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Spring Into the Virtual World April 15

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PCC Remote Learning

COVID-19 and its impact to Oregon has prompted a series of fast-paced responses that continue to alter our day-to-day lives. With the well-being of our students, staff and faculty as the college’s priority, PCC’s Community Education Program has canceled all in-person classes.

Online/Remote Courses.
We still have hundreds of courses offered remotely so you can enrich your life – from the comfort of your own home. Classes start April 15 so register today!

For more about PCC’s response to COVID-19, visit: https://www.pcc.edu/coronavirus/

Spring Online/Remote Learning Opportunities

ACCOUNTING & FINANCE – Apr. 15
Quickbooks 2016 Level 1, 2
Quickbooks for Contractors
Quickbooks Online
Crystal Reports 11 Level 1
Microsoft Excel – Pivot Tables
Microsoft Office Value Suite
MS Access Level 1, 2, 3
MS Excel Level 1, 2, 3
MS Office Level 1, 2, 3
Register Here!

ARTS – Apr. 15
Drawing for the Absolute Beginner
Guitar Level 1
Interior Design
Music Made Easy
Register Here!

CREATIVE WRITING – April 15
Advanced Fiction Writing
How to make Money from Your Writing
Internet Writing Markets
Journaling
Mystery Writing
Publish and Sell Your E-Books
Research Methods for Writers
Romance Writing
Screenwriting
The Craft of Magazine Writing
The Keys to Effective Editing
Travel Writing
Write Fiction Like a Pro
Write Your Life Story
Writereffic: Creativity Training for Writers
Writing Essentials
Writing for Children
Writing for ESL
Writing Young Adult Fiction
Register Here!

LANGUAGES – Apr. 15
Beginning Conversational French
Conversational Japanese
Enhancing Language Development Childhood
Instant Italian
Spanish in the Classroom
Spanish for Medical Professionals
Spanish for Law Enforcement
Speed Spanish I
Speed Spanish II
Speed Spanish III
Writing for ESL
Register Here!

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY – Apr. 15
Digital Scrapbooking
Discover Digital Photography
Intermediate Photoshop CC
Mastering Your Digital SLR Camera
Photographing Nature With Your Digital Camera
Photographing People With Your Digital Camera
Photography Suite
Register Here! 

GRAPHIC AND MULTIMEDIA DESIGN – Apr. 15
How to Start Game Development
Illustrator CS6 Level 1
Photoshop CC for the Digital Photographer Level 1
Photoshop CC for the Digital Photographer Level 2
Photoshop CC Level 1
Photoshop CS5 Level 2
Photoshop CS6 Level 1
Photoshop CS6 Level 2
Photoshop Elements for the Digital Photographer
Photoshop Elements for the Digital Photographer II
Secrets for Better Photography
Travel Photography for the Digital Photographer
Register Here!

PERSONAL FINANCE – Apr. 15
Keys to Successful Money Management
Personal Finance
Real Estate Investing
Stocks, Bonds and Investing: Oh, My!
Where Does all My Money Go?
Register Here! 

PUBLISHING – Apr. 15
Beginner’s Guide to Getting Published
Internet Writing Markets
The Craft of Magazine Writing
Register Here!

TECHNOLOGY – Apr. 15
Java Programming
C# Programming
C++ for the Absolute Beginner
Creating Mobile Apps HTML5
PHP MYsQL
Programming Level 1, 2
Python
Responsive Web Design
Visual Basic
XML: Level 1
Register Here! 

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x by Karla 1 month ago

Hi,

I’m wanting to take an online class in Wine, for learning more about the wine industry.

Does PCC offer online class like this?

Thank you!

Karla

x by Justin Eslinger 1 month ago

Hi Karla,

Thanks for the question! We don’t have an online wine class for Spring 2020 but we are working on our summer 2020 class catalog now. Check back on May 18th. Thanks again!

Justin

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