Adult & Continuing Education’s 2016 Spring Semester runs through May and classes start throughout the semester. Following are upcoming classes with limited space still available.
- Introduction to Home Brewing This two-part class will cover everything you need to know to begin brewing beer from home. We will review a brief history of beer making and styles, and cover in detail the entire process of home brewing including equipment and ingredient selection, fermentation, conditioning, bottling, and proper sanitation techniques. These sessions will include hands-on activities to reinforce best practices in brewing where you’ll be able to create your own beer recipe. Class meets for 2 sessions on Saturdays 10am-12:30pm, March 5th and March 12th. Cost $100.00
- Small Engine Repair Learn what it takes to repair and maintain two and four-cycle engines such as lawn mowers and line trimmers. Students need to bring their own repair projects to class. Students are responsible for the cost of repair items. Class meets for 8 sessions on Wednesdays from 6-8:30pm starting March 9th through April 27th. Cost $250
- OSHA 10-Hour General Industry* This training class is recommended for workers within the healthcare, warehouse, service industries and manufacturing sites. It is designed to promote safe work practices and to improve workers ability to recognize and prevent hazards. Students will also learn about OSHA employer responsibilities, and employees’ rights. Upon successful completion of this class, students will receive an OSHA 10-Hour General Industry card within 6-8 weeks. Class meets for 4 sessions on Thursdays from 6-9pm starting March 24th through April 14th. Cost $100
* A 30-Hour General Industry class can be offered upon request by calling 908-788-1119 x2007.
Call (908) 788-1119, x. 2009 or visit Adult & Continuing Education at www.hcvsdadulted.org to register for these and other courses, or to request more information. Adult & Continuing Education has a reputation for vocational excellence, providing educational opportunities for adults to acquire technical skills to begin a new career, enhance existing skills, or enrich their personal lives. Courses are offered at 8 Bartles Corner Road and 10 Junction Road, both in Flemington.