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Certified Clinical Medical Assistant Interest List
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We are not currently offering this program, however Gray New-Gloucester Adult and Community Education may be. For more information, please visit www.gngadulted.org or call Gray-New Gloucester Adult & Community Education at (207) 657-9612.
140 Classroom Hours w/ a Clinical Externship
For students who want to prepare for an exciting, challenging and rewarding career in healthcare. This program trains students to assist physicians by performing functions related to the clinical responsibilities of a medical office. Instruction includes preparing patients for examination and treatment, routine laboratory procedures, diagnostic testing, technical aspects of phlebotomy and the cardiac life cycle. Includes hands-on labs and a clinical externship opportunity at a local healthcare provider. To be eligible for clinical rotation, students must successfully complete the 140-hour program, submit to a thorough background check, drug screening and meet other requirements. Note: Upon successful completion of this program, students are eligible to sit for the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) national examination.
*By "signing up" for this class you will be put on our interest list. Currently there is no CCMA course scheduled at Lake Region and Fryeburg Area Adult Ed. Gray-New Gloucester Adult & Community Education may already have a class scheduled and we encourage you to reach out to them.
National Healthcareer Association Certification
Are you employed as a phlebotomist or clinical medical assistant and don't have your National Healthcare Association certification? A real plus for career advancement or employment. Lake Region & Fryeburg Area Adult Education is an authorized site to proctor this nationally recognized exam. Visit nhanow.com to determine if you qualify to sit for the exam based on your work experience. Examinees self-register and pay for the exam online. Then call us to arrange a testing date!
Real Estate Sales Agent Course
This 55-hour remote learning real estate agent course, approved by the Maine Real Estate Commission, is a prerequisite to taking the Pearson VUE state licensing exam. Based on the book, Introduction to a Successful Career in Maine Real Estate, by Charles “Kim” Coit, its content includes material that is basic to the practice of real estate in Maine. Concepts covered:
- How the business is organized and regulated by the Maine Real Estate Commission
- Licensing laws and agency relationships
- Fiduciary duties of a licensee with an agency agreement with a buyer or seller
- Private property rights with attention to the public and private limits that may exist on those rights.
- Required disclosures licensees must make to make to buyers and sellers
- Basics of contracts and how to complete agreements for real estate transactionsIntroduction to real estate financing and overview of different loan products available
- Closings and closing costs
- Tax considerations of property ownership
- Miscellaneous federal laws including Fair Housing and Americans with Disabilities.
The material is presented in manageable modules. Students read the text and then answer short questions based on the text. The questions are designed to help students focus on key points and reinforce learning. The course has four quizzes. Students take the quiz and with a passing grade of 75, move on to the next topics in the course. Students may retake quizzes until they secure a passing grade. The final course grade is the grade attained on the final exam. Students may retake the final exam as well. Students have 1 year to complete the course.
Upon passing this course AND completing a course evaluation required by the Maine Real Estate Commission, students will receive a Certificate of Completion. This Certificate is your ticket of admission to the Pearson VUE state licensing exam. Students have one year from the course completion to take the Pearson VUE test. We recommend taking the test as soon after completing the real estate agent course as possible.
When students pass the Pearson VUE exam, they affiliate with an agency. The Designated Broker of the Agency and the student sign the application for a license and send the application to the commission for processing.
Students are welcome to call or email the real estate course instructor at any time during the course with questions.
- Introduction to a Successful Career in Maine Real Estate textbook
- Maine Real Estate Commission License Law Reference Book
Your Role as a New Banker
Are you new to the banking world? Do you need to develop the skills to be successful with customers and co-workers? Or are you an experienced employee interested in improving your customer relations skills and professional skills for success?
All customer contact is critical to an organization’s success with its customers or members. Your Role as a New Banker is part of the Foundations in Banking Certificate.
Topics covered include: Professionalism, Communication, Quality Customer Service, and Promoting your Financial Institution’s Products.
Register here or call 207-647-5138 to start the application process for the next class.
Cost: $99 + $50 book
Erin Nelson & Mary Martell (Norway Savings Bank)
Aaron Hagan (Key Bank)
Laura Briggs (Evergreen Credit Union)