6 week online classes
Introduction to Natural Health and Healing
How to promote wellness, balance and health in your daily life. It will give students a basic understanding of the field of natural health, naturopathy breathing techniques that enhance health, hydrotherapy, diet, biorhythms, visualization, and relaxation therapies. You’ll delve into vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, free radicals, and the basic requirements that constitute a healthy diet. Go to www.ed2go.com/llcc to register.
Start your own edible garden
Grow delicious, nutritious fruit and vegetables in your own backyard! Learn how to give your garden a healthy start and keep it growing strong all season. You’ll begin by figuring out which type of garden is right for you. You’ll discover how to properly prepare a garden bed so your crops have the best opportunity to thrive. Go to www.ed2go.com/llcc to register. Go to www.ed2go.com/llcc to register.
Beginning Beekeeping (Instructors: Stu Jacobson & Fred Gerberding)
Examine honey bee biology, basic colony management techniques and common problems. Emphasis is on the beekeeper’s first year, covering topics of equipment, colony cycles and honey crop production. Please bring a notebook.
|CEW 301-01||2/21/18||4/18/18*||W||6-8 p.m.||Sangamon 2334||Ages 19 & over||$49||20|
* No class 3/14
Creating a Vision Board That Works! (Instructor: Deborah Penrod)
A Vision Board is a powerful tool in your journey to manifesting your ideal life! You will be guided through how to create the Vision Board and you will actually make a vision board. Most importantly you will learn how to manifest your dreams and goals by using the Vision Board as a tool. You don’t have to be artistic or necessarily know what your goals are yet – this will be part of the exciting process! Please bring one standard poster board, glue stick, scissors and old magazines.
|CEW 112-02||2/24/18||2/24/18||S||9 a.m.-Noon||Montgomery 1142||Ages 19 & over||$19||12|
|YES 112-02||2/24/18||2/24/18||S||9 a.m.-Noon||Montgomery 1142||Ages 19 & over||$19||12|
The Blueprint of Fantasy Sports (Instructor: Eric Woods)
According to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, more than 50 million people play some sort of fantasy sport each year! It has become an excellent way for people to further enjoy their favorite sports by acting as a General Manager over a team that you yourself have assembled. Not only will you learn the Yahoo model for a number of different sports, but this workshop will act as an exciting way to learn about research, statistical analysis and business strategy.
|CEW 801-01||2/27/18||2/27/18||T||6-8p.m.||Logan 1139||Ages 19 & over||$19||20|
An Introduction to Voiceovers (Instructor: Joe Bianco)
Explore the voiceover industry! Discover current trends, opportunities, and tools you need to find success. Read a real script and receive coaching from your instructor, a professional, working voice actor from Voices For All, to improve your delivery. Receive a professional voiceover evaluation later.
|CEW 116-03||3/7/18||3/7/18||W||6-8 p.m.||Menard 1188||Ages 19 & over||$49||20|
Ghost Hunting 101 (Instructor: Loren Hamilton)
Whether you are a true believer or a skeptic with an open mind, gain a deeper insight into the world of the paranormal. Learn best practices for ghost hunting, investigating and reviewing evidence as respected investigators guide you through the essential characteristics and scientific methodology of paranormal investigation
|CEW 112-05||3/9/18||4/6/18*||F||6-8 p.m.||Beardstown B113||Ages 19 & over||$49||20|
* No class 3/16
Save Money with Extreme Couponing!
Learn how to save money every day with extreme couponing. Coupons are NOT just for groceries. This comprehensive workshop will teach you where to find all different types of coupons, how to find the best coupon apps and websites, how to match coupons with sales for maximum savings, and how to find other people to trade coupons and merchandise with. Feel free to bring your coupons to class for a trading session. A mandatory $10 materials fee is payable to instructor at the door. Supply fee of $10 payable to instructor the day of class.
Instructor: LeeAnne Krusemark
Date: Wed., 3/21/18
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: LLCC, Workforce Career Center, room 2113
Course Code: CEW 112-09 (ages 19 & over)
Finding the Origins of Today’s Environmental Laws in Literature (Instructor: Fred Prillaman)
This class will discuss various literary works, most notably Thoreau’s “Walden” (1854) and Carson’s “Silent Spring” (1962) from the standpoint of their influences on modern environmental laws.
|CEW 114-01||3/21/18||4/4/18||W||1-3 p.m.||Millennium Center, room 2203||Ages 19 & over||$59||20|
Ghost Hunting 102 (Instructor: Loren Hamilton)
Prepare for the full investigative experience and analysis of an actual site visit! Develop an investigation plan and learn techniques for reviewing evidence. Attend three unique sessions, including a visit to a field destination which is thought to be “haunted” to observe, record and verify unusual phenomenon.
|CEW 112-06||4/4/18||4/18/18||W||6-7:30 p.m.||Beardstown B114||Ages 19 & over||$49||7|
Misconceptions About Islam (Instructors: Ken Berryman & Dr. Ali Nizzamuddin)
Media portrayals of Islam are often focused on violence and radicalism and as a result, fuel negative stereotypes and reinforce Americans misconceptions of Muslims. Come and learn a brief history of Islam, gain an understanding of the religion and learn what misconceptions are swirling through the media. Class participants will be invited to join the instructor to visit a mosque at a later TBD date to observe prayers and to join Muslims for a meal as well as Q&A.
|CEW 403-01||4/24/18||4/24/18||T||6 – 9 p.m.||Millennium Center, room 1105||Ages 19 & up||$15||40|
Advanced Beekeeping (Instructors: Stu Jacobson & Fred Gerberding)
Moving beyond the first year, this beekeeper’s course focuses on colony management techniques for established hives that have successfully overwintered. Additional topics include early spring buildup, splitting a hive, preventing swarms, managing a honey crop, types of honey production, pest management, and identification and management of bee pests and diseases. Please bring a notebook.
|CEW 301-02||4/25/18||5/16/18||W||6-8 p.m.||Millennium Center, room 2204||Ages 19 & over||$49||20|
Refuse to Be a Victim (Instructor: Loren Hamilton)
Increase your knowledge of the safety tips and techniques you need to avoid dangerous situations and avoid becoming a victim. Topics covered will include home, personal, automobile, workplace and technology security.
|CEW 112-07||5/15/18||5/22/18||T||6-8 p.m.||Jacksonville 1128||Ages 19 & over||$29||20|
Questions? We are here to assist you! Please call 217-786-2432 Mondays-Fridays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
If you are ready to register for a class, visit our Registration Information page or call 217-786-2292.