Continuing/Workforce Education - Summer 2013 Schedule
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Register by Phone:  Call 214 860-2260                  Register On-line Click Here or Course No.                Advising: Call 214 860-2262

PERSONAL ENRICHMENT    Eligible for Financial Aid                                                               Program Contact:  Tarsha Williams – 214 860-5764

Course and Section Number

Day

Date

Time

Hours

Room

Fee

Instructor

FSHN 1006 54150
SEWING

  M

06/03 -07/22

6:00p-10:00p

32

C330

$105

Solomon, Y.

FSHN 1006 54151
SEWING

   S

06/08- 07/27

9:00a-01:00p

32

C330

$105

Solomon, Y.

For the beginner. Emphasis will be placed on the use of the sewing machine, new construction, pattern and fabric selection, pattern and fit.

FSHD 1028 54152
PATTERN DESIGN l

     S

06/08 – 08/24

2:00p-6:00p

48

C330

$156

Solomon, Y.

An introduction to the creative design of clothing through the flat pattrn method. General principles of pattern-making using the basic five piece dress sloper. A study of dart manipulation, slashing and spreading the pattern and contouring sew lines.

FSHN 1005 54153
APPAREL ALTERATIONS

    W

06/05 – 08/21

6:00p-10:00p

48

C330

$156

Solomon, Y.

An introduction to skill development in fitting, altering, conserving, and restyling apparel for men, women and children. Preparation for fitting, alterations, conservation and restoration work for a retail store, dry cleaning establishment, wedding gown business, or historical costume collection.

FSHD 1035 54156
HAT DESIGN/MILLINERY

     S

06/08 – 07/27

9:00a-1:00p

32

C370

$156

Johnson, D.

This course is a study of the basic skills and methods used to create hats. An application of the techniques used to design and produce hats for fashion, theater, historic reproduction and education instruction purposes. Upon registration email the instructor at dalph01@yahoo.com

FDST 2033 54158
WINE FUNDAMENTALS LEVELS l& ll

   U

06/02 -08/18

12:00p-7:00p

84

C100

$1700

Wetherill, S

The International Sommelier Guild (ISG) has brought together the resources of top educational institutions, industry leaders, premier restaurateurs, wine merchants, and wine writers. The ISG has certified sommeliers for nearly 20 years and it is the only professional body that certifies sommeliers by direct instruction.

DIPLOMA SOMMELIER PROGRAM
For More Information Contact Tarsha Williams – 214 860-5764

The program is an intensive six-month course held once a week for eight clock hours. The International Sommelier Guild is the only professional body that accredits Sommeliers by direct instruction.  The curriculum covers everything from viticulture, vilification, tasting techniques, cellaring, investment strategy, menu design, and regional analysis of wines, spirits, and ales. Contact trwilliams@dcccd.edu  for more information on the Diploma Sommelier Program.

FSHD  2006 54160
FASHION DRAPING

TR

06/04 – 08/27

6:00p-8:00p

48

C335

$156

Sims, J.

Learn and practice techniques for professionally and creatively draping apparel. A study of three-dimensional fashion design conceptualization by draping in muslin or fashion fabric directly on the dress form.