Instructor: Robert Harvey
This class will address the following areas: When you are eligible for Medicare benefits, the timeline to enroll for Medicare benefits without penalties, what Original Medicare covers and doesn’t cover, what additional plans are available that work in conjunction with Original Medicare, briefly go over the financial assistance options.
Wednesday|6:30-7:30pm | November 14, , Location: ALC|(min 2 max 40 students) Fee:$20
MAKING GOAT MILK SOAP
Instructor: Karen Shumac
Over the course of 2 sessions, we will transform common kitchen ingredients into beautiful handcrafted soap. On the first night, we will briefly discuss the science of soap making, safety tips, tools and ingredients. Then using a basic recipe we will combine vegetable oils and goat milk into a simple but luxurious soap the likes of which you will not find on the grocery store shelp. On the second night we will expand our repertoire by adding the color, scent and/or exfoliant of your choice. Each participant will go home with several bars of soap.
Tuesdays| 6-9pm| Oct 23 - Oct 30
Location: ALC, (Min 4Max 10 students) Fee: $30 Material Fee:$5
MAINE DRIVING DYNAMICS
Instructor: Jen Maddox
This course offers all drivers the opportunity to improve their defensive driving abilities. This five-hour course will include discussion of collision avoidance techniques, safety issues, driver habits and attitudes, and the basic elements that constantly challenge drivers on Maine’s highways. A certified Maine Driving Dynamics instructor teaches the course. The course format engages students with lectures, videos, and class discussion participation. Those completing the course will receive a three point credit on their driving record.**Please include your driver’s license number and date of birth when registering**
Tues & Thurs | 6:00-8:30pm| Oct 30 - Nov 1
Location: MBMS Room 3, Fee: $40, age 65 & older $25
MAINE GUIDE CERTIFICATION STUDY COURSE
Instructor: Carroll Ware
This course will completely prepare you for becoming a registered Maine Guide in Hunting and Fishing or Recreation.
Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun| 8-4pm|Nov 29, 30, Dec 1, 2
Location: ALC, Cost: $450
CERTIFIED FIRST RESPONDER
Instructor: Carol Pillsbury
A certified first responder (Also called an Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency First Responder, Medical First Responder, or First Responder) is a person who has completed a course and received certification in providing pre-hospital care for medical emergencies. Certified individuals should have received much more instruction than someone who is trained in basic first aid andCPR but they are not necessarily a substitute for more advanced emergency medical care rendered by emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics.
Class will be offered in February 2019
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN TRAINING (EMT)
Instructor: Carol Pillsbury
The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Program provides students with necessary skills to respond to emergency calls, to provide efficient and immediate care to critically injured persons, and to transport patients to a medical facility. Students receive instruction in anatomy and physiology and patient assessment. Students who successfully complete the program will be eligible to take the National Registry Exam for Emergency Medical Technicians. The course includes a 12-hour clinical rotation in an emergency department and a 12-hour ride-along with an ambulance service. An interview is required as part of the admission to the program.
Class will be offered in the Spring 2019, Cost: $1300
by M Burd
on October 18, 2018
Jarden Plastic Solutions Job Fair Place: Wilton CareerCenter, 865 US Route2E, Wilton, Maine Date: Wednesday, September 26 th Time: 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. There will be prizes and a drawing for a $100 Visa Gift Card!!
We will be accepting applications for Full-Time Production Line Associates, Mold Automation Technicians and Mechanics. Jarden offers a competitive salary, with a 75 cent per hour night shift premium and guaranteed raises after 3, 8 and 12 months. Jarden also offers a benefit package and retirement plan. Jarden Plastic Solutions – once known a Forster Manufacturing– is the leading producer of domestic plastic cutlery and has been employing the community members for the past fifty years.
For more information, contact Jill Lake:
by M Burd
on September 19, 2018
Writing -Fiction & Non Fiction will now be Tuesdays, 6-8pm, September 18th thru November 20, 2018
Sunzi on Strategy will now be Wednesdays, 6-8pm, September 19 thru October 10, 2018
by M Burd
on September 5, 2018
This course prepares students for professional construction work right on site at Foster CTE Center. Participants will receive instruction both in the classroom with applied academics and on-field projects. Our adult education staff will assist you in resume’ writing and connecting you with local employers. This course will fill up fast! Call today for more information at 207-778-3460. Course begins April 9th orientation from 12:30 - 3:00pm, Site: ALC, Conference Room, Dates: April 9 - 12 Simulators, April 23 - 26 Heavy Equipment, Cost: $175.00
by M Burd
on April 4, 2018
Greater Franklin County: Local Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning employers are looking for employees, especially those with an interest and knowledge of the business. An introductory class is being offered this spring to educate job seekers about this well paying field and the skill sets necessary to be successful as an HVAC technician.
Franklin County Adult Education and Spruce Mountain Adult and Community Education are excited to be offering this opportunity to the community. If you have an interest in this growing field, come to HVAC orientation on Wednesday, March 28 from 5:00 - 7:30 at the Adult Education Conference Room at the Mt. Blue Campus in Farmington. The orientation will give an overview of HVAC basics, employment opportunities available, and what the future of this business looks like. You can sign up for the class at this time.
Andrew Bracy, an experienced service technician at Valley Gas and Oil in Kingfield, will lead this class and provide hands-on experience for each student. This is a multi-faceted and ever-changing field, with new advances in heat pumps, solar and geothermal energy and natural gas.
“The field is always evolving. If technology interests you, there is a number of new ways to get involved and always be challenged,” said Bracy.
Currently, there are not enough HVAC technicians to meet the needs of the industry. With the high demand for employees comes higher wages, an opportunity for advancement, and a chance to start a life-long career.
This multi-week course will run from the March 28th orientation through May 30th each Monday and Wednesday from 5-7:30 pm, and will be held at the Mt. Blue Campus.
Subject matter will include the introduction of multiple systems, worker safety, and industry terminology. Students will also be required to job shadow with a local employer. Funding sources are available for students that are eligible. If you are interested in attending the orientation, contact your local adult education program: Mt. Blue at 778-3460, Spruce Mountain at 897-6406.
by M Burd
on March 22, 2018