Tri-C encourages community members of all ages to participate in hands-on, informative events and classes which will build skills to enhance your life.
Enroll online or call 216-987-3075 to register over the phone.
The Music Business, Opening Doors
You see the performers and enjoy their music, but did they just happen to be discovered, or were there identifiable pathways that led them to the right people and opportunities?
This course will present basic steps toward talent self-assessment, marketing and media strategies, and generating publicity.
Eastern Campus: Thu, May 22, 7:00-9:00 PM, CRN 33361
The Music Business, Image and Presence
Developing and reaching an audience is easier today due to social innovations such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
You will discover how to build a consistent presence using multiple platforms, thereby creating an enjoyable and anticipated musical experience for your listeners.
We will also discuss financing and making money through licensing and other uses of your talents.
Eastern Campus: Thu, Jun 19, 7:00-9:00 PM, CRN 33362
The Music Business, Formulas for Success
Successful image creation will be enhanced as we examine strategies and plans used by others who have made a name for themselves.
We will discuss visual transformations, networking, musical etiquette, and other means to combine your talents, appearance, and message toward reaching your audience.
Other elements of the business; mixing, mastering, and distribution will also be covered.
Eastern Campus: Thu, July 17, 7:00-9:00 PM
Steps for Achieving Good Credit
Learn how to greatly improve your credit score by following true methods not fraud or scams that you pay to have your credit repaired or eliminated.
Learn how to get your free credit report, how to read it and develop a plan to good credit.
Learn how to best strategize for a purchase of a home or refinance of current mortgage.
Eastern Campus: Thu, Apr 24, 7:00-9:00 PM
The Classic Tailoring Program
12-week fast-track training course:
Basic fundamentals of apparel tailoring and alteration Sewing fundamentals Professional-level alterations and repair
May 5 - July 28, 2014, CRN 33250
Monday and Tuesday Evenings
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
No class Monday, May 26, 2014
For more information, please contact Nancy Feighan: 216-987-4307 or email@example.com.
Career Management Skills - Tactics and Execution
Win the talent war by leveraging relationships and experience. Given the competitive market, now is the time to become the ultimate salesperson for you. You will learn to sharpen your focus on what you have to offer the marketplace, and direct those talents toward building your own personal brand.
Metro Campus: Tue, Apr 29, 6:00-9:00 PM, CRN 32994
Career Management Skills - The Headhunter Approach
Learn to think like the professionals who discover and pursue talent. Position yourself to find the opportunities you want, rather than settling for whatever you can find. Create demand for what you have to offer by determining the passions and priorities that will direct you to a specific career path.
This program will teach very specific career management techniques utilizing the methodologies of executive recruiters. Your networking will be enhanced and you will be able to target companies and contacts.
Eastern Campus: Wed, May 14, 6:00-9:00 PM, CRN 32986
Retirement's New Normal
Retirement planning is a critical element in having a comfortable lifestyle
in later years. This four-part workshop will educate you on the tools and resources
that will enable you to prepare for the new normal that exists in today’s financial marketplace.
Western Campus: Wed, May 7-28, 7:00-8:30 PM, CRN 32955
Conversations on Diversity
How does the social construction of groups affect their effectiveness?
This class examines interpersonal interaction in everyday life as it relates to race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality and social standing.
Eastern Campus: Tue, Apr 15-22, 7:00-9:00 PM, CRN 32958
Our global economy is bringing diverse groups together in the workplace as never before. A knowledge and appreciation of cultural backgrounds is critical, and this class will highlight how race, class and gender help determine an individual’s chances of working toward a comfortable life.
Metro Campus: Tue, Mar 18-25, 7:00-9:00 PM, CRN 32953
Education and Diversity
As one of the most powerful of social institutions, our educational system reflects a need for cultural understanding and an opportunity to validate students of different backgrounds. Educators at all levels will gain additional insight toward relating to diverse student populations.
Eastern Campus: Tue, Apr 1-8, 7:00-9:00 PM, CRN 32954
Women's Self Defense: Shock, Scream, Run
This practical course is designed to build self-confidence by using a woman’s natural flexibility (rather than strength) to shock an assailant, scream in a way that draws attention, and run to safety. There will be warm-ups and cool-downs, and pairings will be used for actual practice. Add to the fun by inviting a friend.
Eastern Campus: Tue, May 6-27, 7:00-8:00 PM, CRN 32967
Women's Financial Security
Whether you are a manger, director, CEO or in the early stages of your career, now is the perfect time to start planning for a comfortable future. This class will teach women in or approaching retirement, to build confidence and enable them to take control toward achieving their financial goals.
Western Campus: Tue, May 13, 7:00-8:30 PM, CRN 32956
Successful Women Think Differently
Everyone makes first impressions all the time, so how can you improve the impression you make? We all make instantaneous first impressions of others as well. They are quick, powerful and surprisingly accurate. This seminar is designed to sharpen your way of thinking about how you project yourself and how better to position yourself for the outcomes you want. Create a new you!
Eastren Campus: Tue, May 8, 7:00-9:00 PM, CRN 33435
Getting Paid to Talk, Making Money with Your Voice
This exciting class will explore numerous aspects of voice-over work for television, film, radio, audio books, documentaries and the Internet in your area. The class is informative, fun, interactive and a great first step for anyone interested in voice acting professionally.
Eastern Campus: Mon, Jun 2, 6:30-9:00 PM
Milestones in Rock & Roll History
This trip down memory lane will have sessions featuring musical theory, historical elements, milestones, social settings, and the culture that brought us Rock and Roll. All ages will enjoy
this journey through a period that helped define a nation, especially during tumultuous times.
There will be a chronology of Top Ten Hits from1949 through 1964, one-hit wonders, and over 100 original recordings by the original artists. Come along, reserve your seat, and get ready for fun, fun, fun.
Western Campus: Wed, Apr 16-May 21, 6:30-8:00 PM, CRN 32958
This fascinating class explores the unseen, intriguing work of the paranormal, addresses theories on ghostsand hauntings, and offers techniques for researching and investigating paranormal activity. You will be amazed by the discussion of earthbound spirits, electronic voice phenomena and the type of field investigation that goes into paranormal investigation. Come experience the seen and unseen world that you have been missing.
Eastern Campus: Wed, May 7 - 28, 7:00-9:00 PM, CRN 32961
Adventures in the Italian Language
More classes coming soon!
Buongiorno! You’ve heard the language on television and movies, and now is your chance to begin your study of Italian and how to use it for conversation and basic understanding. This four-part course will help your comprehension, build vocabulary and prepare you to carry on an Italian conversation you can implement in daily living. Attention will be given to language, culture and grammar, all with the goal of helping you navigate your way through everyday living situations.The course will assume no prior knowledge of the language.
More classes coming soon!
Buon Viaggio! Join us for an Italian linguistic and culture adventure in preparation for that special trip to Italy.This course will increase comprehension and grammatical usage, especially in the types of travel situations you will encounter. We will examine foods, culture, geography and, of course, restaurant meal ordering, transportation, directions, greetings, medical and other
key phrases. A reference book will be included with the class.
Mindfulness/Meditation for Stress & Mental Clarity
Learn skills and techniques in mindful practices including focusing, breathing, relaxation, and progressive muscle relaxation.
Become aware of when you are holding stress and how to balance tension in your body. Specific meditations will be taught for you to use on a daily basis.
Eastern Campus: Wed, Apr 23, 7-9:30 PM, CRN 32973