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UW-Waukesha Continuing Education Courses Calendar Info

Feb. 19, 2010

These spring courses are now available for immediate registration. They are offered through University of Wisconsin–Waukesha Continuing Education, 1500 N. University Drive, Waukesha, WI., 53188. To register, visit the Web site, www.waukesha.uwc.edu/ce; business line, 262-521-5460.

 

ACT – The Cambridge Approach: Do you want to improve your ACT score by at least 1 to 2.5 points? It could help gain acceptance into the college you want to attend. With the Cambridge approach, the student will take both a pre and post test to help them understand their growth within the program. If you have not improved your score after taking this course (attending all sessions), you may join the next session for free. The course will cover the four multiple choice tests: English, Reading, Science and Math, plus writing and test taking anxiety. Test materials are included in class fee. Next regional ACT test dates are scheduled for April 10 and June 12. $149, Classes held: T, Apr 20-May 25, 5:30pm-7:30pm. Pre-Test required: Choose one: Sat, Apr 10, 8am-12:00pm OR Sun, Apr 11, 1pm-5pm, Post test included: Choose one: Sat, Jun 5, 8am-12:00pm OR Sun, Jun 6, 1pm-5pm. For more information visit our Website at www.waukesha.uwc.edu/ce or call the business line at 262-521-5460.

 

Yoga Principles and Practice I: New to yoga? Convinced you'll never touch your toes again? It's okay! Yoga isn't about twisting into a pretzel; rather, it's about rebuilding a physical relationship with your body. It's about stress reduction and you! Longtime yoga practitioner Sharon Kleppe takes you through simple and fun strategies to bring your body into balance. Please bring a yoga mat and accessories, if you have them. M, Mar 29 – May 17, 5:30pm-6:30pm, $79, for more information visit our Website or call the business line at 262-521-5460.

 

Yoga Principles and Practice II: This is a continued study of Introductory Yoga and a follow up to Beginner Yoga. Learn proper breathing, yoga perspectives and yoga techniques. Fundamental poses are expanded. This is a continuation of Yoga Level 1, but it's not necessary to have previous experience to attend this session. Please bring a yoga mat and accessories such as a strap and block if you have them.

M, Mar 29–May 17, 6:35pm-7:35pm, $79, for more information visit our Website or call the business line at 262-521-5460.

 

Photoshop: Building Your Photographic Expertise: Learn more sophisticated techniques such as retouching portraits, creating triptychs, and combining multiple images into one narrative photograph that tells a story. You will be using Adobe Photoshop CS3 and working with your own images to create a unique portfolio. A working knowledge of Adobe PhotoshopCS2 and/or CS3 is required for this intermediate class. Th, Apr 1–Apr 29, 6:00pm-9:00pm, $165, for more information visit our Web site or call the business line at 262-521-5460.

 

The Milwaukee Sampler: Milwaukee’s Art Scene: Alive and Well Wed, Mar 17: 8:30am-5:00pm (Transportation included) $110: Be part of a backstage tour of the Milwaukee Repertory Theater and see the costume, scene, and props shops, stage wings and dressing rooms, all three stages and more. Then we’re off to the Milwaukee Art Museum for an enlightening overview tour of their permanent collection. After lunch at the Milwaukee Art Museum (included in the price of the trip) we’ll go to Skylight Opera to see the hilarious and entertaining A Day in Hollywood/ A Night in the Ukraine. Theater, art and music, all in one great city. Go to www.waukesha.uwc.edu/ce for full itinerary and more information or call the business line at 262-521-5460. Take All Three Trips and Save $15!

 

The Milwaukee Sampler: Milwaukee’s Museums: See What New This Wed, Apr 14: 9:00am-4:30pm (Transportation included) $83: Although these three museums opened garnering national attention, we bet you haven’t yet visited them. Here’s your chance to see the Eisner Museum, one of the nation’s only educational centers with a focus on advertising and design. Down the street and into the Menominee Valley, we’ll motor down to the Harley-Davidson Museum. We’ll get a feel of the freedom, camaraderie and pride thatHarley-Davidson riders experience every time they fire up their motorcycles. After lunch at H-D Museum (included in the price of the trip), we’ll discover the wonder of science and innovation at Discovery World. Go to www.waukesha.uwc. edu/ce for full itinerary and more information or call the business line at 262-521-5460. Take All Three Trips and Save $15!

 

The Milwaukee Sampler: Milwaukee’s Industry: Just a Taste Wed, May 12: 8:30am-4:00pm (Transportation included) $62: Our first visit of Milwaukee industries is a taste of some of the food manufacturers that have put Cream City on the culinary map. Palermo’s Pizza and El Rey Foods feature nationwide distribution; we’ll have lunch at Palermo’s. We’ll tour El Rey Foods, a tortillas and tamales manufacturer, and have a demonstration and tasting. Go to www.waukesha.uwc for itinerary and more information or call the business line at 262-521-5460. Take All Three Trips and Save $15!

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