Learn to maneuver and operate a motorcycle in a controlled, off-street environment. TheBRC1 course offers approximately five hours of classroom instruction and 10 hours of riding exercises in a controlled environment. Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a waiver for the skills test to obtain your motorcycle license, and you may qualify for discounted insurance rates. For more information on class dates and times, or to register, please email or call 606-780-0629.
This is an introduction to the creative aspects of photography and to teach students to look for opportunities to take interesting, good-quality photographs using whatever type of camera they own. This course is designed for amateurs who are basically familiar with, or can easily learn, the operations of their camera. With mechanics aside, we can begin to focus on function and creativity. The class will be held at the Licking Valley Extension, Harrison Square, Tuesdays beginning June 3rd through July 29th, 2014 omitting June 24th. Preregistration and payment is due by May 23, 2014. Cost is $40. For more information or to register, please email or call Lennie at 859-234-6689 extension 105.
Speeds are higher and riders should be riding their own motorcycle for this excellent BRC2 refresher course. Practice and renew your basic riding skills with on-cycle maneuvers specifically designed to reinforce safe riding strategies in a controlled, off-street environment. A classroom component discusses safety concepts based on past riding experiences and current knowledge. Passengers are permitted with a licensed operator on a personal motorcycle. The course meets a minimum of six hours on a Saturday (one day training). Fee: $25.00
For more information, or to register please email or call 606-780-0629.
Change your life in an instant! Instant Admissions Day will take place on Tuesday, July 22 from 8:00am to 4:30pm at all MCTC locations: Maysville Campus, Rowan Campus, Licking Valley Campus, Montgomery Extension and Paris Extension. The event will help you enroll in fall 2014 classes quickly by completing Compass testing, transcript evaluation, advising, registration and the financial aid application (FAFSA) in just one campus visit. Complete the Admission Application prior to July 22 and then call to reserve a spot.
Classes for the 2014 Fall semester will begin on August 18th.
For 16-week courses: August 24th is the last day to withdraw and receive 100% tuition refund or remove tuition and fee liability. It is also the last day to drop a course without a grade and the last day to add a class.