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Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)
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Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)

$125

with Chris Michaud

Learn the fundamentals of computer-aided drafting using AutoCAD. Learn how to draft at an entry level using the AutoCAD program to draw technical drawings in the architectural, mechanical, land development, or engineering field. The course material will be presented in a series of brief hands-on demonstrations which will teach you the basics of AutoCAD and will be tailored to each student depending on individual interests. The student will be provided weekly exercises in class and work individually or in groups on a final drawing assignment at the end of the course. A working knowledge of personal computers is mandatory in order to take this class.
Welding, Basic (Tues)
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Welding, Basic (Tues)

$125

with Mike Lambert

Calendar Next session starts Jan 21, 2020 at 6 pm, runs for 12 weeks

A skillful welder is an asset to any company! Join the class to learn basics or gain additional skills in the art of welding. Focus on TIG & MIG.

Topics covered:

  • Materials used in welding process
  • How to operate welding equipment
  • Operation of welding equipment in the flat and horizontal positions
  • Safety practices

Students should wear jeans, long sleeve shirts, steel toe boots and bring welding gloves, and safety glasses to class. It is recommended that students bring a welding helmet (auto darkening).

Welding, Basic (Wednesday)
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Welding, Basic (Wednesday)

$125

with Gordon Workman

Calendar Next session starts Jan 22, 2020 at 5:30 pm, runs for 6 weeks

A skillful welder is an asset to any company! Join the class to learn basics or gain additional skills in the art of welding. Focus on stick & MIG.

Topics covered:

  • Materials used in welding process
  • How to operate welding equipment
  • Operation of welding equipment in the flat and horizontal positions
  • Safety practices
  • Intro to TIG welding
Students should wear jeans, long sleeve shirts, steel toe boots and bring welding gloves, and safety glasses to class. It is recommended that students bring a welding helmet (auto darkening).

Substitute Teaching Training

$95

with Paulette Bonneau

Calendar Next available session starts Jan 27, 2020 at 5:30 pm, runs for 3 weeks

Substitute teaching can be a challenging, yet highly rewarding job. Although it takes a lot of enthusiasm and hard work, you can build a set of skills that will help you become an expert substitute teacher. If you’re looking for job flexibility, days full of fun and variety, and enjoy investing in students—then substitute teaching may be for you!

You should plan on investing several hours in preparing to become a substitute teacher. School districts will often require trainings, orientation sessions, and tests to ensure that prospective substitute teachers are ready for the classroom. Although each district may have specific requirements, we will walk you through the most common requirements for substitute teachers.





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