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Lincoln Tech - Allentown

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Information Technology Industry

IT Support Specialist

Computer and Network Suupport Technician A.A.S. - Allentown

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The Computer & Networking Support Technician program will provide students with a strong foundation on which to build a successful career in Information Technology. Students will be exposed to the core principles and procedures of networking concepts, office applications, computer hardware and software, and desktop operating systems. They will also be exposed to the unique challenges of the IT business world and become skilled in customer service essentials. This program emphasizes hands-on learning experiences (software and hardware) based on performance based objectives, and incorporates troubleshooting techniques in every course. Upon completion of this program, students will be trained for entry level positions in the IT field as Computer and Information Systems Technicians, Software Support Technicians, Systems Administrator, Computer Support Specialist, Help Desk Support Technician, and other employment in the Information Technology field. Students will be encouraged and eligible to sit for a specific set of industry certifications such as; CompTIA A+, and Network+. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignment in each course, except externship.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electronics Engineering Technology A.A.S. - Allentown

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Program Objective
Install, utilize and calibrate electronic equipment along with providing operating instructions and training.
Provide preventive maintenance and testing as needed for various types of equipment.
Evaluate, troubleshoot, and repair equipment to board or component level.
To provide industry with entry-level Electronic Engineering Technicians, Electromechanical Technicians, and Field Service Technicians who are well trained in their field, and who will require a minimum of supervisory instruction from their employers.
Career skills
The Graduate should have the ability to:

Work directly with engineering personnel.
Analyze electronic circuits and solve problems related to the circuit analysis.
Service and maintain equipment in the fields of telecommunications, computers, avionics, instrumentation, marine electronics and biomedical.
Prepare and write technical reports at the technician level.
Perform basic functions utilizing Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Diploma Program - Allentown

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The Medical Assistant program prepares students to be multi-functional practitioners, thoroughly prepared to perform front office and clinical patient care duties, as well as, basic urgent care procedures. Topics covered include anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, insurance billing and coding, electronic health records, ethics, clinical procedures, aseptic technique, minor surgical procedures, universal precautions, general skills in document formatting, basic accounting, EKG, and pathophysiology. This program delivers practical preparation in the healthcare environment. Graduates of this program may find entry-level positions as Office Medical Assistants, EKG Technicians, Phlebotomy Technicians, Unit / Ward Clerks (in a hospital setting), Medical records and health information technician or office manager. It also provides the diversity of other job options in the hospital or laboratory environment. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignment in each course, except externship.

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Medical Assisting Technology A.A.S. - Allentown

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The Medical Assisting Technology program prepares the graduates to be multi-function practitioners, qualified to perform both front office skills and the direct patient care in any healthcare environment. With the constant changes in patient care, healthcare management and technology, there is an ever-increasing demand for well-trained, multi-skilled medical professionals who are able to function in a wide variety of healthcare environments. This program will provide a balanced study in the clinical aspects of medical assisting while also providing instruction in administrative skills, practices, processes and functions. Instruction in administrative and clinical competencies will allow graduates greater flexibility to work in a variety of health care settings. The Associate in Specialized Technology degree program is designed to develop the student’s strength in areas that will assist in their personal and professional growth. Graduates of this program may find entry-level positions as Office Medical Assistants, EKG Technicians, or Unit/Ward Clerks in a hospital setting. Upon completion of the program, graduates are encouraged to sit for the Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) certification exam. This program prepares students for the certification testing, although there is no guarantee of passing the certification test and obtaining Medical Assistant certification is not a graduation requirement. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignment in each course, except externship.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing Diploma Program - Allentown

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The Practical Nursing Program was designed for the adult learner who wishes to enter the Nursing field and become involved in the hands-on part of nursing care. Practical Nursing meets the student’s need for vocational training and the needs of the community for qualified LPN’s in the workforce. Nursing is a helping profession that assists individuals, families, groups and communities in the promotion of optimal health. The aim of nursing is to promote wellness and assist in preventing illness, restoring health and facilitating coping. Nursing is a dynamic interpersonal profession in which goals are best accomplished through use of the nursing process. Nursing care is provided to patients whose self-care deficits require assistance from the nurse in meeting health care needs. Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN’s) function as a contributing member of the health care team by providing nursing care under the supervision or direction of a registered nurse or licensed physician. The LPN’s scope of practice includes contributing to data collection, nursing diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation of the plan of care. Duties may include assignment of specific tasks and teaching basic nursing skills and principles. Practical nurses provide safe and effective care for individuals or groups in various settings. The expected outcome of this program is to provide the graduate with the ability to obtain an entry-level position within a physician’s office, clinic, nursing home, rehabilitation center or hospital after successful completion of the Licensure Examination.

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5151 Tilghman Street
Allentown, PA 18104
United States