Wade Boudreau

Wade Boudreau

CAREER PATHWAYS

  • Retail
  • Restaurant
  • Carpentry
  • Landscaping
  • Car Wash/Dealership
  • Auto Detailing
  • Fast Food
  • Custodial

 

Maine Certified Industry Standards (CIP 99.8000)**

Textbooks :

Money and Mathematics: by Prentice Hall General Reference, 1993                               

Life Skills for the 21st Century: Suzanne Weixel Faith Wempen, revised 1st Edition, 2015 

Professionalism Skills For Workplace Success: Lydia E. Anderson/Sandra B. Bolt, 4th Edition, 2016                

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The General Trades Employability Skills Program is a multi-year training program designed to prepare students for entry-level employment or placement in another R10 Tech program.

The General Trades student should:

  • Be able to work independently
  • Be self-motivated
  • Be able to follow directions
  • Possess basic life skills
  • Understand the concept of work

Returning students may work in specific areas of interest through community job-sites where they will continue to enhance their career interests.

PROGRAM STATEMENT

Students who attend this program will receive hands-on experience in customer service, food service, carpentry, lawn and garden care and auto detailing. This is accomplished through work in the classroom, White Owl Café and workshop. The emphasis is on the development of personal and interpersonal skills, job safety, attitude, behaviors, and basic skills common to all trades.



♦  Professional Attributes
♦  Communication
♦  Critical Thinking and Creativity
♦  Career Preparation/Portfolio
♦  Customer Service

♦  Food Service and Safety
♦  Work Safety
♦  Grounds-keeping
♦  Automotive Reconditioning
♦  Carpentry Tools and Safety

Wade Boudreau

Wade Boudreau

Instructor

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The General Trades Employability Skills Program is a multi-year training program designed to prepare students for entry-level employment or placement in another R10 Tech program.

The General Trades student should:

  • Be able to work independently
  • Be self-motivated
  • Be able to follow directions
  • Possess basic life skills
  • Understand the concept of work

Returning students may work in specific areas of interest through community job-sites where they will continue to enhance their career interests.

PROGRAM STATEMENT

Students who attend this program will receive hands-on experience in customer service, food service, carpentry, lawn and garden care and auto detailing. This is accomplished through work in the classroom, White Owl Café and workshop. The emphasis is on the development of personal and interpersonal skills, job safety, attitude, behaviors, and basic skills common to all trades.

CAREER PATHWAYS

  • Retail
  • Restaurant
  • Carpentry
  • Landscaping
  • Car Wash/Dealership
  • Auto Detailing
  • Fast Food
  • Custodial

♦  Professional Attributes
♦  Communication
♦  Critical Thinking and Creativity
♦  Career Preparation/Portfolio
♦  Customer Service

♦  Food Service and Safety
♦  Work Safety
♦  Grounds-keeping
♦  Automotive Reconditioning
♦  Carpentry Tools and Safety

♦  Food Service and Safety
♦  Work Safety
♦  Grounds-keeping
♦  Automotive Reconditioning
♦  Carpentry Tools and Safety

 

Maine Certified Industry Standards (CIP 99.8000)**

Textbooks :

Money and Mathematics: by Prentice Hall General Reference, 1993                               

Life Skills for the 21st Century: Suzanne Weixel Faith Wempen, revised 1st Edition, 2015 

Professionalism Skills For Workplace Success: Lydia E. Anderson/Sandra B. Bolt, 4th Edition, 2016