• Personal Enrichment courses

Crafts and Hobbies

Carpentry - Minor Home Repair and Projects

This is an introductory course for home owners. Students learn the theories and manipulative skills involved in the proper use of hand tools and machinery dealing with the repair and maintenance of a cottage. The student gains practical experience in performing typical minor home repairs. Safety is stressed.

Learner Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the course, you will learn: 1) What Personal Protective Equipment is necessary while working with tools and equipment necessary for minor home repair and fabrication. 2) How to use and manipulate hand and electrical tool safely. 3. How to design and fabricate items for home use


Section - ENR4200-016


Section - ENR4200-017

Personal Enrichment

Carpentry - Minor Home Repair and Projects

This is an introductory course for home owners. Students learn the theories and manipulative skills involved in the proper use of hand tools and machinery dealing with the repair and maintenance of a cottage. The student gains practical experience in performing typical minor home repairs. Safety is stressed.

Learner Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the course, you will learn: 1) What Personal Protective Equipment is necessary while working with tools and equipment necessary for minor home repair and fabrication. 2) How to use and manipulate hand and electrical tool safely. 3. How to design and fabricate items for home use


Section - ENR4200-016


Section - ENR4200-017

Introduction to Beekeeping

This 4-hour course is for beginners, hobbyists, and people wanting to know more about beekeeping.  Lecture and discussion of Beekeeping basics.  Participants will learn how to get started and what to do next. 

Learner Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

1.  Have a basic understanding of honeybee biology.

2. Understand the relationship between bees and flowers and the importance of pollination.

3. Understand what honey is and how it is harvested.

4. Have a familiarity with the parts and function of the modern beehive.

5. Have an introduction to basic beehive inspection, tools, and protective gear.

Section - AGR4000 Coming in the future

Junior Tennis

9:00-10:00am  Beginners (generally 5-10yrs):  Start with some easy games and exercises to begin to learn the basics

10:15-11:15am    Intermediate (generally 11-15yrs middle school ages): Learn all the rules of the game including scoring. You will actually play games and perfect your technique.

11:30-1:30pm  Advanced (generally high school age): Great for students who want to perfect their game strategy for tournaments. Prepare for the State High School matches and get ready for the Championship

INSTRUCTORErnie Blachowiak has held various offices in the Kauai Tennis Association since 1985.  He has coached high school tennis since 1986.  In addition, he is the currently teaching beginning and intermediate tennis at Kauai Community College to the credit students. 

Prequisites

Parents must register in person and complete waiver forms prior to class starting. You can find a digital version of the waiver HERE. Call us at 245-8318 for current Schedule.


Section - FIT4010-027


Section - FIT4010-028


Section - FIT4010-029


Section - FIT4010-030


Section - FIT4010-031

Musical Theatre

This course provides students with the opportunity to study vocal and theatrical technique in a musical theatre context.

Learner Outcomes

This course provides students with the opportunity to study vocal and theatrical technique in a musical theatre context.


Section - ART4021-001

Songwriting and Transcription (MUS254)

The course is divided into three parts, and each part constitutes approximately one-third of the semester. Part I focuses on developing aural skills (recognition and notation of intervals, rhythm, and harmony) and the setting of text and music. Part II is a study of standard song structures, harmonic progressions, and notation with the Sibelius music software. Part III will be devoted to song composition. The student will compose at least four songs and notate them with the Sibelius music software.

Prequisites

MUS 108 or 253 (Elementary Music in Action) Completed/C


Section - ART4020-001

Tennis Drills &Strategies for Adults

This class is for the adult tennis player who wants to fine-tune their skills. There will be new techniques and strategies used in making a decent player, a better player.


Section - FIT4001-018

Voice 2 (MUS 122B)

This course is a continuation of MUS 121B and develops principles of voice production, correct voice placement, breath control, vocal range, diction, dynamics, phrasing, interpretation, and stage presence. Students perform songs of various styles.

Learner Outcomes

This course is a continuation of MUS 121B and develops principles of voice production, correct voice placement, breath control, vocal range, diction, dynamics, phrasing, interpretation, and stage presence. Students perform songs of various styles.


Section - ART4022-001

Personal Health and Wellness

Tennis Drills &Strategies for Adults

This class is for the adult tennis player who wants to fine-tune their skills. There will be new techniques and strategies used in making a decent player, a better player.


Section - FIT4001-018

Youth Program

Junior Tennis

9:00-10:00am  Beginners (generally 5-10yrs):  Start with some easy games and exercises to begin to learn the basics

10:15-11:15am    Intermediate (generally 11-15yrs middle school ages): Learn all the rules of the game including scoring. You will actually play games and perfect your technique.

11:30-1:30pm  Advanced (generally high school age): Great for students who want to perfect their game strategy for tournaments. Prepare for the State High School matches and get ready for the Championship

INSTRUCTORErnie Blachowiak has held various offices in the Kauai Tennis Association since 1985.  He has coached high school tennis since 1986.  In addition, he is the currently teaching beginning and intermediate tennis at Kauai Community College to the credit students. 

Prequisites

Parents must register in person and complete waiver forms prior to class starting. You can find a digital version of the waiver HERE. Call us at 245-8318 for current Schedule.


Section - FIT4010-027


Section - FIT4010-028


Section - FIT4010-029


Section - FIT4010-030


Section - FIT4010-031

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