2007-03-31 / Community Life

Continuing education opportunities

Pennsylvania Highlands Community College will offer accredited college classes at the Potter County Education Council (PCEC).

The school is developing a 21-credit "certificate in heritage tourism management," in cooperation with the PCEC and the Community Education Council of Elk and Cameron Counties.

Classes will be held at either Coudersport or St. Marys, with real-time teleconferencing available between the two sites. Credits can also be used toward another certificate or degree program through Penn Highlands or the Pennsylvania Virtual Community College Consortium. The credits also are transferable to most colleges in Pennsylvania.

The course is designed to prepare students for career opportunities in the heritage tourism industry. Classes are tentatively set to begin May 15. For details, call 274-4877, 642- 2295 or 435-9490.

A+ computer

class considered

Potter County Education Council may bring an A+ Certification preparation course to Coudersport this spring if there is sufficient interest.

The 150-hour course builds on an individual's basic computer skills to equip the student for servicing computers. Focus is on hardware and operating system technology.

Cost of the course would be $1,500, with payment arrangements available. For more information, call 274- 4877 or 642-2295.

Handmade card

workshop April 7

A workshop on creation of handmade cards will be held on Saturday, April 7, in Port Allegany.

Instruction will be offered from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the PCEC Port Allegany Education Center, 8 North Main Street. Darla Davis will be the instructor. There is a $35 fee.For more information or to register, call 642-2295 or 274- 4877.

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