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with Ken Westin
DATE IS TBA
Participants will learn the basic techniques of auto body repair in a hands-on setting. Student vehicles are used as class and individual projects.
(Students must purchase own supplies/materials.)
**Customized training for business/groups available
with ed2go RSU 39
You can choose to study at home or come to the learning center and use our up-to-date computer labs.
We offer 360+ instructor-led online courses, from professional technical development to personal interest, through a partnership with Ed2Go. Classes are convenient and affordable. You will spend two to four hours each week completing two lessons in an interactive learning environment in which you will be able to interact with instructors and fellow students in online discussion areas. Most courses begin near the middle of each month and last six weeks. Upon completion of a course with a passing score, you will get confirmation of completion from your learning institution. Most of these courses are 24 hours and may be used for professional CEUs or in addition to campus courses for high school completions.
with Bill Schofield
Eastern Aroostook Adult & Community Education will be hosting
Spring classes, watch our "NEWS" postings for dates and
visit Maine Inland Fisheries and Wildlife for other available dates and courses at:
Students must complete all 12 Hours to receive certificate.
Minimum Age: 10 years Old
(14 years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult)
If you have completed the online course,
you may register for Feb. to complete the hands on portion.
You must bring your online certificate.
$5.00 Registration Fee
Pre-Registration is required, call (207) 493-4272
with Judy Babbige
Come and join in the qulting fun! Learn how to quilt and continue your skills along with laughter, and new friends! Four classes will run this semester. Thursday Evening (This specific course) is the only class with slots at this time.
The first class will consist of hands on safety instruction.
Beginners will be given a choice of three small instructional projects.
Students with prior instruction will begin working on the project of their choice
Instruction will be offered on hand tools, table saw, dado saw, miter saw, drill press, band saw,
biscuit, gluing, clamping, sand papers, sanders, types of nails, types of screws, stains, finishes, and routing.