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BLS Provider (Basic Life Support) CPR/AED (CRN: 27594)
with Carol Phillips
This class is designed for new or expired certifications. The American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider classroom course is designed to provide a wide variety of healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. Required text and 2-year certification card included.
Important note: A CPR mask (not just a face shield) is required for this class. Please bring your own or you may purchase one from the instructor for $10 (cash or check) at the start of class. Please read textbook before class and feel free to wear comfortable clothing.
NCHC26M Physical Therapy Aide Online
with ON LINE
Physical therapist aides employ a unique combination of skills – physical strength and the sensitivity to offer physical assistance compassionately. Physical therapist aides are the ones at the ready to assist patients in and out of the therapy area of a clinic, offering aid when needed without impinging on a client's sense of independence and mobility. They help support or lift clients who have physical disabilities or injuries that prevent them from moving freely, set up equipment, monitor client progress and help with clerical tasks.
NCTD159M Veterinary Assistant (CRN: 19444)
with ON LINE
A Veterinary Assistant helps the Veterinarian or the Veterinarian Technician in their daily tasks. They may feed, water, and examine pets for signs of illness, disease, or injury; clean and disinfect cages and work areas, as well as sterilize laboratory and surgical equipment in laboratories, animal hospitals and clinics.
The program goal for this online Veterinary Assistant program is to prepare students to work as veterinary assistants under the supervision of veterinarians and veterinary technicians in small or large animal hospitals or clinics. This on-line course includes training and education in animal care, behavior, medical terminology, skeletal and muscular system, anatomy, nutrition system, History & Physical examination, immunology, emergency care, radiology, veterinary practice procedures and general accounting practices. The program also prepares the students to take the national test to become an Approved Veterinary Assistant. Finally, students are asked to identify an externship site and are expected to complete a minimum of 100 hours of practice.
Students must be at least 18 years of age and have completed high school or equivalent. Students must be proficient in keyboarding, have a basic understanding of a word processing program (Microsoft Word recommended) Students will be responsible for coordinating their own volunteer experience.
Veterinary Assistant training can help you make a difference in the lives of animals and the people who love them, Our course will prepare you for a rewarding career working as a veterinary assistant in a veterinary hospital, animal shelter, or other environment that requires a background in animal sciences.