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SCHOOLS: New Year...New Classes...New You!

Nashoba Valley Technical School launches the winter semester of programs for continuing community education and professional development Jan. 27. Health Assisting (CNA), Culinary arts, Machine Tool Technology, and Microsoft Office are just a few of the offerings.

Students looking to try a new career or to strengthen their marketability in the work force are encouraged to enroll. Workforce funding - as described on the Commonwealth's web site under www.mass.gov/wtfp is available through employers for many of these options.

 

The Nurse Assisting (CNA) program continues to be a great asset to the community. Upon successful completion, students are eligible to sit for the Red Cross Certified Nurse Assisting exam. This field is one of the top 10 growth careers listed on the Commonwealth's Division of Labor web site.

Others complete their training for electric or plumbing journeyman. Requirements of this course vary, but NVTHS offers a manageable and affordable option for apprentices in these fields.

Culinary Art - including ServSafe certification can launch a new career, or expand on a continued interest in culinary trends. Chefs teaching these courses are working professionals in the field, and bring experience and knowledge to another fast growth career path.

Microscoft Office and Machine Tool Technology can help the un-employed or underemployed in a new career path, with the certification for a confident entry.

All classes listed at www.nashobatech.net - under community education, or more info call 978-692-4711 x1001.

Groton Herald

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P.O. Box 610, Groton, Massachusetts 01450
 

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161 Main Street, Groton, Massachusetts 01450
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Telephone: 978-448-6061
 

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