Sheridan Technical College

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Construction Industry

HVAC Technician

Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, and Heating

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Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating is a high demand career field. The programs train students for employment as heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics or air conditioning installer-servicers. Instruction and laboratory activities include planning, installing, testing, and servicing of A/C, refrigeration, and heating systems and components, taught on state-of-the-art equipment. Students also learn troubleshooting electrical and mechanical components; testing, diagramming, and solving problems in A/C, refrigeration, and heating equipment; brazing and soldering tubing and piping; installing and servicing controls and components; electrical wiring; troubleshooting of electrical and mechanical systems; routine maintenance and service. This program also offers EPA certification, comprehensive recovery, and recycling.

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Building Trades and Construction

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The Building Trades & Construction Design Technology program is designed to prepare students for employment in the residential and commercial construction industry. The content includes, but is not limited to: applying construction techniques; reading plans and specifications; and developing trade skills in carpentry, masonry, electricity, plumbing and air conditioning. The curriculum integration of theory and practice provides students with fundamental entry level skills necessary for the construction industry.

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Building Trades and Construction

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The Building Trades & Construction Design Technology program is designed to prepare students for employment in the residential and commercial construction industry. The content includes, but is not limited to: applying construction techniques; reading plans and specifications; and developing trade skills in carpentry, masonry, electricity, plumbing and air conditioning. The curriculum integration of theory and practice provides students with fundamental entry level skills necessary for the construction industry.

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Electrician

Building Trades and Construction

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The Building Trades & Construction Design Technology program is designed to prepare students for employment in the residential and commercial construction industry. The content includes, but is not limited to: applying construction techniques; reading plans and specifications; and developing trade skills in carpentry, masonry, electricity, plumbing and air conditioning. The curriculum integration of theory and practice provides students with fundamental entry level skills necessary for the construction industry.

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Building Trades and Construction

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The Building Trades & Construction Design Technology program is designed to prepare students for employment in the residential and commercial construction industry. The content includes, but is not limited to: applying construction techniques; reading plans and specifications; and developing trade skills in carpentry, masonry, electricity, plumbing and air conditioning. The curriculum integration of theory and practice provides students with fundamental entry level skills necessary for the construction industry.

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Electricity

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This program focuses on training in electricity for residential, commercial and industrial systems. The students will be instructed on conduit bending techniques, blue print reading, fire alarm installation, journeyman preparation and interpreting national and local electrical codes. Also, the students will master the understanding of all aspects of the electricity industry’s planning,
management, finance, technical and productions skills, with underlying principles of technology, labor issues, community issues and health, safety and environmental issues.

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Plumber

Building Trades and Construction

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The Building Trades & Construction Design Technology program is designed to prepare students for employment in the residential and commercial construction industry. The content includes, but is not limited to: applying construction techniques; reading plans and specifications; and developing trade skills in carpentry, masonry, electricity, plumbing and air conditioning. The curriculum integration of theory and practice provides students with fundamental entry level skills necessary for the construction industry.

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Plumbing Technology

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This program focuses on training in plumbing for residential, commercial and industrial systems. Student will be instructed on soldering, blueprint reading, cutting/joining pipes, and interpreting national and local plumbing codes. Also, the students will master the understanding of all aspects of the plumbing industry’s planning, management, finance, technical and production skills, with underlying principles of technology, labor issues, community issues, and health, safety and environmental issues.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Body Technician

Automotive Collision Technology Technician

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The learning experiences included in the Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 1 and 2 programs prepare students for employment in the collision repair industry. Consumers are keeping their vehicles longer and every year more cars and trucks crowd onto the highways. Both factors create a need for more body and paint repair technaicians. Available occupations include collision repair technician, paint repair technician, body shop office personnel, material supplier, sales, glass technician, and related positions within insurance companies.

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Auto Mechanic

Automotive Service Technology Certificate

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The Automotive Service Technology program prepares students for employment as automotive technicians by providing them with state-of-the-art automotive service repair techniques. Technical training is provided in the classroom and in the lab on both foreign and domestic vehicles. Included in this NATEF Certified Program are the following ASE Certification subjects: Electrical Systems, Engine Theory and Repair, Engine Performance, Manual Drivelines and Axles, Automatic Transmissions, Brake Systems, Heating and Air Conditioning, and Steering/ Suspension Systems. Introduction and routine maintenance subjects are also included. This competency-based program combines theory and real-life working conditions to provide an effective beginning for students who wish to become certified automotive service technicians.

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Truck Driver

Class "B" Driving Certificate

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The Commercial Class “B” Driving program will prepare students for entry-level employment as a professional local truck driver. Upon successful completion of the program, which includes 200 miles of local and highway driving, Commercial Class “B” Driving students will receive a technical certificate, and will be able to test at our facility for their Class “B” Commercial Drivers License (CDL). Commercial Class “B” Driving is a job preparatory program that instructs students in:

Proper loading and securing of cargo
Pre-Trip/Road inspection
Maneuvering
Backing
Employability skills
Commercial Class “B” Driving students will be instructed daily as they maneuver around our multidirectional driving range for approximately the first half of the program. They will practice concepts previously covered in the classroom and the basic procedures needed to safely operate large 24 ft. trucks prior to being taken on the road. The remaining portion of the Commercial Class “B” Driving program will be spent on driving on all different types of highways. Although the main emphasis will be on driving, time will be spent each week in the classroom learning defensive driving and extreme weather driving techniques.

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Commercial Vehicle Driving Certificate

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The Commercial Vehicle Driving program will prepare students for entry-level employment as a professional local or over-the-road (OTR) truck driver. Upon successful completion of the program, which includes 1,000 miles of local and highway driving, Commercial Vehicle Driving students will receive a technical certificate, and will be able to test at our facility for the Class “A” Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). Commercial Vehicle Driving is a job preparatory program that instructs students in:

Proper loading and securing of cargo
Double clutching and shifting techniques of 9, 10, and 13 speed transmissions
Pre-Trip/Road inspection
Coupling and uncoupling
Maneuvering
Backing of large tractor trailers, truck controls and systems
Employability skills
Commercial Vehicle Driving students will be instructed daily as they maneuver around our multi-directional driving range for approximately the first half of the program. They will practice concepts previously covered in the classroom and the basic procedures needed to safely operate large tractor trailers prior to being taken on the road. The remaining portion of the Commercial Vehicle Driving program will be spent on driving on all different types of highways. Although the main emphasis will be on driving, time will be spent each week in the classroom learning trip planning, defensive driving, logbooks, special rigs, and extreme weather driving techniques.

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Maintenance Technician

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Information Technology Industry

Data Security Management

Computer Systems and Information Technology

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The Computer Systems & Information Technology program offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills that prepares students for employment in the Computer/Network/Security fields. The course content includes computer hardware, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance, operating systems and software, networking fundamentals, networking protocols, networking media and topologies, network devices, network requirements, network tools, local area networks, identifying network security threats, WAN links and Wireless technologies. The Computer Systems & Information Technology student will receive preparation for the CompTIAA+, Network+, and Security+ Certifications.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer Systems and Information Technology

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The Computer Systems & Information Technology program offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills that prepares students for employment in the Computer/Network/Security fields. The course content includes computer hardware, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance, operating systems and software, networking fundamentals, networking protocols, networking media and topologies, network devices, network requirements, network tools, local area networks, identifying network security threats, WAN links and Wireless technologies. The Computer Systems & Information Technology student will receive preparation for the CompTIAA+, Network+, and Security+ Certifications.

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Network Support Services

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The Cisco Networking Academy offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills in configuring, administering, and troubleshooting LAN/WAN infrastructures. The program prepares students to take the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and CompTIA Network+ certification exams. It is designed to help students gain employment as a Computer Support Assistant, Network Support Assistant, Network Administrator, Wireless Network Administrator and Data Communications Analyst.

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Network Systems Administration

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The Network Systems Administration program is designed to prepare students for employment as an Information Technology Assistant, Computer Support Assistant, Network Support Technician, Systems Administrator, Systems Engineer, Wireless Network Administrator, and Data Communications Analyst. The content includes instruction in basic hardware configuration and troubleshooting; networking technologies, security, wireless networking, network administration, data security and backup, customer service and human relations skills.

The Network Systems Administration program prepares students for the CompTIA A+, Network+, and portions of the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) Windows Server 2016, including: Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016 (Exam 70-740) and Identity with Windows Server 2016 (Exam 70-742). Instruction and hands-on labs include VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization, using multiple virtual machines in an Active Directory domain environment, modern data centers, advanced storage systems, clustering, and cloud services.. The program consists of two online days(Mon and Fri), which include a live web-conference session with the teacher, and three classroom days (Tue, Wed, Thu) spent performing hands-on labs.

Candidates are capable of implementing, building, troubleshooting, and debugging a particular Microsoft technology. The certification provides employers with a means to identify those qualified individuals who have the appropriate skill set to do the job successfully. Once you pass your first Microsoft certification exam you will become a “Microsoft Certified Professional” (MCP).

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Systems and Information Technology

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The Computer Systems & Information Technology program offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills that prepares students for employment in the Computer/Network/Security fields. The course content includes computer hardware, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance, operating systems and software, networking fundamentals, networking protocols, networking media and topologies, network devices, network requirements, network tools, local area networks, identifying network security threats, WAN links and Wireless technologies. The Computer Systems & Information Technology student will receive preparation for the CompTIAA+, Network+, and Security+ Certifications.

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Computer Systems and Information Technology

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The Computer Systems & Information Technology program offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills that prepares students for employment in the Computer/Network/Security fields. The course content includes computer hardware, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance, operating systems and software, networking fundamentals, networking protocols, networking media and topologies, network devices, network requirements, network tools, local area networks, identifying network security threats, WAN links and Wireless technologies. The Computer Systems & Information Technology student will receive preparation for the CompTIAA+, Network+, and Security+ Certifications.

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Network Support Services

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The Cisco Networking Academy offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills in configuring, administering, and troubleshooting LAN/WAN infrastructures. The program prepares students to take the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and CompTIA Network+ certification exams. It is designed to help students gain employment as a Computer Support Assistant, Network Support Assistant, Network Administrator, Wireless Network Administrator and Data Communications Analyst.

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Network Support Services

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The Cisco Networking Academy offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills in configuring, administering, and troubleshooting LAN/WAN infrastructures. The program prepares students to take the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and CompTIA Network+ certification exams. It is designed to help students gain employment as a Computer Support Assistant, Network Support Assistant, Network Administrator, Wireless Network Administrator and Data Communications Analyst.

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Network Support Services

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The Cisco Networking Academy offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills in configuring, administering, and troubleshooting LAN/WAN infrastructures. The program prepares students to take the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and CompTIA Network+ certification exams. It is designed to help students gain employment as a Computer Support Assistant, Network Support Assistant, Network Administrator, Wireless Network Administrator and Data Communications Analyst.

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Network Systems Administration

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The Network Systems Administration program is designed to prepare students for employment as an Information Technology Assistant, Computer Support Assistant, Network Support Technician, Systems Administrator, Systems Engineer, Wireless Network Administrator, and Data Communications Analyst. The content includes instruction in basic hardware configuration and troubleshooting; networking technologies, security, wireless networking, network administration, data security and backup, customer service and human relations skills.

The Network Systems Administration program prepares students for the CompTIA A+, Network+, and portions of the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) Windows Server 2016, including: Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016 (Exam 70-740) and Identity with Windows Server 2016 (Exam 70-742). Instruction and hands-on labs include VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization, using multiple virtual machines in an Active Directory domain environment, modern data centers, advanced storage systems, clustering, and cloud services.. The program consists of two online days(Mon and Fri), which include a live web-conference session with the teacher, and three classroom days (Tue, Wed, Thu) spent performing hands-on labs.

Candidates are capable of implementing, building, troubleshooting, and debugging a particular Microsoft technology. The certification provides employers with a means to identify those qualified individuals who have the appropriate skill set to do the job successfully. Once you pass your first Microsoft certification exam you will become a “Microsoft Certified Professional” (MCP).

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Network Systems Administration

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The Network Systems Administration program is designed to prepare students for employment as an Information Technology Assistant, Computer Support Assistant, Network Support Technician, Systems Administrator, Systems Engineer, Wireless Network Administrator, and Data Communications Analyst. The content includes instruction in basic hardware configuration and troubleshooting; networking technologies, security, wireless networking, network administration, data security and backup, customer service and human relations skills.

The Network Systems Administration program prepares students for the CompTIA A+, Network+, and portions of the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) Windows Server 2016, including: Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016 (Exam 70-740) and Identity with Windows Server 2016 (Exam 70-742). Instruction and hands-on labs include VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization, using multiple virtual machines in an Active Directory domain environment, modern data centers, advanced storage systems, clustering, and cloud services.. The program consists of two online days(Mon and Fri), which include a live web-conference session with the teacher, and three classroom days (Tue, Wed, Thu) spent performing hands-on labs.

Candidates are capable of implementing, building, troubleshooting, and debugging a particular Microsoft technology. The certification provides employers with a means to identify those qualified individuals who have the appropriate skill set to do the job successfully. Once you pass your first Microsoft certification exam you will become a “Microsoft Certified Professional” (MCP).

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Network Systems Administration

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The Network Systems Administration program is designed to prepare students for employment as an Information Technology Assistant, Computer Support Assistant, Network Support Technician, Systems Administrator, Systems Engineer, Wireless Network Administrator, and Data Communications Analyst. The content includes instruction in basic hardware configuration and troubleshooting; networking technologies, security, wireless networking, network administration, data security and backup, customer service and human relations skills.

The Network Systems Administration program prepares students for the CompTIA A+, Network+, and portions of the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) Windows Server 2016, including: Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016 (Exam 70-740) and Identity with Windows Server 2016 (Exam 70-742). Instruction and hands-on labs include VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization, using multiple virtual machines in an Active Directory domain environment, modern data centers, advanced storage systems, clustering, and cloud services.. The program consists of two online days(Mon and Fri), which include a live web-conference session with the teacher, and three classroom days (Tue, Wed, Thu) spent performing hands-on labs.

Candidates are capable of implementing, building, troubleshooting, and debugging a particular Microsoft technology. The certification provides employers with a means to identify those qualified individuals who have the appropriate skill set to do the job successfully. Once you pass your first Microsoft certification exam you will become a “Microsoft Certified Professional” (MCP).

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Software Developer

Web Development

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This program offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills to prepare students for employment in positions from Assistant to Senior Web designer. The content includes operating system commands and Web document development, design, e-commerce and promotion, and scripting. In this program you will learn to create state-of-the-art Web sites that can be seen not only on desk and laptop computers but also on today’s mobile devices, such as smart phones and tablets. You will be enabled to do this through learning: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat, Flash, Dreamweaver, HTML5/CSS3 JavaScript, jQuery, XML, WordPress, PHP, CMS, SEO, and Web analytic tools.

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Energy Industry

Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Maintenance Technician

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Power Generation Technician

Diesel Maintenance Technician

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Public Service Industry

Teacher Assistant

Early Childhood Education

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The Early Childhood Education/Early Childhood Professional Certification (ECPC) Program prepares students for employment within the industry as early childhood educators, lead preschool teachers, VPK teachers, before-care/after-care workers and supervisors, child development specialists, directors/owners, and family day care home operators. Included are the following major areas of training: child growth and development; health; safety; nutrition; behavior guidance techniques; child abuse and neglect; rules and regulations governing child care; community and environmental issues; language development and emergent literacy; lesson and program planning; implementation of developmentally appropriate practices for children birth through age eight; inclusion of children with special needs; interpersonal relations; communication; balancing family, school and work; employability skills; labor issues; entrepreneurship; and management and finance. Early Childhood Education is a Florida Department of Education Early Childhood Professional Certificate (ECPC) program. The ECPC is accepted for the Department of Children and Families Staff Credential. Students who complete the ECE/ECPC program are prepared to pursue the national CDA credential and are also eligible for nine (9) college credits at any state public university.

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Early Childhood Education

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The Early Childhood Education/Early Childhood Professional Certification (ECPC) Program prepares students for employment within the industry as early childhood educators, lead preschool teachers, VPK teachers, before-care/after-care workers and supervisors, child development specialists, directors/owners, and family day care home operators. Included are the following major areas of training: child growth and development; health; safety; nutrition; behavior guidance techniques; child abuse and neglect; rules and regulations governing child care; community and environmental issues; language development and emergent literacy; lesson and program planning; implementation of developmentally appropriate practices for children birth through age eight; inclusion of children with special needs; interpersonal relations; communication; balancing family, school and work; employability skills; labor issues; entrepreneurship; and management and finance. Early Childhood Education is a Florida Department of Education Early Childhood Professional Certificate (ECPC) program. The ECPC is accepted for the Department of Children and Families Staff Credential. Students who complete the ECE/ECPC program are prepared to pursue the national CDA credential and are also eligible for nine (9) college credits at any state public university.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Education

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The Early Childhood Education/Early Childhood Professional Certification (ECPC) Program prepares students for employment within the industry as early childhood educators, lead preschool teachers, VPK teachers, before-care/after-care workers and supervisors, child development specialists, directors/owners, and family day care home operators. Included are the following major areas of training: child growth and development; health; safety; nutrition; behavior guidance techniques; child abuse and neglect; rules and regulations governing child care; community and environmental issues; language development and emergent literacy; lesson and program planning; implementation of developmentally appropriate practices for children birth through age eight; inclusion of children with special needs; interpersonal relations; communication; balancing family, school and work; employability skills; labor issues; entrepreneurship; and management and finance. Early Childhood Education is a Florida Department of Education Early Childhood Professional Certificate (ECPC) program. The ECPC is accepted for the Department of Children and Families Staff Credential. Students who complete the ECE/ECPC program are prepared to pursue the national CDA credential and are also eligible for nine (9) college credits at any state public university.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Legal Administrative Specialist

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The Legal Administrative Specialist Program is designed to prepare students for employment as a general office clerk, clerical support staff, administrative support staff, and legal secretary. The content focuses on broad, transferrable skills in the area of legal administrative specialist including: communications; critical thinking and decision making; legal terminology; office procedures and practices specific to the legal environment; transcription of legal documents; utilization of advanced software applications; career research; the legal aspects of business and papers; and the development of high quality employment portfolios and job seeking documents. The Legal Administrative Specialist Program utilizes Microsoft Office and other software that prepares students for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Industry Certification.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Administrative Specialist

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This program will provide students with a variety of skills for employment in the medical field to perform administrative support functions. Students will prepare for a career as an Information Technology Assistant, Front Desk Specialist, Medical Office Technologist, or Medical Administrative Specialist.

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This program will include training in medical office duties that utilize knowledge of information technology, Microsoft Office 2016. medical terminology, medical office procedures including Medical Billing and Coding, Medical Transcription, and 150 hours of internship.

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Medical Coder / Biller – ATD

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This online class meets one evening a week in person. The Medical Coder/Biller program is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of health care settings as an entry level medical coder, coding technician, coding clerk or medical insurance biller. Coding is the process of taking a written diagnosis or operative procedure and assigning numbers used for billing and statics. The program covers ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS coding systems, CPT and HCPCS coding systems. Students are taught manual and automated procedures. The student will also be trained to prepare and file medical insurance claim forms for reimbursement.

The curriculum includes all levels of coding systems; computer adapted coding, legal and ethical responsibilities, safety/security problems, anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, pharmacology, disease processes, computer literacy and employment skills. Students participate in online internship during the last quarter of the program. Some credits are transferable to Broward College towards an “Associate of Science Degree in Office Administration (Medical Office Specialization) or Office System Technology.” Upon completion of the program, students should take a national certification examination.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assisting

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The Medical Assisting program curriculum includes the following major skill areas: interpersonal skills, legal and ethical responsibilities, health illness concepts, and administrative and clinical duties.

Medical Assistants perform many administrative duties, including answering the telephone, greeting patients, updating and filing patients’ medical records, an introduction to diagnosis and CPT codes, filling out insurance forms, handling correspondence, scheduling appointments, arranging for hospital admission and laboratory services, and handling billing and bookkeeping. Curriculum includes computer literacy and electronic medical health record practice management software applications. Clinical duties may vary according to the office, but can include taking medical histories and recording vital signs, preparing patients for examinations and procedures, performing venipuncture, electrocardiograms (EKGs), assisting with office/ambulatory surgery, administering medication under the direction of physician, collecting specimens and performing limited laboratory examinations. The Medical Assistant works with the office healthcare provider to care for their clients in a safe and effective manner.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Patient Care Technician

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This program offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills expanding the traditional role of the nursing assistant. Curriculum includes, but is not limited to, the following major skill areas: communication and interpersonal skills, legal and ethical responsibilities, wellness and disease concepts, safety and security procedures, response to emergency situations, personal patient care services and procedures, nutrition, medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, EKG, phlebotomy, computer skills, and employability skills. Classroom and clinical experience are incorporated into the curriculum.

Students completing the program can be employed as advanced cross-trained nursing assistants (patient care technicians), health care technicians, patient care assistants, nursing aides and orderlies, home health aides, phlebotomists, electrocardiograph aides, or allied health assistants. Graduates may be employed in hospitals, nursing homes, home health care and other health care centers and are eligible to apply for and take the Florida State Nursing Assistant Certification Examination – Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Examination. In addition the student can take the certification examination for Patient Care Technician.

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Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy Technician

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As a Licensed Pharmacy Technician, you can become part of one of the fastest growing careers in the medical field. Our training program is designed to teach students the knowledge and skills needed to work closely with pharmacists in retail/community and hospital pharmacies. In our program, students will learn how to assist in filling and labeling medications using a computer-based program, manage purchases and inventory, and maintain accurate medical records and patient profiles. Students will also focus on medication distribution systems, preparing unit dose medications, aseptic technique, and sterile IV’s under USP-797 guidelines. Clinical experiences will take place in both retail/community and hospital pharmacies. Graduates of this program are eligible to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE) and become registered and licensed by the Florida board of Pharmacy.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy

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The Phlebotomy Technician program is designed to prepare students for employment in a hospital laboratory, blood center, or other health care facility to draw blood by venipuncture and capillary puncture.

Students are taught safe and efficient work practices in obtaining adequate and correct blood specimens, labeling specimens, and transporting specimens correctly to the
appropriate laboratory sections.The Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines for HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B and other diseases are stressed. Upon completion, students are eligible for national certification.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing

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This program is approved by the Florida State Board of Nursing, which makes the graduate eligible to take the examination to practice as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). The content includes, but is not limited to: theoretical instruction and clinical experience in medical, surgical, obstetric, pediatric

and geriatric nursing; theoretical instruction and clinical experience in both acute and long term care situations; theoretical instruction and clinical application of vocational role and function; personal, family and community health concepts; nutrition; human growth and development over the life span; body structure and function; interpersonal relationship skills; mental health concepts; pharmacology and administration of medications; legal aspects of practice; Basic Life Support (BLS), computer skills, and employability skills. Students are introduced to the clinical area early in the program. Theory and clinical procedures are integrated into the curriculum to reinforce learning.

Licensed graduates may be employed in hospitals, extended care facilities, physicians’ offices, HMOs, home healthcare and hospice agencies, as well as private patient care. LPNs work under the direction of a registered nurse (RN) or licensed physician. LPNs may continue their education by pursuing an Associate of Science degree or Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN).

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technology

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The Surgical Technology program prepares students for employment as surgical technologists. Included are the following major areas of training: communication and interpersonal skills, legal and ethical responsibilities, anatomy, physiology, microbiology, aseptic techniques, patient care procedures, surgical technology procedures, patient safety, use and care of equipment and supplies, CPR, employability skills, and basic computer literacy.

The Surgical Technology program prepares students for employment in the operating room, central supply, ambulatory surgical centers, and physicians’ offices. Students are introduced to the surgical area early in the program. Students must be able to stand for long hours and work in an atmosphere that is often charged with pressure and urgency. Knowledge of, and experience with, aseptic techniques qualify surgical technicians to prepare instruments and materials for use at the operating table and to assist in their use with skill and dexterity. Graduates are eligible to take the National Certifying Examination for Surgical Technologists.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Professional Culinary Arts and Hospitality

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Love food? Train for a career in the Culinary Arts to become a cook/chef. The program covers Garde Manger (Cold Foods), Hot Foods, Culinary Baking, Sanitation & Safety, Nutrition, Supervision & Management, and Controlling foodservice costs. This program is accredited by the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation, Inc. Accrediting Commission and articulates with Broward College towards a Culinary Arts Management Degree. Students may apply for experiential credit if currently employed in a qualified food service position. Total hours each term will be a combination of classroom, lab and on-line work. Qualified students have the opportunity to obtain the ServSafe and Certified Culinarian Certifications.

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Contact Phone Number

754-321-5400

Address

5400 Sheridan Street
Hollywood, FL 33021
United States