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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Technology, A.A.S.

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The Automotive Technology program is an ASE certified two-year program that trains you to work on a variety of vehicle makes and models. Automotive Technology combines classroom learning with hands-on experience. The shop is equipped with the latest electronic test equipment to help you diagnose automotive problems. Once you’ve identified the problem, you’ll actually work on the vehicle to make the right adjustments. After completing the program, you can immediately enter the workforce or continue your education by transferring to a four-year college or university.
Students entering the program should have mechanical aptitude and be interested in mechanical work. Students must provide their own tools for use throughout the course of study.

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Powered Equipment Technology, A.A.S.

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The Diesel Technician certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in heavy diesel mechanics.

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Truck Driver

Truck Driver Training Program Certificate

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Tractor trailer drivers are prepared to take the Illinois Secretary of State administered Class A Road Test, which results in a Commercial Drivers License (CDL). Drivers with CDLs are employed by a variety of trucking industry companies. Subjects covered include trucking and transport regulations, reporting, map reading and trip planning, as well as driving techniques. The program consists of 40 hours of classroom lecture and 120 hours of "yard" work (backing skills and pre-trip inspections), and on the road experience.

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Certificate

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The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Certificate is designed to provide students with hands-on networking experience in associate-level technologies that focuses on core routing and switching. Instruction includes, but is not limited to networking standards, LAN protocols, WAN protocols, cabling standards, IP addressing, and various routing protocols. The certificate is career-focused and certification aligned aimed at helping students prepare for entry-level networking opportunities.

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Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Certificate

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The Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Certificate is designed to provide students with hands-on networking experience in enterprise-level networking that develops an advanced understanding of routing and switching technologies. Instruction includes, but is not limited to advanced knowledge of routing protocols, LAN protocols, WAN protocols, and further hands-on experience with enterprise-level network devices and their configurations. The certificate is career-focused and certification aligned aimed at helping students prepare for professional-level networking opportunities.

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Cisco Networking Specialist, A.A.S.

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ICC’s Cisco Networking Specialist program can lead to achieving highly-sought after Cisco certifications – an impressive addition to your resume, which can open the door to an exhilarating and opportunity-rich future. In order to get you ready for a career in networking you have to know more than just concepts. At ICC we understand this and that’s why we have one of the most state of the art learning labs to give you hands-on experience using physical enterprise-level equipment. The Cisco Networking Specialist program is designed to provide students with hands-on networking experience in enterprise-level networking that develops an advanced understanding of routing and switching technologies. Students will receive best in-class instruction from professors who have taught future employers.

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Network Administrator, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Associate in Applied Science Network Administrator program of study is to prepare students for employment as network administrators, through training to install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot network operating systems as well as how to install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot network connectivity devices, in Windows and Unix operating systems, as well as Cisco switches and routers.

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Networking Certificate

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The mission of the Networking Certificate is to offer students a working knowledge of the principles, techniques, and skills required to set up and maintain a networking environment, so that individuals following this sequence of courses are prepared for employment or enhancement of their skills as a network technician or network administrator.

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Information Security Analyst

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Certificate

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The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Certificate is designed to provide students with hands-on networking experience in associate-level technologies that focuses on core routing and switching. Instruction includes, but is not limited to networking standards, LAN protocols, WAN protocols, cabling standards, IP addressing, and various routing protocols. The certificate is career-focused and certification aligned aimed at helping students prepare for entry-level networking opportunities.

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Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Certificate

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The Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Certificate is designed to provide students with hands-on networking experience in enterprise-level networking that develops an advanced understanding of routing and switching technologies. Instruction includes, but is not limited to advanced knowledge of routing protocols, LAN protocols, WAN protocols, and further hands-on experience with enterprise-level network devices and their configurations. The certificate is career-focused and certification aligned aimed at helping students prepare for professional-level networking opportunities.

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Cisco Networking Specialist, A.A.S.

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ICC’s Cisco Networking Specialist program can lead to achieving highly-sought after Cisco certifications – an impressive addition to your resume, which can open the door to an exhilarating and opportunity-rich future. In order to get you ready for a career in networking you have to know more than just concepts. At ICC we understand this and that’s why we have one of the most state of the art learning labs to give you hands-on experience using physical enterprise-level equipment. The Cisco Networking Specialist program is designed to provide students with hands-on networking experience in enterprise-level networking that develops an advanced understanding of routing and switching technologies. Students will receive best in-class instruction from professors who have taught future employers.

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Network Administrator, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Associate in Applied Science Network Administrator program of study is to prepare students for employment as network administrators, through training to install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot network operating systems as well as how to install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot network connectivity devices, in Windows and Unix operating systems, as well as Cisco switches and routers.

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Networking Certificate

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The mission of the Networking Certificate is to offer students a working knowledge of the principles, techniques, and skills required to set up and maintain a networking environment, so that individuals following this sequence of courses are prepared for employment or enhancement of their skills as a network technician or network administrator.

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Software Developer

Computer Programming and Database Development Certificate

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The mission of the Computer Programming and Database Development Certificate is to provide students with a working knowledge of the principles, techniques, and skills to program in a computer environment, so that individuals following this sequence of courses are prepared for entry-level employment or enhancement of their skills as a computer programmer.

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Computer Programming and Database Development, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Associate in Applied Science Computer Programming and Database Development degree is to prepare students for computer programming positions through instruction of in-depth programming skills in two different programming languages, so that the variety of computer platforms and languages available allow students diversification to meet their personal and career interests.

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Secure Software Development, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Secure Software Associate in Applied Science program is to prepare students for employment in secure software development by educating them in the fundamental concepts of computer programming, software assurance and database development.

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Web Developer Certificate

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The mission of the Web Developer Certificate program is to instruct students in the advanced programming and scripting of websites and mobile apps for business and industry using web standards and responsive design.

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Web Systems, A.A.S.

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Illinois Central College has been developing students into future web developers and designers since 1999. We are a World Organization of Webmasters Web Professional Academy . Web Professional Academy College Partners offer Web Professional degrees that represent a comprehensive “peer review” and WebProfessionals.org Web Professional Academy review process vetting the curriculum, learning objectives and instructor training and certifications. Here students will learn the skills and knowledge needed to maintain corporate intranet, extranet, and Internet web sites.

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IT Support Specialist

Network Administrator, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Associate in Applied Science Network Administrator program of study is to prepare students for employment as network administrators, through training to install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot network operating systems as well as how to install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot network connectivity devices, in Windows and Unix operating systems, as well as Cisco switches and routers.

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Manufacturing Industry

Machinist

CNC Machine Operator Certificate

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The CNC program provides the basic skills required for individuals seeking entry-level employment as a CNC (computer numerical control) machine operator in a manufacturing facility. Individuals will gain skills in blueprint reading, precision measurement, machining, and CNC machine operation. Individuals will learn to operate manual milling machines, lathes, and grinders and produce parts within tolerances specified on blueprints. Individuals will also learn basic CNC programming, data input, and CNC machine setup and operation.

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Machine Tool Technology, A.A.S.

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The Machine Tool Technology program has been developed as an employment avenue for students who seek a career in skilled trades. This program provides education and training courses that are usually a part of a formal tool and die maker apprenticeship. A graduate of the program is ready to then complete the on-the-job work experience through his employer that will lead to journeyman status and certification by the U.S. Department of Labor. Students will be introduced to potential employers over the course of the program, and the student will intern at a local metal-machining company that employs apprentices. On completion of this program, the formal education and training components of an apprenticeship will be satisfied, with on-the-job training remaining after becoming employed as an apprentice.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Industrial Electrical Technology, A.A.S.

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Industrial electricians work with electrical circuits, analog and digital electronics, microprocessors and microcomputers, motors and controls. They may build, troubleshoot, and maintain complex control and instrumentation systems and must be able to communicate effectively. The Industrial Electrical Technology curriculum at Illinois Central College will prepare you for these tasks.

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Industrial Electrical Technology, A.A.S.

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Industrial electricians work with electrical circuits, analog and digital electronics, microprocessors and microcomputers, motors and controls. They may build, troubleshoot, and maintain complex control and instrumentation systems and must be able to communicate effectively. The Industrial Electrical Technology curriculum at Illinois Central College will prepare you for these tasks.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Industrial Maintenance Certificate

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The Industrial Maintenance Certificate program of study prepares graduates for technical positions in the expanding field of electrical/mechanical systems installation and service. A person interested in pursuing education and employment in this area should have high mechanical aptitude. This program is also intended for the individual who wishes to upgrade skills or to prepare for a career as a multi-skilled maintenance technician.

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Industrial Maintenance Technology, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Industrial Maintenance Technology Associate in Applied Science degree program is to use lecture and hands-on laboratory experience to prepare the graduate for employment in industry/business as an electro-mechanical maintenance technician by educating them in the knowledge, skills, and behaviors as an industrial maintenance technician.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Manufacturing Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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As a Manufacturing Engineering Technology graduate, you work as a technician, engineering aide, or first-line supervisor in production, quality control, purchasing, and industrial relations. You solve manufacturing problems, prepare product specifications, study ways to improve efficiency and supervise production workers.

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Construction Industry

HVAC Technician

Commercial Refrigeration Technician Certificate

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The Commercial Refrigeration Technician Certificate program will provide students with the knowledge and skills pertaining to the maintenance and repair of ice machines as well as both medium and low-temperature walk-ins, reach-ins, and supermarket refrigeration. Previous experience in refrigeration is not required to enter the program.

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HVAC Residential Installer Certificate

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The Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Residential Installer certificate program will provide students with the knowledge and skills to understand and follow the manufacturer’s specifications when installing basic residential heating and air conditioning equipment as well as the skills to complete the installation. Students will learn the theory of residential heating and cooling through extensive lab experiences as well as lectures.

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HVAC Technician Certificate

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The HVAC Technician certificate program will provide students with the knowledge and skills pertaining to the maintenance and repair of air conditioning systems as well as the following heating systems: natural gas, propane, electric, air source heat pumps, and geothermal heating systems.
The Residential Installer certificate is required to enter this program. Students must complete the Academic Placement Test before admission into this program.

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HVAC/R Technology, A.A.S.

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The Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology (HVAC/R) program trains technicians to install, maintain, and repair residential, commercial, and industrial refrigeration and air conditioning systems. They follow blueprints, design specifications, and manufacturers instructions to install motors, compressors, condensing units, and evaporators, connect equipment to ductwork, refrigerant lines and electrical power sources, charge the system with refrigerant, and check for proper operation. Technicians also diagnose problems, test and overhaul compressors, relays, and thermostats, and do require chlorofluor-carbon refrigerants and all the new refrigerants used in air conditioning and refrigeration systems. They use a variety of pipe cutters, benders, acetylene torches, voltmeters, thermometers, pressure gauges, and manometers to check air flow, refrigerant pressure electrical circuits.

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Architectural Drafter

Computer-Aided Mechanical Drafting Certificate

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This certificate program is designed to provide individuals interested in a career in mechanical drafting with entry-level skills on a computer-aided drafting system. CAD drafting is explored using the latest version of AutoCad® for 2-dimensional drafting and Pro-Engineer® for 3-dimensional parametric solid modeling. Knowledge of manufacturing processes, welding processes, and dimensional metrology are included. It will also provide an opportunity for upgrading technical skills needed in the associate or baccalaureate degree programs. Math skills equivalent to two years of high school algebra and one year of high school geometry are required for admission to the program. These courses are available at the College for applicants who need to upgrade their math skills.

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Mechanical Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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The role of the Mechanical Engineering Technologist in the industry is quite varied. They are often employed in the design office of a manufacturer. Some entry-level graduates construct computer graphic models of machines or parts. The career path of these graduates could lead to job titles of senior designer or design supervisor. Mechanical Engineering Technologists also work in product support, solving design-related problems, as service information technologists, write and develop service and repair instructions, applications engineers, who help equipment manufacturers design the correct bearings, pumps, motors, etc. into a wide range of products. Students develop a strong foundation in CAD software, analytical and rational problem-solving skills, taking courses in mathematics, science, and machine design. Students can receive a bachelor’s degree in Engineering Technology by transferring to Bradley University or one of several Illinois state universities.

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Welder

Production Welder Certificate

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The mission of the Production Welder certificate program is to prepare students with the knowledge and skills pertaining to gas metal arc welding processes for employment as an entry-level welder. This certificate program provides minimum coursework and laboratory practice for individuals gaining MIG (GMAW) welding skills required by local employers for entry-level production welding skills. Students focus on the theory and practice associated with production welding in a manufacturing setting.

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Welding Operator Certificate

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The Welding Operator Certificate consists of twelve semester hours of instruction. Upon completion of this program, the graduate is prepared for employment as an entry-level welder.

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Welding Specialist Certificate

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The Welding Specialist Certificate includes thirty semester hours of study and can be completed by the full-time student in two semesters. It provides additional welding skills, as well as enrichment in related areas such as drafting, machine trades, industrial safety, and mathematics.

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Welding Technology, A.A.S.

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The Welding Technology curriculum can be completed by a full-time student in two years and results in an Associate in Applied Science Degree. In addition to developing welding skills, the program includes a technical background in such areas as metallurgy, physics, and electricity, as well as a survey of industry-related practices.

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Healthcare Industry

Radiology Tech

Computed Tomography Certificate

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The mission of the Computed Tomography Program is to prepare knowledgeable and skilled entry-level CT technologists to meet the needs of the medical community.

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Radiographer, A.A.S.

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Radiographers are medical personnel who perform diagnostic imaging examinations using x-rays. They are educated in anatomy, patient positioning, examination techniques, equipment protocols, radiation safety, radiation protection and basic patient care. They may specialize in a specific imaging technique, such as bone densitometry, cardiovascular-interventional technology, computed tomography, mammography, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, or sonography. The radiologic technologists who specialize in radiation therapy, which is the delivery of high doses of radiation to treat cancer and other diseases, are radiation therapists and medical dosimetrists. This six-semester program instructs healthcare professionals in diagnostic x-ray techniques. Graduates are prepared to perform a variety of functions in medical imaging departments of hospitials, clinics, and other health care facilities.
To pursue this career, you must enjoy math and science, be a caring, compassionate person, be very precise about your work and be able to communicate effectively. Coursework is taken on the ICC campuses with extensive clinical experience provided at Unity Point – Methodist, Unity Point – Proctor, and Pekin Hospital, under qualified supervision. During the 23-month educational period, students will participate in 1,600-1,700 clock hours of clinical experience including evenings and weekends.

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Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygienist, A.A.S.

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The dental hygienist works under the supervision of the dentist in dental offices and other health agencies by performing duties delegated by the dentist in accordance with the Illinois Dental Practice Act or other applicable state practice acts. Duties include cleaning teeth, exposing x-rays, providing oral healthcare instructions to patients, maintaining patient records, etc. Students receive extensive clinical experiences in the Illinois Central College Dental Hygiene Clinic and selected agencies. Graduates are eligible to take the National Board Dental Hygiene Examination and a regional/state examination for registration as a Dental Hygienist in Illinois, and other states.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Licensed Practical Nurse Certificate

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The Practical Nursing Program at Illinois Central College is designed to prepare the nursing graduate to give nursing care to patients at the bedside under the direction of a registered nurse, licensed physician, dentist, or podiatrist. You monitor vital signs including temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration. Additional duties include change dressings, preparing and giving injections, assisting patients with personal hygiene, and meeting their emotional needs. In some instances, such as in nursing homes, licensed practical nurses evaluate residents’ needs, develop care plans, and supervise nursing aides.
Our program consists of two semesters and one summer session. Upon successful completion of the program, you will receive a Certificate in Practical Nursing, which makes you eligible to write the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-PN) for licensed practical nurses and apply for licensure as a practical nurse.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Certificate

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The practice of medical assisting directly influences the public’s health and well-being, and requires mastery of a complex body of knowledge and specialized skills requiring both formal education and practical experience. Medical assistants are multi-skilled health professionals specifically educated to work in ambulatory settings performing administrative and clinical duties such as assessing patient’s vital signs and histories, preparing patients for procedures, assisting the physician with examinations and treatments, collecting and processing specimens, performing selected diagnostic tests, performing electrocardiograms, and administration of medications as directed by the physician.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Coder Certificate

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The Medical Coder Certificate is intended to provide students with entry-level skills needed to gain employment as a medical coder. This program will prepare students to gain a working knowledge of medical language and the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) coding system skills used to determine and secure appropriate reimbursement for services rendered by health care providers. This program can be completed in approximately three (3) semesters of study as outlined below. Upon completion, students can expect to be employed in a variety of health care settings such as hospitals, physician offices, billing services, and insurance companies. After completion of the program the graduate is eligible to sit for national certification.

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Laboratory Technician

Medical Laboratory Technician, A.A.S.

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Under the supervision of Medical Laboratory Scientists, MLTs perform most of the common laboratory tests in a medical laboratory. They examine and analyze body fluids and cells. They look for bacteria, parasites, and other microorganisms; analyze the chemical content of fluids; match blood for transfusion; and test for drug levels in the blood that show how a patient is responding to treatment. The MLTs use microscopes, cell counters, and other high-tech, computer-operated laboratory equipment. After testing and examining the samples, they analyze the results and relay them to the physicians. Those test results help doctors determine the right treatments for patients — and occasionally lead to extraordinary breakthroughs.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Nursing Assistant Program Certificate

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This program is intended to provide entry-level skills for those individuals seeking employment as a nurse assistant. Lecture/laboratory hours in addition to clinical experience are included in the program. The nurse assistant, under the direction and supervision of a registered nurse or LPN, functions as a member of the healthcare team in a nursing home, hospital or home health care setting. Theory and practical application in basic nursing skills, observation, and reporting of client/resident signs and symptoms, safety and communication skills are presented. Coursework is taken at Illinois Central College campuses or other offsite locations. Scheduled clinical experience is provided in the area’s long-term care facilities or hospitals. Graduates are eligible to apply to take the Nurse Aide Competency Evaluation Program (NACEP) and become certified in the State of Illinois.

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Occupational Therapy Assistant

Occupational Therapy Assistant, A.A.S.

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The occupational therapy assistant works under the direction of an occupational therapist. Occupational therapy provides rehabilitation for people with mental, physical, emotional, or developmental impairments. As an occupational therapy assistant, you’ll be a member of a health care team whose goal is to help people improve the quality of their lives by overcoming or compensating for limitations they may have.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomist Certificate

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Phlebotomists are employed in hospital laboratories, physician clinics, and other health care institutions to perform the collection of blood specimens by venipuncture and micropuncture techniques. Theory and practice in phlebotomy skills are studied in addition to ethical and legal responsibilities, effective communication skills, and safe practices. Successful completion of the program will allow the graduate to seek employment as a phlebotomist and be eligible to take an appropriate phlebotomy certification examination.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapist Assistant, A.A.S.

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The physical therapist assistant (PTA) is a skilled health care professional who works under the direction and supervision of a physical therapist. The PTA participates as a team member, contributing to total patient care by performing a variety of activities designed to restore physical function and prevent disability of patients of all ages. The program is accredited by the Commission of Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE).
Program graduates find employment in a variety of settings including long-term care facilities, hospitals, school system, outpatient clinics, and home care agencies.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapist, A.A.S.

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The respiratory therapist specializes in the application of scientific knowledge and theory to practical clinical problems of respiratory care. The respiratory therapist is qualified to assume primary clinical responsibility for all respiratory care modalities, including responsibilities involved in supervision of certified respiratory therapist functions. Further, the therapist is capable of serving as a technical resource person to the physician with regard to current practices in respiratory care and the hospital staff in regard to effective and safe methods of administering respiratory care.
Graduates are eligible to take both certification and registry exams prepared by the National Board for Respiratory Care to become both Certified (CRT) and a Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT).
Students in this program will experience first hand leading edge instructional technology; instruction in current medical practices; and receive dynamic hands-on clinical experience.

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technologist, A.A.S.

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The Surgical Technologist is responsible for planning and facilitating the surgical environment of assigned cases providing professional intra-operative expertise to a wide variety of surgical diagnoses. In doing so, demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide patient care that is appropriate to the ages of the patient served (age newborn through adult). Each student receives a variety of clinical experiences in all the surgical specialties at two to three Bloomington/Peoria hospitals. Procedures may include and are not limited to: Pediatrics, Thoracic, Kidney Transplant, Pancreas Transplant, Multiple Organ Procurement, Vascular, Interventional Radiology, Orthopaedics, Labor and Delivery, Neuro, EENT, Urology, advanced laparoscopy, Bariatrics, General, Gyne, Plastics, Dental, Oncology, Robotics, Laser, Endoscopy…
Qualified instructors and/or preceptors are with students at each clinical location.
Courses include study of basic patient care practices, aseptic technique, surgical anatomy, surgical procedures, working as a team, communication skills, ethical/legal aspects of safe patient care, and surgical supplies and instruments. Today’s Surgical Technologist also must know how to assemble and trouble shoot high tech equipment and instrumentation. ICC’s program is a fast paced demanding curriculum requiring higher order thinking processes. There is a requirement that all missed clinical and lab times are made-up. For the current 8 and 10 credit hour courses, students are scheduled in lab or class 22-24 hours per week. Students are advised to work less than 20 hours per week and to complete the anatomy and physiology and medical terminology requirement prior to beginning the SURTK sequence.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts Management Certificate

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The mission of the Culinary Arts Certificate program is to prepare students for entry level employment in the restaurant industry by educating them in the fundamental concepts, knowledge, and hands-on techniques and skills of the restaurant industry.

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Culinary Arts Management, A.A.S.

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If you love to cook and want to turn your passion for food into a career that you always wanted, then now is the time to get started. At ICC, we will take your passion for cooking and teach you the skills you need to work in a professional kitchen. Becoming a chef takes leadership, people skills and the ability to manage and organize a kitchen. ICC faculty work to build fundamental traits of integrity and responsibility in students. ICC has a very high placement rate with businesses, both locally and nationwide. Students will have the opportunity to participate in catering events, fundraisers and many other extracurricular activities to give them the experience needed to find work in the area.
Cooking professionally is a challenging career field, but if you have a passion and drive, then ICC will give you the tools needed to be successful in a very rewarding career.

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Restaurant Management, A.A.S.

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The Mission of the Restaurant Management Associate in Applied Science Degree program is to prepare students for employment in the restaurant industry by educating them in the fundamental concepts, knowledge, and hands-on techniques and skills of the restaurant industry.

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Energy Industry

Power Generation Technician

Diesel Powered Equipment Technology, A.A.S.

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The Diesel Technician certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in heavy diesel mechanics.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Digital Imaging Certificate

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The Digital Imaging Certificate is one of four certificates that can be earned while working towards the Digital Publishing Certificate or Graphic Communications Associate in Applied Science degree.

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Digital Publishing Certificate

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If you are interested in logos, illustrations, advertisements or want to learn how to communicate visually then the Illinois Central College Graphic Communications Program is for you! Since 1972, the Graphic Communication and Digital Publishing department at Illinois Central College has provided the resources and training essential to helping individuals take the next step in their education. Students can earn an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Graphic Communication/Digital Publishing or take a more narrow focus with one of our many certificates in Digital Publishing.

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Graphic Communications, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Graphic Communications Associate in Applied Science degree program is to prepare students for employment in the graphic communications industry by educating them in the fundamental concepts, knowledge, and hands-on techniques and skills for page layout, web page development, packaging, screen printing, and digital publishing workflows.

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iMedia Certificate

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The mission of the iMedia certificate program is to prepare students for employment or upgrade existing job skills needed in the modern digital publishing format industry by educating them in the fundamental concepts, knowledge, hands-on techniques, and skills needed to create and manage ebooks, variable data processing, interactive PDFs (Portable Document Formats), CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), controlled web sites, and designing augmented reality experiences.

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Public Service Industry

Social Services Assistant

Drug and Alcohol Counselor Training Certificate

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The mission of the Drug and Alcohol Counselor Training certificate is to prepare students to work as a professional in the field of drug and alcohol treatment. After completing the curriculum, students can complete the Illinois Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Professional Certification Association (IAODAPCA) certification exam.

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Drug and Alcohol Counselor Training, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Associate in Applied Science Drug and Alcohol Counselor Training degree is to prepare students to work as a professional in the field of drug and alcohol treatment. After completing the curriculum, students can complete the Illinois Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Professional Certification Association (IAODAPCA) certification exam.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Education Advanced Certificate

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The mission of the Early Childhood Education Advanced Certificate program is to prepare students for employment in the early childhood education field by educating them in the fundamental concepts, knowledge, and hands-on techniques and skills of early childhood education and preparing them for the Gateways ECE Level 3 Credential, which can lead to the Level 4 Credential.

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Early Childhood Education Basic Certificate

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The mission of the Early Childhood Education Basic Certificate program is to prepare students for employment in the early childhood education field by educating them in the fundamental concepts, knowledge, and hands-on techniques and skills of early childhood education and preparing them for the Gateways ECE Level 2 Credential, which can lead to Level 3 and Level 4 Credentials.

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Early Childhood Education, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Early Childhood Education Associate in Applied Science Degree is to prepare students for employment in the early childhood education field by educating them in the fundamental concepts, knowledge, and hands-on techniques and skills of early childhood education and preparing them for the Gateways ECE Level 4 Credential.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Certificate

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As an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) you’ll be part of the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) System. The EMS System was designed to bring emergency medical care to patients “in the field.” In other words, you go to where people are injured or ill.

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Paramedic, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Illinois Central College Emergency Medical Services Program is to prepare competent entry-level Paramedics in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains with or without exit points at the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician and/or Emergency Medical Technician, and/or Emergency Medical Responder levels.

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Firefighter

Fire Science Technology Certificate

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The mission of the Fire Science Technology certificate program is for current employees as well as students who are interested in careers in the fire services, inspections, investigation, or fire protection engineering. Students must complete basic skills placement testing before admission into this program. Students with no previous fire service are required to attend the internship session.

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Fire Science Technology, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Fire Science Technology program is to prepare firefighters with the knowledge, skills, and attitude to succeed in a fire and emergency service career. This comprehensive program includes fire prevention, suppression, and loss control for active or prospective fire service professionals (paid or volunteer) in government or industry.

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Police Officer

Law Enforcement Certificate

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The mission of the Law Enforcement certificate is to prepare graduates for employment in the law enforcement field by educating them in the knowledge, skills, and behaviors to prepare them to enter into the law enforcement field.

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Law Enforcement, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Associate in Applied Science Law Enforcement degree is to prepare graduates for employment in the law enforcement field by educating them in general education as well as specialized courses in criminal justice to prepare them to enter the law enforcement field.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Certificate

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The mission of the Paralegal certificate is to produce competent, well-rounded individuals who are able to work under the supervision of an attorney in the many areas of the practice of law, specifically, the student will be prepared to perform such tasks as legal research, client interviews, investigations, preparation of legal documents, and other legal work as delegated by an attorney. Paralegals are employed by private law firms, corporations, governmental agencies, insurance companies, title companies, and financial institutions.

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Paralegal, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Associate in Applied Science Paralegal program of study is to produce competent, well-rounded individuals who are able to work under the supervision of an attorney in the many areas of the practice of law, specifically, the student will be prepared to perform such tasks as legal research, client interviews, investigations, preparation of legal documents, and other legal work as delegated by an attorney. Paralegals are employed by private law firms, corporations, governmental agencies, insurance companies, title companies, and financial institutions.

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Contact Phone Number

309-694-5422

Address

1 College Drive
East Peoria, IL 61635-0001
United States