|Home Building||Interior Decorating||Microfarming|
|More Gardening||Urban Farming||Welding|
An Introduction to Tiny Home Living
What is a tiny home on wheels and off? Are you curious about tiny home living? Why are people choosing to go tiny? Review a brief history of the tiny house movement which is still in its infancy. And, since the movement is receiving national attention, discuss how we could fit into that still uncharted terrain. Discuss the tiny home trends as expressed by different age groups, family needs, multi-generational dwelling, and individuals in pursuit of their unique lifestyles. Explore design characteristics necessary to envision your tiny home as a functional and alternative way of life.
Basic Electricity for the Homeowner
Learn what electricity is and how to handle it safely. Learn why fuses “blow” and when it is safe to work on an electrical circuit. Learn how electricity is generated and distributed, and how it flows throughout your house. Understand the differences between voltage, current, power and energy, and how each is measured. Understand the difference between the current provided by the power company and that delivered by your car battery. Build a simple circuit and perform simple measurements as well as other activities you can do in your home.
Welding for Homeowners
Household projects got you stumped? Learn basic metalworking and fabrication skills by turning household project ideas into 3-D realities. Spend the first part of the class learning shop and tool safety through an assigned project. Project includes basic metal fabrication techniques: MIG welding, grinders, oxy-acetylene/plasma torch, and the use of a shear. Classes held at Emily Griffith Technical College, 1205 Osage, Denver. No class November 25.
Fri, Jan 13-Feb 17, 3-6 p.m., 6 wks EGTC-Osage
ARCR 1214W01-81721 $349 closed
Discover Basic Interior Decorating
Discover ways to spruce up your home and give it that designer look. Learn design fundamentals and how to apply those to your home. Explore color, paint, accessories, lighting, and window treatments, Create your own scaled floor plan with furniture placement. Discover cost effective ways to create the look you love.
FLORAL DESIGN CERTIFICATE
Earn a certificate in Floral Design Principles after you successfully complete the following series of courses, or you may take classes individually. You will have one year from initial registration to complete the program. A minimum number of students is required for each class. Classes focus on fresh flower arranging and are taught by Crystal Oleskevich, who owns her own floral business. Your instructor will submit your documentation for certification once you've complete all four of the required courses. Students have one year from the first class in the series to complete the certification. Certificates are issued by Arapahoe Community College and mailed to the address on file from your class registration.
Introduction to Floral Design Principles Demonstration
Explore how to put flowers together using proven design principles. Get tips on purchasing fresh flowers and caring for flowers from your garden. Discuss the right tools and their care to create beautiful designs in this demonstration class.
Thu, Jan 26, 6-9 p.m. Littleton Campus
HRTC 1013W01-80754 $69 closed
Concepts and Containers
Learn to create arrangements. Discuss styles including traditional, contemporary, oriental, funky, seasonal and special events. Explore color, focal point, pop, texture, volume and size. Make an arrangement to take home, container provided. *Registration deadline Jan 31
Thu, Feb 2, 6-9 p.m. Littleton Campus
HRTC 1033W01-80755 $69, $25 material fee to instructor closed
Creating Style, Shape and Color
Learn to utilize shape and color to create a stylish arrangement for any occasion. Bring your own favorite vase or container and make an arrangement to take home. *Registration deadline Feb 7.
Thu, Feb 9, 6-9 p.m. Littleton Campus
HRTC 1034W01-80756 $69, $25 material fee to instructor closed
Arrangement Workshop and Critique
The culminating workshop brings your flower arranging skills together. Make an arrangement to take home.*Registration deadline Feb 14.
Growing Plants for Fun and Profit
Michael and Linda Harlan
Turn your love of plants into an enjoyable and profitable home business. Learn how to grow and market plants on a small scale without major capital investment. In an area as small as 1000 sq. ft., you can generate thousands of dollars worth of plant material in a single growing season. This course is your practical guide to licensing, site preparation, equipment, how and where to find supplies, how to select and produce plants appropriate to your climate zone, how to produce quality material and, most importantly, how to market your product.
This is a 6-week online class which begins the 2nd Wednesday of every month. For more information, to register and pay, go to arapahoe.edu/communityed and follow the online links. Cost is $119 for 24 hours of instruction.
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Check out these online training programs in the Green Industry. All coursework is completed online for your convenience.
|Certified Air Quality Manager||ONLI 2240||$1,125|
|Certified Indoor Environmentalist (CIE)||ONLI 2241||$1,325|
|Weatherization Energy Auditor||ONLI 2242||$1,145|
|Building/Home Energy Analyst (HERS)||ONLI 2243||$1,145|
Several of the courses are open-entry. Courses with a firm start date are indicated with the course description. For more information and technical requirements, go to our knowledge base webpage.