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EMTs and Paramedics

Advanced Emergency Medical Technician Technical Diploma

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Advanced EMT students are Wisconsin licensed EMTs seeking to upgrade their skills to the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician level. These skills are performed and compliant with the Wisconsin scope of practice. A graduate of this technical diploma program has the potential for employment as an advanced EMT technician, performing pre-hospital patient care for the ill and injured with a Wisconsin ambulance service licensed to provide EMT advanced level care. Ambulance services in Wisconsin are volunteer, private, fire-based, or hospital-based. This program is nationally accredited through the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for EMS Professionals under the auspices of the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.

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Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) Certificate

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Catalog 10-531-111...Provides foundational knowledge for Emergency Medical Technician {EMT} candidates and all required curriculum for Emergency Medical Responder {EMR} candidates. Topics include: basic anatomy and physiology, patient assessment, airway management, cardiac management, basic medical care, medication administration, basic traumatic injury management, basic ambulance operations, and AHA CPR Basic Life Support certification. Students who successfully complete EMR, will be eligible to participate in the National Registry of EMT's {NREMT} EMR exams required for Wisconsin DHS EMR licensure. Two credit, in-person course that is completed in an 8-week semester format. For more information, please contact Admissions Advisor, Nicole Schneider, at (920) 498-5708 or "Request Information" below.

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Emergency Medical Technician Technical Diploma

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Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) students perform emergency patient care and basic life support skills in compliance with the Wisconsin scope of practice including the transport of injured and ill patients to hospital emergency departments. Graduates with an EMT technical diploma will have the potential for employment as an Emergency Medical Technician. Ambulance services in Wisconsin are volunteer, private, fire-based, or hospital-based. This program is nationally accredited through the committee on accreditation of educational programs for EMS professionals under the auspices of the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education programs. Successful completion of the EMT program prepares graduates for the National Registry certification exam and entrance into the Paramedic program.

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Emergency Medical Technician Technical Diploma

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Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) students perform emergency patient care and basic life support skills in compliance with the Wisconsin scope of practice including the transport of injured and ill patients to hospital emergency departments. Graduates with an EMT technical diploma will have the potential for employment as an Emergency Medical Technician. Ambulance services in Wisconsin are volunteer, private, fire-based, or hospital-based. This program is nationally accredited through the committee on accreditation of educational programs for EMS professionals under the auspices of the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education programs. Successful completion of the EMT program prepares graduates for the National Registry certification exam and entrance into the Paramedic program.

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Paramedic Technical Diploma

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Paramedic graduates are prepared to perform emergency patient care and advanced life support in the pre-hospital setting, transporting injured and ill patients to hospital emergency departments. Graduates of this program will have the potential for employment on board paramedic-level ambulance services in the public (fire department-based) or private sector or in hospital emergency departments as emergency technicians. This program is nationally accredited through the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for EMS Professionals under the auspices of the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.

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Court Reporting Associate Degree

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You've seen high profile trials with a person keying the testimony into a stenograph machine or read the scrolling captions for the hearing-impaired on your TV screen. The person recording the spoken words at speeds ranging from 180 to 225 words a minute is a court reporter. If you're an excellent listener, have strong language and communications skills, and are committed to accuracy and confidentiality, a career in court reporting may be a perfect fit for you.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Associate Degree

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Graduates of this two-year program are prepared to meet the rewarding challenges of the police profession, including criminal investigation; constitutional, traffic and criminal law; patrol procedure; crime scene practices; and use of force and driving skills. Students graduating from the program will be certifiable as a law enforcement officer in Wisconsin. This program is recognized and endorsed by the state of Wisconsin Department of Justice Training and Standards Bureau. Typical careers in this field include police officer, deputy sheriff, DNR officer, state trooper, military law enforcement officer, private investigator, and correctional officer as well as careers in corporate security, loss prevention, U.S. customs, transportation security administration and border patrol.

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Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Associate Degree

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Graduates of this two-year program are prepared to meet the rewarding challenges of the police profession, including criminal investigation; constitutional, traffic and criminal law; patrol procedure; crime scene practices; and use of force and driving skills. Students graduating from the program will be certifiable as a law enforcement officer in Wisconsin. This program is recognized and endorsed by the state of Wisconsin Department of Justice Training and Standards Bureau. Typical careers in this field include police officer, deputy sheriff, DNR officer, state trooper, military law enforcement officer, private investigator, and correctional officer as well as careers in corporate security, loss prevention, U.S. customs, transportation security administration and border patrol.

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Jail and Juvenile Officer Academy Certificate

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The Criminal Justice Jail & Juvenile Officer Certificate is a one-semester credential designed for individuals seeking certifiability as a jail officer and co-located secure juvenile detention officer in the state of Wisconsin. Students will participate in training and simulation designed to prepare for careers in Wisconsin's jails and co-located secure detention facilities. These courses meet the requirements for county jail/correctional & juvenile detention officer certifications set by the Wisconsin Department of Justice.

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Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Associate Degree

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Graduates of this two-year program are prepared to meet the rewarding challenges of the police profession, including criminal investigation; constitutional, traffic and criminal law; patrol procedure; crime scene practices; and use of force and driving skills. Students graduating from the program will be certifiable as a law enforcement officer in Wisconsin. This program is recognized and endorsed by the state of Wisconsin Department of Justice Training and Standards Bureau. Typical careers in this field include police officer, deputy sheriff, DNR officer, state trooper, military law enforcement officer, private investigator, and correctional officer as well as careers in corporate security, loss prevention, U.S. customs, transportation security administration and border patrol.

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Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Associate Degree

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Graduates of this two-year program are prepared to meet the rewarding challenges of the police profession, including criminal investigation; constitutional, traffic and criminal law; patrol procedure; crime scene practices; and use of force and driving skills. Students graduating from the program will be certifiable as a law enforcement officer in Wisconsin. This program is recognized and endorsed by the state of Wisconsin Department of Justice Training and Standards Bureau. Typical careers in this field include police officer, deputy sheriff, DNR officer, state trooper, military law enforcement officer, private investigator, and correctional officer as well as careers in corporate security, loss prevention, U.S. customs, transportation security administration and border patrol.

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Criminal Justice Professional Studies Associate Degree

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Jump start your career in criminal justice! This program will instill various aspects of criminal justice careers including law, security, loss prevention, and investigations. In addition, you will gain experience with emergency dispatch, communications, report writing and forensics. Graduates will have the foundation for professions in criminal justice as well as opportunities for transfer to higher credentials.

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Criminal Justice Professional Studies Associate Degree

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Jump start your career in criminal justice! This program will instill various aspects of criminal justice careers including law, security, loss prevention, and investigations. In addition, you will gain experience with emergency dispatch, communications, report writing and forensics. Graduates will have the foundation for professions in criminal justice as well as opportunities for transfer to higher credentials.

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Criminal Justice-720 Law Enforcement Academy Technical Diploma

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Students learn the skills of modern-day law enforcement in this full-time, 18-week program designed to produce thoroughly competent and confident officers. Graduates of this program begin their careers with an unparalleled level of professionalism through a learner-centered approach via application of scenario-based training. Your career opportunities include police officer, deputy sheriff, DNR officer, state trooper, military law enforcement officer, and private investigator. This 720-hour program is designed for individuals with 60 college credits at an associate degree level or higher, or current employment with a sponsoring law enforcement agency. This program meets criteria set by the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Training and Standards Bureau.

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Criminal Justice-720 Law Enforcement Academy Technical Diploma

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Students learn the skills of modern-day law enforcement in this full-time, 18-week program designed to produce thoroughly competent and confident officers. Graduates of this program begin their careers with an unparalleled level of professionalism through a learner-centered approach via application of scenario-based training. Your career opportunities include police officer, deputy sheriff, DNR officer, state trooper, military law enforcement officer, and private investigator. This 720-hour program is designed for individuals with 60 college credits at an associate degree level or higher, or current employment with a sponsoring law enforcement agency. This program meets criteria set by the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Training and Standards Bureau.

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Professional Private Investigator Certificate

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If you have an interest in starting your own business or working as a private investigator, the growing field of private investigations is for you. Private investigators are used by law firms, corporations, insurance companies and other private and public entities. You will learn skills such as how to locate people using open sources of information, conduct investigations, constitutional law application, background checks and current investigative practices to prepare you to succeed in careers such as private investigator, corporate and private security, process service and insurance claim investigator. This certificate will give you a great foundation to go on and earn your private investigator's license and be a successful private investigator.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Associate Degree

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Graduates of this two-year program are prepared to meet the rewarding challenges of the police profession, including criminal investigation; constitutional, traffic and criminal law; patrol procedure; crime scene practices; and use of force and driving skills. Students graduating from the program will be certifiable as a law enforcement officer in Wisconsin. This program is recognized and endorsed by the state of Wisconsin Department of Justice Training and Standards Bureau. Typical careers in this field include police officer, deputy sheriff, DNR officer, state trooper, military law enforcement officer, private investigator, and correctional officer as well as careers in corporate security, loss prevention, U.S. customs, transportation security administration and border patrol.

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Criminal Justice Professional Studies Associate Degree

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Jump start your career in criminal justice! This program will instill various aspects of criminal justice careers including law, security, loss prevention, and investigations. In addition, you will gain experience with emergency dispatch, communications, report writing and forensics. Graduates will have the foundation for professions in criminal justice as well as opportunities for transfer to higher credentials.

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Criminal Justice-720 Law Enforcement Academy Technical Diploma

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Students learn the skills of modern-day law enforcement in this full-time, 18-week program designed to produce thoroughly competent and confident officers. Graduates of this program begin their careers with an unparalleled level of professionalism through a learner-centered approach via application of scenario-based training. Your career opportunities include police officer, deputy sheriff, DNR officer, state trooper, military law enforcement officer, and private investigator. This 720-hour program is designed for individuals with 60 college credits at an associate degree level or higher, or current employment with a sponsoring law enforcement agency. This program meets criteria set by the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Training and Standards Bureau.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Assistant Teacher Technical Diploma

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Imagine a career in which you can make a difference in the lives of children every day. The Early Childhood Assistant Teacher program prepares individuals to be assistant teachers in a variety of settings. As a student in the program, you’ll learn through a combination of hands-on fieldwork in area child care centers, working with children in the birth-to-five-years age range, along with related academic work at the College. The Early Childhood Assistant Teacher program 34 credits seamlessly transfer into the Early Childhood Education associate degree, providing grads the opportunity to advance their careers and pursue a bachelor degree. The Early Childhood Assistant Teacher program meets the YoungStar educational requirements and is fully eligible for financial aid.

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Early Childhood Assistant Teacher Technical Diploma

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Imagine a career in which you can make a difference in the lives of children every day. The Early Childhood Assistant Teacher program prepares individuals to be assistant teachers in a variety of settings. As a student in the program, you’ll learn through a combination of hands-on fieldwork in area child care centers, working with children in the birth-to-five-years age range, along with related academic work at the College. The Early Childhood Assistant Teacher program 34 credits seamlessly transfer into the Early Childhood Education associate degree, providing grads the opportunity to advance their careers and pursue a bachelor degree. The Early Childhood Assistant Teacher program meets the YoungStar educational requirements and is fully eligible for financial aid.

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Early Childhood Education Associate Degree

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The Early Childhood Education program prepares students to work as teacher-caregivers in early childhood settings. It combines hands-on fieldwork in area centers with related academic work at the college. Graduates become responsible for the care and education of children in the birth-to-eight-years age range. They create and maintain safe and healthy play environments, guide behavior, plan and implement learning activities, and work cooperatively with staff and parents.

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Early Childhood Infant Toddler Certificate

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The Infant Toddler Certificate is designed for family child care providers, infant toddler teachers, child care administrators, directors, Birth to 3 aides/teachers, certified providers and anyone considering entering early childhood care and education of children in the first three years of life. Courses can be taken in any order and concurrently, as long as Infant/Toddler-Capstone (10-307-115) is taken last. Completion of the four courses in this credential, along with preparation of a portfolio, permits the student to apply for and attain the Wisconsin Infant Toddler Professional Credential from The Registry.

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Early Childhood Licensing Basic Ages 0-2 Pathway Certificate

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This certificate is designed for individuals wishing to satisfy the state of Wisconsin Licensing Code, DCF 251, Licensing Rules for Group Child Care Centers. All courses in this certificate will transfer into the Early Childhood associate degree program.

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Early Childhood Licensing Basic Ages 3-5 Pathway Certificate

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This certificate is designed for individuals wishing to satisfy the state of Wisconsin Licensing Code, DCF 251, Licensing Rules for Group Child Care Centers. All courses in this certificate will transfer into the Early Childhood associate degree program.

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Early Childhood: Preschool Certificate

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The Preschool Certificate is designed for individuals working with children ages three to five. This might include family childcare providers, child care teachers, preschool teachers, certified providers, or anyone wishing to provide a quality environment and learning activities for children in this critical age group. The ECE: Preschool Practicum (10-307-175) is taken last. Completion of all six courses will prepare learners to receive The Wisconsin Preschool Credential from The Registry-Wisconsin’s Recognition System for the Childhood Care and Education Profession.

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Teacher Assistant

Early Childhood Assistant Teacher Technical Diploma

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Imagine a career in which you can make a difference in the lives of children every day. The Early Childhood Assistant Teacher program prepares individuals to be assistant teachers in a variety of settings. As a student in the program, you’ll learn through a combination of hands-on fieldwork in area child care centers, working with children in the birth-to-five-years age range, along with related academic work at the College. The Early Childhood Assistant Teacher program 34 credits seamlessly transfer into the Early Childhood Education associate degree, providing grads the opportunity to advance their careers and pursue a bachelor degree. The Early Childhood Assistant Teacher program meets the YoungStar educational requirements and is fully eligible for financial aid.

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Paraeducatior Technical Diploma

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As an educator, you will work directly with students under the supervision of a licensed teacher. Your education will prepare you to fulfill multiple roles such as assisting students with assignments, guiding behavior, supporting students with special needs (including personal hygiene), and clerical tasks related to instruction. You may work with children from pre-kindergarten through age 21 during the traditional school day and year. Your career opportunities exist in preschools, elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools.

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Supporting Children's Learning Certificate

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This certificate is designed to further the professional development needs of anyone preparing for, or already engaged in, a paraeducator or educational paraprofessional position. The coursework in this certificate program addresses methods for assisting in the instruction, guidance, and classroom management of students by performing a variety of instructional support activities related to grade level curriculum. Integrating current technology into the learning environment is also introduced. All courses transfer to the Foundations of Teacher Education Associate Degree.

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Firefighter

Fire Medic Associate Degree

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Your passion for helping others is matched only by your ability to stay calm in times of crisis. Making a difference is what moves you. You have found your purpose - become a fire medic. As a graduate of this two-year program, you'll be cross-trained in fire protection/suppression and emergency medical services (EMS) at the advanced life support/paramedic level. You'll be prepared for employment in fire-based EMS agencies such as rural and urban fire departments, airport public safety departments, and industrial/fire safety teams. Plus, you'll be trained to respond to out-of-hospital medical/trauma emergencies, fire or HAZMAT emergencies, mass casualty incidents and/or special rescue operations in a community served by a full-time fire department.

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Fire Protection Technician Associate Degree

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The Fire Protection Technician Program at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College prepares students for employment as Firefighters, EMTs, and Fire Inspectors on municipal fire departments, and for fire protection related careers within private industry. The objectives of the program include instructing qualified students who are seeking a career in the fire service and also updating firefighters and fire officers on changes within the fire service. Students have the opportunity to earn Firefighter Level I, Firefighter Level II, Certified Driver Operator/Pumper and Fire Inspector I state certifications as well as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-Basic) license while in the program. As a graduate of the Fire Protection Technician Program, individuals will be prepared for entry level positions in municipal and rural fire departments throughout the District.

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Fire Science Technical Diploma

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Prepare for your future in firefighting with this two-semester program. You will learn basic fire behavior, techniques used to control structural and related fire emergencies, and life safety practices. Program grads will be prepared for paid on-call/volunteer firefighting positions. Career firefighters will need licensure in Wisconsin-approved Emergency Medical Technician and Paramedic programs. This technical diploma program ladders into the Fire Medic associate degree program.

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Social Services Assistant

Gerontology Associate Degree

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Graduates of the Gerontology program have the knowledge and skills needed to provide seamless quality service to older adults and their families. Gerontology career pathways include a wide variety of service and leadership opportunities related to business and finances; housing options; entertainment and travel; health and wellness; case coordination; public policy and advocacy; and consumer service.

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Gerontology Certificate

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The Gerontology Certificate is designed for individuals interested in working with or serving older adults or those currently employed within the aging network. The focus of this certificate is to provide general knowledge of the aging process and a means to facilitate healthy, successful aging.

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Human Services Associate Degree

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This program trains people to provide education, support, care, advocacy, and/or crisis intervention in a human service agency. Learners acquire the skills needed to work with individuals, groups, and communities. Key components of this degree include cultural awareness and an understanding of diverse cultural groups, a responsible attitude, commitment to serve others, and effective communication skills. All credits from the Substance Abuse Counselor technical diploma may be applied toward this program. For information call (920) 498-5444 or toll free (888) 385-6982.

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Personal Care Worker Certificate

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Emphasizes aspects of providing personal and supportive/rehabilitative in-home and facility based health care including client’s rights, communication, rehabilitation, positioning and transfer skills, infection control, and safety. This is a 30-hour in person course combining lecture with laboratory practice of learned skills. All skill competencies will be assessed under the guidance of a registered nurse.

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Substance Abuse Counselor Education Technical Diploma

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If you're interested in becoming a substance abuse counselor, consider the Substance Abuse Counselor Education technical diploma. You'll experience 360 hours of education across six content areas required for substance abuse counselors. This comprehensive education program is preapproved by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services. All credits in this technical diploma may be applied towards the Human Services associate degree. Interested applicants should contact (920) 498-5708 to schedule an appointment with the program admissions advisor.

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Substance Abuse Specialty Certificate

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The substance abuse specialization certificate is for people who hold or are in the process of gaining licensure as a professional counselor, clinical social worker, or marriage and family therapist in the state of Wisconsin and would like to add the Substance Abuse Specialty certification as a Substance Abuse Counselor.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Associate Degree

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Paralegals perform work under the supervision of a lawyer in a variety of settings – a private law firm, insurance company, corporation, bank, private business, legal clinic, government agency, legal aid office, law department, special interest group, public defender’s office, prosecutor’s office, service company, or consulting firm. The Paralegal program is approved by the American Bar Association and is also a member of the American Association for Paralegal Education. Paralegals are not authorized to provide legal services directly to the public except as permitted by law.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Architectural Technology Associate Degree

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Careers in architectural technology allow you to pursue your passion for designing, drawing, creating, and problem solving. As an Architectural Technology graduate, you'll be prepared to work in many fields related to architecture and construction. Careers include architectural technician, building information modeling specialist, building materials salesperson, building systems design technician, shop drawing draftsperson, structural draftsperson, and residential designer or estimator. With additional education and/or work experience, you may become an architect, building inspector, commercial or industrial estimator, structural engineer, specification writer, or project manager.

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Mechanical CAD (Computer Aided Drafting) Certificate

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The Mechanical CAD Certificate is designed for a person seeking introductory Auto CAD and Mechanical Design skills. The certificate comprises 13 credits that may be applied toward the Mechanical Design Technology program.

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Mechanical Design Technology Associate Degree

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Mechanical design technicians apply knowledge of mechanical engineering technology to design, develop, and test new or revised machinery. Working primarily on a computer utilizing 2D drafting or 3D modeling programs, you assist product engineers by detailing sections of machine designs. As a graduate of the Mechanical Design Technology program, you're also equipped for such careers as detailer and mechanical drafter. With additional education and/or work experience, you may also become a product designer, lead designer, project engineer, or technical sales/service representative.

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Carpenter

Carpentry Apprenticeship

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Carpenters are generally the most numerous and the occupation, therefore, is considered the key skill in the building trades. New machinery, materials and techniques have decreased the number of carpenter hours required for the average construction project, allowing each individual to produce more in the same amount of time.

A carpenter will: study blueprints, work-sketches, plans and specifications to determine the types of materials and dimensions of the structure to be built; select specified sizes of lumber and building materials to be used; measure and mark proper positions and sizes of materials for use; use measuring instruments like rulers, builders levels, framing squares, calipers and compasses; erect all types of wooden structures; may be required to and must know how to estimate job costs, maintain time records, requisition materials and equipment, inspect and approve carpentry work plus direct other workers.

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WI+A133

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The Construction Management - Carpentry associate degree is designed to provide fundamental job management skills to those already working in the trade to advance their career in the construction field. Subject areas covered include managing construction costs, project and personnel management, site supervision, estimating, and project scheduling.

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Civil Engineering Technician

Civil Engineering Technology Associate Degree

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Civil Engineering Technology graduates are prepared for careers in the civil engineering and surveying fields. As a civil engineering technician, you examine and interpret prints and specifications; confer with contractors and owners to enforce contract specifications, building codes, and zoning ordinances; test soils, asphalt, and concrete and observe and inspect other related construction activities; perform land surveying and computer aided drafting; and observe building, highway and utility construction. With additional education and work experience, you can become a licensed professional in civil engineering, construction superintendent, building inspector, civil designer, construction projects manager, or professional land surveyor. The Civil Engineering Technology Associate Degree program at NWTC is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http//www.abet.org Program Objectives .Graduates will ... . be technically competent and able to solve civil engineering technology problems using basic principles of mathematics, science and engineering technology. . be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, using electronic tools and graphical representations. . be effective team members. . respect and appreciate diversity and professional behavior in engineering. . recognize the value of lifelong learning and engage in professional growth.

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Electrician

Construction Electrician Apprenticeship

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Electrical science has seen many changes in recent years. More than in any other building trade, the technological changes that have taken place require increased knowledge and skills for construction electricians to meet the new demands.

A construction electrician lays out, assembles, installs and tests the following: electrical fixtures, control equipment and wiring used in the alarm, communication, light and power systems.

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Electricity Technical Diploma

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As a graduate of the one-year Electricity program, you're ready to work in residential, commercial, and industrial settings. You're skilled in installing, maintaining, and servicing basic electrical equipment. Typical career opportunities include construction electrician and industrial maintenance technician. With additional education and/or work experience, you may also become an electrical construction supervisor, electrical engineering technician, journey-level electrician, electrical contractor, electrical maintenance supervisor, and voice data video installer. All credits from this program transfer to the Construction Management - Electricity associate degree.

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Welder

Flux Core Welding Certificate

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The Flux Core Welding Certificate prepares students to perform Flux Core Arc welding in all positions for fillet and groove welds on plain carbon steel.

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MIG Welding Certificate

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The MIG Welding Certificate prepares students to perform MIG welding in all positions for fillet and groove welds on plain carbon steel and aluminum.

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Stick Welding Certificate

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The Stick Welding Certificate prepares students to perform stick welding in all positions for fillet and groove welds on plain carbon steel.

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TIG Welding Certificate

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The TIG Welding Certificate prepares students to perform TIG welding in all positions for fillet and groove welds on sheet metal, plain carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.

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Weld Inspection Certificate

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The Weld Inspection Certificate prepares students to understand destructive and nondestructive methods used to inspect weldments as determined by required code.

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Welding Technical Diploma

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As a Welding graduate, you can build and repair metal components using major welding processes used by industry. You have knowledge of blueprints, metallurgy and layout, and can weld to AWS and ASME codes. Typical careers include maintenance welders, qualified welders, structural welders, welder/fabricators and pipe welders. Other career opportunities include construction trades welder, ironworker trades welder, millwright, sheet metal trades welder, and pipe trades welder.

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HVAC Technician

Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technician Technical Diploma

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The two-year Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVAC/R) Technician technical diploma prepares students for an entry-level career in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration. HVAC/R technicians install, service, troubleshoot, and repair HVAC/R systems used for the environmental control of buildings and product processes. This includes work on a wide variety of equipment types including residential (homes), commercial (restaurants, offices, hotels), institutional (schools, hospitals), and industrial (manufacturing plants). Although HVACR technicians are trained to install, maintain and repair heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems, many focus their work on installation, maintenance or repair. Some technicians specialize in one or more specific aspects of HVACR such as radiant heating systems, solar panels, testing and balancing, or commercial refrigeration. With completion of additional general studies courses a student can obtain an associate degree in Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology.

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Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology Associate Degree

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Heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC/R) technicians install, service, troubleshoot, and repair HVAC/R systems used for the environmental control of buildings and product processes. This includes work on a wide variety of equipment types including residential (homes), commercial (restaurants, offices, hotels), institutional (schools, hospitals), and industrial (manufacturing plants). Typical careers in this field include mechanical contractor HVAC/R technician, facilities maintenance HVAC/R technician, wholesale service representative, commercial HVAC/R systems technician, industrial HVAC/R systems technician, and residential HVAC/R systems technician.

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HVAC Installer/Servicer Apprenticeship

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Working as an indentured apprentice for a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning contractor, apprentices complete work experience in the following areas:

Air balance, combustion controls, start-up and certification
of comfort systems
Installation (heating and cooling systems, maintenance, and
equipment connections.

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HVAC/R Fundamentals Certificate

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The HVAC/R Fundamentals certificate will enhance basic understanding and skills of incumbent workers employed in the HVAC/R industry who were hired with little background education or knowledge of the field. The certificate will provide foundation knowledge and training in the basics of electricity, control circuits, and heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems. With additional coursework graduates of this certificate can ladder into the two-year HVAC/R technical diploma or AAS degree programs.

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Metal Fabricator

Metal Fabrication Technical Diploma

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The Metal Fabrication program provides hands-on experience to prepare you to build metal projects using all types of fabrication equipment. You will take fabrication projects from blueprint through final inspection, including the use and troubleshooting of manual and CNC cutting and forming equipment, and both Gas Metal Arc and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding. The Metal Fabrication program will prepare you for the future by providing you with knowledge in Metallurgy, Robotics, Quality Assurance and Lean Manufacturing.

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Plumber

Plumbing Apprenticeship

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The Plumbing Section of the Department of Workforce Development licenses all plumbers in Wisconsin. Plumbing apprentices fall under the jurisdiction of apprenticeship law and rules plus plumbing law and codes.

A plumber assembles, installs and repairs pipes, fittings and fixtures for sanitary, heating and drainage systems (in Wisconsin such work must be in accordance with the state plumbing code); installs fixtures and all plumbing apparatus and is able to maintain and repair fixtures and plumbing apparatus.

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Pipefitter / Steamfitter

Steamfitter Apprenticeship

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A steamfitter installs, services and repairs pipes and equipment that must withstand high pressure for the distribution of steam or other types of pressure producers. This includes installation of wet heating systems, refrigeration and air conditioning in residential, commercial and industrial buildings. A steamfitter must be a skilled welder and pipefitter with knowledge of the principles of heating, cooling and all temperature controls.

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Communications Industry

AV Technician

Audio Recording Certificate

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The Audio Recording Certificate is designed for a person seeking skills in audio recording and internet/broadcast radio. Credits from this certificate may be applied toward the Digital Media Technology associate degree.

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Digital Media Technology Associate Degree

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Digital media professionals employ production skills and acquired technical knowledge to create audio, video and motion graphics content for multiple distribution channels. Graduates of the Digital Media Technology degree have the skill set for a variety of careers including audio/video production assistant, digital media specialist, freelance media producer, radio and podcast producer and motion graphic designer.

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Digital Media Technology Associate Degree

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Digital media professionals employ production skills and acquired technical knowledge to create audio, video and motion graphics content for multiple distribution channels. Graduates of the Digital Media Technology degree have the skill set for a variety of careers including audio/video production assistant, digital media specialist, freelance media producer, radio and podcast producer and motion graphic designer.

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Digital Photography - Advanced Certificate

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The Digital Photography Advanced Certificate is designed for the person who wants to pursue a career in photography as an entrepreneur or as an employee in a photography studio. The student will learn advanced image editing techniques and increase their knowledge in photography specialty areas, as well as studio lighting. All credits from this certificate may be applied toward the Digital Photography technical diploma.

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Digital Photography Certificate

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The Digital Photography Certificate will develop learner's skills in digital still photography, studio photography, image editing, image rating, organizing and archiving, system setup, and file handling skills on a Macintosh computer graphic workstation. All credits from this certificate may be applied toward the Digital Photography technical diploma.

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Music Production Certificate

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The Music Production certificate is designed for a person seeking skills in software music creation, music recording, music producing and distribution. The ever-increasing production of both audio and video content is requiring the need for legal production music. Composers and songwriters are recording record amounts of music to sell or license to outlets from local radio and TV stations to major Hollywood productions as well as in video game production. Freelance music production does not need to be centered near large media outlets as the web has created a worldwide distribution network allowing composers to work from virtually anywhere. The ability to record music in even a small home studio has become increasingly economical and can compete on a sound quality level with major recording studios for minimal investment. Some credits from this certificate may be applied toward the Digital Media Technology associate degree.

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Photography Certificate

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As a Photography program graduate, you will be prepared for a variety of photography careers. You will be skilled in the latest digital technologies necessary to succeed. Career choices include portrait and wedding photographer, nature photographer, sport and event photographer, product photographer, digital artist and fine art photographer.

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Video Production Technical Diploma

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Explore your creative vision and develop your digital media skills in the Video Production technical diploma. Graduates of the program are prepared to work in entry level production careers such as production assistants, video editors, and content creators in visual media fields. Program students use techniques and up-to-date production workflows to build digital media. Potential careers include production assistant, media producer, video editor, and project team member. Credits from this technical diploma may be applied toward the Digital Media Technology associate degree.

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Graphic Designer

Design and Graphic Technology Associate Degree

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Creative design professionals combine artistic abilities with technical knowledge to create designs used in print and electronic media. During your studies, you will create, maintain and present a professional portfolio showcasing your finest work. As a graduate of the Design and Graphic Technology program, you are positioned for a variety of careers including graphic designer, advertising specialist, digital print technician, publication designer, public relations professional, pre-press technician and web graphic designer.

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Digital Media Technology Associate Degree

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Digital media professionals employ production skills and acquired technical knowledge to create audio, video and motion graphics content for multiple distribution channels. Graduates of the Digital Media Technology degree have the skill set for a variety of careers including audio/video production assistant, digital media specialist, freelance media producer, radio and podcast producer and motion graphic designer.

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Print Technology Technical Diploma

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Print technology professionals utilize state-of-the-art output technology and skills to create high-end graphic solutions across multiple formats such as digital presses and wide format inkjet devices. As a Print Technology program graduate, you will be skilled in electronic pre-press operations, variable data publishing, digital color management, digital print applications, wide format inkjet output, wide format graphic installation, and a multiple finishing processes. Graduates have the opportunity for employment as digital print operators, wide format graphic technicians, wide format graphic/vinyl installers, electronic pre-press technicians, and post press operators.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Body Technician

Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing Technician Technical Diploma

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The high-tech vehicles on today's roadways call for highly-skilled vehicle repair and refinish technicians. The Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing Technician technical diploma program prepares students to repair and refinish damaged bodies and parts of automobiles and light trucks. Emphasis is on technical training for repairing and replacing vehicle panels and automotive glass; analyzing and straightening frame and unibody damage; welding, diagnosing electronics; repairing plastics and composite materials; and refinishing. Typical careers include auto collision repair technician, auto collision refinishing technician, frame and alignment technician, unibody repair specialist, and trim and glass installer. This program is ASE Certified to National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation Standards.

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Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology Associate Degree

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Graduates of this program gain all of the technical training and career potential offered by the Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing Technician technical diploma program - plus the opportunity to pursue a supervisory or management career in the collision repair industry. Typical careers include insurance adjuster/appraiser, collision center owner, collision center manager and manufacturer's representative. As a program graduate, you may also transfer credit to a four-year college to further your career options. This program is ASE Certified to National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation Standards.

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Auto Mechanic

Automotive Maintenance Technician Technical Diploma

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As an automotive maintenance technician, you'll diagnose vehicle malfunctions, perform basic appropriate repairs, and recommend/conduct regular vehicle maintenance. With additional coursework, graduates of this technical diploma can ladder into a two-year technical diploma or associate degree in the automotive field. This one-year, technical diploma program is ASE Certified to National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation Standards and is offered on our Marinette campus.

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Automotive Technician Technical Diploma

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Turn your passion for cars into a stimulating career. As an automotive service technician, you'll diagnose vehicle malfunctions, perform appropriate repairs, and recommend/conduct regular vehicle maintenance. Additional career opportunities for Automotive Technician program graduates include automotive electronics specialist; brake specialist; steering, suspension, and alignment specialist; transmission and drive train specialist; engine performance specialist; heating and air conditioning specialist; and engine repair specialist. This two-year program is ASE Certified to National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation Standards.

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Automotive Technology Associate Degree

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Highly skilled automotive technicians and specialists are needed to keep pace with the increasingly complex vehicles being manufactured for today's consumer. In the Automotive Technology program, you'll learn to diagnose and service automobiles under conditions similar to an actual repair facility. Plus, you'll develop repair facility management skills to increase your employment potential. Career opportunities for you include automotive service technician, shop foreman, parts manager, warranty claims person, repair facility owner/operator, plus all of the career opportunities offered by the Automotive Technician program. This two-year program is ASE Certified to National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation Standards.

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Heavy Equipment Technician Technical Diploma

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Today's diesel mechanics work on high-tech farm and construction equipment as well as other complex vehicles and machines you might not expect – speedboats, airplanes, military trucks, self-driving tractors, and many more. Prepare for your future with this Diesel Heavy Equipment program!

Graduates of this technical diploma program are equipped to diagnose, service, and repair a variety of diesel powered equipment. Typical careers include construction equipment technician, engine technician, farm equipment technician, fuel injection technician, service technician, and truck driver/diesel technician. This program is accredited by The AED Foundation.

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Diesel Heavy Equipment Technology Associate Degree

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Highly skilled technicians are needed to diagnose, service, and repair a variety of heavy equipment such as over-the-road trucks, off-the-road construction equipment, agricultural equipment, and potentially stationary power supply engines. As a graduate of the Diesel Heavy Equipment Technology associate degree program, you'll not only gain such high-tech skills and hands-on experience, you'll be prepared for management, ownership, supervisory level positions, and advanced educational options. Career opportunities include diesel and heavy equipment technician, related specialist technician, related parts support manager, industry related service manager/supervisor, industry related sales representative, business owner, and educational trainer. This program is accredited by The AED Foundation.

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Diesel Medium and Heavy Truck Technician Technical Diploma

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The Diesel Medium and Heavy Truck Technician program prepares students for entry-level employment as a diesel truck technician working in over-the-road truck fleet maintenance, dealership service, or repair shop service. This four-semester technical diploma will focus on basic skills and knowledge in diesel engines, diesel fuel systems, truck brakes and chassis, steering and suspension, climate control, hydraulic applications, electronic technology, transport refrigeration, and truck preventive maintenance.

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Diesel Medium and Heavy Truck Technology Associate Degree

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The Diesel Medium and Heavy Truck Technology program prepares students for entry-level employment as a diesel truck technician working in over-the-road truck fleet maintenance, dealership service, or repair shop service and provides graduates with general studies coursework that may be applied toward a bachelor's degree. This associate degree will focus on basic skills and knowledge in diesel engines, diesel fuel systems, truck brakes and chassis, steering and suspension, climate control, hydraulic applications, electronic technology, transport refrigeration, and truck preventive maintenance.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Automation Engineering Technology Associate Degree

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As a graduate of the Automation Engineering Technology program, you'll be ready to work with integrated machine systems that involve industrial automation, robotics, mechanics, computers, industrial communications and/or electronics technology. Your potential career opportunities include controls designer, automation technician, controls technician, engineering technician, controls engineer in training, and automation engineer in training.

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Electro-Mechanical Technology Associate Degree

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Electro-mechanical technicians maintain and repair electro-mechanical equipment including drive systems, position sensors, cabling, and automatic production equipment; work with mechanical and/or electrical engineers to install and evaluate electro-mechanical systems; and build mock-ups of production equipment. As a graduate of the two-year Electro-Mechanical Technology associate degree, you're prepared for the electro-mechanical technician career as well as a number of other related professions - automated equipment technician, electronics technician, field service technician, fluid power technician, and installation technician.

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Machinist

CNC Machinist Technical Diploma

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In the one-year CNC Machinist program, you learn to operate machine tools such as engine lathes, milling machines, drill presses, and computer numerical controlled machines. Upon graduation, you have the skills needed to become a CNC operator, machine set-up operator, machine tool operator, machinist, and maintenance mechanic. You may also choose to further your career options by continuing with the second-year of the CNC Technician program.

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CNC Technician Technical Diploma

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As a computer numerical control technician/programmer operator, you play an important role in today's modern manufacturing environments. You set up and operate computer numerical controlled machine tools, working from blueprints and set-up sheets. You set up fixturing and tooling, produce and inspect parts, and edit CNC programs on CNC lathes and machining centers. As a graduate of the CNC Technician program, you're also prepared for a career as a jig and fixture apprentice/trainee, or a manufacturing engineering technician. With additional education and/or work experience, you may become a journey level machinist, pattern maker, mold maker, tool and die maker, CNC programmer, or machine shop foreperson/supervisor.

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Electrician

Electricity Technical Diploma

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As a graduate of the one-year Electricity program, you're ready to work in residential, commercial, and industrial settings. You're skilled in installing, maintaining, and servicing basic electrical equipment. Typical career opportunities include construction electrician and industrial maintenance technician. With additional education and/or work experience, you may also become an electrical construction supervisor, electrical engineering technician, journey-level electrician, electrical contractor, electrical maintenance supervisor, and voice data video installer. All credits from this program transfer to the Construction Management - Electricity associate degree.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Electricity Technical Diploma

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As a graduate of the one-year Electricity program, you're ready to work in residential, commercial, and industrial settings. You're skilled in installing, maintaining, and servicing basic electrical equipment. Typical career opportunities include construction electrician and industrial maintenance technician. With additional education and/or work experience, you may also become an electrical construction supervisor, electrical engineering technician, journey-level electrician, electrical contractor, electrical maintenance supervisor, and voice data video installer. All credits from this program transfer to the Construction Management - Electricity associate degree.

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Industrial Maintenance Certificate

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Courses are designed for maintenance technicians providing skills and understanding of the preliminary fundamentals of PLC’s, motors and drives, pneumatics, hydraulics and mechanics.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Manufacturing Engineering Technology Associate Degree

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A skilled workforce is needed in the manufacturing/production operations and/or manufacturing/production services for the design and development of new products, production systems, processes, operations, services, quality control, continuous improvement, lean principles, manufacturing competitiveness, and sustainability. As a Manufacturing Engineering Technology associate degree graduate, you're prepared for a career as a technologist to apply the fundamentals of materials selection, tooling, assembly and automation to the solution of manufacturing and production related activities.

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Cisco System Administrator Technical Diploma

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Become a Cisco systems administrator and utilize your analytical, problem-solving, and communication skills. This technical diploma covers CCNA routing and switching curriculum provided by Cisco's Networking Academy. You'll prepare for entry-level career opportunities such as network specialists, network administrators, and network support engineers. You'll also prepare for globally recognized Cisco certifications. With this technical diploma under your belt, your ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-sized routed and switched networks is validated.

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IT Systems Administrator Associate Degree

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IT System Administrators are technology professionals who are responsible for network infrastructure, software and desktop deployment, maintenance, and troubleshooting. IT System Administrators' opportunities for employment can range from network support specialist to network administrators to business technology consultants. Responsibilities can include network and user administration, network infrastructure configuration and support, and security design - all focused on developing and maintaining an active network for optimal performance. Graduates of this associate degree are also prepared to pursue mainstream vendor certifications.

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Microsoft System Administrator Technical Diploma

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Prepare for a variety of entry-level systems administrations careers. With this technical diploma program, you'll learn aspects of data networking and security, data storage, network administration and operating systems software. You'll gain an understanding of Microsoft Windows Server, Windows client systems and virtualization technologies. Plus, you can work to obtain industry certifications to enhance employment opportunities. Typical job duties include the installation, configuration, administration and operation of client and server systems including Microsoft Windows server and Windows client. All credits from this program may be applied toward the Network Specialist-IT Associate Degree.

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Networking Pathway Certificate

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Develop basic skills in designing, installing, configuring, and maintaining computer networks. All courses in this certificate may be applied toward the Network Specialist Associate Degree program. Some of the courses may be applied toward the Computer Support Specialist associate degree program.

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Support Certificate

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The Computer Support Certificate is designed for individuals interested in developing the support skills necessary to provide a wide range of end-user support to the computer user. Online delivery of many of the courses in this certificate allows the learner to progress at his/her own pace. All credits from this certificate can be applied to meet requirements in the Computer Support Specialist Associate Degree program.

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Computer Support Specialist - IT Associate Degree

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The demand for computer support specialists is growing as the number of computers and their level of complexity rise, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. As a Computer Support Specialist- IT program graduate, you're prepared for a variety of careers including IT consultant, help desk/support specialist, PC programmer, computer sales representative, IT trainer, network assistant, desktop application developer, and PC repair technician.

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Computer Support Technician - IT Technical Diploma

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This one-year technical diploma emphasizes problem solving using microcomputer hardware and software facilities including command line environment and Windows operating systems, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel. As a graduate, you may choose a career as an IT consultant, providing one-on-one problem solving to computer users, or work as a computer sales representative.

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Data Security Management

IT-Security Technologist Associate Degree

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Cybersecurity careers are at the forefront of information technology. IT security professionals are needed to prevent hackers from stealing vital data and to protect computer operations. Security technologists are responsible for network security infrastructure, security application software, and security monitoring. Typical career opportunities in this field range from firewall administrators to intrusion detection administrators to security technology consultants. Responsibilities can include firewall administration, network security configuration and support, and security monitoring – all focused on developing and maintaining a secure network. Graduates of this associate degree are also prepared to pursue mainstream vendor certifications with additional study.

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Software Developer

IT-Web Programmer Technical Diploma

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The IT-Web Programmer technical diploma provides learners the ability to integrate web technologies to develop database-driven, interactive and dynamic web sites.

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Software Developer Associate Degree

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This two-year program prepares its learners to design, develop and test business application software using various leading programming languages. Graduates will be proficient in HTML, C#, Java, PHP, ASP.NET, and SQL along with various supporting technologies in networking, database development, documentation, and system analysis and design. Graduates will be prepared to support the software development needs of businesses in a wide variety of industries. Training blends general education development with required IT technical skills. All courses are offered in an in-person format and some are also offered online for additional flexibility.

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Web Design Certificate

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The Web Design Certificate will provide learners the ability to develop websites by learning how to design and code functional graphics, interfaces, navigation, page formatting, and styles. The student will also learn to upload and manage websites and test website usability. All credits from this certificate can be applied to meet requirements in the Web Development Associate Degree program.

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Web Design Certificate

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The Web Design Certificate will provide learners the ability to develop websites by learning how to design and code functional graphics, interfaces, navigation, page formatting, and styles. The student will also learn to upload and manage websites and test website usability. All credits from this certificate can be applied to meet requirements in the Web Development Associate Degree program.

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Web Design Technician Technical Diploma

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Imagine yourself in the exciting world of web design! As a Web Design Technician graduate, you're prepared to design and develop dynamic websites, code website formatting styles, develop interactive web graphics, create functional website navigation, test website usability, and upload and manage websites. Career opportunities include website developer, front end web developer, user experience designer, user interface designer, and graphic and interface designer.

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Web Development Associate Degree

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Web developers design, implement, and maintain web applications and websites. As a graduate of the Web Development associate degree, you're prepared for such careers as web developer, web technical support specialist, and web analyst. You play a key role in internet-based business systems and websites using concepts in design and programming.

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Web Programmer Certificate

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The Web Programmer certificate is designed for individuals interested in developing database skills necessary to integrate web technologies. All credits from this certificate can be applied to meet requirements in the Web Development Associate Degree program and IT Web Programmer Technical Diploma.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Specialist Technical Diploma

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If you’d like to turn your passion for cooking into a creative and rewarding career, you could be a great fit for the Culinary Specialist program. Grads will be prepared for employment in the food service industry through training and practical experience in food preparation, sanitation, nutrition, marketing, dining trends, catering, management and work ethics. Plus, grads will possess a working knowledge of culinary vocabulary, the ability to work as members of a team and the confidence to operate in a variety of fast-paced environments. The program includes testing for the National Restaurant Association Certification.

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Hospitality Management Associate Degree

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If you are interested in travel, lodging, and dining - and you thrive in fast-paced environments - you have countless career opportunities in the hospitality industry. As a graduate of the Hospitality Management associate degree, you will be prepared for mid-management positions in hotels, restaurants, food service departments, golf/country clubs, ski resorts, private catering, assisted living centers, tourism bus lines, universities, cruise ships, and more. You may secure employment as a front office manager, food/beverage manager, executive housekeeper, revenue enhancement manager, building superintendent, or a sales manager (to name just some of the many careers in this exciting industry!) The curriculum includes American Hotel and Lodging Association Certifications.

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Restaurant Management Technical Diploma

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It’s time to elevate your restaurant career. Become the leader you were meant to be.

With the Restaurant Management technical diploma, you’ll prepare for front of the house management positions at restaurants, entertainment venues, and many other facilities. You’ll learn to smoothly run food and beverage operations to keep customers coming back – and to perhaps own your own restaurant one day.

To be successful, restaurants need skilled professionals to run the “front of the house” operations. As a graduate of the Restaurant Management technical diploma, you will be prepared for food/beverage positions in restaurants, banquet/meeting facilities, hotel food/beverage outlets, cafeterias, health facilities, entertainment facilities and so much more! Quality service, restaurant financials, restaurant management, food production, beverage service, marketing and promotion are just a few of the skills you will learn. The curriculum includes American Hotel and Lodging Association Certifications. Credits from this technical diploma are fully embedded into the Hospitality Management associate degree.

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Healthcare Industry

Dental Assistant

Dental Assistant Technical Diploma

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As a dental assistant, you work with dentists as they examine and treat patients. You may carry out a variety of laboratory, clinical, and office duties such as patient scheduling and bookkeeping functions. While dental assistants typically work in general or specialty dental offices, you may also choose to work for insurance companies, dental lab studios, or dental supply companies. You may also find employment with federal agencies such as the Veterans Administration, US Public Health Services, the Armed Forces, or a state, county, or city health facility. Students are given the opportunity to obtain National Board Certification prior to graduation. The Dental Assistant program is accredited by the American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation.

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Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygienist Associate Degree

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As a graduate of the Dental Hygienist program, you can choose to practice as a registered dental hygienist in any of the following settings: private practice, long-term care facility, public school system, or public health department – on a full-time or part-time basis. Dental hygienists perform oral prophylaxis, apply preventative agents, expose radiographs, perform local anesthesia and teach patients oral care. The Dental Hygienist program is accredited by the American Dental Association-Commission on Dental Accreditation.

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Medical Sonographer

Diagnostic Medical Sonography Associate Degree

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As a graduate of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program, you can choose to work in a variety of health care settings including clinics, hospitals, private practice physician offices, and public health facilities and laboratories. You perform routine sonographic (ultrasound) examinations of the body to include the abdomen, small parts, obstetrics, and gynecology. You work closely with physicians and may assist in the performance of invasive procedures. The Diagnostic Medical Sonography program is accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of the Allied Health Education Programs.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Health Information Technology Associate Degree

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This field is where healthcare meets the cutting edge of technology. The Bureau of Labor Statistics cites health information as one of the fastest-growing occupations in the United States. Health information technicians contribute to the quality of care by collecting, analyzing, and reporting health care data. That requires knowledge of disease, treatments, computer systems, privacy/security and organizational skills. Credits from the Medical Coding technical diploma may be applied towards this program. The Health Information Technology program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).Graduates are eligible to take the national certification exam offered by the American Health Information Management Association to become Registered Health Information Technicians (RHIT). CAHIIM accreditation outcomes for NWTC’s 2016-17 graduates are as follows: • 86% of students were very satisfied/satisfied with their program • 67% of students who sat for the national RHIT exam passed on first attempt • 58% of students accepted into the Health Information Technology program completed

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Medical Coding Specialist Technical Diploma

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The Medical Coding Specialist program is designed to prepare students for employment in all types of health care organizations, insurance companies, or government agencies associated with medical coding, reimbursement, health services research, and health care planning. All credits from this technical diploma can be applied to the Health Information Technology associate degree. This technical diploma will take a minimum of three terms to complete.

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Laboratory Technician

Laboratory Science Technology Associate Degree

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Are you ready for a fast-paced, hands-on career that will maximize your analytical skills and challenge you every day? The Laboratory Science Technology Associate of Applied Sciences Degree program blends key theoretical concepts with practical laboratory skills needed for success in a broad range of science careers, including biological, chemical, and environmental industries as well as academic research laboratories. This program has been designed not only to prepare you for immediate employment, but also to transfer smoothly to local universities, allowing you to start your science education at NWTC and continue toward a bachelor’s degree and beyond. Courses will focus on experimental design, application of scientific principles in analysis of results, accurate documentation processes, fundamentals of quality measurement, and use of industry-standard instrumentation and protocols.

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Medical Laboratory Technician Associate Degree

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As a medical laboratory technician, you're a valued member of the health care team who provides clinical information for disease prevention, medical diagnosis, and treatment of patients by processing specimens and performing laboratory tests. You may also have responsibilities for information processing, training, and quality control monitoring. While most medical laboratory technicians work in hospitals or clinic labs, you may also choose to work for veterinary laboratories, industrial labs, insurance companies, research facilities, environmental labs, or public health labs. The Medical Laboratory Technician program is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences. Program graduates are eligible to take the Medical Laboratory Technician certification exam through the American Society for Clinical Pathology.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Technical Diploma

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Medical Assistant program graduates are eligible for employment in a variety of settings which could include physicians' offices, insurance providers, medical laboratories, or medical records departments. As a member of the health care team, the medical assistant prepares patients for examination or treatment, takes vital signs, performs simple lab tests, performs electrocardiograms, and performs administrative functions. If you are looking for a career working in a fast-paced environment where you interact with many people every day, medical assistant is the career for you. The Medical Assistant program is accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon recommendation of the Medical Assistant Education Review Board (MAERB). Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs 25400 US Hwy 19N., Suite 158 Clearwater, FL 33763 727-210-2350 www.caahep.org

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Nursing Assistant Technical Diploma

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Nursing Assistant program graduates are eligible for employment in a variety of settings which could include an acute care hospital, long-term care/rehab facility, or home health agency. As a member of the health care team, the nursing assistant provides personal and daily care to clients who need assistance. Why choose the Nursing Assistant program at NWTC? Success--More than 98 percent of NWTC Nursing Assistant graduates pass their written competency test on their first attempt. And the number of NWTC graduates who pass the skills test is higher than the state of Wisconsin average. Quality--many students are offered employment during their clinical experience. Expertise--The Nursing Assistant faculty all have extensive work experience in taking care of elderly clients. The Nursing Assistant program is approved by the Office of Caregiver Quality within the Division of Quality Assurance as part of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

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Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy Technician Technical Diploma

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If you're ill or injured, you have access to an enormous variety of therapeutic medications, and you trust your pharmacy to correctly interpret and fill your prescriptions. Pharmacy technicians contribute to our safety by assisting pharmacists in a variety of technical tasks. If you're attentive to detail, organized, a good communicator, and like math, science, and working with people, a career as a pharmacy technician may be your prescription for success.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy Certificate

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The Phlebotomy Certificate teaches blood-collecting techniques that include venipuncture, and skin punctures to provide samples necessary for lab analysis. Students also learn techniques and procedures needed to assist with various lab procedures, including specimen processing. The phlebotomist must recognize any conditions that might alter collections, correlate types of lab tests to the written diagnosis, and communicate with both the laboratory and the patients to provide the best care possible and assure specimen integrity.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapy Assistant Associate Degree

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Physical therapist assistants assist the physical therapist in the provision of physical therapy, perform physical therapy interventions and related tasks, carry out operational functions, make modifications within the scope of the established plan of care, and perform documentation and assessments. The state of Wisconsin requires a license to practice as a physical therapist assistant. As a graduate of this associate degree program, you are eligible to take the National Physical Therapist Examination for Physical Therapist Assistants through the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing Bridge from Medical Assistant Technical Diploma

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As a Practical Nursing program graduate, you're eligible for careers in a variety of settings which could include an acute care hospital, long term care/rehab facility, physician's office, insurance provider, or home health agency. As a member of the health care team, the licensed practical nurse provides care to patients whose conditions are relatively stable and assists the registered nurse or health care provider in the care of the acutely ill patient.

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Practical Nursing Technical Diploma

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As a Practical Nursing program graduate, you're eligible for careers in a variety of settings which could include an acute care hospital, long term care/rehab facility, physician's office, insurance provider, or home health agency. As a member of the health care team, the licensed practical nurse provides care to patients whose conditions are relatively stable and assists the registered nurse or health care provider in the care of the acutely ill patient. Why choose the Practical Nursing program at NWTC? Success - more than 92 percent of NWTC Practical Nursing graduates consistently pass their NCLEX-PN on their first attempt. Quality - many students are offered employment during their final clinical experience. Expertise- the Practical Nursing faculty are experts in the nursing profession who have completed graduate level nursing education. This program is approved by the Wisconsin Board of Nursing, Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services and is accredited by the ACEN: Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. Graduates of this program, after obtaining licensure and completing additional coursework, may enter the Nursing-Associate Degree program.

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Radiology Technician

Radiography Associate Degree

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Radiography is an exciting and challenging field involving the use of highly sophisticated equipment to create radiographs- the anatomical images that are used by physicians to diagnose disease. Radiographers have direct patient contact in clinic and hospital settings and are valuable members of the primary health care team. A graduate of the Radiography program can choose a career in a variety of health care settings including clinics, hospitals, and private practice physician offices. Graduates of the program are qualified to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist Certification Examination. Career advancement opportunities exist in additional imaging modalities, education, and administration as education/application specialists, sales representatives, and technical advisors.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapy Associate Degree

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As a graduate of the Respiratory Therapy program, you’re prepared to evaluate, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate patients with chronic and acute diseases of the heart and lungs. Typical careers include hospital staff therapist, pulmonary function technologist, sleep disorder center technician, shift supervisor, department manager, home care therapist/manager, nursing home therapist, respiratory care educator, and medical equipment and supplies sales representative. Respiratory Therapy program graduates are eligible to take the National Board for Respiratory Care Credentialing Examination.

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technologist Technical Diploma

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As a surgical technologist you are a valuable member of the surgical team. You will prepare and maintain a sterile field before and during surgery, pass instruments and supplies to the surgeon, provide safe patient care, and prepare instruments for operative procedures. You may work in a hospital, outpatient surgery, private practice or clinical setting. As a Surgical Technologist program graduate, you may also have a career as a central supply technician, claims approver, private scrub technician and medical sales person. Graduates of this technical diploma are required to take the Surgical Technology National Certification Exam.

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Energy Industry

Electrical Lineman

Electrical Power Distribution Technical Diploma

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Qualified line technicians are needed to install, maintain, and operate the complex network of power lines and cables that supply electric energy to residential, commercial, and industrial customers. Electrical Power Distribution prepares students with classroom and hands-on training in all phases of power line construction and maintenance. Students must be willing to work in a diverse work environment in all weather conditions and be comfortable at heights.

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Nuclear Technician

Nuclear Technology Associate Degree

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The increasing use of radiation and radioactive materials in today's world has created a demand for nuclear technicians. This demand is expected to remain high for years to come. The Nuclear Technology program offers students a unique opportunity to obtain the specialized training in demand by businesses and organizations licensed to utilize radioactive materials. It is also an excellent springboard for a four-year degree in the high-demand fields of health physics, radiation safety and nuclear engineering. Nuclear technicians have a variety of career opportunities at businesses such as nuclear power facilities, radioactive waste handling facilities, radiopharmaceutical companies, universities and national laboratories, medical facilities, U. S. Department of Energy sites, hospitals, or emergency management organizations. Nuclear Technology is a shared program between Lakeshore Technical College (LTC) and NWTC. Classes are offered in a traditional classroom setting using interactive television methods to link the two technical colleges. For flexibility, some classes may be taken in an online format through LTC.

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Solar Energy Technician

Renewable Energy-Solar Electric (Photovoltaic) Certificate

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Explore renewable energy generation systems with a focus on solar electric (photovoltaic) systems.

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Renewable Energy-Solar Thermal Certificate

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Explore renewable energy with a focus on solar thermal systems.

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Solar Energy Technology Associate Degree

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The Solar Energy Technology program provides installers, designers, and technical sales personnel the skills to assess sites; design systems; an install, operate, and maintain solar electric and solar thermal systems for residential and commercial applications in the growing renewable energy industry. Potential employment possibilities will be with existing solar, electrical and mechanical contractors to help expand their offerings of solar energy technologies. Other possible areas of employment are with energy consulting firms, design firms and utilities. With additional education and experience, graduates can expand their careers to energy analyst, journeyperson electrician/plumber, project manager, energy engineer, and environmental consultant.

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Wind Turbine Technician

Wind Energy Technology Associate Degree

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The wind energy industry is the fastest growing segment of renewable energy production. The U.S. and Canadian commercial wind farms are experiencing annual growth of 25 percent. Employers seek skilled technicians for operation and maintenance activities in local wind farm settings. Within U.S. and international wind turbine manufacturers, there is also intense demand for upper-level technicians including installation technicians, quality control technicians, and warranty and commissioning technicians. Operation and maintenance positions remain with wind farm locations; other technicians travel extensively with the development of new wind farms and repair/retrofitting of wind farms around the world.

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Business Industry

Training and Development Specialist

Human Resource Compliance Pathway Certificate

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Gain or improve your skills in human resources, specifically with overall employment law compliance and record-keeping.

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Human Resources Associate Degree

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Human resource specialists play a respected role in any organization. From small businesses to large corporations, human resource specialists are needed to understand and advise employees and supervisors on the following topics: employment law, training and development of employees, compensation and benefits administration, labor relations, and wellness/safety initiatives. Typical positions in this field include human resources generalist; hiring coordinator; payroll/benefits coordinator; staffing coordinator; labor relations specialist; compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists; and training and development specialist.

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Earn + Learn Programs

Construction

Carpenter

Carpentry Apprenticeship

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Electrician

Construction Electrician Apprenticeship

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HVAC Technician

HVAC Installer/Servicer Apprenticeship

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Plumber

Plumbing Apprenticeship

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Pipefitter / Steamfitter

Steamfitter Apprenticeship

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Contact Phone Number

920-498-5400

Address

2740 W Mason St
Green Bay, WI 54307-9042
United States