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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. (March 18-22, 2019 no class - Elk City)
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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.
**Elk City Classes: Weekday 5:30pm - 9:30pm; Saturday 8:00am-4:00pm
**Weatherford Classes: Sunday 8:30am-4:30pm
**Hobart Clases: Weekday 5:00pm - 9:00pm, Saturday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Three levels discussed awareness, entry and rescue. Potential dangers involved with entry are covered as is proper equipment, personnel required (and each person’s responsibility), steps to filling out a permit. Hot work permits, preparations for worst case scenarios and what to do when the entry is complete. Practical – entry into a confined space prop utilizing proper techniques and equipment.
Has to have had EMR in the last 6 months
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.
(Burns Flat Students Only: THE DAYS VARY DURING THE WEEK. SOMETIMES IT WILL BE TUESDAY AND THURSDAY SOMETIMES OTHER DAYS.)
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
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.
Minimum of 5 students, Maximum of 12
Prerequisites: Completion of E-Course Online. Agility to ride a bicycle. Full protective attire is required: Long sleeve shirt, Long pants, Over-ankle shoes (like boots), Gloves, Helmet with face shield or if it doesn't have a face shield must bring safety glasses. (Must be of legal age to operate a motorcycle on the street)
The Basic Rider Course is a complete entry-level, learn-to-ride class that consists of at least 19 hours of formal classroom activities and on-cycle riding exercises conducted over two or three days. About 5 hours are devoted to learning activities in the classroom, and around 14 hours of hands-on practice are included. Training motorcycles are provided. successful completion meets the requirement for a M (motorcycle endorsement for riders 14 or older in Oklahoma and may result in an insurance discount.
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.
Speaking Under Pressure - Level II
This two day workshop has been designed for those who are in positions where they must speak in front of audiences that are hostile or demanding. This material is also suitable for those who are relatively new speakers who want some encouragement to speak up in meetings or who want some training before they begin making presentations on behalf of the organization. This course is aimed at improving your skills and learning some new techniques which will give you persuasive edge when you are making presentation, fielding difficult questions, or presenting complex information.
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.