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    Hazleton Area Career Center

    Offering Adult Classes/Workshops

    Current Classes are in Progress

    Please check again for our Spring Semester classes.

    The following classes will be offered this fall: 

    • Adult Woodworking
      • This course is for anyone interested in learning the basic tools and techniques of woodworking. Topics covered will be: basic shop safety, using shop equipment to joint, plane, crosscut, rip, and cut dados, as well as gluing and finishing wood. The tentative goal is to make a functional bench, wood frames, or whatever project participants want to make. Participants will be able to bring their own wood materials if available or can purchase lumber for their project.  This is a 6-week course.

        Cost:               $150.00

    • Caregiver Support 101
      • Caregiver Support 101: Adult children who are or will become caregivers for their aging parents/family members. This class will provide valuable information and practical advice along with health and support resources that are available. Topics that will be covered include: confusion/dementia, normal changes of the aging brain, proper communication, assisting those with Alzheimer’s Disease, difficult behaviors related to aging, geriatric care (a major aspect of health care).

        Cost:              $175.00

    • Precision Machine Technology
      • This course will be a combination of the vertical milling machine and the engine lathe.  It includes setup and operation of the engine lathe for basic operations of turning, facing, grooving, drilling, and threading.  Operations of the milling machine will include milling, drilling, reaming, and tapping in various materials. 

        This is a 30-hour course.

        Cost:                $250.00

    • Personal Care Skills
        • Vital signs and associated med terminology.
        • Bed making and positioning a person.
        • Grooming skills
        • Safety and body mechanics
        • Transferring a person in and out of bed
        • Using a walker and a gait belt
        • Applying TED stockings
        • Infection control
        • Common disorders for an aging population

          This class will be a refresher class for personal care skills or an introductory class for these skills and include vital signs and some medical terminology. Skills to review/learn will be:

      Cost:               $175.00

     

    Hazleton Area Career Center reserves the right to cancel or reschedule classes.  Most classes require a minimum of 8 students.  NO refunds will be given after the first class.  Students are given proof of attendance at the conclusion of each course.  If weather conditions close the Hazleton Area School District, adult classes will not be held.  If a class is canceled, the instructor will make up that class to complete the time requirements.

     


     

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    The NOCTI Exams are coming up at the end of March. Please be sure to attend school regularly to prepare for the  National Occupational Competency Testing 


     

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    NEW IMMUNIZATION LAWS 

    Please contact our school nurse for more information.

    Attention Staff and Families

    Any student or person in need of mental health crisis intervention please contact NEC at 570-455-6385, PA Mental Health Hotline - 1-855-284-2494  or Suicide and Crisis Lifeline 988 or 911. 

     From the Guidance Dept:

    ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: 

    If you have been missing classes, falling behind in your work or failing a class please contact your guidance counselor or class teacher.
    We are here to help. 
     
    Seniors:

    1. Make sure you are periodically checking for scholarships. Scholarships are posted on our guidance website:

    Guidance Website for Local Scholarships

    A scholarship is monetary support awarded to a student based off academic or other criteria that may include financial need. You could apply to as many as you like, and you do not pay back money awarded to you. There are deadlines to each scholarship.

    2. It's not too late to apply to college or an after HS program. Some deadlines for schools have passed, so be sure to check your schools deadlines & application requirements. Please refer  to  our guidenace website for after HS related programs, college information, and presentations. 

    Still have questions, contact your guidance counselor, or refer to their webpage. 

     
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