CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT COURSE
The CNA course is a 200 hour course consisting of classroom, lab and clinical instruction in an area health care facility. This course meets the Maine State Board of Nursing requirements. Successful completion of this course and passing the State of Maine CNA competency exam will qualify an assistant to work in a hospital, rehabilitation facility, clinic, or home health care. A reading assessment is required to show English reading proficiency at the time of the admission interview. An applicant should bring an application, resume, proof of high school completion, and two references to the interview. Upon acceptance to the CNA program, an applicant must have a background check. Classes will be held Thursday and Friday during the day. Candidates for the CNA program need to call us at (207) 626-2470 to set up an appointment for the CASAS Reading Assessment. Candidates will be given an application packet to complete when they complete the assessment, along with a list of items they will need for the interview.
THU/FRI, March 1, 2018, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., 12 weeks, Technical Center, Self-supporting fee: $1,000
This course is designed for those who have had no previous welding experience. Each class will include approximately 45 minutes of theory and safety training and 2 hours of hands-on experience. The principles of arc and oxy-fuel welding will be discussed.
WED/March 21, 2018, 5:00-8:00, 8 weeks, Technical Center, Cost: $30 (Residents); $35 (non-residents) + $120 Lab and Supply Fee