Adult Enrichment Programs

Invest in yourself!

County College of Morris offers a variety of enrichment programs. We offer classes to enrich your mind, your body and your spirit. There is a class for everyone.

CCM's Cooking School

Take extended length credit courses for non-credit costs!

The CCM Cooking School is for those individuals who have developed or are developing a passion for cooking and seek classical training.  Stand alongside students in CCM's Culinary Arts degree program learning the skills and recipes used by professional chefs.  Non-credit students will not be responsible for the academic work (homework, tests, etc.).  Take your cooking to the next level.

Courses require students to wear a chef's uniform of black and white check chef's pants, white knot button chef's coat, CCM baseball or skull cap and closed-toe non-slip shoes - all available at the CCM campus store, restaurant outlets or online.

The Teaching Kitchen is located in the Student Community Center and features eight mini-kitchens that students use to create the cuisine du jour.

Directions for the Teaching Kitchen:  The Teaching Kitchen is located in the Student Center.  To enter from Parking Lot 6, go into the building and through the Davidson Room A door immediately on your right. Walk through the door directly opposite you labeled Culinary Arts Dept.  Refer to campus map for directions (www.ccm.edu), CCM Site Map (bottom of screen), Campus Map, Building 1).

See the Continuing Education schedule at www.ccm.edu/businessCommunity for specific courses available each semester.

To register, go to https://webadvisor.ccm.edu/ and click on "Continuing Education (Non-Credit)." Have your credit card, social security number, and 5 digit course code number ready.

Golf

Never played golf before? Tired of being called a hacker? These courses are extremely helpful for golfers! Topics include: equipment, rules of the game, basic grip, golf swing, putting and scoring. Make your trip to the course an enjoyable experience with a lesson on pace of play and etiquette.  Learn how to practice while developing timing, rhythm, and muscle memory through repetition for a smooth swing. Don’t be left behind. Bring your own clubs or a limited number of clubs are provided by CCM.

Adding to our popular golf programs, take your game to the next level with small class lessons on individual strokes. Each course focuses on a specific stroke teaching the mechanics of that stroke along with how to read the course for best results and emphasis on hitting the ball where you want it to go. Take just one or try them all! Watch your game improve.

Course CodeCourse TitleCEUs
SFD-195Introduction To Golf
SFD-270Intermediate Golf
SFD-332Off the Tee - Driving Clinic
SFD-333Fairway to Green - Second Shot Clinic
SFD-334The Chip Shot - Your Shot Game Clinic
SFD-335Finish the Hole - Putting Clinic

To register, go to https://webadvisor.ccm.edu/ and click on "Continuing Education (Non-Credit)." Have your credit card, social security number, and 5 digit Course Code number ready.

Languages

American Sign Language Courses

For many years, CCM's American Sign Language program has been assisting teachers, parents and friends of the hearing impaired communicate more effectively with the hearing impaired and some individuals on the autistic spectrum.  You too can increase your ability to communicate by learning this "second language" of speaking through your hands.

See Our additional language courses in the Online Learning Section.

Course CodeCourse TitleCEUs
GEN-250American Sign Language 1
GEN-423American Sign Language 2
GEN-481American Sign Language 3

To register, go to https://webadvisor.ccm.edu/ and click on "Continuing Education (Non-Credit)." Have your credit card, social security number, and 5 digit Course Code number ready.

Holistic Health and Wellness

In our increasingly hectic society filled with ever greater stressors, caring for your mind, body and spirit is becoming even more important for continued healthy living.  CCM is expanding on its popular Mixed Yoga classes with a beginners course.  Come see how a few minutes each day of mindful relaxation and stretching along with intentional energy channeling can significantly improve your well-being by reducing stress, increasing flexibility and balance and improving mobility.  Courses fill up quickly, so register early!

Course CodeCourse TitleCEUs
MDB-161Yoga for Beginners0
MDB-162Mixed Level Yoga0
MDB-166Mixed Level Yoga - Kripalu Tradition0

To register, go to https://webadvisor.ccm.edu/ and click on "Continuing Education (Non-Credit)." Have your credit card, social security number, and 5 digit Course Code number ready.

Online Learning

www.ed2go.com/ccm

Spanish for Medical Personnel: Learn medical Spanish quickly and easily, honing your basic conversational skills and mastering key healthcare words and phrases.

Conversational Japanese: This course is easy and enjoyable for beginners to master the essentials of the Japanese language.

Spanish in the Classroom: Learn the essential Spanish for teachers so you can communicate effectively with your Spanish-speaking students and parents.

Online High School Diploma: View options at www.gatlineducation.com/ccm.

GED Preparation: Want to pass the GED test? This course will help you develop the skills you'll need to succeed.  Classroom options: For daytime GED classes, contact Morris County School of Technology at 973- 627-4600.

Jim Chegwidden, CCM Golf Coach

Mark Cosgrove, Chef, Chair of CCM Culinary Arts Department

Patricia Crew, Chef, CCM Adjunct Faculty - Culinary Arts

Marina Cupo, Certified Command Spanish Instructor,

Susanne Lowery, Certified Chef, CCM Adjunct Professor - Culinary Arts

Leah McCLoskey, CPP Instructor - ALS

Nancy Nussbaum, Certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor, CPP Instructor

Linda Pacchiano, Certified Chef, CPP Instructor

David Seaman, RYT200 Certified Yoga Instructor

CCM's Cooking School

See the current Continuing Education Course Schedule at www.ccme.edu/businesscommunity for specific courses offered this semester.

 Golf

Course usage information

Introduction To Golf

Never play golf before? Tired of being called a hacker? This course is extremely helpful for the first-time golfer! Topics include: equipment, rules of the game, basic grip, golf swing, putting and scoring. Make your first trip to the course an enjoyable experience with a lesson on pace of play and etiquette. Learn how to practice while developing timing, rhythm, and muscle memory through repetition for a smooth swing. Don't be left behind. Bring your own clubs or a limited number of clubs are provided by CCM. Must be 18 years of age. Class size 14. SFD-195.


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Intermediate Golf

Tee it up at Farmstead Golf Course for an instructional nine holes of golf. This is a hands-on learning experience from tee to green. Understand club selection, course management, the rules, and how the natural elements come into play. Bring your own clubs, balls, soft spike shoes and other equipment to play. You should arrive by 5 p.m. and be prepared to play for approximately 2 1/2 hours. If you prefer a golf cart, you may rent one or share the expense with another student. The course is held rain or shine, unless the golf course closes for safety reasons. There is $10/session payable to Farmstead for golf fees. Must be 18 years of age. Class size: 12 Farmstead Golf Course, 88 Lawrence Road, Lafayette, NJ 07848, 973-383-1666. SFD-270.


CCM Beginner Golf Clinics

Adding to our popular golf programs, take your game to the next level with small class lessons on individual strokes.  Each course focuses on a specific stroke teaching the mechanics of that stroke along with  how to read the course for best results and emphasis on hitting the ball where you want it to go.  Take just one or try them all!  Watch your game improve.  Maximum 14 students per class.

Course usage information

Off the Tee - Driving Clinic

Adding to our popular golf programs, take your game to the next level with small class lessons on individual strokes. Each course focuses on a specific stroke teaching the mechanics of that stroke along with how to read the course for best results and emphasis on hitting the ball where you want it to go. Take just one or try them all! Watch your game improve. Maximum of 14 students per class. Offered during the Spring semester only. SFD-332.


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Fairway to Green - Second Shot Clinic

Adding to our popular golf programs, take your game to the next level with small class lessons on individual strokes. Each course focuses on a specific stroke teaching the mechanics of that stroke along with how to read the course for best results and emphasis on hitting the ball where you want it to go. Take just one or try them all! Watch your game improve. Maximum of 14 students per class. Offered during the Spring semester only. SFD-333.


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The Chip Shot - Your Shot Game Clinic

Adding to our popular golf programs, take your game to the next level with small class lessons on individual strokes. Each course focuses on a specific stroke teaching the mechanics of that stroke along with how to read the course for best results and emphasis on hitting the ball where you want it to go. Take just one or try them all! Watch your game improve. Maximum of 14 students per class. Offered during the Spring semester only. SFD-334.


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Finish the Hole - Putting Clinic

Adding to our popular golf programs, take your game to the next level with small class lessons on individual strokes. Each course focuses on a specific stroke teaching the mechanics of that stroke along with how to read the course for best results and emphasis on hitting the ball where you want it to go. Take just one or try them all! Watch your game improve. Maximum of 14 students per class. Offered during the Spring semester only. SFD-335.


Languages

Course usage information

American Sign Language 1

This introductory course introduces students to American Sign Language's most common grammar rules, non-manual signals and Deaf culture. Learn how to introduce yourself, exchange personal information, identify others, give commands, talk about surroundings, and use fingerspelling and numbers. Please bring a 3-ring binder for class materials. GEN-250.


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American Sign Language 2

Continue learning about the deaf community's rich culture, ASL grammar, and the use of non-manual signals. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to tell where you live, compare and contrast, use negative statements, body shifting, pronouns, possessives, and discuss family, relationships and time. Please bring a 3-ring binder for class materials. GEN-423.


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American Sign Language 3

Continue learning about the deaf community's rich culture, ASL grammar, and the use of non-manual signals. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to tell where you live, compare and contrast, use negative statements, body shifting, pronouns, possessives, and discuss family, relationships and time. Please bring a 3-ring binder for class materials. GEN-481.


Holistic Health and Wellness

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Yoga for Beginners

This class is for anyone who has never taken a yoga class before or for those who wish to expand their grasp of yoga fundamentals. We will introduce the basics of yoga, interweave yoga history and philosophy as well as practice a wide range of poses designed to strengthen and stretch the body. Focus will be on proper alignment, breathing exercises, meditation, building awareness of the body, and developing a personal yoga practice. This class offers a safe, open and fun environment in which to learn and explore. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat. MDB 161 MDB-161.


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Mixed Level Yoga

We offer a challenge to continuing students while also supporting students new to yoga. Work at your individual level as you are guided through a flow practice within the Hatha tradition. Wear loose, comfortable clothing, and bring a bottle of water, a yoga sticky mat and yoga block. MDB-162.


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Mixed Level Yoga - Kripalu Tradition

We offer a challenge to continuing students while also supporting students new to yoga. Work at your individual level as you are guided through a flow practice within the Kripalu tradition. Wear loose, comfortable clothing, and bring a bottle of water, a yoga sticky mat and yoga block. MDB-166.