Glucose Monitoring and Administration
This advanced training provides instruction in the care of diabetic residents, diabetic medications, insulin preparation and insulin administration. This class consists of class time, laboratory skills, and practical experience. This course requires a state skill and written examination.
Prerequisites: Current CNA and CMA certification.
Tubes and Inhalers
This course provides advanced training for the CMA. Training includes advanced training in the administration of medications and nutrition via nasogastric and gastrostomy tubes. Also included is administration of oral inhalers and nebulizers. Prerequisites: Current CNA and CMA certification listed on the Nurse Aide Registry.
Open Entry Enrollment Thursday Evening 5-9 pm
This training is designed to bring students up to speed in their electrical troubleshooting skills as quickly and safely as possible, and it was designed to cover the most commonly performed electrical troubleshooting tasks a maintenance technician faces in their job every day. For the novice or experienced technician, this training course provides a no-nonsense, practical and real world systematic approach to electrical troubleshooting. Self-paced format allows you to complete this program of study on your schedule.
Open Entry Enrollment Thursday Evening 5-9 pm
Training is designed to help students upgrade their electrical wiring skills as quickly and safely as possible. It was designed to cover the most commonly performed electrical tasks a homeowner faces in their home. For the novice, this training course provides a no-nonsense, practical and real world systematic approach to electrical wiring. Tools, Terms, Plans, Drawings, Safety, Connections, Romex, National Electric Code, Switches, Receptacles. This self-paced format allows you to complete this program of study on your schedule.
This course is designed for the CNA wishing to take the state CMA exam. The course covers body systems, medications, administration of medications and documentation requirements. Prerequisites: High school diploma or GED, current CNA card with 6 months' work experience as a CNA
A CNA's main role is to provide basic care to patients, as well as assist them in activities of daily living. Students study patient care, practice skills in the lab and apply them at a clinical site. Students must successfully pass state skills and written test to receive a CNA certification.
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The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course prepares the EMT student to provide pre-hospital assessment and care for patients of all ages with a variety of medical conditions and traumatic injuries. Areas of study include an introduction to emergency medical services systems, roles and responsibilities of EMTs, anatomy and physiology, medical emergencies, trauma, special considerations for working in the pre-hospital setting, and providing patient transportation.
Obtaining a GED credential can help you get the job you want or attend the college that you are interested in. For some people, however, passing the GED tests is a daunting task. The GED examination covers basic subjects that students are taught in high school. Subjects covered in GED classes include writing, reading, social studies, math and science. Enroll at any time
24 Hours of Hands-on Lab and Classroom Instruction; Open Entry Enrollment
Industrial Motor Control Training is a way to stay competitive as industry must constantly reduce planning, manufacturing installation and maintenance costs. This Industrial Motor Control Training course introduces the students to the basics of motor and motor control design, application, installation and maintenance, protection and control and describes the control operations and uses of each control products, it’s voltage, current and frequency ratings.
Instructional and practical hands-on training, with emphasis placed on safety procedures and proper collection techniques. Draw blood specimens by venipuncture and capillary puncture. Students who complete this course in phlebotomy will need to obtain additional experience before qualifying for certification as a registered phlebotomist. Phlebotomists can get certification from several different organizations in the US. Three major organizations are National Phlebotomy Association, Society of Phlebotomy Technicians plus American Association for Clinical Pathology. Each organization has specific requirements concerning intership completion, number of successful blood collections, number of hours spent on practical training, number of hours spent in the classroom plus professional membership. Also, they give different examinations. Students are advised to find out the requirements of each association.
CPR, AED, and First Aid for Adults
MEDIC First Aid® BasicPlus is a combined adult CPR, AED, and first aid training program designed specifically for the occupational first aid provider. This extremely flexible program will help employers meet OSHA and other federal and state regulatory requirements for training employees how to respond and care for medical emergencies at work. This program conforms to the 2015 AHA Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC and the 2015 AHA and ARC Guidelines Update for First Aid.
Designed to develop a working knowledge of the language of medicine. Students acquire word building skills by learning prefixes suffixes, roots and abbreviations. By relating terms to body systems, students identify proper uses of words in a medical environment. Knowledge of medical terminology enhances students’ ability to successfully secure employment or pursue advanced education in healthcare.
This course is designed to provide clear instruction on the dangers of H2S – a hazard you cannot see. PECH2S Clear will help students identify the physical and chemical properties, sources, symptoms, and hazards of hydrogen sulfide (H2S). Students will learn about H2S routes of exposure, as well as the proper selection, use, and maintenance of personal and respiratory protective equipment. Students will learn about workplace warnings, practices, and maintenance procedures to protect personnel from exposure to H2S. H2S detection and monitoring systems are introduced. Students will also learn about emergency response procedures, corrective actions, and shutdown procedures which may be necessary in the event of a H2S emergency. Upon successful completion of the course, students receive their PEC ID card. The back of the card reflects PEC courses successfully completed by the student. Employers may also verify course completion by visiting www.peccard.com.
This course has no prerequisite and covers the current classroom requirements of ANSI Z390.1 and is designed to meet the new ANSI requirements.
Phase I is required for all security guard license applicants. Instruction is provided in writing reports, responding to fire emergencies, first aid applications, and provisions of the Oklahoma Security Guard and Private Investigator Act. This course is designed to prepare you for the State of Oklahoma examination for armed and unarmed private security licensure. Phase I also constitutes partial fulfillment of Private Investigator licensure.
Phase II is required for all armed and unarmed security guard license applicants. Instruction is provided in good public relations skills, performing patrol duties, working fixed-post assignments, and investigating security incidents.
Firearms is required for all persons who want to become licensed armed security officers. Instruction will focus on the handling and firing of a handgun. Firearm usage will be conducted at an off-campus firing range under close supervision. Students are required to furnish their own .38 - .45 caliber handgun and 400 rounds of ammunition. Students must have successfully completed Phases I & II AND an MMPI (Minnesota Multi-Phasic Personality Inventory).
Students learn the basic duties and tasks of private Investigators. Topics covered include responsibilities to clients, law of private investigations, Fair Credit Reporting Act, conducting investigations, surveillance, and locating and communicating information.
24 Hours of Hands-on Lab and Classroom Instruction
A programmable logic controller, PLC, or programmable controller is a digital computer used for automation of typically industrial electromechanical processes, such as control of machinery on factory assembly lines, amusement rides, or light fixtures. PLCs are used in many machines, in many industries. This course is a basic introduction to PLC's used in manufacturing. Discover how to use PLC's to solve machine and process problems. This self-paced format allows you to complete this program of study on your schedule
SafeLand USA is a HSE instructor-led orientation course for all US onshore contractors. SafeLand training ensures that workers have an awareness of basic hazards and HSE practices in the oilfield while reducing redundant operating company orientations. This training is the preferred orientation for the onshore oil & gas industry.
Students will have a working understanding of questions to ask buyers and sellers upon signing a brokerage service agreement to aide in the title process. This fast-moving class will provide answers to questions regarding proration’s, trusts, surveys, divorce issues, probates and potential title problems.