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Careers In Allied Health
with Johnny Kosnow M.A.
Careers possible with a competitive salary. The instructor will go over how to start a job in x-ray, respiratory therapy, MRI and other growing careers.
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
with Jennifer McIntire
CLC Adult Education and LincolnHealth co-sponsor a FREE 180-hour minimum Certified Nursing Assistant training course. This CNA program is open to all adults by application only. Successful graduates are eligible to work in many areas of the health care field. The September class is closed but a new class will be starting January, 2020. The course is open to all adults by application and interview process. Applications will be available in November. You may call LincolnHealth Education (563-4540) to have an application packet sent to you. Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED/HiSET in order to be considered for the course.
*** CNA Paid Apprenticeship Program ***
(Subject to availability) “Earn while you Learn”
LincolnHealth/CLC Adult Education and Midcoast School of Technology are offering an “Earn while you Learn” opportunity. Through a paid apprentice program, you can earn money for your CNA training with an expected commitment to work in a Long Term Care setting for 18 months. An application and interview are required to be considered for this program. A limited number of applicants are accepted. To receive an application or more information please call LincolnHealth Education at 563-4540, or Pen Bay Medical Center Education at 921-8440.
Certified Residential Medication Aide (CRMA) Certification Course (Evenings)
with Sally Larson
This is a 40-hour course designed to teach residential care workers to administer selected non-injectable medications in a Licensed Residential Care or Group Home setting. The course provides the basic understanding necessary to administer medications safely and to document accurately. Successful completion of this course satisfies departmental training requirements for workers who wish to pass medications in certain assisted housing programs. There is some homework required with this course and students must attend all 40 hours in order to be certified.
Students are responsible for arranging their own clinical experience necessary for certification. If you are not already affiliated with a licensed facility you will need to discuss arrangements with the Adult Ed director when you apply.
There is a required application process for this course. The application must be completed and approved prior to registration. Payment plans and some fee reductions are available. For more information or to obtain an application for the class, call Central Lincoln County Adult Education at 563-2811, or email email@example.com. Due to the required application process no on-line or phone registrations will be accepted.
Sally Larson is a Clinical Educator at LincolnHealth and has been an RN for 40 years. Sally trained in England and has been practicing in the USA since 1980. She is an instructor in ACLS, PALS, and BLS.
Certified Residential Medication Aide (CRMA) RE-Certification Course 2
with Sally Larson
This is a review and re-testing for people who already hold a CRMA certificate and wish to renew their certification. This recertification course is a one day course, including recertification testing on that day. You must provide a copy of your current certificate along with your registration for this course.
Standard First Aid, CPR, AED
with Andrew Eckman
Note: This is a two-night course. Students must attend both nights for certification. The Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED course incorporates the latest science and teaches participants to recognize and care for a variety of first aid emergencies such as cardiac and respiratory emergencies; head, neck, and back injuries; concussion; shock; choking; stroke; seizures; anaphylactic shock (including use of Epi-Pen); burns, cuts, scrapes, sudden illnesses, diabetic emergencies, and heat and cold emergencies. This program teaches participants the knowledge and skills needed to give immediate care to an injured or ill person and to decide whether advanced medical care is needed.
Andrew Eckman has been involved in Emergency Services since 1975, and has served as a police officer, firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician, emergency manager, and disaster manager. He has been a medical instructor for more than 25 years.