A large number of classes are scheduled to be offered this spring through the Mid-Plains Center for Enterprise in the areas of continuing education, professional development, computers and technology, lifestyle and arts and crafts.
Two Emergency Medical Services continuing education classes have been added to the course list. The first is “New general trauma to the trunk” is set for Jan. 28 from 6-9 p.m. and the other is “New miscellaneous Medical Emergencies” set for Feb. 25 from 6-9 p.m. Both classes are free and are for EMS, Firefighters, and all emergency care providers will teach the procedures that need to be followed by emergency personnel when coming in contact with various situations
A series of new chainsaw safety training classes are set for Feb. 21 and again on March 8-9 p.m. to give students the chance to learn safe and proper techniques for tree felling, maintenance, care, and building chains. Cost for the class is $75 and taught by Michael Harris.
An in-depth study of the theory, design, and principles of operation of the internal combustion engine and associated systems is the topic for a new small engine repair class. Thomas Whipple will instruct students with lab exercises on Briggs & Stratton engines to better understand how they work. Class is set for Feb. 10-24 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 6-9 p.m. at the Center for Applied Science and Technology.
Pre-registration is required for classes taken through the Mid-Plains Center for Enterprise at 345-8122, or students can register on the web at www.centerforenterprise.com.