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Behavior Health Professional Certification Training
with Jeff Carpenter, Houlton/Hodgdon Adult & Community Education
Our community is looking for individuals who want to make a difference in a child’s life.
Children’s Behavioral Health Services are vital to Maine’s children with Intellectual Disabilities, Autism and Mental Health Disorders and their families. And the need in our area is great!
As an integral part of the child’s treatment team, a Certified Behavioral Health Professional (BHP) has the opportunity to make an immediate impact while helping a child grow and develop to their full potential.
We are excited to connect our community to this wonderful ONLINE training program. The online training will equip you to successfully help children who are currently on a wait list for services. The training will prepare you for employment through local social services agencies. The program can be started at any time and finished at your own pace.
You will complete 12 online modules then 3 4-hour live sessions, including the new ethics and boundaries training. Once the modules are completed, you will receive free online blood borne pathogen training and virtual First Aid & CPR training if you do not already possess those certifications. The entire training requirements will take about 45 hours. Registration is ongoing till June 30, 2021.
Any individual who will be 18 years of age or older upon completion of the course may register.
The administration fee of $25.
See Blended Learning Curriculum at Woodfords Family Service for more information.
College Transitions English
with Jessica Smith, MSAD#1 Adult & Community Education
Have your high school diploma or HiSET® but aren’t quite ready for college level English? Does your college/university want you to pay for foundation level classes that won’t provide you with any credit towards your degree? CT is perfect for you! You will be prepared for college level English at no cost.
This course is designed to help students build a foundation for college reading and writing skills. The reading, sentence skills, and essay sections of the Accuplacer (college placement test) will be taught through use of literary text, various writing prompts and class discussions. Khan Academy, IXL and study.com are among the online platforms that will also be used.
Students can come to the SAD1 Adult & Community Education office and access this live class via ZOOM.
Students join this class at anytime during the academic year! Register ONLINE today or call 207-764-4776 to discuss your next steps!
with Karen Dove, RSU 24 Adult Education
This class is being offered online using Zoom. After registering, our office will send you the link.
Here's everything to get YOU ready for your next phase of personal growth. Step aerobics using 4 or 6 inch steps or "step mats" (keeps you at ground level)...low impact to set your own intensity. Strength training with weights: meet your own needs for bone density and isolated muscle work to maintain a stronger you. Students should have their own weights and floor mats.
College Transitions Math
with Judy Perkins, MSAD#1 Adult & Community Education
Have your high school diploma or HiSET® but aren’t quite ready for college level Math or English? Does your college/university want you to pay for foundation level classes that won’t provide you with any credit towards your degree? CT is perfect for you! You will be prepared for college level Math at no cost.
Students will learn new concepts through teacher instruction/demonstration, classroom discussions, and investigations. Homework will be assigned and corrected on a weekly basis with the opportunity to ask questions to further understanding. Tests will be administered at the end of each chapter with a final exam at the end of the course. If there is no test scheduled there will be an open-book/note quiz following the correcting of the homework assignment. Students are strongly encouraged to ask questions to ensure they have the skills to complete the weekly homework assignments. Homework is required to practice and reinforce new skills and concepts taught weekly.
Participants must register with SAD1 Adult & Community Education prior to attending.