College of Southern Idaho

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Construction Industry

HVAC Technician

Air Conditioning- Refrigeration, and Heat Certificate (Basic)

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The Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, and Heating Program is designed to provide students with skills needed to work on refrigeration and heating systems. This is a limited enrollment program.

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Air Conditioning- Refrigeration, and Heat Certificate (Intermediate)

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The Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, and Heating Program is designed to provide students with skills needed to work on refrigeration and heating systems. This is a limited enrollment program.

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Air Conditioning- Refrigeration, and Heat, A.A.S.

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The Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, and Heating Program is designed to provide students with skills needed to work on refrigeration and heating systems. This is a limited enrollment program.

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Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Heavy Equipment Ag Technology Certificate (Intermediate)

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Heavy Equipment/Ag Technology is a lab/shop based program that trains students to become skilled technicians in the heavy equipment and agricultural equipment industries. Students in the program will become certified and proficient in shop safety and practices. Students will learn basic welding and fabrication skills. Coursework covers a broad range of fundamental and advanced topics including engine, electrical, HVAC, hydraulic and powertrain systems. Students will also have opportunities to participate in cooperative education with local industry partners to learn real-world applications for their skills.

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Heavy Equipment Ag Technology, A.A.S.

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Heavy Equipment/Ag Technology is a lab/shop based program that trains students to become skilled technicians in the heavy equipment and agricultural equipment industries. Students in the program will become certified and proficient in shop safety and practices. Students will learn basic welding and fabrication skills. Coursework covers a broad range of fundamental and advanced topics including engine, electrical, HVAC, hydraulic and powertrain systems. Students will also have opportunities to participate in cooperative education with local industry partners to learn real-world applications for their skills.

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Welder

Welding Technology Certificate (Basic)

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The Welding program is designed to develop the necessary mental and manipulative skills required for successful entry into the welding industry. It involves all the modern welding applications using the latest equipment. Students are trained to be employable with entry-level skills. This is a limited enrollment program.

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Welding Technology Certificate (Intermediate)

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The Welding program is designed to develop the necessary mental and manipulative skills required for successful entry into the welding industry. It involves all the modern welding applications using the latest equipment. Students are trained to be employable with entry-level skills. This is a limited enrollment program.

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Welding Technology, A.A.S.

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The Welding program is designed to develop the necessary mental and manipulative skills required for successful entry into the welding industry. It involves all the modern welding applications using the latest equipment. Students are trained to be employable with entry-level skills. This is a limited enrollment program.

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Healthcare Industry

Certified Nursing Assistant

Certified Nursing Assistant Certificate

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The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) course prepares the student to provide hands on personal care in numerous settings, such as a hospital, long-term care, assisted living, home health or hospice. The course meets the Federal and Idaho State requirements for the training of CNAs. The class consists of 88 hours of classroom/lab and 32 hours of clinical experience led by an RN instructor. Upon successful completion of the course, the student is qualified to take the skills and written exam which will place them on the Idaho CNA registry. Opportunities abound for immediate employment and it is a great foundation for many other health care professions, such as nursing, radiology technologist and surgical technologist.

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Dental Assistant

Dental Assistant Certificate (Intermediate)

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The Dental Assistant Program curriculum offers courses for the skilled person to enter into the health care environment as an assistant in the dental office. The student is encouraged to obtain advising from faculty to ensure that the proper courses are completed prior to registration or transfer to other health programs. Additional information and current application requirements (including deadlines) can be found at: http://hshs.csi.edu/dental_assistant. You must be a high school graduate or have completed the GED/HSE before applying to this program

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Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygenist, A.A.S.

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The Dental Hygiene program educates students to provide patient dental care to the public. Didactic, clinical and laboratory instruction is designed to develop students into valuable members of the Dental Health Team.

Program graduates may become licensed Registered Dental Hygienists (RDH). RDH use educational theory and methodology to analyze oral health needs. Educational services learned develop promotional strategies and delivery of oral health for individuals and groups. As clinicians, RDH assess, plan, and implement treatments for prevention, intervention and control of oral diseases while practicing in collaboration with other professionals. RHD provide routine patient care and treatment for beginning to advanced stages of periodontal disease.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapist Assistant, A.A.S.

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The Idaho Consortium for Physical Therapist Assistant Education prepares students for employment as physical therapist assistants (PTA). The PTA functions through the direction of a physical therapist (PT) to implement the PT's plan of care. The ultimate goal of physical therapy is to aid patients and clients in their return to maximal function. PTA students are instructed in thinking processes and skills such as therapeutic exercise, orthopedic and neurological interventions, therapeutic modalities, and the art of patient care. In addition to patient treatment courses, students study the basic sciences of anatomy, physiology, clinical pathology, and kinesiology. Clinical education experiences are integrated throughout the curriculum and offer students the opportunity to practice the techniques learned and practiced each semester. The program is designed to be completed in two years.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing Certificate (Intermediate)

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Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) practice in long term care facilities, physician offices, rural hospitals, home health, and administrative offices. LPN's completing the program at CSI graduate with IV Therapy Certification. The Practical Nursing (PN) program is approved by the Idaho Board of Nursing and Idaho Division of Professional Technical Education. Upon satisfactory completion of the PN program the graduate is eligible to sit for the NCLEX-PN. Applying to this program is a separate application process from applying to the College or declaring your major.

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Radiology Tech

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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Occupational Description: Registered Technologists (RTs) in Radiography (R) produce diagnostic quality radiographs of parts of the human body for use by physicians in diagnosing their patient's health care problem. RTs follow physician orders precisely using a variety of imaging equipment and they conform to regulations concerning the use of radiation in the protection of their patients, themselves, and coworkers.

Career Objective: This is an intensive five semester (22 months) program that prepares graduates to pass the national certification examination in radiography conducted by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Upon passing this exam, graduates become eligible for entry level employment in diagnostic imaging departments of hospitals and clinics as Registered Technologists in Radiography.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Body Technician

Collision Repair Technology Certificate (Intermediate)

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The Collision Repair Technology Program is designed to provide the technical and professional competence required for entry-level technicians. The program involves classroom and lab experience on CSI vehicles and working at a new vehicle dealership or independent auto body shop.

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Collision Repair Technology Certificate (Intermediate)

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The Collision Repair Technology Program is designed to provide the technical and professional competence required for entry-level technicians. The program involves classroom and lab experience on CSI vehicles and working at a new vehicle dealership or independent auto body shop.

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Collision Repair Technology, A.A.S.

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The Collision Repair Technology Program is designed to provide the technical and professional competence required for entry-level technicians. The program involves classroom and lab experience on CSI vehicles and working at a new vehicle dealership or independent auto body shop.

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Technology Certificate (Intermediate)

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The Diesel Mechanics program is designed to teach the student in the areas of construction equipment

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Diesel Technology, A.A.S.

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The Diesel Mechanics program is designed to teach the student in the areas of construction equipment

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Public Service Industry

Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.

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The College of Southern Idaho Criminal Justice Program is designed to prepare students to enter the growing field of criminal justice. Students will develop an understanding of criminal psychology, the components justice system, investigative procedures and the community served by the justice system. Completion of the program is designed to result in an Associate of Arts degree, and meets the general education requirements at all Idaho public universities. Course selection should be coordinated to meet requirements for your intended transfer institution.

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Law Enforcement Certificate (Basic)

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The College of Southern Idaho Law Enforcement program is designed to prepare graduates to enter the law enforcement field. The Law Enforcement Program has been approved by the Idaho Police Officers Standards and Training (POST) Council, thus eliminating the graduates need to attend the basic police academy before taking the certification examination. Because the Law Enforcement Program is driven by POST standards for certification into the law enforcement field, applicants to the program must meet POST standards for admission. These admission standards may include a background check into the applicant's criminal, driving, and psychological and military records. Students are encouraged to continue their educational opportunities through on-campus courses or through distance learning.

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Law Enforcement Certificate (Intermediate)

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The College of Southern Idaho Law Enforcement program is designed to prepare graduates to enter the law enforcement field. The Law Enforcement Program has been approved by the Idaho Police Officers Standards and Training (POST) Council, thus eliminating the graduates need to attend the basic police academy before taking the certification examination. Because the Law Enforcement Program is driven by POST standards for certification into the law enforcement field, applicants to the program must meet POST standards for admission. These admission standards may include a background check into the applicant's criminal, driving, and psychological and military records. Students are encouraged to continue their educational opportunities through on-campus courses or through distance learning.

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Law Enforcement, A.A.S.

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The College of Southern Idaho Law Enforcement program is designed to prepare graduates to enter the law enforcement field. The Law Enforcement Program has been approved by the Idaho Police Officers Standards and Training (POST) Council, thus eliminating the graduates need to attend the basic police academy before taking the certification examination. Because the Law Enforcement Program is driven by POST standards for certification into the law enforcement field, applicants to the program must meet POST standards for admission. These admission standards may include a background check into the applicant's criminal, driving, and psychological and military records. Students are encouraged to continue their educational opportunities through on-campus courses or through distance learning.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.

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The College of Southern Idaho Criminal Justice Program is designed to prepare students to enter the growing field of criminal justice. Students will develop an understanding of criminal psychology, the components justice system, investigative procedures and the community served by the justice system. Completion of the program is designed to result in an Associate of Arts degree, and meets the general education requirements at all Idaho public universities. Course selection should be coordinated to meet requirements for your intended transfer institution.

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Law Enforcement Certificate (Basic)

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The College of Southern Idaho Law Enforcement program is designed to prepare graduates to enter the law enforcement field. The Law Enforcement Program has been approved by the Idaho Police Officers Standards and Training (POST) Council, thus eliminating the graduates need to attend the basic police academy before taking the certification examination. Because the Law Enforcement Program is driven by POST standards for certification into the law enforcement field, applicants to the program must meet POST standards for admission. These admission standards may include a background check into the applicant's criminal, driving, and psychological and military records. Students are encouraged to continue their educational opportunities through on-campus courses or through distance learning.

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Law Enforcement Certificate (Intermediate)

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The College of Southern Idaho Law Enforcement program is designed to prepare graduates to enter the law enforcement field. The Law Enforcement Program has been approved by the Idaho Police Officers Standards and Training (POST) Council, thus eliminating the graduates need to attend the basic police academy before taking the certification examination. Because the Law Enforcement Program is driven by POST standards for certification into the law enforcement field, applicants to the program must meet POST standards for admission. These admission standards may include a background check into the applicant's criminal, driving, and psychological and military records. Students are encouraged to continue their educational opportunities through on-campus courses or through distance learning.

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Law Enforcement, A.A.S.

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The College of Southern Idaho Law Enforcement program is designed to prepare graduates to enter the law enforcement field. The Law Enforcement Program has been approved by the Idaho Police Officers Standards and Training (POST) Council, thus eliminating the graduates need to attend the basic police academy before taking the certification examination. Because the Law Enforcement Program is driven by POST standards for certification into the law enforcement field, applicants to the program must meet POST standards for admission. These admission standards may include a background check into the applicant's criminal, driving, and psychological and military records. Students are encouraged to continue their educational opportunities through on-campus courses or through distance learning.

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Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice, A.A.

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The College of Southern Idaho Criminal Justice Program is designed to prepare students to enter the growing field of criminal justice. Students will develop an understanding of criminal psychology, the components justice system, investigative procedures and the community served by the justice system. Completion of the program is designed to result in an Associate of Arts degree, and meets the general education requirements at all Idaho public universities. Course selection should be coordinated to meet requirements for your intended transfer institution.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Education Certificate (Basic)

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The Early Childhood Program, through a combination of classroom time and hands-on practicum, is designed to develop the skills, competencies, and knowledge necessary to provide quality care and education for typical and atypical children from ages 0-8. This program also prepares individuals for assessment for the nationally recognized Child Development Associate credential. Employment opportunities include such areas as child care, preschool teaching, kindergarten and primary school teacher's aide, and Head Start family educator. The Associate of Arts degree articulates into Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Education/Special Education programs at Idaho's four-year universities for those students desiring to teach children in kindergarten through grade 3.

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Early Childhood Education Certificate (Intermediate)

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The Early Childhood Program, through a combination of classroom time and hands-on practicum, is designed to develop the skills, competencies, and knowledge necessary to provide quality care and education for typical and atypical children from ages 0-8. This program also prepares individuals for assessment for the nationally recognized Child Development Associate credential. Employment opportunities include such areas as child care, preschool teaching, kindergarten and primary school teacher's aide, and Head Start family educator. The Associate of Arts degree articulates into Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Education/Special Education programs at Idaho's four-year universities for those students desiring to teach children in kindergarten through grade 3.

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Early Childhood Education, A.A.

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The Early Childhood Program, through a combination of classroom time and hands-on practicum, is designed to develop the skills, competencies, and knowledge necessary to provide quality care and education for typical and atypical children from ages 0-8. This program also prepares individuals for assessment for the nationally recognized Child Development Associate credential. Employment opportunities include such areas as child care, preschool teaching, kindergarten and primary school teacher's aide, and Head Start family educator. The Associate of Arts degree articulates into Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Education/Special Education programs at Idaho's four-year universities for those students desiring to teach children in kindergarten through grade 3.

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Early Childhood Education, A.A.S.

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The Early Childhood Program, through a combination of classroom time and hands-on practicum, is designed to develop the skills, competencies, and knowledge necessary to provide quality care and education for typical and atypical children from ages 0-8. This program also prepares individuals for assessment for the nationally recognized Child Development Associate credential. Employment opportunities include such areas as child care, preschool teaching, kindergarten and primary school teacher's aide, and Head Start family educator. The Associate of Arts degree articulates into Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Education/Special Education programs at Idaho's four-year universities for those students desiring to teach children in kindergarten through grade 3.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Services Certificate (Basic)

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The Emergency Medical Services Program at the College of Southern Idaho offers training to enter the field of Emergency Medical Services. Basic Technical Certificate (BTC), Intermediate Technical Certificate (ITC), and an Associates of Applied Science (AAS) are available. All courses are approved by the State of Idaho EMS Bureau and successful graduates, who received a grade of 75% or higher in all EMSE courses, qualify to take the National Registry of EMTs Certification exams. These exams include the EMT, AEMT and Paramedic level certifications. Each plan of study coincides with a nation certification level. The BTC contains course work for the EMT certification level, while the ITC contains coursework for the AEMT course work. An AAS contains the necessary coursework to test for the national Paramedic certification.

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Emergency Medical Services certificate (Intermediate)

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The Emergency Medical Services Program at the College of Southern Idaho offers training to enter the field of Emergency Medical Services. Basic Technical Certificate (BTC), Intermediate Technical Certificate (ITC), and an Associates of Applied Science (AAS) are available. All courses are approved by the State of Idaho EMS Bureau and successful graduates, who received a grade of 75% or higher in all EMSE courses, qualify to take the National Registry of EMTs Certification exams. These exams include the EMT, AEMT and Paramedic level certifications. Each plan of study coincides with a nation certification level. The BTC contains course work for the EMT certification level, while the ITC contains coursework for the AEMT course work. An AAS contains the necessary coursework to test for the national Paramedic certification.

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Emergency Medical Services, A.A.S.

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The Emergency Medical Services Program at the College of Southern Idaho offers training to enter the field of Emergency Medical Services. Basic Technical Certificate (BTC), Intermediate Technical Certificate (ITC), and an Associates of Applied Science (AAS) are available. All courses are approved by the State of Idaho EMS Bureau and successful graduates, who received a grade of 75% or higher in all EMSE courses, qualify to take the National Registry of EMTs Certification exams. These exams include the EMT, AEMT and Paramedic level certifications. Each plan of study coincides with a nation certification level. The BTC contains course work for the EMT certification level, while the ITC contains coursework for the AEMT course work. An AAS contains the necessary coursework to test for the national Paramedic certification.

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Firefighter

Fire Science Certificate (Intermediate)

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The Fire Science program builds a foundation of the essential skills needed to work in the fire industry. By incorporating a comprehensive curriculum of fire prevention and fire protection, the program of study takes a multi-professional approach to policy integration and academic preparation in specialized fire service equipment and apparatus applications. This degree meets the educational needs of both those who desire to become firefighters and those currently employed in the field who are looking to advance their knowledge base. The program provides opportunity for students to earn multiple fire service credentials.

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Fire Science, A.A.S.

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The Fire Science program builds a foundation of the essential skills needed to work in the fire industry. By incorporating a comprehensive curriculum of fire prevention and fire protection, the program of study takes a multi-professional approach to policy integration and academic preparation in specialized fire service equipment and apparatus applications. This degree meets the educational needs of both those who desire to become firefighters and those currently employed in the field who are looking to advance their knowledge base. The program provides opportunity for students to earn multiple fire service credentials.

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Fire Service Technology, A.A.S.

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Leading to an associate of applied science degree, the Fire Service Technology program is designed to upgrade the skills and knowledge of volunteer and paid firefighters in all phases of fire fighting. The intent of this program is to provide firefighters with the latest technology needed to save lives and protect property in a safe and efficient manner. Participants must be members of paid or volunteer fire departments because specific activities in these courses require access to facilities and equipment located at fire departments. Courses are delivered through local fire departments, on demand, when sufficient enrollment is secured.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts Certificate (Basic)

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The Culinary Arts program is a technical program resulting in an Associate of Applied Science. This program provides culinary and hospitality education designed to prepare students for the many positions in the hospitality industry. Students will gain skills and knowledge in food preparation, nutrition, menu planning, sanitation, equipment operation, inventory control, purchasing, and front-of-the-house customer service skills.

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Culinary Arts Certificate (Intermediate)

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The Culinary Arts program is a technical program resulting in an Associate of Applied Science. This program provides culinary and hospitality education designed to prepare students for the many positions in the hospitality industry. Students will gain skills and knowledge in food preparation, nutrition, menu planning, sanitation, equipment operation, inventory control, purchasing, and front-of-the-house customer service skills.

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Culinary Arts, A.A.S.

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The Culinary Arts program is a technical program resulting in an Associate of Applied Science. This program provides culinary and hospitality education designed to prepare students for the many positions in the hospitality industry. Students will gain skills and knowledge in food preparation, nutrition, menu planning, sanitation, equipment operation, inventory control, purchasing, and front-of-the-house customer service skills.

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Energy Industry

Power Generation Technician

Diesel Technology A.A.S.

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The Diesel Mechanics program is designed to teach the student in the areas of construction equipment

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Diesel Technology Certificate (Intermediate)

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The Diesel Mechanics program is designed to teach the student in the areas of construction equipment

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Solar Energy Technician

Renewable Energy Systems, A.A.S.

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Graduates successfully completing the Renewable Energy Systems Technology Program will be equipped to fill the need for workers thoroughly and specifically trained in industrial safety and in the areas of industrial electricity, mechanical drives, electric motors, hydraulics, programmable logic controllers for the maintenance and troubleshooting of industrial systems. Additionally, graduates of this program will be qualified to install, maintain, and troubleshoot solar and wind energy systems. The broad range of skills gained through hands-on experience prepare students for success in many industries, including manufacturing, food processing, and renewable energy. This program will deliver instruction in both lecture and laboratory formats.

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Renewable Energy Systems, A.A.S.

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Graduates successfully completing the Renewable Energy Systems Technology Program will be equipped to fill the need for workers thoroughly and specifically trained in industrial safety and in the areas of industrial electricity, mechanical drives, electric motors, hydraulics, programmable logic controllers for the maintenance and troubleshooting of industrial systems. Additionally, graduates of this program will be qualified to install, maintain, and troubleshoot solar and wind energy systems. The broad range of skills gained through hands-on experience prepare students for success in many industries, including manufacturing, food processing, and renewable energy. This program will deliver instruction in both lecture and laboratory formats.

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Network Systems Technitian, A.A.S.

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Student will gain skills that should prepare them to pass industry certification exams including Microsoft, Cisco, and CompTIA. Successful completers will be a valuable asset to corporate IT departments that utilize Microsoft networks, or Cisco routers and switches, and PC computing hardware and software. Students will complete a Technical Skills Assessment to demonstrate program competency.

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IT Support Specialist

Network Systems Technitian, A.A.S.

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Student will gain skills that should prepare them to pass industry certification exams including Microsoft, Cisco, and CompTIA. Successful completers will be a valuable asset to corporate IT departments that utilize Microsoft networks, or Cisco routers and switches, and PC computing hardware and software. Students will complete a Technical Skills Assessment to demonstrate program competency.

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Contact Phone Number

208-733-9554

Address

315 Falls Ave.
Twin Falls, ID 83301
United States