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Writing Essentials
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Writing Essentials

$115

with Ann Linquist, Five Town CSD Adult & Community Education

Master the essentials of writing, and become the stellar wordsmith you always wanted to be! In this course, you’ll develop the skills you need to excel at business communications, express yourself clearly online, and take your creative literary talents to a new level.

Whether you’re hoping to get a better job, write for a blog, or publish your short story, this course will give you the writing tools you need for success. It’s also a perfect choice if you speak English as a second language. With the knowledge and hands-on practice you gain from this course, you’ll be able to express yourself clearly and persuasively in writing—both in your personal life and in the business world.

Sessions begin monthly. Call to register.

Career Pathways & Technology (Afternoon)
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Career Pathways & Technology (Afternoon)

Free

with Vanessa Richards, Ellsworth Adult and Community Education

Seeking the right fit for work or continuing your education?   If you’re seeking work, you’ll do a job search, write a resume, fill out job applications, and prepare for interviews. If you’re planning on continuing your education, you’ll research options and complete financial aid forms.  This course is designed to build a toolkit for success. You will learn skills to become a confident learner, as well as improve computer skills. Whether you are continuing your education or want to get organized to find and keep rewarding work, this workshop is for you.  

 

No Class 2/22/2023 or 4/19/2023

HiSET Prep

Free

with Rita Pender, Marshwood Adult & Community Education

Prepare to take the High School Equivalency Test (formerly GED) in the five required areas of: Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.

No cost for HiSET students enrolled in Adult Education - please contact Marshwood Adult Education to register directly.

Enroll anytime! Call 207-384-5703 for details.

Class schedule:

  • Tuesdays, 5-8 PM
  • Wednesdays, 11 AM - 7 PM, or by appointment.

Official exam testing is free to Maine residents.

SCRABBLE WITH FRIENDS

Free

with SML Staff/Volunteers, Sacopee Valley Adult & Community Education

“Scrabble Meet” is a group of word game enthusiasts who enjoy the camaraderie of others as much as, if not more than, the challenges of finding “just the right” word match for scoring points in this ever-popular board game. We are always on the lookout for new players/friends.

     Wed. 12-2:30 p.m., Ongoing, join anytime!

 

Driver's Education
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Driver's Education

$530

with Roy's Driver & Rider Education, Five Town CSD Adult & Community Education

Driver's Education courses at Camden Hills Regional High School continue, with a new class beginning every month. For the most up-to-date information, please visit www.roysdriving.com.

This course includes:

★ 15 hours of in-person classroom instruction (includes BMV written exam)

★ 15 hours of self-paced online course ($18 fee included in your tuition)

★ 10 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction

Upon satisfactory completion of this course, we will issue a temporary learners permit good for 60 days. Students must obtain their 2-year learners permit from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

 

Roy's Driver & Rider Education is the only driving school in Maine authorized to provide a hybrid Drivers Education experience consisting of 15 hours of in-person classroom instruction paired with 15 hours of self-paced online component classes. The online content provider is OnlineDriversEd.com and they are the only provider authorized by the BMV for this curriculum.  

Career Pathways & Technology (Eve)
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Career Pathways & Technology (Eve)

Free

with Vanessa Richards, Ellsworth Adult and Community Education

Seeking the right fit for work or continuing your education?   If you’re seeking work, you’ll do a job search, write a resume, fill out job applications, and prepare for interviews. If you’re planning on continuing your education, you’ll research options and complete financial aid forms.  This course is designed to build a toolkit for success. You will learn skills to become a confident learner, as well as improve computer skills. Whether you are continuing your education or want to get organized to find and keep rewarding work, this workshop is for you.  

 

No class 2/22 & 4/ 19/2023

CERTIFIED MEDICAL TECHNICIAN (CNA-MT)

$1,300

with Lorna Collins, Franklin County Adult Education

State Approved Certified Medical Technician Pro-gram. Includes: 60 hours classroom, 20 hours class-room/lab, and 40 hours clinical training. This is a 120 hour course preparing CNA’s working in nurs-ing homes to administer medications under the supervision of an RN (this 40 hour piece should be scheduled at the facility, by the facility, and a schedule provided to the instructor.) PREREQUI-SITE: CNA license +2080 hours as a CNA. Call the Adult Ed Office at 778-3460 for an application and detailed registration requirements. Assessments required.

Adult Literacy Volunteer Tutor Training
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Adult Literacy Volunteer Tutor Training

Free

with Judy Green, Oxford Hills/Nezinscot Adult Education

Find out how rewarding it is to make a difference with an adult learner. You may work individually with a student on math, literacy, or other basic skills or assist a teacher in an academic lab

Contact our office at 207-743-8842 for more details.





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