Skip to content Skip to footer site map

Continuing Education offers a variety of face-to-face courses in Arts, Business, Computers, Languages, Trades and more to help you achieve your professional and personal goals. We have highlighted a few of them here for you.

 

Clay Play for Beginners

Try it! You'll like it! This one-night workshop is for anyone who has never tried pottery.  It is an opportunity to learn about the SLC pottery studio and classes and try your hand at making something on the pottery wheel.  No experience necessary. Clay and tools provided. To register for this course, please click here.

 

Woodworking and Fine Furniture Level 2

Level 2 is a project-based course in woodworking and furniture and construction with a focus on “understanding wood”.  Students will continue to develop skills in the correct use of hand tools, basic furniture construction methods, finishing, wood technology, isometric drawing, costing and workshop safety. To register for this course, please click here.

 

Today’s Wound Care for RNs and RPNs

Designed for RNs and RPNs practicing in the acute, long term care, and community settings, this course focuses on the care of acute and chronic wounds including leg ulcers, diabetic ulcers and pressure ulcers. A complete review of appropriate equipment in wound care management, alternative methods of care, the role of multi-disciplinary team members and prevention strategies is also undertaken. To register for this course, please click here.

 

Horticulture – Plant Life

This course focuses on the history, taxonomy, processes and adaptations of plants through time and place. Plant anatomy (roots, leaves, stems) and physiology (transpiration, respiration, evaporation, germination) are intricately connected with all parts contributing to the health of the whole. Environmental conditions have a direct impact on plant vitality. To register for this course, please click here.