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200-Hour Yoga Teacher Certification Program


with Tracey Noyes

Sep 28, 2016 at 6:30 pm, runs for 43 weeks

An in-depth Coaching Yoga, Coaching Life Certification program for those seeking to teach, or to deepen their journey.  The Coaching Yoga, Coaching Life Certification is built around finding your voice first – as an inspired teacher or as an inspired yogi, encouraging you to step outside of the “box”.

Tuition includes 129 hours of classroom instruction covering these topics: Techniques, training and practice; teaching methodology; anatomy and physiology; yoga philosophy, lifestyle and ethics for yoga teachers; practicum, instructional materials.

A note for students interested in pursuing certification through Yoga Alliance: In order to qualify for certification through Yoga Alliance, students are responsible for completion of additional coursework relevant to the area of interest in these subject areas:  techniques, training and practice, teaching methodologies, yoga self-exploration; Complete Family Crisis Volunteer Program (taught by Family Crisis Services). These components are not covered by tuition charged for this program.

Please note:  the teacher of this program is not affiliated with Yoga Alliance; however the coursework noted in this program and recommended as additional coursework exceeds Yoga Alliance requirements and may be applied as Continuing Education for yoga teachers wishing to register with Yoga Alliance.

Enrollment is on-going. Please contact Tina Christophersen, Career Pathways Coordinator or Tracy Noyes at Redefining Yoga and Pilates (892-0964),, for more information.

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Accounting II


with Shelli Pride

Mar 9, 2017 at 5:30 pm

You will learn the basics of a double entry accounting system: assets, liabilities, owner’s equity, debits and credits, journal entries, ledger accounts, posting, balancing accounts, preparing a trial balance and payroll.  Students in Accounting I do not need to purchase textbook.  Prerequisite:  Accounting I or instructor permission. No Class 4/20.


Cost includes book and lab fee.

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Child Development Associates Credential Training (same program, different location)


with Susan Carroll

at 6 pm

Register Now for CDA Development Center’s Spring Classes!

Not sure if the CDA training program is for you? Try us for four weeks before you make your decision.  Come and see what we are all about and how to earn your CDA Credential!

Applications can be found on our website at

Scholarships may be available through Maine Roads to Quality Scholarship Program


Phone: (207) 210-3536

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General School District Policies and Procedures Training for School Bus Drivers


with David Cole

runs for 1 week

General School District Policies and Procedures Training

The General School District Policies and Procedures Training seminar is a prerequisite for the School Bus Driver Training course.  This seminar focuses on topics such as district policies related to student confidentiality and student privacy. District transportation policies and general expectations related to employment within the district as a bus driver are also addressed. This seminar is scheduled on an as-needed basis.  For more information, contact Tina Christophersen, Career Pathways Coordinator, 207-892-1819,

Tuition:  $25

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Keyboarding and Applications


with Tina Christophersen

Feb 1, 2017 , runs for 11 weeks

Keyboarding and Applications

Keyboarding and Applications is a semester-long elective that teaches students keyboarding skills, technical skills, effective communication skills, and productive work habits. In this course, students will learn about proper keyboarding technique. Once students have been introduced to keyboarding skill, lessons will include daily practice of those skills. Students will gain an understanding of computer hardware, operating systems, file management, and the Internet. In addition, they will apply their keyboarding skills and create a variety of business documents, including word processing documents and electronic presentations.  This is an Office Skills Certificate Program class and replaces Keyboarding I & II and can be taken in lieu of Introduction to Computers. This class is self-paced and online utilizing Odysseyware.

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with Shelli Pride

Mar 7, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 8 weeks


This class covers the fundamental features of QuickBooks software.  Students will be shown how to get the program up and running and how to perform basic bookkeeping tasks for a small business operation.  Once the fundamental skills are learned, students will learn how to use QuickBooks to its fullest potential.  The principles of basic accounting, reporting and other features will be covered.  Prerequisite:  knowledge of computers required. No class 4/18.

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