SANTA FE — Santa Fe Community College announces the Case Continuing Education Schedule is now available online.
Print copies may be found in the racks at Santa Fe Community College, the Santa Fe Higher Education Center and around Santa Fe.
Visit https://www.sfcc.edu/ce for tips on registering and to view the variety of offerings.
“This case we’ve got a more extensive schedule available with a variety of classes, both online and in-person,” said Dean of Contract Training and Continuing Education Kris Swedin. “Fall is ideal for taking time for personal enrichment or expanding your professional skills.”
Prepare Vegetarian Greek Cuisine
Discover how to prepare vegetarian favorites from Greece. In the Greek Vegetarian cooking class learn how to successfully handle phyllo dough and how to make pita bread from scratch. Make spanakopita (spinach pie), Revithia (chickpea soup), Horiatiki (Greek salad) and finish with a delicious dessert of walnut Baklava. At the end of the class, sit down to a feast. Chef Nelson Edmonds shares his love for Greek cuisine.
Get into the swing of dancing
The West Coast Swing class offers a chance to get exercise while learning a new skill. West Coast Swing is an adaptable partner dance that can be enjoyed with a wide variety of music and genres. Learn to create a conversation between yourself and your partner through movement. While the leader is responsible for selecting the dance patterns, both partners are encouraged to add their own style and interpretation of music to the dance partnership. This freedom of expression means that no two dances are the same and therefore every dance is a new dance. Learn the foundations of West Coast Swing and the basic structure and connection that add originality to your dance. Instructor Cheryl Noonan believes in creating a patient, relaxing environment for students.
Learn the basics of setting up a greenhouse
In the Greenhouse Design and Operation class, you’ll discover the basics of greenhouse management. Learn about common styles of greenhouses and materials used to cover the structure (glazing). Heating and cooling options will be emphasized, and some basic calculations will be presented to determine heating and cooling needs for your greenhouse. Discover passive techniques for heating and cooling to save on energy costs. Site considerations and regulatory issues will also be covered. Instructor Richard C. “Charlie” Shultz is the Lead Faculty in SFCC’s Controlled Environment Agriculture Program, including hydroponics and aquaponics.
Maximize your iPhone experience
Learn how to use your iPhone for more than phone calls in the Introduction to the I-Phone class. Get tips on basic setup and syncing through iCloud, along with an explanation of how the various tools like Contacts and Calendars fit together. Hear suggestions for saving money on data consumption and extending battery life. Find out about useful apps and how you can configure your screen to personalize your experience. Instructor Jason Goodyear is a media composer, musician, sound artist and SFCC educator who works with new music and communication technologies.
Discover Archaeological Byzantine treasures
Join a spectacular online tour in the class Archaeological Treasures of the Byzantine World. Marvel at the remains of Constantinople and see the Byzantine capital in all its ancient splendor, especially the imperial palace and the Hagia Sophia Church built by the emperor Justinian in 537 CE. Explore other Byzantine churches such as the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem and the Basilica of St. John in Ephesus, and spectacular baptisteries in places like Ravenna. Learn the history of the Byzantine Empire (330—1453 CE), its founder, Constantine the Great, and other important emperors and learn what life was like for ordinary people. Discover the kind of art popular during the Byzantine period. Instructor William Tabbernee earned a Ph.D. in Ancient History. He was co-director of an archaeological dig in Turkey where he and his team discovered an important long-lost city.
Direct questions about the schedule or where to get a print copy to Continuing Education at [email protected] or 505.428.1676. The CE staff can help students complete their registration.