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Digital Literacy Certification IC3
with Marci Dionne
York County Adult Education is offering an online, face to face, integrated educational training program where participants earn the IC3 Digital Literacy Credential. The program uses a comprehensive curriculum and experienced instructors to develop:
- Occupational skills (computer literacy)
- Adult Education skills for the workplace (vocabulary, writing, communication, and speaking and listening)
Once students pass all three IC3 computer exams; Computing Fundamentals, Key Applications and Living Online, they will be better prepared to work in an environment using technology, be ready for company specific technical training, and have a desirable credential to add to your resume.
For more information regarding the IC3 certification click here.
This is a free program for eligible students.
Tech Hire- CompTIA A+ Academy
with Jim Grant
Already Tech savvy? Ready for a challenge? Do you want to start a career in the IT field?
This course builds knowledge and skill development in digital literacy and IT support: including hardware and software troubleshooting, operating systems, and communication and procedure. Participants earn two industry certifications: IC3® & CompTIA® A+. You will be prepared for employment as a computer user support specialist/help desk technician.
To qualify for the FREE program, you must be:
A resident of Maine
Not enrolled in High School
Unemployed or underemployed
Authorized to work in the U.S.
Class schedule March 2, 2021- June 3, 2021, Tuesday and Thursday 5:00pm-8:00pm and Wednesday 5:00pm-6:00pm. Contact us to complete the required orientation and assessments before the class.
What To Do With Milk
with Shana Therrien & Marcia Lundy
Now that you’re considering raising goats and interested in their milk, learn the incredible variety of things you can do with that milk! We will talk about drinking the milk raw and when heat treating (also known as pasteurizing) can be beneficial. We also make different cheeses, yogurt, soaps and lotions. We will share some of the basic recipes for all of these items and go over what you would need for supplies/ equipment from start to finish.
The location is in-person at the Anderson Learning Center in Springvale, unless school is closed, then it will be a remote class.