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March 5, 2014 with keynote speaker Ed Begley, Jr. When it comes to taking personal responsibility for the environment, few individuals can match the record of actor and activist Ed Begley, Jr. Known for turning up at Hollywood events on his bicycle, he serves on the boards of many organizations that promote green initiatives and a healthy planet. His work has earned awards from numerous environmental groups and he co-starred for three seasons in the hit Planet Green television series Living with Ed, a look at the day-to-day realities of “living green.” His first book, Living Like Ed, hit the streets nationally in 2008 and the second book, Ed Begley’s Guide to Sustainable Living came out in 2009. CNC-021-32090

Date: 3/5/14 W Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Location: WEST BLDG - 038 Cost: $.00

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Steps to register for a community class Register Registration begins November 4, 2013.

Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver

College for Kids Scholarships

Online • Register online

District 517 residents age 65 or over who file the Senior Citizens Trustee Tuition Waiver form in the Accounting Office, sent at the time of registration, will be able to enroll in a credit course (CNC is the Community Learning credit course). Submit only one form each semester. Students pay fees and possibly a portion of the tuition. This is the amount you will pay, examples: ed2go online classes costs $9.99. Digital Photography costs $22.50

To encourage participation by all students, a limited number of need-based college for kids scholarships are available. To determine eligibility, please send a short letter of request and a copy of last year’s tax forms to Community and Professional Programs, Lake Land College, 305 Richmond Ave. E., Mattoon, IL 61938. Please include desired class registration with letter of request and copy of last year’s tax forms.

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When registering online, payment by Visa, MasterCard, or Discover may be required.

Mail • Complete registration form located on page 2 and mail to: Admissions and Records Lake Land College 5001 Lake Land Blvd. Mattoon, IL 61938

Fax • Fax completed registration form to Admissions and Records at (217) 234-5390. Call (217) 234-5434 for confirmation of receipt.

Complete online form: www.lakeland.cc.il.us/ss/ar/tuitionfees.cfm or contact the Accounting Office at (217) 234-5214.

Phone • Call Admissions and Records

at (217) 234-5434 to register for any classes except those with a .

In person • Register in person at

Cancellation

Payment

Please note that classes may be canceled due to insufficient enrollment. If the class is canceled, you will be notified and will receive a full refund. Refunds are issued two times a month.

If class has a material fee, it is included in cost of class.

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Admissions and Records, which is located in the Robert K. Luther Student Center on the Lake Land College campus in Mattoon.

Online • Course sections that begin with

CE, payment by Visa, MasterCard, or Discover is required. Course sections that begin with CNC cannot be paid for online.

All other registrations will be sent a statement from the Accounting Office.

For statement or billing questions, please contact the Accounting Office at (217) 234-5214.

Credit See a get some credit! Courses with this icon are for credit. These courses are graded pass/fail and are transcripted for you.* Registration form for these classes will be put into the system by Admissions and Records November 18, 2013 (readmit/continuing students) and beginning November 25, 2013 (new non-degree students). Students under 18 need to have a special permission form on file or else cannot be registered in these credit classes.

Lake Land College wishes to thank the following who donated to the Lake Land College for Kids scholarship fund. • Karen Kull • Mary Rogers • Scott Drone-Silvers • Kelly Pierce

College closings due to severe weather

Non-standard courses, because of the unique circumstances associated with scheduling, securing resources, and the ability to backfill vacated seats, require five (5) college business days’ notice in advance of the first class meeting to receive a 100% refund. Refunds are issued two times a month. Refund example: Count first day of class, example September 5 as day one. Count back 5 days. Exclude Saturdays and Sundays (and Fridays in the summer.) You would have to drop by August 28 to get a refund.

Phone • Call Admissions and Records at (217) 234-5434 to drop a class.

Announcements will be made on local radio, TV stations, and Lake Land College homepage or opt in for a text through LLC/IRIS system. Cancellation of day classes is not an automatic closing for evening sessions. If canceled, an announcement will be made by 4:30 p.m. Other than our LLC extension centers, classes held at off-campus locations follow the closing policy for that location.

Contact • If you require accommodations due to a disability, contact the Office of Student Accommodations, at (217) 234-5259. •

New class or instructor ideas? Questions or suggestions? Contact Community and Professional Programs, at jmorecra@lakeland.cc.il.us or (217) 234-5470.

In person • Drop class in person at

Admissions and Records, which is located in the Student Center on the Lake Land College campus in Mattoon.

* For advisement, contact counsel@lakeland.cc.il.us

See page 3 for locations near you!

My class is on what day?

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N = Sunday R = Thursday M = Monday F = Friday T = Tuesday S = Saturday W = Wednesday

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Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity: Lake Land College is committed to maintaining a working and learning environment that promotes equal opportunity and affirmative action and that is free from unlawful discrimination and harassment. It is the policy of Lake Land College not to engage in discrimination or harassment against any person because of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital or civil union status, veteran status, sexual orientation or any basis of discrimination precluded by applicable federal and state statutes. This policy applies to admission and access to and participation, treatment and employment in the College’s programs, activities, and services. The following campus office is assigned the responsibility for ensuring compliance with this policy as well as federal and state statutes and regulations concerning affirmative action and equal access: Office of the Director of Human Resources • (217) 2345210 / Human Resources Office Complaint forms and procedures for filing can be obtained through Counseling Services or Human Resources. In addition, these offices will maintain current copies of appropriate laws, regulations, and policies.

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Locations

Maps: www.lakelandcollege.edu/col/map

On Campus Buildings

CC

Coyote Cabins Restaurant 16 N. Washington St., Sullivan, IL

NH

Neal Hall

FH

Field House

EAG

Effingham Academy of Gymnastics 1909 S. Banker, Effingham

LRC

Virgil H. Judge Learning Resource Center

EMA

Emergency Mgmnt. Agency 311 Miracle Ave., Effingham

NE

Northeast Building

ES

Elementary School

NW

Northwest Building

WH

Webb Hall

LSC

Robert K. Luther Student Center

VT

Vo Tech Building

WB

West Classroom Building

5001 Lake Land Blvd., Mattoon

Off Campus Locations BOA

Burgess Auditorium 1701 Wabash Ave., Mattoon

NET Internet SLV

Selvidge Chiropractic Center 608 Broadway Ave., Mattoon

TBA

To Be Announced. Location information will be mailed.

LLC Extension Centers

GTPL Greenup Township Public Library 101 N. Franklin St.

EEC

Eastern Region Center 224 S. 6th St., Marshall

EK1

Kluthe Center 1204 Network Centre, Effingham

HS

High School

JH

Junior High

LIB

Library

PEC

Western Region Center 600 E. 1st St., Pana

LSC

LifeSpan Center 11021 E Co. Rd. 800N (Loxa Rd.), Charleston

WD

Lake Land College Workforce Development Center 305 Richmond Ave. E., Mattoon

MS

Middle School

Renewable Energy Basic Photovoltaics Learn the basics of solar electric systems! Participants will learn how photovoltaic (PV) systems work, diagram the four PV system types, define the solar window, make energy efficiency recommendations, estimate system loads, and understand the basics of PV site assessment. Lecture and classroom activities. CNC-023-32102

Instructor: Jeffrey Oder Dates: 3/29/14 - 3/29/14 S Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Location: WEST BLDG - 119 Cost: $60.00

Kids College

The Aggies’ Club Finally-- an ag club is forming for children, youth and adults, who have autism! We will be doing service learning projects in the community involving agriculture. Initial projects will include planning and planting tomato/potato and butterfly/dragonfly gardens! There will be fun activities with rewards. More outings to other locations will happen when we have more volunteer helpers. This first meeting will be held at the restaurant and is informational about Coyote Cabins property and the Aggies’ Club. We will be in a private room and you can get a discount on your meal. Thereafter, we will meet monthly with club membership being $10 a month. This club is in honor of Dr. Temple Grandin’s challenge to help the autism population get involved in agriculture. Let’s grow and learn together! CE-LERN181-32358 Instructor: Julia Boyd

Date: 1/12/14 N Time: 1:00 PM– 2:00 PM Location: Sullivan - CC Cost: $12.00


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let your Creative Arts Beading: Earrings & Bracelet Learn the basics of beading. Make two sets of bracelets and two sets of matching earrings. These make great gifts. An assortment of beads and findings are provided for stretch bracelets with faux clasps and clip or pierced earrings. Bring beading tools if you have them; loaner tools will be available.. CE-ARTS180-31882

Instructor: Shirley Splittstoesser Dates: 4/7/14 - 4/7/14 M Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Charleston LSC Cost: $25.00 Crochet a Necklace & Bracelet Make a lovely crocheted necklace and matching bracelet with ladder yarn. The adjustable six strand necklace and four strand bracelet, look as though they are beaded. These make adorable gifts. You will learn to make these step-by-step so crocheting experience is not necessary. The instructor provides several colors of ladder yarn. Bring an H, I, or J crochet hook, and scissors. CE-ARTS169-31946

Instructor: Shirley Splittstoesser Dates: 3/25/14 - 3/25/14 T Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Charleston - LSC Cost: $25.00 Crochet a Towel & Pot Scrubbie No crocheting experience necessary to crochet a kitchen towel top to hang on a stove handle and a nylon net pot scrubbie which can be to clean a nonstick pan, tub, or car windshields. You will learn to make these step-bystep. Several colors of yarn, towel and pre-cut nylon net provided. Bring a “J” or “K” crochet hook and scissors. CE-HOME146-31888

Instructor: Shirley Splittstoesser Dates: 3/12/14 - 3/12/14 W Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Charleston - LSC Cost: $25.00

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Wire-Wrapped Pendants Basic wire-wrapping for beginners! You’ll learn the art form of wire-wrapping and take home two wire-wrapped pendants of your own creation. Wire and a selection of pendants provided but if you have a suitable stone you’d like to wire-wrap, bring it. Chain not included. Bring tools if you have them: loaner tools will be available.. CE-ARTS184-31885

Instructor:

Shirley Splittstoesser Dates: 4/7/14 - 4/7/14 M Time: 10:00AM - 12:00 PM Location: Charleston -LSC Cost: $25.00


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Theater & Music Acting Fundamentals 1 Students will develop skills in relaxation and concentration, discover their bodies and voices as performing instruments, and acquire basic theatre terminology. Students will also attain self-awareness and confidence, develop improvisational skills, and read and perform monologues and short scenes. Ages 12 to 17 register in CEARTS199, adults CNC-026. CNC-026-32105 CE-ARTS199-32111

Instructor: Earl Halbe Dates: 1/15/14 - 3/5/14 W Time: 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM Location: LSC - 101 Cost: $70.00

Acting Fundamentals 2 Students will develop skill in relaxation and concentration, discover their bodies and voices as performing instruments, and acquire basic theatre terminology. Students will also attain self-awareness and confidence, develop improvisational skills, and read and perform monologues and short scenes. Ages 12 to 17 register in CEARTS199, Adults in CNC-026. CNC-026-32138 CE-ARTS199-32112

Instructor: Earl Halbe Dates: 3/19/14 - 5/7/14 MTWRF Time: Location: LSC - 101 Cost: $70.00

Photography All About Digital Photography Photographer Joe Ethridge teaches you about lighting, exposure, focusing, metering, white balance, image quality, composition, macro, flash photography, and how to get the most from your digital camera. Learn the importance of aperture settings, depth of field, shutter speeds, ISO, high dynamic range, HDR, Raw, JPEG, PSAM and more. CNC-019-32174

Instructor: Joseph Ethridge Date: 3/25/2014 - 5/6/2014 T

No class April 15.

Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM Location: LL06 113 Cost: $110.00 CNC-019-32176

Instructor: Joseph Ethridge Date: 3/27/2014 - 5/8/2014 R

No class April 17.

Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30P M Location: EFGH TBA Cost: $110.00

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Recreation, Dance: Night Club 2 Step Next Level Now that you have mastered the basics in the Night Club 2 Step, add some flashy moves to your step list. You will learn some cool moves that will make your friends envy you at your next gathering. No partner is needed but, is suggested. CE-RECR191-31747

Instructor: Cheryl & Scott Sweet Dates: 1/19/14 - 2/9/14 N Time: 2:10 PM - 3:00 PM Location: WEST BLDG - 37 Cost: $36.00

CE-RECR191-31748

Instructor: Cheryl and Scott Sweet Dates: 1/19/14 - 2/9/14 N Time: 5:10 - 6:00 PM Location: Effingham - EMA Cost: $36.00

Dance: Rumba for Beginners Slow and easy are words that describe this Latin favorite. Learn basic steps and patterns in this fun learning environment. Wow them on the dance floor, dancing to music from the Beatles to Brooks and Dunn! No dance experience necessary. No partner is needed, but is suggested. CE-RECR190-31749

Instructor: Cheryl & Scott Sweet Dates: 2/16/14 - 3/9/14 N Time: 4:10 PM - 5:00 PM Location: EMA Cost: $36.00

CE-RECR190-31949

Instructor: Cheryl & Scott Sweet Dates: 2/16/14 - 3/9/14 N Time: 1:10 PM - 2:00 PM Location: WEST BLDG - 37 Cost: $36.00 Dance: Rumba Next Level Move your Rumba up a notch with some great new moves. Gain confidence in your dancing while learning new steps and variations. No partner is needed, but is suggested. CE-RECR193-31755

Instructor: Cheryl & Scott Sweet Dates: 3/16/14 - 4/6/14 N

leisure

Time: 2:10 PM - 3:00 PM Location: WEST BLDG - 37 Cost: $36.00 Dance: Rumba Next Level CE-RECR193-31756

Instructor: Cheryl & Scott Sweet Dates: 3/16/14 - 4/6/14 N Time: 5:10 PM - 6:00 PM Location: EMA Cost: $36.00 Dance: Triple Swing Beginners Triple swing is an energetic dance loaded with fun. The music will make you want to shake, rattle and roll while you learn the basics. A must know dance for all social occasions! No previous dance experience needed. No partner is needed, but is suggested. CE-RECR195-31736

Instructor: Cheryl & Scott Sweet Dates: 1/19/14 - 2/9/14 N Time: 1:10 PM - 2:00 PM Location: WEST BLDG - 37 Cost: $36.00

CE-RECR195-31737

Instructor: Cheryl & Scott Sweet Dates: 1/19/14 - 2/9/14 N Time: 4:10 PM - 5:00 PM Location: EMA Cost: $36.00 Dance: Triple Swing Next Level Go beyond the basics with even more fun moves and variations. This class is for those who have already taken Triple Swing for Beginners. No partner is needed, but is suggested. CE-RECR196-31750

Instructor: Cheryl & Scott Sweet Dates: 2/16/14 - 3/9/14 N Time: 2:10 PM - 3:00 PM Location: WEST BLDG - 37 Cost: $36.00

CE-RECR196-31751

Instructor: Cheryl & Scott Sweet Dates: 2/16/14 - 3/9/14 N Time: 5:10 PM - 6:00 PM Location: EMA Cost: $36.00 Dance: Waltz for Beginners Learn to glide across the floor like Fred and Ginger when the Sweets teach you this timeless classic. The Waltz is a wonderful piece of dance history. Come out and let Scott and Cheryl show you how easy it is. No dance experience required. No partner needed, but is suggested. Ages 16 - 100 welcome! CE-RECR178-31753

Instructor: Cheryl & Scott Sweet Dates: 3/16/14 - 4/6/14 N Time: 1:10 PM - 2:00 PM Location: WEST BLDG - 37 Cost: $36.00

CE-RECR178-31754

Instructor: Cheryl & Scott Sweet Dates: 3/16/14 - 4/6/14 N Time: 4:10 PM - 5:00 PM Location: EMA Cost: $36.00


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Hunter Safety Ed 18 + Class meets Thursday and Friday 6 to 9 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. You must attend all three sessions. Learn basic firearm handling and safety. This IDNR-sponsored class meets the education requirement for obtaining a hunting license. A parent or guardian must register and be present with children 12 and under and register in the no license section. Please bring a sack lunch on Saturday. Please register in the correct section: Ages 18+, Ages 9 to 17, or 18+ no license.

a hunting license. A parent or guardian must register and be present with children 12 and under and register in the no license section. Please bring a sack lunch on Saturday. Please register in the correct section: Ages 18+, Ages 9 to 17, or 18+ no license. CNC-018-32108

Instructor: Ronald Boeser Dates: 3/20/14 - 3/22/14 Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM RF Time: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM S Location: WEST BLDG - 119 Cost: $.00

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Instructor: Ronald Boeser Dates: 3/20/14 - 3/22/14 Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM RF Time: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM S Location: WEST BLDG - 119 Cost: $.00

Hunter Safety Ed Ages 9 to 17 Class meets Thursday and Friday 6 to 9 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. You must attend all three sessions. Learn basic firearm handling and safety. This IDNR-sponsored class meets the education requirement for obtaining a hunting license. A parent or guardian must register and be present with children 12 and under and register in the no license section. Please bring a sack lunch on Saturday. Please register in the correct section: Ages 18+, Ages 9 to 17, or 18+ no license. CE-RECR108-32109

Instructor: Ronald Boeser Dates: 3/20/14 - 3/23/14 Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM RF Time: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM S Location: WEST BLDG - 119 Cost: $.00

Hunter Safety Ed No License Class meets Thursday and Friday 6 to 9 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. You must attend all three sessions. Learn basic firearm handling and safety. This IDNR-sponsored class meets the education requirement for obtaining

Golf for Beginners Join this basic introductory class at the Mattoon Golf and Country club. This class is for individuals who would like to learn the fundamentals of golf. Putting, chipping, pitching, and the long game are covered. Bring your own clubs or they will be provided for you. CE-RECR107-31772

Instructor: Kelly Spaulding Dates: 4/21/14 - 5/1/14 M R Time: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM Location: Mattoon Country Club Cost: $40.00

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Write Right Getting Published: Beginner’s If your goal is to become a published freelance writer by selling a magazine article, short story, poem or novel to a traditional publisher, this comprehensive class will guide you to, then past the editor’s desk. Discover how to submit manuscripts the correct way, find the right publisher for your work, write irresistible query letters, 100 ways to make money as a freelance writer, obtain free future Q & A opportunities. This step-by-step class, taught by a successful published writer, LeeAnne Krusemark, is a must! CE-WRIT102-32128

Instructor: LeeAnne Krusemark Dates: 4/24/14 - 4/24/14 R Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Location: Effingham - TBA Cost: $64.50 Meet the Publisher Bring your in-progress manuscript for an in-class critiques of one page of your poetry, article, short story, novel, non-fiction book, or children’s book by Lee Anne Krusemark, an adjunct online professor of publishing for Harvard and owner of a small publishing house. Optional: for additional fee leave a COPY of your manuscript for a professional critique. ($50 for up to 25 double-spaced pages + $1/page thereafter) and a list of publishers and or agents who are interested in your type of work. CE-WRIT110-32130

Instructor: LeeAnne Krusemark Dates: 4/24/14 - 4/24/14 R Time: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Location: Effingham - TBA Cost: $37.00 Self Publishing vs. Traditional Publishing Self-publishing is all the rage, but is it the best option for you? Learn the pros and cons of traditional publishing and all of the self publishing options, including the Amazon options of Kindle Publishing and Create Space. Learn how to find the best publisher for your manuscript.

CE-WRIT111-32131

Instructor: LeeAnne Krusemark Dates: 4/24/14 - 4/24/14 R Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Effingham - TBA Cost: $37.00 Pick Up Your Pen Do you have an exciting story flitting through your mind? Are you hesitant or totally stuck when putting it on paper? Learn techniques to bring your story to life. Topics include capturing your reader (how to begin your story); keeping your reader turning the pages (how to build and develop the story); and leaving your reader recommending your story to a friend (how to craft a satisfying ending). Bring writing paper or your laptop computer and 3 books you enjoy reading. CE-WRIT112-31886

Instructor: Shirley Splittstoesser Dates: 3/25/14 - 3/25/14 T Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location: Charleston - LSC Cost: $20.00 Tell Your Life Story - Memoirs Ever think about journaling your life events for your family to read years from now? This course will offer you the skills for writing your memoirs, teach you shortcuts to successful writing, easy self-publishing and a memorable means for handing out the copies. Just think how much we learned from Anne Frank’s Diary. Optional booklet, Memoir Writing available $5. Bring one pack of index cards. CE-WRIT108-31887

Instructor: Shirley

Splittstoesser

Dates: 3/12/14 -

3/12/14 W Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location:

Charleston - LSC Cost: $20.00


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Personal Enrichment

1 Genealogy Basics Trace your family history. The instructor leads newcomers through the internet oneon-one. Prefer a faster pace? This course is self-paced. Topics include charts and forms and how to acquire information from the popular genealogical and surname sites, search engine tips and much more. CNC-018-31988

Instructor: Barbara George Dates: 3/12/14 - 4/11/14 Location: Internet - NET Cost: $45.00

2 Specific Genealogical Info Find the unusual and miscellaneous information you seek in this online course. Discover new research tools and where to look in vital records: birth, adoption, marriage, death, census, tax and land records, maps, gazettes atlases, city directories, county histories and various ethnic and religious groups. CNC-018-31989

Instructor: Barbara George Dates: 3/24/14 - 4/23/14 Location: Internet - NET Cost: $45.00

3 Genealogical Research Advan. Learn how to access and utilize ship passenger lists, records of immigration and naturalization, American migration trails, and homestead applications. Also learn how to find mental patients, prisoners, school students, teachers, female ancestors as well as records from CCC and WPA. Plan reunions, make scrapbooks, and more with this valuable information. CNC-018-32094

Instructor: Barbara George Dates: 3/31/14 - 4/30/14 Location: Internet - NET Cost: $45.00

4 World Genealogy Searching the world for your ancestors can be a bit

intimidating. Use skills learned in previous courses to do research on and offline in more than 52 countries around the world. Seeking genealogical information, participants will work, one-on-one, with the instructor, at a selfpaced speed.

CNC-018-32095

Instructor: Barbara George Dates: 4/1/14 - 4/30/14 Location: Internet - NET Cost: $45.00

Hospice Volunteer Training Experienced Lincolnland Hospice staff will cover all aspects of being a volunteer for the terminally ill. Discover the physical, emotional, psychosocial, and spiritual end-of-life care issues. This training class is to become a Lincolnland Hospice volunteer. Ages: 18 and above. There will be a break for lunch. CE-ENRC108-31889

Instructor: Staff Dates: 1/31/14 - 1/31/14 F Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Charleston - LSC Cost: $.00 CE-ENRC108-31941

Instructor: Staff Dates: 2/21/14 - 2/21/14 F Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Martinsville - Library Cost: $.00 CE-ENRC108-31942

Instructor: Staff Dates: 4/11/14 - 4/11/14 F Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Effingham - TBA Cost: $.00

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Instructor: Staff Dates: 5/9/14 - 5/9/14 F Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Greenup - GTPL Cost: $.00 CE-ENRC108-31945

Instructor: Staff Dates: 3/21/14 - 3/21/14 F Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Paris - TBA Cost: $.00

Your Young Child: Parenting 101 Many parents struggle with their young child’s behavior as they progress through normal, yet challenging, periods of development. Learn how to feel more confident and empowered as a parent during seven difficult developmental childhood stages including: unexplained crying, night waking, separation anxiety, exploration, choosey eating, toilet teaching, and negativity. Make parenting less stressful and more enjoyable by understanding Your Young Child. CNC-018-32104

Instructor: Cheri Burcham Dates: 3/19/14 - 4/2/14 W Time: 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Location: NEAL HALL - 114 Cost: $10.00

Test Preparation Paraprofessional Test Prep By passing the WorkKeys Proficiency Exam you’ll become highly qualified to be a paraprofessional teacher aid. The test allows you to show proficiency in math, reading and writing. Call (217)234-5087 for an appointment. No refunds. EDU-025-30971

Dates: 01/13/14-05/12/14 Time: by appointment Location: Workforce Development 019 Cost: $121.75


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Culinary & Home Cake Decorating Basics Learn the basics of cake decorating from Lisa Claypool. Lisa has over seven years experience of cake baking and decorating expertise. Topics include cake batters, baking, icing, and hands-on decorating. Thrill your family and guests with your delicious edible art. CNC-015-32113

Instructor: Lisa Claypool Dates: 1/14/14 - 3/4/14 T Time: 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Location: NEAL HALL - 105 Cost: $96.00

Decorating: Fondant & Flowers Lisa Claypool, who has been making and decorating cakes for seven years, will teach you the basics of working with fondant and how to make beautiful fondant flowers in this hands- on class. CNC-015-32209

Instructor: Lisa Claypool Dates: 3/18/14 - 4/29/14 T Time: 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Location: NEAL HALL - 105 Cost: $96.00

Simplify Your Life by De-cluttering Does the clutter in you house cause you stress? Is the clutter a cause for conflict with other family members? Do want less clutter but you are too overwhelmed to begin? Many of us struggle to keep up with the clutter in our lives. Come learn ways to organize your life in order to de-clutter and de-stress. CE-HOME163-31759

Instructor: Cheri Burchum Dates: 4/23/14 - 4/23/14 W Time: 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Location: Webb - 105 Cost: $10.00

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Karate: Little Dragon This is an introduction to karate rather than a self-defense course. Learn karate techniques, principles, and do fun activities. CE-SPRT103-32121

Instructor: William Shuler & David Shuler Dates: 1/16/14 - 5/8/14 R Time: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM Location: Effingham - EAG Cost: $102.80 Martial Arts Increase your self-control, gain self-confidence, develop respect for yourself and others, improve flexibility, increase muscle strength, and improve conditioning. Mattoon: Tae Kwon Do ages 7 to 17. Effingham: Karate ages 8 to 17. CE-SPRT106-32122

Instructor: Kevin Roberts


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Health & Wellness

Finances & Money

Everyday Living: Essential Oil Dr. Nancy Selvidge will introduce nine essential oils that can be used through out daily life. She will provide tips on how to apply to skin and discover the best oils for your personal health. Lavender and peppermint are two examples of the most often used.

Building an Education Fund The time to plan for your child or grandchild’s education is today. Discuss current and future education costs, explore the education savings alternatives. Review common investments used for education planning.

CE-HLTH153-31897

Instructor: Gary Swearingen Dates: 2/4/14 - 2/18/14 W Time: 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Location: WEBB HALL - 107 Cost: $25.00 Weathering Market Volatility We will discuss the history of stock market declines. Learn how to respond to volatility and to asses your current situation. You will discover your investment personality and better your understanding of asset allocation.

Instructor: Nancy Selvidge Dates: 1/27/14 - 1/27/14 M Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Location: Mattoon - SLV Cost: $30.00

Health Retreat and Spa Eve Dr. Nancy Selvidge will educate on natural approaches to health that rejuvenate the body. The evening will include a facial treatment, a private reflexology session and health consultations. A relaxing pilates and yoga stretch option will be available after 8 p.m. Price includes all. The setting will be at the tranquil twenty-two acre property called Coyote Cabins Retreat of Sullivan IL. View pictures on www.coyotecabins.com CE-HLTH147-31891

Instructor: Nancy Selvidge Dates: 3/31/14 - 3/31/14 M Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Location: Sullivan - TBA Cost: $65.00

CE-FIN$147-31765

CE-FIN$148-31766

Instructor: Gary Swearingen Dates: 4/2/14 - 4/16/14 W Time: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Location: WEBB HALL - 107 Cost: $25.00

Generations

Dates: 1/13/14 - 05/8/14 M R Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Location: Mattoon - BOA Cost: $125.80

CE-SPRT106-32125

Instructor: William Shuler & David Shuler Dates: 1/13/14 - 5/12/14 M R Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Location: Effingham - EAG Cost: $102.80

Martial Arts Increase your self-control, gain self-confidence, develop respect for yourself and others, improve flexibility, increase muscle strength, and improve conditioning. Effingham- Karate ages 17 and above and Mattoon- Tae Kwon Do ages 17 and above.

CNC-017-32115

Instructor: Kevin Roberts

Dates: 1/13/14 - 5/8/14 M R Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Location: Mattoon - BOA Cost: $125.80 CNC-017-32116

Instructor: William Shuler Dates: 1/13/14 - 5/8/14 M R Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Location: Effingham - EAG Cost: $125.80 Martial Arts - Little Tigers Increase your self-control, gain selfconfidence, develop respect for yourself and others, improve flexibility, increase muscle strength, and improve conditioning. Little Tigers Tae Kwon Do-Mattoon. Mattoon- Tae Kwon Do ages 18 and above.

CE-SPRT143-32118

Instructor: Kevin Roberts Dates: 1/13/14 - 5/8/14 M R Time: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Location: Mattoon - BOA Cost: $125.80

Martial Arts Next Level Mattoon Students must have at least 6 months prior training and have a Green belt or above. Mattoon Tae Kwon Do. CNC-020-32117

Instructor: Kevin Roberts Dates: 1/13/14 - 5/12/14 T Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Location: Mattoon - BOA Cost: $125.80

CE-RECR202-32215

Instructor: Kevin Roberts Dates: 1/13/14 - 5/12/14 T Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Location: Mattoon - BOA Cost: $125.80

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Spring 2014

www.lakelandcollege.edu/learn or call: (217) 234-5434

Take these online courses from the comfort of your home or anywhere, at the times convenient for you. Read lessons, participate in exercises, and hold discussions with fellow students and instructor.

All ed2go classes:

Intro to Google Analytics Learn how to track and generate traffic to your website create reports and analyze data with Google’s free state-ofthe-art Web analytics tools.

Instructor: Staff Meets: On Your Own

1/15/14 - 3/7/14 Location: INTERNET NET Cost: $104.99

CPP-011-31913

Introduction to Networking Learn the fundamentals of networking and prepare for a career in a new and fast-growing field.

Go to www.ed2go.com/lakelandcollege to sign up or for more information.

CPP-011-31915

Intro to Microsoft Word 2010 Learn how to create and modify documents using Microsoft Word 2010 the world’s most popular word processing program. CPP-011-31918

Intro to Microsoft Excel 2010 Become proficient in using Microsoft excel 2010 and discover dozens of shortcuts and tricks for setting up fully formatted worksheets quickly and efficiently. CPP-011-31919

Intro to QuickBooks 2012 Learn how to quickly and efficiently gain control of the financial aspects of your business with this powerful accounting software program. CPP-011-31921

Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2010 Take your Microsoft Excel 2010 skills to the next level as you master charts, PivotTables, Slicers, Sparklines, and other advanced excel features. CPP-011-31927

Intro to Adobe Edge Animate Learn how to use Edge Animate Adobe’s tool for creating graphics animation and interactive content for the Web and mobile devices. CPP-011-31928

Test Preparation GMAT Preparation Discover the powerful test-taking techniques and methods for improving your score on the GMAT. CNC-021-32159

GRE Preparation part 1 of 2 Discover powerful strategies for success in the verbal reasoning and analytical sections of the GRE revised General test (course 1 of 2). CNC-021-32161

GRE Preparation part 2 of 2 Learn a variety of useful techniques tor tackling the quantitative reasoning sections of the computerized GRE revised General Test (course 2 of 2). CNC-021-32162

Sat/Act Preparation Part 1 Master the reading, writing, English and science questions on the ACT and the new SAT. Part one of two classes. CE-TEST117-32163

Intro to PC Security Security expert teaches the fundamentals of PC and network security.

Sat/Act Preparation Part 2 Master the math questions on the ACT and the new SAT.

CPP-011-31929

CE-TEST118-32164

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