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Beginning Conversational Spanish

$290

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

Calendar Jun 7, 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.

SOLO WFR Summer Staff Discount

$550

with Jessica Steele, United Technologies Center - Adult Education

Calendar Jun 7, 2021 at 8 am, runs for 2 weeks

Are you planning on working as a trip leader or a counselor at a summer camp?  Are you a Maine guide or a River guide and need your WFR. This courses has been discounted for you!

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: June 7-18 (Monday - Friday)

7 CEU available  
(There will be an extra fee $20 for CEU. Forms will be available in class.)

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 Responder

$600

with Jessica Steele, United Technologies Center - Adult Education

Calendar Jun 7, 2021 at 8 am, runs for 2 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: June 7-18 (Monday - Friday)

7 CEU available  
(There will be an extra fee $20 for CEU. Forms will be available in class.)

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

Outdoor Leadership Series: Introduction to Backpacking

$25

with Jessica Steele, United Technologies Center - Adult Education

Calendar Jun 9, 2021 at 6 pm

Outdoor Leadership Series: Introduction to Backpacking - June 9
Are you thinking about heading out on a trail and going backpacking? There is nothing like carrying your home on your back, listening to the sound of your boots on the trail, and the simplicity of it all. This course is designed to go over the important aspects of backpacking along with the gear & equipment needed for your adventure. We will go over ten essential items that you will need to bring with you on your trip. Learn how to properly pack a backpack and understand the different types of packs. We will go over th eseven LNT principles, what skills you will need to know prior to your trip, and what to do if anything goes wrong on your trip.

Outdoor Leadership Series
The Outdoor Leadership Series is designed for aspiring outdoor enthusiasts or for professionals that want to gain new information or new perspectives on old skills. Each week, we will have an opportunity to explore a different topic. This course will be very informative and hands-on. Most days we will start in the classroom and then proceed to go outside for various demonstrations and activities.

You can sign up for one course or for all ten courses. 

Camp Craft Skills - April 7

First Aid and Lost Person Scenarios - April 14

Menu and Food Planning - April 21

Outdoor Cooking - April 28

Introduction to Maps - May 5

Basics in Navigation - May 12 

Know your Knots - May 19

Wilderness and Primitive Survival Skills - May 26 

Introduction to Canoeing - June 2

Introduction to Backpacking - June 9

SOLO Wilderness First Aid
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SOLO Wilderness First Aid

$165

with Jessica Steele, United Technologies Center - Adult Education

Calendar Jul 17, 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: July 17-18 (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

$165

with Jessica Steele, United Technologies Center - Adult Education

Calendar Aug 28, 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: August 28-29

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 Responder

$600

with Jessica Steele, United Technologies Center - Adult Education

Calendar Sep 21, 2021 at 5 pm, runs for 5 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: 
Sept. 21- Oct. 21 (Tues & Thurs 5pm-9pm)
Sept 25-26 and Oct 16-17 (Saturday and Sunday 8-5pm)

7 CEU available  
(There will be an extra fee $20 for CEU. Forms will be available in class.)

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

$165

with Jessica Steele, United Technologies Center - Adult Education

Calendar Oct 30, 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: October 30-31 (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





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