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Certified Residential Medication Aide (CRMA) Certification Course
with Sally Larson, MSAD #40 Adult Education
This is a 40-hour course designed to teach residential care workers to administer selected non-injectable medications in a Licensed Residential Care or Group Home setting. The course provides the basic understanding necessary to administer medications safely and to document accurately. Successful completion of this course satisfies departmental training requirements for workers who wish to pass medications in certain assisted housing programs. There is some homework required with this course and students must attend all 40 hours in order to be certified.
Students are responsible for arranging their own clinical experience necessary for certification. If you are not already affiliated with a licensed facility you will need to discuss arrangements with the Adult Ed director when you apply.
There is a required application process for this course. The application must be completed and approved prior to registration. Payment plans and some fee reductions are available. For more information or to obtain an application for the class, call Central Lincoln CountyAdult Education at 563-2811, or email email@example.com. Due to the required application process no on-line or phoneregistrations will be accepted.
Sally Larson is a Clinical Educator at Lincoln Healthcare and has been an RN for 39 years. Sally trained in England and has been practicing in the USA since 1980. She is an instructor in ACLS, PALS, and BLS.
Mandated Reporter Training for Professionals - March
with Steve Madera, Piscataquis Valley Adult Education Cooperative
Do you know what to do if you suspect a child is being abused or neglected?
What if you’re worried about a family?
Do you know how to recognize the signs of child abuse and/or neglect?
Being a Mandated Reporter is a serious responsibility. Please join us for the next FREE Mandated Reporter Training to help you stay current with reporting laws and recognizing the warning signs.
WED 3/14 11:30am-1pm FREE Penquis in Dover-Foxcroft
Lunch & Learn (Lunch provided)
TUES 5/8 5:30pm-7pm FREE Penquis in Dover-Foxcroft
For more information, or to register, please call Steve Madera at 974-2479.
"ed2go" Personalized Learning!!!
with ed2go RSU 39, Eastern Aroostook Adult and Community Education
You can choose to study at home or come to the learning center and use our up-to-date computer labs.
We offer 360+ instructor-led online courses, from professional technical development to personal interest, through a partnership with Ed2Go. Classes are convenient and affordable. You will spend two to four hours each week completing two lessons in an interactive learning environment in which you will be able to interact with instructors and fellow students in online discussion areas. Most courses begin near the middle of each month and last six weeks. Upon completion of a course with a passing score, you will get confirmation of completion from your learning institution. Most of these courses are 24 hours and may be used for professional CEUs or in addition to campus courses for high school completions.
200-Hour Yoga Teacher Certificate Program
with Tracey Noyes, Windham/Raymond Adult Education
An in-depth Coaching Yoga, Coaching Life Certification program for those seeking to teach, or to deepen their journey. The Coaching Yoga, Coaching Life Certification is built around finding your voice first – as an inspired teacher or as an inspired yogi, encouraging you to step outside of the “box”. Tuition includes 200 hours of classroom instruction covering these topics: Techniques, training and practice; teaching methodology; anatomy and physiology; yoga philosophy, lifestyle and ethics for yoga teachers; practicum, and instructional materials.
A note for students interested in pursuing certification through Yoga Alliance:
In order to qualify for certification through Yoga Alliance, students are responsible for completion of additional coursework relevant to the area of interest in these subject areas: techniques, training and practice, teaching methodologies, yoga self-exploration; and complete Family Crisis Volunteer Program (taught by Family Crisis Services). These components are not covered by tuition charged for this program.
Please note: The teacher of this program is not affiliated with Yoga Alliance; however, the coursework noted in this program and recommended as additional coursework exceeds Yoga Alliance requirements and may be applied as Continuing Education for yoga teachers wishing to register with Yoga Alliance.
Enrollment is on-going.
For more information please contact Stacia Dugas, Career Pathways Coordinator at 207-892-1819 or Tracy Noyes at Redefining Yoga and Pilates 207-892-0964, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
Fee: $1995 Payment plans are available.
Tracy Noyes is the owner of Redefining Yoga & Pilates in Windham.
21st Century Workforce Certificate Class
with Hannah Bard, RSU #3
This certification is in the virtual learning center to be used with individual instructors. As each competency is completed, the student will receive a ‘ticket’ stating what competency has been mastered (at least 80%). After completing the first 6 competencies & received the 6 ‘tickets,’ the student will receive the 21st Century Workforce certificate. Please contact the RSU#3 Adult Education Program for more information and details as to how this certification now works
21st Century Workforce Initiative - Paid Work Experience Program - Informational Meeting (Session Two)
with William Laney, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education
For Youth (16-24) No longer Attending the K-12 System
The 21st Century Workforce Initiative is a 10-week, paid work experience program being offered through the Department of Health and Human Services in partnership with Lawrence and Skowhegan Adult Education Programs and the Skowhegan Career Center.
Successful candidates will work 20 hours per week with a local employer at $10 per hour, after taking part in no-cost, individualized education and/or mentoring.
Participants will be matched with local employers based on individual career interest assessment results.
21st Century Workforce Initiative Youth Paid Work Experience Program - Informational Meeting - Session 2
21st Century Workforce Initiative Youth Paid Work Experience Program For Youth (16-24) No Longer Attending the K-12 System The 21st Century Workforce Initiative is a 10-week, paid work experience program being offered through the Department of Health and Human Services in partnership with Lawrence and Skowhegan Adult Education Programs and the Skowhegan Career Center.
Successful candidates will work 20 hours per week with a local employer at $10 per hour, after taking part in no-cost, individualized education and/or mentoring. Participants will be matched with local employers based on individual career interest assessment results.
This is a paid work experience program. You will be paid $10/hour for 20 hours per week for all 10 weeks, if you are eligible.
Please preregister for Informational Meeting by calling 453-4200, ext. 3114 (Fairfield) or 474-7553 (Skowhegan).
Informational Meeting (Mandatory) Tuesday, April 3, 2018 (Snow Date April 4) at 10AM at Lawrence Adult Education
Intake/Assessment (Mandatory) Monday, April 10, 2018 (Snow Date April 11) at 1pm-4pm at the KVCC Hinckley Campus (Averill Hall, Room TBA)
Classes Monday April 23 through Friday, May 11, 2018 from 3:30pm to 7:30pm at KVCC Hinckley Campus – Averill Hall, Room TBA
Work Experience Monday, May 14 through Friday, June 29, 2018 - Locations and Schedules to be determined
You will be expected to:
1. Complete required paperwork and career assessments.
2. To be eligible for this program requires that you have a valid photo ID, and be a U.S. citizen, or have paperwork proving that you are in the country legally.
3. Pass a drug test and/or background check, if the employer requires it.
4. Participate fully all 10 weeks of the program, for 20 hours per week.
5. Meet with the Career Adviser at least once per week during the entire 10 weeks.
6. Complete the post survey and 6-month follow-up survey.
FMI: Fairfield - 453-4200, ext. 3115 | Skowhegan – 474-7553
The funding for this program is provided by the Department of Health and Human Services.
3 Part Google for Beginners and Professionals: Part 1
with Michael Lamoureux, Gray-New Gloucester Adult & Community Education
Google has many great tools you can use for free! If you want to use Google for personal use, or you use it at work, we will explore the amazing tools provided. Learn to present information, share with colleagues, collaboratively edit, and use other time-saving tools. (If you do not have a current google account, we will create one in the first class.) Bring a laptop or we will have computers available. The beauty of Google is that you can access it!
Part 1: Focus on Google Mail Learn to organize, save, create, archive, and attach items to email.