The Modern Army Combatives Program (MACP) is a self defense course that will take place on three consecutive Tuesdays beginning April 2, from 6:30 – 8pm in the Lange Center's Fitness Studio. Sergeant 1st Class of the Army National Guard Chad Sullivan has trained hundreds of newly enlisted soldiers in MACP, which focuses on moving from a position of extreme vulnerability to one of strength. He will guide participants through realistic scenarios, and give them the knowledge and skills to defend themselves and avoid becoming a victim. Students will learn the different dominant body positions, how to get to a stronger body position from a lesser one, and how to use joint manipulation, sweeps, and other techniques to subdue or overcome an attacker. The fee is $29.
Introduction to Mobile Technology Solutions will be held on Tuesday, April 9 from 6:30 – 8:30pm in the Aural Umhoefer Classroom Building. Instructor Travis Anderson is the Senior Device Specialist for C.PRO Services, a division of Cell.Plus. With the rapid advancement of mobile technologies, a growing number of people are finding themselves lost within the maze of possibilities. This class will help participants simplify and enhance daily tasks through the use of mobile devices and applications. Topics to be covered include 4G LTE, mobile computing, smartphone and tablet devices, wireless modems and hotspots, understanding applications, e-reader applications, and photography, video, and music collection. The fee is $29.
Register online at www.baraboo.uwc.edu, or by phone at (608) 355-5220. For questions regarding courses, or for more information about UW-BSC professional development, computing, enrichment, fitness, or youth programs, contact CE Director Cindy McVenes at email@example.com.