Club Westly

Club Westly - Your Place for Lifelong Learning

Lifelong learning has numerous benefits including increased confidence, wider social connections, expanded possibilities in the workplace, and healthier minds and bodies, just to name a few.

Through Club Westly, you can take a class to learn for leisure, to stay relevant in the workplace, to keep your mind sharp or simply to fight boredom!

Pouring a glass of wineFeatured Class: Wines from Around the World

Broaden your knowledge of wine by joining us as we explore the foundations of different wine types. Each month you will taste your way through two to three different worldwide regions of the featured wine while discussing popular food pairings. Must be at least 21 to attend. Registration ends the Tuesday prior to class. $25 tuition + $10 material fee

  • Cabernet Sauvignon from Paso Robles, California, Chile & Barossa,
    Australia
    • Monday, August 3, 6-7 p.m.
    • PRDX 9037-54
  • Aromatic from Mosel Germany (sweet & dry) & Alsace (semi-dry)
    • Monday, September 14, 6-7 p.m.
    • PRDX 9037-55 

Fun with Friends

Bring your friends. Make some more. Discover new interests.

Broaden your knowledge of wine by joining us as we explore the foundations of different wine types. Each month you will taste your way through two to three different worldwide regions of the featured wine while discussing popular food pairings. Must be at least 21 to attend. Registration ends the Tuesday prior to class. David Pearce-Smith, $25 tuition + $10 material fee

  • Cabernet Sauvignon from Paso Robles, California, Chile & Barossa, Australia
    • PRDX 9037-54          Monday, August 3, 6-7 p.m.
  • Aromatic from Mosel Germany (sweet & dry) & Alsace (semi-dry)
    • PRDX 9037-55        Monday, September 14, 6-7 p.m.

Do you love the Beatles? Interested in their history from famine to fame? Join us for this one-hour, remote (via Zoom) class that will delve into how the Beatles made history. Discuss how the Beatles changed the world of music, as we know it, and how they have impacted you personally. Deborah Kazsimer, $10 tuition

MSCX 0125-R10 Wednesday, July 15, 6-7 p.m.

 

Personal Enrichment

Explore a new interest!

Using the Donna Dewberry’s one-stroke painting method, you will learn how to load your brush with two different colors of acrylic paint to blend, highlight and shade, along with the proper brushstrokes to create flowers, vines, etc. You will leave class with an 11” x 14” canvas of rosebuds and wisteria you painted. No experience necessary. Supply list will be mailed. Registration ends July 9. Class limited to eight students. Gloria Casale, One Stroke certified instructor, $25 tuition + $2 material fee

RTSX 6647-10 Thursday, July 23, 6-9 p.m.

You will explore how stress affects your physical and emotional health. The focus will be on deep breathing, chair yoga, and progressive relaxation. Tiffany Chan, $10 tuition

PHSX 7999-R10 Tuesday, July 7, 6-7:15 p.m.

A program of continuous, non-strenuous movements designed to improve mental focus and concentration, relax and tone the major joints in the body, increase energy levels and build internal strength and suppleness. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Linda Vucelich, $35 tuition

MEDX 8018-10 5 Thursdays starting August 6, 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Intergenerational Classes

Make memories with a child in your life while learning something new.

Come join us and prepare delicious blueberry and strawberry muffins as you make memories in the kitchen. One adult
must accompany each child. Both must register. Bring a drink and aprons to class. Dianne Palmieri, $10 tuition + $5 material fee

FODK 7553-96 Thursday, July 16, 1:30-3:30 p.m.

Make memories in the kitchen as Chef Schmucker introduces you to different types of pastas used throughout history and
today. He will also show you the different ways to make fresh and dry pastas, which you will prepare. You will make sauce from scratch to accompany your pastas. One adult must accompany each youth. Both must register. Bring an apron for each of
you. Chef Scott Schmucker, Ed.D., CEC, CCE, $39 tuition + $10 material fee

FODX 6503-10 Wednesday, July 22, 5-8:30 p.m.

Professional Development

Expand your knowledge. Chase better career prospects. Increase your earning power.

Especially for future and emerging leaders in Gen Y, come discover the key concepts of being a leader and the best strategies for developing your leadership skills and influence. Learn the unspoken secrets that leaders know and the strategies they employ/exhibit to influence others. Leadership skills are acquired and learned. The action takes place in attending meetings, running meetings, interacting with others 1:1, and employing successful techniques to convince and influence others. You can become a leader if you know the dos and don’ts; what to say, what not to say; what to do, and what not to do. William Draves, $145 tuition, 1.6 CEUs

JREX 1360-W1 July 6-July 31 (online)

Designed for non-lawyers, this course will provide business owners, managers, supervisors and HR professionals with a roadmap for effectively handling complicated employee-related issues that affect today’s legal-prone work environment. Each class contains guidelines, step-by-step compliance instructions, and practical leadership skills, methods, and techniques proven strategies for successfully managing employees and for complying with state and federal workplace laws. Lupe McElroy, $195 tuition (includes book), 1.6 CEUs

SMBX 9006-W1 July 6-July 31 (online)

Evaluate the many aspects and potential hurdles of your business and build the business plan, one step at a time. Focusing on the most critical components of the business plan enables you to uncover hidden risks and assess the business from a marketing, management and financial vantage point. Mary Beth Izard, MBA, $195 tuition (includes book), 1.6 CEUs

SMBX 0448-W1 July 6-July 31 (online)

Gain skills to be an effective team member and leader in the workplace by taking control of the conversation, managing your reactions and navigating problematic interactions with ease. These skills will guide you to find your voice and communicate effectively in workplace interactions, making day-to-day interactions run smoothly. Kate Webster, $245 tuition (includes book), 1.6 CEUs

JREX 1348-W1 July 6-July 31 (online)

Discover what motivates each generation at work, what incentives they respond to and what messages they value. Generations X and Y are significantly different than the Boomer generation. Each generation has different expectations and styles of work in the workplace. How-to tips and techniques for managing Boomers, Gen Xer and Millennials in the workplace will identified. Karissa Dellabough, $175 tuition (includes book), 1.6 CEUs

JREX 4859-W1 August 3-August 28 (online)

Acquire a well-rounded knowledge of the five Project Management Processes relating to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) Guide. This basic information will assist you in learning the beginnings of Project Management, whether you are interested in project management, in a project management field or in any line of work. Come away with a solid foundation of the five processes to learn and use when any type of project occurs in your employment arena. Christina Mitchell, $195 tuition, 1.6 CEUs

JREX 6657-W1 July 6-31 (online)

Most everyone has been on Zoom calls, but do we really know how it works and how to use it effectively? Join us for this two-class series to explore Zoom settings, scheduling, and behind the scenes tips and tricks. Functionality that you manage as a host will also be presented such as security, audio, video, chat, sharing, etc. This is a remote class through Zoom and you will need a computer/tablet with internet access. Grace Sandy. $19 tuition

DAPX 9050-R10 2 Saturdays starting July 18, 10-11 a.m.

You will be introduced to the essential Excel features. You will create worksheets by entering and editing data, manage and navigate worksheets and workbooks, create formulas, use functions, manipulate worksheet data, format worksheet contents and prepare, set up and print information. Windows knowledge is required. Textbook available at the College Store. Bring flash drive to class. 30-minute lunch on your own. Richard Martz, $59 tuition + required textbook, .6 CEUs

DAPX 1778-01 Friday, July 24, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Keep the information in your Word document easy to read using tables, charts or headers and footers. Explore QuickParts to insert preformatted text and reach beyond your desktop to work with documents saved and stored in your OneDrive cloud storage. Inspect a document before sharing, limit others editing, track the editing and formatting changes others have made, create comments, and combine or compare separate reviewer’s comments. Work with mass mailing tools to communicate with a large number of people. Windows and Word knowledge is required. Carol Shoemaker, $59 tuition + $2 material fee + required text, .6 CEUs

DAPX 9204-R10 Friday, July 17, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

If you are new to Project Management, train and earn your PMI Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) ®. The CAPM certification is designed as an entry-level certification for project managers with minimal experience. By training for and passing your CAPM certification you can demonstrate clear foundational training and skills to begin your career as a Project Manager. To earn your CAPM, you need to have: High School or equivalent diploma; minimum of 1500 hours experience or 23 hours of Project Management training (this course satisfies the training requirement). Courseware and test voucher included. $2,380 tuition, 3.2 CEUs

This class is offered in an Online Live format in partnership with New Horizons. In this format, you have the benefits of being in a dynamic interactive learning enironment while being at home, work or anywhere with Internet access. These online classes are instructor-led and synchronous.

JREX 6659-W2 Monday through Thursday, July,20-23 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (online)

JREX 6659-W3 Tuesday through Friday, August 11-14, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (online)

JREX 6659-W4 Tuesday through Friday, September 22-25, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (online)

Gain an understanding of data analysis with Power BI. You will learn how to create visualizations, implement the Power BI mobile app. Prior to taking the class, it is recommended you have excellent knowledge of relational databases and reporting, basic knowledge of data warehouse schema topology (including star and snowflake), some exposure to programming constructs (such as looping and branching) and familiarity with Excel. $1,785 tuition, 2.4 CEUs

This class is offered in an Online Live format in partnership with New Horizons. In this format, you have the benefits of being in a dynamic interactive learning environment while being at home work or anywhere with Internet access. These online classes are instructor-led and synchronous.

JREX 0009-W2 Wednesday, Thursday & Friday, July 15-17, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. (online)

JREX 0009-W3 Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, August 24-26, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (online)

JREX 0009-W4 Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, September 21-23, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. (online)

Add BI techniques to your Excel data analysis. Learn to explore and extend a classic Excel dashboard and an Excel data model, create measures using advanced DAX functions and create a Power BI dashboard with Excel. Prior to taking the course, you should have experience analyzing data with Excel. $1,785 tuition, 2.4 CEUs

This class is offered in an Online Live format in partnership with New Horizons. In this format, you have the benefits of being in a dynamic interactive environment while being at home, work or anywhere with Internet access. These online classes are instructor-led and synchronous.

JREX 0008-W1 Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, July 6-8, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (online)

JREX 0008-W2 Wednesday, Thursday & Friday, August 5-7, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (online)

JREX 0008-W3 Wednesday, Thursday & Friday, September 9-11, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (online)

Registration

Ready to register? Call us at  724-925-4204 with your course code and payment information. We look forward to seeing you!