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C N A - Fall 2015
Our next class will be held starting in late September. Please plan to attend our INFORMATIONAL EVENING on September 2nd at Scarborough High School.
80 Hour State-Approved Course
If you have always wanted to get into the medical field then becoming a CNA is a great way to start! You must be at least 18 years of age and a high school graduate. All applicants are also required to take and receive an acceptable score on the CASAS reading test, agree to a background check, provide evidence of required immunizations and show evidence that they can perform the physical work required of the position.
Please download the application here or call the office at 730-5040 for an application or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and plan to attend the Information Session. You may complete your application then and take the CASAS placement test. These things must be submitted before your interview for placement in the next class. Anticipated start date is late September and will run for 10 weeks. 3 days per week. In addition we must have your physical form prior to the start of your clinical rotation at Pine Point Nursing Center. Fee: $500 SPACE IS LIMITED to 10 students per session and fills quickly.
Academy of Medical Professions
Offers a variety of healthcare career classes which may be accessed either on site or web-based using the Tandberg system. National certification classes programs available, but you must contact the Academy directly for a schedule of ongoing classes, registration information and payment plans at 866-516-8274 or 207-721-0714 or online at
Scarborough Adult Education is a classroom site for some of these classes
Medical Office Specialist with
CMAA National Certification
Medical Billing and Coding with
Hospital Billing & Coding with
Phlebotomy with CPT Certification
If you are considering learning new skills in the medical field, attend our Medical Careers
at Scarborough High School. Free.
Interactive broadcast with AMF representatives.
For date and time: www.scarboroughschools.org
Academy of Medical Professions
with Academy of Medical Professions, RSU16 Adult Education
Become NATIONALLY Certified in the following areas in as little as 10 to 20 weeks:
- Pharmacy Technician Certification with PTCB
- Certified Group Exercise and Personal Trainer
- Dental Assisting with RHS Certification
- Hospital Billing & Coding with CPC-H Certification
- Medical Billing Specialist with CPB Certification
- Medical Coding with CPC Certification
- Medical Transcription Certificate
- Medical Office Specialist with CMAA and CEHRS Certifications
- Phlebotomy with CPT Certification
For more information about these medical profession courses including payment plans or to register, please contact Academy of Medical Professions at 866-516-8274 or 207-721-0714, or visit www.academyofmedicalprofessions.com.
(VA, WIA, Aspire, Career Center, Department of Labor and DHHS approved vendor)
Adult Heart Saver, FirstAid, AED
with Cheryl Moody and Ellen Thorne, Spruce Mountain Adult Education
Using video and hands-on, instructor-led practice, participants will learn to manage first aid emergencies including bleeding, sprains, fractures, shock, and other emergencies. This course will include adult CPR and AED use.
Minimum 10 students and maximum 16 students
This class will meet Tuesday, November 3, 2015 from 5-9pm
To enroll and make an online payment click the link below:
American Sign Language
with Shannon Locke, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education
Students will learn basic ASL communication. Course includes sign vocabulary, grammatical structures, fingerspelling, numbers and expressive and receptive signing activities. Students will learn the history of ASL and become knowledgeable of aspects of Deaf Culture which is an integral part of meaningful language use. No textbook required.
Attn Health Care Providers HealthCare Provider Basic Life Support (American Heart Association)
with Diane Frechette, Biddeford Adult Education
This 2 year certification course is designed for healthcare professionals and other personnel who need to know how to perform CPR and other basic cardiovascular life support skills in a wide variety of in- and out- of hospital settings. This audience includes nurses, physicians, EMS professionals, students in a healthcare program at a university/college, allied health professionals (physical therapists, occupational therapist, athletic trainers, etc.), and others who may need training in basic life support skills. Taught by American Heart Association Certified Instructors.
Textbook MUST be picked up at Adult Ed Office PRIOR to the class
- Book Fee - $15.00
Basic Life Support (BLS) For Healthcare Providers / HS
with Don Wade, United Technologies Center
The BLS for Healthcare Providers course is for Healthcare Professionals who need to know how to perform CPR, as well as other lifesaving skills, in a wide variety of in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings. This course covers: adult and pediatric CPR, two-rescuer scenarios and use of the bag valve masks, foreign body airway obstruction, automated external defibrillation, special resuscitation situations, stroke and cardiac arrest, and other cardiopulmonary emergencies.
Participants will receive certification card after successful completion.
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Beacon Hospice Volunteer
with Kelly Herlihy, Spruce Mountain Adult Education
Be the person who makes a difference to a neighbor and their family as they face end of life issues: become a Beacon Hospice Volunteer. This FREE 21 hour, 7 week training will prepare you to support patients and their families. Led by the volunteer coordinator, our team of registered nurse case managers, licensed clinical social workers, clergy and bereavement specialists will provide the informational tools you will need to provide compassionate support for our patients and their families. You will learn the history and philosophy of hospice, medical issues at the end of life including pain and symptom management, communication, family dynamics, grief, loss and spiritual care. Once you complete the course, you decide how best how to serve the hospice community. Hospice volunteer work is not about a patient's demise, it about their LIVING!!
Minimum of 2 students and maximum of 20 students
This class will start Monday, September 14th 5:30pm-8:30pm
Tuesday, September 15th 12pm-3pm.