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ABE MATH
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ABE MATH

Free

with Wynne Winchell

Calendar Sep 4, 2018 at 8:30 am, runs for 15 weeks
Many adults have not developed their basic math skills. This class offers the opportunity to learn in a small, comfortable, and encouraging classroom setting.
ABE READING
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ABE READING

Free

with Wynne Winchell

Calendar Sep 4, 2018 at 10 am, runs for 15 weeks

Many adults have not developed their basic reading skills. This class offers the opportunity to learn in a small, comfortable, and encouraging classroom setting.

ACADEMIC AND CAREER ADVISING
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ACADEMIC AND CAREER ADVISING

Free

with Rebecca Corcoran

Calendar Sep 10, 2018 at 2:30 pm, runs for 8 weeks
This course will prepare students for post secondary education and the workplace. It covers interest inventories, learning styles, and personality preferences, self-evaluations of work abilities and skill toward career pathways. Recognizing and overcoming barriers to college and the workplace will be discussed as well as development of appropriate attitudes, time management, organizational skills, conflict resolution, and work ethics. College placement testing, college tours, navigating a college campus or career site, interviewing skills and applications for college and work will be covered, along with resumes, and doing on-line applications. We will address the soft skills one needs to get and keep a job or stay in school.
ACADEMIC AND CAREER ADVISING
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ACADEMIC AND CAREER ADVISING

Free

with Rebecca Corcoran

Calendar Oct 17, 2018 at 2:30 pm, runs for 8 weeks
This course will prepare students for post secondary education and the workplace. It covers interest inventories, learning styles, and personality preferences, self-evaluations of work abilities and skill toward career pathways. Recognizing and overcoming barriers to college and the workplace will be discussed as well as development of appropriate attitudes, time management, organizational skills, conflict resolution, and work ethics. College placement testing, college tours, navigating a college campus or career site, interviewing skills and applications for college and work will be covered, along with resumes, and doing on-line applications. We will address the soft skills one needs to get and keep a job or stay in school.
ACCOUNTING I - PART I
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ACCOUNTING I - PART I

$35

with Jonathan Doody

Calendar Sep 5, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 15 weeks
This course is a general introduction to accounting principles that covers the first 12 chapters in the accounting text and workbooks. Topics covered will include accounting terminology and methodology for double entry accounting; journalizing, posting, and closing entries; generation of income statements and balance sheets; and an introduction to payroll processing. This course may be used toward the Office Skills Certificate Program.
APPLICATIONS OF ALGEBRA
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APPLICATIONS OF ALGEBRA

Free

with Andre Cormier

Calendar Sep 4, 2018 at 8:30 am, runs for 15 weeks

This is an advanced course that investigates real-world applications of concepts from algebra and other branches of mathematics. Learners may focus on a subject such as Algebra II, Probability & Statistics, Geometry, or Precalculus. Topics may include functions; sets; polynomials and factoring; properties of real numbers; rational expressions; systems of equations; logarithms; advanced geometric concepts; trigonometry; descriptive and inferential statistics; tools for statistical analysis; and more. DIPLOMA STUDENTS ONLY. Lab Fee of $15 due at registration.

APPLICATIONS OF ALGEBRA
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APPLICATIONS OF ALGEBRA

Free

with Andre Cormier

Calendar Sep 10, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 15 weeks

This is an advanced course that investigates real-world applications of concepts from algebra and other branches of mathematics. Learners may focus on a subject such as Algebra II, Probability & Statistics, Geometry, or Precalculus. Topics may include functions; sets; polynomials and factoring; properties of real numbers; rational expressions; systems of equations; logarithms; advanced geometric concepts; trigonometry; descriptive and inferential statistics; tools for statistical analysis; and more. DIPLOMA STUDENTS ONLY. Lab Fee of $15 due at registration.

BEACON HOSPICE VOLUNTEER TRAINING

Free

with Kelly Herlihy

Calendar Sep 13, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 7 weeks

Did you know over 50% of nursing home residents do not receive visitors? Be the person who makes a difference to a neighbor and their family as they face end of life issues: become a Beacon Hospice Volunteer. This training will prepare you to support patients and their families. Led by the volunteer coordinator, our team of registered nurse case managers, licensed clinical social workers, clergy, and bereavement specialists will provide the informational tools you will need to provide compassionate support for our patients and their families. You will learn the history and philosophy of hospice, medical issues at the end of life including pain and symptom management, communication, family dynamics, grief, loss and spiritual care. Once you complete the course, you decide how best to serve the hospice community. Hospice volunteer work is not about a patient's demise, it is about their LIVING!





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