IT computer protocols are necessary to protect your business and customers’ information. Through a one-one-one session with a certified IT audit director, learn the current rationale, tactics, and techniques required to manage this critical mission. Contact MCST Adult Education for the detailed list of computer network controls that will be covered. Call the Adult Ed office (596-7752 opt.3) to set up the 2-hour session to suit your mutual schedules.
What ignites the desire to learn some interesting facts about personal family history? You hear a mysterious, dynamic, questionable story—is it real or imagined? Fact checking shows how essential it is to have documentation to back up the story. In families, the difficulty with random recall illustrates how family histories can be confused, or lost over time if they are not shared and documented. In this one evening session geared for ages 16+, you will be part of a multigenerational learning and listening experience. Participate in a “begin with what you know” story circle and witness what happens to family stories over time. Learn the importance of sharing and documenting your stories, and the value and impact they have to this and future generations.
You're all grown up now, but remember when you built your first model car from a kit? Relive that experience and more by taking some artistic expression with plastic modeling. This course may be right for you if you like using your hands, getting creative, and putting something together that is unique, challenging, and rewarding. Modeling knows no limits, so this course is designed for anyone over age 16+ and will take you from the very basics, to the move advanced, and anything in between. Using a six week time frame, we will cover good fundamental techniques of modeling along with solid painting techniques from our resident auto collision instructor that will help you to create something to be enjoyed and treasured when completed. Plastic modeling comes in many different subject matters: cars, planes, boats, buildings, animals, human figures, and science fiction, and beyond. So, come with your chosen model and be prepared to have a great time making new friends and getting creative in this course. A list of suggested supplies/tools will be provided when you enroll.
Are you shocked at what winter does to your landscape? Learn appropriate techniques and winter pruning for preserving your shrubs and flowering trees from the rigors of ice, wind, heavy snow, January thaw, etc. What are the best supplies for tree and shrub protection? Avoid the appearance of totally brown ornamentals. Q&A is encouraged.
This class is designed to aid you in saving, filing and retrieving your documents. This is recommended for all levels of user, is needed for all programs, and is not exclusive to the Google Drive. If necessary, this class can be presented via Zoom. If you're enrolling, be sure to complete the following form:
Come learn how to use this cloud-based video conferencing platform which lets you attend classes virtually and meet with others either by video or audio-only or both! Zoom creates a way for in-person classes to still “meet” and enjoy the ability to connect with others. We will show you how to download the Zoom app and explore its basic features. Also, we will create a “Zoom meeting” so you can practice and gain confidence in using it. Some helpful resources will be provided. Bring your laptop, tablet, or phone (iOS or Android) to this class, but if you cannot, we will provide a device for you to use. This class is free, but you must register in advance to attend. Call the Adult Ed office: 596-7752 ext.3.