FALL 2017 COMMUNITY EDUCATION & TRAINING PROGRAMS
American Red Cross Nursing Assistant Training Program
Course starts Monday, October 16th and runs through December 7th, 5pm to 10pm, Monday through Thursday, Pine Heights, Brattleboro, VT. Please call 603-225-6697 x215 for more information.
Tuition : $1,400.
The Licensed Nurse’s Assistant course certifies nursing assistants for work in the healthcare environment. Successful completion of the course enables participants to take the state competency examination for state licensing. This 150 hour program includes classroom, laboratory, and clinical practicum. Certification in adult CPR and AED are included in the LNA Program. Registration is required. Call 603-225-6697 x215 for additional information and registration. A limited amount of scholarship money is available for individuals currently working in the healthcare field through the Next Generation Grant from the Vermont Department of Labor. Call 802-451-3965 for more information.
LNA Information Session – On Thursday, September 21st, the NH/VT Red Cross will be conducting an LNA information session for prospective students. The information session will be held in the Cusick Conference Room on Thursday, September 21st from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm at the Windham Regional Career Center on 80 Atwood Street, Brattleboro, VT.
Digital Photography: Learn How to use Your Mirrorless DSLR Camera and Print Quality Images Tuesdays and Thursdays, October 24th to 26th to November 28th & 30th (no class Halloween or Thanksgiving), 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. 4 hours a week for 5 weeks, 20 hours, $200., Instructor: David Mazor
This course will cover all the basics of using your Mirrorless DSLR camera and digital edits in Photoshop. It will begin with the technical uses of the camera parts and functions, and the understanding of light. The main objective is for students to create strong images of different subject matter under various lighting conditions. Following the camera parts and functions, a range of photographs will be shown and discussed to introduce the types of images students will be concentrating on throughout the course. Students are given various opportunities to explore and learn different camera functions and photographic techniques through on site demonstrations, in class shooting time, and between course meetings. The course will cover; Landscapes and Nature, People, Animals, Action, Abstract, and Night Photography. Various subjects will be covered during demonstrations and free shooting time. Students should have their own Mirrorless DSLR camera equipment. Course limited to 10 students.