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with Terry Adkins
This is the 6 hour recertification exam for the CRMA whose certificate is still current. It no longer includes review time; students should study on their own to ensure successful licensing. This is a daytime Friday class.
Current CRMA holders must provide copy of valid certificate. Call 596-7752 opt 3 to register.
CRMA Certified Residential Medication Assistant - Jan.
with Terry Adkins
This 40 hour CRMA course includes classroom, with clinical available after successful completion of classroom. All students must complete clinical, either with our instructor or arranged through your facility. Successful students will be certified to administer oral medications to residents in state-licensed assisted living facilities. Certification is valid for two years. Clinical component is an additional $125 cost if done with the MCST instructor. Please call 596-7752 option 3 for an application. This is a daytime Friday course.
Experimental Drawing - Observation & Imagination
with Barbra Bragg
Drawing is about the power of the human mark. It is these marks that are the foundation of drawing. During this course we will focus on the creative expression of our individual observations and personal styles. We will work with a variety concepts and interesting subjects that will inspire us to experiment with new materials and give each of us an opportunity to explore unique techniques. Everyone can draw - open to all! Materials fee of $18 is payable the first night.
PSS - Personal Support Specialist - Jan.
with Vicki Harriman
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. This is a daytime Monday class.
Call 596-7752 option 3 for an application.
Machining Basics - Jan.
with Ben Scott
This course is for beginner students. Included is basic machine shop safety, determining speeds and feeds, proper use of dial calipers and micrometers, theory, and basic set up and operations of a milling machine and lathe; math tutorial available. Bring safety glasses and wear reinforced-toe shoes to class.
Welding - MIG I
with Alex Fowles
This 36-hour course is for students with no prior or little experience in MIG welding. This course will cover shop safety, trouble-shooting problems, machine settings, basic metal joints and how to weld them. Safety is covered in the first two sessions and students will be given access to an online industry recognized training course in Welding Safety through S/P2®.
with Scott Lord
Get to know how your outboard motor works. Classroom time will include an overview of 2 & 4 stroke gas powered motors; the engine and its components, and the electronic fuel injection system. Shop skills will include changing oil, draining the carburetor, and the basic maintenance schedule. Our workshop will provide the motors for instruction. If time allows, individual projects may be introduced with permission from the instructor.
Cyber Safety - Security for All Internet Users
with Chris Nolan
Scammers and schemers are organized, and they are actively targeting you. Learn about the tricks and tactics they use to gain your personal information and access to your finances. You will see they are VERY organized and VERY good at what they do. How do you or your elderly parent avoid becoming victims of their schemes? It all starts with gaining the knowledge and awareness of the practices to stay safe. What do you do if you have been breached by their schemes? In this information session, you will learn about common scenarios that are used to “get” your precious information, and, most importantly, you’ll learn how to spot them immediately, avoid falling into their traps, and take action if you realize you have been a victim.