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Construction Industry

Welder

Advanced Metalworking Certificate

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This certificate is for those students who are seeking to improve their skills for the metalworking industry. Students will increase their skills in the welding, machining and layout processes that are commonly used in the metalworking industry. The skills learned will provide students with the necessary entry-level skills required by most small- to medium-sized metalworking job shops.

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Advanced Welding Techniques Certificate

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Pipe Welding Technology Certificate

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Welding Fundamentals Certificate

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Welding Technology Certificate

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Welding programs are designed to provide the student with a wide range of welding experiences. Programs will cover welding theory, blueprint reading, metallurgy and inspection and test procedures. There will be extensive laboratory practice in SMAW, GMAW, GTAW and oxy-acetylene welding processes. The student will learn to weld with electrodes and wires in all positions common to the welding industry. Program completers will have adequate skills to qualify for employment as a welder.

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Welding Technology, A.A.S.

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The Welding Technology AAS will provide welding courses designed to assist welding professionals by expanding their knowledge base, core competencies and general education. Individually, each course addresses specific workplace situations. Additionally, successful completion of all courses offered demonstrates the student’s readiness to take the American Welding Society certification examinations.

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Civil Engineering Technician

Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Engineering Technology combines the analytical approach to engineering with the practical skills necessary to apply modern technology. With greater theoretical understanding and mathematical background than the technicians, the engineering technologist finds new and better solutions for today’s problems in the current state of the art, taking the most advanced ideas from limited use to broad-based acceptance.

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Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Heavy Equipment Technology Certificate

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level occupations involving maintenance and repair of heavy duty trucks and equipment. Upon completion of the curriculum, the students should have basic knowledge of engine, brakes, servicing and undercarriage.

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Heavy Equipment Technology, A.A.S.

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A two-year program leading to an Associate in Applied Science Degree. The program is designed to prepare students for occupations involving the maintenance and repair of heavy duty trucks and equipment. Upon completion of the curriculum, the student should have a thorough knowledge of engine and brake repair, servicing, sales and alignment. Also upon completion, the student has the option to capstone into a participating four-year institution.

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Heavy Equipment Transportation Certificate

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for occupations involving the maintenance, repair, and operation of semi-tractor trailer units. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, the student will have a thorough knowledge of engine and brake repair, servicing, alignment, and operation of a tractor-trailer unit. The Illinois Secretary of State’s Commercial Driver’s License Pre-Trip, Skills and Road Examinations will be administered.

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Construction Equipment Operator

Heavy Equipment Transportation Certificate

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for occupations involving the maintenance, repair, and operation of semi-tractor trailer units. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, the student will have a thorough knowledge of engine and brake repair, servicing, alignment, and operation of a tractor-trailer unit. The Illinois Secretary of State’s Commercial Driver’s License Pre-Trip, Skills and Road Examinations will be administered.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Air Conditioning Certificate

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Today, integrated electronic systems and complex computers run vehicles and measure their performance while on the road. Technicians must have an increasingly broad base of knowledge about how vehicles’ complex components work and interact, as well as the ability to work with electronic diagnostic equipment and computer-based technical reference materials. Automotive service technicians use their high-tech skills to inspect, maintain, and repair automobiles and light trucks that run on gasoline, ethanol and other alternative fuels, such as electricity. The increasing sophistication of automotive technology now requires workers who can use computerized shop equipment and work with electronic components while maintaining their skills with traditional hand tools. Computers also have become commonplace in modern repair shops. Service technicians use readouts from computerized diagnostic testing devices. A shop’s computerized system provides automatic updates to technical manuals and unlimited access to manufacturers’ service information, technical service bulletins, and other databases which allow technicians to keep current on problem spots and to learn new procedures.

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Automotive Brake Certificate

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Today, integrated electronic systems and complex computers run vehicles and measure their performance while on the road. Technicians must have an increasingly broad base of knowledge about how vehicles’ complex components work and interact, as well as the ability to work with electronic diagnostic equipment and computer-based technical reference materials. Automotive service technicians use their high-tech skills to inspect, maintain, and repair automobiles and light trucks that run on gasoline, ethanol and other alternative fuels, such as electricity. The increasing sophistication of automotive technology now requires workers who can use computerized shop equipment and work with electronic components while maintaining their skills with traditional hand tools. Computers also have become commonplace in modern repair shops. Service technicians use readouts from computerized diagnostic testing devices. A shop’s computerized system provides automatic updates to technical manuals and unlimited access to manufacturers’ service information, technical service bulletins, and other databases which allow technicians to keep current on problem spots and to learn new procedures.

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Automotive Electrical Certificate

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Today, integrated electronic systems and complex computers run vehicles and measure their performance while on the road. Technicians must have an increasingly broad base of knowledge about how vehicles’ complex components work and interact, as well as the ability to work with electronic diagnostic equipment and computer-based technical reference materials. Automotive service technicians use their high-tech skills to inspect, maintain, and repair automobiles and light trucks that run on gasoline, ethanol and other alternative fuels, such as electricity. The increasing sophistication of automotive technology now requires workers who can use computerized shop equipment and work with electronic components while maintaining their skills with traditional hand tools. Computers also have become commonplace in modern repair shops. Service technicians use readouts from computerized diagnostic testing devices. A shop’s computerized system provides automatic updates to technical manuals and unlimited access to manufacturers’ service information, technical service bulletins, and other databases which allow technicians to keep current on problem spots and to learn new procedures.

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Automotive Engine Repair Certificate

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Today, integrated electronic systems and complex computers run vehicles and measure their performance while on the road. Technicians must have an increasingly broad base of knowledge about how vehicles’ complex components work and interact, as well as the ability to work with electronic diagnostic equipment and computer-based technical reference materials. Automotive service technicians use their high-tech skills to inspect, maintain, and repair automobiles and light trucks that run on gasoline, ethanol and other alternative fuels, such as electricity. The increasing sophistication of automotive technology now requires workers who can use computerized shop equipment and work with electronic components while maintaining their skills with traditional hand tools. Computers also have become commonplace in modern repair shops. Service technicians use readouts from computerized diagnostic testing devices. A shop’s computerized system provides automatic updates to technical manuals and unlimited access to manufacturers’ service information, technical service bulletins, and other databases which allow technicians to keep current on problem spots and to learn new procedures.

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Automotive Suspension and Steering Certificate

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Today, integrated electronic systems and complex computers run vehicles and measure their performance while on the road. Technicians must have an increasingly broad base of knowledge about how vehicles’ complex components work and interact, as well as the ability to work with electronic diagnostic equipment and computer-based technical reference materials. Automotive service technicians use their high-tech skills to inspect, maintain, and repair automobiles and light trucks that run on gasoline, ethanol and other alternative fuels, such as electricity. The increasing sophistication of automotive technology now requires workers who can use computerized shop equipment and work with electronic components while maintaining their skills with traditional hand tools. Computers also have become commonplace in modern repair shops. Service technicians use readouts from computerized diagnostic testing devices. A shop’s computerized system provides automatic updates to technical manuals and unlimited access to manufacturers’ service information, technical service bulletins, and other databases which allow technicians to keep current on problem spots and to learn new procedures.

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Automotive Technology Certificate

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Today, integrated electronic systems and complex computers run vehicles and measure their performance while on the road. Technicians must have an increasingly broad base of knowledge about how vehicles’ complex components work and interact, as well as the ability to work with electronic diagnostic equipment and computer-based technical reference materials. Automotive service technicians use their high-tech skills to inspect, maintain, and repair automobiles and light trucks that run on gasoline, ethanol and other alternative fuels, such as electricity. The increasing sophistication of automotive technology now requires workers who can use computerized shop equipment and work with electronic components while maintaining their skills with traditional hand tools. Computers also have become commonplace in modern repair shops. Service technicians use readouts from computerized diagnostic testing devices. A shop’s computerized system provides automatic updates to technical manuals and unlimited access to manufacturers’ service information, technical service bulletins, and other databases which allow technicians to keep current on problem spots and to learn new procedures.

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Automotive Technology, A.A.S.

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A two-year program which leads to an Associate in Applied Science Degree, this curriculum is based on Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) standards designed to prepare the student for certification in the automotive industry. The Automotive Technology program qualifies for Master Certification from the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) and the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. The program also is accredited by NATEF. Upon completion, the student has the option to capstone into a participating four-year institution.

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Automotive Transmission Certificate

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Today, integrated electronic systems and complex computers run vehicles and measure their performance while on the road. Technicians must have an increasingly broad base of knowledge about how vehicles’ complex components work and interact, as well as the ability to work with electronic diagnostic equipment and computer-based technical reference materials. Automotive service technicians use their high-tech skills to inspect, maintain, and repair automobiles and light trucks that run on gasoline, ethanol and other alternative fuels, such as electricity. The increasing sophistication of automotive technology now requires workers who can use computerized shop equipment and work with electronic components while maintaining their skills with traditional hand tools. Computers also have become commonplace in modern repair shops. Service technicians use readouts from computerized diagnostic testing devices. A shop’s computerized system provides automatic updates to technical manuals and unlimited access to manufacturers’ service information, technical service bulletins, and other databases which allow technicians to keep current on problem spots and to learn new procedures.

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Truck Driver

Truck Driver Training Certificate

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for a career as a Truck Driver. Career opportunities exist in the field of truck driving, including intrastate and interstate. Learning will occur in the classroom and in a tractor-trailer. The Illinois Secretary of State’s Commercial Driver’s License Pre-Trip, Skills and Road Examinations will be administered.

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Manufacturing Industry

Machinist

Basic Machining Certificate

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This certificate is for those students who are seeking to improve their skills for the machining industry. Students will learn thefundamentals of machining using lathes and milling machining.The basic fundamentals of setting up the machine, selecting the correct tool, adjusting tool speed, determining depth of cut, and the use of precision measuring tools will be covered.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Industrial Electronics and Maintenance Technician, A.A.S.

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The program is designed to train students in electronics and maintenance fundamentals, the associated circuitry and components, troubleshooting and repair of systems. All courses contain a balance of the latest theory and hands-on lab experience that will develop a well-rounded and versatile technician. Students who complete the Industrial Electronics and Maintenance Technician program should be qualified for entry-level positions with a variety of industries. The knowledge gained from these courses may enable students who are pursuing a four-year degree to capstone into programs at senior-level institutions. The core technical classes may prove to be very valuable to those persons already employed in industry desiring to upgrade their skills.

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Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Certificate

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This certificate will provide those seeking employment or current technicians with the fundamental electrical skills necessary to configure, program, connect sensors, motors, or other output devices, and troubleshoot Allen Bradley SLC 500 control systems. PLCs will be configured in a stand-alone and a network environment using a teach pendant and the computer-based RSLogic software.

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Robotics and Automation Certificate

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This certificate will train students in the necessary skills and knowledge to seek employment as a technician responsible for the installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of automated equipment. Basic principles of DC, AC and digital circuits are the cornerstone of this certificate. Skills of wiring, programming and troubleshooting programmable logic controllers are then added to the student’s basic knowledge. Robotics skills are taught, including robot set-up, flow charting, programming points, programming sequence instructions and conditional commands.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Industrial Electronics and Maintenance Technician, A.A.S.

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The program is designed to train students in electronics and maintenance fundamentals, the associated circuitry and components, troubleshooting and repair of systems. All courses contain a balance of the latest theory and hands-on lab experience that will develop a well-rounded and versatile technician. Students who complete the Industrial Electronics and Maintenance Technician program should be qualified for entry-level positions with a variety of industries. The knowledge gained from these courses may enable students who are pursuing a four-year degree to capstone into programs at senior-level institutions. The core technical classes may prove to be very valuable to those persons already employed in industry desiring to upgrade their skills.

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Industrial Maintenance Multi-Technician Certificate

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This program is designed to train students in the lndustrial Maintenance and Electronics field who have a complementary AAS or in-depth industry experience. These core technical classes are very valuable to those persons already employed in industry desiring to upgrade their skills.

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Industrial Maintenance Technician Certificate

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This certificate is designed to assist those students desiring a fundamental set of skills in order to enter the job market quickly. All courses in this certificate can be used in the Industrial Electronics and Maintenance degree.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Industrial Electronics and Maintenance Technician, A.A.S.

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The program is designed to train students in electronics and maintenance fundamentals, the associated circuitry and components, troubleshooting and repair of systems. All courses contain a balance of the latest theory and hands-on lab experience that will develop a well-rounded and versatile technician. Students who complete the Industrial Electronics and Maintenance Technician program should be qualified for entry-level positions with a variety of industries. The knowledge gained from these courses may enable students who are pursuing a four-year degree to capstone into programs at senior-level institutions. The core technical classes may prove to be very valuable to those persons already employed in industry desiring to upgrade their skills.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Industrial Technology, A.A.S.

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Industrial Technology has as its objective the training of qualified personnel who can develop and direct the manufacture and distribution of products. The program is a balanced curriculum of studies drawn from a variety of disciplines relating to the processes, principles of distribution and concepts of industrial management and human relations. Communication skills, humanities and social sciences are studied to develop managerial abilities. Knowledge of physical science, mathematics, design and technical skills gained from the program allows the graduate to cope with technical production problems. A total of 64 hours is required for the Associate in Science Degree.

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Manufacturing Technology Certificate

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The Manufacturing Technology program is designed to prepare graduates for supervisory or technical positions in manufacturing. Curriculum requirements are broad-based to enable graduates to obtain employment in a wide variety of manufacturing areas, such as quality control, production and inventory control, manufacturing processes and computer-aided manufacturing. The technician will develop a fundamental knowledge of materials, manufacturing process, quality processes, and computer, electrical, mechanical and machine control systems related to manufacturing disciplines.

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Manufacturing Technology, A.A.S.

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The Manufacturing Technology program is designed to prepare graduates for supervisory or technical positions in manufacturing. Curriculum requirements are broad-based to enable graduates to obtain employment in a wide variety of manufacturing areas, such as quality control, production and inventory control, manufacturing processes and computer-aided manufacturing. The technician will develop a fundamental knowledge of materials, manufacturing process, quality processes, and computer, electrical, mechanical and machine control systems related to manufacturing disciplines.

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Healthcare Industry

Certified Nursing Assistant

CAN- Basic Nurse Assistant Certificate

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This course is designed to prepare the individual to work in the role of a Certified Nurse Assistant in a variety of health care settings. It is approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health. Upon successful completion of classroom and clinical experiences, the student will be eligible to apply to take the state CNA registry examination.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Certificate

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Medical Assistant, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to prepare individuals to take the national certification examination and earn the Medical Assistant credential. Medical assistants work under the supervision of physicians in their offices, clinics and other facilities. Medical assistants perform both administrative duties such as scheduling appointments, maintaining medical records and billing, and clinical tasks such as taking and recording vital signs and medical histories, preparing patients for examination, drawing blood and administering medications as directed by a physician. All curriculum courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Coding Certificate

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RLC’s Medical Coding Certificate program is a great fit for the person who wants to work in the medical field, but prefers to avoid hands-on patient care. Are you interested in health information, health sciences, and laws and ethics? Medical Coding may be right for you. Medical coding is the process of converting descriptions of medical diagnoses and procedures into universal medical code numbers. The medical coding professional has a unique blend of clinical knowledge and information management skills. Computer applications are used to manage health information and review medical records. Coding professionals must possess a thorough understanding of diagnostic and procedural phrases in order to translate the information into coded form. The Medical coder must also be familiar with the laws and regulations relative to disclosure, confidentiality, maintenance, and retention of medical records.

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Medical Support Specialist Certificate

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This one semester certificate program is designed to prepare students with the knowledge and skills necessary for an entry-level position in medical offices, hospitals, and other healthcare facilities. Students will be trained in basic computer skills, proper medical terminology, customer service communication, and medical billing and coding.

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MRI Technician

MRI Certificate

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The Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Certificate prepares radiographers to work in medical facilities as MRI technologists. Graduates of the program are equipped with the appropriate knowledge to take the national MRI certification examination given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

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Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy Technician Certificate

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The Pharmacy Technician certificate program seeks to provide qualified students with the technical skills and knowledge needed to practice in a variety of pharmacy settings. This program will give the student the knowledge base needed to pass the National Pharmacy Technician Certification Examination offered by the Pharmacy technician Certification Board. Pharmacy technicians work under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. All curriculum courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy Certificate

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The health care field continues to grow, and anyone looking for short-term training in this area should take a look at Rend Lake College’s one-semester certificate in phlebotomy. A phlebotomist is responsible for collecting blood specimens as ordered by a physician or other health care professional. A phlebotomist draws blood for tests, transfusions, donations, or research, and may be responsible for explaining the procedure to patients and assisting in the recovery of patients with adverse reactions.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing Certificate

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Radiology Technician

Radiology Technology, A.A.S.

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This program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. This program is designed to prepare students for careers in Radiologic Technology. The curriculum includes instruction in the operation of radiographic equipment, study of human anatomy and clinical experience. All curriculum courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better. A criminal history background check is required. To continue in the Radiologic Technology program, all RAD courses must be taken in the order outlined in the curriculum.

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Vet Technician

Veterinary Assistant Certificate

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The Veterinary Assistant certificate program prepares students with the knowledge and skills needed for a career working with animals in a variety of settings such as veterinary clinics, boarding kennels, grooming salons, pet shops and animal shelters.

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer Networking Certificate

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The Computer Networking certificate provides students with the necessary information and skills to network computers on both wired and wireless networks. Course objectives will follow CompTIA Network+ certification guidelines. Courses offer a balance of classroom and laboratory activities.

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Linux Networking Certificate

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The Linux Networking certificate provides students with the necessary information and skills to be able to configure and install Linux-based desktops and servers. Courses offer a balance of classroom and laboratory exercises using Linux virtual machines. Competency requirements identified on a national level have been used to develop the curriculum.

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Software Developer

Computer Programaming, A.A.S.

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This two-year program leads to the Associate in Applied Science Degree in Computer Programming. It is designed to provide students with the necessary information and skills to seek entry-level employment as a computer programmer in a business environment. Graduates will be prepared to assist and/or participate in the software development process of common business applications such as, but not limited to: user interface, database access and manipulation, report generation and web page design.

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Computer Programming Cert

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This certificate will provide individuals who are in a career transition and/or desiring to improve their knowledge of object-oriented programming a method to document their accomplishments.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Science, A.A.S.

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The Computer Science Business Option provides students with the background in business necessary for advanced degrees and/or careers in several areas, including but not limited to business systems programming, computer operations or information systems management, computer networking, systems analysis and web development. A total of 64 hours is required for the Associate in Science Degree. Students are advised to check with the institution to which they are transferring or a Rend Lake College advisor for additional requirements.

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Data Security Management

Cyber Security Certificate

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The Cyber Security Specialist certificate provides students with the necessary knowledge and skills to detect and mitigate cyber attacks. Students are taught how to understand cyber attack vectors and investigate cyber intrusions, as well as proactive defense methods. Courses offer a balance of classroom and laboratory activities.

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IT Security Specialist, A.A.S.

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The IT Security Specialist is a two-year program designed to provide students with the necessary information and skills to become an IT technician with emphasis on security. Courses contain a balance of classroom and laboratory activities with
modern hardware and up-to-date software. Students who successfully complete this program qualify for a variety of entrylevel positions in the computer industry. The program provides a foundation for those who are seeking Cisco, Microsoft, and
ComptiaTIA certifications. National competency requriements have been used to develop the curriculum. The knowledge gained from these courses may enable students who are pursuing a four-year degree to capstone into programs at senior-level institutions.

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Database Administrator

IT Database Specialist, A.A.S.

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The IT Database Specialist is a two-year program designedThe IT Database Specialist is a two-year program designed to provide students with the necessary information and skills tobecome an IT technician with emphasis on databases. Courses contain a balance of classroom and laboratory activities with modern hardware and up-to-date software. Students who successfully complete this program qualify for a variety of entry-level positions in the computer industry. The program provides a foundation for those who are seeking Cisco, Microsoft, and ComptiaTIA certifications. National competency requirements have been used to develop the curriculum. The knowledge gained from these courses may enable students who are pursuing a four-year degree to capstone into programs at senior-level institutions.

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IT Support Specialist

PC Maintenance Certificate

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The PC Maintenance Certificate is designed to provide students with the necessary information and skills to become a computer and network technician and to take the CompTIA A+ certification test. Courses contain a balance of classroom and laboratory activities with modern hardware and up-to-date software. Students completing this program should be qualified for a variety of entry-level positions as a technician and provide a foundation for those seeking to expand their knowledge of networks. Competency requirements identified on a national level have been used to develop the curriculum.

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Public Service Industry

Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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This two-year program leads to an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Criminal Justice (64 hours), with specializations in either police science or corrections. The curriculum is designed to provide students with a general background in all areas of criminal justice and prepare them for positions in police science, private security or corrections. Graduates will be prepared for jobs in police and sheriff departments, private security firms and correctional institutions. The curriculum provides those in the field with a means to upgrade job skills and enhance advancement potential.

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Police and Corrections Certificate

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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This two-year program leads to an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Criminal Justice (64 hours), with specializations in either police science or corrections. The curriculum is designed to provide students with a general background in all areas of criminal justice and prepare them for positions in police science, private security or corrections. Graduates will be prepared for jobs in police and sheriff departments, private security firms and correctional institutions. The curriculum provides those in the field with a means to upgrade job skills and enhance advancement potential.

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Police and Corrections Certificate

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Assistant Certificate

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These foundation courses provide the student with basic knowledge needed for entry-level positions in the field of early childhood education.

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Early Childhood Education Certificate

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This one-year certificate provides students with a background in Early Childhood Education courses. Courses in this two-semester certificate align with the associate degree program to promote a seamless transition into the Associate in Applied Science Degree

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Early Childhood Education, A.A.S.

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This two-year program leads to an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Early Childhood Education. The curriculum provides students with the background in early childhood and general studies necessary for a career in early childhood education. Graduates will be prepared for positions as family child care providers, teachers and directors in child care centers, family group homes, Head Start programs, and after school programs. The degree also prepares students for teacher’s aides positions in public school classrooms and in special education programs. Additionally, this degree meets the requirements for Gateways to Opportunities Early Childhood Credential Level 4.

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Early Childhood- Level Three Certificate

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The Level Three Certificate is designed to lead the early childhood professional to a Level Three Early Childhood Credential through Illinois Gateways to Opportunity. The certificate fulfills the coursework requirements. The student must submit required documentation and fee associated with this credential to Illinois Gateways to Opportunity.

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Early Childhood- Level Two Certificate

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The Level Two Certificate is designed to lead the early childhood professional to a Level Two Early Childhood Credential through Illinois Gateways to Opportunity. The certificate fulfills the coursework requirements. The student must submit required documentation and fee associated with this credential to Illinois Gateways to Opportunity.

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Teacher Assistant

Early Childhood Assistant Certificate

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These foundation courses provide the student with basic knowledge needed for entry-level positions in the field of early childhood education.

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Technical Assistance Credential Certificate

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The Gateways Technical Assistance (TA) Credential is a credential which is cross-sector and includes all aspects of coaching, mentoring, and relationship-based professional development. The TA Credential is a symbol of professional achievement which validates the knowledge and skills, experience, and contributions required to a variety of roles which relate to relationship-based professional development in Early Childhood Education. The roles include mentor / consultant in early education and / or school-age practitioners, evidence-based practices coach, professional needs assessor, and supporter of the development needs of children. The certificate coursework encompasses the appropriate topics required by Gateways to ensure alignment to the credentialing standards.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Technician Certificate

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This program is approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health and meets current IDPH standards for training as an Emergency Medical Technician. Successful completers of the certificate may apply to take the Illinois Department of Public Health EMT-B examination. Learning will occur in classroom, laboratory, hospital and field settings.

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EMT Paramedic Certificate

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This program is approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health and meets current IDPH standards for training as an Emergency Medical Technician – Paramedic. Successful completers of the certificate may apply to take the Illinois Department of Public Health EMT-P examination. Learning will occur in classroom, laboratory, hospital and field settings. Students are required to earn a grade of “C” or better in EMTP courses.

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EMT Paramedic, A.A.S.

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This program, approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health, is designed to prepare students for a career as a paramedic. Career opportunities exist in the field of medical services, including medical and ambulance services, fire departments and industrial settings. Graduates will be eligible to apply to take the Illinois Department of Public Health Paramedic licensure examination. Learning will occur in classroom, laboratory, hospital and field clinical settings. Students are required to earn a grade of “C” or better in EMTP courses.

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Energy Industry

Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Technology Certificate

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Diesel Technology prepares students to enter various segments of the diesel repair industry as an entry-level technician. This includes

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Diesel Technology, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Diesel Equipment Technology Program is to provide the regional workforce with credentialed

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Power Generation Technician

Diesel Technology Certificate

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Diesel Technology prepares students to enter various segments of the diesel repair industry as an entry-level technician. This includes

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Diesel Technology, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Diesel Equipment Technology Program is to provide the regional workforce with credentialed

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Graphic Design Certificate

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Graphic Technician Certificate

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The Graphic Technician certificate program prepares students for employment requiring design responsibilities in a variety of organizational settings. The curriculum partners the necessary knowledge of design techniques with skills needed to be successful in business settings through enhanced communication skills and a working knowledge of office systems software.

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Graphic Web Design Certificate

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This certificate will prepare individuals with the necessary skills for entry-level positions in the area of Web Design. The curriculum emphasizes a general knowledge of design elements and principles, typography, color theory, beginning and intermediate Adobe software training, web design applications and mobile platforms in a hands-on learning experience in the laboratory classroom.

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Visual Communication Design, A.A.S.

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Visual Communication Design includes planning, analyzing and creating visual solutions to communication problems. Graphic designers use print, electronic and film media while using a variety of methods such as color, type, illustration, photography, animation and various print and layout techniques. Graphic designers develop the overall layout and production design of magazines, newspapers, journals, corporate reports and other publications.They also produce promotional displays, packaging, marketing brochures for products and services, and logos for products and business, and develop signs/ signage for systems for design, interactive media, multimedia projects and may also create the opening and closing credits of movies and television programs. Surveys of area businesses indicate a demand for graduates of this two-year Associate in Applied Science Degree program.

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