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21st Century Workforce Certificate Class

Free

with Hannah Bard

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
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American Heart Assoc. Heartsaver Infant, Child & Adult CPR/AED

$64

with Casey Holmes, ATC

Calendar at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

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.

Begins: TBA                       

Career Preparation Workshop
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Career Preparation Workshop

Free

with Craig Tozier

Calendar at 3:30 pm

This class helps students learn new skills and knowledge specifically geared toward increasing job potential. Students could build a resume, cover letter, and complete a sample job application. The course will also provide interviewing training. Students could take home a portfolio if they desire. This class will only be offered in the Virtual Learning Center.  Students will have the opportunity to pick and choose any or all of the topics covered. Students can start any time during the semester, and can stop when they have acquired the desired skills.

Commercial Driver License Class A Session II
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Commercial Driver License Class A Session II

$4,395

with Buddy Spaulding

Calendar Dec 4, 2017 at 7:30 am, runs for 5 weeks

80 hours classroom instruction, mostly during the first two weeks. Some lab work and driving during the first two weeks. Beginning the third week, students will be doing nearly all lab work and driving. Students will only need to be on site part time once the 80 hours class time is over (4 hours/day). Students will be scheduled to take the permit test after the class work is completed. Students will receive a minimum of 44 hours behind-the-wheel, consisting of at least 12 hours on the road. The remaining behind-the-wheel time will be spent on the off-road driving range, working on maneuvers needed to pass the license test. Lab time consists of inspecting vehicles, hooking and unhooking trailers, and possibly other hand-on learning activities. Cost per student for materials varies: A DOT physical is needed prior to class ($100). Permit application ($35), and each additional endorsement is $10 (tank, hazmat, double/triple trailer).

Commercial Driver License Class B Session II
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Commercial Driver License Class B Session II

$2,295

with Buddy Spaulding

Calendar Dec 4, 2017 at 5 pm, runs for 5 weeks

42 hours classroom instruction, mostly during the first week. Beginning the second week, students will be doing nearly all driving. Students will only to be on site part time once the 42 hours class time is over (4 hours/day). Students will be scheduled to take the permit test after the class work is completed. Students will receive a minimum of 30 hours behind-the-wheel, consisting of at least 10 hours on the road. The remaining behind-the-wheel time will be spent on the off-road driving range, working on maneuvers needed to pass the license test. Cost per student for materials varies. A DOT physical is needed prior to class ($100). Permit application ($35), and each additional endorsement ($10-tank, hazmat)





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