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Beginning Conversational Spanish

$290

with UGot Class, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education

Calendar Apr 5, 2021

This is on online class.

Designed for beginners, we will have you speaking and reading Spanish in no time. You will practice the basic building blocks of the language and common idiomatic expressions. You will know enough vocabulary and grammar for simple conversations, and you will learn how to ask and answer questions.  

Whether you speak some Spanish and need a refresher, or no Spanish, you will complete the course with the skills to communicate in Spanish.

Beginning Conversational Spanish
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Beginning Conversational Spanish

$290

with LERN® UGot Class, MSAD 11 Gardiner Area Adult & Community Education (adulted@msad11.org) 207-582-3774

Calendar Next session starts Apr 5, 2021

Designed for beginners, we will have you speaking and reading Spanish in no time. You will practice the basic building blocks of the language and common idiomatic expressions. You will know enough vocabulary and grammar for simple conversations, and you will learn how to ask and answer questions.  Whether you speak some Spanish and need a refresher, or no Spanish, you will complete the course with the skills to communicate in Spanish.

CEUs/ILUs: 3.2Length (in hours): 32

CLICK HERE to register online!

Leave No Trace Trainer Workshop - ONLINE

$50

with Jessica Steele, United Technologies Center - Adult Education

Calendar Apr 5, 2021 at 6 pm, runs for 5 weeks

Learn about Leave No Trace principles and ethics as well as understanding various techniques on how to teach these principles. This course is great for anyone interested but is geared for educators, leaders, Maine Guides, and  park employees. Becoming a Leave No Trace Trainer enables you to successfully conduct awareness workshops and scouting badge workshops.

In this course we will review the following:

History of Leave No Trace

Seven Principles and ethics of leave No trace

Overview of the national Leave No Trace program and other resources

The role and function of a Leave No Trace Trainer

Teaching skills and techniques and student learning styles

Participants will teach at least one activity/session

Understand how to run an awareness workshop

Once completing the course, participants will be considered a Leave No Trace Trainer at a national level with the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics.

This is an online course. We will meet for five-2hour sessions.

 

SOLO Wilderness First Responder

$600

with Jessica Steele, United Technologies Center - Adult Education

Calendar Apr 6, 2021 at 5 pm, runs for 6 weeks

The Wilderness First Responder Course is 72-80 hours and provides an in depth look at the skills and standards of the following • Response and Assessment • Musculoskeletal Injuries • Environmental Emergencies • Survival Skills • Soft Tissue Injuries • Medical Emergencies.  

This is an intensive first aid course designed for participants that are working in a position of leadership in an outdoor setting such as Maine guides, backcountry leaders, ski patrollers or raft guides. All Wilderness First Responder students must have a current CPR card or will need to take a CPR/AED course in an evening session.

This course includes 72-80 hours in class sessions, out of class reading, and a final exam.

If you are a current EMT you may receive continuing education credits. Once you receive your WFR certification you may take the steps to become certified as Wilderness EMT.  

Course includes: SOLO Wildcare Working in Less Than Desirable Conditions and Remote Environment textbook, 3-year WFR Certification, 2-year CPR certification. Note that to receive certification, participants must pass written and practical exams.

DATES: April 6 - May 13 (Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings) and two weekends April 10-11 and May 8-9 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

How to Plan a Disney World Vacation

$16

with David Murch, Lake Region & Fryeburg Area Adult Education

Calendar Apr 6, 2021 at 5:30 pm

Are you planning a Walt Disney World vacation? Looking for someone to break down your options, guide you through this daunting process, and help you get the most out of your vacation and budget? If so, join us and get personal insight on all things Disney World!! We’ll also discuss how to think through your budget as well as look at potential expenses and consider ways to save money in various areas of your vacation.

Maine Driving Dynamics

$45

with RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education

Calendar Apr 13, 2021 at 6 pm

The Maine Driving Dynamics course is a driver improvement course that is aime to improve a student's defensive driving awareness and abilities.

This two-night 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.  Our goal is to save lives, prevent injuries, and reduce vehicle-related crashes.

A student who completes this course will receive a three-point credit on their driving record.  It may take up to two weeks for processing.  Quesions regarding your license should be addressed to Bureau of Motor Vehicles at 207-624-9000.

While on school campus, class participants must wear a two-layer maks that covers the mouth and nose at all times.  Six-feet social distancing must also be maintained.

 

How to Plan a Disney World Vacation

$9

with David Murch, Windham/Raymond Adult Education

Calendar Next available session starts Apr 27, 2021 at 5:30 pm, runs for 1 week

Are you planning a Walt Disney World vacation? Looking for someone to break down your options, guide you through this daunting process, and help you get the most out of your vacation and budget? If so, join us and get personal insight on all things Disney World!! This includes theme parks, water parks, ticket options, resort options, dining options, dining plans, seasonal events, tours, dinner shows, unique experiences, and even MagicBands. We’ll also discuss the pros and cons of using a travel agency vs. booking the vacation yourself, staying on Disney property vs. off-site, and relying on Disney transportation vs. renting a vehicle. See how to factor in seasonal park crowd levels, average monthly temperatures, and rainy days into your plans. Gain some insight on how to think through your budget as we look at potential expenses and consider ways to save money in various areas of your vacation.

Instructor: David Murch
Tuesday, 4/27, 5:30 - 8:00 PM
Location: Online
Fee: $9

SOLO Wilderness First Aid

$165

with Jessica Steele, United Technologies Center - Adult Education

Calendar May 1, 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

 

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

 





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