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21st Century Workforce Certificate Class
with Marie Roberts
This certification is in the virtual learning center to be used with individual instructors. As each competency is completed, the student will receive a ‘ticket’ stating what competency has been mastered (at least 80%). After completing the first 6 competencies & received the 6 ‘tickets,’ the student will receive the 21st Century Workforce certificate. Please contact the RSU#3 Adult Education Program for more information and details as to how this certification now works
American Heart Assoc. Heartsaver Infant, Child & Adult CPR/AED
with Casey Holmes, ATC
The American Heart Association Heart saver CPR/AED Course is designed to teach CPR and relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for victims of all ages to lay rescuers, particularly those who are expected to respond to emergencies in the workplace because of job responsibilities or regulatory requirements. Course is ideal for any person interested in being trained for response to a sudden cardiac emergency in the home, school, or community.
Knowledge and skills for the use of an Automated External Defibrillator will also be included. Two year AHA Heart saver Certification awarded upon course completion.
Materials: $5 per student to be paid to instructor first night of class. A minimum of 5 students for class to run with a maximum of 8 students.
with Vic MacCallum
Participation in an ATV education course will teach how to properly operate and maintain an ATV. Laws, responsibilities and personal safety will also be covered. Passage of a final exam is required. You must attend every day of the class in order to receive your certificate.STUDENTS UNDER 16 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT OR GUARDIAN (Location: Unity College Center for Performing 24 Depot St., Unity)
with Alverta Dyar
This virtual (online only) basic math class covers operations on natural numbers, integers, rational numbers (fractions), decimals and percents. Multi-step problems using the correct order of arithmetic operations will be stressed. Correct mathematical format and language will be covered as well as the context in which the math can be used. Calculators will be used after the student is well versed in the process of solving the equations.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. Add, subtract, multiply, divide integers and rational numbers written as decimals or fractions, and will use exponents.
2. Perform combinations of operations on integers and rational numbers
3. Distinguish equivalent forms of numbers and numerical expressions from different ones.
4. Write integers and rational numbers in canonical forms
5. Solve percent, ratio, and proportional word problems using a contexual approach
The teacher (avatar) will be in the center for students on Wednesday 3:30pm-4:00pm and Thursday 11am-noon. Of course, students will be able to email, phone or google hangout with the instructor as scheduled throughout the year.
with Vic MacCallum
Participation in a boating education course will teach how to properly operate and maintain a boat. Laws, responsibilities and personal safety will also be covered. Passage of a final exam is required. You must attend every day of the class in order to receive your certificate. Note: Persons under 16 years of age and under 18 years of age MAY NOT operate a personal watercraft unless they possess on their person, identification showing proof of successful completion of a boating safety course unless they are accompanied by a person 18 years of age or older who physically occupies the personal watercraft.
This class will be held on April 5 and April 27th
Boston Flower and Garden Show
with Tammie Leach
The Boston Flower & Garden Show will return to the Seaport World Trade with the theme “Superheroes of the Garden”. You’ve probably heard of Comic-Con, the huge celebration of comic books, video games and popular culture. This year’s Flower Show will be a veritable Horti-Con, honoring the crusaders, innovative tools and legendary plants helping to make us all champions in the battle for garden supremacy! A tradition loved by New Englanders for more than 100 years is also the region’s top shopping opportunity for garden-related products and services. You’ll find everything you’ll need to stock up for the coming season: plants, garden tools and furnishings, landscape services, botanical décor, clothing, and floral-themed gifts. It’s all in the Garden Marketplace! Don’t forget to bring your camera to the Show! There are tons of great photo opportunities and the pictures will help you plan your new garden long after the Show is over. Share your best footage with your family and friends, and of course with us on our Facebook page! Package and coat check is available. There are a limited number of wheelchairs available on a first come first serve basis. Wear your walking shoes! After flower show, we will board the bus to head back to Maine. We will stop for dinner (price not included in your purchased ticket) to a location TBD at a later date.
Pick up location: Mount View High School Parking lot-Thorndike: 7:00 a.m.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE FEB 21, 2017
with Vic MacCallum