Licensed Nurse Assistant Program (LNA)
Oct 5 - Dec 16; Tue & Thu; 4:30P - 8:00P.
Mar 1 - May 5; Tue & Thu; 4:30P - 8:00P.
$1920, Additional $150 needed for LNA License application and testing fees. A non-refundable $50 deposit is required to enroll in this class. Clinical dates are to be determined.
This course will prepare the student to apply for Licensed Nurse Assistant (LNA) licensure with the State Board of Nursing. The program is targeted to individuals who are interested in beginning level skilled positions in healthcare and immediate employment. Includes classroom instruction, skills lab practice, and clinical practice at Helen Porter Health and Rehabilitation. Official signed verification of immunizations/titers is mandatory and must be submitted.
Phlebotomy Technician Training
Oct 4 - Jan 5; Mon & Wed; 4:30P - 8:30P.
Feb 28 - May 25; Mon & Wed; 4:30P - 8:30P.
$1,700; includes textbooks. PTC exam $115 payable on-line two weeks prior to testing. A non-refundable $50 deposit is required to enroll in this class. Upon successfully completing this course, you will be eligible to sit for the national exam to become a
Phlebotomy Technician (PTC) through the American Medical Certification Association.
Phlebotomists perform blood collection procedures and transport and process blood samples. Course content includes anatomy and physiology of the circulatory system, lab procedures, safety, collection techniques, legal issues, and 10 hours of clinical observations. Attendance is critical and any absences resulting in missing critical class content may result in ineligibility to participate in live practice or to sit for the certification exam. Participants are expected to provide their own volunteers willing to sign liability waivers to participate in supervised practice of phlebotomy procedures. Vermont anticipates 30 job openings per year for phlebotomists for the next 10 years with a median wage of over $16/hour.
Intro to Welding
Sep 21 - 30; Tue & Thu; 5:30-8:00P; 10 Hrs;
$200 includes materials and safety protection; six student limit.
A beginner course to introduce students to the art and science of welding. In this class you will learn the basics of Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) or stick welding. The class will primarily focus on the 7018 welding electrode but will explore other electrodes as time permits. We will be working mostly in the flat, horizontal positions with some introduction to the vertical position. This introduction to arc welding will give you a taste of this exciting and versatile skill in a safe, supportive setting.
Oct 12 - Nov 18; Tue & Thu; 5:30-8:00P; 30 Hrs;
$600 includes materials and safety protection; six student limit. Prerequisite: Intro to Welding or instruction pre-approval.
Designed to enhance SMAW welding skills for those who have completed Intro to Welding or have equivalent experience. This course extends to out-of-position practice in horizontal and vertical welding, welding pipe, and/or practice with MIG or TIG applications, with considerable opportunity to pursue individual learning objectives.
Intro to CNC Wood Router
Sep 28 - Oct 14; Tue & Thu, 5:00P - 8:00P; 18 Hrs;
Oct 26 - Nov 11; Tue & Thu, 5:00P - 8:00P, 18 Hrs;
$360 includes materials. Limit of 4 students per class. Each student receives 2 free passes to our Thursday night Makery space for additional use of the CNC Router.
This class provides detailed safety and operations training on our CNC Wood Router. Students will learn how to operate the router and CAM software using VCarve Pro. This design and toolpath program provides new users with the basic knowledge they need to get started with more advanced features for experienced users to explore. This class is taught in 2 sessions. The first session covers machine basics; the second session focuses on the software, followed by more hands-on operation. This tool training is required before makery members can use the CNC Wood Router. Equipment: KL-1212v CNC Router | 48” x 48” x 6” bed, 3HP spindle, vacuum table.
Intro Basic Woodworking
Sep 21 - Oct 19; Tue; 5:30P - 8:00P; 12.5 Hrs;
Nov 2 - 30; Tue; 5:30P - 8:00P; 12.5 Hrs;
$250; includes materials; six student limit.
Designed for those interested in learning the basics in woodworking. Learn the basic techniques and tools needed to get started in woodworking. Classes will be held in our woodshop with live demonstrations and hands-on guidance. Each student will complete a simple woodworking project during the class. All materials will be supplied.
Nov 4; 4:00 - 8:00P; Thu; 4 Hrs; $45.
Description: American Red Cross CPR training gives you the information and the skills that you need to help adults, children and infants during breathing and cardiac emergencies.
Forklift Operator Safety Training
Nov 5; Fri; 9:00A - 1:00P; 4 Hrs; $100.
Designed for all powered “lift truck” operators in manufacturing, construction and retail. The course will cover an overview of the regulations (29 CFR 1910.178), training requirements, forklift basics and characteristics, operating rules of the road, truck inspection (hands-on), dock safety, parking, and the stability triangle.