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Personal Protection in the Home - LIFE 1039
with Pat Lewis
The goal of this course is to develop the students' basic knowledge, skills and attitude essential to the safe and efficient use of a handgun for protection of self and family. The course will also provide information on the law-abiding citizen's right to self-defense. Students must provide 200 rounds and their own .38 caliber or larger (non-magnum) center-fire handguns and ammunition. Ammunition must be factory-loaded, full metal jacket design (no reloads). Continued participation in this class will require a student to demonstrate safe handling skills and complete a shooting proficiency evaluation with his/her handgun during the first-class session. Attendance is mandatory on all class days. Students missing class days will be unable to continue with the course and will not receive a refund due to lack of attendance or outside the published course refund policy. Students must present proof of participation (a signed certificate of completion) in either the LCCC/LCSD Basic Pistol Course or the NRA Basic Pistol Course on the first night of class. Any firearms brought to the course will be unloaded prior to entering the LCSD Building. Ammunition and firearms must be carried in separate containers. In order to participate in this course, class participants must pass a criminal background check run by the sheriff's department prior to the start of the course. Students must be a law-abiding resident of the United States, 21 years of age or older and agree to adhere to the LCCC student code of conduct while attending class. No class 11/23.
Medicare Advantage Plan, Long-term Care Insurance and Medigap Clarified - LIFE 2077
with Charlie Simineo
Medicare Advantage Plans are new to Wyoming. What are they? What's the difference between a Medigap policy and Supplemental Medicare policy? What is the best time to buy a Medigap or a Supplemental Medicare policy? What does the alphabet have to do with a Medigap policy? Is a Medicare Advantage plan, or regular Medicare with a Supplemental plan, best for me? A portion of the class will be spent on long term care policies as well. We will define terms frequently used, the length of time long term care policies pay and how you know what they pay for. Additionally, we will find out where and when you should buy them.
Driver's Education - LIFE 1096
with Dave Harris
In-class instruction will be held in person Tuesday and Thursday Evenings from 5:30 to 8:30 PM and Saturdays 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. In-car instruction and observation times will be selected during the first hour on the first day of class.
The driver's education course is a program consisting of 30 classroom hours, six hours of in-car instruction (outside of classroom hours) and six hours of observation as set forth by the Wyoming State Department of Education. The course meets the basic requirements of the Wyoming Department of Transportation. REQUIREMENTS: (1) one parent must attend the first ½ hour to hour of the first class (for those students under 18); (2) student must have their driving permit prior to registration; (3) student must provide their own licensed and insured vehicle for the one-on-one driving portion of the class, and; (4) attendance is required at each class for the certificate to be issued. It is highly encouraged for students to have at least 10 hours of driving experience before class starts. There is optional simulator time available for interested registered driver's education students. Contact the Life Enrichment office for more details and to sign up for available slots. Students who do not successfully complete the course may be eligible for additional instruction time for a fee. For more information on this program, please see our website at lccc.wy.edu/lifeEnrichment.
Ultimate Bootcamp for Writers 3.0 - LIFE 2098
with Mary Billiter
The Ultimate Bootcamp for Writers 3.0 offers three sessions that are longer in classroom time and commitment. Writers will hit the ground running with five submitted pages of their work in progress to the instructor before the first class begins. The Ultimate Bootcamp 3.0 will challenge writers to double-down on their writing and marketing. From finding an agent and drafting a submission packet, to the pros and cons of self-publishing, writers will leave with more developed, refined work.