Northeastern Illinois University's Office of Community and Professional Education (CAPE) offers non-credit classes and workshops to members of the community. Take a class for career development, to nurture your artistic side or learn a new skill. Offerings also include music and dance programs for children to adults and a campus recreation program that offers swimming lessons, water safety courses and more.
This class was very informative, the instructor was very well versed in Beekeeping and answered every question intentionally and without hesitation.
The class is taught by students who need to fulfill a certain number of hours to become master beekeepers. Some of the “instructors” are unfamiliar with the basics of giving effective presentations. I don’t doubt that the instructors are knowledgeable in their subject matter but that does not translate into an engaging classroom experience.
Can you please put a class room number when making events at Northeastern university? luckily enough my first encounter was my actual instructor in a hallway ,but, she didn’t specify a class room or Directions... I proceeded to the information kiosk, the students manning it had no idea where or what the CAPE center was and were trying to persuade me to get in my car and drive to adjacent community college. Either than that I find it very informative and hands on. My instructor was wonderful! I will be taking the next installment when it offered.
Bernadette D. gave this class 5 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.
Maeve S. gave this class 5 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.