Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Knoxville

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Bookkeeper

Accounting Assistant

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The Administrative Office Technology offers a wide selection of career training opportunities in the Administrative, Accounting, and Medical fields. Our graduates meet the constant demand for efficient administrative assistants, computer applications operators, and bookkeepers. Students will receive one trimester (four months) of training in general office assistant and one trimester in office software. In addition, students will choose an elective in either administrative assistant, accounting assistant, or financial services for their last trimester to complete their training. Administrative Assistant include practicum hours during the last trimester in which the student will be working in field to complete their training.

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Financial Services

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The Administrative Office Technology offers a wide selection of career training opportunities in the Administrative, Accounting, and Medical fields. Our graduates meet the constant demand for efficient administrative assistants, computer applications operators, and bookkeepers. Students will receive one trimester (four months) of training in general office assistant and one trimester in office software. In addition, students will choose an elective in either administrative assistant, accounting assistant, or financial services for their last trimester to complete their training. Administrative Assistant include practicum hours during the last trimester in which the student will be working in field to complete their training.

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Beautician

Cosmetologist

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The Cosmetology program provides the student with basic theory and clinical knowledge of the beauty industry through the use of approved textbooks, classroom instruction, and practical application with mannequins and live models.Upon successful completion of 1,500 hours of training, students are prepared to take the TN Board of Cosmetology licensing exam.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive & Hybrid/Electric Vehicle Tech

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The Automotive Technology program provides instruction in current methods of service and repair of automobiles. Students are taught the use of manuals and how to utilize available resources to assist in diagnosis and corrections of automotive problems. They are instructed in the proper use of equipment and tools. Throughout the course, students are prepared to take the ASE certifying examinations, which is offered twice per year in the Knoxville area. The Automotive Technology program is accredited by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence Education Foundation (ASEEF) to the Master Automobile Service Technology (MAST) level in all areas of training.

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Automotive Service Technician

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The Automotive Technology program provides instruction in current methods of service and repair of automobiles. Students are taught the use of manuals and how to utilize available resources to assist in diagnosis and corrections of automotive problems. They are instructed in the proper use of equipment and tools. Throughout the course, students are prepared to take the ASE certifying examinations, which is offered twice per year in the Knoxville area. The Automotive Technology program is accredited by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence Education Foundation (ASEEF) to the Master Automobile Service Technology (MAST) level in all areas of training.

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Automotive Technician

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The Automotive Technology program provides instruction in current methods of service and repair of automobiles. Students are taught the use of manuals and how to utilize available resources to assist in diagnosis and corrections of automotive problems. They are instructed in the proper use of equipment and tools. Throughout the course, students are prepared to take the ASE certifying examinations, which is offered twice per year in the Knoxville area. The Automotive Technology program is accredited by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence Education Foundation (ASEEF) to the Master Automobile Service Technology (MAST) level in all areas of training.

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Automotive Technician Apprentice

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The Automotive Technology program provides instruction in current methods of service and repair of automobiles. Students are taught the use of manuals and how to utilize available resources to assist in diagnosis and corrections of automotive problems. They are instructed in the proper use of equipment and tools. Throughout the course, students are prepared to take the ASE certifying examinations, which is offered twice per year in the Knoxville area. The Automotive Technology program is accredited by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence Education Foundation (ASEEF) to the Master Automobile Service Technology (MAST) level in all areas of training.

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Brake and Chassis Technician

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The Automotive Technology program provides instruction in current methods of service and repair of automobiles. Students are taught the use of manuals and how to utilize available resources to assist in diagnosis and corrections of automotive problems. They are instructed in the proper use of equipment and tools. Throughout the course, students are prepared to take the ASE certifying examinations, which is offered twice per year in the Knoxville area. The Automotive Technology program is accredited by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence Education Foundation (ASEEF) to the Master Automobile Service Technology (MAST) level in all areas of training.

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MoPAR

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The Automotive Technology program provides instruction in current methods of service and repair of automobiles. Students are taught the use of manuals and how to utilize available resources to assist in diagnosis and corrections of automotive problems. They are instructed in the proper use of equipment and tools. Throughout the course, students are prepared to take the ASE certifying examinations, which is offered twice per year in the Knoxville area. The Automotive Technology program is accredited by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence Education Foundation (ASEEF) to the Master Automobile Service Technology (MAST) level in all areas of training.

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Auto Body Technician

Automotive Refinishing Technician

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If you have a love for cars, a steady hand and an eye for detail, you might find a career in Collision Repair. The Collision Repair Technology is designed to introduce and train the student to analyze and estimate vehicles for repairing vehicles to pre accident condition. During the training students will learn how to operate hand tools, power tools, welders and shop equipment used in the collision trade. With this training; students will learn how to repair dents in sheet metal, repair composite materials, measure and pull frames, collision mechanical and refinish vehicles using spray equipment bringing the vehicle to pre-accident condition. The Collision Repair Technology program is a National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certified program and is approved by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence Education Foundation (ASEEF). ASEEF offers five certification areas in the Collision trade.

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Collision Repair and Refinishing Technician

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If you have a love for cars, a steady hand and an eye for detail, you might find a career in Collision Repair. The Collision Repair Technology is designed to introduce and train the student to analyze and estimate vehicles for repairing vehicles to pre accident condition. During the training students will learn how to operate hand tools, power tools, welders and shop equipment used in the collision trade. With this training; students will learn how to repair dents in sheet metal, repair composite materials, measure and pull frames, collision mechanical and refinish vehicles using spray equipment bringing the vehicle to pre-accident condition. The Collision Repair Technology program is a National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certified program and is approved by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence Education Foundation (ASEEF). ASEEF offers five certification areas in the Collision trade.

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Collision Repair Technician

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If you have a love for cars, a steady hand and an eye for detail, you might find a career in Collision Repair. The Collision Repair Technology is designed to introduce and train the student to analyze and estimate vehicles for repairing vehicles to pre accident condition. During the training students will learn how to operate hand tools, power tools, welders and shop equipment used in the collision trade. With this training; students will learn how to repair dents in sheet metal, repair composite materials, measure and pull frames, collision mechanical and refinish vehicles using spray equipment bringing the vehicle to pre-accident condition. The Collision Repair Technology program is a National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certified program and is approved by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence Education Foundation (ASEEF). ASEEF offers five certification areas in the Collision trade.

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Non-Structural and Structural Assistant

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If you have a love for cars, a steady hand and an eye for detail, you might find a career in Collision Repair. The Collision Repair Technology is designed to introduce and train the student to analyze and estimate vehicles for repairing vehicles to pre accident condition. During the training students will learn how to operate hand tools, power tools, welders and shop equipment used in the collision trade. With this training; students will learn how to repair dents in sheet metal, repair composite materials, measure and pull frames, collision mechanical and refinish vehicles using spray equipment bringing the vehicle to pre-accident condition. The Collision Repair Technology program is a National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certified program and is approved by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence Education Foundation (ASEEF). ASEEF offers five certification areas in the Collision trade.

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Non-Structural Assistant

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If you have a love for cars, a steady hand and an eye for detail, you might find a career in Collision Repair. The Collision Repair Technology is designed to introduce and train the student to analyze and estimate vehicles for repairing vehicles to pre accident condition. During the training students will learn how to operate hand tools, power tools, welders and shop equipment used in the collision trade. With this training; students will learn how to repair dents in sheet metal, repair composite materials, measure and pull frames, collision mechanical and refinish vehicles using spray equipment bringing the vehicle to pre-accident condition. The Collision Repair Technology program is a National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certified program and is approved by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence Education Foundation (ASEEF). ASEEF offers five certification areas in the Collision trade.

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Engine Assembler

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The Diesel Powered Equipment Technology program provides students with the technical instruction and skill development to enable students to enter employment in truck, construction, agricultural equipment, and other related fields as technicians. By working in the fuel injection lab and on actual diesel powered equipment, students are well prepared to enter the workforce after graduation. The Diesel Powered Equipment Technology program is accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF).

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Diesel Technician

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The Diesel Powered Equipment Technology program provides students with the technical instruction and skill development to enable students to enter employment in truck, construction, agricultural equipment, and other related fields as technicians. By working in the fuel injection lab and on actual diesel powered equipment, students are well prepared to enter the workforce after graduation. The Diesel Powered Equipment Technology program is accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF).

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Diesel Technician Apprentice

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The Diesel Powered Equipment Technology program provides students with the technical instruction and skill development to enable students to enter employment in truck, construction, agricultural equipment, and other related fields as technicians. By working in the fuel injection lab and on actual diesel powered equipment, students are well prepared to enter the workforce after graduation. The Diesel Powered Equipment Technology program is accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF).

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Diesel Technician Assistant

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The Diesel Powered Equipment Technology program provides students with the technical instruction and skill development to enable students to enter employment in truck, construction, agricultural equipment, and other related fields as technicians. By working in the fuel injection lab and on actual diesel powered equipment, students are well prepared to enter the workforce after graduation. The Diesel Powered Equipment Technology program is accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF).

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Truck Driver

Truck Driving

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The Truck Driving program prepares students to pass the Commercial Driver's License (CDL) test. The program includes instruction in Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, as well as, logging procedures required by DOT and the trucking industry. The course provides actual experience in backing, driving on secondary roads, interstate roads, highways, and city streets. Students may apply to the program without their CDL permit.

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Construction Industry

Welder

Combination Welder

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The Welding Technology program prepares the student for certification in a variety of welding techniques and processes. Students begin doing basic welding beads and progress step-by-step to achieve the final goal of pipe welding. Progression is monitored and mastery of each technique is achieved by a combination of classroom, individual, and text book instruction. Graduates of the Welding program will be able to demonstrate competencies in flame cutting, electric ARC welding, gas tungsten, gas metal ARC welding, and flux-cored ARC welding processes.

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Gas Metal Arc Welder

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The Welding Technology program prepares the student for certification in a variety of welding techniques and processes. Students begin doing basic welding beads and progress step-by-step to achieve the final goal of pipe welding. Progression is monitored and mastery of each technique is achieved by a combination of classroom, individual, and text book instruction. Graduates of the Welding program will be able to demonstrate competencies in flame cutting, electric ARC welding, gas tungsten, gas metal ARC welding, and flux-cored ARC welding processes.

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Gas Tungsten Arc Welder

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The Welding Technology program prepares the student for certification in a variety of welding techniques and processes. Students begin doing basic welding beads and progress step-by-step to achieve the final goal of pipe welding. Progression is monitored and mastery of each technique is achieved by a combination of classroom, individual, and text book instruction. Graduates of the Welding program will be able to demonstrate competencies in flame cutting, electric ARC welding, gas tungsten, gas metal ARC welding, and flux-cored ARC welding processes.

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Shielded Metal Arc Welder

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The Welding Technology program prepares the student for certification in a variety of welding techniques and processes. Students begin doing basic welding beads and progress step-by-step to achieve the final goal of pipe welding. Progression is monitored and mastery of each technique is achieved by a combination of classroom, individual, and text book instruction. Graduates of the Welding program will be able to demonstrate competencies in flame cutting, electric ARC welding, gas tungsten, gas metal ARC welding, and flux-cored ARC welding processes.

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HVAC Technician

Domestic Unit Repair

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The Heating, Ventlation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration program is an individual program that prepares students to work in a variety of jobs in the field of air conditioning and refrigeration. Students are prepared to troubleshoot, repair, and maintain residential and commercial refrigeration; air conditioning; heat pumps; humidifiers; and electrical and gas heating. Students also learn the fundamentals of electricity, electric motors, and controls. Graduates of the program will be able to install and braze refrigeration tubing, diagnose electrical problems; install duct systems; repair light commercial equipment; recover air conditioning and refrigeration refrigerants; locate and repair leaks.

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Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Technician

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The Heating, Ventlation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration program is an individual program that prepares students to work in a variety of jobs in the field of air conditioning and refrigeration. Students are prepared to troubleshoot, repair, and maintain residential and commercial refrigeration; air conditioning; heat pumps; humidifiers; and electrical and gas heating. Students also learn the fundamentals of electricity, electric motors, and controls. Graduates of the program will be able to install and braze refrigeration tubing, diagnose electrical problems; install duct systems; repair light commercial equipment; recover air conditioning and refrigeration refrigerants; locate and repair leaks.

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Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Technician

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The Heating, Ventlation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration program is an individual program that prepares students to work in a variety of jobs in the field of air conditioning and refrigeration. Students are prepared to troubleshoot, repair, and maintain residential and commercial refrigeration; air conditioning; heat pumps; humidifiers; and electrical and gas heating. Students also learn the fundamentals of electricity, electric motors, and controls. Graduates of the program will be able to install and braze refrigeration tubing, diagnose electrical problems; install duct systems; repair light commercial equipment; recover air conditioning and refrigeration refrigerants; locate and repair leaks.

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HVAC Mechanic Assistant

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The Heating, Ventlation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration program is an individual program that prepares students to work in a variety of jobs in the field of air conditioning and refrigeration. Students are prepared to troubleshoot, repair, and maintain residential and commercial refrigeration; air conditioning; heat pumps; humidifiers; and electrical and gas heating. Students also learn the fundamentals of electricity, electric motors, and controls. Graduates of the program will be able to install and braze refrigeration tubing, diagnose electrical problems; install duct systems; repair light commercial equipment; recover air conditioning and refrigeration refrigerants; locate and repair leaks.

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Electrician

Electrician Apprentice Class I

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The Industrial Electricity is a NCCER program that utilizes classroom instruction and lecture, individualized modules, and hands-on experience to provide the student with the knowledge to be a electrical apprentice or electrical maintenance worker. Graduates of the program will have a strong foundation in the basic principles of electricity, including motor generator principles; meters; testing equipment and instruments; blueprint reading and math; residential wiring; National Electric Code; and industrial wiring/distribution.

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Electrician Apprentice Class II

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The Industrial Electricity is a NCCER program that utilizes classroom instruction and lecture, individualized modules, and hands-on experience to provide the student with the knowledge to be a electrical apprentice or electrical maintenance worker. Graduates of the program will have a strong foundation in the basic principles of electricity, including motor generator principles; meters; testing equipment and instruments; blueprint reading and math; residential wiring; National Electric Code; and industrial wiring/distribution.

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Electrician Helper

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The Industrial Electricity is a NCCER program that utilizes classroom instruction and lecture, individualized modules, and hands-on experience to provide the student with the knowledge to be a electrical apprentice or electrical maintenance worker. Graduates of the program will have a strong foundation in the basic principles of electricity, including motor generator principles; meters; testing equipment and instruments; blueprint reading and math; residential wiring; National Electric Code; and industrial wiring/distribution.

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Construction Equipment Operator

Heavy Equipment Operator

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The Tennessee College of Applied Technology Special Industry Heavy Equipment Operator training is designed with the use of simulators for virtual training, applicable class online curriculum, classroom theory discussion and ultimately actual machine

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Pipefitter / Steamfitter

Pipefitter

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The Pipefitting and Plumbing Technology program is designed to introduce the student to various techniques used in the pipefitting plumbing trade: pipe fabrication and installation, blueprint reading and isometric drawings, measurement techniques, hand and power tools, cutting and prepping pipe, using a cutting torch, threading pipe, grooving, soldering, brazing, solvent joining pipes and installing valves.

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Pipefitter Helper

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The Pipefitting and Plumbing Technology program is designed to introduce the student to various techniques used in the pipefitting plumbing trade: pipe fabrication and installation, blueprint reading and isometric drawings, measurement techniques, hand and power tools, cutting and prepping pipe, using a cutting torch, threading pipe, grooving, soldering, brazing, solvent joining pipes and installing valves.

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Pipefitting and Plumbing Technician

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The Pipefitting and Plumbing Technology program is designed to introduce the student to various techniques used in the pipefitting plumbing trade: pipe fabrication and installation, blueprint reading and isometric drawings, measurement techniques, hand and power tools, cutting and prepping pipe, using a cutting torch, threading pipe, grooving, soldering, brazing, solvent joining pipes and installing valves.

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Healthcare Industry

Dental Assistant

Coronal Polishing (for Registered Dental Assistants)

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This 19-hour course is designed to teach current Tennessee Registered Dental Assistants the procedure of coronal polishing. This course is approved by the Tennessee Board of Dentistry and the student must successfully complete both written and clinical portions of the courses to be eligible to apply to the TBD to take the board examinations. Tuition does not include the registration fee to the Tennessee Board of Dentistry which the student will pay to the TBD after successful completion of the course.

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Dental Assisting

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The Dental Assisting program prepares students to become members of the dental health care team. The course includes didactic, laboratory, and clinical instruction. Students receive supervised experience performing procedures using study models, mann

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Dental Sealants (for Registered Dental Assistants)

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Dental Sterilization Technician

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The Dental Assisting program prepares students to become members of the dental health care team. The course includes didactic, laboratory, and clinical instruction. Students receive supervised experience performing procedures using study models, mann

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Monitoring Nitrous Oxide (for Registered Dental Assistants)

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This 5-hour course is designed to teach the RDA the knowledge and skills to monitor patients under nitrous oxide sedation following the rules and regulations of the Tennessee Board of Dentistry.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Office Information Technology

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The Medical Office Information Technology program prepares students to enter health-care facilities, such as hospitals and doctor, dental or chiropractic offices in a variety of positions. Students will be multi-skilled with knowledge of insurance codes, medical billing practices, electronic health records and medical office administration skills. Students will have a blend of classroom theory and hands-on computer laboratory training that will enable them to meet the requirements of medical information management. The curriculum includes administrative and clinical competencies. *Students must be 18 years old by the start of the class.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Nursing Aide (CNA)

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Nursing Assistant

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The Nursing Aide/CNA course is approved by Tennessee Department of Health. This course will prepare the student to become a certified nursing assistant. Upon completion of the Nursing Aide course, the student is eligible to take the CNA test administered by D&S Diversified Technologies for the Tennessee Department of Health. Passing the state certification test provides the student with the title of CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant). A student may be eligible for financial aid to pay the tuition for the Nursing Aide/CNA program. Employment opportunities include: Assisted Living facilities, Home Health, Long-Term care facilities, hospitals, and physician's office and clinics. Costs for books, state test fees, criminal background check, drug screen, and uniforms are not included in the tuition fee.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy

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Phlebotomy is a 49-hour course designed for Allied Health workers who need to learn the clinical skill of Phlebotomy. Students will review universal precautions, specimen requirements, laboratory policies, and vein and capillary punctures. Students will learn from practicing live sticks on each other. Additionally, graduates will be qualified for the optional certification exam offered by the National Health career Association (NHA).

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing

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The Practical Nursing Program is approved by the Tennessee Board of Nursing. Graduates will obtain a diploma in Practical Nursing and may then be eligible to take the National Council Licensing Exam for Practical Nursing (NCLEX-PN) used to obtain nursing licensure in Tennessee. Practical Nursing is entry level nursing. Graduates are prepared with the background and skills to give knowledgeable, basic nursing care to patients with varying degrees of physical needs. Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) work under the supervision of registered nurses and doctors. Positions are available in hospitals, long term care facilities, physician's offices, home health agencies, and in industry.

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technologist

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The Surgical Technology Program trains individuals to prepare the operating room, select and care for instruments, provide technical assistance to the surgeon and nursing team during surgery, and breakdown the room after the surgery. The program consists of four months of concentrated theory and lab practice, two months of integrated theory and clinical preparation, and six months of clinical practice.

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Communications Industry

Cable/Fiber Optics Technician

Fiber Optics

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Our Fiber Optics program covers three certifications in the course of one week: CFOT, CFOS/T, and CFOS/S.

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Manufacturing Industry

Machinist

General Machinist

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The Machine Tool Technology program develops basic skills in machine tool operations and provides experience on a variety of machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, computer numerical control (CNC) machines, and the CAD-CAM. Related math, blueprint reading, precision measuring, basic metallurgy, and heat treating are included. Graduates of the Machine Tool Technology program will be able to operate the lathe, milling machines such the CNC machine, surface grinders, and perform heat treating operations.

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Machinist I

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The Machine Tool Technology program develops basic skills in machine tool operations and provides experience on a variety of machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, computer numerical control (CNC) machines, and the CAD-CAM. Related math, blueprint reading, precision measuring, basic metallurgy, and heat treating are included. Graduates of the Machine Tool Technology program will be able to operate the lathe, milling machines such the CNC machine, surface grinders, and perform heat treating operations.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Industrial Maintenance Helper

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The Industrial Maintenance/Mechatronics Technology Program (IMM) is designed and managed to produce highly skilled individuals in the areas of mechanical and electrical industrial machinery repair. The program consists of Mechanical Training, to include numerous types of power transmission techniques, belt drive systems, chain drives, alignment methods, and also coupling methods. Students are trained in pneumatic and hydraulic symbology, operation and application. Student training includes basic electrical motor control, sensors, motor drives, AC and DC motor theory and operation and troubleshooting. The program ends with an extensive training period of Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) training, to include both programming and troubleshooting. As part of the IMM program training, students are exposed to a considerable amount of math.

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Industrial Maintenance Technician

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The Industrial Maintenance/Mechatronics Technology Program (IMM) is designed and managed to produce highly skilled individuals in the areas of mechanical and electrical industrial machinery repair. The program consists of Mechanical Training, to include numerous types of power transmission techniques, belt drive systems, chain drives, alignment methods, and also coupling methods. Students are trained in pneumatic and hydraulic symbology, operation and application. Student training includes basic electrical motor control, sensors, motor drives, AC and DC motor theory and operation and troubleshooting. The program ends with an extensive training period of Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) training, to include both programming and troubleshooting. As part of the IMM program training, students are exposed to a considerable amount of math.

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Preventative Maintenance Service Technician

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The Diesel Powered Equipment Technology program provides students with the technical instruction and skill development to enable students to enter employment in truck, construction, agricultural equipment, and other related fields as technicians. By working in the fuel injection lab and on actual diesel powered equipment, students are well prepared to enter the workforce after graduation. The Diesel Powered Equipment Technology program is accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF).

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Information Technology Network Support Specialist

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The industries relating to the installation, operation, support, and securing of computer and network information systems are ever-expanding and challenging fields that offer a wide variety of vocational opportunities to those individuals pursuing a career in this occupational area. In order to prepare students for an entry-level position in these occupations, the Computer Information Technology program has been developed to provide academic, hands-on, and valuable real-world training with the fundamental skill sets essential to those who strive to become a professional in the computer and network information systems industries.

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Information Technology Systems Support Specialist

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The industries relating to the installation, operation, support, and securing of computer and network information systems are ever-expanding and challenging fields that offer a wide variety of vocational opportunities to those individuals pursuing a career in this occupational area. In order to prepare students for an entry-level position in these occupations, the Computer Information Technology program has been developed to provide academic, hands-on, and valuable real-world training with the fundamental skill sets essential to those who strive to become a professional in the computer and network information systems industries.

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Data Security Management

Network Security and Cyber Defense Support Specialist

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The industries relating to the installation, operation, support, and securing of computer and network information systems are ever-expanding and challenging fields that offer a wide variety of vocational opportunities to those individuals pursuing a career in this occupational area. In order to prepare students for an entry-level position in these occupations, the Computer Information Technology program has been developed to provide academic, hands-on, and valuable real-world training with the fundamental skill sets essential to those who strive to become a professional in the computer and network information systems industries.

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IT Support Specialist

Technical Support Specialist

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The industries relating to the installation, operation, support, and securing of computer and network information systems are ever-expanding and challenging fields that offer a wide variety of vocational opportunities to those individuals pursuing a career in this occupational area. In order to prepare students for an entry-level position in these occupations, the Computer Information Technology program has been developed to provide academic, hands-on, and valuable real-world training with the fundamental skill sets essential to those who strive to become a professional in the computer and network information systems industries.

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Contact Phone Number

865-546-5567

Address

1100 Liberty Street
Knoxville, TN 37919
United States