Become an Outlander Travel to Scottland in 2022

The experience of a lifetime is waiting for you as history comes alive.

Outlander: Fact & Fiction Scotland 1300 to 1750

Join CNCC history instructor Amanda Ott and fellow travelers in learning the fact and fiction of the popular Outlander series created by Author Diana Gabaldon. Then travel to Scottland to see where the story was set.

This class* qualifies for financial assistance available to some Meeker & Moffat County residents. Call 970-824-1118 for pricing for the class.

*Travel fees are NOT included. Travelers must book their trip through EF.

Join us for the trip of a lifetime!

Every detail from local restaurants to cultural discoveries has been customized by your professor for your group.

The eight-day tour begins when we depart the US & arrive in the Scottish capital of Glasgow. Adventure through the scenic Scottish Highlands where the heather will be in bloom. Stay in the towns of Fort William & Inverness before the tour ends in Edinburgh.

May 9th to May 16th

Trip Cost: $3,355*

CNCC’s travel partner EF is helping to provide more than a vacation. Build skills for a global world: whether you’re aiming for a promotion, want to land your dream job, or hoping to leave your comfort zone, international experience gives you the skills you need to succeed in an increasingly global world.

View the complete itinerary

Book your trip through EF. A local 24/7 tour guide will ensure logistics are covered leaving travelers to learn from two of CNCC’s top instructors. Every detail from local restaurants to cultural discoveries has been customized for you.

Secure your seat at

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Travelers must:

• Pay a non-refundable deposit of $95 by Feb. 3, 2022. Payment plans are available.

• Final payment due prior to departure.

• Have passport valid through November 2022

• Register for Outlander: Fact & Fiction of Scotland 1300 to 1750

(available in person in Craig or virtually anywhere. You do NOT need to live in Craig to take the class or the trip. Family & friends near & far may travel to Scotland together.)

Want to leave from a different airport, meet the group in Scotland, stay longer, have a single room?

EF allows you to further customize your trip. To book your trip contact an EF travel expert today by calling 877-485-4184.

Travel fees include travel insurance, double occupancy rooms, most meals, entrance fees to 16 experiences & added extras. Costs are based on a minimum of 20 travelers.

Let us do the Driving

Travelers going to Scotland may wish to register for this optional add-on travel to/from Craig & Denver International Airport.

Fee includes ground transportation from Craig to DIA, two nights, double occupancy in a hotel near the airport, free parking on the Craig campus, a bonus lecture & a Scottish travel journal.

Additional departure options from Meeker and/or Rangely available depending on enrollment at each of those locations.

Depart Craig May 8th,

Return to Craig May 17th

Cost: $250, this fee is not eligible for discounts.

To grab your seat complete the form at:

https://www.cncc.edu/community-programming-registration

When asked for CRN please write: Scotland 2022 - DIA

Note: CNCC & EF do NOT require travelers to make the domestic leg of the trip together. All students traveling to Scotland must also register in “Outlander: Fact or Fiction & book their tour through EF. Trip fees are NOT eligible for financial assistance. Single occupancy will incur higher rates.

 

For more information and assistance contact

Executive Director of Workforce Education & Economic Development
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Office: (970) 824-1118 

Life Long Learing Frequently Asked Questions

Want to know more about what to expect?

We’ve got answers to your questions about:

COVID-19 Repsonse Plan

Registration

Refund Policy

Financial Assistance

Payment

Customized Classes (For groups 5 or more)

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If you have a question not answered on this page, please contact us by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or calling (970-824-1118.

 

COVID-19 Response Plan

For in-person training and classes when you gather for a class, please plan to keep each other safe by following signs and instructions provided. 

DO NOT COME TO CLASS IF YOU ARE ILL OR BELIEVE YOU HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO COVID-19. 

In addition, we ask that you follow the guidelines below. 

  • Face coverings are required while on campus or in CNCC classes until further notice.
  • Limit the number of people in a classroom at one time.
  • Use provided cleaning supplies such as disinfecting wipes, disinfectant sprays, and hand sanitizer.
  • Practice good personal hygiene by washing hands and using hand sanitizer regularly. 
  • Maintain a safe social distance from others of at least 6 ft. whenever possible.
  • Depending on the class and/or based on community infection rates you may also be asked to complete a health pre-screening before entering classrooms.

If extreme social distancing measures are mandated: 

  • Classes that can be completed remotely via video conferencing will be shifted to that format. 
  • Other classes will be concluded early or rescheduled for spring.

We ask you to be understanding of mandates and restrictions imposed upon us and respectfully comply with precautionary measures to allow us to return to offering programs. Instructors and staff are empowered to ask anyone unwilling to comply to leave class. 

Participants are encouraged to hold instructors, and staff accountable to these same guidelines, and to report any potential problems or concerns. Go to www.cncc.edu/report-an-incident-or-concern to report any issues or concerns.

The response to the threat of COVID-19 changes quickly. For the latest comprehensive information about the college’s current response please visit:

www.cncc.edu/covid-19-updates

 

 

Fall 2020 Until Further Notice

Advanced registration is required for in-person classes

Each class has a registration due date and a class start date. It is critical to register by the registration due date so that we may order supplies, prepare facilities, and create the best possible experience for you. Class sizes will be small and require a minimum number of participants to run.

If you miss the registration date, give us a call to see if the class is running and if space is available, or if we are waitlisting. 

Avoid disappointment by registering early!

Staying at home? We have new Education in a Box and Non-Credit Online options. Registration is always open, and there are no due dates for our non-credit online programs. 

Register for all our programs by visiting https://www.cncc.edu/community-programming-registration 

Register over the phone by calling: 970-824-1109 

 

Refund Policy

Please read our refund policy for each class type (online or in-person) when you register. 

Once registered, it is your responsibility to pay for the class even if you do not attend it unless notified otherwise.

Generally, no refunds are offered after the registration due date, because after that date the college has purchased supplies and issued contracts based on your enrollment. 

 

Cancelations and Refunds

If we cancel a class or make a change that prevents you from attending, we will arrange for a full refund.

If you find that you can’t attend a class we will do our best to accommodate you in another class of a similar nature within the same term. 

A refund is ONLY provided if the class is dropped due to a positive COVID-19 test result or when dropped prior to the registration due date.

 

Special Circumstances

If you miss a class due to COVID-19 or a suspected case of COVID-19, we will ask to see a doctor’s note (provided digitally) and will provide either credit for another class or refund depending on the specific circumstances. Please notify us early so that we might try to fill your space form our waitlist and to allow for fully refund your fee. 

If we cancel or change a class due to COVID-19 we will issue a credit towards another class, pro-rate your class or provide a full refund depending on the specific circumstances.   

 

Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is available for many of our classes based on age, income, places of residence, military service, program type, and many other factors.  

Complete an application: https://cncc.formstack.com/forms/moffat_county_noncredit_financial_assistance_request

 

Payment

Payment by check, cash, or credit card is appreciated when you register. Payment must be received before the end of each term. 

 

Customized Classes

Want the class at a different time or location? Interested in having a private class for yourself or a small group? Want to schedule team-building or skill-building at work? Looking for something special?

Call us to communicate your needs and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.

If you have a question not answered on this page, please contact us by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or calling (970) 824-1118.

Life Long Learning

What will you learn next?

We’ve missed having you in class! We’re planning an exciting schedule of classes for fall, winter, and spring with some special considerations resulting from the global pandemic.

For more information and registration instructions, click on an image below.

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Submit a request to have a current course list printed and mailed to you

 

Register early to ensure your seat as class sizes are restricted this fall. To learn more about our COVID-19 response plan, registration, cancelation and refund policy, financial assistance, and much more visit our Life-Long Learning Frequently Asked Questions page

Stay up with the latest new classes, events, and more by visiting us on Facebook @CNCCWorkforceandCommunity and Instagram @communityed

For more information and assistance contact

Executive Director of Workforce Education & Economic Development
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Office: (970) 824-1118 

Community Education

Community Education

 

Suspended indefinitely: Colorado Northwestern Community College Workforce Training and Community Programming

For public safety, Colorado Northwestern Community College is suspending most workforce training and community programming indefinitely in our service area including Craig, Meeker and Rangely.

As of Wednesday, March 18 there have been no confirmed cases of the virus at any CNCC locations and these measures are purely preventative.

If you’re enrolled in one of our non-credit classes, scheduled to teach a class or a manager with a training agreement, we’ll be calling with additional details about educational options, prorated refunds, and rescheduling.

If you’re a degree-seeking student or for-credit instructor, important information will be provided via your CNCC emails.

For questions or updates about the workforce training and community programs, send us a Facebook message, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us at 970-824-1109 or 970-824-1118.

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Choose from more than 100 classes, ranging from first aid for pets to basic welding, from drawing to CPR/First Aid. CNCC Community Education offers exciting classes and programs for adult learners.

 

 

 

Don’t see the class you need? Contact us about new options for customized training.

 

 

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7-day Advanced Registration

Registration is due 7-days prior to the start date of each class. This is the minimum time needed by instructors and our team to prepare for your class. Miss the date? Give us a call to see if we have space available.

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Register over the phone:
Craig 970-824-1118 or 970-824-1109
Rangely & Meeker 970-675-3351

Classes must have a minimum number of students to run. To avoid class cancellations please register promptly
and encourage others to join the class!


Your early registration is appreciated! Once registered, it is your responsibility to attend the class as
scheduled unless notified otherwise.



Financial assistance is available for most Community Education classes. To learn more, call Sasha Nelson 970-824-1118 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Payment
Payment by check, cash or credit card is appreciated at registration. Payment must be received before the end of each term, to avoid a past due account.

Refunds
If we cancel a class or make a change that prevents you from attending, we will arrange for a full refund.If you forget to attend or drop a class, a refund is provided if a drop/add form is submitted at least 7 days prior to the start date of the class. 


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Miss the deadline?

If we have space in the class we’ll take your last-minute registration.

Late registrations may incur a $10 late fee.

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What is online, remote and hybrid learning?staffing and/or room changes.

What if the class I want is full?
We’ll add you to a wait list in the event of last-minute cancellations.

I want the class at a different time or location?
Call us to communicate your needs and we’ll do our best to
accommodate you the next time we offer the class.


To suggest a class you’d like to take or one you’d like to
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What does distance learning mean?
To make the most of the college’s talented staff and hi-tech resources, we are now able to teach the same class in multiple locations at the same time using our streaming video technology. Interact with your instructor and students in our other locations in real-time. A proctor is available at each remote-access site to help troubleshoot the technology.

Online learners access class content, quizzes and tests at the college, at home or anywhere using a personal computer. Remote learning allows an instructor in one place to broadcast lessons live to learners in other locations. Hybrid learning offers a mix of online or remote and in-class personal training to practice hands-on skills.

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Phone: (970) 824-1118

About CNCC

Colorado Northwestern is one college in two Colorado communities. Depending on what you want to study, CNCC has the perfect surroundings and facilities to meet your needs. Founded in 1962 as “Rangely College,” CNCC now serves nearly 1,800 students on two campuses, two service centers and online. Our two campuses are located in Craig and Rangely and are 90 miles apart in the mountains and canyons of Northwestern Colorado.

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500 Kennedy Drive • Rangely, CO 81648 / 2801 West 9th Street • Craig, CO 81625

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