Adult Education News
The general public is invited to attend the 3:30 PM. to 5 P.M. and 6 P.M. open sessions. All educational representatives will have displays in the Commons Area through the afternoon hours. Parents, high school students, and adult students will have the opportunity to speak with enrollment representatives.
Are you interested in becoming a Medical Assistant? Then come to an openhouse, meet the instructor, discover what Medical Assisting is all about, and discuss your career pathway. Call to register for one of the Medical Assisting Openhouses. Choose either 10 a.m.
Nurse aides provide basic nursing care such as dressing, feeding, bathing and observing patients. Orientation is April 28th at 5 pm.
Do you know a graduate of an Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center Adult Education Program that you would like to recognize for their community contributions and their career achievements?
Interested in Healthcare? Need to make a career change or take courses for career enhancement? Want to beef up your resume? Medical Assisting, Dental Assisting, and Administrative Medical Office Specialist classes begin in August! Call the A
The Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center's Adult Education 2014-2015 Brochure is available for download. Included in the catalog are descriptions of the Adult Education programs and important details such as length of the programs, start dates, and costs.
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Looking for a new career? Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center has a program that makes it easy for you to take high-quality, affordable Online Courses and Online Career Training Programs. Through a partnership with ed2go|GES, you can develop new skills and knowledge in order to stand out in today's competitive job market. This program allows you to enhance your personal and professional skills and prepares you to launch a new career or advance in an existing one, no matter where you’re located. Click "Read More" for further information on these online opportunities.
ACWHCC was named the 2015 Outstanding Education Business of the Year at the Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards on Thursday, March 12th. A judging committee from the Medina Area Chamber of Commerce chose ACWHCC from three candidates, basing their selection on the school's performance and standing, customer service strategies and practices, community involvement, and promotion of Ashland County and the surrounding area. Supt McDaniel accepted the award and praised all ACWHCC students and staff , high school and adult education, for their dedication to excellence and to the community.
The ACWHCC Adult Education Director’s List is published quarterly to acknowledge adult students who have maintained above a 90% average in both attendance and academic achievements. The Adult Director recognizes Adult Education students for their accomplishments and wishes them continued success. For a complete list of students honored, click Read More
You Could Be an Adult Education Graduate, Too!
Find out more about training/retraining that could help you get a better job. One hundred-twenty-two adults graduated from ACWHCC Adult Education programs last year. Explore the Adult Education website for a list of current classes, start-up dates, and more information
Medical Assisting students got some practice by offering free blood pressure checks at the Supt's Annual Senior Citizens' Luncheon. Two students also gave a brief presentation about their program and testimonials about what led them to ACWHCC's Adult Education Department. For more photos of the ladies at the event, click Photo Gallery.
Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center’s Adult Education department recently gave a demonstration for local Superintendents on the newly purchased virtual reality arc welding system. The new equipment will be used in the Adult Education Maintenance Training and Welding Technology programs. With a virtual system such as this, the student can be immersed in his/her environment, with a feeling of being inside and a part of that world and totally focused on the welding experience. The Lincoln Electric VRTex 360 is designed to allow Adult Education students to practice their welding technique and promotes the transfer of skills from the simulator to the welding booth without the waste incurred with normal welding practice. Students using the simulator will wear a specially designed welding helmet with 3D stereo eyepieces and sound, while drawing the sight, sound, and feel needed to make a good weld.
Several special awards were given at the annual Adult Education Recognition Night on May 21st. Pictured is Sondra Shepherd who received the Rita & Lisa Sayre Adult Basic Literacy Education Award of Excellence.
Andrew Fulk - Verne & Tanya Mounts Pharmacy Technician Award
Jessica Ross - Linda E. Reynolds Business Visionary Award
Kaylynn Perry - Carol L. Hale Professionalism Award
Susan Smith - Michael K. McDaniel BioScience Technology Award for Excellence
Vicki Louks, ACWHCC Adult Education Administrative Assistant - Caring Heart Award
Dr. Walter Craske & Dr. Wm Miller - Melisa K. Carr Outstanding Externship Award
Tina Snyder, Adult Education Financial Aid/HRD/GED/Transitions coordinator - Support Staff Person of the Year
Heather Harrison, past Adult Education graduate & Medical Assisting Assistant - Adult Education Outstanding Achievement Award
DeAnna Reynolds, Adult Education Dental Assisting instructor - Adult Educator of the Year
During ACWHCC's annual Awards & Recognition night on May 13th, Adult Education Director Mrs. Melisa Carr honored the Adult Educator of the Year, Dental Assisting Instructor Deanna Reynolds, with an engraved plaque. Carr praised her for her dedication to her program and to her ensuring that her students get a complete experience in their career field. Reynolds has been with the Adult Education Department since 2010.
The Adult Education Department recognized over one hundred graduates of its various programs at a ceremony on May 21st. Students were honored for their career development completion achievements including the Adult Basic and Literacy Education students who received their GED this past year.
Photo: Former Medical Assisting instructor Carol Hale, current instructor Margaret Dalton, and assistant instructor and former graduate Heather Harrison pose with this year's recipient of the Carol Hale Award, Kaylynn Perry. For a complete list of graduates, click the attachment.