This 50 hour course prepares participants to work in home health care or residential settings. Personal care, communication skills, observing, reporting and documentation, how to provide care safely and deal with emergencies, consumer rights, aging and illness are among the topics taught. State certification is awarded upon successful completion of skill components and written exam. Excursions to local facilities included. Contact the AE program for an application.
For the experienced Excel user, this live, instructor-led Windows 10 Desktop course features official course material approved by Intuit & Microsoft. Prerequisite: Excel Basics/Intermediate course or instructor's permission. Topics covered in this course include working with multiple worksheets, web sharing, pivot tables, advanced formatting, charting, documenting, auditing, and dealing with spreadsheet challenges. This course provides the MOS certification pathway (no expiration) for interested students, and students may elect to take the official exam here at our Certiport testing facility, when ready. Call the Adult Ed office for separate purchase details of the required eBook/eLab which accompanies this course (same materials from Excel Basics & Intermediate course.)
As an integral part of the child’s treatment team, a Certified Behavioral Health Professional (BHP) has the opportunity to make an immediate impact while helping a child grow and develop to their full potential. We are excited to connect our communities with Woodfords Family Services for this wonderful ONLINE training program. The online training will equip you to successfully help children who are currently on a waitlist for services. The training will prepare you for employment through local social services agencies. The program can be started at any time and finished at your own pace. Call MCST Adult Ed at 596-7752 x.3 to enroll or for more info. You will complete 12 online modules and 12 hours of live instruction (offered virtually). Once the modules are completed, you will receive free online bloodborne pathogen training and virtual First Aid & CPR training if you do not already possess those certifications. The entire training requirements will take about 45 hours. Assistance with job placement is provided to anyone who completes the program. Assistance with technology may be available. Prerequisites: A high school diploma or equivalency. Proof of education is required. Must be 18 years of age or older upon completion of the course. An administration fee of $25 is required at registration. A reading comprehension assessment is required prior to completing the application, administered through your local Maine Adult Education program. This requirement may be waived by showing successful completion of a college-level English course. Here is the BHP registration form to complete: BHP application form
This 21 hour course introduces students to CNC (Computer Numerical Control) manufacturing. Machine functions, tooling set-up, reading machine language, part set-up and machine manipulation will be covered. Basic CNC mill operations and manual programming techniques will be used. Learn the fundamentals of using a vertical CNC milling machine and how to generate a program using basic G and M codes. Upon course completion, students are eligible for employment through several area businesses. Prerequisite: completion in the Machining Part 1 course, employment in the industry, or enrollment in Tooling university courses. Complete these forms to apply: welding forms 3part
Students enrolled in this Certificate program complete 200 hours of classroom, laboratory, and clinical experience, which meet all state licensing requirements. Upon successful completion of the course and passage of the State Competency Exam, the student will be eligible to enter the healthcare field as a Certified Nursing Assistant under the direction of a licensed nurse. Class size is limited so applying early is advised. Prerequisite: high school diploma or equivalent. Contact Adult Ed for an application.
This course is for beginner students. Included is shop safety, determining speeds and feeds, proper use of dial calipers and micrometers, theory and hands-on operation of basic machines found in a machine shop (lathe, milling machines and drill presses). Focus will be on basic setup and operation of a milling machine and lathe. Complete the attached forms to apply: welding forms 3part