As the year winds down and the holiday season approaches, take advantage of this transitional period by registering for two early-season UNM-Los Alamos Community Education classes.
Both Beginning Alpine Skiing and Time Management will run during the first two weeks of January and promise to provide a fun and useful way to get a jump on the New Year.
Beginning Alpine Skiing will meet from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 10–12, at Pajarito Mountain Ski Area. Students will learn to ski introductory and beginner terrain with instructor Melissa Balice, who also teaches dance and conditioning at UNM-LA and is a member of the Professional Ski Instructors of America.
Students will be expected to provide their own clothing suitable for the weather conditions, including jackets, pants, hats, gloves, sunglasses and goggles.
The fee for Alpine Skiing is $129, plus a $90 lift ticket and equipment rental fee payable to Pajarito Mountain Ski Area.
In order to successfully carve out time for enjoying this and other activities, consider enrolling in UNM-LA’s Time Management class. Taught by Victoria Erhart, Time Management will teach students how to manage time better by setting goals, scheduling, and overcoming time-wasters and procrastination. Erhart holds an MBA and provides instruction in business technologies for UNM-LA and Strayer University.
Time Management meets from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Jan.10-17 at UNM-LA. The course fee is $160. The course is cross-listed on the credit side for those interested in earning one unit of college credit.
Those wishing to register may do so online at http://losalamos.unm.edu/community-education/registration.html. A downloadable registration form is also available online and can be mailed, emailed, faxed or dropped off in person at the UNM-LA Community Education office.
For additional information, contact Eva Artschwager at 505.663.3410 or firstname.lastname@example.org.