Are you interested in sharing what you are passionate about with other adults?
Are you a current or retired academic teacher looking for part time work to share your experience helping others learn?
Consider teaching a personal enrichment or academic class with MSAD 61 & 72 Adult Education. The Winter/Spring session will run from January through the end of May. An enrichment class can be a one-time event, or it can meet regularly over several weeks. Academic instruction occurs in a variety of formats, locations, and times. Classes are held at your local school or another location such as your library or community center.
Email your class proposals or questions about any of our programming to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us for more information at 207-627-4291.
Posted by AE Admin on November 2, 2015
A CPR class is being offered on Monday, Nov. 30, 5-8 p.m. at Molly Ockett Middle School. Students will learn skills to assist adults, children and infants in emergency situations. Students will receive an American Heart Association Adult CPR card in the mail upon completion.
A First Aid class will be offered on Monday, Dec. 7, 5-7 p.m. at Molly Okett Middle School. Basic first aid skills will be taught, including controlling bleeding, treating injuries to muscles, bones and joints, heat and cold-related illness and sudden illness. Students will receive an American Heart Association first aid card in the mail upon completion. Class size is limited.
Register online or call 207-627-4291 Ext. 21 for more information.
Posted by AE Admin on November 1, 2015
Did you know???
There is high demand for qualified Mental Health Professionals in the state of Maine. Kennebec Valley Community College offers an online course that can prepare you to work in this field. Wendy St. Pierre, instructor and program coordinator from KVCC will be presenting at Crooked River Learning Center on Thursday, December 3rd, at 6:00 pm. Come find out more about this convenient opportunity to work on your Mental Health Rehabilitation Technician/Community Certification (MHRT/C) as well as continued degree programs available. KVCC has been given a grant through the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration to prepare people for careers in the mental health field and connect them with community employers who are in need of MHRT/C certified professionals. You can also find out more about our College Transitions programming, academic services, and career advising offered though our adult education program.
For more information on any of our programs, please call MSAD 61 and 72 Adult Education at 207-627-4291 or email email@example.com located at the Crooked River Learning Center, 1437 Poland Spring Road in Casco.
Don’t wait any longer to take that next step to continue your education leading to a well-compensated job in demand by Maine’s employers.
Posted by AE Admin on October 31, 2015
Posted by AE Admin on May 17, 2015