Neumann University will host an information session on October 19 to present its expanded menu of continuing education classes for adults in the Phoenixville area. The session will run from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Franklin Commons, 400 Franklin Avenue, just six blocks north of the Gay Street Bridge in Phoenixville. Instructors will be on hand to explain the classes and answer questions.
Offerings include classes for personal enrichment, professional development and money-saving skills. There are computer education classes in Social Networking, Google Apps, Internet Safety and Computer Forensics as well as a special Computer Basics course for senior citizens. Professional development classes include Networking, Medical Terminology, Medical Billing, and CLE/CPE classes for attorneys and accountants.
A series of For Ladies Only Home Repair classes cover topics such as Energy Savings, Caulk and Grout, Potty Talk and Safe at Home.
Planned for 2011 are ACT 48 classes for teachers as well as courses entitled Multiple Intelligences, Character Education, Wellness, and Intergenerational Wisdom.
Area adults are also invited to attend a free seminar that night at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Leonard DiPaul, a member of the Neumann University faculty and executive director of Pastoral and Theological Studies, will present "Making Your Life Better, For Free."
To learn more about the information session, contact Carol Giampietro, director of Neumann’s Phoenixville site, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-832-0523.
Neumann has been educating adult learners since 1974 and has been offering courses in Phoenixville since 2007. Through its main campus in Aston, Delaware County, Neumann offers undergraduate degree programs for adults in a classroom setting, completely online, or as a mix of online and classroom instruction. In the field of graduate studies, Neumann offers master’s degrees in Education, Nursing, Pastoral Care and Counseling, Sport Management, and Strategic Leadership.