The purpose of the CPR and First Aid training program is for participants to gain or improve knowledge and skill proficiency in First Aid, CPR, and AED skills. We will learn how to help adult, child, and infant patients in emergency situations, including injuries and medical emergencies. This hybrid course is provided in partnership with Shoreline Community College, WestCoast CPR Training and the Health and Safety Institute.
Participants will learn CPR and First Aid initially with a comprehensive 4 hour online training course. Once registered, you will be sent the instructions to log in to take the 4 hour online training before the in-person training.The training will conclude with a fun and interactive hands-on practice class at Shoreline Community College. The in-person portion will provide the opportunity to practice adult, child, and infant CPR, AED, and some basic first aid skills. Upon successfully completing this course, participants will receive an adult, child, and infant CPR/AED & First Aid certification card valid for 2 years. Join us and learn the confidence and skills necessary to save lives! For 16+ students and adults of all ages.
The personal narrative is a powerful tool, useful for your college application essay, to communicate your truth, or to make an argument in the greater world. Come see how to build a creative, yet effective essay from scratch to use as you need! For ages 16+
Like fashion and period costumes? This class is for creative types who have basic sewing knowledge. We will learn the foundations of costume design theory and gain skills in costume-making that support design for the stage. Our main projects this quarter are simple pattern sewing and thrift flips to create costumes for "Scrooge's Christmas" that performs the weekend of December 15-17 at the Shoreline CC Theater. Class members interested in joining costume crew during the performances will be required to commit to all shows and additional rehearsals scheduled onstage the week prior. Students must bring their own working sewing machine and basic supplies (scissors, thread, needles, straight pins) to every class session. Students 12+ and adults of all ages
No class Thanksgiving week November 21-25, 2022.
Make-up for the Stage Love a good before and after reveal? This class is for creative types who love people, make-up, and design. We will learn the foundations of color theory, make-up care, and respect for people. You¿ll learn how to apply and transform yourself and others via aging make-up and ghostly make-up. You'll be invited to apply your skills on actors in support of "Scrooge's Christmas" that performs the weekend of December 15-17 at the Shoreline CC Theater. Class members interested in applying make-up for actors during the performances will be required to commit to shows and additional rehearsals scheduled onstage the week prior. Students must provide their own make-up kit and bring it to class each week. Additional supplies provided by Dandylyon Drama. Students 14+ and adults of all ages
SEIU 775: Employment Certificate Pathway is a four-week course will give students the educational foundation to work within the SEIU class center as customer service representatives. This course provides a technical and non-technical foundation for quality customer service and focuses on building lifelong customer relationship strategies using in-class simulations, case studies, and various reading materials. This course will introduce students to the importance of human relations and focus on the interpersonal skills needed to succeed in this workplace while providing practical experiences, increasing the chance of early success in this career sector.
Students must apply and be accepted through the College first before registering for this class. Please email Katie Rousso, Manager - Career Navigation, Student Transition & Success, at Shoreline Community College - email@example.com .
Fingerprints and Forensics: Understanding the Basics of Crime Scene Investigation!
Join presenter Lynne Dean, a retired Latent Fingerprint Examiner with the King County Sheriff's Office, as she explores how crime scenes are processed for evidence. Students will learn how a forensics fingerprint laboratory works and discuss photographs from real crime scenes. You'll also participate in hands-on exercises at home to give you a true "feel" for working with evidence and discover how to distinguish fact from fiction when it comes to your favorite CSI-style TV shows. Student participation is encouraged! Prerequisites: This class is for students 18+, as some of the content and photos are considered graphic.
In partnership with Edmonds CC
This introductory course will interest those with a digital DSLR or Mirrorless camera (no point and shoot or bridge cameras; contact instructor if unsure). Emphasis will be on realizing the full potential of your camera. Topics include: apertures, shutter speeds, ISO, exposure metering, lenses, filters, flash, and more. A tripod is suggested (contact instructor for recommendation). Class includes two Sunday morning field trips (Nov 13 & Nov 20) with instructor (details given in class). Instructor has had work published in National Geographic publications. Text is National Geographic Photo Basics by Sartore & Perry.