ACCUPLACER ASSESSMENT PREP
with Barbara Collins, Mt. Blue RSD Franklin County Adult Basic Education
Are you an adult planning to go to or return to college? If you are considering CMCC, KVCC, UMA or UMF, you will be required to take the Accuplacer. Do you need to brush up on your math before taking the accuplacer placement assessment? this class will help you review the topics covered by the accuplacer Arithmetic and Algebra assessments.
Adult High School Diploma
with Sue Lasselle, RSU16 Adult Education
Continue your high school education building on previously earned credits through class work and independent study. Please call us at 345-3217 to make an appointment to register. Begin anytime!
Our classroom is open for students Monday through Thursday from 9am to 3pm, and Wednesday evenings from 5:30-8:30pm.
Adult Learning Center
with Pamela Corbin, MSAD #11 Adult Education
The learning center is designed to help a variety of learners meet individual needs. Participants can prepare for the HiSET exam, earn credit toward the GAHS diploma or upgrade academic skills in preparation for advanced courses.
Free, but you must call 582-3774 to arrange enrollment.
You may enroll at any time during the semester.
Buckfield LC Tue (Diploma)
with Nat Buck, Oxford Hills/Buckfield Adult Education
This class is for adults who want to improve reading, writing, and/or math skills. You can work toward an Adult Education diploma or Maine Equivalency Diploma. Tuition fees waived for students working toward their diploma or Maine Equivalency credential. For more information or to register, call 743-8842, option 1.
Other fees (paid later)
- Book Fee - $20.00
Career Pathways Workshop
with Diann Bailey, MSAD #11 Adult Education
CHEMISTRY WITH LAB
with MICHAEL REID, Mt. Blue RSD Franklin County Adult Basic Education
tHIS COURSE IS DESIGNED WITH THE KNOWLEDGE THAT MOST OF YOU HAVE THE URGE TO RUN AND HIDE AT THE MENTION OF THE WORD CHEMISTRY. WE WILL HIGHLIGHT THE MAJOR CONCEPTS OF A FULL YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY.
with LAURIE HISCOCK, Mt. Blue RSD Franklin County Adult Basic Education
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 needed to administer medications and to document safely and accurately. the course covers State of Maine regulations, standard residential facility policies, basic anatomy and physiology, common medications in the majority of drug classes, and the practice of safe medication administration procedures. Once enrolled, participants must complete all classroom and clinical components, without exceptin. Mock med passes are completed as part of the classroom experience. In addition, participants anre required to perform 3 med passes supervised by an RN in a clinical setting. Documentaiton of these med passes is due within 45 dfays of the completion of the course. It is important for the CRMA to understand exactly what the roles and responsiblitites of this position include. The tasks a CRMA is expected and allowed to do as part of the job is called "scope of practice".