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Counterbalanced Forklift Operator Training & Certification

$170

with Shasta Builders Exchange

Calendar Feb 5, 2021 at 8 am

COUNTERBALANCED FORKLIFT OPERATOR TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION  

The program you are about to participate in has been recognized by regulatory authorities, courts of law, and the industrial truck training industry as meeting and exceeding all regulatory requirements and national standards for the safe operation of forklifts. The law requires that you - regardless of your previous experience operating forklifts - receive theoretical and hands-on training on safe forklift operation. In addition, your knowledge and ability to operate a forklift safely must be evaluated.

IMPORTANT:  COVID guidelines will be strictly observed during the delivery of this course. Attendees must social distance a minimum of 6 ft. to one another, accommodations for this will be made in the classroom to accommodate distancing. Attendees must appropriately wear a mask at all times, no exceptions to this rule. Anyone not adhering to these protocols will not be permitted to stay for the class. Please note, there are no refunds granted, no exceptions. 

DATE: Friday, February 5, 2021 8:00-5:00pm 

Location: Tehama County Fairgrounds - Junior Arts Building

Equipment: The forklift being used for the day is being donated to the class courtesy of Red Bluff Guy Rents. Thank you Red Bluff Guy Rents for your support of this Shasta College training program! 

Students may bring a cooler with water and food for the day.

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Global Warming - Causes, Effects & Solutions, Session 2

$15

with Pete Marsh

Calendar Feb 9, 2021 at 6:30 pm

Session 2: Global Warming Debate and Public Opinion

Facilitators; Pete Marsh & Dan Greaney

Tuesday, February 9, 2021 6:30 - 8:00pm via Zoom

This session begins with a brief refresher of the science of greenhouse gasses, then dives into the scientific method and the peer review process which are the mechanisms by which humans have come to understand global warming (as well as the science of human health, the science that helped us win WWII, and the science of internal combustion engines and other labor saving devices). Once we understand these processes by which humans gain knowledge, we'll ask, "why then is there debate over global warming?" We'll examine scientists' views as well as public opinion over the decades. Again, ee'll also present a very short preview of the solutions, for those who aren't able to attend Session 3.

 Unless otherwise noted, all of the Community Education and BTC classes are offered online via Zoom. Prior to the class starting, the instructor will email all the registrants a link to sign-in to their Zoom class. Zoom is a free, interactive online platform, you do not have to have a Zoom account to attend a class being offered through Zoom. You will need a current email address, a computer or laptop with Internet connection, computer audio or phone.

Global Warming - Causes, Effects & Solutions, Session 3

$15

with Pete Marsh

Calendar Feb 16, 2021 at 6:30 pm

Session 3: Global Warming Solutions and Economics 

Facilitators: Pete Marsh & Dan Greaney

Tuesday, February 16, 2021 6:30-8:00pm via Zoom

Global warming is a huge, complex issue, and a lot of the debate can become disouraging. This series will explore the scientific realities of greenhouse gases, and their impacts; but most important, will focus on the many solutions that are just as positive for the economy as they are for the environment in which we live and thrive.

The solutions to global warming are well-known, and easy to understand. The challenge is that they involve change, which means that some sectors of the economy will shrink, while new ones grow. Those sectors that face shrinkage are things that all of us use daily in our lives, and we're used to them. We get it; change is hard, and nobody wants to be forced to change to something new that we don't have as much experience with, and that we're told will cost us more. But failure to stop global warming will without a doubt cost the economy far more than making wise decisions about new ways of doing things. Most of the solutions are in fact better than the status quo for many reasons, and are actually less expensive than the status quo.

 Unless otherwise noted, all of the Community Education and BTC classes are offered online via Zoom. Prior to the class starting, the instructor will email all the registrants a link to sign-in to their Zoom class. Zoom is a free, interactive online platform, you do not have to have a Zoom account to attend a class being offered through Zoom. You will need a current email address, a computer or laptop with Internet connection, computer audio or phone.

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Make Extra Income as a Wholesale Auto Dealer from Home

$110

with Wayne Williams

Calendar Feb 22, 2021 at 6 pm

MAKE EXTRA INCOME AS A WHOLESALE AUTO DEALER FROM HOME

Come learn how to supplement your income $3,000-$5,000 per month buying and selling cars wholesale as a home-based business through on-line or dealer-only auctions. You will learn 8 techniques that create profits and cash flow for you. Learn how to get your auto dealer license in 15 days. Find out the how and where of buying below wholesale prices and how to sell at retail prices. This class is DMV approved and you’ll receive a DMV certificate of completion after you complete the class exam.

DATES: Monday/Tuesday February 22 & 23, 2021 6:00-9:00pm via Zoom

Unless otherwise noted, all of the Community Education and BTC classes are offered online via Zoom. Prior to the class starting, the instructor will email all the registrants a link to sign-in to their Zoom class. Zoom is a free, interactive online platform, you do not have to have a Zoom account to attend a class being offered through Zoom. You will need a current email address, a computer or laptop with Internet connection, computer audio or phone.

Notary: Essential Legal Documents in a Time of Crisis

$99

with Notary Public Seminars, Inc.

Calendar Feb 22, 2021 at 6 pm

Essential Legal Documents in a time of Crisis

It's time to get essential documents in order. Spend six hours with an experienced attorney and you'll have a Living Will, Recoverable Trust and Power of Attorney ready to file by the end of the seminar.This epidemic has a lot of us thinking about how unprepared we are for the future. Protecting your family's finances is easy with a little expert advice. You’ll learn which documents are needed, how to complete them and where to file. We hope you are staying well and practicing social distancing. But if medical care becomes necessary, it's important to assign an appointee to make medical decisions. Our legal expert will discuss relevant medical documents including, Durable Power of Attorney and Medical Release Forms that could make your treatment easier, quicker and less confusing.

Topics covered:  

  • California Wills
  • Legal Requirements
  • Do’s and Don’ts
  • List of Considerations
  • Revocable Trust
  • Avoiding Probate
  • What should I include
  • Durable Power of Attorney
  • How will this assist me in medical decisions?
  • Is Bankruptcy right for me?
  • The difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 11
  • How to get started
  • Where to file

Dates: February 22 & March 1, 8, 2021

Schedule: 3 Mondays 6:00pm - 8:00pm

IMPORTANT NOTE: These courses cover the classroom only portion of the training. Proof of completion of these courses, which you are provided, are necessary for sitting for the exam. These courses DO NOT include the examination. Students will need to research and seek out available testing sites for their exams. 

Unless otherwise noted, all of the Community Education and BTC classes are offered online via Zoom. Prior to the class starting, the instructor will email all the registrants a link to sign-in to their Zoom class. Zoom is a free, interactive online platform, you do not have to have a Zoom account to attend a class being offered through Zoom. You will need a current email address, a computer or laptop with Internet connection, computer audio or phone.

Shotokan Karate Session 1

$49

with Hiroko Mori

Calendar Feb 22, 2021 at 6:40 pm, runs for 6 weeks

SHOTOKAN KARATE Shotokan Karate is the authentic traditional karate for the mind, body and spirit!! Don’t miss this 6-week online class of Shotokan Karate for teens and adults. Get stronger physically and mentally!! This 45 min class focuses on Basics including stances, blocks, punches, kicks and Kata (pre-arranged fighting forms). Instructors are Hiroko Mori (5th Degree Black Belt) and Brad Marsh (4th Degree Black Belt) of Shotokan Karate of America. For men, women and youths ages 10 and up.

DATES: M/TH February 22 - April 1, 2021 6:40-7:25pm

Explore 250 Legitimate Home-Based Business Ideas

$45

with LeeAnne Krusemark

Calendar Feb 22, 2021 at 7 pm

EXPLORE 250 LEGITIMATE HOME-BASED BUSINESS IDEAS

Are you tired of working for someone else? Do you need to make more money? Turn your talents and hobbies into profits at home by learning how to start a home based business. If you really want to succeed in a home business, this step-by-step session is a must! 

DATE: Monday, February 22, 2021 7:00-9:00pm via Zoom

Unless otherwise noted, all of the Community Education and BTC classes are offered online via Zoom. Prior to the class starting, the instructor will email all the registrants a link to sign-in to their Zoom class. Zoom is a free, interactive online platform, you do not have to have a Zoom account to attend a class being offered through Zoom. You will need a current email address, a computer or laptop with Internet connection, computer audio or phone.

 

Chinese Medicine: Ancient Medicine for Modern Health

$30

with Dr. Ann Levings

Calendar Feb 23, 2021 at 6 pm

CHINESE MEDICINE: ANCIENT MEDICINE FOR MODERN HEALTH Arguably, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is the most ancient medicine continuously in use in the world. Join Dr. Levings in this brief survey of the historical development of TCM into its current form; its five branches of treatment, including acupuncture; and the role it might play in your health restoration and maintenance. By the end of this course, the student will:

1. Have an introductory knowledge of the difference between Chinese medicine and western medicine.

2. Will have a basic idea of how Chinese medicine and western medicine might be integrated for best outcomes.

3. Will be able to independently practice the QiGong exercise Opening the Four Gates of Energy.

February 23, 2021 6:00-8:00pm via Zoom

Unless otherwise noted, all of the Community Education and BTC classes are offered online via Zoom. Prior to the class starting, the instructor will email all the registrants a link to sign-in to their Zoom class. Zoom is a free, interactive online platform, you do not have to have a Zoom account to attend a class being offered through Zoom. You will need a current email address, a computer or laptop with Internet connection, computer audio or phone.





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