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Page 36 THE QUODDY TIDES 13 January, Adult and Continuing Education Division Washington County V. T. I. River Road Calais, Maine 04631 Telephone 454-2144, Ext. 36 SPRING 1984 SEMESTER ENROLLMENT Adult Education courses at." des,gned pr,marll/ for ,ndlv,duas n a tra.  sh,ng to upgrade themselves and those on need of tram,rig for new employ ment Howeer COu,ses are aso approp,,ate fo, those who an to pursue a hobby or othe" area of, nte,est fo" pe-sonal enrqchmen/ AGE REGULATIONS Persons must be 17 years of age or oPder IO be 3ccepted at WCVTF REGISTRATION PROCEDURES AND TUITION FEES AU students must pro -eglster, e,ther ,n person on no-real workdays from B 00 a m 4 00 p m or by telephone NO REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED BY MAIL Class sizes are hmte therefore .e are obp,ged to accept apphcazions on a f,rst-come bas,s AI ,el$'raT,orl fees must be pa,d at he hrs class meehnq NO EXCEPTIONS Cheeks and money o, der should be made oul to WCVTI Adult Education The adverhsed course cost inCLudes tab f?es but not buoks Or other Supphes REGFSTRATIONSWILL BE ACCEPTED BEGINNING DECEMBER SUPPLIES Books and supphes are purchased through Mamehne Graphics, Mare SreeL CaPa,s Maine, a orwate concern ACCEPTANCE No acceptance not,ce will be sent tt S the student's responslb,hty ro attend the clas as scheuted COURSE CATAGORIES Both credit and non-credbt courses are otfered Those pe,sons ho successfully comprele a course wlH be awarded a cernbcate transcr,pl nf successful complet,on REFUND POLICY No refunds wd) be given aQer the hrs c!ass meetlrlq CLASSES COMMENCE See ,nd,wdual class cJescrtpttons Generally, classes start (1urine the .-,ek of January 16 CLASS LPMITS Class s,zes are I,m,[ed, WCVTI reserves the rght to cancel classes due to msutf,cent enrollment TIME OF CLASSES All classes wdl [)eqn at 600 p m and end at 900 p,m. unless otherwise announced or pubhshed See course descPptons for exceptions. VACATION & HOLIDAY SCHEDULE Ail Adult Education classes are cancelled durbnq reqular schoo vacations and hoidays as fo;tows Washington s Birthday Feb*uary 20 (Monday} Patriot's Day April 16 IMonday) Mere(it,el Oav May 28 (Mondayl CANCELLATIONS Classes may be cancelled when weather conditions make drlwn# hazardous CaceHation wdl be announced on WODY radpo station, or you may call WCVTI Adul[ Education OrwSon (454-2145, EI 33 or 36) h us the student's res- ponsDlhty (o check for canceUatlons if ealher conditions are questionable, PARKING A large, hhted parkm 9 Io s prowded at the rear of [he bulldinfl and is" the ONLY approved parking area Vehicles parked in unapproved ocations will be towed at the ownPr's expense SENIOR CITIZEN TOITIOJ WAIVER POLICY Tuition s waived lDi persons over the age of 65 Eligible students should provide proof of age- to the Adult Education office al the time of registration The student must pay for books and supnhes. WCVTI reserves the rlqht to change tuition fees and/or laboratory/shop fees without prior notice WCVTI insures equal employmert/educatlonal opportunities/ affirmative action, regardle% ot race, sex, color national or@n, rellgion, marital status, age or handicap. ** The following University of Maine, Machias classes will be offered: ART X04 BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY BUS 201 (B) ACCOUNTING I BUS 211 (C) MARKETING EDU 111 (B) DEVELOPMENTAL PHYCHOLOGY ENG 100 FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGLISH ENG 101 (C) ENGLISH I HS 230 (A) FOUNDATIONS OF HEALTH EDUCATION COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ADVANCEDRESIDENTIAL ELECTRICAL WIRING 1/16 (Man. & Wed.) 36 Hrs. Fee: $45.00 Room 11A Inst: C.E.Smith This course will cover the calculations & installation procedures for water pumps, water heaters, dryers, cooking units as well as basic motor protection and service entrance equip- ment and calculations, both three phase and single phase. The student must furnish small hand tools. CABINETMAKING 1/19 (Thurs.) 40 Hrs. Fee: $70.00 Room 4 Inst: V. Cassidy Student must have a knowledge of the use of power tools and some basic woodworking techhiques. Each student will manufacture a type of cabinet chosen from several basic designs. Materials such as hardwood plywood are included. Student must furnish small hand tools. CAKE DECORATING 1/16 (Man. & Thurs.) 30 Hrs. Fee: $30.00 Room 7 Inst: N. Hood This course covers the basic techniques of cake decorating, including borders, flowers, some figure piping, etc. Fee does not include decorating kit which is approximately $25. CERTIFIED FIRE FIGHTER I ACADEMY 4/16 (Mon,. Wed. & Weekends) 60 Hrs. Fee: $60.00 Calais and E. Machias. Various Firefighter instructors. A hands-on and classroom training academy covering all NFPA 1001 objectives, Firefighters will be instructed in proper methods, allowed practice and their abilities evaluated by skill and knowledge exams. State certification as Firefighter I wilt be awarded to those fire- fighters who successfully complete the academy and possess EM$ prerequisites. EMT R ECERTIFICATION 2/27 (Mon.) 21 Hrs, Fee: $21.00 Wood Harvesting Classroom Inst: R. Parker A refresher course for registered EMT's for recertification by the National Highway Trans- portation Safety Administration. FUNDAMENTALS OF BRICK & BLOCK LAYING 1/17 ('rues.) 30 Hrs. Fee: $40.00 Room 4 Inst: V. Cassidy Includes single and double flue chimneys, block chimneys, half and full block; wood stove brick hearths; and installations of thimble and clean outs. FURNITURE REFINISHING 1/18 (Wed.) 30 Hrs, Fee: $35.00 Room 4 Inst: D. Libby Students will be instructed in proper stripping and refinishing techniques. Students will be expected to furnish an item to be stripped and refinished. GED TEST 1/17 (Tues.) *Fee $20.00 WCVTI Business Office Test Administrator: R. Hazelwood *Payment must be by check or money order, made payable to State of Maine. INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLS Start date to be announced This course will utilize an AutoMate 15 Programmable Controller 45C15. Covered will be the use and programming of this solid state device. INTRODUCTION TO WOODWORKING 1/16 (Mon.) 40 Hrs. Fee: $70.00 Room 4 Inst: E. Libby A prelifninary to Cabinetmaking; Students will learn the use of hand tools and power machinery, basic woodworking techniques, including types of wood cuts and joints, and drawing plans. A small project will be completed by each student. The student must furnish small hand tools. RESIDENTIAL PLUMBING 1/18 (Wed.) 40 Hrs. Fee: $40.00 Room 12 Inst: A. Sutherland Basic trouble shooting and repair of residential plumbing systems: fixtures, pumps, water heaters, etc. SCUBA DIVING 1/16 (Mon.) 30 Hrs. Fee: $100.00" Room 5 Inst: R. Hogan An introduction to scuba diving including diving equipment, accessory equipment, oven v. closed circuit scuba, underwater physics, air, medical aspects of diving, diving hazards caused by ascent and descent, diver safety, decompression and repetitive diving, physical and biological oceanography, and biological marine life. Open water dives will be scheduled. *$30.00 payable to WCVTI and $70.00 payable to Robert Hogan. WELDING 1/16 (Man.) 30 Hrs. F#e: $70,00 Room 13 Ins{: tV. Dupui, s An introduction to gas and arc welding practices, AC and DC welding, cutting, burning and brazing, The following apprentice classes will be held at WCVTh ELECTRICAL II APPRENTICE 1/16 (Mon. & Thurs.) 60 Hrs. Fee: $30.00 Room 2 ELECTRICAL IV APPRENTICE 1/16 (Mon. & Wed.) 60 Hrs. Fee: $30.00 Room 7 The following apprentice classes will be held at Georgia-Pacific Corp., Woodland: INSTRUMENT I TECHNICIAN 1/16 (Mon. & Wed.) 60 Hrs. MACHINIST I APPRENTICE 1/16 (Mon. & Wed.) 60 Hrs. MILLWRIGHT I APPRENTICE 1/16 (Mon.& Wed,) 60 Hrs, MILLWRIGHT IV APPRENTICE 1/16 (Mon. & Wed.) 60 Hrs. PIPEFITTER I APPRENTICE 1/16 (Mon. & Wed.) 60 Hrs. PIPEFITTER IV APPRENTICE 1/16 (Mon. & Wed.) 60 Hrs. Fee: $30.00 Fee:S30.00 Fee: $3.0.00 Fee: $30.00 Fee: $30.00 Fee: $30.00 The following courses will be offered at off-campus locations as indicated. BASIC TWINE MENDING 2/21,22, 23 (Tues., Wed., Thurs.) Fee: $10.00 Co-op II Dock in Stonington lost: T. Duym EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN -- A 3/5 -- 23 (Mon.- Fri.) 120 Hrs. Fee: $160.00" U.S.C.G., Rockland Inst: D. Hampton A certified, nationally recognized EMT-A basic training course. *Fee includes materials and books. EMT R ECERTIFICATION 3/26 - 30 (Mon. -- Fri.) 21 Hrs Fee: $21.00 U.S.C.G., Rockland lost: D. Hampton A refresher course for registered EMT's for recertification by the National Highway Trans- portation Safety Administration. FIRE SCIENCE Credit course to be announced. FIRST RESPONDER - Dennysville 1/11 (Wed.) 40 Hrs. Fee: $40.00 A basic first aid and life support training course designed to compliment the Emergency Medical Services System. Emphasis will be placed on primary responders: Fire and Police. 1/18 (Wed.) 40 Hrs. Fee: $40.00 Perry Municipal Building Inst: C. Coon (see above description) FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 1/17 (Tues.) 45 Hrs. Fee: $100.00 UMM Room 207 Inst: E. Libby Introduction to digital electronics including number systems, binary logic gates, codes, counters and registers. Digital systems and digital analog will be introduced. Students will construct and test various digital circuits. Each student shall have a 25 watt soldering pencil, long nose pliers, diagonal cutters, " straight slot and No. 1 Phillips screwdrivers. Other materials will be provided. HYDRAULICS FOR THE FISHERMAN* Narraguagus High School Harrington 3 Hrs. Inst." Jr. Miller TRAWL DOOR SEMINAR* -- EIIsworth 6 Hrs. Inst: T. Duym WOO DWOR K I N G * Jonespor t Beals High School 1/23 30 Hrs. Fee: $30.00 Please contact WCVTI for course information on the above courses. The following courses will be offered in the Top=field area. Contact WCVTI Adult Education for further information. SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT CHAIN SAW MAINTENANCE INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER USE The following courses will be offered in Machia$. Please call Machias High School for further details 255-3812. EMT RECERTIFICATION FIRST RESPONDER FURNITURE REFINISHING