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Continuing & Professional education Spring 2010 Schedule of Classes Ballroom Dancing Page 6 Spring Cookie Bouquets Page 12 Keyboarding for Beginners Page 4 Couples’ Massage Workshop Page 7 Kentucky Bourbon Tasting Page 10 Digital Scrapbooking Page 3 Plumbing Made Easy Page 5 Let’s Do Brunch Page 10 Travel and Tourism Page 12 Essential Leadership Skills Page 15 Photovoltaic Design & Installation Page 12

It’s what you know.

www.lc.edu/ccl Permit No. 18 Godfrey, IL 5800 Godfrey Road Godfrey, Illinois 62035-2466

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Table of Contents Personal Enrichment ..................................... 3

Staff Have a question about how to enroll? Need help choosing a class? Interested in becoming an instructor? Have a new course idea?

Digital Photography .......................3

For the Health of It .........................7

Dog Obedience..............................3

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

We ♥ Valentine’s Day! ....................3

Languages .....................................8

Computer Skills .............................4

Literature........................................8

Home & Office ...............................5

Music .............................................9

Think Green. Live Green................5

Cultural Calendar ...........................9

Water & Weather ...........................5

Cooking .......................................10

Just for Women ..............................6

Wine Appreciation ........................10

Dance ............................................6

Cakes & Cookies ......................... 11

Director Corporate & Community Learning 618.468.5710 ccoury@lc.edu

Horseback Riding ..........................6

Creative Arts ................................ 11

Sally Koval

Continuing Professional Education ........... 12 Career Training ............................12

Workplace Safety ........................14

Travel & Tourism ..........................12

Leadership ...................................15

Skills for Today’s Workplace.........13

Career Management ....................15

Human Resources Certificate ......13

Massage Therapy ........................16

Computers ...................................14

Healthcare ...................................16

Classes for Kids .......................................... 17 For People on the Go .................................. 18 Registration .................................................. 19

Tom Monroe Dean Workforce, Corporate & Community Learning 618.468.5700 twmonroe@lc.edu

Carla Coury

Assistant Director Corporate & Community Learning 618.468.5720 skoval@lc.edu

Katie Sledge Coordinator 618.468.5750 ksledge@lc.edu

Marla Wagner Coordinator 618.468.5600 mwagner@lc.edu

Kathy Conlee Coordinator 618.468.5760 kconlee@lc.edu

Don Hill Coordinator 618.468.5780 dhill@lc.edu

Deborah Creal Division Assistant 618.468.5701 dcreal@lc.edu

Becky Moore Specialist 618.468.5717 bmoore@lc.edu

June McIver Assistant 618.468.5715 jmciver@lc.edu

Dawn Zedolek Assistant 618.468.5725 dzedolek@lc.edu

Amy Kozlowski Clerk 618.468.5787 cso@lc.edu

Got kids?

Continuing Professional Development Units (CPDUs) for Educators

Summer can be crazy. You will be too if you don’t keep the kids busy. College for Kids provides fun, engaging learning experiences to keep kids’ minds active until school starts again. Robotics. Archery. Horses. Cooking. Art. Dinosaurs. Dance. More than 100 classes for kids from preschool through high school. Get College for Kids. Summer 2010. www.lc.edu/c4k

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Lewis and Clark Community College is an approved provider of CPDUs for courses and workshops sanctioned by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) for the purpose of teacher recertification. To receive documentation of participation, educators will need to complete a CPDU registration form prior to the start of class. CPDU credit is available for both traditional and online courses. For more information, call Carla at 618.468.5710 or e-mail ccoury@lc.edu.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) To meet the continuing education requirements related to your profession, CEUs may be granted for qualifying non-credit courses. For other classes, Lewis and Clark can document your clock-hour participation. In order to receive documentation of participation, you will need to complete the CEU registration form prior to the start of class which may be obtained by calling 618.468.5710 or e-mailing ccoury@lc.edu.


Personal Enrichment Digital Photography Ask the Photographer

Do you have questions regarding how to make better use of your digital camera or how to choose an appropriate camera for your use? Whether you are a novice or professional photographer, this workshop will provide you with an opportunity to ask questions on any photographic topic that you wish to explore. Instructor and professional photographer, Dick Snyder, will provide you with a general handout covering the basic concepts of digital photography, and then conduct a workshop presented in a questionand-answer format. You should bring your digital camera to the workshop along with your owner’s manual to help you better understand its operation. CEPE-931-60 $35 Mon Jan 25 6:30–9:30PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 2502

Dick Snyder

Travel Photography

Hoping to bring home some lasting images from your next trip? In this new workshop, you will learn how to apply your knowledge of basic photography to capture those unique vacation memories. Learn the skills you need to photograph landscapes, streetscapes, wildlife and people. Professional photographer Michelle Mueller will discuss what equipment to take when traveling, how to achieve different effects with snapshots and scenic shots, and how to overcome the challenge of photographing indoor subjects. Don’t forget to bring your digital camera! CEPE-424-M6 $25 Wed Mar 24 6:30–8:30PM Macoupin County Center, Carlinville, 106

Michelle Mueller

Paint With Light: Digital Photography

Explore the fascinating world of digital photography! While this creative workshop focuses on the fast-paced medium of digital imagery, you’ll start with the basics of taking great pictures—equipment, composition and lighting—and spend some time practicing different photography techniques. This course will conclude with a demonstration on proper matting and framing techniques that are sure to transform great photos into works of art! Bring your digital camera along with the owner’s manual, a camera-to-computer cable, and a flash drive to save your work. CEPE-426-60 $75 Tue Mar 16–May 4 6:30–8:30PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Dixie Gausling

Intro to Digital Photography

Want to become more proficient with your digital camera? Let professional photographer Michelle Mueller teach you the terms, settings, and concepts related to digital photography such as ISO, pixels, resolution, and file size. Explore tools of the craft, from cameras and computers and printers to card readers and memory cards and more. Learn how to navigate your digital camera and work with special effects. You’ll be able to complete an easy photo assignment after the first class meeting, then learn how to rework, enhance and print your photos after downloading them to the computer in the second class meeting. Don’t forget to bring your digital camera!

Photoshop Elements 7.0

Digital Scrapbooking

Do you have digital pictures saved on your computer or camera and are looking for something fun and easy to do with them? Digital Scrapbooking may be the solution for you! In this beginning workshop, you will learn how to use your mouse to “drag and drop” your images into pre-designed templates or templates you design yourself to create a digital album. Bring along your photos on a CD or jump drive. (You should also bring along an empty 1 GB flash drive or CD so you can save your scrapbook.) You’ll want to sign up for this workshop again and again...you’ll learn something new every time! CEPE-439-50 $25 Sat Mar 20 10AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160 CEPE-439-N50 $25 Sat Apr 17 10AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Mary Gray

Retouch your digital images with Adobe Photoshop Elements. This powerful, userfriendly digital imaging program is perfect for amateur photographers, hobbyists, and businesses. Correct over-exposed or underexposed photos, crop your pictures and correct various imperfections. Learn how to prepare pictures for printing, emailing and posting the Web. You should be familiar with Windows basics and Internet navigation to be successful in this course. Please bring a selection of digital photos on a flash drive to practice on in class. CECC-613-N1 $79 Tue Jan 26–Feb 16 6:30–8:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121 CECC-613-50 $79 Wed Feb 24–Mar 3 8:30AM–12:30PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160 CECC-613-N2 $79 Thu Apr 15–May 13 6:30–8:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Tara Goetz

Movie Maker Magic

Looking for something creative to do with all those digital pictures saved on your computer or camera? Explore Windows Movie Maker and learn how to import still photos and add titles, video transitions or special effects to create easy, yet impressive movies to share with family and friends. Bring along your photos on a CD or jump drive and you will be able to complete a movie in just 3 hours. You’ll need an empty 1 GB flash drive or blank CD in order to save your final movie. CEPE-422-60 $39 Fri Apr 16 6–9PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 260

CEPE-626-M6 $40 Wed Mar 10–Mar 17 6:30–8:30PM Macoupin County Center, Carlinville, 106

CEPE-422-N60 $39 Fri Mar 19 6–9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N3 102

Michelle Mueller

Mary Gray

Dog Obedience Dog Gone Good!

In this beginner obedience class, dog owners will learn how to get and keep their dog’s attention, how to give voice and hand commands, how to heel their dogs on a loose leash and find help with common dog behavior problems. Owners will learn how to teach their dogs the basic commands of sit, down, stay, wait, heel and leave it. Class is open to dogs that are at least six months old, neutered/spayed, and are up-to-date on their vaccinations. Dog should be worked on a regular collar, Gentle Leader or Halti. No chain, choke or pinch collars allowed. Dog owners are responsible for bringing pet cleaning supplies in case of accidents. Instructor Jason Chapman is a certified American Kennel Club Canine Good Citizen evaluator and experienced trainer. CEPE-560-60 $79 Mon Jan 25–Mar 15 Location TBA

Jason Chapman

7–8PM

Canine Good Citizen Prep Course

The American Kennel Club’s Canine Good Citizen© program was started in 1989 to reward purebred and mixed breed dogs that have good manners at home and in the community. This class is designed for dogs that have already grasped the basic obedience commands of sit, down and stay and will prepare you and your dog for the 10 exercises included in the American Kennel Club’s Canine Good Citizen test. The class will conclude with the Canine Good Citizen test in a non-competitive atmosphere. All dogs that pass the Canine Good Citizen test will receive a certificate from the American Kennel Club. Class is open to dogs that are at least six months old, neutered/spayed, and are up-to-date on their vaccinations. Dogs should be worked on a regular collar, Gentle Leader or Halti. No chain, choke or pinch collars allowed. Dog owners are responsible for bringing pet cleaning supplies in case of accidents. Instructor Jason Chapman is a certified American Kennel Club Canine Good Citizen evaluator and experienced trainer. CEPE-561-60 $79 Tue Apr 6–May 18 Location TBA

Jason Chapman

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Valentine’s Day! Spanish Wine Dinner Bring your sweetheart and join sommelier Len Scaturro for an educational and tasty evening of casual Spanish food and wines. Spanish appetizers will be prepared by a local chef and paired with a variety of wines from the great growing regions of Spain. Must be 21 to enroll. Workshop fee is per person. CEHG-981-F6 $65 Wed Feb 10 7–9PM Crushed Grapes, Edwardsville

Len Scaturro

Cooking for Couples

Are you looking for a fun and different way to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Skip the crowded restaurants and join us for a great hands-on workshop. You and your sweetheart will spend the evening learning how to prepare some new and exciting recipes and share a delicious, romantic meal. Please register with a partner, course fee is per person.

Couples’ Massage Workshop

The perfect Valentine’s gift for that special someone in your life. Bring your spouse, partner, or friend and learn the basic art of Massage Therapy. In this workshop you will learn basic massage techniques to ease everyday stress and tension. This workshop includes a catered lunch and a bottle of massage oil. We do ask that only couples sign up for this workshop, the fee is per person. CESC-575-F50 $44 Sat Feb 13 10AM–4PM Benjamin Godfrey Mansion, 104

Allison Combs

CEHG-638-FED60 $35 Fri Feb 12 6–8:30PM Edwardsville High School, B160

Stephanie Vallo

Corporate & Community Learning

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Computer Skills Keyboarding for Beginners: Learn to Type

Computer Concepts II: Mastering Your Computer

Keyboarding is an valuable skill for students and workers alike; with advanced technology, everyone needs to type! This class is intended for individuals who wish to learn to type, break bad habits, or prepare for an employment test. Write your reports, letters and email faster by using proper touch-typing techniques. Weekly assignments will help enhance your new skills. CECC-605-01 $99 Tue/Thu Feb 23–Mar 11 9–11AM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Now that you have learned the basics, are you ready to get more out of your computer? In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn more about the Windows operating system and how to manage your files. You will also learn how to manage control system settings, create shortcuts, back up your data, and burn a CD. To be successful in this course, you should be familiar with the basics of using a computer or have completed Computer Concepts I or Computer Boot Camp. CECC-615-N1 $79 Tue/Thu Apr 6–Apr 29 9–11AM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Dawn Zedolek

Ron Downey

CECC-615-M1 $79 Tue/Thu Apr 20–May 13 9–11AM Macoupin County Center, Carlinville, 106

Tara Goetz

CECC-615-01 $79 Mon/Wed Apr 26–May 19 9–11AM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Computer & Internet Security

Computer Boot Camp

Learn how to use a computer and make your life easier—at home and at work! This basic training course is perfect for new computer users or those whose skills need refreshing. Learn how to use the mouse and keyboard effectively, set up an email account on the Internet, organize and print files, keep your computer safe from viruses, and purchase a new computer. CECC-670-J1 $79 Fri Feb 19–Mar 12 10AM–12PM Tri-County Center, Jerseyville, Lab1

Ron Downey

If you have never used a computer before or have a little experience but feel overwhelmed, then this beginning class is for you. Get acquainted with the parts and functions of the computer while learning how to use the Windows XP operating system to open programs, save and print files, and adjust your computer settings. No experience necessary! CECC-601-01 $79 Tue/Thu Jan 26–Feb 18 9–11AM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

CECC-617-J1 $39 Wed Apr 7–14 9–11AM Tri-County Center, Jerseyville, Lab1

Tara Goetz

Publisher 2007 Fast Course Level 1

Basics of Buying on eBay

Learn what you need to know to get started buying and selling on eBay from an experienced seller. Topics include setting up an account, understanding the bidding process, searching and browsing, using shopping tools and paying with PayPal. This seminar is perfect for those with little or no experience using eBay. Basic computer knowledge and an email address are recommended.

CECC-601-M1 $79 Tue/Thu Jan 26–Feb 18 9–11AM Macoupin County Center, Carlinville, 106

Tara Goetz

CECC-601-N1 $79 Mon/Wed Feb 15–Mar 10 9–11AM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Ron Downey

CECC-613-50 $79 Wed Feb 24–Mar 3 8:30AM–12:30PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160 CECC-613-N2 $79 Thu Apr 15–May 13 6:30–8:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Tara Goetz

CECC-801-N1 $19 Fri Mar 26 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Craig Dille

Selling on eBay

Let an experienced seller teach you the right way to buy and sell on eBay. Learn how to set up an eBay account, create and monitor listings, improve existing listings with better descriptions and digital photography, set pricing, monitor feedback, explore payment options, ship items and complete transactions. Basic Internet knowledge and an email address are required. CECC-800-N1 $69 Fri Apr 2–23 9–11:30AM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Craig Dille

Word 2007 Fast Course Level 1

Discover the many features of Microsoft Word 2007 as you learn how to create and edit a document, use the spell checker, add pictures and graphics, and print. You should be familiar with computer basics and have some keyboarding skills to be successful in this course. CECC-602-50 $69 Sat Feb 20–27 8:30AM–12:30PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

CECC-618-J50 $69 Sat Mar 6–13 8:30AM–12:30PM Tri-County Center, Jerseyville, Lab1

CECC-618-M1 $69 Tue/Thu Apr 6–15 9–11AM Macoupin County Center, Carlinville, 106

CECC-613-N1 $79 Tue Jan 26–Feb 16 6:30–8:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Tara Goetz

CECC-618-01 $69 Mon/Wed Feb 8–17 9–11AM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

CECC-618-N6 $69 Tue/Thu Mar 23–Apr 1 7–9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Retouch your digital images with Adobe Photoshop Elements. This powerful, userfriendly digital imaging program is perfect for amateur photographers, hobbyists, and businesses. Correct over-exposed or underexposed photos, crop your pictures and correct various imperfections. Learn how to prepare pictures for printing, emailing and posting the Web. You should be familiar with Windows basics and Internet navigation to be successful in this course. Please bring a selection of digital photos on a flash drive to practice on in class.

CECC-620-01 $19 Fri Feb 26 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Create exciting publications quickly and easily with Microsoft Publisher! Learn how to use the tools, templates and graphic features included in this powerful but easy to use program to design brochures, flyers, business cards, calendars, greeting cards and more. You should be familiar with computer basics to be successful in this course.

CECC-670-N1 $79 Fri Apr 16–May 7 10AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Computer Concepts I: Getting Acquainted with Your Computer

Securing your home computer is not a trivial task. In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to safely use and protect your computer while using the Internet. Learn about antivirus protection, firewalls, antispyware utilities and other tools for keeping your data and your computer safe. You should be familiar with computer basics and Internet navigation to be successful in this course.

Photoshop Elements 7.0

Web Page Design Basics

Want to build your own web page but don’t know where to start? Using the free webauthoring tool called ‘Nvu,’ web design will be as easy as using a word processor. Learn how to lay out pages, insert tables, format text, link text and graphics, insert images, and publish to the Web. You should be familiar with Windows basics and Internet navigation to be successful in this course. Bring an empty flash drive with you so you can take your work home. CECC-611-N50 $69 Tue/Thu Mar 2–11 6:30–8:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

CECC-602-N1 $69 Mon/Wed Mar 29–Apr 7 1–3PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Excel 2007 Fast Course Level 1

Learn how to create and edit spreadsheets using Excel. Format cells, create formulas, organize data, and get a start on creating charts and graphs. You should be familiar with computer basics to be successful in this course. CECC-603-50 $69 Sat Apr 3–10 8:30AM–12:30PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160 CECC-603-N1 $69 Tue/Thu Apr 13–22 1–3PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Dawn Zedolek

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Home & Office Eco Basics: Home & Office

Looking for ways to “green up” your lifestyle? Your home and office are great places to start! This workshop will teach you how to make the places you spend the most time in more healthy, cost-efficient, functional and eco-friendly. CEPE-446-N6 $19 Wed Mar 10 6–9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Michelle Catalano

Budget Living

Join the faculty, staff and students and Lewis and Clark Community College and develop an environmental sustainability plan to suit your lifestyle. Try one of these classes to get you started! Stormwater Management for Homeowners

Feeling a pinch on your budget? Looking for ways to save some money or make what you have go farther? Take the course that literally pays for itself by teaching you how to spend less and get more. Learn how to find the best deals in town or online, get the most out of coupons, reduce your grocery bill, maximize value by reusing or repurposing, and more. Every little bit helps!

Plumbing Made Easy

Save on home repair and maintenance bills by learning how to do it yourself! This handson workshop will give you the knowledge and confidence to safely perform basic plumbing repairs around your home. Learn how to diagnose and fix common problems associated with pipes, faucets and toilets.

Seventy percent of the Earth is covered by water but only 1% is in a form useable to humans. In this new environmental workshop, participants will learn some creative ways to make the most of their 1%. Through a variety of hands-on activities you will explore the water cycle, the impact of run-off on our water resources, and simple solutions for reducing stormwater runoff at your home. In the event of rain, the workshop will be rescheduled for June 20.

CEPE-445-N6 $19 Wed Feb 24 6–9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Michelle Catalano

CEGR-101-50 $59 Sat June 19 10AM–2PM Godfrey Campus, Haskell 101

Sue Cubberly, Rain Garden Network

CEHG-450-60 $19 Tue May 11 6–9PM Godfrey Campus, TBA

Saving Green While Going Green

Chuck Herring

21st Century: Unplugged

Would you like to save some extra money each month? In one evening you will learn practical and simple ways to save money by reducing your monthly energy bills without taking a toll on the environment. Through demonstrations, printed materials, and discussion you will learn some common sense ways to go green in your household while saving money. Taught by experienced home repair expert and environmentalist Chuck Herring.

CEHG-454-60 $25 Tue/Thu Mar 16–18 7–9PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 174

CEHG-455-60 $15 Tue Apr 13 7–9PM Godfrey Campus, TBA

How prepared are you for the next long power outage? This workshop is designed to teach you how to survive for up to two weeks without electricity. Through demonstrations, explanations, printed materials and some hands-on application, you will gain the practical knowledge needed for an emergency situation without electricity.

Chuck Herring

Chuck Herring

Water & Weather Illinois Riverwatch

Want to get involved in the stewardship of the state’s rivers and streams? Grab your rubber boots and join the Illinois RiverWatch Program! During this interactive workshop, we will learn to identify stream macroinvertebrates (e.g., dragonfly and mayfly nymphs, beetles, snails, and much more) and practice proper monitoring techniques at a local stream. Equipment will be provided. Please bring knee-high boots or waders, sun block, insect repellent, a water bottle and lunch. After completing the workshop, you may adopt a local stream site and monitor annually. Pre-registration is required, no walk-ins please. CEPD-060-50 $20 Sat Apr 24 9AM–4PM Godfrey Campus, Haskell 101

Vera Bojic

Skywarn

Learn to spot severe storms and tornados as they are developing. Learn how to properly find safe shelter. The SKYWARN seminar is taught by a representative from the National Weather Service in St. Louis. This seminar is open to the public. There is no fee but attendees must register before the seminar or at the door. CEPE-950-50 No Fee Sat Mar 13 8AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 141

John Nell

America’s Boating Course

New and experienced boaters, including kayakers and canoeists, hunters and fisherman in outboard boats, and the skippers of power boats and sailboats, will benefit from this boating safety course sanctioned by the United States Power Squadron. This course covers the basics you need to know to safely and legally operate your boat, such as boating terminology, boat handling, water sports safety, PWCs, legally required equipment, boating laws and regulations, right-of-way rules between boats, and marine radio operation. Participants who attend all class sessions and pass the final exam will be issued a card by the Commander of the St. Louis Sail and Power Squadron certifying successful completion of the course. Certified adults may qualify for boat insurance discounts; youth may present their cards and receive a state-issued Boater Safety Card from the Department of Natural Resources. Fee includes course materials. CEPE-129-50 $50 Sat Mar 20-Apr 3 12-4 PM Godfrey Campus, Haskell 101

Gus Elia

Additional family members may attend at a reduced fee of $20 per person (does not include course materials). For more information or to enroll, contact Katie Sledge at 468.5750 or ksledge@lc.edu.

Greening Your Neighborhood

Learn how to create an eco-friendly yard in this new hands-on workshop. Join staff from The Rain Garden Network as we “get dirty” with Lewis and Clark’s campus and learn how to green our landscape by using simple, sustainable practices like composting and gardening. Whether you have a large yard or a small lot, these techniques will help reduce the contribution to climate change by conserving water, reducing pollution and creating habitats for wildlife such as native birds and butterflies. In the event of rain, the workshop will be rescheduled for May 16.

Photovoltaic Design & Installation

This 32-hour course provides an introduction to the basic principles of photovoltaic (solar) design, installation guidelines, and safety issues involved with photovoltaic power systems. Student technicians will learn the basics of sizing a residential battery-less grid-tied system, wire sizing, over-current protection and grounding, and review fundamental design criteria for off-grid stand-alone systems including specifying batteries, controllers, and battery-based inverters. Learners will develop a basic understanding of the core concepts necessary to work with both residential and commercial PV systems. This workshop is designed for individuals seeking employment within the growing solar industry, for homeowners wanting to install systems on their own homes, or anyone interested in learning more about this emerging technology. CEPD-893-50 $495 Fri/Sat Jan 29–Feb 20 6–9PM (Fri) 9AM–3PM (Sat) Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 271 CEPD-893-51 $495 Mon–Thu Jan 4–Jan 7 Godfrey Campus, Trimpe

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Mike Morgan & Jim Duffey

CEGR-100-50 $59 Sat May 15 10AM–2PM Godfrey Campus, Haskell 101

Sue Cubberly, Rain Garden Network

Introduction to Green Building and Remodeling

Whether you’re building a new home or remodeling an existing one, this workshop is designed to teach homeowners the basics of High Performance Green Building. Participants will learn how to make their home more energy efficient and environmentally friendly which can reduce household expenses and decrease the effect on climate change. Instructor Don Dieckmann will share tips on green building techniques including solar energy, water conservation, wind turbines, heating, cooling, lighting and protection against harmful mold and gasses. Don has more than 30 years experience in construction, property management and home inspection. CEGR 102 N60 $49 Tues Feb 16 & 23 6–8PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119 CEGR 102 60 $49 Thur Mar 4 & 11 6–8PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 2502

Grid Tie Photovoltaic Design

This 32-hour course presents competencies and expected outcomes for advanced photovoltaic (solar panel) design and grid tied installations. Participants apply the standards presented in the National Electric Code (NEC) as they perform grid interface calculations, ground considerations and wire sizing. Students will perform evaluations of a photovoltaic system under various operating systems. Participants will also develop skills in evaluating batteries, their sizing, charge controllers and hybrid systems. Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Photovoltaic Design & Installation or permission of the instructor. CEPD-896-01 $595 Fri/Sat Apr 9–May 1 6–9PM (Fri) 9AM–3PM (Sat) Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 271

Mike Morgan & Jim Duffey

Don Dieckmann

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Just for Women Self Defense for Women

Learn the skill set you need to defend yourself against an attacker. This interactive workshop designed especially for women explores prevention, movements for defense/ offense, and self-control in a crisis. Learn how to recognize potentially dangerous situations and react to actual attacks. Instructor Ryan Goetz is a police officer with extensive training in martial arts. CEPE-570-50 $35 Sat Apr 10–17 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Riverbend Arena 0140

Ryan Goetz

Financial Fitness for Women II

Swing Dance

Enjoy all the benefits of dancing, including improving your health and social life! This beginning class led by professional dance instructor Pauline Cavalie offers basic instruction covering the principles of lead and follow, Swing, Night-club two-step, and the stationary Cha-Cha. No dance experience required! Wear appropriate shoes for dancing (no tennis shoes) and bring a partner! Course fee is per person.

Are you a woman who is successfully operating on a budget and would like to get one step closer to your long term financial goals? This one-evening workshop will help you develop healthy spending habits, provide tips for using the Internet and software to track and reduce spending and introduce you to the world of investments. Financial coach, Cassandra Campbell, will help you make the most of your money! CEPE-507-60 $29 Thu Apr 15 6–9PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

CEPE-917-60 $38 Fri Feb 19–Mar 26 8–9PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Ballroom Dancing: Beginning

Cassandra Campbell

Financial Fitness for Women III

Take your money management to the next level in this one-evening workshop, designed to help you maximize your investments. Through a variety of exercises, instructor Cassandra Campbell will help you navigate the risks and rewards of investing. Topics include investor groups, fund manager selection, and wealth management. Don’t forget to bring your questions! CEPE-508-60 $29 Thu May 13 6–9PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Financial Fitness for Women I

Dance

This introductory class offers basic instruction in the Foxtrot, Polka, Waltz, and Rumba. Whether new to ballroom dancing, or just needing to brush up on some of the basics, instructor Pauline Cavalie will have you dancing like the stars in no time! Wear appropriate shoes for dancing (no tennis shoes) and bring a partner! Course fee is per person.

CEPE-917-F52 $38 Sun Jan 24–Feb 28 3–4PM Leclaire Elementary School, Edwardsville CEPE-917-F53 $38 Sun Mar 7–Apr 18 (no class Apr 4) 3–4PM Leclaire Elementary School, Edwarsdville

Pauline Cavalie

CEPE-914-60 $38 Fri Feb 19–Mar 26 7–8PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio) CEPE-914-F52 $38 Sun Jan 24–Feb 28 1–2PM Leclaire Elementary School, Edwardsville

Cassandra Campbell

CEPE-914-F53 $38 Sun Mar 7–Apr 18 (no class Apr 4) 1–2PM Leclaire Elementary School, Edwardsville

Women often face unique personal financial challenges such as surviving a divorce or widowhood, starting a business, managing household finances efficiently, or simply planning for more secure future. Designed especially for women, this workshop will teach strategies for effective money management including how to establish a realistic budget, build a successful saving plan and tackle debt one step at a time. Instructor Cassandra Campbell has worked in banking and accounting for 8 years and is passionate about helping women become financially fit and gain control over choices that impact their financial well-being.

Pauline Cavalie

Ballroom Dancing: Intermediate

Build on the basics and continue to improve your dancing skills in this intermediate-level class. Dancers must have previous ballroom dance experience or have completed the Beginning Ballroom class. Professional dance instructor Pauline Cavalie makes dancing fun and easy for everyone! Wear appropriate shoes for dancing (no tennis shoes) and bring a partner! Course fee is per person.

CEPE-506-60 $29 Thu Mar 18 6–9PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Cassandra Campbell

CEPE-915-60 $38 Fri Apr 9–May 14 7–8PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio) CEPE-915-F52 $38 Sun Jan 24–Feb 28 2–3PM Leclaire Elementary School, Edwardsville CEPE-915-F53 $38 Sun Mar 7–Apr 18 (no class Apr 4) 2–3PM Leclaire Elementary School, Edwardsville

Pauline Cavalie

Latin Dance

Add the sophistication of a Latin flair to your dance repertoire as you learn the Salsa, Tango, and Rumba from instructor Pauline Cavalie. Strengthen your dance skills with each lesson – no previous dance experience needed. Wear appropriate shoes for dancing (no tennis shoes) and bring a partner! Course fee is per person. CEPE-918-60 $38 Fri Apr 9–May 14 8–9PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio) CEPE-918-F52 $38 Sun Jan 24–Feb 28 4–5PM Leclaire Elementary School, Edwardsville CEPE-918-F53 $38 Sun Mar 7–Apr 18 (no class Apr 4) 4–5PM Leclaire Elementary School, Edwarsdville

Pauline Cavalie

Horseback Riding Easy Riders

Little Stirrups

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 982-F50 $99 Sun Mar 28–Apr 25 (no class Apr 4) Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto

12–1:30PM

CEPE 982-F51 $99 Sun May 2–23 12–1:30PM Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto

Lesa Teepe

For Parents and Kids (ages 4 and up) 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. CECK-919-F50 $99 Sat Mar 27–Apr 24 (no class Apr 3) Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto CECK-919-F51 $99 Sat May 1–22 1–2:30PM Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto

Lesa Teepe

1–2:30PM

Rocky Branch Saddle Club

For kids ages 8 and 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 horseshoer. Saddle Club incorporates the riding handbook “Happy Horsemanship” (available for purchase along with club jackets and riding helmets). CECK-920-F50 $99 Sat Mar 27–Apr 24 (no class Apr 3) Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto CECK-920-F51 $99 Sat May 1–22 3–4:30PM Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto

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For the Health of It Progressive Yoga

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.]

Couples’ Massage Workshop

The perfect Valentine’s gift for that special someone in your life. Bring your spouse, partner, or friend and learn the basic art of Massage Therapy. In this workshop, you will learn basic massage techniques to ease everyday stress and tension. This workshop includes a catered lunch and a bottle of massage oil. We do ask that only couples sign up for this workshop, the fee is per person.

Sun-Style Tai Chi I

With slow movements as fluid as silk, the gentle Chinese practice of Tai Chi seems tailor-made for easing sore joints and muscles. This 8-week course features Sun-style Tai Chi, a safe, easy to learn form of physical fitness, effective for all people and all levels of ability. Learn the six basic movements of Tai Chi, proper breathing techniques and posture. The agile steps of Sun Style Tai Chi are particularly effective for people with arthritis.

CESC-951-60 $90 Mon Jan 25–May 10 5–6:40PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

CESC-955-60 $55 Thu Jan 21–Mar 11 7:15–8:30PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

CESC-951-61 $90 Wed Jan 20–May 12 5–6:40PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Sun-Style Tai Chi II

Betsy Smith

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-960-F60 $55 Thu Jan 28–Mar 18 Location TBA

8–9PM

CESC-960-F61 $55 Thu Mar 25–May 13 Location TBA

8–9PM

Anne Gricevich

Betsy Smith

Continue your study of Sun Style Tai Chi, a gentle form of exercise for the mind, body and spirit. The next six movements of Tai Chi will be introduced, along with practice of proper breathing techniques and posture. The ancient art of Chi Gong, which focuses on effective energy flow within the body, will also be included. Prerequisite: Sun-style Tai Chi I or permission from the instructor. CESC-956-60 $55 Thu Mar 25–May 13 7:15–8:30PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

CESC-575-F50 $44 Sat Feb 13 10AM–4PM Benjamin Godfrey Mansion, 104

Betsy Smith

Heartsaver First Aid

Beginning Tai Chi Chuan

Allison Combs

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.

Yogalates

Fitness Challenge

A six-week fitness challenge meeting once a week designed to create a solid foundation for healthy living. This course will include practical instruction in nutrition, yoga and meditation. If you are interested in losing weight, increasing flexibility, eating healthier and managing pain and stress associated with the challenges of everyday life make the commitment and try our six-week fitness challenge. This course is ideal for individuals or sign up with a friend for added support. Everyone will receive their own yoga mat. This course is taught by licensed massage therapist Sheila Brown and will include an introduction to the relaxing benefits of homeopathic care.

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 for credit with PHED 176 Yogalates.]

CESC-959-F60 $55 Thu Jan 28–Mar 18 Location TBA

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CESC-959-F61 $55 Thu Mar 25–May 13 Location TBA

7–8PM

CESC-670-N1 $40 Wed Feb 3 6-9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Anne Gricevich

Kevin Wellhausen

Heartsaver CPR

CESC 976-60 $90 Tues/Thurs Jan 19–May 13 5–5:50PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Richard Hobin

Vegetarian Basics

CESC-876-F01 $150 Tue Jan 12–Feb 16 11AM–1PM Benjamin Godfrey Mansion, 104

Ever wanted to try a vegetarian diet? Looking to explore some vegetarian recipes? Find out what it takes to incorporate meatless foods into your diet in this one-of-a-kind workshop. Vegetarian meals can be less expensive, tastier, and much healthier than meat-centered meals if they are planned and prepared properly. This workshop will focus especially on nutritional information and the health benefits of eating vegetarian food, how to avoid the wrong ways to be a vegetarian, and include some sampling of popular vegetarian dishes.

CESC-876-F60 $150 Thu Jan 14–Feb 18 6–8PM Benjamin Godfrey Mansion, 104

Sheila Brown

This American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid course is intended for individuals who work in non-healthcare related fields. First Aid includes basic principles, treatment of medical emergencies, injury related emergencies, and environmental emergencies. (This course does not include CPR.) Participants who complete the course will receive an American Heart Association First Aid completion card valid for 2 years. A First Aid reference book is included in the course fee.

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-671-N1 $45 Wed Feb 10 6–10PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Kevin Wellhausen

CEHG-590-N6 $30 Wed Mar 24 6–9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Michelle Catalano

Learn to Swim Water Exercise

Get into shape in a refreshing new way. Designed for both swimmers and nonswimmers, 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. $33 CESW-001-A1 CESW-001-A2 CESW-001-A3 CESW-001-A6 CESW-001-B1 CESW-001-B2 CESW-001-B3 CESW-001-B6

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. $33

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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 oneon-one assistance as needed. In addition to the obvious health benefits from this class, you can achieve more self confidence as a swimmer. $33 CESW-005-A50 Sat CESW-005-A6 Wed CESW-005-B50 Sat CESW-005-B6 Wed

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Languages Spanish for Travelers

Whether you’re planning a trip to a Spanish -speaking country or just want to learn how to decipher the menu at a Mexican restaurant, this introductory class is perfect for adults with limited or no previous experience with the Spanish language. The class will focus on language; however, you will become familiar with customs and practices in Spanish-speaking countries that are different from those in the United States and with which a traveler’s familiarity can be important in making the experience abroad more predictable and enjoyable. Lessons will include basic menu vocabulary; numbers and currency; words and phrases basic to shopping, dining, and entertainment; vocabulary for emergency situations; and vocabulary for getting directions and transportation. Course fee includes a reference book. CEPE-410-N6 $69 Mon Feb 1–Mar 1 6:30–8:30PM N. O. Nelson Campus, N8 104

Anna Harris

Literature

More Spanish for Travelers

Jane Austen: Always in Style

This course picks up where the first Spanish for Travelers class leaves off. Learn more about the Spanish language and culture as well as more words and phrases to facilitate shopping, dining, and entertainment while traveling. Course fee includes a reference book. Prerequisite: Spanish for Travelers or some familiarity with basic Spanish.

Literary enthusiasts won’t want to miss this opportunity to explore the fascinating world of Jane Austen in this new course inspired by her most famous work, Pride and Prejudice. Whether you’ve been a fan of the author for years or are new to her work, the pages are sure to come alive as you explore the background of this prolific author and read through her great novel. Discussion topics include social context, character development and modern interpretations of the novel. Don’t forget to bring your copy of Pride and Prejudice!

CEPE-411-N6 $69 Mon Mar 8–Apr–5 6:30–8:30PM N. O. Nelson Campus, N8 104

Anna Harris

Conversational Spanish for Travelers

Quieres hablar Español? This is a great opportunity for all those who would like to practice Spanish in a fun learning environment during the summer. The class will focus on talking with others in Spanish and dealing with possible scenarios while traveling to a Spanish-speaking country. To get the most from this class, you should have some Spanish-speaking experience or have taken a recent Spanish course. CEPE-412-N6 $69 Mon Apr 12–May 10 6:30–8:30PM N. O. Nelson Campus, N8 104

Anna Harris

Romancing the Tome

Are you an avid reader looking for a creative way to explore generations past? Are you a fan of the popular genre of historical fiction and romance novels? Join others who share your interest in literature in this new discussion class that is sure to delight your minds and give you the knowledge to read this popular genre of literature like an expert! Discussion topics include character development and authenticity, social and historical context and popular culture during the Medieval, Tudor and Regency time periods.

CEPE-401-60 $49 Wed Feb 10–Mar 17 7–9PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 156

Michelle McIlvoy

CEPE-400-60 $30 Mon Mar 22–Apr 5 6:30–8:30PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 161

Michelle McIlvoy

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Project READ Volunteer Tutor.

Do you have a special skill or topic that you would like to share with the community? Share your knowledge and love of learning with others. Instructors are wanted to teach short-term Community Learning courses – day or evening. • Digital Photography • Dance • Landscaping & Gardening • Classes for Kids • Writing & Publication • Foreign Languages • Hobbies & Crafts • “Green” Living • Interior Design & Home Decorating For more information, visit www.lc.edu/ccl

Project READ volunteers work one-onone with adults, age 16 and older, to help them learn to read or improve their reading and writing skills.

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Make a difference in your community.

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Music Concert Choir

Electronic Music Production

Concert Choir prepares singers to perform a variety of choral literature, including spirituals, opera, Broadway, and other choral literature representing the major style periods.

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-944-01 $60 Mon/Wed/Fri Jan 20–May 14 11–11:50AM Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg 125 CEMU-944-60 $60 Tue Jan 19–May 11 6:30–9PM Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg 125

CEMU-954-01 $180 Mon/Wed/Fri Jan 20–May 14 Godfrey Campus, Chapel 114

Susan Parton-Stanard

12–12:50PM

CEMU-954-60 $180 Mon Jan 25–May 10 6:30–9:20PM Godfrey Campus, Chapel 114

Louis Michael

Jazz Improvisation Lab

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.

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 Jan 20–May 12 3:30–4:45PM Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg 109

Louis Michael

12–12:50PM

CEMU-955-60 $180 Mon Jan 25–May 10 6:30–9:20PM Godfrey Campus, Chapel 114

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.

Mens Ensemble

Susan Parton-Stanard

CEMU-955-01 $180 Mon/Wed/Fri Jan 20–May 14 Godfrey Campus, Chapel 114

Class Instruction Guitar I

Susan Parton-Stanard

CEMU-991-01 $60 Mon/Wed/Fri Jan 20–May 14 12–12:50PM Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg 125

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.

Louis Michael

CEMU-942-01 $60 Tue/Thu Jan 19–May 13 3–4:30PM Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg 125

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.

Sequencing and Recording

CEMU-959-60 $60 Tue Jan 19–May 11 6:30–9PM Godfrey Campus, Gilman 202

Travis Mattison

Wind Ensemble

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-945-60 $60 Mon Jan 25–May 10 6:30–9PM Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg 109

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 Jan 21–May 13 6:30–9PM Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg 109

CEMU-992-01 $60 Tue/Thu Jan 19–May 13 9:25–10:40AM Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg 125

Susan Parton-Stanard

February Wednesday, February 3 Noon Brown Bag Salon: Opera-a-la-carte Hosted by Susan Parton Stanard Ringhausen Atrium – Bring Your Lunch Friday, February 26 7:30PM Music Faculty in Recital Benjamin Godfrey Memorial Chapel Sunday, February 28 National Association of Teachers of Singing Student Auditions Benjamin Godfrey Memorial Chapel Ringhausen Music Building & Gilman Hall

March Tuesday, March 2 12:30PM Applied Student Recital Benjamin Godfrey Memorial Chapel Wednesday, March 3 Noon Women’s History Month Celebration: Remembering the Vietnam War, 25 Years Later Presented by Dr. Kelly Obernuefemann & Army Nurse Corps veterans Ringhausen Atrium – Bring Your Lunch Friday, March 5 7:30PM Saturday, March 6 3PM Lewis and Clark Music Department presents “What I Did For Love” Hatheway Cultural Center General Admission: $10 FREE Admission for Veterans & Active Military Call Music Office for tickets: 618.468.4731 March 15 – 21 Spring Break Classes resume March 22 Tuesday, March 30 12:30PM Applied Student Recital Benjamin Godfrey Memorial Chapel

April

Symphony Orchestra

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.

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Tim Jarden

Womens Ensemble

Cultural Calendar

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. CEMU-946-60 $60 Mon Jan 25–May 10 7:30–9PM Alton High School, Alton

Susan Parton-Stanard

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 Jan 25–May 10 6:30–9PM Godfrey Campus, Gilman 202

Wednesday, April 7 Noon Brown Bag Salon: “Carnival of the Animals” Featuring Pianists Teresa Crane & Barbara Kramer, and Peter Hussey on Percussion Ringhausen Atrium – Bring Your Lunch Monday, April 12 4PM Voice Master Class: “So You Wanna Be A Star . . .” Call 468.4732 to register as a Performer Benjamin Godfrey Memorial Chapel Friday, April 15 7:30PM Guitar & Percussion Ensembles in Concert Ringhausen Atrium Tuesday, April 20 12:30PM Applied Student Recital Benjamin Godfrey Memorial Chapel Friday, April 23 7:30PM Choral Concert : “With A Song in My Heart” Hatheway Cultural Center

Travis Mattison

Monday, April 26 7:30PM Jazz Band Concert Advanced Technology Center (Trimpe)

May Wednesday, May 5 Noon Brown Bag Salon: Cinco de Mayo Featuring Travis Mattison, Guitar Ringhausen Atrium – Bring your Lunch Friday, May 7 7:30PM Freshman & Sophomore Showcase Recital Benjamin Godfrey Memorial Chapel Friday, May 14 7:30PM Louis Michael & Friends in Concert Benjamin Godfrey Memorial Chapel

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Cooking Cooking for Couples

Are you looking for a fun and different way to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Skip the crowded restaurants and join us for a great handson workshop. You and your sweetheart will spend the evening learning how to prepare some new and exciting recipes and share a delicious, romantic meal. Please register with a partner, course fee is per person. CEHG-638-FED60 $35 Fri Feb 12 6–8:30PM Edwardsville High School, B160

Stephanie Vallo

We Can Make That?

The Independent Cook

Parents and kids will share the kitchen in this exciting hands-on workshop! This Saturday afternoon will be spent cooking a mouthwatering meal of homemade, kid-friendly favorites using delicious and wholesome ingredients (no preservatives or chemicals). Learn how to work together in the kitchen and take home some great tips for creating fresh and quick meals for your family, any night of the week. Parents, please register with your child (ages 5 to 10), course fee is per person.

This brand new cooking series is designed with the independent cook in mind! This crash course in culinary arts is perfect for those who don’t have a lot of time, money or space to cook. Through hands-on recipe preparation and demonstrations you’ll learn how to select and store food, shop on a budget, establish a bank of favorite “go-to” recipes, perform basic knife skills, and try out a wide variety of cooking methods. CEHG-642-FED60 $65 Tue Apr 20–May 4 6–8:30PM Edwardsville High School, B160

CEHG-639-FED50 $25 Sat Feb 20 4–6:30PM Edwardsville High School, B160

Stephanie Vallo

Let’s Do Brunch

Join us for Saturday Brunch and learn how to put together a delicious and impressive brunch menu perfect for your springtime celebration! In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to make sweet and savory brunch dishes, tips for successful brunch entertaining, as well as buffet preparation, composition and presentation. CEHG-640-50 $35 Sat Mar 20 9:30AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

Stephanie Vallo

Pantry Staples: Pasta

Learn some new ways to create delicious homemade meals using ingredients that are already in your pantry. In this hands-on workshop, you will explore the versatility fresh and dried pastas and discover some new recipes that allow you to serve pasta for every meal of the day, including dessert! CEHG-641-60 $30 Thu Apr 8 6–8:30PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

Stephanie Vallo

Stephanie Vallo

Wine Appreciation Wine Appreciation— A Beginners Guide

Kentucky Bourbon Tasting

Start the new year off right with the first of a series of wine tasting classes. Wine expert Len Scaturro of Crushed Grapes will show you everything you need to know about storing, tasting, ordering and serving wines from the different regions of the world. This first class begins with the basics to get you started on your foundation of wine knowledge. Must be 21 to enroll.

Prepare for the Kentucky derby in style! Enjoy a relaxing evening with Len Scaturro as you explore the southern regions and sample some of the best Bourbon’s of Kentucky and the world. Must be 21 to enroll. CEHG-982-F6 $45 Wed Apr 14 7–9PM Crushed Grapes, Edwardsville

Len Scaturro

CEHG-920-F6 $39 Wed Jan 13 7–9PM Crushed Grapes, Edwardsville

Len Scaturro

Pacific Northwest Wines Learn why the northwest is such a great region for wine as you explore specialties of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Wine, light food, and glassware will be provided. Must be 21 to enroll. CEHG-941-F6 $39 Wed May 12 7–9PM Crushed Grapes, Edwardsville

Len Scaturro

Spanish Wine Dinner

Bring your sweetheart and join sommelier Len Scaturro for an educational and tasty evening of casual Spanish food and wines. Spanish appetizers will be prepared by a local chef and paired with a variety of wines from the great growing regions of Spain. Must be 21 to enroll. Workshop fee is per person. CEHG-981-F6 $65 Wed Feb 10 7–9PM Crushed Grapes, Edwardsville

Len Scaturro

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Wine & Cheese Pairings Get ready for your next dinner party by learning the best wine and cheese pairings. Len Scaturro will guide you through a comparison of different meat, cheese and wine combinations. Must be 21 to enroll. CEHG-983-F6 $39 Wed Mar 10 7–9PM Crushed Grapes, Edwardsville

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Cakes & Cookies Spring Cookie Bouquets

Cake Art: Level 2

Cake Art: Level 3

CEHG-402-60 $45 Wed Mar 3–Mar 24 6:30–8:30PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

CEHG-403-60 $45 Wed Mar 31–Apr 21 6:30–8:30PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

CEHG-402-FED60 $45 Thu Feb 18–Mar 11 6:30–8:30PM Edwardsville High School, B160

CEHG-403-FED60 $45 Thu Mar 18–Apr 8 6:30–8:30PM Edwardsville High School, B160

Build on the techniques you learned in Cake Art: Level 1 or from your own decorating experience. Learn how to work with Royal icing while practicing the basket weave technique, designing icing pieces and creating more elaborate flower designs. Participants are expected to provide their own un-iced cakes and icing as needed for class. The instructor will distribute a supply list during the first class meeting; participants do not need to bring anything on the first night.

Looking for a festive centerpiece or a unique gift idea? Cookie bouquets are just the thing to spice up any table and impress your family and friends! In this one-evening, hands-on workshop, you will learn decorating skills to transform ordinary sugar cookies into edible works of art. You’ll arrange cookies using various techniques to create that special look, then take home a cookie bouquet of your own design! A $5 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the workshop. CEHG-417-FED60 $16 Thu May 13 6:30–8:30PM Edwardsville High School, B160

Karen Roth

Betty Parks

Dazzle your friends with the look of a rolled fondant cake and other decorated masterpieces as you take your basic cake decorating skills to the next level. Learn the basics of rolled fondant, coloring fondant, and fondant covered cakes and circles. Mold a fondant rose and make flowers, drapes, borders and more. Previous experience in cake decorating is required for this course. Instructor will distribute supply lists during the first class meeting; no supplies needed on the first night.

Karen Roth

Betty Parks

Betty Parks

Cake Art: Level 1

Learn the art of cake decorating in just 4 weeks! Create beautiful cakes for any occasion as you learn how to properly bake and level cakes, prepare various types of icing, and practice techniques such as borders, drop flowers, roses, fancy writing, pattern presses and more. Participants are expected to provide their own un-iced cakes and icing as needed for class. The instructor will distribute a supply list during the first class meeting; participants do not need to bring anything on the first night. CEHG-401-60 $45 Wed Feb 3–Feb 24 6:30–8:30PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

Karen Roth

CEHG-401-FED60 $45 Thu Jan 21–Feb 11 6:30–8:30PM Edwardsville High School, B160

Betty Parks

Fancy Fondant

Learn the basics of rolled fondant, coloring fondant, fondant covered cakes, and circles. Mold a fondant rose and make flowers, drapes, borders, and more. Previous experience in cake decorating is required for this course. Instructor will distribute supply lists during the first class meeting; no supplies needed on the first night. CEHG-400-FED60 $45 Thu Apr 15–May 6 6:30–8:30PM Edwardsville High School, B160

Betty Parks

Creative Arts The Art of Bookmaking

Make functional art in the form of handmade books! In this class, you will learn how to design, bind and embellish unique books unlike any other. Instructor and artist Jessica Cameron will show you various binding techniques and guide you in exploring this ancient craft. Choose your projects from an endless list of options including personalized journals, custom recipe books, scrapbooks and easy sketchbooks. Most supplies are included in the course fee. CEAC-428-60 $119 Mon/Wed Mar 8–31 7–9PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1500

Jessica Forys-Cameron

Art Glass Sampler

Explore the world of art glass in this new course designed for beginners. Artist Lynne Ulett-Wenk of Alton Stained Glass Works will introduce you to three different techniques used in art glass construction as you create beautiful works of art. Each participant will use the same design to construct a Tiffany style (copper-foil) panel, a traditional leaded glass panel, and a kiln fused art glass panel. Tools and expertise are provided. Consumable materials and supplies may cost up to $75, depending on what you already own, and are available for purchase at the first session. CEAC-614-F6 $90 Wed Feb 10–Mar 31 7–9PM Alton Stained Glass Works, Downtown Alton

Lynne Ulett-Wenk

Hot Glass: Bead Making

Scrapbooking Made Simple

Interested in exploring the hobby of scrapbooking? Are you a scrapper who is looking for a night out to gather with others and work on some fantastic projects? This introductory course will provide both novice and experienced crafters the opportunity to try their hand at a variety of scrapbooking techniques and tools. At the conclusion of the course, you will have completed an entire album. Fee includes most supplies and materials. Please bring your own scissors, adhesive and paper cutter with scoring blade. Previous experience in scrapbooking is not required; all are welcome! CEAC-969-N6 $75 Tue Mar 9–Apr 13 6:30–8:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Laura Schmidt

Learn to make beautiful, decorative glass beads suitable for creating unique jewelry such as necklaces, earrings and stick pins, or for use in fiber art or stained glass projects. This course introduces glass enthusiasts to flame work. No prior experience in glass work is necessary. A $125 materials fee is payable on the first night of class. Please bring safety glasses. CEAC-604-F6 $50 Thu Apr 15–May 6 7–9PM Alton Stained Glass Works, Downtown Alton

Mixed Media Collages

Lynne Ulett-Wenk

Create a work of art using family photos as your subject matter! Learn collage techniques and surface design processes from instructor Jessica Cameron, a local mixed media artist. Experience the freedom and expressive qualities of mixed media as you transform a blank canvas into a personal keepsake. Bring copies of your favorite photos, a canvas size of your choice (18x24 maximum), and any collage materials that you would like to incorporate.

Cardmaking for All Occasions

Exploring the hobby of paper crafting or looking to try your hand at new techniques in card making? Are you an avid crafter who wants to meet others who share your passion? In this hands-on workshop you will learn how to use a variety of techniques to make impressive cards perfect for any occasion! Fee includes most supplies and materials. Please bring your own scissors, adhesive and paper cutter with scoring blade. Previous experience in paper crafting is not required; all are welcome! CEAC-970-N6 $75 Thu Mar 11–Apr 15 7–9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Laura Schmidt

CEAC-429-60 $45 Wed Apr 14–May 5 7–9PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1500

Jessica Forys-Cameron

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Continuing Professional Education Career Training Teller Training Workshop

Principles of Banking

This course provides entry to mid-level bankers with the information they need to provide effective service to their customers and thereby improve bank profitability. Participants will learn about the effects banks have on the U.S. economy, the purpose and business of banking, products and services provided by banks, and how they are delivered. Lastly participants will gain an understanding of the inter-relationships among bank departments, the role of Ethics and the Code of Conduct that govern employees’ actions, and the application of banking laws and regulations. At the conclusion of the course, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion from the Illinois Bankers Association and have the option to take a final exam to qualify for American Institute of Banking credits (2.0). Course fee includes textbook, supplemental materials and lunch. CEPD-820-01 $289 Tues/Thurs Feb 16–18 8:30AM–4:30PM Godfrey Campus, Riverbend Arena 206

This course provides an in-depth look at the skills needed in today’s banking industry to become a successful bank teller. Participants will receive a comprehensive overview of the working of the banking industry, the U.S. Payments System, the duties of the Federal Reserve System, and an overview of the pertinent banking laws and regulations. In addition, the course explains the variety of daily transaction procedures that the position involves as well as the teller’s responsibilities and delivery of quality customer service. At the conclusion of the course, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion from the Illinois Bankers Association and have the option to take a final exam to qualify for American Institute of Banking credits (2.0). Course fee includes textbook, supplemental materials and lunch. CEPD-821-N1 $269 Fri Feb 26–Mar 5 8:30AM–4:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Residential Home Inspection

This 64-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-891-N60 $695 Tue/Thu Mar 16–May 6 6–9:50PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Kevin Botterbush

An Introduction to Voiceovers

Have you ever wanted to be the voice everyone hears on TV and radio commercials, or documentary or audiobook narrations? This fun, informative, and empowering class will teach you the basics of the voice-over industry and discuss the many different types of voice-overs and what it takes to get started as a voice actor. Your voice will be recorded as you read from real scripts so you can receive a professional voice evaluation later. Come ready to laugh, learn, and be inspired. This class is taught by a professional voice actor from the voice acting training company, Voices For All. CEPD-912-N50 $40 Sun Mar 28 12–2PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Grid Tie Photovoltaic Design

This 32-hour course presents competencies and expected outcomes for advanced photovoltaic (solar panel) design and grid tied installations. Participants apply the standards presented in the National Electric Code (NEC) as they perform grid interface calculations, ground considerations and wire sizing. Students will perform evaluations of a photovoltaic system under various operating systems. Participants will also develop skills in evaluating batteries, their sizing, charge controllers and hybrid systems. Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Photovoltaic Design & Installation or permission of the instructor.

Photovoltaic Design & Installation

This 32-hour course provides an introduction to the basic principles of photovoltaic (solar) design, installation guidelines, and safety issues involved with photovoltaic power systems. Student technicians will learn the basics of sizing a residential battery-less grid-tied system, wire sizing, over-current protection and grounding, and review fundamental design criteria for off-grid standalone systems including specifying batteries, controllers, and battery-based inverters. Learners will develop a basic understanding of the core concepts necessary to work with both residential and commercial PV systems. This workshop is designed for individuals seeking employment within the growing solar industry, for homeowners wanting to install systems on their own homes, or anyone interested in learning more about this emerging technology. CEPD-893-50 $495 Fri/Sat Jan 29–Feb 20 6–9PM (Fri), 9AM–3PM (Sat) Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 271 CEPD-893-51 $495 Mon–Thu Jan 4–Jan 7 Godfrey Campus, Trimpe

Mike Morgan, Jim Duffey

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CEPD-896-01 $595 Fri/Sat Apr 9–May 1 6–9PM (Fri), 9AM–3PM (Sat) Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 271

Mike Morgan, Jim Duffey

Travel & Tourism Professional Certificate Online • Affordable • Flexible • Accessible Have you dreamed of traveling to places like Bangkok, London, Rome, Cairo, Monte Carlo or Mykonos? Join the four trillion dollar a year travel and tourism industry to see the world “on the job” as a travel professional. You’ll study destinations, products, suppliers, customer service, sales skills, industry policies, procedures and ethics. You’ll learn about benefits and discounts offered to travel professionals by airlines, resorts, attractions and cruise lines. You’ll complete this program with everything you need to begin a new career, start a home-based business, or just 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 jointly from Lewis and Clark Community College and Heartland Community College. Internet access is required. A high speed Internet connection and Word 2003 or better are highly recommended. For more information, call Carla at 618.468.5710 or e-mail ccoury@lc.edu.

Geography for Travel and 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. CEPD-516 $349 (plus textbook) Online Jan 25–May 16

Nancy K. Roop

The Business of Travel and 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, and 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. CEPD-515 $349 (plus textbook) Online Jan 25–May 16

Nancy K. Roop

Travel Agent Proficiency Review & Exam

This comprehensive online review will prepare you to be successful on the Travel Agency Proficiency (TAP) Exam which will be administered at Heartland Community College (in Bloomington, Illinois) 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 70% or higher. The exam fee is included in the course registration fee. Prerequisites: The Business of Travel & Tourism and Geography for Travel and Tourism. CEPD-615 $349 Online Jan 25–May 16

Nancy K. Roop

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Skills for Today’s Workplace Speaking for a Lasting Impression

More and more people are finding themselves in front of groups to deliver information. The steps you take to engage your audience, develop your materials, and speak with conviction are key components to your success. In this course, you will learn to present with purpose, make best use of presentation materials, and gain greater understanding of the different types of presentations in order to determine your best approach. CEPD-948-N1 $79 Thu Apr 22 8:30AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Lynden Schuyler

This course helps leaders (with and without direct reports) make effective on-the-job decisions in rapid, fast-paced environments. Topic areas include how rapid decision making differs from standard decision making, can I/should I make this decision, and quick analysis tools. This course addresses the needs of frontline leaders to make on-the-job decisions with limited time and information and within the authority of the leader.

Tom Monroe

Essential Interviewing Skills

The average poor hiring decision costs an American business $52,800. This fullday behavior-based interviewing course teaches participants how to interview for the behaviors, knowledge, and motivations that are needed to be successful in a job. It is designed for situations where only one or two interviewers are needed for each selection decision. You will learn: the implications of a poor hiring decision, how competencies define the requirements of a job, how specific job competencies are the basis of focused interview questions, how to gather and evaluate complete examples of an applicant’s past behavior related to the job’s competencies, how to conduct interviews in a way that makes a positive impression on the applicant; techniques to interview for motivational fit, and how to avoid legally inappropriate questioning. CEPD-946-N1 $149 Wed Apr 7 8:30AM–4:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Tom Monroe

Each generation is different from the one before or after it simply because the world is a different place. Four generations of workers exist in today’s workplace. Each bring with them some very unique expectations of what they want out of a job, what they want from the company they work for, and what they want from their boss. This course in Generational Diversity is a great place to begin your education on how to manage Generation X and Generation Y.

Leaders learn skills for successfully matching people, responsibility, and authority to maximize involvement, productivity, motivation, and growth for individuals, groups, and the organization. CEPD-928-N1 $99 Fri Mar 26 8:30AM–12:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Bill Lyke

Providing superior service means solving problems, dealing with frustrations and stress, giving and receiving feedback, avoiding placing blame on others, and communicating effectively. Learn the necessary skills to build and maintain longterm customer relationships, handle difficult people, and overcome barriers to customer satisfaction. CEPD-984-N1 $79 Thu Feb 4 1–4:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

CEPD-955-N1 $79 Wed Feb 17 8:30AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Lynden Schuyler

Learn effective telephone skills to see what a powerful business tool the phone can be. Everything from voice inflection to follow-up calls is covered in this course. CEPD-983-N1 $79 Thu Feb 4 8:30AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Managing Effective Meetings

50 Tips for Better Communication

For mid and upper level managers, meetings can take up to 60% of their time. Many of these meetings are viewed as unproductive. Why not make this time well spent? Effective meetings don’t happen by accident. In this course, you will learn guidelines to improve the effectiveness of your meetings, learn how to establish and run a meeting from an agenda, learn the value of calls to action, write meeting minutes and follow up, and learn discussion skills and leadership roles required to improve the quality of your meetings.

Providing superior service means solving problems, dealing with frustrations and stress, giving and receiving feedback, avoiding placing blame on others, and communicating effectively. Learn the necessary skills to build and maintain longterm customer relationships, handle difficult people, and overcome barriers to customer satisfaction. CEPD-985-N1 $79 Thu Mar 4 8:30AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

CEPD-949-N1 $79 Tue May 4 8:30AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Lynden Schuyler

Build a Solid HR Foundation with the SHRM Essentials® of HR Management The SHRM Essentials of HR Management is an introductory course offering a comprehensive overview of the human resource function. The course covers today’s most vital and timely topics, including employment law, selecting qualified employees, compensation, orientation and training, and the employee performance process. Offered in partnership with the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM), this two-day course

Delegating for Results

Customer Satisfaction

Telephone Courtesy and Customer Service

Rapid Decision Making

CEPD-927-N1 $99 Tue Jan 26 8:30AM–12:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Managing a MultiGenerational Workforce

is specifically designed to challenge you and provide the skills you need to confidently face today’s complex HR situations and compliance issues within your organization. You will participate in interactive case study activities designed for you to practice real-life HR situations in a non-threatening atmosphere. Participants may earn a Certificate of Completion and have the opportunity to earn 1.5 continuing education units (CEUs) for successfully completing the course.

The six learning topics cover broad spectrum of important information. • Human Resource Management • Employment Law • Recruitment and Selection • Compensation and Benefits • Employee Development • Performance Management Who should take this course?

This program is designed for entry-level HR professionals, small business owners responsible for the HR function in their companies, managers, and people looking into HR as a career-change possibility.

Designed to launch your career and increase your HR effectiveness. Designed to deliver results!

CEPD 514 $395 Fri Mar 12–19 8:30AM–4:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Rebecca Clark

Register now! Classes fill quickly and space is limited. Many companies pay for this course through tuition assistance or professional development budgets. Ask your employer if you qualify! Corporate & Community Learning

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Computers Introduction to Quickbooks 2009

Learn to use QuickBooks 2009 to manage accounting functions for your small business. In this two-day, hands-on workshop you’ll learn how to set up accounts and customers; enter and process checks, bills and payments; customize your chart of accounts; set up and use credit cards; process payroll; and customize and filter reports. Get answers to your QuickBooks software questions from an accounting professional with experience working with small businesses. CEPD-991-N1 $239 Tue May 4–11 8:30AM–4:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Linda Kuhlmann

Database Design Fundamentals

This course introduces learners to the concepts and fundamentals of relational database design, and how to begin designing databases using Microsoft Access. Through group problem-solving exercises, you will learn how to design simple databases through modeling and design concepts and how to store and relate the data for maximum efficiency. To be successful in this course, you should understand the basic concepts involved in working with a computer and working with Windows-based applications. No prior knowledge of databases or Access is assumed.

Excel 2007: Level 1 Basics

Learn the basics of creating and formatting spreadsheets, sorting and analyzing data, and managing large workbooks in this oneday, hands-on workshop. CEPD-862-N1 $149 Wed Jan 27 8:30AM–4:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Dawn Zedolek

Excel 2007: Level 2 Intermediate

Learn the skills necessary to create templates, sort and filter data, analyze data using PivotTables, present data using charts, and calculate data with advanced formulas. Prerequisite: Excel Level 1 Basics or equivalent experience. CEPD-863-N1 $149 Wed Apr 7 8:30AM–4:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Dawn Zedolek

Word 2007: Level 1 Basics

Learn to create, edit, and enhance standard business documents using Microsoft Word 2007. Format text and paragraphs, organize data in tables, add graphic elements, control page setup and a document’s overall appearance, and proof documents to make them more accurate. CEPD-864-N1 $149 Wed Feb 10 8:30AM–4:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Upgrade to MS Office 2007

Transitioning from Office 2003 to 2007? Learn how to navigate in the new Office environment to make your transition smooth and efficient while exploring new features in Word, Excel and PowerPoint. CEPD-880-N1 $79 Thu Feb 25 8:30AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Cynthia Rochester

Cynthia Rochester

Word 2007: Level 2 Intermediate

Create complex documents in Microsoft Word 2007 documents and build personalized efficiency tools. Manage lists, customize tables and charts, format documents with styles and themes, modify pictures, create custom graphic elements, control text flow, automate document creation with templates, perform mail merges, and use macros to automate common tasks. CEPD-866-N1 $149 Wed May 12 8:30AM–4:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Dawn Zedolek

Access Basics (2007)

Learn how to create real-world business databases using Microsoft Access 2007. Create tables, queries, forms, reports and macros for managing contacts, products, orders, invoices, receipts and more in this 2-day, hands-on workshop.

CEPD-874-N1 $149 Wed Mar 24 8:30AM–4:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

CEPD-871-N1 $239 Tue Apr 6 & 13 8:30AM–4:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Cynthia Rochester

Cynthia Rochester

Advanced and customized classes available. Contact Marla Wagner at 468.5600 or mwagner@lc.edu for more information.

Workplace Safety 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. CEPD-830-E1 $75 Fri Feb 12 8:30AM–12:30PM Bethalto Workforce Education Center 200 CEPD-830-E2 $75 Fri Mar 19 8:30AM–12:30PM Bethalto Workforce Education Center 200

Don Hill

OSHA 10-Hr Outreach Training (Construction)

Medicar & Service Car Driver Safety

This class introduces the OSHA Standards for Construction 29 CFR 1926. Attendees receive an update and review of standard construction safety and health principles, and information that prepares them to recognize and control various hazardous conditions. An OSHA 10-Hour course card and certificate will be issued upon completion. CEPD-840-E1 $130 Sat Jan 23 7AM–7PM Bethalto Workforce Education Center 200

Keith Atkinson, Bobby O’Neal

CEPD-840-E2 $130 Sat Mar 6 7AM–7PM Bethalto Workforce Education Center 200

Keith Atkinson, Gene Flowers

CEPD-840-E3 $130 Sat Apr 10 7AM–7PM Bethalto Workforce Education Center 200

Keith Atkinson, Bobby O’Neal

➙ TAKE IT ONLINE! $99 Enroll at lewisclarkcc.360training.com or call 618.468.5720.

OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Outreach

This online course introduces the OSHA requirements for General Industry. Upon completion, participants will be able to locate OSHA Standards and reference applicable to the 10 required and elective topics and have acquired the knowledge to create or enhance a site-specific facility safety and health program. An OSHA 10-Hour General Industry wallet card will be issued upon successful completion. ➙ TAKE IT ONLINE! $99 Enroll at lewisclarkcc.360training.com or call 618.468.5720.

OSHA 30-Hour Construction Outreach

This course covers the 30 hours of training required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA) that apply toward the 30-hour Construction Industry course completion card. This course is comprised of 23 sections and covers topics pertaining to regulations covered by Standard 29 CFR 1926. ➙ TAKE IT ONLINE! $295 Enroll at lewisclarkcc.360training.com or call 618.468.5720.

OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Outreach

This module covers 30 hours of courses required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA) that apply toward 30-hour Construction Industry course completion card. Topics pertain to regulations covered by Standard 29 CFR 1926. ➙ TAKE IT ONLINE! $295 Enroll at lewisclarkcc.360training.com or call 618.468.5720.

The Medicar and Service Car Training program is designed to target primary instructional areas of non-emergency transport requirements. Public Act 095-0501 amends the Illinois Public Aid Code requiring all such providers must certify that the driver and employee attendant have completed a safety program approved by the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services (DHCS). This four-hour course covers passenger assistance as well as safe driving, safe operation, and emergency procedures. CEPD-825-F01 $110 Fri Jan 29 8:30AM–12:30PM East Alton Fire Department CEPD-825-F02 $110 Fri Feb 26 8:30AM–12:30PM East Alton Fire Department CEPD-825-F03 $110 Mon Mar 22 8:30AM–12:30PM East Alton Fire Department CEPD-825-F04 $110 Mon Apr 19 8:30AM–12:30PM East Alton Fire Department

Randy Nelson

Heartsaver AED

This American Heart Association Heartsaver AED course is intended for individuals who work in a healthcare or non-healthcare related field in the community. This course is different than the Healthcare Provider CPR course. CPR includes adult and child one rescuer CPR, rescue breathing using a mask for the adult and child, use of an AED, and management of an adult or child who is choking. Participants must complete and pass a skills practicum in the course to receive an American Heart Association Heartsaver AED completion card (valid for 2 years). A course manual may be purchased from the instructor on day of class ($12). CEPD-672-01 $30 Mon Jan 11 2–6PM Godfrey Campus, Nursing Bldg 102

Jodene Scheller & Patty Mercer

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CEPD-672-02 $30 Mon May 10 2–6PM Godfrey Campus, Nursing Bldg 102

Kevin Wellhausen

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Leadership Competitive organizations need people driven to stay longer, try harder, accomplish more, and take pride in their work. That takes great leaders. ✽ Corporate & Community Learning is partnering with Development Dimensions International (DDI) to bring Interaction Management®: Exceptional Leaders…Extraordinary Results® Courses to you in a certificate series program. IM: EX® gives first-level leaders the comprehensive set of people skills they need to be successful in a more complex, demanding, and ever-changing business environment. ✽ Successful completion of all five courses results in a Certificate in Leadership issued by Lewis and Clark’s Corporate & Community Learning division. The instructor is a certified DDI training consultant and working professional with significant business and training experience. These courses are approved for CEU credit through the Human Resource Certification Institute.

Essential Leadership Skills

Leading Change

In today’s fast-paced, global business environment, external forces – technology, regulations, mergers, the economy – are forcing companies to change their business practices to stay competitive. Their ability to shift gears and minimize the impact of change is key to ensuring they cross the finish line ahead of competitors. This seminar focuses on leaders’ crucial role in effectively leading change initiatives in the workplace. Leaders learn how to introduce a change initiative and lead discussions with employees to explore how best to implement the changes. They also learn to help others overcome their resistance to change. These skills enhance a leader’s ability to minimize the potentially negative effects of change on morale, processes, and productivity.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others. This foundational seminar teaches leaders how to get results through people. During the seminar, they learn a set of essential skills to meet both practical business needs and people’s personal needs. Learners acquire a set of proven interaction skills, discover seven Leadership Imperatives for meeting today’s challenges, and realize their role as a catalyst leader – a leader who inspires others to act. CEPD-941-N1 $99 Fri Jan 22 8:30AM–12:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

CEPD-944-N1 $99 Fri Apr 9 8:30AM–12:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Bill Lyke

Coaching for Success

Too many leaders cling to outdated ideas of what it takes to be a good coach. They can’t let go of the misguided concept that good coaches help their teams learn from mistakes, focusing on improvement and correcting performance after mistakes happen. But in today’s work environment, organizations can’t afford trial and error; they need things to be done right the first time. This seminar develops leaders who help people achieve their goals and avoid problems – a positive experience for themselves and those being coached. Leaders learn a proven coaching process – a continuous cycle that ensures they identify coaching opportunities, provide needed coaching and support, observe performance, and measure results until the desired outcomes are achieved. They learn how coaching for success benefits individuals, strengthens work groups, and supports company objectives and priorities. CEPD-942-N1 $99 Fri Feb 12 8:30AM–12:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Bill Lyke

Setting Performance Expectations

Achieving business results requires aligning an employee’s individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success – or failure – of the organization. This seminar helps leaders drive performance and accountability by helping people understand what is expected of them and gaining their commitment to achieving it. When leaders conduct effective expectations discussions, people feel more motivated to perform well because they see how their efforts make a difference. CEPD-943-N1 $99 Fri Mar 12 8:30AM–12:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Bill Lyke

How to get your employer’s support for taking a class: 1. Ask. A simple verbal request may be all it takes. A written memo is better.

Bill Lyke

Resolving Conflict

Differences of opinion can quickly escalate into an out-and-out battle. In the workplace, it’s the leader’s role to recognize the signs of conflict and then to quickly choose the appropriate level of involvement to help resolve the issue. This seminar teaches leaders how to recognize that a conflict is escalating and minimize damage by using the most appropriate resolution tactic – regardless of which stage a conflict is in. Leaders also learn the true cost of conflict to an organization and techniques for handling even the most challenging conflict-related discussions effectively. CEPD-945-N1 $99 Fri May 14 8:30AM–12:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

Bill Lyke

2. Show the schedule of classes. Ask them to read it. Attach it to your memo.

3. Stress the benefits. Additional skill training

Leadership Certificate Series

will make you a more productive employee who

Enroll in all five classes for only $419, a $76 savings over enrolling individually. For more information, contact Marla Wagner at 468-5600 or mwagner@ lc.edu.

is ready to meet new job challenges.

CEPD-940-N1 $419 Fri Jan 22–May 14 8:30AM–12:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 119

4. Emphasize the convenience.

Career Management Create a Professional Portfolio

Assemble a professional portfolio to showcase your accomplishments and talents. Preparing for a career change or promotion is much less daunting if you maintain a current collection of your progress. Document your work history and professional successes so that you’re ready to schedule an interview when your dream job becomes available! This class is perfect for educators, business people, writers, and soon-to-be graduates. CEPE-605-N60 $45 Mon Mar 29–Apr 12 6:30–9:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 121

Desirée Bennyhoff

How to Write a Winning Resume

Why take time away from the job and cross the river when you can get quality training right here

In a tough economy, impressions are everything! This workshop is designed to help you create a resume and cover letter that get you noticed. Whether you’re looking for your first job or planning to switch career fields, you will learn how to create a unique resume that is both professional, honest and impressive. You will also learn valuable proofreading skills. Please come prepared with your education and work experience and in just two sessions, you will have a resume packet ready for potential employers. You should already be familiar with computer and Windows basics to be successful in this workshop. CEPE-402-50 $35 Sat Mar 6 & 20 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Michelle McIlvoy

at convenient locations and times?

5. Compare the competitive prices. Your supervisors will be pleased to know they are paying a little and getting a lot.

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Massage Therapy Facials, Scrubs, Salts & More

Intro to Oriental Bodywork & Theory

A basic understanding of the theory of Oriental Medicine and the Five Element Theory. A basic introduction into Thai Yoga massage and Shiatsu bodywork will also be taught and explained. A basic flow of Oriental Bodywork will be taught as well as some useful tips to incorporate this style of work into tradition European Bodywork. Students must be a Licensed Massage Therapist.

Learn to create facials, body scrubs, and bath salts from scratch in this weekend workshop for Licensed Massage Therapists. This is a great marketing tool for every massage therapist looking to add simple services or sell products to earn more income for their business. You will be learning a simple three-step process for applying simple organic facial masks. Mixing bath salts, sugar scrubs, and salt scrubs is easy to do and can easily be personalized for each client and is a great way to create your own product line for your clients. A basic understanding of hydrotherapy and aromatherapy will also be covered in this workshop. This workshop is approved for 10 contact hours of continuing education by the State of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. The instructor is Allison Combs, a practicing massage therapist since 2001 and program coordinator of the Therapeutic Massage Program at Lewis and Clark. The course fee includes all materials needed for you to create a personal blend for yourself for a facial mask, body scrub, and bath salt. CEPD-851-F50 $225 Sat/Sun Feb 27–28 6:30–9PM (Sat) 9AM–6:30PM (Sun) Benjamin Godfrey Mansion 0104

Allison Combs

CEPD-846-F50 $150 Sat/Sun Feb 20–21 5:30–9PM (Sat) 9AM–6:30PM (Sun) Benjamin Godfrey Mansion 0104

Allison Combs

Energy Work & Theory

Learn the art of Energy work. A basic understanding of Reiki, Chakras, Polarity Therapy, and Meditation will be covered in this workshop. The theory of Tibetan Bowls and Reiki will also be explained and demonstrated. This workshop will also cover hands on exercises for self care as well as great energy based techniques that can be incorporated into Alternative Medicine. This course is open to the general public as well as Licensed Massage Therapists!

Hot Stone Massage

The essence of this work is to introduce heat in a soothing, penetrating way by blending hot stones into your massage work. Hot Stone Massage is a perfect marriage of the medical benefits of moist heat, and the unbelievably good feeling of smooth flowing stones. In this weekend workshop, you will learn specific techniques for massaging with stones to provide a more therapeutic massage, save hands and fingers, and add revenue to your practice. Please bring a set of sheets, two large towels, and your own set of stones and roaster if you have them. This workshop is open to LMTs and is approved for 10 contact hours of continuing education. CEPD-854-F50 $125 Sun May 2 9AM–5PM Benjamin Godfrey Mansion 104

Sheila Brown

Understanding Shoulders & Chest

CEPD-850-F50 $150 Sat/Sun Jan 30–31 6:30–9PM (Sat) 9AM–6:30PM (Sun) Benjamin Godfrey Mansion 104

CEPD-857-F50 $150 Sat/Sun Apr 17–18 5:30–9PM (Sat) 9PM–6:30PM (Sun) Benjamin Godfrey Mansion 104

Allison Combs

Four hand massage is a very unique treatment performed by two therapists working in unison to balance energy and induce deep relaxation while incorporating the principals of thermotherapy, reflexology, and Swedish massage techniques. This workshop is offered exclusively to licensed massage therapists. Therapists are required to sign up in pairs for this unique learning experience. Each participant will need to bring two sets of sheets, four bath-size towels and four hand-size towels. Therapists must be willing to give and receive work with other therapists. This is a wonderful addition to any massage practice. CEPD-895-F50 $150 Sat/Sun Mar 13–14 6–8PM (Sat), 9AM–5PM (Sun) Benjamin Godfrey Mansion 104 CEPD-895-F51 $150 Sat/Sun Apr 24–25 6–8PM (Sat), 9AM–5PM (Sun) Benjamin Godfrey Mansion 104

Sheila Brown

Understanding Lower Extremities

Improve your understanding of the muscles, organs, bones, and fascia in the lower extremities through great palpation and movement exercises and visual aids. Understand the physiologic effects of torn/injured ACLs, shin splints, planter fasciatis, problems in the arches of the feet, chronic leg cramps/spasms and how certain techniques can help with these common problems. Techniques taught in this workshop will help improve range of movement, realign posture and gait, improve athletic performance, and enhance the body’s innate ability to achieve wellness. You will also learn therapeutic exercise and stretching applications so you can guide your clients and patients along with self treatment massage techniques. This workshop is open to LMTs and is approved for 12 contact hours of continuing education.

Allison Combs

Allison Combs

Relearn the art of Swedish Massage with a mindful, grounded approach to bodywork. As we become advanced in training and experience with clients, we often become distracted with “problem areas” and “treatment plans.” To gain respect in the medical community, we have given up the nurturing art of massage for a more clinical experience with our clients. In this weekend workshop, we will cover effleurage, Petrissage, basic joint movements, rocking/ shaking, and friction. This workshop is open only to Licensed Massage Therapists, and is approved for 10 contact hours of continuing education by the State of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. The instructor is Allison Combs, a practicing massage therapist since 2001 and program coordinator of the Therapeutic Massage Program at Lewis and Clark.

Improve your understanding of the muscles, organs, bones, and fascia of the hips, sacrum, glutes, lumbar spine and pelvic region through great palpation and movement exercises, and visual aids. Understand the physiologic effects of sciatica, scoliosis, lordosis, hip problems, chronic low back pain and how certain therapeutic techniques can help with these common client problems. Postural analysis will be explained and gait patterns in the hips will be explored. Many stretching and therapeutic exercises will be taught so LMTs can add them to their therapeutic massage practice and pass along self treatment information to clients. This workshop is open to LMTs and is approved for 12 contact hours of continuing education.

Four Hand Massage Workshop

CEPD-858-F50 $150 Sat/Sun May 8–9 5:30–9PM (Sat) 9AM–6:30PM (Sun) Benjamin Godfrey Mansion 104

CEPD-847-F50 $150 Sat/Sun Apr 10–11 5:30–9PM (Sat) 9AM–6:30PM (Sun) Benjamin Godfrey Mansion 104

Back to Basics

Understanding Hips and Pelvis

Improve your understanding of the muscles, organs, bones, and fascia in the shoulders, chest, thoracic and ribs. You will gain a better sense of movement within the body through visual aids and palpation. Understand the physiological effects of tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, frozen shoulder, chronic trigger points, scoliosis, hypnosis, asthma and torn rotator cuffs, and how to help your clients with these problems. Techniques taught in this workshop will help with improving range of movement, realigning posture and gait, improving athletic performance, and enhancing the body’s innate ability to achieve wellness. You will also learn therapeutic exercise and stretching applications so you can guide your clients and patients along with self treatment massage techniques. This workshop is open to LMTs and is approved for 12 contact hours of continuing education. CEPD-856-F50 $150 Sat/Sun Mar 20–21 5:30–9PM (Sat) 9AM–6:30PM (Sun) Benjamin Godfrey Mansion 0104

Allison Combs

Allison Combs

Healthcare Heartsaver AED

This American Heart Association Heartsaver AED course is intended for individuals who work in a healthcare or non-healthcare related field in the community. This course is different than the Healthcare Provider CPR course. CPR includes adult and child one rescuer CPR, rescue breathing using a mask for the adult and child, use of an AED, and management of an adult or child who is choking. Participants must complete and pass a skills practicum in the course to receive an American Heart Association Heartsaver AED completion card (valid for 2 years). A course manual may be purchased from the instructor on day of class ($12). CEPD-672-01 $30 Mon Jan 11 2–6PM Godfrey Campus, Nursing Bldg 102

Jodene Scheller & Patty Mercer CEPD-672-02 $30 Mon May 10 2–6PM Godfrey Campus, Nursing Bldg 102

Kevin Wellhausen

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 available for loan. It is recommended that a BLS Healthcare Provider book be picked up and reviewed prior to the start of the course from the L&C Nursing Department (Kim McAdams, Nursing Bldg L106 or Kevin Wellhausen, Nursing Bldg 107). CEPD-673-01 $50 Fri Dec 18 8AM–2PM Godfrey Campus, Nursing Bldg 102

Dawna Egelhoff

CEPD-673-50 $50 Sat Jan 16 8AM–2PM Godfrey Campus, Nursing Bldg 102

Peggy Assmann

CEPD-673-51 $50 Sat Feb 6 8AM–2PM Godfrey Campus, Nursing Bldg 102

Kevin Wellhausen

CEPD-673-52 $50 Sat Feb 27 8AM–2PM Godfrey Campus, Nursing Bldg 102

Peggy Assmann

CEPD-673-53 $50 Sat Mar 13 8AM–2PM Godfrey Campus, Nursing Bldg 102

Kevin Wellhausen

CEPD-673-54 $50 Sat Mar 27 8AM–2PM Godfrey Campus, Nursing Bldg 102 CEPD-673-55 $50 Sat Apr 10 8AM–2PM Godfrey Campus, Nursing Bldg 102

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CEPD-673-56 $50 Sat Apr 24 8AM–2PM Godfrey Campus, Nursing Bldg 102

Peggy Assmann


Classes for Kids

We Can Make That?

For parents and kids (ages 5 to 10) Parents and kids will share the kitchen in this exciting hands-on workshop! This Saturday afternoon will be spent cooking a mouthwatering meal of homemade, kid-friendly favorites using delicious and wholesome ingredients (no preservatives or chemicals). Learn how to work together in the kitchen and take home some great tips for creating fresh and quick meals for your family, any night of the week. Parents, please register with your child (ages 5 to 10), course fee is per person. CEHG-639-FED50 $25 Sat Feb 20 4–6:30PM Edwardsville High School, B160

Kinderdance – Level 1

For ages 3 to 5 Kinderdance is a developmental dance/ movement and fitness program taught on three levels, teaching the basics of ballet, tap, acrobatics and creative movement while blending educational concepts. Level 1 is for boys and girls ages 3 to 5. Children should wear dance attire (leotard and tights, ballet shoes with elastic straps, black tap shoes with ribbons) or loose comfortable clothing with socks and tennis shoes (no denim allowed). Instructor Sara Miller is a certified Kinderdance early childhood movement specialist who has taught ballet professionally for 11 years. CECK-930-50 $70 Sat Jan 16–Mar 13 (no class Jan 30) 10–11AM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Stephanie Vallo

CECK-930-51 $70 Sat Mar 27–May 15 10–11AM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Sara Miller

Kinderdance – Level 2

Little Stirrups

For parents and kids (ages 4 and up) 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. Rock 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. CECK-919-F50 $99 Sat Mar 27–Apr 24 (no class Apr 3) Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto

1–2:30PM

CECK-919-F51 $99 Sat May 1–22 1–2:30PM Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto

Sara Miller

Kindercombo

For ages 6 to 9 Kindercombo is a combination ballet, tap and modern dance program giving young dance students a solid foundation upon which to build. This program is for boys and girls ages 6 to 9. Children should wear dance attire (leotard and tights, ballet shoes with elastic straps, black tap shoes with ribbons) or loose comfortable clothing with socks and tennis shoes (no denim allowed).

Sara Miller

For ages 8 and 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 horseshoer. Saddle Club incorporates the riding handbook “Happy Horsemanship” (available for purchase along with club jackets and riding helmets).

Lesa Teepe

CECK-931-51 $70 Sat Mar 27–May 15 11AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

CECK-934-51 $70 Sat Mar 27–May 15 12:30–1:30PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Rocky Branch Saddle Club

CECK-920-F51 $99 Sat May 1–22 3–4:30PM Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto

CECK-931-50 $70 Sat Jan 16–Mar 13 (no class Jan 30) 11AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

CECK-934-50 $70 Sat Jan 16–Mar 13 (no class Jan 30) 12:30–1:30PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Lesa Teepe

CECK-920-F50 $99 Sat Mar 27–Apr 24 (no class Apr 3) Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto

For ages 4 to 5 Kinderdance is a developmental dance/ movement and fitness program taught on three levels, teaching the basics of ballet, tap, acrobatics and creative movement while blending educational concepts. Level 2 is for boys and girls ages 4 to 5. Children should wear dance attire (leotard and tights, ballet shoes with elastic straps, black tap shoes with ribbons) or loose comfortable clothing with socks and tennis shoes (no denim allowed).

3–4:30PM

Kinderkeys

For ages 5 to 8 Want to learn to play the piano? KinderKeys is group piano class for kids entering first, second or third grades. These classes prepare students to read music and help determine a child’s musical aptitude for piano. Highly qualified instructors from Lewis and Clark’s Music Preparatory program teach the classes, limited to 5 students each. All learning materials are provided. Students will give a short recital on the last day of class for friends and family. For more information about this course please contact the Music Department at 618-468-4731. CEMU-501-A1 $60 Jan 19–Mar 12 Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg

Barbara Kramer

CEMU-501-A2 $60 Jan 19–Mar 12 Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg

Tricia Cater

CEMU-501-B1 $60 Mar 22–May 14 Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg

Kindermusik – Imagine That!

Preschool Swim: 3-5 Years

CEMU-751-A1 $85 Tue Jan 19–Mar 9 11–11:45AM Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg 109

$44

For ages 3 to 5 “Toys I Make, Trips I Take” takes a trip inside each child’s imagination. Children will make pretend “creations” inside a make-believe toy shop, where rhythm and melody are used with every imaginary saw, hammer, and nail! Parents or caregivers attend the last 15 minutes of class.

CEMU-751-B1 $85 Tue Mar 23–May 11 11–11:45AM Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg 109

Victoria Mattis

Kindermusik – Our Time For ages 1½ to 3 “Away We Go” focuses on transportation – a favorite topic for on-the-go toddlers. Explore fast and slow, smooth and bumpy, and high and low through music, and read stories about the many ways to get around. Hop on the train, get in the car, board the plane and Away We Go! Parents or caregivers attend entire class. CEMU-756-A1 $85 Tue Jan 19–Mar 9 10–10:45AM Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg 109

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. CECK-090-1A CECK-090-2A CECK-090-3A CECK-090-4A CECK-090-5A CECK-090-6A CECK-090-7A CECK-090-8A CECK-090-A50 CECK-090-A6 CECK-090-A7 CECK-090-B50 CECK-090-B6 CECK-090-B7

Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Sat Mon Mon Sat Mon Mon

Jan 19-Feb 11 Feb 16-Mar 11 Mar 23-Apr 15 Apr 20-May 13 Jan 19-Feb 11 Feb 16-Mar 11 Mar 23-Apr 15 Apr 20-May 13 Jan 23-Mar 13 Jan 25-Mar 8 Jan 25-Mar 8 Mar 27-May 15 Mar 22-May 10 Mar 22-May 10

6:05-6:50pm 6:05-6:50pm 6:05-6:50pm 6:05-6:50pm 6:50-7:35pm 6:50-7:35pm 6:50-7:35pm 6:50-7:35pm 10:45-11:30am 6:05-6:50pm 6:50-7:35pm 10:45-11:30am 6:05-6:50pm 6:50-7:35pm

Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 126 (pool)

Swim Levels 1-5: Ages 6 & Up

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.

CEMU-756-B1 $85 Tue Mar 23–May 11 10–10:45AM Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg 109

Victoria Mattis

$44

Competitive Diving

For ages 6 and up Swimmers will learn the skills and techniques necessary to dive competitively in this 8-week course taught by an experienced diving coach. This class will teach young divers about the sport of diving and help them prepare for competitions. To be successful, children must be currently enrolled in or have completed Swim Level 5 or Level 6, and must already know how to perform a basic spring dive with approach. For ages 6 and older (or with permission of the swim program coordinator).

CECK-091-1A CECK-091-2A CECK-091-3A CECK-091-4A CECK-091-5A CECK-091-6A CECK-091-7A CECK-091-8A CECK-091-A50 CECK-091-A6 CECK-091-A7 CECK-091-B50 CECK-091-B6 CECK-091-B7

Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Sat Mon Mon Sat Mon Mon

Jan 19-Feb 11 Feb 16-Mar 11 Mar 23-Apr 15 Apr 20-May 13 Jan 19-Feb 11 Feb 16-Mar 11 Mar 23-Apr 15 Apr 20-May 13 Jan 23-Mar 13 Jan 25-Mar 8 Jan 25-Mar 8 Mar 27-May 15 Mar 22-May 10 Mar 22-May 10

6:05-6:50pm 6:05-6:50pm 6:05-6:50pm 6:05-6:50pm 6:50-7:35pm 6:50-7:35pm 6:50-7:35pm 6:50-7:35pm 11:30am-12:15pm 6:05-6:50pm 6:50-7:35pm 11:30am-12:15pm 6:05-6:50pm 6:50-7:35pm

Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 126 (pool)

$44 CECK-080-A6 CECK-080-B6

Wed Wed

Jan 20-Mar 10 6:05-6:50pm Mar 24-May 12 6:05-6:50pm

Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 126 (pool)

Water Babies I: 6-18 Months

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. $44 CECK-088-A50 Sat CECK-088-B50 Sat

Jan 23-Mar 13 9:15-10am Mar 27-May 15 9:15-10am

Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 126 (pool)

Water Babies II: 18 Months-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.

Swim Level 6: 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. $44 CECK-092-A50 CECK-092-A6 CECK-092-B50 CECK-092-A6

Sat Mon Sat Mon

Jan 23-Mar 13 Jan 25-Mar 8 Mar 27-May 15 Mar 22-May 10

12:15-1pm 6:50-7:35pm 12:15-1pm 6:50-7:35pm

Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 126 (pool)

$44 CECK-089-A50 Sat CECK-089-B50 Sat

Jan 23-Mar 13 10-10:45am Mar 27-May 15 10-10:45am

Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 126 (pool)

Barbara Kramer

CEMU-501-B2 $60 Mar 22–May 14 Godfrey Campus, Music Bldg

Tricia Cater

Corporate & Community Learning

It’s What You Know.

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For People on the Go How to Get Started: 1. Visit our Online

Instruction Center: www.ed2go.com/lewisandclark

2. Click the Courses link,

choose the department and course title you are interested in, and select the Enroll Now button. Follow the instructions to enroll and pay for your course. Here you will enter your e-mail and choose a password that will grant you access to the Classroom.

3. When your course

starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with your e-mail and the password you selected during enrollment.

Start Dates: New course sessions begin each month: Jan 20 Apr 21 Feb 17 May 19 Mar 17 June 16

Requirements: All courses require Internet access, e-mail, and Microsoft Internet Explorer or Firefox Web browsers. Some courses may have additional requirements. Please visit our Online Instruction Center for more information.

Online learning anytime, anywhere.

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.

Writing & Publishing Writerific: Creativity Training for Writers

Banish writer’s block forever with these tricks from the published writer’s toolbox.

Beginner’s Guide to Getting Published

Published writer shows you how to give yourself the credibility you need to get your works published.

Romance Writing Secrets

Learn how to write and sell romance novels from a veteran romance author.

Write Your Life Story

Give your family and friends an inspirational autobiography.

Write Fiction Like a Pro

Author teaches you how professional writers use story outlines to structure any type of story.

Write & Publish a Nonfiction Book

Whether you dream of becoming a full-time author, writing books to advance your career, or penning your memoir or family history, this fun and information-packed course will teach you how to plan, research, write, edit, and publish your masterpiece.

Advanced Fiction Writing

Explore advanced fiction writing techniques with a published novelist.

Effective Business Writing

Don’t let small gaps in your business writing skills prevent you from reaching your full otential! If you communicate with others in priting, you need this course to help you identify and eliminate problem areas.

Mystery Writing

Using vivid examples from best-selling mystery novels, this course will teach you the techniques you need to become a successful author.

Writing for Children

Published children’s author shows you how to touch the hearts of children by creating books for them.

Travel Writing

Profit from your experiences in exotic lands (or your own backyard) by learning how to write and sell travel articles and books.

Introduction to Internet Writing Markets

Discover the thousands of lucrative publishing opportunities that await you on the Internet if you understand Internet marketing. Whether you’re just taking your first steps toward that dream of getting published, or you have a dozen books to your credit, this course will show you how you can start earning income on the Web right away.

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Personal Finance Keys to Successful Money Management

If you’re serious about accumulating a sizable nest egg and living the life of your dreams, this course will supply you with the knowledge and skills you’ll need to succeed.

Introduction to Stock Options

Learn how to evaluate, buy, sell, and profit with investment tools that were once thought to be only for the pros. This course will teach you how to protect your portfolio and profit in a down market, an up market, or even a flat market.

Stocks, Bonds & Investing: Oh My!

Looking for a good solid class in the basics of stocks, bonds, finance, and investing? Learn the fundamentals of investing in stock markets, 401k plans, retirement, and personal financial issues absolutely essential to your success as an investor.

Real Estate Investing

Learn how to make money in any area, in good times and bad, even if you have little money to start with. By emphasizing systems and service, this course will help you do more with less effort while serving the needs of your buyers and sellers.

Start Your Own Business Start Your Own Arts & Crafts Business

Discover how to find your niche within your chosen craft and how to create your own unique business identity from a professional artist. See what makes marketing in the arts and crafts business different from marketing in most other enterprises, and find a sales approach that meshes with your personality and preserves your creative integrity.

Publish It Yourself

Convert manuscripts into extra income by starting your own publishing company and going head-to-head with major publishers. Learn the advantages of self-publishing over traditional publishing, and you’ll discover why many famous authors made the decision to publish their own works.

Start Your Own Consulting Practice

Learn the complete process of starting and operating a consulting practice, including an assessment to help you pinpoint the best consulting services to offer, the business start-up process, and developing a business plan for your consulting firm that details finances, pricing policies, contracting, and marketing.

Growing Plants for Fun & Profit

Grantwriting

An industry professional teaches you everything you need to prosper in the backyard nursery business.

Writing Effective Grant Proposals

Start & Operate Your Own Home–Based Business

Learn to prepare grant proposals that get solid results for your favorite organization or charity.

An experienced entrepreneur teaches you how to develop the motivation, discipline, and creativity to quit your job and be your own boss.

Advanced Grant Proposal Writing

Creating a Successful Business Plan

Do you know the best way to present information in a grant proposal? In this course, an experienced grantwriter will show you how to research and write winning proposals that get funded.

A to Z Grant Writing

A to Z Grant Writing is an invigorating and informative course that will equip you with the skills and tools you need to enter the exciting field of grant writing!

Get Grants!

Turn your business ideas into a solid plan for financing and long-term success.

Languages Instant Italian

This dynamic course makes learning Italian fun and surprisingly easy. You’ll learn how to ask directions, book a room, order a meal, and much more—in Italian!

This course focuses on the skills you’ll need to prepare professional, competitive and compelling grant proposals. You’ll be guided step-by-step through the entire process of developing and writing a grant proposal.

Speed Spanish

Becoming a Grantwriting Consultant

Conversational Japanese

Learn how you can use a basic knowledge of grant or proposal writing to become an expert in the red-hot grant consulting field. Along with easy-to-follow instructions to start your own home-based business, learn what services to offer, how to find clients, and how to set your fees.

This powerful course teaches six easy recipes you can use to glue Spanish words together into sentences.

Whether you want to learn conversational Japanese for travel or just for fun, you’ll find this course makes it easy and enjoyable for beginners to master the essentials of the Japanese language.

New courses launch every month! Visit our Web site to browse the entire catalog at www.ed2go.com/lewisandclark ww.lc.edu/ccl

(618) 468.7000


Registration LOCATION KEY Alton Stained Glass Works 412 East Broadway Street Alton

Benjamin Godfrey Mansion 6722 Godfrey Road Godfrey

Bethalto Workforce Education Center 1136 East Airline Drive East Alton

Crushed Grapes 1500 Troy Road Edwardsville

Edwardsville High School 6161 Center Grove Road Edwardsville

Godfrey Campus Lewis and Clark Community College 5800 Godfrey Road Godfrey

Leclaire Elementary School 801 Franklin Avenue Edwardsville

Macoupin County Community Education Center 18400 Shipman Road Carlinville

How to Register Have a credit card? Call the Godfrey Campus Enrollment Center at 618.468.7000 (Monday through Friday from 8am–4:30pm), the N.O. Nelson Campus in Edwardsville at 618.656.8800 (Monday through Thursday from 9am–5pm, Friday from 9am–2pm, closed for lunch between 1–2pm), or any Community Education Center.

Rocky Branch Stables 4885 Rocky Branch Road Bethalto

Tri-County Community Education Center 100 Lincoln, Route 16 Jerseyville

Lewis and Clark Community Education Centers N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville 600 Troy Road Edwardsville, IL 62025 618.656.8800

Workforce Education Center, Bethalto 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 Macoupin County Center, Carlinville 18400 Shipman Road Carlinville, IL 62626 217.854.5400

Please use one registration form per person. Make additional copies as needed. Student Name __________________________________________________________ Address ________________________________________________________________ City_______________________________ State______________ ZIP ___________

In Person.

Stop by the Godfrey Campus, the N.O. Nelson Campus in Edwardsville, or any Community Education Center in Carlinville or 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

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 cancelled and enrollment fees returned.

N.O. Nelson Campus 600 Troy Road Edwardsville

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Inclement Weather

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

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Questions?

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Safety

Holiday Schedule Classes will not meet on these dates:

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

January 18 Martin Luther King Day

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 618.468.5750 to discuss before enrolling in class.

April 2 Good Friday 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.

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 and Community Services, 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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Workforce Training. What is the new who.

Lewis and Clark’s workforce training division is now Corporate & Community Learning.

• Leadership

As a group, we specialize in customized skillbuilding education, short-term career training, continuing professional education, and personal enrichment classes.

• Business Writing & Communication

Our workforce education and training focuses on getting it right for your organization’s needs. We work with you to develop a results-driven learning solution and method of employee engagement so less is wasted where it counts...your bottom line.

• Accounting Management

Partner with Corporate & Community Learning for cutting edge customized training for your workforce. What your employees know gets you ahead.

• Human Resources Management

• Sexual Harassment and Diversity • Process Technology

• Computer Skills • Business and Process Improvement • Contractor Safety Orientation • OSHA and Safety Training • Fire Science

It’s what you know.


CCL Spring 2010 Schedule