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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automation Engineer Technology, A.A.S.

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Automation Engineering Technologists provide technical support to engineers and professionals working with automated systems. These technicians develop, calibrate, modify, and maintain these systems. Technicians may be employed to support numerous industries that utilize automation and/or robotics.

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Automotive Technology Certificate (A)

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The Automotive Technology Certificate (A) at Hutchinson Community College prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, service, and maintain all types of automobiles, including instruction in brake systems, electrical systems, engine performance, engine repair, suspension and steering, automatic and manual transmissions and drive trains, and heating and air-conditioning systems.

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Automotive Technology Certificate (B)

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This program prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, service, and maintain all types of automobiles, including instruction in brake systems, electrical systems, engine performance, engine repair, suspension and steering, automatic and manual transmissions and drive trains, and heating and air conditioning systems. Automotive service technicians and mechanics work for retail and wholesale dealers, independent repair shops, and service facilities at department or automotive supply stores. Others are employed in gasoline service stations, rental car companies, and government agencies; some are self-employed. Auto mechanic skills are also in demand in industrial environments.

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Automotive Technology, A.A.S.

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This program prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, service, and maintain all types of automobiles, including instruction in brake systems, electrical systems, engine performance, engine repair, suspension and steering, automatic and manual transmissions and drive trains, and heating and air conditioning systems.Automotive service technicians and mechanics work for retail and wholesale dealers, independent repair shops, and service facilities at department or automotive supply stores. Others are employed in gasoline service stations, rental car companies, and government agencies; some are self-employed. Auto mechanic skills are also in demand in industrial environments.

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Auto Body Technician

Automotive Collision and Repair Certificate

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Collision repair is one of the largest automotive industries today. The number of motor vehicles, as well as the number damaged in accidents, continues to grow in line with the Nation’s population. Opportunities include jobs at new and used car dealerships, independent shops, equipment manufacturers, insurance companies, paint and equipment suppliers, and automobile graphics companies. Additionally, individuals with collision repair skills are in demand in manufacturing.

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Automotive Collision and Repair, A.A.S.

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Collision repair is one of the largest automotive industries today. The number of motor vehicles, as well as the number damaged in accidents, continues to grow in line with the Nation’s population. Opportunities include jobs at new and used car dealerships, independent shops, equipment manufacturers, insurance companies, paint and equipment suppliers, and automobile graphics companies. Additionally, individuals with collision repair skills are in demand in manufacturing.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Computer Drafting Technology, A.A.S.

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The Architectural CAD program provides knowledge of architectural styles, planning, construction and drafting techniques. This involves the creation of 3D buildings using Building Information Modeling (BIM) software and construction documents. Computer drafting technicians create technical drawings for architectural, electronic, civil engineering, aviation and manufacturing firms. These drawings are two or three dimensional and include specifications, dimensions, materials, mass properties and other data required for a project’s plans.

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Electrician

Construction - Electrical Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students for certification as electricians. Students first make application to the Electrical Workers Local Union for the apprenticeship portion of the curriculum. Applicants for apprenticeship are qualified based on criteria established by the Electrical Workers Local Union based in Hutchinson, Kansas.

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Carpenter

Construction, Residential CERT B

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With more than five million workers and $600 billion of new projects each year, construction is the largest private industry in the United States. Every construction project – from homes and commercial buildings to streets and bridges – includes an amazing variety of jobs. Among the opportunities are carpentry, concrete finishing, mechanical installation, estimating and project management.

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Construction, Residential, A.A.S.

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With more than five million workers and $600 billion of new projects each year, construction is the largest private industry in the United States. Every construction project – from homes and commercial buildings to streets and bridges – includes an amazing variety of jobs. Among the opportunities are carpentry, concrete finishing, mechanical installation, estimating and project management.

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HVAC Technician

Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Certificate

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This program covers installation, calibration and maintenance of heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems for residential and commercial buildings and industrial applications. Each application course includes a lab component. Heating and air conditioning systems control the temperature, humidity and air quality in residential, commercial and industrial buildings. Refrigeration systems ensure the safe storage of food, medicine and other perishable items. HVACR technicians install, maintain and repair such systems.

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Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Industrial Mechanical Maintenance Certificate

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This Manufacturing Engineering Technology certificate option builds the basic electrical/electronic, fluid power and mechanical skills identified as necessary by manufacturing employers. Industrial Maintenance Technicians may work in a variety of industries. These technicians apply technical skills to support the repair and maintenance of machinery and equipment such as engines and motors, conveyor systems, production machinery, etc.

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Welder

Welding Technology Certificate (A)

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This program prepares students to become metal welders and fabricators. Students apply principles of math, metallurgy and electricity to manufacturing processes. Most welders work in manufacturing industries that produce transportation equipment, industrial machinery and equipment, and fabricated metal products. Welders are also employed in the construction of buildings and bridges, and to join pipes in pipelines, power plants and refineries.

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Welding Technology Certificate (B)

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This program prepares students to become metal welders and fabricators. Students apply principles of math, metallurgy and electricity to manufacturing processes. Most welders work in manufacturing industries that produce transportation equipment, industrial machinery and equipment, and fabricated metal products. Welders are also employed in the construction of buildings and bridges, and to join pipes in pipelines, power plants and refineries.

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Welding Technology, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students to become metal welders and fabricators. Students apply principles of math, metallurgy and electricity to manufacturing processes. Most welders work in manufacturing industries that produce transportation equipment, industrial machinery and equipment, and fabricated metal products. Welders are also employed in the construction of buildings and bridges, and to join pipes in pipelines, power plants and refineries.

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer Support Specialist Certificate

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This program prepares students for a variety of computer-related positions. Software, hardware, networking and web expertise is needed in virtually all companies today. Virtually every business and industry needs computer support specialists to provide technical assistance and advice regarding hardware, software, systems and security. Computer support specialists resolve problems for computer users; install, maintain and update hardware and software; and maintain and secure systems and networks.

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Computer Support Specialist, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students for a variety of computer-related positions. Software, hardware, networking and web expertise is needed in virtually all companies today. Virtually every business and industry needs computer support specialists to provide technical assistance and advice regarding hardware, software, systems and security. Computer support specialists resolve problems for computer users; install, maintain and update hardware and software; and maintain and secure systems and networks.

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Networking Certificate

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Virtually every business and industry needs computer support specialists to provide technical assistance and advice regarding hardware, software, systems and security. Networking specialists design, install, and support an organization’s LAN, WAN, network segment, and Internet or Intranet system.

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Networking, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students for computer-related positions in networking. Expertise in networking is needed in virtually all companies today. Hutchinson Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The Higher Learning Commission is one of six regional institutional accreditors recognized by the US Department of Education and the Council on Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

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Networking-Emphasis in Security Certificate

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Every business and industry has cybersecurity needs. Cybersecurity specialists utilize a variety of methods to protect computer networks and information in a continually challenging environment. Computer forensics skills for successful digital investigations are also important.

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Networking-Emphasis in Security, A.A.S.

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Every business and industry has cybersecurity needs. Cybersecurity specialists utilize a variety of methods to protect computer networks and information in a continually challenging environment. Computer forensics skills for successful digital investigations are also important.

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Support Specialist Certificate

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This program prepares students for a variety of computer-related positions. Software, hardware, networking and web expertise is needed in virtually all companies today. Virtually every business and industry needs computer support specialists to provide technical assistance and advice regarding hardware, software, systems and security. Computer support specialists resolve problems for computer users; install, maintain and update hardware and software; and maintain and secure systems and networks.

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Computer Support Specialist, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students for a variety of computer-related positions. Software, hardware, networking and web expertise is needed in virtually all companies today. Virtually every business and industry needs computer support specialists to provide technical assistance and advice regarding hardware, software, systems and security. Computer support specialists resolve problems for computer users; install, maintain and update hardware and software; and maintain and secure systems and networks.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Support Specialist Certificate

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This program prepares students for a variety of computer-related positions. Software, hardware, networking and web expertise is needed in virtually all companies today. Virtually every business and industry needs computer support specialists to provide technical assistance and advice regarding hardware, software, systems and security. Computer support specialists resolve problems for computer users; install, maintain and update hardware and software; and maintain and secure systems and networks.

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Computer Support Specialist, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students for a variety of computer-related positions. Software, hardware, networking and web expertise is needed in virtually all companies today. Virtually every business and industry needs computer support specialists to provide technical assistance and advice regarding hardware, software, systems and security. Computer support specialists resolve problems for computer users; install, maintain and update hardware and software; and maintain and secure systems and networks.

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Data Security Management

Networking-Emphasis in Security Certificate

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Every business and industry has cybersecurity needs. Cybersecurity specialists utilize a variety of methods to protect computer networks and information in a continually challenging environment. Computer forensics skills for successful digital investigations are also important.

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Networking-Emphasis in Security, A.A.S.

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Every business and industry has cybersecurity needs. Cybersecurity specialists utilize a variety of methods to protect computer networks and information in a continually challenging environment. Computer forensics skills for successful digital investigations are also important.

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Software Developer

Web Development, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students for computer-related positions in web technologies. Expertise in web technologies is needed in virtually all companies today. Web developers design, build and maintain websites, using authoring or scripting languages, content creation tools, management tools and digital media. They may write or edit webpage content, or direct others in updating or producing content.

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Public Service Industry

EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Science - Paramedic, A.A.S.

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The Paramedic program is designed for individuals interested in providing care to patients in the pre-hospital setting at the advanced life-support level. The program will provide participants with opportunities to gain information, skills and attitudes necessary for certification and practice as paramedics in the state of Kansas. The program has been approved by the Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services. Applicants to the program must be certified EMTs.

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EMT Advanced Certificate

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The Advanced EMT short-term program is designed for individuals interested in providing care to patients in the pre-hospital setting at the advanced life support level. This short-term program will provide participants with opportunities to gain information, skills, and attitudes necessary for certification and practice as AEMTs in the state of Kansas. The short-term program has been approved by the Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services. Students in the short-term program must be certified EMTs. Our lives often depend upon the quick, knowledgeable, skillful, and compassionate care of emergency medical personnel. Once dispatched to an incident by an Emergency Medical Dispatcher, Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), Advanced EMTs (AEMTs) and Paramedics take patient histories and make physical assessments to determine the nature of the illness or injury. They give appropriate medical care following strict guidelines. AEMTs bridge the skills and interventions gap, giving them a unique role in pre-hospital medicine. EMTs, AEMTs, and Paramedics use special equipment to immobilize patients before transporting them to hospitals. Upon arrival to the hospital, they report patient conditions to medical personnel.

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EMT Basic Certificate

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Firefighter

Fire Science Certificate (A)

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Firefighters may be called upon to put out a fire, treat injuries, or perform other vital functions. Frequently the first to respond to emergencies, most firefighters are trained in emergency medical procedures. Firefighters work in a variety of settings, including urban, suburban, industrial, and forests and grasslands. Firefighting training and tactics vary depending upon the environment.

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Fire Science Certificate (C)

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Firefighters may be called upon to put out a fire, treat injuries, or perform other vital functions. Frequently the first to respond to emergencies, most firefighters are trained in emergency medical procedures. Firefighters work in a variety of settings, including urban, suburban, industrial, and forests and grasslands. Firefighting training and tactics vary depending upon the environment.

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Fire Science, A.A.S.

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Firefighters may be called upon to put out a fire, treat injuries, or perform other vital functions. Frequently the first to respond to emergencies, most firefighters are trained in emergency medical procedures. Firefighters work in a variety of settings, including urban, suburban, industrial, and forests and grasslands. Firefighting training and tactics vary depending upon the environment.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Certificate

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Under the supervision of attorneys, paralegals, also called legal assistants, perform a wide range of tasks in legal offices. They schedule meetings and appointments, organize and maintain files (both electronic and paper), and conduct research and prepare legal documentation. In addition to law offices, paralegals are employed in court and government agencies, insurance companies, and corporate legal departments.

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Paralegal, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students for law-related employment, primarily in law firms. Federal, state and local governments, banks, real estate development companies and insurance companies also employ paralegals. A paralegal is not a lawyer but handles certain professional responsibilities under the supervision of a lawyer. Upon graduation, students may take the National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA) examination to become certified. Under the supervision of attorneys, paralegals, also called legal assistants, perform a wide range of tasks in legal offices. They schedule meetings and appointments, organize and maintain files (both electronic and paper), and conduct research and prepare legal documentation. In addition to law offices, paralegals are employed in court and government agencies, insurance companies, and corporate legal departments.

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Correctional Officer

Police Science- Law Enforcement Certificate

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This program is designed to prepare students interested in careers in criminal justice. Criminal justice is a broad field with professionals serving as law enforcement officers, probation and parole officers, correctional officers, correctional counselors, and other specialties at local, state and federal levels.

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Police Science- Law Enforcement, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to prepare students interested in careers in criminal justice. Criminal justice is a broad field with professionals serving as law enforcement officers, probation and parole officers, correctional officers, correctional counselors, and other specialties at local, state and federal levels.

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Police Officer

Police Science- Law Enforcement Certificate

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This program is designed to prepare students interested in careers in criminal justice. Criminal justice is a broad field with professionals serving as law enforcement officers, probation and parole officers, correctional officers, correctional counselors, and other specialties at local, state and federal levels.

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Police Science- Law Enforcement, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to prepare students interested in careers in criminal justice. Criminal justice is a broad field with professionals serving as law enforcement officers, probation and parole officers, correctional officers, correctional counselors, and other specialties at local, state and federal levels.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Health Information Management, A.A.S.

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This program provides instruction and clinical experience to assist in developing the technical skills necessary to become health information technicians. Health information technicians are responsible for the preparation, coordination, security and maintenance of health records in a variety of health-care settings. A good background in English, biological sciences, as well as an aptitude for detail, will help students achieve success. Courses leading to this degree are offered on campus and online. Each time a patient sees a health care practitioner, the health care practitioner records information, including observations, medical test results, the diagnosis and any plans for treatment. Health information technicians (HITs) organize and evaluate these records for completeness and accuracy. HITs are responsible for ensuring that all the necessary information is included in patient records, whether paper or computer. Sometimes, the technician speaks with physicians to clarify a diagnosis or to gather additional information. Technicians assign codes to each diagnosis and procedure by consulting classification manuals as well as using their knowledge of disease processes. These codes ultimately determine the payment that health care organizations receive from insurance programs and Medicare. HITs also use computers to tabulate and analyze data to help improve patient care, control costs, research legal actions and may be privacy officers. Duties vary with the size of each facility. In large facilities, technicians may specialize in one area of health information or supervise health information employees. In small facilities, the technician may perform a wide variety of tasks in the health information department.

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Healthcare Coding Specialist Certificate

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This program prepares students for coding positions in hospitals, clinics, ambulatory surgery centers, insurance companies and other settings where diagnostic and procedural data are coded in ICD-10-CM/PCS and CPT for reimbursement purposes. Courses leading to this certificate are offered on campus and online. Most credits in this program are fully applicable to the Health Information Technology Associate in Applied Science degree. Each time a patient sees a health care practitioner, the health care practitioner records information, including observations, medical test results, the diagnosis and any plans for treatment. Coding Specialists organize and evaluate these records for completeness and accuracy. Specialists are responsible for ensuring that all the necessary information is included in patient records, whether paper or computer. Sometimes, they speak with physicians to clarify a diagnosis or to gather additional information. Specialists assign codes to each diagnosis and procedure by consulting classification manuals as well as using their knowledge of disease processes. These codes ultimately determine the payment that health care organizations receive from insurance programs and Medicare. Duties may vary as some Coding Specialists act as auditors to check for accuracy of coding performed by others.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing- Practical Nurse Certifiate

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This program prepares students for entry-level positions as practical nurses. The program combines theory and practice emphasizing the roles of a practical nurse as a provider of care, manager of care, and member of the discipline of nursing. Graduates of the program are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN). Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) provide basic nursing care under the direct supervision of registered nurses and doctors. LPNs are in demand in several industries throughout the global workforce. Most LPNs work in healthcare facilities, including hospitals, doctors' offices, and long-term care facilities. Duties usually include providing routine care, observing patient's health, assisting doctors and registered nurses, and communicating with patients and their families.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy Certificate

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These individuals are responsible for the performance of venipunctures, capillary punctures, skin stick, arterial punctures, handling of blood, handling of test tubes, use of a centrifuge, wearing gloves, possibly wearing masks and gowns, dealing with a broad spectrum of the population, handling difficult, confused, resistant, or very young patients, and at times may work in an emergency setting or work with other professionals in an emergency code setting.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapist Assistant, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students to provide a rehabilitation program designed to improve the mobility and function of patients. Graduates will work alongside physical therapists in providing rehabilitation and services for people that are dealing with an injury or disability that is limiting their abilities to work or enjoy life. Physical Therapist Assistants (PTA) work as part of a team under the guidance and direction of a physical therapists. Physical therapist assistants provide patient treatments that improve mobility, relieve pain and reduce physical and functional limitations. Duties include assisting the physical therapist in implementing treatment programs to meet patient’s goals of recovery according to the physical therapist’s plan of care. They educate and instruct patients in exercise and activities of daily living, providing treatments using specialized equipment and administering modalities and other treatment procedures. PTA’s treat individuals of all ages, from newborns to the aging adult, who present with medical conditions that limit their functional abilities to move in their daily lives and to return living life. Patients include those dealing with neuromuscular, musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary and integumentary conditions in a variety of settings including outpatient, inpatient rehab, long-term care, home health and school settings. Physical therapist assistants record patient responses/outcomes of each treatment and make modifications in selected intervention either to progress the patient as directed by the physical therapist or to ensure patient safety and comfort.

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Radiology Technician

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students to become radiologic technologists. The program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) and is offered in cooperation with healthcare facilities approved by the JRCERT. The standards for educational programs are stated in the document entitled "Standards for an Accredited Program for Radiographer" which is available upon request. Radiologic Technology is a science which requires the Registered Radiologic Technologist or RT to use various medical diagnostic equipment to create images of patients bodies which help doctors diagnose and treat injuries and disease. The RT utilizes a combination of technical knowledge, knowledge of anatomy, radiation protection methods and human compassion to safely create quality medical images. “Diagnostic Radiography” includes a variety of diagnostic imaging procedures which use x-rays, a form of radiation energy, to create a medical image. An RT registered in Diagnostic Radiography or RT(R) performs procedures that create static and dynamic images of bones, soft tissue organs and the vascular system. RTs are employed by hospitals, medical clinics, mobile imaging services, government agencies and commercial sales organizations. RTs can expand their opportunities by specializing in other imaging disciplines beyond Diagnostic Radiography, including computerized tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine, sonography, radiation therapy or with advanced education a career as a radiologist assistant.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapist, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students to become respiratory therapists. Respiratory therapists perform diagnostic tests and provide treatments to patients with heart and breathing problems. Graduates of the program will be prepared for the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) exam(s). A respiratory therapist primary goal is for the prevention, education, treatment, management, and rehabilitation involving people with lung disorders. A respiratory therapist is involved in a variety of patient care areas including those requiring life saving measures, working side by side with nurses and doctors treating a variety of patients from the very young, born with immature lungs, to the elderly fighting chronic diseases. To assist patients in their care, a respiratory therapist also draws arterial blood gases and uses sophisticated equipment in the treatment and diagnosis of lung and cardiac disorders. We are often considered the experts in the field of ventilator management.

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technology, A.A.S.

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Surgical Technologists are integral members of the surgical team. They work closely with surgeons, anesthesiologists, registered nurses and others to deliver patient care before, during and after surgery. Surgical technologists function primarily in the sterile capacity, passing instruments and equipment to the surgeon during the surgical procedure. They are employed in operating rooms, delivery rooms, emergency departments, and ambulatory care areas.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Industrial Electrical Technology Certificate

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This Electronic Engineering Technology option prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of industrial engineers and managers. The certificate prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble, install, operate, maintain and repair electrical and electronic equipment used in industry and manufacturing. Technicians are employed in energy, food processing and aerospace industries, just to name a few.

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Machinist

Machine Technology Certificate (A)

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This program prepares students for entry into machining careers. Machinists produce customized, precision components for machinery. Students learn to read blueprints, utilize precision measurement tools, and operate machine tools, including drilling machines, lathes, milling machines, saws, grinders, and computer-controlled machines. Using lathes, milling machines and spindles, machinists make precision metal parts in machining shops or in manufacturing firms that produce durable goods, including metalworking and industrial machinery, aircraft, or motor vehicles. Computer-control programmers and operators use computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines to produce large quantities of product.

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Machine Technology Certificate (B)

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This program prepares students for entry into machining careers. Machinists produce customized, precision components for machinery. Students learn to read blueprints, utilize precision measurement tools, and operate machine tools, including drilling machines, lathes, milling machines, saws, grinders, and computer-controlled machines. Using lathes, milling machines and spindles, machinists make precision metal parts in machining shops or in manufacturing firms that produce durable goods, including metalworking and industrial machinery, aircraft, or motor vehicles. Computer-control programmers and operators use computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines to produce large quantities of product.

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Machine Technology, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students for entry into machining careers. Machinists produce customized, precision components for machinery. Students learn to read blueprints, utilize precision measurement tools, and operate machine tools, including drilling machines, lathes, milling machines, saws, grinders, and computer-controlled machines. Using lathes, milling machines and spindles, machinists make precision metal parts in machining shops or in manufacturing firms that produce durable goods, including metalworking and industrial machinery, aircraft, or motor vehicles. Computer-control programmers and operators use computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines to produce large quantities of product.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Manufacturing Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students to utilize knowledge of electrical and mechanical technology to install, maintain and repair equipment and machinery. Students learn troubleshooting skills to detect problems and correct them before they become costly. Manufacturing engineering technicians (METs) combine knowledge of electrical and mechanical technology to install, maintain and repair machinery. The machinery is often computer controlled. They must have the troubleshooting skills to detect minor problems and correct them before they become costly. METs use technical manuals, observation skills and their understanding of electrical, mechanical and electronic principles to discover the causes of problems. They may also assist management and engineers in developing, updating and maintaining manufacturing operations. METs are employed in every industry that requires equipment to function.

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Energy Industry

Wind Turbine Technician

Renewable Energy Technology Certificate

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This Manufacturing Engineering Technology certificate option develops competent technicians who, through their maintenance skills, optimize manufacturing facility and equipment operation, particularly those related to renewable energy sources. Renewable Energy Technicians ensure the functioning of equipment that collects, generates or distributes power through alternative means such as wind and solar.

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Solar Energy Technician

Renewable Energy Technology Certificate

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This Manufacturing Engineering Technology certificate option develops competent technicians who, through their maintenance skills, optimize manufacturing facility and equipment operation, particularly those related to renewable energy sources. Renewable Energy Technicians ensure the functioning of equipment that collects, generates or distributes power through alternative means such as wind and solar.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Visual Media Design - Emphasis in Graphic Design/Web Technologies, A.A.S.

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This program is an integration of several academic and vocational disciplines giving special emphasis to cross-platform training in visual communication, particularly graphic design and web technologies. Visual Communications includes courses in art, design, computer technology, digital video and photography, design of the written word, and small business training, all of which provide the student with an excellent foundation and employment opportunities.

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Electrician

Construction - Electrical Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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Contact Phone Number

620-665-3500

Address

1300 N Plum St
Hutchinson, KS 67501
United States