Elise Wiley, healthcare coordinator for Lewiston Adult Education, instructor for the Health Care Pathways class for the Winter-Spring 2023 semester.
Job skills top the list of classes Lewiston Adult Education for the Winter-Spring 2023 semester.
Workforce training includes Health Care Pathways, Construction and Applied Technology in the Workplace. Information regarding class schedules and requirements can be found in the combined Lewiston Adult Education and Auburn Adult & Community Education brochure. Classes are also listed on the Lewiston Adult Education website, www.lewiston.maineadulted.org.
The Health Care Pathway class will give students certification as a Personal Support Specialist and, later on in the semester, as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Local health care providers will be partners in the training.
“This is a great opportunity for people looking for an entry-level health care career,” said Elise Wiley, health care coordinator for Lewiston Adult Education.
The tentative start date for the workforce classes is Jan. 23. Students must be 18 years old, take the CASAS exam, have a Social Security number and be able to work in the United States.
Construction and technology are two additional workforce classes offered by Lewiston Adult Education in 2023. Dawn Bach, veteran comic, will return to teach her improvisational comedy class. Students should anticipate a live performance at the end of the semester.
Becki Leighton wil also return for Power Stretch and Chair Zumba. Rosa Storer will teach Livin’ It Up Line Dancing. New classes include Marisa Deku’s Swedish Weaving Foundations, Edgardo Schwiderke’s Yerba Mate Tea and Erin Towns’ Travel Photography: Gathering Perspectives.
For more information about the Winter-Spring 2023 brochure, contact Lewiston Adult Education at 207-795-4141 or go online at www.lewiston.maineadulted.org.