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Corporate & Community

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Fall 2012 Schedule of Classes Active Retirement

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It’s what you know.

www.lc.edu/CCL Astoria, IL Permit No. 9 5800 Godfrey Road Godfrey, Illinois 62035–2466

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Table of Contents Personal Enrichment...................................... 3 Food & Wine...................................3

Health & Wellness..........................7

Cake Decorating.............................3

Recreation......................................7

Active Retirement...........................4

Learn to Swim.................................7

Job Skills........................................5

Music & Dance...............................8

Emotional Intelligence....................5

Photography...................................9

Home Improvement........................6

Online Learning............................10

Computer Skills..............................6

Travel & Tourism........................... 11

College for Kids....................................12 & 13 Quick Reference Guide................................ 14 Registration................................................... 15

Welcome

Register 

By phone.

Call the main campus Enrollment Center at (618) 468.7000 (8am– 4:30pm Mon–Fri, open until 7:30pm Tue & Wed), the N.O. Nelson Campus at (618) 656.8800, or any Community Education Center (9am–5pm Mon– Thurs, 9am–2pm Fri). Payment must be made by credit card.

 By mail.

Mail the completed registration form (on page 15) along with full payment to: Enrollment Center Lewis and Clark Community College 5800 Godfrey Road Godfrey, IL 62035

 In person.

Fall is a beautiful season of change. Leaves change colors, the temperatures change and store displays turn cozy. Perhaps you are experiencing change in a different way. I encourage you to embrace it and browse the pages of this catalog to discover an opportunity that is sure to change your mind about learning. The Corporate & Community Learning division of Lewis and Clark is no stranger to change and we’re here to help!

Bring completed registration form and full payment to the main campus Enrollment Center, the N.O. Nelson Campus in Edwardsville, or any Community Education Center. Locations can be found on page 15.

Are you pondering a career change this season? We are excited to announce that our online Travel & Tourism Professional Certificate program is a great way to prepare for a brand new career in the travel industry or start your own home–based travel business. Or try one of our Cake Decorating workshops. You might just discover a hidden talent that you can transform into a way to generate income for you and your family. Our Residential Home Inspection and Flagger classes are ideal for learning the ropes of a new trade.

Fax completed registration form with credit card information to (618) 656.9515.

It’s possible that you are looking to make a few changes or upgrades to your home this fall. Learn how to do the simple repairs yourself in our Drywall Installation & Repair or Winterizing Your Home workshops. If planning to build a new home this fall, I suggest attending our Building a Safer, Greener Home class.

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In preparation for the holiday feasts yet to come this year, I suspect some of you might be looking to change your fitness routine. We have something for everyone! Tai Chi, Yoga and Water Exercise are easy on the joints, yet very effective ways to stay active. For those who are a little more adventurous, I invite you to try out Beginning Ballet or West Coast Swing. And, don’t forget about the kids; check out the wide variety of activities for them on pages 12 & 13. If there is a change you are experiencing and a workshop or class that could help, please let me know. We want to be your learning partner for life and we believe what you know changes everything! Feel free to share your thoughts on our Facebook page too.

Katie Haas Assistant Director Corporate & Community Learning

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Mission Statement To empower people by raising aspirations and fostering achievement through dynamic, compassionate, and responsible learning experiences.

Lewis and Clark Community College insures equal opportunities are offered in the admission, education, and employment of individuals regardless of sex, race, ethnicity, color, creed or religion, national origin, disability, age, marital status, military status, sexual orientation, and other protected categories. Any inquiries concerning the application of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, Title IX of the Education Amendments, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination Act, and the Illinois Human Rights Act may be made to: Gary Ayres, Vice President of Administration, Erickson Hall, Room 103, Lewis and Clark Community College, Godfrey, IL 62035, or (618) 468.3000.


Personal Enrichment Food & Wine Pie Baking

Tired of buying frozen pie crusts? Learn to make scrumptious homemade pies with flaky crusts and your favorite fruit filling from scratch! Bring a cookie sheet, handheld mixer and pie plates. Everyone goes home with two pies (fruit–filled and meringue) plus a crust for the freezer! CEHG–124–FCV60 $35 Thu Sep 27 6–9PM Carlinville Middle School, Home Ec Room (CV 111)

Susan Millard

Make Ahead & Freeze Cookies

Grab your friends and get an early start on your holiday baking! In this one–day workshop participants will work side by side with local baker Susan Millard to bake and sample a variety of holiday cookies. If you prepare dough and cookies now and pop them in your freezer, you’ll be all set for holiday guests. Out of the freezer and into the oven, and dessert is ready! Bring two cookie sheets, a handheld mixer and a few storage containers.

Beer & Brats

Learn about the history of Oktober Fest and sample the special brews of fall with Len Scaturro of Crushed Grapes. Beer and brats provided. Must be 21 to enroll. CEHG–153–F6 $39 Wed Oct 3 7–9PM Crushed Grapes, Edwardsville

Len Scaturro

Rieslings of the World

If you’re looking for a crisp, refreshing and versatile wine, then you have found your match in today’s assortment of Rieslings. Join sommelier Len Scaturro for an educational and tasty evening featuring Rieslings from around the world. The domestic wine regions of California, Oregon and Washington as well as the international regions of Australia and Germany will be explored. Wine and food will be provided. Must be 21 to enroll. CEHG–154–F6 $39 Wed Nov 14 7–9PM Crushed Grapes, Edwardsville

Cooking for a Crowd

If you enjoy cooking, want to learn more about cooking for a crowd and would like to help brighten the lives of others, this workshop is for you! Join us for this unique culinary adventure where we will cook and serve a meal for families staying at the Park Avenue Ronald McDonald House (RMH) in St. Louis. Part of the mission at the Ronald McDonald House is to provide a comfortable place to stay for families of seriously ill children receiving treatment at St. Louis area hospitals. In this hands–on workshop, you will learn some key tips for cooking for a crowd from Chef Stephanie Vallo including simple recipes with big taste, sanitary food preparation, efficient service to a large group, proper cleanup and food storage. You will also be introduced to the variety of volunteer opportunities available in the Metro East community by local philanthropist Christy Schaper. Workshop fee includes all supplies, food and materials for preparing the meal for the RMH families and transportation for the round trip expedition to St. Louis and back. If you have ever thought about providing a meal for the Ronald McDonald House families, but found it overwhelming to coordinate, get on the bus & come with us! A detailed itinerary will be provided a week prior to departure. Space is limited, reserve your spot today!

Len Scaturro

CEHG–125–FCV50 $35 Sat Dec 1 9AM–12PM Carlinville Middle School, Home Ec Room (CV 111)

Susan Millard

CEHG–185–51 $65 Sun Nov 11 1–8PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

Christy Schaper & Stephanie Vallo

Cake Decorating Buttercream Basics

Fondant Basics: Cake Pops

You asked for it and now here it is! This hands–on workshop is all about using buttercream and icing tips to give your cakes that finished, picture perfect look just like the pros. Cake artist Michelle Davenport of Sweet Indulgences will show you how to make scrolls, flowers and other designs. Then you will put these new skills and techniques to use as you decorate a cake to take home at the end of the night. All materials and supplies are included in the course fee.

Explore the latest trend in confectionary creations by learning how to create Thanksgiving themed cake pops! Perfect for parties and special events, cake pops utilize cake, candy and fondant to transform any shape into a sweet treat on a stick. In this hands–on workshop, cake artist and owner of Sweet Indulgences, Michelle Davenport, will teach you how to prepare and dip ordinary cake balls and decorate them to look like turkeys and fall leaves. All supplies and materials needed to create a set of cake pops are included in the course fee.

CEHG–398–60 $36 Tue Sep 18 6–8PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

Michelle Davenport

Fondant Basics: Halloween Cakes

CEHG–408–60 $36 Mon Nov 5 6–8PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

Michelle Davenport

Turn your next cake into a spooktacular work of art, just in time for Halloween! During this hands–on workshop, cake artist Michelle Davenport of Sweet Indulgences will show you how to make some Halloween themed elements like a ghost, zombie, pumpkin and fall leaves from fondant, then you will use them to decorate your own cake to take home at the end of the night. All materials and supplies are included in the course fee. CEHG–401–60 $36 Tue Oct 16 6–8PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

Fondant Basics: Holiday Cakes

Add some humor to the holidays this year by learning how to make a fun cake for you and your family! In this hands–on workshop, each participant will make a cute little cake with Santa and some friends relaxing in the hot tub – unfortunately, one of them is Frosty! Cake artist Michelle Davenport of Sweet Indulgences will guide you through making each of the elements from fondant and adding them to your cake. She will also show you techniques that you can use to decorate your own cakes at home any time of year! All materials and supplies are included in the course fee. CEHG–402–60 $36 Tue Dec 4 6–8PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

Michelle Davenport

Michelle Davenport

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Active Retirement Social Security: Getting the Most

Have you ever wondered when the best time to start your Social Security benefit could be? It may not always be the day after you retire. This informational workshop is designed to guide you through various strategies on how to help maximize your Social Security benefit. Presented by one of the leading financial experts in the Riverbend Area, you will learn about the Social Security benefit value, the risks of early versus late retirement, spousal considerations and disability and death benefits. This knowledge helps lay the foundation for a successful retirement and could aid you in maintaining your current lifestyle. Pre–registration is required, no walk–ins please. CEAR–103–60 $5 Wed Nov 7 6:30–8PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 2502

Tyler Schaper

Japanese Writing Systems

The Japanese language has several writing systems. In this class, you will learn about the different ways Japanese people read and write. Over the course of 4 weeks you will be able to read and write Katakana, Hiragana and one hundred Kanji symbols. You will also be taught how to continue to learn more Kanji symbols on your own from native Japanese instructor, Kuniko Robeen. CEPE–160–60 $30 Mon Oct 8–29 7–8:30PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 156

Kuniko Robeen

Getting Your Book Published

Do you dream of publishing a book? Learn what it takes from author, radio host and motivational entertainer Nancy Herold in this interactive workshop. Nancy will share information and tools to better understand the publishing industry, including how to weigh the pros and cons of traditional publishing verses self publishing, what is needed to present a professional and competitive self published work and costs effective resources for promotion and distribution of the book. As a self–published author herself, Nancy knows firsthand what it takes to maintain creative control and glean the most profits from book sales and her methods have led to local and international success. CEPE–123–N50 $25 Sat Sep 29 10AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4119 CEPE–123–50 $25 Sat Dec 8 10AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 158

Nancy Herold

Pickleball

Say good–bye to being a spectator and come learn this exciting paddle game called Pickleball. This sport can be played on driveways, cul–de–sacs, tennis courts, indoors or out. Pickleball is a combination of Ping–Pong, tennis and badminton and is enjoyed by people of all ages. Once you learn the rules, setup,and techniques of pickleball in this class, you will have access to Lewis and Clark’s tennis courts to continue playing anytime the courts are available. CEAR–107–01 $35 Tue Aug 14–Sep 4

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CEAR–107–02 $35 Thu Aug 16–Sep 6 2:30–4:30PM Godfrey Campus, Tennis Complex

A study by the National Institute on Aging found that seniors who maintain an active lifestyle – physically, mentally and socially – remain independent longer, feel more contented and fulfilled, and experience an improved quality of life.

Igniting the Sacred Fire, Reinventing Yourself at Any Age

In this unique and powerful workshop, author, radio host, and motivational performer Nancy Herold will share her formula for creating a life of passion, purpose and prosperity in the face of dramatic change. Based on her ground breaking book “Igniting the Sacred Fire, Reinventing Yourself at Any Age”, she will guide participants through the process she herself used at age 50 after closing a family business in a distressed economy, incurring bankruptcy and foreclosure, to reclaim the dream career of her youth as a full time entertainer and motivational performer. At the end of this one–day seminar, participants will understand what ‘sacred fire’ means in today’s world and the part it plays in healing our dramas around money, health and relationships. Learn what tools can help uncover hidden talents and passion, as well as how to apply that passion for a successful and satisfying life! CEPE–121–N01 $59 Fri Oct 19 8:30AM–5:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4119 CEPE–121–01 $59 Fri Nov 9 8:30AM–5:30PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 158

Nancy Herold

Harlan Keltner

Understanding the Geriatric Client

This one hour workshop is designed to be an overview of the possible barriers to the care of the geriatric client with cognitive limitations. Not all cognitive deficiencies present the same way. While some may be limited to short term memory issues, still others may be unable to process new information, or have needs that are compounded by sensory limitations such as impaired vision or hearing. Participants will learn how to enter the world of a client with cognitive impairments, manage family response to such limitations and how to provide optimum care for the geriatric client while avoiding burnout. CEPE–122–50 $15 Sat Sep 22 10–11AM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 158

Nancy Herold

Plein Air Painting

Plein air painting or drawing is done outdoors and began when the Impressionist artists worked outdoors and saw how sunlight affected their colors. In this class, participants will experience outdoor painting scenes along the banks of the Mississippi River, the Parks above the River, old Alton and the scenery surrounding the area. The instructor, artist Eugene Ursprung, will demonstrate watercolor techniques and explain color combinations, depth in painting, along with other drawing and painting techniques. Materials and supplies are not included in the course fee. The cost will be at least $30 and will depend on where you purchase your art materials. You will receive a supply list before the class begins. CEAC–224–F01 $89 Tue & Thu Oct 9–25 9:30AM–12PM NGRREC Field Station, Alton

Gene Ursprung

Nancy Herold Perhaps best known under her professional pseudonym of Adrianna Larkin, Nancy Herold RN, BSN is an internationally known radio host, author, keynote speaker and motivational performer with over 30 years experience in healthcare, business and the arts. Author of “Igniting the Sacred Fire, Reinventing Yourself at Any Age” she shares her process of “reinvention” to a full–time entertainment career at age 50 against all odds and in the midst of great personal crisis that included a failed family business, dual unemployment, bankruptcy, and foreclosure. She offers: “So many of us—myself included—received messages when we were young from well intentioned parents, and teachers, telling us that we could not have what we wanted; that we needed to reach for a less lofty goal or seek a career other than the one we would choose for ourselves. As a result, most people believe their dreams have some sort of expiration date. Yet, it has been shown time and again that what we are drawn toward and inspired by, are the very things for which we have some skill or natural ability that we can leverage for our greatest success.” “We now understand the role that happiness plays in our performance at work, our physical well being, our relationships, and our longevity. Still we have a tendency to overlook the two options for creating that happiness: a reframing of our present circumstances or using the power we own to create new ones. I encourage people to do both and offer them tools to assist the process.”

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Job Skills Residential Home Inspection

This 60–hour, pre–licensing course will provide participants with a basic understanding of the system and standards of residential home inspection. Upon successful completion of this course, participants will meet the requirements to sit for the state exam and receive a license as a home inspector in the state of Illinois. CEPD–503–N60 $695 Mon Aug 20–Nov 26 5:30–9:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 205

Mark Gum

The Entrepreneurial Journey

Think you have what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur? Join Nancy Herold for a powerful and insightful workshop as she shares the inside scoop of the entrepreneurial life. Learn what personality traits it takes to be a successful entrepreneur, the variety of resources available to assist in the process and techniques for marketing your new business on a shoestring budget. Nancy has owned four businesses ranging from retail sales and custom framing, to piano tuning and service, to publishing and currently personal development coaching and entertainment. She is a third generation entrepreneur having grown up in her father’s sales business and has coached and mentored others in what it takes to make it as a successful entrepreneur.

Flagger: Highway Work Zone Safety

This course will focus on a review of the standards established by the National Safety Council and the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). Emphasis is placed on individual flagger requirements regarding at–risk worker training and responsibilities. Topics of discussion include, but are not limited to, advance warning areas, transition areas, activity areas and termination areas of work zones. On–site outdoor training examples are used to illustrate the proper selection set up and use of temporary traffic control devices. This 4–hour course is designed to satisfy Federal, State and Local flagger certification requirements. Upon completion, students receive a 3 year certification for work as a Flagger. $75 CEPD–505–E1 Fri Sep 7 8:30AM–12:30PM CEPD–505–E2 Fri Oct 5 8:30AM–12:30PM CEPD–505–E3 Fri Nov 2 8:30AM–12:30PM CEPD–505–E4 Fri Dec 7 8:30AM–12:30PM Bethalto Education Center, Bethalto, BE 200

Food Service Sanitation

This course studies sanitation in relation to food preparation and service. Training topics include sanitation chemicals, equipment, materials, regulations, and inspection standards necessary to ensure sanitary dispensing of food. Participants prepare for and take the Illinois Food Service Sanitation Manager Certificate examination in this course. Required textbook will be loaned to participants for the duration of the course and must be returned upon completion. CEPD–140–N1 $150 Mon & Tue Sep 24 & 25 9AM–5:30PM (Mon), 9AM–3PM (Tue) N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119

Food Service Sanitation Review

This course studies sanitation in relation to food preparation and service. Training topics include sanitation chemicals, equipment, materials, regulations, and inspection standards necessary to ensure sanitary dispensing of food. Participants prepare for and take the Illinois Food Service Sanitation Manager Certificate examination in this course. Required textbook will be loaned to participants for the duration of the course and must be returned upon completion.

Synthia Hines

CEPD–141–N1 $75 Tue Sep 25 9AM–3PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119

CEPD–140–01 $150 Thu & Fri Oct 4 & 5 9AM–5:30PM (Thu), 9AM–3PM (Fri) Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3515

CEPD–141–01 $75 Fri Oct 5 9AM–3PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3515

Sandy Jolly

Synthia Hines

Sandy Jolly

CEPE–120–50 $39 Sat Oct 6 9AM–1PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 158

Nancy Herold

Emotional Intelligence SEL in Romance

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is a process for learning life skills, including how to deal with oneself, others and relationships. In this course, participants will learn how to apply these skills to the art of romance. Start by gaining a better understanding of social emotional learning principles and begin or improve upon existing romantic relationships. Self–awareness, self–management, social awareness, relationship skills and good decision–making skills are core components of this course. All sessions will begin and end with relaxation training. Life skills, stress management, goal–setting, time management and organization are woven throughout the course as well. Sessions will be interactive and discussion–based with some group work as well. Participants will come away from this course feeling more calm, confident, and connected. CEPE–161–N60 $125 Tue/Thu Oct 2–Nov 8 4–6PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119

Jesse Allen

SEL for Better Business

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is a process for learning life skills, including how to deal with oneself and others in a constructive manner and work more effectively. In this course, participants will learn how to apply these skills to building better business relationships. Start by gaining a better understanding of social emotional learning principles and gain more business connections or improve the ones you already have. Self–awareness, self–management, social awareness, relationship skills and good decision–making skills are core components of this course. All sessions will begin and end with relaxation training. Life skills, stress management, goal–setting, time management and organization are woven throughout the course as well. Sessions will be interactive and discussion–based with some group work as well. Participants will come away from this course feeling more calm, confident, and connected. CEPE–162–N60 $125 Tue/Thu Oct 2–Nov 8 6–8PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119

Jesse Allen

SEL for Better Friendships

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is a process for learning life skills, including how to deal with oneself and others and relationships. In this course, participants will learn how to apply these skills to developing and maintaining positive friendships. Start by gaining a better understanding of social emotional learning principles and learn how to develop sympathy and empathy for others. Self–awareness, self–management, social awareness, relationship skills and good decision–making skills are core components of this course. All sessions will begin and end with relaxation training. Life skills, stress management, goal–setting, time management and organization are woven throughout the course as well. Sessions will be interactive and discussion–based with some group work as well. Participants will come away from this course feeling more calm, confident, and connected. This course utilizes Illinois State Board of Education learning standards for social emotional learning and is appropriate for adults and children as young as 12. CEPE–163–N50 $125 Sat Oct 6–Nov 10 9AM–1PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 205

Jesse Allen

Jesse Allen Jesse Allen received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Illinois. After returning to his hometown of Edwardsville, Jesse received his teaching certificate in special education and his bachelor’s degree in education from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. He taught students with severe behavior disorders and zero–tolerance offenders in Madison County for ten years. During that time he received his master’s degree in education from SIUE. He also worked on statewide grants for social emotional learning. He resides in Edwardsville with his wife, Lisa, and two daughters, Eloise and Zinnia.

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Home Improvement Building a Safer, Greener Home

Planning on building a new home? This workshop will show you why and how to use Green, High–Performance building materials and techniques, saving you energy, future utility and repair expenses, and even the loss of your home or life in the event of severe weather! Subjects include choosing the most energy efficient and rugged building materials, the best heating, cooling, lighting and appliance choices, and how proper design and planning can save you money, time and risk. And the best part: building green can actually cost the same or less than “normal” construction!

Drywall Installation & Repair

Winterizing Your Home

CEHG–112–01 $19 Tue Oct 16 1:15–3:15PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 174

CEHG–113–60 $19 Tue Sep 18 6–8PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 156

Save on home repair and maintenance bills by learning how to do it yourself! This hands–on workshop will focus on installing and repairing drywall in your home, business or investment property. Discussion will cover the necessary tools and supplies needed to complete simple dry walling projects.

Chuck Herring

Reduce your heating bills this season by learning some simple ways to winterize your home. In this hands–on workshop, home repair expert Chuck Herring, will teach you low cost techniques to prepare your home for winter and keep the heat in. Discussion topics include programming your thermostat, sealing windows and doors, and upgrading your insulation.

Chuck Herring

CEGR–102–60 $60 Tue & Thu Oct 16 & 18 6–8PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1500

Don Dieckmann

Computer Skills Computer File Management

We have all lost files on our computers! In this half–day, hands–on workshop, you will learn how to organize your files, search for lost files, move files from one place to another, and set system defaults where files get saved. Pre–requisite: Meet the Mouse, Computer Basics, or a basic understanding of the Windows operating system. CECC–103–50 $39 Sat Sep 8 9AM–1PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Susan Broadway

PowerPoint Special Effects

PowerPoint isn’t just for the office anymore! In this six hour hands–on workshop, participants will learn how to creating eye– catching presentations using PowerPoint’s special effects tools. Learn to run a slide show with animation and sound, insert video clips and photos with graphic effects, and utilize hyperlinks and action buttons. These photo slide shows are great for weddings, marquees, parties, memorials and more. Participants should have some basic knowledge of PowerPoint to be successful in this class.

Meet the Mouse

Just bought a computer? Now What? Meet the mouse and learn all about navigating your way to happy computing. This basic training course is perfect for new PC users or those whose skills need refreshing. In this eight hour hands–on class, participants will learn the basics of using the mouse and keyboard, work with Windows 7.0 and programs, adjust computer settings, explore the Internet, and set–up an e–mail account! No experience necessary. CECC–101–01 $79 Tue/Thu Sep 11–20 9–11AM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Susan Broadway

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Microsoft Word is more than a word processor. Discover how to design invitations, posters, greeting cards, calendars, business cards, personalized stationary and more! Learn the secrets of mail merge, personalized forms and how to create photo albums. Explore all of the hidden secrets of Word. Is there anything you can’t do with Word? CECC–131–01 $79 Tue/Thu Oct 16–25 9–11AM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Pam Bywater

Pam Bywater

CECC–135–N60 $69 Tue & Thu Oct 9 & 11 6–9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 121

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Fun with Word

To Google and Beyond

Think Google is just a search engine? Think again. In this class we will explore the multi–faceted world of Google. Discover Google Earth and maps with street view to help you get where you are going. Do you like to read and keep up with current events? Google Reader is a personalized reading café complete with your favorite news sites and blogs. Google Voice, Talk and Gmail will keep you in touch with family and friends. Google is packed with more than 30 different applications for you to explore. This class requires some previous computer knowledge. CECC–186–N1 $59 Tue/Thu Nov 6–15 9–11AM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4121

Pam Bywater


Health & Wellness Beginning Tai Chi Chuan

Progressive Yoga

Tai Chi is a series of slow, coordinated exercises that promotes longevity and good health. Learn the basic principles and techniques of this traditional Chinese martial art in this class for beginners. CESC–107–N60 $99 Thu Aug 23–Dec 13 7–8PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119

Anne Gricevich

CESC–151–60 $110 Mon Aug 20–Dec 10

Continuing Tai Chi Chuan

Continue your study of this ancient form of Chinese exercise as you refine your techniques and learn additional movements. Prerequisite: Beginning Tai Chi Chuan. CESC–207–N60 $99 Thu Aug 23–Dec 13 8–9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119

Anne Gricevich

Yoga Fit

Yoga is a good practice for everyone. Yoga helps relieve stress, increase vitality, and improve mind, body and spiritual unity. This course introduces a system of yoga postures presented in a thoughtful, progressive practice designed to increase strength, stamina, flexibility, coordination, balance and focus. The class can accommodate all skill levels from beginning to advanced. Students will need to wear athletic clothing and bring a yoga mat. CESC–150–01 $99 Mon/Wed/Fri Jul 30–Sep 21

Yoga relieves stress, increases vitality and stamina, and unites body, mind and spirit. This course emphasizes a system of yoga postures, requiring physical and mental discipline designed to increase strength, flexibility, coordination, balance, and focus. This intermediate level yoga class builds on the postures and breathing exercises learned in beginning yoga, progressing to more challenging postures. [Offered concurrently with PHED 151.] 5–6:40PM

CESC–151–61 $110 Wed Aug 22–Dec 12 5–6:40PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Betsy Smith

Intro to Healing Touch

Healing Touch is an energy therapy that supports self–healing in individuals. It is based upon healing arts concepts and holistic principals that acknowledge the body–mind–spirit connection existing innately within each person. Learn effective and practical self–care methods and tools for stress reduction, relaxation and restoring harmony and balance. The practice of Healing Touch is known to decrease pain, anxiety and other stress, and create a sense of peace and well–being. Learn how Healing Touch can help in your personal life and your professional practice. This workshop is open to anyone. It is approved for 3 contact hours of continuing education for nurses and massage therapists. CEPD–713–N60 $50 Thu Sep 20 6–9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119

Yogalates

Yogalates is a mind/body class for people who can’t hold still! An alternative to traditional yoga and Pilates, this format is ideal for those who find traditional yoga and Pilates intimidating or restrictive. This hybrid workout combines mind/body practices, as well as principles of sport stretch, strength training and dynamic movement to improve strength, flexibility, balance, core stability, and reduce stress while constantly flowing from one exercise to the next. Previous yoga or Pilates experience is helpful, but not necessary. [Offered concurrently with PHED 176 Yogalates.] CESC–176–60 $110 Tue/Thu Aug 21–Dec 13 5–5:50PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

12:15–1:05PM

Deb Klueter

Healing Touch Level 1

This course is the first level of Healing Touch (HT) which can progress to certification. HT is an energy therapy utilizing non-invasive techniques to support and facilitate physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health and is endorsed by the American Holistic Nurses Association. The basics of the human energy system and concepts related to health will be explored by learning techniques, assessments and principals of Healing Touch. This workshop is open to anyone desiring an in-depth understanding of healing work using energy-based concepts. This course is approved for 16 contact hours of continuing education for nurses and massage therapists. CEPD–714–N50 $365 Sat & Sun Oct 6 & 7 9AM–6:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 101

CESC–150–02 $99 Mon/Wed/Fri Sep 24–Nov 19 12:15–1:05PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Lynn Placek

Marcy Bosoluke

Healthcare Provider CPR

This American Heart Association Healthcare Provider Course is intended for healthcare professionals, or students enrolled in a health–related career program. CPR includes adult, child and infant one– and two–rescuer CPR; rescue breathing for the adult, child and infant using a bag–valve–mask device; use of an AED; and management of a conscious and unconscious adult, child and infant who is choking. Participants must complete a skills practicum and earn a score of 84% or better on a written exam to successfully complete the course and to receive an American Heart Association Healthcare Provider completion card (valid for 2 years). Materials for this course are included in the course fee. CEPD–513–60 $50 Thu Sep 13 5–9PM Godfrey Campus CEPD–513–E6 $50 Thu Oct 25 5–9PM

Bethalto Education Center

Heartsaver CPR

This American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR course is intended for individuals who work in non–healthcare related fields. CPR includes adult, child, and infant one–rescuer CPR, rescue breathing using a mask for the adult and child, and management of a person who is choking. (This course does not include First Aid.) Participants who complete the course will receive an American Heart Association Heartsaver Adult, Child, and Infant CPR completion card valid for 2 years. A CPR reference book is included in the course fee. CESC–102–60 $45 Thu Nov 15 5–9PM Godfrey Campus CESC–102–E6 $45 Thu Dec 6 5–9PM

Bethalto Education Center

Recreation Easy Riders

Never ridden a horse? Used to ride years ago and need a riding refresher? Come join the Easy Riders class for adults! In this 4–week class, learn how to be more comfortable and safe around horses while learning how to ride with style and confidence. Riders may choose either an English or Western style saddle. Lesson horses are well–trained and kind–hearted. Riders will be contacted by the instructor prior to the start date to discuss class requirements. (Class size is limited to maximize one–on–one instruction.) CEPE–128–F50 $99 TBA Sep 16–Oct 7 11:30AM–1PM Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto

Adult Tennis for Beginners

Pickleball

Say good–bye to being a spectator and come learn this exciting paddle game called Pickleball. This sport can be played on driveways, cul–de–sacs, tennis courts, indoors or out. Pickleball is a combination of Ping–Pong, tennis and badminton and is enjoyed by people of all ages. Once you learn the rules, setup,and techniques of pickleball in this class, you will have access to Lewis and Clark’s tennis courts to continue playing anytime the courts are available.

The goal of the Adult tennis program is to introduce and reinforce tennis skills for players who may be just starting to learn to play, or for those players who have already acquired the basic skills of the game. Each class will build on the basic fundamentals of each stroke. The adult tennis program is geared to build skills and confidence for a lifetime. Don’t forget your tennis racket and water bottle.

CEAR–107–01 $35 Tue Aug 14–Sep 4

CESC–108–50 $79 Sat Sep 1–22 10–11AM Godfrey Campus, Tennis Complex

2:30–4:30PM

CEAR–107–02 $35 Thu Aug 16–Sep 6 2:30–4:30PM Godfrey Campus, Tennis Complex

Barry Storms

Lesa Teepe

Adult Tennis Intermediate/Advanced

The goal of the adult intermediate/advanced tennis program is to reinforce tennis skills already learned from previous instruction or experience. Each class will reinforce stroke technique, on–court movement and tactical strategy through a series of live drills and match play simulation. Students learn basic rules and tennis etiquette involving both doubles and singles play. Don’t forget your tennis racket and water bottle. CESC–109–50 $79 Sat Sep 1–22 11AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Tennis Complex

NEW!

Harlan Keltner

Introduction to Kung Fu

This course will explore the basics of Northern Shaolin Kung Fu including fitness training, flexibility, power and speed. Participants will learn and practice martial arts techniques for long, mid and short range situations alongside master trainer, Tom Englert. CESC–178–N60 $55 Mon Sep 24–Dec 3 6:30–7:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119

Tom Englert

Barry Storms

Learn to Swim Water Exercise

Get into shape in a refreshing new way. Designed for both swimmers and non– swimmers, this aquatic exercise class is held in the shallow end of the pool. Each class period includes times for individual aquatic activities and/or lap swimming at the end of the exercise. $35 CESW–001–A1 Tue/Thu CESW–001–A2 Tue/Thu CESW–001–A3 Tue/Thu CESW–001–A6 Tue/Thu CESW–001–B1 Tue/Thu CESW–001–B2 Tue/Thu CESW–001–B3 Tue/Thu CESW–001–B6 Tue/Thu

Aug 21–Oct 11 Aug 21–Oct 11 Aug 21–Oct 11 Aug 21–Oct 11 Oct 16–Dec 6 Oct 16–Dec 6 Oct 16–Dec 6 Oct 16–Dec 6

8–9AM 9–10AM 10–11AM 7:45–8:45PM 8–9AM 9–10AM 10–11AM 7:45–8:45PM

$45 CESW–003–A1 M/W/F Aug 20–Oct 12 8–9AM CESW–003–B1 M/W/F Oct 15–Dec 7 8–9AM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

Arthritis Exercise

Improve your flexibility and mobility in this gentle exercise class. Designed for swimmers and non–swimmers, each class period includes time for individual exercise activities and/or lap swimming. Classes are held in the shallow end of the Hatheway Pool on the Godfrey Campus. $35 CESW–002–A6 Mon/Wed Aug 20–Oct 10 7:45–8:45PM CESW–002–B6 Mon/Wed Oct 15–Dec 5 7:45–8:45PM $45 CESW–004–A1 M/W/F Aug 20–Oct 12 1–2PM CESW–004–B1 M/W/F Oct 15–Dec 7 1–2PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

Adult Learn to Swim

This is a basic course for non–swimmers and very new swimmers (and those who have fear of the water!). Small group sessions are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors in a relaxed atmosphere with one– on–one assistance as needed. In addition to the obvious health benefits from this class, you can achieve more self confidence as a swimmer. $35 CESW–005–A6 Wed Aug 22–Oct 10 CESW–005–A1 Sat Aug 25–Oct 13 CESW–005–B6 Wed Oct 17–Dec 5 CESW–005–B1 Sat Oct 20–Dec 8 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

6:45–7:30PM 8:30–9:15AM 6:45–7:30PM 8:30–9:15AM

Corporate & Community Learning

Aqua Dance Party

Jump into the easy–to–follow, calorie– burning, dance fitness party that makes working out a splash. Designed for both swimmers and non–swimmers, this aquatic exercise class is held in the shallow end of the pool. Accompanied by fun, upbeat music, Aqua Dance Party incorporates dance and fitness moves and makes it fun for anyone who wants to exercise in the water. $35 CESW–211–A6 Wed Aug 22–Oct 10 CESW–211–A1 Sat Aug 25–Oct 13 CESW–211–B6 Wed Oct 17–Dec 5 CESW–211–B1 Sat Oct 20–Dec 8 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

6–6:45PM 7:30–8:15AM 6–6:45PM 7:30–8:15AM

It’s What You Know.

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September Tuesday, September 11 7:30PM Jim Manley in Concert Benjamin Godfrey Memorial Chapel Wednesday, September 12 Noon Brown Bag Salon: The Landolfi Quartet Ringhausen Music Building Monday, September 17 Noon Brown Bag Salon Extra “Music & Memories of the Civil War” Ringhausen Music Building Monday, September 17 7:30PM Organ Spectacular III Benjamin Godfrey Memorial Chapel Wednesday, September 19 Noon Brown Bag Salon Featuring Bud Shultz & “You Can’t Beat Experience” Jazz Band Ringhausen Music Building

October

Wednesday, October 3 Noon Brown Bag Salon: “Opera A–La–Carte” Ringhausen Music Building Wednesday, October 10 Noon Brown Bag Salon Featuring Doug Byrkit Ringhausen Music Building Tuesday, October 16 11AM Brown Bag Salon Featuring Rebekah, Jennifer & Andrea Heckler on Violin Ringhausen Music Building Wednesday, October 17 Noon Brown Bag Salon Featuring Wayne Kimler on Solo Classical Guitar Ringhausen Music Building Saturday, October 20 7PM “Heroes of Alton” Featuring the Alton Symphony Orchestra Hatheway Cultural Center (Theatre) Tuesday, October 23 7PM Fall Choral Concert: “Autumn Intermezzo” Hatheway Cultural Center (Gallery) Wednesday, October 31 Noon Brown Bag Salon Featuring The Louis Michael Trio Ringhausen Music Building

November

Wednesday, November 7 Noon Brown Bag Salon “Music of Francis Poulenc” Ringhausen Music Building Sunday, November 25 3PM Limited Edition Holiday Concert Evangelical United Church of Christ, Godfrey (reservations not needed) Tuesday, November 27 7:30PM Choral Holiday Concert Hatheway Cultural Center (Gallery) Wednesday, November 28 Noon Brown Bag Salon Featuring Jamie Mills Ringhausen Music Building

December Sunday, December 2 3PM Third Annual “Sing–Along Messiah” Hatheway Cultural Center (Gallery) Sunday, December 2 2PM Switchback Featuring Brian Fitzgerald & Martin McCormick Benjamin Godfrey Memorial Chapel Wednesday, December 5 Noon Brown Bag Salon: “Holiday Happening” Ringhausen Music Building Tuesday, December 11 8PM President’s Holiday Concert Hatheway Cultural Center (Theatre)

Music Adult Beginning Piano

Adult Beginning Class Piano is open to all adults who would like to learn to play the piano for their own enjoyment and enrichment. This class will give players the tools needed to be able to play on their own and to select the music they enjoy. No prior keyboard experience is necessary. Instructional materials are included in the tuition fee. CEMU–961–01 $170 Tue Aug 21–Nov 20 1–1:50PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 130

Class Instruction: Guitar

Using group instruction, students will develop basic skills and techniques of playing the guitar. No previous playing experience is necessary. Students must provide an acoustic (non–electric) guitar. CEMU–959–01 $60 Tue/Thu Aug 21–Dec 13 12:15–1:30PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 109

Wayne Kimler

Limited Edition

Limited Edition provides students vocal performance experience, preparing and performing in a variety of styles including but not limited to Broadway, jazz, and other vocal literature representing the major style periods. Enrollment in this ensemble is by audition only. CEMU–942–01 $60 Tue/Thu Aug 21–Dec 13 3–4:30PM Godfrey Campus, Gilman 110

Susan Parton Stanard

Concert Choir

Concert Choir prepares singers to perform a variety of choral literature, including spirituals, opera, Broadway, and other choral literature representing the major style periods. CEMU–944–01 $60 Mon/Wed/Fri Aug 20–Dec 12

11–11:50AM

CEMU–944–60 $60 Tue Aug 21–Dec 11 6:30–9PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 125

Susan Parton Stanard

Jazz Band

Jazz Band covers preparation, exploration and performance of music representing the various jazz styles. Participants must be able to read music but improvisation experience is not required. Enrollment in this ensemble is by audition or consent of the instructor.

CEMU–946–60 $22.50 Mon Aug 20–Dec 10 7:30–9PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 100

Deborah Haferkamp

Guitar Ensemble

The Guitar Ensemble covers preparation, exploration and performance of guitar music literature from all major style periods. Participants must be able to read music. CEMU–947–60 $60 Mon Aug 20–Dec 10 6:30–9PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 125

Travis Mattison

Percussion Ensemble

Provides students experience, through preparation and performance in a variety of percussive ensemble settings, including but not limited to classic/orchestral, world/ethnic, novelty/non–traditional, and mallet/keyboard literature. CEMU–949–01 $60 Mon/Wed/Fri Aug 20–Dec 12 12–12:50PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 109

Peter Hussey

Wind Ensemble

This ensemble is open to brass and woodwind instruments. All members must be able to read music and prior experience in a band or ensemble is desirable. CEMU–970–60 $60 Thu Aug 23–Dec 13 6:30–9PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 109

Peter Hussey

Jazz Improvisation Lab

Jazz Improvisation Lab offers ensemble playing for qualified students of piano, guitar, bass, percussion, brass and woodwind instruments. All members must be able to read music. Prior experience as an instrumentalist in a school, municipal, or professional band is desirable. CEMU–933–01 $60 Mon/Wed Aug 20–Dec 12 3:30–4:45PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 109

Louis Michael

Tim Jarden

Dance Beginning Ballet for Adults

This introductory class will explore diverse poses and positions of ballet as well as basic coordination. Instruction will also include work on strength and alignment. Participants should wear loose fitting clothing and ballet slippers. No previous dance training required. CEPE–101–01 $105 Thu Sep 6–Oct 25 10:45AM–12:15PM CEPE–100–01 $100 Thu Nov 1–Dec 13 10:45AM–12:15PM No class Nov 22 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Sara Miller

Mambo & Samba

Expand your dance repertoire to include the infectious rhythms of the Mambo and Samba. This social dance class is designed for those who are new to ballroom or just need to brush up on the basics. Professional instruction led by William Trent of Moon Light Dancing Studio will focus on the American Style steps of these high energy dances. Hard soled shoes are recommended. Couples and singles are welcome, course fee is per person. CEPE–156–60 $40 Wed Aug 29–Sep 26 7–8PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

William Trent

West Coast Swing

Enjoy all the benefits of dancing, including improving your health and social life! This introductory class, led by professional dance instructor William Trent, offers basic instruction on the flirty spins, taps and shuffles of West Coast Swing. Whether new to ballroom dancing, or just need to brush up on some of the basics, you are sure to benefit from this class. Instruction will feature American Style steps. Hard soled shoes are recommended. Couples and singles are welcome, course fee is per person.

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Bring your lunch to Brown Bag Salon. __________________________

For additional information regarding these events, contact the Music Office at (618) 468.4731 or go to www.lc.edu/music

CEPE–157–60 $40 Wed Oct 3–Oct 31 7–8PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

William Trent

(618) 468.5777

Men’s Ensemble

Provides students vocal ensemble performance experience through preparing and performing in a variety of musical styles including but not limited to spirituals, Broadway, pop and literature representing the major style periods. The course content is such that the student is expected to gain increased depth of knowledge and skill through repetition. CEMU–991–01 $60 Mon/Wed/Fri Aug 20–Dec 12 11–11:50AM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 125

Susan Parton Stanard

CEMU–945–60 $60 Mon Aug 20–Dec 10 6:30–9PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 109

Most events are free & open to the public. Tickets required for Alton Symphony Orchestra concerts.

www.lc.edu/CCL

The Alton Symphony Orchestra offers orchestral experience for qualified players. All members of the orchestra must be able to read music and prior experience as an instrumentalist in school, municipal or professional orchestra is desirable. Enrollment in this ensemble is by audition or consent of the instructor.

Barbara McHugh

Saturday, December 15 7PM “Not Your Father’s Nutcracker!” Featuring the Alton Symphony Orchestra Hatheway Cultural Center (Theatre)

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NEW!

Symphony Orchestra

Women’s Ensemble

Provides students vocal ensemble performance experience through preparing and performing in a variety of musical styles including but not limited to spirituals, Broadway, pop and literature representing the major style periods. The course content is such that the student is expected to gain increased depth of knowledge and skill through repetition. CEMU–992–01 $60 Mon/Wed/Fri Aug 20–Dec 12 11–11:50AM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 125

Susan Parton Stanard

Electronic Music Production

Introduces the study of Pro Tools recording software including hard disk recording and Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI). Includes principles of sound synthesis, signal routing, mixing, editing, plug–in operations, virtual instruments and MIDI sequencing. CEMU–954–01 $180 Mon/Wed/Fri Aug 20–Dec 12 Godfrey Campus, Chapel 114

12–12:50PM

Louis Michael

Sequencing & Recording

Continues the study of Pro Tools software including hard disk recording and Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI). Further explores recording, mixing, editing techniques, plug–ins including compression, equalization, effects and virtual instruments. CEMU–955–01 $180 Tue/Thu Aug 21–Dec 13 1–2:15PM Godfrey Campus, Chapel 114

Louis Michael


Photography Photography Essentials

The Art of Photography

So you’ve got a digital camera, now what? Are your images too dark, too light, or too blurry? Help is here! In this workshop, Master Photographer Mike Nichols will demystify the aspects of your digital camera. Subjects covered include ISO settings, aperture, shutter speed, lens choices, lighting issues, and archiving. You’ll need your camera, owner’s manual, and computer cable. Students should be familiar with the locations of their camera settings within the menu. Through voluntary participation in practice sessions you will have the opportunity to learn from images that fall short of your expectations. Explore how your camera can give you the images you’ve always wanted. CEPE–127–N60 $59 Wed Aug 22–Sep 5 6:30–8:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 121

Nichols Photography

Producing a true work of art is the ultimate goal of every serious photographer. This course, led by Master Photographer Mike Nichols, will examine the essential elements of photographic art. Understanding these foundational components will help you to see with fresh eyes and elevate your work to a new level. Like an artist who has paints and brushes, a photographer uses a camera and computer programs to translate visions into reality. Through learning the art of analysis, participants will gain the knowledge of what makes a masterpiece and thus be able to create their own. (Each student will have the opportunity to develop his or her own art piece.) Class size is limited to accommodate more one–on–one attention.

Photoshop Tips & Tricks

If you are already familiar with the basics of the Photoshop program, come join us and build on your skills. If you want to open eyes, swap faces, add and subtract people from your shots, this is the class for you. You will learn to choose and use the right tools for each photographic task. You will be able to control color and contrast, work with layers, masks, and blending modes. Participants will be taught how to use actions to make repetitive tasks easier. This class, led by Master Photographer Mike Nichols, is designed to provide you with Photoshop techniques that are both fun and efficient. CEPE–227–N60 $59 Wed Sep 12–26 6:30–8:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N3 106

Nichols Photography

CEPE–327–N60 $74 Mon Oct 3–17 6:30–8:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N3 106

Nichols Photography

Snapshots No More: Basics to Better Photography

Learn to use your digital camera to create more interesting photographs of family and friends using composition basics. Learn about different types of photography and composition strategies – your photography will go from snapshots to art in just a couple hours!! You will take a photo safari to trying things out with an instructor present. You will need to bring the following: camera, all memory cards and card readers, a blank CD, camera owner’s manual.

Beyond Pointing & Shooting: Effective Use of DSLR Features

So you took the leap from a point and shoot camera to a DSLR, what do you do now!?! Learn what all those buttons, dials and menu options are and how to use them effectively to get the most out of your digital SLR camera. Learn how and when to use each shooting mode (Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority and yes, even Manual Mode!) and take your photographs from snapshots to art! You will take a photo safari to try things out with an instructor present. Be sure to bring the following: camera, all memory cards and card readers, a blank CD, camera owner’s manual. CEPE–423–50 $35 Sat Nov 3 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Dixie Gausling

Studio Lighting 101

Learn the basics of studio portraiture! Hands–on experience using both constant and strobe lighting set–ups in a studio environment will be included. Tips on basic studio lighting configurations, proper camera settings and use of posing to get the best portraits! Class will also cover basic Photoshop editing tools. Don’t forget your camera and bring a tripod if you have one. CEPE–420–50 $35 Sat Nov 17 12:30–3:30PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 227

Dixie Gausling

CEPE–421–50 $35 Sat Sep 29 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Dixie Gausling  

Love to make music? There’s a place for you in the Lewis and Clark Music Preparatory Program! For kids

For young singers, there is no better place to start than in the RiverBend Children’s Chorus. Barbara McHugh provides students in grades 1–8 with vocal instruction through an unforgettable choral experience. For young pianists, KinderKeys is a four–week group experience which will help parents determine their child’s readiness for private instruction. It’s a great way to gain confidence and skills.

For adults

If you love to sing, there’s a chair waiting for you in the Concert Choir. This group performs everything from Bach to Broadway! Instrumentalists may want to sign up for the Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band or even audition for a seat in the Alton Symphony Orchestra. You may want to develop your talent as a composer in other non–credit music classes for adults such as Electronic Music Production or Sequencing and Recording

For everyone!

Private instruction is available for children and adults at all levels of ability in voice and on most instruments. All instructors hold college degrees; more than two thirds have earned Master’s or Doctorate degrees. It’s never too late to learn: • Keyboard: Piano or Organ • Strings: Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass • Guitar: Acoustic, Electric • Voice: Singers age 13 and up (younger students considered case by case) • Brass: Horns, Tuba, Trombone, Trumpet • Woodwinds: Flute, Piccolo, Clarinet, Sax, Oboe • Percussion It’s going to be a “sing–ularly” spectacular fall. Learn how to get started today by contacting Susan Parton Stanard at (618) 468.4732 or email at spstanard@lc.edu.

Corporate & Community Learning

It’s What You Know.

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Online Learning Online learning anytime, anywhere.

Ed2Go – Take any of these instructor–facilitated courses from the comfort of your home or office at the times that are most convenient for you. A new section of each course starts monthly. All courses run for six to eight weeks and are composed of 12 lessons, representing 24 or more hours of instruction. You can ask questions and give or receive advice from your instructor at any time during the course. Below are a few titles. Go to www.ed2go.com/lewisandclark to see more.

Children, Parents & Family

Computers & Technology

Writing & Publishing

➙ Understanding

➙ Guiding Kids on the

➙ Managing Life as

➙ Creating WordPress

➙ A to Z Grantwriting ➙ Intro to Screenwriting ➙ Mystery Writing

Adolescents

a Single Parent

➙ Assisting Aging Parents

Internet

Websites

➙ Mac, iPhone & iPad Programming

Start Your Own Business

Personal Finance

Language & Arts

➙ Marketing Your Business

➙ Keys to Successful

➙ Creating a Successful

➙ Stocks, Bonds &

➙ Gift Basket Business

➙ Protect Your Money,

on the Internet

Business Plan

Money Management Investing: Oh My!

➙ Conversational French ➙ Beginning Drawing ➙ Intro to Interior Design

How to Get Started: Ed2Go Courses

Visit our Online Instruction Center: www.ed2go.com/lewisandclark

2012 Start Dates:

New course sessions start each month: Sep 19 Nov 14 Oct 17 Dec 12

Requirements: All courses require Internet access, email, and Microsoft Internet Explorer or Firefox Web browsers. Some courses may have additional requirements. Please visit our online sites for more information.

Credit & Identity

Online Medical Career Training Programs

Career Step – Career Step has been an active player in the healthcare education market, building on over 17 years of experience. The company has a solid record of providing quality training and has continued to develop and refine its innovative online training programs. With Career Step, students have the opportunity to successfully prepare for rewarding careers in the growing healthcare industry, while employers have tools and a key resource to quickly find quality employees. There is a growing need for well–trained, entry–level medical transcriptionists and medical coding and billing specialists. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, both fields are projected to grow over the next few years, and a recent American Health Management Association study found that over half of responding employers had open coding positions in the previous year. Prepare for the future at careerstep.com/ap/lewisandclark.

➙ Medical Transcription Editing ➙ Pharmacy Technician ➙ Inpatient & Outpatient

➙ Computer Tech

• Graduates of this program will be prepared to sit for the CompTIA A+ certification. The program is 230 hours long and as part of the course enrollment fee, each graduate will receive 2 vouchers to use for their certification exams.

• Computer technicians fall into the Computer Support Specialists category as defined by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The BLS reports that this field is expected to grow by 18%, or over 110,000 new jobs, between 2010 and 2020 and that professionals in this field earn average annual salaries of over $50,000.

Medical Coding & Billing

➙ Outpatient Medical Coding & Billing ➙ Medical Transcription Editing

Register for any of these online medical career training programs before November 15 and receive a FREE laptop or textbooks!

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(618) 468.5777

Career Step www.careerstep.com/ap/ lewisandclark


Travel & Tourism Professional Certificate Online • Affordable • Flexible • Accessible Have you ever dreamed of traveling to places like Rome, London, Paris or the Greek Islands? Join a four trillion–dollar a year industry to see the world on the job! In this innovative online Travel & Tourism Program you will study world destinations, travel products, suppliers, customer service and sales skills, industry policies, procedures and ethics. You will also learn about the benefits and discounts offered to travel professionals by airlines, hotels and resorts, cruise lines and tour operators. Our professional program will prepare you to begin a new career, start your own home–based travel business or plan your next vacation! Students who successfully complete all three courses in the Professional Certificate Sequence and pass the Travel Agent Proficiency Exam will earn a Travel and Tourism Professional Certificate issued from Lewis and Clark Community College. Internet access is required. A high–speed Internet connection and Microsoft Word 2003 or better are highly recommended. For more information, call Amy at (618) 468.5715 or email akozlowski@lc.edu.

Professional Certificate Series The Business of Travel & Tourism

Begin your journey to a successful career in travel and tourism with a systematic, real–world focused and comprehensive review of this exciting profession. You will be introduced to basic travel concepts, key sectors of the travel industry, effective practices for selling the travel product, an overview of destination knowledge and use of technology in the travel and tourism industry. You’ll also learn about business communications and money management in travel offices, along with the operations of a home–based travel business. Course fee does not include required textbook and student workbook. $349 CEWW–700–01TT Aug 27–Dec 16 Online Registration deadline is August 20

Geography for Travel & Tourism

What’s your geography I.Q.? Geography literacy is essential for those planning a career in the travel, tourism or hospitality industries. You’ll learn about the world’s most popular destinations, and discover unique lesser known locations. You’ll explore the physical environment, history, language, currency, transportation, accommodations and attractions of key tourist destinations around the world. You’ll also learn how to match clients to destinations, arrange travel itineraries and respond to common requests. Course fee does not include required textbook and student workbook. $349 CEWW–701–01TT Aug 27–Dec 16 Online Registration deadline is August 20

Travel Agent Proficiency Review & Exam

This comprehensive online review will prepare you to be successful on the Travel Agent Proficiency (TAP) Exam after completion of this course. The TAP Exam was developed by the Travel Institute and The American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) to provide a national standard of entry–level proficiency for travel and tourism professionals. It measures entry–level competency in all aspects of this industry, including air, rail and motor coach tours, accommodations cruises, group tours, destinations, industry technology, sales, customer service and more. Hundreds of practice questions are true/false, multiple– choice and map work. Students must pass the TAP by a score of 75% or higher. Exam fee is not included in course fee. Information on professional testing, and the cost of the TAP Exam, will be provided in the course information. Prerequisites: The Business of Travel & Tourism and Geography for Travel and Tourism. $349 CEWW–702–01TT Aug 27–Dec16 Online Registration deadline is August 20

Continuing Education Meeting & Event Planning: An Introduction to the Industry

Meetings, expositions, events and conventions (MEEC) is a growing industry in this country, as well as abroad. This course offers a comprehensive overview of the key elements of this global industry: meeting and convention venues, destination management organizations, service contractors, special events management, budgeting, marketing and producing MEEC gatherings, legal issues, technology and international issues of MEEC. Real–life case studies offer practical application of concepts and best practices. If you’re interested in becoming a meeting/event planner for a corporation, educational institution, professional association, visitor’s bureau, convention or conference center, or working in fund raising for non–profit organizations, this class is for you! (Course fee does not include required textbook.) $349 CEWW–703–01TT Aug 27–Dec 16 Online Registration deadline is August 20

A Guide to the Cruise Industry

Welcome to this exciting introduction to the world of cruising. You will begin your study with a brief history of the amazing evolution of the cruise industry. Learn about the many unique cruise regions around the world, and the ports of call, shore excursions and attractions at different destinations. Explore the many different cruise companies, learn how to read a cruise brochure and a deck plan, how to market, promote, price and book a cruise vacation for individuals or groups. On–board daily routines and activities will be discussed, along with cruise etiquette, tipping, packing and pre– and post–cruise packages. You will also learn what to expect on a day in port and a day at sea. Course fee does not include required textbook. $249 CEWW–706–01TT Sep 17–Dec 9 Online Registration deadline is September 10

Caribbean Destination Specialist

In this course, you will study the uniqueness and specialized features of each island, along with a brief history. The course includes an in–depth and comprehensive study of air, sea, inter–island transportation, primary sightseeing attractions and where the best beaches are located. It will also cover sporting opportunities, festivals, special events, customs, language, currency, cuisine, entertainment and accommodation choices. Upon successful completion of this online course, you will have the option to take the industry recognized exam and earn your professional designation: Caribbean Destination Specialist. There is no textbook to purchase for this course. All material is embedded in the online course. Exam fee is not included in course fee. Information on professional testing arrangements will be covered in the course. $249 CEWW–704–01TT Sep 17–Dec 9 Online Registration deadline is September 10

European Culture & Heritage Destination Specialist

Pack your bags and come along on an extraordinary journey through 25 European countries rich in culture and heritage. You will learn about historic sites and monuments, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) World Heritage sites, special traditions and celebrations, customs, art, architecture, music and composers, literature, history, museums and the local gastronomy of each featured country in this course. Upon successful completion of this course, you will have the option to take an industry–recognized examination to earn your professional designation: European Culture & Heritage Destination Specialist. There is no textbook to purchase for this course. All material is embedded in the online course. Exam fee is not included in course fee. Information on professional testing arrangements will be covered in the course. $249 CEWW–705–01TT Sep 17–Dec 9 Online Registration deadline is September 10

Travel & Tourism Program Honors: 2011 Innovative Initiative Award from the Illinois Council on Continuing Higher Education

2011 Exemplary Program Award from the Illinois Council for Continuing Education & Training

Corporate & Community Learning

It’s What You Know.

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College for Kids Swim

Music & Dance

Water Babies I

Swim Levels 1–5

This class promotes water adjustment, not necessarily swimming, for babies and toddlers 6 to 18 months old. A parent or other responsible adult must be present and in the water at all times during the class. Classes are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors. Children should wear swim diapers or snug training pants under their swimsuits.

Children will be skill tested on the first day of class to determine which level they are in. A wide variety of skills will be learned and as they progress through the levels, new skills are learned and old ones are refined. Classes are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors.

For ages 6 to 18 months

$45 CECK–088–A1 Sat Aug 25–Oct 13 9:15–10AM CECK–088–B1 Sat Oct 20–Dec 8 9:15–10AM No class Nov 24 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

Water Babies II

For ages 18 months to 3 years

This class promotes water adjustment, not necessarily swimming, for babies and toddlers 18 months to 3 years old. A parent or other responsible adult must be present and in the water at all times during the class. Classes are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors. Children should wear swim diapers or snug training pants under their swimsuits.

For ages 6 & up

$45 CECK–091–A6 Mon Aug 20–Oct 8 CECK–091–A7 Mon Aug 20–Oct 8 CECK–091–C1 Tue/Thu Aug 21–Sep 13 CECK–091–C5 Tue/Thu Aug 21–Sep 13 CECK–091–A1 Sat Aug 25–Oct 13 CECK–091–C2 Tue/Thu Sep 18–Oct 11 CECK–091–C6 Tue/Thu Sep 18–Oct 11 CECK–091–B6 Mon Oct 15–Dec 3 CECK–091–B7 Mon Oct 15–Dec 3 CECK–091–C3 Tue/Thu Oct 16–Nov 8 CECK–091–C7 Tue/Thu Oct 16–Nov 8 CECK–091–B1 Sat Oct 20–Dec 8 CECK–091–C4 Tue/Thu Nov 13–Dec 6 CECK–091–C8 Tue/Thu Nov 13–Dec 6 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 11:30AM–12:15PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 11:30AM–12:15PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM

For ages 3 to 5

The Begin to Dance program for preschoolers combines dance, tap and acrobatics instruction with educational concepts in a way that boosts self–confidence and self– esteem. New skills are introduced as children progress each week. Children should wear dance attire – leotard and tights, ballet shoes with elastic straps, black tap shoes with ribbons – no denim allowed. This program is designed for children ages 3–5 who are new to the world of dance or have less than one year of experience. CECK–127–01 $75 Thu Sep 6–Oct 25

CECK–127–50 $75 Sat Sep 8–Oct 27 10–11AM CECK–107–01 $70 Thu Nov 1–Dec 13 No class Nov 22

12:30–1:30PM

Sara Miller

Pre–K Begin to Dance: Level 2 For ages 4 to 6

Preschool Swim For ages 3 to 5

Learn water safety, personal safety, physical and mental adjustments to the water, buoyancy, body position and basic water skills such as front and back floating, with a goal of coordinating a beginning crawl and elementary back stroke. Classes are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors. 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 10:45–11:30AM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 10:45–11:30AM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM

Swim Level 6 For ages 6 & up

The objective of level 6 is to refine strokes so students swim with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. Level 6 has also been revamped to include several components such as Personal Water Safety, Fundamentals of Diving, Fitness Swimming, and Lifeguard Readiness. Classes are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors. Prerequisite: Must have completed level 5. $45 CECK–092–A6 Mon Aug 20–Oct 8 CECK–092–A1 Sat Aug 25–Oct 13 CECK–092–B6 Mon Oct 15–Dec 3 CECK–092–B1 Sat Oct 20–Dec 8 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

6:45–7:30PM 12:15–1PM 6:45–7:30PM 12:15–1PM

The Begin to Dance program for preschoolers combines dance, tap and acrobatics instruction with educational concepts in a way that boosts self–confidence and self–esteem. New skills are introduced as children progress each week. Children should wear dance attire – leotard and tights, ballet shoes with elastic straps, black tap shoes with ribbons – no denim allowed. Level 2 is designed for children ages 4–6 who have completed one year of Begin to Dance Level 1 or have previous experience in dance or tumbling. CECK–227–01 $75 Thu Sep 6–Oct 25

www.lc.edu/CCL

2–3PM

CECK–227–50 $75 Sat Sep 8–Oct 27 11AM–12PM CECK–207–01 $70 Thu Nov 1–Dec 13 No class Nov 22

2–3PM

CECK–207–50 $70 Sat Nov 3–Dec 15 11AM–12PM No class Nov 24 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Sara Miller

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12:30–1:30PM

CECK–107–50 $70 Sat Nov 3–Dec 15 10–11AM No class Nov 24 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

$45 CECK–089–A1 Sat Aug 25–Oct 13 10–10:45AM CECK–089–B1 Sat Oct 20–Dec 8 10–10:45AM No class Nov 24 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

$45 CECK–090–A6 Mon Aug 20–Oct 8 CECK–090–A7 Mon Aug 20–Oct 8 CECK–090–C1 Tue/Thu Aug 21–Sep 13 CECK–090–C5 Tue/Thu Aug 21–Sep 13 CECK–090–A1 Sat Aug 25–Oct 13 CECK–090–C2 Tue/Thu Sep 18–Oct 11 CECK–090–C6 Tue/Thu Sep 18–Oct 11 CECK–090–B6 Mon Oct 15–Dec 3 CECK–090–B7 Mon Oct 15–Dec 3 CECK–090–C3 Tue/Thu Oct 16–Nov 8 CECK–090–C7 Tue/Thu Oct 16–Nov 8 CECK–090–B1 Sat Oct 20–Dec 8 CECK–090–C4 Tue/Thu Nov 13–Dec 6 CECK–090–C8 Tue/Thu Nov 13–Dec 6 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

Pre–K Begin to Dance: Level 1

(618) 468.5777

Learn to Dance For ages 5 to 8

This new dance program combines your child’s love of movement with socialization, to build self–confidence and self–esteem. Young dancers will learn the basics of Ballet, Tap and Jazz and build upon that foundation of skills with each lesson. Children should wear dance attire – leotard and tights, ballet shoes with elastic straps, black tap shoes with ribbons – no denim allowed. This program is designed for children ages 5–8 who have completed one or more levels of Begin to Dance or have previous experience in dance or tumbling. CECK–327–50 $105 Sat Sep 8–Oct 27 12–1:30PM CECK–307–50 $100 Sat Nov 3–Dec 15 12–1:30PM No class Nov 24 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Sara Miller

Suzuki Violin: Pre–Twinkle For ages 3 to 5

NEW!

This new class for children will introduce young musicians to the Suzuki violin. Course fee includes one 30–minute group lesson and one 30–minute private lesson each week. Parent or guardian involvement is required. Classes are taught by certified Suzuki instructors. Space is limited; reserve a spot for your child today! CEMU–901–01 $280 Sat Aug 25–Dec 15 TBA No class Nov 24 Godfrey Campus, Music Building 125

Emily Bowers


Recreation

Horseback Riding

Junior Tennis Level 1

Mini–Tennis

Little Stirrups

Tennis camps for kids can be a fantastic way to build healthy bodies, make new friends and develop lifelong skills. This program introduces tennis in a fun environment. Players learn the technical fundamentals of the forehand, backhand, serve, overhead and volley,while also improving their reflexes and speed with their footwork. Students will be grouped by ability levels the first day of class. Don’t forget your tennis racket and water bottle.

The Mini Tennis program is for children ages 5 to 7 interested in tennis and having fun! Children learn the basics of tennis through the development of warm–up skills, motor skills, racquet skills and playing skills. Development is achieved through fun activities conducted on a smaller tennis court with balls that are slower and lighter, which allows participants to cover the court, hit more balls and build confidence. Tennis rackets and balls will be provided. Players are encouraged to bring a water bottle.

Young riders will learn about the wonderful world of horses in this beginning riding class for parents and kids. Parent/child teams will experience everything from the feel of a horse’s fuzzy muzzle to the giggles of excitement during your child’s first trotting steps in the saddle. Kids will learn how to brush their horse, put the saddle on its back, and tell it how to stop, go and turn in the very first class. Rocky Branch horses are generous, patient and sweet–natured. Riders will demonstrate their new skills for family and friends on the last day and be presented with a rosette ribbon. Young riders must be accompanied by an adult who will participate in each class by helping to brush, saddle up and lead the horse while their child is riding.

For ages 11 to 15

CECK–199–50 $59 Sat Sep 1–22 9–10AM Godfrey Campus, Tennis Complex

Barry Storms

Jr. Tennis Level 2

This program is for Intermediate or Advanced players. The goal is to reinforce stroke mechanics through drills that involve playing patterns and tactical strategies. In addition, players will learn court positioning in both doubles and singles play. Tennis camps for kids can be a fantastic way to build healthy bodies, make new friends and develop lifelong skills. Don’t forget your tennis racket and water bottle.

For ages 5 to 7

CECK–396–51 $49 Sat Aug 4–25 8–8:45AM CECK–396–50 $49 Sat Sep 1–22 8–8:45AM Godfrey Campus, Tennis Complex

Barry Storms

For ages 4 & up

CECK–128–F50 $99 Sat Sep 15–Oct 6 1–2:30PM

Rocky Branch Saddle Club

CECK–128–F51 $99 Sat Oct 13–Nov 3 1–2:30PM Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto

Lesa Teepe

For ages 8 & up

The Rocky Branch Saddle Club’s 10–level program takes riders from beginner to accomplished equestrian. Each level is a set of building blocks combining riding skills and horse care knowledge such as how much oats to feed a horse, the difference between hay and straw, and how to clean a horse’s hooves. Riding activities include playing games on horseback, riding bareback, navigating hills and bridges and a life–size riding maze. Saddle Club riders will learn to ride both English and Western styles with confidence. Merit pins are awarded at each level; riders who complete all 10 levels will graduate as an assistant riding instructor. Special activities include arts and crafts, demonstrations from a professional horse trainer, and assisting a veterinarian or horse– shoer. Saddle Club incorporates the riding handbook “Happy Horsemanship” (available for purchase along with club jackets and riding helmets).

Ages 8 to 10

CECK–296–50 $59 Sat Aug 4–25 9–10AM

Ages 11 to 15

CECK–297–50 $59 Sat Aug 4–25 10–11AM Godfrey Campus, Tennis Complex

Barry Storms

CECK–228–F50 $99 Sat Sep 15–Oct 6 3–4:30PM CECK–228–F51 $99 Sat Oct 13–Nov 3 3–4:30PM Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto

Lesa Teepe

Ready, Set, Read! For ages 6 & up

This new literacy program is designed for children in grades 1 through 6 and offers one–on–one developmental remediation aimed at improving phonics and word recognition, spelling, writing, comprehension and critical thinking. Each student will progress through the program at his or her own speed alongside experienced and engaging teachers. The activities and curriculum utilized in this program will help students learn strategies and skills that are vital to their educational achievement. This class may be repeated. $100 Godfrey Campus, Wade Hall 1113 CECK–600–01 CECK–600–02 CECK–600–03 CECK–600–04 CECK–600–05 CECK–600–06 CECK–600–07 CECK–600–08

Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue

Sep 4–25 Sep 4–25 Sep 4–25 Sep 4–25 Sep 4–25 Sep 4–25 Sep 4–25 Sep 4–25

4–4:30 pm 4:30–5 pm 5–5:30 pm 5:30–6 pm 6–6:30 pm 6:30–7 pm 7–7:30 pm 7:30–8 pm

CECK–600–09 CECK–600–10 CECK–600–11 CECK–600–12 CECK–600–13 CECK–600–14 CECK–600–15 CECK–600–16

Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed

Sep 5–26 Sep 5–26 Sep 5–26 Sep 5–26 Sep 5–26 Sep 5–26 Sep 5–26 Sep 5–26

4–4:30 pm 4:30–5 pm 5–5:30 pm 5:30–6 pm 6–6:30 pm 6:30–7 pm 7–7:30 pm 7:30–8 pm

CECK–600–17 CECK–600–18 CECK–600–19 CECK–600–20 CECK–600–21 CECK–600–22 CECK–600–23 CECK–600–24 CECK–600–25 CECK–600–26 CECK–600–27 CECK–600–28 CECK–600–29 CECK–600–30 CECK–600–31 CECK–600–32

Tue Oct 2–23 Tue Oct 2–23 Tue Oct 2–23 Tue Oct 2–23 Tue Oct 2–23 Tue Oct 2–23 Tue Oct 2–23 Tue Oct 2–23 Wed Oct 3–24 Wed Oct 3–24 Wed Oct 3–24 Wed Oct 3–24 Wed Oct 3–24 Wed Oct 3–24 Wed Oct 3–24 Wed Oct 3–24

4–4:30 pm 4:30–5 pm 5–5:30 pm 5:30–6 pm 6–6:30 pm 6:30–7 pm 7–7:30 pm 7:30–8 pm 4–4:30 pm 4:30–5 pm 5–5:30 pm 5:30–6 pm 6–6:30 pm 6:30–7 pm 7–7:30 pm 7:30–8 pm

Does your child struggle with math? One–on–one remediation sessions are available this fall! For more information, contact Dawn at (618) 468.5740 or dzedolek@lc.edu.

Corporate & Community Learning

CECK–600–33 CECK–600–34 CECK–600–35 CECK–600–36 CECK–600–37 CECK–600–38 CECK–600–39 CECK–600–40 CECK–600–41 CECK–600–42 CECK–600–43 CECK–600–44 CECK–600–45 CECK–600–46 CECK–600–47 CECK–600–48

Tue Oct 30–Nov 20 Tue Oct 30–Nov 20 Tue Oct 30–Nov 20 Tue Oct 30–Nov 20 Tue Oct 30–Nov 20 Tue Oct 30–Nov 20 Tue Oct 30–Nov 20 Tue Oct 30–Nov 20 Wed Oct 31–Nov 21 Wed Oct 31–Nov 21 Wed Oct 31–Nov 21 Wed Oct 31–Nov 21 Wed Oct 31–Nov 21 Wed Oct 31–Nov 21 Wed Oct 31–Nov 21 Wed Oct 31–Nov 21

4–4:30 pm 4:30–5 pm 5–5:30 pm 5:30–6 pm 6–6:30 pm 6:30–7 pm 7–7:30 pm 7:30–8 pm 4–4:30 pm 4:30–5 pm 5–5:30 pm 5:30–6 pm 6–6:30 pm 6:30–7 pm 7–7:30 pm 7:30–8 pm

CECK–600–49 CECK–600–50 CECK–600–51 CECK–600–52 CECK–600–53 CECK–600–54 CECK–600–55 CECK–600–56 CECK–600–57 CECK–600–58 CECK–600–59 CECK–600–60 CECK–600–61 CECK–600–62 CECK–600–63 CECK–600–64

Tue Nov 27–Dec 18 Tue Nov 27–Dec 18 Tue Nov 27–Dec 18 Tue Nov 27–Dec 18 Tue Nov 27–Dec 18 Tue Nov 27–Dec 18 Tue Nov 27–Dec 18 Tue Nov 27–Dec 18 Wed Nov 28–Dec 19 Wed Nov 28–Dec 19 Wed Nov 28–Dec 19 Wed Nov 28–Dec 19 Wed Nov 28–Dec 19 Wed Nov 28–Dec 19 Wed Nov 28–Dec 19 Wed Nov 28–Dec 19

4–4:30 pm 4:30–5 pm 5–5:30 pm 5:30–6 pm 6–6:30 pm 6:30–7 pm 7–7:30 pm 7:30–8 pm 4–4:30 pm 4:30–5 pm 5–5:30 pm 5:30–6 pm 6–6:30 pm 6:30–7 pm 7–7:30 pm 7:30–8 pm

It’s What You Know.

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Quick Reference Guide Online

Godfrey

Geography for Travel and Tourism......................................... Aug 27–Dec 16.....$349...... page 11

Jr. Tennis Level 2................................................................... Aug 4–25..............$59........ page 13

Meeting & Event Planning: An Introduction to the Industry.... Aug 27–Dec 16.....$349...... page 11

Pickleball............................................................................... Aug 14–Sep 4.......$35........ page 4

The Business of Travel and Tourism...................................... Aug 27–Dec 16.....$349...... page 11

Pickleball............................................................................... Aug 16–Sep 6.......$35........ page 4

Travel Agent Proficiency Review & Exam............................... Aug 27–Dec 16.....$349...... page 11

Mambo & Samba................................................................... Aug 29–Sep 26.....$40........ page 8

A Guide to the Cruise Industry.............................................. Sep 17–Dec 9.......$249...... page 11

Adult Tennis Beginner............................................................ Sep 1–22..............$79........ page 7

Caribbean Destination Specialist........................................... Sep 17–Dec 9.......$249...... page 11

Adult Tennis Interm/Adv......................................................... Sep 1–22..............$79........ page 7

European Culture & Heritage Destination Specialist............. Sep 17–Dec 9.......$249...... page 11

Jr. Tennis Level 1................................................................... Sep 1–22..............$59........ page 13 Mini–Tennis............................................................................ Sep 1–22..............$49........ page 13 Ready, Set, Read!.................................................................. Sep 4–25..............$100....... page 13

Alton

Ready, Set, Read!.................................................................. Sep 5–26..............$100....... page 13

Plein Air Painting................................................................... Oct 9–25...............$89........ page 4

Beginning Ballet for Adults..................................................... Sep 6–Oct 25........$105....... page 8 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 1............................................... Sep 6–Oct 25........$75........ page 12 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 2............................................... Sep 6–Oct 25........$75........ page 12

Bethalto

Computer File Management.................................................. Sep 8....................$39........ page 6

Flagger.................................................................................. Sep 7....................$75........ page 5 Little Stirrups.......................................................................... Sep 15–Oct 6........$99........ page 13 Rocky Branch Saddle Club.................................................... Sep 15–Oct 6........$99........ page 13 Easy Riders........................................................................... Sep 16–Oct 7........$99........ page 7 Flagger.................................................................................. Oct 5.....................$75........ page 5 Little Stirrups.......................................................................... Oct 13–Nov 3........$99........ page 13 Rocky Branch Saddle Club.................................................... Oct 13–Nov 3........$99........ page 13 Healthcare Provider CPR....................................................... Oct 25...................$50........ page 7 Flagger.................................................................................. Nov 2....................$75........ page 5 Heartsaver CPR.................................................................... Dec 6....................$45........ page 7 Flagger.................................................................................. Dec 7....................$75........ page 5

Learn to Dance...................................................................... Sep 8–Oct 27........$105....... page 12 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 1............................................... Sep 8–Oct 27........$75........ page 12 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 2............................................... Sep 8–Oct 27........$75........ page 12 Meet the Mouse..................................................................... Sep 11–20.............$79........ page 6 Healthcare Provider CPR....................................................... Sep 13..................$50........ page 7 Buttercream Basics................................................................ Sep 18..................$36........ page 3 Winterizing Your Home.......................................................... Sep 18..................$19......... page 6 Understanding the Geriatric Client........................................ Sep 22..................$15......... page 4 Yoga Fit.................................................................................. Sep 24–Nov 19.....$99........ page 7 Snapshots No More: Basics to Better photography............... Sep 29..................$35........ page 9 Ready, Set, Read!.................................................................. Oct 2–23...............$100....... page 13 Ready, Set, Read!.................................................................. Oct 3–24...............$100....... page 13

Carlinville

West Coast Swing................................................................. Oct 3–31...............$40........ page 8

Basic Pie Baking.................................................................... Sep 27..................$35........ page 3 Make Ahead & Freeze Cookies............................................. Dec 1....................$35........ page 3

Food Service Sanitation........................................................ Oct 4–5.................$150....... page 5 Food Service Sanitation Review............................................ Oct 5.....................$75........ page 5 The Entrepreneurial Journey................................................. Oct 6.....................$39........ page 5 Japanese Writing Systems..................................................... Oct 8–29...............$30........ page 4

Edwardsville

Building a Safer, Greener Home............................................ Oct 16–18.............$60........ page 6

Residential Home Inspection................................................. Aug 20–Nov 26.....$695...... page 5 Photography Essentials......................................................... Aug 22–Sep 5.......$59........ page 9 Beginning Tai Chi Chuan....................................................... Aug 23–Dec 13.....$99........ page 7 Continuing Tai Chi Chuan...................................................... Aug 23–Dec 13.....$99........ page 7 The Art of Photography.......................................................... Sep 10–24............$74......... page 9 Photoshop Tips and Tricks..................................................... Sep 12–26............$59........ page 9 Intro to Healing Touch............................................................ Sep 20..................$50........ page 7 Food Service Sanitation........................................................ Sep 24–25............$150....... page 5 Introduction to Kung Fu.......................................................... Sep 24–Dec 3.......$55........ page 7 Food Service Sanitation Review............................................ Sep 25..................$75........ page 5 Getting Your Book Published.................................................. Sep 29..................$25........ page 4 SEL for Better Business......................................................... Oct 2–Nov 8..........$125....... page 5 SEL in Romance.................................................................... Oct 2–Nov 8..........$125....... page 5 Beer and Brats....................................................................... Oct 3.....................$39........ page 3 Healing Touch Level 1............................................................ Oct 6–7.................$365...... page 7 SEL for Better Friendships..................................................... Oct 6–Nov 10........$125....... page 5 PowerPoint Special Effects.................................................... Oct 9–11...............$69........ page 6 Igniting the Sacred Fire, Reinventing Yourself at Any Age..... Oct 19...................$59........ page 4 To Google and Beyond.......................................................... Nov 6–15..............$59........ page 6 Rieslings of the World............................................................ Nov 14..................$39........ page 3

Drywall Installation and Repair.............................................. Oct 16...................$19......... page 6 Fondant Basics: Halloween Cakes........................................ Oct 16...................$36........ page 3 Fun with Word........................................................................ Oct 16–25.............$79........ page 6 Ready, Set, Read!.................................................................. Oct 30–Nov 20......$100....... page 13 Ready, Set, Read!.................................................................. Oct 31–Nov 21......$100....... page 13 Beginning Ballet for Adults..................................................... Nov 1–Dec 13.......$100....... page 8 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 1............................................... Nov 1–Dec 13.......$70........ page 12 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 2............................................... Nov 1–Dec 13.......$70........ page 12 Beyond Pointing & Shooting: Using DSLR Features............. Nov 3....................$35........ page 9 Learn to Dance...................................................................... Nov 3–Dec 15.......$100....... page 12 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 1............................................... Nov 3–Dec 15.......$70........ page 12 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 2............................................... Nov 3–Dec 15.......$70........ page 12 Fondant Basics: Cake Pops................................................... Nov 5....................$36........ page 3 Social Security: Getting the Most Out of Your Benefits.......... Nov 7....................$5.......... page 4 Igniting the Sacred Fire, Reinventing Yourself at Any Age..... Nov 9....................$59........ page 4 Cooking For A Crowd............................................................. Nov 11...................$65........ page 3 Heartsaver CPR.................................................................... Nov 15..................$45........ page 7 Studio Lighting 101................................................................ Nov 17..................$35........ page 9 Ready, Set, Read!.................................................................. Nov 27–Dec 18.....$100....... page 13 Ready, Set, Read!.................................................................. Nov 28–Dec 19.....$100....... page 13 Fondant Basics: Holiday Cakes............................................. Dec 4....................$36........ page 3 Getting Your Book Published.................................................. Dec 8....................$25........ page 4

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www.lc.edu/CCL

(618) 468.5777


Registration LOCATION KEY Carlinville Middle School 110 Illinois Street Carlinville

Crushed Grapes 1500 Troy Road Edwardsville

Godfrey Campus Lewis and Clark Community College 5800 Godfrey Road Godfrey

NGRREC Field Station 10 Lock and Dam Way East Alton

Rocky Branch Stables 4885 Rocky Branch Road Bethalto

How to Register Have a credit card? Call the Godfrey Campus Enrollment Center at (618) 468.7000 (8am–4:30pm Mon–Fri, open until 7:30pm Tue & Wed), the N.O. Nelson Campus in Edwardsville at (618) 656.8800 (Monday through Thursday from 9am–5pm, Friday from 9am–2pm), or any Community Education Center.

N.O. Nelson Campus Edwardsville 600 Troy Road Edwardsville, IL 62025 (618) 656.8800 Bethalto Education Center 1136 East Airline Drive East Alton, IL 62024 (618) 468.5787 Tri–County Center Jerseyville 100 Lincoln, Route 16 Jerseyville, IL 62052 (618) 498.6500

Please use one registration form per person. Make additional copies as needed. Student Name___________________________________________________________ Address_________________________________________________________________ City_______________________________ State______________

In Person.

Stop by the Godfrey Campus, the N.O. Nelson Campus in Edwardsville, or the Community Education Centers in Carlinville and Jerseyville. Make checks payable to Lewis and Clark Community College.

By Mail.

Send your registration form and payment to the Enrollment Center, Lewis and Clark Community College, 5800 Godfrey Road, Godfrey, IL 62035.

Payment

All classes must be paid for at the time of enrollment.

Withdrawal/Refund

Lewis and Clark Community Education Centers

Fall 2012 REGISTRATION FORM

By Phone.

For classes that meet four or more times, you may withdraw before the start of the second session in order to receive a refund. There are no refunds for classes that meet three or fewer times once the class has begun. To withdraw, call the Enrollment Center at (618) 468.7000.

Enroll Early!

All classes have limited enrollments and are filled on a first–come, first–served basis. Each class also has a minimum required enrollment. If this minimum is not met prior to a class starting, the class will be canceled and enrollment fees returned.

Confirmation

Once your fee is paid you are officially registered. Plan to attend the first session as scheduled. You will be notified if the class is canceled.

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Mail form and payment to: Enrollment Center, Lewis and Clark Community College, 5800 Godfrey Road, Godfrey, IL 62035.

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Inclement Weather

In the event of inclement weather, classes may be canceled. Check the Lewis and Clark Web site, monitor school closings on TV or radio, or call the Corporate & Community Learning office for the most up–to–date information.

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General Professional Development Technology College for Kids Personal Enrichment Swim Corporate Training

Holiday Schedule Classes will not meet on these dates: September 3: Labor Day November 12: Veteran’s Day November 22–25: Thanksgiving December 24–31: Christmas Lewis and Clark Community College reserves the right to change without notice any statement in this publication regarding policies, fees, courses, dates, times, and locations. For information or clarification, please contact the Corporate & Community Learning office at (618) 468.5777.

Children should attend class dressed appropriately for the weather or to suit the program. Art and science classes may be messy! Students are encouraged to bring their own water bottles to class; water is always available for refilling. Students attending an all–day class should bring a sack lunch and drink.

Safety

Students should be dropped off no earlier than 10 minutes before their class begins and should be picked up immediately following dismissal. Supervision will be provided for students ONLY 10 minutes before and after class.

Accommodations

If your child requires any form of accommodations to participate in any class activity or field trip, please call the College for Kids office at (618) 468.5715 to discuss before enrolling in class.

Mission Statement

To empower people by raising aspirations and fostering achievement through dynamic, compassionate, and responsible learning experiences. Lewis and Clark Community College insures equal opportunities are offered in the admission, education, and employment of individuals regardless of sex, race, ethnicity, color, creed or religion, national origin, disability, age, marital status, military status, sexual orientation, and other protected categories. Any inquiries concerning the application of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, Title IX of the Education Amendments, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination Act, and the Illinois Human Rights Act may be made to: Gary Ayres, Vice President of Administration, Erickson Hall, Room 103, Lewis and Clark Community College, Godfrey, IL 62035, or (618) 468.3000.

Corporate & Community Learning

It’s What You Know.

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“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.” Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

Coming This Spring • Candy Making

• Quest for the Best

• Golf for Beginners

• Rumba

• Residential Home Inspection

• Intro to Floral Design

• Pickleball

• Scrapbooking Mini–Convention

• Food Service Sanitation

• Edible Centerpieces

It’s what you know.

CCL Community Schedule Fall 2012  

Non-credit courses offered through Corporate and Community Learning at Lewis and Clark Community College for the Fall 2012 semester.

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