materiales de $7 se paga al<br />

momento de registrarse. Pre-requisito:<br />

Decoración de Pasteles Basico.<br />

SubEvent: Connie Vasquez Cuota: $60<br />

#30233A 4 Sábados<br />

12:00-2:00 p.m.<br />

Abril 14-Mayo 5<br />

CONSUMER EDUCATION<br />

& TEST TAKING SKILL CLASSES<br />

G.E.D. PREPARATION WORKSHOP<br />

(Para Estudientes de Espanol Tambien)<br />

This class is designed to prepare students for the<br />

five tests incorporated in the General Education<br />

Development (G.E.D.)<br />

examination. Each of the five<br />

subject areas (Reading, Math,<br />

Science, Social Studies and<br />

Writing) will be reviewed and<br />

presented. Emphasis will be on<br />

content and passing G.E.D. exam.<br />

SubEvent: Staff Fee: $75<br />

#42104A 5 Saturdays<br />

3:30-6:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24


INTRODUCTION TO DJ-ING<br />

Ever wanted to be a DJ? Discover a new way to<br />

experience music in this hands-on workshop that<br />

teaches you the basics to rule your own party.<br />

Learn the basics in mixing, beat matching, and<br />

proper use of CS decks<br />

and DJ computer<br />

software (record<br />

spinning may be<br />

covered), Participants<br />

are welcome to bring<br />

their favorite CDs;<br />

however tracks will be<br />

made available by the<br />

instructor. All Varieties<br />

of music and genres welcome! Nef Nuñez is a<br />

popular DJ in the LA club circuit and has been<br />

featured in NYC Miami & Boston. Ages 14+<br />

SubEvent: Nef Nuñez Fee: $75<br />

#75111A One Saturday<br />

12:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

March 3<br />

C-BEST PREPARATION<br />

(Basic Education Skills Test)<br />

Raise the level of your teaching skills and become<br />

eligible for a salaried position in both private and<br />

public school systems. C-BEST verification<br />

qualifies you to receive an emergency teaching<br />

credential. Work as a substitute teacher, or reenter<br />

the school system, it’s a lifetime license and a<br />

state requirement. Learn about the exam’s<br />

“personality,” including its tricks and pitfalls and<br />

pick up tips on the best strategies for passing the<br />

exam. Students should bring the following book<br />

to class: McGraw-Hills CBEST by McGraw-Hill<br />

Editor (Jan 18, 2011) C-Best now available for<br />

computer-based testing by appointment yearround,<br />

Monday-Saturday. Test dates: April 14.<br />

SubEvent: Antonio Cervantes Fee: $85<br />

#42101A 3 Wednesdays<br />

6:30-9:30 p.m.<br />

March 7 & 21<br />

LOOK WHO’S UNDER THE HOOD !!!<br />

-- WOMEN’S CAR CARE CLASS<br />

Women are involved in over 80% of all car related<br />

purchases yet many feel alienated or<br />

clueless when purchasing or<br />

repairing a vehicle. In this<br />

“hands-on” workshop<br />

students will quickly learn<br />

how to check fluids, check<br />

tires, understand vehicle<br />

brakes and other common car<br />

repairs. Discussion will focus on how to avoid<br />

the 4 most common repair “scams” used to<br />

defraud the motorist. Wear old clothes and solid<br />

shoes! Held off campus in North Hollywood.<br />

Bring water & hat.<br />

SubEvent: Karen Valenti Fee: $35<br />

#99431A Owner N. Hollywood Discount Auto Repair<br />

One Sunday<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

March 18<br />

#99431B One Sunday Fee: $35<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

April 15<br />

17<br />

GMAT – NEVER FAIL ANOTHER TEST!!!<br />

GMAT Prep classes will help students boost their<br />

GMAT test performances, reduce test-taking<br />

anxieties and increase school scores! This class<br />

is also great for those who have been out of<br />

school for a while or were never strong at math<br />

and need to brush-up. Topics: Arithmetic and<br />

Algebra problems, Word Problems & Math<br />

Shortcuts, Geometry Problems & Graphs/Chart<br />

questions practice test and review. Material fee of<br />

$10 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Dr. Arsen Abelian Fee: $50<br />

#42001A 5 Saturdays<br />

1:00-3:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

BICYCLE MAINTENANCE & REPAIR<br />

An introduction to basic bicycle<br />

maintenance and repair skills<br />

Learn how to maintain and repair your bicycle.<br />

Discover how to shop for a new or used bike and<br />

get the best deal on price and service. Bike<br />

handling and safety tips for kids will be presented.<br />

Among the topics to be presented: Brake<br />

adjustment, shifter adjustment, and fixing and<br />

preventing flats, plus chain repair and lubrication.<br />

All are welcome to fine-tune your bike for<br />

maximum performance. Class held off campus<br />

near L.A.C.C. campus. Bring your bike questions<br />

and register early before class fills up. All are<br />

welcome!<br />

SubEvent: James Bledsoe Fee: $40<br />

#43010A 2 Fridays (Beg.)<br />

6:30-8:30 p.m.<br />

March 2 & 9<br />

SAVE BIG BUCKS, START COUPONING!<br />

Beat the struggling economy<br />

The economy is showing no signs of getting better<br />

anytime soon, and the cost of living just rises higher<br />

and higher. Couponing is a great way for you to<br />

keep lots of money in your pocket. This class will<br />

show you how find coupons for many products in<br />

more than 20 different places, including many<br />

‘freebees’ Purchase organic items for 40% off.<br />

Understand coupon terminology and store policies.<br />

Get a $10 item for a $2 coupon. Use the stores<br />

that compete for your business to your advantage.<br />

Join us for this one day workshop and start saving<br />

today! Bring a pair of scissors. Material fee of $12<br />

payable at time of registration for workbook, and<br />

money saving coupons to get you started.<br />

SubEvent: Terri Holtzman Fee: $25<br />

#42111A One Sunday<br />

2:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

March 18<br />

INCOME TAX PREPARATION<br />

This course is designed for those who wish to learn<br />

how to prepare tax returns for individuals and small<br />

business using Turbo Tax software, the most<br />

popular commercial income tax software <strong>program</strong><br />

available. This course will concentrate on the<br />

mechanics of the interview format, easy step to<br />

produce Federal and State income tax returns. In<br />

addition general theory of taxation for individuals<br />

and small business will be covered. Material fee of<br />

$10 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Hagai Payes Fee: $85<br />

#20015A 4 Saturdays<br />

1:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 17


SWIMMNG<br />

Minimum age of 5 years for non-swimmers.<br />

Each group (kids or adults) is limited enrollment<br />

and designed for beginners only. Participants<br />

must wear rubber/plastic shower sandals and bring<br />

towel. Students should be wearing swimsuit .<br />

Saturday Group Program<br />

#96SA05A 5 Saturdays Fee: $55<br />

2:00-2:50 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

Sunday Group Program<br />

#96SU05A 5 Sundays Fee: $55<br />

2:00-2:50 p.m.<br />

February 26-March 25<br />

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS<br />

Individual swimming instruction for adults or kids -<br />

one student per instructor. Learn quickly and safely<br />

avoid the crowds; overcome your fear of water.<br />

Dates and times to be arranged – Weekday<br />

evenings and Weekends. Ages 5 +. Our Pool<br />

staff requires a strict schedule of lessons,<br />

missed meetings cannot be re-scheduled!<br />

SubEvent: Pool Staff* Fee: $135<br />

#95040A 5 lessons of one hour<br />

Continuous enrollment<br />

LAP SWIMMING<br />

This section is for those who already know how to<br />

swim. New students must demonstrate to the pool<br />

manager their swimming ability and be evaluated<br />

prior to enrollment. Continuous enrollment!<br />

SubEvent: Pool Staff Fee: $55<br />

#95050A Mon./Thurs./Fri. (Monthly)<br />

6:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

COOKING/FOODS<br />

CAKE DECORATING 1<br />

A basic step-by-step instruction to fundamental<br />

cake decorating. This class will show you skills in<br />

color mixing, borders, tool description, basic rose,<br />

simple floral arrangement and figure piping. A good<br />

course for the career oriented or hobbyist. Material<br />

fee of $30 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Grace Wong, Fee: $75<br />

#45020A Swiss Trained Pastry Chef<br />

4 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

1:00-3:30 p.m.<br />

March 4-25<br />

CAKE DECORATING 2<br />

This class will have students learning more detailed<br />

complex decorating, fancy colorful touch-ups just<br />

like customized bakery cake orders plus time<br />

saving measurements with a direction to overall &<br />

professional presentation. Bring your cake<br />

decorating tools from cake level l & ll. Students<br />

must be on time - No class make-up. Material fee<br />

of $30 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Youlen Chan Fee: $65<br />

#45021A Phoenix Bakery Pastry Chef<br />

4 Mondays<br />

6:00-8:00 p.m.<br />

April 16-May 7<br />

18<br />

FRUIT & VEGETABLE CARVING<br />

Let’s learn the fascinating art of Vegetable<br />

& Fruit Carving. Anyone can<br />

learn this delicate beautiful<br />

art form with just a little bit of<br />

practice. Learn decorative<br />

carving techniques; create<br />

dazzling centerpieces &<br />

elegant garnishes for<br />

Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, Birthdays &<br />

special occasions. Bring 2 bowls, cutting board,<br />

non-serrated knife and hand towel. No supplies<br />

available in class. Material fee of $5 payable at<br />

time of registration. Limit only 12 students.<br />

SubEvent: Staff Fee: $45<br />

#45045A One Saturday<br />

9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.<br />

April 14<br />

VEGAN COOKING<br />

Come join Chef Jessie Sanchez to enhance your<br />

understanding of a plant-based diet, which contains<br />

high amounts of protein, vitamins, minerals, and<br />

complex carbohydrates. Students will learn how to<br />

replace meat products and Jesse will show you<br />

how to maintain vitamins and nutrients in<br />

vegetables and legumes. This is a demonstration<br />

class and does not include hands-on participation,<br />

although students will sample the food prepared in<br />

class. Chef Jesse Sanchez is Executive Sous Chef<br />

and instructor at L.A. Mission <strong>College</strong>. He has 25<br />

years of experience and has earned over 20<br />

medals (Silver Medal 2008 California Olive Oil &<br />

Silver Medal 2007 Cheese Council). Material fee<br />

of $12 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Chef Jesse Sanchez Fee: $40<br />

#45666A One Saturday<br />

10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.<br />

March 10<br />

RAW/SUPERFOODS<br />

This session will cover a plant-based diet focusing<br />

on dehydration & sprouting. Mise en Place (getting<br />

all necessary items ready for cooking to simplify<br />

complex recipes) cooking will be paired with basic<br />

sauce and dressing preparation to enrich the foods<br />

being prepared. Join Jesse and learn how to<br />

enhance your meals with alternative choices to<br />

inspire family and friends. Material fee of $12<br />

payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Chef Jesse Sanchez Fee: $40<br />

#45667A One Saturday<br />

10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.<br />

March 24<br />

MEDITERRANEAN AUTHENTIC<br />

APPETIZERS<br />

In this class you will learn how to make healthy,<br />

simple and flavorful appetizers – Babaganoush<br />

(barbecued eggplant dip) and hommus (garbanzo<br />

bean dip) that does twice it’s job, working as<br />

appetizers with toasted pocket bread or used with<br />

sliced vegetables as a delicious dip. Beet/walnut<br />

salad with its rich and creamy taste is a long time<br />

favorite. These inspirational appetizers satisfy the<br />

first time cooks or culinary experts. Please bring<br />

three small food containers. Material fee of $7<br />

payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Katrine Arutyunyan Fee: $40<br />

#45999A One Saturday<br />

10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.<br />

March 31


DIPPED & MOLDED CHOCOLATES<br />

Chocolates shaped like stars, seashells, witches,<br />

and Santa Claus are great for parties and gifts –<br />

and easy to make! Chocolate dipped strawberries &<br />

pretzels, are fast and fun treats. Make these for the<br />

holidays and all your special occasions. We will<br />

also discuss where to purchase supplies and tips<br />

on packaging and transporting your chocolates.<br />

Material fee of $15<br />

payable at time of<br />

registration includes<br />

2 molds, sample<br />

chocolates, and<br />

instruction booklet.<br />

Class is suitable for<br />

adults and teens; an<br />

adult helper must<br />

accompany children under 12. Please be on time<br />

there will be no class make-up. Limit 15<br />

students.<br />

SubEvent: Jeanette Bovard Fee: $30<br />

#45025A One Friday<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

March 16<br />

AUTHENTIC TAMALE MAKING<br />

Authentic tamales, prepared and served in<br />

cornhusks make an exciting presentation for all<br />

occasions.<br />

Traditionally in<br />

Latin culture,<br />

Tamales are<br />

hand made and<br />

freshly served<br />

on Christmas<br />

day. Learn how<br />

to fold and<br />

steam great tasting tamales and obtain delicious<br />

tamale recipes. Come join us in this exciting<br />

traditional tamale making class and impress family<br />

and guests in time for this holiday season. Please<br />

bring one large food container, 4 medium-sized<br />

bowls, Hand Towel, and 3 table spoons.<br />

Material fee of $15 payable at time of<br />

registration.<br />

SubEvent: Maria Luz Carrillo Fee: $35<br />

#45114A One Saturday<br />

1:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

March 10<br />

SUSHI MAKING<br />

Delicious and nutritious<br />

sushi is deceptively easy<br />

to create in any kitchen.<br />

Learn how to select tasty<br />

ingredients, roll and<br />

garnish sushi. Please<br />

bring 2 bowls (soup size<br />

bowls), hand towel,<br />

cutting knife (nonserrated),<br />

and a small<br />

cutting board. Material<br />

fee of $20 payable at<br />

time of registration -<br />

covers all Sushi & materials.<br />

SubEvent: Kenji Ishida Fee: $35<br />

#45040A One Tuesday<br />

7:00-10:00 p.m.<br />

February 28<br />

#45040B One Tuesday Fee: $35<br />

7:00-10:00 p.m.<br />

March 27<br />

19<br />

MUSIC & VOICE<br />

SINGER’S WORKSHOP<br />

Beginner’s, late starters and advanced singers –<br />

ALL are welcome to join professional vocal expert<br />

Mel Dangcil in this warm informative Singer’s<br />

Workshop. Learn breathing techniques & valuable<br />

performing skills for ALL levels. Mel will also help<br />

you develop a stage presence and rapport with<br />

your audience. Students are welcome to bring their<br />

own sheet music. Professional music entertainer<br />

Mel Dangcil performs regularly throughout<br />

Southern California as a musical director. Ages<br />

15+ Musician’s fee of $10 payable at time of<br />

registration.<br />

SubEvent: Mel Dangcil Fee: $100<br />

#75011A 5 Sundays<br />

1:30-3:30 p.m.<br />

February 26-March 25<br />

LEARNING TO READ MUSIC<br />

Have you always wanted to be able to decipher<br />

all those dots and symbols? This workshop is<br />

designed to help you read the universal language<br />

of printed music and translate musical notations to<br />

the instrument of your choice. Topics covered:<br />

notes, time-values, sharps, key and key signatures,<br />

scales, basic and applied harmony and ear training.<br />

All are welcome to join!<br />

SubEvent: Luiza Muradyan Fee: $55<br />

#75001A 5 Sundays<br />

11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.<br />

February 26-March 25<br />

YOU’VE WRITTEN A SONG, NOW WHAT?<br />

Get your songs heard! Discover the secrets of<br />

the songwriting business; learn how to make<br />

money thru your talent and how to avoid classic<br />

scams and rip-offs common in the industry. This<br />

revealing seminar teaches songwriters, musicians,<br />

and anyone interested in music, effective ways to<br />

establish a career in the world of professional<br />

songwriting. Your have some great songs, get<br />

the money rolling in your direction. Learn about<br />

collaboration; making demos, copyright and<br />

publishing rights contracts.<br />

SubEvent: Aaron Meza Fee: $35<br />

#75021A One Saturday<br />

11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.<br />

March 10<br />

UKULELE THE EASY WAY<br />

Learn to play the instrument that’s sure to brighten<br />

up anyone’s day! Let Art show you the basics of<br />

this ever-popular, easy-tolearn<br />

instrument. From<br />

tuning to easy chords—<br />

even buying the right<br />

ukulele—you’ll be on your<br />

way learning the songs<br />

you love and the people<br />

enjoy. Don’t own a<br />

ukulele? Don’t worry! Art will provide ukuleles in<br />

the class for students to use and learn. No<br />

musical experience needed, so sign up today<br />

because enrollment is limited.<br />

SubEvent: Art Nagata Fee: $65<br />

#75999A 5 Sundays<br />

1:00-3:00 p.m.<br />

February 26-March 25


HEALTHY HARMONICA<br />

Breathing is our foundation when playing the<br />

harmonica. We will take the simplest of pop, folk<br />

and blues melodies and invigorate then with simple,<br />

but powerful techniques to make any song deeply<br />

expressive. No previous ability to read or play<br />

music-only a desire to have fun and feel more<br />

alive! Material fee of $12 payable at time of<br />

registration. You will need a 10 hole “C” major<br />

diatonic harmonica. You may also purchase<br />

Harmonica on day of class for $11 at Community<br />

Service office Administration Bldg. Room 112.<br />

SubEvent: David Broida Fee: $40<br />

#75032A One Saturday<br />

10:00-11:30 a.m.<br />

March 3<br />

MUSICAL KEYBOARDING FOR ADULTS<br />

Beginning piano students will learn how to read<br />

basic music notes along with proper finger and<br />

hand coordination. Both classical and popular piano<br />

repertoire will be introduced. Individual instruction is<br />

emphasized according to each student’s level of<br />

experience. Intermediate requires basic knowledge<br />

of music note reading. Students in the intermediate<br />

class will choose music comparable to their level.<br />

Ages 15+ Limit 12 students. Please bring your<br />

keyboard to class.<br />

SubEvent: Luiza Muradyan Fee: $55<br />

#75051A 5 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

10:00-11:00 a.m.<br />

February 26-March 25<br />

#75051B 5 Thursdays (Beg/Interm.) Fee: $55<br />

7:00-8:00 p.m.<br />

March 1-29<br />

DRUMS FOR ADULTS & TEENS<br />

Playing the drums is a great way to have fun and to<br />

relieve stress even form a band. Learn to play<br />

Rock, Pop, Funk, and Blues, accomplish these<br />

beats even by the first<br />

class! Learn to read and<br />

write drum notations, gain<br />

effective practice<br />

techniques. Bring your<br />

favorite music CD’s to<br />

class; analyze and learn<br />

the drum beats of your<br />

favorite songs. Material<br />

fee of $10 payable at time of registration.<br />

Ages12+. Off-campus near L.A.C.C.<br />

SubEvent: Andrew G. Brown Fee: $65<br />

#75041A 5 Saturdays (Beg.)<br />

3:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

GUITAR MADE EASY<br />

The guitar is easy and fun to learn and<br />

this class is designed to help you get<br />

started. You will learn about the<br />

guitar itself, tuning and minor<br />

maintenance and how to play singlenote<br />

melodies and chords. Bring an<br />

acoustic guitar & book: Title of<br />

book is Guitar Method 1, 2 nd edition by Will Schmidt<br />

and Greg Koch, ISBN 0-7935-3392 available at<br />

Guitar Center.<br />

SubEvent: Daniel Calderon Fee: $70<br />

#75061A 5 Saturdays<br />

1:00-3:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

20<br />

BLUES HARMONICA<br />

JOIN THE BLUES HARMONICA JAM SESSION<br />

Learn how to quickly and easily play the harmonica.<br />

“Jam” with other musicians, make the harmonica<br />

cry, wail, and laugh. Among the techniques<br />

presented will be: handling<br />

the instrument, breathe<br />

control, maximizing volume<br />

and how to recall different<br />

notes. No musical<br />

experience is necessary!!!<br />

Material fee of $14 payable at time of<br />

registration. For students that don’t have a<br />

harmonica you may purchase one on day of class<br />

for $11 at Community Service office Administration<br />

Bldg. Room 112. Harmonica that will be used in<br />

class will be a 10 hole diatonic in the key of C.<br />

SubEvent: David Broida Fee: $45<br />

#75031A One Saturday<br />

12:00-2:00 p.m.<br />

March 3<br />

DANCE CLASSES<br />

FLAMENCO DANCE<br />

Express your inner Gypsy with this ancient/exciting<br />

beautiful dance from Spain. Learn all flamenco<br />

dance techniques, including rhythms/hand claps<br />

and body percussion,<br />

footwork, beautiful arm turns<br />

and more! Learn an entire<br />

short flamenco dance from<br />

beginning to end. Bring hard<br />

heeled shoes with strap<br />

(dance shoes) or boots with<br />

a heel to class. Musician’s<br />

fee of $15 payable at time<br />

of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Katerina Tomas Fee: $60<br />

#55705A 5 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

1:30-3:00 p.m.<br />

February 26-March 25<br />

#55705B 5 Sundays (Int.) Fee: $60<br />

3:00-4:30 p.m.<br />

February 26-March 25<br />

BALLROOM DANCING<br />

Bring romance into your life - Ballroom dancing is<br />

fun for all ages. Learn the latest styles of Ballroom<br />

and Latin dancing, plus meet<br />

new friends. Have lots of fun<br />

learning such dances as the<br />

fox trot, waltz, tango, swing<br />

jive, cha-cha, we’ll even add<br />

disco! Your feet will feel and<br />

look more intelligent and you’ll<br />

be glad you came. You’ll<br />

never have to refuse being<br />

asked to dance again and you’ll say “yes” with a<br />

smile. Singles and or couples welcome. No<br />

street shoes, tennis shoes only.<br />

SubEvent: Joseph Flynn Fee: $55<br />

#55101A 5 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

10:30 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

February 26-March 25<br />

#55101B 5 Sundays (Interm.) Fee: $55<br />

12:00-1:30 p.m.<br />

February 26-March 25


BELLY DANCE WITH MESMERA<br />

Learn how to tone and strengthen your body with<br />

speed & low speed Bellydance moves as you<br />

manage and control core muscle groups for shape<br />

and contour. MESMERA offers a wide variety of<br />

techniques for fun, and healthy workout with a solid<br />

foundation for all styles of Bellydance fusion.<br />

Bellydance clothing is optional and ALL ARE<br />

WELCOME !!! Belly Dance Instructor Mesmera is<br />

internationally acclaimed and gives you the<br />

direction and confidence to enjoy and benefit from<br />

this beautiful ancient dance art.<br />

SubEvent: MESMERA (Laurie Rose) Fee: $55<br />

#55201A 5 Saturdays<br />

11:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

DISCO DANCE WORKOUT<br />

Come dance, workout and get in shape to the tunes<br />

of disco music from the 70’s! Wear workout<br />

clothes, leg warmers, and sweatbands! No dance<br />

experience required – just get ready to sweat and<br />

have fun doing dance moves for one hour.<br />

SubEvent: Dolly Giner Fee: $50<br />

#55669A 5 Saturdays<br />

3:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

SALSA DANCE<br />

Learn the basics that will make you a “Salsero or<br />

Sasera”. Merengue and Salsa steps and patterns<br />

that you can use in the clubs! Learn the technique<br />

that will make you look good on the floor. If time<br />

permits “solo shines” will be introduced for Salsa.<br />

You do not have to bring a partner to join this class.<br />

No street shoes allowed; tennis shoes only.<br />

SubEvent: Linda Lees Fee: $55<br />

#55701A 5 Saturdays (Beg.)<br />

4:30-6:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

#55701B 5 Saturdays (Interm.) Fee: $55<br />

6:00-7:30 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

HIP-HOP DANCE<br />

Learn how to do basic dance moves in this fun and<br />

happening class. Prepare to do high intensity<br />

warm-ups followed by club dance techniques and<br />

choreography. This popular dance class fills up fast<br />

so register early! ALL are welcome to join. Tennis<br />

shoes only.<br />

SubEvent: Dolly Giner Fee: $50<br />

#55665A 5 Sundays<br />

12:30-1:30 p.m.<br />

February 26-March 25<br />

Choose any of of our classes for your<br />

company your company or office or office needs. needs. Avoid<br />

traffic/parking Avoid traffic/parking hassles, hassles, we will<br />

send we will the send instructor the instructor to your to<br />

business your business or office or office – call – our call office<br />

for our details: office for details:<br />

(323) 953-4000 ext. 2652.<br />

21<br />

HAWAIIAN DANCE<br />

Students will be introduced to the various<br />

dances and culture of the Pacific isles<br />

with emphasis on the basics in Hawaiian<br />

hula (dance). Students will interpret<br />

songs and perform dances from<br />

Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoan, New<br />

Zealand, and Tonga. Join the fun -<br />

Open to all!<br />

SubEvent: Okima Kapaku, DMA Fee: $45<br />

#55501A 5 Sundays<br />

6:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

February 26-March 25<br />

DRAMA<br />

DIALECT TRAINING FOR ACTORS<br />

All actors are looking to expand their range.<br />

Nothing does that better than learning a new<br />

accent. Learn several of the<br />

following: French, British,<br />

German, Southern, New<br />

York, Russian, Irish,<br />

Scottish, Japanese,<br />

Arabic. Instruction drills,<br />

and improvisations will help you<br />

develop a seemingly magical array of dialects.<br />

Each semester the accents vary, depending on the<br />

background of the students enrolled. Materials<br />

include a Speak with an Accent CD and printouts.<br />

Of course, non- actors also welcome. Material fee<br />

of $20 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Ivan Borodin Fee: $60<br />

#60015A 5 Saturdays<br />

12:30-2:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

REGISTER EARLY<br />

BEFORE CLASSES<br />

FILL UP!!!<br />

YOUR WORLD PREMIERE AT THE<br />

COMEDY STORE STAND-UP WORKSHOP<br />

Learn to tap into your own creative genius and rock<br />

the audience with humor. Find out what’s “hot”<br />

in the industry, Adam Barnhardt will guide<br />

you through joke writing, creating<br />

characters, improving skills, stage<br />

persona and connecting with any<br />

audience. At the end of the course you<br />

will have an opportunity to perform your own<br />

comedic stand-up piece as part of the ‘Comedy<br />

Revival Showcase’ at Hollywood’s famous<br />

Comedy Store. Stop procrastinating - don’t put off<br />

all that hidden entertainment talent inside of you<br />

any longer!! This popular class fills up quickly<br />

so register early to guarantee your spot in the<br />

class. Class Held off-campus.<br />

SubEvent: Adam Barnhardt Fee: $60<br />

#60002A 5 Tuesdays<br />

7:00-8:30 p.m.<br />

February 28-March 27


ACTING TECHNIQUE-BEGINNING<br />

Have you wondered how great actors never “fake”<br />

but really seem to “live” the parts they play<br />

in the movies, stage or TV? This<br />

fun intensive class will give you<br />

the basic tools to start doing<br />

what they do, Developing<br />

listening, and observational skills<br />

and exploring your inner self, you will<br />

learn how to bring any script to life.<br />

Material fee of $10 payable at time of<br />

registration.<br />

SubEvent: Donna Walker Fee: $95<br />

#60021A 4 Tuesdays<br />

7:00-9:30 p.m.<br />

February 28-March 20<br />

A CAREER IN VOICE OVERS<br />

Voice over actors are those unseen individuals who<br />

create personality in animated characters ala the<br />

Simpson’s, Nickelodeon, Family Guy, T.V.<br />

commercials and radio ads. Learn how to<br />

establish a practice routine at home, get<br />

tips on studio etiquette/lingo, what makes<br />

a good demo reel, when to seek out an<br />

agent or join a union and how to market<br />

yourself. Don’t hide your talent, share it<br />

with the world! Discover the many possibilities of<br />

using your voice to make money. Aaron Meza is a<br />

voice over actor whose voice is heard on numerous<br />

commercials, including Taco Bell, Lexus, J.C.<br />

Penny, ABC, Subway, Mercury and Fed Ex.<br />

SubEvent: Aaron Meza Fee: $35<br />

#60012A One Saturday<br />

9:00-11:00 a.m.<br />

March 10<br />

EXERCISE &<br />

RELAXATION<br />

HORSEBACK RIDING<br />

Introduction to Horseback riding: Learn grooming,<br />

tacking, mounting, dismounting, horse psychology,<br />

saddling, bridling, riding etiquette, equipment and<br />

basic balance at the various gates. Our<br />

instructors have taught hundreds of<br />

beginners to take that first trot! Class is<br />

held off campus at The <strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong><br />

Equestrian Center. 16 years+.<br />

Limited to only 6 students per<br />

section. Riders must weight less<br />

than 195 pounds. No enrollment cancellations will<br />

be allowed. First meeting is a mandatory<br />

orientation. Must have TES approved riding boots –<br />

all attire to be approved by TES. Students are<br />

required to attend the Traditional Equitation School<br />

tack class prior to 1st ride at TES – Wednesdays 7-<br />

9 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays 1-3 p.m.<br />

Students can only enroll once; cannot repeat<br />

enrollment.<br />

SubEvent: Andrea Call Fee: $175<br />

#99651A 5 Fridays<br />

6:30-8:00 p.m.<br />

March 2-30<br />

22<br />

TAI CHI CHUAN<br />

An ancient Chinese discipline for health, relaxation,<br />

meditation and self-defense.<br />

Its circular movements are<br />

based on a profound,<br />

practical philosophy useful in<br />

daily life. It creates a sense<br />

of well-being , reduces stress<br />

and improves balance,<br />

coordination and flexibility.<br />

Wear comfortable clothes; flat<br />

shoes.<br />

SubEvent: Marvin Smalheiser Fee: $55<br />

#67300A 5 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

2:00-3:30 p.m.<br />

February 26-March 25<br />

TENNIS PROGRAM<br />

Learn the proper grips, forehand, backhand,<br />

serving, game rules & court etiquette.<br />

Intermediate: knowledge of basic<br />

strokes/rules with focus on improving<br />

ground strokes and your serve.<br />

Advanced by permission of instructor.<br />

Bring to class: 1 new can of tennis<br />

balls and a tennis racquet. Held<br />

off campus in Griffith Park.<br />

Limited to 8 students.<br />

SubEvent: Youlen Chan Fee: $65<br />

#99680A 5 Saturdays (Beg.)<br />

4:00-5:00 p.m. Teens to adult O.K.<br />

February 25-March 24 (Limit 10)<br />

#99680B 5 Saturdays (Beg.) Fee: $65<br />

5:00-6:00 p.m. Teens to adult O.K.<br />

February 25-March 24 (Limit 10)<br />

#99680C Daphne Chinn Fee: $65<br />

5 Thursdays (Beg.)<br />

5:00-6:00 p.m.<br />

March 8-April 5<br />

#99680D 5 Thursdays (Interm.) Fee: $65<br />

6:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

March 8-April 5<br />

#99680E 5 Fridays (Int.) Fee: $65<br />

5:00-6:00 p.m.<br />

March 9-April 6<br />

#99680F 5 Fridays (Adv.) Fee: $65<br />

6:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

March 9-April 6<br />

ICE SKATING FOR TEENS AND ADULTS<br />

An introduction to the coolest sport - ice-skating.<br />

Learn how to skate, turn and maintain your balance<br />

on the ice. All equipment provided by instructor.<br />

Limited to 10 students.<br />

Students enrolled in this<br />

class may skate the public<br />

session on the day of their<br />

class for FREE. Public<br />

session is from 2:00-4:00<br />

p.m. The free public session<br />

expires when lessons are<br />

completed. Held off-campus.<br />

SubEvent: Denise Moore Fee: $95<br />

#99652A 5 Saturdays<br />

12:15-12:45 p.m.<br />

February 18-March 17


JUDO<br />

This is an introductory (beginner’s) course mixed<br />

with intermediate students. Basic judo skills include<br />

throwing, groundwork (grappling), strangulation<br />

escapes and arm locks. Women and men<br />

participate in a co-educational<br />

setting with emphasis on learning<br />

judo for self-defense, tournament<br />

competition, & physical fitness. This<br />

course is recreational in nature<br />

and students can be any age from<br />

teenagers to senior citizens.<br />

Wear sweat pants & shirt or judo uniform to class.<br />

SubEvent: Ron Newsome Fee: $65<br />

#67100A 5 Saturdays (Beg.)<br />

11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

QUICK & DIRTY SELF DEFENSE<br />

Never be afraid again! Protect yourself<br />

and your family !!<br />

Learn how to defend yourself against an attacker<br />

on an airplane, in the streets,<br />

how to turn your fear into<br />

anger – switch yourself into<br />

attack mode! Learn how to<br />

subdue an attacker in 6<br />

seconds. Learn effective<br />

techniques that are easy to do and<br />

apply; learn why size is not a factor. Open to all !!<br />

SubEvent: Jojo Aguilar Fee: $60<br />

#67010A 3 Saturdays<br />

5:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 10<br />

PILATES MAT CLASS<br />

Ever wish for a class that really strengthens your<br />

stomach, your back & streamlines your body. Well,<br />

you just found it! This class focuses on your ”core” -<br />

center of your body. Feel stronger and see a<br />

change in your body in 5 lessons. Bring a workout<br />

mat and towel to class and be prepared to be<br />

very excited with this innovative exercise form.<br />

SubEvent: Sandy Fetherolf Fee: $50<br />

#66012A 5 Fridays<br />

7:00-8:00 p.m.<br />

February 24-March 23<br />

YOGA/STRETCH<br />

Release all of the tension in your body and mind.<br />

Increase your flexibility, decrease your stress and<br />

watch your body respond as it slims and trims<br />

down. Give yourself an hour vacation once a week.<br />

You deserve it. Get refreshed & rejuvenated!<br />

Bring workout mat. All are welcome!<br />

SubEvent: Ann Monahan Fee: $50<br />

#66022A 5 Saturdays<br />

10:00-11:00 a.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

ABS/LEG/HIP WORKOUT<br />

<strong>Los</strong>e them holiday pounds!<br />

Whittle that waist, firm those inner and outer thighs<br />

and flatten that stomach. This class really does<br />

work AND will concentrate on the lower body.<br />

Reshape and restructure! It’s never too late! Bring<br />

exercise mat to class.<br />

SubEvent: Sandy Fetberolf Fee: $50<br />

#65011A 5 Fridays<br />

6:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

February 24-March 23<br />

23<br />

GOLF<br />

Learn the fundamentals of golf by<br />

working with a professional Golf<br />

instructor. Emphasis will be placed<br />

on developing the proper grip, stance<br />

and swing. Shopping wisely for golf<br />

clubs and accessories will be reviewed<br />

at the first class. All golf<br />

equipment is provided by<br />

instructor. Open to All!<br />

SubEvent: Frank Dessel, Golf Pro Fee: $100<br />

#65051A 5 Saturdays (Beg)<br />

8:00-9:30 a.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

ZUMBA FITNESS<br />

Zumba Fitness is a Latin-inspired, dance-fitness<br />

class that incorporates Latin & international music<br />

with dance movements creating a dynamic and<br />

exciting/effective fitness system! Zumba integrates<br />

some of the basic principals of aerobic, intermittent<br />

& resistance training to maximize calorie output,<br />

cardiovascular benefits and total body toning. You<br />

will feel healthier, and see the results. The<br />

cardio-based dance movements will be easy steps<br />

to learn. Dancers & non-dancers alike immediately<br />

master a Zumba class because they do not have to<br />

know how to dance to succeed at Zumba. Zumba<br />

creates a party like atmosphere that provides a<br />

non-intimidating opportunity for non-dancers, new<br />

exercisers and those who have hesitated to<br />

participate in a group class. Bring water, small<br />

towel, tennis shoes, workout clothes. Marisa is<br />

certified by The Aerobics/Fitness Association of<br />

America and is a licensed Zumba® Fitness<br />

Instructor, Marisa is also CPR/AED certified.<br />

SubEvent: Marisa Schor Fee: $50<br />

#66033A 5 Saturdays<br />

1:00-2:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

LANGUAGE CLASSES<br />

SIGN LANGUAGE FOR EVERYONE!!!<br />

Do you want to make a difference in your child’s<br />

life, teenagers’ or even expand your own personal<br />

horizons? Come and join us to learn the beauty of<br />

American Sign Language in a very fun,<br />

safe, and enjoyable environment at<br />

<strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong> <strong>City</strong> <strong>College</strong>. Students<br />

will learn basic finger spelling,<br />

alphabet, numbers, and colors. The<br />

lessons gathered in this class will<br />

assist students in creating a solid<br />

foundation from the perspective of a<br />

deaf person as well a hearing person - the best of<br />

both worlds. All are welcome, No experience<br />

needed. Intermediate Sign Language is a<br />

continuation with even more vocabulary finger<br />

spelling sentences. Material fee of $10 payable<br />

at time of registration. No class April 7.<br />

SubEvent: Deenie-Marie Carney Fee: $75<br />

#70011A 5 Saturdays (Beg.)<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

#70011B 4 Saturdays (Interm.) Fee: $65<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

March 31-April 28


SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS<br />

Open to everyone wanting to learn the basic<br />

fundamentals of speaking Spanish. This class is<br />

also a good starting point for those in social work,<br />

healthcare, teaching and everyday life. Emphasis<br />

will be placed on grammar, pronunciation, open<br />

dialogue and conversational exercises. Students<br />

should have access to email so that they can<br />

access class materials online. No class April 5.<br />

Subevent Antonio Cervantes Fee: $85<br />

#70051A 5 Saturdays (Beg.)<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

#70051B 5 Thursdays (Beg.) Fee: $85<br />

6:30-9:00 p.m.<br />

March 15-April 19<br />

SPANISH INTERMEDIATE<br />

This class is a continuation of beginning Spanish<br />

for everyone, with emphasis on more advanced<br />

grammar/conversational techniques for the working<br />

professional person who travels or just for fun &<br />

enjoyment. Students should have access to<br />

email so they can access class materials online.<br />

SubEvent: Antonio Cervantes Fee: $85<br />

#70052A 5 Saturdays<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.<br />

April 14-May 12<br />

INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH<br />

PRONUNCIATION<br />

This class will introduce you to the fine details of<br />

the French pronunciation and culture for more<br />

advanced conversations. Students will compile<br />

their favorite French words, sentences and<br />

questions related to their profession and life<br />

passions. Knowledge of the French language is<br />

not required. Material fee of $24 payable at time<br />

of registration is for cost of book and 3 cd’s and<br />

handouts. Book title is: PRONOUNCE IT<br />

PERFECTLY IN FRENCH by Christopher Kendris<br />

& Theodore Kendris 2 nd edition - ISBN-10-07641-<br />

7773-7. $5 only if you have already purchased<br />

the audio cd and book set. Open to all! There<br />

will be a French intermediate continuation<br />

language class in Spring.<br />

SubEvent: Lesly Lespinasse Fee: $75<br />

#70020A 5 Saturdays<br />

11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

ITALIAN FOR TRAVEL OR BUSINESS<br />

Master the fundamentals of Italian as<br />

you learn useful phrases and<br />

idioms, correct pronunciation and<br />

practical vocabulary. Combined<br />

with an introduction of Italian<br />

civilization, this class will help you<br />

carry on a simple conversation on<br />

every-day topics, current events<br />

and cultural values. Material fee of<br />

$10 payable at time of registration. Open to all !<br />

SubEvent: Romualdo Scherillo Fee: $75<br />

#70031A 5 Sundays<br />

9:00-11:00 a.m.<br />

February 26-March 25<br />

24<br />

CHINESE/MANDARIN FOR EVERYONE<br />

Learn to speak Chinese Mandarin – open more<br />

doors of opportunity at your work,<br />

business, life and career, travel and<br />

everyday life. Focus will be on spoken<br />

Chinese thru Pinyin system – a quicker<br />

and easier approach to grasp the<br />

language in a short period of time. Students will<br />

learn Mandarin through practical and interesting<br />

conversations. Material fee of $20 payable at<br />

time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Janie Chien, B.A. Fee: $75<br />

#70025A 5 Fridays<br />

6:00-8:00 p.m.<br />

February 24-March 23<br />

CHINESE/MANDARIN - INTERMEDIATE<br />

Continue to learn Chinese Mandarin<br />

communication skills after Chinese Mandarin 1 to<br />

develop the skills in expressing Chinese Mandarin<br />

for today’s usage at your workplace, business<br />

travel and everyday life. Material fee of $25<br />

payable at time of registration. Upon completion<br />

of both beginning and intermediate Chinese<br />

Mandarin classes students may purchase a<br />

<strong>certificate</strong> of completion for both classes with at<br />

least a 90% attendance. Register early before<br />

class fills up! No class April 7.<br />

SubEvent: Janie Chien, B.A. Fee: $75<br />

#70026A 5 Fridays<br />

6:00-8:00 p.m.<br />

April 13-May 11<br />

E.S.L. INTENSIVE I<br />

This class is designed to teach English<br />

communication competence through basic English<br />

language skills, such as reading, listening and<br />

speaking. The class will also cover the basic<br />

grammar points so that the students will be<br />

encouraged to use correct English. Students<br />

should have access to email so that they can<br />

access class materials online. All are welcome<br />

to join!<br />

SubEvent: Antonio Cervantes Fee: $95<br />

#72010A 5 Saturdays<br />

1:00-3:30 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

E.S.L. INTENSIVE II<br />

Intensive review of E.S.L. language fundamentals<br />

with emphasis on pronunciation, conversation<br />

skills, accent reduction, vocabulary development<br />

and grammar review. Students should have<br />

access to email so that they can access class<br />

materials online.<br />

SubEvent: Antonio Cervantes Fee: $95<br />

#72020A 5 Saturdays<br />

1:00-3:30 p.m.<br />

April 14-May 12<br />

Register by phone!<br />

(323) 953-4000 x2651


ACCENT REDUCTION<br />

An intensive seminar specifically designed to assist<br />

the foreign born resident to improve English<br />

language clarity through easy accent reduction<br />

techniques. Develop the rhythm and proper speech<br />

sounds that will assist your career and in winning<br />

new friends. Material fee of $30 payable at time<br />

of registration for booklets. Bring a tape<br />

recorder and a mirror.<br />

SubEvent: Mike Golden Fee: $80<br />

#70001A 5 Fridays<br />

6:30-8:30 p.m.<br />

February 24-March 23<br />

LEARN FEAR FREE SPEAKING<br />

This 5-week course is designed to keep you public<br />

speaking stress free. You will practice proven ways<br />

to overcome the fear of public speaking, model<br />

strategies used by extraordinary speakers of the<br />

past and present assisting, you to put together<br />

different types of speeches. This class is designed<br />

for the inexperienced person whom wishes to<br />

overcome anxiety in the art of public speaking. All<br />

students will receive an evaluation and coaching to<br />

perfect their public speaking skills. Week one:<br />

Overcoming the fear of speaking where students<br />

will share speaking experiences individually and in<br />

group discussion. Examples of top speeches will<br />

be played in the class and analyzed. Week two:<br />

Tell us about yourself in a one to two minute<br />

speech. Recall empowerment moments that have<br />

helped you. Week three: Prepare 2 brief speeches<br />

hobby or job related. Week four & five:<br />

Demonstrative “how to” type speech and summing<br />

up of all speech classroom activities.<br />

SubEvent: Michael Golden Fee: $70<br />

#70004A 5 Thursdays<br />

6:30-8:00 p.m.<br />

March 1-29<br />

ARTS & CRAFTS<br />

BASIC SILKSCREEN PRINTING<br />

Create and print your own cool T-shirts,<br />

posters, note cards or start a<br />

business while learning the fine<br />

art of Screen Printing. You<br />

will participate in every<br />

phrase of the process and<br />

get plenty of hands-on<br />

printing experience. Class<br />

will culminate with each<br />

student producing a onecolor<br />

print of his/her own<br />

design. Material fee of $45 payable at first meeting<br />

- covers all necessary supplies. An optional<br />

materials & vendors list with plans to build your own<br />

low cost printing equipment will be provided so you<br />

can continue printing on your own. Limit 15<br />

students. Class held off campus. All are<br />

welcome!<br />

SubEvent: Craig Moore Fee: $115<br />

#50021A 4 Saturdays<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

March 3-24<br />

#50021B 4 Mondays Fee: $115<br />

6:30-9:30 p.m.<br />

March 5-26<br />

25<br />

IKEBANA: JAPANESE ART OF FLOWER<br />

ARRANGEMENT<br />

Elegance, grace and style are three characteristics<br />

of the art of Ikebana. In this beginning workshop<br />

you will learn the manipulation and the observation<br />

of materials, as they are best used to gain the<br />

objectives expressed in the Oriental view of flower<br />

arranging following the curriculum of the OHARA<br />

Japanese Art of Flower Arranging. Material fee of<br />

$25 payable at time of registration. Bring florist<br />

scissors, low-bowl vase/flower needle holder.<br />

Register early for this very popular class!<br />

SubEvent: Hisako Shohara Fee: $65<br />

#50089A 5 Saturdays<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

CROCHET – Beginning<br />

This class will introduce you to crocheting. Students<br />

will learn how to get started, how to read yarn<br />

labels and crochet patterns. You will also be taught<br />

slip stitch, and double crochet. Please be sure to<br />

pick up a supply list when you register for<br />

class. No supplies will be available in class.<br />

Enroll early, limited enrollment!<br />

SubEvent: Cindy Martine Fee: $65<br />

#50051A 4 Sundays (Beg)<br />

12:30-2:30 p.m.<br />

March 11-April 1<br />

CROCHET – Intermediate<br />

This class is a continuation of beginning Crochet<br />

and will cover even more techniques and tricks of<br />

crocheting+. Please be sure to pick up a supply<br />

list when you register for class. No supplies<br />

available in class.<br />

SubEvent: Cindy Martine Fee: $65<br />

#50051B 4 Sundays (Interm.)<br />

12:30-2:30 p.m.<br />

April 15-May 6<br />

MOSAIC TILE<br />

Do you love mosaic décor pieces? Learn how to<br />

make these exquisite beautiful pieces yourself.<br />

They’re quick to make and inexpensive. Make<br />

anything from candleholders to patio tables using<br />

interesting shapes and colors. Create beautiful<br />

designs with no artistic experience required. BE<br />

SURE TO PICK UP SUPPLY LIST WHEN YOU<br />

REGISTER. No supplies available in class.<br />

SubEvent: Cindy Martine Fee: $45<br />

#50181A 2 Saturdays<br />

12:30-2:30 p.m.<br />

February 25 & March 3<br />

FRENCH RIBBON FLOWER ART<br />

Step back in time and turn beautiful French wired<br />

ribbons into Victorian style flowers, as taught to<br />

dressmakers and hat makers in the 1920’s. Roses,<br />

pansies, & multi-petal flowers can be used to adorn<br />

home accessories, clothing, and gifts. Bring<br />

scissors, straight pins & glue gun to class. Material<br />

fee of $15 payable at time of registration for<br />

French ribbon, barrettes, needles and more.<br />

SubEvent: Terry Holtzman Fee: $35<br />

#52011A One Sunday<br />

2:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

April 1


KNITTING – BEGINNING<br />

Open to men & women who have never knitted.<br />

Your first project will be a scarf. Instruction will be<br />

given on how to cast on, Knit, purl stitch and cast<br />

off or finish off. Patterns will be supplied by<br />

instructor. Cindy Martine was recognized/honored<br />

by Michaels Stores nationwide. Be sure to pick up<br />

a supply list when you register. No supplies will<br />

be available in class. Limited to 15 students.<br />

SubEvent: Cindy Martine (Beg.) Fee: $65<br />

#50151A 4 Saturdays<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

March 10-31<br />

KNITTING – INTERMEDIATE<br />

Open to men & women who have taken beginning<br />

knitting or know how to knit. Continuing your<br />

project, instruction will be given on how to read<br />

more challenging patterns, deciphering a pattern<br />

and learning to do more detailed stitches. Students<br />

will also learn increasing & decreasing, changing<br />

colors, plus the importance of doing gauges and<br />

using circular needles. Pattern will be provided by<br />

instructor. Be sure to pick up a supply list when<br />

you register. No supplies available in class.<br />

SubEvent: Cindy Martine Fee: $65<br />

#50152A 4 Saturdays<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

April 14-May 5<br />

PAINTING & WATERCOLORS<br />

Do you like to watercolor or have a passion for<br />

painting? Welcome to all who appreciate and enjoy<br />

this classic and contemporary art forum.<br />

This class will get you started in<br />

basic painting acrylic/oils and<br />

watercolors brush stroke<br />

techniques with emphasis on<br />

understanding/experiencing<br />

color composition, value and<br />

design impact. Also learn<br />

mixing colors, differing paint<br />

qualities, application, and use of brushes. All are<br />

welcome to join this colorful, relaxing and fun<br />

class!!! Bring basic watercolor set, pad of<br />

watercolor paper, acrylics, brushes and pencil<br />

to 1 st meeting. Instructor works for Disneyland as<br />

an artist and has showcased his works at art<br />

galleries throughout the U.S.A.<br />

SubEvent: Wayne N. Thomas Fee: $65<br />

#50131A 5 Fridays<br />

7:00-8:30 p.m.<br />

February 24-March 23<br />

DRAWING FOR EVERYONE<br />

Learn how to draw like a pro; get drawing tips and<br />

techniques on the characters or objects you like to<br />

draw. See your images come to life! Wayne<br />

Thomas will give you his professional attention in<br />

helping to develop your hidden artistic talents using<br />

led/color pencils, charcoal shading, light/dark<br />

contrast, 3 dimension & brightness. Students are<br />

encouraged to bring their ideas and imagination.<br />

Please bring drawing and color pencils, eraser<br />

and pad of paper to 1 st class meeting. Instructor<br />

will address any additional materials in class.<br />

Class held in a safe and comfortable environment.<br />

SubEvent: Wayne N. Thomas Fee: $65<br />

#50132A 5 Fridays<br />

8:30-10:00 p.m.<br />

February 24-March 23<br />

26<br />

NATURAL BATH & BEAUTY PRODUCTS<br />

Learn how is it is to make skin care and cleansing<br />

products that are good for you and good for the<br />

environment. We will use all natural ingredients to<br />

make bath salts, fizzies, body scrub, body butter<br />

and massage oils. Tips on storing, packaging and<br />

purchasing ingredients will be covered, plus you will<br />

take home samples of everything you make in this<br />

hands-on workshop. Material fee of $20 payable<br />

in at time of registration covers all materials<br />

needed to complete class projects. Students<br />

must be on time. There will be no class make-up.<br />

SubEvent: Jeanette Bovard Fee $35<br />

#50031A One Friday<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

March 2<br />

GLYCERIN SOAPMAKING<br />

Custom-made soaps are perfect for gifts, bathroom<br />

décor, and people with sensitive skin. You will<br />

create many kinds of soaps while learning how to<br />

layer colors, use molds and add<br />

fragrances, herbs and<br />

toys. Express your<br />

creativity and join the fun!<br />

Material fee of $18 payable<br />

at time of registration -<br />

covers all materials needed to<br />

complete the projects. Students must be on time<br />

in order to get all Glycerin Soap techniques<br />

described. There will be no class make-up.<br />

SubEvent: Jeanette Bovard Fee: $35<br />

#50091A One Friday<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

March 23<br />

CUSTOM GIFT BASKETS FOR FUN &<br />

PROFIT<br />

Easter will be here before you know it, now is the<br />

time to prepare a special personalized Gift Basket<br />

for that special someone: Grandparents, your<br />

parents, children, husband, wife . Customized Gift<br />

Baskets can also be a second income. Personalize<br />

an outlandish basket and adorn it with customized<br />

bow. Select from a variety of themes products add<br />

fillers, color wrap , personalized gifts for a<br />

professional and beautiful presentation. Learn<br />

department store wrapping secrets. Be sure to<br />

pick up supply list when you register, no<br />

supplies will be available in class.<br />

SubEvent: Cindy Martine Fee: $35<br />

#50061A One Saturday<br />

12:30-3:00 p.m.<br />

March 24<br />

DRAW COMIC BOOK & CARTOON<br />

CHARACTERS LIKE THE PROS<br />

Learn how to draw your famous action Heroes and<br />

Villains like Spiderman, Spawn, Wonder Woman,<br />

Incredible Hulk, Iron Man or even the Simpson’s.<br />

You can even invent your own cartoon characters!<br />

This class will teach you the important steps and<br />

secret artist tips you need to create & bring your<br />

cartoon to animation life. If you always wanted to<br />

become a cartoon-super action hero artist or Villain<br />

artist, learn from a Professional Disneyland<br />

artist. Class fills up fast - so register early !<br />

SubEvent: Wayne Thomas Fee: $65<br />

#80051A 5 Fridays<br />

5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.<br />

February 24-March 23


SEWING MADE EASY<br />

Develop your creativity and save money making<br />

your own clothes in a safe<br />

comfortable setting. Sewing<br />

lessons will include proper<br />

sewing machine operation,<br />

fabric selection, personal body<br />

measurements, and<br />

introduction to patterns and<br />

garments construction with basic sewing machine<br />

techniques. No prior sewing experience necessary.<br />

Open to both men and women ages 16+. Please<br />

bring the following items to class: a pencil, 60” tape<br />

measure, 3 ½ yards of non-stretchable cotton<br />

fabric (no stripes or plaids), matching thread,<br />

scissors, seam ripper, hand needles and pins.<br />

Sewing machine provided by L.A.C.C. one per<br />

student. No supplies will be available in class.<br />

Register early, class limited to only 10 students.<br />

SubEvent: Rosy E. Espinoza Fee: $80<br />

#50201A 5 Saturdays<br />

8:00-10:00 a.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

#50201B 5 Saturdays Fee: $80<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

#50201C 5 Saturdays Fee: $80<br />

12:00-2:00 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

#50201D 4 Fridays Fee: $80<br />

6:30-9:00 p.m.<br />

March 2-23<br />

FASHION PATTERN MAKING<br />

This hands-on beginners class<br />

will introduce you to the<br />

challenging world of fashion<br />

pattern making. Learn how to<br />

make your own 2 garments by<br />

using step by step pattern<br />

making techniques in class.<br />

Requirements: Must know<br />

how to read a ruler, be willing<br />

to do some homework and to<br />

produce a fabric test with very slight<br />

sewing. Class is open to men & women ages 16+.<br />

Material fee of $20 payable at time of<br />

registration for study guide. Please bring:<br />

Pencils, 60” tape measure, see-thru plastic ruler<br />

2x18”, scissors, 3 ½ yards of muslin fabric,<br />

eraser, scotch tape. Class fills up fast so<br />

register early to guarantee you spot.<br />

SubEvent: Rosy E. Espinoza Fee: $75<br />

#50210A 4 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

12:00-2:00 p.m.<br />

February 26-March 18<br />

PARK ON CAMPUS – PURCHASE A<br />

WINTER PARKING PERMIT<br />

FOR ONLY $10.<br />

See Pg. 30<br />

SEWING II<br />

In continuation of Sewing l, students will cover<br />

more and newer additional pattern adjustment<br />

sewing techniques. Students are welcome to bring<br />

their questions on garment projects they are<br />

working on at home. Open to all. Age group 16+.<br />

Class is limited to 10 students. List of materials<br />

will be issued at time of registration. Sewing<br />

machines provided by school - one student per<br />

sewing machine, Hurry up and register limited<br />

to 10 only students. Prerequisite: Sewing Made<br />

Easy. Be familiar with sewing machine basics.<br />

No class April 7.<br />

SubEvent: Rosy E. Espinoza Fee: $75<br />

#50200A 4 Saturdays<br />

12:00-2:00 p.m.<br />

March 31-April 28<br />

JEWELRY MAKING<br />

SILVERSMITHING<br />

An introductory course on the creation of fine silver<br />

and other precious metal jewelry. No prior jewelry<br />

or metalwork experience required. Participants will<br />

need to purchase some tools & supplies to work on<br />

personal projects outside of the classroom.<br />

Material fee of $60 payable in class. Held offcampus<br />

and limited to 9 students. Open to all.<br />

SubEvent: Gordon Wainwright Fee: $135<br />

#99524A 5 Saturdays<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

#99524B 5 Saturdays Fee: $135<br />

12:30-3:30 p.m.<br />

February 25-March 24<br />

#99524C 5 Mondays Fee: $135<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

February 27-March 26<br />

#99524D 5 Saturdays Fee: $135<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

March 31-April 28<br />

#99524E 5 Saturdays Fee: $135<br />

12:30-3:30 p.m.<br />

March 31-April 28<br />

#99524F 5 Mondays Fee: $135<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

April 2-30<br />

METAL CASTING<br />

An introductory course in metal gravity casting<br />

using cuttle bone, French sand, clay, centrifugal &<br />

vacuum casting using the lost wax process (no<br />

instruction on wax carving). Participants will need to<br />

purchase some tools and supplies to work on<br />

personal projects outside of the classroom. The lab<br />

fee will be $60 payable in class does not include<br />

precious metals. Any additional materials or tools at<br />

student discretion. Class is held off-campus and<br />

limited to 9 students.<br />

SubEvent: Gordon Wainwright Fee: $135<br />

#99523A 5 Tuesdays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

February 28-March 27<br />

#99523B<br />

27<br />

5 Tuesdays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

April 3-May 1<br />

Fee: $135


BASIC BEADED JEWELRY<br />

Come learn how to make stunning beaded<br />

bracelets and earrings using basic techniques (no<br />

soldering). You will be using flex wire, eye pins,<br />

headpins, crimp beads, semi-precious stones,<br />

pearls, crystals, and glass beads. Bring round nose<br />

pliers, wire cutter, and chain nose pliers. Material<br />

fee of $18 payable at time of registration covers<br />

materials needed to complete projects.<br />

SubEvent: Terry Holtzman Fee: $40<br />

#52211A One Sunday<br />

2:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

February 26<br />

BEGINNING WIRE WRAPPING<br />

Wouldn’t you love to make that designer jewelry<br />

you see in department stores and fancy boutiques?<br />

Now you can! Learn to attach semi-precious<br />

gemstone beads and turn them into a beautiful art<br />

of jewelry using a solderless wire linking technique.<br />

Bring round nose pliers, chain nose pliers & wire<br />

cutters. Material fee of $28 payable at time of<br />

registration for all wire wrapping supplies.<br />

SubEvent: Terri Holtzman Fee: $40<br />

#52111A One Sunday<br />

2:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

March 11<br />

PEARL & BEAD KNOTTING<br />

Do you have a strand of pearls or<br />

beads that need restringing? Now<br />

you can do it yourself and save<br />

money! In class you will practice<br />

your knotting skills by creating a<br />

new necklace or bracelet. Several<br />

styles and techniques will be<br />

taught. Material fee of $26 payable at time of<br />

registration will supply each student with<br />

cultured pearls, silk cord, sterling silver filled<br />

clasp/knotting tool.<br />

SubEvent: Terry Holtzman Fee: $40<br />

#52212A One Sunday<br />

2:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

March 4<br />

WIRE WRAPPED BEADED PENDANT<br />

Advance your wire wrapping skills by learning to<br />

wrap sterling silver wire into shapes, and then add<br />

your favorite bead to form pendants and earrings.<br />

Some previous wire wrapping skill is helpful.<br />

Students should bring round nose pliers, chain<br />

nose pliers, and wire cutters. Material fee of $18<br />

payable at time of registration - covers all<br />

supplies needed to make a pendant, and a pair<br />

of earrings.<br />

SubEvent: Terry Holtzman Fee: $40<br />

#52124A One Sunday<br />

2:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

March 25<br />

Register by phone!<br />

(323) 953-4000 x2651<br />

28<br />

MAKING GLASS BEADS<br />

Create one-of-a-kind designs that are all yours!<br />

You’ll heat glass to a molten state and fashion it<br />

around rods to create beads/buttons for jewelry,<br />

clothing, random wire votives, mosaics, stained<br />

glass windows, and whatever else you can dream<br />

up. All tools and materials are supplied for the class<br />

to make at least five glass beads, including round,<br />

flat, tabular and bi-conal. Gain working knowledge<br />

of bead making and the ability to continue making<br />

beads of your own at home. Material fee of $20<br />

payable at first meeting. Limited to 8 students.<br />

Class held off campus near L.A.C.C.<br />

SubEvent: Kathy Reimer Fee: $60<br />

#99522A One Saturday<br />

1:30-4:30 p.m.<br />

March 10<br />

BLOW GLASS GLOBES<br />

Glaskolben, as they’re known in Germany, make<br />

beautiful ornaments or sun catchers that reflect the<br />

light. You’ll learn how to blow your own glass<br />

globes, using different colors of glass and varying<br />

designs creating elegant beautiful various shapes.<br />

A great idea for the holidays and any other time of<br />

the year. Material fee of $35 payable at first<br />

meeting covers supplies to make up to 14 globes.<br />

Limit 8 students. Class held off campus.<br />

SubEvent: Kathy Reimer Fee: $50<br />

#99521A One Saturday<br />

1:30-4:30 p.m.<br />

February 25<br />

GLASS FUSION<br />

Learn how to create fused tiles or jewelry from<br />

glass. No prior glass experience is necessary.<br />

You’ll learn how to work with glass, assemble and<br />

decorate it using different colors of glass on top of<br />

each other. Your pieces will then be melted in a kiln<br />

to create magnificent artwork. Material fee of $30<br />

payable at first meeting - covers all materials<br />

needed for class projects. Limited to 8 students.<br />

Class held off campus near L.A.C.C.<br />

SubEvent: Kathy Reimer Fee: $65<br />

#99520A Two Saturdays<br />

1:30-4:00 p.m.<br />

March 17 & 24<br />

More Arts & Crafts<br />

Classes, please go<br />

to Page 31.<br />

Why not give the gift of learning?<br />

We have gift <strong>certificate</strong>s for any<br />

of our classes. Call for details<br />

(323) 953-4000 ext. 2652


MAKE-UP ARTISTRY<br />

A <strong>certificate</strong> of completion will be awarded upon completion of this course<br />

Discover the skills necessary to be a successful and professional<br />

make-up artist. Gain inside secrets and cutting-edge techniques<br />

designed to give students an advantage in an exciting and<br />

lucrative career.<br />

Explore different foundation techniques, learn eye, cheek and lip<br />

techniques along with proper product placement. Also, learn<br />

proper eyebrow arching, correct shadow techniques, false lash<br />

applications and correct eyeliner methods, based on the way eyes<br />

are shaped. This class will also cover everything you need to know<br />

about the wedding day, from how to book your appointments, price<br />

your services and increase your profits! This intensive seminar is<br />

great for the freelance artist who enjoys making a serious profit!<br />

Learn the new trends seen in the most current fashion magazines,<br />

music videos and television.<br />

State Licensing - No state Licensing is required to practice professional make-up artistry, or to<br />

perform make-up duties in film, theatre, television, photography, or retail settings. However, if a<br />

student wishes to perform makeup in a public beauty salon, they must obtain a state<br />

cosmetology/esthetician license. Hurry this popular class fills-up! Limit 13 students. No class March<br />

12 & 14.<br />

SubEvent: Jason Sanchez Fee: $245<br />

#86004A 3 Mon. & 2 Wed.<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

February 27-March 19<br />

ADVANCED MAKE-UP ARTISTRY<br />

A <strong>certificate</strong> of completion will be awarded upon completion of this course<br />

Day 1: Tools of the Trade/The Perfect Canvas.<br />

In this two part workshop, you will go into in-depth<br />

detail of how to choose the proper products to<br />

build your make-up kit, set-up, hygiene, skin<br />

preparation and skin care. Next. we should see<br />

the “model not the makeup”! This workshop will<br />

teach you how to create a flawless foundation<br />

finish, the perfect rosy cheeks, elegant eyes and<br />

chic lips. You will get a better understanding of<br />

what to create when your client asks for the<br />

“natural look”.<br />

Day 2: Combination 6 In this workshop you will<br />

be taught 6 different eye makeup combinations, day/evening looks. As a professional makeup artist,<br />

you must learn to create several looks in order to bring out your clients potential. We give you the<br />

steps for 6 different ideas that will put you in the right track!<br />

Day 3: Haute Couture This workshop is aimed at perfecting the techniques required to produce a<br />

High Fashion photographic and editorial style makeup application. This will allow students to<br />

maximize any artistic flair! Let’s take a closer look at the fashion makeup concepts of Paris, Japan,<br />

Italy and New York!<br />

Day 4: Lab Day Lab days are where it all comes together. We ask that in order to ensure a more<br />

accurate learning experience, you have a model join you in class. This is the time to meet your<br />

instructor and ask any questions regarding previous.<br />

Day 5: Up Do’s Diversity is everything in this business! We suggest you learn a thing or two about<br />

hair. That’s why our <strong>program</strong> created UP DO’S. The one stop shop to designate you to a few simple<br />

looks. We will teach you 3 quick, easy to do up do’s. A day, evening, and high fashion look. Learn<br />

how to expand your technical skills and earnings with a quick twist and pin!<br />

SubEvent: Jason Sanchez Fee: $245<br />

#86005A 3 Mon. & 2 Wed.<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

April 16-30<br />

29


LACC Community Services Registration Form | Winter 2012<br />

Please print the requested information clearly. Then tear out this page and send it to the address below.<br />

Mail<br />

<strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong> <strong>City</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Community Services<br />

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In Person<br />

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Mon-Fri: 10a-7p<br />

Sat: 8a-1p<br />

Sun: Closed<br />

Phone<br />

The BEST Way!<br />

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Click on<br />

“Online Application Form”<br />

Fax<br />

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Registration continues throughout the<br />

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preferred. Registration will be conducted<br />

at LACC Community Services office<br />

located in Administration Building room<br />

112. In-person registration hours: Monday<br />

thru Friday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. and Saturday<br />

8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Retain your receipt and<br />

present it to your instructor at the first<br />

workshop meeting.<br />

CANCELED PROGRAMS &<br />

SCHEDULE CHANGES<br />

LACC reserves the right to cancel,<br />

reschedule or combine workshops, and to<br />

change instructors. Programs may be<br />

canceled if fewer than the required<br />

minimum number of students enrolls. If a<br />

<strong>program</strong> is canceled or rescheduled you<br />

may transfer to another workshop or<br />

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CANCELLATIONS<br />

If you withdraw from a workshop, you must<br />

make your request in writing 48 hours<br />

before the workshop begins -- there will be a<br />

$13 processing fee plus $2 per class nonrefundable<br />

registration fee, as mandated by<br />

the Board of Trustees, ($15 total) for such<br />

withdrawals. Receipts must accompany<br />

your request. Absolutely no adjustments are<br />

issued after the start of the workshop.<br />

Please allow 20 - 30 working days for your<br />

request to be processed.<br />

Parking permits are non-refundable.


BALLOON DECORATING & CENTER<br />

PIECES<br />

Let your imagination soar as you learn the<br />

techniques for making beautiful balloon bouquets,<br />

arches, columns and<br />

sculptures. This class will<br />

teach you about supplies,<br />

materials, safety and<br />

inexpensive resources in<br />

this fun, hands-on course.<br />

Also learn a bunch of ways<br />

to blow up balloons without<br />

having to huff and puff.<br />

You’ll become a balloonatic!.<br />

Bring your camera to take photographs of your<br />

beautiful balloon projects. Material fee of $25<br />

payable at time of registration - covers all your<br />

supplies and use of helium tanks.<br />

SubEvent: Eva Ucanan Fee: $35<br />

#50010A One Sunday<br />

12:30-5:00 p.m.<br />

March 18<br />

FLORAL DESIGN - Beginners<br />

Learn how to make sophisticated arrange beautiful<br />

fresh flower arrangements for those special<br />

occasions. This hands-on workshop allows you to<br />

make your own masterpieces<br />

and express your own artistic<br />

talents. You will take home a<br />

new floral arrangement from<br />

each workshop. Material fee<br />

of $40 payable at time of<br />

registration. Material fee pays<br />

for fresh flowers instructor will<br />

provide at each class meeting<br />

to complete all class projects.<br />

Bring wire cutters, small<br />

knife and newspapers.<br />

SubEvent: Eva Ucanan Fee: $65<br />

#50081A 3 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.<br />

March 4-18<br />

FLORAL DESIGN II<br />

This class is a continuation of floral design I, with<br />

emphasis on more advanced floral arrangements &<br />

techniques. Material fee of $40 payable at time of<br />

registration. Please bring a wire cutters, a floral<br />

knife and newspapers.<br />

SubEvent: Eva Ucanan Fee: $65<br />

#50082A 3 Thursdays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

March 15-29<br />

WEDDING FLORAL DESIGN<br />

Create a memorable and elaborate wedding floral<br />

design to suit that very precious day in your life.<br />

This class will help you prepare a bouquet, corsage<br />

and wedding table settings. Save time & money!<br />

You will be amazed at the floral arrangements you<br />

made yourself. Bring wire cutters, paring knife to<br />

class. Material fee of $25 payable at time of<br />

registration.<br />

SubEvent: Eva Ucanan Fee: $65<br />

#50088A One Sunday<br />

9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

March 25<br />

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POTTERY MAKING<br />

Students will learn the basics of throwing on a<br />

potter’s wheel. Simple forms such as cylinders,<br />

cups, and bowls will be<br />

emphasized. Learn<br />

centering, pulling, and<br />

trimming. Classes will<br />

explore a variety of hand<br />

building techniques<br />

including clay slab, pinch<br />

pots, coiling, molds, and<br />

glazing. Create all kinds<br />

of forms – you’re only<br />

limited by your imagination in hand building. Wear<br />

old clothes, and to bring an old towel and apron.<br />

Material fee of $35 payable at first meeting. Held<br />

off campus. Limit 6 students.<br />

SubEvent: Toros Tngrian Fee: $175<br />

#99505A 5 Wednesdays<br />

6:30-9:30 p.m.<br />

February 29-March 28<br />

STAINED GLASS<br />

While making a flat panel or window about 10x14<br />

inches students will learn basic cutting, grinding<br />

and assembling,<br />

creating a beautiful<br />

piece of art work. We<br />

have various patterns<br />

to choose from.<br />

Material fee of $15<br />

payable at first meeting<br />

for the tools and<br />

supplies. Glass is<br />

additional, typically $20-25, and may be purchased<br />

from instructor on the first day of class. Held off<br />

campus near L.A.C.C. Limited to only 8<br />

students.<br />

SubEvent: Kathy Reimer Fee: $115<br />

#50191A 4 Sundays<br />

9:30 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

April 15-May 6<br />

CANDLE MAKING<br />

Candles are a beautiful addition to your home<br />

décor and make wonderful welcome gifts. This<br />

candle-making<br />

workshop will<br />

cover the basic<br />

techniques for<br />

making both<br />

molded and<br />

container<br />

candles. Each<br />

student will<br />

make and take<br />

home a colorful<br />

chunk candle, a<br />

floating candle and a novelty gel candle. Handouts<br />

with instructions, tips and techniques will be<br />

provided. Wear old clothes & closed-toe shoes. (no<br />

sandals please). Material fee of $15 payable at<br />

time of registration - covers all materials<br />

needed to complete projects. Please be on<br />

time, there will be no class make-up.<br />

SubEvent: Jeanette Bovard Fee: $25<br />

#50041A One Friday<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

April 27


ORGANIC GARDENING 101!!<br />

Want to grow your one food? Let Christy Wilhelmi<br />

of Gardenerd teach you how. This 3 hour class will<br />

give you the basics of Organic Gardening 101<br />

including: creating a sustainable garden<br />

ecosystem, composting, organic pest control,<br />

growing vegetables in Southern California, and<br />

bio-intensive (small-space) gardening<br />

techniques. Get the knowledge you need to start<br />

your Spring garden this year. Material fee of $5<br />

payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Christy Wilhelmi Fee: $40<br />

#49000A One Sunday<br />

1:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

March 25<br />

LIVE – RENT FREE!!!<br />

Apartment Management Certificate Class<br />

Have you noticed all the high-rise buildings going<br />

up? All these new apartment buildings need<br />

you as a manager – reap the benefits!<br />

This class will cover all the topics<br />

necessary to become an<br />

apartment manager; or, if you are<br />

a property/building owner, get the<br />

skills and laws needed to properly<br />

manage and facilitate your<br />

investment. Topics include: Unlawful<br />

detainer/eviction laws & procedures. Rental leasecontracts,<br />

Rental marketing techniques, Manager<br />

salary/benefits; Section 8, Rent control and more.<br />

SubEvent: Cavalin Fee: $100<br />

#20020A 3 Mondays<br />

6:00-10:00 p.m.<br />

February 27-March 12<br />

#20020B 3 Mondays Fee: $100<br />

6:00-10:00 p.m.<br />

April 16-30<br />

ENROLLMENT<br />

NOW OPEN !!!<br />

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Register by Phone: (323) 953-4000 x-2651<br />

THE BUSINESS OF BARTENDING –<br />

BECOME A PROFESSIONAL BARTENDER<br />

Start working after completing this class!<br />

Why pay hundreds of dollars more at other schools<br />

to learn bartending when this bartending class will<br />

cover all you need to know in the field of bartending<br />

and more! As the economy struggles and<br />

employment worsens - Bartending jobs are in<br />

demand wherever you go! Bartending requires so<br />

much more than knowing how to put ice in a glass<br />

and adding the proper ingredients. Kellie will<br />

prepare you to be a great salesperson; a customer<br />

service expert and<br />

an honest/valuable<br />

employee with skills<br />

that will help you<br />

succeed in the real<br />

world of bartending.<br />

With the skills<br />

gained from Kellie<br />

Nicholson’s class<br />

and her notoriety<br />

in the Bartending<br />

world plus <strong>certificate</strong> of completion, her<br />

students have successfully secured bartending<br />

jobs after completing this class, Kellie’s clientele<br />

includes Will from the Black Eyed Peas, David<br />

Schwimmer, Jessica Simpson and Ashton Kucher.<br />

Material fee of $50 payable online to<br />

www.barbizz.com/pay before class starts.<br />

Those who score 90% or above on the tests will<br />

be awarded a Master’s Certificate of Excellence!<br />

SubEvent: Kellie Nicholson Fee: $150<br />

#25012A 3 Mondays<br />

6:00-10:00 p.m.<br />

February 27-March 12<br />

“Dear Kellie, this is Ivette from your Bartending<br />

class at <strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong> <strong>City</strong> <strong>College</strong>, I just wanted to<br />

tell you I had my first interview as a bartender<br />

yesterday, I did not know what to expect, however<br />

THEY HIRED ME! Thank you so much for teaching<br />

me the Business of Bartending” – Ivette

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