Lake Land College Community and Professional Programs will offer a variety of classes in the month of March. Whether you need to start at the beginning or just brush up on your skills, there is a class for you.
The course details and information are as follows
- Triple Swing – Go beyond the basics with even more fun moves and variations. This class is for those who have already taken Triple Swing for Beginners. No partner is needed, but is suggested. This class will held Sunday, March 6 through Sunday, April 3 from 3:10 – 4 p.m. at the Effingham Emergency Management Agency. The instructors are Scott and Cheryl Sweet and the cost is $36.
- Tango I – Go beyond the basics with even more fun moves and variations. This class is for those who have already taken Triple Swing for Beginners. No partner is needed, but is suggested. This class will held Sunday, March 6 through Sunday, April 3 from 4:10 – 5 p.m. at the Effingham Emergency Management Agency. The instructors are Scott and Cheryl Sweet and the cost is $36.
- Cha Cha II – Take your Cha Cha to a new level and set the dance floor on fire! Learn more advanced footwork, timing, and some sassy Cha Cha variations. No partner needed, but is suggested. Each participant must register. This class will held Sunday, March 6 through Sunday, April 3 from 5:10 – 6 p.m. at the Effingham Emergency Management Agency. The instructors are Scott and Cheryl Sweet and the cost is $36.
- Travel Free – Get Paid to Do it – Learn How to Have the Time & Money to Travel As Much As You Want! – This class is offered one time this year! If you’re retired, near retirement, changing careers, or a student, learn about hundreds of practical ways to travel free, fun work-vacations, and new money-making travel careers. Instructor Gina Henry teaches in 90 cities nationwide and shows you how she affords to travel 12 months a year visiting over 80 countries and 40 states in the past 25 years. Go to GinaHenry.com for more instructor information including past student testimonials and her video “The Money-Making Travel Lifestyle.” This class will be held on Tuesday, March 8 from 6 – 9:30 p.m. and the cost is $40.
- Live Your Bucket List – Are there things in your life that you’ve wanted to accomplish but haven’t? Are there personal goals that would bring you joy and fulfillment, but are always put on the back burner? Maybe you need to work on your bucket list! A bucket list is simply a list of things you’d like to do in your lifetime. Come to this workshop and learn how to create your own bucket list and set exciting goals to pursue your interests and dreams. This class will be held on Thursday, March 10 from 6:30 – 8 p.m. The instructor is Cheri Burcham and the cost is $10.
- Life’s Greatest Race – Come journey through time and around the globe to expand your thinking, experience other cultures and their way of life, break stereotypes, and think out of the box. As we are continually faced with societal problems, it is important for people to learn about what makes us different, yet all the same. Using a variety of instructional methods, this course examines different lifestyles based on social class, gender, race, ethnicity, economic status, and age/generational factors. It explores issues faced in the United States and around the world such as crime, morality, changes in family dynamics, poverty, political concerns, religious beliefs, and the explosion of technology. No matter whom you are, or where you live: there is only one race, the human race. This class will be held on Saturday, March 12 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. The instructor is Cristina Prestin-Latham and the cost is $40.
- Healthcare Provider CPR – HCP Standing – This class will provide participants with a basic understanding for adult, child and infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation;
automated external defibrillation; use of the BVM; and adult, child and infant foreign body airway obstruction removal maneuvers according to current American Heart Association guidelines. This class will be held on Wednesday, March 16 from 1 – 5 p.m. Northwest 110. The instructor is David Budde and the cost is $42.
For more information, contact the Office of Community and Professional Programs at 217-234-5467. To register online using a VISA/MC/Discover, go to lakelandcollege.edu/learn. To register by phone, call Admissions and Records at
217-234-5434.You will be sent a statement for payment. The drop date for a refund is five business days prior to the start of the class do not include Fridays in the summer.