Career Certifications in North Providence

$149 for a 35-Hour Bartending Course at Professional School of Bartending ($299 Value)

Professional School of Bartending

Providence

Experienced bartenders lead hands-on courses, teaching students the recipes and preparation of a wide variety of traditional and new drinks

$299 $149

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$33 for $60 Worth of Services at RI EMS, LLC.

RI EMS LLC

Barrington

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$60 $33

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$129 for Flight Instruction with Ground Instruction and Photos at King Aviation Mansfield

King Aviation-Mansfield, Inc

Mansfield

FAA-certified instructors guide students through 30 minutes of flight; ground lesson, photo, and Q&A complete the experience

$312 $129

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One-Hour Introductory Helicopter Flight Lesson for One or Two at Don's Flying Service Inc (54% Off)

Don's Flying Service Inc

Marlborough

FAA-certified instructors cover ground school basics, and then give students hands-on experience during a flight

$250 $114

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Hair Extension Certification or Full Head of Hair Extensions from Beauty Pros International (Up to 63% Off)

Beauty Pros International

Westborough

Stylists affix flowing strands of hair extensions to natural locks or instruct and certify clients in the art of extensions

$1,000 $372

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$199 for 40-Hour Real-Estate Pre-Licensing Course at South Shore Real Estate Academy ($350 Value)

South Shore Real Estate Academy

Quincy

40-hour course covers real estate basics, allowing students to earn their pre-licensing requirement and kickstart their sales careers

$350 $199

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Rhode Island Bartending School prepares its students for real-world employment by giving them the practical skills they will need on both sides of the bar. During the 28-hour training courses, the instructors combine short lectures with plenty of hands-on practice during classes with no more than 20 students. Attendees learn to create 50 popular cocktails using the fully stocked practice bar's assortment of simulated spirits and imaginary ice cubes. Additionally, these courses cover day-to-day skills, such as bar management, inventory control, customer-service techniques, and a thorough understanding of different types of beer, liquors, and wines.

1395 Atwood Ave.
Johnston,
RI
US

Professional School of Bartending has taught the art of cocktail creation to more than 10,000 bartenders since the school's inception in 1977. Inside the lounge-inspired training facility, instructors teach the necessary bartending skills ranging from exotic and traditional mixology to responsible customer service.

Graduates of the comprehensive program benefit from a lifetime job-placement-assistance program that has blossomed from a regional effort to a coast-to-coast hunt. Besides ensuring a smooth transition from graduation to career, the school has an open-door policy that leaves the light on for all graduates: former students can repeat any class free of charge helping them to revamp their mixology skills or recall how to skewer an olive without making it scream. Professional School of Bartending also streamlines local businesses' day-to-day operations by lending out its training methods and expertise through its consulting services.

108 Spruce St.
Providence,
RI
US

Choose from any of Learning Connection's one- to three-hour classes to break into culinarians’ lockbox full of ways to turn simple ingredients into visually appealing, mouth-watering fare. Learn bread-making basics and experiment with take-home recipes for loaves, pizzas, and pretzels to master the art of artisan bread ($55). Vegetarian cooking for everyone ($60) shatters misconceived misconceptions that vegetarian dishes are made mainly from plants and recycled cardboard; budding chefs discover new sources of protein such as tempeh and soy. The wines of Italy course ($57) transports palates to a balmy Italian sunset with five wine tastings from regions such as Tuscany, Umbria, and Piedmont. In this class, novice and experienced tasters will pick up tips on what to look for when purchasing wine, how to serve wine, how to taste wine, and what type of nose is best for sniffing wine.

201 Wayland Ave
Providence,
RI
US

Since 1992, the Providence Latin American Film Festival has been lauded for showcasing Latin American, Portuguese, and Spanish feature films, shorts, documentaries, and animations. This year's lineup of 10 moving pictures explores film as a vehicle for expressing and understanding the Latin American experience, from the documentary No Woman, No Cry on the struggles of pregnant women to Hora Cero, an action-packed heist film set in Venezuela. VIPs have access to every film in the lineup, as well as to art exhibits, panel discussions, filmmaker-led workshops, and popcorn-nibbling lessons. With passes to the opening or closing night's soirees, attendees may carouse with the festival's board of directors, corporate sponsors, and party-hat-wearing projectors while munching on appetizers and celebratory cuisine. The opening-night after-party kicks cinematic things off at Roots Café, where invite holders will receive a drink ticket, and Temple Restaurant hosts the closing-night party.

80 Washington Street
Providence,
RI
US

Part of one of the world's premiere institutions of higher learning, Continuing Studies at Brown gives adults the opportunity to further their studies and pursue their passions in small classes led by highly qualified teachers. Use your cranial knowledge sponge to soak up the fact flood flowing from courses such as Scripture in the First Century ($225) and The Secrets of Learning and Memory ($375). Learn about—and take part in—planetary preservation in Environmental Conservation in Rhode Island ($375), or explore the leg-breaking world of the stage with Beginning Playwriting: The Play, Your Voice, and Writing for Another Dimension ($400). Working with Online Social Networks ($262.50) can help you navigate the tangles of the web's most popular platforms for staying in touch, and German 1 ($400) can facilitate your communication with German-speakers and schnauzers. Enrollment in continuing studies at Brown also provides students with access to libraries, computers, and online course materials (a $10 fee applies each semester). Students are encouraged to register early in order to choose from the best selection of courses.

42 Charlesfield Street
Providence,
RI
US

A simple sewing tutorial from Mikala Cash's grandmother at age six sparked a passion in the Creative Sewing Lessons' founder that continues to smolder after an education from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. At her North Attleboro studio, Mikala guides students of various levels through a range of classes, including tailoring, invisible zippers, and sewing for kids, which arms youngsters with the know-how to construct business suits for lemonade stand conventions. In addition to her sewing classes, Mikala invites guest artists to lead workshops during her Creative Night Out series, a monthly event that introduces participants to hands-on subjects such as visual journaling and knitting.

420 South Washington Street
North Attleborough,
MA
US