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Phlebotomy Review for RNs
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Phlebotomy Review for RNs

$95

with Tabitha Lindsey Jessica Tunks

Calendar Jan 27, 2021 at 5:30 pm, runs for 1 week

In the current healthcare environment, registered nurses may have to perform blood draws for their patients. The purpose of this review class is to give a basic overview of the phlebotomy process with regards to patient safety, proper procedures, and general information regarding the various blood specimen tubes. Under the supervision of the UTC Health Occupations instructors, RNs will be able to execute live draws.

1.5 hour class/lab session 

Contact adulted@utc4me.org or 207.947.6474 to register. 

Introduction to Welding
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Introduction to Welding

$595

with Mark Richards

Calendar Feb 23, 2021 at 5 pm, runs for 8 weeks

Are you interested in Welding as a career? Students with little or no welding experience will learn welding basics, which includes general shop safety practices. Various types of wedling equipment is introduced such as cutting equipment, power tools, and welding equipment operated in shielded metal arc welding, commonly known as stick welding. Students will learn how to create various joint types with emphasis on creating quality welds. Instructor will provide individualized instruction when possible. 

Cost includes all welding materials.

Welding Certification Testing not offered at UTC.

WELDING SAFETY APPAREL

All welding students are required to have their own safety glasses, welding cap, welding gloves, welding jacket, welding mask/helmet, and safety boots.

Contact UTC Adult Education adulted@utc4me.org to register or call 207.947.6474 Extension 1127. 

Welding 2
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Welding 2

$595

with Mark Richards

Calendar Feb 23, 2021 at 5 pm, runs for 12 weeks

Welding 2 builds upon the Introduction to Welding. The course offers further instruction in multiple areas including MIG, TIG, and brazing. Additional time dedicated to allow students to practice their skills in the booths on the various processes.

All welding students are required to have their own safety glasses, welding cap, welding gloves, welding jacket, welding mask, and safety boots.

February 23, 2021 – May 18, 2021 

No Class Tuesday – April 20, 2021

Tuesday

5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. 

Contact UTC Adult Education adulted@utc4me.org to register or call 207.947.6474 Extension 1127. 

Phlebotomy Review for RNs
Online Registration Unavailable

Phlebotomy Review for RNs

$95

with Tabitha Lindsey Jessica Tunks

Calendar Feb 24, 2021 at 5:30 pm, runs for 1 week

In the current healthcare environment, registered nurses may have to perform blood draws for their patients. The purpose of this review class is to give a basic overview of the phlebotomy process with regards to patient safety, proper procedures, and general information regarding the various blood specimen tubes. Under the supervision of the UTC Health Occupations instructors, RNs will be able to execute live draws.

1.5 hour class/lab session 

Contact adulted@utc4me.org or 207.947.6474 to register. 

Phlebotomy Review for RNs
Online Registration Unavailable

Phlebotomy Review for RNs

$95

with Tabitha Lindsey Jessica Tunks

Calendar Mar 31, 2021 at 5:30 pm, runs for 1 week

In the current healthcare environment, registered nurses may have to perform blood draws for their patients. The purpose of this review class is to give a basic overview of the phlebotomy process with regards to patient safety, proper procedures, and general information regarding the various blood specimen tubes. Under the supervision of the UTC Health Occupations instructors, RNs will be able to execute live draws.

1.5 hour class/lab session 

Contact adulted@utc4me.org or 207.947.6474 to register. 

Phlebotomy Review for RNs
Online Registration Unavailable

Phlebotomy Review for RNs

$95

with Tabitha Lindsey Jessica Tunks

Calendar Apr 28, 2021 at 5:30 pm, runs for 1 week

In the current healthcare environment, registered nurses may have to perform blood draws for their patients. The purpose of this review class is to give a basic overview of the phlebotomy process with regards to patient safety, proper procedures, and general information regarding the various blood specimen tubes. Under the supervision of the UTC Health Occupations instructors, RNs will be able to execute live draws.

1.5 hour class/lab session 

Contact adulted@utc4me.org or 207.947.6474 to register. 

Phlebotomy Review for RNs
Online Registration Unavailable

Phlebotomy Review for RNs

$95

with Tabitha Lindsey Jessica Tunks

Calendar May 26, 2021 at 5:30 pm, runs for 1 week

In the current healthcare environment, registered nurses may have to perform blood draws for their patients. The purpose of this review class is to give a basic overview of the phlebotomy process with regards to patient safety, proper procedures, and general information regarding the various blood specimen tubes. Under the supervision of the UTC Health Occupations instructors, RNs will be able to execute live draws.

1.5 hour class/lab session 

Contact adulted@utc4me.org or 207.947.6474 to register. 

CNA-M / Certified Nursing Assistant - Medications
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CNA-M / Certified Nursing Assistant - Medications

$1,500

with Grace Davis

Calendar Jul 12, 2021 at 3 pm

The CNA-M course affords the basis of understanding needed for experienced certified nursing assistants to administer non-injectable medications accurately and safely to patients 4 years of age or older. The CNA-M performs this complex nursing task, under the direct on-site supervision of licensed registered nurse(s), in long-term care nursing facilities, state mental health institutions, county jails, state correctional facilities, and assistive living settings only.

The State of Maine Board of Nursing approved standardized CNA-M course requires 60 hours classroom instruction/theory, 20 hours skills lab, and 40 hours clinical experience.

Course date & time:

July 12, 2021 – January 3, 2022

Monday & Wednesday

3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. 

Class location – UTC Health Occupations classroom & lab

Application and all support documentation must be received by April 2, 2021. There will be no exceptions as specific documentation is required to be submitted to the Board of Nursing prior to course start date. 

 





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