Celebrate Learning as a Life-Long Adventure!
Sierra Nevada University’s Continuing Education courses and workshops serve the Lake Tahoe communities with opportunities for lifelong learning. CE classes serve a variety of ages; some offer the option of receiving college credit.
Adult Ceramic StudioInstructor: Anthony Marrone
Spring 2021 Session
February 17 – April 7FULL
- Time: 6:30 – 8:30 pm
- Location: Holman Arts & Media Center #103
- Fee: $225 (includes tuition and lab fee)
Email Sheri Leigh O’Connor at firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on the waitlist, and for more information about future classes.
Summer Art Workshops
SNU offers a variety of summer workshops given by nationally known ceramists, glass artists, painters, sculptors, printmakers, digital artists, musicians, photographers, paper makers, jewelers, and more.
On Tuesday night at 7pm, each week during the workshops, we’ll host our “Meet the Artist” lecture in the Prim Library, which will be immediately followed by an informal reception in the Tahoe Gallery.
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AIARE Level 1 – Intro to Winter Backcountry Skills
Instructor: Rosie Hackett
This class includes the nationally recognized AIARE (American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education) Level 1 curriculum. Learn to recognize and assess avalanche hazardous conditions, choose appropriate terrain and safe travel techniques, and perform avalanche rescues. The course provides a framework for decision-making and risk management in avalanche terrain through both classroom instruction and field experience. Successful students will receive an AIARE L1 certificate.
This course will meet on zoom and in the field. Pre-course work is required. Students should be prepared with equipment to travel in the backcountry, i.e. split board/skins or skis/skins. Students must be able to safely and confidently descend black diamond terrain in variable snow conditions.
The class meets for two Zoom evening sessions and three full field days. The course is fast-paced and the material builds on itself, so it’s important to not miss anything!
Session 1: January 12 – 18, 2021FULL
Zoom class sessions: Tuesday 1/12 & Thursday 1/14, 7-9 pm.
Field days: Saturday 1/16 – Monday 1/18, 8am – 4pm.
Session 2: February 9 – 15, 2021FULL
Zoom class sessions: Tuesday 2/9 & Thursday 2/11, 7-9 pm.
Field days: Saturday 2/13 – Monday 2/15, 8am – 4pm.
- Location: TCES (Tahoe Center for Environmental Science) Rm 215
- Fee: $325
Email email@example.com to be placed on the waiting list.
Wilderness First Responder Training
JANUARY 2021 CANCELLED
Instructor: Rosie Hackett
NOLS Wilderness Medicine has cancelled the 2021 winter WFR and WFR Recert courses due to the current surge in COVID cases nationwide.
NOLS Wilderness Medicine successfully implemented a set of stringent classroom operating practices on their courses through the summer and fall. However, the situation has changed substantially. Case numbers are climbing to unprecedented levels, and healthcare systems are struggling to keep up with the demand. Due to these factors, NOLS Wilderness Medicine has significantly scaled back their course offerings through the winter and early spring.
Anyone who has enrolled in the course will receive a full refund.
For anyone who spends significant time in remote places, the Wilderness First Responder (WFR) courses will prepare you to manage medical emergencies for multiple days. Learn the current techniques, protocols and controversies in wilderness medicine through both classroom training and realistic outdoor scenarios. Recognized by the NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute (WMI). Includes WMI Adult and Child CPR & Airway Management certification.
Wilderness First Responder
- Dates: January 5 – 14, 2021
- Schedule: 7:45 am – 5 pm
- Location: TCES (Tahoe Center for Environmental Science)
- Fee: $735.00 (tuition only)
Intensive 80-hour curriculum includes a full-scale night mock rescue. Covers topics including long-term patient care, wound management, straightening angulated fractures, reducing dislocations, litter packaging and administering medications.
WFR Recertification registration is now being handled directly by NOLS. Please register and pay WMI directly.
Sierra Nevada University offers a variety of individual courses for educators to complete licensing and professional development requirements.
Expand Your Horizons – College Classes for All
High School Dual Enrollment
Qualified students at Incline High School may enroll in college-level courses and receive college credit.
Take classes from talented faculty who have distinguished careers in their field. Anyone 14 years of age and older can enroll to audit undergraduate SNU classes for up to 6 credits per semester, subject to space availability and instructor approval. Registration opens the Friday before the semester start. The cost is $66 per credit plus course fees and books.
Due to time constraints, the best way to register to audit classes is in person in the Registrar’s Office, David Hall Rm. 208, Monday – Friday 9am – 4:30pm. If you cannot come in in person, or need additional information, contact the office at 775-881-7551.
To expedite your registration, please complete the following before contacting the Registrar’s Office:
- Find the class(es) you want to audit in the Class Schedule.
- Check the Dynamic Class Schedule to check space availability in the class(es) you want to audit.
- Download the NPD (Not Proceeding Towards a Degree) Application for Enrollment from the Academic Forms section on the UG Student Forms page. Fill it out and bring it with you to the Registrar’s Office to register.