PARIS — Oxford Hills/Nezinscot Adult Education has announced the completion of the fall CNA training.

In addition to being in demand, CNA training is one of the more demanding classes. The course is taught by Marcia Campbell. Students began class Sept. 18, and in addition to spending 180 hours in class over 15 weeks, they also completed eight clinical hours at Market Square Health Care.

They also spend a career night at Ledgeview Living Center in West Paris, Maine Veterans’ Home in South Paris and Norway Living Center in Norway.

Six students were enrolled this semester, and all six passed the state exam. Graduation was held Dec. 20.

The next CNA class starts Monday, Feb. 26.

FMI: 207-743-8842.

The fall CNA training graduates are pictured. Bottom row, from left, Destiny Gagne, Breanna May and Tanya Cooper; second row, Linda Chagnon, Katie Russell, JoAnn Hallett; top row, Adult Education Director Tina Christophersen, Instructor Marcia Campbell, RN and Adult Education Administrative Assistant Jeanna Packard.

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