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Certified Nursing Assistant Medication Course (Summer)
with Elizabeth O'Toole
This course requires 120 hours of training, labs and clinicals. Prerequisites: active and in good standing on the Maine State CNA Registry with no disqualifying annotations; have completed at least the equivalent of one year of full-time employment as a CNA prior to taking the course; and achieve a 10th grade level on a reading comprehension assessment.
Please call 422-4794 or email email@example.com with your inquiries. The application is available for download on our website.
Certified Residential Medication Aide (CRMA) Session 3
with Brenda Duggan
This state certification course prepares students to administer medications in state-certified residential facilities in Maine. Learn all about medications and their side effects and how to document procedures performed. Upon successful completion of this course participants will obtain a certificate from the State of Maine and be certified to provide medication administration in the residential setting. Re-certification is required every 2 years. Class meets 5/5, 5/6 and 5/12 from 9a-4p and on 5/13 from 7a-7p for clinical. This is an in-demand job and highly recommended for CNAs who work in Assisted Living facilities and/or the PSS.
Requirements: completed application and reading assessment.
We do offer a scholarship to qualified candidates. Please inquire.
We expect this class to fill up quickly, so please let us know as soon as possible of your interest by calling the office at 422-4794 or e-mailing Jean Girmscheid at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Computer Basics for the Beginner Session 2
with Trudy Martin
Are you only using your computer to play solitaire? Need to learn to use a computer for a job? Do you want to learn more about using the computer but not sure where to turn? Our Computer Basics for the Beginner class offers a small group setting for personal attention. Some skills covered in class are creating email, using the Internet, and becoming more comfortable with the computer. You can bring your own PC laptop or use one of ours. New this semester, included with the course cost, is an individual tutoring session after the 4 classes have met. At the tutoring session you can work on your own projects and goals.
Resume and Interviewing Workshop Session 2
with Phil Wormuth
Make sure your resume lands at the top of the application pile. Explore the basics of resume writing, job searches, applications and interviews. These workshops provide valuable tips on resume content and interviewing techniques. Week one will focus on creating a job-appropriate resume: what information to include and formatting. Week two will concentrate on building confidence, interviewing tips, and mock interviews.
with Dan Ferden
This welding class covers the basics and is for the do-it-yourself welder. Students learn about the different welding processes (oxy-acetylene, stick, M.I.G. and T.I.G.) and get hands-on experience with those techniques. See how the characteristics of metal change as we weld them, i.e. heat treating. Safety is a priority and students are instructed in safety procedures. This course does not offer a certification in welding; however, it may be valuable in deciding a welding operation you like best or in purchasing a welder that works for you. All welding equipment and supplies are provided. Class size is limited to 5. No class June 5.