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Register now for phlebotomy classes

The first round of classes begin on Aug. 1 and go through Sept. 28. Total tuition is $995 and includes liability insurance and a mandatory student fee. Classes are from 5-8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Technology Drive Campus. Required textbook is “Phlebotomy Essentials 6th Edition.”
The second round of classes begins Aug. 15 and runs through Oct. 5. Each class is from 3-8 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Roberts Drive Campus in room 519. Total tuition is $1,031 and includes liability insurance and a mandatory student fee. The price increase reflects a tuition increase effective for fall 2017. Required textbook is “Phlebotomy Handbook 9th Edition.”

For more information or to enroll, contact Robins Harris at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 606-326-2252.



Child care provider trainings offered

ACTC is once again offering child care provider trainings. The cost is $15 per person per class. Fee must be paid at the time of registration.
Each three-hour class is taught by an ECE TRIS certified instructor and will be submitted to ECE TRIS for Child Care Provider Training hours. All classes will be at ACTC’s Roberts Drive Campus located at 4700 Roberts Drive, Building 5, Ashland.

Art Matters is the first class from 6-9 p.m. on Aug. 15. Participants will gain knowledge from research-based developmentally appropriate strategies to incorporate art activities to aid in developing cognitive skills, social skills, problem solving skills and increase motor skills in young children through the classroom routine. This class is designed for preschool and family child care staff.

Other upcoming classes are:

*  Bullying in Early Childhood (9 a.m.-noon, Aug. 19): Participants will be able to identify bullying among young children and how the bullying looks different from older children, how to prevent pre-bullying behavior from turning into bullying, how to incorporate intervention strategies into classroom curriculum, learn the effects of bullying and more. This class is designed for family child care staff, school age staff and preschool staff.
Exploring Experimental Science with Young Children (6- 9 p.m., Sept. 19): Participants will acquire strategies for creating an environment that encourages children to learn science through hands-on exploration of their world. Educators will gain the ability to promote the developmental approaches to learning, observation skills, descriptive skills, problem solving skills, recognition of cause and effect and organizing and classifying.

*  Social and Emotional Health: Challenging Behaviors (6-9 p.m., Oct. 17): Participants will identify how social and emotional health can influence challenging behavior as well as how to handle conflict in the childcare setting. Tips and strategies to prevent challenging behavior will also be introduced. This class is designed for all staff.

*  Challenging Behavior (9 a.m.-noon, Nov. 11): Participants will discuss today’s challenging behaviors and practice strategies for teaching age appropriate behaviors and guiding preschool children’s behavior in positive ways. Discussions will include defining typical behavior, defining atypical behavior and identifying strategies for addressing inappropriate behavior. This class is designed for all staff.

*  Extreme Misbehavior, When Health and Safety are at Risk (6-9 p.m., Nov. 14): Participants will identify health and safety issues related to misbehavior and determine when it is appropriate to exclude a child from participation. Strategies to help protect other children in the classroom will also be discussed. This class is designed for all staff.

*  Dramatic Play: The Importance of Pretending (6-9 p.m., Dec. 5): Participants will discover the importance of pretend play through an exploration of executive function. Participants will also learn how to set up and equip a dramatic play learning center to maximize learning through play. This class is designed for all staff.

*  Assessment for Development and Learning (9 a.m.-noon, Dec. 9): During this training, participants will learn the purpose of assessing children’s development and learning through interpreting evidence to identify which children already know, can do and are ready to learn. How to advance learning and development in response to individual children’s strengths, abilities and needs will be discussed as well as using intentional strategies to ensure children’s learning progress. This class is designed for all staff.

Participants can call 606-326-2130 or 606-326-2072 to register or visit ashland.kctcs.edu/workforce_solutions/ to register online.

 

July 24, 2017

Morehead State Univ. has the 6th best online program in Ky. according to rating sourceMorehead State Univ. has the 6th best online program in Ky. according to rating source


MOREHEAD, Ky.---Morehead State University has been ranked as one of the best online colleges in Kentucky. MSU was ranked sixth among all Kentucky colleges and universities by Value Colleges.
The ranking states that MSU is one of the best of the state’s online programs when it comes to cost and programs available. Schools listed offer degrees anywhere from the associates to doctorate levels, including continuing education degrees.
The Best Online College Top 10 listings are part of an effort to feature the most affordable, highest-quality online degree options to students in each state in the U.S., including public and private institutions. With more and more working adult and professional students choosing online degree programs, prospective students will benefit from a comprehensive listing detailing the accredited, reputable options in their home states.
The Value Colleges Top 10 lists are simply providing prospective students in each state with the data they need to make an informed decision about the future of their education and career. The Top 10 listings are compiled from reputable schools offering a substantial number of fully online programs and are presented in descending order based on those offerings.
According to the website, “Online degrees programs at Morehead State University online offer flexibility in learning with a strong set of support services for all enrollees including career services, advisement, veteran support, and library and research access. Some programs offered include degrees in Early Childhood Education, Business Administration, and a Doctor of Education.”
Visit www.moreheadstate.edu/Prospective-Students to learn more about Morehead State University or call the Office of Enrollment Services at 606-783-2000 or 800-585-6781.

 

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (April 24, 2017) —Kentucky eighth-graders headed for high school in the fall might find “High School Basics,” a four-page flyer, helpful. The free flyer can be ordered from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).

“High School Basics” has sections about:

  • Credits and graduation requirements.
  • Calculating a GPA.
  • Reading a high school transcript.
  • The Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES).
  • Earning college credit while in high school.

Free copies are available by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please remember to include a mailing address.

KHEAA is the state agency that administers KEES, need-based grants and other programs to help students pay their higher education expenses.

For more information about Kentucky scholarships and grants, visit www.kheaa.com; write KHEAA, P.O. Box 798, Frankfort, KY 40602; or call 800-928-8926, ext. 6-7214.

 

 

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