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Archive: May 2015

College Transitions Interview on 92 Moose! [Augusta Adult and Community Education]

Monique Roy, our College Transitions Advisor, was interviewed on 92 Moose regarding our summer program. She discussed the benefits of taking the "Maine Adult Education College Transition Student Success Course we are offering this summer. The course is FREE and designed to help students prepare for admission to a college program. Students will be introduced to a variety of topics including the college application process, financial aid, time management, goal setting, learning styles, campus resources, catalog policies, critical thinking, study skills, and how to complete a college level research paper. Those who successfully complete the course will obtain 3 college level credits that can be transferred into the University of Maine at Augusta as an elective or one college credit at Kennebec Valley Community College or Central Maine Community College. For more information or to enroll in the course, please call us at (207) 626-2470. 

Please click here to watch Monique's interview! 

 

Posted by Helen Emery  on May 26, 2015 | Read more in: News

Adult Education Graduation [Bonny Eagle Adult Education]

 

 

 

You Are Invited to Join in the Celebration of Our Graduating Class of 2018

Wednesday, May 30th at 7:00 p.m.

Bonny Eagle High School Auditorium

 

 

Posted by Linda Winton  on May 21, 2015 | Read more in: Events

PVAEC Holds Pinning Ceremony for CNA Graduates, May 2015 [PVAEC - Piscataquis Valley Adult Education Cooperative]

 

 

CNA Grads May 2015Congratulations to our most recent group of CNA graduates! Pictured here are (back row) L to R Nancy Gothrow, Annie Stewart, and Nena Foster with (front row) instructor Sue Duplisea, RN. 

 

Posted by Hilda Roberts  on May 18, 2015

Sign Up For June Orientation in Preparation for Fall Classes! [RSD #9 Franklin County Adult Basic Education]

Orientation Clipart

Mt. Blue Adult Education is announcing an Orientation on June 2 for students who would like to enter the following programs in the fall:  CRMA, CNA, CNA-Med Tech and College Transitions (descriptions of these courses may be read below).  The Orientation will take place at the Adult Learning Center from 9:00-3:00 with lunch being served.  The program will include introduction to the staff and the Adult Ed Program, educational testing and class placement.  The four courses will begin in September with dates to be announced.  The purpose of this early Orientation is to ensure that students may begin classes early in the fall rather than waiting for the first Adult Basic Education Orientation in September.  The June 2 Orientation is also open to anyone else who may be interested in pursuing their HiSET (formerly GED) Diploma; however classes will be limited after June 25 for the summer and there is no HiSET testing from June 26 through August 31.

The next Orientation for fall classes will be on September 9 from 9:00-3:00.  Anyone interested in attending Adult Ed may call 778-3460 to register.  The Adult Ed Office will be closed in July and August.

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

CNA - CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT - This 180 hour CNA Course is designed to prepare the student to be a Nursing Assistant. Call the office for application and registration requirements. $1300

CNA - MED TECH -CERTIFIED MEDICATION TECHNICIAN - State Approved Certified Medication Technician Program includes 60 hours classroom, 20 hours classroom/lab and 40 hours clinical training for a total of 120 hours which prepares the CNA to work in nursing homes administering medications under the supervision of an RN. Students must already have their CNA license plus 2080 hours working as a CNA. Call the office for an application and detailed registration requirements. $1000

CRMA - CERTIFIED RESIDENTIAL MEDICATION AIDE - 40-hour course designed to teach Residential Care Workers to administer selected non-injectable medications in a Licensed Residential Care or Group Home setting. The course provides basic understanding needed to administer medication and to document accurately. The course covers State of Maine regulations, standard residential facility policies, basic anatomy and physiology, common medications in most drug classes and safe medication administration procedures. Participants must complete all classroom and clinical components without exception. Mock med passes are part of the classroom experience. Also participants must perform 3 med passes supervised by an RN in a clinical setting. Documentation of these med passes is due within 45 days of the completion of the course. The CRMA must understand exactly what the roles and responsibilities of this position include. $500


CT - COLLEGE TRANSITIONS - This is a 16-week course perfect for those who want to further their education and already have a high school diploma or equivalency. Classes are taught by teachers who want you to succeed and you will be in classes with people like you who want to take that next step. No Fee.


Call Mt. Blue Adult Ed at 778-3460 for further information or to register.

 

Posted by Julie Sawyer  on May 13, 2015 | Read more in: Events

Are you interested in teaching an adult education class? [Gray-New Gloucester Adult & Community Education]

teaching a class

Do you have a skill or craft that you would like to share with others?  Gray-New Gloucester Adult & Community Education is currently accepting course proposals for fall 2015.

For more information, call us at 657-9612 or fill out a course proposal form

 

Posted by Theresa Boynton  on May 12, 2015 | Read more in: News, Events, and Upcoming Classes

Summer Courses Posted! [Lewiston Adult Education]

Registration is now open for Lewiston Adult Education's summer courses!

Interviews for our CNA program will be held May 19 & 21 at 4:00 pm here at LHS, and the program will start June 2.

The College Transition Program will also start June 2. This is a great opportunity for adults interested in pursuing a college degree to brush up on their academic skills, receive help during the financial aid process, and to get ready to start college classes in the fall.

Also starting in June is our Culinary Arts Certificate course. This program is designed to give participants hands-on experience in the many aspects of the food service industry.

MS Excel I & II will be held in July and August.

Starting in July, High School Diploma/College Prerequisite courses will be held, including Algebra I and Critical Reading & Technical Writing.

HiSET (formerly GED), ESOL, and Adult Basic Education classes will be held on an ongoing basis at the Adult Learning Center. A Citizenship class is scheduled to start June 11th.

For more information on any of these programs, feel free to give us a call at 795-4141.

 

Posted by Jessica Crabtree  on May 7, 2015 | Read more in: News