Walters State’s Division of Community Education plans auctioneering, limited license contractor, parenting and divorce, self defense and computer classes during April.
The Tennessee Limited License Contractor (LLC) course will meet 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on April 16 at the Walters State Greeneville/Greene County Campus. The cost is $495. The class goes over the processes and procedures needed to pass the LLC state exam, which enables contractors to do projects that do not exceed $70,000. Information on revising this license is available through the Division of Community Education.
An auctioneering course will meet 6-10 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from April 16-May 8. This class is $409 and meets at the Walters State Greeneville/Greene County Campus. Learn auctioneering in an easy-to-understand format. Topics include ethical and professional auctioneer operations. Upon completion of this course and passing the gallery exam, students may submit an application for gallery license. The class fee does not include the cost of licensure.
Self Defense will be taught from 9 a.m.-noon on April 27 and May 4. This class is for anyone over the age of 12. Learn practical and effective defense techniques, including survival mindset, conflict avoidance, standing combat, breaking holds and disarming. This class is taught at the Walters State Community College Morristown Campus and the cost is $60 per person.
Parents, Children and Divorce is a court-ordered class designed to help divorcing parents communicate better with each other and with their children. This class will meet from 5:30-9:30 p.m. on April 18 at the Greene Technology Center on Hal Henard Road. The fee is $50
Computer classes beginning in April include Introduction to QuickBooks, which will be taught online. Microsoft Excel – Level 1 will be taught on both the Walters State Morristown and Greeneville/Greene County Campus. Microsoft Excel – Level 3 will be offered at the Greeneville/Greene County Campus.
For more information on these or any classes, contact Amanda Hill at (423) 798-7946 or Amanda.Hill@ws.edu.