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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DEfENSIVE DRIVING How ore your driving hobifs? Defensive driving fl the professional should and mutt be practiced by every licensed motorist if we are to reduce the number of traffic accidents that occur each year. Successful participant! will receive a wallet certificate which will give merit points under the Alberta Driver Program, and may Qualify for reduced premiums in auto insurance. SECTION 0-4 Mondays beginning January 24lh, 1972 SECTION E-4 Tueidayt beginning February 15th, 1972 SECTION F-4 Wednesday! beginning March 1th, 1972 SECTION 6-4 Thursdays beginning April 6th, 1972 p.m. FEE: per lection Limited to twenty-five applicant! in each section FLY FISHINO A short coune on the intricacies for the novice. The selec- tion of equipment, demonstrations and practice In the mechanics of fly casting, false casting, roll casting, paral- lel costing ond other. 6 Tuesdayi beginning March 7th, 1972 p.m. FEE FLY TYING A short course for those who with to learn how to tie flies correctly. The correct equipment to be used, basic fly tying techniques and knots, hook types, shapes and wet-flies, dry-flies und streamers are among the topics covered. 6 Tuesdays beginning January 25th, 1972 p.m, FEE: SOCIAL DANCING (NON CREDIT) A courso consisting of various waltz, potka, cha eha. South American dances and contem- porary American taught under the guidance of a qualified Instructor. 10 Tuesdays beginning January 18th, 1972 p.m. FEE: SIO.OO per couple HUNTING SKILLS-HOW TO GET YOUR GAME This course is primarily designed to provide a learning experience for participants in the skills of hunting, resulting in better hunter success and increased enioy- ment and satisfaction in the sport. Topics to be cov. ered include! BIG-GAME HUNTING BIRDS AND SMALL-GAME HUNTING MISCELLANEOUS HUNTING HINTS I Thursday! beginning January 27th, 1972 p.m FEE: SI 5.00 CREATING THE PROPER ENVIRONMENT FOR YOUNG CHILDREN In working with young children: Do you know what they need? Do you know how to meet their needs? Do you know how to help them achieve their maxi- mum development! Of iody? Of Mind? Of Personality? This course covert the objective! and goals for early child development ond theories of learning, 10 beginning January 25th, 1972 p.m. FEE: .on.oo AN INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY This course offers an overview in a variety of allowing the participant to gain a glimpse into the of psychology. 12 Wednesday! beginning January 24th, 1972 p.m. FEE: CAKE AND PASTRY DECORATING This course will cover special techniques in decorating pies, cakes, muffins, cookies and rolli, and is deigned for the homemaker interested, in improving the appearance of her cooking. 6 Mondays beginning January 24th, 1972 p.m. FEE: GOURMET CUISINE FOR LADIES Preparation and service of exciting exotic foods. Designed for those who like to entertain in a gracious manner REGISTRATION LIMITED TO TWENTY APPLICANTS 10 Tuesdays beginning January 25th, 1972 p.m. Fit: BRIDGE LESSONS-BEGINNERS Introduction to Bridge including Mechanics of Contract Bridge, Fundamentals, Scoring and Bridge Vocabulary. 10 Mondays beginning January 14th, 1972 p.m. FEE: per penafi BRIDGE LESSONS-INTERMEDIATE This course will be devoted to students who already have a basic knowledge of Bridge. Intermediate students wfll commence sessions of actual pfay during the third Week and I ess on will be incorporated with play. 10' Mondays beginning January 24th, 1972 p.m. FEE: HA.aSTYLING COURSE FOR WOMEN Learn how lo attractively style and mo nag ft your own hair. This course is Jes.siifid to train the studeni on proper grooming of Ihe hair as well as how to set and comb out hair fa create (ha desired hair SECTION C-5 Tutrtdays beginning January 25th SECTION D-3 Thursday beginning January 27th SECTION E-5 Tuesdays beginning February 29th SECTION F-5 beginning March 2nd 7.-00-9.00 p.m. FEE: wet ion ON-SHORE SA1UNG COURSE Inifrucrion suitable for all ogei who would find toff- Ing an interesting skill to develop. The course will In- clude films, examples of different types of smaller beets, und basic instruction. 5 Wednesdays beginning March 29th, 1972 p.m. FEE: GRADUATE NURSES REFRESHER PROGRAM The Leihbridge Community College is planning a Re- fresher Seminar to assist former registered nurses to regain confidence and skill In nursing practice. Any former registered nurse interested In receiv- ing further details on the seminar or in receiving an application form should contact the School of Continuing Education. PROJECTED DATE: Monday, January 24th Friday, January 28th, 1972 TIME: a.m. to p.m. and p.m. te p.m. ESTIMATED COST: plus cost of living arrange- ments. (Cast teJected tent and other ma- terials.) GEOLOGY, MINERALOGY AND FHOSKCThNG study of common rocks and minerals, rock structures, ore deposits and ore minerals, radioatclve and geophysi- fcaf prospecting with the techniques of rock and mineral Identification will among the tops studied. 12 Thursdays beginning January 27th, 1972 p.m. FEE: SEWING Sewing programs are offe-ied at three different levels. The series is structured to piovtde a continuous program, but each registrant is free to select I he level at which feels will profit most. SECTION A-BEGINNERS SEWING MONDAYS This aecrion is designed for those who have not sewn before. Projects lo be during the ten lessons wilt Include an apron, a collarless dress with zipper and a fined skirt. Emphasis here will be placed on the basic techniques used in stitching and joining any SECTION B-BASIC SWING TUESDAYS Designed for those who have completed a Beginners Sewing or those who have done same sewing before. A dress is underlined and a shirtdresi or buttoned blouse with a collar ore included1. SECTION C-INTERMEDIATE SEWING WEDNESDAYS Designed for those who have satisfactorily completed Basic Sewing or Its equivalent. Emphasis is placed on altering a basic dress pattern so that It might fit the Individual to perfection. Ctaem during the week January 14fh-27rh, p.m. HI: per lection REGISTRATION LIMITED TO lo STUDENTS PER SECTION LINGERIE SEWING Learn the art of tewing with theie new fabrics. The coune will include: A of lingerie and how to treat and tew with them Demonttrations of lingerie sewing and practice sew- ing of garments by students Wednesdays beginning. January 26th, 1972 7.30-10.00 p.m. FH: REGISTRATION LIMITED TO 16 STUDENTS SEWING WITH KNIT FABRICS This class will include a study of Icnlt fabric! and how to sew with them. Topics to be included in the class: Drafting your own patterns for use with knits thaf will fit Ihe individual fFgure. Demonstrations of stretch sewina and actual practice sewing garments by class members SECTION Thursdays beginning January 17th p.m. FEE: SECTION E-10 Wednesdays beginning January 26th p.m. FEE: REGISTRATION LIMITED TO 14 STUDENTS PER SECTION MACRAME A recently revived ancient art, macrame allows each person to be creative. After basic instruction In tying three knits- square knot half hitch clave hitch students will learn how to combine and vary them (along with other knots) in designs, color and texture lo create many different articles. Mondavi beginning January 31st, 1972 p.m. FEE: (plus .LANGUAGES CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH These courses are offered to provide adults with the opportunity to speak French in a free and natural man- ner. The courses make uae of the "VOIX ET (WAGES DE FRANCE" program involving a series of French language films and LEVEL 2 prerequisite LEVEL 1 or the equivalent begin- ning at lesson No. 8. 10 Mondavi and Wednesdays beginning January 24th, 1972 p.m. FEE: S35.00 LEVEL 4 prerequisite LEVEL 3 or the equivalent begin- ning at lesson No. 25. 10 Tuesdays and beginning January 25th, 1972 p.m. FEE: CONVERSATIONAL GERMAN The opportunity ii offered to those who wish to learn to speak German in a free and natural manner. Ex- planations, repetition and vocabulary of everyday ex- periences will asiiit the student to express himself freely in German. 10 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning January 25th, 3972 p.m. FEE: PACE 5 TECHNICAL COURSES WaDING The welding Program it offered In four sections. Each section differs in terms of the content and the beginning level of the student, fach lection ii limited to 11 itudents. PLEASE SPECIFY THE SECTiON YOU WISH TO REGISTER IN SECTION F-ELEMENTARY-LIMITED EXPERIENCE A basic course in both Gat and Electric welding, for those who have already had some limited welding ex- perience. 15 Mondays beginning January I7lh, 1971 p.m. RE: SECTION G-BASIC A short course in both Gas and Eleclrk welding offer- ing both theory and practice in various type! of Joints, cutting, fusing, welding and brazing. Theory and shop practice in the care and safe handling of equipment will be included. Saturdays beginning January 22nd, 1971 noon and p.m. FKi ADVANCED WELDING This advanced course In welding is intended for thole who have completed rhe basic course above, or its equivalent. The course will deal with the welding of valrous joints, pipes, alloys and will Include theory of welding codes, standards and welding design. SECTION H-ADVANCED-GAS 10 Tuetdayt beginning January loth, 1972 p.m. FEE: SECTION (-ADVANCED ELECTRIC ARC 10 Wednesday! beginning January 19lh, 1972 p.m. FEE: WOODWORKING This course will provide an opporlunity for students to develop projects of their own. Correct use of hand ond power tools and use of various materials will be in- cluded. Design and construction of furniture il an integ- ral part of the course. 10 Wednesdays beginning January 26th, 1972 p.m. FEE: plus cost of material far prelects CM OWNERS COURSE-FOR WOMEN The obiective of this courte It to give women a basic understanding oF whal is talcing place in the various units of the car, when occasional maintenance It required and the reason why. 10 Mondavi beginnina January I4tb, 1971 p.m. FEE: BUILDING CONSTRUCTION-HOME IMPROVEMENT TMs it a course offered in our structures shop that pro- videt training in all phases of home development. II gives the student theory and practical experience in the areas of home construction from the cement work to the roof of the home. 11 Tuesdays beginnina January 25lh, 1971 p.m. FEE: ANTIQUING FURNITURE Anyone can give an unfinished piece of furniture or an old piece of furniture a professional finish easily and quickly, learn how In this short, practical, "how to" type of program from One who knows. 3 Thursdays beginning January 27th, 1972 p.m. FEE: SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR Have you small appliances in your home which could be repaired? Have you ever wondered why the toaster doesn't function properly? This course will introduce you topic of electrical circuitry, showing the relation- thip thai exisls between the electric circuit and mechanic operation of many small household appliances. 12 Wednesday! beginning January 26th, 1972 a.m. FEE: SNOWMOBILE MAINTENANCE Owners of this popular vehicle should know how lo ser- vice and maintain the motor to allow for maximum en- joyment and to provide for greatest safety in Its op- eration.. This course will give instruction on the care and _maintenance of any snow vehicle-of the "snow- mobile" type 01 well os tips on the maintenance of other kinds of two-cycle engines. 4 Wednesday! beginning January 26lh, 1971 p.m. FEE: r APPLICATION FORM Please complete this form and return ft Iff. SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION Lethbridge Community College) Leihbridge, Alberta Mr. Mrs. NAME Miss ____ ADDRESS I TELEPHONE NUMBER OCCUPATION AGE I COURSE NAME I DATE COURSE BEGINS I FEE: DATE OF APPLICATION Fees are due and payable on or before first class session ;