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Adobe Certified Associate (Online-3 Vouchers Included) Certificate of Completion

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There is a strong demand for Adobe Creative Suite skills. In the Adobe Certified Associate course, you will learn five of the most often-used Adobe programs: Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, and Animate (formerly Flash). You will read short readings, complete exercises and watch video demos and reviews of exercises, take quizzes and exams, and complete a project.

By focusing on these five programs, you will learn how to put all the parts and pieces together to develop the Adobe Creative Suite skills needed to be professionals in the design field. This course includes a voucher to take the certifying exam. Proctor fees may apply, which are not included.

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Adobe Certified Associate (Online-5 Vouchers Included) Certificate of Completion

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There is a strong demand for Adobe Creative Suite skills. In the Adobe Certified Associate course, you will learn five of the most often-used Adobe programs: Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, and Animate (formerly Flash). You will read short readings, complete exercises and watch video demos and reviews of exercises, take quizzes and exams, and complete a project.

By focusing on these five programs, you will learn how to put all the parts and pieces together to develop the Adobe Creative Suite skills needed to be professionals in the design field. This course includes a voucher to take the certifying exams. Proctor fees may apply, which are not included.

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Digital Arts (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Looking to make your mark in the digital arts? The Digital Arts Online Training course will give you the education you need. You'll gain hands-on experience in fundamental technical and creative skills in digital imaging, traditional drawing, and digital illustration. You will master the intricacies of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, build your understanding of color, and explore the representation of form through vector illustration and drawing.

Hands-on projects focus on core skills and provide you with experience in traditional and digital media. Class assignments include digital imaging, vector drawing, traditional drawing, color and composition, and editorial illustration.

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Graphic Design with Photoshop (Online) Certificate of Completion

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The need for cutting edge, professionally-designed interactive media keeps growing, and that means qualified graphic designers are in high demand. In this nationally-recognized course, you'll prepare for a dream job in the graphic design field by mastering Photoshop, the world's most popular application for creating and editing graphic images.

You'll begin with basic graphic design techniques and build your skills from the bottom-up, mastering the terms and processes that professional graphic artists rely on. You'll learn the rules and standards for effective graphic design and discover innovative strategies. This knowledge of graphic design will help you select graphics that convey the desired message, style, and tone for a variety of clients. Additionally, you'll discover how to correctly package a project for printing and production.

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Graphic Design with Photoshop (Online-Software Included) Certificate of Completion

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This nationally recognized training course will teach you the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop, the gold standard for image creation and editing. This course will teach you graphic design basics and build your skills step-by-step, as you master the terms and processes used by professional graphic artists. You'll not only learn the rules and standards for effective graphic design, but you'll also discover strategies for creating graphics that convey desired messages, styles, and tones.

You'll practice with real-world examples, challenges, and thought-provoking assignments, and learn how to determine a client's needs, design marketing materials to meet those needs, in addition to assembling your designs in an online portfolio to enter the industry. This course will help you create images that stand apart from the competition, in addition to positioning you for a rewarding career in graphic design.

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Graphic Technician Certificate of Proficiency

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In the Graphic Technician program students learn to communicate with employees, customers, and other businesses through printed material, websites, electronic presentations, videos and other related media. This program is designed to provide the student with a thorough understanding of the skills and visual literacy needed for employment in the graphic design media industry. The courses will cover visual language, composition, typography, photography, color, and graphic communication. The Graphic Technician program provides comprehensive training in software applications and skills to prepare students for employment requiring design responsibilities in a variety of organizational settings.

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Multimedia Arts (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Looking to launch your career in multimedia art and design? The Multimedia Design Online Training course equips you with the fundamental technical and conceptual skills for this challenging interdisciplinary environment. You'll gain proficiency in the core tools for interactive development: Adobe Photoshop, Premiere Pro, and After Effects, and you'll learn to shoot and edit digital video. You'll also discover how to create images, pages, and motion graphics for web-based multimedia.

Hands-on projects focus on essential skills and provide you with experience in working in a broad range of media. Class assignments include digital image retouching and compositing, web pages and interfaces, scripted and documentary video-making, color and typography studies, video and audio editing, and motion graphics.

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Visual Art & Design - Animation Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design Department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Photography, Web Design, and Graphic Communications Technologies.

Students who elect to pursue an AAS Degree in Animation will prepare themselves for entry level work in an animation related profession. They develop foundation drawing and design skills, apply animation principles in time based visualizations, and illustrate a working knowledge of quality visual storytelling. Students should choose electives and projects carefully to develop a working competency of both the arts and technologies involved in at least one specific area of the discipline. The Animation Emphasis is very technically rigorous and drawing intensive. It requires careful scheduling of classes to complete the program in the recommended time.

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Visual Art & Design - Graphic Communications Certificate of Completion

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design Department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Photography, Web Design, and Graphic Communications Technologies.

Students who elect to pursue a Certificate of Completion in Graphic Communications Technologies will prepare themselves for entry level work in the graphic communications industry (printing). In this certificate program students use standard software programs, basic printing techniques, and technical procedures to prepare materials for both traditional publishing (printing) and new digital publishing technologies (tables and digital devices).

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Visual Art & Design - Graphic Communications Emphasis, A.S.

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design Department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Graphic Communications, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Photography, and Web Design.

Students who elect to pursue an AS Degree in Graphic Communications will prepare themselves for entry-level work in the graphic communications industry and/or transfer to a 4-year college or university. In this associate’s program students use standard software programs, basic printing techniques, and technical procedures to prepare materials for both traditional publishing (printing) and new digital publishing technologies (tablets and digital devices, etc…). Students pursuing this AS degree will prepare themselves for successful transfer to an institution offering four-year Graphic Arts degrees.

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Visual Art & Design - Graphic Design Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Game Development, Graphic Communications, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Motion Graphics, Photography, and Web Design.

Students who elect to pursue an AAS Degree in Graphic Design will prepare themselves for entry-level work in various applications of visual art, graphic design and advertising. Integral parts of this program, which are necessary for employment in the graphic design field, include design creativity and proficiency in current computer programs.

Graphic designers are responsible for the creative concept, design, layout and execution of printed and digital materials such as ads, brochures, logos, annual reports, catalogs, signs, packaging, posters, mobile apps, banners, and websites, etc.

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Visual Art & Design - Motion Graphics & Visual Effects Certificate of Proficiency

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design Department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Photography, Web Design, and Graphic Communication Technology.

Students who elect to pursue a Certificate of Proficiency in Motion Graphics & Visual Effects will prepare themselves to for entry level work in a related profession. They develop foundation drawing and design skills, apply animation principles in time based visualizations, and illustrate a working knowledge of quality visual storytelling. Students should choose electives and projects carefully to develop a working competency of both the arts and technologies involved in at least one specific area of the discipline. The Animation Emphasis is very technically rigorous and drawing intensive. It requires careful scheduling of classes to complete the program in the recommended times. The Certificates of Proficiency in Game Design or Motion Graphics may be used as stackable credentials for the Visual Art & Design Animation AS or AAS degrees.

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Visual Art & Design - Web Design Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design Department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Photography, Web Design, and Graphic Communications Technologies.

Students who elect to pursue an AAS degree in Web Design will prepare themselves for entry-level work in the design, creation, and maintenance of websites. Web Design students will obtain both creative and technical skill sets in Web Design, HTML, CSS and JavaScript alongside structural knowledge of web marketing, web animation, e-Commerce, the social and mobile web.

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Visual Art & Design- Multimedia Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design Department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Photography, Web Design, and Graphic Communications Technologies.Students who elect to pursue an AAS Degree in Multimedia will prepare themselves for entry-level work using industry applications for authoring multimedia content for diverse delivery mediums, including internet, mobile devices, HDTV content and turn key applications. In addition, students will become adept at using computers to edit sound and video, create 3D graphics, animation and digital artwork, as well as designing/producing printed collateral and developing websites. These technical skills are complimented by courses that will provide the opportunity to acquire solid art and design abilities. Those with a propensity for learning technical concepts and a creative and artistic aptitude will enjoy the exciting field of multimedia.

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Web Graphic Design Certificate of Proficiency

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The Web Graphic Design Certificate of Proficiency is designed to prepare students to design websites from concept to completion and includes coursework in basic design principles, website architecture, graphic design, web animation, audio and video production, and website promotion. Students will prepare a portfolio of websites they can use to demonstrate their skills to potential employers.

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Web Site Designer Certificate of Proficiency

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Businesses continually communicate with employees, customers, and other businesses through printed material, web sites, electronic presentations, videos, and other related media. This program is designed to provide you with the necessary skills to design, create, and publish dynamic interactive web sites using the latest web design authoring software. The courses will provide you with skills to produce professional user-friendly web sites that will incorporate efficiency of design, and ease of maintenance. The Web Site Designer program provides comprehensive training in software applications and skills to prepare you for employment doing web design tasks in a variety of organizational settings.

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AV Technician

Film Production Technician, A.A.S.

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The Film Production Technician program provides students with the specialized knowledge required to perform a wide variety of tasks encountered in the professional world of film and video production.

Students master skills required to be competitive for technical positions in Utah’s local film industry. Such skills will include the interpretation of industry technical terms and functions, the operation of motion picture camera equipment, and understanding grip & electrical work on a soundstage, scene composition, lighting, and audio. Students will learn the pre-production, production, and post-production processes.

Students may train for various film industry positions such as camera operator, camera assistant, audio mixer/recordist, 1st assistant director, grip, lighting designer assistant, sound designer, video/film editor, colorist.

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Music Recording Technology Certificate of Proficiency

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This certificate program is part of the music program’s participation in the college-wide “stackable credentials” initiative to create certificates that reflect student achievement even when students have not completed an entire degree program. This certificate represents the recording technology-only portion of a proposed Music Recording Technology AAS degree (meaning this certificate requires no additional musical training such as theory and no GE requirements that would be included in the AAS degree). The certificate represents proficiency working with digital audio recording equipment and related software applications (specifically digital audio workstations).

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Music Recording Technology, A.A.S.

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The Music Recording Technology AAS degree program will provide students with the required skills to perform high-level tasks in the music recording industry, the business skills to be successful entrepreneurs, and the opportunity to build a portfolio of projects that will demonstrate their skills and technical abilities. Broadcast and sound engineering technicians and radio operators perform a wide variety of tasks. Their duties include setting up, operating, and maintaining the electronic equipment used in nearly all radio and television broadcasts, concerts, plays, sound recordings, and movies. They also install and maintain audiovisual equipment in businesses, schools, homes, performance venues, and other settings. There are many specialized occupations in this field.

This program will help students develop the requisite skills and technical knowledge to install and maintain audiovisual equipment and to make professional quality audio recordings for a variety of media (film, television, radio, commercial recordings, computer games, etc.); it will also help students develop the entrepreneurial ability to help them to monetize these skills. The program strives to combine a solid foundation in traditional musical and technical instruction with opportunities to gain experience working on projects modeled after those regularly encountered by professionals in the music and multimedia production industries. Music Recording Technology students will collaborate with students from other programs, such as film or animation students, as a part of their education and training.

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Video or Radio Production, A.A.S.

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The Communication Department offers an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Video Production or Radio Production. This degree gives students hands-on experience and the opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge to go directly into the workplace. Students studying in this program will learn to effectively use aesthetic theories of visual imaging and sound throughout the production process, through a combination of lectures, studio and field production, post-production editing, and multimedia delivery.

Courses in the program are all learning-based and are designed to engage students to participate in the material presented in the classroom. Students learn to become active participants in media, rather than mere passive receivers of information. As students participate in coursework, they become media literate and begin to broaden their knowledge, think critically, communicate effectively, and grow through ethical considerations and civic engagement.

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Visual Art & Design - Photography Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design Department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Photography, Web Design, and Graphic Communications Technologies.Photography is widely used in visual art and design, including fine art. Students who elect to pursue the AAS Degree in Visual Art & Design’s Photography Emphasis will become acquainted with, and gain competencies in, all aspects of the photographic arts. Competencies will include: film and digital camera operation, studio and existing lighting control, working in both digital and film environments to produce color and black and white imagery. This prepares students to work as freelance photographers or continue their education for an advanced degree. Students will learn various visual art business practices and they will prepare a professional portfolio. The final and exit portfolio is a required component of the Photography Program and is designed to obtain an entry-level job within one of the many photography related career paths.The photography emphasis student must have access to fully adjustable camera equipment (digital SLR) and additional equipment and supplies as required for this program and its various courses.

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Technical Writer

Technical Writing (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Communication is one of the most important elements of any business, and in many industries, employees rely heavily on written instructions and procedures. Technical writers advance and improve both internal and external communications by writing for websites, emails, proposals, technical instructions, and more. Professionals with these skills are in high demand throughout the business world, in schools and government agencies, and more. This technical writing course is the best way to get started learning everything you need to know about this exciting and diverse field.

This technical writing course is for you if you want to develop your technical writing abilities or are seeking a professional career as a technical writer. It will improve your understanding and use of written communications, making you an asset in any administrative, management, or technical writer role. Within the course, you will learn research methods, audience considerations, various writing styles, drafting and revision techniques, working in a collaborative environment, and more. This course will also introduce you to a variety of media and formats, such as Microsoft Word and Adobe PDF, and the different writing standards typically required for each.

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Visual Art and Design - Animation Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design Department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Photography, Web Design, and Graphic Communications Technologies.
Students who elect to pursue an AAS Degree in Animation will prepare themselves for entry level work in an animation related profession. They develop foundation drawing and design skills, apply animation principles in time based visualizations, and illustrate a working knowledge of quality visual storytelling. Students should choose electives and projects carefully to develop a working competency of both the arts and technologies involved in at least one specific area of the discipline. The Animation Emphasis is very technically rigorous and drawing intensive. It requires careful scheduling of classes to complete the program in the recommended time.

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Visual Art and Design - Graphic Communications Certificate of Completion

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design Department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Photography, Web Design, and Graphic Communications Technologies.
Students who elect to pursue a Certificate of Completion in Graphic Communications Technologies will prepare themselves for entry level work in the graphic communications industry (printing). In this certificate program students use standard software programs, basic printing techniques, and technical procedures to prepare materials for both traditional publishing (printing) and new digital publishing technologies (tables and digital devices).

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Visual Art and Design - Graphic Communications Emphasis, A.S.

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design Department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Graphic Communications, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Photography, and Web Design.
Students who elect to pursue an AS Degree in Graphic Communications will prepare themselves for entry-level work in the graphic communications industry and/or transfer to a 4-year college or university. In this associate’s program students use standard software programs, basic printing techniques, and technical procedures to prepare materials for both traditional publishing (printing) and new digital publishing technologies (tablets and digital devices, etc…). Students pursuing this AS degree will prepare themselves for successful transfer to an institution offering four-year Graphic Arts degrees.

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Visual Art and Design - Graphic Design Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Game Development, Graphic Communications, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Motion Graphics, Photography, and Web Design.
Students who elect to pursue an AAS Degree in Graphic Design will prepare themselves for entry-level work in various applications of visual art, graphic design and advertising. Integral parts of this program, which are necessary for employment in the graphic design field, include design creativity and proficiency in current computer programs.
Graphic designers are responsible for the creative concept, design, layout and execution of printed and digital materials such as ads, brochures, logos, annual reports, catalogs, signs, packaging, posters, mobile apps, banners, and websites, etc.

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Visual Art and Design - Motion Graphics and Visual Effects Certificate of Proficiency

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design Department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Photography, Web Design, and Graphic Communication Technology.
Students who elect to pursue a Certificate of Proficiency in Motion Graphics & Visual Effects will prepare themselves to for entry level work in a related profession. They develop foundation drawing and design skills, apply animation principles in time based visualizations, and illustrate a working knowledge of quality visual storytelling. Students should choose electives and projects carefully to develop a working competency of both the arts and technologies involved in at least one specific area of the discipline. The Animation Emphasis is very technically rigorous and drawing intensive. It requires careful scheduling of classes to complete the program in the recommended times. The Certificates of Proficiency in Game Design or Motion Graphics may be used as stackable credentials for the Visual Art & Design Animation AS or AAS degrees.

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Visual Art and Design - Photography Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design Department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Photography, Web Design, and Graphic Communications Technologies.Photography is widely used in visual art and design, including fine art. Students who elect to pursue the AAS Degree in Visual Art & Design’s Photography Emphasis will become acquainted with, and gain competencies in, all aspects of the photographic arts. Competencies will include: film and digital camera operation, studio and existing lighting control, working in both digital and film environments to produce color and black and white imagery. This prepares students to work as freelance photographers or continue their education for an advanced degree. Students will learn various visual art business practices and they will prepare a professional portfolio. The final and exit portfolio is a required component of the Photography Program and is designed to obtain an entry-level job within one of the many photography related career paths.The photography emphasis student must have access to fully adjustable camera equipment (digital SLR) and additional equipment and supplies as required for this program and its various courses.

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Visual Art and Design - Web Design Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design Department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Photography, Web Design, and Graphic Communications Technologies.
Students who elect to pursue an AAS degree in Web Design will prepare themselves for entry-level work in the design, creation, and maintenance of websites. Web Design students will obtain both creative and technical skill sets in Web Design, HTML, CSS and JavaScript alongside structural knowledge of web marketing, web animation, e-Commerce, the social and mobile web.

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Visual Art and Design- Multimedia Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. The Visual Art & Design Department allows students to specialize in the following areas: Animation, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Photography, Web Design, and Graphic Communications Technologies.Students who elect to pursue an AAS Degree in Multimedia will prepare themselves for entry-level work using industry applications for authoring multimedia content for diverse delivery mediums, including internet, mobile devices, HDTV content and turn key applications. In addition, students will become adept at using computers to edit sound and video, create 3D graphics, animation and digital artwork, as well as designing/producing printed collateral and developing websites. These technical skills are complimented by courses that will provide the opportunity to acquire solid art and design abilities. Those with a propensity for learning technical concepts and a creative and artistic aptitude will enjoy the exciting field of multimedia.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Advanced Hospital Coding and CCS Prep (Online-Voucher Included)

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Facility coding (hospital coding) is one of the best-paying sectors of the coding profession. If you're already performing some aspect of facility coding, the Advanced Hospital Coding (AHC) course will fill in the gaps, making you a more marketable employee. If you're currently working in a physician's office or other ambulatory care setting, this course will give you the edge you need to advance in the workplace.

Hospital coding is rarely an entry-level position, and most hospital coders are required to be certified. AHC covers advanced, hospital-specific coding and billing procedures and is designed to help you meet the challenge of today's changing standards. This course utilizes your existing knowledge of medical terminology and healthcare sciences. Upon completion, you will receive a voucher to take the Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) exam.

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CBCS Certified Medical Administrative Assistant with Medical Billing and Coding (Online-Vouchers Included) Certificate of Completion

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The CBCS Certified Medical Administrative Assistant with Medical Billing and Coding is geared towards students who are interested in obtaining a career in the healthcare industry, but have little to no experience within the sector.

This comprehensive program will provide a foundation of medical vocabulary, to help you better understand doctors' notes and medical record contents. It will also teach you essential medical office management skills that healthcare managers look for, when hiring new front office staff. This course offers valuable training in medical office management and legal, ethical, and regulatory concepts that are central to this field, including HIPAA compliance and third-party guidelines for filing insurance claims. You will gain hands-on, practical experience in medical billing and coding and work with the main coding manual ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT, and HCPCS Level II. You will learn how to code diagnoses, services, and procedures for all systems of the body.

You'll also have the option to complete the all-new Career Roadmap lesson for Medical Billing and Coding. This lesson will help you find, land, and keep a job in your new field. These job-finding and job-landing skills will serve you now and throughout the rest of your career.

Upon completion of this program, you will be prepared to sit for the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) and the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) exams offered by National Healthcareer Association (NHA). The registration fee for the (CBCS) and (CMAA) exams are included with this program.

This program will also prepare you to sit for the Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam and the Certified Coding Associate (CCA) exam.

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CBCS Medical Billing and Coding (Online-Voucher Included) Certificate of Completion

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There has never been a better time to enter the field of Medical Billing and Coding. Healthcare workers are in high demand, as more than 900,000 practicing physicians in the United States rely on medical billers and coders to receive payment for their services. CBCS Medical Billing and Coding is an ideal course for students new to this important position in the healthcare field. If you're seeking entry into the healthcare industry, this comprehensive course will provide you with all the information you need to earn a certification in medical billing and coding.

Certified professional coders assign numeric codes to each procedure that appears in a patient's medical record, so that payment can be rendered quickly and correctly. Aside from medical facilities, medical coding jobs are available with health insurance companies, pharmacies, medical suppliers, consulting firms, and medical billing companies.

During this course, you will learn the foundations of a medical vocabulary to help you better understand the contents of a patient's medical record, as well as notes from practicing physicians. In addition, you'll learn current medical coding standards, so you can be successful within the industry. You will be prepared to sit for the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) exam offered by the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). This course includes a voucher which covers the fee of the exam.

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CCA Certified Medical Administrative Assistant with Medical Billing and Coding (Online-Vouchers Included) Certificate of Completion

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The CCA Certified Medical Administrative Assistant with Medical Billing and Coding is geared towards students who are interested in obtaining a career in the healthcare industry, but have little to no experience within the sector.

This comprehensive program will provide a foundation of medical vocabulary, to help you better understand doctors' notes and medical record contents. It will also teach you essential medical office management skills that healthcare managers look for, when hiring front office staff. This course offers valuable training in medical office management and legal, ethical, and regulatory concepts that are central to this field, including HIPAA compliance and third-party guidelines for filing insurance claims. You will gain hands-on, practical experience in medical billing and coding and work with the main coding manual ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT, and HCPCS Level II. You will learn how to code diagnoses, services, and procedures for all systems of the body.

Upon completion of this program, you will be prepared to sit for the Certified Coding Associate (CCA) exam, offered by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) exam offered by National Healthcareer Association (NHA). The registration fees for both exams are included with this program.

This program will also prepare you to sit for the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) exam and the Certified Coding Associate (CCA) exam.

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CCA Medical Billing and Coding (Online-Voucher Included) Certificate of Completion

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Medical Billing and Coding is one of the fastest growing careers. Employment of medical coders is projected to grow 15 percent, which is more than double the average for all occupations. Healthcare workers are in high demand due to the increased medical needs of an aging population and the increased number of Americans qualifying for health insurance. This means there are numerous job opportunities for this type of position across the country.

The CCA Medical Billing and Coding course will prepare you for an entry-level career within the healthcare industry. You will learn current medical coding standards, to help you accurately track patient accounts and find gainful employment within this growing workforce sector.

This course is designed to help you successfully prepare for the Certified Coding Associate (CCA) exam, offered by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). This course includes a voucher which covers the fee of the exam.

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Certified Inpatient Coding (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Demand for medical coders will grow 13% by 2026, so there's no better time to advance your career. This online medical coding course will train you to become a Certified Inpatient Coder.

The AAPC Certified Inpatient Coder (CIC™) credential proves that you are an expert in inpatient medical records review. Earning CIC™ certification requires previous work experience, so most professionals prepare for the exam while working full-time. With this course's flexible online format, you can prepare for the CIC™ exam on your own schedule.

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Certified Inpatient Coding (Online-Voucher Included) Certificate of Completion

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Demand for medical coders will grow 13% by 2026, so there's no better time to advance your career. This online medical coding course will train you to become a Certified Inpatient Coder.

The AAPC Certified Inpatient Coder (CIC™) credential proves that you are an expert in inpatient medical records review. Earning CIC™ certification requires previous work experience, so most professionals prepare for the exam while working full-time. With this course's flexible online format, you can prepare for the CIC™ exam on your own schedule.

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Certified Outpatient Coding (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Medical coding for outpatient facilities is an important skillset to help outpatient hospitals/facilities receive appropriate reimbursement and maintain compliance with coding guidelines and government/payer regulations. The material is presented in a step-by-step manner, and you will learn by completing readings and completing interactive lectures. The course also includes quizzes and exams, so you can test your skills at regular intervals throughout the material. Through these methods, you will learn essential introductory and advanced medical coding skills for outpatient hospitals/facilities.

You will also receive access to the AAPC Advanced ICD-10-CM Online Code Set Training which will take your ICD-10-CM coding skills to a higher level. You will get hands-on training that includes coding for conditions such as, clinical concepts for comprehensive coding of conditions, insight on chronic and acute conditions, and practical coding exercises. Upon completion of this course you will be prepared for the AAPC Certified Outpatient Coder (COC) exam. This course offers enrollment with or without a voucher. The voucher is prepaid access to AAPC membership, COC practice exams, access to the Practicode tool, and the AAPC Certified Outpatient Coder (COC™) exam.

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Certified Outpatient Coding (Online-Voucher Included) Certificate of Completion

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Medical coding for outpatient facilities is an important skillset to help outpatient hospitals/facilities receive appropriate reimbursement and maintain compliance with coding guidelines and government/payer regulations. The material is presented in a step-by-step manner, and you will learn by completing readings and completing interactive lectures. The course also includes quizzes and exams, so you can test your skills at regular intervals throughout the material. Through these methods, you will learn essential introductory and advanced medical coding skills for outpatient hospitals/facilities.

You will also receive access to the AAPC Advanced ICD-10-CM Online Code Set Training which will take your ICD-10-CM coding skills to a higher level. You will get hands-on training that includes coding for conditions such as, clinical concepts for comprehensive coding of conditions, insight on chronic and acute conditions, and practical coding exercises. Upon completion of this course you will be prepared for the AAPC Certified Outpatient Coder (COC) exam. This course offers enrollment with or without a voucher. The voucher is prepaid access to AAPC membership, COC practice exams, access to the Practicode tool, and the AAPC Certified Outpatient Coder (COC™) exam.

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Coding Core for the Healthcare Professional Certificate of Achievement

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The Coding Core for the Health Care Professional Certificate prepares people currently working in the health care industry to become a national certified medical coder. The program will cover ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS courses in preparation for the AAPC and/or AHIMA national certification exams.

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CPC Certified Medical Administrative Assistant with Medical Billing and Coding (Online-Vouchers Included) Certificate of Completion

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The CPC Certified Medical Administrative Assistant with Medical Billing and Coding is geared towards students who are interested in obtaining a career in the healthcare industry, but have little to no experience within the sector.

This comprehensive program will provide a foundation of medical vocabulary, to help you better understand doctors' notes and medical record contents. It will also teach you essential medical office management skills that healthcare managers look for, when hiring new front office staff.

Upon completion of this program, you will be prepared to sit for the Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam, offered by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) and the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) exam offered by National Healthcareer Association (NHA). The registration fees for both exams are included with this program.

This program will also prepare you to sit for the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) exam and the Certified Coding Associate (CCA) exam.

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CPC Medical Billing and Coding (Online-Voucher Included)

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Whether you're just starting out or transitioning into a different field, this course will help you enter the medical billing and coding field. More than 850,000 practicing physicians in the United States rely on medical billers and coders to receive payment for their services and the demand is only growing.

Medical Terminology focuses on the language of medicine. You will study word parts and the structures and functions of the human body. You will also learn about the disorders and medical procedures common to each body system.

CPC Medical Billing and Coding (Voucher Included) will train you in the legal, ethical, and regulatory concepts central to a career in the medical billing and coding field. You will gain hands-on, practical experience in medical billing and coding and work with the main coding manuals: ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT, and HCPCS Level II. You will also have the option to complete a Career Roadmap lesson to help you find, land, and keep a job in your new field.

This course also prepares you for the American Academy of Professional Coders' (AAPC) Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam. You will complete PractiCode lessons, practice exams, and work from the official CPC Certification guide. This course includes a 1-year AAPC membership and voucher for the CPC exam cost and one free retake.

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ICD-10 Medical Coding (Online) Certificate of Completion

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ICD-10 is an upgraded diagnostic and procedural medical coding system that, by law, must be implemented throughout the healthcare industry. This new coding system is radically different from the version currently in use, so it's important to start preparing for and implementing the massive changes to the existing coding system. This online course offers you comprehensive, robust training in diagnostic and procedural coding, using the ICD-10-CM (diagnostic) and ICD-10-PCS (procedural) coding manuals.

This training includes detailed instructions for using the coding manuals, understanding the coding guidelines, and accurately applying the ICD-10 coding steps. There are more than 40 quizzes and exams for diagnoses and procedures by body system to test your knowledge and understanding. In addition, you will find information on the impact of the coding changes on medical coders, healthcare staff, physicians, software systems, documentation, and information technology.

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Medical Coding and Billing Certificate of Proficiency

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This non-credit training program prepares students to pass the National Medical Coding Certification Exam (CPC-A) and work in outpatient medical coding areas of hospitals, larger medical clinics, medical supply companies and doctors’ offices. It provides basic clerical training in computer concepts, Internet, e-mail, word basics, medical terminology, insurance billing, medical accounting/patient scheduling software, outpatient coding, (CPT, ICD-10, and HCPCS), HIPAA Certification and spreadsheets. Emphasis is placed on customer service relations. This curriculum includes an 80-hour cooperative externship at a medical facility billing and/or coding department.

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Medical Office Administration Certificate of Proficiency

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The Medical Office Administration program will provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to competently perform the duties of an administrative medical assistant as defined by local and national standards. Medical Office Administration employees are trained primarily to work in doctors’ offices and other ambulatory care clinics as an integral member of the allied health care delivery team helping with administrative tasks including business functions, medical records, patient intake, billing and insurance and other front office tasks.

The program will be offered in a flexible open entry / open exit format. Students will be trained in administrative areas of medical assisting along with CPR and First Aid. The curriculum will allow the students to gain competency in cognitive, psychomotor and affective competencies.

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Medical Scribe Certificate of Achievement

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The Medical Scribe Program, a Competency Based Education training program, will provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to competently perform the duties of a medical scribe as defined by local and national standards. Medical Scribe employees are trained primarily to work in doctors’ offices and other ambulatory care clinics, or inpatient facilities as an integral member of the allied health care delivery team to assist in real-time clinical documentation. The Medical Scribe collects information gathered at point-of-care under the direction of a licensed provider, and inputs data to create and maintain comprehensive and accurate electronic health records for the benefit of clinicians, healthcare staff, and patients.

The program will be offered in a flexible open entry / open exit format. Students will be trained in areas necessary for medical scribes including CPR and First Aid, anatomy, physiology and medical terminology. The curriculum will allow the students to gain competency in cognitive, psychomotor and affective competencies.

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Medical Assistant

Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) + Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) (Online-Vouchers Included) Certificate of Completion

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This comprehensive National Healthcareer Association (NHA)-certified course bundle will train you for one of today’s fastest growing careers. Upon completion, you will be eligible to sit for the NHA’s CEHR and CCMA certification exams. This course includes a voucher which covers the fee of the exam. You will also have the opportunity to gain access to our Externship Starter Kit.

In the first course, you will learn how medical law, ethics, and HIPAA rules factor into a clinical medical assistant’s work. In addition, you will be trained to use scheduling systems, facilitate patient check-in and check-out, assess medical record, administer injections, and more. You will also study body systems and their main functions, so you can assist with patient exams.

The second part of the bundle will train you in electronic health record (EHR) systems. You will learn how staff members and patients interact with EHR systems, what benefits these systems provide, and the steps to implementing an electronic health record system.

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Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (Online-Voucher Included) Certificate of Completion

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Clinical medical assistants are skilled multi-taskers who help to maximize the productivity of the healthcare team. Medical assistants enable a healthcare facility to operate more efficiently, which increases revenue and provides a positive experience for patients.

In this course, you will medical terminology, medical law and ethics, HIPAA rules, scheduling systems, patient check-in and check-out, contents of a medical record, anatomy, pathophysiology, pharmacology, nutrition, phlebotomy theory, injections, and routine treatment and laboratory duties.

You will also learn medical terms an their application. You'll start by learning the origins of medical words and how to recognize prefixes and suffixes used in medical terminology. Then you'll learn about the body as a whole and how to differentiate cells, tissues, organs, systems, and cavities. Next, you'll learn to define and describe the function of each system of the human body. This knowledge will help you take the next step in your medical career or education.

You will be also able to take the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) national certification exam offered by National Healthcareer Association (NHA). This course includes a voucher which covers the fee of the exam. Upon completion of the course, you will also have the opportunity to gain access to our Externship Starter Kit.

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Certified Clinical Medical Assistant for the Experienced CMMA (Online-Voucher Included) Certificate of Completion

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Clinical medical assistants are skilled multi-taskers who help to maximize the productivity of the healthcare team. To stand out in this high-demand field, you need a specialized skill set and certification. This National Healthcareer Association-certified course will train you for an entry-level position as clinical medical assistant and prepare you for the certification exam.

You will learn how medical law, ethics, and HIPAA rules factor into a clinical medical assistant’s work. In addition, you will be trained to use scheduling systems, facilitate patient check-in and check-out, assess medical record, administer injections, and more. You will also study body systems and their main functions, so you can assist with patient exams. After successfully completing this course, you will be able to take the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) certification exam offered by National Healthcareer Association (NHA). This course includes a voucher which covers the fee of the exam. You will also have the opportunity to gain access to our Externship Starter Kit.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Certified Nursing Assistant Certificate of Achievement

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This program is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to care for patients safely and to meet the State of Utah Nursing Assistant certification requirements. Students completing the program will learn to provide for the physical, physiological, psychological, emotional, and spiritual needs of the patient within a hospital or long-term care facility. The curriculum includes an overall introduction to human relations, anatomy, physiology, as well as, consideration of body mechanics, disease processes, and therapeutic approaches. Skills will be practiced in a “patient’s room”, which is equipped with a hospital bed, a mannequin “patient” and all required equipment and supplies needed for each skill. Students will also gain valuable knowledge and hands-on experience by participating in long-term care and hospital clinicals.

At the end of the completed program, students will:

Be CPR certified
Be HIPAA certified
Have 18 hours of Acute Care training in a hospital environment
Have 24 hours of Long-term care training
Be current with their required immunizations

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Certified Physical Therapy Aide (Online-Voucher Included) Certificate of Completion

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There's a growing need for physical therapy aides. In fact, PT aide jobs will grow over 29 percent through 2029. This online course will help you master the skills you need to work as a physical therapy aide.

Not only will you be prepared for the AMCA's Physical Therapy Technician/Aide certification exam, but an externship starter kit will also walk you through everything you need to know to land a PT aide externship.

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Physical Therapist Assistant, A.A.S.

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Being a Physical Therapist Assistant is a challenging but extremely rewarding job. It requires patience, empathy and the ability to analyze and evaluate individual situations. With these characteristics and the desire to help others heal physically and mentally, you can excel in SLCC’s Physical Therapist Assistant program.

We offer a small student-to-teacher ratio, which means an individualized learning environment and small classes taught by experienced Physical Therapists who bring years of knowledge and expertise to the program. Our student-centered curriculum integrates technology and e-Education and includes student-participation in an on-site physical therapy pro bono clinic. As a SLCC PTA student, you will get hands-on, clinical experience in a variety of settings, including hospitals, care centers, private practice, rehabilitation agencies, and schools.

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Dental Assistant

Cinical Dental Assistant (Online) Certificate of Completion

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This online dental assisting course is the most comprehensive you'll find. You'll learn about every aspect of professional dental assisting, including invaluable real-world perspectives from experienced dental assistants and essential information about anatomy and physiology, preventive dentistry, patient care and communication, radiology, pharmacology, anesthesia, assisting in specialty practices, employment strategies, and much more.

Toward the end of the course—or after completion—you will have the opportunity to apply for an externship, where you'll get real-life clinical assistant experience. You'll also be ready to pursue certification as a dental assistant by passing the radiology and infection control portions of the Dental Assisting National Board examination. The exam or one or more of its components is necessary in states where registration is required for dental assistants.

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Laboratory Technician

Clinical Lab Assistant Certificate of Achievement

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The Clinical Lab Assistant Program will provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to competently perform the duties of an entry level medical laboratory assistant. Clinical Lab Assistants are trained to work in doctors’ offices, hospital laboratories and other outpatient labs as an integral member of the allied health care delivery team.

Clinical Lab Assistants perform routine medical laboratory tests for the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease and may work under the supervision of a medical technologist. The curriculum will allow the students to gain competency in cognitive, psychomotor and affective competencies in entry level laboratory skills. The program will be offered in a flexible open entry / open exit format.

Instruction will be achieved in a Competency Based Education format with a combination of online, classroom, laboratory, and clinical activities.

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Microscopy Certificate of Proficiency

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The Microscopy Certificate of Proficiency Program will provide students with skills in basic optical, electron, and scanning probe microscopy techniques. Electron and scanning probe microscopes are powerful tools designed to generate topographical images and data on a wide variety of micro -and nanoscale materials. These microscopes are used in a multitude of academic and industrial endeavors across many scientific disciplines. This two-year certification program is comprised of coursework with a substantial hands-on component. Students who complete the program will be proficient in basic optical microscopy, scanning probe microscopy, electron microscopy, chemical characterization (x-ray/EDS), electrical characterization, image processing, interpretation of microscope data, and presentation of observations. The application of microscopy is an important component of numerous economic fields including but not limited to; semiconductors, materials science, metallurgy, engineering, environmental studies, medicine, manufacturing, and nanotechnology. This certificate is meant to be a stackable credential, meaning students can use the knowledge and technical skills acquired to enhance their chosen field of study or employment.

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Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygiene, A.A.S.

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The Dental Hygiene Program offers an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree which prepares graduates to practice entry level dental hygiene. Dental hygienists provide preventive and therapeutic health care services including oral health assessment & education, pit & fissure sealants, fluoride treatments, oral prophylaxis and advanced periodontal therapy; in addition to public dental health services.

Upon administrative approval, second-year SLCC dental hygiene students are eligible to take examinations required for licensure in all fifty states, including the written National Board Dental Hygiene Examination (NBDHE) and state or regional clinical examinations, such as the Western Regional Examination Board (WREB).

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Occupational Therapy Assistant

Occupational Therapy Assistant, A.A.S.

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Occupational Therapy is a health profession that provides services to children and adults of all ages whose lives have been disrupted by physical injury or illness, developmental problems, the aging process and/or psychosocial dysfunction. Occupational Therapy Assistants use occupation and purposeful activity with clients/patients to help them reach their maximum level of independence.

Specific tasks may include daily living skill training, fabrication of adaptive equipment, leading individual and group treatment activities, adapting home environments, ADA architectural accessibility standards, enabling computer access for the disabled, cognitive retraining, improving development of gross/fine motor skills and activities that enhance quality of life. Graduates will receive an Associate of Applied Science degree after successful completion of academic and fieldwork experiences.

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Therapeutic Recreation Technician Training

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This 90-hour online course is an introduction to the field of therapeutic recreation. It prepares students to take the state exam and obtain a license to be a Therapeutic Recreation Technician (TRT). Therapeutic Recreation uses purposeful recreation to increase functional ability and overall quality of life for individuals of any age who have an illness, disability or limitation.

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Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy Technician Workforce Training Certificate of Completion

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The Pharmacy Technician program at Salt Lake Community College provides the necessary training and externship to prepare students to take the national Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam and to apply for state licensure with the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing.
Coursework includes practical and technical training in medical terminology, pharmacology, calculations, claims adjudication, pharmacy computer skills, sterile and non-sterile compounding, law, and fieldwork preparation. Students complete a total of 31 credit hours in a full-time daytime or evening program.

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Radiology Technician

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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Radiologic technologists are needed in every healthcare setting, from hospitals to physicians offices to research settings. The SLCC Radiologic Technology program offers a balance of instruction in radiology courses and clinical experiences that will give you the skills required for professional practice. You will gain clinical experience in a diverse range of environments with access to current radiological technology under the guidance of our highly knowledgeable and experienced faculty and staff. Successful completion of the program leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree, which will allow you to find employment in this exciting, technologically advanced field. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Radiologic Technology leads to a national certification and state licensure. The program offers students didactic and clinical experiences to learn skills of an entry-level radiographer. Radiology courses are taught at Jordan Health Sciences building, Jordan Campus and clinical education occurs at local health care facilities. Students can complete General Education classes at any SLCC Campus location.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapy, A.A.S.

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Respiratory Therapists, also known as Respiratory Care Practitioners, provide treatment, evaluation, monitoring and management of patients with breathing disorders or cardiovascular problems. Respiratory therapists administer oxygen, perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation, manage mechanical ventilators, administer medications, monitor cardiopulmonary systems and measure lung function. Respiratory therapists treat all types of patients: premature infants whose lungs are not fully developed, elderly patients with chronic asthma or emphysema, as well as emergency care for heart attack, stroke, drowning or shock. Respiratory therapists work closely with physicians, nurses and other health care professionals to provide direct care to children and adults. The Respiratory Therapy program is a selective admission program that takes four semesters to complete once accepted. It is recommended that the student declare a Pre-Medical & Health Sciences Major prior to applying to the program. Successful completion entitles the student to an Associate of Applied Science degree in Respiratory Therapy and eligibility to sit for the Therapist Multiple Choice Registered Respiratory Therapist board exams.

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technology Certificate of Completion

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Surgical Technologists work as part of a surgical team under the supervision of a physician or registered nurse and are an important part of successful surgical procedures. The SLCC Surgical Technology program will equip you with the clinical skills and professional expertise to excel in this exciting field. We offer outstanding classroom instruction and clinical experiences under the supervision of our knowledgeable and experienced faculty and staff. Our graduates enjoy career success in a wide variety of surgical settings, including hospital operating rooms, outpatient care clinics, private surgery clinics, and more. The Surgical Technology Program requires students to acquire entry-level knowledge in the field of surgical technology. Students will demonstrate excellent skills competencies, and develop professional interpersonal skills and attitudes required for successful employment and work successfully in the operating room. Students will prepare to become competent entry-level Surgical Technologist. Graduates are required to take the National Certification Examination administered by the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA). Passing the national examination qualifies the individual as a Certified Surgical Technologist (CST®)

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Vet Technician

Veterinary Assistant (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Do you love animals? Have you ever thought about a career as a veterinary assistant? This intensive course will provide the information you need to become a productive member of a veterinary team. The course is designed for people who want to work as veterinary assistants at veterinary hospitals and for those already employed in related positions. Upon completion of the course, you will also have the opportunity to gain access to an Externship Starter Kit.

Are you looking for veterinary assistant schools near you? The course covers all the requirements that hospitals and veterinarians' offices look for, and more! You'll learn about every aspect of veterinary assisting, including anatomy and physiology, animal restraint, laboratory sample collection, assisting in surgery and dentistry, prescription preparation, and taking radiographs.

You'll also learn how to interact professionally with clients and gain the expertise you need to educate them about key topics in pet care, such as nutrition, vaccinations, and administering medication. The course concludes with a lesson to prepare you for the job market, in which you'll see how to create an effective resume, advance your expertise, and develop strong interview skills. You will truly learn everything you need to know to be successful in your new career.

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Veterinary Assistant with Horse Care Management (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Do you love animals — horses in particular? Have you considered a career as a veterinary assistant, stable manager, or horse caretaker? If so, this course sequence teaches you the skills you need to work directly with horses.

Whether you’re interested in joining a stable, equestrian center, or veterinary facility that works with large animals, having a fundamental knowledge of horse caretaking and veterinary science is essential. The Veterinary Assistant with Horse Care Management sequence provides a broad overview of horse care topics while teaching the technical skills needed to work as a veterinary assistant.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Advanced PCLs & Robotics Technician Certificate of Achievement

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This program is designed to meet the immediate needs of workforce training for the Advanced Manufacturing sectors. This program will prepare individuals to fill the needs in the Robotics Technician job area, and related job titles such as; Automation Technician, Electrical and Instrumentation Technician (E and I Technician), Field Service Technician, Instrument and Automation Technician, Instrument Specialist, Instrument Technician, Instrumentation and Controls Technician, Instrumentation and Process Controls Technician, Process Control Technician, Programmable Logic Controllers Technician. These Technicians may build, install, test, or maintain robotic equipment or related automated production systems.

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Electromechanical Assembly Technician Certificate of Achievement

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Students learn to use the latest techniques and tools to ensure high reliability soldering and electromechanical assembly in this multiple part, hands-on program. The Universal Assembly and Repair module covers all aspects of both single and double-sided through-hole circuit board technology, including: high reliability soldering, solder theory, assembly and rework techniques of wire connections, terminals, axial lead, DIPS, flat packs, and multi-leaded components. The surface mount technology assembly and repair module stresses the safe installation and removal of surface mount components, chip, SOT’s, MELF, SOICs, QFPs, and PLCC, using the latest equipment and techniques. Upon satisfactory completion of this program, students will be able to make “accept” or “reject” decisions for the appropriate class/classes of electronic assembly production, based on the acceptability requirements of the IPC-A-610G standard. The IPC-620-C course will train students in modern cabling and harnessing techniques and acceptability requirements of that standard. Students will prepare for the IPC 620 Industry certification. The J-Std-001 course will prepare students to pass the IPC J-Std-001G exam which include both a written and practical element. The Electromechanical Project Assembly course ties all of the program elements together resulting in a project with soldering, mechanical, cabling, safety, cleaning, and handling elements.

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Mechatronics (Online) Certificate of Completion

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The Mechatronics course provides an intensive overview of skills necessary for the mechatronics industry. You will learn math, inspection, safety, quality, electrical systems, automation, mechanical systems, fluid systems, rigging, and welding in Mechatronics.

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Robotics Technician (Online) Certificate of Completion

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An increasing number of companies are turning to robotics as a means for increased production. Robots have an impressive range of applications, from "pick and place" for packaging, to welding, painting, or inspecting parts immediately after a process. However, robots are not foolproof; they require effective preventive maintenance to ensure they operate at full capacity. If a robot malfunctions, an experienced maintenance professional must know how to troubleshoot the exact cause.

This Robotics Technician course provides an intensive overview of skills necessary for the robotics industry. You will learn math, safety, quality, electrical systems, automation, mechanical systems, fluid systems, and rigging to be on your way to a successful career as a robotics technician.

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Automation and Instrumentation Technician Certificate of Completion

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This program supports a wide variety of Automated Controls and Instrumentation occupations, involving automated systems, instrumentation, measurements, electric motors, controls systems, robotics, mechatronics, and the application of fluid power systems. In addition, this program follows the guidelines of the International Society of Automation, offering related courses that help to support and prepare for the ISA associate CST examination, as an entrance point. The Core Automation will provide the valued skills set required by industries involved in manufacturing, mining, refineries, robotics, building automation, renewable energy, and full-on industrial controls systems. The program provides a solid foundation of industrial electronics, to include the basic theory, laws, circuits, and fundamentals of AC/DC, Analog and Digital electronics. In addition, the student will learn how to use various test equipment for calibration, tuning, trouble-shooting and repair of electronic circuits. Students learn the skills required of an Automation and Instrumentation Technician to understand, control, maintain, construct, troubleshoot, and repair modern electronic automated systems. Coverage of industrial data communications is also included, as well as applications, theory and project based programmable logic controllers. The student has gained knowledge and practical psychomotor skills set, with the ability to work as a trained Automation/Controls/Instrumentation/Maintenance Technician.

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Certified Electronics Technician Certificate of Proficiency

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This Certified Electronics Technician program will provide the valued skills set required by industries involved in all aspects of the sector, such as; advanced manufacturing, medical, building automation, aviation, service, maintenance, and renewable energy. The program will provide the student with the skills set to obtain entry-level positions as Technicians, and support additional specialized education such as Robotics, Automation and Instrumentation, Communications, and Electronics Engineering. The student will be able to demonstrate proficiency in circuit’s concepts, electrical theory, calculations, circuit and component characteristics, circuit construction, test/measurements, schematic diagrams, troubleshooting, instrumentation and analysis, as they relate to CORE fundamentals. The program was designed to provide educational experiences that will engage, enrich, and provide a solid foundation for entry into a wide variety of Electronics Technologies fields, covering subjects such as Soldering Electronic Assemblies, Mathematics, and Technical Writing. Students learn the skills required of an Electronics Technician, and the ability to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair modern electronic systems. The program capstone is obtainment of the CET certificate as proof of this CORE knowledge base, this industry certification represents the same knowledge obtained by an A.A.S. degree in Electronics.

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Electronics Engineering Technology - Control Electronics Emphasis, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science degree in Electronic Engineering Technology provides the student with a solid foundation in electronics theory, application as well as established and emerging technologies. This program is designed for students who intend to enter the work force after obtaining the AAS degree. Students will be prepared to operate, install, troubleshoot, repair, maintain and service electronic equipment and systems. The program has a solid core in electronics and advanced courses which continue to build upon the fundamentals. The courses emphasize mastery of theory as well as attainment of skills and competencies vital to workforce needs.

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Mechatronics (Online) Certificate of Completion

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The Mechatronics course provides an intensive overview of skills necessary for the mechatronics industry. You will learn math, inspection, safety, quality, electrical systems, automation, mechanical systems, fluid systems, rigging, and welding in Mechatronics.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Certified Electronics Technician Certificate of Proficiency

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This Certified Electronics Technician program will provide the valued skills set required by industries involved in all aspects of the sector, such as; advanced manufacturing, medical, building automation, aviation, service, maintenance, and renewable energy. The program will provide the student with the skills set to obtain entry-level positions as Technicians, and support additional specialized education such as Robotics, Automation and Instrumentation, Communications, and Electronics Engineering. The student will be able to demonstrate proficiency in circuit’s concepts, electrical theory, calculations, circuit and component characteristics, circuit construction, test/measurements, schematic diagrams, troubleshooting, instrumentation and analysis, as they relate to CORE fundamentals. The program was designed to provide educational experiences that will engage, enrich, and provide a solid foundation for entry into a wide variety of Electronics Technologies fields, covering subjects such as Soldering Electronic Assemblies, Mathematics, and Technical Writing. Students learn the skills required of an Electronics Technician, and the ability to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair modern electronic systems. The program capstone is obtainment of the CET certificate as proof of this CORE knowledge base, this industry certification represents the same knowledge obtained by an A.A.S. degree in Electronics.

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Certified Electronics Technician Certificate of Proficiency

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This Certified Electronics Technician program will provide the valued skills set required by industries involved in all aspects of the sector, such as; advanced manufacturing, medical, building automation, aviation, service, maintenance, and renewable energy. The program will provide the student with the skills set to obtain entry-level positions as Technicians, and support additional specialized education such as Robotics, Automation and Instrumentation, Communications, and Electronics Engineering. The student will be able to demonstrate proficiency in circuit’s concepts, electrical theory, calculations, circuit and component characteristics, circuit construction, test/measurements, schematic diagrams, troubleshooting, instrumentation and analysis, as they relate to CORE fundamentals. The program was designed to provide educational experiences that will engage, enrich, and provide a solid foundation for entry into a wide variety of Electronics Technologies fields, covering subjects such as Soldering Electronic Assemblies, Mathematics, and Technical Writing. Students learn the skills required of an Electronics Technician, and the ability to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair modern electronic systems. The program capstone is obtainment of the CET certificate as proof of this CORE knowledge base, this industry certification represents the same knowledge obtained by an A.A.S. degree in Electronics.

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Electronics Assembly Technician Certificate of Achievement

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Students learn to use the latest techniques and tools to ensure high reliability soldering in this two-part, hands-on program. The universal assembly and repair module cover’s all aspects of both single and double-sided through-hole circuit board technology, including: high reliability soldering, solder theory; assembly and rework techniques of wire connections; terminals; axial lead; DIPS; flat packs and multi leaded components. The Surface Mount Technology (SMT) assembly and repair module stresses the safe installation and removal of surface-mount components, chip, SOTs, MELF, SOICs, QFPs and PLCC, using the latest equipment and techniques. Upon satisfactory completion of this program, students will be able to make “accept” or “reject” decisions for the appropriate class/classes of electronic assembly production, based upon the acceptability requirements of the IPC-A-610G standard.

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Electronics Engineering Technician Certificate of Achievement

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This program provides a solid foundation for students desiring to enter the electronics engineering technician field. Students learn the skills required of an electronic engineering technician, to support engineers involved in R&D, design, and manufacturing. The program covers programming with embedded controllers, introduction to robotics with industry applications and programming, schematic capture and circuit simulation. Courses also cover printed circuit board design and prototyping using software and PCB milling machines/systems. In addition, the program includes National Instruments Lab VIEW software, a widely used industry applications for programming Virtual Instruments, test and measurement, and controls.

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Electronics Engineering Technology Certificate of Completion

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The Electronic Engineering Technology Certificate of Completion provides the student with a foundation in electronics theory, application as well as established and emerging technologies. This program is designed for students who intend to enter the work force after obtaining the Certificate of Completion degree. Students will be prepared to operate, install, troubleshoot, repair, maintain and service electronic equipment and systems. The program has a solid core in electronics and advanced courses which continue to build upon the fundamentals. The courses emphasize mastery of theory as well as attainment of skills and competencies vital to workforce needs.

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Electronics Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science degree in Electronic Engineering Technology provides the student with a solid foundation in electronics theory, application as well as established and emerging technologies. This program is designed for students who intend to enter the work force after obtaining the AAS degree. Students will be prepared to operate, install, troubleshoot, repair, maintain and service electronic equipment and systems. The program has a solid core in electronics and advanced courses which continue to build upon the fundamentals. The courses emphasize mastery of theory as well as attainment of skills and competencies vital to workforce needs.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Engineering Design Manufacturing Technology - Manufacturing Engineering Technology MFET) Emphasis, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science degree in Engineering Technology with emphases in either “Product Design Engineering Technology (PDET), “Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET), or “Manufacturing Engineering Technology (MFET) provides the student with a solid foundation in electronics theory and application, as well as established and emerging technologies. This program is designed for students who intend to enter the work force after obtaining the AAS degree or transfer to other USHE institutions. The courses emphasize mastery of theory as well as attainment of skills and competencies through Lab experiences that are vital to workforce needs.

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Manufacturing Engineering Technology, A.S.

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Manufacturing Engineering Technology - the manufacturing engineering technician designs tooling for the fabrication of mass-produced parts, monitors the manufacturing processes, and performs inspection. Students enrolled in SLCC’s AS Manufacturing Engineering Technology program will learn about all aspects of manufacturing. Specific topics include computer-aided drafting and solid modeling, materials and processes, manual and CNC machining, plastic and composites production methods and welding manufacturing. During their final semester, students will work as a member of a team that has been assigned a project. The team will design, solid model, tolerance study, document, CAM program and build the assigned project.

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Machinist

Machining CNC/CAM Technology Certificate of Completion

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Machining CNC/CAM Technology - trained machinists are continuously needed in engineering, manufacturing and fabrication companies and there are not enough new workers available to fill the entry-level positions. This 30-week, 31-credit hour curriculum provides students with the manual and CNC skills required for work as an entry-level machinist, equivalent to 6 months of on-the-job training. The two-semester certificate of completion in machining technology provides the student with the entry-level skills required for work as a machinist in industry and includes: manual and CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining, CAD (Computer Assisted Design), CAM (Computer Assisted Manufacturing), Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, and manufacturing processes.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Maintenance Technician (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Do you have a knack for tinkering and fixing things with your hands? Are you looking for a career where you can do what you love every day? This online Maintenance Technician course is an intensive overview of skills necessary for manufacturing maintenance from the basic principles of power transfer and rigging safety to PLCs and robotics that will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to begin a successful career.

A Maintenance Technician is required to have a thorough understanding of how machines and systems function to keep them running without breakdowns and maintain service for their expected lifespan and beyond. You will learn the following concepts and skills: workholding, math, inspection, safety, machining, quality, grinding, electrical systems, automation, mechanical systems, motor controls, rigging, and fluid systems as you prepare for your new career as a Maintenance Technician.

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Transportation Industry

Aircraft Mechanic

Aerospace/Aviation Technology Maintenance, A.A.S.

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Aviation and Related Technologies -Aviation Maintenance Program is designed to prepare students for a career in maintenance and repair of various aircraft and powerplants. This program is designed to give students knowledge and skills for the level required to pass the Federal Aviation Administration written, oral and practical examinations for an airframe and powerplant (A&P) mechanics license. Aircraft technicians are required to perform detailed inspections on airframes and powerplants, preventive maintenance, troubleshoot, repair, install or replace parts relative to airframes and engines. Students will learn both fixed and rotor-wing aircraft as well as reciprocating and turbine engines.

Depending upon the type of work they do, aircraft mechanics and repairman work in hangars, on the flight line, repair stations and fixed base of operations and out stations. They use hand and power tools as well as sophisticated test equipment. A and P’s perform detailed inspections on airframes and powerplants to ensure flight safety. Noise levels are high, and flight line mechanics often work outdoors in inclement weather. Sometimes the work requires physical demands that can be arduous. Aircraft maintenance technicians often work under pressure to maintain flight schedules or minimize inconvenience to customers, but a technician must not sacrifice high standards of workmanship in the process.

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Aircraft Electronics Certificate of Proficiency

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Students learn the skills to become an aircraft electronics technician, commonly referred to as an avionics technician. This new program also helps A & P students enhance their skills in Aviation Maintenance. Students will gain experience and knowledge as it relates to advanced systems for modern aircraft as well as legacy aircraft. Newer aircraft are becoming more advanced and complex every year due to advancing technology and FAA standards. This requires specialized knowledge for maintenance. Students use advanced test equipment, computers, and develop good troubleshooting skills. This course will specifically focus on NCATT AET (National Center for Aerospace & Transportation Technologies - Aircraft Electronics Technician) certification with endorsements that show a high standard of training and knowledge.

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Auto Body Technician

Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing, A.A.S.

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This is a two-year composite program of automotive refinishing and collision repair. Students may only start every Fall semester in the major courses because of course prerequisites. Students enrolled in the program register for the same theory and laboratory classes, but the related education classes will be different from those offered in the auto refinishing and auto collision repair certificate programs. General Education and elective courses provide training in effective oral and written communication and human relations skills.

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Automotive Collision Repair Certificate of Completion

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Auto Collision Repair Technicians are skilled individuals who repair damaged motor vehicles by straightening bent structures, removing dents from fenders and body panels, welding torn metal and replacing badly damaged parts. Collision repair technicians are qualified to repair all types of vehicles, although most work is on automobiles and small trucks. The collision repair technician’s work is characterized by variety because each damaged vehicle presents a different problem.

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Automotive Refinishing Certificate of Completion

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Automobile refinishing technicians restore damaged motor vehicles to “look like new” appearance. These skilled technicians repaint vehicles that have lost the luster of original paint and the repaired portions of vehicles damaged in accidents. The technician prepares the vehicles to receive the new finish. A spray gun then is used to apply under coats to the substrate surface. After the primer coat dries, the surface is prepared for top coats.

Before painting prepared portions of the vehicle, the technician may mix paints or colors to match the existing color of the car. The spray gun technique is vital and must be handled skillfully so the paint is applied evenly. A knowledge of the various materials, supplies and equipment used in the refinishing process is vital. The program requires manual dexterity, average scholastic ability and an appreciation and understanding of color.

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Collision Maintenance and Light Repair, A.A.S.

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The program is designed to provide students with a practical hands-on technical experience through a Certificate of Completion in Automotive Collision Repair, along with a Certificate of Completion in Diesel or Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair. Students will learn the skills to prepare them for entry level positions in the Automotive Collision repair field and the Diesel or Automotive repair field. Graduating students will achieve two Certificates of Completion in their areas of study along with an AAS Degree in Collision, Maintenance and Light Repair.

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Auto Mechanic

Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair Certificate of Completion

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The one year Certificate of Completion in Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair program is designed to train students in both domestic and imported vehicle mechanics and repairs. It prepares students to enter into the job market as technicians skilled in maintenance and light repair facets of automotive repair.
Prospective auto technicians should be in good physical condition, have above average mechanical aptitude and hand-eye coordination and have problem-solving and critical thinking skills.

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Automotive Technician, A.A.S.

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The automotive industry is at the cutting edge of technology and there is a great demand for highly trained, customer-oriented auto technicians. Skills in automotive technology, diagnosis and repair open the doors to a multitude of jobs throughout the state and nation. The four-semester automotive technician program is designed to train students in both domestic and imported vehicle mechanics and repairs. It prepares students to enter into the job market as technicians skilled in all facets of automotive repair.

Prospective auto technicians should be in good physical condition, have above average mechanical aptitude and hand-eye coordination and have problem-solving and critical thinking skills.

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Vehicle Applied Emissions Certificate

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Anyone wanting to be a certified emissions inspector in Salt Lake County must complete a 24-hour training class conducted by the Salt Lake County Health Department.

Before taking the emissions inspector class, a candidate must first demonstrate their basic automotive knowledge by passing an exam administered by the Salt Lake County Health Department. Candidates can prepare for the exam by completing the SLCC Applied Emissions course, which is designed to provide students with the pre-requisite knowledge needed for the county course.

This course is delivered online with two in-person lab sessions for students to practice what they have learned and work with the instructor to fine tune new skills. (If computer access is needed, learners may use the Miller campus computer lab during operating hours.

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Diesel Mechanic

Deisel Service Technician Certificate of Proficiency

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This program is designed to train students in diesel systems technology. Technicians in this field repair and maintain diesel equipment, such as trucks, buses, construction and mining equipment. This includes bulldozers, earth movers, cranes and other diesel-power equipment. Diesel technicians use testing equipment like dynamometers, which measure engine power. Computer based diagnostic equipment is also used to assist in diagnoses of engines, transmissions, and other vehicle based systems.

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Deisel Systems Technology Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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The DSTA program is designed for training Mechanics in both installation and service work. Apprentices in the DSTA program have the opportunity to learn techniques required to install new equipment as well as skills and knowledge to repair and troubleshoot existing equipment. The program is designed with related theory and hands-on application for maximum benefit for the student. This is a four-year program requiring 8,000 hours of on-the-job-training as well as 576 minimum hours of related instruction. Most sponsors of this program are also registering with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training for certification.

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Deisel Systems Technology Certificate of Completion

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The one year Certificate of Completion is designed to train students in diesel systems technology. Technicians in this field repair and maintain diesel equipment, such as trucks, buses, construction and mining equipment. This includes bulldozers, earth movers, cranes and other diesel-power equipment.

Most diesel technicians are required to buy their own hand tools. Beginning students accumulate more tools as they gain experience. Several manufactures’ offer students discounts.

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Deisel Systems Technology, A.A.S.

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Students are taught the general concepts of diesel systems technology. Technicians in this field repair and maintain diesel equipment, such as trucks, buses and construction equipment. This includes bulldozers, earth movers, cranes and other diesel-power equipment including construction and mining.

Most diesel technicians are required to buy their own hand tools. Beginning students accumulate more tools as they gain experience. Several manufactures offer students discounts. They also may use testing equipment like dynamometers-which measure engine power. Computer based diagnostic equipment of diagnose engines, transmissions, and other vehicle based systems.

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Truck Driver

Professional Truck Driving Certificate of Achievement

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This intensive program is designed to prepare students for an entry level truck driving position as a Class “A” CDL driver. The program has three courses with units of study that cover basic and advanced operating practices, defensive driving, inspections, life skills and essential activities such as trip planning, map reading, hours of service, cargo handling and an employment workshop. The Class A (No restrictions) license is intended for driving a commercial motor vehicle equipped with air brakes. Vehicles with a gross total weight rating of 26,001 pounds, requiring a towed unit of 10,001 pounds or more (i.e. tractor-trailer.).

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HVAC Technician

Air Conditioning/Heating/Refrigeration Certificate of Completion

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This program is designed to prepare students for future employment in the heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration (HVACR) industry. The program consists of 6 major sections with required core training courses and elective courses designed to allow students to determine which area of the HVACR industry they would like to specialize in. Throughout the training students will be given the opportunity to demonstrate, thereby certifying, their skills by participating in nationally recognized tests which provide “Employment Ready” certifications. “Employment Ready” certifications confirm the student’s grasp of the critical skills needed for entry level technicians in the HVACR industry. The following is a general overview of the program.

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Heating Certificateooling, & Refrigeration (HVAC) Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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The HVAC program is designed for training in both installation and service work. Apprentices in the HVAC program have the opportunity to learn techniques required to install new equipment as well as skills and knowledge to repair and troubleshoot existing equipment. The program is designed with related theory and hands-on application for maximum benefit for the student. This is a four-year program requiring 8,000 hours of on-the-job-training as well as 576 minimum hours of related instruction. Most sponsors of this program are also registering with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training for certification.

Certifications that students will be eligible to test for upon completion of the program include: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Rocky Mountain Gas Association (RMGA), Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing (CSST), Hydronics, and ICE. Students will be eligible to sit for North American Technical Excellence (NATE) and other national HVAC certification exams.

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HVAC/R Certified Technician (Online-Voucher Included) Certificate of Completion

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If you have more than a year of HVAC/R experience, this course will prepare you for the next step—certification. HVAC/R technicians are in demand, but certified technicians can earn more and have better career opportunities.

This course uses hands-on service call simulations to prepare for the HVAC Excellence or NATE certification exams. By course completion, you will be ready to pass the HVAC Excellence Core and Professional Technician exams, the NATE Core and Specialty Test exams, and the EPA 608 certification exam. You will also receive a voucher package to take the HVAC Excellence exams.

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HVAC/R Simulations for Field Technicians (Online) Certificate of Completion

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As HVAC/R systems become increasingly complex, learning and mastering the latest technology is critical. HVAC/R Simulations for Field Technicians offers a rich, hands-on learning experience that mimics field performance in completely online environment. You will practice servicing, maintaining, and troubleshooting common HVAC/R scenarios in true-to-life service call simulations.

You will work through approximately 200 scenarios to master seven pieces of HVAC/R equipment – Gas Furnace, Oil Furnace, Gas Boiler, Split Residential A/C, Commercial A/C, Heat Pumps, and Commercial Walk-in Freezers. Your skills and knowledge are then put to the test in 12 ungraded assessment simulations. If you need to sharpen your diagnostic and troubleshooting skills, this online course is ideal.

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HVAC/R Technician (Online-Voucher Included) Certificate of Completion

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This course will prepare you for an entry-level career in the HVAC/R industry by providing hands-on guidance for service, repair, and solutions.

You will learn from in-depth materials, including service call simulations that bring concepts to life. By course completion, you will be ready to pass all 17 HVAC Excellence Employment Ready Certificates, the EPA 608, and the NATE Ready to Work Certificate.

You will also receive a voucher package for the HVAC Excellence Employment Ready Certificate exam and EPA 608 Certification exam.

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Refrigeration JATC Technology Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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Refrigeration fitters through the JATC Committee program do contract and custom installation, maintenance and services and repair of refrigeration and refrigerated and/or air conditioning units and systems. Work may include new construction and remodeling and repair of existing building units. A journeyman may specialize in either installation or as a service technician. The position requires extreme precision, good manual and finger dexterity, independent judgment, and considerable strength and agility. This program is registered with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training. The national JATC curriculum has been adopted by the local sponsors and adherence to this and all other registering and licensing bodies must be strictly followed. An apprentice must have the approval of the JATC before registering for classes.

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Architectural Drafter

Autdesk Revit Architecture (Online-Voucher Included)

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This online course is designed to teach you the Autodesk Revit functionality as you would work with it throughout the architectural design process. You'll begin the course by learning about the user interface and basic drawing, editing, and viewing tools. Then you'll learn how to build a 3D model with walls, doors, windows, floors, ceilings, stairs and more. Finally, you'll learn the processes that takes the model to the construction documentation phase. The content in this course is heavily focused on hands-on exercises, where you must use your installed software and downloaded files to learn and practice your new skills. You will also learn the functionality that is required for the Autodesk Revit Architecture Certified User exam.

This course includes a voucher to take the certifying exam. Proctor fees may apply, which are not included.

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AutoCAD 2018 Certified User (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Whether you're already working in a design-related industry or building your career from the ground up, AutoCAD courses will provide you with a working knowledge of computer-aided drafting software. AutoCAD 2018 is the latest version of this software, and it's used by everyone from architects and interior designers to surveyors and engineers. This AutoCAD 2018 Certified User course will teach you basic and more advanced design skills as you gain hands-on practice using the 2D tools in AutoCAD 2018 to create site and building layouts. Once you successfully complete the course, you'll be prepared to take the Autodesk AutoCAD 2018 Certified User exam. This course includes a voucher which covers the fee of the exam.

This AutoCAD training course is certified by Autodesk, the creator of this game-changing software, so you can be confident that the coursework is accurate and effective. The curriculum is comprehensive and engaging, with exercises that incorporate real-world examples you're likely to face in a new career. During the course, you'll learn all the skills you need to prepare for the Autodesk AutoCAD 2018 Certified User and Professional exams. Additionally, this course can be paired with training in AutoCAD 3D to give you more versatility and help you stand out among other job candidates.

During this online AutoCAD course, you'll learn how to create and edit original 2D drawings using the software. When you've mastered basic tools, you'll explore more advanced topics such as tools for collaborating, customization options, and macros and custom routines. The course includes a mid-course exam to help you progress efficiently and identify areas where you might need additional practice.

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AutoCAD 2018 with AutoCAD 3D 2018 (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Your career is anything but flat. As you develop your design skills, you'll open new doors in architecture, interior design, engineering, and a number of other design-related fields where your creativity will set you apart. The AutoCAD with AutoCAD 3D 2018 course is perfect for laying a strong drafting foundation and taking your expertise to the next level. This course provides you access to both a 2D and 3D training. You will also learn the AutoCAD functionality that's required for the Autodesk AutoCAD 2018 Certified User exam. Starting with the AutoCAD 2018 training course, you'll master the basic tools for creating and editing a simple drawing, and then you'll learn how to use more advanced tools to craft and present your ideas in 3D.

This course provides a thorough grounding in the latest fundamentals of 3D drafting and explores the advanced 3D modeling workspace. Once you master the basic 2D skills, you'll move on to explore more advanced efficiency tools and complex objects. You'll also start using external reference and image files, collaboration tools, publishing, and enhancing productivity with simple customization.

You'll gain valuable experience with hands-on exercises with the latest AutoCAD software as well as downloaded files to learn and practice your new skills. All examples and exercises are taken from the many professional fields in which AutoCAD is used. This course includes a voucher to take the certifying exam. Proctor fees may apply, which are not included.

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AutoCAD 3D 2018 (Online) Certificate of Completion

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If you are proficient with the 2D commands in the AutoCAD 2018 software, this online course introduces you to the concepts and methods of 3D modeling. The course provides a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of 3D, and explores the main features of the advanced 3D modeling workspace in the AutoCAD 2018 software.

The online content in this course is heavily focused with hands-on exercises where you are required to use your installed software, as well as downloaded files to learn and practice their new skills. All examples and exercises are taken from the variety of fields where AutoCAD is used.

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Engineering Drafting and Manufacturing Technology Certificate of Completion

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Engineering Design/Drafting Technology is a profession that encompasses a variety of engineering disciplines that are always in high demand: mechanical, civil, piping, electronics, structural, and industrial. Students develop skills in technical drafting, CAD (Computer Aided Design), and the drafting practices specific to each of these discipline areas. Drafters and designers are an integral part of a project team in every field, developing the drawings and designs for fabrication and construction.

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Certified Indoor Environmentalist Prep (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Would you like to become a Certified Indoor Environmentalist (CIE)? This designation demonstrates that you understand how to create healthy homes and buildings by preventing, diagnosing, and resolving indoor environmental problems. This online course prepares you to pass the CIE examination through a series of video lectures on exam topics such as contaminants, health effects, building science, HVAC, equipment, assessments, mold remediation, and industry standards and guidelines. The course also covers practice questions in detail and provides a practice examination to ensure you succeed at becoming a Certified Indoor Environmentalist.

Your clients want to be confident that they are hiring a trustworthy and competent consultant. One of the best ways to demonstrate your competency is to obtain a third-party accredited certification, such as the Certified Indoor Environmentalist (CIE). The CIE certification is sponsored by the American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC). The CIE Prep Course will prepare you to pass the CIE examination. The examination is offered at computerized testing centers throughout the US and beyond. Certain experience requirements and fees apply to students obtaining certification; however, no experience is required to participate in the CIE Prep course.

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Heating Certificateooling, and Refrigeration (HVAC) Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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The HVAC program is designed for training in both installation and service work. Apprentices in the HVAC program have the opportunity to learn techniques required to install new equipment as well as skills and knowledge to repair and troubleshoot existing equipment. The program is designed with related theory and hands-on application for maximum benefit for the student. This is a four-year program requiring 8,000 hours of on-the-job-training as well as 576 minimum hours of related instruction. Most sponsors of this program are also registering with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training for certification.
Certifications that students will be eligible to test for upon completion of the program include: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Rocky Mountain Gas Association (RMGA), Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing (CSST), Hydronics, and ICE. Students will be eligible to sit for North American Technical Excellence (NATE) and other national HVAC certification exams.

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Welding Fabrication and Inspection, A.A.S.

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Degree seeking students will receive a foundation of industry practices, welding theory, and knowledge of metal alloys and metallurgy processes. Graduates from the program will be competent in layout, fabrication, inspection, fitting, cutting and forming metals, and determining electrodes/wire and filler metals required by industry. Students will have the opportunity to learn techniques for certification testing, competent blueprint interpretation, and written procedures required by industry. Welders desiring to improve their position by upgrading their skills in specific welding processes or applications; or welders desiring instruction certification, fabrication, or inspection are encouraged to enroll in the program.

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Carpenter

Construction Management Certificate of Completion

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This program is dedicated to teaching sustainable construction methods that address the building and energy conservation demands of today. It is designed to provide students with a practical hands-on experience in the areas of construction, interior finishes, cabinet making and wood working. It is designed to be a building block toward the Construction Management and Sustainable Building AAS degree.

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Construction Management, A.A.S.

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This program is dedicated to teaching sustainable construction methods that address the building and energy conservation demands of today. It is designed to provide students with a practical hands-on experience in the areas of construction, interior finishes and cabinet making, along with project management and business management courses. Upon completion students should be prepared to take the business law and contractors examinations for state licensure.

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Electrician

Electrical Independent Technology Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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Electricians are compulsory licensed craftsmen who plan, lie out and install, alter or repair electrical wiring, fixtures, apparatus and controls. To sit for the journeyman exam, an apprentice must complete 576 minimum hours of related instruction and four years and 8,000 hours of on-the-job training (OJT). Application with the State of Utah Department of Occupational and Professional Licensing must be made upon commencement of employment. It is strongly encouraged that students be registered with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, which is optional at the discretion of the employer. This curriculum has been articulated statewide.

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Electrician License Renewal

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Salt Lake Community College offers continuing education courses for electrician license renewal. These courses meet the Division of Occupational & Professional Licensing (DOPL) requirements for the state of Utah. The DOPL requirements for electrician license renewal are a total of 16 hours of continuing education; 12 Core hours and 4 Professional hours.

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Residential Electrician (Online) Certificate of Completion

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With booming infrastructure, new energy conservation projects, and an aging workforce, demand for skilled electricians is on the rise. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that jobs for electrician will increase 14 percent through the year 2024.

The Electrician Training course is designed to teach you general and electrical safety procedures, use of common hardware and materials used in an electrical system, how to read and understand building plans, and more. In addition, you will be prepared for electrician licensing tests, generally required by most states and localities. While tests differ, you will need to understand electrical theory, the National Electrical Code®, local electrical codes, and the various types of wiring methods and materials.

By course completion, you should be able to pass a residential electrician licensing exam and start an entry level career as a residential electrician or electrician apprentice. Check with your state, county, or city for residential electrician licensing rules and whether this course's hours will be accepted towards licensing.

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Plumber

Foundations of Plumbing (Online) Certificate of Completion

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There is a shortage of skilled plumbers. With an aging infrastructure and dwindling trade workforce, the demand for plumbers has never been greater. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that plumbing jobs will increase at a faster than normal rate over the next 10 years. With the right training, you could enter and build a scalable career in this high-demand field.

If you want to work as a plumber, the Foundations of Plumbing course will teach you the fundamental, job-ready skills relevant to the plumbing and piping industry. In this self-paced course, you'll learn how to work on modern plumbing systems from in-depth course material developed by industry experts and employers. By course completion, you will possess the specialized skills and technical knowledge needed to start a career in plumbing.

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Plumber Independent Technology Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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A plumber is a compulsory licensed craftsman who performs any mechanical work in the installation, maintenance, repair, removal and replacement of water supply and water/liquid waste removal. Plumbers do both interior and exterior work in greatly varying job conditions. To sit for the journeyman exam, an apprentice must complete 576 minimum hours of related instruction and four years and 8,000 hours of on-the-job training. Application with the State of Utah Department of Occupational and Professional Licensing must be made upon employment. Suggested registration with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training is strongly encouraged, but is optional at the discretion of the employer. This curriculum is articulated statewide through all instructional institutions.

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Plumber/Pipefitter JATC Technology Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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Plumber/Pipefitters fabricate, remodel and repair all classes of piping systems. This program is registered with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, and Apprentice registration is strongly encouraged. The national JATC curriculum has been adopted by the local sponsors and adherence to this and all other registering and licensing bodies must be strictly followed. An apprentice must have the approval of the JATC before registering for classes.

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Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Geospatial Technology, A.A.S.

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The Geospatial Technology AAS degree is a strong and cutting-edge technical degree in geospatial technology addressing the Department of Labor’s Geospatial Technology Competency Model (GTCM) with an emphasis in geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing, and global positioning systems (GPS). The degree provides students with core competencies in GIS, but reaches farther into the geospatial spectrum by providing a strong emphasis in aerial and satellite-based remote sensing, drone technology called small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS), and spatial analysis.

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Surveying and Geomatics Certificate of Proficiency

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The Surveying & Geomatics Certificate of Proficiency is an interdisciplinary program addressing specific and fundamental competencies outlined and defined by Utah Statute 58-22 Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyor’s Licensing Act and Utah Administrative Rule R156-22 Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors Licensing Act Rules, in concert with the United States Department of Labor's Geospatial Technology Competency Model (GTCM), with an emphasis in geospatial technology, land boundary law, writing legal descriptions of land and real property, public land surveying, public records, surveying field techniques, photogrammetry, governing state and federal laws, and surveying history. The interdisciplinary approach and flexibility of the certificate allows students to apply geospatial knowledge and skill sets as it applies to geomatics and classical land surveying, or other chosen fields of study. More industries need a workforce trained in basic spatial knowledge and related skill sets. This certificate is meant to be a stackable credential, meaning students can use the spatial knowledge and technicals skills acquired to enhance their chosen field of study or employment.

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Surveying, A.A.S.

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Surveying or land surveying is the technique, profession, and science of accurately determining the terrestrial or three-dimensional position of points and the distances and angles between them, commonly practiced by licensed surveyors, and members of various building professions. These points are usually on the surface of the Earth, and they are often used to establish land maps and boundaries for ownership, locations (building corners, surface location of subsurface features) or other governmentally required or civil law purposes (property sales). The surveying and geomatics program serves three distinct purposes:

Provides students who have little or no experience in the field the skills needed for employment as a surveyor;
Gives those already working in the profession additional knowledge needed to prepare for their professional licensing examinations;
Gives licensed professionals opportunities for upgrade training on new issues and equipment in surveying.

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Pipefitter / Steamfitter

Plumber/Pipefitter JATC Technology Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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Plumber/Pipefitters fabricate, remodel and repair all classes of piping systems. This program is registered with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, and Apprentice registration is strongly encouraged. The national JATC curriculum has been adopted by the local sponsors and adherence to this and all other registering and licensing bodies must be strictly followed. An apprentice must have the approval of the JATC before registering for classes.

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Plumber/Pipefitter JATC Technology Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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Plumber/Pipefitters fabricate, remodel and repair all classes of piping systems. This program is registered with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, and Apprentice registration is strongly encouraged. The national JATC curriculum has been adopted by the local sponsors and adherence to this and all other registering and licensing bodies must be strictly followed. An apprentice must have the approval of the JATC before registering for classes.

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Construction Equipment Operator

Warehouse and Lift Truck Training Certificate

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When you stop and think about it, every store, company, or organization that sells a product has inventory coming and going through their warehouse or distribution center.
This program is designed to help you learn basic warehousing skills and material handling equipment certifications that will increase your hiring value within the warehousing & distribution related industries.
Topics:
Introduction to Supply Chain & Role of Warehousing
Order fulfillment & shipping concepts
Lift Truck Certification Training

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Welder

Welding Certificate of Completion

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Students enrolled in this program are provided with opportunities to learn entry-level job skills in the welding processes most commonly used in today’s industries. Instruction and practice are provided in oxy-acetylene, shielded-metal-arc, gas-metal-arc, flux-cored-arc and gas-tungsten-arc welding. Theory and applications of these processes are also taught, encompassing both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Safety and safe practices are emphasized throughout the program. Additional instruction is provided in mathematics for welding and blueprint reading. Students will have the opportunity to learn techniques for welder performance qualifications and certification testing. Thermal cutting and gouging techniques using oxy-fuel, plasma-arc and arcair processes are also covered.

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Welding Fabrication & Inspection, A.A.S.

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Degree seeking students will receive a foundation of industry practices, welding theory, and knowledge of metal alloys and metallurgy processes. Graduates from the program will be competent in layout, fabrication, inspection, fitting, cutting and forming metals, and determining electrodes/wire and filler metals required by industry. Students will have the opportunity to learn techniques for certification testing, competent blueprint interpretation, and written procedures required by industry. Welders desiring to improve their position by upgrading their skills in specific welding processes or applications; or welders desiring instruction certification, fabrication, or inspection are encouraged to enroll in the program.

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Welding Technology Certificate of Completion

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The one year certificate of Completion Degree is designed to provide students a foundation in industry practices, welding theory, and an introduction to metal alloys and welding metallurgy. Graduates from the program will have entry level skills for cutting and welding metals required by industry. Students will have the opportunity to learn techniques for certification testing, blueprint interpretation, and written procedures required by industry.

The welding program at SLCC also provides training in a variety of welding processes and joint designs. This includes:

OAW - all position oxyacetylene welding, cutting
SMAW - stick welding, all positions, plate and pipe
CAC - Carbon Arc Cutting
Blueprint reading, fabrication and layout
PAC - Plasma Arc Cutting

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Energy Industry

Biofuel Production Operations (Online) Certificate of Completion

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At the present time, hundreds of facilities worldwide are producing biofuels. Over the next few decades many advances will be made in this field, and hundreds of new facilities will be built to produce this type of fuel. This opens a new field for potential workers. For decades to come, biofuels will be produced and consumed in the United States, creating an ongoing demand for biofuel production workers.

The Biofuel Production Operations Online Training course will give you the education you need to begin an exciting career in biofuel production. As a biofuel production operator, your job will be to ensure the quality and purity of the biofuel your plant produces. This involves inspecting and repairing equipment, operating computer systems, and handling lab equipment. This online course will ensure you have the skills you need to handle these tasks.

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Oil Refinery Operations (Online) Certificate of Completion

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The United States is home to thousands of oil refineries, all of which need experts to run their operations. Oil refinery operators are highly paid and enjoy a stable work environment, and there's an ongoing need for entry-level personnel. Sounds great, right? This online course will teach you everything you need to know to enter the energy industry as an oil refinery operator. The course is unique and user-friendly, designed for people who have minimal knowledge of the industry.

The energy industry is ever-changing, encompassing everything from power plant operations, to petrochemicals like oil and natural gas, to renewable energy sources. Taking an oil refinery operations course offers you a path to a growing sector of the field. A large portion of the workforce is retiring, creating a critical shortage of technical workers for many years to come—which is great for entry-level workers.

Currently very few institutions provide entry-level training and courses in oil refinery operation. Generally, oil refinery operators enter the workforce in entry-level positions and work their way up, sometimes to senior management positions. In their day-to-day tasks, oil refinery operators have the responsibility to make sure unit and process systems function properly. They consider personnel safety the primary objective and ensure production processes are operating safely. They continually monitor instrumentation and the operation of equipment and make adjustments to keep system process variables within acceptable ranges. Oil refinery operators also detect potential and actual problems and take corrective action to prevent the interruption of system operations. You will learn how to perform all these oil refinery processes and more in this course.

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Electrical Lineman

Electronics Communications Technician Certificate of Achievement

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The Electronics Communications Technician program is the result of the demand for Radio Frequency (RF) Communication Technicians, companies such as the Power companies, F.C.C. , F.A.A., Cable, and Cellular Services require the skills set provided by this company. The program provides a solid foundation in Communications, covering the fundamentals of Signal Processing, Electronic Communications Systems, Antennas, Transmission Lines & Towers, Microwaves and Radar Systems, Fiber Optics Installer Certification and FCC License Preparation – GROL. Hands-on performance projects tie the theory to the practical applications, test and measurement, as well as troubleshooting and the operation of test equipment such as spectrum analyzers, signal generators, microwave components and circuits, antennas designs, and characteristics. The Fiber Optics course provides the theory and hands-on to pass the ETA-I industry certification for Fiber Optics Installer, as well as splicing, installing connectors, and OTDR testing of fiber optics cables. Finally, the F.C.C, course prepares the student to pass and obtain the F.C.C. license.

Certificate of Achievement: 444 Hours

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Lineworker Apprenticeship

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The Lineworker Apprenticeship program is designed to provide related technical instruction for students currently employed as apprentice lineworkers in the power transmission and distribution industry. A lineworker constructs, maintains, and repairs the transmission and distribution network required to deliver electric power to customers. The program covers topics related to construction, maintenance, and operation of underground and overhead electrical systems including:
AC and DC electrical theory
Safety protocols required when working with electricity
Climbing wooden poles and other structures
Transformer theory and transformer connections
Ropes and rigging
Grounding
Switchgear and metering
Working on energized lines

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Lineworker Pre-Apprenticeship Certificate

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The Lineworker Pre-Apprenticeship program provides students with the core knowledge and fundamental skills necessary for entry-level positions in the electric industry. Traditionally, craft or technician positions of this nature require employees to complete an apprentice program. Apprenticeship programs meet the training needs of employees currently working in the industry. The Lineworker Pre-Apprentice certificate program prepares those desiring employment in this critical industry by teaching the skills and understanding of what it takes to be an apprentice. Students who successfully complete this program will be equipped with superior entry-level skills for a variety of electric sector positions.
The Lineworker Pre-Apprenticeship program includes much of the same training Lineworker apprentices receive in the classroom. Although the program at SLCC does not replicate the same level of “on-the-job” training Lineworker apprentices receive, the important core knowledge and skills are taught in the classroom and in the lab. In addition, SLCC students will be exposed to a wider spectrum of electric power technology topics and the accompanying career options they present so the student will be prepared for multiple career paths.
Prospective students should be prepared for the physical demands of the work of entry-level technician positions when considering program enrollment. Typical industry standards include passing a physical exam and demonstrating the ability to lift 50 pounds or more, climbing ladders, working in confined spaces, and working at significant heights.

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Substation Apprenticeship

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The Substation Apprenticeship program is designed to provide related technical instruction for students currently employed as apprentice substation technicians in the electric power industry. A substation technician constructs, maintains, and repairs substation facilities and equipment used to deliver electric power to customers. The program covers topics related to construction, maintenance, and operation of substations including:
AC and DC electrical theory
Safety protocols required when working with electricity
Transformer theory and transformer connections
Ropes and rigging
Grounding
Switchgear and metering
Working on energized lines

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Power Plant Operator

Power Plant Operations (Online) Certificate of Completion

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If you want a career with high pay and a stable work environment, this online Power Plant Operations course will get you on the right track. Now is an excellent time to start an exciting career as a power plant operator—there are thousands of power plants in the United States alone, and a large portion of the workforce is retiring, creating open power plant operator jobs for many years to come. Power plant operator training will prepare you to fill the ongoing need for entry-level positions in this industry.

This unique, user-friendly course is designed for people who have minimal knowledge of the industry, math, physics, or chemistry. The necessary science concepts are built into the course modules. Very few institutions provide power plant operator training and certification opportunities for entry-level operators, so your certificate from this course will give you an edge over others in the field.

After you complete this course, you will be fluent in how to operate a power plant with safety as the prime consideration. You'll be able to make adjustments to keep system process variables, such as flows, temperatures, and pressures, within acceptable ranges; detect both potential and actual problems and analyze operational trends as well as take corrective actions. You'll also learn important strategies to sustain communication with other operators, as well as maintenance and management.

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Solar Energy Technician

Solar Photovoltaic Installation Certificate

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The Solar Photovoltaic Installation Certificate acknowledges an advanced understanding of and experience in overall system installation and maintenance. It is designed for the person responsible for installation such as contractor, foreman or supervisor. Successful completion of the series represents 135 total hours of formal education. Content was developed based on the NABCEP PV Installation Professional Job Task Analysis.

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

C++ Programmer (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Many of today's popular desktop, web, and mobile apps were developed with the C++ programming language. With software development roles expected to grow at 22 percent from 2012-2022, learning C++ is an important first step to a career in computer science.

This course is designed to introduce you to the concepts, terminology, application, and coding of the C++ programming language. This course consists of 18 lessons that use text, full programming scenarios, instructional videos, and hundreds of live coding labs that give you real-time feedback on your work. You will learn fundamental programming concepts, including decision making and looping, with the support of practical, step-by-step examples.

After working through these lessons, you will understand the basics of structured and object-oriented programming techniques. Most importantly, you will be able to build C++ programs to strengthen your developer portfolio.

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Computer Programming Certificate of Achievement

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The student will be introduced to different programming languages. Students will discover the process of designing, writing, testing, debugging/troubleshooting and maintaining the source code of computer programs. Students will create programs that produces a certain desired behavior in various labs.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Computer Science Fundamentals Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. This Certificate provides the core courses for students interested in pursuing a Computer Science degree at a 4-year institution. This Certificate prepares students for advanced studies in Computer Science including Software Development and Software Engineering. The curriculum includes topics related to software development, database management, and web development. This Certificate of Proficiency is designed to be a first year Certificate for students seeking an AS or AAS degree in Computer Sciences and Information Systems.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Mobile Application Development Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. Developing software for mobile devices such as the iPhone, Droid, and iPad requires a unique set of skills. This Certificate of Proficiency includes courses to teach students these skills. The student entering this program must have programming experience in an object oriented language such as Java, C++, C#, or Objective C.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Software Development Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. The Software Development Certificate of Proficiency provides instruction and hands-on experience in database management, object oriented design and development, networking protocols, and computer architecture. The curriculum complements the course work completed in the Computer Science Fundamentals CP and prepares students to transfer to a computer science program at a four-year institution.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Web Programming and Development Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. This emphasis is for professional careers in the Web Programming and Development area of the information systems field. Fundamentals of business as well as technical skills are emphasized, in order to utilize Web Programming and Development effectively in a business environment. The “business to consumer” and “business to business” paradigms are explored. Graduates are trained in the technical aspects of website management, preparation, development and implementation.

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Front-End Web Developer (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Everything a user sees and interacts with on a website was built by a front-end developer. Considering how many websites exist, front-end web developers are in high demand. This course will prepare you for an entry-level career in this growing job market. You will learn how to use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create functional, responsive web applications.

Not only will you learn how use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, you will put theory into practice to build the front-end of a website. The portfolio you develop in this course will be a vital asset when you enter the web development field.

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Full Stack Software Developer (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Full stack software developers are the creative minds behind computer programs. They use different coding languages and intuitive technologies to create web applications that allow people to achieve specific tasks on a computer or on another device. This online course will fast track you into one of the most in demand professions worldwide: Full Stack Software Development. Software developers earn an average salary of $70,604 in the U.S. and enjoy more flexibility in their professional careers than most other industry roles. The demand for software developers is at a global all-time high. By 2024 growth in this area is projected to have increased by 17 percent. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has identified Software Development as one of the top five areas of growth over the next ten years.

This course will teach you to become an industry-ready full stack software developer. You will learn all of the skills required to create a website from scratch. You will bring data to life by creating visual dashboards of large amounts of data and demonstrate your front end design ability and work with databases. You will conduct document integration testing, deployment and virtualization. When you complete the course, you will have a professional portfolio of real-world projects to showcase at interviews.

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Java Programmer (Online) Certificate of Completion

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If you're ready to learn Java, this training course is the perfect place to start. Taking an introductory approach, this Java training course covers most Java syntax elements, concentrating on fundamental and universally useful elements, while providing an overview of many more advanced elements. You will learn to write useful Java classes, applying Object-Oriented concepts such as inheritance, and create Java programs that work with these classes. Early in the course, the concept of objects is introduced so that later concepts can be discussed from the perspective of object orientation.

This course prepares you for entry into the job market as an entry-level Java programmer or allows you to continue your education by learning other programming languages. This course is entirely online and is completed at your own pace.

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Java Programmer + Python Developer (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Whether you're new to programming or just want to learn new languages, this in-depth course will teach you the ins and outs of Python and Java programming. You will start coding quickly while learning from readings, presentations, exercises, and a final project. By course completion, you will have the skills you need to enter the job market as an entry-level Java or Python programmer.

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Oracle SQL and PL/SQL + Python Developer (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Whether you're new to programming or just want to learn a new language, this in-depth online course will teach you the ins and outs of Oracle SQL and programming in Python. You will start coding quickly while learning from readings, presentations, exercises, and a final project. By course completion, you will have the skills you need to enter the job market as an entry-level Oracle programmer or Python programmer.

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Oracle SQL and PL/SQL + Python Developer + Java Programmer (Online) Certificate of Completion

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This course will teach you how to use SQL to build applications and generate business reports, master SQL using an Oracle database, and learn PL/SQL extension language to write sophisticated queries against an Oracle database. You will also learn to write useful Java classes, applying Object-Oriented concepts such as inheritance, and create Java programs that work with these classes. The introductory section will show you how Python works and what it's good for. You will also gain an understanding of Python's place in the wider programming world.

You will begin coding quickly after starting the course. Afterwards, you'll move on to advanced methods in which you'll learn how to work with iPhone Notebook, the Collections Module, regular expressions, databases, CSV files, JSON, and XML. You will also learn advanced sorting, how to write object-oriented code in Python, and how to test and debug their Python code. In the last section, you get a rapid introduction to NumPy, pandas, and matplotlib, which are Python libraries. This course will prepare you for entry into the job market as a Java or Python programmer or an entry-level Oracle SQL Developer or allow you to take on more responsibility using new skills gained in a current job.

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Oracle SQL and PL/SQL Developer + Java Programmer (Online) Certificate of Completion

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In today's data-driven world, businesses of all sizes desire expert database use and management—and you can be one of the people to fulfill this growing need. As a database developer, software programmer, or data analyst, you'll need a robust knowledge of Structured Query Language (SQL). In this course, you'll learn both SQL and the Java programming language.

Oracle SQL is a powerful database programming language that is the standard in the industry. This SQL course provides even more value because it combines Oracle training with sections on PL/SQL Developer and Java Programming, so you learn multiple technologies in one. This course is the best way to learn SQL and is ideal for those looking to get started in each of these coding languages. By the end of the course, you'll be prepared to join the job market as an entry-level Oracle SQL and/or Java Developer, or take on more responsibility within your current role.

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Python Developer (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Whether you're new to programming or just want to learn a new language, this in-depth course will teach you the ins and outs of Python programming. You will learn all about Python programming in this comprehensive course that covers introductory through advanced methods of Python and get coding quickly.

Start by learning the basics of programming in Python including how it works and what it's good for. You will also gain an understanding of Python's place in the wider programming world. Then move on to more advanced methods where you'll learn how to work with iPhone Notebook, the Collections Module, regular expressions, databases, CSV files, JSON, and XML. You will also learn advanced sorting, how to write object-oriented code in Python, and how to test and debug your Python code. Finally, you'll get a rapid introduction to NumPy, pandas, and matplotlib, which are Python libraries.

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Web Applications Developer (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Whether you're new to web app development or want to enhance your skills, this course will give you the knowledge you need to create dynamic database-driven websites using the latest technologies.

You will first master basic HTML, the core technology behind almost all websites. You will then learn CSS for designing pages and discover JavaScript makes your pages more dynamic. In addition, you will learn best practices and uses for PHP and jQuery. You will then dive into SQL and learn how to create intranets and e-commerce sites. Don't forget XML; this course will also teach you the basics of the fundamental markup language. Lastly, you will learn how to create a functional WordPress site.

Your final project will put your skills to the test—you will build and develop a database-driven web application from the ground up. By course completion, you will have the skills needed to start an entry-level career in web applications development.

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Web Applications Developer Plus (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Master the fundamentals of web development and gain the skills you need to start an entry-level career as a web developer! Whether you're new to web development or want to enhance your skills, this course will teach you how to create dynamic, database-driven websites using the latest technologies. By course completion, you'll build and develop a web application from the ground up.

You will master basic HTML, the core technology behind almost all websites. From there, you will go on to learn CSS for designing pages and JavaScript for adding interactivity to your pages. You will then learn how to interact with a database, auto-generate emails, and create registration and login pages using HTML forms, PHP, and SQL. Let's not forget XML: this course will also teach you the basics of the fundamental markup language.

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Web Programmer Certificate of Proficiency

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This program covers basic and advanced scripting and programming skills needed to create web sites and applications that are dynamic, data-driven, and interactive. The courses include techniques to build web sites that ensure functionality, security, and ease of use. Instruction includes debugging, validating, cookies, sessions, server and clientside issues. The Web Programmer certificate is designed to provide the student with comprehensive training in scripting, software applications, and skills to prepare the student for employment doing web-programming tasks in a variety of organizational settings.

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Data Security Management

Certified Ethical Hacker (Online-Voucher Included) Certificate of Completion

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Are you interested in network security and information technology—but perhaps want more of a challenge than typical IT provides? If so, ethical hacking certification is a unique way to set yourself apart from other IT professionals and add even more value to your organization. As a certified ethical hacker, you'll use the same techniques as the bad guys to assess security and identify weaknesses, except you'll use these hacking powers for good.

To put it one way, "To beat a hacker, you need to think like a hacker." This course will immerse you into the hacker mindset, putting you in the driver's seat of hands-on activities. You will scan, test, hack, and secure your own systems. You will learn the five phases of ethical hacking (reconnaissance, gaining access, enumeration, maintaining access, and covering your tracks) and the ways to approach your target and succeed at breaking in every time.

This accredited course provides you with advanced hacking tools and techniques so that you can assess the security posture of an organization with the same approach these malicious hackers use. You'll be able to identify weaknesses and fix the problems before they are identified by the enemy, preventing what could potentially be catastrophic damage to your organization. This is sure to help you get ahead in your current and future positions.

Upon completion of this course, you will be prepared to sit for the Certified Ethical Hacker Exam 312-50, offered by EC-Council. This course also includes a voucher which covers the fee of the exam.

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CompTIA™ Certification Training: A+, Network+, Security+ (Online-Vouchers Included) Certificate of Completion

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An important way you can demonstrate your knowledge and skillset to potential employers in information technology is through CompTIA certifications. The A+, Network+, and Security+ credentials are the best CompTIA certifications to have in order to jumpstart or advance your IT career. If you're interested in the often flexible and well-paid opportunities of IT and cyber security jobs, get started today with CompTIA certification training.

This course will prepare you for three CompTIA IT certifications that are ideal for entry-level and mid-level professionals: A+, Network+ and Security+. The CompTIA certifications are the most-recognized, vendor-neutral credentials in the industry, and will assure employers that you have the skills they need.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be prepared to sit for the following exams: CompTIA A+ Exams 220-1001 and 220-1002, CompTIA Network+ Exam N10-007, and CompTIA Security+ Exam SY0-501. This course offers enrollment with or without vouchers. The vouchers are prepaid access to sit for the certifying exams upon eligibility.

At the end of this CompTIA training, you'll also be proficient in basic cyber security concepts such as attacks and mitigation, security applications, risk assessment, disaster recovery and incident response, cloud computing, mobile devices, BYOD and SCADA, in addition to vulnerability assessment.

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CompTIA™ Certification Training: A+, Network+, Security+ (Online-Vouchers Included) Certificate of Completion

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An important way you can demonstrate your knowledge and skillset to potential employers in information technology is through CompTIA certifications. The A+, Network+, and Security+ credentials are the best CompTIA certifications to have in order to jumpstart or advance your IT career. If you're interested in the often flexible and well-paid opportunities of IT and cyber security jobs, get started today with CompTIA certification training.

This course will prepare you for three CompTIA IT certifications that are ideal for entry-level and mid-level professionals: A+, Network+ and Security+. The CompTIA certifications are the most-recognized, vendor-neutral credentials in the industry, and will assure employers that you have the skills they need.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be prepared to sit for the following exams: CompTIA A+ Exams 220-1001 and 220-1002, CompTIA Network+ Exam N10-007, and CompTIA Security+ Exam SY0-501. This course offers enrollment with or without vouchers. The vouchers are prepaid access to sit for the certifying exams upon eligibility.

At the end of this CompTIA training, you'll also be proficient in basic cyber security concepts such as attacks and mitigation, security applications, risk assessment, disaster recovery and incident response, cloud computing, mobile devices, BYOD and SCADA, in addition to vulnerability assessment.

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CompTIA™ Network+ Certification Training (Online-Voucher Included) Certificate of Completion

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Building and maintaining networks are among the most important skills to have as an IT professional. Whether you're new to the field or ready to move forward in your career, a CompTIA Network+ certification course could be a great next step. This certification confirms that you have the knowledge you need to configure and troubleshoot both wireless and wired hardware. You'll stand out among other job candidates when you gain the experience this online course provides and earn this valuable credential.

In the course, you'll learn the fundamentals you need to prepare for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam (N10-007) and start a career as a network technician. With its comprehensive curriculum, you'll master basic networking concepts and learn about network design, security, routing and switching, cloud computing, IPv6 and forensics, and common security practices.

To help you learn networking skills in an interactive setting, you can set up your own virtual lab environment using VirtualBox. With VirtualBox, you'll have the opportunity to put your new knowledge into action with networking scenarios you're likely to encounter during your IT career.

This course offers enrollment with or without a voucher. The voucher is prepaid access to sit for the certifying exam upon eligibility.

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CompTIA™ Network+ Certification Training (Online-Voucher Included) Certificate of Completion

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Building and maintaining networks are among the most important skills to have as an IT professional. Whether you're new to the field or ready to move forward in your career, a CompTIA Network+ certification course could be a great next step. This certification confirms that you have the knowledge you need to configure and troubleshoot both wireless and wired hardware. You'll stand out among other job candidates when you gain the experience this online course provides and earn this valuable credential.

In the course, you'll learn the fundamentals you need to prepare for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam (N10-007) and start a career as a network technician. With its comprehensive curriculum, you'll master basic networking concepts and learn about network design, security, routing and switching, cloud computing, IPv6 and forensics, and common security practices.

To help you learn networking skills in an interactive setting, you can set up your own virtual lab environment using VirtualBox. With VirtualBox, you'll have the opportunity to put your new knowledge into action with networking scenarios you're likely to encounter during your IT career.

This course offers enrollment with or without a voucher. The voucher is prepaid access to sit for the certifying exam upon eligibility.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Ethical Hacking and Digital Forensic Investigation Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. The focus of the Ethical Hacking and Digital Forensic Investigation CP is to provide students with the skills and knowledge to protect computers, networks, programs, and data from unintended or unauthorized access, change, or destruction. This is a vital area of need within governments, the military, corporations, financial institutions and other businesses.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Fundamentals of Information Assurance and Cyber Defense Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. Students will learn the fundamentals of Information Assurance and Cyber Defense. This program is designed to meet all of the requirements for a student to receive a certificate from the National Security Administration and the Department of Homeland Security in CAE-IA/Cyber Defense.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Network and Cyber Security Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. The program provides students with an in-depth knowledge of network and cyber security.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Network and Cyber Security Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. The program provides students with an in-depth knowledge of network and cyber security.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Network and System Administration Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. The program provides students with an in-depth knowledge of network and system administration.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Network and System Administration Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. The program provides students with an in-depth knowledge of network and system administration.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Network Routing and Switching Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. Network and computer systems administrators are responsible for the day-to-day operation of an organization’s computer networks. They organize, install, and support an organization’s computer systems, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), network segments, intranets, and other data communication systems.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Network Routing and Switching Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. Network and computer systems administrators are responsible for the day-to-day operation of an organization’s computer networks. They organize, install, and support an organization’s computer systems, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), network segments, intranets, and other data communication systems.

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IT Support Specialist

CompTIA A+ Certification Training (Online-Vouchers Included) Certificate of Completion

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This course will prepare you for CompTIA A+ certification. You can earn this certification after you pass two exams. The CompTIA A+ Certification Exam 220-1001, covers mobile devices, networking technology, hardware, virtualization and cloud computing and network troubleshooting. The CompTIA A+ Certification Exam 220-1002 covers installing and configuring operating systems, expanded security, software troubleshooting and operational procedures.

CompTIA™ A+ Certification is vendor neutral and internationally recognized, giving you a competitive advantage no matter what country you're working in and what hardware you're working with.

This course offers enrollment with or without vouchers. The vouchers are prepaid access to sit for the certifying CompTIA™ certification exams (CompTIA 220-1001 and 220-1002) upon completion of the course and eligibility. This course offers enrollment with or without vouchers.

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CompTIA™ Certification Training: A+, Network+, Security+ (Online-Vouchers Included) Certificate of Completion

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An important way you can demonstrate your knowledge and skillset to potential employers in information technology is through CompTIA certifications. The A+, Network+, and Security+ credentials are the best CompTIA certifications to have in order to jumpstart or advance your IT career. If you're interested in the often flexible and well-paid opportunities of IT and cyber security jobs, get started today with CompTIA certification training.

This course will prepare you for three CompTIA IT certifications that are ideal for entry-level and mid-level professionals: A+, Network+ and Security+. The CompTIA certifications are the most-recognized, vendor-neutral credentials in the industry, and will assure employers that you have the skills they need.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be prepared to sit for the following exams: CompTIA A+ Exams 220-1001 and 220-1002, CompTIA Network+ Exam N10-007, and CompTIA Security+ Exam SY0-501. This course offers enrollment with or without vouchers. The vouchers are prepaid access to sit for the certifying exams upon eligibility.

At the end of this CompTIA training, you'll also be proficient in basic cyber security concepts such as attacks and mitigation, security applications, risk assessment, disaster recovery and incident response, cloud computing, mobile devices, BYOD and SCADA, in addition to vulnerability assessment.

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CompTIA™ Certification Training: A+, Network+, Security+ (Online-Vouchers Included) Certificate of Completion

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An important way you can demonstrate your knowledge and skillset to potential employers in information technology is through CompTIA certifications. The A+, Network+, and Security+ credentials are the best CompTIA certifications to have in order to jumpstart or advance your IT career. If you're interested in the often flexible and well-paid opportunities of IT and cyber security jobs, get started today with CompTIA certification training.

This course will prepare you for three CompTIA IT certifications that are ideal for entry-level and mid-level professionals: A+, Network+ and Security+. The CompTIA certifications are the most-recognized, vendor-neutral credentials in the industry, and will assure employers that you have the skills they need.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be prepared to sit for the following exams: CompTIA A+ Exams 220-1001 and 220-1002, CompTIA Network+ Exam N10-007, and CompTIA Security+ Exam SY0-501. This course offers enrollment with or without vouchers. The vouchers are prepaid access to sit for the certifying exams upon eligibility.

At the end of this CompTIA training, you'll also be proficient in basic cyber security concepts such as attacks and mitigation, security applications, risk assessment, disaster recovery and incident response, cloud computing, mobile devices, BYOD and SCADA, in addition to vulnerability assessment.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Linux System Administration Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. A study of the Linux operating system, including desktop, server and enterprise environments. Including terminal emulation, use of system editors, basic Linux command, writing script files and introductory system management concepts.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Linux System Administration Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. A study of the Linux operating system, including desktop, server and enterprise environments. Including terminal emulation, use of system editors, basic Linux command, writing script files and introductory system management concepts.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Windows System Administration Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. The Windows Administration Certificate of Proficiency gives the students the knowledge that they need to manage Windows desktop and server environments. The courses follow the requirements specified in Microsoft’s Official Courses, 70-642, 70-640, and 70-646. The student can take these three exams and get the MCTIP in Server administration issued by Microsoft.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Windows System Administration Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. The Windows Administration Certificate of Proficiency gives the students the knowledge that they need to manage Windows desktop and server environments. The courses follow the requirements specified in Microsoft’s Official Courses, 70-642, 70-640, and 70-646. The student can take these three exams and get the MCTIP in Server administration issued by Microsoft.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Windows System Administration Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. The Windows Administration Certificate of Proficiency gives the students the knowledge that they need to manage Windows desktop and server environments. The courses follow the requirements specified in Microsoft’s Official Courses, 70-642, 70-640, and 70-646. The student can take these three exams and get the MCTIP in Server administration issued by Microsoft.

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Desktop Support Technician Certificate of Achievement

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This short program is designed to prepare students for entry level employment in Computer Support Services. The Desktop Support Tech program covers systems assembly, computer repair, troubleshooting skills development, basic network support, software installation, and customer service. Skills obtained in this program lead to the CompTIA A+ industry certification.

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Help Desk Analyst: Tier 1 Support Specialist (Online) Certificate of Completion

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The computer support industry is one of the fastest-growing fields, and there is every indication that this growth will continue. This course uniquely prepares you to work as a support specialist by focusing on the business needs of the customer, establishing credibility and trust, and handling the most difficult customer scenarios.

You'll learn about problem solving and troubleshooting, team dynamics, and interpersonal communication skills. You'll also get a broad overview of the back-office operations of a support center, and the common industry tools and technologies used in providing exceptional customer support.

This course also prepares for the Support Performance Tier-1 Support Specialist (SPC-T1SS) Certification exam at no additional cost, which is an organizational certification through SCInc., not an industry certification.

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Network Support Technician Certificate of Achievement

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The Network Support Technician program prepares students to fill an entry level networking support position in the information technology field. It covers the basics of communication media, communication devices, and troubleshooting. Skills obtained in this program lead to the CompTIA Network+ industry certification.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

CompTIA™ Certification Training: A+, Network+, Security+ (Online-Vouchers Included) Certificate of Completion

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An important way you can demonstrate your knowledge and skillset to potential employers in information technology is through CompTIA certifications. The A+, Network+, and Security+ credentials are the best CompTIA certifications to have in order to jumpstart or advance your IT career. If you're interested in the often flexible and well-paid opportunities of IT and cyber security jobs, get started today with CompTIA certification training.

This course will prepare you for three CompTIA IT certifications that are ideal for entry-level and mid-level professionals: A+, Network+ and Security+. The CompTIA certifications are the most-recognized, vendor-neutral credentials in the industry, and will assure employers that you have the skills they need.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be prepared to sit for the following exams: CompTIA A+ Exams 220-1001 and 220-1002, CompTIA Network+ Exam N10-007, and CompTIA Security+ Exam SY0-501. This course offers enrollment with or without vouchers. The vouchers are prepaid access to sit for the certifying exams upon eligibility.

At the end of this CompTIA training, you'll also be proficient in basic cyber security concepts such as attacks and mitigation, security applications, risk assessment, disaster recovery and incident response, cloud computing, mobile devices, BYOD and SCADA, in addition to vulnerability assessment.

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CompTIA™ Network+ Certification Training (Online-Voucher Included) Certificate of Completion

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Building and maintaining networks are among the most important skills to have as an IT professional. Whether you're new to the field or ready to move forward in your career, a CompTIA Network+ certification course could be a great next step. This certification confirms that you have the knowledge you need to configure and troubleshoot both wireless and wired hardware. You'll stand out among other job candidates when you gain the experience this online course provides and earn this valuable credential.

In the course, you'll learn the fundamentals you need to prepare for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam (N10-007) and start a career as a network technician. With its comprehensive curriculum, you'll master basic networking concepts and learn about network design, security, routing and switching, cloud computing, IPv6 and forensics, and common security practices.

To help you learn networking skills in an interactive setting, you can set up your own virtual lab environment using VirtualBox. With VirtualBox, you'll have the opportunity to put your new knowledge into action with networking scenarios you're likely to encounter during your IT career.

This course offers enrollment with or without a voucher. The voucher is prepaid access to sit for the certifying exam upon eligibility.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Linux System Administration Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. A study of the Linux operating system, including desktop, server and enterprise environments. Including terminal emulation, use of system editors, basic Linux command, writing script files and introductory system management concepts.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Network and Cyber Security Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. The program provides students with an in-depth knowledge of network and cyber security.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Network and System Administration Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. The program provides students with an in-depth knowledge of network and system administration.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Network Routing and Switching Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. Network and computer systems administrators are responsible for the day-to-day operation of an organization’s computer networks. They organize, install, and support an organization’s computer systems, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), network segments, intranets, and other data communication systems.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Network Routing and Switching Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. Network and computer systems administrators are responsible for the day-to-day operation of an organization’s computer networks. They organize, install, and support an organization’s computer systems, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), network segments, intranets, and other data communication systems.

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Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Windows System Administration Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. The Windows Administration Certificate of Proficiency gives the students the knowledge that they need to manage Windows desktop and server environments. The courses follow the requirements specified in Microsoft’s Official Courses, 70-642, 70-640, and 70-646. The student can take these three exams and get the MCTIP in Server administration issued by Microsoft.

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Windows Network Administration Certificate of Achievement

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In the Windows Network Administration program, students will learn through hands-on training to install, configure, administer, and troubleshoot Microsoft Windows desktop and server systems and services to support the day-to-day management of small, medium, and enterprise network environments.

A broad range of desktop support, client, server, and network administration topics are covered in this program including installing desktop and server operating systems, desktop and server versions, post-installation tasks, storage solutions, file and share access, IPv4 and IPv6 addressing fundamentals, monitoring system performance, system and data backup and recovery, user and group accounts, Active Directory Domain Service (AD DS) fundamentals, operating system virtualization with Hyper-V, print and document services, server management, Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), failover clustering, network load balancing, containers, and more.

Training within this program can be used as a step to gaining valuable industry recognized certification titles including Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA), and Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA).

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Windows Server Administration Certificate of Achievement

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Building upon a foundation of prior knowledge and skills developed through work experience or prior education, students enrolling in the Windows Server Administration hands-on training program will continue to expand their knowledge, abilities and skills to support Microsoft server and desktop systems and services in small, medium, and large network environments.

A broad range of client, server, and network management topics are covered in this program including in-depth coverage of Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) topics, user, group and computer account management, Group Policy implementation, remote management and administration, domain controller management, Certificate Services, rights management, Distributed File System (DFS), Software Defined Networking (SDN), network access policies and solutions, high performance network solutions, Domain Name Services (DNS), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), IPv4 and IPv6 addressing, IP Address Management (IPAM), routing, Virtual Private Networks (VPN), RADIUS, Distributed File System (DFS), Software Defined Networking (SDN), and more.

Training within this program can be used as a step to gaining valuable industry recognized certification titles including Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA), and Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA).

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Database Administrator

Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Database Information Systems and Technology Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. The program provides students a well-rounded introduction to acquiring knowledge and skills in designing, processing and managing business database systems.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Sciences and Information Systems, AAS - Network Routing and Switching Certificate of Proficiency

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The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workplace with skills in a variety of highly technical areas. The Computer Sciences and Information Systems AAS Degree is designed to provide students with skills of sufficient breadth and depth to enter the workplace. Many positions in business and industry require a significant number of highly technical skills. Network and computer systems administrators are responsible for the day-to-day operation of an organization’s computer networks. They organize, install, and support an organization’s computer systems, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), network segments, intranets, and other data communication systems.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Catering Professional (Online) Certificate of Completion

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The Catering Professional provides the foundational skills needed for a career in the catering and events industry by teaching the elements of catering services, including overseeing events and functions, and collaborating with other catering services. You will gain the ability to plan for successful food preparation and apply beverage management requirements.

This course will also demonstrate best practices for marketing a catering business, considerations for preparing and executing contracts, effectively manage human resources, and applying basic accounting principles. It will also prepare you for the Certified Professional in Catering and Events (CPCE) through the National Association for Catering and Events.

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Commercial Baking Certificate Certificate of Completion

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The Commercial Baking Certificate is a competency based sequencer that includes 30 hours of ServSafe™ curriculum. Coursework includes instruction in selecting and storage of baking ingredients, preparing and serving specialized confectionary products; healthful and special-needs baking; bakeshop sanitation and safety and the use and care of commercial equipment. The program prepares individuals in baking production and pastry services used in governmental, commercial or independently owned institutional food establishments and related food industry occupations. Upon completion additional supervised work experience prepares the student for subsequent Certified Pastry Culinarian™ (CPC) certification.

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Commercial Foods Certificate Certificate of Completion

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The Commercial Foods Certificate is a competency based sequencer that includes 30 hours of ServSafeTM curriculum. Program of study is responsive to business and industry requirements resulting in an appropriate certificate and articulation, where appropriate, with career and technical education or business courses within the College. Coursework includes instruction in selecting, storing, preparing, and serving food and food products; basic nutrition; sanitation, and food safety; the use and care of commercial equipment; serving techniques; and the operation of recognized food establishments. The program prepares individuals in production and service used in governmental, commercial or independently owned institutional food establishments and related food industry occupations where additional supervised work experience prepares the student for subsequent Certified CulinarianTM (CC) certification.

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Culinary Arts, A.A.S.

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The Culinary Arts (CHEF) program requires five semesters to complete the curriculum as outlined by the American Culinary Federation Foundation Accrediting Commission (ACFFAC). In addition to two years of related instruction, there is an on-the-job training requirement of 1,000 hours where the work must be performed in a pre-approved establishment with more than 50% of the food being prepared from scratch.

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While proper technical skills are undeniably important to employers, so are employability skills including the ability to communicate, work on a team, resolve conflicts, confront ethical dilemmas and manage one’s time. The Professional Development Program (PDP), a curriculum developed by SkillsUSA®, teaches these skills. Students enrolled in the Culinary Arts program encounter coursework in PDP that provides the tools to strengthen school-based learning, work-based learning and connecting activities as outlined in the School to Work Opportunities Act. All students enrolled in the culinary arts program are members of Skills USA, sponsor of the Professional Development Program (PDP).

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Food and Customer Service Skills Training (Online) Certificate of Completion

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The online Food and Customer Service Skills Training course prepares you for a careers in food services, restaurants, and the hospitality industry. The course emphasizes customer service skills that can be applied in a wide variety of settings. This is an excellent option for those already working in a food services environment and wanting to apply for management positions, or for those interested in starting new careers.

When you complete the course, you will be prepared to take the Prometric Certified Professional Food Manager (CPFM) exam. Get started today, and prepare yourself to enter this exciting career field.

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Restaurant Management (Online) Certificate of Completion

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As one of today's most in-demand jobs, the salary for a restaurant manager is over $50,000 on average. To become a successful restaurant manager, you must acquire the practical skills and theoretical knowledge necessary to execute all elements of a restaurant business. Restaurant Management provides this foundation by teaching each aspect of the process; from inception through creation to ultimately managing a successful restaurant.

This course will impart the theory behind food and beverage production and management, human resource management and basic accounting practices for the restaurant industry. You will also learn how to market a restaurant to key customer groups and how to sustain a profitable restaurant while adhering to all legal requirements.

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Public Service Industry

Preschool Teacher

Child Development Associate Training (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Do you love working with kids? A career in child care could be perfect for you. This online course in childcare and education will allow you to earn your national Child Development Associate (CDA) certification and achieve your career goals as a teacher or child care professional. This convenient, affordable CDA class allows you to work at your own pace in a flexible, self-directed online learning environment—and go on to a fulfilling career shaping the minds of the future.

The Child Development Associate Training course was designed especially for working adults. Upon completion of the course, you will have earned the 120 hours of professional development required by the Council of Professional Recognition for CDA certification. The course is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Don't let a busy schedule keep you from the career of your dreams. If you're looking for CDA classes near you, look no further than the comfort of your own home. You can enroll anytime and fit the lessons into your life—no need to adhere to a set class schedule. Start preparing for your future now!

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Child Development Associate Training Renewal (Online) Certificate of Completion

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These course provides the 45 hours or 4.5 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) required by the CDA Council to fulfill and renew your Child Development Associate (CDA) credential. This course is selected from the eight CDA competency areas to provide a breadth of knowledge, and they support the requirements for renewing your certification for Associates original settings, age-level endorsement, and specialization.

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Family and Human Studies Certificate of Completion

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Family and Human Studies students develop the skills needed to provide professional early childhood education services for young children and families. This introductory level program will acquaint students to the multi-faceted, multi-skilled early childhood profession. Students examine issues in the provision of services to children birth through age eight in a child care or elementary setting. The program may require service learning and lab school participation where the student is assigned to work with seasoned professionals in the field enabling each to apply and further understand theoretical frameworks discussed in class.

The Certificate of Completion is for students who want intensive instruction in early childhood development, but are not seeking a two-year degree. The Certificate of Completion requires the same FHS courses as the two-year degrees, but eliminates most General Education requirements. Course-work completed in pursuit of the Certificate of Completion can be applied toward the AS and AAS degrees.

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Family and Human Studies, A.A.S.

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Family and Human Studies students will be prepared to work with families and children within the field of early care and education as teachers and/or directors.

This introductory level program will acquaint students to the multi-faceted, multi-skilled early childhood profession. Students examine issues in the provision of services to children birth through age eight in a child care or elementary setting. The program may require service learning and lab school participation where the student is assigned to work with seasoned professionals in the field enabling each to apply and further understand theoretical frameworks discussed in class.

The two-year AAS degree in Family and Human Studies prepares the student to become a teacher or director of a child care facility. Special attention is given to providing the student the business skills needed to become an effective child care center administrator.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Department of Criminal Justice is part of the Institute of Public Safety at Salt Lake Community College and is located at the Larry H. Miller Campus in the Public Safety Education and Training Center (9750 South 300 West Sandy, Utah 84070). The Department is one of the largest and most comprehensive undergraduate programs in the field of criminal justice and criminology in the United States. Our mission is to provide students with an outstanding, cutting-edge, well-rounded, liberal arts, professional education that provides the skills, networking, and knowledge required to be successful within the field of criminal justice and criminology.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Department of Criminal Justice is part of the Institute of Public Safety at Salt Lake Community College and is located at the Larry H. Miller Campus in the Public Safety Education and Training Center (9750 South 300 West Sandy, Utah 84070). The Department is one of the largest and most comprehensive undergraduate programs in the field of criminal justice and criminology in the United States. Our mission is to provide students with an outstanding, cutting-edge, well-rounded, liberal arts, professional education that provides the skills, networking, and knowledge required to be successful within the field of criminal justice and criminology.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Department of Criminal Justice is part of the Institute of Public Safety at Salt Lake Community College and is located at the Larry H. Miller Campus in the Public Safety Education and Training Center (9750 South 300 West Sandy, Utah 84070). The Department is one of the largest and most comprehensive undergraduate programs in the field of criminal justice and criminology in the United States. Our mission is to provide students with an outstanding, cutting-edge, well-rounded, liberal arts, professional education that provides the skills, networking, and knowledge required to be successful within the field of criminal justice and criminology.

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Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Department of Criminal Justice is part of the Institute of Public Safety at Salt Lake Community College and is located at the Larry H. Miller Campus in the Public Safety Education and Training Center (9750 South 300 West Sandy, Utah 84070). The Department is one of the largest and most comprehensive undergraduate programs in the field of criminal justice and criminology in the United States. Our mission is to provide students with an outstanding, cutting-edge, well-rounded, liberal arts, professional education that provides the skills, networking, and knowledge required to be successful within the field of criminal justice and criminology.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Department of Criminal Justice is part of the Institute of Public Safety at Salt Lake Community College and is located at the Larry H. Miller Campus in the Public Safety Education and Training Center (9750 South 300 West Sandy, Utah 84070). The Department is one of the largest and most comprehensive undergraduate programs in the field of criminal justice and criminology in the United States. Our mission is to provide students with an outstanding, cutting-edge, well-rounded, liberal arts, professional education that provides the skills, networking, and knowledge required to be successful within the field of criminal justice and criminology.

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Environmental Field Technician

Environmental Science and Sustainability Certificate of Proficiency

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Sustainability is an awareness of the connectivity of the world and implications of human actions. It is finding solutions through innovative approaches and expanding further options by practicing environmental stewardship. Sustainable practices allow individuals, communities, and companies to constructively and creatively respond to external events, and to mitigate the risks of their own behavior. These practices take into account the interconnectedness of the economy, society, and the environment. Salt Lake Community College is concerned with the growing interest in and need for curriculum focusing on various aspects of sustainability. The College already has responded to this need by recognizing that two distinct populations might have an interest in the area of sustainability: working adults who need training to meet the growing demand for green building, energy management, and related fields, and transfer students who want to acquire expertise in this area. This Certificate establishes a cohesive program of study related to these issues for those who have either an interest in these topics or are looking toward a career in these areas. The purpose of this Certificate will be to train students to meet increasingly complex intellectual and real-world sustainability challenges of the 21st Century.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Legal Secretary (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Lawyers rely on sharp, motivated legal secretaries to coordinate the daily functions of their practice. Similar to a specialized administrative assistant, legal secretaries help law offices running smoothly by maintaining schedules, managing clients, filing documents, drafting paperwork, and more.

In this course, you will learn the fundamental skills needed to start an entry-level position as a legal secretary. You will learn basic legal terminology, office procedure and management, basic accounting, and QuickBooks. Along the way, you will discover what it's like to work in this fascinating and fast-paced field.

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Paralegal Studies, A.A.S.

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This program is designed for those considering employment as a paralegal, who wish to update their professional development, or for those already in the field. A paralegal is a person qualified through education, training and work experience, who under direction and supervision of an attorney performs delegated legal work for the attorney or law firm, which the attorney otherwise would perform. Although a paralegal is not licensed to practice law, he or she completes tasks traditionally performed by an attorney, with the exceptions of giving legal advice, independently representing clients, and any other unauthorized practice of law. The Associate of Applied Science in Paralegal Studies has been reviewed and approved by the American Bar Association. General Education requirements and elective courses provide training in effective oral and written communication, and human relation skills. Various courses are taught using group and team activities in the learning process to develop the student’s interactive skills and to build human values and ethics.

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Social Services Assistant

Social Service Assistant (Online) Certificate of Completion

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Social Service Assistants are members of interdisciplinary health care teams within the LTC facility. They work under the supervision of licensed social workers and other staff who have more education and experience, and assist these professionals with their daily tasks. They often conduct admission interviews, inform residents and their families of their rights, advocate for residents with social services organizations, help residents to adjust to living in the facility and coordinate care services. Coordinating care services may involve ensuring that Medicare and other billing issues are appropriately handled, informing mental health and medical staff if residents require services and scheduling medical and other appointments for residents.

This course will cover content that includes professionalism, documentation and ethics, social service related regulations, admission process, assessment documentation, MDS/RAPS, care planning, resident rights, abuse prevention, survey and survey process, discharge planning, disease processes, the effects of aging, and the end of life pain process. After completing this course, you will be ready to work in the following states: WA, CA, ID, WY, NM, ND, KS, OK, TX, MN, MO, WI, TN, AL, OH, WV, NH, FL. Additional training and/or licensing may be required in other states.

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Social Work, A.A.

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Social Work students learn to provide professional services for emotionally, economically or socially disadvantaged persons.

This introductory level program will acquaint students to the multi-faceted, multi-skilled Social Work profession. Students learn issues in the provision of services to emotionally, economically, mentally or socially disadvantaged persons. The program also requires internships where the student will learn to apply and further understand theoretical frameworks discussed in class.

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Social Work, A.S.

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Social Work students learn to provide professional services for emotionally, economically or socially disadvantaged persons.

This introductory level program will acquaint students to the multi-faceted, multi-skilled Social Work profession. Students learn issues in the provision of services to emotionally, economically, mentally or socially disadvantaged persons. The program also requires internships where the student will learn to apply and further understand theoretical frameworks discussed in class.

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Business Industry

Training and Development Specialist

Human Resources Professional (Online) Certificate of Completion

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The Human Resources Professional course prepares you for a career in human resources. This course explores the foundational aspects of HR, including human resource laws, hiring disciplines, and labor relations. You will learn industry-recognized practices that align with the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).

By the time you finish the course, you will be equipped to start your career in this growing field. Additionally, you will be prepared to take the HRCI's Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification exam. The PHR certification recognizes that an individual holds the knowledge and experience needed to excel in human resource management.

You will also learn information useful to sitting for certification exams taken at more advanced stages in a human resources career, including the SHRM's Certified Professional exam and the HRCI's Associate Professional Human Resources exam.

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Earn + Learn Programs

Transportation

Diesel Mechanic

Deisel Systems Technology Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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Construction

Electrician

Electrical Independent Technology Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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HVAC Technician

Heating Certificateooling, & Refrigeration (HVAC) Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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Refrigeration JATC Technology Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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Plumber

Plumber Independent Technology Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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Plumber/Pipefitter JATC Technology Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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Pipefitter / Steamfitter

Plumber/Pipefitter JATC Technology Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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Plumber/Pipefitter JATC Technology Apprenticeship, A.A.S.

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Energy

Electrical Lineman

Lineworker Apprenticeship

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Lineworker Pre-Apprenticeship Certificate

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Substation Apprenticeship

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Contact Phone Number

801-957-4111

Address

4600 S Redwood Rd
Salt Lake City, UT 84123
United States