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NCAT128M Auto Repair Technician Online

$1,075

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Prepares students to enter the automotive repair field by studying the major automotive systems and the procedures for troubleshooting and repairing those systems.  Applicable skills:  

Identify automotive systems and engine components by describing how the systems and parts work together to make a vehicle run. Remove an engine from a vehicle and perform an engine rebuild.

Recognize safety procedures that should be followed in an automotive repair shop. List various hand and specialized tools used when working with automotive systems.  

Identify types of engines and factors that affect engine performance. Perform routine maintenance procedures, including oil changes and tune-ups.  Identify the theory and operation of automotive systems including cooling, lubrication, ignition, fuel and electrical systems along with troubleshooting same areas.

Explain how to inspect, diagnose and repair a vehicle's brake and computer systems.  Describe the steering and suspension systems, including the alignment process, and identify how worn parts affect a vehicle. Recognize the steps necessary to attain certification in the automotive repair field.

 

NCBU26M Administrative Assistant Online

$1,075

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Trains students for a career in entry-level Administrative Assisting.  Applicable skills:

Learn how to maintain paper and electronic filing systems for records and messages as well as organize files, folders, and schedules in proper order for efficient operation.

Recognize a professional image in an office environment and know how to manage stress and time in professional ways.

Understand the operation of office equipment.

Communicate well with others in and out of the office. Greet visitors and determine whether they should be given access to specific individuals. Schedule appointments and make travel arrangements for executives and other staff along with answer phones, draft messages, write memos and email when communicating with managers, employees, and customers.

Prepare reports, memos, letters, financial statements, and other documents using word processing, spreadsheet, or presentation software and manage databases.

Conduct research, compile data, and prepare papers for consideration and presentation by executives, committees, and boards of directors.

Read, analyze, route, distribute, and answer routine incoming memos, submissions, reports, mail and email to determine their significance and plan their distribution.  Negotiate with vendors, buy supplies, manage stockrooms or corporate libraries, and get data from various source.

 

NCBU75M Business Management Essentials Online

$900

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Provides basic training for relevant business skills such as management, finance, and technical writing.  It is a great option if you’re seeking to learn new job skills, refresh or refine existing business management knowledge, or to improve the performance of small business through a better understanding of the fundamentals of business management.  Applicable skills:

Discuss the various functions of business including competition, economics, accounting, technology and information systems, marketing; management through the phases of starting and growing a business; management of financial and human resources along with the ethical and social responsibilities of business.

Understand both the business environment and the manager's role in decision making, planning, organizing, leading, controlling and developing an ethical perspective.

Demonstrate understanding of basic mathematical operations including percentages, discounts, interest, present worth, sinking funds, installment buying, pricing, depreciation, investments, insurance, use of symbols and their applications, equations and formulas, the importance of statistics investments, insurance, use of symbols and their applications, equations and formulas, and the importance of statistics.  

Learn how to organize material for a professional setting by composing business memos, emails, outlines, reports, and proposals using the ABC method.

 

NCBU99M Bookkeeping Online

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Prepares graduates for an entry-level career as a Bookkeeper. Applicable skills:

Compiles/produces Financial Statements with attention to detail from accounting records for organizations.

Understands employment opportunities in many industries, including firms that provide accounting, bookkeeping and payroll services; federal, state, and local governments and schools.

Demonstrates basic math and computer skills, including knowledge of spreadsheets.

Demonstrates the knowledge necessary to become certified in areas of bookkeeping by being able to carry out all bookkeeping tasks, including overseeing payroll and balancing accounts according to accepted accounting procedures.

Applies proper procedures for controlling an organization’s financial documentation and guards against misappropriation of organization’s funds.

Operates computers programmed with accounting software to record, store, and analyze information. Applies proper procedures for receiving, recording cash, checks, and vouchers in compliance with federal, state, and company policies, procedures, and regulations.

 

 

NCCP120M Computer Support Technician Online

$1,550

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Learn the skills needed to become a Computer Support Technician — at home and at your own pace. Whether installing and upgrading software or repairing hardware, Computer Support Technicians have the knowledge and skills that keep businesses and home computers operating smoothly. Computer Support Technicians maintain, troubleshoot, and install software and hardware devices. They also advise and teach computer users about proper computer maintenance.

NCHC104M Medical Administration Assistant Online

$1,075

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Demonstrate proficiency in analytical and quantitative problem-solving along with computer and information literacy.

Understand laws and regulations regarding HIPAA and confidentiality in electronic health records.

Comprehend basic medical terminology, anatomy and physiology.

Understand basic pharmacology. Perform basic medical administrative tasks by using Electronic Medical Record software.

 

NCHC105M Medical Billing and Coding Online

$1,075

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Prepares students for an entry-level career as a medical coder.  Applicable skills:

Comprehend and apply CPT, ICD-10, and HCPCS coding guidelines to identify diagnoses, procedures for insurance reimbursement. Explain the role of a medical coder as a liaison between the health clinician and billing offices.

Identify the procedures for patient record retrieval. Apply computer and information literacy skills using electronic health records software. Identify terms, facts, methods, procedures, concepts, theories, principles, and processes within medical billing and coding scenarios.

Understand laws and theories, including issues relating to ethics and confidentiality. Calculate solutions to mathematical problems related to reimbursement and medical mathematics. Interpret and evaluate information to make proper coding decisions. Review basic written and workplace communication skills.

 

 

 

NCHC106M Home Health Aide Online

$1,075

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Assist clients with Activities of Daily Living and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living, monitor and report changes in a client’s health, and be an instrumental part of a Home Care Team in the role of a Home Health Aide working in home or community settings. Applicable skills:

Learn ethical and legal rules and regulations for direct care workers along with oral and written communication skills for speaking with patients, family, medical personnel, and other caregivers using appropriate language and terminology.  Apply skills in areas of science relevant to the home health aide’s role, including anatomy and physiology.

Utilize procedures to maintain clean and safe environments for both themselves and their patients, including residential, transportation, and outside locations.   React appropriately to emergency situations.

Apply standard practices to assist patients with the activities of daily living, including bathing, dressing, grooming, meal preparation, physical movement and mental exercises.  

Assess physical and mental conditions by taking vital signs, behavior, activity level, and mental acuity. Administer medications, prescribed treatments, and basic first aid as directed by patient’s healthcare manager. Create meal plans according to prescribed dietary recommendations and restrictions.

Develop an instructional plan to teach families how to care for patients and react to emotional, medical, and physical situations and maintain accurate records of patient care, condition, progress, and change.

Discuss unique practices and procedures involved with caring for special populations.

 





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