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Medicare 101- online- May
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Medicare 101- online- May

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with Catherine Slye, Mid-Coast School of Technology Adult Education

Calendar May 20, 2021 at 5:30 pm, runs for 1 week

Determining which Medicare plan you need can feel like a maze of uncertainty. You will be provided information regarding Medicare, Medicare prescription drug coverage, Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare Supplemental plans, and tips on how to save money, avoid paying penalties and how to navigate through the process with more confidence.  Before this Zoomed class you'll receive supporting informantion to follow along (and for your future reference). Tune into the presentation from the comfort of your home, while still seeing and interacting with the instructor. Be sure to call 596-7752 x3 to enroll in your preferred session.  Spectrum Generations is a non-profit organization; donations are always appreciated.

Driving Dynamics
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Driving Dynamics

$40

with Michael Truman, Houlton/Hodgdon Adult & Community Education

$40. per person, there is a cost of only $25. if you are 65 and older.

The Maine Driving Dynamics course is a driver improvement course that is aimed to improve a student's defensive driving awareness and abilities. This five-hour course includes discussion of collision avoidance techniques, safety issues, driver habits and attitudes, and the basic elements that constantly challenge drivers on Maine's highways. A student who completes the course will receive a three-point credit on their driving record. It may take up to 2 weeks for processing.

Questions regarding your license should be addressed to:

Bureau of Motor Vehicles at 207-624-9000.

Also, check with your insurance company as you may be able to reduce your insurance premium by completing this course!

 

SOLO WFA - Summer Staff Discount
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SOLO WFA - Summer Staff Discount

$145

with Jessica Steele, United Technologies Center - Adult Education

Calendar May 22, 2021 at 8 am

Are you planning on being a trip leader for a camp or guide service? Are you interested in knowing how to take care of someone if they were hurt in the backcountry? This is a perfect course for someone who would like to get a basic level of first aid training. We are offering this course $20 less to those in the camp and guiding industry. 

The Wilderness First Aid is a 16-hour hands-on course. It will provided a comprehensive look at the standards and skills of dealing with: • response and assessment • musculoskeletal Injuries • environmental emergencies • survival skills • soft tissue injuries • medical emergencies.

All Wilderness First Aid students must have a current CPR card or will need to take a CPR/AED course in an evening session. There will be an additional fee of $30 for if CPR is needed (Pay for the CPR fee at class); this class will be offered Saturday evening.

This course includes 16-hours in class sessions, out of class reading, and a final exam.

Course includes: SOLO  Wilderness First Aid book, Wilderness First Aid Map, 2-year WFA Certification, 2-year CPR certification

DATES: May 22-23  (Saturday and Sunday) 8am-5pm

COVID GUIDELINES - following CDC, UTC, and SOLO guidelines 

Masks must be worn while in the building or when closer than 6’

During scenarios and patient assessment participants must wear gowns, masks, gloves and shields. (This will be made available for each student during class.)

Participants will work with a partner during the duration of the course. This will help with limited exposure and still allow students to have a hands-on experience

SOLO Wilderness First Aid
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SOLO Wilderness First Aid

$165

with Jessica Steele, United Technologies Center - Adult Education

Calendar May 22, 2021 at 8 am

Are you thinking about going on an outdoor trip this summer with family or friends? Are you planning on being a trip leader for a camp or guide service? Are you interested in knowing how to take care of someone if they were hurt in the backcountry? This is a perfect course for someone who would like to get a basic level of first aid training. 

The Wilderness First Aid is a 16-hour hands-on course. It will provided a comprehensive look at the standards and skills of dealing with: • response and assessment • musculoskeletal Injuries • environmental emergencies • survival skills • soft tissue injuries • medical emergencies.

All Wilderness First Aid students must have a current CPR card or will need to take a CPR/AED course in an evening session. There will be an additional fee of $30 for if CPR is needed (Pay for the CPR fee at class); this class will be offered Saturday evening.

This course includes 16-hours in class sessions, out of class reading, and a final exam.

Course includes: SOLO  Wilderness First Aid book, Wilderness First Aid Map, 2-year WFA Certification, 2-year CPR certification

DATES: May 22-23  (Saturday and Sunday) 8am-5pm

COVID GUIDELINES - following CDC, UTC, and SOLO guidelines 

Masks must be worn while in the building or when closer than 6’

During scenarios and patient assessment participants must wear gowns, masks, gloves and shields. (This will be made available for each student during class.)

Participants will work with a partner during the duration of the course. This will help with limited exposure and still allow students to have a hands-on experience

Babysitter Certification

$35

with Krissy Shemkovitz, MSAD#1 Adult & Community Education

Calendar Next session starts May 22, 2021 at 9 am, runs for 1 week
2 additional sessions through Sep 25, 2021

THIS SESSION IS CURRENTLY FULL! If your child is interested in taking this class, please register for the WAITLIST. We will use the waitlist to determine need for an additional session.

 

During this class you will have access to a highly trained instructor who will share the latest information on child care, offer tips, and can answer all of your questions so that you're ready to start your own babysitting business. With lecture and class activities, this class is engaging, informative and fun! You will walk away with a Red Cross Certification in Babysitting! Must be 11 or older at time of class.

Although every situation is unique, there are some universal skills and techniques that every babysitter should have. Our courses were designed with this principle in mind and can help you deliver the care that families need. Just a few of the things our babysitting class covers include:

  • Basic Care for Infants and Children
  • Basic First Aid
  • Child Behavior
  • Age-Appropriate Activities
  • Emergency Protocols
  • Professionalism
  • Leadership
  • Growing Your Business

All participants are encourage to bring their own drink, snack and lunch.

Introduction to Recreational Kayaking - Session I

$29

with Sebago Trails, Westbrook Adult Education

Calendar May 22, 2021 at 10 am, runs for 1 week

Come learn the essential skills and knowledge the novice kayaker or “never been before but always wanted to try it” paddler needs for recreational kayaking. In a one day on-the-water instruction, we will cover a variety of kayaking fundamentals from safety equipment, rescue techniques, smooth entering and exiting, to weather and water conditions, and more. Learn the basic types of kayaks and how to select the one that is best for you. Kayaks  and PFD’s for all on-the-water instruction will be provided. Co-owners of Sebago Trails Paddling Company, Bill and daughter Katelyn, have over 30 years of paddling experience and instruction between them. All classes will be held at Sebago Trails Paddling Co., 1311 Roosevelt Trail, Raymond. *Please check website for Covid-19 protocols :  https://sebagotrails.com/important-message-covid-19. Fee is $29 for each session.

Full Course

What Happens After the Paychecks Stop? A Retirement Income Primer Seminar

$15

with Fred Diehl, York Adult Education

Calendar Next available session starts May 25, 2021 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

A seminar that discusses income during retirement. We’ll explore how to budget for retirement expenses, examine potential sources of retirement income and identify ways to address potential risks.

Tuesday, 6 - 7 PM,  May 25, $15

First Time Home Sellers

$20

with Stephen Bousquet, Kittery Adult Education

Calendar Next available session starts May 27, 2021 at 6:30 pm, runs for 1 week

Stephen, a local real estate broker from the Kittery area, developed this seminar for the purpose of giving homeowners the necessary tools and knowledge for what it takes to prepare for a move both physically and psychologically. Steve brings to this seminar the experience gained from a long real estate career in Vermont.

3 Thursday sessions

March 18 or April 29 or May 27, 6:30-8 p.m.

Course Fee: $20





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